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Monthly Archive

2024

Welcome to our Archives page. On this page you will find totaly 53 of our articles broken down into Months and Years.

Happy 50th birthday Tommy

  As Boissevain’s most famous citizen turns 50, we can look back on the years he has welcomed visitors to the community. Tommy Turtle still stands straight and proud at the corner of Mill Road and M... read more..


Deloraine honours Olympian with highway signs 

    The community of Deloraine gathered at the Deloraine School grounds on June 21 to honour one of its own, Ashton Bell. The Deloraine 2000 Club hosted a barbecue and unveiling of signs to be plac... read more..



Deloraine celebrates new Tundra Oil & Gas Aquatic Centre with sod turning ceremony and $100,000 donation

  The Municipality of Deloraine-Winchester hosted a sod turning celebration and barbecue for the new pool in Deloraine on June 14.  A highlight of the day was the presentation of $100,000 from Tundr... read more..

Successful Rally, 4-H looking to 90th

  With the annual 4-H Rally completed in Boissevain for another year, the organization is starting to look at a special anniversary down the road. The event was held on a Thursday this year, June 6,... read more..


Success story for active living facility in Boissevain, Three years in, Cherry Creek Place full

  Cherry Creek Place has developed into one of the best projects Boissevain has seen in its recent history. The active living facility opened in the summer 2021 after many years of planning, fundrai... read more..


Winter makes comeback May 24 

  The snow we did not have during winter came to us last week, the latest in recent memory. when we definitely did not need it. In what has been a wet spring, Friday, May 24 was supposed to have rai... read more..


Service levies to lessen impact of taxes with single mill rate in Boissevain-Morton

  If the province is determined to force a single mill rate on amalgamated municipalities, the council for Boissevain-Morton is equally determined to make sure its impact is lessened on rural ratepay... read more..



Fred Fox speaks on brother’s legacy on visit to Boissevain

  When Terry Fox was four years old, he tried building a pyramid with little wooden blocks. As his mother watched from the kitchen, they would fall, and he would build again. No matter how many times... read more..


Potholes and road maintenance on table for 2024 budget

  Although the where and how much is not yet settled, Boissevain-Morton is planning to pay much needed attention to the urban streets and rural roads in 2024. Living in our area might have certain b... read more..


Students build Peace Garden story boxes

    A new project to engage younger people in the International Peace Garden has already brought in students from Boissevain School. The Grade 9 and 10 Metal Works class has been working on story b... read more..


Recording studio opens in Turtle Mountains

    Build it and they will come. It is not baseball and “The Field of Dreams”, it is a recording studio. The idea is the same, provide the opportunity and the people will follow. Musician Robert Cr... read more..


A year of Milestones for the Recorder

  This year marks a very special occasion for this paper – in October, The Boissevain Recorder will celebrate its 125th anniversary. It is one of those rare birthdays many people can take credit for.... read more..


Missed the solar eclipse? See it again in Manitoba on August 22, 2044

    A partial solar eclipse was visible over Manitoba on Monday afternoon, April 8, when the moon slowly passed in front of sun. The eclipse lasted a little over two hours from approximately 12:50 t... read more..



Huys retires after years of dedicated service

It is hard to imagine how many lives a paramedic touches during their career whether short lived or long term. Bev Huys of Deloraine made a difference in many lives during her 26 years of service as ... read more..


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