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Man in Motion reaches Salmon Arm Rick Hansen: Celebrations will take place on April 4 at city hall’s Spirit Square. By Lachlan Labere MARKET NEWS STAFF

Hometown heroes will be in the spotlight next week when the 25th Anniversary Rick Hansen Relay walks, runs and rolls into town. To date, 29 Salmon Arm residents have been selected to carry the Rick Hansen

medal on the local leg of the cross-Canada tour that follows the journey Hansen took as part of his worldwide Man In Motion tour to raise awareness, and funds, for spinal cord research. “While our route plans will respect the original Man In Motion World

Tour’s dates and communities, highlighting the progress made over the past 25 years, one of our goals will be to tell the story of everyday Canadian heroes who are making a difference in their communities, their country and the world,” writes Hansen.

Selected for having made a difference in their respective communities, Salmon Arm’s medal bearers include Hannah Baskill, Nora Kennett, Brian Ennis, Nicole Nadin, Patti Brock, Barry Dearing, Petronella Peach, Kate Hiscock, Silken Kleer, Teresa Mckerral,

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Grow ops busted in rural area By Tracy Hughes MARKET NEWS STAFF

RCMP have taken down their third marijuana grow op in six days in the rural areas surrounding Salmon Arm. The latest search warrant involved a property in the 5300 block of Sunnybrae Canoe Point Rd. where police were looking for an illegal electrical power diversion. The police search on March 26 netted just over 100 marijuana plants. A 24-year-old woman was arrested on site,

while a second woman, 20, later turned herself in to police. Charges of theft of power service are being recommended against both women, who were residing in the home. The women are not being named until formal criminal charges have been laid. Last Thursday, March 22, members of the Salmon Arm RCMP detachment were in Blind Bay, where they executed a warrant in the 2600 block of Blind Bay Cres. The search yielded a marijuana grow of 703 plants. In addition to police

involvement, the dismantling of a third grow operation on Wednesday, March 21 was assisted by Ministry of Environment officials, who were brought in to investigate possible pollution into a nearby creek. Preliminary results leave no cause for concern. The grow operation was being run out of a large shop on a rural property in the 2500 block of Skimikin Rd. RCMP found 860 plants as well as a sizeable amount of dried marijuana bud, with an estimated value of $250,000.

Local citizens to carry medal Continued from front Wolff, Bert Revel, Debra McDonald, Marci Hyatt, Melanie Kohinsky, Dawn Hughes and Dee Lewis. Each medal bearer will travel 250 metres before passing it on to the next person. The medal will stop in Salmon Arm at 1 p.m. on Wednesday, April 4. Its final desti-

nation of the day is the Spirit Square in front of city hall, where an end-of-day celebration marking the occasion will take place from 12:30 to 1:30 p.m. Event organizer, Coun. Debbie Cannon, says Amy Witt, a teacher who works with special needs youth at Salmon Arm Secondary, has been given the honour of being the last medal bearer of the day.

Paralympic athlete Marnie Abbott of Enerby will be guest speaker at the event, which will include music, dance and refreshments. The medal stays in the community until April 7, when it will be carried east to Canoe, and onward to Sicamous. In total, the medal will travel through 600 communities on its 12,000 kilometre journey.

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Okanagan-Shuswap New Democrats are rallying behind the party’s new national leader. Quebec MP Thomas Mulcair replaces the late Jack Layton as the leader of the country’s official opposition. He won Saturday’s leadership convention, beating strategist Brian Topp and five other candidates. “He’s going to be a great leader. With the support of the new members in Quebec and Quebec supporting a federalist party, it’s a great thing,” said Nick Hodge, Okanagan-Shuswap NDP riding president. Hodge initially supported Niki Ashton’s leadership bid, but then moved to Nathan Cullen through preferential balloting Saturday. Once it was down to Mulcair and Topp, Hodge voted for Mulcair. “It’s important that the leader of the opposition be in Parliament Monday. I didn’t want to wait six months for a byelection,” said Hodge of Topp not having a seat in the House of Commons.

Colin Mayes, OkanaganShuswap’s Conservative MP, is waiting to see if Mulcair changes the dynamic in the House of Commons. “He’s got a job to keep us accountable and I appreciate that,” said Mayes. “I hope the opposition will keep to the issues of governing and not the mudslinging we’ve seen.” Mayes says the Conservatives will certainly try and make Canadians aware of the difference between them and the NDP but he isn’t aware of any plans for negative advertising against Mulcair. Mayes also points out the opposition parties have also been known to pursue negative campaigns against the government. “They always say, ‘We have to get rid of this Harper.’ They can be cruel. It’s important to get your message across but in a civil manner.”



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Mark Olsen, provincial Vernon-Monashee NDP candidate, supported Mulcair right from the start. “He’s the right guy to take us to the next level,” said Olsen of the NDP trying to form the federal government in 2015. “He’s well spoke and bilingual in both official languages, which is important. He also strikes me as someone who stands up for what he believes in. He will hold (Prime Minister Stephen) Harper’s feet to the fire.” Former Okanagan-Shuswap candidate Nikki Inouye backed Peggy Nash and Topp, and she is urging Mulcair to continue with what she considers was Layton’s positive message. “He has charisma and speaks very well, a good contender to take on Harper,” she said of Mulcair. “I just hope he sticks to Tommy Douglas’s plan and doesn’t try to move our party to the centre. Positive thinking is what got the orange wave surge and the popular vote. Jack Layton’s message will prevail.”



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Symmetry in slaughter GLOBAL VIEWS Gwynne Dyer After Mohamed Merah died in a hail of French police bullets on Thursday, March 22, people who had known him talked about “a polite and courteous boy” who liked “cars, bikes, sports and girls.” His friends had trouble believing that he had murdered seven people, including three children, in a 10-day killing spree in the city of Toulouse, and none of them believed his claim to be a member of al-Qaeda. “Three weeks ago, he was in a nightclub,” one said. The following day, in Fort Leavenworth, Kan., U.S. Army Staff Sgt. Robert Bales was charged with murdering 17 Afghans, including nine children, in a lone, night-time attack on sleeping civilians in two villages near Kandahar two weeks ago. “I can’t believe it was him,” said Kasie Holland, his next-door neighbour in Lake Tapps, Wash. “There were no signs. It’s really sad. I don’t want to believe that he did it.” There are startling parallels in these cases, right down to the fact that Merah held a little girl by the hair as he shot her in the head, and that Bales allegedly

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pulled little girls from their beds by their hair to shoot them. And there is, of course, the underlying symmetry of the motives: Both men were responding, in confused ways, to the “war on terror” that former U.S. president George W. Bush launched after the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks. In Bales’ case, the trigger may have been a fourth deployment to a combat zone after three one-year deployments in Iraq since 2003, during which he suffered a concussion and lost part of a foot. He also had money problems, but it was Afghans he shot, not bankers. In his mind, it was Afghans, Muslims, whatever, who were causing his problems. Both men had runins with the law — Bales for assault in 2002; Merah for stealing a woman’s handbag in 2007. But, Merah spent two years in prison for the mugging and, while there, as is often the case with teenage Muslim thugs, he was converted to the extremist Islamic ideology called Salafism. Merah videotaped his attacks, so we know that just before he shot his first victim, an unarmed French paratrooper, Merah told him: “You kill my brothers. I kill you.” He was an unemployed, small-time criminal with delusions of grandeur, and he wanted to “bring the French state to its knees” in retaliation for French participation in

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America’s war in Afghanistan. Merah’s claim to belong to al-Qaeda; however, was probably just a private fantasy. Predictably, Marina Le Pen, leader of the extreme right National Front, called on French voters to “fight… against these politicoreligious fundamentalists who are killing our Christian children, our Christian young men.” The incumbent rightwing president, Nicolas Sarkozy, says much the same thing, but less bluntly. Yet two of the three French paratroopers Merah killed were Muslims. The other dead soldier, a Christian of West Indian origin, just had the bad luck to be in the street with two Muslim comrades when Merah found them. (He was deliberately targeting French Muslim soldiers as traitors to his cause.) Merah was hunting another Muslim soldier when he found himself outside a Jewish school and seized the chance to murder a young rabbi, his five- and three-yearold sons, and eightyear-old Myriam Monsonego. It was a monstrous act but, in his disordered mind, he believed he was taking revenge for the Muslims who had been killed in the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq. It’s no excuse, but it is an explanation And, the more relevant fact is only one out of perhaps two-million young Muslim French males has committed such an atrocity.

What happened is appalling, but it is statistically insignificant. It should also be politically insignificant, but that may be too much to ask in the midst of a presidential election campaign. The United States is also heading for a presidential election this year, but the only role the war in Afghanistan has in the campaign is ritual accusations by Republican candidates that President Barack Obama is “soft on terror.” (On the contrary, he has become the willing prisoner of the Washington foreign policy consensus that still defends the profoundly misconceived Afghan adventure.) As for the Bales atrocity, it is already being written off by the American media and public as a meaningless aberration that tells us nothing about U.S. foreign policy or national character. Not so. It tells us the character of American soldiers is no better or stronger than soldiers from any other country and it is a reminder that 10 years occupying a foreign country will make any army hated from without and rotten from within. The army will become even more demoralized and undisciplined if it is a professional force that rotates the same soldiers through repeated combat tours with no visible success on the horizon. Obama should not wait until 2014. It’s time to go home.

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Check out the songwriters showcase at SAGA art gallery Kelly and Blu Hopkins host and perform in the showcase that also features Sue Kyle and Alan Bates and A Million Dollars in Pennies at Friday, March 30 at 7:30 p.m. at the SAGA Public Art Gallery.

Dessert night Sample some goodies hosted by F.G.B.M.F.I. Admission is $5 at the door on Friday, March 30 at 7 p.m., at the Holiday Inn. For information call J. Rappes at 250832-6859.

AROUND TOWN Barb Brouwer Place, 350-30th Street NE. Admission if by donation. Entertainment by Sadok Ukrainian Dancers. Call 250832-6366 to reserve. Childcare available.

Concert The Seniors Fifth Avenue Variety Concert goes Friday, March 30 at 7 p.m. For more, call Mary Mackenzie at 250-832-3722.

Live opera Metropolitan Opera HD Live presents Ernani at Saturday, March 31 at 9 a.m. at the Salmar Classic Theatre. Tickets $24 for Adults, $18 for Seniors and Students participating in ShuGo.

Book signing Author Cathy Sosnowsky appears at Bookingham Palace from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., Saturday, March 31 to sign copies of her vook Snapshots: A Story of Love, Loss, Life. A reading follows immediately at the library.

Film fare Shuswap Film Society presents In Darkness, based on the true story of Leopold Soha who risks his own life in WWII to save a group of people from certain death,. The film runs Saturday, March 31 at 7:30 p.m. at Salmar Classic.

Fundraising supper The 16th annual Ukrainian fundraising banquet takes place Saturday, March 31 6 p.m., at The Gathering

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Shuswap bee club The club will meet Sunday, April 1 at 7 p.m., SASS Sullivan Campus. Call Joanne at 250-832-7032 for information. Everyone welcome.

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SAGA Public Art Gallery presents Bloom – Portraits of the Garden, acrylics on canvas by Salmon Arm artist Joyce Dorey, on Thursday April, 5 at 7 p.m., featuring live music and refreshments. The exhibition runs to April 28. Gallery hours are 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tuesday to Saturday.

Easter cantata Five Corners Church, 3160-10th Ave SE, hosts the third annual Easter Cantata, Your Great Name, Good Friday and Saturday April 6 and 7 at 7 p.m.. Admission is free, but a freewill offering will be taken.

