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Friday, August 5, 2011 NewsLeader A5

Dawn Black to retire from provincial politics By Helen Polychronakos

growing grandchildren.” Black was first New Westminster elected to the B.C. MLA Dawn Black legislature in 2009, announced Wedneswhere she is now day that she would not the assistant deputy be running in the next speaker of the House. provincial election, She was interim leader though she will stay of the B.C. NDP after in the legislature until Carole James resigned then. last year. “It’s time,” “I’ve been so she told the proud to be the NewsLeader. representative “I’ve been for New Westinvolved in minster. I’m very politics for committed to my over 30 years community and in one way or I am so grateful another, and for the trust BLACK it’s time for people in this someone new community have to pick up the torch. put in me.” It’s time for me to Before entering spend some time with provincial politics, she my very supportive was the elected federal husband and with my representative in ridCONTRIBUTOR

ings cover Burnaby, Coquitlam and New Westminster. “Dawn Black is one of the most respected elected representatives in British Columbia and Canada. I have known and worked with her for over two decades, and like so many New Democrats, regard her as a person of integrity, achievement and leadership,” said B.C. NDP leader Adrian Dix in a statement. Black acknowledged feeling intimidated when she first went to Ottawa. “I remember going there for the first time and being in awe and wondering if I really had the ability to do it.”

All Woodlands survivors should be compensated: Dix

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She needn’t have worried. First elected in 1988, she spent over 20 years as MP. Her legacy during that time includes an emphasis on women’s issues.

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ority is to deal with individuals the courts say we must deal with. After that we can consider the claims Adrian Dix, leader of the B.C. from before 1974.” New Democrats, was in New WestBut, according to Dix, the worst minster Aug. 1 to meet with Woodabuses date from before 1974 and lands survivors on the grounds of those victims shouldn’t have to their former school and to urge the wait. provincial government to extend “The cut-off date creates a sad compensation to all survivors of situation,” Dix told the NewsLeader. the school, not just those who lived “There’s no public policy, moral there after Aug. 1, 1974. or political justification, to treat On that date 37 years ago, survivors as two separate the B.C. government, then groups.” led by New Democratic A 2001 report by former premier David Barrett, gave provincial ombudsman citizens the right to sue the Dulcie McCallum exposed provincial government. the sexual, physical and Dix said that the current emotional abuse endured by government is using the Aug. former residents. 1, 1974 date as a technicality They lived in deplorable PENNER to justify excluding residents conditions of overcrowdwho lived at Woodlands ing and chronic infectious before that from compensation. disease. Medical experiments were “The courts have left the deciconducted on them without their sion to provide compensation to consent. all Woodlands survivors up to the McCallum recommended that sitting provincial government,” said the province offer the survivors an Dix. “And while the Liberals have apology and financial compensaacknowledged that former Woodtion. lands students suffered grave abuse As a result, survivors launched at the institution, they still are not a class action suit against the providing over 300 survivors who province in 2002 through the Klein attended the school before 1974 the Lyons group of lawyers. opportunity to apply for compensaAccording to Penner, the tion.” government needs to set a limit The B.C. government determined somewhere when it comes to comin 2009 that only 1,500 survivors pensation. who lived at Woodlands after 1974 “There are many other people were entitled to financial compenwho have been hurt by things the sation. The deadline for applying is government of B.C. could be responSept. 19, 2011. sible for. What about those other “We all feel very badly about groups?” said Penner. “When you what happened at Woodlands,” B.C. say compensation, that means tax Attorney General Barry Penner dollars.” newsroom@newwestnewsleader.com told the NewsLeader. “The first pri-

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My husband and I were somewhat disappointed in the 12th Street Music Festival on Sunday. A number of people we spoke to at the event expressed similar opinions to our own and therefore, I would like to offer a few suggestions. Having the booths closer together would take up fewer blocks and create a more intimate atmosphere and would save a long climb uphill for older folks and little ones. In addition, the huge gaps between many booths gave the event an overall haphazard appearance. Try for a wider variety of quality crafters and vendors (Tupperware is passé). Have more activities for children, such as puppets, music, face-painting and crafts, in one safe, supervised area (I was told this was once done successfully on the empty credit union parking lot). The few such activities there were on Sunday were smack in the middle of other things that crowded them out. Please turn down the volume on the bands so they don’t drown out every other sound within a block. We have the technology to make this possible, and any band that cannot play at

less than a gazillion decibels does not belong at such a gathering. It’s not meant to be a rave party and the majority of people there were not teens. There were two bands that my husband and I would have loved to hear but we were driven away by the ear-splitting volume as soon as they started to play. Lastly, as a resident and taxpayer, I find it inappropriate for the White Rock chapter of the Hells Angels to be involved in a family friendly New Westminster neighbourhood street festival. The toy run and other PR gambits notwithstanding, the Hells Angels are not just a group of ordinary people who simply like to ride motorcycles. They are associated with criminal activities such as drugrunning and prostitution, among others. To have them at such an event is an insult not only to residents, but also to our local police force, whose booth was stationed two blocks down the street. I appreciate the work the organizers, vendors and musicians put into the event and they all deserve thanks for their efforts. I hope these comments are received in the spirit in which they are intended; as

constructive suggestions to make future similar events more enjoyable for all. Mickey Bickerstaff New Westminster

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