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Williams Lake Indian Band is nearing completion of the detailed design of the infrastructure required to service its Coyote Rock development lands, as seen here from the Coyote Rock golf course. Kirk Dressler photo

Coyote Rock detailed design nears completion

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The Williams Lake Indian Band announced Nov. 9 that it is nearing completion of the detailed design of the infrastructure required to service its Coyote Rock development lands along Highway 97. “This is a huge step for our community and for the Williams Lake area as a whole,” states WLIB Chief, Ann Louie. “We’ve been working on this project for two years, and now we’re poised to begin construction of the infrastructure this year, with the intention that the bulk of the work will take place in 2013.” The infrastructure planning will result in the servicing of the WLIB lands along Highway 97, extending from the WLIB community core on Mission Road to the boundary of the reserve at Lexington subdivision. Works will include new water and sewer lines, booster and lift stations and a water reservoir.

“We’ve invested $5 million in our recently completed water treatment facility, and these new works would allow us to extend potable water and community sewer along the highway corridor,” adds Chief Louie. We’re exploring the possibilities for providing potable water to Lexington subdivision and there might be a great opportunity to address the needs of that community through our project, as well.” In January of 2012, WLIB was announced as one of 18 First Nations from across the country that would be the next group entering the First Nations Lands Management initiative, which will give WLIB a form of self-government over lands management, and drastically improve the efficiency of lands transactions. WLIB is currently finalizing a conceptual plan of the subdivision that would be created as part

of the infrastructure project. “The plan isn’t finalized, but we’re fairly certain about the major elements of the design,” says Byron Louie, WLIB economic development officer. “The subdivision will include a multi-phase residential development with approximately 90 lots. Fronting Coyote Rock Golf Course will be an approximately 15 acre highway commercial development, designed to accommodate approximately 60,000 square feet of business space. “Things are coming together amazingly. Our ability to proceed with the project will depend on Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development’s continued partnership, but everything is coming together better than could be expected. We’re working with the Ministry of Transportation and Highways on the design for the four-laning of Highway 97 through our reserve, and the

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proposed highways works will dramatically improve access to our development lands. We have some incredible partnerships that we’re working on and hope to soon make some major announcements about our plans on that front. “We also anticipate there will be a clean energy component to this development and we’ll soon have some exciting news about that as well. This would be a huge project four our region. It would really open up the development potential for the Williams Lake area, and the $4 million infrastructure construction project alone should create 24 direct and as many as an additional 35 indirect and induced jobs during the term of the project. The long-term economic spinoffs from lease revenues, property taxes, construction opportunities and employment would be gigantic.”


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every brain decides what is important depending on the person it belongs to. My brain might alert me to a plant sale, while yours might pull your attention to a sign advertising an aerobic class. Sometimes I am pleased with what my brain chooses; great books, awareness of nature and worthy causes etc. I like to think I am a compassionate and deep thinker. Alas, liking an idea does

News The Thinker not make it so. The other day I was putting away groceries when my brain suddenly presented me with an image of coloured toilet paper. I wasn’t even putting away toilet paper nor was I near the bathroom. I was bent down putting apples in the crisper when just like that...coloured toilet paper was one of the 2000 bits my brain decided I would be interested in. If I was the deep thinker I pretend to be, I would have discarded the image immediately. Instead I stood up and exclaimed to the apples, “Whatever happened to coloured toilet paper?” Apparently the brain knows me better than I know myself. Do you remember

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coloured toilet paper? It used to come in shades of lavender, blue, pink, green and yellow. Personally, I don’t ever recall synchronizing toilet tissue with my own bathroom decor. It wasn’t that I was against it; I just never had enough Martha in me to be that coordinated. A little research (yeah, I even spent time researching the disappearance of coloured toilet paper) told me that Scott was the last purveyor of pastel paper and discontinued the product line in December of 2009 due to a wan in consumer demand. A wan that came in part from public health concerns over using dyed paper on our nether regions. That caused another bit to be plucked

from my brain stream. Whatever happened to unbleached paper products? You know...the brown stuff that was supposed to be better for us and the environment. I suddenly remembered a period of buying brown paper towel, toilet paper and coffee filters but that doesn’t seem to be an option anymore; at least not where I shop. Very puzzling. And hey, while we’re at it, what happened to the select-asize paper towels? Those only came out a couple years ago and they were great. Instead of using a full sheet, extra perforations allowed you to opt for half a sheet instead. I used way less paper towel when...oh, that would explain it. Of course, the best

thing we could do for the environment is give up paper towel altogether and use old t shirts and socks instead. As for toilet paper it might interest you to know that a patent for rolled toilet paper as we know it today wasn’t even taken out until 1883 and it would be several decades after that before it became common place. In our northern neck of what was once dubbed the “Final Canadian Frontier” I am the first generation in my family to have grown up without a stack of catalogues in the outhouse. Catalogues. Now there’s your original colourful toilet paper. I heard about a person who in a fit of passion for the environment decided if it

was good enough for her ancestors it was good enough for her and turned to newspapers and catalogues in the bathroom for purposes other than reading. What she didn’t understand was our ancestors didn’t have indoor plumbing. Dropping pieces of newspaper into a hole in the ground rarely clogs things up. Flushing pieces of newspaper...well, that’s a different animal altogether. There are not many alternatives for toilet paper. Even less now that coloured toilet paper is gone from the shelves. Shannon McKinnon is a humour columnist from Northern BC. You can catch up on past columns by visiting


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Linda Fornwald at Cariboo Bethel Church is now collecting boxes of small gifts for the annual Operation Christmas Child program. Decorated shoe boxes are available at the church for people to fill with gifts such as pens, pencils, pencil crayons, note pads, picture books, toys such as stuffed animals and small musical instruments, hair clips, t-shirts and socks. People can fill a box for a boy or a girl. The deadline for collection before the boxes are sent off to children in need around the world is coming up Nov. 23. Gaeil Farrar photo

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News Williams Lake Indian Band’s conceptual plan for its proposed Highway 97 infrastructure project. Photo submitted


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Community energy plan brings rewards Williams Lake Indian Band (WLIB) is receiving $40,000 from the B.C. government to support the development of its Community Energy Plan. This is one of 10 new projects supported by B.C.’s First Nations Clean Energy Business Fund (FNCEBF). The funding will support the development of the Williams Lake Indian Band’s Community Energy Plan and a feasibility study to look at the opportunities of integrating biomass district energy systems, or a comparable

green energy system, into the WLIB Highway 97 Corridor Development Project. In a press release, the Liberal caucus said in the fifth round of funding from the FNCEBF, $764,600 will go to 10 First Nations communities across B.C. The FNCEBF promotes increased First Nation participation in the clean energy sector through: Revenue-sharing from eligible clean energy projects based on revenues derived from water rentals and land

rents, equity funding of up to $500,000 for First Nations to invest in clean energy projects and help communities attract further investment, capacity development funding of up to $50,000 to support First Nations with community energy planning, feasibility studies or engagement with private sector proponents of clean energy projects. By providing funding for equity and capacitybuilding and feasibility/ development projects, the fund helps generate jobs for families and provide

opportunities that benefit First Nations and nonFirst Nation communities alike, as well as building economic independence for First Nations. “This fund has had great success in promoting clean energy and supporting First Nations’ clean energy projects, helping them create new power sources and business opportunities for their communities,” said Cariboo-Chilcotin MLA Donna Barnett Chief Ann Louie, Williams Lake Indian Band said the band is extreme-

ly pleased to receive the FNCEBF funding, and look forward to exploring possibilities to integrate green energy into the Highway 97 Corridor Development Project. “We think the green energy component puts us on the cutting edge, and will definitely add to the marketability of our development,” Louie added.

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Success by 6 applications now being received In the past four years Success by 6 has given out approximately $140,000 to programs and organizations in the Williams Lake area supporting children 0-6 years and their families. With another round of funding in place, the local table is once again accepting applications for innovative initiatives for programs running from Jan. 31 to Aug. 31, 2013. Success by 6 is funded by BC credit unions, the provincial government and United Way, and money is dispersed to local Success by 6 tables throughout B.C.

