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CONSPIRACY TRIAL

Police agent admits to starting jail riot Man testifies to living on proceeds of crime

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The Crown’s key witness in a Cranbrook conspiracy to murder trial admitted on the stand Wednesday to starting the riot over pancakes at Kamloops Regional Correctional Centre (KRCC) in 2005. John Garry Shank, 34, began his testimo-

ny Wednesday afternoon. Clad in a threepiece suit, his face and neck showing prominent tattoos, Shank outlined his life, consisting of childhood, crime and jail. “I’ve never had a legitimate job,” he said. Shank signed on as a police agent in 2010.

Wearing a recording device supplied by RCMP, he is expected to testify that he conspired with Lorne Carry, Colin Correia and Lonnie Adams, who are charged with conspiracy to murder a rival in the East Kootenay drug trade.

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City okays 30-deer cull Council approves a second round of urban deer population control, but won’t reveal when or where S A L LY M AC D O N A L D Townsman Staff

A second cull of up to 30 mule deer will be carried out in Cranbrook, the city announced on Thursday. Council made the decision “after much careful deliberation”, reads the statement released by corporate communications officer Chris Zettel. “Due to concerns around public safety raised both by the RCMP and council, the city will not at this time be providing any additional details surrounding the population reduction activities,” reads the statement. It refers to the population

“We condemn the assertion that public safety is at risk if the city releases any details of the cull. We assert that this is simply being used as an excuse to conduct the entire operation under the cover of secrecy. “ Colleen Bailey control as “reduction” in the urban deer population and says the measures will “focus on sev-

eral key areas of the community, based on complaints received both by the city and by the Conservation Officer Service.” The city was granted a permit from the Ministry of Forests, Lands and Natural Resource Operations in late 2012, it continues. However, it does not say when or where the cull will be carried out. Council and staff are not answering any questions about the statement nor speaking to the media.

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Cranbrook firefighters kick in for new Centre Joint donations from eight locals across the province total $675,000 for new Burn Fund Centre

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The dream is that much closer to reality, and the Cranbrook Fire Department is helping it on its way. Firefighters from Cranbrook this week journeyed to Vancouver to donate $25,000 towards the new $13.1 million Burn Fund Centre. The Cranbrook donation is earmarked to help build the kitchen facility on the third floor of the buildling, which itself is to be built by the BC Professional Fire Fighters’ Burn Fund. The Burn Fund Centre will be located at 3891 Main Street in Vancouver. The Cranbrook firefighters were joined by locals from Burnaby, Delta, Kamloops, Kelowna, North Vancouver District, Richmond and Surrey, for total contributions of $675,000. “We’ve seen firsthand that helping with accommodation for burn and trauma survivors and their families can be one of the most significant contributions to help survivors physically and emotionally recover and live a full life,” said Mike Hurley, President of the Burn Fund. “We’re so grateful that the Firefighters in Cranbrook have shown

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Representatives of the Cranbrook Fire Department this week donated $25,000 towards the new Burn Fund Centre to be located in Vancouver. Above, left to right: Cranbrook Fire Fighter Captain Dan MacKinnon; Cranbrook President Clayton Murrell; BC Professional Fire Fighters’ Burn Fund President Michael Hurley, BC Professional Fire Fighters’ Secretary/ Treasurer Larry Hollier; Cranbrook Fire Fighter Jeremy Bertrand. such leadership in helping us meet this critical need.” A press release issued by

the British Columbia Professional Firefighters Burn Fund stated that the province is ex-

periencing a critical shortfall in accommodation for burn and trauma patients and their

family caregivers. “Patients’ health may be compromised when they

have to return home sooner than medically advised or live in accommodations not suited to recovery from a burn or trauma,” the release said. “Each year almost 700 children and adults from across the province are admitted to the BCPFF Burn, Plastic and Trauma Unit at Vancouver General Hospital and BC Children’s Hospital suffering serious trauma.” Cases from outside the Lower Mainland make up 27 per cent of cases, and 60 per cent of those are paying for private sector accommodation for an average of eight weeks. The new $13.1 million Burn Fund Centre will provide eight short-term stay units to meet the critical shortfall in appropriate accommodation for burn and trauma patients and their family caregivers. The Centre will also house the offices of the BC Professional Fire Fighters Association and Burn Fund and include ground floor retail space to help fund the ongoing operation of the building. The Burn Fund has secured 80 per cent of necessary funding and is currently in the midst of a capital campaign.

