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Tim Hortons to open in Kitimat Dec.1 Sean Glanville Local company Jack Oviatt Contracting has been awarded the contract to build the new Tim Horton’s in Kitimat. The company began breaking ground for the new restaurant last Monday. Before year’s end, coffee lovers here in Kitimat will no longer have to drive to Terrace to get their caffeine fix from the Canadian icon. The Tim Hortons which will be built next to Hollywood Video in the City Centre Mall, is scheduled to open December 1. “It will be an early Christmas present for me and Kitimat,” said mayor Joanne Monaghan. “They (Tim Hortons) told me they are opening December 1st. All kinds of glitches can happen but that’s what they’re hoping for.” When Monaghan announced in the Fall of 2011 that Tim Hortons was coming to town, a hand-
ful of residents were skeptical it was a ploy to get re-elected. “I was told over and over that it (Tim Hortons) was my pipedream because I only said it because I wanted to get re-elected and I thought it was going to be a good election ploy,” laughed Monaghan. “I got a letter from Tim Hortons saying they were going to build here and nobody would believe me.” Mall owner Jerry Minni plans to open up the Tim Hortons and later on the M Hotel which also will be constructed at City Centre Mall. The hotel will have 44 guest rooms, a lobby and a conference room. The breezeway will also become enclosed, lighted and accessible to the public at all times. There will also be modifications to the storefronts under it.
The heavy machinery was in operation Monday morning breaking ground on the site of the new Tim Hortons. The restaurant is scheduled to open December 1. Sean Glanville
City to begin wading pools repairs Sean Glanville Cori Boguski’s and Sharon Reece’s presentation to Council back on Monday, July 16 helped save and will eventually resurrect the wading pools at Chilko and Heron Park from being decommissioned. At the Committee of the Whole meeting on July 23rd Council was supplied with a memo about what it would take to bring the wading pools up to code. The motion for the pools to be maintained and kept open was called and carried. Council had set aside $25,000 to demolish the local landmarks but that money will now be put towards restoring the pools. “We had a budget of $25,000 for demolition of the wading pools which we will now put into repairing the pools. We will see how far that money will go and the Lions Club can also help,” said mayor Joanne Monaghan. The question being asked by many was why not wait to start construction on the wading pools until next summer. Being already August and the average annual closing date for the pools being August 17, that leaves little or no time for citizens to enjoy the pools after the two week construction period. Monaghan explained how moving forward with the project this year instead of waiting until 2013 did have its advan-
tages. They already had the money set aside for demolition at their disposal and starting construction this month will give them a better idea of any additional costs needed to bring the pools up to code. She also mentioned that the two weeks they put in now will put them ahead when they continue the project next summer. “I’m sure we will have to put some more money into it, but if we can get something happening this year and then go further next year is our goal,” said Monaghan. The issue of typical weathering such
as frost and thawing in regards to having this winter set back any work being done now, Monaghan feels would be minimal. “When you have frost and thawing it damages things but the pools have done pretty well over the years,” said Monaghan. “They do have glitches like rebar showing and things have to be covered up to make it safe.” Leisure Services Director Martin Gould and his staff will be given the task of restoring the pools and are scheduled to begin construction immediately. The mayor did not rule out the even-
The Heron Park wading pool seen here has been sitting idle for three consecutive summers. City council recently decided to restore the pool. Sean Glanville
tual possibility of Kitimat building a spray park. Unlike the wading pools, a spray park would not have the headaches over having a lifeguard on duty and the uncertainty of having a summer worker on call pending weather. “In the future council may decide that it wants to do a spray park instead and that would be very good, kids really enjoy those and it’s much safer,” explained Monaghan. The memo Council were presented with reported costs of operating the pools in past years, which Councillor Mary Murphy described as ‘reasonable.’ However, it was the repair bill that raised some eyebrows with costs estimated from $75,000 to $250,000, citing the majority of repairs were due to ‘tripping hazards.’ “I think it’s reasonable, there might be something we can do to raise some funds to keep them,” said Murphy. The reason for the major discrepancy in the cost estimate was dependent on the guidance of Council. They have the option of patching up and repairing the pools or elect to dismantle them and build a spray park which would require no lifeguards. Despite the higher costs, the spray park could easily be the best long term solution.
Dix enjoys breakfast with Council...page 5
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ing the suspect(s) and/ or vehicle in this incident. On July 14, Kitimat RCMP were called to the Hirsch Creek Golf and Winter Club in regards to two males joy riding in golf carts on the greens. It was later found that approximately four golf carts were used, and that the golf cart compound was broken into. The greens were damaged and there was one missing golf cart which was later found with extensive damage at Johnâ€™s Sandpit on Forest Ave. At this time the Kitimat RCMP are seeking the help of the public in assisting with
Police Beat On Thursday, July 26 Kitimat RCMP were called to the water fountain at Centennial Park in regards to an offensive saying spray painted on the brick wall. The incident occurred between July 25 and 26. At this time Kitimat RCMP are seeking the help of the public in assisting with identifying the person or persons involved. The Kitimat RCMP are investigating a theft
that occurred at some time between July 20 and July 22. A green pontoon boat was stolen from a property on Greyling Avenue in Cable car Subdivision along with fishing gear. As the boat would not have likely been removed from the property without a vehicle, it may have been witnessed at some point during the transport. Kitimat RCMP are requesting the publicâ€™s assistance in identify-
identifying the person nor personâ€™s involved. Damage was caused to four buses parked at the bus terminal on Lahakas Avenue in the early morning hours of August 2. Oil dipsticks were stolen from three of the busses and a pressurized diesel line was cut on another. It is believed that the vandal(s) may have returned home smelling of diesel fuel. Anyone with information regarding the following incidents are asked to contact the Kitimat RCMP at 250632-7111 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222TIPS (8477).