All decisions about where and how the money is spent are made by the local community committee, following sets of guidelines and criteria. Success by 6 community co-ordinator LeRae Haynes states that she looks forward every year to the proposals that come in. “We’ve had the opportunity to fund projects that include the Children’s Festival, the Family Festival, bike rodeos for kids and preschool health screening events,” Haynes says. “We’ve also funded Ipads and software for kindergarten kids and

for the Child Development Centre, interactive computer language programs and a school sound field system for children with hearing challenges.” For more information about Success by 6 in Williams Lake, including funding available for programs supporting children 0-6 in Williams Lake and surrounding communities, email leraehaynes@ or phone 250-398-9848. Other programs supported by Success by 6 dollars include an aboriginal Parents as Literacy Supporters program in rural

communities, supported an innovative natural playground at Little Moccasins Early Learning and funded a Take a Child Outside program last year at Scout Island Nature Centre for local children. Two of the Success by 6 funded projects this year were interactive Ipads and software for the Marie Sharpe Elementary School Kindergarten class last spring and for the Child Development Centre. The Child Development Centre (CDC) uses the Success by 6-funded Ipad to pro-

vide children with speech language delays a teaching and communication tool that can assist in language acquisition. Success by 6 has recently partnered with Kiwanis in Williams Lake in an exciting education program at Scout Island that gives all preschool and kindergarten kids, their teachers and parent volunteers in the area the opportunity to come face to face with nature in their own backyards—increasing their knowledge, confidence and ability to experience the natural world around them.

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Arts and entertainment plus at Medieval Market Christy Mayall Special to The Tribune The Medieval Market returns to Columneetza Secondary School Nov. 24 and 25. The market is a great place to buy beautiful handmade gifts from artisans from around the Cariboo and beyond. There is also local produce for sale, live music and magic, and a concession. The Medieval Market has become a gathering place for people to spend the day visiting, shopping, relaxing over a bite to eat, and enjoying the talented musicians and other entertainers. All proceeds from the market support School District 27 programs. Wares for sale at the market are handmade by the artisans. Along with returning favourite vendors selling pottery, weaving, jewelry, original art, clothing, books, children’s toys, beeswax products, hats and mitts, blacksmithing, glassware, wood products, felting, musical instruments, photography, pursicles, herbal products, magic wands and furniture, we are happy to include many new vendors. New products include


Christy Richardson will be among Cariboo Potters Guild members showing their work at the Medieval Market. Gaeil Farrar photo

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saddles and braided leather goods, handmade buttons, quilting, wooden pens, leather cuffs, wood carvings, and cribbage boards and pegs. Services that you may enjoy are astrology readings and biodynamic craniosacral therapy. The Farmers Market continues to expand from its base of the highly sought after Mackin Creek carrots to include a variety of vegetables, local honey, treats, locally roasted coffee, fudge, preserves, wildberry jams and jellies, spice mixes, and dried and fresh fruit. Entertainment features local musicians Oren Barter, Pharis Romero and Marin Patenaude, Youth Fiddlers, Carmen and

Dena, Jenny’s Jam, Quintet Plus, Christine Constabel and Sherri Taylor, and Willow. And all the way from the Cabot Trail in Nova Scotia comes that fiddlin’ hometown girl Sarah Beck. Back by popular demand is Magical Jesaja. Last year the 14-year old wowed the crowds with amazing magical feats. Shows at 11, 12:30 and 2 p.m. The concession will feature hearty soups and wraps, smokies, treats, and Uncle Paul’s coffee.
So make a day of it. Come and peruse the market stalls, buy a few Christmas presents, relax over a cup of Uncle Paul’s coffee, and set a spell and listen to the entertainment. Maybe you’ll even

win one of the many door prizes donated by the vendors. If you prefer to shop at a quieter time, we suggest coming on Sunday afternoon.
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only a toonie admission (kids under 12 free). It’s Nov. 24 and 25 from 10 until 4 p.m. at Columneetza Secondary School in Williams Lake.




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REMAX Williams Lake Realty invites you to hop on board again this year and join us in the spirit of the holidays, spreading happiness to children and families in our community. Bring in a NEW, UNWRAPPED toy, place it under the upsidedown Christmas tree at REMAX Williams Lake Realty and REMAX will donate $5.00 for each toy brought in. Deadline is December 8, 2012, at which time all donations g Also acceptin will be prepared for delivery. e bl ha non-peris food items

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TRU North Happenings

Can You Dig It?

TRU North is going to be offering a Fraser River Archeological Field School for the summer of 2013. TRU North has paired with the Northern Shuswap Tribal Council to create a fascinating archeological adventure! This 9 credit field school takes participants along the Fraser River and teaches them a broad range of archeological techniques and methods! The school is directed by Professor Beth Beard Ph D. (Candidate). Participants will get the chance to live amongst the wild and get to know the great outdoors. All meals are provided by our camp cook and hiking and other activities are included. Archeology 1190 is a prerequisite for the field school and will be offered at TRU North during the winter semester 2013. For more information regarding the field school, please contact or call 250-392-8020.

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The Williams Lake Secondary School PostSecondary Institute Day (PSI) was a success. Congratulations to Anna Zinth, first place winner of the TRU North sweatshirt! The TRU North Table was flooded with students eager to ask questions about the educational programs. It probably had nothing to do with the free candy... The University is very excited to speak with prospective students and help them understand their educational opportunities. TRU North campus is a very welcoming place for new students; we look forward to seeing some of your faces in the hallways! Visit our website at for more information or contact the Registrar’s Office at 250.392.8020 to continue your education NOW!

Adults Literacy Tutor Training!

This session will be taught by June and you will learn how to spell and how to use a dictionary. We will meet at Thompson Rivers University on Saturday, November 24th from 10:00 am to noon. Tutors are often surprised and pleased at how much they enjoy this experience of training and tutoring. To learn more about tutor training and how you can become a tutor please call Janette at 250-392-8161 or June at 250-392-9649, 250-392-8130

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Salmon mystery far from solved


Before the 1,200-page, $25-million Cohen Commission report on the Fraser River sockeye salmon fishery slips beneath the waves, allow me to dip my toe into the river of data that has flowed by in the past three years. If your information on this hugely complex subject consisted of skimming a few news stories or watching protesters on TV, you will likely conclude what urban people have been indoctrinated with for years. The whole issue is salmon farms and whether they are bad or catastrophic. “Freeze new salmon farms on sockeye migration route: Cohen” said the headline on a Black Press report. Those who read past the headline would learn that Justice Bruce Cohen recommended a freeze on further salmon farms around the Discovery Islands group near Campbell River until 2020. It’s up to the industry to show by that time that the risk is “minimal,” or farms there should be shut down. A B.C. Salmon Farming Association spokesman said only nine of 70 B.C. salmon farms are in that area. There are no current applications for more. Let’s say you decide to plunge in, and download the full report from www. If you go to Volume 2, page 102, you will see a series of graphs that show sockeye runs from rivers other than the Fraser, from Washington all the way up to Alaska. It’s not a pretty sight. From Washington up to the Central Coast, the Skeena, Nass and up to Yukon’s Klukshu and Alaska’s Alsek, most runs show a decline starting in the 1980s or early 1990s. This includes runs that migrate down the west side of Vancouver Island, away from salmon farms. Alaska doesn’t allow farms, prefer-

ring “ranching” – a strategy that floods the ocean habitat with millions of hatchery fish. These are commercially fished and marketed as “wild.” B.C.’s North Coast has never had salmon farms. The area has been subject to a moratorium since an NDP-controlled legislative committee gave its verdict on the problem in 2008.  The popular villain in those days was sea lice. Skeena MLA Robin Austin chaired the committee that called for an end to openpen salmon farms in five years. Then-agriculture

minister Pat Bell approved one NDP recommendation, a moratorium on salmon farms in North Coast waters. This was after the Pacific Salmon Forum conducted its own four-year study, led by former fisheries minister John Fraser. Similar to Cohen, Fraser concluded that there is no simple answer to this complex problem. And they agreed that salmon farms don’t explain it. Cohen’s report makes it clear that the problem is far larger than could possibly be explained by salmon farms.

