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Clearwater’s septage management facility will be located near the presM.P. Cathy McLeod ent sewage lagoons, said announced two major Mayor John Harwood. grants while in Clearwater Canfor has agreed to on Saturday. provide land for a new The first was for $1.4 road into the facility so million in gas tax money trucks won’t need to go by to construct septage residences to get to it. management facilities in Both the Clearwater Clearwater and Barriere. and Barriere facilities will The second was for be operated in $92,000 to partnership with upgrade the Thompsonformer Dutch Nicola Regional Lake School District. into a commuThe facilinity center. ties will help “I think make the North this is a really Thompson important Valley a better addition to place for famiyour communilies to live, grow ties,” McLeod and work, said said of the TNRD board septage manchair Randy agement projMurray. ect. “Kudos to The M.P. Cathy McLeod the people who Clearwater facilwaded through ity will mean the federal a long haul application for septic tank form.” sludge from The two the Blue River area, said facilities will be used to Thompson Headwaters treat sludge that has been pumped from septic tanks. (Area B) director Willow MacDonald. However, it About 7,300 people in the will be much shorter than North Thompson Valley or 90 per cent of the popu- hauling to Heffley Creek. “I’m thankful that we lation depend on septic were involved in the discustanks, said McLeod. sions,” she said. Until now, contractors have hauled the sludge District to move into Dutch for disposal at pits at the Lake School Clearwater and Barriere M.P. McLeod said landfills. Those landfills are clos- she has been involved in discussions to upgrade ing, however, and a new method of disposal needed Dutch Lake School for several years. to be found. Several funding The alternative would sources were explored have been to haul the septic sludge to Heffley Creek. before the success-

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Four of the dignitaries present for an announcement on Saturday of federal funding for septage management facilities in Clearwater and Barriere, plus for upgrading Dutch Lake School for a community centre pose for a photograph. Pictured are (l-r) Clearwater Mayor John Harwood, M.P. Cathy McLeod, TNRD chair Randy Murray, and S.D.73 vice-chair Kathleen Karpuk. Photo by Keith McNeill

ful application to the Community Infrastructure Improvement Fund produced the $92,000 announced on Saturday. “I look forward to Dutch Lake being the important facility that it should be,” said McLeod. School District 73 has agreed to lease the former school for 25 years (in five-year blocks) at $1 per year, said Mayor John Harwood. Plans include handicap access and bathrooms, rooms for seniors, free

space for non-profits to meet, as well as art and theater to make use of the stage in the gym. The former school will be a stop on the local transit system. The money from the federal government will augment $50,000 from Wells Gray Community Forest for the project. District of Clearwater plans to move its offices from the Flats to the Dutch Lake School. It will, however, keep the maintenance yard in

its present location. About half the former school will be used by the District while the other half will be used by Yellow Community Services. It appears that possibly the Community Resource Center, now managed by YCS, will move from its present location next to Raft River Elementary to Dutch Lake. The mayor praised YCS executive director Jack Keough for his cooperation on the project.

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Council notes: Recruitment Doctor recruitment continues to be a challenge for District of Clearwater, Mayor John Harwood reported to town council during its regular meeting on Jan. 22. On his suggestion, council approved spending up to $3,000 to send a person to a course on remote medicine to be he presented in Victoria in April. Sending a person to a similar course held last year in Whistler, while it did not result in a new physician for Clearwater, did interest a number of younger doctors to serve locums here, Harwood said. Interior Health is also trying to recruit physicians for the region, he said. The health authority would like more information from Clearwater on the advantages of living locally. “We’re not very good at saying it’s better here because...,” the mayor said. He suggested council set aside $2,500 for a committee to develop information on such things as the schools’ music program, outdoor recreation and other things special about living in this area. After council approved the two suggestions,

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Harwood asked that councillor Shelley Sim take on both projects. Callout system gets approval Town council approved spending up to $4,600 to implement an automated telephone callout system. The proposed contractor, Synrevoice Technologies, is also used by School District 73 and City of Kelowna, said chief administrative officer Leslie Groulx. Most of the other systems she looked at are based in the United States, which would raise privacy issues because personal data of Clearwater residents would be held out of the country. The phone numbers would be based on the District’s tax rolls, she said. The system could be used in emergencies or simply to let people know if the water system is about to be flushed, so they could avoid dirtying their laundry. It can select who will get a call by location or other criteria. No Internet help for now The B.C. government is working with Telus to provide additional telecommunications throughout the province, a government spokesperson wrote in reply to an email from CAO Leslie Groulx. She had written MLA Terry Lake, asking about getting Internet and cell service for the area from Greer Subdivision to the boundary of Wells Gray Park. The goal is to increase the number of citizens with access to high-speed Internet from 93 to 97 per cent, the spokesperson said. However, it appears broadband by satellite is the viable option for residents at this time. The cost of extending the infrastructure to Upper Clearwater would approach $1 million and still would not be available to every resident. The spokesperson noted that the province recently made $2 million available to assist people in rural and remote areas to get the latest generation of satellite technology. Mayor John Harwood noted that it isn’t just areas of Greer and Upper Clearwater without adequate coverage. Raft River Elementary School has no cell service because of its geographic location. Some streets in Clearwater have high-speed wireless on one side and none on the other. “We’re trying to correct some of the inequities in town,” Harwood said.

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The Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure invites the public to attend an open house regarding plans for upcoming intersection improvements on Highway 5 at Clearwater Valley Road. Drawings of a proposed roundabout and other traffic movement information will be available for review and discussion. This drop-in open house is scheduled for the following date and time: Thursday, February 7, 2013 2:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. or 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. The Royal Canadian Legion No. 259 257 Glen Road Clearwater, B.C . For more information, please contact Project Manager Dave Shibata at 250 828-4069 or by e-mail at Dave.Shibata@gov.bc.ca

Lieutenant Governor visits Clearwater (L-r) B.C. Lieutenant Governor Judith Guichon presents District of Clearwater councillor Ken Kjenstad with a Queen's Jubilee medal during a ceremony held Monday morning at Raft River Elementary School. Looking on are Kjenstad's grandsons, Jayden and Jaxon, and Mayor John Harwood. Guichon also spoke to the students regarding the programs she is pursuing, which include support for music and the arts; knowledge and literacy; leadership, mentoring those who will be tomorrow's leaders; and the environment (she is a cattle rancher and has great passion for farming). She visited Dr. Helmcken Memorial Hospital plus Evergreen Acres during her visit as well. After leaving Clearwater she had lunch in Barriere. Photo by Bekah Seagle

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Kamloops-Cathy McLeod, Member of Parliament for Kamloops-Thompson-Cariboo reminds constituents to show their appreciation for extraordinary volunteers in their communities by nominating them for a Prime Minister’s Volunteer Award. “Our government is committed to recognizing the enormous contribution volunteers make to our communities and our country,” said McLeod. “The Prime Minister’s Volunteer Awards were created as a way to annually recognize those who make SHOP LOCAL exceptional voluntary contributions, including individuals, not-for-profit organizations and businesses.” A total of 17 awards are given at both the regional and national level. The regional component recognizes individual volunteers or groups of volunteers, busiWEBSITE DESIGN nesses and not-for-profit organiMoTI Ad #957 zations. The national component WEBLOG DESIGN Clearwater Valley is divided into two categories: one Road Intersection Open DESKTOP+MOBILE House

for lifelong achievement and one for new volunteers. Award recipients will be recognized at an award ceremony and can identify an eligible not-forprofit organization to receive a grant for $5,000 (regional award) or $10,000 (national award). However, to receive an award, potential recipients must first be nominated by someone. The current call for nominations is open until March 1, 2013. Last year, the government received over 750 nominations. The first recipients of the Prime Minister’s Volunteer Awards were honoured at an awards ceremony held on Dec. 14, 2012 in Ottawa. “With almost half of all Canadians volunteering, there are many more who deserve to be nominated—let’s make sure their valuable work is recognized,” concluded McLeod. To learn more about the Prime Minister’s Volunteer Awards, including access to an online nomination form, visit www. pm.gc.ca/awards or call 1-877825-0434.

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Senior Raiders save choking victim Roundabout meeting coming on Feb. 7 Keith McNeill

Two Clearwater Secondary School Senior Boys basketball players and their coach probably saved the life of a Barriere school-bus driver last Thursday evening. “They’re heroes, as far as I’m concerned, said Jack Kelley. “They saved my life. I think they should get nominated for something.” According to Kelley, the incident occurred at a restaurant in Kamloops after he had taken the Barriere Junior Girls basketball team to a game. He was just enjoying a bite to eat with the team when he started to choke. “I tried to cough it back up but it wouldn’t come,” he said. “I was pretty scared. The Barriere coach tried to help me but wasn’t able to do much. I saw the Clearwater coach coming over. He asked, ‘Do you need help?’ I nodded yes. Then I blacked out. That was it.” Kelley missed most of the excitement, according to Clearwater coach Geoff Giesbrecht. He was trying to lift Kelley up to perform a Heimlich maneuver on him from behind when the driver went unconscious. Giesbrecht partially tore the muscles in one bicep when that happened and so was unable to do much more. However, two of his players, Jairus Bromley and Brock Vandamme, came over and offered to help. Both had taken First Aid training the year before in Grade 10. They lowered the

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CSS basketball players Jairus Bromley (l) and Brock Vandamme helped save the life of a Barriere school-bus driver in Kamloops last Thursday evening. Photo by Keith McNeill

unconscious man to the floor and began performing chest thrusts on him. “For 16-year-olds to handle that and act so calmly, I was very impressed,” said the coach. He contrasted this with some of the Barriere players, who were just screaming, and with one adult male bystander, who just stood there, doing nothing and then quietly walked away. However, one adult female bystander did help, he said. Unfortunately, Giesbrecht did not get her name. At this point, Kelley was not breathing and had no detectable pulse. “I’ve never seen anyone that blue,” said Giesbrecht. The boys kept giving him chest compressions for what seemed like several minutes. Finally, the unconscious man started wheezing and he spat out the piece of food he had choked on. The ambulance

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A twice-postponed public meeting about a roundabout proposed for Highway 5 in Clearwater will take place on Thursday, Feb. 7, according to the Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure. The drop-in open house will be held at the Clearwater Legion Hall on Glen Road. Drawings of the proposed roundabout plus traffic flow information will be available for review and discussion. The public meeting was previously scheduled to occur in midDecember but was postponed because of a tragic accident involving two local teachers. It was postponed again in mid-January because the ministry did not have enough of the information put together that it wanted. The proposed roundabout has become a major topic of discussion and controversy within the community.

