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November

Photo #1: Grade 5 students from Holy Cross School in Holyrood attend a news conference at the Newfoundland Science Centre in St. John's. They have built receivers using toilet tissue tubes and copper wire and wait to receive a morse signal from Industry, Trade and Rural Development Minister Beaton Tulk. (November 21, 2001)

Photo #2: Minister Tulk with Science and Technology Council Chair, Dr. Angus Bruneau, sends morse code radio signals to grade 5 students. (November 21, 2001)

Photo #3: Dr. Angus Bruneau, Minister Tulk and Holy Cross grade 5 students prepare to receive radio signals on home made receiver. (November 21, 2001)

Photo #1: Garry Haley (left), VP Sales and Marketing, Flynnís Winery and Distillery and Leroy Flynn (right), President, Flynnís Winery and Distillery, promote the companyís butterscotch and maple liquors to a receptive audience at the Taste of Atlantic Canada food promotion event which took place during the Team Canada Atlantic trade mission to Atlanta. (November 15, 2001)

Photo #2: Jim Parsons (left), President, New Found Foods Inc. and a representative from Island Bounty (right), Distributor for New Found Foods Inc. promote the companyís seafood products at the Taste of Atlantic Canada food promotion event which took place during the Team Canada Atlantic trade mission to Atlanta. (November 15, 2001)

Photo #3: Mouth watering samples of seafood products produced by New Found Foods Inc. are showcased at the Taste of Atlantic Canada food promotion event, which took place during the Team Canada Atlantic trade mission to Atlanta. (November 15, 2001)

Photo #1: U.S Ambassador to Canada Paul Cellucci addresses volunteers in the main lobby of the Confederation Building. (November 13, 2001)

Photo #2: Ambassador Paul Cellucci and Premier Roger Grimes greeting volunteers at ceremony to thank them for their contributions following the terrorist attacks. (November 13, 2001)

Photo #3: Ambassador Paul Cellucci addresses volunteers. Left to right: Mrs. Mary Ann Grimes, Mrs. Jan Cellucci and Premier Roger Grimes. (November 13, 2001)

Photo #4: Oliver Langdon, Minister of Municipal and Provincial Affairs and minister responsible for Newfoundland and Labrador Emergency Measures Organization address volunteers and representatives. Left to right: Mrs. Mary Ann Grimes, Mrs. Jan Cellucci, Ambassador Paul Cellucci, and Premier Roger Grimes. (November 13, 2001)

Photo #5: Premier Roger Grimes addresses various organizations who helped stranded passengers following terrorist attacks in September. Left to right: Mrs. Mary Ann Grimes, Mrs. Jan Cellucci, and U.S. Ambassador Paul Cellucci. (November 13, 2001)

Photo #6: Premier Roger Grimes addresses volunteers of various organizations at ceremony held at the Confederation Building. (November 13, 2001)

Photo #7: Left to Right: Saint John Ambulance volunteers meet Ambassador Paul Cellucci and Premier Roger Grimes: Ian Laidley, Premier Roger Grimes, Conrad Tulk, Ambassador Paul Cellucci, Dave Thomas, Ian Wheeler, Chris Hollett. (November 13, 2001)

Photo #1: (L-R): Ambassador Paul Cellucci and Intergovernmental Affairs Minister Tom Lush met today on issues of mutual interest to Newfoundland and Labrador and the Untied States. (November 13, 2001)

Photo #1: George Sweeney (centre), Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Industry, Trade and Rural Development for Information and Advanced Technologies; Candace Avery (left), Boston music organization NEMO; and Denis Parker (right), Music Industry Association of Newfoundland and Labrador, following the signing of a memorandum of understanding between the two organizations at a music showcase of Newfoundland and Labrador performers for Bostonís industry representatives and the general public. The music showcase took place during the provinceís very first cultural industries trade mission. Representatives from Newfoundland and Labradorís music industry witnessed the signing ceremony. (November 9, 2001)

Photo #2: Beautiful works of art by Newfoundland and Labrador artists are displayed at a visual arts showcase for Boston industry representatives during the provinceís very first cultural industries trade mission. (November 9, 2001)