How about logging impact? Cohen concludes after much testimony that stream protection has improved significantly during the time of observed sockeye decline. Impact from extra runoff due to pine beetle infestation couldn’t be evaluated. Poaching on the Fraser? Cohen didn’t get around to that. His biggest concern was climate change, warming sensitive river waters and affecting ocean conditions. During the Cohen commission hearings, the 2010 Fraser sockeye run came

in gangbusters, with 35 million fish. One leading theory is that ash from an Alaska volcano fertilized the ocean, producing algae that supported more salmon feed. Could it be that salmon ranching from Alaska, Japan and elsewhere is simply depleting the food supply? That too is inconclusive. Finally, Tides Canada, a U.S. front group that diverts attention from U.S. salmon and oil tankers, spent $25,000 to publicize Cohen evidence. But only as it relates to B.C. salmon farms, and how bad they are.



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Community Builders daybreak rotary donates benches to dog park Williams Lake Daybreak Rotary Club has donated two benches to the Dog Park, one each for small dog owners and large dog owners. On hand for the presentation were (back row l to r) Kevin Goldfuss and Geoff Paynton, City of Williams Lake, Laurie Walters, City Councillor and Dog Park Committee, Valerie Thiessen and Lorraine Levitt, Dog Park Committee, (front row l to r) Lori Macala, President Daybreak Rotary Club,

Community For NON-PROFIT EVENTS happening WITHIN 2 WEEKS. Posting must be limited to TIME, DATE & PLACE (excluding dollar amounts). Deadline is 5:00 p.m. Tuesdays. Postings run the following Friday. Email to: Attention: Community Calendar NOTICES Cariboo Chilcotin Metis Asso. is holding a Potluck supper Nov. 16 at the Wildwood Elementary school . We are celebrating Louis Riel Day. Supper is at 5:30. Big Lake Craft Fair & Flea Market Sat. Nov. 17 - 10 am - 3 pm Big Lake Hall Quality Crafts&Flea Market Items, Including Home & Christmas.

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knights donate to gavin lake centre Knights of Columbus member Dick Shut presents a cheque for $1,000 to John StaceSmith for the Gavin Lake Forest Education Society which provides education programs for youth around the Cariboo region.

St. Peter’s ACW Annual Bazaar & Tea Sat. Nov. 17 - 549 Carson Dr. from 11 am to 2 pm. Home baking, crafts, attic treasures, fancy tea. Everyone welcome. Our Handcrafted Creations Sat. Nov. 17 from 10 am to 4 pm - Central Cariboo Art Centre, Spinning, Weaving, Knitting, Crochetting, Felting etc. presented by WL Spinners, Weavers and Fibre Arts Gulld. First Baptist Church Free Store, Sat. Nov. 17 from 10-2 - 295 Western Ave. (top of Carson Drive beside Coast Fraser Inn) Donation drop off Fri. Nov. 2 & 9 from 4-6 and Sat. Nov. 3 & 10 from 10-2. Please - winter clothes, blankets & toys only. (Clean and usable Please.) Call Church 250-3924937 or Gwen 250-392-1972. Sat. Nov. 17, Cowboy Christmas at the Gibraltar Room - trade show from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and concert at 7 p.m. free admission to the trade showconcert tickets on sale at the museum or at the door. TubaJohn’s Christmas Concert St. Andrew’s United Church, Dec. 12 - 7:30 pm Admission by donation. Proceeds to the Salvation Army Christmas Cheer Fund.

Knights donate to hospital trust Knights of Columbus member Dick Shut presents a cheque for $1,000 to Carol Ann Taphorn co-chair of the Cariboo Foundation Hospital Trust which is raising funds for a new digital mammography unit for Cariboo Memorial Hospital.

royal puple donates to diabetes association Honoured Royal Lady Gloria Limb of Williams Lake Royal Purple (left) presents a cheque for $100 to Drene Griffith a director of the Diabetes Association.

Ten Thousand Villages Craft Sale - Cariboo Bethel Church Basement 833 Western Ave. 250-3986731. Nov. 22, 23 & 24. Thurs. Fri. 3 - 8 pm, Sat. 10-3 pm. Fair Trade Goods for Third World People. Operation Christmas Child - 1 shoebox “The power of a simple gift” Drop Off Depot - Cariboo Bethel Church 833 Western Ave. Williams Lake. Call Linda 250-398-6731. Deadline to drop off boxes is on or before Fri. Nov. 23. Wildwood PAC Christmas Craft Fair Wildwood Elementary Sat. Nov. 24 10-4:00 Over 20 vendors with Christmas delights. Sun. Nov. 25 - 11 am - 2 pm Big Lake Hall. Auction items... airline vouchers, family passes to Barkerville, ski passes, certificates and items donated by local businesses in Big Lake and in Williams Lake. “Children’s only” table with items for kids to bid on. The students at Big Lake crafts and cookbooks. Table of home-baked goods. Lunch and

Calendar refreshments will be available from the kitchen so plan on coming down for lunch and stay for. Museum of the Cariboo is holding their Christmas Tea and Bake Sale Sat. Dec. 1st at the museum. Starts at 11 a.m. MEETINGS AGM for the WL Association for Community Living will be held on Tues. Nov. 15 at noon at 51 South 4th Ave. Please RSVP by calling 250-3924489. Big Brothers Big Sisters AGM Nov. 19 - 7:00 200-369 Oliver Street Please RSVP to Susan 250.398.8391 Everyone Welcome Chimney Felker Lake Landholders Asso. will be hosting a meeting for the residents on Sat. Nov. 24 @ 10:00 am at the community hall. For more information please call Susan 250.392.5632. Child Development Centre AGM Mon. Nov. 26 – 7:30 pm 690 N 2nd Ave – Aileen Hewett Building. Thank you to everyone that has taken an interest in the Cariboo Chilcotin Child Development Centre Association We look forward to seeing you at the meeting. New memberships welcome. WL Community Policing will be holding their AGM 7:00 p.m. on Wed. Nov. 28th in the Community Policing meeting room 327 Oliver Street. Members and public welcome. Next MS Support group meeting and social will be held Sun. Dec. 16th 11-2pm at the Bean Counter. Come prepared with a pot luck dish and a smile! If each person who is interested could bring a gift under $10, or a re-gift or something homemade for a little bit of fun. Tracey Lee 250-267-4611. MISC. WL Lions Club Reflective Address House Signs for information email or phone 250-620-0503. The Salvation Army needs help with Christmas Kettles. Please volunteer! Funds raised at the Christmas Kettles provide: 300 Christmas Hampers, Toys for Children, Community Christmas Dinner (Dec 25th) and assists with ongoing Food Bank expenses throughout the year. Two hour shifts available Monday-Saturday between the hours of 10:00 am and 8:00 pm. To book a shift call 250-3922423 or 250-267-2423. The Great Room - is a group of women who deal with physical, emotional, sexual and physiological abuse issues, in a safe confidential environment. Wed. from 2-4pm in The Salvation Army Drop In Centre. Call Dina at 296-4372.

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News Cariboo Bethel Church host its Ten Thousand Villages sale Thursday, Nov. 22 from 3 to 8 p.m., Friday, Nov. 23, from 3 to 8 p.m. and Saturday, Nov. 24 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. The fair trade event features hand crafted gift items by more than 100 artisan groups in more than 25 countries including Africa, Asia, and Latin America. Expect to see all sorts of global treasures such as musical instruments, pottery, jewellery, baskets, games, toys, linens, spices and chocolate, hand made paper and cloth bound note books and more. A lunch will also be available from the concession. Gaeil Farrar photo

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BC Cowboy Hall Of Fame Nominations Nominations will be accepted until December 1, 2012. Nomination forms are available at the Museum of The Cariboo Chilcotin, or online at Nominations can be dropped off at the Museum or emailed to or

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My friend became a Christ follower in his mid twenties. His life took a dramatic turn, he attended Bible School, and went on evangelism trips. Eventually he even became Pastor of a local church. As time progressed, and his ministry did not, he accepted an offer to join the RCMP, serving in various northern communities. Though he enjoyed the work, these years took a toll on his spiritual life and he became less and less involved in church activities, eventually no longer going to any religious activities. He even stopped reading the Bible, only praying occasionally. Eventually his lifestyle was one of drinking and carousing and partying. He retired from the force, but his lifestyle did not improve, getting worse in fact. He was often the life of the party. One day at the bottom of his downward spiral, he had a vision of God and heard God speaking to him, calling him to come back, to once again take up the ministry of evangelism. My friend knew that to live for Jesus again would be a dramatic change in lifestyle, one that would force him to stand out from the crowd he now associated with. His community would notice, asking questions and scrutinizing his every