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Clearwater coach Geoff Giesbrecht injured his arm during the incident. arrived about a minute after the bus driver started breathing. The attendants checked him out and took him away to hospital. “It was a scary moment,” said Jairus Bromley. “We’re very thankful that Mr. Giesbrecht was there. He guided us through it.” Kelley said he recalls when the ambulance arrived. The driver of the Clearwater bus came over and assured him that he would drive

the Barriere students home on his way to Clearwater. The doctors at the hospital checked him out and found nothing wrong. The following day he went back to driving school-bus with just a sore chest to remind him of his misadventure. It was only during the day, when he spoke with people who had been there, that he realized how close had been his brush with death, said Kelley.

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District Receives Funding for Community Centre The federal government has invested $91,804 to support the District of Clearwater in converting Dutch Lake Elementary School into a Community Centre. This allows the District the capacity to renovate a community asset and bring key organizations and stakeholder together in a central location in the community. Renovations will include the installation of heating, ventilation and air conditioning, exhaust vent and electrical heaters, cabinets, concrete stairs and ramp construction. The District of Clearwater will also refurbish the ceilings, construct new walls, and remodel the existing windows and doors. The new Community Centre will encompass the Municipal Hall, Yellowhead Community Services, a Seniors’ Drop In Centre and bring key organizations and stakeholders together in a central location; it will also be a stopping point for the Community Transit system. This project would not be possible without the generous donation from the Wells Gray Community Forests who has provided some of the leveraging dollars. Thompson-Nicola Regional District Receives Funding for Septage facility in Clearwater and Barriere The Thompson-Nicola Regional District has received $1.4 million dollars from the Government of Canada through the Gas Tax Fund to construct two septage management facilities in partnership with the districts of Clearwater and Barriere. The development of the these facilities will mean that the citizens in the valley will not be required to truck effluent to Kamloops for treatment, reducing CO2 by an estimated 75 tonnes annually and providing a significant savings in operational costs. The District of Clearwater will the manage the Clearwater facility in partnership with the Thompson-Nicola Regional District. Official Community Plan The District of Clearwater will be hosting a Public Hearing to consider the District of Clearwater Official Community Plan Bylaw No. 93, 2012 on February 5th 2013 at 7:00pm at the District Chamber offices. The purpose of the proposed Bylaw is to adopt a new Official Community Plan for all lands within municipal boundary of the District of Clearwater. Persons who believe that their interest in property may be affected by the proposed Bylaw shall be afforded a reasonable opportunity to be heard or to present a written submission at the Public Hearing. Any written submissions can be mailed to District of Clearwater Box 157, 132 Station Road, Clearwater, BC V0E 1N0.by 4:30 pm on February 5th. Snow Angel Nominations What a great community we live in. Nominated as a “Clearwater Snow Angel” are the following people: Donald & Carol Cross, Sandra Holmes, Jason and Leanna Prud’homme, Jerry Riddel and Dwayne Thiessen. Thank you everyone for helping out your neighbours. Please Note: In the District of Clearwater Newsletter the Clearwater Sno-Drifters phone number is incorrect. The correct number is 250.674.3773 Upcoming Events February 1-3 – Midget Rec Hockey Tournament February 2nd, 2013 7th Annual Arts, Health & Wellness Expo – Clearwater Secondary School

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“ Mishaps are like knives that either serve us or cut us, as we grasp them by the blade or the handle.” - James Russell Lowell, poet, editor, and diplomat editorial by keith mcNeill

Clearwater still needs a signature event Everyone agrees that Clearwater’s Winter Festival held last weekend was a great success for the community. Hundreds of local residents took part in the Toonie Ski Days at the ski hill, the Ice Man Fishing Derby on Dutch Lake, the free family skating at the Sportsplex, the Love Where You Live curling bonspiel, the Novice hockey tournament, and the free cross-country skiing at the Candle Creek Trails. The key words are local residents. There were, of course, several out-of-town people at the hockey tournament, plus a few more scattered among the participants of the other events. No one can say, however, that Clearwater was overwhelmed by visitors coming here to take part in the festival. It wasn’t that kind of event. The same can be said, unfortunately, about Clearwater’s Canoe Regatta, which has been held every September for the past several years. As with the Winter Festival, the Canoe Regatta has always been a big success with local residents. Hundreds of people spend hours at Dutch Lake taking part in a variety of fun races and other activities. The original vision of the regatta, however, was that it would act as a draw to bring visitors

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to the area during the tourist shoulder season. This hasn’t happened. While there might be a few out-of-town people at the beach during the event, the overwhelming majority are local. This should not in any way be taken as criticism of the organizers of either event. Both the Winter Festival and the Canoe Regatta are extremely valuable for bringing the community together to have fun. No doubt, given time, they also will catch on with people from elsewhere. An example of an event that formerly brought dozens of people into the community was the Clearwater-to-Kamloops raft races organized by Kamloops Junior Chamber of Commerce for several springs about 40 years ago. Unfortunately, the races were held at or near high water, the log rafts were difficult to control and the participants were often inebriated. After several near misses and one tragic incident, the races were cancelled. The raft races did generate province-wide media coverage, however. They were unique and they were compatible with the Overlander historical heritage of the North Thompson. We need to put our thinking caps on.

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We would like to take this opportunity to thank Bob Mumford for his taking the initiative in regards to having cement barriers placed along the river where we recently lost two of our family members plus our unborn grandson – who we will never get to hold, see his first

smile or his first step or to call us grandma and grandpa. This community also lost two upstanding citizens and very much loved teachers in this tragic accident. If there had been barriers in place on this corner, our family members would probably still be with us today. We do not want

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any other families to go through the emotional roller-coaster our family has been going through, endless sleepless nights, tears, nightmares, and constant thoughts, knowing we will never get to hug, kiss, laugh or speak with them ever again. No one really knows how we feel, unless you have walked in our shoes. Everyday we ask ourselves, “WHY?” We would like to see barriers put in place to protect all who use this highway on a regular basis and the motoring public that come to or pass through our community every day.

Rick and Cathy Dekelver and families Clearwater, B.C.

Re: Proposed Roundabout I have been following the articles about the roundabout but I like to do my research based on multiple sources. You would think from all the negative reviews that most people are against the proposed roundabout. However, in my circle of friends and family that is not evident. I would like to put forth my views which I know will resonate with many people in the valley. I believe the minister of highways is concerned with safety. Roundabouts are in use worldwide and are becoming more common for good reason. Fact – The geometric configuration of roundabouts, as compared to two-way stop control and signalized intersections, promotes the reduction of severe accidents such as right angle, head-on and left turn head on. My son has been hit twice with T-bone accidents (people running lights). Both times he was hit

on the passenger door, once as a driver and once as a passenger. He spent many months in recovery and suffered severe financial losses as a result. As for the cost, if it cost more to improve casualty rates, I believe we are being more responsible by spending a little more if necessary. My family is worth a lot to me. The reduced speeds associated with the design of roundabouts increases driver reaction time and reduces the severity of accidents, usually reflected in the reduction of injury accidents. A study in Australia showed a 74 per cent reduction in the casualty accident rate after roundabouts were installed. Also of particular interest is a 68 per cent reduction in pedestrian casualty accidents per year. There have been dozens of studies in other countries as well, all with similar results. Just Google roundabout safety reviews. If logging trucks can maneuver down switchbacks and steep logging roads

I know that professional truckers would not have any problem in roundabouts. In downtown Vancouver there is a fire hall that uses a single lane roundabout a half dozen or more times a day with no problems. It appears to me that a lot of people just do not like change. Remember the complaints about seatbelt use when they first came out? Now most people would not drive with out them. Turning on to the highway from Upper Clearwater southbound is just like using a roundabout. I only have to glance to my left. Wow, how simple. I would be proud to say that Clearwater was first to implement a safer intersection alternative that, I believe, is as inevitable as the coming of seat-belts. Once you have used them for a short while you will wonder what the fuss was all about.

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Do you think moving the District of Clearwater offices into the former Dutch Lake School would be a good idea?

Betty Koeneman:

Oh, I think so. We need things more centrally located.

Kelvin Symonds:

Yes, it would. They need an upgrade and it would be a little closer to uptown.

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Jim Miller:

That's a good idea. Dutch Lake is closed and this would mean they could use it.

I do think it would be a good idea. It would start using the building for something and it would give better access..

Moira Bellamy: Yes, it would be closer.