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Sean Glanville over my handlebars,” says Parsons. A Kitimat woman suffered a nas“I was going down the hill and all ty spill cycling last Sunday leaving of a sudden next thing I knew I was her needing surgery on her wrist. lying on the cement saying to myself 26-year-old Emily Parsons, an ‘Am I gonna walk away from this or experienced cyclist, suffered a mal- do I really need an ambulance?’” function on her bike which led to her Luckily for Parsons, the accident flying right over top of her handle- occurred at the towns busiest interbars. section and she had immediate help Parsons was taken by ambulance from local residents. to Kitimat General Hospital with a She described the response from fractured wrist, which required sur- citizens as something ‘right out of a gery and two permanent pins. first aid class.’ After being discharged from the “Very quickly there was a lot of hospital, Parsons learned her family trained first aid people right around and friends were me. extremely worried There was a gentlefor her after a loman who held my hand “Everyone knew cal media outlet and a firefighter from Terwhat they were doing race who called the amhad reported online that she had bulance and did C Spine and it was absolutely been struck by a on me, another woman wonderful.” vehicle. who was a level 3 first aid -Emily Parsons, cyclist attendant from RTA (Rio “I was at the hospital waiting Tinto Alcan) who also for surgery and stopped,” said Parsons. people came in “It was right out of a saying they heard I was hit by a car first aid class and it was absolutely and then I was picking up my pre- excellent. Everyone reassured me scriptions and my neighbours said that everything would be fine and that too, so I was trying to figure out they all knew what they were doing why everyone kept asking me if I was and it was absolutely wonderful.” hit by a car,” says Parsons. Parsons even had somebody drive “A vehicle stopped and parked her bike to her home. behind me to stop traffic, but I was She has been hooked on cycling not struck by a vehicle.” ever since she took part in a 200-km Parsons was cycling down Haisla fundraiser last summer for the AlberBoulevard when she stood up on her ta Cancer Society. bike to gain momentum so she could She credits wearing her helmet as get through the second set of lights a major blessing. at Lahakas Boulevard without stop“I’m aware of how to ride corping. rectly and there was no other vehicles Suddenly she found herself lay- around me it was just a freak acciing on the pavement. dent,” said Parsons. “My gear jammed and it stopped “Having my helmet on was defimy bike instantly, my chain slipped nitely my saving grace or else I’d have off and my foot went past the pedal a very bad brain injury for sure.” and because I was going so fast I went She hopes to spread the word on
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Put funding into a spray park I’ve been trying to wrap my head around the entire wading pools issue. In 2010 Council decided to axe the maintenance of the pools from their budget. Now in their third year of being idle, Council decided to tear up the pools as they were becoming an eyesore. When Sharon Reece and Cori Boguski spoke to council in mid-July they were able to save the pools from being decommissioned. My question is, “Why after not using these pools for three years, do residents finally speak up now?” I’m a big fan of the proposed spray park idea. My daughters go to the spray park in Williams Lake all the time and love it. Perhaps the money spent on fixing the pools should all go towards a spray park. The pools require a lifeguard on duty and previous annual reports say they are lucky to be in operation 22 days of the year. Being weather dependent, they also require having a lifeguard on call. My apartment is on Kingfisher Avenue close to the Heron Park wading pool and I decided to drive over to see the existing damage to the pool and get a photo. First thing I noticed was for such a large park there is nowhere to park a vehicle. Heron Avenue is the closest spot and it has a little round-about at the end of the cul-de-sac where there is minimal room to park. The idea likely was that when the park was built the majority of people walked a lot more and the concrete walking paths do converge on it. The Nechako Mall area, which citizens tell me was once a very vibrant spot, is now in need of a revitalization. I like the idea of putting a spray park at the existing Heron Park. There is plenty of room to build an accessible and inviting parking lot to accompany a spray park and this would infuse some much needed life into the area. At the last Council meeting Luis Teves mentioned how he doesn’t hear the sound of kids playing here like in the past. A new spray park would attract hundreds of kids and their parents out on a hot summer day. Heron Park at the corner of Kingfisher Avenue and Nalabila Boulevard is probably the ideal central spot for a spray park. There are hundreds of residents in the Nechako and Whitesail areas that are all a five minute walk or less from the park. Kildala residents would be on the short end if the wading pool on Chilko were decommissioned, but I’m sure they would gladly take the trade off to drive three minutes uptown to enjoy a modern spray park. Sean Glanville
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Air Canada a puzzling company I’ve always felt a bit of an affinity for travelling Air Canada – maybe because it was the airline that brought me to Canada over 50 years ago, an exciting trip on a prop-driven Super-Constellation. However I have to say that affinity has dwindled and vanished along CZ"MMBO)FXJUTPO with Air Canada’s performance in the market... panies and also to establish a low-cost subsidFor one thing, my recent air trip to Scot- iary, both of which could help it to cut costs. land would have cost twice as much, at least, The big carriers are supposed to provide the had I chosen to travel on AC – and I don’t know best service, but the low-cost carriers rank many retired people who are willing to permit highest in customer satisfaction in a recent J.D. loyalty to cost them 100 per cent more. Power and Associates’ annual survey of airline The world of commercial aviation, these passengers. days, is like a highway in Kabul – riddled with The survey showed the low-cost carriers IEDs than can blow the legs off your budget. scored 751 on a 1,000 point scale, up 10 points O. K., maybe a poor analogy – but the from a year ago while major carriers dropped battle between airlines for business and non- to 651. So no doubt the lower cost carriers are business passengers’ dollars is indeed a war – doing something right. and Air Canada often seems to be armed with Overall, among the traditional network a knife in a gunfight. airlines, Alaska Airlines topped the list at 680. The company’s new labour contract with Air Canada, to its credit, was second with a its pilots gives the country’s biggest airline a score of 678. Air Canada and Alaska Airlines, little more leeway to offset increased compe- however were well back in customer satisfactition and maybe even return a profit. Basi- tion ranks, both well behind winner, Jetblue cally, with government assistance AC stiffed and Westjet, in third position. One common its pilots at the bargaining table when a gov- denominator is that passengers don’t like fees ernment-appointed arbitrator selected the air- and charges added to their tickets, the survey line’s contract proposal over one submitted by found. its pilots union because it would better ensure With all this controversy, however, I was the economic viability and competitiveness of not terribly impressed by a bulk Web-saver Air Canada, as opposed to what was possibly e-mail from Air Canada I just received confair and right. taining an offer of a bonus discount of 15 per The Air Canada version of the contract cent for travel in Canada from September to aims at outsourcing more flying to other com- December.