BY GERRIT APPERLOO action. So he tried to strike a deal with God. “Okay God, I’ll serve you again, but I want to do it as an ‘undercover’ Christian. I’ll tithe, send money so others can evangelize, read the Bible at home, pray regularly, but I won’t tell anyone I am following you again. I will be just like so many here in this village, serving you in secret – undercover.” But God would have nothing to do with that deal! God never does. He is not looking for people to stay hidden. He wants them to be open about serving him, loving him. Just

read Matthew 5:13-16; Mark 8:3438 and see how clearly God tells us this. God does not want ‘undercover agents’, not even ‘plain clothes officers’; he wants people to wear the full uniform of Christ-follower! He wants the followers of Christ to be excited with their salvation and of their relationship with Jesus. What kind of deal are you trying to strike with God? What deal do you think you have with him? There is only one deal going! And that is ‘all out surrender’, a full commitment to him in all areas of life and every situation. It is time to get off the fence, time to quit playing silly games with God. We need to ‘come out of the closet’. It is time to “Stand up, stand up for Jesus” as the old hymn states. Surprisingly, for us to take a stand for Jesus begins by us kneeling before him in repentance and sorrow for trying to weasel out of full commitment. My friend did – he surrendered, quit trying to deal and now let’s God lead him. What are you going to do? How will you respond? This month has been declared a month of prayer for this area. Are you involved, either privately or publicly? Are you willing to be counted, open about depending on God to lead, guide, protect, deliver?

Gerrit Apperloo Pastor of theSeventh-day Likely Chapel Cameron Johnston is with the is Central Cariboo Adventist Church Please send questions to: Please send questions to:

The views expressed in this column are not necessarily the views of all the churches in the ministerial association.

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Where to go, what to do. Cariboo Gold dance/sing-a-long this Sunday afternoon If you love to dance or just listen and sing along to some great big band music of the 30s, 40s and 50s you won’t want to miss the Cariboo Gold Dance Band performance at the Elks Hall this Sunday afternoon. Cariboo Gold will be hosting a, concert/ dance/sing-a-long event for the whole family Sunday, Nov. 18 from 2 to 4:30 p.m. “We have people who love to do ball-

room dancing and listen to the old type of music,” says Elks member Arnie Zimmerman. “We encourage everyone to come out.” Sing-a-long booklets will also be available for those who would like to sing some of the old songs. Some of the dancing songs people can expect to hear are the foxtrot songs, Satin Dool, String of Pearls, Call Me Irresponsible,

and Sunny Side of the Street; the waltz songs Annie’s Song and Always; ballad/rumba song Stormy Weather; jive songs Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy and My Blue Heaven. Sing-a-long songs include Hail, Hail, the Gang’s All Here; Heart of my Heart (quick step); K-K-Katy/Goodbye Broadway, Hello France/Mademoiselle from Armentiers (quick step/two step); Over There/You’re a Grand

Old Flag (march); Bill Bailey/The Bowery (quick step); Tiger Rag (quick step); Look for the Silver Lining (foxtrot); It Don’t Mean a Thing (jive); Edelweiss (waltz); Sentimental Journey (ballad); and In the Mood (jive). And that’s just in the first set. Many more popular songs are included in the second set. Admission is $10 for adults and free for children under 12.

Refreshments will be available by donation. The event is sponsored by and a fundraiser for the Williams Lake Elks. Last April Zimmerman says there was a good turn-out for the Cariboo Gold event and everyone enjoyed it immensely. “We really appreciate the Cariboo Gold for putting on this event and hope to do it more often, depending on the interest.”

Museum Cowboy Christmas Saturday The Museum of the Cariboo Chilcotin has two major fundraisers coming up in the next few weeks, the first this weekend. The museum’s eighth annual Cowboy Christmas will once again be held in the Gibraltar Room of the Cariboo Memorial Complex this Saturday, Nov. 17, says museum manager Pat Skloblanuik. The Cowboy/Western Trade Show runs

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from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. This event features a trade show with cowboy and western arts and crafts from around the region, a silent auction, and an open mic for anyone who might like to get up and sing a country tune or two. This event has free admission, plus a concession. Tickets to the evening Cowboy Concert are $15 and available at the museum in ad-

vance or at the door. The concert starts in the Gibraltar Room at 7 p.m. and features award-winning singer, songwriters and musical stylings of Horsefly artists Pharis and Jason Romero, the Cariboo’s own cowboy poets Frank Gleeson and Bruce Rolph, and rounding out the evening will be the song styles of Stanley Stump. The museum’s annual Christmas tea and

bake sale will be held in the museum on Saturday, Dec. 1. The museum currently has a fundraising raffle underway. Tickets are $5 each on a two night stay and a $125 meal voucher at the 108 Mile Hills Health Ranch, donated by the Hills Health Ranch. The draw will take place at the Christmas tea and bake sale on Dec. 1. Tickets are being

sold at the museum and will be on sale at the Cowboy Christmas, Nov. 17. Skloblanuik reminds the public that anyone wishing to nominate someone for the BC Cowboy Hall of Fame must do so by Dec. 1, 2012 to be considered for 2013 induction.

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Poetry and music for cowboy concert Entertainers performing at the Museum of the Cariboo Chilcotin’s Cowboy Christmas Concert this Saturday evening at the Gibraltar Room will bring a mix of song and humour to the evening. The performers include folk and bluegrass artists Pharis and Jason Romero, country singer Stanley Stump and popular cowboy poets Frank Gleeson and Bruce Rolph. Stanley Stump Stanley Stump grew up in the Chilctoin and has been playing guitar and singing since he was a young boy. He sang and played in a band with Morris Bates early in his career. Stump writes some of his own songs and sometimes puts his own words to other songs. He has been invited to entertain at many hockey and rodeo year-end banquets. He has been very involved in the community volunteering time with hockey, rodeo and other sports his children and grandchildren are

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involved in. He was named Grand Chief by the Union of BC Indian Chiefs in recognition of his 25 year involvement with the association. He is often called upon to sing at funerals of old friends and cowboys and he has one recording to his credit.

since 1984. Bruce competed in rodeo in the 1970s and early 80s and later spent many years judging events. Bruce and his wife Lonnie love calling the Cariboo home and have a cow/ calf operation in the Horsefly area.

Bruce Rolph Cariboo poet, Bruce Rolph will be entertaining with poems based on everyday happenings in a rural lifestyle. He first started writing poems for the crew at the Williams Lake Stockyards, where he has been sorting cattle

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Williams Lake rancher, Frank Gleeson is known as the fastest, funniest, cowboy poet in the west. Frank writes all his own material and has logged five books of poetry. He has also recorded four CDs of his poems and songs. His original poems

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Film club shows Higher Ground Tuesday Film Club tries to bring you the greatest variety of films available, films from all around the globe, bringing different cultures and different ways of life a bit closer to you. Our next film, Higher Ground, is no exception. The film will be shown at the Gibraltar Room, Tuesday, Nov. 20, at 7 p.m. Back doors open at 6:30 p.m. The language of this film is - YES English. Higher Ground is the directorial debut of well-known actress Vera Farmiga, but not only that, she also plays the main role. She is excellent in both parts,  which is never easy but even more so in this case as the main subject of the film is religion and spiritual belief. Corinne, played by Vera Farmiga and at one time by her younger sister Taissa, comes to Christianity almost by accident: she raises her hand in affirmation at a 1960s church service. But it is not until much later, after Corinne is married to her rockplaying musician and high-school flame Ethan

The William Lake Film Club shows the film Higher Ground on Tuesday at the Gibraltar Room. and caring for a baby daughter, that she truly feels God’s presence after a near-death experience. They both join an evangelical spiritual group.  They seem to be happy, the family grows, and Corinne feels part of a community. They live in a closeknit circle, befriend each other and sing beautifully together. It all seems so perfect, but then doubts start to come up when she becomes close friends with Annika, a woman full of laughter and passion. Annika is dissatisfied with the male-dominat-

ed church, where women are left unfulfilled even in their marital beds. As Corinne ponders the coldness of her own situation with Ethan and the disdain by church elders for her bookreading ways, tragedy delivers another blow to her faith. She laments: “I’m still waiting for Him to make Himself at home. I’ve got the porch lights on, but He doesn’t

come.” Higher Ground is based on the book This Dark World: A Memoir of Salvation Found and Lost by Carolyn S. Briggs and Tim Metcalfe, who also wrote the screenplay. Farmiga approaches this difficult subject with a keen mind and a generosity of spirit that is so not Hollywood. She approaches religion from the stance of a respectful skeptic, providing food for thought for both, believers and nonbelievers. And she really makes yo u care for her char-

