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Winnipeg Free Press (Newspaper) - March 4, 1990, Winnipeg, Manitoba Winnipeg free March Winnipeg police struggle to Cope As traffic skids on Snow a City ambulance attendant pusses through a Cloud of steam issuing from a cracked Radiator after a City cab was involved in a ear Accident on Archibald Street in one person was taken to Hospital for the Accident was one of Many that Winnipeg police and ambulance Crews had to Cope with yesterday As More than three centimetres of Snow concealing icy patches caused by the recent police reported Only one fatal woman died after a collision yesterday police said the identity was not released pending notification of next of Kin was southbound on Kena Stott Boulevard when she lost control of her crossed into the northbound lanes and struck two other the Accident occurred at 3 just North of Mcgillivray police said no other injuries stemmed from the labors nip poll puts Copps second As Chretien widens Lead by Steve Mertl the Canadian press Copps was trying to keep the latest Gallup poll results in perspective but she still looked like the cat that ate the Canary leftover feathers belonging to Paul the released showed Copps vaulting ahead of the much better organized Martin to run second behind front runner Jean Chretien in terms of general Public runner up to John Turner in was far with 38 per cent of those while Copps polled 20 per cent and Martin nine per Coppess fellow rat Packer John Nuziata and Tom Wappel showed negligible in obviously going in the right and fairly Copps told a news conference the Day be fore a Liberal leadership the Survey of More than canadians took place in Early Gebru Well before Federal Trade min ister John Crosbie pass the Tequid Sheila Gaffe gave Coppess profile an unexpected both Martin and Chretien were campaigning months before Copps announced her candidacy in mid Shes had neither their Money nor organization to capture committed slates of delegates for the june convention in tremendous Impact the Gap Between Copps and Chretien is wider among committed lib Martin even further Back Copps said the poll shows her candidacy is attractive to canadians at its Clear that i have grown the most in the population at and that going to have a tremendous Impact on the Liberal delegates As she our Job is to trans late that into Delegate her message to she was that if the party wants to win the next it has to reach those outside the political not just committed Chretien has won the Lions share of committed delegates at Early meetings but Copps noted that de spite his Martin has not done much better than she British Columbia will Send about 500 delegates to the which picks Turners successor on june Copps said the Campaign is help ing dismantle her on dimensional image As a screaming rat Packer on the Liberal i think Ive been Able to fairly successfully convince canadians that theres More to Sheila Copps than the rat Chretien didst gloat Over his widening for in Happy with the re sults of the Gallup poll and in Happy with the result of the selection of delegates so he in not commenting on my he also sidestepped the question of what Impact a new Book by former prime minister Pierre Trudeau might have on his an extract from the unpublished reported in newspapers contained Trudeau argument that the Mulroney govern ment was fracturing confederation through the Meech Lake a former Trudeau Cabi net minister and staunch political said he want worried that his old Bossy return to the front pages would rekindle bitter memories of the Trudeau particularly in the i will have my own he Martin stayed out of the spotlight although he was planning to attend a fundraiser last opponents close postal outlet up local opposition has forced a Canada Post retail outlet out of this Rural town after Only a few Days of we can convince any body else who tries to open a retail outlet that this is not the right March salutes off said Robert a member of Council who led the fight to drive the postal service from a local grocery Griffiths collected a petition with almost 300 names and said people in this Community of May have been reluctant to patronize the last Canada Post announced it would open private outlets in about two dozen towns and villages in by this week outlets were operating in nine but some residents say retail out lets will business away from established Post giving can Ada Post an excuse to close Canada Post says it simply wants to provide More extensive the retail for would operate in the evenings when regular Post offices Are Gladstone mayor Frank Porada said people dont Trust the Crown they Are very Skepi Cal about anything Canada Post Sug Ottawa up the Nat Wal Union of provincial government employees wants the Canadian hour Congress to reexamine its lation ship with the new democratic Union