Global warming opens Northeast Passage in Arctic Editor, The Times:

— too much time and fuel. But as Mads Petersen, cochairman of Nordic Bulk – owner of the Odyssey – stated, “I thought maybe the Northern Sea route has opened up because of global warming. In Denmark you do not read an article about global warming. You hear about it all the time.” So Peterson contacted Rosatomflat, the state-owned company that owns Russia's six nuclear icebreakers. Three hundred thousand dollars later they were off to follow the Northeast Passage. And they made it through

In the Dec 24-31, 2012 edition of the New Yorker there is a feature article (excellent, as so much of the material in the New Yorker is) called Polar Express. It is written by Keith Gessen, 'reporter at large,' who rides a Danish bulk carrier Nordic Odyssey carrying some 65,000 tons of iron ore from Murmansk, Russia, to a newly constructed port Huanghua in China. There are other routes – through the Suez (right into the hands of Somali pirates) or around the Cape of Good Hope

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Disaster relief charges deplorable Editor, The Times:

When faced by natural disasters that put their lives at risk, Canadians depend on and expect our troops to protect them – yet M.P. Cathy McLeod and the Conservative government are sending mixed messages about charging municipalities and provinces when they provide this life-saving emergency help. Protecting Canadians has always been one of the core responsibilities of the Canadian Forces, who have proudly helped communities faced with flooding, wildfires, hurricanes and other natural disasters. Troops helped to fight major forest fires in British Columbia in 2003. Communities depend on the troops to provide assistance quickly on a scale and with expertise no one can match. Yet the Conservative gov-

ernment made a secret decision last July to force local governments to foot the bill for emergency assistance. They never told municipalities or the public. It’s part of the fiscal restraint announced in the last budget, cuts that Mrs. McLeod claimed were to “the back office” have turned out to be to essential services. The Conservatives need to be reminded that there is only one taxpayer. The policy of billing a municipality that just suffered a disaster is fiscal foolishness. The Conservatives know the cost of everything and value of nothing. Amid a growing outcry, Defence Minister Peter MacKay issued a press release late at night claiming that there had been no change in policy, neglecting to mention that his Department will now be creat-

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ing a bill and forwarding it to another department for collection. The effect is that the municipality or province will still be paying twice – once through their general taxes, and a second time to the federal government. While this policy may have already been on the books, previous governments recognized that charging disaster-stricken Canadians twice for the same service is unfair. These mixed messages must stop. Canadians take care of one another in times of emergency, no questions asked. Mrs. McLeod and the Conservative government must reverse this poorly thought-out policy immediately and give assurance to Canadians that they will not be stuck with a bill from their own army when the next disaster strikes.

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YEARS AGO: John Rottacker of Blackpool shot and killed a cougar after he surprised it in a shed near his farmhouse. The animal was almost dead of starvation. Blue River Volunteer Fire Department answered a call to the Peter Kiewit and Sons construction camp. A wood bunkhouse and

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Three cross-country skiers passed through Clearwater on a trip from Whistler to Jasper, and probably Banff. Eldest was Harry Crawshaw, age 77. With him were Don Whitaker, 19 and Mike Basek, 23.

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YEARS AGO: Forty-three riders took part in Clearwater’s annual Snowarama. They raised $6,100 for crippled children, reported Lion Mike McKinley. Oldest rider Willie Schuchardt raised the most money. Clearwater Timber Products employee Gary Radmacher was top lumber grader in Interior Lumber Manufacturers’ Association’s course, with a mark of 100 per cent. Kulwant Sian, also of CTP, was second with 99.25 per cent. WeyerhaeuserVavenby grader Kuldip Bansi was third at 96.50 per cent.

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YEARS AGO: School District 26 welcomed a new superintendent, Don Handfield. He has spent the previous three years in Surrey,

and before that was school district superintendent in Williams Lake for eight years.

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YEARS AGO: About 40 racers gathered in Blue River for the Canadian Natural Luge Championships. Speeds of up to 40 km per hour were reached on the 750 meter ice track. Local racers won four gold and two silver.

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YEARS AGO: Wells Gray Community Resources was low bidder to provide a bus service to Clearwater and area. A B.C. Transit official said the service should be up and running by April. Denny Fahrenholtz of North Thompson Community Skills Center and John Harwood of School District 73’s Star Lake campus teamed up to provide an adult education program in Clearwater. A local history book by Marie Swallow, “Birch Island a Long time Ago,” was for sale. It was printed

by the Birch Island Women’s Institute.

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YEARS AGO: The Ministry of Human resources announced that its Clearwater office was to close sometime during the fiscal year, and 402 case files were to be served from Kamloops. A 1-800 number would replace case workers. Clearwater Ski Club hosted its first ever sno-cross race event. Attendance averaged about 250 people per day for the two-day event.

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YEARS AGO: Brett Turcotte, a Clearwater Secondary School grad, brought home a silver medal from Aspen Colorado where he competed in the Winter X Games Snocross event. Wells Gray Outdoors Club hosted its third annual Raft Mountain Relay at the Candle Creek Nordic Trails. Nineteen teams had registered for the event. Mike Moss was the winner of the big screen Plasma TV raffled off by the Clearwater Minor Hockey Association.

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YEAR AGO: District of Clearwater began its first municipal fire inspection service. Letters to local busi-

nesses had already gone out, said fire chief Mike Smith. Blue River’s waterworks budget was to be $1.22 million during 2012, said Thompson Headwaters (Area B) director Willow MacDonald. That figure included $1.1 million for capital improvements that were not done the previous year. Telus was investing $1 million to bring 4G wireless service to Blue River. Construction of an eco-depot in Clearwater had been delayed during 2011, said the TNRD. The new expected opening date was September, 2012. Design work to close the Clearwater, Barriere and Chase landfills was nearing completion. East Blackpool resident Steve Mullen won the Rail Trail 200 sled dog race near Grand Forks for the second year in a row. His 12-dog team was the only one still racing when the race was called 85 km from the finish line. “This race has the distinction of being the toughest 200 mile race I’ve ever been on,” he said. Adrian “Brad” Bradbury was hired to be tourism and marketing manager for Wells Gray Country and District of Clearwater, taking the place of Heather Steere. He had previously been the CEO of Campbell River’s economic development agency.

Truckers give chairs to DHMH nursing station (L-r) Nurses Tasha Jensen and Geri Neufeld plus Ted McGill, a representative of the Independent Log Haulers of Canfor, try out two reclining chairs the log haulers recently purchased for the nursing station at Dr. Helmcken Memorial Hospital. The chairs are greatly appreciated, say the nurses, especially during a 12-hour shift when they might have only a few minutes to put their feet up. Since re-starting last fall Canfor has not continued with its earlier policy of putting over-weight payments into a special truckers’ fund for local good causes, McGill said. Photo by Keith McNeill


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Clearwater ESS changes its leader board Submitted Clearwater’s Emergency Support Services has a new director. Grant Gale is replacing Cheryl Thomas, who is taking on the position of alternate director. Gale was also a past chair of the former Wells Gray Emergency Support Group. ESS is the team of local volunteers that assists people evacuated from their residences due to fires, floods, hazardous materials spills, etc. Part of Emergency Management BC, the program will provide food and lodging for up to 72 hours for those who need it. It may also supply clothing, medication and other essentials if necessary. Clearwater ESS is currently canvassing local businesses to arrange purchase agreements for these supplies prior to any possible emergency. These items are not donations, as the suppliers will be reimbursed by EMBC for authorized purchases. This canvass also helps the team assess the level to which the community can support an emergency event.

The needs may be for a single person or family displaced by a house fire, or for many people who may be evacuated from an apartment building or subdivision. ESS works closely with other emergency responders such as fire departments, police and search and rescue during such events. Motels may be available for short term lodging, while local restaurants or grocery stores can provide meals or food for the short term. Clothing stores may provide low cost clothing for some who may have nothing more than the clothes on their backs when forced to leave their homes. Group lodging can be set up in community centers, arenas or schools if needed. Clearwater ESS has about a dozen active members. The team meets on the second Wednesday of every month at the TNRD library in Clearwater. For those interested in learning more, there will be a sign up table at the Health and Wellness Fair at Clearwater Secondary School on Feb. 2. You may also contact Grant, Cheryl or any team member for further information.

Erica Steiger of Erica’s Everything Emporium accepts a supplier packet from Hilda Zietsov, a member of the Clearwater Emergency Support Services team. ESS is canvassing Clearwater’s businesses to determine who can supply needs often required by those who have been evacuated from their residences due to emergencies. Photo submitted

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Valhalla Wilderness joins forces with WGWHC Clear-cutting threatens to make Wells Gray Park an “island of extinction,” says Valhalla Wilderness Watch Times Staff Valhalla Wilderness Watch has joined Wells Gray World Heritage Committee (WGWHC) in opposing plans to log near Wells Gray Park. Unlike WGWHC, however, which is proposing a moratorium on cut-blocks planned by Canfor in the Clearwater River Valley, Valhalla Wilderness Watch is calling for a cancellation of any further logging anywhere around the park plus expanding the park to preserve connectivity and core habitat. Both Valhalla Wilderness Watch and WGWHC point to a decline in mountain caribou numbers. Census figures

show that the Wells Gray-Thompson River subpopulation went from an estimated 274 animals in 2007 to an estimated 172 animals in 2011. “That’s a steep, alarming rate of decline for the last six years,”said Anne Sherrod, a director of Valhalla Wilderness Watch in a recent media release. “The area around the southwestern, southern, and eastern boundaries of the park is an appalling sea of clear-cuts and roads,” said Sherrod. “The B.C. government has allowed clear-cutting right up to the park boundaries. It has been well known for years that surrounding parks with clear-cuts and roads isolates species at risk and can eventually wipe them out.”

In Wells Gray, wildfires burned through the park’s main valleys in the early 20th century, Valhalla Wilderness Watch stated. This created forage that supported high numbers of moose and deer, which in turn supported an increased population of wolves. Biologists say wolves are eating the caribou, but the park’s forest is now approaching the age that will favour caribou and naturally reduce moose, deer and wolves. But clear-cutting outside the park keeps creating moose-deer-wolf habitat. “We can’t keep increasing the density of these animals outside the park and expect them not to move into the park,” says Sherrod.