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Mentors introduce youth to heavy equipment One of the ways young people in School District 27 are being introduced to careers in the trades is through the Heavy Metal Rocks program. More than 30 people were involved in delivering the Heavy Metal Rocks program in Williams Lake last spring to 16 boys and two girls in Grades 11 and 12. School District 27, WorkSafeBC, local industry, and government representatives teamed up to host the programwhich provides youth with hands-on experience running heavy industrial machinery. Participating students interested in a career in the construction industry were selected for the program through an application and interview process, says Gordon Armour, School District 27’s, coordinator for transition, training and trades programs. During a visit to the program the Tribune talked with instructors,

coordinators and students. Armour said if the school district had to put the course on alone it would cost more than $600,000 but thanks to involvement by local business the costs to the district are minimal. Even the diesel fuel and flood lights for night security were provided by industry. The program started with the students taking orientation sessions in the classroom along with industrial first-aid and work-place safety training. On site, Fortis and BC Hydro started by provided demonstrations on what can happen if equipment accidentally hits a power line or buried gas line, reinforcing directives to find out before you dig where gas, water and other lines are buried and taking care when using heavy equipment around power lines and poles. Then over a two-and-

a-half-day period each of the students was given an hour-and-a-half of hands-on experience on each of 16 pieces of heavy equipment loaned for the program by the participating businesses who also provided the experienced equipment operators as trainers and supervisors. Armour said the students don’t just push dirt and rocks around for the experience either. They are doing work with a purpose to reclaim the exhausted Centennial gravel pit site on Bond Lake Road. The work to smooth out the site and return it to a natural state will be completed in about six years by successive groups of students participating in the Heavy Metal Rocks program. Bucket truck, crane truck, skid steers, excavator, mini excavators, loaders, dump truck, dozer, packer, grader, water truck, back hoes of various sizes and other

equipment could be seen busily working around the work site with students at the controls and supervisors close at hand. “It’s excellent. I’ve learned so much about the machines,” said Jesse Siwek a Grade 11 student when enrolled in the program, works summers as a general labourer and painter in his dad’s contracting business. Jesse said he is very mechanically inclined and it is helpful to know how to use a piece of heavy equipment if you have to. “The safety skills I have learned I can carry around with me because they apply to everything pretty much.” Ryley Gardner, a Grade 12 student that was participating in the program was also an ACE-IT student in the heavy duty mechanic program who works part-time for Peterson Contracting as part of his high school pre-apprenticeship training.

“I’m really enjoying it and learning a lot about the machines,” Ryley said. The students participating in the program worked a close-to-normal work day being picked up at 7 a.m. and bused to the site and working from 7:45 a.m. to 5 p.m. About 30 trainers, supervisors and other support people participated in delivering the program including members of the Lions Club who provided lunch on site for the participants, and on site security at night. Mount Polley superintendent Paul Allan and John Purdy a crew manager from Gibraltar Mine were also on site helping with the program. “We’re already arguing about who will get one of the students,” Purdy joked. “Its a great program.” Purdy noted students who have never been around heavy equipment before get to try out all

types of machinery and see what’s out there in the way of future careers. Allan said one of the trainers provided by Mount Polley for the Heavy Metal Rocks program took a similar program 20 years ago and is now a foreman at Mount Polley. Steve Rothman the Ministry of Mines senior health and safety officer for South Central B.C. along with Mark Harper from WorkSafe B.C. were also both on site. “This is an excellent program, Rothman said. “We have a lot of welltrained people working with us.” Harper added: “A lot of students don’t know what they want to do when they graduate. This helps them to make up their minds. If for no other reason it is good work experience and exposes them to a whole new environment.” New programs are also being introduced to facilitate advanced edu-

cation in the trades. On Nov. 14 the provincial government announced that unemployed British Columbians receiving services through the Employment Program of BC (EPBC) may now be eligible for up to a maximum of $7,500 in tuition funding available to help them access skills training. Previously, tuition support was capped at $4,000. Employment advisors are available through WorkBC Employment Services Centres around the province to meet with job seekers to help them identify the supports and services they need to become employed. Depending on individual eligibility, job seekers may be able to access up to $7,500 in tuition support for skills-training programs that address an identified labour market need. The increased tuition support will be effective as of Nov. 19, 2012.

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A Skull in Connemara winds up this weekend Tonight and Saturday night are the last two days to catch the Studio Theatre production of the dark comedy A Skull in Connemara. Directed by Curt Sprickerhoff, the cast includes Michael Rawluk as Mick Dowd, Sandi Alaric as Maryjohnny Rafferty, Cody Slinn as Mairtin Hanlon, and Alex Pinette as Thomas Hanlon. The play is on stage Nov. 16 and 17 starting at 8 p.m. each evening. Tickets are at About Face and the Open Book. Stampeders host Tomahawks The Williams Lake Stampeders host the Lac La Hache Tomahawks for a divisional tilt at the Cariboo Memorial Recreation Complex. Game time is 7:30 p.m. Pet photos with Santa Pet Photos with Santa take place this Saturday,

Nov. 17 at the Williams Lake Veterinary Hospital on North Broadway from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. The event supports our local SPCA. Turkey shoot The Williams Lake Sportsmen’s Association is hosting a Turkey Trap Shoot Sunday, Nov. 18, starting at 10 a.m. at the Rod and Gun Club on Bond Lake Rd. There will be 10-shot events, buddy shoots, Annie Oakleys and other novelty shoots. There will be beginner, intermediate and expert events. Prizes will be awarded. For information contact Barry Jenkins at 250392-6750.

The St. Peter’s Anglican Church Women’s bazaar and tea is coming up this Saturday, Nov. 17 at 549 Carson Drive from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Everyone is invited to enjoy the fancy tea and check out the display tables for home baking, crafts, and attic treasures. Fibre arts show The Williams Lake Spinners, Weavers and Fibre Arts Guild will hold a show and sale of their handcrafted creations on Saturday, Nov.

The Peewee Tier 2 Rep Team Hockey Tournament runs Nov. 16 to 18 at the Cariboo Memorial Complex.

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17 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Central Cariboo Arts Centre. There will home-spun yarn, weaving, knitting, crochet, felting and other fibre crafts.

The Interdenominational Gospel Music Sing-a-long takes place at the Evangelical Free Church at 1100 North 11th Ave. on Nov. 18 starting at 6:30 p.m. Special music will be provided with participation from local churches. Come sing your old time favourites with refreshments to follow.

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The second bedroom features a window with an extrawide sill, and is conveniently located next to a threepiece bathroom. Ceilings throughout the home measure nine feet. Exterior finishes include horizontal siding, brick accents and shingles in the three gables, which also feature decorative woodwork. Painted trim and partly mullioned windows enhance the home’s traditional look. This home measures 40 feet wide by 58 feet, four inches wide, for a total of 1,388 square feet of living space, plus the unfinished basement. Plans for design 1-2-652 are available for $567 (set of 5), $636 (set of 8) and $675 for a super set of 10. Also add $30.00 for Priority charges within B.C. or $55.00 outside of B.C. Please add 12% H.S.T., 13% H.S.T. Or 5% G.S.T (where applicable) to both the plan price and Priority charges.Our NEW 44TH Edition of the Home Plan Catalogue containing over 300 plans is available for $13.50 (includes taxes, postage and handling). Make all cheques and money orders payable to “Home Plan of the Week” and mail to: HOME PLAN OF THE WEEK c/o...(name of newspaper) Unit 7, 15243 91 Avenue Surrey, B.C. V3R 8P8 OR SEE OUR WEB PAGE ORDER FORM ON: www.jenish. com AND E-MAIL YOUR ORDER TO: homeplans @ tilestone.htm

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William Alfred Jenkins of Horsefly passed away on Saturday, November 10, 2012 in Williams Lake at the age of 75. A Memorial Service will be held on Saturday, November 17, 2012 at 1:00 pm at the Horsefly Community Hall. Pastor Fred Nerling officiating. Donations can be made to the W.L.S.P.C.A. LaPrairie’s Funeral Services entrusted with arrangements. 250-398-9100

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Are you looking for affordable child-minding services? We now have one in the Wildwood Elementary School. Call Nancy Gale at the Child Development Centre and ask her how you can get your children in this program. Contact her at 250-392-4489 ext 2056.

