WINNIPEG — Manitoba Premier Brian Pallister says he is willing to put up provincial money to help the northern port town of Churchill.But Pallister is offering few details of his plan, and says some of the $500 million over 10 years would be to continue existing programs.Churchill lost its only land link to the outside world this spring when flooding caused severe damage to the rail line that was used to transport goods and people.Since then, prices have jumped sharply for food and other items that must now be flown in.The rail line is owned by Denver-based Omnitrax, which has said it cannot afford the $20 million to $60 million in repair costs.Pallister says the province won’t fund repairs because rail service is a federal responsibility, but the province is willing to spend money on economic development, social services and other infrastructure work.“I’m not talking about infringing on areas of federal responsibility,” Pallister said Friday.“We’re talking about investing in other areas that are our responsibility. Areas such as health services, social services, economic development, protection, infrastructure.”He refused to provide further details.Omnitrax had been in negotiations to sell the rail line to a First Nations consortium, but there have been no developments on that front in recent months.Pallister said he had hoped the federal government would have found a solution by now in terms of getting the rail line fixed and under stable ownership.“There has not been satisfactory progress to date,” Pallister said.The federal government said Omnitrax has legal obligations to repair, operate and maintain the rail line and it has formally demanded the company live up to those terms in an agreement signed in 2008 that saw the federal government give the railway $18.8 million.“The government is willing to look at all options, including exploring the possibility of working with a new owner toward the repair of the rail line,” Natural Resources Minister Jim Carr said in a statement late Friday.“To this end, senior government officials are engaging to find a solution on rail track repairs, ensuring a continuation of rail service for Churchill and surrounding communities.”
Nominations are being accepted for the annual President’s Distinguished Service Awards for Staff.The awards recognize individual permanent staff members who consistently provide outstanding contributions to the working environment at Brock at a level significantly above normal expectations.The award will be awarded to a maximum of four recipients (two to support/technical/maintenance employees and two to administrative/professional employees) and will include a certificate of recognition and $500. The awards will be presented at the President’s Annual Holiday Celebration in December.Eligibility: Staff members should be active ongoing employees with at least 10 years of service at the University. All permanent employees with benefits entitlement are eligible, excluding staff reporting directly to the president or a vice-president.Employee should have excelled in one or more of the following: Demonstrated exemplary service and/or have made a significant contribution in his/her unit Did something exceptional to advance Brock’s reputation Made a significant contribution to the University and/or community Provided a valuable service to the broader community at Brock outside his/her own unitAdministration: Application forms and endorsement forms are available from the Office of Human Resources and Environment, Health and Safety or at brocku.ca/hr-ehs/employment-resources Nominations must include a completed application form from the nominating person along with three additional endorsement forms of support. Any member of the Brock Community may submit or support a nomination. (Nominators/referees should nominate or support only one person in a year).Selection committee: A committee comprising of six members made up of at least: one OSSTF member, one CUPE 1295 member, one BUFA member, one SAC member and one member of the administrative/professional staff group will review the applications and make recommendations to the president. The manager of Human Resources or his/her designate shall chair the committee. The committee will meet in November to review applications for the awards and make recommendations to the president based on the criteria established and referred to in the nomination form. The committee will also solicit feedback from the staff member’s immediate supervisor and division head.Please forward nomination and endorsement forms to Human Resources by 4:30 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 4, 2011 in a sealed envelope marked “Confidential — Distinguished Service Award Nominations.” Direct any questions to 905-688-5550 x3808 or email@example.com
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with senior state BJP leaders, accusing the party of humiliating him since 1999 when his vote led to the downfall of Atal Bihari Vajpayee government. is a policy group which promotes bilateral ties. He also flagged terrorism as the key concern for India and America and said the world must unite to fight the menace, BJP MLA Sangeet Singh Som has announced a mahapanchayat to protest against “love jihad”.By: Express News Service | New Delhi | Published: September 8 The holed up militants were killed in a 13-hour-long operation by the security forces. was hit by a bullet after security forces allegedly opened fire to disperse hundreds of villagers.
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