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The Exponent History

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                                                     SERVING THE COMMUNITIES OF GRANDVIEW & GILBERT PLAINS

Vol 115, No. 46                                        Tuesday, November 24, 2015

The Weather Network



Businesses prosecuted for workplace incidents

Manitoba Labour and Immigration is reminding employers to ensure workplaces are safe and workers are adequately supervised to perform their duties safely, after a number of businesses were prosecuted for Workplace Safety and Health violations.
• On June 1, Manitoba Hydro pleaded guilty to two charges after a Workplace Safety and Health investigation revealed that employees working at a diesel generating plant fueling site near Brochet were operating an all-terrain vehicle without the required training or certification. The company was ordered to pay a total of $75,000 in fines.
• On July 25, Nordevco Associates Ltd. pleaded guilty to the charge of failing to take measures to ensure the safety, health and welfare of its workers, 

Trevor Beals along with three students, (not listed in order of photo) Bryanne Bates-Ewanyshyn, Maddison Fawns and Emerson Tycholes attended An Evening of Inspiration event as a part of the We Day activities. Photo submitted.

Taking inspiration to new limits

By Jennifer Carniel
Several schools across Manitoba got to participate in We Day on Monday, November 16, 2015 held in Winnipeg at the MTS Centre. We Day is a celebration of youth making a difference in their local and global communities. A list of celebrities and guest speakers present powerful and motivating messages to students about being the positive change in their lives and in their communities. Some of the guest speakers and presenters were: Marlee Matlin, Henry Winkler, Kardinal Offishall, Amanda Lindout, JR Martinez, Tyler Shaw, Tom Jackson, Spencer West, and the Kenyan Boys’ Choir.
Three students and a Guidance/Resource teacher from Gilbert Plains Collegiate Institute got to take the experience to a whole new level. GPCI was selected as one of the schools to participate in the event “An Evening of Inspiration” on Sunday, November 15, 2015. GPCI was selected to attend this special event because of the work and fundraising they did last year for Free the Children. GPCI’s Youth Philanthropy group decided to take on the challenge of building a school in Haiti and rose over $1,200 for this project. Trevor Beals, Guidance/Resource teacher for GPCI was selected to attend and chose three students from GPCI, Bryanne Bates-Ewanyshyn, Maddison Fawns and Emerson Tycholes. 
The evening consisted of a meet and greet with Spencer West, an 

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