I see a “bargain” trip from Terrace to Edmonton costs $420 each way per person ($840 return) – while my return trip to Scotland from Vancouver cost more than $200 less per person. Why, I don’t know... If this is Air Canada competing and still losing money – well, I repeat, I’m just not impressed. Particularly by the argument that these offers were to “celebrate” the Canadian Olympic and Canadian Paralympic teams. So, Edmonton, when I come I’ll be driving in my truck. On another subject, the London Olympics is creating lots of news -- some on and some off the competition surface... Competitors at the “friendly” games have been ejected for racist Twitter remarks, several were despatched early for doping offences, an Iranian boxer wouldn’t participate in the ring ceremonies after being disqualified for “holding” and eight female doubles badminton players were judged ineligible to move forward and turfed from the games for deliberately “losing” matches to improve their draws in upcoming rounds. At first, I wasn’t really able to find out what happened after the initial decision not to permit a female Saudi Arabian judoka to compete wearing her hijab ... but as I expected in these grey areas the rules were relaxed to allow the hijab to be worn... a year after an Iranian team was banned from a soccer competition for the same reasons. Is this progress or persuasion or just a matter of commonsense in today’s weird world? firstname.lastname@example.org
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Dix enjoys breakfast with Council Sean Glanville NDP leader Adrian Dix was in Kitimat Monday morning to speak with Kitimat City Council and First Nations leaders. All parties involved met for breakfast Monday morning at a local restaurant. Dix hoped to get further insight from communities that would be most affected by the Enbridge Northern Gateway Pipeline project. A number of other topics concerning the community were touched on as well. “We talked about the economic development that’s happening here, the explosion of the community, the lack of hospitalisation, the lack of schooling, and there will probably be eventually a lack of housing and those types of things,” said Kitimat mayor Joanne Monaghan. “The meeting went well, it was very cordial.” Dix began his northern trek last weekend, arriving in Terrace Sunday and Kitimat the following day. After Monday’s sit down breakfast Dix planned to board a boat and head out on the Douglas Channel.
The journey would follow the path of Enbridge’s proposed Northern Gateway oil pipeline. starting the route tankers will potentially take out of the Kitimat. “I’m going to go to Klemtu and Bella Bella to spend time in the region to understand the impact that Enbridge Northern Gateway would have on our coast. It’s the reason why we’ve had a moratorium on supertankers on that part of the coast.” Dix says the trip isn’t about politics, but about getting a first-hand look at the effects a project like Enbridge would have. “We want to draw attention to the real issues around Enbridge Northern Gateway, not the premier’s latest position, but our environment, our economy, our ecology.” For those who say the pipeline would bring jobs and a badly-needed economic boost to the area, Dix argues some very important industries -- such as fishing and tourism -- would suffer economically if the $5.5 billion deal passes. “We’re talking here about the Great Bear Rainforest. It
has a very important appeal for tourism,” believes Dix. “People have been living off fishing for a generation. That’s been put at risk.” Dix also plans to mobi-
lize people across the province against the pipeline and correct what he says is the “misconception that people in the region are against economic development.”
“In fact the coastal First Nations and many other First Nations support the development of the LNG project out of Kitimat because the risks are very, very different.”
NW fire prohibiton now on The Northwest Fire Centre would like to remind the public that all open fires are now prohibited within the Northwest Fire Centre, with the exception of the former North Coast Forest District. Two industrial operations are currently exempted from this prohibition, including one at Long Lake (north of Stewart) and one southwest of Bob Quinn. This prohibition is to help prevent humancaused wildfires and protect public safety. The prohibition will remain in place until August 31, 2012, or until the public is oth-
erwise notified. Specifically, this prohibits: * The burning of any waste, slash or other material. * The burning of stubble or grass. * The use of fireworks or burning barrels of any size or description. This prohibition does not include campfires, gas or propane cooking stoves, or briquettes. Campfires must not be larger than 0.5 metres by 0.5 metres in size. People lighting a campfire must maintain a fireguard by removing flammable debris from around the campfire area
and must have a hand tool or at least eight litres of water available nearby to properly extinguish the fire. Campfires should not be lit or kept burning during windy conditions. Never leave a fire unattended. Make sure that the fire is completely extinguished and the embers are cold before leaving the area. This prohibition covers all BC Parks, Crown and private lands, but does not apply within the boundaries of local governments that have forest fire prevention bylaws and are serviced by a fire department. Please check
with civic authorities for any prohibitions before lighting a fire. Anyone found in contravention of an open fire prohibition may be issued a ticket for $345 or, if convicted in court, be fined up to $100,000 and sentenced to one year in jail. Anyone who causes a wildfire through arson or recklessness can be fined up to $1 million or spend three years in prison and be held accountable for associated firefighting costs. A map of the affected areas covered by the prohibition is available online at www.bcwildfire.ca
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JRP hearings to bypass Kitimat Sean Glanville Mayor and council have learned that Kitimat will be bypassed during the Joint Review Panel final hearings on the Enbridge Northern Gateway Project. Given the significant impact this project will have on Kitimat, council has sent a letter to the National Energy Board in Calgary requesting they reconsider their decision. The District of Kitimat was dumbfounded as to why they would exclude the most critical location in the Northern Gateway Project. Enbridge’s pipelines will terminate in Kitimat, and the new marine terminal for shipping bitumen and receiving condensate will be located here.
