Baldur Gazette News, June 10, 1997

Baldur Gazette News

June 10, 1997

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Issue date: Tuesday, June 10, 1997

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Previous edition: Tuesday, June 3, 1997

Next edition: Tuesday, June 17, 1997

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Baldur Gazette News (Newspaper) - June 10, 1997, Baldur, Manitoba The Weather Tuesday Mostly Sunny Wednesday Low High The 6 199 1 if Extra Wide Circulation The GazetteNews will be publishing an Extra Wide Circula tion Paper on June 17th in order to help promote Baldurs Summer Solstice This issue will be mailed to Dont miss out on this excellent advertising opportunity 3rd fastest in province Jesse Janz of Baldur High School com peted in the High School AAAA Track Field championships on the weekend and placed 3rd in the final heat of the 100 His time was Regals game rescheduled The Baldur Regals game scheduled for Sunday against Wawanesa Brewers has been cancelled and rescheduled for June 17th at 7 Is Your Subscription Due to SOCD o VL Wa Q m D C IQ 3CD 2 r 03 D Er CO O 100 23 June 1997 50c per copy Taking a closeup look Baldur School children got a first hand opportunity to see a helicopter closeup as one from the forces base at Portage landed on the main ball diamond of Argyle Centennial Park last The pilot also took time to make a presentation to the children who found the event most interesting and Drinking Driving penalties to be tougher suspensions proposed for blood alcohol count Driving with a blood alcohol count of would result in new measures to continue enforcing Manitobas tough stance against drinking and driving under proposed legislation introduced in the Justice Minister Vic Toews and Highways and Transportation Minister Glen Findlay announced Research has shown that significant impairment can begin at a blood alcohol said This legislation will help improve road safety for all Manitobans and ensure that our laws and programs continue to discourage drinking and Under the proposed driving with a blood alcohol level of would result in an immediate administrative 24hour licence suspension and fee for Anyone caught driving while suspended two or more times in two years would have their vehicle impounded for 90 days a 30day increase from the previous impoundment Driving is a privilege and a necessity for many noted We are ensuring offenders are held accountable for their actions under the law through the privilege of their drivers Other new provisions proposed for the Highway Traffic Act include requiring a mandatory impaired drivers assessment for people who have two or more suspensions in three years involving driving with a blood alcohol count over suspending a drivers licence if an impaired drivers assessment or recommended educational or treatment programs is not completed and increasing fees for impoundments from to while fees for which are refundable if the appeal is rise from to Manitoba has a consistent and strong record in dealing with the seriousness of drinking and driving the ministers Canadas toughest legislation was introduced in 1989 and subsequent legislative amendments have strengthened the approach to drinking and driving The number of impaired driving incidents dropped by 45 per cent from 1986 to 1995 while the number of suspended driver offences decreased by 44 per cent between 5987 and Hoeppner and Borotsik win federal seats Liberals form majority government The federal election of June saw the Conservative Party candidate Rick Borotsik win the seat In the BrandonSouris He defeated the Reform Ed Agnew in a tight Borotsik claimed while Agnew received Liberal Incumbent Glen McKinnon came In a distant third with Jennifer NDP candidate received votes Rick Borotsik Jeff 225 and the Christian Heritage Party candidate Colin Jake Hoeppner In the Constituency of Reform Incumbent Jake Hoeppner retained his seat with a total of votes defeating the Progressive Conservative Party candidate Brian Pallister who received The Liberal candidate Heather came in third with while NDP Glen Hallick received Martin Dewit of the Christian Heritage 487 and Roy Lyall of the Canadian Action the Liberals kept half of their seats with a total of 6 the Conservative Party has one Reform 3 and the NDP It may be worth noting that only 66 of eligible voters cast their ballots on voting Editors Note We are endeavoring to get pollbypoll results so that it can be published In next weeks PUBLISHING IN OUR 100TH YEfiR 18981997 ;

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