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Portage La Prairie Central Plains Herald Leader (Newspaper) - June 24, 2006, Portage La Prairie, Manitoba
Central Plains wow Glass muslims for info Call Kami Mclean 204 856 3704 dedicated Deacon Portage recognized for years of service to Catholic Church Page 12 Portage la Prairie new longtime teacher ready to retire Gladstone educator to pursue new interests la sports St. Claude shot Putter tops Field Macdonald brings track and Field Gold to school after much waiting 25 Portage la Prairie Oakville Etie Gladstone Macgregor Austin of. Includes tax saturday june 24, 2006 year 17 no. 52 duo vying for a mfg Stop Job a Chartrand Dumont outline Campaign platforms to members at Portage la Prairie candidates meeting by Angela Brown Central Plains Herald Leader Manitoba Metis federation inc a presidential candidates Are focusing on edit cation opportunities healthcare Access and land claim settlement during the current election Campaign. On june 19, they had an Opportunity to discuss the issues at Portage sport and cultural association Centre in an open debate. About 220 emf members out of a possible 1,250 in the Portage emf local attended the event. Incumbent David Chartrand Andy on Dumont Are vying for the emf presidency a position which oversees the seven regions of Manitoba or about 9,600 Metis members. Chartrand has been president since 1997 and has sat on the Board of directors since 1988. The 46 year old has two children Ages 22 and 23. Originally from Duck Lake he has lived in Winnipeg for More than 20 years. Just prior to the Portage meeting Chartrand said be wants to continue to work on improving health care Access for Metis people. Quot we get Calls coining in saying m have to take my dialysis in Winnipeg and i Don t have Money to get there. I Don t have Money for food Quot senior citizens Are very limited in Cash flow so we re starting on establishing resources for that. Quot i think that s so essential that we look at having a health care plan for our people Quot he said before the debate. Chartrand also wants issues surrounding 560,000 hectares in Manitoba land claims which Are before the courts to finally be resolved. Quot the m6tis lost their land because of the actions of gov emment Quot he said. Dumont was emf past president from 1984-93. He was also lieutenant governor of Manitoba from 1993-99. Born in St. Laurent Dumont currently lives in Winnipeg. The 55 year old has three children Ages 22, 24 and 25. A see Dumont Page 2 Fawn Kaupert Centra maim her Aid Leader farm fatality emergency services personnel attempt to Rescue a 77-year-old Winkler Man who became pinned under the front Axle of a Combine on a farm Southeast of Newton on wednesday. Portage la Prairie ramp said the victim whose name was not released by press time was pronounced dead at the scene. \tsrreojooch6 the Igor do&6c Caka Aua amp a Mau Pac u Porchas Feist 18,995 a in pcs a 3 31180 he v6 engine a Armata to swim amp my am a am pm stereo Ante co player 4 4 speakers a j passenger swung a dual sliding passenger doors a Sesi fuel consumption City Nitsa s Star front Impact 12 2u10q Tan 23 mpg toy 87l/100 pm 34 mpg Highway u wast a phone 857-3458 or toll free 1-888-284-9914 hours Opan s to s Mon. Thai fun. A Sot. From 9 to 5 Snow. Ports Gocher Paior. Ca email Salsa q ports a Chryal a. Coni
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