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Winnipeg Free Press (Newspaper) - March 23, 2015, Winnipeg, Manitoba C M Y K PAGE A5 winnipegfreepress. com MANITOBA WINNIPEG FREE PRESS, MONDAY, MARCH 23, 2015 A 5 Gift Cards CITY WIDE DELIVERY 1445 LOGAN AVENUE PHONE: 204- 774- 1679 OR 1- 800- 874- 7770 • www. cantorsmeats. com N o M in. Purchase Required SHOP ONLINE NOW AVAILABLE! www. cantorsmeats. com We reserve the right to limit quantities. Any items on sale in multiples must be purchased in multiples to receive the sale price $ 59 99 $ 169 Country Meats Whole Leg Hams Picnic Hams $ 2 . 79 lb. $ 6.14 kg $ 2 . 49 lb. $ 5.48 kg Winkler Hams Whole Half $ 4 . 29 lb. $ 9.44 kg $ 4 .39 lb. $ 8.33 kg Prices in effect March 23- 28/ 15 HOURS: MON – SAT. 8: 00- 6: 00 Bagged Macintosh Apples Product of Canada # 1 Grade, 3 lb. bag ea. $ 3 .49 White Mushrooms Product of Canada # 1 Grade, 200 g. Tray 3/ $ 5 .00 Center Cut Pork Chops lb. $ 2 .59 $ 5.69 kg Pork Back Ribs lb. $ 3 .99 $ 8.77 kg Pork Neck Bones lb. $ 1 .49 $ 3.27 kg Pork Belly Uncooked lb. $ 3 .29 $ 7.23 kg Rib End Pork Chops lb. $ 2 .49 $ 5.47 kg Romaine Hearts Product of USA # 1 Grade Pkg. of 3 ea. $ 2 .99 Minute Rice 3 kg box ea. $ 8 .99 SAVE UP TO $ 5.00 Avocadoes Product of USA # 1 Grade or English Cucumbers Product of Canada # 1 Grade 3/ $ 4 .00 Kraft Miracle Whip or Mayonnaise 650- 890 ml 2/ $ 9 .00 SAVE UP TO $ 2.98 Dole Coleslaw or Garden Salad Product of USA, 12- 14 oz. 3/ $ 5 .00 Kraft Smooth Peanut Butter 2 kg ea. $ 6 .99 SAVE UP TO $ 3.00 Chef Boyardee Canned Pasta or Puritan Stews & Chilis 418- 425 ml 3/ $ 4 .00 SAVE UP TO $ 1.89 Klik Luncheon Meat 340 g 2/ $ 5 .00 SAVE UP TO $ 1.98 Country Harvest Bread 675 g, Asst. 2/ $ 6 .00 SAVE UP TO $ 1.98 $ 64 Meat Pkg Easter Special Meat Pkg 4 Lb. Lean Ground Beef 4 Lb. Pork Butt Steak 4 Lb. Chicken Legs 3 Lb. Beef Roast 4 Lb. Pork Chops 1 Lb. Bacon 1 Grade A Turkey ( Frozen 8- 10 lb.) 1 Picnic Ham ( approx. 5- 6 lb.) 1 Ring Garlic Sausage 1 Bag Fresh Carrots ( 2 lb.) 1 Can Cranberry Sauce ( 398 ml) 1 Pkg. Stove Top Stuffing ( 120 g) 1 Bag Potatoes ( 5 lb.) 2 Cans Vegetables ( Stokley, 398 ml) 1 Dozen Fresh Kaiser Buns 2 Pkg. Turkey Gravy Mix ( Clubhouse) 7 Lb. Lean Ground Beef 3 Lb. Beef Roast 10 Lb. Chicken Legs 10 Lb. Pork Butt Steak 6 Lb. Bacon 11 Lb. Sausage 3 Lb. Pork Side Ribs 1 Ring Garlic Sausage 5 Lb. Smokies Seasoned Beef Meatballs FROZEN 2 LB. BAG $ 6 . 99 ea. Bakery Counter Tha w & Serve Pies Apple, Pumpkin, Raisin, Blueberry, Cherry or Strawberry/ Rhubarb ea. $ 3 .49 SAVE UP TO $ 1.40 Green Giant Canned Vegetables 341- 398 ml, Asst. 3/ $ 4 .00 SAVE UP TO $ 1.97 Kraft Salad Dressing 475 ml, Asst. 3/ $ 9 .99 SAVE UP TO $ 2.88 Becel Soft Margarine 907 g, Asst. ea. $ 5 .99 SAVE UP TO $ 2.00 Boneless Pork Chops Center Cut lb. $ 2 .89 $ 6.35 kg Rib End lb. $ 2 .79 $ 6.13 kg Boneless Pork Loin Roast Center Cut lb. $ 2 .89 $ 6.35 kg Rib End lb. $ 2 .79 $ 6.13 kg Lean Ground Pork lb. $ 1 .99 $ 4.37 kg Pigs Feet lb. $ 1 .29 $ 2.83 kg McCain Superfries or Diced Hashbrowns 750- 900 g, Selected Var. ea. $ 2 .79 SAVE UP TO $ 1.20 Holiday Luncheon Meat 340 g 2/ $ 4 .00 SAVE UP TO $ 1.89 Green Giant Frozen Vegetables 750 g ea. $ 2 .99 SAVE UP TO $ 1.60 Coca- Cola or Pepsi Products 2 L 3/ $ 5 .00 SAVE UP TO $ 1.57 Dairyland Classic Yogurt Multipack 12x125 g gurt ea. $ 4 .59 SAVE UP TO $ 1.50 Kelloggs Jumbo Cereals 720- 1120 g, Selected Var. ea. $ 6 .99 SAVE UP TO $ 5.00 Cheemo P erogies 907 g. 2/ $ 5 .00 SAVE UP TO $ 2.38 Lucerne Ice Cream 1.89 L ea. $ 3 .69 SAVE UP TO $ 1.60 Hunts Snack Pack Pudding or Juicy Gel s 4x99 g, Asst. 4/ $ 5 .00 SAVE UP TO $ 2.96 Christies Snacking Crackers 200- 225 g, Asst. 2/ $ 6 .00 SAVE UP TO $ 1.38 Pork Butt Steak lb. $ 2 .49 $ 5.47 kg Rogers White Sugar 4 kg ea. $ 4 .99 SAVE UP TO $ 3.00 Purex Bathroom Tissue 15 Double Rolls ea. $ 7 .99 SAVE UP TO $ 8.00 Robin Hood All Purpose Flour 10 kg ea. $ 9 .99 SAVE UP TO $ 6.00 Pork Cutlets lb. $ 2 .99 $ 6.57 kg Pork Tenderloin lb. $ 3 .99 $ 8.77 kg NEW French's Squeeze Ketchup 1 L ea. $ 3 .49 SAVE UP TO 80¢ Kelloggs Waf flfl fles or Pancakes 280- 312 g, Asst. 2/ $ 5 .00 SAVE UP TO $ 1.58 Pork Hocks lb. $ 1 .49 $ 3.27 kg McCain Smiles Potatoes 800 g 2/ $ 5 .00 SAVE UP TO $ 2.00 Prego Pasta Sauce 640 ml, Asst. 2/ $ 5 .00 SAVE UP TO $ 2.38 Fresh S tr awberries Product of USA, # 1 Grade, 454 g ea. $ 3 .99 Ziploc Freezer or Sandwich Bags 50- 150 Count ea. $ 4 .99 SAVE UP TO $ 2.00 HOT FEATURE HOT FEATURE HOT FEA TURE Lean Ground Beef 10 lb. Bulk Portioned $ 3 . 