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The College of New Caledonia has awarded a Mt. Milligan supervisor with their Industry Partner Award. John Sandstrom, Superintendent of Leadership Development and Organizational Culture was given the award. The award recognized the work Sandstrom has done with the college to provide mining-related courses in Mackenzie and Fort St. James.

Shelter rezoning passes first step ...again Mayor and council voted unanimously to give Fireweed Collective Society another kick at the can last week. A bylaw to allow the rezoning of the home the non profit group purchased on Second Avenue passed the first stage, for the second time. This means the group will once again present to council in a public meeting and give opponents and supporters the opportunity to speak on the the issue. Council will then decide whether or not to allow the home to become a shelter for women and children fleeing violence. The public hearing will take place 7 p.m. Dec. 12 at the municipal office.

Staff Sgt. Paul Thalhofer lays a wreath at the cenotaph in Spirit Square on Nov. 11, 2012. Thalhofer was the marshal for the annual parade from the Fort St. James Legion to Spirit Square. More photos on Page 12 and

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Pipeline slated for 2015 Cameron Ginn and Ruth Lloyd Black Press A natural gas pipeline proposal is being toured through potentially impacted communities in the area. The proposal to build a 700-kilometre natural gas pipeline that would pass through the Regional District of Bulkley-Nechako is being put forward for comment by the Canadian energy company TransCanada. The $4-billion Coastal GasLink Pipeline project will transport natural gas from Dawson Creek to Kitimat for liquefaction at a terminal that LNG Canada - a corporation composed of Shell Canada Ltd., Korea Gas Corporation, Mitsubishi Corporation and PetroChina Company Ltd. - is proposing to build. TransCanada plans to start conducting field studies next year and file the required regulatory documents with the federal and provincial government by 2014. If the project is approved by the B.C. Environmental Assessment Office, the B.C. Oil and Gas Commission and the Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency, TransCanada could begin pipeline construction as soon as 2015, said Bruce Wells, director of project planning and execution. Even during these early planning stages, the company is underscoring its commitment to transparency and, where possible, incorporating public

input into the project. Since June, TransCanada says it has employed a special team to engage the leaders of some 30 First Nations communities through which the pipeline could be routed. To date, the company has mailed 600 letters and met with more than 400 landowners within a fourkilometere zone of the proposed pipeline, called the centerline, located about 10 to 15 kilometers north of Vanderhoof. “Once you establish a centerline, there will be a considerably less affected amount of landowners,” said Wells. Mayor Gerry Thiessen and his administrative staff met with TransCanada officials in June to discuss the project. Since then, Thiessen has voiced his concerns about how the Coastal GasLink project could potentially impact policing and health care services in Vanderhoof. “They need to be involved in the responsibility of that,” said Thiessen. TransCanada’s presentation to Vanderhoof council came just days after the Oct. 17 release of a report by Northern Health on how resource-development workers residing in industrial camps could affect health care services in rural and remote communities across northern B.C. During the presentation, Wells said TransCanada will locate camps near the centerline to minimize the impact of traffic on nearby communities. Using polling, the company is attempting to

understand more about Vanderhoof and the issues surrounding recreational services, growth pressures and, to some degree, pipeline projects. “We try to get to know each community and find out what the impacts are going to be from our perspective,” said Wells. With a purpose of creating new markets for natural gas in B.C., the Coastal GasLink project will generate an estimated $17 million of annual tax revenue between the affected districts, according to Wells. But TransCanada has also been receiving some criticism recently for their safety practices. An engineer who used to work for the company, after coming forward to CBC, triggered the National Energy Board to initiate an audit of the company sooner than originally planned. The audit will be looking at the company’s integrity management across their pipeline network, which includes the Keystone pipeline, which goes from northern Alberta to refineries in the United States. The company also had an explosion on a sixmonth-old pipeline in Wyoming in July of 2011. The cause of the explosion has not yet been determined by regulators. The company, however, told CBC the damage to the pipeline most likely occurred during backfilling after construction, but the damage was not detected by company inspectors. No one was injured in the explosion, which took place in a remote area, however the blast was felt more than a kilometre away.