School District given reprieve from budget cut Minister of Education responds to outrage over Cooperative Gains Mandate

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School boards will not be required to find 1.5 per cent savings in their 2012 budgets to fund salary increases for support staff. The news came in a letter to all B.C. school district board chairs from Education Minister Don McRae on January 23, 2013. “You have indicated to me quite clearly that in light of budget uncertainties and the timing of district budget processes that savings cannot be generated without either reducing service levels or transferring costs to the public,” Minister McRae wrote in the letter, adding that the boards’ unwillingness to cut their budgets will be relayed to the Minister of Finance and the B.C. Public School Employers’ Association. “I expect that the Minister will direct that any improvements to support staff wages and benefits be achieved through offsetting savings

found within the collective agreement. There must not be any incremental cost to boards or the province as a result of collective agreements,” wrote McRae. School District 5 board chair Frank Lento called McRae’s letter a reversal following the unanimous rejection of the government’s directive by school boards across the province. “I don’t think they had a choice. I think it was overwhelming. I think every district in the province wrote letters similar to what we did,” said Lento. The local school board spoke out last month against the Ministry of Education’s directive to all B.C. boards that they revisit their 2012 budget and find a 1.5 per cent savings to cover salary increases for support staff – all school district staff outside administration. The directive was sent in a December letter from Minister McRae. It stated that under the Cooperative Gains

“I don’t think they had a choice. I think it was overwhelming. I think every district in the province wrote letters similar to what we did.” Frank Lento Mandate, public sector employers were able to negotiate modest wage increases so long as the savings could be found within the existing budget. But the Southeast Kootenay school board completed its budget in June 2012, and began negotiations this month for its 2013 budget. “It’s like asking our Parent Advisory Council to do pizza and hotdog fundraisers to fund our support staff,” Lento said at the time. The Ministry’s decision to look elsewhere for the 1.5 per cent savings is a relief,

“Asking school boards to find 1.5 per cent savings in their large budgets is not putting anything on the backs of students. It is asking an elected, accountable board to apply its collective mind to whether there are better ways to do things.” Bill Bennett Lento said in an interview this week, but he remains baffled by the original directive. “I think the Minister has recognized somewhat belatedly that the government’s struggles with financial management shouldn’t fall on the backs of our students,” said Lento. “Indeed, the way to deal with our fiscal challenges should be through investing even more in the ed-

ucation of our children so that each has the tools to succeed in the future economy.” Kootenay East MLA Bill Bennett said he is disappointed by School District 5’s statement. “Asking school boards to find 1.5 per cent savings in their large budgets is not putting anything on the backs of students. It is asking an elected, accountable board to apply its collective mind to whether there are better ways to do things, something individual British Columbians and businesses, and the provincial government, must do on a daily basis,” Bennett told the Townsman this week. Rejecting the Minister’s directive is placing pressure on taxpayers, Bennett went on. “It is the  easiest thing in the world to say is that government should spend more money and find someplace else to control spending. The government is the sum of all

taxpayers and the board has essentially thumbed its nose at those taxpayers,” he said. “Unfortunately, with the boards’ decision, negotiations with school support staff will contain no opportunity for workers to find savings in budgets and build wage or benefit increases on the basis of those savings,” he said. Minister McRae has “graciously accepted” the boards’ decision, Bennett continued. “To characterize the Minister’s empathic approach to this difficult challenge as reversing himself, is unnecessary and disrespectful,” he said. But Frank Lento said the boards’ decision was simply about encouraging education. “Education is an investment to be maximized, not a cost to be controlled by a government,” he said. With files from Annalee Grant


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Former CBT Board Chair Garry Merkel is receiving a Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal for his contributions to the Basin. In photo (left to right) Greg Deck, CBT Chair; Garry Merkel, Former CBT Board Chair; Neil Muth, CBT President and CEO.

