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Winnipeg Free Press (Newspaper) - June 20, 2015, Winnipeg, Manitoba C M Y K PAGE B2 B 2 WINNIPEG FREE PRESS, SATURDAY, JUNE 20, 2015 CITY winnipegfreepress. com In Manitoba, it’s illegal to use a hand- held electronic device while driving. If you drive distracted you’re putting yourself and others at risk. Visit our website for more driving tips and help reduce risk on Manitoba’s roads. mpi. mb. ca Driving Tips As of July 1st, if you are caught texting while driving it will cost you $ 200 and five demerits. Being distracted while driving, even for just a few seconds, is all it can take to cause a fatal crash. If you think you can safely text and drive, prove it at yourlastwords. ca . Stay within the law Stay focused Don’t let a text be your last words Don’t text and drive TEST JAMES ROBERT BRUCE So much time has passed. I can still remember those sunny summer days at Muckle’s Creek like it was yesterday. You were so proud to have served your country. Miss you so much, Dad. Your daughter, Daisy JIMMY ( GIGI) DIDUKE October 31, 1925 - February 27, 2005 Loved one - your memory keeps you ever near. Love you, Anne, Linda and family. TEST BILL DUECK A father is neither an anchor to hold us back, Nor a sail to take us there, But a guiding light whose love shows us the way. Dorie- Anna, Phill, Trevor and all the pussycats. REG CANSDALE Dear Dad ( Little Reggie) If tears could build a stairway and memories a lane, I would walk right up to Heaven and bring you back again. No farewell words were spoken, No time to say " Goodbye" you were gone before I knew it, and only God knows why. My heart still aches with sadness, and secret tears still flow. What it meant for me to love you No one can ever know. But now I know you want me to mourn for you no more. To remember all the Happy times life still has much more in store. Since you will never be forgotten, I pledge to you today a hollowed place within my heart is where you'll always stay. Love and miss you more than words can ever say. How I wish I could hear the message on my phone " Sharon it’s your Dad". Love always your Daughter TEST AL JOHNSON Life is not measured by the years that you live, but the love that you’ve shown and the things that you did. Thanks for all the wonderful memories Al and Dad. Love Gloria and family. TEST JOE KASKOW November 27, 1936 - January 15, 2015 His smiling way and pleasant face are a pleasure to recall - he died loved by all. Love you honey, Linda, our girls, Norm and “ kidlets”. MIKE KRYSKO August 8, 1924 - May 13, 2015 This day is remembered and quietly kept, No words are needed, we shall never forget. Lovingly remembered and deeply missed by wife Jean and family. TEST GEORGE KEIR Dad is such a special word, a word that brings to mind, a big warm smile, a helping hand, a way of being kind. Devotion to the family, a word of patience too. “ Dad” is such a special word, because it stands for “ You”. Lovingly remembered and so sadly missed, Lois. JAMES J. NELSON In loving memory of my Dad, who passed away February 23, 1963 when I was just 8 years old. I have loved him and missed him all my life. Mom and Dad have now been reunited. Happy Father’s Day - Karen. M ANITOBA Liquor & Lotteries is betting a bigger Club Regent Casino will be better for tourism. The Crown corporation announced Friday it is seeking private- sector partners to develop a 100- to 150- room boutique hotel and two privately operated 200- to 250- seat restaurants to be connected to the west side of the Transcona- area casino. The 50,000- square- foot development is expected to enhance Club Regent’s appeal as a destination centre for Manitobans and out- of- province tourists, Manitoba Liquor & Lotteries ( MLL) said in a news release. It will be connected to the casino by an indoor courtyard and atrium with a Liquor Mart Express store and pop- up vendors displaying Manitobamade products, the release said. The development will have a significant economic impact, creating jobs through the project’s construction phase to its completion with more positions in the hospitality industry, Economic Development Winnipeg Inc. chief executive officer Marina James said in the news release. Every year, an average of 180,000 out- of- province guests visit the Casinos of Winnipeg. The new Club Regent Event Centre had 65,000 guests in its opening year and hosted 71 major shows, banquets and third- party events. The next expansion on the west side is expected to draw even more visitors to the province, James said. “ These latest enhancements will support Winnipeg’s growing profile as a destination city that out- of- province tourists will want to visit,” she said. Construction is expected to begin next year. The capital cost for the development requires an investment of approximately $ 30 million from MLL and $ 30 million from the private sector. MLL said it will recover its investment from land leases and property rentals. It says the hotel and restaurants will create close to 200 full- and part- time jobs. “ I am excited about this unique development,” Dave Angus, president and CEO of the Winnipeg Chamber of Commerce, said in a news release. “ Winnipeg is a vibrant city, and this project will further complement our diverse restaurant scene and will offer guests even more distinct hotel options.” — staff WAYNE GLOWACKI / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS Chief among them Winnipeg police Chief Devon Clunis ( centre at left) and Kevin Chief, MLA for Point Douglas, head out with 130 students and teachers from Norquay School at the start of the Run With the Chiefs annual community fun run Friday. The event was sponsored by the North Point Douglas Seniors Association and Winnipeg Aboriginal Sport Achievement Centre to create and strengthen relationships that lead to a better and safer community. Casino slotted for growth Hotel, restaurants to be added to Club Regent Cervical cancer screening saves lives. SUPPORTED BY Arrive Healthy & Happy! Grab your walking shoes or bike helmet instead of the car keys Get Active with HUMANPOWER! B_ 02_ Jun- 20- 15_ FP_ 01. indd B2 6/ 19/ 15 9: 30: 40 PM

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