Wednesday, November 21, 2012 Caledonia Courier

Coordinated Christmas efforts

A number of organizations do different this year are eligible for charitable donaAlso at Moonlight Madness, Integris activities and programs over Christmas, tion tax receipts. These cash donations will open up the storefront next to their to help the community. can be dropped at the District of Fort St. offices and again offer up Chilli Blankets Month-long Events Some members of the community are James office or Fireweed Collective Soci- Bistro, giving out free bowls of chilli and Alcohol Awareness Month working to coordinate the onvarious ety offices. hot chocolate and accepting donation National Council Alcoholismactiviand Drug Dependence, Inc. 212-269-7797and prevent volties to be more effective The Integris Credit Union will be sup- drop offs of warm clothing, blankets unteer and community burnout as well. porting the food drive by providing a and food. The chilli will be on offer The Christmas Food and Toy Drive has space for drop offs of food, toys and win- before the parade and until it runs Child Abuse Prevention Month Preventup, Childand Abuse will Americaprovide once again started ter clothing. out. 312-663-3520 hampers to families in need over the holiDonations will earn an entry into a After the parade, the Fort St. day season. draw for an iPad. The draw will take James fire department will be cookAppreciation Month Kendall Donors can Jazz contact Jasmine place during Moonlight MadnessBeaverOnGolfCourseC0804.EPS on Nov. ing up free hot dogs for parade paNational Museum of American at 996-4446 andSmithsonian cash donations over $50 History 30 at 8 p.m.. trons.


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Hot Retail Co-op Categories Bicycles, Accessories and Supplies Lawn and Garden Motorcycles and Snowmobiles At the council meeting, while some councillors expressed reservations Outdoor Furnishings at the variance, the motion did pass. Recreational Vehicles

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Mayor and council voted toofapprove development U.S. Department Health andaHuman Services variance permit 202-619-0257 application by Thompson Creek Metals last week. The variance will allow Thompson Creek Metals to erect a security fence 2.44 m in height around the Month parking lot they are currently building National Lawn Care PLANET, Professional Landcare Network at the end of Douglas. 800-395-2522 Bylaws in residential areas usually require fences to be one metre in height or less in the front yards of residential areas. The lot in question is zoned commercial but in a residential area, a zonNational Parkinson Awareness Month Nationalcouncil Parkinsonapproved Foundation, as Inc.part of a preliminary subdiviing change the previous 800-327-4545 sion plan Thompson Creek had done. No development has taken place except for the construction of the parking lot for mine workers catching Prevention Animal Cruelty Month the bus up to the mine eachofday. ASPCA, American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals 212-876-7700

Councillor Joan Burdeniuk said she did not like the idea of the comHot Manufacturer pany moving Co-op this one part of their development forward, “without any Benjamin Moore Paints in the area.” other development Camp Healthcare “I’m not seeing that there’s any movement in that direction,” she said. Grasshopper Mowers Rolex Watch “I’m disappointed.” Whirlpool WhileCorporation Mayor Rob Macdougall and Councillor Riley Willick expressed similar concerns, they also still supported the motion to approve the variance. Special Section Builder Themes AdBuilder • Financial Property owners within 100 metres of the property were notified of the • Planning a Garden possible change and were given a chance to comment. • Earth Day Brenda Gouglas was the sole opponent to write a letter to council, say• Easter ing she did not like the idea. Special Events Peter and Florence Valk wrote4a&letter in support of the variance. NCAA Men’s Final Four Championship 6


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Crime prevention begins

Lakeshore Realty

After two community meetings on crime prevention priorities and plans, first steps taken Ruth Lloyd Caledonia Courier

340 Pineridge Way A touch of European charm can be found in this spacious home. Starting at the inviting courtyard thru the open kitchen, dining and sunken living room all situated around the central fireplace. Vaulted ceilings with wooden beams. High windows for lots of natural light, front deck with view of the town and lake. So much more $280,000.

