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Can your business benefit from immigration?

January 22, 2023 Roblin Review News Roblin Review
100th Meridian Immigration is providing an opportunity for business leaders and municipal representatives to learn how immigration can play a role in their growth strategy. The Immigration on the Prairies Virtual Summit 2023, takes place, Feb. 1 to 3, from 11…


January 22, 2023
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Clark rink wins Farmers

The first bonspiel of 2023 is in the books as 14 rinks took to the ice Jan. 12 to 14 – after a two-year hiatus – for Roblin’s annual Farmers’ Bonspiel. There were some very familiar faces in the finals Saturday evening which played out after the traditional…

New condensor installed

Oct 02, 2022 1457
Big news to report this week! The new condenser unit for the Roblin Curling Rink is up…

Successful season

Aug 07, 2022 1993
Three local ball players have enjoyed a very successful season suiting up for Midwest in…

About Us

The Review was not the first newspaper in Roblin – The Roblin Messenger and Shell River News began publishing in 1908 – but it has a long tradition of serving the community.

Its history goes back to 1912 when the first issue of The Roblin Review and Togo News hit the streets on Hallowe’en. It was published by owner-editor Herb J. Bowley. Bowley ran the paper for 27 years, selling it to Jim Thom of Russell in 1939.

Thom published The Review – the Togo News had been dropped from the masthead in the ‘20s – until his untimely death in November, 1952 but his wife Alice kept the presses rolling with the help of printer Johnny Jones.

Two Dauphinites, David H. (Harry) Oliphant and his wife Margaret – purchased the paper in 1954 and moved to Roblin. When Harry retired in 1988, it it was purchased by another Dauphinite, Robert F. Gilroy, owner-publisher of the Dauphin Herald.

After several years of corporate ownership, the Review became a Gilroy family paper again – and is today joined by its sister newspapers the Dauphin Herald, the Russell Banner, the Swan Valley Star & Times, and the Opasquia Times.

The Review continues to fulfill its mandate of providing residents of Roblin and district with news of their community and preserving that news for posterity.