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Thanks to his contributions to the Columbia Basin, Kimberley’s Garry Merkel is receiving a Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal. “Garry is an exceptional visionary with strong leadership qualities,” said Greg Deck, CBT Chair. “Through his significant professional accomplishments and extensive volunteer work, he continually gives back and inspires and motivates others. His impacts on CBT and the Basin have been profound.” Merkel was instrumental in the formation of Columbia Basin Trust (CBT), first as part of the

committee that negotiated with the Province of BC for the establishment of CBT, and then as a founding member of CBT’s Board. He served as Vice-Chair from 1995 to 2006, then Chair from 2006 to 2012. “Over the past decade, I have had the pleasure of getting to know Garry Merkel. Garry is first and foremost a gentleman— courteous, thoughtful and respectful. He is also a strong community leader who I have learned from and admire enormously,” said Hon. Bill Bennett, Minister of Community, Sport and Cultural Development, and MLA for Kootenay East.

Merkel’s achievements extend beyond CBT. His current roles include: Treaty Negotiator and Advisor to the Ktunaxa Nation Council; Board member and past Chair, Nicola Valley Institute of Technology; Chair, Tahltan Nation Development Corporation; Co-Chair, Ministry of Forests Practices Advisory Council; and Board Member, Columbia Basin Broadband Corporation. The Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal was created to mark the 2012 celebrations of the 60th anniversary of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II’s accession to the Throne as Queen of Canada.

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VICTORIA – Youthful members of the Tla’amin First Nation fought back tears Thursday as they joined elders and provincial officials to celebrate the end of a long road to a treaty with B.C. and Canada. The Tla’amin treaty was introduced in the B.C. legislature for consideration Thursday after a narrowly approved ratification vote by Tla’amin members in the community north of Powell River last summer. The Tla’amin (formerly Sliammon) treaty is the eighth modern-day agreement reached in B.C., most of which was left with treaties unresolved when agreements covering the rest of the country east of the Rocky Mountains were signed in the late 1800s and early 1900s. Tla’amin Chief Clint Williams noted that he was part of the treaty society that began negotiations under the new B.C. Treaty Commission process in 1994. Adoption of a new constitution means the band’s name will formally change from Sliammon to Tla’amin, dispensing

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City of Cranbrook announces second deer cull Continued from page 1 “The city will not at this time be providing any additional details surrounding the population reduction activities. The city will provide a comprehensive review to the public once these activities have been completed,” reads the statement. Yesterday, the B.C. Deer Protection Coalition took out a full-page advertisement in the Townsman, stating “Will Cranbrook kill deer this winter? Rumour says yes.” The advertisement asks Cranbrook residents to call or email the organization if it sees a trap set in the community.“If you have a trap in close proximity to your property, grant us access to your property so we can

monitor the traps during the night,” reads the advertisement. Colleen Bailey, a spokesperson for the Humane Treatment of Urban Wildlife, which is a member of the B.C. Deer Protection Coalition said the group is against the city’s decision. “We condemn the assertion that public safety is at risk if the city releases any details of the cull. We assert that this is simply being used as an excuse to conduct the entire operation under the cover of secrecy. Opponents of the cull have simply exercised their democratic right to be part of an open and transparent decision making process and this right was removed by council when it held secret

meetings and heard from deputants of its own choice,” said Bailey. “We will continue to reach out to the community to tell us where traps are set and we are committed to monitoring the traps during this cull period.” Last April, council approved a second cull of up to 50 deer in Cranbrook. However, Mayor Wayne Stetski told the Townsman in October that the second cull had been put on hold pending legal action over Invermere’s cull. “(Invermere) has been taken to court over the public involvement process that was used by council to make the decision to cull 100 deer in Invermere’s case. That process that Invermere used is the same one that all of us

