The Ottawa Citizen from Ottawa, Ontario, Canada on April 17, 1994 · 6
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A6 The Ottawa Citizen, Sunday, April 17, 1994 "" The easy way to Mm CANADA .ViiV; own a home. XT A- 'ECONOMY Montreal police nab fugitive featured on TV crime show FOR MORE INFORMATION 7454567 GRG FINANCIAL SERVICES INC. 1661 Montreal Rd., Unit 6, Gloucester i i- ihiii. i. mi 1 1 i ii M 9 m .... , ' "i in ' ft ft f.i 8 C : ? - r i..: - :. - - - . ' . a .... . awwr ft.,j.a jtjtf ijr ' ' J ftp- ' 1 ... ' St cp photo Prime Minister Jean Chretien escorts European Commission president Jacques Delores into Parliament Building on Saturday EC president suggests economic 'security council' to stabilize world markets By Dianne Rinehart ; The Canadian Press 7 The United Nations should set up an economic security council to deal with threats to the stability of world markets, European Commission president Jacques Delors says. "There's a need for our countries to use their strength together," he said in a speech Saturday. The council would deal with everything from fluctuating currencies to environmental problems brought on by fast-paced economic globalization. "We absolutely need to find new solutions ... to avoid destabilization of world economic order." Delors said people must be prepared for radical changes to their social safety nets, education, investments, workplace and unions to avoid the the threats of political instability, high unemployment and increased competition. "Nothing is sacred," he said. Among the changes Delors expects: Social safety nets can no longer be financed through taxes added to the cost of expensive labor. Instead, he suggested, taxes should be placed on anything that degrades the environment The education system must be radically altered. "The speed of change in the economy makes it necessary to be educated throughout one's life." Labor costs must be brought down. The organization of work must change radically and training must be continuous. "I think it's very sad when people at 50 have to retire. We must organize things differently." Union leaders must take into account the unemployed as well as workers. They cannot afford to "just throw the ball back into the employer's lap." Delors said it was clear1 more countries have to work together to avoid destabilization. "What I am proposing to do in Europe also applies to the rest of the world." A UN world economic security council must include representatives from African and Asian nations, he said, acknowledging global problems could no longer be solved by a few industrialized nations. "No one can say we can continue to live the way we did before." THE COMPUTER PARTS STORE 170 MB 340 MB - $289 1 $415 MOTHERBOARDS 386 DX-40 I I 486 DX-33 VLB $169 $539 SPECIALS Sony CD ROM I I Microsoft Double Speed & Mouse 16 bit Sound Card Version 2.0 $399 $49.95 ANNOUNCEMENT GAYE ELIZABETH MOFFETT GAYE E. MOFFETT, R.N., B.Sc. N., M.Ed., announces the official opening of G.E.M. 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Vieira, 42, known among Montreal's Portuguese as the goalie of a community soccer team, was arrested at his mid-town home a day after the TV show Unsolved Mysteries broadcast a story about the 1988 slaying of Alice Arruda. She was stabbed 24 times in her apartment in New Bedford, Massachusetts, 50 kilometres south of Bostoa Hours before the arrest, Montreal police, acting on tips from people in the Portuguese community, had picked up a man in his 40s at another apartment in the same neighborhood. But the fingerprints of the suspect didn't match those of the wanted man. Later Friday police received another tip, arrested a second man. ' "We've got the right guy now," Det-Lt Jean Ostiguy said. "We've been in contact with New Bedford police and we're convinced he's the real David Vieira. He used several aliases, including the name Antonio Pacheco." 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