The Pas Local News Archives for 2022-10

Happy Halloween!

Today is Halloween, and while this holiday is about costumes, watching scary movies, and eating mountains of candy, safety is always a top priority.


Parents are asked to have reflecting lighting and glowsticks on costumes and check candy for any sharp objects. People in vehicles are asked to slow down when driving in housing communities.


Young adults who are going out without their parents for the first time should go with a group of friends.


From everyone working at Arctic Radio, Happy Halloween!

Body Of Doreen Head Found Thursday Night

On October 19th The RCMP received a report of a missing woman. Doreen Head was last seen on the 17th.


On October 27th, a body was discovered by the OCN Bear Clan Patrol and RCMP officials outside of The Pas, the body was confirmed to be of Doreen.


Opaskwayak Bear Clan patrol and local volunteers along with family members were instrumental in conducting a search and recovery effort that began on October 25, 2022, at the request of Doreen Head’s family.


The OCN Bear Clan Patrol, RCMP, Manitoba First Nations Police, OCN Fire Department, and countless others help search.


The OCN Bear Clan Patrol asks you to keep the family and friends of Doreen Head in your thoughts and prayers, a vigil will be announced soon.

COVID-19 Cases Are Down Again In Manitoba.

Manitoba public health reported 362 laboratory-confirmed COVID-19 cases for the week of October 16th to 22nd a decrease from 402 in the previous week. 


The Winnipeg region reported the largest number of new cases at 199 with the Northern health region reporting the lowest at 13 down one from the previous week. 


The volume of lab tests was on average 297 people tested per day a slight decrease from 304 in the previous week with a test positivity rate of 24 percent a decrease from 29.6 percent in the previous week. 


There were 100 hospital admissions a slight decrease from 103 with 16 ICU admissions up from 14 the previous week.  As of October 22nd, 78 percent of Manitobans have received at least two vaccine doses while 19 percent have received at least one dose within the last six months.

Electronics Waste Collection Event

Recycling all types of electronics has been on the rise for Canadians.

Known as E-WASTE, Recycling e-waste ensures the resources inside are recovered, recycled, and reused – reducing our overall carbon footprint and lessening our dependence on mining for new resources.


80% of Canadians have unused electronics at home. Electronics just waiting to be safely and securely recycled. We have the opportunity to make an environmental impact that truly benefits us all.


UCN is inviting you to an Electronic Waste Event.  simply bring your old electronics to drop off points at the UCN Campus in The Pas and Thompson on the following dates:


The Pas Campus

Thursday, October 27, 2022 – 8 am to 1 pm at the UCN gymnasium

Friday, October 28, 2022 – 8 am to 12noon and 1 pm to 3:30 pm at the UCN gymnasium


Thompson Campus

Thursday, October 27, 2022 – 1 pm to 3 pm at the atrium/foyer

Friday, October 28, 2022 – 1 pm to 3 pm at the atrium/foyer

Staffing is a Priority for This Health Region

The Northern Health Region Held Its Annual General Meeting Yesterday Covering The Year Ending in March of This Year. CEO Helga Bryant says they are working to prevent bed closures that occurred over the year due to staffing shortages….. 





Bryant also outlined lessons learned from COVID including the advantages of virtual care, the use of Primary Care reducing the need for emergency room visits, and the Region’s partnership with the provincial Shared Health are now aware of the challenges facing health care in the north.


She praised staff at hospitals in the Region for handling the challenges with the number of patients in emergency rooms and hospitals.  The Regions annual report is available by visiting

2022 Town of The Pas Municipal Election Results

The results of yesterday’s municipal election are in, and Andre Murphy will be the mayor of the town of The Pas for the next 4 years.


Murphy was elected with 722 votes, ahead of Jennifer Cook’s 424 votes.


Councilors elected include Gary Hopper, Trevor Lane, Carrie Atkinson, Trent Allen, Randy Manych, and Bill Ward.

There will be more information to come in the following days in regard to voter turnout.

Northern Manitoba Gets Equipment For New Hobbies/Potential Careers

North forge owns and operates the largest fabrication lab in North America located in Winnipeg, and now there is a “Fablab” running in Thompson Manitoba. 

Woodworking, metalworking, 3d Printing, laser engravers, heavy-duty sewing machines, and so much more is available for business looking at fabricating anything and everything.


