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Beausejour Brokenhead River Review (Newspaper) - June 11, 1996, Beausejour, Manitoba The Brokenhead River June THE BROKENHEAD KIVED 73 Explosives Go Missing by Carolyn Anderson f T are stolen j ion detona Oakbank RC me of the stolen items ha There are i j major J V V f lA f warn workmen ifX ooming when they are repairl When struck by a tri Itoeygiveoifaloudbanging warn those near 7 Some of the explosives were recovered from Anola jBlementary School some were found in the school yard and icrs on the roof of the At this itis thought Choke our Chicken And the winner is at the Great Choke our Chick followed by The naked one Canadian Chicken Oakbank floating Anybrie information should contact their Local RCMP The CN police could i be reached for comment befdl Prix Evangclium Awarded to Food Bank Organizers by Carolyn Anderson A s we approach the end of the second the world reflects on the future and our Consistent with the The International Year for the Elimination of the Archdiocese of Boniface has presented three Prix Evangelium Awards to candidates who have spearheaded initiatives which seek to eliminate or reduce Through the Roman Catholic the arch bishop and pope are seeking to recognize those within communities that are working towards those The Boniface Diocese encompasses a large area including east from the Red River to Thunder Bay The Marys prayers council in Beausejour nominated Gerald and Pamela Hawranik for this prestigious Gerald Hawranik acted as a trustee for the Roman Catholic Church for eight while his wife is the lector trainer and coordinator for the Their oldest daughter is a Sunday school The Hawranik family has been very active in their The Hawraniks were recognized on the basis of their work with the Beausejour Food The Food Bank opened in 1991 and was the first rural food bank in North Hawranik said that in the Continued on page 5 Fact Finding Mission on Child Care Announced by Carolyn Anderson A fact finding mission of he provinces child care ystem to be headed by MLA of Marcel Laurendeau was announced last week by the Minister of Family Bonnie According to the the intent of the mission is to find ways to better service parents through increased flexibility of the current child care system and to better utilise resources currently in We already know the system needs to be more flexible to respond to parents work said Laurendeaus mission will explore these and other topics and Im confident his meetings in the community will result in better services for those who need These intentions are contradicted by a memo regarding 199697 treasury review of expenditure estimates of the Department of Family According to this government proposals are as follows size existing subsidized spaces from placements to m INSIDE Food Bank 5 Music for the Dairy 7 Mosquitoe 14 of regulated daycare According to the This requirement could encompass the elimination of regulated day care fees to allow facilities to charge what the market will of child to staff Existing ratios Infant 324 4 infants to one staff member Preschool 26 years 8 one staff School age 612 years 15 one staff The proposal A relaxation of child to staff ratios to provide more service per dollar of possiblity to change educational requirments for day care the income test to determine subsidy relaxation of visitation Proposal to reduce mandatory visits by Day Care Coordinator to each facility from four per year to one per Through June Laurendeau is scheduled to visit facilities and hold evening meetings in the nine regions of He is scheduled to Soldiers Run for Kids meet in Beausejour at the Beausejour Curling Club on June 27th at According to the Manitoba Child Care Association the government has told them that the only voices they are willing to listen to is that of the They request further that concerned or affected parties should contact LacDuBonnet MLA Darren Praznik at 268 The Eastman Regional representative of Child Greg Pierce told The Review he was not allowed to comment on this
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