Ottawa hands reserve authority to British Columbia By Tom Fletcher, Black Press B.C.’s first liquefied natural gas project is to be built on Haisla Nation reserve land, and now the province will be able to regulate its industrial and environmental terms. Federal Aboriginal Affairs Minister John Duncan announced new regulations Tuesday of last week to replace federal

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Cold start for a young immigrant The North Thompson winter of 1954 was memorable for bride-to-be North Thompson Star/Journal January 1954 was a bitterly cold night when a new immigrant to Canada stepped off the train in Kamloops. It was dark, and a sharp icy north wind was blowing into the face of Elli Hoehre as she stood on the platform of the train station. She was chilled through, and feeling forlorn and lost in this new country. A country where she only knew one person, her fiancé, who had come to Canada just over a year earlier. But relief and excitement quickly replaced her dark mood when her husband to be, Otto Kohnert, was suddenly beside her, taking young Elli into his arms. Once the greetings and excitement had slowed down, Otto introduced Elli to Johnny Uppenborn, who had driven Otto in from Darfield in the North Thompson Valley, to pick Elli up. Elli says she was “horrified” when the two men told her they were expected to stop in at Dr. and Mrs. Walles’ home in Kamloops before heading to Darfield, as the couple were eager to meet their new nanny from Germany. Elli could only comment in shock, “What, go to the home of my new employer at midnight?” This was a complete breach of good manners in the eyes of the newly landed German girl. But Johnny told her, “Don’t fret, you are in Canada now, we do things a bit different here.” So off they went to the doctor’s home, where Elli had an introductory meeting with Mrs. Walles, which proved slightly complicated due to the fact that Elli could only speak a few words of English. However, much to her relief, the three were soon on the road up the North Thompson where Elli would start her life in Canada with the Uppenborn’s and Otto, as she adjusted to this vast country and a brand new page of her life. The cold was so sharp it could take your breath away that first week in January of ’54. Snow covered everything, including Highway 5, which was just a winding unpaved road back then. As Elli sat between the two men on the way to her new home, she was stunned by the winter landscape she was being transported into, it looked like an endless land of ice and snow. The temperature was hovering around minus -40° degrees Fahrenheit, and the snow was reaching above her knees, but then, she was only 5’2” tall. They arrived at the Uppenborn’s Darfield farm in the wee small hours of the morn-

ing, and it was not long before everyone had settled down to sleep. When Elli awoke and looked out the window, she saw that the moon was still out along the hills across the valley, it was starting to get light outside. Elli wondered where everyone was at 6:00 a.m. in the morning? As she looked out the window Elli saw Gertrude Uppenborn just going into the milking barn carrying a coil lantern. It was still cold outside, really cold; Gertrude’s frozen breath looked like a tiny cloud on her face. Elli opened the front door to call to her, but just as quickly closed it again; the cold seemed to bite at her face as soon as it touched her. Once the milking had been completed, and all the other chores done in the barn, it was time for the people to have breakfast. Johnny was the cook that morning, and Elli, being a city person, was amazed how quickly everything was prepared on the kitchen’s wood stove. There was no electricity in the North Thompson Valley back in 1954, but the wood stove kept the room cozy and comfortable as everyone gathered around the big table for Elli’s first breakfast in Canada. However, once the meal was completed Elli was told there were more outdoor chores to take care of. Johnny thought it was a good idea to get Elli off to a good start in her new country, minus -40° below or not! She was to go out and feed the beef cows in the field with him, as Otto was already busy looking after fire wood duty that morning. Everyone helped to get Elli so bundled up in warm clothes she could hardly move, and then off they went loading hay bales onto a trailer, which was hitched to a tractor and driven across Highway 5 to a field where the cows were already eagerly waiting. Elli’s job was to cut the strings on a bale, and toss the hay off the trailer to the cows as Johnny slowly drove the tractor along. Throwing hay proved to be a bit much for the new farm girl, so Johnny told her to drive the tractor. Elli was speechless – she had no idea how to do that. “No problem”, said Johnny, “Just sit here and hold the steering wheel still and keep your foot on the gas, but not too hard.” To Elli’s amazement, she managed to drive the big tractor, and everything worked out without incident. But she was glad that Johnny took over when the trailer was empty, and drove them back to the house. Otto was all smiles to find his bride to be

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Elli Hoehre’s introduction to the North Thompson Valley in January of 1954, had her feeling a little forlorn with the deep snow and minus -40° temperatures that greeted her on arrival at the Uppenborn Farm in Darfield. If you look closely you can just see the young Elli, she is coming in from doing chores in the dark of early morning, to the much anticipated warmth she will find inside the friendly farmhouse kitchen. had been properly initiated into country life, and told her, with a big smile on his face, “Guess you’ll do okay in Canada”. Now that all the chores had been done, and everyone, both human and livestock had been fed, Elli and Otto were finally able to spend some time together in the warm friendly living room of the farm house; then happily caught up on what had been happening in each of their lives after 14 months of separation. The young couple were content to sit together and look out the window at the beautiful snow-covered landscape of a Canadian winter. The warmth of the house, and warmth of their love for each other, gave Elli a feeling of contentment and hap-

piness, as she and Otto celebrated their first day together in a lifelong adventure of living in the North Thompson Valley. Although the beauty of the area was inviting them out for a walk, both agreed it would be prudent to leave that for another time, mostly due to the fact the young German immigrant’s short stature could place her in danger of disappearing into one of the numerous deep snow drifts that Old Man Winter had brought to the valley for the new year of 1954! * Editor’s note: Just over one year later, Elli and Otto became man and wife. They will be celebrating their 58th wedding anniversary in April of this year where they now reside in the North Thompson community of Barriere.

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Local long-haul driver speaks out against roundabout Keith McNeill Clearwater-based long-haul truck Trapper (“Just call me Trapper.”) doesn’t think the proposed roundabout on Highway 5 in Clearwater would be a good idea. “I don’t know why we need a circle here,” he said. “It would just be a nuisance for us, for truck drivers in general.” Most curves on highways are angled inwards to counteract centrifugal force. On a roundabout, there is a raised disk or truck apron in the middle for truckers to trail their inside wheels on. That means the load is, in fact, leaning towards the outside of the curve. That might not sound like much, but for trucks hauling liquid loads, especially with an inexperienced driver, it could be a recipe for disaster, Trapper said. Much would depend on the engineering. A roundabout in Edmonton at St. Albert Street and 111th is a good example of one that works well. On the other

hand, there is a roundabout in northern Ontario that truckers detour through a national park to avoid. “Do you want us on your road or do you want us in your national park?” he asked. The roundabout is being proposed to improve safety and to highlight the road to Wells Gray Park, he said. However, he felt there are cheaper and less intrusive alternatives. If there is concern about students crossing the highway unsafely, the place to start is education, Trapper believed. Better enforcement of speed limits also would help. Clearwater used to have a reputation with long-distance truckers as a place to slow down, but no longer, he said. “There’re all kinds of ways to highlight the road to Wells Gray Park,” he added. “There’s lots of room for a big sign by the highway. You could use beautiful wood or whatever.” “A roundabout is a traffic control

device. It’s not meant for advertising.” Most people don’t appreciate the contribution truck drivers make to the economy, Trapper felt. “I’ve got to go for the economy to go, and I need coffee and food to go. If you begrudge me my coffee, you can do without your pantyhose,” he said. The long-distance The roundabout proposed for Highway 5 would just create a bottleneck trucker believed the for truckers, says long-distance driver Trapper (John Kuiper). roundabout will go Photo by Keith McNeill ahead, no matter “You’re going to put a big bottleneck what, and that the trucking community in the only 84 tonne route across B.C.,” he will adapt. added. “You’ve got to ask why.” “We’re professionals. That’s what we do,” he said.

B.C. Safety Authority sets new rules for sawmills By Tom Fletcher, Black Press

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the BCSA team has worked with the industry and employees to develop new rules, some of which use techniques developed in underground coal mining. The recommendations call for changes to the layout of mills so hot equipment is easier to keep clean and is sepa-

tions, the new Babine sawmill will contain state-of-the-art equipment and systems to collect wood dust at the machine source,” the statement said. “It will have equipment, building and floor plans designed to facilitate clean-up and reduce areas where wood dust can accumulate.” Company officials declined further comment, as Crown prosecutors continue their review to see if the incidents warrant charges against the companies or individuals under the Workers Compensation Act. Negligence and other criminal charges were ruled out after an earlier police investigation.

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rated from sources of dust. “I think this will be very positive for the workers, who I know have been very worried about what happened, both at Babine and at Lakeland,” Rustad said. “The authority is looking to do a 60-day consultation period with industry to meet those standards, and then asking industry to bring forward an implementation plan for each of their facilities by midJune.” Babine Forest Products issued a statement afterwards, saying it supports the direction of the recommendations. “Consistent with the BCSA recommenda-

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Annie Johnson wears a happy smile at Clearwater ski hill on Saturday. She was getting towed around on a wooden sled by her mother, Ursula Johnson.

Glorious sunset The sun striking clouds creates vivid colors as it sets near Clearwater recently. A reader brought the photo into the newspaper. Photo by Garth Cook

Keith Moore is Barriere Citizen of Year Elli Kohnert Barriere Star Journal Area residents, out of town guests, and family members gathered on Jan. 19 to toast Barriere’s Keith Moore as the Citizen of the Year for 2012. The attendees filled the Lions Hall, and

everyone was ready and looking forward to not just toasting, but doing a little roasting as well of this man who has spent many of his 91 years in the Barriere area. Long known for his ceaseless volunteer work and willing attitude to help out, all agreed Moore was a

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Keith Moore perfect choice for the award. Master of ceremonies Beverly Murphy said, “We’re here to honor this fine Citizen Keith Moore, who has had a big part in shaping many service groups in Barriere.” What followed was a lineup of speakers, all there to congratulate Moore. North Thompson Star/Journal publisher Al Kirkwood presented the newspaper’s Citizen of the Year award to Moore as well as an award recognizing Moore’s accomplishments from the Barriere Fire Department, where he served as fire chief many years ago. Dignitaries, such as MP Terry Lake, Mayor Bill Humphreys, and

TNRD director Bill Kershaw gave the Citizen of the Year much well-deserved praise, as did a number of others who came up to speak. In the middle of the program, the MC interrupted to announce the arrival of messengers from the War Front of many years ago, the USO Girls (Babes, Cathy, Jude and Beverly), who gave a rousing rendition of “The North Atlantic Squadron”. The words had been somewhat changed to suit the occasion, but all present enjoyed it all. Moore wore his ‘crown’ through the ceremonies with much good humour, proving he really is a “King” within the community. “I believe the Citizen of the Year Banquet is a wonderful celebration of community that honours all volunteers,” said Murphy. “Even though there is always one main honouree, it is amazing how many past Citizens of the Years and fellow volunteers are there to support the current year’s recipient.”