way to provide information they know to RCMP. He has also been in contact with the Crime Prevention Office in Prince George to find out what the next steps are A mail drop has been set up for for setting up Block Watch and getting a C.O.P. program crime tips and the wheels are in motion back up and running. to organize both Block Watch and posThere was one previously in the community, he said, but You’ll find us at 169 STUART DRIVE, FSJ sibly Citizens on Patrol (C.O.P.). it has been inactive. There is some funding remaining set 250-996-8618 Staff Sergeant Paul Thalhofer made aside for the program and there is still some of the necessary the commitment to set up the tip drop equipment. box in the community and to begin the In addition, Thalhofer said PROPOSED PROJECT background research into setting up the he has requested some crime Block Watch and C.O.P. at last week’s prevention kits for businesses crime prevention workshop. in the community, in order to PROJECT LOCATION: The second of two workshops, there help deter some criminals. were far fewer people than at the first For Moonlight Madness, Fort St. James - 3rd Ave. E. & Stuart Dr. E meeting with only 18 in attendance, but RCMP have also already been breakout groups brainstormed on ways working on a plan to have an INFORMATION MEETING to approach the top three identified conRCMP presence in place to • An opportunity to learn more about the project cerns from the first meeting: drugs and deter problems with drinking • An opportunity to become involved early alcohol, loitering and property crime. in public and similar issues for Facilitator Zandra Ross speaks to the PLACE: Stuart Lake Seniors Recreation Building So a way to help make people more the family event. comfortable coming forward with in- group at the community crime prevenLast week was the second 250 Simon Fraser Ave. South, Fort St. James formation on crimes was addressed by tion workshop. Ruth Lloyd/Caledonia Courier of two workshops organized by TIME: Saturday, November 24, 2012, 1:30 pm the creation of a mail drop for tips. the Nak’azdli Alternate Justice Anyone in the community can drop information they have regarding a Centre in partnership with other community crime or criminal activity in a letter at the post office addressed to RCMP, groups, including the RCMP, the municipalMore information: John Koropatnisky and no postage is required, but the mail will be put in the RCMP mail ity, the Nak’azdli Band, and the College of 1-604-230-4050 box. Sgt. Thalhofer has already assigned a constable to be the intelligence New Caledonia. coordinator who will go through the information provided and it will be The workshops were facilitated by Zanfollowed up. dra Ross, who will now compile a report of “At this point here, we’ll take anything we can get,” said Thalhofer. all the suggestions and ideas moving forHe hopes the drop will provide people with a safe and comfortable ward.


Community safety With the assistance of the local Canada Post, a system is now in place for community members to supply information to the police with no risk to themselves or their families. If you have the desire to do your part in keeping our community safe you can now supply information to the police in a manner that will not put you at risk. You can remain anonymous or provide contact information to our investigators for follow up . • Write the information/details down, • seal it in an envelope, • Write RCMP on the face of the envelope, • Drop the envelope in any local mail box, NO POSTAGE REQUIRED The envelope will be delivered to the RCMP mail box The information gathered will be used to formulate a response to those persons that are posing a risk to our community. Information that is good for RCMP to know is: People involved – physical descriptions, ages, gender, Vehicle descriptions, license plates What they are doing and when they are doing it Example: The same person in the same vehicle making drug runs to the city - The same person or residence selling consistently on pay days - People in possession of stolen property - Grow ops There is no such thing as bad information everything is good for RCMP to know. They will sort out the information as it comes in.

Submit a tip using your cell phone

Call: 1-800-222-TIPS (8477). You remain anonymous. Criminals don’t. Text: PGTIP and your message to CRIMES (274637) If you see a crime in progress or, call 911 immediately.

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If you have information about a crime you can now provide an anonymous tip online using our

secure and encrypted web-tip form. You will never be identified. We don’t use call display. We don’t want your name, phone number or email address ... we only want your information. You will never have to testify in court. You could receive a cash reward of up to $2000 upon an arrest and charge. MtMilligan_logo_black


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As Mount Milligan moves closer to production, planning is underway for operational readiness. All departments are working to identify the steps necessary to ensure the mine and mill is ready for commissioning in 2013. Close to 200 members of the operations team have now been hired, and training programs are underway to support people new to mining. A new course, offered at the College of New Caledonia’s Fort St James campus, is providing the foundation for future mill operators. The 16week program will wrap up at the end of this year and the course will be offered again in January. Another option for those interested in starting a career in mining, is the six-week mine certificate program, also offered by the College of New Caledonia In addition to completing the hiring of the 400 people required to operate Mount Milligan, new personnel

are undergoing training including cultural awareness (a seminar conducted by members of the McLeod Lake Indian Band and Nak’azdli First Nation), safety, and emergency preparedness. Recent activities at site included a training exercise for members of the Mount Milligan Mine Rescue Team (MRT). The twoday session, conducted by Dynamic Rescue, provided training on the standards and regulations involved with bank/slope rescue and systems. All mine rescue members had an opportunity to fill each of the different roles, including simulating an injured worker requiring steep slope rescue. “Having a chance to practice skills in the field is an important step in emergency preparedness,” says Mitchell Chartrand, Safety Coordinator, Mount Milligan. “While we hope to never have to use our skills in a real emergency, we want to be confident and

ready if the need ever arises, and this sort of training builds our response skills and strengthens our team work.” A top priority for the Mount Milligan team is maintaining the exemplary safety record achieved during construction. Earlier this year, the project surpassed two million hours without any injuries. Thompson Creek Metals extends a big thank you to each and every person working on the Mount Milligan team. Nothing is more important than sending everyone home safely at the end of each day and a safety-first culture will be a key attribute of the operations philosophy. Mount Milligan will be a conventional, truck-shovel open-pit mine designed to produce an average of 81 million pounds of copper and 194,500 ounces of gold annually over a projected 22-year life. Additional information on Mount Milligan is available at

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What about social justice?