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Are you ready to discover opportunity with one of North America’s most successful forest companies? West Fraser believes in giving our employees a challenge they can rise to. At West Fraser, there are many challenging opportunities to build your career in our company. We believe in growing our team from within and many of our employees have built their career with us. Discover what you can achieve with West Fraser. 100 Mile Lumber is currently seeking a highly motivated:

CERTIFIED INDUSTRIAL ELECTRICIAN If you have good technical skills, an excellent safety record and above average interpersonal and communication skills, this job is the perfect fit for you. Preference will be given to applicants with previous sawmill experience, including a working knowledge of Allan Bradley PLC 5 & Control Logics systems. Good leadership skills are an asset. Our Electricians work days, afternoons and graveyards. Rate of pay and benefits as per the USW Local 1-425 Collective Agreement. To explore this opportunity, submit your resume and proof of qualifications in confidence to Pat Pasanen (pat.pasanen@, Human Resources Department, or by fax to (250)-395-8254. Applications will be accepted until December 14, 2012.

For more information on West Fraser and our current opportunities, visit our website at: We thank all candidates for their interest; however, only those selected for interviews will be contacted.

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Excellent quality 2012 cow & horse hay, large round & large square bales. Phone early a.m. and evenings.del. avail. (250)398-2805. Fox Mtn. Ranch. Hay for Sale 5’x5’ rnd bales, Alfalfa Timothy 1450lbs. Excellent horse hay, 2nd cut. Cell (250)305-9931. Horse hay Tim. Alf., small round bales, barn stored. $40. Spring House, can deliver (250)392-9706 Square bales, alfalfa timothy grass mix, no rain, barn stored. Great horse hay. $4.75/bale Also oat green feed. $4.00/bale 1(250)2432286

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Pets Beautiful Malakare pup. Loving, intelligent, and unique! Mom is p.b Alaskan Malamute, Dad is p.b Karelian Bear Dog. Make great bush dogs, and wonderful additions to the family. $400.00 (250)790-2226 or email Gorgeous Lab puppies, 1 chocolate left & 5 yellows. Born Aug. 31st. Had 1st shots. $500. (250)398-6630 MINI Dachshund puppies, ready to go Dec. 15th, sweet temperament, will have 1st shots & be dewormed, can hold w/deposit. $475 (250)396-7636 REGISTERED Grt. Pyrenees pups shts. health guar. mic. chip $1200 (250-998-4697)

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HIRE US TO CUT AND SPLIT YOUR FIRE WOOD With our fire wood processor we can process your log pile, up to 18� diameter logs into a custom 4-way split, between 12-24� long. $1300 per load or $1400 stacked. Selling bulk firewood, min. order 5 cords. Lloyd & Jenny Contracting 250-459-2145 or fax 250-459-0093 All sales final

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Moving & Storage

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Giant Auto Auction. Need a vehicle? Buy direct and save thousands on your next vehicle purchase, over 150 cars, trucks, suv’s, 4x4’s and vans. Selling on behalf of bankruptcies, repo’s, leasebacks and police recoveries. Don’t miss the huge savings. Sat, Nov 17th @ 11:00 am. Call Auction World 250-765-5282 Kelowna, BC.

Giant Auto Auction. Need a vehicle? Buy direct and save thousands on your next vehicle purchase, over 150 cars, trucks, suv’s, 4x4’s and vans. Selling on behalf of bankruptcies, repo’s, leasebacks and police recoveries. Don’t miss the huge savings. Sat, Nov 17th @ 11:00 am. Call Auction World 250-765-5282 Kelowna, BC.

AUCTION SALE: Nov. 17, 2012,10am sharp. Complete mill dispersal. Chu Chua Mill site (15km), Dunn Lake Rd., Barriere, BC. Items include: compressors, Kodiak saw mill PB120, welders, tools, metal sheer, scrap metal & forklifts. Consignments welcome. Haydn Auction Services Ltd., 4761 Gilbert Dr., Barriere, BC, office: 250-672-9809 cell: 250319-5230. ** items subject to change without notice.

HOT TUB (SPA) COVERS. Best price. Best quality. All shapes & colours available. 1-866-652-6837 Kubota Diesel Generator, 20kw, V2203-BG1 $3000. (250)267-8687 SHAVINGS: Clean, compressed. 2 sizes. New Cal Rabbit Farm. 250-395-3336.

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6´, 8´, 10´, 20´ & 40´ sizes available. Safe. Portable. Affordable. Rent or buy. Call Jason 250-296-9092.


Depot for batteries, rads, copper, aluminum, catalytic converters, alts. and starts. Will p/u, will buy! Phone 250-398-0672

Pets & Livestock


$100 & Under

Circle J 2 Horse Straight Haul Fully Refurbished, excellent condition, new tires & axles & electric brakes, pressure treated floor,vinyl bumper guards & rubber mats throughout, lockable tack-room under manger, side escape door. $3300 (250)392-0774 cell (250)243-0044 home

8 inch Fin Bore ice auger used twice $80 O.B.O. (778)412-2102 Black & Decker oil filled radiator heater w/dual timer & digital controls $30 (250)3923126 after 1pm

$200 & Under Cardio style elliptical trainer w/ digital readout w/7 settings & tension control, hardly used $120 (250)392-3126 after 1pm Set of 4 studded winter tires, 205/55R16 $200 (250)2675931

Feed & Hay

$500 & Under

Exc. quality horse & good feeder hay, round bales, & large squares. (250)296-3651

Like new Pine bunkbeds, sturdy, safe & good quality mattresses. $500 (250)392-6727

Apt/Condo for Rent 2 Bdrm Trailer Home on acreage additions-utility, den, porch & patio Double, Garage, auto doors, nice workshop, garden & shed. Million Dollar View All Appliances $169,900 (250)398-2690

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Largest Condo with best view in Terra Ridge! Level entry, large yard, Double garage, 3 bdrms, 3 bathrooms, Central Air, Natural gas ďŹ replace $247,000. (250)398-2975 evenings (778)471-1223 day.

Misc. Wanted WANTED: Old lever action Winchester & Marlin rifles and carbines. Call (250)791-6369

Real Estate For Sale By Owner 1993 NorTec 14x70 Mobile Home with 25ft addition, 3 bedroom, open kitchen and living room, includes all appliances, window coverings and furnace. Also has electric heat. $53,500. OBO Must Be Moved! (250)296-3502

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Firewood For Sale $125./cord delivered (250)398-0641

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2100 sq. ft. Rancher on private 2 acres close to town. 3 bdrms., office, rec room, 1-1/2 baths, beautiful kitchen, large decks & shop. Nicely landscaped & set up for horses. Lots of extras! $289,000. For more info call (250)392-1420


Reconditioned washer/dryer, stoves etc. 6 month guarantee. Will deliver in town. More info call Robert. 250-305-6344 days or 250-392-7064 eves. Used Jenn-Aire Counter-top down draft Range (electric) many extra’s. Ask for Bob $375 (250)392-2490

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405 Mackenzie Avenue South, Williams Lake

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Camp Cook Training Program The objective of this 10 week hands-on program is to train students to an acceptable skill level in order to successfully obtain work in a kitchen/camp and perform basic duties of food preparation. Students will be given the opportunity to obtain their First Aid Level 1 certiÂżcate :+0,S certiÂżcate and Foodsafe Level 1 certiÂżcate during the program. 8pon completion of the course successful students will have enough knowledge to cook in a camp setting or in a restaurant at an entry level. Training will be experiential using guide sheets and menus to prepare orders. Students will learn to use successful time management in order to have tasks completed. There will be constant supervision to ensure safety and quality of food products being prepared. All students will participate in setup menu planning inventory budgeting etc. All cook apprentices/students will receive a nutritional education. Students learn to cook with a balance of protein starch and vegetables make soups from scratch and cook a variety of recipes pushing out of their comfort zones to try new and interesting cuisine. The cook apprentices/students will work under the guidance of an experienced Chef. This program is funded by the 0inistry of Advanced (ducation as part of BC Jobs Plan and is TUITION FREE! Seating is limited. ,nterested participants must submit their resume and cover letter to Continuing Studies by 1ovember 0th 01. Continuing Studies Room 1180 0onday-Friday am-pm Thompson Rivers University Continuing Studies 10 :estern Avenue :illiams Lake BC 9* 1+ Fax 0..8008 'ates 'ec.  01-Feb.  01 0onday-Friday am-pm no classes scheduled from 'ec. th to Jan. th 01

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Homes for Rent


Sport Utility Vehicle

Sport Utility Vehicle

Brand new 1100sqft, 2bdrm rancher, in town, all new appl. avail immed $1200 +util. must be 45 or over. (250)392-0439

2bdr. condo Highwood Park, w/d, patio, excellent cond. $725/mo. Call (250)392-9119

Independent Living Suites One bedroom available. 55+, Quiet, Pet Friendly With a safe and secure environment. Appliances included. Laundry facilities. To view call Laurette at 250-305-3318.