Easter spring fling The Mall at Piccadilly will have children’s activities from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., Saturday April 7. Easter egg hunt at noon, followed by Easter bonnet contest at 12:30 and a mall-wide fashion show at 1 p.m. For more information, call 250-832-0441.

Lakeside Community Church invites everyone to celebrate Easter at 11 a.m, Sunday, April 8 at a sreet party on Alexander Street. This free event includes Easter story, activities for kids, followed by free lunch and family movie at the Salmar. Call 250-8329142.

Bluegrass Ramblin’ Dan Frechette, blues/folk and bluegrass musician, appears at 7 p.m. Wednesday, April 11 at SAGA Public Art Gallery. Tickets at $12 are available in advance at Acorn Music or at the door.

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Cornerstone Christian Reformed Church Pastor Peter Stellingwerff 10:30 a.m. Worship

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Saving salmon Canadian indie folkrok superstar Joel Plaskett performs Sunday, April 15 at 7:30 p.m. at the Salmar Classic Theatre. This is a benefit for the Shuswap Environmental Action Society to raise funds to help purchase the property adjacent to the mouth of the Adams River. Tickets at Acorn Music and online at www.

Parting the veils of separation Author Alida Hilbrander presents a workshop based on her book about after-death communication, Sunday April, 15 from 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at SAGA Public Art Gallery. Cost of the workshop is $45 or $35 for students and seniors. Pre-registration is required. Call 250-8354896.

T.C.Hwy. across from RCMP Rev. Woldy Sosnowsky

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First United: Worship with Children’s Church: 10:30 a.m.

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Sunday Family Worship - 10:00 a.m. Hillcrest School, 1180 20th Street S.E. Office - 331 4th Street N.E., 250 832-9142 Email: Lead Pastor: Pastor Ken Dryden Youth Pastor: Pastor Dustin Laird.

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WORSHIP SERVICE & CHILDREN’S PROGRAMS Sundays 10:30 a.m. HEALING SERVICE Every Sunday 1 p.m. Public welcome! THURSDAY NIGHT PRAYER at 7 p.m. GOOD FRIDAY SERVICE 10:30 a.m., April 6th


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OPINION Political dirty tricks a turn off Every time an election rolls around there is plenty of hand-wringing and angst-ridden postulating about getting more people out to vote. How do we engage more of the electorate? How do we engage more youth in the political process? The easiest way would be for our politicians and the minions who work for them to stop doing what they’re doing. Two separate incidents to come out of Ottawa that should enrage the Canadian public but will, more likely, just result in them tuning politics out. The first is the revelation that a Liberal party staffer was responsible for the Vikileaks website. This was the one that was Tweeting personal details about Public Safety Minister Vic Toews’ divorce. The excuse that the information was readily available to the public falls flat in light of Vikileaks’ purpose … to smear Toews. Interim Liberal leader Bob Rae apologized in the House of Commons this week. Fair enough, but it’s still dirty politics. Then comes the so-called Robocall scandal. This is where calls made on election day by a firm linked to the Conservative party were directing people away from polling stations. This, if proven to be true, is a lot worse than trying to smear a politician. It’s election tampering, and those responsible should spend some time looking out from the inside of one of the Conservatives’ new prisons. Sadly, this is what politics has become, so those who don’t want to stoop to gutter-sniping and dirty tricks avoid politics… and that’s a shame because our country suffers for it. The only way this type of cellar-dwelling politics can end is if our politicians say “no” to such tactics. And if politicians want more Canadians to become engaged and involved, all they have to do is bring integrity and honesty back. -Prince George Free Press

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Changes could have negative impact (Part two of a two part series) As I wrote in last week’s column, the federal government, under Prime Minister Stephen Harper, is currently proposing a number of changes to the Canada Fisheries Act which they are trying to slip through attached to the government’s Budget Omnibus Bill due at the end of the month. These changes would not only virtually eliminate any enforcement of our habitat protection laws, they would also allow industry to, for all intent and purposes, selfgovern their own environmental impact when it comes to various projects, not to mention monitor their own self compliance. I don’t know, but it all seems a bit “iffy” to me. I mean, it was only a couple of years ago that the federal government, under Harper, tried to put through changes to the Navigable Waterways Protection Act. In a similar fashion, these changes were not readily evident. They were contained in the Budget Implementation Act.

THE GREAT OUTDOORS James Murray Why would anyone have thought to look within the Budget Implementation Act for possibly changes to the Navigable Waterways Protection Act – changes that would have a negative impact on our lakes, rivers, streams and oceans? There were a number of specific amendments designed to eliminate the public’s rights, through the Navigable Waterways Protection Act, on thousands of waterways across Canada. Those amendments were designed to also eliminate any obligation on the part of industry and developers to consider the impact any new project may have on navigable waterways when building such things as roads, bridges, causeways,

or dams on, through, or around the waters they may cross or cause to change in any way. Back then the federal government introduced their proposed changes to the Navigable Waterways Protection by including wording that exempted “minor waters” and “minor works” from the act and by redefining the word “navigation” under the act in a way that stripped all legal protection from recreational navigation. The government’s “rewritten” act ignored all whitewater rivers, all seasonal waterways, and all vessels with less than a one-metre draft – which effectively included most fishing and/ or water sport boats. At the time, Mark Angelo, chairman of the Outdoor Recreation Council and head of the British Columbia Institute of Technology’s Fish, Wildlife and Recreation Department, stated that “such changes would create a tiered system of waterways, granting government the discretionary authority to identify those waterways deemed worthy

of federal protection… while limiting any assurance of an open and accountable public approval process.” The federal government argued that the changes were intended to remove an antiquated regulatory burden from developers and governments for “shovelready” projects to stimulate the economy. All I know is that all these proposed changes, to the Canada Fisheries Act and the Navigable Waters Protection Act, only serve to allow both levels of government to impose legislation that puts our lakes, streams, rivers and oceans at risk. And I don’t like it. Now, I’m not prone to things like conspiracy theories. Nor do I even totally distrust the government. But I do have a hard time with any government, federal or provincial, that would seem to be intent on sneaking through things that are supposed to be for the good of we, the people – not to mention our lakes, rivers, streams and oceans.

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Disputing Mayes’ claims Enbridge: Writer not reassured about pipeline plans. MP Colin Mayes claims that the proposed Enbridge pipelines would give Canada energy security (March 23, Shuswap Market News). He fails to mention that when the federal government signed the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), it gave away control of our energy resources to the market and big oil companies, leaving Canada without an energy security strategy. Unlike Mexico, which negotiated an exemption for its energy supplies, Canada is subject to NAFTA’s proportional sharing clause that obliges Canada to continue exporting oil and gas to the U.S. in the same proportion of total supply as was sold

to the U.S. over the three previous years. Even if Canada is faced with an energy shortage, we can’t prioritize the use of Canadian supplies if this requires reducing the proportion of our supplies that are exported to the U.S. Similarly, if Canada wanted to cut back 10 per cent of its oil production next year for conservation purposes and to fight climate change, it would still have to export 67.5 per cent of its oil to the U.S., leaving Canadians with a domestic shortfall of 46 million barrels of oil a year. As for Mr. Mayes’s claim about taxes and royalties benefiting the economy, consider this: Extracting bitumen from

the tar sands uses vast amounts of natural gas, currently about 15 billion cubic metres a year. But more than half the cost of this gas is paid for by the public through the $1.7 billion in federal and provincial tax breaks that tar sands corporations receive. Furthermore, the corporations can double dip and deduct these same fuel expenses from royalties payable to the Alberta taxpayer. As for the 30,000 jobs that Mr. Mayes claims the Enbridge Gateway Pipeline would bring to B.C., the company’s own web site estimates the number of permanent jobs at 560.

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of the spectrum when it comes to resource quality and their environmental impacts are both high frequency and high impact. The surface environmental footprint of the oil sands has expanded exponentially since production got started in the late 1960’s, and grew to 1.5 million barrels per day in 2010. The amount that has been reclaimed is miniscule. The rate of expansion forecast by CAPP, the oil and gas lobby organization Mr. Stringham works for, in its “growth” scenario calls for oil sands production to grow to 3.7 million barrels per day

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that projects such as the Northern Gateway pipeline are based on are highly unlikely to be realized, for capital and logistical reasons. The no-holds-barred oil sands expansion plans of governments and CAPP are unrealistic and demand a national discussion on energy policy to protect the long-term energy security and environmental interests of Canadians.


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# The Titlewave Book Club of Buckingham Palace poses outside the gates of their workplace. The club has invited the Blind Bay book club of the same name to meet sometime.

London calling book club A pen pal was a special friend when I was a child. Getting that letter in the mailbox with a stamp and postmark from a foreign land was exciting. Today’s email is certainly reminiscent – I marvel at the speed which we are able to communicate around the globe. Sharing common interests is a way of connecting with each other, even though we are physically a vast distance apart. Reading a book is even more enjoyable when we can share our perspective with others. The Titlewave Book Club in Blind Bay was contacted recently by a club with the same name in, of all places, Buckingham Palace in London, England. With the search engine tools available online, the Buckingham Palace group discovered the twin club and mailed a meeting invitation, on of-

OUT AND ABOUT Lynda Hooper ficial stationery, to the Blind Bay group. The London Titlewave Book Club is made up of staff who work at Buckingham Palace, and no, Queen Elizabeth II is not a member. The club members take turns hosting meetings at their homes. Upminster, Cranham, Hornchurch, and Gidea Park (where most of the members live) are some of the towns which make up the London Borough of Havering. It is some 15 miles east of central London, and forms part of outer London. Because of the

proximity to London, many commute to London, where they work in a variety of mostly financial services institutions – banks, insurance companies, the stock market and accountants. Havering is part of a large suburban sprawl, bordering on green spaces. There are some 230,000 people in 43 square miles, and more than half the borough is metropolitan green belt. Havering has the lowest unemployment rate in Greater London, and one of the lowest crime rates. According to Wikipedia, the modern settlement originated in Anglo Saxon times when it consisted of Havering Palace, and the surrounding lands that belonged to Edward the Confessor, being one of his primary residences. Queen Elizabeth I is said to have ridden with her courtiers down what is now Up-

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Funding helps to finish Blind Bay Road trail The Columbia Shuswap Regional District received a $690,000 grant from the Ministry of Community, Sport, and Cultural Development to assist construction of a parallel paved trail along Blind Bay Road. This project will provide a safe and accessible transportation alternative for residents currently sharing the busy roads with vehicles. The trail has been in progress for eight years, and is about 50 per cent complete. The CSRD has been funding the work of the South Shuswap Recreation Trail Society in this project by way of an annual grant-in-aid bylaw which is set to expire in 2012. The South Shuswap Recreation Trail Society completed many sections of the trail, but bypassed the sections with difficult terrain. This provincial grant, given under the Community Recreation Program, will provide funding to complete this portion which has rock bluffs, steep slopes and poor stability. This grant will enable connections between com-

pleted portions, as well as beginning construction at the Sorrento end of the Trail. “I’m extremely happy,” says Judith Nerbas, one of the Directors of the South Shuswap Recreation Trail Society. “Hopefully we can get a good portion completed. It’s wonderful.” CSRD Parks team leader Marcin Pachcinski says this is good news for local residents and for all who have worked hard on this project. “We are thrilled about this funding announcement. It will certainly give people the opportunity to get out of their vehicles more and enjoy Blind Bay on foot or bike,” says Pachcinski. “Project wise, the good news is that all the engineering drawings have already been completed. We will be meeting with our engineers in a few days to get a better sense of how quickly we can put shovels in the ground.” South Shuswap Director Ted Bacigalupo says he’s pleased to have this generous financial boost for the trail.