“Our community will not only be subjected to the risks posed by the two pipelines, but also is the only community along the pipeline route that will be assuming risks associated with tanker traffic in Douglas Channel”, said mayor Joanne Monaghan. Council’s letter also mentions they understand that the Joint Review Panel chooses appropriate hearing facilities that are safe, of adequate size and can logistically and technologically accommodate a hearing with many participants. “Kitimat can comfortably provide all of those components, therefore we request clarification on the decision to exclude Kitimat from the hearings,” said Monaghan.
In other JRP news, the scheduled hearing in Calgary Aug. 1 was cancelled due to lack of interest, only adding to the argument that BC residents are stepping up big in their fight against Enbridge. Calgary is the base for Enbridge and officials say less than 15 people have registered to make statements at the hearing causing the cancellation. Earlier this month, a similar public hearing on the pipeline set for Edmonton was cancelled for the same reason. More than 4,000 people in B.C. have registered to make comments on the project. Alberta and Ottawa support the pipeline, but Premier Christy Clark says B.C. wants a bigger share of the economic
benefits before it will endorse the project. The latest JRP hearings were held in Bella Bella on July 27 and Smithers July 30. The communities scheduled for upcoming JRP hearings include Port Hardy August 7, Comox August 8, and in Vancouver, Victoria and Kelowna in January and February 2012. Recently, First Nations, environmental groups as well as current and former politicians joined forces to hold a news conference to make it clear that in B.C., no amount of money will make the proposed twin pipeline attractive enough to make opponents in this province say yes to the project.
LNG looking into Rupert Spectra Energy is considering enhancing its pipeline grid in B.C. to support liquefied natural exports out of Prince Rupert and is already in “advanced negotiations,” CEO Greg Ebel said Thursday. Two of the five LNG export proposals out of British Columbia, from the UK’s BG Group and Malaysian state-owned Petronas, are for sites in Prince Rupert. The other three are in Kitimat, south of Prince Rupert. “Our view is that Kitimat is a great location, but it’s not the only location,” Ebel said during the company’s second-quarter earnings call. “We think Prince
Rupert is a great location. In my view, we don’t see four or five of those projects getting built, we see between one to three.” Spectra’s 3,540mile gas pipeline system in B.C. is connected to both Kitimat and Prince Rupert by existing laterals. Spectra would commit $4-$6 billion to Western Canadian infrastructure projects to support LNG exports. BG Group in February signed a deal with the Prince Rupert Port Authority to conduct a feasibility study for its LNG export terminal, looking at the Ridley Island industrial site.
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Part Time Seniors Programmer The Kitimat Senior Citizens Association, Branch No. 129, is seeking a part-time Seniors Programmer for the Kitimat Seniors Centre. Interested persons are asked to mail or deliver a resume to the Kitimat Seniors Centre, located next to Riverlodge Recreation Centre. Resumes should arrive in a sealed envelope addressed: Attention, Tilly Bachmann. Application closing date is Friday, August 10, 2012. Only short-listed candidates will be contacted. For more information, interested persons are asked to contact: Tilly Bachmann 658 Columbia Avenue Kitimat BC V8C 1V5 Ph: 250-632-3405
Haisla Nation Council has an immediate opening for a: COMPUTER TECHNICIAN
Duties: â€˘ Ensure technology is accessible and equipped with current hardware and software; â€˘ Troubleshoot hardware, software and network operating system; â€˘ Be familiar with all hardware and software; â€˘ Be familiar with network operating system; â€˘ Provide orientation to new users of existing technology; â€˘ Provide individual training and support on request; â€˘ Provide recommendations about accessing information and support; â€˘ Maintain current and accurate inventory of technology hardware, software and resources; â€˘ Monitor and maintain technology to ensure maximum access; â€˘ Troubleshoot all technology issues; â€˘ Maintain log and/or list of required repairs and maintenance; â€˘ Make recommendations about purchase of technology resources; â€˘ Research current and potential resources and services; â€˘ Provide network access to all staff and students; â€˘ Install work stations; â€˘ Connect and set up hardware; â€˘ Load all required software. QualiďŹ cations - The incumbent must have proďŹ cient knowledge in the following areas: â€˘ Microsoft certification; â€˘ 3 or more years of experience ; â€˘ Team building skills; â€˘ Analytical and problem solving skills; â€˘ Must be willing and able to pass a criminal record check. Interested individuals should submit a cover letter and resume which must include names of three references and the express permission for HNC to contact these references to: Stephanie McClure, Interim Human Resources Coordinator Haisla Nation Council Haisla PO Box 1101 Kitamaat Village, BC V0T 2B0 Phone (250) 639-9361, ext. 104 Fax (250) 632-2840 Email: email@example.com No later than 4 pm on Wednesday, August 24, 2012 We thank all applicants for their interest, however, only those short-listed will be contacted.
