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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 5, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Gi'cate and build sound, new economies Tivin goals for Department of WcJncidoy, April J, 1772 THE LETHBRIDGf KEBAID 31 1 nsion By GATtllY FAIKKA1RY I OTTAWA (CP) The pnrlmcnt ot Regional Kto- nomic Expansion under- taken tlic twin goals o! crcnl- ing iobs in depressed arens anil building sound new econ- omics there. In I he department's view, real progress is being made. Grilles suggest dcparl- ment is doiiiR mediocre work in creating jobs and almnsl nothing lo rest niciurc tlie economies of regions such as tlie Atlnnlic provinces. Sonic say polilicalry-tianiaging un- employment t i g u v e s liave sidetracked DRIWs n fi- term development strategy. Ij0st year, Atlantic De- velopment Council proposed reducing Atlantic imcmploy- ment to between four ami '1.5 per cent by 1981, creating jobs. In January, Regional Ex- pansion MJnislcr Mar- cliancl refused to accept Mich targets although lie approved of the council's gen- eral goals: rationalisation of primary industries, increased processing of nnlnral re- sources, more secondary manufacturing, and improved programs lo help service in- dustries. CAl.LIOD 'GIVEAWAY1 TJio Atlantic Provinces Eco- nomic Council said the rcjcc- t i o (i ''reinforces suspicions that DHEC i.s nothing more than n well-trained (jive-a way program Dial is extended or retracted according to the economic and pulitical exigen- cies of tlie moment." Conservalivo James McGnilh snicl DRKK has failed "lo put an end to the ad-hoc, Band-Aid approach lo regional development." "The program is badly ad- ministered. It reacts to politi- cal silnalions where it should be reacting on the basis of economics ami regional needs." Has high unemployment di- verted (.he department frotn its KonV of restructuring Iho economics of depressed "Thai ecilamly is a legiti- mate criticism." an official siiid, on tlic other hand, one could respond: 'Well, thp hell else could you TliL1 cabinet probably felt the department was the natu- ral not tlie only lead the tight against unemployment, lie said. Another senior official, how- ever, said he is not. sure Die deparhnenl lias ber.i given Ihn role of righting .short term, unemployment, 'flial ponl in- volml broad economic poli- cies which were not DUEL'S responsibilities. Mr. M AT 53 Hal Koacli, Jr., above, former president of Hal Heath Studios, died nt O.T in St. John's huspilnl in .Siinln Mojiic.i, Cnl, lie hail filtered llir hospital rtilfcring SIMPSONS-SEARS never means compromise, with a Kenmore Check out 12 great features lhat prove we never sacrifice quality for low price. 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