Fun at ski hill Left: M.P. Cathy McLeod gets ready to take a few runs at Clearwater ski hill on Saturday. About 250 skiers took advantage of Toonie Days at the faciity over the weekend – part of the Clearwater Winter Festival. Photos by Keith McNeill

Putting on the wax Christine Graham applies wax as she gets ready to enjoy cross-country skiing on the Candle Creek Trails. Wells Gray Outdoor Club did not charge to use the trails during the Clearwater Winter Festival. Photo by Keith McNeill


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Rotary hosts annual Ice Man Fish Derby Left: Dallas Luxton, age three, tries his hand at ice-fishing for the first time in his life. He was having fun, he says. Many youngsters took part in activities organized by Clearwater Trout Hatchery during the derby.

Devin Holland (l) holds up a nice-looking kokanee while Jerry Carter holds the 44 cm sucker that won him the $300 first place prize in Clearwater Rotary Club's annual Ice Man fishing derby on Sunday morning. A total of 55 anglers registered, up from 42 last year.

Left: Jim Thomas holds up the 35.5 cm kokanee that won him the $200 second place prize in the fishing derby. A good many more fish were caught this year than in previous years, possibly because the derby was held earlier in the season.

Left: (L-r) Matt Parsons, Robert Donnelly and Terry Reiter hold up their 34.5 cm fish - good enough to tie for third. After a draw, Reiter took home the $100 cheque. All photos by Keith McNeill

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Sports Junior Girls battle Chase Clearwater Secondary School Junior Girls basketball player Quinn MacKay drives up the court during a home game against Chase on Thursday evening. The Junior Boys also played Chase that same evening. Unfortunately, both local teams lost their games. Photo by Keith McNeill

Novice tourney Clearwater Novice Blue player Soren Coates takes the puck up the ice while Kylie Blackmore provides backup. They were taking part in a Novice tournament at the Sportsplex last weekend. The blue team won two games and lost two games, coming in fifth place overall. The white team also won two and lost two, and placed third in the six-team tournament. Photo by Keith McNeill

Fun bonspiel attracts 64 entries Times Staff The first annual Love Where You Live fun bonspiel was a great success, organizers report. A total of 16 rinks (64 curlers) took part in the event, which was held last Friday and Saturday at the Sportsplex. Many of the participants were new to the sport. Several others had played before but not for several years. Employers in the area had been prompted to enter at least one team into the spiel. The entry fee was affordable – each employer was required to contribute four prizes per team, up to a value of $75. This meant that every participant took home a prize. District of Clearwater and Wells Gray Country (Thompson-Nicola Regional District electoral area A) sponsored the event. According to Clearwater’s chief administrative officer Leslie Groulx, the idea originated in the fall of 2011 when she and Canfor-Vavenby manager Dwayne Thiessen decided that a bonspiel would be a great way for employers to promote wellness in Clearwater. It also would bolster Wells Gray Curling Club, which has seen its numbers slowly decline over the past few years. In the summer of 2012 District of Clearwater and Wells Gray Country services committee put together funding to hire

Four representatives from District of Clearwater take part in the first annual Love Where You Live fun bonspiel held last Friday and Saturday at the Sportsplex. Pictured are the Clearwater Peaks (l-r) Sheila Thiessen, Gord Heisterman, Tammy Rutsatz, and Leslie Groulx. Photo submitted a sports coordinator. A focus of this position is to increase the use of District facilities and promote sports tourism as an economic driver. Melody Romeo won the sports coordinator contract and one of her first jobs was to organize the Love Where You Live fun bonspiel.   Groulx said the District appreciated the participants who took part. Also appreciated were the members of Wells Gray Curling Club who helped guide the participants through bonspieling.  There were winners but, because it was a fun spiel, the prizes were drawn from a hat by team name, not placement in the event.

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Winners of the A – Century 21 – Almost two Century’s in Clearwater; B – Safety Mart – Safety Mart Grizzly Mountaineers; and C – Clearwater Mator’s (the teams all had to make up names with Clearwater in them).  The following employers supported the event: Safety Mart – two teams, Pharmasave, District of Clearwater, Wells Gray Country services committee, Canfor – two teams, Headwaters Forest District; RCMP, Burlap Baskets, Sierra Simmentals, Clearwater Towing, Clearwater Liquor Store, Wells Gray Inn, Dutch Lake Resort, and Century 21. “Mark your calendars for next year!” Groulx added.

Making tracks for the kids Snowmobilers raise funds for Easter Seal kids Submitted Vancouver - Since 1978, snowmobile clubs across the province have hosted Snowarama and Winterfest events to raise funds in support of the BC Lions Society for Children with Disabilities Easter Seals services. Snowmobile clubs from both the BC Snowmobile Federation and ABC Snowmobile Federation host Snowarama or Winterfest events respectively. Look for Snowarama or Winterfest events in your community this January, February and March. Please support local snowmobilers and Lions Clubs members with their fundraising efforts. All funds raised support Easter Seals Camps, and Easter Seals Houses in B.C. Since its inception Snowmobilers in BC have raised over $3.9 million in support of Easter Seal services. The BC Lions Society for Children with Disabilities has been a registered charity since 1952. The BC Lions Society is dedicated to enriching the lives of children with a renewed focus on ‘giving children abilities’ by providing Easter Seal programs and services that enrich their lives, promote self-esteem, confidence and independence. For more information visit www.lionsbc.ca.


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Breaking barriers: Cheryl Matthew to lead JIBC’s Indigenization efforts Submitted Cheryl Matthew, recently hired as associate director for indigenization at the Justice Institute of British Columbia in New Westminster, hails from the Simpcw First Nation near Barriere. The town derives its name from the rocks/nets placed in the water by First Nations people to act as fish traps, forming a barrier to boat passage on the river. Matthew is a proud descendant of those who placed those fish-trap barriers from the Secwepemc Nation and has spent much of her own life breaking down barriers, which have often thwarted the progress and advancement of Aboriginal peoples. When she graduated from Barriere Secondary School, she originally wanted to go into law. Inspired by the example of family members who had successfully pursued post-secondary education, she decided that she would follow in their ground-breaking footsteps. “Two of my relatives completed master’s degrees at UBC in the mid-seventies,” said Cheryl. “For a person of Aboriginal descent to complete graduate studies today is still relatively rare. Back then, it was practically unheard of.” After graduating with an Associate of Arts from Langara College, she completed her undergraduate studies at SFU, with a major in Anthropology (concentration on social policy Analysis). Having discovered a passion for social policy analysis, rather than law, and recognizing the contribution it would allow her to make within various Aboriginal contexts, she decided to pursue consulting work, while furthering her studies. While she was completing her Masters of Arts in Leadership and Training at Royal Roads University, she was applying her learning to the benefit of a number of clients and initiatives, including the BC Assembly of First Nations, Fraser Basin Council, and establishing the Centre for Native Policy and Research, where she served as executive director. Her outstanding work and growing reputation led to an appointment as senior policy analyst with Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada, and a move to Ottawa, with her then fiancé. In addition to relishing the opportunity to influence federal government policy and research, she also turned to her other passion - education - and decided to pursue her doctoral studies in Anthropology (Aboriginal Community, Culture and Place) at Carleton University, which she is scheduled to complete in June 2013. Having juggled work, education and family obligations for a number of years, Cheryl and her husband Kamil dreamed of permanently settling back home in B.C. closer to her own traditional territory and both of their extended families. She wanted to be sure her two daughters were able to know their Secwepemc heritage. She was familiar

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with JIBC and its Aboriginal Leadership program, so when the opportunity to take the lead on fulfilling the commitment to indigenize the Institute became available, she jumped at the opportunity. “The position hit all of the right buttons for me,” said Cheryl. “The opportunity to leverage my social policy background, my passion for education and research, and the opportunity to make a practical, hands-on contribution to the success of future Aboriginal students in public safety, health and community and social justice was very appealing. Moving back to B.C. was an added bonus.” She now turns her attention to breaking down some of those barriers that have obscured Aboriginal views and perspectives, on behalf of students, faculty and staff across the Institute; and leading the way for others to follow. JIBC is a dynamic public post-secondary institution recognized nationally and internationally for innovative education, training, and applied research in justice and public safety. JIBC offers a range of applied and academic programs, which lead to certificates, diplomas, and degrees and span the spectrum of safety – from prevention to response and recovery.

