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Brandon Sun (Newspaper) - May 27, 1982, Brandon, Manitoba case WltiNIPECJ CP A Win nipeg woman claimed was fired for not accepting1 her former employers sexual advances was awarded in damages by the Manitoba Human Rights Com mission Marilyn re ceived a written apology f Enterprises in Manitobas first adjudication of sexual Last three months after she was dismissed from a Payfair Food Store opera by Huf to the commission thatshe had been subjected to gross sexual comments and advances from the stores managery Mike She said she was fired because she reacted negatively to Zieds ad which she called extremely humiliating and totally I feel good that I Huf nagel The reason I went through with it all that employers know that women arent allowed to be Manly lawyer for had argued in an earlier hearing that sexual harassment is not under the jurisdiction of the provincial Human Rights He said Wednes day that while his client had ac the matter had been blown out of My client fell into the error of having fun with his he adding if there had been real police would have been called I think weve reached thepoint now where employers have to be very delicate in their treatment of he Secretaries have been known to be offered drinks and dinners and favors by their em ployers without employers ever hav ing been criticized Adjudicator Paul Teskey said the act is breached when an employee is demoted or otherwise is penal ized for refusing D The provinces co n cessions f rqin Ot tawa on extra billing during I medicare talks I story on Page 6 I 1882 1982 May 1982 254 forces launch advance inland Spring is the grass is riz CP wirephoto The tulips near the base of the Peace Tower on Parliament Hill have reached their peak bloom and so has the grass surrounding Prime Minister Pierre Trudeaus plush rMontreal retirement inwaiting iinique art deed built irt 1931 by designer Ernest Cormier and located on the fashionable slopes of Mount isempty except for 3 looks it untended grass is now about a third of a metre Souris receives approval for unique sewage plant by LAURA RANGE Sun Staff Writer The Manitoba Water Service Board has approved a Brandon engi neers design for a unique sewage treatment plant in Bryan chief of ad ministrative and financial services for the said Wednesday the project was approved May 17 and now awaits Treasury Board ap Total project costs are expected to reach Souris will be the first communi ty in Canada to install the sewage treatment system developed by Charlie Hughes and marketed by Cowatt Systems of A model of Hughes upflow reactor underwent tests in Souris last win 1 Were terrifically thrilled about Hughes said in a telephone interview Its the begin ning of proving what Ive been talk ing aboutfor Souris has difficult sewage to treat and were certain we can treat it he The towns sewage is plagued by high levels of bacteria because of a cheese plant in the Depending on Treasury Board ap construction could be under way by early The Clean En vironment Commission has ordered the town to have a sewage treatment system in place by Under the proposed financing the town will receive ap proximately in grants from the province and another on a 20year McTaggart The implementation of Hughes system could close the door on a 33yearold problem for Removes nitrogen The communitys existing septic tank system has been in place since and although has continuously pumped high levels of bacteria into the Souris The town has sought a new system in compliance with a CEC order issued in The upflow reactor pushes ef fluent up through a natural bacteria Unlike the deepshaft system it requires no and it uses less space than the aerated lagoon system Used in many Manitoba com The treatment process is also proving successful in removing ni trogen from the something few sewage systems can We hope to market not only for but we think we can help industries with strong Hughes He said at least one other town has shown The treatment plants structure will be designed by independent con Poetker Associates Con sulting Engineers of C and C Construction of Brandon will build the Parts of the upflow reactor are patented by Cowatt of which both Hughes and C and C Construction are From APAFP forces have begunmoving out from beachhead at Port San Carlos in a bid to recapture the Falkland Islands from Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher announced But she refused to disclose details about the telling the House of Commons that too much dis cussion about timing and details of operations can only help the ene Her disclosure came less than 24 hours after Defence Secretary John Nott said that about British soldiers were poised to move out of the bridgehead they established on East Falkland island last The main Argentine garrison on the which Argentina seized April is located in the capital of there has been speculation that British forces might first attempt to capture two other Darwin and Goose Argentina earlier claimed it had the British bridgehead