Photo #3: Beautiful works of art by Newfoundland and Labrador artists are displayed at a visual arts showcase for Boston industry representatives during the provinceís very first cultural industries trade mission. (November 9, 2001)


October

Photo #1: Michelle Snow (centre) accepts award for Excellence in Youth Leadership, one of the province's first Community Economic Development Awards, presented Friday night during RuralEXPO 2001. With her are Industry, Trade and Rural Development Minister Beaton Tulk (left), who announced the award winners and Youth Services and Post Secondary Education Minister Sandra Kelly, who presented the award to Ms. Snow. (October 26, 2001)

Photo #2: Travis Gillard, Executive Director of the Nordic Economic Development Association, addresses the audience after he accepts the Excellence in Partnership Award at the province's first Community Economic Development Awards, presented Friday night during RuralEXPO 2001. Looking on are Industry, Trade and Rural Development Minister Beaton Tulk (left) and Human Resources and Employment Minister Gerald Smith, who presented the award. (October 26, 2001)

Photo #3: Industry, Trade and Rural Development Minister Beaton Tulk ; Bea Courtney, Newfoundland and Labrador Organization of Women Entrepreneurs (NLOWE); and Government Services and Lands Minister Walter Noel, following the presentation of the Excellence in Fostering Entrepreneurship Award to NLOWE at the province's first Community Economic Development Awards, presented Friday night during RuralEXPO 2001. (October 26, 2001)

Photo #4: Co-nominees Wilf Sutton (centre) and Tom Sutton (right) accept the Award for Outstanding Individual Achievement from Industry, Trade and Rural Development Minister Beaton Tulk at the province's first Community Economic Development Awards, presented Friday night during RuralEXPO 2001. (October 26, 2001)

Photo #5: Michelle Brown addresses the audience after accepting the Award for Excellence in Partnership on behalf of the Random North Development Association. The province's first Community Economic Development Awards were presented Friday night during RuralEXPO 2001. (October 26, 2001)

Photo #6: The province's first Community Economic Development Awards were presented Friday night in Gander during RuralEXPO 2001. Left to right are: Michele Brown and Ina Marsh, Random North Development Association (Award for Excellence in Partnership); Tom Sutton and Wilf Sutton (Award for Outstanding Individual Achievement); Industry, Trade and Rural Development Minister Beaton Tulk; Bea Courtney, NLOWE (Award for Excellence in Fostering Entrepreneurship); Michelle Snow (Award for Excellence in Youth Leadership); and Travis Gillard, Nordic Development Association (Award for Excellence in Partnership). (October 26, 2001)

 

Photo #1: Mike Parsons, Regional Compliance Officer with the Department of Forest Resources and Agrifoods, stands next to the honor roll on Parliament Hill. (October 24, 2001)


Photo #1: (Left to right) Keith Pike, Premier Roger Grimes and Louise Hustins of the East Coast Trail Association during the health fair October 22 at Confederation Building for Wellness Week 2001. (October 23, 2001)

Photo #2:
(Left to right) Sheila Devine, Lori Hewitt, Elaine Shannahan, Maureen Barry, Premier Roger Grimes, Peggy Hatcher, Morgane Chollet at the health fair on October 22 at Confederation Building for Wellness Week 2001. (October 23, 2001)


  • October 1, 2001
    Institutions in Ireland and Newfoundland and Labrador establish business partnerships


    Photo #1: Participating in the signing ceremony for two MOUs between institutions in Newfoundland and Labrador and Ireland are: (Front L to R) Noel Treacy, Irelandís Minister of State for Science, Technology and Commerce; Agnes Aylward, Ireland Newfoundland Partnership; Una Murphy, Dun Laoghaire Institute of Art, Design and Technology; Premier Roger Grimes. (Back L to R) Dr. Bill Blake, Memorial University; Ron Newhook, Canadian Centre for Marine Communications; Yvonne Shields, Marine Institute in Ireland; and Sam Walters, Operation ONLINE. (October 1, 2001)

September
  • September 8, 2001
    New reading campaign launched

    Photo #1: Judy Foote, Minister of Education, and Senator Joyce Fairbairn signing the International Literacy Day proclamation (Sept. 8, 2001)