Large waterfront 3bdrm, 2 1/2 bath home in town. 5 appl. $1800/mnth +util. n/s n/p ref. req’d. Avail. Dec. 1st. Call Mark (250)305-7742 Small 2 bdr. house, close to town, quiet older person pref., aval. Dec. 1 (250)392-5857

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Williams Lake Seniors Village Lovely 3bdr. condo 5appl. $950/mo. 3bdr duplex near TRU $950/mo (250)392-4086 Riverbend Seniors Community

Kamloops (55+) 2bdr. suite $1700/mo., river view, spacious, wheelchair friendly, many extras. Email 1(604)408-1023 Vancouver

Duplex / 4 Plex 1bdrm in 4plex. $750/mnth util. incl. Shared w/d, close to bus route. (250)302-1155 cell, or (250)398-5883. Modern newer 2bdrm in 4-Plex Available 1st of January. Details, Pictures and map at: Pet Friendly 2bdrm. suite. Seniors discount, free laundry, Avail. Dec 1st, $525/mo. (250)649-8439 or (604)5103252 Williams Lake - 2 bdr plus large laundry room/bdrm, gr level, private entr. laundry, & storage, one car prkng. Just renovated. 4012 N. MacKenzie Ave. $700/mo. incl. utilities avail. immediately. Email only:



Big Lake Community Hall Lakeshore setting, fully equipped kitchen, reasonable rates Weddings, Private Parties, etc.

250-243-0024 Misc for Rent

Rental Housing Conference, Thurs. & Fri. Nov. 22nd & 23rd Bear Mountain Resort, Victoria. Mini-workshops for Residential Landlords & Managers. • Hoarding • Tenant Selection • Insurance • Financing • Income Tax • Energy-Efficiency • Bedbugs More information visit: To register, call: 1.888.330.6707

Rooms for Rent LIKELY, BC accommodations, furnished rooms for rent. $375/mo inclds hydro, heat, phone, internet, TV. Mt. Poley Mine bus stop on location, located at Morehead Lake Resort only 20 mins from Mt. Poley Mine. (250)790-2323, 6101 Lakely Rd, Lakely, BC. Cabins available daily or monthly. Stop by or call! www.bcadventure /

Shared Accommodation Room for rent. $550./mnth $150 D/D utilities incl. Call (778)412-0040 after 7pm weekdays, anytime weekends. Wanted reliable roommate, nice clean mobile, working or student, shared amenities, fully furnished. $400/mnth 150 Mile area (250)296-3077 Cell (250)302-2635


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Pioneer Complex, 351 Hodgson Rd 2-85 S 3rd Ave


References Required Top floor of 5 plex $900 includes utilities 2 bedroom mobile, Horsefly Road $800 + utilities 1 bedroom basement suite, Signal Point Road, available Nov 15th $1250 includes utilities 3 bedroom town house, Hamel Road $1500 + utilities 2 bedroom basement suite $900 includes utilities 5 bedroom house, Signal Point Road $1800 + utilities

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250-392-2253 • 250-855-7127 (Cell) Large Main floor 3 bdr.,2 bath, Wrap around deck, across from lake,3 mins to town! Private/Quiet/Available. $1,095/m (250)392-5638

Homes for Rent 3bdr. home on 1/2 acre in town, $950/mo. Avail . Dec. 1st (250)398-0008 3bdr. house, Midnight Drive, Working people preferred. avail. immed. Seeking long term tenants. (250)398-6918 3bdrm home on Rose Dr, 15 min from 150 Mile, 20 acres, room for a horse. $850/mnth pref non smoker, pets okay, ref req’d, school bus nearby, oil/wood heat w/elec backup. (250)296-9087 leave message (on shift work). Avail Dec 1-15. 3bdrm upper floor of house, avail. immed., 10th Avenue. $1,000/mnth includes utilities n/s n/p r/r (250)392-3397


Cars - Domestic

Drive a little Save a lot Giant Auto Auction. Need a vehicle? Buy direct and save thousands on your next vehicle purchase, over 150 cars, trucks, suv’s, 4x4’s and vans. Selling on behalf of bankruptcies, repo’s, leasebacks and police recoveries. Don’t miss the huge savings. Sat, Nov 17th @ 11:00 am. Call Auction World 250-765-5282 Kelowna, BC.

1999 Ford Taurus SE 102,000 km 4 winter and 4 summer tires all on rims power everything, A/C all service records $3,700 OR $3,200 w/o winter tires call (250) 303 - 2371




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Want to Rent Garage/shop 10’ H doors until spring. (250)305-2911 (message)

2000 Oldsmobile Intrigue Fully loaded, pwr & htd. leather seats, a/c, 12 disc CD changer, keyless entry, p/w, cruise and traction control. Very well maintained, c/w studded winter tires, 157,841 km Asking $4,150 or make an offer. (250)392-2925

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1992 Tracker soft top 4 wheel drive, standard, 5 speed, 1600 Engine,p/s, p/b,good tires, good running cond.,no rust. $2600.00 Please call (250)303-0941


2001 Yukon V8 SUV 4X4 215,000 km. regularly maintained. Fully loaded (including heated seats) Remote start. 2 sets of rims (1 is American Racing) Seats up to 8. $7500. obo Call 250-296-0186

Real Estate

Real Estate

What’s Your Preference?

2184 Friesen Road 4.09 acres, set up for horses, 3 bedrooms, private

1595 Pablo Creek Rd

Fox Mountain, 75 acres, subdivision potential, water front, fenced and cross fenced.

4 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms, 10.25 acres, beautiful country home

37-560 Soda Creek Rd

Call me about these or any of your real estate needs! Bobby Lloyd, MBA Licenced Realtor



RV Storage 24 Hour Access RV, Auto, Boat Storage in town, secured outside, $1.00 /ft, $25. min, $40. max. call Garry (250)392-0439 Cheapest Rates in Town!

Suites, Lower 2bdr. suite, close to TRU, n/p, d/d, ref/req. $750/mo. includes utilities, avail Dec 1st. , (250) 392-7291 or cell 3050010. 3 bdr house, avail. immed. n/s, n/p. Close to schools & TRU. (250)398-8111 or (250)303-1546 cell. Waterfront at Lac La Hache. 1bdr. new walk-out bsmt suite, for mature adult, n/s, n/p, all new app., w/d private patio, util. incl. ref/req (250)398-6872

Suites, Upper Bright clean 3bdrm upper floor near downtown. New w/d, gas range. Avail immed. r/r n/s n/p $1100/mnth utilities incl (250)392-9580 Huge Bachelor suite & garage $575 Total Private/ Quite/ Available (250)392-5638 Semi-furnished one bedroom and den in quiet home, suit single professional, n/s, n/p, r/r. (250)267-5759.

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Terry Lyons 250-267-5117 Owner

MIKE AUSTIN Raymond James Ltd. Independent Financial Services Suite 201-366 Yorston Street Williams Lake, B.C. 5t' $FMMt5' Member Canadian Investor Protection Fund.


