‘Government Discriminating Again’

There should be no exclusive club that is entitled to a handout, and that’s exactly what this effectively becomes.”

Yet another example of government discrimination. It only invites accusations of racism and corruption…

“Manitoba’s construction industry is calling for more transparency after the province sole-sourced contracts to build an access road to Lake St. Martin and a channel to help alleviate flooding issues in the area. The community in Manitoba’s northern Interlake was destroyed in the flood of 2011. Residents had to leave, and some have yet to return home…

“When asked during the announcement whether the contracts for the road and channel projects were tendered, Infrastructure Minister Ron Schuler replied,
Yes, they have been tendered.”

“But it was revealed that two partnerships, one involving ‘Interlake Reserve Tribal Council’ with ‘Sigfusson Northern’, and the other Lake St. Martin ‘First Nation’ {a ‘nation’ of 2,800 people} with ‘Glen Hartman Construction’, were awarded the contract without going through the tendering process

Everybody is very disappointed that they were essentially excluded from the opportunity
to bid for the contracts, ‘Manitoba Heavy Construction Association’ President Chris Lorenc said.
There should be no exclusive club that is entitled to a handout, and that’s exactly what this effectively becomes… That’s not the way to manage public finances.”

The newly-awarded contracts stipulate 50% ‘indigenous’ representation, Schuler said… Schuler said a “reasonable price” still has to be negotiated…

“Lorenc says in the past, construction companies have found efficient ways to benefit local communities while still using the open-bidding process.

This is simply not the way to do business,
he said.”

–‘Construction industry rips province over sole-sourced Lake St. Martin contracts’,
CBC News, March 07, 2018

http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/manitoba/sole-sourced-lake-st-martin-1.4567004

Lake St. Martin reserve (Winnipeg Sun)

From 2016:
“The Manitoba government has spent more than $2 million maintaining a housing village for Lake St. Martin flood evacuees, but just 10 people are living there

“The province built the $14.7-million village after more than 1,200 people from the ‘First Nation’ were forced from their homes by rising floodwaters in 2011. The village is a set of modular homes placed on an old military radar base near Gypsumville, Man.

You can just see the layers and layers of waste here,
said Edee O’Meara, a Lake St. Martin Band member…

“The government spent $1.5 million on security costs alone. The rest was spent on repairs and maintenance for the village…”

–‘$2.1M spent on maintaining flood evacuee village housing only 10 people’,
Austin Grabish, CBC News, Dec. 21, 2016

http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/manitoba/lake-st-martin-interim-village-security-costs-1.3903625

Flood Evacuee Village

From 2017:
“A federal investigation into a complaint about election fraud in a flooded-out Manitoba ‘First Nation’ alleges that some candidates bought mail-in ballots from community members.

“The 90-page report, obtained by ‘CBC News’…says an investigation into the June 2016 Lake St. Martin election has concluded some candidates were

corrupt in that they purchased mail-in ballots … and may have committed perjury in addressing the appeal.”

“‘Indigenous’ and Northern Affairs Canada hired private investigator Bob Norton, a retired RCMP officer, to look into the allegations. His investigation, relying on interviews and sworn affidavits from Band members, concluded ballots were sold for as much as $300 each to Chief Adrian Sinclair and councillors Christopher and Gregory Traverse.

I have no doubt that mail-in ballots were purchased by successful candidates and submitted to the polling station,
Norton wrote…

“Social-media screen grabs included in the report showed Band members offering to sell ballots…

“Allegations of vote-buying in the community have emerged in previous years, including in 2012, which also prompted a report from ‘I’NAC.”

–‘Investigator’s report suggests Lake St. Martin ballots sold for up to $300’,
Austin Grabish, CBC News, Feb. 10, 2017

http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/manitoba/lake-st-martin-election-report-1.3977038
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1 Comment

  1. I lived near Lake St Martin and surrounding areas (Fairford, Gypsumville etc.) And I can vouche for the fact that they are crooked, corrupt, underhanded (shall I go on?)– glad I don’t live there anymore!!!!

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