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Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives May 11 1990, Page 1

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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 11, 1990, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday saturday. 50f total newsstand weekly Home delivered weekly save 350 weekly annually 1990 50 cents to scene with today s Herald ,tms73-ye.ar-cm hip roof barn was one of three buildings destroyed by the fire began at about 11 . Arid within an hour the Structure fire thursday at Farning co. Nine Ibi Ith of. Iad begun to Brumble. The Maze along Highway 5, was visible from Lett Ridge. Dave Maldaner who calves in today some distance. There were no injuries after Midnight another fire the barn was an irreplaceable landmark. He estimated the Bam would Cost started about a 500 metres away when Sparks from the Bam carried to a at least to rebuild. Two smaller bams were also destroyed Haystack. D ramp staffing Levels As police take Short la after their walkout began the Alberta 1 places inside the jail. Court of Appeal ordered strikers not to picket staff ice social workers and prison guards in Leth Bridge were still on illegal strike Little change in the situation from thursday. The social workers members of ape local 6, were on the picket line again today despite a court injunction ordering them Back to work. We re hoping some attempt will be made today at to the bargaining table said Barb Ferguson the local s assessment responsibility stays Federal Ottawa up the Federal government will streamline its environmental assessment pro Cess but will not be forced out of the assessment Field by provincial opposition says environment min ister Lucien Bouchard. The present guidelines of environmental assessment Are not Clear on Federal provincial co operation when it comes to joint assess ment of Bouchard said outside the commons. Need clarification. We know that. We Are working on this at the same people must not expect the Federal government to get out of the assessment of fed eral provincial projects. We have jurisdiction we have responsibilities we will fulfil Bouchard was responding to provincial complaints hat current guidelines in the Ottawa s Environ mental assessment review pro Cess. Known As Are creating confusion and uncertainty. Y recent court decisions have required additional environment assessment of Multi million Dollar projects in Saskatchewan and Alberta. Other provinces fear they May be next. There is continuing controversy1 and confusion about the Fate of the Rafferty Alameda the forecast Calls for a soggy weekend. Rain and Snow show ers mixed Are expected slur Day and will continue. Tonight s Low in Lelh Bridge will be 3, with saturday s High 7. For Complete weather de tells please see a4. Here and others at the Medicine hat co Fec tonal the injunction was not requested but Justice dam project in Saskatchewan and William Steyen soil said it was needed to ensure the a. Oldman River dam strained Lethbridge ramp Stalf sgt entrances or. Interfere with the situation remains unchanged and transportation of prisoners to indication has been Giyei As to possible Dura. Tion of the strike. It involves about 80 workers the situation did not interfere with the adminis in Alberta which Are affected by traction of Justice. The court decisions on wednesday Manitoba pre ._._._. Mier Gary Filmon said the current Ling Ness from again is the conc Lions workers and sat rules Are creating a Nighta Iare for she said there had been no direct word from a v -. Officers Are adequately staffing developers the Oiher Western Union of Fici Alsin Edmonton by any resumption spokesman Gary Kelly Dha Riler 6 he said the guards can stay out As Long As they Miers joined him in calling for of Man 3 of ape said thursday Cofres. Wish without an detrimental affect to the sys changes in the process. A members of locale including tonal staff Are looking for belter pensions Bouchard said he will table new co representative Carol Sekiya went to Edron. Salaries. If they choose to stay three to six environmental assessment Legisla rally thursday at the legis the government has of feed a then that s what they la Tion this wage increase Over two year while the Union is the guards want wage parity with corrections asking for 20 per cent. Workers Inether provinces government figures Jjck t want to say hoi involved ton for the Union rally thursday at the legis lature. Doug Shep Hotd communications director for the South Region of Alberta family and social services. Said fing situation m the Region there we re 45 off work and 64 on the Job Lethbridge correctional Don t want to say How officers Are indicate Alberta workers earn a year opt cd compared with Quiej Canadian average a s a. Nti government has offered

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