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KITIMAT APTS BEST VALUE
Kitimat - 1 bedroom duplex, fully furnished. $950/mo. Everything included: heat, hydro, cable, internet. Available September 1. 250-632-1329 or 250-632-2490 Kitimat - 23 Quail St. 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom, furnished. Garage not available at this time. $1,000/mo plus utilities. 250-632-7758 or 250-6396965. Kitimat - 2 bedroom duplex, fully furnished. $1,250/mo. Everything included: heat, hydro, cable, internet. Available September 1. 250-632-1326 or 250-632-2490 Kitimat - Available Sept 1. Fully furnished, 3 bedroom rancher near downtown - lower Kitimat. Close to school. Recently renovated. Kitchenware and dishes included. Leather couches, 36” ﬂatscreen TV with cable, wireless internet, and all utilities included. New boxsprings and mattresses, washer/dryer and dishwasher. Fire pit in large fenced grassy backyard with wooden deck. 604-813-9860. KITIMAT HOMES FOR RENT #17 Kootenay Street, 3 bedroom, 1 bath, $1,150/mo. #10 Carswell Street, 3 bedroom, 2 bath, $1,580/mo Photos on kitimathousing.com 250-639-4439 Kitimat - Kildala, 3 bedroom, garage, large fenced yard. Available immediately. References required. 250-639-4134 Kitimat - Kildala, 5 bedroom, large garage, close to school. Available immediately. References required. 250-639-4134
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Experience in a related ﬁeld (fund development, volunteer management) Excellent sales/mktg skills with the ability to promote & sell volunteer opportunities Superior organizational & computer skills with proﬁciency in MS Ofﬁce (Excel/Word) Effective interpersonal skills with proven coaching ability Ability to work ﬂexible hours (incl some evenings) Community serviced Kitimat, Terrace, Prince Rupert, Smithers, Telkwa and Houston Valid Driver’s License and access to a vehicle For detailed job posting visit the careers section at www.heartandstroke.bc.ca Apply by August 20, 2012 to: Suzanne Anderson, Area Manager Norther, BC & Yukon. 1480 7th Avenue, Prince George, BC, V2l 3P2 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
PRINCE GEORGE HYDRO MECHANICAL is looking for a reliable Class 1 or Class 3 Operator to drive vacuum truck in KITIMAT. Also looking for labourers. Must have Class 5 driver’s licence. Ph. 250-639-0494 or 250-561-0342. Fax resume to 250-561-2026 or email to email@example.com The Kitimat Museum has an opening for a Museum Assistant, beginning in September. The successful applicant will be conﬁdent in all aspects of ofﬁce work. Must be available to work Thursday - Saturday, 16 hours per week, as well as some casual on-call hours. Please apply with a resume and cover letter addressed to Louise Avery, 293 City Centre, by 5 p.m. August 24, 2012. Versatile Painting & Sandblasting is looking for full-time qualiﬁed Journeyman Painters/Sandblasters in KITIMAT. Must be highly motivated, energetic and work well with others. Industrial/Commercial. Please send resumes to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Sale Conducted on Behalf of John & Olinda Wiens. August 18, 2012 Saturday @ 10:00 am Auction Located at Danskin, BC. Keefes Landing Rd, Southside of Francios Lake. Follow signs thru Burns Lake Hwy 35 south to Francios Lake ferry. Once on Southside drive straight up the hill 7 miles to Danskin BC. Properties: 6328 Hamre Road, (Part E1/2, DL 2394) located in beautiful Danskin, BC. 169.38 acres comes with a beautiful home, hay ﬁelds, spectacular view, landscaped yard, garden, fenced yard & property. First ﬂoor area 2376 sq. ft., ground level w/ basement entrance 1496 sq. ft. 6 bdrms, 3 baths, ofﬁce, ﬁreplace, kitchen, living areas. Basement has separate ensuite kitchen & living area. 2 car & 1 car attached garages. Paved parking lot, electric & oil heat, cold storage, meat locker/cooler, central vacuum. Tack, garden, sheep shed, fuel tank. 3 water system options, deep well, natural spring & community water system is available w/ hookup. Heavy equipment shop w/ drive thru bay & fuel tanks & stands. This is a turn key property. Whitney Road, (Lot 3, Plan 10574, DL 716 & Lot 8, Plan 10674, DL 716) “Choice of 2 Houses”. One is a beautifully crafted post & beam 2 level w/ loft home. The 2nd 3 level log home, also beautifully crafted. These homes are at Lock up stage. Metal rooﬁng, fully insulated basements w/ ground access, decks, stairs, & drilled wells on both properties. Log home is 41x33 on 5 acres & a 2 side wrap deck w/ 2 additional decks above. Post & beam home is 35x27 w/ 2 sided 9 ft wrap deck and sits on 5.87 acres. Easy access to power and close to services & 5 min from the ferry. Uncha Mountain Road, (Block B, DL 1700), 151.7 acres. 1230 sq.ft. log home, heated by wood. Garage w/ concrete ﬂoor and numerous outbuildings. It also comes with an additional log cabin and gravity fed spring. 