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Monday, 09 May 2022 09:49

Cenotaph rededication June 4

In conjunction with celebrating the anniversary of D-Day, the invasion of Europe by Allied forces that was the beginning of the end of World War II, the Roblin Branch #24 of the Royal Canadian Legion will be updating the Cenotaph during a special ceremony in June. Seven fallen soldiers’ names…
The Sixties Scoop is another part of Canada’s disgraceful history when in comes to the treatment of Indigenous people. The Sixties Scoop happened from around 1960 to the mid ‘80s, when Indigenous children were removed from their homes and families and adopted or fostered to predominantly non-Indigenous families across Canada…
Monday, 25 April 2022 09:31

Local artist getting recognition

A locally talented artist from Tootinaowaziibeeng Treaty Reserve (TTR) is having her artwork recognized on so many different levels. Recently the Southern Chiefs’ Organization acknowledged Sikwun Reign Lynxleg as a talented multi-media artist. More in this week's Roblin Review!
Monday, 18 April 2022 08:46

Opinion

The provincial government on April 12 released its annual budget announcing a whopping $19.271 billion in spending in 2022, an increase of about 2.4 per cent from last year, or $466 million overall. As usual, spending on Health takes up a major part of the budget, about seven billion dollars;…
Monday, 11 April 2022 08:51

New summer market for Roblin

There’s a new outdoor market starting up in Roblin this season but it’s going to be quite a departure from the Roblin Farmer’s Market. With pandemic restrictions lifted, people are looking to get out more and businesses need the support. It’s expected that tourism will be on the rise after…
Tuesday, 05 April 2022 07:19

Hillman dancers return to the stage

With pandemic restrictions lifted, Hillman Studio dancers have returned to the stage. Recently the dancers competed in two competitions and are preparing for their year-end recital. Check this week's Review for much more!
Tuesday, 05 April 2022 07:18

Chamber holds AGM

There wasn’t a lot on the agenda as the Roblin & District Chamber of Commerce held its annual general meeting via Zoom March 30. Ten people took in the AGM including the chamber’s new office manager Lydia Steciuk who has taken over the position from Wanda Jordan. Check this week's…
Tuesday, 29 March 2022 07:41

Making scents out of memories

Even though some people leave the family home or farm to embark on a different path, they’re still rooted to where they come from and the atmosphere they grew up in. Former Roblinite, Dan Mitchell, has been able to embrace a passion to establish his Farmer’s Son Co. and still…
While Donor’s Choice canvassers definitely missed going door-to-door during the pandemic – with all the visiting and the fresh air – the committee has decided to stay with a mail drop campaign for 2022. “This decision was made prior to the government changes in Covid rules and regulations, however, for…