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Agent says he lived by crime when not in jail Continued from page 1 In the witness box, Shank testified he lived by the proceeds of crime when he wasn’t in jail. His criminal record includes for break and enter, theft, assault with a weapon and dangerous driving. Shank said he was in KRCC in early 2005, serving time for possessing a gun, when he played a lead role in starting a riot. It began when he knocked out a guard with a kettle, after being approached by other inmates. Three other correctional officers in the unit fled into a locked room when inmates started to riot. Shank testified he used two razor blades stuck into an electrical socket to start toilet rolls on fire. With the flaming rolls he started mattresses on fire, piled there by other inmates. For his part in the riot, sparked by inmate unhappiness with their food, Shank was given more than five years in jail. For more than two hours Wednesday afternoon, Shank recounted the story of his life. He was first arrested at 12. By 14, he was doing morphine pills in

an adopted home with few rules, stealing cars and breaking into homes in Calgary.

“I spent the better part of my life there (in jail) — it was in and out, basically.” John Shank Over the next two decades his criminal life continued unabated. He was a heroin addict, spending as much as $2,000 a week on the habit. “I spent the better part of my life there (in jail) — it was in and out, basically.” In jail, heroin was easier to come by at times than on the street, he said. In 2009, Shank testified he was shot twice, once in the arm and once in the leg, while collecting a drug debt. He didn’t go to a doctor. Instead, he went back to the Vancouver halfway house where he was staying, got his possessions and made an excuse to leave. He was back on the run. Shank said he eventually made his way to

Calgary, where he was doing petty crime, including stealing ATM machines from dollar stores. But he wanted more, saying he wanted to move on from the crimes he did as a teen to something bigger. Shank testified he is related to Adams through marriage. He renewed an acquaintance with the Cranbrook man because he wanted illegal work, particularly something “heavy. “I was looking along the lines of shooting somebody,” he told the 14-person jury in a matter-of-fact tone. After a Cranbrook shooting in late 2009, when an acquaintance of Adams’ was shot outside a bar in a clash by two rival gangs, Shank said he contacted Adams looking to become involved. He testified to “pursuing” Adams, looking to get out of Calgary and into violent crime. “I was insinuating (in a phone message) I had my disguise,” Shank said. “Tell me who to shoot and I’m there.” The trial is slated to continue Thursday. It is the second week in what is expected to be a three-month trial.

used – in Cranbrook, Kimberley and Invermere. So if the court decides there was something inappropriate or perhaps incomplete on that public process, potentially it would impact the future around public processes leading up to whatever decisions councils make,” said Mayor Stetski at the time. In November 2011, Cranbrook culled 25 urban deer — 11 white-tail and 14 mule — using clover traps. It was the first of three East Kootenay communities to carry out a cull with a license from the Ministry of Forests, Lands and Natural Resource Operations. Kimberley culled 100 deer in January 2012, and Invermere was set to cull 100 deer in February 2012 before a court injunction

put a hold on the plans. The Invermere Deer Protection Society started a civil suit against the District of Invermere in February 2012, claiming the district did not do enough public consultation prior to decided to carry out a call. The court injunction halted the cull for much of February, but the society’s request to extend the injunction failed and eventually Invermere was able to cull just 19 deer before its permit to euthanize 100 deer expired. According to a March 2012 issue of the Invermere Valley Echo, Columbia Valley RCMP laid charges in cases where traps were tampered with or deer released from traps during the Invermere cull.

In May, the Supreme Court of B.C. gave permission for the society’s civil suit against the district to continue. That case is still before the court. A hearing was set to be held in January, but was delayed. Despite this legal action, public safety concerns have led the city to proceed with a second cull anyway. Devin Kasakoff, a spokesperson for the Invermere Deer Protection Society, is questioning why Cranbrook council changed its mind. “Why was the mayor worried about Invermere’s court case in October 2012 and not in February 2013? Nothing has changed. Our case is moving forward,” he said in a February 14 press release.