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2005 Red Toyota Matrix Excellent fuel economy. 45+ mpg hwy. AC, power locks. New directional summer tires last year, winter tires on steel rims, new front brakes, 198,200km $7500. obo 250-392-6321

2007 Nissan Altima One owner, 113,000 km auto, push button start, heated leather, sunroof, BOSE sound, 6 disc C/D, Bluetooth, pwr windows. Snows on separate rims. Cruise, tilt/telescope wheel $10,500 (250)392-5251


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Snowmobiles 2008 Arctic Cat, M100, 162�, boss seat, stock seat, cover, new cat claw track, 2500 miles, excl. cond, new m8 gear drive. $5000 (250)2963083, cell (250)267-3000


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Sport Utility Vehicle

Trucks & Vans

Trucks & Vans

Garage Sales

Garage Sales

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Reserve your space! 2004 Ford Explorer XLT 4x4 136,000 kms. V6,Fuel Efficient Clean,Well Maintained, Grey on Grey New Winter Tires, Summers too $9500 (250)398-5985

1995 GMC 2500 Diesel Truck Intake, Chipped, 4” exhaust, gauges, aluminum rims, possibly include 5th wheel hitch. Has matching 1997 5th wheel trailer if interested(extra) $4500 O.B.O (250)398-9855 or (250)267-5629

2009 Toyota Tacoma TRD Access Cab 88,000 kms.,V6 Auto, Premium Sound,Metallic Grey,Tonneau Cover, Running Boards, New Geolander Winters, New Toyo Summers $32,000 250-398-5985

Boats 1997 16’ Zodiac, 45hp mariner jet. $6500. obo (250)398-8204

Legal GMC 2002 Envoy SUV 4x4, very good condition, uses no oil, V6 motor, silver in colour, 157,000km, 4 winter tires used 1 season included. $8000 O.B.O. (250)305-3209

Trucks & Vans

Legal Notices

1996 Ford Windstar

Front Wheel drive, Power windows, Power mirrors, A/C, two sets of tires both on rims, clean, well maintained, 7 passenger capability with removable seats.


$1800. OBO Phone: (250)790-2555 (Ask for Elaine)

Drive a little Save a lot Giant Auto Auction. Need a vehicle? Buy direct and save thousands on your next vehicle purchase, over 150 cars, trucks, suv’s, 4x4’s and vans. Selling on behalf of bankruptcies, repo’s, leasebacks and police recoveries. Don’t miss the huge savings. Sat, Nov 17th @ 11:00 am. Call Auction World 250-765-5282 Kelowna, BC.

Cars - Domestic

2006 F350 Lariat Super Cab, Short Box, Fully Loaded, Great condition, 160,000 kms. Still warranty left, new studded winter tires. $18,000. Call Mat (250)392-0166 2008 Sierra GMC, $18,000 obo, or trade for older truck w/cash (250)476-1317

Cars - Domestic

Notice is hereby given pursuant to section 18 of the Forest & Range Practices Act and section 17 of the Woodlot Planning and Practices Regulation that a Woodlot Licence Plan (WLP) for Woodlot W1955 has been prepared. W1955 is held by Alvin Johnson. W1955 is located in Chimney Valley/Frost Creek area. This plan will have a term of ten years from the date of approval. The Woodlot Licence Plan is available for public review and comment by appointment at the office of Cedar Creek Silviculture Ltd. Please contact Matthew LeBourdais RPF at (250) 398-9010 or mattycan@ to view or discuss the Woodlot Licence Plan. Written comments must be submitted by December 19th, 2012.

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250-392-2331 Leftovers from your Garage Sale? Please consider donating your soft goods to Big Brothers & Big Sisters Recycling Program Purple bins are located at:

Estate Sale Nov. 16th noon - 6pm Nov. 17th 9am-? 272 Westridge Everything Must Go! Radial Arm Saw, Furniture, Household Goods, Lawnmower’s, and much more!


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LAND ACT: NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR CROWN LAND Take notice the PS Hydro Ltd., #401-151 East Keith Road, North Vancouver, BC V7L 4M3, David Kiess,, 604-916-7402 has made application to the Province of British Columbia for Investigative Licences covering the following. The company’s proposed pumped storage hydro projects are clustered around Quesnel Lake. Crown land File 5407539 UNALIENATED AND UNENCUMBERED CROWN LAND IN THE VICINITY OF POLLEY LAKE TOGETHER WITH UNSURVEYED FORESHORE OR LAND COVERED BY WATER BEING PART OF THE BED OF POLLEY LAKE, CARIBOO DISTRICT, CONTAINING 1,424.548 HECTARES, MORE OR LESS Crown land File 5407541 UNALIENATED AND UNENCUMBERED CROWN LAND IN THE VICINITY OF KENO LAKE TOGETHER WITH UNSURVEYED FORESHORE OR LAND COVERED BY WATER BEING PART OF THE BED OF KENO LAKE, CARIBOO DISTRICT, CONTAINING 1,109.084 HECTARES, MORE OR LESS Crown land File 5407542 UNALIENATED AND UNENCUMBERED UNSURVEYED CROWN LAND NORTHEAST OF WILLIAMS LAKE, TOGETHER WITH UNSURVEYED FORESHORE OR LAND COVERED BY WATER BEING PART OF THE BED OF WASKO LAKE AND QUESNEL LAKE, CARIBOO DISTRICT, CONTAINING 6,686.132 HECTARES, MORE OR LESS Crown land File 5407543 UNALIENATED AND UNENCUMBERED CROWN LAND IN THE VICINITY OF HEN INGRAM LAKE TOGETHER WITH UNSURVEYED FORESHORE OR LAND COVERED BY WATER BEING PART OF THE BED OF HEN INGRAM LAKE, CARIBOO DISTRICT, CONTAINING 1,144.726 HECTARES MORE OR LESS Crown land File 5407551 UNALIENATED AND UNENCUMBERED CROWN LAND IN THE VICINITY OF WHIFFLE LAKE TOGETHER WITH UNSURVEYED FORESHORE OR LAND COVERED BY WATER BEING PART OF THE BED OF WHIFFLE LAKE, CARIBOO DISTRICT, CONTAINING 777.497 HECTARES, MORE OR LESS situated on Provincial Crown land located in the Cariboo District. The file nos. assigned to the application are 5407539,5407541, 5407542, 5407543, 5407551. Written comments about this application are to be directed to Forests, Lands and Natural Resource Operations. 120 - 640 Borland St., Williams Lake, BC V2G 4T1 Email: Comments will be received until 15 days after the last ad runs in the newspaper. Comments received after this date may not be considered. Additional information about the application and a MAP showing the location and extent of the application area can be obtained at the following website: Be advised that any response to this ad may be provided to the public upon request. Be advised that any response to this notice will be part of the public record and is subject to the Freedom of Information and Privacy Act.

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RCM CONTRACTING No Job Too Big or Small

Landclearing • Fencing • Snow Removal Site and Road Developing • Ditching Firewood • Landscaping • Driveways


Randy 250-296-4724 / Chris 250-296-3636 Marvin 250-296-0128

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250-267-2242 any massage service

256 Westridge Drive between 9am-3pm

HILLCREST DRYWALL Complete Drywall Service

30 years of experience Big or Small Jobs Free Estimates Quality Workmanship Guaranteed References available Fred Swain 250-296-3570 or 250-710-6366

That job you wish someone else would do! Snow Removal, Repairs, Firewood Delivery, Chimney Sweep, Indoor Renovation, Landscaping, Painting, Artisitc Design, Siding, Garbage Removal

Mike Yochmans 250-398-0010 778-412-2116 Quality Work Guaranteed! Your Happiness is Important to Us!


Friday, November 16, 2012 Williams Lake Weekend



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31,300 OR $196

Gustafson’s Kia

112 N. Broadway, Williams Lake • 250-392-3035 • 1-800-490-4414 • • DL 17562 All prices net of all manufacturer’s rebates plus taxes, fees and $399 doc fee. K12104 - 60/84 @ 0% total paid $35,706.08. #PG10261- 60/84 @ 1.99% total paid $21,459.94. #K13022 - 60/84 @ 1.99% total paid $33,514.44. K13018 - 60/84 @ 1.49% total paid $34,750.46.


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Williams Lake Tribune, November 16, 2012  

November 16, 2012 edition of the Williams Lake Tribune

Williams Lake Tribune, November 16, 2012  

November 16, 2012 edition of the Williams Lake Tribune