Joelle Foster, co-founder, and CEO of North Forge has details on how to get involved





Shorty Glen, a Thompson artist, noted that new fur and leather sewing machinery is on the way, and they are looking at bringing in more equipment based on the needs of the community.





Glen also motioned the benefits to mental health being able to work and create things with your bare hand.

For more details on the North Forge “Fablab” listen to the full interview with Foster and Glen at the pas today at

The Pas RCMP Look For Missing Woman

On October 19, 2022, at approximately 2:45 pm, The Pas RCMP received a report of a missing female from the community. Doreen Head, 36, was last seen in The Pas on October 17, 2022.


All attempts to locate Head have turned up negative and police are concerned for her well-being.

Head is described as 5’2” tall, 119 pounds with black hair and brown eyes.    


If you have information, please call The Pas RCMP at 204-627-6204, Crime Stoppers anonymously at 1-800-222-8477, or secure tip online at

You Can Nominate a Teacher For a Special Award.

All Manitobans are invited to nominate a deserving educator for a Manitoba Excellence in Education Award.  The province is now accepting nominations for outstanding achievement by educators in five categories including teaching excellence, outstanding new teacher, outstanding team collaboration, outstanding school leader, and Premier’s award for excellence in education.


Nominations can be made by parents, students, school trustees, fellow teachers, schools, and school division administrators by the December 2nd deadline. 


All nominees must be educators who hold a valid permanent Manitoba teaching certificate and must also work directly with kindergarten to grade twelve students in a school setting on a daily basis.


More information and nomination forms are available by searching Manitoba Excellence in Education Award.  Each recipient receives 500 dollars and a framed certificate of recognition.

Monday Morning RCMP Report

On Friday morning at approximately 5:20 am, The Pas RCMP got a report of an armed man trying to enter the business, but the doors were locked.


After this, it was reported that an attempted robbery occurred in the parking lot of the same business when the same individual confronted a man in a taxi. The taxi was able to drive away, and the suspect then fled the scene.


Then officers were advised of an armed robbery that happened at 5:55 am involving the same suspect at the OCN Shell.


Kingsley Campbell was located and apprehended later that same day.

2022 Town of The Pas Election, When And Where To Vote.

Wednesday October 26, 2022. The people of The Pas can vote to elect one (1) Mayor and six (6) Councilors from the following candidates:


  • Jennifer Cook
  • Andre Murphy


  • Trent Allen
  • Carrie Atkinson
  • Larry Forster
  • Gary Hopper
  • Trevor Lane
  • Randy Manych
  • Jim Scott
  • Sandra Shapiro
  • Bill Ward


 Voting will take place between the hours of 8:00 AM and 8:00 PM at the following locations

  • Poll No.1 Town Office – 81 Edwards Avenue
  • Poll No.2 Roy H. Johnston Arena – 523 Smith Street

A resident of The Pas must bring at least one piece of Government Issue photo identification (driver’s license, passport, or at least 2 other documents that show proof of identity)


This Map shows better detail of the voting pole locations.

for more details about the 2022 Elections visit:


Access to Psychiatric Assessments Close to Home for all Manitoba Children

Amanda Lathlin, a member of  The Legislative Assembly of Manitoba(who represent The Pas), was able to present a Private Members Resolution into the house calling upon the provincial government to provide psychiatric assessments closer to home.


Lathlin said The mental health supports that are available across Northern  Manitoba are not sufficient. Access to psychiatric assessments has been far from universal, and because of this, children living in remote areas with mental health conditions go undiagnosed which can create a downfall in the child’s development.


Leading to poor grades and attendance in school,  the fear of being putting in the foster system, unemployment, financial problems for the family, troubles with law enforcement, self-harm, or sadly worse, suicide.


The best psychiatric assessments are only available in cities like Brandon and Winnipeg; making it impossible for families and children the help they need living in rural/remote areas.


Lathlin said she knows firsthand the outcomes of the lack of support, these force families into placing their loved ones in the care of the RCMP to receive medical and psychiatric assessment which is often involuntary on the part of the patient.


This issue has not been resolved yet in the house, as time expired on the day that I introduced it. The resolution garnered support when first introduced, and Lathlin will continue to fight for greater access to all forms of healthcare in the north.


