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Winnipeg Free Press (Newspaper) - April 10, 1990, Winnipeg, Manitoba Focus bizarre behaviour Alberta tories give Meech Lake big vote of Confidence Tempo eternal Beauty makeup technique turns clock Back on aging face sports play Ball Toronto Blue Montreal expos both opening Day losers Winnipeg free press Clear tonight 9 sunny tomorrow 4 second cuss mail registration number 0286 1990 Sun rises sets Moon rises sets outside Winnipeg weekly Home delivery in Winnipeg outside Winnipeg r main switchboard 9439331 Home delivery 957o550 classified 9562330 two million say no to get As commons readies for vote staff up More than two million canadians said no to the goods and services tax yester but 141 tory maps said yes and the controversial tax moved within a Days debate of passage in the More than Manitoban added their voices to the nationwide chorus of displeasure As the pro Canada network counted nearly million Voles in a referendum style Campaign against the Tony who Heads the umbrella organization for churches and social lobby said those results mean the fight against the tax and for tax Reform based on Peoples ability to pay is far from i just dont see How anybody can ignore this kind of he i feel Manitoba federation of labor president Susan har Kulbaba said last night As polling stations scattered across the province phoned in the results of the vote to the Union Centre on Portage people were so positive about this i feel har Kulbaba we see commons Page 5 Dallas Schweder counts suspect obtains secret police file Al fed up officer leaked documents by Paul Wiecek confidential police documents relating to the investigation of the bombing of a Winnipeg tax auditors House were turned Over to the departments prime suspect by a police officer last according to the Elwyn David provided copies of the leaked documents to the free or cos Friday morning just hours before officers arrested him at his Erin Street Metal shop and charged him with attempted murder in the May bombing of a fort Garry Home owned by Wayne a Revenue Canada Audi Evans said a senior officer in the Winnipeg police crime division gave him the documents late last summer because he had become fed up with the departments they screwed him around and me so he just finally packed it Evans noting the officer see leak Page 4 bombing charges Laid Winnipeg police have charged a Man in the bombing of a tax auditors House last acting crime Ron Dawson said yesterday Elwyn David of Romamo was arrested and charged with attempted causing injury with intent and unlawful Possession of Dawson said the arrest climaxed a 10month investigation which began in the Early hours of May when police were called to investigate an explosion at 17 Hadley Home of Wayne a special investigator with Revenue his wife and four children escaped without but the which police believe was caused by a Claymore caused an estimated damage to the Dawson said police had a suspect from Day but did not Lay charges until now because forensic tests done at the scene were not completed until the Case was referred to the Crown attorneys office which authorized charges he owner of a metalworking shop on Erin was arrested at his shop Friday afternoon and charged in the Dawson Evans said in an interview that he was detained overnight and released on bail the next Brenda Revenue Canada said neither Pouteau nor the department have any com ment to make on the Scarcella confirmed no charges under the income tax act have Ever been Laid against but she refused to confirm reports he was the subject of an investigation by Pouteau just before the Evans denied any wrongdoing and charged he has been harassed by police for the last he said he has filed complaints with the ramp in connection with a search of his Home for tax ramp assistant commissioner Dale Henry said yesterday a total of eight complaints were filed with the Force by Evans regarding the but All were dismissed As free press Evans displays his scarred wrists which he says he slashed after being charged canadians opting for singles life Senate Reform touted to save by Bob Cox the Canadian press Ottawa Young canadians Are losing interest Iii living women Arent having enough babies to replace the and the country future growth depends increasingly on Immi especially from that the paint numbers portrait drawn in a review of society released yesterday by statistics Canada the report details the some sudden and some almost that Are shaping the Canada is 1 would Rathi r said Jean who put together the report filled with number charts and percentage compari sons that not really that some of the most sudden changes Are happening in markedly fewer people live As couples and those who do Are opting for arrange ments More casual than in compared with there was a smaller percentage of couples in every age group except the Over 65 the number of people aged 2024 who opted to live together fell by 25 per those do find a partner Are More Likely to spurn marriage for a common Law especially in the half million people living common Law in Canada in 1986 represented a 38 per cent increase Over five years one in seven Quebec couples now live Dumas said changing attitudes May be the As common Law relationships constitutional Accord must be passed without Mckenna tells commons by John Douglas Winnipeg free press Ottawa guaranteeing provincial equally in a reformed Senate could be the key to resolving the Meech Lake sources familiar with a proposal being drafted for Western premiers the recommendation is one of several being offered in a smorgasbord of proposals in a working paper for Western pre Miers being prepared by a team of eight Bureau the report is to be presented to the Western pre Miers this weekend for their consideration Over the easter the team of officials representing the four provinces has been working for weeks to resolve differences Over the Meech Lake with time running sources from three of the four provinces suggest ironclad assurances of a so called triple Senate equal and effective Are impossible before june during Days of facet face the officials worked on a proposal that would ensure provincial Equality in a reformed Senate if accepted by the four premiers next week Dur ing a conference the plan could be unveiled at a see West Page 4 Mccrae replaces police watchdog by Ruth Teichroeb Justice minister Jim Mccrae confirmed last night that the entire Board of the controversial Law enforcement review Agency has been re its time for a Mccrae said in a Telephone interview from its certainly not for any negative but in order to give the Board a new we plan to change the several resignations by previous Board members combined with the fact the Board was appointed five years ago by the new democratic party led to the he the former nip government set up lera to provide a Public forum for complaints against Mem Bers of municipal police forces in the see overhaul Page 4 Mccrae new Board become More accepted by society and the More and More people regard marriage As some formal institution which is not necessary slower changes Are happening to Cana Das it grew to million by the end of thanks in part to a return to immigration Levels not seen since the late 1960s and the Early the growth which fell below one per cent in the has returned to per see life Page 4 Ann Landers 31 answers 39 20 34 28 29 28 43 47 18 27 28 Puzzle legals Ril link Riff Ruina deaths record stocks letters 6 entertainment listings georgian nationalists urge civil disobedience

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