Operation Chistmas Child

Debbie Rockefeller M.A., R.R.P. Tl’azt’en Health Center

What about social justice? I suspect that if I were to ask each of you to define what social justice means to you, I would get a wide variety of answers. For most of us a definition will encompass many factors, including personal history, political beliefs, and religion or lack thereof. There will even be a few of you who believe that social justice is not achievable in society. So, it is agreed that a mutually acceptable definition of social justice will be hard to reach and even harder to put into practice. For the purpose of this article social justice will be defined as equality in all aspects of society. It is the striving for equal rights and opportunities for all people. Traditionally, the inequalities within society have been examined and explained from the viewpoint of the victimized. During my undergrad years studies of classism, discrimination, racism, nationalism, and other forms of discrimination focused mainly on the act of oppression, specifically those who suffered from oppression. Discrimination means treating people differently and less favorably, knowingly or otherwise, because of characteristics that are not earned or required for gainful employment. These include, but are not limited to, race, color, sex, religion, political opinion, and social origin. Other kinds of discrimination occur as a result of one’s assigned gender, age, disability, and sexual orientation. Lately, I have been reviewing research directed toward the experience of whiteness and privilege in an attempt to further understand the dynamics of systemic inequality. Through my previous articles it is my hope that you have gained an understanding of the multiple levels of oppression that exists in society and how each is linked to a system of privilege or domination. As a review, social location is defined as one’s status in society based on their membership in a social group. Inclusive in this are the numerous social locations we all hold (race, class, age, gender, ability, social orientation, and so on). For each of us, based on our social location, we experience both oppression and privilege. It follows that for every incidence of oppression there is an act of domination that usually confers an increase of status or privilege to the individual or group engaging in the act of domination. If this is clear, then you can move on to understand how our different social locations can and do interact with each other -- meaning how race, gender, class, and so on work together to privilege or oppress each of us on multiple levels (individual, social, and institutional). So, in order to fully understand how our societal systems of privilege and oppression work we have to consider all aspects our social positions because they all affect how we see ourselves and our interactions with others. In conclusion, exploring oppression and privilege in society can be difficult, but eye-opening. It can help us to understand others experiences with oppression and privilege and aid us in gaining insights as to how we treat others in society who may be different in some way. My final hope is that we can begin to view individual differences with compassion and appreciation.

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Editor: Operation Christmas Child brings joy and hope to children in desperate situations world wide through gift-filled shoe boxes and the Good News of God’s love. You can get involved by packing a shoe box gift. It may seem like an unexciting object to us. But, to millions of children around the world, that basic container has, since 1993, become a welcome surprise at Christmas and also a symbol and demonstration of caring and basic humanity. Operation Christmas Child has ensured that each year millions of underprivileged children receive a shoe-box gift. These boxes will go to children who normally wouldn’t receive a gift at Christmas. This year boxes filled from Canada will go to children in Costa Rica, El Salvador, Equatorial Guinea, Guatemala, Guinea, Guinea Bissau, Haiti, Ivory Coast, Nicaragua, Paraguay, Senegal, Sierra Leone, Uruguay, and Venezuela. Anyone can fill them, adults and children. It’s a great family project, it teaches your children that Christmas is not only about receiving gifts, but also about giving. Selecting items and filling a box is an activity that parents can do with their children. Plastic, reusable containers are recommended for packing your shoe-box gift. The boxes should be filled with a variety of items. Please remember to give $7 or more per box to cover project costs, including shipping. It is requested that you do not seal your boxes so that the workers in Calgary can check the contents to make sure everything in it meets customs requirements. They also need to get in the box to retrieve the money you have provided to help offset shipping costs. When the shoeboxes have been checked in Calgary they get packaged into large containers to be shipped to various countries around the world to needy children. Further information about Operation Christmas Child, a list of suggested items for inclusion in the shoeboxes, how to pack, label and seal the boxes is available at the Integris Credit Union. New: You can pack a shoebox online-go to www.samaritanspurse. ca/shoebox. When you have packed your shoebox please be sure to drop it off at the Integris Credit Union on or before November 23, 2012. For any questions please contact Cathy DeMerchant – 996-7846 or Norma Hoy – 996-8349, Or visit the website: Norma Hoy