256 Murray Road, (Lot D, Plan 8466, DL 716), this property is vacant land on 5.65 acres very close to Francois Lake, ferry landing & services. CABINS: 8x12 Post & beam trappers cabin & 16x24 ft. Post & Beam cabin with 6 ft deck. Great opportunity to add one of these cabins to one of the above properties or spot of your choice. Goodwin Road, Decker Lake BC, (Lot B, Plan PRP14697, DL 2545), this lot is 6.992 acres. This property is right on Hwy 16 between Burns Lake & Decker Lake and could be zoned commercial. Location & convenience to Burns Lake would be a great asset for any business. This could be suitable for commercial truck stop or other commercial purposes. This property has numerous potential for any buyer. Come out and take a Look! This is an excellent property/land sale. Free ferry! Come early, ferry may be shuttling due to the auction trafﬁc. Motel, Campsites, Resorts & Services (fuel, restaurants & stores) on the Southside for your convenience. If you wish to come the night before feel free to contact Moosehorn Lodge @ 250-694-3730 or Takysie Lake Resort & Motel @ 250-694-3403. Looking forward to seeing you at the Auction! Condition of sale terms: Cash & check with Identiﬁcation, sorry no credit cards. Items are As Is Condition ~ Not responsible for accidents. There will be a Concession on Site. Any question please contact:
Equestrian HORSE FOR SALE 19 year old sorrel gelding, well trained, not a beginners horse. Used for penning at one time. $2500 obo. (250) 695-6972
Feed & Hay ROUND HAY Bales for sale. Call 250-846-5855
Pets KITIMAT - FREE Two abandoned spayed cats looking for a new home. 250-632-5004
Mike Steinebach (250) 694-3497 or Cell (250) 692-6107 Egon Steinebach @ (250) 694-3319 or Cell (250) 570- 2055 E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org & Website www.mikesauction.net Auction continued in second Ad
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Sale Conducted on Behalf of John & Olinda Wiens August 18, 2012 Saturday @ 10:00 am. Auction Located at Danskin, BC. Keefes Landing Rd, Southside of Francios Lake. Hwy. 35 south to Francios Lake ferry. Once on Southside drive straight up the hill 7 miles to Danskin BC. SAWMILLS & EQUIPMENT: #2 Coutts semi portable sawmill w/ Coutts edger with cluster & saws, has 6 110 power unit w/ steel conveyors, D&L double cut 60 HP diesel sawmill w/ mounted planer, radial arm knotcher for post & beam cabins, 2 saw SCRAG mill. Moveable saws 3-9”, 22 ft. trimmer has 60’ out feed deck, sawmill saw sharpener, asst. of timber cants, 25 bundles of ties (25/bundle). VEHICLES & TRAILERS: 2004 F350 diesel short box, aluminum truck box, high-rise truck canopy, tidy tank w/ electric pump, brand new 2005 Dodge dualy 8’ truck box, 16 ft ﬂatdeck trailer. TOOLS/EQUIPMENT & SUPPLIES: R. McDougal Co metal lathe, 100 ton hydraulic press, Miller 225 AC/DC welder, Miller S-32P 12 wire feed welder, powermax 600 plasma cutter, Goodwill drill press, 7x12” metal band saw, Dewalt 770 10” radial arm saw, engine hoist, 5 ton ﬂoor jack, engine stand, Honda pump, Dewalt air compressors, 2 shop battery chargers, Makita cut off saw, acetylene cutting torch & carts, Honda & Yamaha water pumps, 100 lb Anvil, steal work benches w/ 2 vices, steel work bench on wheels, rolling tool chest, Proto tool box w/ tools, welding supplies, open end wrenches, 1/2, 3/4 & 1” electric impact wrenches, 3/4” socket set, screwdrivers, pipe wrenches, hydraulic jacks, tool boxes, chain pliers, asst. Impact sockets, chains & binders, new parts washer, imperial Eastwood hydraulic press, 3 light plants (Honda 5000, Suzuki 4000), electric motors, asst. hydraulic hoses, ﬁreﬁghting tools, lg supply of new steel, Magnum steam cleaner, planer, GM 453 power diesel power unit, scaffolding, Makita skillsaws, lg 16” Makita skillsaw, 2 Makita routers (1 plunge router), wood clamps, 2 sets King air nailers (brad & framing), Makita & Dewalt orbital sander, Makita planer & 6” jointer, portable tool boxes w/ tools, fertilizer spreader, PL premium insulation. HOUSEHOLD & TACK: Lg stainless steel bbq, yard swing, electric range, pine glass front cabinet, desk, 2 door wardrobe, 2 loveseats, lg pine dresser w/ mirror & night stand, entertainment center, set of 6 metal chairs, set of 2 metal chairs, 6 maple chairs, rocking chair, selection of good saddles & tack. ANTIQUES: Some coins & stamps, crosscut saws, milk cans w/ lids, seeders, Underwood & Oliver typewriter, brass tub wringer washer, washboard, broad axe, churns, coal oil lamps, silver tea pot, block planes, food press & beaters, Berkel scale, GW Todd & Co protectograph, extension table w/leaves, 1950s waterfall 3 drawer dresser, oak 2 door sideboard, upholstered seti, drop leaf table, 4 maple upholstered captains chairs, 4 oak chairs, hall stand, Morrison recliner, high back captains chair, set of 4, mahogany corner china cabinet, birch pedasil dining room table w/leaves, Singer sewing machine, burl walnut coffee & end table, table, wing chair, newly re-upholstered occasional chair, french provincial 8 drawer dresser, drop front desk w/ pigeon holes & glass front bookcase, modern danish 6 drawer dresser, china cabinet, large dining room table, 3 drawer dresser, 5 drawer pine dresser, steamer trunk, cedar lined hope chest, 6 maple chairs. Condition of sale Terms: Cash & cheque with I.D., sorry no credit cards. Items are As Is Condition. Not responsible for accidents.
