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Portage La Prairie Central Plains Herald Leader (Newspaper) - September 9, 2006, Portage La Prairie, Manitoba
The daily 5 graphic subscribe amp enter to win a 53�?� Panasonic a div Central Plains or sad shedding Light on suicide Many resources available in Central Plains Region to help those in need Page 13 Portage la Prairie news of. I Harvest update Man. Farmer Happy with crop Quality yields As summer ends 3 sports bringing in top fish a reel habit St Claude High Bluff residents win top prizes at fishing Derby 14 Portage la Prairie 5 Oakville Elie 6 Gladstone 7 Macgregor Austin 8 saturday september 9, 2006 year 18 no. 11mclvor fighting Ouer As chief former Leader confident decision to set aside election results will be overturned by Leighton Klassen Central Plains Herald Leader Sandy Bay first nation chief Irvin Milvor and four councillors have been ousted from office following allegations of vote buying during last year s election. The first nation will now be managed by Winnipeg based business and taxation consultant Meyers Norris Penny management services Ltd. The need for third party management comes after the Federal government set aside the results of ast year s band election held on sept. 8, 2005, following an investigation into allegations of vote buy ing. Earlier this week Indian affairs minister Jim Prentice reported some Sandy Bay members were paid to vote for the chief and four councillors a Edward Starr Angus Starr Herman Richard and Denis Milvor a last september. Quot we did t buy any votes Quot Irvin Milvor said in an interview on wednesday. Quot there Are too Many questions and our stance is we re still chief in Don t have the right to take that former councillor Denis Milvor also claims he did nothing wrong. Quot i did t buy any votes Quot he said in an interview following. But an order posted on the Federal privy Council office website stated Prentice is satisfied the findings Are evidence of Quot a corrupt practice in connection with the 1nac spokeswoman Margot Geduld said a band member filed an Appeal Between oct. 25 and dec. 9 of last year. Quot an investigation was done and there were corrupt practices Quot Geduld said yesterday. She would not release any other details of the investigation. Jennife Ithurbide communications offi cer for i nac said an election will be held on get. La but Milvor is not planning on it. He said his lawyers filed an injunction in Federal court against the election on wednesday. A see first nation. Page 2 Shannon Vari Raes Centra Plains Herald Leader Campground sing a Long Mike Featherstone right and Julla Van de Spiegle both of Winnipeg harmonized beautifully on sept. 3, while performing with their band empty cooler. The performance took place at Shady Oaks Campground located just West of Austin As part of the musical Windup weekend held in conjunction with Manitoba olde tyme Bluegrass society. Portage Toyota s n 1 -888-481 -9915 or ii. Self jul. C0 �?T07 Yaris 2m7 Nils it Cimex Zhi Mik umm available in Sedan amp Hatchback Auto trans a a Roomy Interior excellent Quality urn far atty 293 Bandi Lama far eely 388 a Midi s8 4c in Iju $9 9own Larry s music. Furniture amp appliances it ii a mattresses. Macgregor 6852442
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