Judging Winterfest poster contest (Back, l-r) Clearwater Junior Council members Robert Wallington and Karly Christian help District councillors Shelley Sim and Ken Kjenstad judge the Raft River Elementary Winterfest poster contest. In front are the winners (l-r) Daphne Dodd, Maya Parson and Cleo Coates. Missing from the picture is Piet Oud. Photo submitted

RBC employees show support Cheryl Matthew from Simpcw First Nation is now the associate director for JIBC indigenization in New Westminster. Photo submitted

Members of the Clearwater Royal Bank team wear “jeans and jerseys” to show community spirit and support Clearwater Hockey Week recently Pictured are (back, l-r) Shanli Penner, Julie Mayo, Christy Dobi, Rachael Elliot, Lee Dohms, Bergie Mitchell, (front) Tamara Timothy and Marieke Oud. Photo submitted

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Clearwater Christian Church

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Sunday Worship Service 10 am On the Web: www.clchch.com For information 250.674.3841 or 250.674.2912

VAVENBY CHRISTIAN CHURCH

3083 Capostinsky Rd. • Service 11 a.m. Sunday Morning Celebration Services Ian Moilliet Pastor 250-676-9574 Non Denominational

St James Catholic Church

Clearwater Seventh-Day Adventist Church Pastor Bill Kelly Saturday Service - 10am Clearwater Christian Church

Ph. 250-674-3468

CLEARWATER Sunday Service UNITED CHURCH Mass • 11am - 12pm Meeting at Tuesday & Thursday Catholic Church of St. James 10am Worship 324 Clearwater Sunday 9am Village Road 250-672-5653 • 250-674-3615 250-676-9435 250-672-5949 ntunitedpc@gmail.com •Father Don O’Reilly www.norththompsonpc.ca

Clearwater Living Streams Christian Fellowship

CLEARWATER NEW LIFE ASSEMBLY Dan Daase - Pastor Sunday Morning Worship 10:30am

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Barber remains in business Clearwater barber Julie Lacourse says she plans to stay in business, even though her shop was destroyed when the Uncle Barry’s Treasures building burned down last December. She had no insurance, she says, but relatives helped her recondition some old equipment she has. Apparently the building owners plan to rebuild in the spring. In the meantime she cuts people’s hair in their homes, as well as at Evergreen Acres and the hospital. To arrange an appointment, call 778-208-9432. Photo by Keith McNeill

Yellowhead Community Services (YCS) and WorkBC Employment Services in the North Thompson are ringing in the New Year with newly redesigned websites. According to YCS financial administrator Jackie Enfield, “The YCS website needed to be refreshed with a more modern design and functionality.” YCS has recently taken on the role of contract service provider for WorkBC Employment Services in the North Thompson. It was therefore also timely to refresh the websites for Clearwater and Barriere Employment Services who deliver WorkBC Services in our valley. The YCS and WorkBC websites share a similar design to inform end users that the organizations are related. The Yellowhead Community Services website (www.yellowheadcs.ca) highlights all of the programs and services offered through YCS, including the services offered through the Community Resource

Centre, which is now under the management of YCS. Additionally, visitors can find information regarding upcoming YCS events, latest news, volunteer and employment opportunities, annual general meetings, and more. There is a photo gallery that complements the site’s colourful new design which is full of photos showcasing many of our local citizens and landscapes. In addition to a dedicated web page, funding partners are highlighted through rotating logos on the homepage. The greater visual prominence expresses Yellowhead Community Service’s gratitude for the ongoing financial assistance which allows YCS to develop and provide a large variety of services and supports for residents of the North Thompson Valley. The WorkBC website is a joint website for both Clearwater and Barriere Employment Services. The website can be accessed though each centre’s domain (www.clearwateremployment.ca or www.barriereemployment.ca), but these will take

you to a single site for both organizations. The WorkBC website offers a single site for employers and job-seekers within the North Thompson and has been laid out to be easy to navigate. Employers can begin the process to “Post a Job” with the click of a single button on the homepage. If you are looking for work, you can straightforwardly “Find a Job” in the job postings section, which indicates whether jobs are posted in Barriere, Clearwater, or both. The new WorkBC website offers everything employers and job seekers throughout our valley need in one central location. Additionally, the WorkBC website highlights services offered, upcoming events and workshops, funding information, work search sites, and local training opportunities. Your input regarding both websites is appreciated to make these tools better for the members of our communities. Feedback can be emailed to info@yellowheadcs.ca. YCS and WorkBC hope you enjoy exploring their new websites!


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THOUGHT FOR THE WEEK The groundhog is like most other prophets; it delivers its prediction and then disappears. ~ Bill Vaughn

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Join Carol McNeil just back from South America as she leads students through this classroom Introductory Spanish course. This colourful culture will come alive once you discover its language and hear of Carol’s visits to several South American countries. By learning simple structures and vocabulary, you will be able to function and make contact when you travel to Latin countries. Wed, Feb 6 – Mar 13 • 6:00pm – 8:00pm @ CRC • $80

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Feb 3: Wells Gray Outdoors Club sponsors the Feb. 27: Pink Shirt Day. Make some noise Birchleg at the Candle Creek Ski Trails. 250against bullying. 674-2327 for info.

ONGOING EVENTS ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT • Coffee House: 1st Friday every month - Little Fort Community Hall. 6:30, mic $4/person. Info Bill Fowler 250-672-5116 • Raft River Rockhounds: 3rd Sunday of the mth. 250-674-2700 • Women in Business Luncheon: 2nd Wed. of the mth at Wells Gray Inn, 12–2 pm. Preregister at 250-674-2700 • Clearwater Choir: Youth 3:30 - 5 pm; Adult 6:30 - 9 pm, Tuesdays, Clearwater Christian Church • Crafts & Conversations with Cheryl. Tuesdays 11:00 am to 2:00 pm at the North Thompson Aboriginal Sharing Center. Phone 674-3703 for more info. • Clearwater Farmer’s Market every Saturday from 9:00 am – Noon. For more information please call Anne at 250-674-3444. • Clearwater-Vavenby Lions Bingo: Every 2nd Tues. Elks Hall. 250-587-6269 • M&M (Mrs. & Ms.) Social. Last Sun of the mth Wells Gray Inn. 1pm: 587-6503 • Blackpool Community Hall Coffee House; Local musicians – every 2nd Fri. of the month. 6:30 pm. Concession, $3 or 2 for $5. • Clearwater Elks Bingo - every 2nd Thurs. Elks Hall. open 5pm • Cribbage Wed. at the Royal Canadian Legion. 12:30 pm. • Little Fort Coffee House 7pm Little Fort Hall. 1st Fri of the mth Oct. - May Bill 672-5116 • Fun Darts Fri. at the Royal Canadian Legion. 6 pm. CHILDREN & FAMILIES • Raccoon StrongStart: Raft River Elem school days Mon, Tues, Thurs & Fri from 8:45-11:45am • Raccoon StrongStart: Vavenby Elem school days Wed 8:5011:50am • Clearwater Breastfeeding Group: 3rd Wed. of every month 7:30pm @ YCS • Mother Goose - Mornings, reg. call Kerry 250-674-2600 ext 227 HEALTH & HEALING Tuesday Morning Coffee ~ 10 am – 11 am at Baptist Church. Themed weekly women’s discussions - drop-in.

• Shambhala Meditation Group: meets every Tuesday at Forest House 6:30-8:00 pm. Info: 250-587-6373. • Connections Healing Rooms - Fridays1-3pm (except stat. holidays). 86 Young Rd. No charge. Sponsored by Living Streams Christian Church. www.healingrooms.com. • Healthy Choices – Every Tues 9am at the Clearwater Christian Church basement( behind Fields). $2/wk drop-in free. Info call Kim 250-674-0224 • Clearwater & District Hospice 3rd Mon. Sept-Jun 10am Legion. RECREATION • Drop-in soccer: May-Sept. Tuesdays & Thursday at 7pm at CSS field. Everyone welcome! • Bowling: Mon. 10–12pm & 1-3pm; Thurs., 1-3pm. Seniors Centre at Evergreen Acres. 674-2699 • Clearwater Sno-Drifters: Meet 1st Thursday of every month. 250-676-9414 • CNT Rod & Gun Club: 3rd Sun. of the mth. Blackpool Hall 7pm Sept. - April • Drop in Tennis: May-Sept. Mon & Thurs 6:30pm All levels. Double & single play. Rotary Sports Park. • Volleyball: Tues. 7:30-9:00 PM, Jan. 15 - Apr. 30, 2013. Clearwater Secondary School Gym, $2 drop in. • Yoga Tree – Call or email Annie 674-2468 annie.pomme@ hotmail.com • Core Strength Fitness. Tuesdays. 10-11am 250-674-0001 • Walking Club: Indoors: Wed. Jan. 30 - Mar. 13, 6:30 - 7:30 AM at Clearwater Secondary. FREE. 250-674-1878 for more info. • Drop-in Curling: Fri. Jan. 11 - Mar. 8, 7:00 PM, $5. Brooms and sliders available. • Badminton: Mon & Wed, Oct – Mar, CSS gym, 7:30-9:30 pm, $3 drop-in fee, info 250-674-2518 SENIORS • Wells Gray Country Senior’s Society 3rd Sun Social Meet at the Wells Gray Hotel at 12:30pm for lunch or dessert, & chat • Wells Gray Country Senior’s Society Book Club Last Thursday of the month at 2pm at the public library. All seniors welcome.

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A huge, big Thank You goes out to the hard working members of the Royal Canadian Legion Branch 242 for their generous donation to Barriere Hospice. We appreciate your help and support very much. Barriere Hospice

Safe Home Response Providing a safe place to escape for women and their children. Volunteers always needed. Call 250-674-2135.

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Trades, Technical LOUISIANA-PACIFIC Canada Ltd. requires an experienced Industrial Mechanic (Millwright) for our EWP Operation in Golden B.C. Email resume to: Audra.Stanton@LPCorp.com or fax to 250-344-8859. NOBLE Tractor & Equipment, a Case IH & MF dealer, requires a Service Supervisor/ Lead Hand for our Kamloops store. Ag. tech background is desired. Successful applicant will also handle service dept. scheduling, inquiries, & paperwork. Send resume to: Gordon Gerrits, Noble Tractor, 580 Chilcotin Rd, Kamloops, BC V2H 1G5, fax: 250-851-3146, email: gordg@nobletractor.com.

Help Wanted Journeyman HD mechanic required for oilfield construction company. Duties will include servicing, maintenance and overhaul of our equipment. The job will be predominately shop work , but with a portion of your time spent in the field. A mechanics truck will be supplied for you. The job is based in Edson, Alberta. Call Lloyd at 780-723-5051.

