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After a back and forth battle that has been spread over twenty years the provincial government has given the go ahead for development to begin in the Jumbo Glacier Valley. Long spurred by controversy, the an-
nouncement has caused an uproar on twitter and an outcry from groups who have opposed the resort proposal. Minister of Forests Steve Thomson announced the governments decision officially at noon on Tuesday from Victoria. â€œAfter more than 20 years of comprehensive and exhaustive reviews, it was time to make a decision,â€? explained
Thomson. â€œI approved Jumbo Glacier Resortâ€™s Master Development Agreement after reviewing all of the relevant documentation, and meeting with both First Nations and the proponent,â€? Local MLA Katrine Conroy was quick to criticize the move saying that it was disrespectful not to make the announcement in Invermere, the city closest to the proposed resort.
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Council repeals DCCs ARNE PETRYSHEN Rossland News Editor
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Council passed a motion to repeal development cost charges (DCCs) at the March 12 council meeting. DCCs have been a contentious issue in Rossland as they pertain to how new infrastructure costs are paid for. Coun. Kathy Wallace said this was the right direction for the city to go in. “If you thoroughly look into exactly how DCCs work and how Connective Cost Charges work, this to my mind makes the most sense to our community,” she said. Coun. Jody Blomme said that many hours of staff and council time had gone into researching, writing and reading about the subject. “I think it’s time to just bite the bullet and make a decision,” Blomme said. Mayor Greg Granstrom said that what they’d be doing here is allowing the opportunity for the city of Rossland to recoup what it could never recoup with DCCs. He added that in many instances, DCCs are not the best tool. “We have copious quantities of information to base our opinions on,” he said adding that they were going in the right direction. Moore was not supportive of the motion, while admitting that the city could be doing better in terms of how it gets development to pay for itself. “I’m just concerned with some of the things that the inspector of municipalities office communicated in that email string that I shared with everybody today,” Moore said. “As coun. Wallace said before, there’s no big urgency to this. There’s not a lot of development going on right now.” Moore said it was more important to know all of the ramifications before repeal-
Council voted to repeal Development Cost Charges March 12 Arne Petryshen photo
ing the DCC bylaw. “What happens to the ones we collected? How do we deal with that into the future?” She asked. “We waited this long, we may as well wait a little bit longer and get some more answers from the inspector of municipalities to do this.” She argued that there was no great urgency in getting rid of DCCs, since there isn’t much development going on in the
city. She added that 113 out of 160 municipalities in British Columbia use DCCs in some form. The mayor said that if needs for more infrastructure arose when a new development was proposed, negotiations would be done in the subdivision stage, and so DCCs would not be needed. Moore: was the only one opposed to the motion.
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As there will be will be businesses affected by the construction. More info will be available as the date gets nearer.
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30$,$6516#413*/('-*/( $15 buys you a burger, fries & a beer plus live entertainment, door prizes & activities. March 28. Proceeds benefit the Canadian Cancer Society Support Services. 362-9649. $*5:$06/$*- Next regular meeting is Monday, March 26 starting at 7 p.m. 4$)00-%*453*$5.&&5*/(Next regular open board meeting is Monday, March 26
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#)65"/#6%%*&4Back by popular demand, this multi-media presentation will trans-
port you to the Himalayan Kingdom of Bhutan. The show covers culture, trekking, food, local people and more. Six local Rosslanders made this journey in 2011. Donations will be split between three causes. Contact Kathy Moore firstname.lastname@example.org or 250-362-3319
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6'*-.'&45*7"- now accepting submissions for the festival, which starts April 14. More info available online at www.rosslandcac.com, or email rosslandarts@gmail. com or call 362-5452. 344%3"."#055-&%3*7& The RSS drama club is asking for bottles, cans and juice
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+0&)*--$0''&&)064& Each month on the third Sunday from 7-9:30 pm., the Rossland Minerâ€™s Hall hosts performers - music, dance, spoken word, theatre. Interested volunteers and performers may contact Michael Gifford at 250-362-7170 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Adults $3, students free. Treats available. Doors open at 6. Next show is April 15. 413*/(5&" May 12 at Saint Andrews Church in Rossland. 1014*$-&45*$,#3*%(&$0/5&45KAST and the West Kootenay branch of the APEGBC
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area where the resort would be built as Qat’muk, home of the Grizzly Bear Spirit, would be fighting the approval. “The issue’s not closed,” said Kathryn Teneese, Ktunaxa Nation Chair. “You can expect to hear more from us in the coming days and weeks.” With files from the KImberley Daily Bulletin and Cranbrook Daily Townsman.