69 lb. $ 9.44 kg $ 3 . 79 lb. $ 9.66 kg Kraft Shredded Cheese 340 g, Asst. ea. $ 6 .59 SAVE UP TO $ 2.40 Whole Pork Leg lb. $ 1 .79 $ 3.83 kg Cooks Leg Hams BUTT OR SHANK END $ 2 . 79 lb. $ 6.14 kg Rack of Lamb FRENCHED, BONE IN, NEW ZEALAND, PACK OF 2 $ 24 . 99 ea. Bone In/ Skin On Chicken Breasts $ 3 . 49 lb. $ 7.67 kg Prime Rib Roast Steak $ 6 . 49 lb. $ 14.27 kg $ 6 . 59 lb. $ 14.49 kg Whole Pork Loins Cut Only lb. $ 2 .39 $ 5.25 kg Whole Pork Butt lb. $ 2 .39 $ 5.25 kg HOT PORK PRICES HOT PORK PRICES Steak $ 7 . 59 lb. $ 16.69 kg $ 7 . 89 lb. $ 17.35 kg TBone Porterhouse CUT FROM AA- AAA BEEF Neepawa socials raise $ 15K for fire victims A fundraising drive in Neepawa has reached more than $ 15,000 for eight people displaced by a fire last month. Two benefit socials were held in the town Saturday, and unofficial tallies show at least $ 10,000 was raised. Ongoing Salvation Army donations have hit $ 5,000. “ It was an ‘ oh wow’ night, it went off without a hitch,” said Val Wilson, who spearheaded the fundraising efforts. “( It was) just an all- time great evening.” People from Neepawa rallied together, as well as residents from Minnedosa, Gladstone, Carberry and Glenella, among other communities in western Manitoba. The town’s Home Hardware store was destroyed in a fire Feb. 25, which also demolished the four apartments above the store. Wilson said the fire hit close to home for her, because she lost her own home to a fire back in 1983. “ Our babysitters were at home, my husband and I were working and they actually saved our most precious belongings, they took our kids out of the house,” she said. “ That was a long time ago, and it’s just something you want to do at some point in time… give back. We do what needs to be done in a community.” — Brandon Sun Water ban questioned THREE years after Brandon city council halted the sale of single- use bottled water at city facilities, one councillor is hoping to lift the ban. Coun. Vanessa Hamilton cited health concerns for the public as being behind her move. “ I understand the notion of being environmentally responsible and promoting our water because it is safe, but when you’re removing a healthy choice, and you’re not removing pop, then that encourages… more consumption of unhealthy choices,” Hamilton said. The ban was first put before council in 2010 by former councillor Stephen Montague, then president of the Brandon University Students’ Union. The goal was to be more environmentally friendly and promote Brandon’s tap water. The city passed a motion to ban the sale and distribution of bottled water, effective Jan. 1, 2012. No single- use bottled water is to be sold at any city- owned/ operated facility unless under extraordinary situations as deemed necessary by the city manager. Hamilton, who is a dietician, will raise the issue at the next council meeting. “ We drink too much sugar… a bottle of pop has about 17 teaspoons of sugar,” she said. While it is ideal to take a water bottle and fill it, Hamilton said people forget. “ It’s OK to introduce new policies and bylaws, but if something’s not working, it needs to be looked at and readjusted,” she said. Coun. Jeff Harwood was a councillor during the original discussions on the ban. He said he is open to debating the topic. “ We have to be flexible,” he said. “ Circumstances may have changed.” — Brandon Sun AROUND Manitoba A_ 05_ Mar- 23- 15_ FP_ 01. indd A5 3/ 22/ 15 9: 30: 10 PM

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