“This very significant support provided by the province, with the help of our MLA, will go a long way in helping complete the Blind Bay Roadside Trails in the South Shuswap. The South Shuswap Trail Society and the CSRD have been working on this project for nearly 10 years to provide a safe walking, biking and exercise trail. The financial support could not have been timelier and it couldn’t be more appreciated.” Shuswap MLA George Abbott says the grant for this project, along with one for Sicamous ($314,989 for Finlayson Park) and Spallumcheen ($128,000 for McLeod Subdivision Park), are significant investments in the local area. “I am very pleased that the communities of the Shuswap have received such a substantial investment through the Community Recreation Grant Program, which will promote physical activity and healthy choices by creating new and enhanced places for residents to get out and get fit.”

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Historic routes recognized By Martha Wickett MARKET NEWS STAFF

Twenty-five historic street signs will be created this year to increase awareness of the historic pattern of development in the city. The plan is part of the Community Heritage Commission’s proposal to implement a Historic Road Names Program. Unlike some road signs in town that already have a contemporary sign above with the historical equivalent on a much smaller marker below, the new signs will include a regular sign on top with a brown, more rustic name plate of nearly the same size below. The budget for the 25 signs is $2,000.

City staff reported there are 360 potential locations for the sign program. At the March 5 meeting of the city’s planning and development services meeting, Coun. Alan Harrison, the city’s rep on the heritage committee, said he’d like to thank the committee for all its work, particularly because the sign program has been complicated to create. Some signs were straightforward, he explained, in that the current name of 2nd Avenue NE is quite different than its historical equivalent Harris Street, for instance. Where it can get complicated is in cases like Ross Street, which was previously Ross Avenue. Instead of having a strange combo of conflicting

signs, the committee decided to have the historic sign in that case say “Historic Route.� Harrison said the committee wrestled with whether to have the signs state “Historic Street� or “Historic Road� or “Historic Avenue� and decided on Historic Route so there would be no confusion based on the street’s current status as a street or road. Coun. Denise Reimer thanked the committee for planning to have both the historic and contemporary names well-marked, noting that as a person who works in emergency services, she know how important having well-marked signs is for the ability of personnel to respond quickly.


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Cameras give hunter a new view By Lachlan Labere

“It’s a great hobby for anybody that’s interested in photography or wildlife, other than your cameras going missing from time to time, it’s lots of fun, and it gets you out in the woods and you really get a feel for what’s around,” says Hutchinson.


Knowing one’s quarry is key to being a successful hunter. Bow hunter Andy Hutchinson has an intimate understanding of local deer, as well as coyotes, bear, elk and other animals, because he shoots them regularly – with a camera. Hutchinson is something of a wildlife photographer. Not in the traditional sense, where one stands in the wilderness, camera mounted on tripod, waiting for that perfect moment to release the shutter. No, like many hunters and outdoors enthusiasts, Hutchinson has adopted digital camera technology to compliment his bow hunting. He uses a variety of small, weather-sealed digital camera devices, contained in small boxes that are intended to be attached to trees. The devices run on a timed motion sensor, and when an animal, or anything, passes in front, the camera is triggered to take stills or video. Hutchinson says he’s been shooting this way for about five years, and over that time he has acquired thousands of pictures and video clips of various animals undisturbed in their natural environment. Although, he says sometimes the animals are curious about the cameras and, on the odd occasion, put on more of a show than bargained for. One example is a series of video clips of a bear discovering, and subse-


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# Andy Hutchinson stands next to one of his tree-mounted cameras. quently eating the camera. “He chomped right through the lens,” says Hutchinson. “But it’s an interesting shot because the bear comes up, the next shot you see is his breath on the camera, it goes fuzzy as he breakes the lens, and the next shot is kind of up in the trees where he’s knocked the camera down.” The cameras, says Hutchinson, are mainly used for tracking game. They give him a visual record of what’s in the area and, in the case of deer, of their size and maturity. “For archery, you really have to know deer, understand them to get close enough to shoot them. So this is a real useful tool,” says Hutchinson. “ And when you target specific deer… It makes it quite a bit more challenging, interesting and personal.” The camera devices range from around $70

and up, and offer a variety of options for image capture, including infrared for nighttime pictures and video, flash photography and time-lapse video. From a photographic standpoint, Hutchinson says he’s been highly impressed by the image quality he’s obtained from these little outdoors cameras. “I’ve had some really nice pictures where people have said, you can’t get pictures like that from a cheap camera. Well, it did,” laughs Hutchinson. While the cameras have proven a useful tool for Hutchinson, there is a downside to leaving such gear unwatched in the woods: theft. Hutchinson says he’s had people take his memory card and turn the cameras off. More recently, an entire camera was jacked from a tree near Bud Sherlock’s property. This time it wasn’t a bear. Hutchinson knows this

because of the twocamera method he was using, where one camera was in view of the other. “What’s interesting about this instance is I actually had a camera close to where the other camera was and they didn’t notice the one, they took one and left the other one,” says Hutchinson, who has a video of a quadder pulling up by the tree and the rider getting off. He says he isn’t interested in taking the video to the police, but asks that the person who took the camera simply call the phone number written on it, and see that it’s returned – no questions asked. Hutchinson can also be called at home at 250-836-3059. Despite such incidents, Hutchinson remains very enthusiastic about this type of photography and recommends it to anyone seeking a different view of the natural world, uninhibited by man.

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Legalizing marijuana raises many health concerns I am writing on a subject that I do not have personal experience with, nor am I an expert on. In fact, I have never used this illegal drug. I will be referencing people that are experts on the effects of marijuana regarding the health and social wellbeing of users. One of the problems our government is dealing with is the medical use of marijuana. Canadians can grow marijuana for medicinal reasons if the drug is prescribed by a physician and a growing permit is acquired. The permit only allows the cultivation of quantities needed for the single user. Very few permit holders abide by the guidelines. In Abbotsford, in 70 per cent of the illegal grow operation busts by police, the producer does have a medical marijuana permit. So what to do? Should doctors be disciplined for not being more conscientious in prescribing the drug? Should there be better monitoring of the permit holders by a regulatory body, (this would be expensive)? Well, the answer might be in classifying marijuana the same as any other drug. For example, contract private enterprises to supply the drug and have it dispensed through local pharmacies. In this way, those that have a prescription for medical marijuana can only obtain the drug through a controlled supplier. Any other sale of marijuana would still be illegal. There are side effects to marijuana as there are in many drugs that are used to address various health needs. Here is a quote from Dr. Henry T. Chuang: “As a psychiatrist who has been practising for more than 30 years, I have seen the extensive harm smoking pot has done in terms of mental well-being for countless people and their families. Many small marijuana growers share or sell their crop with others, whose brains became poisoned, resulting in paranoia, psychotic behaviour, amotivation and many

FROM THE HILL Colin Mayes of these damages become chronic and long lasting, contrary to what most people think.” Wow, these are serious side effects. Journalist Brian Hutchinson states in one of his articles: “The facts are: cannabis products are laden with harmful chemicals; marijuana smoke contains car-

cinogens and damages respiratory systems; consumption impairs cognitive functions, especially among youth, who are more susceptible to serious psychological and physiological effects than adults.” Wow, that is dangerous to our youth. So the question I have is – why would the NDP and Liberal parties wish to legalize this drug? I thought that our responsibility as elected representatives was to provide policy that would protect the health and safety of Canadians, especially youth. I think anyone that believes in organic foods, natural health products, healthy life-

FLEMING, LOIS With heavy hearts we announce the passing of (MaryJean) Lois Fleming nee McCauley at the age of 60 in Salmon Arm Friday March 23, 2012. A long-time resident of Salmon Arm and more recently Enderby, Lois had several health issues and was in the care of the Shuswap Lake General Hospital when she suffered heart failure. Born Sept. 30, 1951 in Burns Lake BC to Jim and Audrey McCauley; the oldest sibling of Enid, Martha, and Dan McCauley, she grew up in Salmon Arm going to Salmon Arm Secondary High School. Upon graduation she studied at the Okanagan College. She became a Dental Assistant working with Dr. Shields in Salmon Arm where she became a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. It was there she met Alfred J. Fleming and was married to Alfred July 13, 1974 in Cardston AB and embarked upon her happiest years as a mother of 7 children. Being a mother and a grandmother was her crowning achievement and the delight of her life. In so doing she served in numerous capacities in the schools where her children attended developing cherished relationships and making life-long friends. She also was involved in Boy Scouts serving as a leader and area trainer. Many friends were made throughout her life all of which she tenderly cherished. Lois is survived by her husband Alfred Fleming and her children Joseph (Patty) Fleming, James (Tanis) Fleming, Lanny (Tanis Elaine) Fleming, Jesse Fleming, Laura Fleming (Nathan Appleby), Leah (Dan) Broadwood, and Anna (Willie) Olsen and her 12 grandchildren. She is further survived by her father Jim McCauley and sister Enid McCauley, her sister-in-law Kathy McCauley and numerous nieces and nephews. Lois Fleming is pre-deceased by her mother Audrey McCauley, her sister Martha McCauley and her brother Dan McCauley. A funeral service will be held at the LDS church in Salmon Arm Friday March 30, 2012. Open casket viewing will be from 9:30 – 10:30 am and the service will commence at 11:00am. After the service a reception will be held in the same facility after which she will be interred in the Enderby Cliffside Cemetary. All who wish to attend the ceremonies are welcomed to do so. Finally, the family of Lois Fleming would like to sincerely acknowledge and thank all those who have visited, called, and sent gifts in her honor. They have been gratefully received. We would like to thank Bower’s Funeral Home and The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints for their support and assistance at this difficult time. E-mail condolences can be sent Lois’s obituary at Funeral arrangements are in the Care of Bowers Funeral Home, Salmon Arm, BC

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Juniors, masters represent ski club well

TRAIL TALES Marcia Beckner The end of March and the ski season is winding down in the Larch Hills. With the warm, wet weather, the tracksetter does what it can but even if it hasn’t been out, spring skiing is lovely. This is when those waxless skis are brilliant. And if you don’t mind a bit of finger stickiness, klister is terrific. Daily reports on the Larch Hills website give the lowdown on the conditions, and the webcam shows that there is plenty of snow in the stadium area. ( How exciting to head to the Zone 4 website during the Canadian Championships last week and see the terrific results of the Larch Hills racing team members. First off, John Connor and Thomas Hardy garnered a silver medal in the sprint relay

in a very competitive age class. Imagine ski racing on the Plains of Abraham. On our last trip to Quebec City, Jim and I spent hours walking the plains and reading all the plaques and monuments there surrounding the Montcalm/Wolfe battle. So much history – and now our skiers make history on those same plains. The National Championship races were split between the Plains of Abraham and the trails at Mont Sainte-Anne. Later that week, John Connor skied to gold and Alysson Marshall skied to silver. And the rest of the race team did very well in their results. Proud of the skiers making such a good showing for the Larch Hills Nordics. Al Hardy, who accompanied the LH team as waxer, says the team arrived to winter in Quebec but two days later it was spring. Very challenging waxing! He went through many tubes of klister, for sure. Snow was a scarcity on the Plains of Abraham later in the week so 100 truckloads of snow were brought in. That snow was mush in a couple



Anyone wanting to provide comments of support or opposition to the proposed road name change should do so in writing no later than April 27, 2012, to the Salmon Arm Area Office at Box 100, 16th Street NE, Suite 850C, Salmon Arm, British Columbia, V1E 4S4. PHOTO CONTRIBUTED

# Larch Hills skiers Thomas Hardy, Kyle Flatman, Carmen Underhill, Silken Kleer, John Connor and Eliza-Jane Kitchen represented the Shuswap extremely well at the 2012 Nationals. of hours. Independent of the races, the team managed to get a taste of Quebec with a visit to a maple bush – sap has already been running a couple of months. Also attended the downhill ice skating races. Thousands of people lined the track to watch these extreme skaters. Our athletes at the Canadian Masters Championships in Golden acquitted themselves well with Abbi and Brian May each winning their prospective 30-kilometre loppet distance on the final day of the championships. Reports from other attendees indicate the championships were fun and a success.