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VICTORIA — The Horseshoe Bay ferry terminal property is worth $47 million, not $20. The B.C. government has settled a dispute that had gone to court over the assessment for tax purposes of BC Ferries’ 49 ferry terminals, after an assessment appeal board reduced the value of the Horseshoe Bay property to a nominal amount. BC Ferries has been appealing the assessment value of its terminals since 2010, trying to reduce the level of municipal tax it pays for land that has few other uses than the current one. The decision to slash the value of the Horseshoe Bay land took the government and BC Ferries by surprise, said Bill Bennett, minister of community, sport and cultural development. Bennett announced Thursday that a negotiated settlement has been reached to retain most of the property tax income from BC Ferries to municipalities. West Vancouver-Sea to Sky MLA Joan McIntyre said

Ferries at the dock in Swartz Bay terminal on Vancouver Island. wiping out the assessed value of the Horseshoe Bay terminal would have cost West Vancouver about $1 million, to be repaid to BC Ferries retroactive to 2010. B.C. Assessment Authority launched court action in an effort to reverse the $20 decision, and Bennett said the agreement will put an end to that case. The agreement reduces the assessed value of the Horseshoe Bay land by 12.4 per cent, reducing the property tax bill by an estimated $32, 221. Most other properties have their assessed value reduced by about 20 per cent, under a formula agreed to both sides for the next five years. Nanaimo takes the largest reduction, with a 22 per cent cut in value

for its Departure Bay and Duke Point terminals costing $150,686. Nanaimo Mayor John Ruttan said he is pleased that the uncertainty over ferry terminal taxes has been resolved.

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BC Ferries’ most valuable property, in Tsawwassen, has its assessed value reduced 19.4 per cent to $51.7 million. That change will cost Delta city hall $133,426 per year.

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Dorner, Kelly and the outlaw archetype

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the wake of the tragic rampage and death of ex-LAPD cop Christopher Dorner in California, social networks erupted with conspiracy theories, and cries that Dorner was a hero and a martyr who died trying to clear his name. Many people have drawn comparisons between Dorner and Australian outlaw Ned Kelly, who also died after a firefight with police, back in 1880. While there are similarities between the sequence of events for Dorner and Kelly, the men themselves were very different. Ned Kelly was born into a poor farming family in the Australian bush in 1854. The colony was a rough place to live for the poor; after Ned’s father died in 1866 he and his brothers resorted to petty thief. In 1878, a police officer came to arrest Ned’s brother Dan for such a theft. Ned was 400 kilometres away at the time. The officer made a drunken pass at Ned’s sister, and Dan wrestled him away. In the kerfuffle, the officer sustained a cut on his wrist. He went back to headquarters and claimed Ned Kelly had shot him, and a reward was put out for Kelly’s arrest. So did Ned Kelly become an outlaw. For two years, he hid in the bush, evading capture by the police who hunted him. On one occasion, they tried to trap Ned and his brother Dan, who was in exile with him, but they escaped and killed the police officers to stop them giving chase. To sustain themselves, Ned and his gang carried out robberies — which were really more like communities hiding the outlaws and giving them supplies. The gang were finally surrounded in a hotel in Glenrowan. Police began to fire, even as women and children tried to flee. Ned Kelly escaped the hotel, but his brother and friends did not, so he tried to go back for them. As he walked into the fray,

Christopher Dorner beclad in homemade arlieved vindicating himself mour, he was shot in the was more important than knee, captured, and subinnocent human lives. He sequently hung in 1880 killed the families of people after a one-day trial. he hated; he killed police Last week, Christopher officers not associated with Dorner published a 6,000 the perceived wrongs done page manuscript to Facebook threatening to begin against him. a killing spree to clear his Ned Kelly, on the other name. He lost his job with hand, shot out only when the LAPD in 2008 after he protecting himself and his claimed he saw one of his family. In the robberies superiors beat a suspect. leading up to his capture, Those claims were dishe did not lay a hand on a proven, but Dorner felt he civilian. was right. His manifesto, unlike On February 3, he Dorner’s, calls out the inNed Kelly killed the daughter of his justices against an entire attorney in that case, and her fiance. He population, not just the injustices against ambushed and killed a police officer on him. Instead of calling for the death of February 7. those he hated, he asked those people to When Dorner was finally surrounded make amends for the wrongs he felt they by police on February 12 in a cabin in the had done by giving some of their fortune San Bernardino Mountains, he began to “the widows and orphans fund.” shooting at local police and LAPD, who Dorner was an African American in Los returned fire. When the shootout was Angeles, and the LAPD has a troubled hisdone, a sheriff’s deputy was dead, and a tory with African Americans — that much body thought to be Dorner’s was found in is true. the burnt out cabin. But while Dorner’s manifesto tells of Both Dorner and Ned Kelly were mur- racism against him during his time with derers, and no motive can justify taking the LAPD, he does not purport to stand for another life. Every person killed, whether African Americans. police officer or civilian, is loved and His motive was purely to bring revenge mourned by their families. Every victim for his dismissal from the LAPD. was robbed of the happy years ahead of He vowed to launch a killing spree as them. payback to the police force, and then he Regardless of his motive, Ned Kelly carried it out. When it was over, four peokilled police officers, and no amount of ple were dead and another four injured. proselytizing and advocating for poor Dorner had clearly gone over the edge. people’s rights will make up for that. He was not well and he needed help. He Violence can never be excused, espe- was heartless. He was no different to Adam cially violence against those sworn to pro- Lanza or James Holmes or Jared Loughner. tect us. Christopher Dorner may have been an But there are some important differ- outlaw, but he was no Ned Kelly. ences between the two outlaws.


