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Monthly Archive


Welcome to our Archives page. On this page you will find totaly 94 of our articles broken down into Months and Years.

Snow, white Christmas, cold wind chill

Those in southwestern Manitoba who wanted snow for Christmas no longer have to worry after the mid-December storms.A Colorado Low raged, hitting western Canada and the US Midwest Dec. 11-18, on its wa... read more..

Cacti conservatory expansion on target for July opening

The International Peace Garden is hoping to build on the strength of their 90th anniversary and reopen a major part of their attraction in 2023.Like many areas, and likely more than most, the spot on ... read more..

Window art adds to outdoor festive decor

Michelle Wipf is the creator of the beautiful birch tree and cardinal window painting that adorns the windows of the Souris Medical Clinic and neighbouring Pharmasave.She started painting the Pharmasa... read more..

Yuletide celebrations make season bright in Boissevain

With the pandemic seemingly behind us, Boissevain was able to fully celebrate the coming of the Yuletide season and welcome back an old visitor last weekend.From November 25 to 27, the community held ... read more..

Big Daddy Tazz helps Tiny Turtle raise funds

A fun night in Boissevain on November 19 not only had a large crowd well entertained; it served as a key fundraiser for the daycare in Boissevain.Tiny Turtle Playroom hosted an evening with comedian B... read more..

Seven years of heart for Resettlement Committee

Although created as a reaction to one horrific event, the Boissevain Resettlement Committee has shown how a group can continue to tap into the compassion of an entire community.The committee has now b... read more..

Co-op says good-bye to plastic bags

As of November 8, single use plastic bags are no longer available in Boundary Co-op locations.Long a staple of retail, the plastic bag has slowly been working its way out of the system in favour of re... read more..

Cannabis shop opening in Boissevain

Experienced hands will be involved in opening the cannabis shop in Boissevain in the near future. Border Town Buds will be located in the former Red Coat Inn on Mill Road. The store is a 50/50 partner... read more..

Mini Mustang Corral move into new daycare

Nearly 20 years after its opening, a restaurant in Minto is now a daycare. The situation is changed but the building so many have put work into is still serving the community.On October 21, Mini Musta... read more..

Paisley Pockets opens with unique products

“I found people wanted to go out again, and go shopping after COVID. They wanted to try on the dresses and see what they were buying.”What was started as an online store has moved to “bricks and morta... read more..

Artist battling elements to create mural

It might take a little longer, but Desiree Devloo is determined to add to Boissevain’s Outdoor Art Gallery this fall.The Somerset, MB native, and current Calgary, AB artist has been working on the tel... read more..

Eddie Stackhouse, new FitStop manager

The move of Eddie Stackhouse and family to Boissevain might have an element of the unexpected to it, but it should be serendipitous for them and the community.The new manager of FitStop, the fitness c... read more..

Music Teacher Association big part of instruction in area

The return of live performances helps spotlight an important music organization in the area.On Thursday, September 22, Jerry Hu of Saskatoon performed an evening of classical piano in the Whitewater M... read more..

Street Fest

Although September 17 was cooler and damper than many might have wanted, the second Street Fest in Boissevain was a success.The event drew strong crowds for the many activities, mostly held on South R... read more..

Peace Garden marks 9/11 anniversary

Despite September 11, 2001 being two decades past, the impact can still be felt, and the results can still be seen at the International Peace Garden for those who wish to remember.On the 9/11 annivers... read more..

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