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News Release Photos - 2005

January


February
  • February 1
    February is Violence Prevention Month

    Photo #1:The member departments and community organizations of the provincial Violence Prevention Initiative came together recently to proclaim February as Violence Prevention Month in this province. Front row: (L to R) Lorraine Best, Seniors Resource Centre; Hon. Joan Burke, Minister of Human Resources, Labour and Employment and Minister Responsible for the Status of Women; Daphne MacNeil, Provincial Association Against Family Violence; Mona Wall, Manager, Violence Prevention Initiative.
     
  • February 3
    Justice minister establishes committee to review issues relating to violence against women

    Photo #1: Minister's Committee on Violence Against Women
     
  • February 14
    Minister proclaims Women's Institute Week

    Photo #1: Joan Burke, Minister Responsible for the Status of Women and Minister of Human Resources, Labour and Employment, has proclaimed February 13-19, 2005 as Women's Institute Week in Newfoundland and Labrador. Joining her for the proclamation signing were Shirley Fraize, Newfoundland and Labrador Women's Institutes president elect and Jane Laite, St. John's district representative.


April



May



June


June 29

  • Minister supports new phase of "Into the North" project

    Photo #1: Joan Burke, Minister Responsible for the Status of Women, donates $5,000 on behalf of the Government of Newfoundland and Labrador to the Federated Women’s Institutes of Canada’s ‘Into the North’ project. Accepting the donation are Margaret Yetman, national president; and Jaunita Lester, executive office for Newfoundland and Labrador.

July


July 4

  • Minister declares July 4-10 Aquaculture Week

    Photo #1 - During the opening of the Aquaculture Canada 2005 conference and trade show in St. John's Monday, Fisheries Minister Trevor Taylor (seated, right) proclaimed July 4-10 Aquaculture Week in Newfoundland and Labrador. He is joined at the table by Larry Murray, deputy minister of the Department of Fisheries and Oceans, and (from back left-right) by Mike Rose, executive director of the Newfoundland Aquaculture Industries Association, and Thierry Chopin, president of the Aquaculture Association of Canada.

July 7

  • Minister returns from Beaumont Hamel

    Photo #1: Veterans Joseph Miller and Gerald Bradbury, Minister Tom Marshall, Veterans Raymond Miller and Hayward Lodge -  Masnieres, France

    Photo #2: Minister Marshall standing in trench at Beaumont Hamel

    Photo #3: Back row - Deputy Minister Barbara Knight, Veterans Hayward Lodge and Gerald Bradbury, Minister Tom Marshall, Veterans Joseph Miller and Raymond Randell, Royal Canadian Legion Provincial Command representatives Juanita Russell and Hedley Smith. Front Row - Megan Delaney, Marissa White, Rebecca Marshall, Robyn Newhook, Randye Lynch. - Guedecourt, France

    Photo #4: Minister Tom Marshall and Veteran Hayward Lodge -Guedecourt, France

    Photo #5: Veterans Joseph Miller, Hayward Lodge and Raymond Randell, Minister Tom Marshall, Veteran Gerald Bradbury, President of Provincial Command, Royal Canadian Legion, Hedley Smith -  Coutrai, Belgium

    Photo #6: Veteran Raymond Randell and Minister Tom Marshall - Masnieres, France
     

July 27

August 

August 1 

August 10

Photo #1: Minister Dianne Whalen presents $2,000 cheque to Matthew Denine, winner of CSA’s Test Your Financial IQ (TYFIQ) quiz.  

Photo #1: Eddison Bown of the Grand Concourse Authority receives a cheque from St. John’s Centre MHA Shawn Skinner.

August 15

  • Official opening in Iceland for model home using local products

    Photo #1& #2: A model home constructed by Icelandic contractor SG-Hus, using Newfoundland and Labrador products and technology

    Photo#3: Cutting the ribbon for the official opening of the model home are (l-r): Arni Magnusson, Minister of Social Affairs, Iceland; Richard Tetu, Canadian Ambassador to Iceland; Jack Byrne, Minister of Municipal and Provincial Affairs, Government of Newfoundland and Labrador; Oskar Jonsson, General Manager of the Icelandic contracting company SGHus.
September

September 12

  • Minister proclaims Girl Guide Membership Registration Week

    Photo#1: Joan Burke, Minister Responsible for the Status of Women and Minister of Human Resources, Labour and Employment, has proclaimed September 12-18, 2005 as Girl Guides of Canada-Guides du Canada Membership Registration Week in Newfoundland and Labrador. Joining her for the proclamation signing was Sharon Callahan, Provincial Commissioner.

September 14

  • Team Canada Atlantic announces companies returning to the Windy City

    Photo #1: The Atlantic Canadian delegation poses for an official group photo during the first day of the Team Canada Atlantic follow-up trade mission to Chicago, Illinois on Sunday, October 2, 2005. Thirty Atlantic Canadian companies are in "the windy city" this week taking part in the trade mission.

    Photo #2: Tom Figel (Left), Figel Public Relations of Chicago, discusses business with Larry Stephen, Labrador Preserves, at the Taste of Atlantic Canada reception on Monday, October 3, 2005 in Chicago, Illinois.

    Photo #3: Rob Power of Ocean Choice International talks to Senator James Cowan during the Taste of Atlantic Canada reception on Monday, October 3, 2005.

October

October 14

November


November 1

November 4

Photo #1: Chief Misel Joe of the Conne River Miawpukek First Nation, Tom Rideout, Minister responsible for Aboriginal Affairs and Pamela Walsh, Program Manager with Junior Achievement Newfoundland and Labrador.

November 10

  • Order of Newfoundland and Labrador recipients invested

    Photo #1: Order of Newfoundland and Labrador recipients 
    Front row (Left to Right) - Ingeborg Marshall, Premier Danny Williams, Lieutenant Governor Edward Roberts, Janet Story, Tim Borlase.
    Back row (Left to Right) - Susan Knight, Shane O'Dea, Desmond Dillon, Deborah Powers
    Missing from photo: Tom Cahill 

November 24

December


December 16

 



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