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Winnipeg Transit has rolled out out a new Code of Conduct. The Transit Code of Conduct was created to provide the public with information about appropriate behaviour and conduct while using Transit services. A public awareness campaign has been launched to educate users about the new Code of Conduct. The goal ...
April 5, 2016ssagert
*** The following is from the Winnipeg Police Service E-Watch Crime Prevention Tip *** SAFETY TIPS WHEN USING WINNIPEG TRANSIT Winnipeg Transit is becoming ever increasingly popular with today’s gas prices and the increasing number of people that live in Winnipeg. With the opening of diamond lanes, express routes and the first ...
January 26, 2016ssagert
Everyone ages differently, so some people can continue to drive into their seventies, eighties, and even beyond while others cannot or should not. However, the statistics on older adults and driving can be sobering. Older adults and accidents Statistics show that the elderly are more likely than other drivers to receive traffic ...
March 10, 2014ssagert
In April 2013, Jennifer Howard, Minister of Family Services and Labour and Minister responsibile for Persons with Disabilities and Women introduced Bill 26 (The Accessibility for Manitobans Act) for First Reading. The new legislation would help governments, private-sector businesses and advocacy groups to work together to make more places and services ...
September 9, 2013ssagert
On September 6, 2012 Minister Jennifer Howard released the Manitoba Accessibility Council’s (MAAC’s) recommendations for provincial accessibility rights legislation. Barrier – Free Manitoba submitted a comprehensive response that agreed that the new legislation is essential but concluded that: the MAAC’s recommendations simply do not go far enough and that the legislation must ...
August 15, 2013ssagert