The LHNS AGM was held early March with reports on this year’s committees, programs and events, and looking to next year’s ski season. Looking around the room at the cadre of dedicated volunteers and realizing this is just the tip of the iceberg, I can see why our club is so strong and attracts 950 members. I am proud to be a part of this vibrant scene. This is it until the fall and the new ski season. For a change I am not going to say ‘think snow!’ Instead, let’s get on with spring – but realize there will be nice spring skiing in the Larch Hills well into April.






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Multiple achievements Two UBC Okanagan Heat athletes have placed among the 162 student-athletes from across the nation that have combined excellence in collegiate athletics and academics – one of them from Salmon Arm. Salmon Arm’s Cody Bell from the Heat’s golf program, and Hayley Carlson, a Heat women’s soccer player, are among the recipients of Academic All-Canadians. Bell is a first-year golfer for the Heat who earned the PACWEST Golfer of the Year honours after having the lowest aggregate score among all PACWEST men’s golfers for the fall of 2011. The SIRC (Sport Information Resource Centre)

– Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association (CCAA) Academic All Canadian award is the CCAA’s most prestigious studentathlete honour, epitomizing both organizations’ commitment to academic success and athletic achievement. Honourees must attain academic honours at their institution, in addition to obtaining athletic achievements. For UBC Okanagan, only athletes from the golf and soccer programs were eligible to win the award this year as the volleyball and basketball programs now compete in the CIS (Canadian Interuniversity Sport). The CIS will honour their Academic AllCanadians in the fall.



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Shuswap swimmers splash to success Picking up speed, the Shuswap Swimming Team claimed top finishes in several races at the March 11 Penticton KISU Cherry Blossom Jamboree Swim Meet. Five swimmers from the team attended the meet, competing against approximately 100 swimmers from seven different teams around the region, including Kamloops, Vernon, Kelowna, Westbank, Summerland and Penticton. •8 and younger girls – Lauren GridleyHaack earned 2nd place

in both the 50-metre breaststroke and 50-m butterfly. •9-to10-year-old girls – Miya Coutlee finished strong, taking 2nd place in the 100-m individual medley. •9-to10-year-old boys – Garret Wasylenki picked up a 1st place finish in the 50-m butterfly, as well as a 2nd place finish in the 50-m backstroke. Teammate Landon Quilty fared well also, taking 2nd in the 100-m individual medley and 3rd in the 50-m freestyle.

•11-to 12-year-old boys – Nickolas Zaff took 1st in both the 50-m breaststroke and the 100-m individual medley.

Batter up The deadline for Salmon Arm Minor Baseball is rapidly approaching. Registration forms are available in the “forms” section of the website: Read the forms carefully. Deadline for registration is March 31, after which there is a $15 late fee.

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Lynda Hooper While many students were kicking back taking it easy during spring break, there was a group at the Adams Lake Indian Band who participated in a Crime Prevention: Gang Awareness Program. The two-day conference was attended by middle school-aged students upward including adults from surrounding areas. Reid Narcisse, Rebecca Jules, and Curtis Ahenakew were facilitators, with story telling by Lawrence Michel in between workshops. Curtis Ahenakew was the facilitator Tuesday, March 20 at the ALIB gymnasium. Ahenakew is an actor/film producer from Vancouver, who has had personal experience through a daughter’s gang involvement. He said she is no longer a gang member but the brainwashing has not completely left her even after years on the outside. Though Vancouver is the centre of gang activity in Canada, the network is vast with 130 known criminal gangs in B.C., 102 of which are youth gangs. In the last three years, there have been more than 100 murders linked to gangs and gang violence in B.C. Most gang members (60 per cent) are visible minorities. “Even though our gun laws prohibit the sale of handguns, illegal weapons are coming over the U.S. border, purchased easily south of the border

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dates for crime involvement. One woman, whose identity cannot be revealed under victim protection, spoke of how the problem is real in our area. Her family had been moved out of the community to avoid further gang involvement. Salmon Arm high school student Julianna Arnouse and conference participant remarked: “I want to learn so I can help free the community from gang activity.” Ahenakew referenced information from a previous workshop

he’d attended with Dr. Martin Broken-Leg. According to BrokenLeg, kids get into trouble between 3 and 6 p.m., usually when parents are working and there is no supervision. He said children/ youth will stay in school if there is one staff person in that school who makes them feel special, that they are wanted. It can be the teacher, lunch room monitor, librarian, principal. All it takes is for that one person to show an interest in them. Children have already decided subconsciously in Grade 7 whether they will stay in school and graduate, he said. Conference organizers Andrea Stelter and Craig Duckchief were pleased with the successful event.

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Retreat aims to empower In 2011 the Quaaout Lodge welcomed the Le7Ke Spa to the resort, and to celebrate spring, spa director Regula Wittmer has planned a weekend retreat to rejuvenate the mind, body, and spirit. the Mind-Body Connection Wellness Retreat happens March 31 and April 1 at the Quaaout Lodge on the shore of Little Shuswap Lake between Sorrento and Chase. Workshops begin Saturday morning with keynote speaker Dr. Steven Jones. Jones graduated from the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine in 1999 and opened private practices in Kamloops in 2000 and Vancouver in 2010, focusing primarily in naturopathic oncology, cardiovascular health, neuroendocrinology, pain management and

Phillip Wittmer, personal trainer preventative health care. Jones’ workshop will cover topics including homeostasis, the functional model of health and disease, and psychoneuroendocrinology. Kinesiologist and personal trainer Ryan Murphy will be presenting his workshop “Intentions and Attention – Tapping Into Your Body’s Intelligence.” Murphy’s experience in these areas as well as his knowledge of active rehabilitation and sports performance led

Ryan Murphy, kinesiologist him to realizing the importance of an alignment-based approach to movement. His work focuses on bringing attention to a person’s postural and general movement patterns in order to create mental and physical balance in the lives’ of his clients. Personal trainer and life coach Phillip Wittmer’s holistic practice is focused on improving a body’s overall performance and well-being. Wittmer integrates a mind-body-soul approach that enables his

Power skating, hockey to be offered at Art Holden Arena Chase Recreation Society has announced Spring Programs will be offered for the first time ever at the Art Holden Arena. There will be a fun hockey program being offered for children aged five to seven. It will focus on skills and playing for fun. There will be four sessions each Wednesday from 3:30-4:30 p.m. A helmet with face guard is mandatory, full

gear recommended but not essential. There will also be a power skating program offered for ages seven and up. Power Skating will take place Mondays and Wednesdays from 4:30-5:30 p.m.. This program will be taught by Renae Gartrell and will focus on hockey skating skills. Full gear is mandatory. Both programs will start April 4. To register for these programs,

phone Jane Herman at 250-679-3870 or email at jherman@cablelan. net. Forms will also be available at the arena or Haldane School. Cost for Fun Hockey (four sessions) is $40 and Power Skating (eight sessions) is $80. There has been interest expressed in an adult learn-to-skate program. If you are interested in a program for adults/ teens, phone Jane at 250-679-3870.

Wharf, water treatment plant to be funded in new budget By Lynda Hooper MARKET NEWS STAFF

They’re a go. The annual budget for the Village of Chase shows funds are available this year for repairs to the wharf, as well as completion of the water treatment plant. At a special meeting Monday, March 26 at the Village of Chase council chambers, chief

financial officer Roxanne Shepherd presented the annual budget and five-year financial plan for review and discussion. Mayor Ron Anderson with Couns. David Lepsoe, Rick Berrigan, Steven Scott, and Rod Crowe scrutinized the document. Each line item on the report was addressed for validity. Chief administrative officer Joni

Heinrich and corporate officer Larry Randle provided supporting information for the discussion. Finding ways to save money, but ensure the quality of service is maintained, was the fundamental concern for everyone involved in the deliberations. Supervisor of public works Pat Regush provided information as needed.

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#Community-operated Sunshores Golf Club opens for the season Saturday, March 31.

Sunshores course opens Saturday, March 31 is opening day for the Sunshores Golf Club in Chase. Permanent greens, clubhouse service, power/pull carts, club rental – they’re all there ready for the season to begin. Memberships are on sale and drop-ins are welcome.

The lunch bar is open with Pat and Joyce ready to serve. Watch for Senior Men’s/Ladies’ Days, Ladies’/Men’s Night and other special events. Call 250-6793021 for a tee time. Team Chase’s 2nd Annual Chase Pink

Ribbon Golf Tournament is happening Sunday, May 6 at 2 p.m. There will be a shot-gun start for nine holes of Texas Scramble. Other fun events include poker hands, beat the champ, putting challenge, silent auction, raffle items

and lots of door prizes. Register by April 29 to Chase Golf Course, Box 260, Chase, V0E 1M0, or phone 250679-3021. For more info on the tournament, call Bette Kyle at 250-679-3444 or Gail Tilley at 250679-6813.


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What’s on in Chase Chase Creekside Seniors Carpet Bowling Tournament/ Challenge, Saturday, March 31 at 9:30 a.m., for more info call Grace Fox at 250-679-4660. Chase Coed SloPitch League needs teams and players, the 2012 spring season starts 6:30 p.m. Friday, April 6, deadline to have a team signed up and paid is Sunday April 1, for more info contact Jay Foster at 250-318-3983 or email slopitchbc@gmail. com. Chase Creekside Seniors general meeting, Thursday, April 12 at 1 p.m. Chase Citizens on Patrol Coffee House, Friday, April 13 at 7 p.m. in the Chase Community Hall, coffee and goodies available, admission is $2 per person.

Chase Creekside Seniors Cribbage, Friday, April 13, Mini Crib at 10:30 a.m., reg. play at 11 a.m., admission $5 each, lunch is $2. Chase Creekside Seniors Easter Dinner, Friday April 20, dinner is $10 each, happy hour at 4 p.m. and dinner at 5 p.m. 2012 Chase Queen Pageant Coronation, Candidate perform prepared speeches, impromptu questions and modeling of Evening Gowns, final judging and crowning of the New Miss Chase and Princess, Chase Secondary School Gym, Saturday Apr. 28 at 6:30 p.m., cost $10 per person, tickets available from candidates, Royalty, Peoples Food & Drug, Safety Mart Foods, at the door, Royal Ball to follow at the Chase Community

Hall, $12 per person, no jeans allowed, light lunch provided. Chase Creekside Seniors Yard Craft and Bake Sale, Saturday April 28, also a silent auction, donations appreciated, tables at $10, for more info call Betty at 250-679-8702 Pritchard Coffee House, Saturday April 28 from 7:00 to 10:00pm, Pritchard Community Hall on Duck Range Rd., Coffee House held by Doug and Amanda, entertainers welcome, $2.00 per person, entertainers free, for more info call Pam 250-577-3619. Team Chase’s 2nd Annual Chase Pink Ribbon Golf Tournament, Sunday, May 6, 2 p.m., Sunshores Golf Club, for more info call Bette Kyle at 250-6793444 or Gail Tilley at 250-679-6813.