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30th. If you wish to register and be part of theClaus paradeParade please contact Moonlight Madness & Santa pating business will be eligible to enter a prize draw. (1st-$450 the chamber at 250.996.7023. Floats will judged for 1st($100 Carmen Moonlight Madness & Santa Claus Parade taking pl Wheatley Notary), ($75 2nd-$250 TRu Hard-ware) 3rd ($50 HopsDistrict of Mount 2nd Milligan, Sana’aihand Market, 3rd-$100 November 30th. If you wish to register and beone part of the p Cold Beer & Wine Store) Prize. Further-more, prize draw for any Fort St. James, Mystery $100 Bell Heather Contracting please contact theDraw chamber at 250.996.7023. FloatsLtd. will jud who spends $10 at any participating business will be eligible to enter Sponsor– Timber Inc. Notary), for 1st($100 Carmen Wheatley ($75 TRu Hard a prize draw. Goodies (1st-$450 Mount Conifex Milligan, 2nd-$250 Sana’aih2nd Market, 3rd-$100 Districtware) of Fortand St. 3rd James, Draw $100 Heather ($50Mystery Hops Cold Beer & Bell Wine Store) Prize. Fu Ltd. more, Goodies Sponsor– Conifex Timber Inc. $10 at any partic 2012Contracting Christmas prize draw for any one who spends Food, Toy, Winter pating business will be eligible to enter a prize draw. (1st-$ Clothing Mount Milligan, 2nd-$250 Sana’aih Market, 3rd-$100 Distr & Blankets Drive Fort St. James, Mystery Draw $100 Bell Heather Contractin