    Photo #2: Jacinta Graham's choir singing the new Read and Succeed campaign song (Sept. 8, 2001)


July

Photo#1(L to R) Mark Sexton, Co-chair, Corner Brook Triathlon Committee; Bob Mercer, MHA-Humber East, presented $150,000 to the committee on behalf of government to host Tri-Fest 2001 (July 27)

Photo#1(L to R) Keith Collins, vice president of xwave; Joan Marie Aylward, Minister of Finance and President of Treasury Board; Beaton Tulk, Minister of Industry, Trade and Rural Development (July 17, 2001)


May

Photo#1(L to R) Keith Stoodley, Director, Marketing and Sales, Lotek Wireless Inc.; Kenneth Budden, Marketing Manager, Fogo Island Co-operative Society; Minister Tulk; Dave Gill, Chair of Canadian Manufacturers and Exporters; Paul Griffin, Executive Vice President, NewTech Instruments Ltd; Dr. Bassem Eid, Vice-President, BAE-Newplan Group Ltd; Donald Vokey, Manager, Marketing and Sales, Northstar Technical Inc.(May 30, 2001)

Photo #1: (Front L to R) Eric Baham, Call Manager, ProAct; Premier Roger Grimes; Jim Payne, Vice President, ProAct; (Back L to R) Dharmesh Shah, Director of Business Development, Atlanta, Telelink; Cindy Roma, Vice President and CEO; Sydney Ryan, director of International Sales and Marketing, Telelink.(May 15, 2001)


April


  • April 17, 2001
    Funding provided for Learn Not to Burn

    Photo # 1: (Back L-R) Hubert Sparkes - Executive Director, Newfoundland & Labrador Association of Fire Chiefs & Fire Fighters, Fred Hollett- Fire Commissioner, Sparky, Hon. Judy Foote - Minister of Education, Hon. Oliver Langdon - Minister of Municipal & Provincial Affairs, Rod Clarke - President NLAFC&FF, Richard Murphy, - Director Region 1, Don Currie - Director Region 2. (Front L-R) Joshua Grouchy, Danielle Skanes, Emma Cole, Alyta Langmead. (April 17, 2001)

  • April 12, 2001
    Chinese Province and Newfoundland and Labrador sign Memorandum of Understanding 

    Photo #1: Secretary Zhang and Premier Grimes complete the signing of a memorandum of understanding, the first between a Chinese and a Canadian Province. (April 12, 2001)

March
  • March 28, 2001
    Department of Labour contributes $5,000 to indoor air quality campaign

    Photo #1: Labour Minister Anna Thistle (right), presents a cheque for $5,000 on behalf of the department, to Sandra Chaytor, president of the Newfoundland and Labrador Lung Association and Peggy Johnson, Executive Director of the Association, to assist in their annual indoor air quality campaign. (March 28, 2001)


February
  • February 28, 2001
    Government geoscientist awarded national medal

    Photo #1: Dr. Ian Knight, winner of the R.J.W. Douglas Medal (February 28, 2001)



  • February 23, 2001
    Minister meets with partners in Heart Smart Restaurant Program

    Photo #1: Partners in the Heart Smart Restaurant Program met recently to announce the province-wide expansion of the program. From left are: Margaret Coombs, nutritionist with Health and Community Services, St. John's; Paula Ewing, education co-ordinator with the Heart and Stroke Foundation; Health and Community Services Minister Julie Bettney; Dr. Catherine Donovan, medical health officer with Health and Community Services, Eastern; Lona Warren, a long-time volunteer with the Heart Smart Restaurant Program and Carol Ann MacDonald, manager of the Heart Health Program in Newfoundland and Labrador. (February 22, 2001)


  • February 5, 2001
    Newfoundlanders win awards at Atlantic Craft Trade Show

    Photo #1: Employee Kelly Mollins with craft products at the Craft Store of the Craft Council of Newfoundland and Labrador on Devon Row, Duckworth Street, St. John's. (February 5, 2001)

    Photo#2: Ray Will of Delia Pewter with pewter bowl at Atlantic Crafts Trade Show. (February 5, 2001)

January
 

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