Mike Steinebach (250) 694-3497 or Cell (250) 692-6107 Egon Steinebach @ (250) 694-3319 or Cell (250) 570- 2055 E-Mail: email@example.com & website www.mikesauction.net
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Starting at $550 Balconies Security Entrances Cameras for your safety Now includes basic cable Email: www.apartments.com Phone: 250.632.APTS (2787)
Misc. for Sale HOT TUB (SPA) COVERS. Best price. Best quality. All shapes & colours available. 1-866-652-6837 www.thecoverguy.com/newspaper? Kitimat - 8ft couch. Excellent condition. $110 ﬁrm. 250632-6696
Free heat & Free Hot Water Furnished & Unfurnished 1 & 2 bedrooms Security Entrances No Pets. No Smoking
Real Estate For Sale By Owner
KITIMAT - 1 1/2 story home for sale at 53 Chilko St. 1500+ sq. ft. 4 bedroom, 2 bath with attached heated garage. Completely renovated throughout. New roof and paint. Two garden sheds and RV/boat storage building. $210,000obo. 250-632-5830
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Kitimat - 47 Baker St. 3 ﬂoor, 5 bedroom, 3 bath, dining room, study, ﬁreplace, beautiful kitchen, full open basement, laundry room. Large garage. Fully hedged yard. Appraised at $360,000, asking $209,000 (building costs). 250-632-2590
Lots Kitimat - 52 Brant Street. $30,000 as is or $40,000 with demolition done. 250632-4061.
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HILLCREST PLACE APARTMENTS 1631 Haisla Blvd. Kitimat, BC 2 bedroom suites security building New: dishwasher, appliances & cabinets. All New: windows, plumbing, electrical, drywall, kitchen & bathroom - sound insulated - electric heat. 1 yr lease Starting at $995 per month N/S, N/P For complete details or to request an application, please call 250.632.7814
Hillcrest Place Apartments Two bedrooms No Smoking, No Pets Starting at $675 monthly 250.632.7814 Kitimat
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Kitimat 1,2,3 bdrms Clean & Quiet Heat & hot water included Call (250)632-2824 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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Townhouses ALEXANDER 3 bdrm, 1½ bath, T/H Start at $700-No pets. Call Greg 639-0110 WEDEENE, 2 bdrm Townhouse. Avail July 15, $1050 mo including utils. Call Larry 250-279-0042.
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Duplex / 4 Plex KITIMAT - 2 & 3 bedroom townhouses for rent. Available immediately. 250-632-5004.
Homes for Rent 3 - 4 and 5 bedroom homes for rent in Kitimat. Available Aug 1st - and Sept 2nd Pets and Smokers allowed. Spacious and Clean. Call Stan 780-974-3945. Pictures and details at www.rentboard.ca
1939 Plymouth Businessman Coupe 350cu in 350 transmission. Lots of body work already done. Lots of chrome. $10,000 obo. 250-632-7387 after 6:00pm
HOME FOR RENT Kitimat - 3000 sq. ft executive home near golf course. Double attached garage, wine cellar, workshop, rec room with ﬁreplace, gourmet kitchen. 6 appliances. 4 bedroom, 2 1/2 bath. Jacuzzi. No smokers, no pets. Children welcome. 778-631-2210
1996 Pontiac Grand Prix Good condition. Comes with 4 mounted winter tires. $1,500 ﬁrm. 250-635-5224
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Trucks & Vans
2001 PONTIAC GRAND AM Kitimat - 230,000 km. Good condition. Asking $3,800 obo. 250-632-3456.
1989 TRAVELAIR 19’ 5th WHEEL Sleeps 4, washroom and shower $3700 obo Must Sell
Falcon 125 CC new condition $900 obo Ph: (250) 279-1757 Kitimat
2006 Buick Allure Kitimat - 82,000km. Air conditioning, dual airbags, keyless entry, power steering, power seat/windows/door locks, CD, AM/FM stereo and more. Mounted summer and winter tires. New front brakes in Feb. Was $10,500, now $9,500. 250-632-5639
‘67 Pontiac Parisienne This beautiful restored Emerald Turquoise Convertible is ready to Drive, Show and Enjoy! Insurance with collector plates $234 yearly. $19,900. Terrace 250-635-6128
98 Ford F150 Lariat 4X4 Super cab, white. 155,000km Loaded. Auto. PW, PS, PL. Remote. Cruise control, drive lights, running boards, box rails and liner and much more. Runs great and good on gas. Phone 250-632-6530
14’ ZODIAC Kitimat - Aluminum ﬂoorboards, 40HP Mariner and 15HP Mariner. Trailer. $5,500. 250-632-6797 60 hrs on new Merc 6.2. Elec anchor winch. $30K. 778-855-4023
2006 CITATION 26 RKSE Supreme interior plus may more options. 12 foot slide w/awning. Air cond. etc. Come and view the best RV built. Excellent condition. $24,900. 250-635-6128.
2010 Travel Trailer Kitimat - 26’ Forest River. $18,000 obo. 250-632-4210
MOTORHOME FOR SALE Kitimat - 1980 Dodge 23.5ft bunk model. VGC. 78,000km. Sleeps 6. A/C, 4 burner stove with oven, large fridge-freezer, 4pc bath, new awning and am/fm/cd. Lots of storage. Must be seen. $5,000 ﬁrm. 250-632-6050
Trucks & Vans 1995 FORD 4x4 Kitimat - Eddie Bauer extended cab. 5.8 litre, power windows, air conditioning. 193,000km. Very clean, some rust. Needs rear brakes. Engine in good running condition. Comes with winter tires on rims and canopy. $1,500. 250-632-5715 or 250-6394534
8’ PONTOON BOATS Buck’s Bags Southfork. STAINLESS STEEL FRAME, weatherproof side storage bags, stripping apron. Optional Anchor. Cost $1,100+. $750 ea or two for $1,300. Phone 250-632-6530
19’ ALUM. JET RIVER BOAT.