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If you wish to and be part ofwill the parade businesses including retail, forestbusinesses including retail, forestbeen providing bookbookkeeping services to the ware) and 3rd ($50 Hops Cold &landscaping Wine Store) Prize. Furtherware) and 3rd ($50 Cold Beer & Wine Store) Prize. Furthermaintained extensive and ornamental gardens. Mel hasHops workedBeer various positions, including Canada’s years. We have experience deal- vegetable bookkeeping services including: ing ry, aviation,keeping logging construction, ry, aviation, logging construction, services to the forJasper 1st($100 Carmen Wheatley Notary), ($75 TRu Hardbyprestigious Sandie has been providFort St. James area over 15acre please contact the chamber atspends 250.996.7023. Floats will 900 resort, the Fairmont Park Lodge, in Alberta. Mel’s also offers Garden 2nd services, Lawn Care &judged ingBooks with clients in afor variety of more, prize draw for any one who $10 at any particimore, prize draw for any one who spends $10 at any particiSt. James area for and first aid.Fort and first aid. years. We have experience dealing bookkeeping services to the businesses including retail,WCB, forest Payroll (paycheques, sourceover deductions, on-line ROEs, Maintenance, Installations, and Snow Removal. Mel has decided join theCold Chamber of Commerce because it allows her comware) and 3rd ($50toHops Beer & Wine Store) Prize. Further15clients years. We have for 1st($100 Carmen Wheatley Notary), 2nd ($75 TRu Harding with in aarea variety ofover 15 Fort St. James for pating business will be eligible to enter a prize draw. (1st-$450 pating business will be eligible to enter a prize draw. (1st-$450 ry, aviation, logging construction, We provide computerized We provide computerized an expanded experiencepany dealing with venue of networking, and advertising. Mel can be reached at 250.996.8163 or T4s) businesses including retail, forestmore, and prize3rd draw forHops any Cold one who spends $10 at any particiWe have experience andyears. first in aid. eping services including: bookkeeping services including: clients ware) ($50 Beer & Wine Store) Prize. Furthera variety of deal- MountMount Milligan, 2nd-$250 Sana’aih Market, 3rd-$100 District of of Milligan, 2nd-$250 Sana’aih Market, 3rd-$100 District Accounts Receivable ry, aviation, logging construction, ing with clients in a variety of businesses including patingprize business will be eligible to enter a prize draw. (1st-$450 We first provide computerized ayroll (paycheques, source deductions, ROEs, WCB,ROEs, WCB,  Payroll (paycheques, source on-line deductions, more, draw for any one who $10 at any particiand aid.on-line Accounts Payable businesses including retail, forestFort St.Fort James, Mystery Draw $100 Bell spends Heather Contracting Ltd.Ltd. St. James, Mystery Draw $100 Bell Heather Contracting retail, forestry, aviation, bookkeeping services including: 4s) T4s) Mount Milligan, 2nd-$250 Sana’aih Market, 3rd-$100 District logging construction, ry, aviation, logging construction, pating business will beTimber eligible to enter a prize draw. (1st-$450 of Monthly bank reconciliation We provide computerized Christmas is coming, and so is Goodies Sponsor– Conifex Inc. Accounts Goodies Sponsor– Conifex Timber Inc. -- Receivable Accounts Receivable and fi rst aid. Theincluding: SOUPsource WALLAH  Payroll services (paycheques, deductions, and first on-line aid. ROEs, WCB, bookkeeping Fort St.Milligan, James,ofMystery Draw $100 Bell Heather Contracting Accounts -- Payable Accounts Payableand filing HSTcomputerized preparation Mount 2nd-$250 Sana’aih Market, 3rd-$100 DistrictLtd. of We provide bookkeeping services inthe annual Chamber ComT4s) The mission of MXV Integrated Health and Fitness is to Wallah refers to someone who sells or makes something. Monthly bank reconciliation Monthly bank reconciliation We provide computerized ChristmasChristmas is coming, and so isand so Conifex coming, isand so Timber cluding:  Payroll (paycheques, source deductions, on-line ROEs, WCB, 2012 Christmas 20122012 Christmas -- Financial Statements Christmas is coming, Goodies Sponsor– Inc. 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We- do weekly orpreparation monthly pick up andmenus drop with off ofa variety the annual Chamber of Com-NovemberUsing a ‘workout of the month’ template which they Accounts Receivable Food, Toy, Winter & Blankets Drive & Blankets Drive Monthly bank reconciliation Christmas is coming, and so is from to Italy, Americas, -weekly Financial Statements 30th. weeklyof ororigins: pick up and drop offand oftodrop We do orIndia monthly pickAfrica up off of Paris to 2012Blankets Christmas 30th. scale appropriately to each participant they can offer -monthly Accounts Payable merce Moonlight Madness FesAccounts Receivable Drive30th. paperwork and offer competitive hourly rates. -- competitive HST preparation and filing Clothing Fort St. James. Small business and personal income tax work and offer hourly rates. paperwork and offer competitive hourly rates. the annual Chamber of Comnear personal training level attention and progression in Please think of those less fortunate and in need - Monthly bank reconciliation Food,think Toy, - more Accounts Payable tivities Friday, November Please ofWinter those fortunate and in need Please thinkless of those lessonfortunate and in need - more Financial Statements Call- for for information: Books By Sandie more information: Books By Sandie Call information: Books By Sandie Please think of those less fortunate and in need of a group setting. Their workouts use many new and old merce Moonlight Madness Fes& Blankets Drive HST preparation and filing - weekly Monthly bank 30th. Christmas is coming, and so is TheWe Soup Wallah takes pride inreconciliation delivering freshly made do or monthly pick up and drop off of of your support. ofClothing your2012 support. of your support. 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We thank all our loyal customers for th in the future. 11:30 –Sunday, 2:30 December 2nd Lunch ued support and look forward to continue serving them in the future. – 9 pm Market research and analysis and its importance for your business. Successful businesses have extensive knowledge of their customers and their competitors. Market research is the process of gathering information which will make you more aware of how the people you hope to sell to will react to your current or potential products or services. Whether you are aware of it or not, as a business owner you conduct market research all the time. When you talk to customers about your business or check out the prices of your competitors you are conducting market research. Formalizing the process can produce a wealth of information about your products and services, your customers and the marketplace you operate in. 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We will store equipment, such as containment and absorbent booms, skimmers, and waste storage, in multiple well-maintained, readily accessible response bases, providing a wider area of coverage in a shorter amount of time. Barges will also be located throughout the marine channels for additional storage and equipment mobilization. We are committed to having staff, contractors, and partners in place to maintain that enhanced state of readiness.


