Monthly Archive

2020

Welcome to our Archives page. On this page you will find totaly 27 of our articles broken down into Months and Years.


Municipality starts new lagoon process

Although much is still up in the air, Boissevain-Morton started the long process of replacing the community’s lagoon. On March 25, council held a public meeting to lay out their preliminary plans. As... read more..

Paterson announces leaving Boissevain end of April

While the community watches one of the company’s elevators come down, they are learning the other will soon be abandoned. A letter from Paterson Grain to customers this month explained that the compa... read more..


Theatre looking for volunteer help

Although operations at the Boissevain Community Theatre are going well, those involved are hoping to get some help and make a few changes inside in the near future. The theatre was constructed in 201... read more..



Generous donations help with Minor Ball year

Parents wanting their children to enjoy life on the diamond this spring will have one less thing to worry about. Boissevain Minor Ball started taking registrations for the 2020 season on February 21,... read more..


Prairie Soleworks latest recipient of health recruitment grant

Another community need has been filled by a committed professional with help from a longtime health committee. This January, Lori Sicinski launched Prairie Soleworks, a foot care practice. The longti... read more..


Young Minto farmer busy with committee responsibilities

Anyone who feels younger people are shy at taking outside responsibilities has not met Jake Ayre. The young Minto farmer recently took on his third major role in an agriculture-based committee. Two a... read more..


Remodeled gas bar and c-store up and running

After a lot of work and plenty of anticipation, the remodeled Boundary gas bar and convenience store on Mill Road looks as if it just stepped out of a Co-op commercial. The store was open and the pum... read more..


TMSD dealing with 2% drop in provincial funding

Turtle Mountain School Division is in the process of planning its finances for the next school year, as well as looking at longer-term goals. It is the time of year the division starts putting its bu... read more..


Boissevain decides not to compete in Communities in Bloom for 2020

For the first time in two and a half decades, Boissevain will not be participating in Communities in Bloom this year. The decision was made by the Beautification Committee earlier this week. Accordin... read more..

Winter Warm-up helps those in need

With an overwhelming response, the Mennonite Central Committee will be able to keep many people warm this winter. In their 100th year, the MCC held a special day on January 18. Called the Great Winte... read more..



Athletic Camp closing at Peace Garden after 58 years

After 58 years of summer sports programming, the Legion Athletic Camp will operate no more. The well-regarded camp located at the International Peace Garden announced it would not be running in the s... read more..


Assisted living reaches goal, next step – sign up

Southwest Seniors Housing has the start-up money in place. Now they need to know who wants in. The group working on developing an assisted living facility in Boissevain had a fundraising goal of $2 m... read more..

Western Archrib $40,000 donation puts assisted living closer to goal

A generous gift from one of the most important industries in Boissevain is helping to inch the assisted living project up closer to its $2 million fundraising goal. Southwest Seniors Housing received... read more..


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