Jemb Systems presenting a Gift Certificate for $500.00 towards a Security System upgrade at the Canoe Seniors Centre. Their name was selected from a raffle at the recent Spring Home Show at the Shaw Centre. After speaking with president Derby it is their future plan to use the proceeds towards a Camera Surveillance system at the centre. Jemb is a very proud supporter of many local charities & nonprofit organizations. In photo, left to right: President of the Canoe Seniors Centre, Mr. Dick Derby; Vice President of the Canoe Seniors Centre, Mr. Steve McInnis; Jemb Sales Manager – Mr. Chad Giesbrecht

Community Spirit salutes those businesses and organizations whose members go above and beyond to make their community a better place, either through donation campaigns or volunteer efforts. Has your business or organization participated in an effort to better your community or help others who are less fortunate? Tell us about it!

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Cards of Thanks THE Reaching Out MS Society of Salmon Arm would like to extend many stars and “Thank You’s” to all who supported our Fundraiser Dance, March 24. We would like to acknowledge the support of “Dean and Company” and guests from “The Louisiana Hayride” for donating their time and talent to the evening’s entertainment, which made it a great success. “Thank You” to all the business and private donors: A Flower shop, All My flowers, Apple Auto Glass, Askews, The Barley Station, D.Benson, Body Waves, Boston Pizza, Braby Motors, BMO C. Presley, Candy Vault, Chesters, G. Stockwell, Culinary Inspirations, Jacobson Ford, Kal Tire, Lakeside Medical, L. Friesen, Pedros, Salmar Grand, Salmon Arm Golf Club, Salmon Arm Home Building Supplies, Salmon Arm Savings and Credit Union, S. Schan, Shuswap Pie Company, Tim Hortons Uptown, Hilltop Toyota, D. Hoddinott, Yans, R. Starkell, Pro Active Fitness and all of the MEDIA who gave us such wonderful coverage.




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LES HENRY PETERS Les Henry Peters, age 80 years, April 7, 1931 – March 22, 2012 passed away peacefully with family by his side, at Salmon Arm Hospital. He was predeceased by his wife Beverley and is survived by son Greg, daughter in-law Donna, grandchildren Justin & Lindsay, brother Orville and sister Verna. He will be dearly missed by family & friends in Winnipeg, Calgary, Edmonton, Vancouver & Salmon Arm. Les was an ex-navy sea dog with character, charm and a bit of a bite. He always wore his heart on his sleeve. He was the type of guy who would lieu of flowers buy stock in the Blackhawks!! Les loved Salmon Arm and over the past 17 years truly appreciated all the support and friends he made. gone but never forgotten... Arrangements entrusted to FISCHER’S FUNERAL SERVICES & CREMATORIUM LTD., Salmon Arm (250) 833-1129. EMAIL condolences and share memories at GUDERJAN, NORMAN OTTO September 21, 1930 - March 19, 2012 “Remembering You is Easy” With his family by his side, Norman Guderjan passed away peacefully in the Kamloops Hospital at the age of 81 years. Norm is survived by his loving wife Mary, his son Dan (Judit), two daughters, Deb (Doug Alloway), Brenda (Barry Erhardt), Mary’s children, Judy (Dean Willows), Dave (Veronica Shewchuk), Joyce (Martin Nolan), 18 grandchildren and 14 great-grandchildren, one sister Hertha Haslop, two brothers, Walter and Melvin (Beth), many nieces, nephews and friends. Predeceased by his granddaughter Jolain, two brothers Eric and Edward and his first wife Marie. A celebration of Norman’s life will take place on Friday, March 30th, 2012 at 2:00 pm at Evergreen Funeral Chapel, 16204 Fort Road, Edmonton. Inurnment and a reception will follow at Evergreen Memorial Gardens. Cremation has already taken place. A Celebration of Norman’s Life will be held in the Sorrento area at a later date. The family cannot express in words the gratitude they feel for the compassionate care Norm received while in the ICU at the Kamloops Hospital and Salmon Arm Hospital. Donations may be made to the Heart and Stroke Foundation of BC, 1212 West Broadway, Vancouver, BC, V6H 3V2 or to the Brithish Columbia Lung Association, 2675 Oak Street, Vancouver, BC, V6H 2K2 To view the book of condolences, please visit EVERGREEN FUNERAL CHAPEL & RECEPTION CENTRE, CEMETERY & CREMATION CENTRE 780-472-9019





You can remember someone special with your gift to the Canadian Cancer Society To donate In Memory or In Honour: online: or mail to:

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BOYLE, MITCHELL DUANE 1961-2012 Mitch passed away peacefully at Shuswap Lake General Hospital on March 19, 2012, after a long illness. He was born on May 4, 1961 in Hawthorne, Nevada, USA. He was predeceased by his father, Richard Lee Boyle, in 2006, and his oldest daughter, Melisa Boyle, in 2010. He is survived by his mother, Nelly Boyle and Al Balch, daughter Tracy Moore, grandchildren Tamieka Mazur, Destiny Mazur, Camilla Moore and Logan Moore. Also, brothers Eric and Nathan(Angela) Boyle, nephews Nick Boyle, Demetri Boyle, niece Mercedes Boyle and step-nieces Stephanie and Melissa Peterkin. He also leaves many caring aunts, uncles and cousins. Mitch was always a hard-working person. He worked in a variety of fields over his lifetime, including logging, heavy equipment, truck driving, cab driving, and construction. He drafted and built/re-built several houses. Mitch highly valued working and found ways to keep busy even when injured or ill. Mitch’s favorite pastime was fishing. He loved taking his daughter, niece, and nephews out on the boat for a half-day, just to relax and enjoy the sport. He also enjoyed cooking, especially when others were at the table. In a sense, Mitch led two lives--his earlier days were darkened by numerous mistakes and character defects that surely have lead many to dislike him. But those of us fortunate enough to spend time with Mitch in his later life got to know a wonderful man, with a warm heart, respectful demeanour, and wholesome values. In his later days, Mitch held a boundless optimism that carried him through the hard times and led him to always try and try again. His greatest desire was to help and serve others, though, tragically, as this desire increased his body’s abilities decreased. His daughter hopes that as people remember Mitch’s life they will forgive his errors and celebrate his passion for life, for family, that kept him up when pain wanted to keep him down. May he now rest in peace. By request there will be no service. Online condolences can be sent through Mitch’s obituary at Funeral arrangements are in the care of Bowers Funeral Service, Salmon Arm, BC.



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HILDA TOHMS Passed peacefully in Maple Ridge, B.C. on March 24, 2012. Hilda resided for many years in Sorrento and Salmon Arm, B.C. before moving to Maple Ridge. She is survived by her loving son Greg and Loraine Tohms, daughter Heather Tohms and granddaughter Tanya Tohms. Hilda was born in Saskatchewan and is survived by her remaining brothers and sisters, many relatives and friends. Hilda worked for years at Riverview Hospital before retiring to the Shuswap. Hilda had a wonderful, positive attitude towards life and was admired by all who knew her. No funeral by request. REGINA PAETZOLD 1935-2012 Regina passed away peacefully in Salmon Arm on March 19, 2012. Born in Swerschtschow, Poland on July 7, 1935, Regina immigrated to the USA with her family in 1956. She married Harry in 1973 and moved to Canada, retiring in the Shuswap area. Regina is survived by her loving husband Harry, and by sisters Wanda (John) and Elizabeth (Art), and also by brothers Senon (Marie), Walter (Ingrid) and Sigmund (Linda). She is also survived by her sister-in-law Gisella, and numerous nieces and nephews. Regina was predeceased by her parents August and Julianne, and her sister Sophie (Tony). A celebration of Regina’s life, will be held Friday March 30th at 1pm in Fischer’s Funeral Services 4060 1st Ave SW, Salmon Arm B.C. Arrangements entrusted to FISCHER’S FUNERAL SERVICES & CREMATORIUM LTD., Salmon Arm (250) 833-1129. EMAIL condolences and share memories at RICHARD DALE TAYLOR Richard Dale Taylor born February 14, 1952 in Port Alberni, B.C passed away peacefully March 23, 2012 after his courageous 8 month battle with brain cancer, his beloved wife Olivia at his side. He is predeceased by his mother Hazel and his father Earl. Richard is survived by his wife Olivia, stepson Adam (Tara) Swanson, his 4 children Richard, Tonya, Micheal (Elexis) and Megan along with 9 grandchildren, his brothers Brent (Chris) Purdy, Ron (Sandy) Taylor, 2 nieces and 3 nephews. We were all blessed to have had him in our lives, husband, father, grandfather, brother, friend and mentor. He was a great kind and wonderful man and will be sadly missed. His smile will always remain in our hearts. A visitation will be held on Saturday, March 31, 2012 from 9:00 – 11:30 at Fischer’s Funeral Services where a memorial service and celebration of life will follow at 1 pm. Special thanks to the many doctors that took part in his care and heartfelt thanks to many of the women at Shuswap Community Care Services for all their dedication and support through the hard times. In lieu of flowers donations can be made to the Canadian Cancer Society, Box 3451, Salmon Arm, BC, V1E 4S2. Arrangements entrusted to FISCHER’S FUNERAL SERVICES & CREMATORIUM LTD., Salmon Arm, (250) 833-1129. EMAIL condolences and share memories at






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McCOY, KEITH DENLY Keith Denly McCoy passed away on March 20th, 2012 at Piccadilly Care Center with his family by his side. Keith was born July 27th, 1921 in Vancouver, B.C. The ocean was a huge part of his upbringing and he spent many hours swimming and paddle boarding with friends in English Bay. As a young man he competed on a sculling team. After graduating from High School, Keith worked as an airplane inspector for Boeing in Vancouver and served with the Air Force during the Second World War. After the war, he took his teacher training. He was an industrial arts teacher and eventually a Vice-Principal at Revelstoke Senior Secondary. There he met and married Doran Vimy Middleton in Revelstoke, where they brought up their two children, Deni and Mark. During the early part of his teaching career, he spent summers in Field B.C. building trails and buildings for Parks Canada. In later years, Keith spent the winters skiing with his family and the summers fishing at the family cottage on the Shuswap Lake. After retiring in June of 1979, Keith designed and built a beautiful home for he and Vimy in Sicamous. He was an extremely skilled carpenter. He could repair anything and took great care and pride in the quality of his work. His attention to detail in everything he did was equal to none. Keith and Vimy travelled the world and filled their home with items collected from every continent but Antarctica. The photographs depicting their journeys were outstanding. Keith lived by several mottos: measure twice and cut once; never give up; do your best; earn others trust and remain loyal. His influence and direction made a difference in his family and students’ lives. Keith was predeceased by his wife, Doran Vimy, son Mark, parents Frances Sadie and Jack and sister Joyce. He is survived by his daughter, Deni and grandchildren, Keenan, Ryan and Dana. Thank you to Dr. Beech and the staff at Piccadilly Care Center for their kindness and care. Thank you to our families and loved ones for their support and love. Special gratitude goes to Sue McCrae for her constant support on his final journey. A celebration of Keith’s life was held at Bower’s Funeral Chapel on Tuesday, March 27th, at 3:00 P.M. Donations in memory of Keith can be made to the Cancer Society. Online condolences can be sent through Keith’s obituary at Arrangements are in the care of Bowers Funeral Home and Crematorium, Salmon Arm.


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STRENGTHENING FAMILIES TOGETHER WORKSHOP This FREE 6 week (one night per week) workshop helps family members and friends of individuals with mental illness, understand and support their loved one while maintaining their own well-being. Topics include: information about mental illnesses, coping and communication skills, problem solving, medications and treatments, how to support your loved one, selfcare and emotional support.

Date: April 11-May 16, 2012 • Tuesdays, 6:30 – 9:15 p.m. Location: Salmon Arm, B.C. Participants must pre-register before April 10, 2012, call Donna at (250) 832-2170 ext. 206 or email: Presented by Mental Illness Family Supprt & Info Centre, sponsored by BC Schizophrenia Society, Interior Health and Province of B.C.