Columbia and Castlegar Search and Rescue units. The skiers were located near a drainage to Esling Creek at 10:45 a.m. Friday. They were both in good condition. They had gotten lost after taking a wrong path Thursday before the weather closed in around Gray Mountain, which they were on the backside of. The skiers, from Boston, MA, were familiar with the area, and in good physical shape, but were caught up in white-out conditions in the backcountry. RCMP Sgt, Rob Hawton said that this was the second rescue that
Search and Rescue has been called out for in just three days. “On March 12 at 11:45 p.m., police received a report of two snowshoers missing at Strawberry Pass, located on Hwy. 3B north of Rossland,” Hawton said, adding that the men, in their late 40’s-early 50’s, had gone out at around 6 p.m. for an hour or two and had not returned. Rossland Search and Rescue was activated and located the pair at just after four in the morning. “They were in good condition and had gotten lost in bad weather conditions,” he said.
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incomprehensible. Which British Columbians are benefitting from this project?” The B.C. Chamber of Commerce came out in favour of decision. “This project has been reviewed to death,” said John Winter, B.C. Chamber of Commerce president and CEO. “It’s good to see B.C. sending a clear signal that major projects like these will be judged on their own merits.” The Ktunaxa, who refer to the
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Two backcountry skiers that went missing Thursday were found the next morning near Red Mountain Resort. The skiers, a 46 year old man and his 15 year old son, had gone out skiing for the day and when they did not return as expected at 4:30 p.m. on Thursday, Rossland Search and Rescue was called in. The team conducted a search into the night unsuccessfully, then continued the search the next morning with the help of South
Annual Turkey Roast back on again ARNE PETRYSHEN Rossland News Editor
The annual Turkey Roast is back on again, though the date has been pushed back one week from the original time. The potluck dinner will now be held on March 29 at Red Mountain Resort and is once again in need of volunteers. The roast was originally supposed to be on March 22, was then cancelled and is now, as of this
week, back on again. The event is put on by the Spirit of Red, which hopes that everyone attending will bring a contribution to the potluck. They suggest an appetizer, a main course, a salad or a dessert. If cooking is not your thing, then the society suggests a $5 donation to join in the feast. The donation will help to cover costs associated with the event, such as the free transport from town to the hill, security and rental fees.
They also ask that if you are bringing a turkey or ham, then it should be cooked and sliced prior to arrival. The event will be held either on the sun deck or in the conference centre of the lodge at Red depending on weather. Drinks will be available at Rafters. There will be no fire pit this year. For more information or to volunteer for the event, contact Liz Nesbitt, event coordinator, at 3625745.
Rossland News Thursday, March 22, 2012
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Radar and laser detectors are currently legal to install in your vehicle and use to avoid prosecution for failing to follow the speed limits in British Columbia. One has to ask why BC is one of the few provinces in our country that has not made this illegal. If you think like I do, inappropriate speed is a signiﬁcant contributor to collisions and should not be encouraged in any way. Radar and laser detectors are encouraging some drivers to drive at inappropriate speeds every day.
Top: Ron Snyder, lead, Bob Stanton, second, Richard Drew, third, and Rob Darrah, skip, won the “A” trophy; Bottom: Ken Stephenson, third, Iris Bengzer, lead, Bill Pettigrew, skip, won the “B” trophy. Julie Bilesky, second, is missing from the Submitted photo photo.
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Rossland Legion hosted the third annual Arnie Sherwood Memorial Funspiel on Sunday March 18. This one-day bonspiel is hosted by the Royal Canadian Legion Branch #14 in Rossland on an annual basis in memory of Arnie Sherwood, who ran the event for many years. This year there were 48 curlers who enjoyed the day that included three meals, three curling games, four top prizes, a booby prize and a full day of cameraderie and fun. The winners of the “A” trophy were Ron Snyder, lead, Bob Stanton, 2nd, Richard Drew and Rob Darrah, skip. The winners of the “B” trophy were Ken Stephenson, 3rd, Iris Bengzer, lead, Bill Pettigrew, skip. Julie Bilesky, 2nd is missing from the photo.
