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Baldur Gazette News (Newspaper) - March 11, 1997, Baldur, Manitoba March 1997 Manitoba Manitoba to build on its success in job creation Manitoba will build on its success in job creation and economic development that saw close to people join the workforce in the past Lieutenant Governor Yvon Dumont said in the speech from the throne With restored fiscal stability we have set our economy on a solid and sustainable path opening new opportunities for jobs and said the We must stay on the path we have set as we continue to adapt and to target new The speech noted that Manitobas framework for growth a balanced a competitive tax an innovative economic fair social policy and strong quality of life has improved confidence and bolstered economic This has led to the creation of net new jobs in the past the largest increase in Along with establishing a solid framework for job the province has launched targeted employment programs such as the Employment First strategy and the welfare reform initiative to help people get back into the We know Manitobans want to work and we are creating an environment that will help people become the speech We want to invest in their future to break the cycle of dependency and allow Manitobans to reach their full Employer and community partnerships have led to the creation of new initiatives like the Taking Charge program that will assist 600 single parents to enter the workforce by acquiring new My government will be announcing a new initiative to place unemployed Aboriginal high and university graduates into the private and public sector by encouraging employers to commit to a number of entry level portions each the speech This program will be in by the provincial and federal Another step in securing economic progress and WEEKLIES Poor turnout Only three people turned up for the Roblin Agricultural Society Meeting leaving those present wondering how long the society can continue to Hogs Is Beautiful The new Hogs Is Beautiful facility near Souris held an open house for the public on February Due to the chance of disease this is the only time visitors will be allowed to be in the 1600 sow Hogs at Hartney A group in Hartney is well on its way to establishing a feed mill and hog barn in the towns old UGG grain The which could cost up to might have hogs by the Provincial cuts Privatization of work on public downloading of responsibilities and making larger work districts are among the reasons given for the decision to close the highways department shops at Deloraine on June Workers hope to use their seniority to land a job at the Boissevain Snowmobile route A delegation appeared before Killarney Town Council asking that a route be established allowing snowmobiles to travel into town between the hours of 7 and 11 Council have decided to prepare a draft bylaw allowing access on a few Station to be restored The La Riviere CP station is going to be The Archibald Historical Museum with assistance from the government will be in charge of the independence for First Nations communities involves the prompt settlement of Northern Flood Agreement claims and finalizing Treaty Land Entitlement TIE As Manitobas unemployment rate continues to and more Manitobans are working than ever our youth have the option of staying in their home province for their future career the speech In addition to strong employment the speech pointed to several such as increased private capital investment building manufacturing retail sales and exports that show Manitobas economy is growing at almost twice the national Noting small business continues to be a leader in job the speech indicated the province will continue to build partnerships with business related groups and associations to ensure proper educational tools are available and accessible for business Manitoba is home to small businesses and self employed More than onethird of the provinces workforce is employed in firms with less than 50 and small business accounts for over billion or 28 per cent of Manitobas total The speech also mentioned the impressive rural economic growth that ranks among the best in the pointing to diversification efforts in agriculture and the agrifood My government continue to support the efforts of all rural Manitobans by intensifying efforts to ensure the availability of program support for rural small business individuals and Hog potato production and new crops and nontraditional livestock have all experienced phenomenal as producers in our province respond to massive changes in transportation and and seize emerging the speech The speech also confirmed the provinces support of private sector efforts to establish Winnipeg as a global hub for multimodal transportation and logistics services through initiatives such as Our goal is to increase economic activity and jobs in Manitoba through maximizing transport efficiency and facilitating economic linkages along this historic trade corridor in the heartland of our the speech The speech listed several provincial initiatives and priorities the province will pursue in the new such as signing a oneyear agreement to top up the current National Infrastructure with a view to establishing a longterm national infrastructure program promoting the MidContinent Trade and Transportation Corridor Initiative to support the movement of Manitoba goods and services to new and expanding markets developing strong trade ties with the emerging markets of South Ukraine and Asia continuing to implement the 1994 Agreement on Internal extending the provisions to include other public sector and their procurement expanding Manitobas economic and cultural relationships in the Americas through the promotion of the 1999 Pan American Games supporting new initiatives through a provincial tourism including the development of regional plans through grassroots consultation and continuing to attract new companies and investment in the development of Manitobas rich gas and mining The speech noted 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