If you have questions or concerns that you would like to speak to her about, please do not hesitate to reach out by email or phone:


1(204) 623-2034.

Kelsey School Board Meeting

The Kelsey School Division had a Board Meeting Monday evening.

Reports from Superintendent Cully Robinson stated the following,

  • Enrolment for the current year has increased slightly over 2021,
  • thrival kits to foster positive mental health are being used in grades 4-5,
  • staff is participating in personal development for indigenous learning, leadership, and literacy, 
  • KSD was selected to take part in a rural French Immersion research study being conducted by Universite de St-Boniface in Winnipeg. 
  • the agreement for KSD students to access industrial arts courses at UCN is being developed for the future.

Chairmen Vaughn Wadelius had more to say




A Zoom Meeting for Manitoba board chairs with MSBA officials will continue and participation by KSD trustee representatives is essential, Next meeting for MSBA will be in December.


No further updates on when the KSD board meeting will take place. For any questions involving Kelsey School Division call, 204-623-6421 or 

Ceder Lake Region Presents Zoom Meeting For Business's Ready To Sell

Yesterday morning Mike Pichlyk had an interview with Sandra Shapiro, Sandra works for Community Futures in Ceder Lake Region.


Sandra explained that 60% of Canadian small/mid-size business owners are 50 and over. The Baby Boomer Generation is ready to retire and 9% of the owners are selling outside of the family.





Community Features is Partnering with Darrell Goertzen from Venture Connect with a Zoom Meeting starting October 19th at 6 pm.


Darrell is a B.C native and has over 25 years of entrepreneurship and has helped over 100 businesses sell their property.


This workshop will provide guidance, expertise, and real-life examples of how to go about selling your business.


You will learn:

- Steps to selling your business in a way that works for you

- How to find the right resources when you need them

- How to avoid common seller mistakes.


To Register

  • Call Sandra 204-627-5452
  • Email:












William McCarthy,NYC Musician Stopping in The Pas.

William McCarthy is a Musician based out of New York, performing in NYC Bands Pela and Augustines, McCarthy embarked on a solo career in December 2016 after both bands split up, six years later he’s been touring non-stop.


Playing in clubs, podcasting about his love for travel, and writing a book about his career thus far.

McCarthy has been talking with schools, sharing experiences, and performing in shows around the community for a few weeks now.

McCarthy spoke about his experience in the north, and what he came to love about the community.




While at the station, MaCarthy gave an impromptu performance and some information about tonight's show.




The concert will be happening at the Norlite Hall this evening with McCarthy, with Patty-Jean St-Hilaire being the Opening Act.


The doors will open at the hall at 6 pm, with performances set to start at 6:30. The event is free, and is being hosted by the Pas Community renewal corporation.


Photo Image: RockShot Magazine



Look Ahead, And Look North

The community economic development fund along with Look North Manitoba is looking for your help when it comes to promoting tourism in the north.


They are currently taking bits on a project that would involve communities across the north, and the goal is to create promotional videos that would be 1 to 3 minutes long and include 10 to 15 photographs to be included with videos.


Videographers are encouraged to include music, voice-over, and any other device that may enhance the project.


The CEDF notes more than 48 communities across the north with the possibility to create as many tourism videos as possible.


Currently, bids are being taken for a project that would involve Thompson, Flin Flon, The Pas and OCN, Cross Lake, Norway House, and Snow Lake.


Information on getting involved can be found

MBCI Student Heads To Winnipeg For Music

The MBA's annual provincial honor band program (established in 1976) provides an opportunity for outstanding junior, intermediate and senior instrumentalists to gather for an enriching and inspiring three-day concert band experience. Manitoba students are eligible to audition for Manitoba's Honour Concert Bands. Students are selected on the strength of their recorded audition which includes several scales and two etudes. 


Hannah Karpan is a senior student at MBCI and was recently accepted into the provincial senior honor concert band. Hannah is the 2nd student from MBCI to be accepted into the Provincial Honour Band. She will travel to Winnipeg from November 3rd-5th and play alongside students from across the province.


Hannah had an interview with Mike on the morning show, to listen in, the link to our podcast The Pas Today can be found here:


If you want to know more about the Manitoba Band Association here's the link:

New COVID-19 Cases Have Again Gone Up a Bit in Manitoba.

