Manitoba's WWI Fallen: Private Reginald Johnston of Fairford - *To commemorate the 100th anniversary of the start of the First World War, I am working on a series of blog posts and radio shows that will look at some ...
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In January, McDiarmid Lumber won a judgment against Marquess for more than $1 million.
And Manitoba’s Residential Tenancies Branch hit B and M Land with more than two-dozen orders last summer because the company hadn't been paying its electricity and gas bills.
Tenants at a B and M highrise on Cumberland Avenue showed CBC News orders from January 2010 instructing them to pay their rent directly to the tenancies branch.
The justification is to cover unpaid Manitoba Hydro bills from the company.
We regulate the rates charged by Manitoba Hydro (electrical utility), Manitoba Public Insurance (auto insurance), some gas or propane utilities (Centra Gas, Stittco, Swan Valley Gas Corp.) and all water and sewer utilities outside Winnipeg.
We license owners and agents under The Cemeteries Act and funeral directors under The Prearranged Funeral Services Act.
We supervise the construction and operation of natural gas and propane pipelines, and make sure that gas and propane are safely distributed to Manitoba consumers.
We register brokers of natural gas under the Public Utilities Board Act.
...preserve our affordability advantage.
What we don’t want to hear is talk about how community club programs are the answer to our crime woes, a preposterous suggestion put forward by the Liberals on Tuesday. There’s nothing wrong with handing out some money for such things, of course, but to suggest it will have much of an effect on curbing crime is a stretch.
A report by a Winnipeg Police Service officer and city employee to the Protection and Community Services Committee recommended free access for kids who are involved in the province’s Turnabout Program, which focuses on kids 12 years old or younger who have gotten into trouble or are at risk of doing so.
The program would cost about $60,000 and serve roughly 150 families of four people according to a financial impact statement on the proposal.
Sick to the stomach
Re: ‘Welcome to Killerpeg,’ Tom Brodbeck, Sept. 2.
I agree with Tom and every other good citizen of this city who is sick to their stomach about of youth punks getting away with murder. To add insult to injury, we the public don’t even have the right to know who these youths are because it might be unfair to them.
Well, if any friend or family member of mine is ever brutalized by young punks, I won’t be lobbying our government or crying out and begging my MP to change our weak-wiled laws. I won’t for two reasons. One, there are simply too many bleeding heart liberals in this country to see any real significant changes occur, now or ever. Two, I prefer to take out my own garbage.
Appreciate your frustration, but vigilante justice isn’t a good idea.