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Jumbo resort a controversial approval
With Tuesday’s announcement that the controversial Jumbo glacier resort proposal has been approved by the province, a storm will be brewing in the Kootenays and B.C. That resort will likely face an uphill battle from those groups who have long opposed the project that has been on the table for the past 20 years. While the BC Liberals and the B.C. Chamber have come out in favour of the proposal, there is a tremendous amount of opposition leading the other side. Wildsight has lead the opposition arguing that the pristine wilderness should be kept that way and that animals, like the grizzly bears that populate the area would be further pressured upon. The Ktunaxa nation considers Jumbo, or Qat’muk sacred and see the positioning of a ski resort on their traditional land as a bit disrespectful. It could also infringe upon their land treaties, so may wind up in court. Around the West Kootenays there doesn’t seem to be very much positive either. Canada wide there is a poll on CBC that currently shows 76 per cent of the population that voted doesn’t support the Jumbo Alpine Resort, with only 20 per cent in favour. There also doesn’t seem to be any market for such a ski hill, with ski resorts having a hard enough time attracting tourists. From comments that are abounding on the social network, there seems to be a feeling that the approval ignores the environmental impacts as well as the economic benefits that such a resort would provide. It also ignores the opinions of the people it will most greatly affect. We want to hear from you.
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The Rossland arena ice surface is on its way out for the spring season. Stay tuned for Roller Derby information and bout schedules! Snow quality and conditions are deteriorating on Centennial Trail. In an effort to preserve our grooming equipment, Centennial Trail will no longer be groomed this season. A big thank you to Steve Ash for a great season of grooming! Pssst…can you spare an hour? Earth Hour is Saturday, March 31, at 8:30 p.m. Pledge to be a part of the FortisBC Earth Hour Challenge and get set to turn off your lights and electronics for one hour. Join the millions that are showing they care about how they use power every hour of every day. Help win $5,000 in energy upgrades for the Rossland Miners’ Hall! The Rossland Council for Arts and Culture is asking residents of Rossland to visit www.fortisbc. com/earthhour and pledge to “switch off ” during Earth Hour. If residents of Rossland register the most pledges (per capita), the Rossland Council for Arts and Culture will win an energy upgrade valued up to $5,000 for the Rossland Miners’ Hall! RSS Drama Bottle Drive! Help send our award winning drama cast of 27 students (grades 8-12) from Rossland Secondary School to compete at the Provincial Drama Festival in Vancouver this May! The RSS Drama Bottle Drive is Saturday, March 31 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Curbside pickup or drop off at the empty lot across from the Prestige. Contact Lisa Henderson at 362-9063 for more info. The Spring Brochure is now online and can be viewed on the city’s website (www.rossland.ca) and also on Facebook. Hard copies of the Spring Brochure were put into post boxes on Friday, March 2. The brochure is full of action and activity for all ages as we shift seasons from Winter to Spring. Heather and Pam are available Monday to Friday at the recreation desk at city hall to take your registrations. Contact them at 362-2327 or firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange
for registration. The annual Gerick Cycle Bike Swap is Saturday, April 28, 2011 in the parking lot at Gerick Cycle in Trail (930 Rossland Ave.). If you have a bike you’d like to sell, drop it off at Gerick Cycle between 8:30-10:00am on April 28. Bikes will be sold between 11 a.m.-2 p.m. Also featuring on location, rustic crust wood-fire pizza. See you there! If you currently enjoy a recreation program in one of the school buildings, please note: all recreation programs either end before Spring Break (March 12-25) or take a break during the two weeks, resuming when school starts again, on March 26. There are no recreation programs when school is not in session. Rossland REAL Food Presents: Native Pollinator Workshops begin April 12. A combination of indoor information sessions and outdoor field days, featuring Entomologist Lynn Westcott. The Indoor Information Session will be held at the Rossland Legion Hall from 7 - 9 p.m. (starts on time) and will cover an introduction to native pollinators and their importance to our local plant and farm communities; specific information about the types of plants and nesting habitat that native pollinators require to thrive here, and a demonstration of how to make and manage nesting blocks. The indoor workshop is free! Pre-registration is required. Pre-register for the Rossland session by contacting Hanne Smith at 362-7767 or smithhanne@gmail. com The outdoor field days held in conjunction with the indoor information session. The low altitude field day will be held Rossland on Saturday, June 2 and the high altitude field day will be held in Rossland on Saturday, June 16. Funding and other support for these sessions is provided by Columbia Basin Trust, the city of Rossland, Communities in Bloom, Selkirk College, Les Carter and local gardening groups.