Manitoba public health reported 341 laboratory confirmed cases of COVID-19 for the week of October 2nd to 8th a slight increase from 305 in the previous week. 


The Winnipeg region reported the largest number at 213 with the lowest number 15 in the Northern health region down from 17 in the previous week. The volume of lab tests was on average 284 people per day a slight decrease from 303 in the previous week with a test positivity rate of 24.1 percent a slight increase from 23.4 percent in the previous week.  There were 73 hospital admissions a slight decrease from 77 admissions and 14 ICU admissions a slight increase from 13 in the previous week.


Manitoba Health is now expanding eligibility for the bivalent COVID-19 booster vaccine to include anyone aged 12 or older. Adults may receive either a Moderna or a Pfizer bivalent booster dose. Children aged 12 to 17 will receive the Pfizer bivalent vaccine because it is the only one approved for that age group. It is expected to be at most vaccine locations by Oct. 24.

RCMP are Investigating the Sudden Death of a Woman from Flin Flon.

On Thursday, Oct. 6 at approximately 10:30 a.m., Flin Flon RCMP received the report from a member of the public who located a 24-year-old female in medical distress at the Phantom Lake golf course. Officers from the Creighton RCMP Detachment immediately responded as the area was in their jurisdiction.  


The woman was declared deceased on scene by EMS and has been identified as Tristan Jobb of Flin Flon. Her next of kin has been notified. 


An autopsy has been ordered and completed by the Saskatchewan Coroners Service to investigate the cause of her death. The investigation is still ongoing as police await the results of the toxicology and examine evidence gathered from the scene to determine the circumstances of her death.


Investigators are releasing the deceased’s name as they are asking the public to report any sightings or interactions with Tristan Jobb on October 5.  



Information can be reported to the Creighton RCMP detachment by calling 306-688-8888 or their local police service. Information can also be submitted anonymously by contacting Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477) or

Local Businesses Donate To Senior Programs Through 100 Grand In Your Hand & Snacks For Students

Arctic Radio and CJAR were able to donate $1000 to local Seniors' Home Recreational Programs this August & $100.00 in healthy snacks for kids!


Through the contest “100 Grand In Your Hand”, which ran through the summer on CJAR, sponsorship was collected to support a needed area of our community – the quality of life for our seniors.


After speaking with the workers involved in these programs, it was decided this donation would again be welcomed and needed. We also worked with Wescana Inn and were able to
provide healthy eating messages for families while collecting small donations.


Through sponsorships of these two initiatives, CJAR is able to deliver 2 x $500 cheques to St.
Paul’s Residence and the Rod McGillivary Care Home as well as purchasing $100 in healthy snacks.


The contest & promotion have goals of giving back and through the local business community;
this goal was realized again in 2022.
We look forward to next summer and plan to make this a reality again.

Michael Meyers Vs Jason Voorhees The Pyro-Musical

Taking Place at the AG Grounds, horror movie icons Michael Meyers from the Halloween series, and Jason Voorhees from The Friday the 13th series will take part in this year's Pyro-Musical this Saturday.


It will take place at the AG grounds opening at 5:30 with a haunted house featuring several local performers in costume.


The pyro-musical show will start at 8:30 and is approximately 26 minutes long.

The kinsmen will be in attendance to help with parking, and it’s being noted that parking on the highway will not be permitted.


Tickets for the event are available at Opasquia times, and kids under 12 will get in for free.

The Pas Fall 2022 Clean-Up Campaign

The Town of The Pas is taking part in a clean-up campaign before Winter hits.


Starting yesterday and ending this Thursday, October 13th. MEMBERS OF the COUNCIL & TOWN STAFF encourage all CITIZENS to take an active part in cleaning their property.


The following rules apply:


All yard waste should be protected from wind and animals and need to be placed in disposable containers (paper material). No bag tags are required.


Put contained yard waste at the edge of your property. 


Recyclables such as cardboard, newspapers, and plastics will not be picked up, and Twigs/branches must be cut in lengths of no longer than 4 feet, bundled and no heavier than 25 lbs.