penned in after shelling the area and inflicting but the British said they were ready to break v In another a Lon don newspaper reported that 10 Ar gentine pilots had volunteered for a suicide attack on the Queen Eliz abeth carrying troops to the Falkland but that debate was raging among top Argentine leaders over whether to go ahead with the The quoting uniden tified said the pro posed bombing mission would go beyond the range of Argentine air craft a oneway a suicide Previously a number of British military including have praised the dedication and skill of Argentine who have been putting up the only effective re sistance so far to British moves to recapture the zeal for war testing 5 Defence Ministry spokesman Ian McDonald disclosed that the container ship Atlantic Con earlier reported was still afloat off the Falklands and may be McDonald said the ship had been hit by only one Exocet not two as previously and that some of the supplies aboard and even the ship itself may be Nine including the were lost when the Atlantic Con veyor was hit Tuesday in massive Argentine air A second the destroyer was sunk in Tuesdays the fourth Royal Navy warship to be lost in the con Asked asked about reports Brit ish forces had already taken Goose a settlement and airstrip 30 kilometres south of San McDonald replied It has been stated that the British forces will not hang Argentine troop strength at Goose Green and neighboring Darwin had been estimated as high as a high British defence source said only 100 Argentinians were now believed He de clined to speculate where others might have By about Argen tine including some of Ar gentinas most seasoned are deployed in and around 80 kilometres east of Port San the source Argentina welcomed Pope John Pauls decision to follow up his visit to predominantly Protes tant Britain this week with a coun terbalancing trip to largely Roman Catholic Argentina on June At the United the Secur ity Council voted unanimously to direct Secretary General Javier de Cuellar to try to arrange a Falklands ceasefire within a Perez de Cuellar complained about the vagueness of the mandate and its extreme difficulty but said the council can be assured I do all in my power to bring about Goose Green possible first targets West Falkland V Carcass Kinc Berkely Sound Cape Pembroke Rookery Bay art Filiroy iseul Sound hire rffn Sound ICPI Albemarle Falkland Islands MOVING OUT Ultimate British goal is of Stanley Port Stoph Summit the key v for economy PM OTTAWA CP The federal government will decide in late June whether it should take major new steps to stimulate the economy or dig in again behind its current Prime Minister Trudeau said Trudeau told reporters he can not offer any hope that the prob lem of high interest rates will nec essarily be solved at the economic summit June 46 of Canada and six other industrialized nations in He said possible counter measures will be considered after he returns from Europe in mid A special twoday meeting of the Liberal caucus has been called to consider economic initiatives and other steps that could be taken with the start of a new session of Parliament this Trudeau said there are many counter measures that could be including more government spending or devaluation of the dollar to encourage both of which he continues to he said no amount of new federal no new fed eral could get Canadas cus tomers around the world to start buying Canadian goods again while their economies are in disar The best way to revive the econ he was to create a climate of confidence at the sum mit in Versailles that the western leaders have inflation under con trol and that its coming On the domestic he re peated that unilateral federal ac tion to restrain wage increases in the federal public service is a possi bility even if the provinces wont agree to join But unilateral action was still not a Job sharing Wage gains gets boost spark fears OTTAWA CP The federal government has approved a major new injection of funds into its worksharing more than doubling to million the ceiling for this The which had been scheduled to expire also has been extended one year to the end of Employment Minister Lloyd Axworthy an nounced Wednesday in a speech to the annual meeting of the Mining Association of Unemployment insurance funds paid by workers and employers are used to finance the which is designed to avoid layoffs by hav ing employees work a shortened work OTTAWA CP A survey of 72 leading industries has found that wage increases of Canadian workers outstripped those of their American counterparts in every in dustry but one between 1972 and The Conference Board of Cana da released said the longterm pattern was only broken briefly in It warned that if the trend con there will be increased downward pressure on the dollar to keep Canadian goods competitively priced in world And the farther the dollar the higher interest rates have to be to try to attract new investment to prop up the INSIDE KMUI give me a price on those 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