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A date with destiny JANUS: Cranbrook Then & Now

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James Baker lived a more academic and certainly less audacious lifestyle than his brothers Samuel and Valentine, yet he methodically carved his own lasting niche in the world. In the final analysis, it may be argued, he created the most notable legacy of all. Speaking of arguments, there was a time in Cranbrook not so very long ago when one could create a stir within a crowd simply by mentioning his name. The resulting disputes generally assumed opposing viewpoints involving the selection of the practically non-existent town of Cranbrook as the site of the CPR depot, as opposed to the well-established Townsite of Fort Steele. There were many then, and some today, who saw James Baker as a man who misused his political position and connections in order to make himself a great deal of money and then get out while the getting was good. Before coming to a decision on the subject let us consider some of the basic facts as we know them concerning James Baker. James was born in London on Jan.6 1830, the son of wealthy entrepreneur and businessman Samuel Baker. The youngest of four brothers, James appears to have taken his formal education more seriously than his siblings, who generally enjoyed a life of warfare, adventure, travel and occasional scandal. His advanced studies would come later, however. In 1845, at the age of 15, James joined Her Majesty’s Indian Navy as a midshipman. Promoted rapidly to Acting First Lieutenant, he spent time surveying the Arabian coast and suppressing the slave trade, illegal in most of the British Empire by 1833. James later transferred to the British Army, enlisting as a cornet (lowest grade of commissioned officer) with the distinguished Royal Horse Guards Blue. He was intelligent, popular and an excellent horseman and therefore performed well while in the service. He transferred once again to the 8th Hussars and was sent to the Crimea, tracing the steps of his older brother Valentine, to support the Turks in the war against England’s Russian foes. It was here that James, by a stroke of fate, appears to have avoided the deadly and soon to be famous cavalry encounter with Russian artillery that came to

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A young James Baker in the compulsory hunting pose of the era. James was an experienced outdoorsman who hunted and fished regularly. be known as “The Charge of the Light Brigade.” He went on to take part in other battles during the war, including Tchernaya and the siege and fall of Sevastopol, both of which saw thousands of casualties. James’ thoughts turned towards more domestic matters following the Crimean War. He retired from the army carrying the rank of Lieutenant-Colonel and on Dec.14, 1855, married Miss Sarah Louisa White, with whom he had four children over the next 11 years: Alice Hyde Baker, Louis Samuel Hyde Baker, Valentine Hyde Baker and Harold Hyde Baker. As his family grew, so too did his education. James was admitted to Magdalene College in Cambridge on May 29, 1859, at the age of 29, graduating with a Bachelors Degree in 1861 and a Masters in 1865. While attending to his academic studies James exhibited a continuing interest in military affairs. During his time at Cambridge he joined the newly formed Volunteer Rifle Club as first commanding officer. In 1904, he received the honorary rank of Colonel in the organization which may account for his subsequent title of Col. James

