May 24, 2015


Public Utilities Board gets major overhaul

New PUB appointees
Karen Botting (vice-chair) — a retired school administrator and former vice-chair of the Manitoba Lotteries Corp., Botting received the 2012 YMCA-YWCA Women of Distinction award for education.
Anita Neville — former Liberal member of Parliament and former chair of the Winnipeg School Division.
Robert Warren — an educator, Warren is former executive director of the University of Manitoba’s Stu Clark Centre for Entrepreneurship.
Marilyn Kapitany — former federal assistant deputy minister of Western Economic Diversification, Manitoba region.
Larry Soldier — former chief of Swan Lake First Nation and owner/manager of Arbock Smoke Shop & Gas Bar in Headingley.




Updated on Friday, August 24, 2012 at 10:25 AM CDT: Marilyn Kapitany is the former federal assistant deputy minister of Western Economic Diversification.

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May 24 12:44 pm

Japan-Canada trade talks stalled

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May 24 12:36 pm

New law allows police to crack down on Sunday/holiday bike routes

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May 24 11:17 am

Drivers caught driving more than one block on these streets could earn $92 tickets: police.

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May 24 11:16 am

There won't be barriers advertising "local traffic only" anymore. Up to drivers to spot the street signs at intersections.

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May 24 11:14 am

Police remind of Sunday/holiday bylaw for Wellington Cres, Wolseley Ave, Lyndale Dr, Scotia. Only allowed 1 block to drive.

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