Ashes, sod, dog waste, material from dismantled structures and construction waste will not be picked up.


for any further questions, The Pas Town office number and email are:



Get You Scare On, The Pas Escape Room Is Going To Be Spooktaclar

Halloween is upon us, everyone in The Pas is getting ready for another amazing day filled with Jack O’Lantern, Costumes, Spooky Movies, and enough candy to make a Dentist be in heaven

But to some Halloween will always be about Horror, people will go all out for Christmas, But some will take horror and kick it up a notch.

The Pas Regional Library is no stranger to Horror; there branding The Library will be making a Horror Escape Room.

Signups have already started but the Library is still looking for people to enjoy this horror event, here are some things to know.

  • Escape rooms will be 1-hour time slots between 7 pm-11 pm Fridays and 6 pm-11 pm Saturdays
  • Dates are October 14, 15, 22, 28, 29
  • There is no set number on how many you can have on a team but we recommend around 5 people per team for the most fun.
  • The minimum age is 14 and those 14-17 must have parent/guardian permission. This escape room is meant to be scary and will not be modified for younger audiences.
  • The Thursday before your booking all teams must make a $10 deposit to hold their time slot and each team member must sign a waiver. If by 6 pm Thursday your team has failed to make your deposit and submit waivers your time slot will be given to another team.
  • Call 204-623-2023 or email for more information and book your time slot

Save The Date, Municipal Elections Public Forums Begin Soon

The municipal election is coming up on October 26th, and the Pas Chamber of Commerce will be hosting public forums tomorrow and Wednesday at the UCN in the cafeteria.


On the 12th, you’ll have a chance to meet and ask questions to the councilor and mayoral candidates.


On the 13th, the forum will host the RM of Kelsey candidates.

For those that can’t make it, there will be an online option to attend through a Zoom meeting, the link will be available on the Chamber of commerce Facebook page.


Dan Quenelle, with The Pas Chamber of Commerce details voting locations.




Polls open on the 26th and will run from 8 am to 8 pm and advanced polling will open up on the 20th.


The full interview with Dan Quenelle can be found here.






Treaty One Territory, Manitoba – The Assembly of Manitoba Chiefs (AMC)- First Nations Family Advocate Office
(FNFAO) on behalf of First Nations children, their families, and First Nations filed a class action lawsuit to the Court
of King’s Bench against the Government of Manitoba and the Attorney General of Canada. This legal action would
be the first species to “off-reserve” children, going back from 1992 to the present day, who were apprehended by
Child and Family Services (CFS) and placed into foster care.


There are approximately 11,000 children in the child welfare system in Manitoba, 80 percent of whom are First
Nations and many of those children are apprehended off-reserve (61% of the children in care in the Northern
Authority and 75% of the children in the care of the Southern Authority were apprehended off-reserve.)


The legal action outlines how the failure of the child welfare system in Manitoba has principally affected three
groups: the children themselves, their families, and their First Nations. All three groups must be represented in
order to advance restorative justice and ensure that the tragic errors of the past are not repeated.
The plaintiffs seek the following:


1) an immediate stop to the discriminatory practices that result in the apprehension of so many First Nations


2) properly funded services for First Nations children now.


3) $1 billion dollars in compensation to First Nations children, families, and First Nations for the damage caused
by the child welfare system since 1992.


4) recognition that the well-being of First Nation children must be entrenched in First Nations laws relating to the
the well-being of First Nations children and families.


For decades, children in the foster care system have been prevented from learning their First Nation’s distinct and sacred teachings, receiving essential spiritual guidance, and knowing and taking pride in their true identity and


This ongoing practice sets up First Nations children to fail as adults, where they are disproportionately
vulnerable to poverty, homelessness, mental health issues, unemployment, illness, poor educational outcomes,
human trafficking, gang recruitment, and involvement in the criminal justice system.


“As our class action clearly states: Manitoba and Canada’s disastrous management of child welfare in this province
perpetuates a longstanding effort to assimilate First Nations children,” stated AMC Deputy Grand Chief Cornell
McLean. “In the guise of providing care, Manitoba and Canada have employed discriminatory practices to destroy
First Nations families and Nations. This action seeks to end the harm, together with compensation to help us heal
as a Nation."


The Pas RCMP Execute Warrant And Seize Drugs

Drug charges have been laid against two residents of Opaskwayak Cree Nation.