CONSCIENTIOUS AND RELIABLE CARRIERS NEEDED To distribute the Shuswap Market News and the Lakeshore News. Areas available in S.E. Salmon Arm & Chase Call Valerie 250-832-2131 Heavy Duty Mechanic Sunny Okanagan. Required for maintenance & repairs of mechanical, electrical, hydraulic systems, & diesel 2 & 4 stroke engines. For details or to apply: e-mail JOIN THE JACOBSON FORD TEAM Full time position available in the Detail Department. Experience an asset but not necessary. Competitive wages. Benefits after 3 months. Must have a valid Drivers License. Part time position for a weekend Lot Attendant. Apply in Person with resume: Jacobson Ford, 160 Ross St. NE

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Serving and caring for families in our community since 1947. Whether you’re considering pre-planning or have lost a loved one, you can trust our professional and friendly team to support you with meaningful grief services. We provide individualized funeral, memorial and celebration of life services, as well as grief counselling and an aftercare program. For more information and the answers to many frequently asked questions, visit us online at: Capreece Bowers, Celebrant & Clinical Counsellor

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MOOSE MULLIGAN’S in Sicamous is now accepting resumes for Spring positions in the following areas: Servers (with a smile), cooks, kitchen prep, and dishwashers. Experience preferred but not mandatory. E-mail resume to Attn: Peter. RELIEF Milker requ’d for a 60 cow dairy herd in Deep Creek work schedule is 2-3 days/ week. Exp req’d. responsibilities will include milking feeding and caring for the main herd some tractor work 250-546-6158 WANTED ASAP Qualified Early Childhood Educators 20-40 hrs/week Exp an asset up to 8 children 0-6yrs. please send resume with your brief philosophy on ECE. To: Salmon Arm Observer Box #1501 171 Shuswap St.



Help Wanted MARDEN AUTO HAULING LTD. a Salmon Arm based small trucking company, is seeking a Heavy Duty Mechanic. Welding and hydraulic exp necessary Own tools. Competitive wages fax 250804-0680 or email PALADIN SECURITY is now hiring licensed security officers for a remote camp site 3 hrs outside of Revelstoke. Please submit your resume to:

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HD MECHANICS 3rd or 4th apprentice or Journeyman Heavy Duty Mechanics with their Red Seal and CVIP License to work in Red Deer & Hinton. Please call 250-718-3330 or Fax: 1-888-679-0759 For more information or send your resume & current drivers abstract to: SHUSWAP LODGE is seeking hard working, compassionate, flexible, casual support staff worker. Must be available to work night shift please apply in person to: 200 TC Hwy. Attn. Lisa Lawson

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Apply with resume in person or email



Buckerfields is now accepting resumes for experienced retail sales clerks and garden centre staff. If you have previous related experience in either position, we would love to hear from you. Submit your resume in person at the address below or email to

Part time – 58 to 70 hours per month $21.97 per hour Start April 2, 2012 or sooner Skills/Education – Special Needs Worker Certificate or equivalent, experience working with adults with developmental disabilities Other – Use of personal vehicle with mileage reimbursement. Community based support. Please send cover letter and resume to Kindale Enterprises Ltd. c/o PO Box 94 Armstrong, BC V0E 1B0 Fax 250-546-3053 Email: NO PHONE CALLS

“Pride In Caring” Is AdvoCare Health Services Philosophy If you are looking for an opportunity to make a difference and be part of a company that is expanding its network, we are currently recruiting 2 Care Aides to work on a casual basis, at Piccadilly Care Centre in SALMON ARM. The ideal candidate will have a min. of 2 years’ experience as a Care Aide, must be registered with the BC CARE AIDE REGISTRY and have a registration # to be considered.

1771 - 10th Avenue SW

Esthetics Services PERMANENT Laser Hair reduction. Call for a free consultation. Sada (250)832-4266 Shuswap Laser Clinic or email:

Hotel, Restaurant, Food Services SICAMOUS B.C. Joe Schmucks Roadhouse Hiring for all positions E-mail Resume to or in person before noon or between 2pm-4pm (M-F)

Medical/Dental Dental Assistant required Reply to Dr. Harvey Thompson, #22-665 Front St., Quesnel, BC V2J5J5. 250-992-3771

Excavating & Drainage

EQUIPMENT FINANCING. Private funds available - new or used equipment. $15,000 to $500,000. Call Al at 250-6755185, cel 250-253-1689 GET BACK ON TRACK! Bad credit? Bills? Unemployed? Need Money? We Lend! If you own your own home - you qualify. Pioneer Acceptance Corp. Member BBB. 1-877987-1420. GET BACK ON TRACK! Bad credit? Bills? Unemployed? Need Money? We Lend! If you own your own home - you qualify. Pioneer Acceptance Corp. Member BBB. 1-877987-1420.

Excavating & Drainage

Professionally Beautifying Properties for Over 27 Years. • Rock Walls • Utility Services • Site Prep • Terracing • Drainage • Pools 250-832-0707

Computer Services

Computer Services

Keystroke COMPUTER SERVICE rt Sma es! Renew and recharge your c i cho computer! Quality work at reasonable prices

New and used computers and extras 250-836-5300 John Schlosar, A+ Certified

Help Wanted

Guaranteed Record Removal since 1989. Confidential, Fast, & Affordable. Our A+BBB Rating assures EMPLOYMENT & TRAVEL FREEDOM. Call for FREE INFO. BOOKLET

1-8-NOW-PARDON (1-866-972-7366)

SHARON’S BOOKKEEPING Income Tax preparation and bookkeeping 250-836-2544

Cleaning Services

Financial Services

To apply please email: Jenni.Hicks@ or apply online at:

981 - 16th Street N.E., Salmon Arm V1E 2V2



Accounting/Tax/ Bookkeeping



International Forest Products Limited, Adams Lake Division is seeking a Payroll Administrator/HR assistant to join our team. The Adams Lake Division is located between Salmon Arm and Kamloops in the beautiful Shuswap region of British Columbia. In 2009 the Adams Lake operation successfully commissioned a new sawmill and is now a leader in safety, ef¿ciency and high value production. Those interested in joining this team must be safety leaders and must be ready to thrive in a fast paced, team oriented environment. Reporting to the Divisional Accountant, key responsibilities include: • bi-weekly hourly payroll processing • hourly bene¿t administration • HR communications and support work • various data entry including AP/AR The successful candidate will have: • Strong interpersonal, time management and multitasking skills • Excellent written and verbal communication skills • Solid computer skills – MS of¿ce suite, payroll systems, accounting systems • Basic accounting knowledge • Attention to detail and the ability to meet tight deadlines We offer a competitive salary and bene¿t package. If you believe that you have the skills and quali¿cations that we are looking for, your resume can be emailed in con¿dence by March 31, 2012 to: As only short list candidates will be contacted, we thank you in advance for your interest.

LANDSCAPE Gardener for Hire All aspects of gardening: -Spring/Fall cleanup -Planting & moving of plants -Weeding/gen. weekly maint. -Top dressing/soil amendment -Yard waste, dump runs -Veg garden planting & maint. Contact Coleen (250)832-7260


Garden & Lawn

Spring is on it’s way. Let us take care of your household. We use eco friendly products. Call Melissa (250)804-7979

Handypersons HANDYMAN FOR HIRE Reliable semi-retired gentleman will do any household fix-its. (250)675-3456 email: HELPING HANDS is back. Avail. for your spring jobs. Gardening, pressure wash, window wash, painting, fencing, dump runs, home repair & reno’s. Reasonable rates. Free est. call Jim @ (250)803-0019 YARD PRUNING SPRING SPECIAL Tree/Shrub Pruning. 40 years professional exp. Complimentary Consultations and estimates. Serving the Shuswap. Salmon Arm, Sicamous and Enderby Call 250-517-0634

Home Improvements ALL HOME RENOVATIONS & REPAIRS. Free estimates. Call Gary(250)253-4663

Misc Services FOOTCARE AVAILABLE AT LAKESIDE MANOR By Elaine Gale of Pedicare Junction. For appointment call 1-250-837-2242 or 1-250-814-4337 SHUSWAP BBQ & Catering offers southern bbq for all occasions. Check out our website at or call (250)803-8712

Garden & Lawn


Join our 2012 Team! The Quaaout Lodge and Talking Rock Golf Course are now hiring for the 2012 season. If you are passionate about providing a guest service experience that is second to none, then we want to meet you! P O S I T I O N S AVA I L A B L E :

Cook Prep Cook/Dishwasher Banquet Servers Servers Bartenders

Front Desk Agents Housekeeping Golf Shop Sales Associates Golf Guest Services Grounds Maintenance

1663 Little Shuswap Road West, Chase, BC 1-800-663-4303

TO APPLY: Please email your resumé to: Please specify the position you are applying for in the subject line of your email. We thank all interested applicants, however only those asked for an interview will be contacted.

• Shavings, Sawdust, Bark Mulch, Wood Chips (bulk/ mini bags) • Well Rotted Manure • Soils • Extra Clean Wheat Straw

Stanley Bland 832-6615 or 833-2449


• Bark Mulch • Shavings • Sawdust

250-260-0110 or 804-3030


Friday, March 30, 2012 Shuswap Market News


Merchandise for Sale

Merchandise for Sale

Real Estate

Real Estate



Painting & Decorating

Heavy Duty Machinery

Misc. for Sale

Houses For Sale

Mobile Homes & Parks

Apt/Condo for Rent

Commercial/ Industrial

& Commercial • Interior/Exterior

• Wallpapering • Drywall Repair • Professional Workmanship • Seniors Discounts

For Free Estimate call Lorraine

Cell 833-8009 Home 836-4154 Serving Sicamous & Area for 20+ Years

Pets & Livestock

Feed & Hay 14-800LB round bales $25. 55 lb. Square bales $3.50 Grindrod 250-832-4160 A horse quality orchardgrass, $5, & other quality $2-4/bale Al Fritzel (250)832-9070 3RD CROP grass silage approx 300 tons 250-546-6158 BLAND’S Farm Sales. Extra clean wheat straw phone(250)832-6615 (250)833-2449. Pick-up/del EXCELLENT 2nd crop Grass Hay, Barn stored, no rain 250546-6158 EXCELLENT Quality grass hay and grass alfalfa mix hay. No rain barn stored $4-$6 bale. Straw $5 bale. 250835-4748 or 250-833-9595 HAY Alfalfa grass mix small sq. 55-65lb. $5/bale. Other Quality $3.-$4. Phone Rick (250)833-4523

LOCAL Coin Collector, looking to buy collections, Mint & Proof sets, Accumulations, Olympic, Gold, Silver Coins Etc. Any amount. Please Call Chad at 250-863-3082.

CHASE 1201 Okanagan Ave. Apr 7-Apr 14 9am-2pm Furn, tools, and numerous Misc items. 250-679-8199 CHASE 335 Aspen Dr. Mar 30/Apr 1 8am-4pm rain or shine in closed garage Furn tools, mirrors, records, sewing machine, even elec typewriter. 250-679-2260 MOVING/Garage Sale: 3140 8Ave. NE, Mar 30/31, 9-5, ride on mower, furniture, tools. NO Early Birds! Multi family garage/shop sale tools, shop cabinets, hshld items Sat Mar 31 7am-3pm 679 Tappen Cemetary Rd. Shuswap Lake Health Care Auxiliary 9th annual garage, bake, book and silent auction. Friday Mar 30 5pm-8pm and Sat Mar 31 from 9am-4pm Picadilly Mall Proceeds go towards the purchase of equipment for our hospital For info Call Barb 250-832-3105


Real Estate


Best rate 5yr-3.39%OAC

Apt/Condos for Sale

Serving the Columbia-Shuswap since 1976.