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Personals Alcoholics Anonymous Phone 250-674-3838 or

250-587-0026 Anytime Barriere Alcoholics Anonymous Call: 250-672-9643 For Al Anon Call: 250-672-9643, 250-819-5361, 250-308-5139 or 778-220-6269

Clearwater: AA meetings every Wed., #11 Lodge Dr., side door. Roll call 8 p.m. 250674-7155 or 250-674-7313 DENIED CANADA Pension plan disability benefits? The Disability Claims Advocacy Clinic can help. Call Allison Schmidt at 1-877-793-3222. www.dcac.ca

Lost & Found Lost: Cameo broach lost in Clearwater area. Black with a white cameo ladies head on it. Sentimental value. If found please call 250-674-3253

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INDUSTRIAL ELECTRICIAN

Graymontâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Pavilion Plant is accepting applications for an Industrial Electrician. Candidate must possess current B.C. Red Seal certification. Preference will be given to well-rounded individuals willing to also perform other nonelectrical maintenance work as part of the maintenance team.  A background in lime or cement industry along with computer and or PLC skills is preferred as well as a proven track record of developing and maintaining a safe work culture. Additional skills required: t&MFDUSJDJBOXJUIJOEVTUSJBMFYQFSJFODFSFRVJSFEUPXPSLBUUIF(SBZNPOU1BWJMJPO Lime Plant. t.VTUCFDPNFFOHBHFEJODPOUJOVPVTJNQSPWFNFOUBOEXJMMJOHUPXPSLJOBUFBN environment. t3FHVMBSTIJGUTXJMMCFISTEBZGSPN.POEBZUP'SJEBZoTUFBEZEBZTIJGU t.VTUCFXJMMJOHUPXPSLPWFSUJNFXIFOSFRVJSFE t8BHFTBOECFOFĂśUTBTQFSUIFDPMMFDUJWFBHSFFNFOU t-PDBUFEJO1BWJMJPO#$TJUVBUFECFUXFFO$BDIF$SFFLBOE-JMMPPFU #$ Qualified applicants please submit your resume to:  jking@graymont.com or Graymont Pavilion Plant Attn: Dan Buis P.O. Box 187 Cache Creek, BC V0K 1H0

NORTH THOMPSON JOBS BARRIERE EMPLOYMENT SERVICES 629 Barriere Town Rd. Barriere, BC V0E 1E0 Phone: 250-672-0036 / Fax: 250-672-2159

E-mail: mail@barriere-employment.ca â&#x20AC;˘ Website: www.barriere-employment.ca PROGRAM SUPPORT (Casual) â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Interior Health O1812 COOK â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Part time (not suitable for student) A&W B0009 CASHIER â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Part time (not suitable for students) Petro Can B0008 RCA â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Casual & Permanent PT, ICS B0007 YARD PERSON â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Seas. FT Thompson Valley Charters B0038 COACH CLEANER â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Seasonal FT Thompson Valley Charters B0039 BUS DRIVERS â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Thompson Valley Charters B0040 COOK â&#x20AC;&#x201C; FT or PT Station House Restaurant B0041 SUPPORT WORKER â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Casual, YCS B0050 CASHIER â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Little Fort Store PT/FT CB0054

SANDWICH ARTIST â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Subway PT/FT CB0055 SKILL DEVELOPMENT: If you have been on Employment Insurance in the past 3 years (5 years maternity) and are currently unemployed, you may be eligible for re-training dollars. Book an appointment to see one of our counselors for more information. We look forward to seeing you: come in and weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll personally see that you get the information youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re seeking or call and make an appointment. â&#x20AC;˘ Free computer and Internet access â&#x20AC;˘ Free resume help â&#x20AC;˘ Free information on many services.

â&#x20AC;&#x153;The Employment Program of British Columbia is funded by the Government of Canada and the Province of British Columbiaâ&#x20AC;? In Partnership with Barriere & District Chamber of Commerce and Yellowhead Community Services

CLEARWATER EMPLOYMENT SERVICES 58A Young Road, Clearwater BC V0E 1N2 250-674-2928 Fax 250-674-2938

E-mail: info@clearwateremployment.ca â&#x20AC;˘ Web Page: www.clearwateremployment.ca Chokerman: FT/Clearwater #C0053 Class 4 Driver: PT/Seasonal/Highway 5 #CB0051 Sightseeing Boat Operator: Seasonal/Blue River #CB0049 Housekeeper: Seasonal/Clearwater #C0048 Class 1 Truck Driver: PT/Kamloops #C0047 Dishwashers: Seasonal/Blue River #CB0046 Breakfast Cook: Seasonal/Blue River #CB0045 IT Manager: Seasonal/Blue River #CB0043 Food and Beverage Server: Seasonal/Clearwater #C0036 House-keeper: Seasonal/Clearwater #C0031 German Speaking Tour Guide: Seasonal/Clearwater #CB0030 Driver-Ski Guide (German Speaking): Seasonal/ Clearwater #C0029 Front Desk Clerk: PT/Clearwater #C0028 Class 1 Driving Instructor: FT Quesnel/Williams Lake #CB0024 Store Clerk/Cashier: Blue River #C0023 Line Cook: Blue River #C0022 Logging Truck Driver: Seasonal/Clearwater #CB0021 Boutique Clerk: Seasonal/Blue River #CB0018 Housekeeping Manager: FT/Blue River #CB0015 Housekeeper: Seasonal/Blue River #CB0014 Fine Dining Server: Seasonal/Blue River #CB0013 Registered Massage Therapist: Seasonal/Blue River #CB0012 Heli-Ski Guides: 6 positions/Seasonal/Blue River #CB0011

GENERAL INFORMATION â&#x20AC;˘ Free Workshops: Thurs. Feb. 1st â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Self Marketing/Networking Workshop Thurs. Feb. 14th â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Internet & Email Basics Workshop ( or every 2nd Thursday) Thurs. Feb. 21st â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Creating & Updating Your Resume Workshop (or every 3rd Thursday) Thurs. Feb. 28th â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Work Search Techniques Workshop (every 4th Thursday) Skills Link for Youth: 12 week program starting soon! Please call 250-674-2928 to register for free workshops. â&#x20AC;˘ Resumes & Interviews: Go hand in hand, so the better prepared you are the greater the impression you will make to your future employer. Please drop in and our friendly staff will assist you. â&#x20AC;˘ Targeted Wage Subsidy (TWS): Are you currently on Employment Insurance or have you been in the last 3-5 years? If you have, you may be eligible for wage subsidy. Ask us for further info. â&#x20AC;˘ Funding for Skill Enhancement: Recent or active EI clients with a career plan in mind seeking assistance through Service Canada are required to book an appointment with one of our Employment Counsellors. â&#x20AC;˘ Blue River Itinerant: An employment consultant comes to town twice/mth to the Blue River School. Next visit is Thursday Feb. 14 from 12:30-2:30. If a one on one appointment is required, please call to set up a time prior to the drop in.

Operate by Yellowhead Community Services The Employment Program of BC is funded by the Government of Canada & the Province of British Columbia

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Fitness/Exercise Elliptical Trainer Canadian Tire Cardio Style ET150 in very good condition. Will trade for treadmill in good condition. Call 250-319-8023.

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Wanted to buy: Reliable older snowmobile to set ski tracks. Call 250-674-3718

For Rent: 2 bdrm + den, trailer. Wood stove, oil furnace or electric heat. $575/mo w/$275 dd. Phone Tony 250-320-5684

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LUXURY Condo in Abbotsford..14th Floor. Wrap around South E/W view spans 270*. 3 BR. 3 Bath. 3 Balc 2475 Sq.Ft. spacious Beauty PH style. CM78CM78@gmail.com, 604-807-5341- $589,000

For Sale By Owner 5 BDRM HOME IN TELKWA FOR SALE 3200 sq ft, 4 bath, includes washer & dryer, fridge & stove, dishwasher hot tub, natural gas, contact 250-845-3315

Houses For Sale Thompson-Crossing.com 121 Ferry Road, Blackpool Clearwater, B.C. A NEW BEGINNING! For further information please Call 250-587-6151

Homes Wanted LOOKING to relocate to Salmon Arm area looking to rent 1 or 2 bdrm with W/D F/S own entrance with parking utils inc. Never home always away working, back once every month. Leave msg 604-7878569.

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Support International Scouting by donating used stamps which are sorted & sold to raise money for the International Development Fund of the International Scout & Guide Fellowship. This fund pays for training for Scouters in the third world. Drop stamps off at front counter of the Star/Journal in Barriere, or call Margaret at (250)672-9330.

Misc. for Sale

Rockwell cabinet saw. 1.5 hp, 220 volts, c/w new 70 inch fence and general 1.5 hp dust extractor. $1500.00. Consider trade for older snowmobile. 250-674-3718

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Mobile Homes & Pads

Modular Homes Clearwater: Very attractive 2 bdrm Modular Hm. Incl all appl, hobby rm, covered front entry, storage shed. Location: site #24 Thompson Crossing. $800/mo + DD. 250-587-6151

Homes for Rent Clearwater: 2 bdrm townhouse located in Weyco subd. Newly painted, high end appl. Avail immed. $800/mnth. Call Julie 250-674-0188 Clearwater: 3 bdrm + 2 sm loft bdrm on 1 acre. Elec/wood heat. Incl fridge & elec stove. $750/mo + DD. Avail Feb. 1 Ref req. Ph. 778-549-0410 Clearwater: 3 bdrm upper floor home on 2 acres, in town. Call 250-674-1700 or 674-3277 Clearwater: 4 bdrm home on 1 acre, fenced yd. Avail now. $1,000/mo. Security dep & ref. 250-320-4943 Clearwater Riverfront 1 bdrm apt, priv & quiet, furn, util incl, ref, $775/mo, 250-674-0001 or info@riveradventures.ca

