News Release Photos - 2004

 
January


February

Photo #1: Joan Burke, Minister Responsible for the Status of Women and Minister of Human Resources and Employment, has proclaimed February 15-21, 2004 as Women’s Institute Week in Newfoundland and Labrador. Joining her for the proclamation signing were (front) Shirley Fraize, Newfoundland and Labrador Women’s Institutes president elect, Juanita Lester, past president, (back) Barbara Taylor, 1st vice president and Jane Laite, St. John’s district representative.

March

Photo #1: Joan Burke, Minister Responsible for the Status of Women and Minister of Human      Resources, Labour and Employment, has proclaimed March 7-13, 2004 as International Women’s   Week. Joining her for the proclamation signing were: (back, left to right) Lisa Zigler, chair of the 2004 IWD Organizing Committee and co-coordinator with the Status of Women Council and Women’s Centre; Joyce Hancock, president of the Provincial Advisory Council on the Status of Women, (front) Lori Shea, career development facilitator with the Independent Living Resource Centre and Cheryl Bennett, coordinator of the Regional Coordinating Coalition Against Violence – Eastern Avalon.

Photo #1: Ed Byrne, Minister of Department of Natural Resources, has proclaimed March 13-19, 2004 as 4-H Week in Newfoundland and Labrador. Joining Minister Byrne for the proclamation signing were (front) Tyler Purcell, Minister Byrne (back) Gerry Sullivan, Sara Connors, Raylene Williams and Terrilyn Penny.

Photo #1: Education Minister John Ottenheimer was pleased to receive the donation this morning from Catherine Power, chair of the HSA.

April

Photo #1: Municipal and Provincial Affairs Minister Jack Byrne and Newfoundland and Labrador Federation of Municipalities President Herb Brett sign the proclamation for Municipal Awareness Day. Missing from picture is Rodney Cumby, President of the Newfoundland and Labrador Association of Municipal Administrators.

July


August


September


  • September 6
    Order of Newfoundland and Labrador recipients invested today

    Photo #1: Order of Newfoundland and Labrador recipients 
    Front row (Left to Right) - Edgar Baird, Susan Patten, Premier Danny Williams, Lieutenant Governor Edward Roberts, Linda Peckford, Joanne MacDonald.
    Back row (Left to Right) - Paul Johnson, Dr. James Tuck, Henry Shouse , Gary Graham , Dr. Otto Tucker.     

  • September 13
    Government contributes to Kids Eat Smart Foundation

    Photo #1: Joan Burke, Minister of Human Resources, Labour and Emplyment (left) presents the Kids Eat Smart Foundation's Jeannie House (centre), Chair of Board of Directors and Susan Green (right), Executive Director, with a $500,000 contribution on behalf of the Government of Newfoundland and Labrador. The contribution will assist the foundation in providing breakfast, lunch and snack programs in schools and community centres throughout Newfoundland and Labrador.

October


  • October 19
    Ministers' tour of west coast justice facilities informative, meetings productive

    Photo # 1: Ministers Marshall and Burke meet officials at the West Coast Correctional Centre in Stephenville on October 14, 2004. (L-R) Arthur Parsons, correctional officer, Robert Jones, assistant superintendent, Minister Tom Marshall, Minister Joan Burke, and Wayne Alexander, correctional officer.

  • Duke of Edinburgh’s Award flag flies on Confederation Hill

    Photo #1: Minister Joan Burke and participants of The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award take part in a flag raising at Confederation Building in St. John’s October 18th. (L-R) Tony Manning, Bill Wilson, Ashlee Forward, Minister Burke, Hayley Porter, Trudy O’Keefe, Glenn Mifflin.

  • Ministers host awards ceremony for Girl Guides of Canada

    Photo #1
    : Dianne Whalen, Minister of Government Services, and Kathy Dunderdale, Minister of Innovation, Trade and Rural Development and Minister responsible for the Rural Secretariat, join Chief Commissioner Gretchen McCurdy and Provincial Commissioner Sharon Callahan for the presentation of the Chief Commissioner's Gold Award for the Newfoundland and Labrador Council for the Girl Guides of Canada.

  • October 29
    Courts Administration Advisory Board holds historic first meeting

    Photo #1
    : (L to R) Chief Judge M.R. Reid, Chief Justice Derek Green, Chief Justice Clyde Wells, Minister of Justice & Attorney General Tom Marshall Q.C., Deputy Minister John Cummings Q.C., Assistant Deputy Minister Chris Curran.

November


  • November 8
    Annual Community Economic Development awards presented

    Photo of winners: left to right, Bride Martin, St. Vincent’s, Lifetime Achievement Award; Jamie Pye, Labrador, Excellence in Youth Leadership Award; Frank Flynn, Labrador Fishermen’s Union Shrimp Company Limited, Excellence in Fostering Entrepreneurship Award; Harold Mullowney, Bay Bulls, Outstanding Individual Achievement Award; Brian Fowlow, NorthLink, Labrador, Excellence in Partnerships Award; Donna Roberts and Carol Best, Labrador, Big Land Fair, Innovation in Education Award.
     

  • November 17
    Photo #1: Paul Shelley, Minister of Tourism, Culture and Recreation unveils artist Gerry Squires'new full-colour lithograph: Ferryland Lighthouse in Ferryland this morning. The event was hosted by Jill Curran and Sonia O’Keefe,owners of Lighthouse Picnics, a unique and successful business venture in Ferryland that operates out of the historic building that dates to the late 1800s.

  • November 29
    Minister attends grand opening of new Central Fire Station

    Photo #1: Officially opening of Central Fire Station. Left to Right: Mount Pearl City Councillor 
    Ed Grant, St. John's Mayor Andy Wells, Minister Jack Byrne, St. John's City Councillor Paul Sears and Patrick Power, St. John's Regional Fire Department.

 


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