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Fort St. James high school students were inspired to think a bit more about the “we” and less about the “me” recently. A group of Fort St. James and Vanderhoof students were loaded onto a bus to attend a We Day event in Vancouver on October 18. The event saw 20,000 youth crowd into the Rogers Arena to hear inspirational speakers and performers, including Magic Johnson, Archbishop Desmond Tutu, Demi Lovato, and Cody Simpson. Rhiannon Gammon, a local Grade 10 student at Fort St. James Senior Secondary, said one of the speakers who stood out for her was Molly Burke, a young motivational speaker who lost her sight as a teenager. Burke spoke about bullying, and it was not until the end of her speech when it became clear to the audience she was blind. Her speech was powerful for Gammon because “she’s been through so much it really made me respect what she said,” said Gammon. “It gave me chills,” said Kaylee Walstrom, another Fort St. James student who attended the event. Both were most impressed with Archbishop Desmond Tutu’s speech, who they had been looking forward to seeing. “He’s really lighthearted, but his message was clear,” said Walstrom. They said he made every one at the event feel welcome and included, and made listeners want to just sit down and hear his stories. Gammon, who has been participating in Me to We campaigns since she was in Grade 8 hopes to continue with different projects. “Personally, I’d like to do something about social change locally,” she said. The Free the Children group at the high school which meets each week has done Halloween for Hunger campaigns for a number of years, collecting food bank donations on Halloween instead of candy. This year the group delivered over 200 food items to the Learning Hub for their food bank. Walstrom and fellow participant Gabriella Willick also both said they



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Northern Gateway will be one of the safest energy pipelines because it’s been designed by engineers, safety experts and the people of British Columbia.

Our every intention is to ma make ke the North ther ern n Ga Gate tewa way y Pi Pipe peli line ne the str tron ngest st and safestt of its kin nd in Can anad ada. ad a. And the people o of British Columbia have told us that we must exceed safety standards if it is to cross this beautiful province. We’ve heard their concerns and have continually incorporated their feedback into our plans. We have added $500 million in extra safety measures–like thicker pipe, more isolation valves, meticulous pipeline construction techniques, and plans for around the clock monitoring by real people, in real time, with sophisticated technology.

We will use thicker pipe...

We will have advanced monitoring and response systems...

Northern Gateway pipe will have

Constant, diligent monitoring is vital for safe pipeline operation. Northern

an average thickness of 0.80 inches.

Gateway will be monitored on-site and via the control centre 24/7, in

That’s 20% over and above current

real time to allow operators to rapidly respond to any incidents. As

Canadian safety standard requirements

well, extensive geotechnical investigation and route planning

for the Northern Gateway Project. The pipe

has taken place and this, combined with sophisticated

will be even thicker when it crosses major rivers and tributaries.

monitoring techniques, will provide protection against

It will be welded with exacting precision and its integrity checked

geotechnical and other natural hazards. Pump stations in

using ultrasonic inspection and hydrostatic testing methods. And

remote areas will be staffed around the

to ensure safe operation, the frequency of high resolution, in-line

clock. Dual leak detection systems

inspection surveys will be increased across the entire pipeline system

will be installed and remotely

by a minimum of 50% over and above current practices.

operated isolation valves will be used, increasing their number in BC by 50%.

We will respect wildlife habitats and migration routes... To address concerns from the public that the construction of the pipeline will affect the

We will practice and be prepared for incidents...

environment, we have pledged to build it in such a way that natural wildlife habitats,

Our goal is always zero spills. To help achieve that, the

migration routes and fish spawning sites will be respected. During the building phase,

pipeline will be monitored from the air and the ground and

disturbances will be kept to a minimum by having construction vehicles access most of

routinely inspected inside and out to identify and address

the pipeline using existing forestry roads. Instead of building all new bridge structures, it

any integrity issues. But that doesn’t mean we will not

will use existing watercourse crossings where possible. When construction is completed

prepare for an incident. We will adhere to world-leading

on each section, soil will be returned and shrubs and grasses native to the region will be

practices for oil spill response and recovery systems. Emergency response equipment

planted. If any large trees are removed to make way for the pipeline, a new tree will be

and training will be provided and constantly updated and upgraded. Training exercises

planted in another location as part of Enbridge’s commitment to plant a tree for every

with our own operations personnel and local emergency providers will be conducted on a

tree we remove to build our projects.

regular basis. Can we guarantee that there will never be a significant pipeline failure? Our original pledge to build a safe pipeline combined with further enhancements made after hearing the concerns of British Columbians puts us closer than any other pipeline system in the world to providing that guarantee.

Discover more about our rigorous design and safety standards and join the conversation at

It’s more than a pipeline.

It’s a path to delivering energy safely.

©2012 Northern Gateway Pipelines Inc.