2BDRM apt., avail. Apr 1, 191-4St. SE, NS, NP, $795/mo. (250)804-9627

Rates Consistently better than banks

(250)832-8766 Toll free 1-800-658-2345


Films, slides, photos & video transferred to DVD. Copies for gifts!

Commercial/ Industrial Property

Mobile Homes & Parks

BEAUTIFUL OAK corner, electric fireplace. Asking $375.00. 250-836-3955. FREEZER 20.3 cu. ft $700. Washer/dryer $300. Coffee tables wood/slate $750. 8’ Vanguard Camper $700. (250)833-4332 FULL SIZE Commercial gas pizza oven great shape $2750 OBO 250-804-4940 HOT TUB (SPA) COVERS. Best price. Best quality. All shapes & colours available. 1-866-652-6837

For Sale By Owner 5 KM to Revelstoke Mountain Resort. 0.565ac. unique lot. DUPLEX zoned. $259,000 Negotiable. (250) 515-3772 CUSTOM BUILT HOME 2400sqft. of living space plus double garage & workshop, 3bdrm., 2.5baths, large kitchen with lots of cabinets situated on .42acre backing on to the 12th fairway at Shuswap Lake Estates in Blind Bay.

A Must See! For Appt. to view call (250)675-4626

Houses For Sale

Ice Cream

Island Farms Classic $3.99 - 1.65l sale ends April 6


Home and Land Packages, Salmon Arm Available now!!! Don’t miss out!!!

Call 250-833-4728 We Create Quality Assured Custom Homes in 90 days and Relationships that last a lifetime - Guaranteed!!

3 Bdrm Mobile Home in Enderby. Avail Apr 1st! $850/mo includes pad rent only. 1100 sqft open floor plan, drywall throughout, washer/dryer, fridge/stove. A must see! Pls leave msg @ 832-1564

Heritage House on 1 acre

4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, hardwood floors, new windows, out buildings, carport, fully serviced 23’x33’ shop

$390,000 841 Foothill Road (250)833-4250 evenings

Pet Services


Monday to Friday

All Breeds including Cats & Large Dogs

Appointments necessary.

271A Trans-Can. Hwy. N.E. (across from KFC) • 250-832-0604

Misc Services

Misc Services

old gal says “GIT ‘ER DONE!”





suites in quiet adult NS, NP, seniors/professional building close to all amenities. Avail now 1 bdrm, and 2 Bdrm Unfurn. 1 Bdrm , 1 Bdrm + Den Furnished. Views McGuire Park and Shuswap Lake $795-$845/mo plus hydro. Ref req’d 250-833-9148 LGE 1 & 2 BDRM. BRIGHT apts. In suite storage, green space, live-in manager. Cable incl. Sicamous, 250-836-4516 or 250-804-5364.

STOREFRONT SPACE FOR LEASE. 360 Ross Street downtown SA. Retail or office. Call Keith (250)832-6060

Cottages / Cabins 2BDRM furnished cabin, NE SA, 1.5bath, $950/mo inc. util cable avail now (250)833-0373 ENDERBY Cute cabin, Forest Grove MHP, 1bdrm., N/S (250)838-6041

Misc for Rent 1 Bedroom, 1 Bath + Den in Cedar Heights

3 Bedroom, 2 Bath on 18th Street

2 Bedroom, 2 Bath condo, close to malls

3 Bedroom, 3 Bath in Cedar Heights

Commercial/ Industrial

Call Al Bingham (250)804-6216

1350 SQ. FT. retail or office space Downtown location 250307-2431 1-3 Bay-Light Industrial in downtown SA. Prime area between two malls. Zoned C-3. Terms negotiable. (250)5153772 or (250)832-8220 COMMERCIAL office space for lease Main Street, Sicamous one block up from Channel. Prime location. Ideal for professional, medical, office. Could include manager/owner suite. $12/sqft. plus OC. Call Keith (250)832-6060 DOWNTOWN Salmon Arm. Up to 1600 sqft. $9.50/sqft plus t-net. Parking. Ph 250832-3277 DOWNTWN Office in light industrial park. $495/478 sq. ft. 2 rooms + bthrm. Parking, incl triple net & elec. Rent neg. Sq. ft. approx. (250) 515-3772 or (250) 832-8220

2 BDRM. HOME $600/mo. + util. 3 bdrm. home $700/mo. + util. in Sicamous. 250-3090975. CHASE 2Bdrm 2 bath 5 appl NP NS DD and Ref’s req Adult oriented. Avail Apr 15 250679-3359

Interior South

Interior South

Mobile Homes & Pads NEWER 16x46 Moduline home, 55plus park, valley & mountain view, maintenance free landscaping. Only $53,500. 250-835-2366 email:

Modular Homes

2899 Sundance Rd., Sicamous

Apt/Condo for Rent 1 BDRM. grd flr across fr City Hall adult, N/S, pets neg, $690/mo 250-833-0420 or 250-804-4414 2BDRM, 2bath, Cambridge Court, gas FP, $1000/mo + util (inc gas & water) NS, NP, (250)675-2385 2BDRM close to downtown, NS, NP, $795/mo., hot water included (250)955-0774 AVAILABLE immediately, spacious 2bdrm. apt., downtown SA, $850/mo., +DD & ref’s, (250)307-2431 LARGE 1bdrm apt. $695/mo Salmon Arm near Down Town, N/S, N/P. (1-250)955-0774 SICAMOUS:CLEAN & QUIET 1 bdrm. apt. $600/mo. N.P. N.S. 250-836-2641



RESTAURANT THE CHOPPED LEAF • KELOWNA, BC THURSDAY, APRIL 5 • 6P0M As Directed by Interior Bailiffs, Dodds Will Auction the Restaurant Equipment & Furnishings of The Chopped Leaf. All Equipment is Very Clean, Newer Equip.

Partial List Includes: 3 - True 4’ Ref. Prep Tables, 2 - Tame Double Door Coolers, 2 - Uniwell DX 890 Touch Screen Terminals with Cash Drawers & 3 Printers, Under Counter Ice-o-Matic Ice Machine, 2 Pannini Grills, 2 - Soup Pot Warmers, Amana Microwave, Juice Machine, 3 Tub Stainless Steel Sink with Sprayer, Sink with Cutting Table, Stainless Steel Tables, Dunn Coffee Maker, Signs & Pictures, Stainless Steel Shelves, Metal Racks, Stools & Chairs, Tables, Dishes, Utensils, Rolling Cart, Home Theatre System & More.

The Chopped Leaf 243 Bernard Ave., Kelowna, BC Date: Thursday, April 5 Time: 6:00 PM Viewing: All day Thursday, April 5

Sale conducted by Dodds Auction

View Photos @ (Special Auction)

250 833-5668

Bright, spacious 1 & 2 bedroom apartments Close to town, family owned & operated newer apartment buildings. Includes F/S/DW/AC/HW NS, NP. Available March 1 $720 & $825 respectively (250)803-1694

FOR Rent: updated 2bdrm mobile on 20 acres, Grandview Bench area. Set up for horses, detached shop, 3 stall barn, paddocks, fenced, avail. immed., (1-250)862-6249


Grumpy Old Man • Building Projects • Home Improvements • Repairs, Renovations • Too many years experience fixing old houses • Local References


Pet Services


SHUSWAP RIDGE Quality Townhomes in Salmon Arm. Great location 2751 15 Ave NE Near high school. 3 styles. Prices $320,900-$359,000. (250)-833-100


BAYS For lease and also licensed restaurant 97BHwy 250-832-3829


Garage Sales

3BDRM Plus den professionally renod in 2010 with new roof, windows, siding and flooring. Drywall throughout. Covered cedar deck open concept layout new wired workshop, chain link fence, mature landscaped yard. Desirable Mobile Park in Salmon Arm. $78,500 OBO. 250-833-9270

Misc. Wanted

Merchandise for Sale

BLACK rubber HD stall or trailer mats 5’x6’ 6 @ $25 ea 250-804-2760 DEHUMIDIFIER Simplicity 38 Auto $100 250-804-2760


ANTIQUE AUCTION Sunday. April 1, 12pm Visit: No Buyer Fee 250-835-2126

$100 & Under



Shop from home!

the Video Man

Pet Services

ANTIQUE AUCTION Sunday, April 1, 12pm Visit: No Buyer Fee 250-835-2126

Custom order your new home today!

WELL Rotted garden manure, Top soils & bark mulch. Phone Stanley Bland (250)832-6615 or (250)833-2449

Ron Marchand

NEW LAKESIDE GROOMING Certified with over 20yrs. experience. In home one on one care & service. No cages. Hand drying only. By appointment only. (250)832-8845

3 male Shit-tzu Bechon cross puppies, 10wks old, multi-colored, $350. (250)835-8616 Havanese & Bichon Pups available, good disposition, family oriented, first shots, dewormed, micro chipped for Identification. For more info and pricing call 250-832-4923 or email: N&T CANINE CARE Daycare, boarding, grooming. Visit our webpage: 250-835-0136 With Dignity & Understanding. N&T PET CREMATION SERVICES call 250-835-0136

PHASE 3 NOW OPEN 10 mins. to downtown Vernon, Boat Launch, Spallumcheen Golf & Country Club, O’Keefe Ranch just minutes away.

PTi1 Segway, personal transporter, Need wheels? Get mobile! Save those steps at home, on the job. Used 2yrs. $4500. obo Cell (250)5179552 or (250)832-3615

Misc. for Sale

2530 SQ. FT. 22 gauge, new metal roofing. Asking $2530.00. Call 250-836-3657.


Coyote Crossing Villas

POWER Juicer Jack LaLanne. New $50; Bike 7 spd. Unisex Suede Giant Easy Rider. Well Maintained $95 2008 Model 250-804-1040


nt iscou $D ting$$ $ ain P • Residential

Ladies’ mountain bike, AxionIron Horse, almost new (pd $400), $200 OBO. 26” Acer LCD TV, $140. 250-832-2231.

A- STEEL SHIPPING STORAGE CONTAINERS / Bridges / Equipment Wheel loaders JD 644E & 544A / 63’ & 90’ Stiff boom 5th wheel crane trucks/Excavators EX200-5 & 892D-LC / Small forklifts / F350 C/C “Cabs”20’40’45’53’ New/ Used/ Damaged /Containers Semi Trailers for Hiway & StorageCall 24 Hrs 1-866-528-7108 Delivery BC and AB A- STEEL SHIPPING STORAGE CONTAINERS / Bridges / Equipment Wheel loaders JD 644E & 544A / 63’ & 90’ Stiff boom 5th wheel crane trucks/Excavators EX200-5 & 892D-LC / Small forklifts / F350 C/C “Cabs”20’40’45’53’ New/ Used/ Damaged /Containers Semi Trailers for Hiway & StorageCall 24 Hrs 1-866-528-7108 Delivery BC and AB

Call 1-866-545-3259 • 250-545-3259 Viewing all day Thursday, April 5

BEAUTIFUL CURB APPEAL! Well kept cedar home with full basement. 4 bdrms., 2 baths, New roof and windows in 2007! 20 X 20 garage, 28 X 9 back deck. 5 minutes to town! Close to snowmobiling location, Mara & Shuswap Lakes, shopping & schools.