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Auto Financing

The District of Clearwater (District) is requesting Expressions of Interest from interested parties for the supply of road maintenance services. This EOI is only intended to assist the District in determining if there is sufficient market interest to proceed with a competitive bidding process. In the event there is sufficient market interest to provide this service, the District may, but is not obligated to, initiate a competitive bidding process. The District is situated approximately 120 km north of Kamloops on Highway 5; with a population of 2300. Currently road maintenance is provided the MOTI. Starting September 2013 the responsibility of these services will be transferred to the District. The District owns approximately 61 km of surfaced road within its boundaries which includes a small section of road within the community of Vavenby. The District is looking to the contracting community to provide the services of road maintenance for all municipal roads, such as that they meet or exceed the current MOTI provincial maintenance specification. The District will be looking for but not limited to, the following road maintenance services; x Snow and Ice control – Snow removal / De-icing x Pavement Surface Repair x Ditching Maintenance x Right of Way Maintenance – Shoulder Mowing, etc. Interested respondents are invited to submit a Letter of Expression of Interest (EOI) to the District that includes a brief statement of the nature of their interest in the District’s requirements. Submission must include a: x Statement of Interest x Statement of Qualifications and previous work experience (plus key personnel) x Statement of Resources – Equipment, labour available This EOI is not a call for tenders and does not commit the District in any way to initiate a competitive bidding opportunity. As a result of the EOI there will be no evaluation, screening, ranking, or other processes that will lead to the selection or pre-qualification of Respondents for a subsequent competitive bidding process, or the award of any agreement or contract. The District reserves the right to accept or reject any and all submission(s), to re-issue a new EOI, or terminate this EOI at any time, at its sole discretion. If subsequent competitive bidding opportunities are issued, the District is under no obligation to advise any vendor responding to this EOI. Vendors should monitor the BC Bid website (www.bcbid.ca), the District’s website (www.districtofclearwater.com) as well as the local paper for such opportunities, which will be open to all vendors, whether or not a response to this EOI was submitted. Submission must be delivered to the District of Clearwater by hand, regular mail, facsimile or email to the following location on or before 2:00 p.m. on February 15, 2013, and should quote EOI Number 2013.01. Address:

Leslie Groulx, Chief Administrative Officer District of Clearwater Box 157, 132 Station Road, Clearwater, BC, V0E 1N0 Phone: 250-674-2257 Fax: 250-674-2173 Email: lgroulx@docbc.ca Questions of a technical nature can be presented to: Jared Brounstein, AScT, Public Works Superintendent Email: jbrounstein@docbc.ca

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Digital and film photographs. Phone 250-674-3252 or email:kmcneill@mercuryspeed.com

Appliance Repairs Used Washer, Dryer, Stoves, Gas Stoves. All in good working condition. 250-674-0079

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INVITATION TO TENDER NORTH THOMPSON SPORTSPLEX ADDITIONS & UPGRADES 2013

DISTRICT OF CLEARWATER NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING The Council of the District of Clearwater hereby gives notice that it will hold a Public Hearing: February 5th, 2013, at 7:00 p.m. at the District of Clearwater Office, 132 Station Road, Clearwater, BC to consider the “DISTRICT OF CLEARWATER OFFICIAL COMMUNITY PLAN BYLAW No.93, 2012”. The purpose of the proposed Bylaw is to adopt a new Official Community Plan for all lands within the municipal boundary of the District of Clearwater. The new Official Community Plan is a statement of objectives and policies to guide decisions on planning and land use management within the District of Clearwater.

Digital PDF documents for the “NORTH THOMPSON SPORTSPLEX ADDITIONS & UPGRADES 2013” will be available beginning Monday, January 14th, 2013 at 1:00pm (local time) from the Southern Interior Construction Association website at ww.sica.bc.ca and at the offices of the District of Clearwater, 132 Clearwater Station Road, Clearwater, BC. Tenders clearly marked “NORTH THOMPSON SPORTSPLEX ADDITIONS & UPGRADES 2013” in the upper right hand corner and PRIVATE & CONFIDENTIAL, ATTENTION: LESLIE GROULX, CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER” in the lower left hand corner will be received at the office of: District of Clearwater 132 Clearwater Station Road PO Box 157 Clearwater, BC V0E 1N0

Pets & Livestock

No later than 2:00pm Kamloops local time Friday,”February 8, 2013.

Feed & Hay

GENERAL SCOPE OF WORK:

Carl’s Market Garden Good quality horse hay, approx 70lb bale, grass/grass-alfalfa mix, $7/bale. Cow hay $5-6/bale. Potatoes - 40lb sac, red or yellow, $20/sac. 250672-5795 (McLure).

The work for a five dressing room addition and ice exiting upgrades generally consists of, but not limit to;

Pets Good Dog Obedience Spring Classes Starting Feb. 17! * NEW DATES! * Basic Obedience - A 6 week course in good manners & canine behaviour begins Sunday, Feb. 17, 11am at the Fall Fair Hall in Barriere for all dogs at least 6 months old & up. Cost $100. Novice Class - 6 weeks of fun as we take you & your dog to the next level of obedient behaviour. Participants must have successfully completed a previous Basic Obedience course to qualify. Class starts on Sunday, Feb. 17, 12pm. Cost $100. To register or for more information contact Jill Hayward at 250-319-8023

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Request for Expression of Interest (EOI) Number: 2013.01

Two bdrm MH w/family rm, carport, 4 appl, wood heater. $625/mo. Site #9, Thompson Crossing, 121 Ferry Road, Clearwater BC. Avail Feb. 1. 250-587-6151

Transportation

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FURTHER TAKE NOTICE that all persons who believe that their interest in property may be affected by the proposed Bylaw shall be afforded a reasonable opportunity to be heard or to present written submissions at the Public Hearing on the matters contained therein. Those who are unable to attend the Public Hearing may mail (Box 157,132 Station Road, Clearwater, BC V0E 1N0), fax (250-674-2173) or hand deliver written submissions to the District of Clearwater office at 132 Station Road, provided that all written submissions are received prior to 4:30 p.m. on the 5th, day of February, 2013; AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE that no representations will be received by Council after the Public Hearing has been concluded; AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE that a copy of the proposed Bylaw may be inspected from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday to Friday, except Statutory Holidays, at the District of Clearwater Office, 132 Station Road, Clearwater, BC V0E 1N0 from the 24th day of January, 2013 until 4:30 p.m. on the day of the Public Hearing. Leslie Groulx, Chief Administrative Officer

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Site preparation; Concrete foundations and slabs; Masonry; Structural steel and decking; Wood and/or metal framing; SBS roofing system; Insulation; Doors and windows; Painting; Washroom accessories; HVAC and Plumbing; and Electrical.

The Owner reserves the right to reject any or all Tender.

Owner DISTRICT OF CLEARWATER 132 Clearwater Station Road Clearwater, BC V0E 1N0 Phone: (250) 674-2257 Fax: (250) 674-2173 Attn: Leslie Groulx, Chief Administrative Officer

Consultant WEST EDGE ENGINEERING LTD. #203-655 Victoria Street Kamloops, BC V2C 2B3 Phone: (250) 374-5433 ext.204 Fax: (250) 374-7022 Attn: Ralph Ruppel, Sr. Designer


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DISTRICT OF CLEARWATER NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING The Council of the District of Clearwater hereby gives notice that it will hold a Public Hearing:

Tuesday, February 5, 2013 at 7:00 p.m. at the District of Clearwater Office, 132 Station Road, Clearwater, BC to consider amendment of “District of Clearwater Zoning Bylaw No. 0940”, specifically the rezoning of the portion of land legally described as the South West  of District Lot 1680, Kamloops Division Yale District, except Plan KAP55046, shown shaded on the map below from I-3 (General Industrial) Zone to RL-1 (Rural) Zone to enable future rural residential development.

Bylaw No. 94, 2012

RZ-12-01 (BA 52)

FURTHER TAKE NOTICE that all persons who believe that their interest in property may be affected by the proposed Bylaw Amendment shall be afforded a reasonable opportunity to be heard or to present written submissions at the Public Hearing on the matters contained therein. Those who are unable to attend the Public Hearing may mail (Box 157,132 Station Road, Clearwater, BC V0E 1N0), fax (250-674-2173) or hand deliver written submissions to the District of Clearwater office at 132 Station Road. All written submissions must be received prior to 4:30 p.m. on the 4th day of February, 2013; AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE that no representations will be received by Council after the Public Hearing has been concluded; AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE that a copy of the proposed Bylaw Amendment and supporting information may be inspected from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday to Friday, except Statutory Holidays, at the District of Clearwater office from the 24th day of January, 2013 until 7:00 p.m. on the day of the Public Hearing. L. Groulx, Chief Administrative Officer

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Lloyd P. Sunderman, 69, passed away Jan. 23, 2013 after a brief illness. He is survived by his wife Marjorie, his daughter Marie (Rick) Wagstaff and his grandchildren Mallory and Marston Wagstaff. He was predeceased by his son Duane and his brother Paul (Sandi). He is survived by his brothers Ralph (Elsie), Wayne (Sandy) and his sisters Ethel (Bill) Sears and Ida (Larry) Davenock and numerous nieces and nephews. A memorial service will be held at 11 a.m., Feb. 2 at the Clearwater Legion, Lloyd Strickland officiating. In lieu of flowers donations can be made to: Duane Sunderman Memorial Scholarship Fund, Northern Lights College, c/o Regional Administration, 11401-8th St, Dawson Creek, B.C. V1G 4G2 or to Dr. Helmcken Memorial Hospital, Clearwater, B.C.

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With broken hearts we announce the passing of Abraham Loveway on January 8, 2013 at the age of 97 Abraham is survived by his son Charles (Brenda); daughters Lorna (Gary) and Beverly (Vince); step children Florence (Lorne), Jerry (Margarett),

Walter (Barb), Dorothy (Dave), Albert, Richard (Doreen); and grandchildren, great grandchildren and great, great grandchildren. Predeceased by his wife Phyllis Loveway, and daughter Daphne Pelton. You will be sadly missed but never forgotten.


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Clearwater Times, January 31, 2013