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Wednesday, November 21, 2012 Caledonia Courier

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COMING EVENTS... Will appear as space is available, free of charge in this section. Coming events are available to non-profit organizations only. This area is not intended for thank you submissions or selling products. It is simply a place for nonprofit organizations a place to announce upcoming free activities. You can e-mail your item to advertising@ or by fax: 567-2070. Your organizationsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; announcement can also be dropped off at our office located at #111250 Stuart Drive, Fort St. James. Decision of the publisher is final. *** FORT ADULT CENTRE FOR EDUCATION...Suite 221-250 Stuart Drive, in the Goodwin Building. Open daily 8:00-4:00. Call 250-996-7712 for more information. *** FIREWEED STOPPING THE VIOLENCE & OUTREACH SERVICE For those who believe all is possible!...Provides free Confidential, Safe, and Supportive counselling and outreach services for women. Hours of Service: Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and every other Friday. Location: Room 203, 349 Stuart Drive, Fort St James, BC Phone: (250) 996-1214 Fax: (250) 996-7647 Email: fire.or@ *** ST PATRICKâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S ANGLICAN CHURCH... hosts a free lunch every Tuesday from 11.00am 1.00pm. All are welcome. This lunch is made possible through the generous giving of time and resources,by many people in the region, including Sylvia Isaac, The Roman Catholic Church, Camp Living Water, and many other individuals.We wish to thank all those who contribute their labour

to this program as well as those who provide food and other necessities. We also run a small food bank on Tuesday morning, and are very thankful for all who contribute to this endeavor. For further information please call Gwen Andrews 567-6744. *** SERVICE TIMES... at St Patrickâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Anglican Church, Fort St James, will be 10:30 am every Sunday. Free lunch every Tues between 11-1pm with music and Prayer. Please come and join us. *** FIREWEED CLOTHES DRIVE...The Fireweed Safe Haven is doing a winter clothes drive. We are looking for jackets, boots, snow pants, mitts, hats, scarves, fleeces, etc, for men, women and children. The items will then be given to families in the community that need them. If you do not have anything at home that you can part with but still wish to contribute, you can purchase mitts, socks, or thermal underwear. Please drop items off at the Fireweed Safe Haven. For more information please contact Talia at (250) 996-8081. Every little bit helps. *** AUXILIARY TO STUART LAKE HOSPITAL... Monthly meeting 2nd Wednesday each month. Hospital Cafeteria 7:00 p.m. *** FORT ST. JAMES PUBLIC LIBRARY HOURS... Tuesday 11:30-8:00 Wednesday 11:30-4:30 Thursday 11:30-4:30 Friday 11:30-8:00 Saturday 11:00-3:00 *** NECHAKO VALLEY COMMUNITY SERVICES SOCIETY...Child and Youth Mental Health and Counseling Services available at no cost. Monday to

Friday 8:30 am to 4:30 pm. Call 996-7645 for appointment. *** FORT TRAP AND HANDGUN CLUB... meets last Sunday of every month. Contact Sharon at 9968373 for more information. *** FORT ST. JAMES SEARCH & RESCUE... steering committee meetings first Tuesday of every month. 7:00 p.m. above the Fort St. James Firehall. Training is the third Tuesday of every month at the Firehall at 7 p.m. New members welcome. *** MUSIC MAKERS...New members always WELCOME. Not everyone has to be on stage, there is lots of work behind the scenes. Call Rosemary Allan at 250-9968997 for more info. *** THE THRIFT STORE...has a new name! â&#x20AC;&#x153;The Bargain Basementâ&#x20AC;?. We are still at the same location, across from Shoppers Food Mart. Donations of clean clothing and small housewares are greatly appreciated. Please, no books or magazines. Proceeds are used for community needs. Open Wed-Sat, 12 noon to 4pm. *** PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT...If you know anyone, including a child, who has been abused or harmed by a psychiatrist call the Citizens Commission on Human Rights at: 1-800-670-2247. *** ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS... Every Thursday, 8 p.m. at the United Church Hall on 2nd Avenue. Contact 996-8290. *** FIREWEED SAFE HAVEN...a safe place for women and their children leaving violence or abuse. 24 hour access - please call 996-8000.

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Wednesday, November 21, 2012 Caledonia Courier

November 11, 2012 was another touching Remembrance Day in Fort St. James. TOP CENTRE: Laura Brittain reads and officiates at the indoor ceremony at the Legion. SECOND from Bottom Right: Bruce Macdonald watches while Ethan Schlamp reads In Flanders Fields in Spirit Square. ABOVE LEFT: Gord Palmer reads from the Bible at the Legion ceremony. ABOVE: (L-R) Harold Prince of Nakâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;azdli and Mayor Rob MacDougall lay wreaths at the cenotaph in Spirit Square. More photos online at Ruth Lloyd/Caledonia Courier

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November 21, 2012 edition of the Caledonia Courier