Rossland News Thursday, March 22, 2012
Letters: Opposition to parallel parking Editor: On Friday March 2, a petition opposing parallel parking in downtown Rossland was made available to residents via local businesses in the downtown core. Two and a half days later, the petition was collected and presented to Rossland council. In that short time span, 616 signatures opposing proposed parallel parking had been collected. Clearly a large group of citizens have demonstrated a very strong and united front against what is widely regarded as a poor and unworkable plan. The Trail Times and The Rossland News Report that “ former Rossland Mayor Bill Profilli classifies these fellow citizens as naysayers”. Mel Baird at Peoples Drug Mart states: “The opposition to parallel parking was unanimous. Not a single person coming into the Store on those two days was in favour of parallel parking. In fact, people were getting quite upset at the mention of it.”
As stated by Bill Profili, 24 fellow residents of Rossland oppose this position and wish the project to proceed as originally proposed. I believe that we are looking to the future with a vision. Our vision is the preservation of a beautiful and functional Historical main Street. No one is attempting to halt progress regarding necessary upgrades to Columbia Ave. 616 residents are merely stating that the “vision” to change main street into a narrow, less accommodating version of itself would be a waste of time and our tax dollars. Thank you for this opportunity to express our position,
Editor: Over a short time span of two and a half days, 616 citizens of Rossland signed a petition urging the mayor, council, city planner and ISL Engineering to retain the angle parking on the north side of Columbia between the post office and the old Bank of Montreal building. Many more citizens were disappointed that they missed signing the petition. This petition was presented to council on March 5th, 2012. This is not a vocal minority of nay-
Roseanne Chobanuk and Mel Baird for: The 616 citizens of Rossland who “have a Vision which preserves the historical Columbia Ave.” Rossland
Why must it all be one way or the other, cannot a compromise be made? Build the bump out bulbs, they will make the street safer and pedestrian friendly. Beautify our already generous sidewalk space and leave the angle parking. Please build the parking lots behind the credit union and beside the thrift shop, we need all the parking spaces we can get these days as it is getting difficult to find a space at any time of the day. Patricia Fleisher, Rossland
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sayers. These are citizens of all ages from all walks of life that are getting frustrated and angry because their voices are not being heard. If the very influential group that is pushing for the complete proposed Columbia revitalization project actually talked to the general population they would know how strong feelings are on this issue. Granted a few people that signed the petition do not want any change at all, just like the few people that want all the changes. There is more than just those two options.
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Rossland Kung Fu club celebrating one year ARNE PETRYSHEN Rossland News Editor
It’s almost been one year since Taylor Capozzolo started his Kung Fu club in Rossland and things have been going well for him. Capozzolo is now moving his club, which was located in the basement of Pro Fitness gym to the more spacious Parish Hall. He said the move is because the number of people in the club has become too big to house in the gym’s basement. “We were just at the point where we needed more space,” he said. He is in the process of looking at locations in Rossland to house a proper club and training space. “We have a couple buildings in the works,” he said, but added that probably wouldn’t happen for a few months, since he would still need to make adjustments to the next building before it is fit to be the club. He said the website and Facebook page will all be coming online soon, so that everyone interested can keep up with the move to the Parish Hall. “It will be good for the club,
good for the kids and good for all of the guys who are training, so lots to look forward to,” he said. His young students are working on the traditional forms. “They’re learning the drills, sparring and other really interactive opportunities with the other students,” he said. “They’re all at a level now where they’re getting really good. It’s a re-
ally exciting time.” He’s also hoping to do demos with the students in the near future, so they can exhibit their skills as well has a tournament. For more information, or to register in a class call the Green Dragon White Tiger Kung Fu club at 231-1286. Class for all-ages run Monday to Thursday
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Switch your power off to help out the Miners’ Hall ARNE PETRYSHEN Rossland News Editor
Get your pledges ready for Earth Hour and you could help win a $5,000 energy upgrade for the Miners’ Hall. FortisBC is offering the reward for the community who has the most pledges before Earth Day, which is March 31. If you do the pledge, which is simply to turn off all lights and electronics for one hour at 8:30 p.m. on that day, you could also win a trip to the Manteo Resort in Kelowna. The Rossland Council of Arts and Culture (RCAC) is behind the upgrade project to the Miners’ Hall, which represents the project for Rossland in the contest. Renate Fleming from the RCAC hopes that everyone in Ross-
land goes onto fortisbc.ca/earthhour and ledges the to turn off their lights and electronics for the hour. are also trying to get as many community businesses and organizations involved as they can, such as Rossland Recreation, the Rossland Chamber of Commerce and the Rossland Schools. “A lot of businesses said they’re love to have the poster (to display,” she said. “So it’s kind of a community thing.” Fleming said the upgrades could include things that make the hall more energy efficient, like storm windows. “There’s a lot of heat that gets lost through the windows, because they’re old,” she said. “But to keep the heritage look, because a lot of them are still original, storm windows were suggested to us. We’d like to keep as much as possible to the look of the old building.”