president John Fryer said to an interview yesterday that the labor movement is currently Trug to broaden its base to take in ers in the rapidly growing service he said Many workers in this particularly White Collar and technical do not want their political support decided for an unsuccessful nip candidate in the 1988 Federal said his own View is that the Trade Union movement would have More credibility if it were perceived As truly speaking for the vast majority of employed people in not As an addendum to a Small opposition political he said elected governments with in Canada often consider the Trade Union movement to just be part of the political the with close to is the Clos second Gest internal inquiry the unions 21member National executive body has sent the Csc a Resolution calling for a Complete review and overhaul of the Csc policy and Structure to be consid ered at the convention the Csc will hold in May in said Fryer he said the Resolution Calls for the review to be carried out by a task Force of internal inquiry that would report to delegates at the Clos 1982 he said the Resolution is vaguely worded in does not refer specifically to political Howe he stressed that the Csc should nevertheless infer from the wording of the Resolution that an examination of its link to the nip is being we would assume that they would infer that the political link should be Fryer said the approved by the unions National executive body at a meeting last was not ratified by the general Mem but my own feeling is that All we Are doing with our Resolution is accurately reflecting where Bur membership he said the Csc would have received the Resolution Only a few Days ago and that it has made no response to it As Csc executive Vic president Nancy Riche said yesterday that the organization will make no response until the May clinic protester gets six month sentence Canada at a glance the first monday of every month if youre 65 or Zellers will give you 15 off every Purchase you All on the first monday of every month Taipi Oil Gin Cerlini catch of in All licensed t Ai Fiji Mif Suilun any i Sci discount uttered thai Day valuable Points the lowest Price is the Law 9332 2860 fws3m High weft ornery 169 Kud Poao 1485 Park 1150 Nairn and 58 141s Plaza to p Nairn to Mondov to smut my Puto Park to i to from the Canadian press Vancouver a Vancouver anti abortionist was sentenced to six months in jail in the stiffest sentence to Date for anyone involved in a blockade of the Only private abortion clinic in British Laird was convicted Friday of two counts of contempt of court for blockading the he served four months in jail last year for the same of Fence defying a court order not to Block Entrance to the every omans health if youre protesting against a Law you dont agree you have that Justice Alan Macdonnell said in sentencing Swanson in supreme but you have to pay the teacher faces charges a shop teacher from nearby Alban was suspended from teaching after he was charged Friday with 18 sex related offences involving female Jean Paul was charged with nine counts of sexual eight counts of sexual interference and one of sexual a police spokesman said an investigation was initiated after 13and 14yearold students and their parents fish plants broke four fish plants that employ workers in communities along marys Bay in Southeast Newfoundland were placed in receivership the action against Universal mul Tif oods was taken by the Canad an Salt fish the Federal Crown corporation is owed about million by the Ernst Young of would operate the plants at marys and River while looking for a Ontario uses Law the Ontario government can base its lawsuit against a municipal trash or in Detroit on Michigan Tough ant pollution a state court has City of Detroit lawyers had argued Only Michigan municipalities could use the Law As the basis or court the backed by a coalition of Michigan environmental asks the incinerator owners to install the Best pollution control equipment available possibly adding million us to the incinerators gunman Well armed Calgary a gunman who killed himself in a Southeast Calgary school wednesday was car More than 100 rounds of Amra Ftp a senior police officer has staff Keith Pollock said Donald Leon Gray probably planned to kill his entire family in a murder suicide was armed with a Libre revolver when he violated a restraining order by shoving up at Bis estranged wife borne just fore ice clogs shipping Halifax the Gulf of Lawrence remained a shippers Nightmare during the Witta 24 ships stuck in the ice and no re Tel in sight or the worst ice in As o yesterday afternoon were 24 vessels stuck in the am at one tune w the last few were the ships include a variety of Container bulk Tanjor ers and general cargo most bound either to or from Montreal or Quebec

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