On September 27th, a group of police agencies along with the Manitoba First Nations Police Service executed a search warrant at a home on OCN.


Beatrice Mclaughlin, 28, has been charged with possession for the Purpose of Trafficking.  She is scheduled to appear in court on December 13th.

Leo McGinnis, 52, has been charged with Possession for the Purpose of Trafficking and several firearm offenses. He was remanded into custody.


Officers seized approximately 225 grams of cocaine and a pellet gun.

McLaughlin and McGinnis both face drug charges.  McGinnis also faces charges for several firearm offenses.

Police continue to investigate.

The Town of The Pas Is Looking For Voting Officials

The Pas is twenty-one days away from voting and electing who’s going to be the new mayor and the six town councilors.


Jenn Early, The Senior Election Official is looking for voting officials to volunteer for the 2022 Municipal Election on October 26th.


If you are interested or would like more information please contact Jenn Early at 204-627-1108 or

Home Routes Concerts Returns to The Pas And Is Asking For Billets

House concerts are exactly what it sounds like, a full concert with professional musicians located directly in the biggest room of your home, and is a fantastic way to interact with world-class musicians and bring together friends, family, and members of your community.


Before COVID-19 impacted the music industry, Home Routes presented over 10,000 shows in over 1500 locations since 2007.


When Canada’s provinces opened up to touring again, they're gearing up for another exciting season of concerts this year, and some are heading to The Pas.


Starting October two concerts will be held in The Pas in the near future. The First one will be held on October 22 in the Rotary Room at The Sam Waller Museum. Manitoba Natives Luc and Aidan Wrigley will be performing with their band Double The Trouble


The Next concert is being held on November 5th at Kelsey Community School, featuring Irish-born artist Cathy Johnson, she's bringing along an amazing crew of musicians from Ireland and a crankie artist.


Tickets will be $26.50 (Tax Included) cash and e-tickets will be accepted,  tickets for these concerts will go on sale October 11th at The Pas Reginal Libary and the money will be divided up to the Home Routes coordinators In Winnipeg, The town of The Pas, and the rest to the artist/bands


Home Routes is asking for billets for the November concert. 2 beds are needed.


To get in touch with home routes.


follow Cheryl Antonio on facebook and by email

Helen Betty Osborne Award Application Begins Today

On November 13, 1971. The Body of 19-Year-Old Helen Betty Osborne was found murdered just outside of The Pas. 4 men were charged and one was convicted of second-degree murder in 1987, and the case was closed by the RCMP in 1999.


Helen moved from Norway House to The Pas and planned to become a teacher, but her dreams never came true.


Almost 52 years later, the pain to some still remains but her legacy lives on. The National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation (NCTR) an indigenous support group for The University of Manitoba, Indigenous Chamber of Commerce, and the Winnipeg Foundation offers the Helen Betty Osborne Award.



The purpose of The Helen Betty Osborne Memorial Fund is to provide financial assistance to Indigenous people residing in Manitoba who are enrolled in post-secondary studies in Manitoba.


 “Support for Indigenous students through these scholarships is another important step on our journey of reconciliation. The Foundation is so pleased to support this awards program, relaunched by NCTR and ICC,” said Sky Bridges, CEO of The Winnipeg Foundation.


Awards are granted in the amount of $2,000 each. The Application portal launched today, October 3, 2022. The application deadline is 4:00PM CDT on October 17, 2022.

World Alzheimer Month Wrapped Up on Friday.

As the month came to a close the Alzheimer Society of Manitoba reminded families impacted by dementia or Alzheimers they are not alone. Over 23 thousand people in Manitoba currently live with dementia.  Senior Manager for Regional Services for the Society Liz McLeod wants people to be aware the Alzheimer Society is here to help them…..


“If they have a person in their life that has a diagnosis of dementia or Alzheimer’s that we have a lot of resources to help them with, a lot of information and support and this is sort of a worldwide effort right now as we try all over the world to coordinate our effort so that it really has an impact that population hears, the people that need the service and also policy makers and governments.  We’d like to keep this issue in the forefront that there’s a lot of people who are affected by this disease and that they really need to be making policies to assist in the future as the numbers go up.”


For more information or support you can call 1-800-378-6699, email or visit their website at


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