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Fleming said that they don’t know how the contest is going in terms of Rossland pledges, because FortisBC doesn’t show that info until the end of the contest. So the RCAC are just trying to motivate people to pledge the hour and hope all goes well. Fleming also brought up the individual prize of the Manteo Resort in Kelowna. “Hopefully that and the Miners’ Hall, which everybody in the community loves it enough motivation,” she said. Visit fortisbc.com/earthhour to pledge to “switch off ” during Earth Hour March 31 at 8:30 p.m.
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Thanks to the generous support of Rossland, Montrose, Warﬁeld, Fruitvale and Trail and area, Heart and Stroke had a very successful February Door to Door Campaign. Not only was there individual support by people opening their doors, there was also great community support. Scotia Bank generously matched $5,000 from donations to the Trail campaign. The contributions made in this community will impact valuable heart and stroke research here in B.C. From back row, left to right: Nancy Liknes, Marie Cooper, Maureen Elliott, Delﬁna Ciardullo front row left to right: Maryann Davis, Barbara Tuai, Nona Archibald. Submitted photo
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The Trail Daily Times, a Monday to Friday newspaper in beautiful Trail, B.C., is looking for a contract driver to drive one of our current routes. This route covers West Trail, WarĂ€eld and Rossland and takes approximately 3 hours to complete. The successful candidate must possess a valid driverâ€™s license, have a reliable vehicle and be available to work Monday through Friday. The successful candidate should be a self-starter, work well with others and be able to meet daily deadlines. QualiĂ€ed applicants should apply in person to Michelle Bedford, circulation manager, Trail Daily Times; by March 27, 2012.
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An earthmoving company based in Edson Alberta requires a full time Heavy Duty Mechanic for ďŹ eld and shop work. We require Cat Dozer/Deere excavator experience. You will work a set schedule for days on and off. Call Lloyd @ 780-723-5051
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TECHNICIAN TRAINEE, APPLIED RESEARCH & TECHNOLOGY (ART) Trail Operations is seeking a Technician Trainee. This position reports to a Research professional and assists on research projects, prepares test samples, performs simple analyses, provides technical data for reporting purposes and assembles equipment. Graduation from a recognized Institute of Technology or equivalent is required. A program in Mineral Processing is preferred, but Metallurgy or Chemical Sciences will be considered. For detailed responsibilities and more information on this opportunity at Teck Metals Ltd., please visit our Careers page at www.teck.com and select Trail Operations. QualiďŹ ed individuals are encouraged to forward their resume by March 31, 2012.
Editor The Valley Echo is currently recruiting for a full-time editor in Invermere, B.C. located in the Columbia Valley surrounded by the Canadian Rocky Mountains to the east, the Purcell Mountains to the west and nestled beside the sandy shores of Lake Windermere. This lakeside resort community is the place for all seasons. Perfect for anyone looking for direct access to an outdoor lifestyle that offers mountain biking, snowboarding, skiing, rock climbing, boating, kayaking and so much more. We are looking for a talented individual, who is able to understand the challenges and rewards of working at a small community newspaper while meeting daily and weekly deadlines. Responsibilities will include copy and photo editing, story assignments, managing print products with various special sections as well as website content and some writing. QualiďŹ cations: t"CJMJUZUPQSPEVDFVQUPTUPSJFTQFS week, including photos, as necessary. t4USPOHXPSLFUIJD MFBEFSTIJQTLJMMTBOE sound news judgment t4USPOH*O%FTJHOTLJMMTBSFBNVTU You must have a valid driverâ€™s license and a reliable vehicle. We offer a dynamic opportunity to live, work and learn while living in the beautiful Windermere Valley. Our company offers an excellent beneďŹ ts package. Black Press is Canadaâ€™s largest independent print media company with NPSF UIBO DPNNVOJUZ EBJMZ BOE urban newspapers across Canada and the 6OJUFE4UBUFT To be considered for this position, please send your cover letter and resumĂŠ by e-mail, complete with work-related SFGFSFODFTCZ.BSDI UP Marilyn Berry Publisher, The Invermere Valley Echo firstname.lastname@example.org
Teck is a diversiďŹ ed resource company committed to responsible mining and mineral development with major business units focused on copper, metallurgical coal, zinc and energy. The operation at Trail, British Columbia, is one of the worldâ€™s largest and most efďŹ cient integrated zinc and lead smelters. Further information about Teck can be found at www.teck.com. We are currently seeking qualiďŹ ed individuals in the roles of:
Applicants must hold an Inter-Provincial Red Seal Endorsement and have a valid driverâ€™s license. Consideration will also be given to those currently indentured at either the 3rd or 4th year of an apprenticeship program. Machinists with experience in the Millwright trade will also be considered. Applicants will be required to participate in an assessment process designed to measure ďŹ tness, aptitudes and personal attributes. Teck offers an attractive compensation and beneďŹ t package including relocation assistance. Teck Metals Ltd. is committed to employment equity and all qualiďŹ ed individuals are encouraged to submit their resume, a copy of their Grade 12 or GED certiďŹ cate, a copy of their WHMIS certiďŹ cation and Interprovincial tradeâ€™s qualiďŹ cation by April 2, 2012. To apply, visit the Teck website at http://www.teck.com/careers and select location - Trail Operations.