Call Charlotte Hutchinson Personal Real Estate Corporation


1-800-582-8639 CELL 250-833-6545 OFFICE 250-836-2223 at Mara Lake INDEPENDENTLY OWNED AND OPERATED

Misc. for Sale

Misc. for Sale

Shuswap Market News Friday, March 30, 2012

Rentals A25





Want to Rent

Auto Financing

Homes for Rent

Suites, Lower

Suites, Lower

2-2Bdrm Houses, in Salmon Arm Close to school and store 250-832-3829 2BDRM Cottage on a fishing lake in Turtle Valley, Chase Avail Apr 1, 1 yr. Lease 250679-3950 2BDRM. mobile, Silver Creek, 15min. to SA, country setting, NS, NP, storage shed, suitable for single or mature couple, long term preferred, pasture for horse neg., $750/mo. + util. (250)549-0738 2BDRM newer home DT Salmon Arm Avail Apr 1 Working single or couple NS Laundry $1000/mo. + util ref’s & DD (250)833-4618 2-bdrm plus attic house close to lake in Canoe. (Salmon Arm) large fenced yard close to bus stop Avail Immed. $950, (250)546-8129 3 BDRM, Eagle Bay, fantastic lakeview home, large covered deck, wood burning fireplace. Rancher style with a fully finished basement. Large, detached double wide garage. N/S, N/P, $1075/month. Call Cheryl at 250-675-3432. BLIND Bay 2Bdrm semi lakefront Avail Apr 15/May 1 pets neg. $750/mo 250-319-6366 COZY 3bdrm., den, fenced yard, walk to town, covered deck, single car garage, NS, Avail May 1 Pets negotiable $1200. NICE 1700 sq ft mobile on 2 acres. 3brm, 1 bath, lrg deck, lrg addition, 5 newer appl, wood stove. Horses, pets ok. Horse shelter/hay shed, access to trails. $ 1000/mo + util. NS. DD + refs reqd. 25 min S of SA. 250 379 2614. SEMI beachfront top flr. house $900/mo. 2bdrm., lrg deck, 1100sq.ft, internet, W/D/DW, dock, 10 min. from Tappen, NS, NP, ref’s req’d. (604)6121715 or (604)861-6254

BLIND Bay: newer 1bdrm basement suite, $600. inc util & satellite NP(1-250)675-5068 CHASE: 2bdrm newly decorated N/S, N/P, W/D, heat included. $700/mo + DD. Refs req. Adult oriented (250)679-8578 (250)319-3706 CHASE deluxe 1200 sq. ft. suite. Inc. utili, cable, internet & laundry. Working or retired person, DD, ref. Avail. May 1. $775. per mth. (250)679-8377 DAYLIGHT 1bdrm. suite, level entry, parking, large kit., lots of storage, SW SA on bus rte., cable/util/int incl., refs req’d, pets neg., $789/mo Rent neg. NS, No Parties (250)515-2343 Enderby (rural) 1bdrm $650, Bachelor $450. both incl all util, sat/int., 250-558-9171. Lakeveiw 2-bdrm ground level suite, avail. Apr.1, walk to town, basic cable incl. util. extra. NS/NP, DD req’d, $800/mo. 250-832-6684 LEVEL entry, 800sqft., 1bdrm, newer building, F/S/DW/W/D, $875/mo. incl. gas & hydro. Call Lyle (250)833-6097 LOVELY 1bdrm. walkout suite w/patio, gas f/p, walk to town, $675/mo. + half util., NS, no drugs, pet neg., ideal for mature, responsible single person, ref’s req., avail. March 1st (250)832-7754 SUITS Senior all appl, util incl 1 block to DT pte entr $550/mo 250-833-4860

MODERN daylight suite, 5min walk to town, suitable for 1person, incl. W/D, cable, internet, built in vac & all util., NP, NS, $700/mo. (250)804-8038

Senior Assisted Living

Senior Assisted Living

Rooms for Rent ROOMS Avail in Enderby. $300-375. Incl access to kitchen area, and laundry facilities. 509 Mill Ave. right DT 1 block from the traffic light. 250-8380587 for details.

Suites, Lower 1BDRM HILLCREST: Level entry, util. Wifi and cable incl., laundry, NS, NP, avail. immed. $650/mo. (250)832-2052 1BDRM spacious new daylight basement suite walking distance to DT . Carport. Private Entrance Alarm Cable internet util incl. NP NS Ref’s Requ’d $750/mo. Also avail bach suite w/same as above $550/mo Call 250-833-8588 1or 2bdrm Fr/St WD in town garage Suits single $750/mo NS NP Cat OK. 250-833-5555 2Bdrm (Larger) S Canoe. NS, $900. mth incl utilities. (250) 832-0013 2BDRM., W/D, No Pets, NS, near college, $800/mo. inc gas & hydro (250)832-8962 BACH suite Avail Apr 1. Private entrance. $600/mo incl. util. F&S. 1 person only. Close to DT and College. ref’s please Call BRAD 1-877-832-2723 BLIND Bay, 1100sqft, 2bdrm, 2 bath, appls, shared laundry, fenced yard, sundeck, lakeview, private entrance. $900/mo, NS, NP, DD + utilities (250)253-7865

NEWLY renovated 1,100 sq.ft daylight basement suite, town & mall close. A real must see! $1,100/mo. incl. util. Available now. 1 250-833-8966

DAILY, weekly, monthly. Room and board. Single or Double Private bdrm, living room, bath inc. sat. TV, wifi, (250)804-5545

MATURE, employed couple w/ 2 M. sized dogs seeking rental (May thru Aug). Biking distance

to Salmon Arm preferred. Furnished or unfurnished. Local references avail.

Auto Loans or We Will Pay You $1000

All Makes, All Models. New & Used Inventory. 1-888-229-0744 or apply on line at: (click credit approval)


Auto Accessories/Parts V6 Chrysler Van Motor good running order. 250-832-3829

Auto Financing

Suites, Upper


Must be employed w/ $1800/mo. income w/ drivers license. DL #30526

SHIFT AUTO FINANCE Get Approved Today! CREDIT DOESN’T MATTER.. For The Best Interest Rate Call: 1.877.941.4421

YOU’RE APPROVED Poor, Good, OR No Credit at AUTO CREDIT NOW DL9597 Details and APPLY online OR TOLL FREE 1-877-356-0743

GLENEDEN: 2bdrm. dw, w/d, gas fp, garage, storage, N/S, N/P, $1000/mo util inc. avail Feb 1 (250)832-5484 WHITE Lake: bachelor suite, f/s, w/d, f/p, all in., $600/mo. (250)803-4632 leave msg.

Townhouses 2BDRM., downtown SA, W/D, F/S, DW, AC $875/mo., DD, NS, NP, avail. April 15th, ref’s req., (250)832-6991 2 bdrm ground level Townhouse, Salmon Arm, harbourfront, excellent condition, all appliances, covered parking, adult oriented, N/S, N/P, $850 250-803-0019

Cars - Domestic DreamCatcher Auto Loans “0” Down, Bankruptcy OK Cash Back ! 15 min Approvals

1-800-910-6402 DL# 7557

trying to buy a vehicle but have


#225 - Studio Suite 356 sq. ft., Scenic view $1850/mo. #120 - 1 Bdrm. Suite 545 sq. ft., Corner unit $2350/mo. #333 - 2 Bdrm. Suite 666 sq. ft., Scenic view $2850/mo. • All Suites have Kitchenettes and Walk-in showers • Price includes Meals, Housekeeping, Heat, Hydro, Emergency Pendant and 24-hr. Onsite Care Aide • Assisted Living Services Available

1994 Ford Mustang V6 RWD 70km on new engine. $1000 in winter tires/rims. Amp & Subs. $2700 obo (250)517-9412

Auto Financing


has a great selection of both new and pre-owned trucks, sport utilities and car’s, and with our proven track record of finance approvals, we are confident that you will be enjoying your new summer ride soon! We look forward to earning your business and hope to see you soon.

Call Brenda or Lisa at 250-832-8053 Toll Free 1-888-832-8053




Misc for Rent

Misc for Rent



An application has been received by the Liquor Control and Licensing Branch, Victoria, B.C., from K. Chahal. The proposed location for the licence is 1277 Trans Canada Highway, Sorrento, BC. This licence class permits all types of liquor to be served. Proposed hours of sale are between 11:00 am to 1:00 am Monday to Sunday. Person capacity will be limited to 125 persons inside and 40 on the exterior patio.

• 2 Bdrm. House - 33 Street SE • 2 Bdrm. House - Myers Frontage, Tappen




2005 HONDA VTX-1800R CRUISER-MINT, red, tons of chrome, 13,500km, windshield, light bar, back rest/carrier roll bars, hwy pegs, ABS hard bags, fender rail $8200. (250)803-4363

Recreational/Sale 13’ Bowler Trailer, stove, 3way fridge, custom awning, 1000w inverter, stereo syst., heater, spare tire, solar pn., $4250. ALSO 1973 32ft. Airstream 4burner stove, fridge, furnace, ac, $4250. (250)832-6605 18’ 4 Winds travel trailer, only used 5times, purchased new, $14,000. obo (250)675-3391 1988 23’ Prowler 5th Wheel. V.G. cond. Near new tires, awning, 4 burner stove, oven, fridge, furnace. $3595. OBO (250)835-4651 1998 16’ Travelaire Rustler, like new condition, $6900. (250)577-3488

CAMPION Allante 170 Bowrider w/Yamaha 115 V-4 outboard motor, brand new prop, XMPINC wakeboard tower, all new custom fit travel covers, EZload trailer w/new tires plus spare, seats 8, great family boat, many more extras $8000. (250)832-2960


Legal Notices Black Diamond BC Local Soil

3 bags for $10

Scrap Car Removal SCRAP BATTERIES WANTED We buy scrap batteries from cars & trucks & heavy equipment. $4.00 each. Free pick-up anywhere in BC, Minimum 10. Call Toll Free 1.877.334.2288

Legal Notices

Legal Notices

REGIONAL DISTRICT OF NORTH OKANAGAN 9848 Aberdeen Road, Coldstream, BC V1B 2K9 Phone: 250-550-3700 / Fax: 250-550-3701



743 Okanagan Avenue, Chase, BC


Pursuant to Section 187(3) of the Local Government Act, Notice is hereby given that the Regional District of North Okanagan [RDNO] wishes to dispose of an old heritage barn located at 3691 Powerhouse Road, Spallumcheen, BC through moving the building off-site, or by deconstruction to salvage most of the wood and other material. Proposals will be accepted at the following address, or by email, up to 4:00 p.m. local time, Friday, April 27, 2012: Attention: Nicole Kohnert, P.Eng. 9848 Aberdeen Road, Coldstream, BC V1B 2K9 Phone: 250-550-3741 Proposals shall include full contact information, a full and detailed description of the project and timeframe to complete the project, and all costs or benefits to the RDNO. Disposal of material must be minimized. Please register your interest by contacting Nicole Kohnert before April 18 so that an on-site meeting can be arranged.

Residents and owners of businesses located within a 0.5 mile (0.8 km) radius of the proposed site may comment on this proposal by writing to:

• 3 Bdrm. House - Old Salmon Arm Rd., Enderby

THE GENERAL MANAGER c/o Senior Licensing Analyst LIQUOR CONTROL and LICENSING BRANCH PO Box 9292 Victoria, BC V8W 9J8

• 1 & 2 Bdrm. Apt. - Shuswap Street SW • 2 Bdrm. Apt. - 420 4 Avenue SE


Commercial Solutions

Office: Direct: 250•832•7051 250•832•8220

To ensure the consideration of your views, your letter must be received on or before April 28, 2012. Your name(s) and address must be included. Please note that your comments may be made available to the applicant or local government officials where disclosure is necessary to administer the licensing process.

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Salmon Arm Observer, March 30, 2012  

March 30, 2012 edition of the Salmon Arm Observer