2006 SOFTAIL STANDARD FXTL CUSTOM Kitimat - Silver and black with chrome all over. 9000 miles on odometer. 14” Ape hangers with brand new lines. $15,900 obo. Call Cole or Amanda 250-639-9711 for more information and to view. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
38’ Custom / Bayliner new twin Cummins 330 diesel generator, full electronics, radar survey 2011, moorage in Kitimat. Asking $125,000. please call 250-632-5259
21’ Fibreform Cabincruiser Kitimat - 5.7L - V8 Mercruiser with Alpha 1 leg. Great running condition. Brand new exhaust manifolds, batteries and starter (over $2000 spent). Stringers and ﬂoor replaced. 40 gal alum gas tank. Sleeps 3 comfortably. Heavy duty double axle trailer included. Priced for quick sale @ $6,900 Ph: 250-632-5673
28’ CALGAN FIBREGLASS CRUISER 180hp Cat V8 diesel engine. 2 station controls. Washroom/toilet/shower. Fridge, 4 burner stove. Electric downriggers/trap puller. Cleats, fenders and mooring lines. Much more. Located in Ladysmith, BC. $38,500. 250-245-4942(eves) or email email@example.com
BADGER 30’ SUNDOWNER TUG 100hp turbo charged Yanmar Diesel, sleeps 6, shower, f/s, autopilot, radar, colour depth sounder, GPS, VHS, am/fm 2000w inverter/charger, 9’ dingy. Moorage at MK Bay Marine. (250) 632-6575 Kitimat BOAT FOR SALE 24’ Bayliner Cabin Cruiser Like new condition Ph. 250-632-8781
FOR SALE 2001 MacGregor 26X Powersailer c/w 50hp. Honda, trailer, 2 sails, mast raising system, many added accessories, one owner, good condition. $21,900. Call 250-632-2280
28’ TREND COMMAND BRIDGE
Comes with tri axle trailer. Very good condition. Volvo Penta twin Chevy 350 inboard gas. Sleeps 4 comfortably. Call for pictures. $26,500 Call 250.639.9757 Kitimat
32’ FIBERGLASS FERRELL BOAT 370hp 8.1L John Deere Engine, 1500hrs on engine. Trolling valve, Bow Thruster, 3 Stage Steering. 2 Hydraulic Deep lines, Hydraulic Trap Puller, 3 Sounders, Radar, 8’ Dinghy, 2 Radios. Com-Dev Auto Pilot, Spare Prop. Can be seen at MK BayMarina. Assessed at $84,400. Contact Warren Poff at 250.242.4445 or 250.632.1789 MAKE AN OFFER!
SYLVAN EXPEDITION 1600 Kitimat - Single console, 50hp fuel injected Johnson, electric trolling motor. Live well. Shorelander trailer. And much more. Excellent condition. 250-632-5922
BC Seniors Games Sean Glanville The Zone 10 B.C. Senior’s Games delegation held their fundraising draw in Prince Rupert last Saturday. The first prize of $1500 was won by Prince Rupert resident Jacqueline Taylor. The second prize of $1000 went to Gary Rybiski of Terrace and the third prize drawn of $500 was awarded to Debbie Oviatt of Kitimat. Prince Rupert Councillor Nelson Kinney was the local dignitary on hand to make the draws. “It was great that we were able to have a winner from each of our three main communities involved,” said Zone 10 Director Bill Whitty. “It was a great fundraiser as there were over 3,000 draw entries.” The majority of tickets were sold setting up tables at a number of major grocery stores throughout their communities. This year’s seniors games take place in Burnaby August 21-25. Among Zone 10’s 182 members, 94 will be travelling to compete in the games. Anyone 55 or over qualifies for the seniors games, however, Whitty says there are often members competing right into their nineties. “It amazes me the camaraderie between all the athletes regardless of the sport they are competing in or their age difference,” says Whitty. He also was full of praise for the seniors games, describing it as the greatest alternative form of health care out their for seniors. “If not for the seniors games a lot of these people would be sitting in doctors waiting rooms,” says Whitty. “This gives them a purpose and keeps them actively involved and I think it’s the best alternative health care the province could offer.”
PUBLIC NOTICE 7HJPÄJ;YHPS7PWLSPULZ3VNNPUNHUK*SLHYPUN Activity Please be advised that Pacific Trail Pipelines will be commencing some logging activity and road upgrading work associated with the project. This work is scheduled to begin the first week of August and will run until approximately mid-November. Related traffic will be present and logging crews will be working northeast of Kitimat, B.C., during this timeframe. Constructionrelated traffic will be using the entire length of the Kitimat Forestry Service Road and Hoult Creek Forestry Service Road on the east side of Highway 37. Construction-related traffic will also be utilizing the Copper Forestry Service Road and Clore Mainline Road out of Terrace, B.C., for the duration of this work. Pacific Trail Pipelines is also planning some roadwork to upgrade the Hoult Creek and Clore Roads. This work is planned for August and September. Heavier than normal traffic volumes may be encountered on the above-noted roadways during this activity. For more information on the Pacific Trail Pipeline, please go to www.pacifictrailpipelines.com