Huckleberry Mines Ltd. is a Vancouver based mine company which operates a 16,400 TPD open pit copper molybdenum mine located 120 km south of Houston in west central British Columbia. The Mine Maintenance Team is expanding to the meet the challenges of the recently approved Main Zone Optimization (MZO) Project expansion.
Heavy Duty Mechanics On January 2, 2012 we received approval for the Main Zone Optimization Expansion Project which will extend mine operations to 2021. As a result, we will be expanding and modernizing our ďŹ‚eet of haul trucks, loading equipment, drills and support equipment and are seeking journeyperson mechanics to be part of our growing maintenance department during this exciting time. We are looking for self starters who can work safely with minimal supervision, work well in a team environment and have excellent interpersonal and communication skills. Responsibilities will include preventative maintenance, repair and troubleshooting of engines, transmissions, hydraulics and electrical systems on 777 and 785 Cat Trucks, 992 Loader, Komatsu PC 2000 and 3000 Excavators, Cat support equipment, P & H 2100 shovels, Bucyrus-Erie and Atlas Copco rotary drills, and other small support equipment. Applicants for these positions must possess a journeypersonâ€™s trade qualiďŹ cation (B.C. ticket) or an Interprovincial Heavy Duty Mechanicâ€™s ticket and be able to perform basic welding. Experience with shovels and drills is not necessary but would be considered an asset for this position. Huckleberry Mines is located approximately two hours driving time from Houston, British Columbia. Employees live in a camp environment on their days of work. The work schedule for this position is 4 x 4 (4 days on, 4 days off) or 8 x 8 (8 days on, 8 days off) working 12 hours per day. Transportation to and from the mine site is provided from Houston by bus and while at the mine site all meals and accommodations are provided free of charge to employees. Houston and Smithers are located in the scenic Bulkley Valley on TransCanada Highway 16, an excellent area to raise a family and has exceptional outdoor recreational activities. More information on the area is available at www.smithers.ca, www.houston.ca and www.rdbn.bc.ca. Huckleberry Mines Ltd. offers a competitive salary and a full range of beneďŹ ts including medical, life, disability income, RRSP savings plan and relocation allowance. We thank all applicants for their interest in Huckleberry Mines Ltd., but only those selected for an interview will be contacted. QualiďŹ ed candidates can submit their resumes in conďŹ dence to:
Human Resources Department Huckleberry Mines Ltd. P.O. Box 3000, Houston, B.C. V0J 1Z0 Fax: (604) 517-4701 Email: HR@Huckleberrymines.com
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You Are Invited Joe Hill Coffeehouse once again provided a variety of different talents and acts during Sunday night’s show. Clockwise from top: Motes and Oats played their original songs accompanied by ﬂute and guitar; Michael Gifford and Les Carter played some favourites; Some of the Kootenay Danceworks dancers showed their moves; ﬁfteen year old Laela sang and strummed her original tunes.
At Nelson & District Credit Union we know the importance of good governance for maintaining direction and achieving social and economic objectives. Please join your staff and board of directors as we present the 2011 annual review and answer your questions.
Rossland members can help celebrate the 70 year history and the future of their credit union in the community! The AGM date
Tuesday April 24, 2012 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. Prestige Mountain Resort 1919 Columbia Avenue, Rossland
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