Baker during the duration of his lifetime. His time spent in the Rifle Brigade paralleled his interest in the British army volunteer program and the education of officers, subjects upon which he wrote extensively. This in turn brought him to the notice of the Prince of Wales (the future King Edward VII) and Prince Albert (consort of Queen Victoria) who summoned him to Windsor castle to discuss his views. This in turn led indirectly to a position as private secretary to Roger Grosvenor, the 2nd Marquis of Westminster. In short James Baker found himself moving among the highest echelons of British power and in the process learning a great deal about managing large estates and the value of political influence. In 1874, he returned to Turkey where he remained for three years, during which time he compiled and published an authoritative account of the country, including a close study of its military importance in regards to the threat of war from Russia against England, an issue of some concern at the time. British Prime Minister Benjamin Disraeli, among others, sought advice from Baker

on the subject, further establishing his position in the political hierarchy. James was also elected a member of the prestigious Athenaeum Club in London in 1882. Still very active today, the club was formed in 1824 for individuals known for scientific, literary or artistic accomplishments and includes an impressive list of members past and present. Fellow members during James’ tenure included Charles Darwin, Rudyard Kipling, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle and Joseph Conrad. Others over time include Charles Dickens, Cecil Rhodes, Winston Churchill, T.S. Eliot and Alex Guinness. There is no doubt that James was well ensconced in all the best that the British Empire had to offer. He was wealthy, highly-respected, and moved among the most elite of English society. Then, in 1884, at the age of 54, James Baker came to a decision. He packed up his bags and his wife and two of his sons and headed for the wilds of British Columbia for a date with a destiny he named Cranbrook. janusthenandnow@shaw.ca

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UPCOMING Valentines Day Dinner, Dance & Silent Auction. Friday, Feb. 15. Cocktails 5:30, Dinner at 6:30pm. Music by The Hollers. Tickets at Black Bear Books, FasGas and Lotus Books. Held at Kimberley Conference Centre. Valentine Jam, Cranbrook Legion - 8 pm Feb. 15th, Featuring Brad and the Boyz. Feb 15, Cranbrook Foster Parents Assoc., will be having their annual banquet; their major fundraiser. Join us at Heritage Inn for fun, dinner, music, a loonie auction. Gerri Burleigh 250-489-8441. Social Dance, held monthly at the Cranbrook Seniors Hall on 2nd St. South, takes place on Feb 16th to the music of “Old Spice’. You are invited to celebrate St. Valentine’s Day with family and friends from 7-11. Lunch served. Call Flo at 250.489.2720. Flea Market & Fun Fair: MBSS Senior Boys Basketball Team fundraiser, Feb 16 at Mt Baker Gym, 10-4. Vendors, businesses, crafters wanting to rent tables - call Pearl 250-426-7410. Cost $35. Valentine Lunch, St. Mary’s Church Hall, Sat. 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spot to represent the the country in Sochi. Currently, McArthur For Cranbrook is sitting 41st overall in climber Gord McArthe UIAA standings, thur, it’s a dream come but he’ll look to climb true. up the ladder in Kirov, The local climbing Russia, when the final athlete got the nod competition wraps up from Alpine Club of the 2013 tour. Canada on Tuesday After that, all focus morning, as the nationturns to Sochi. al mountaineering While McArthur has body punched his ticket to the 2014 Sochi “Now that it’s official, noticed improvements in his results and his Winter Olympic Games I’m very keen to physical strength, he’s to compete in ice share that news and also found another area climbing, which will be a demonstration sport. it’s pretty cool. I’m of his climbing to work on. “Now that it’s offipsyched to be going “The results were cial, I’m very keen to good, but what I noshare that news and it’s to the Olympics.” ticed is that the same pretty cool. I’m psyched Gord McArthur. thing kept happening that I’m going to the over and over,” said Olympics.” McArthur. “I was very The announcement McArthur has been consistent about not came right in the middle of his efforts in the back in town for the last remembering certain World Cup circuit, as week, but jets off again things in the heat of the part of the Internation- to Russia in another moment. When it came al Mountaineering and seven days for his final down to getting tired, Climbing Federation, competition of the it’s like my brain would known by it’s French World Cup circuit this shut off and I would forget things that I year. acronym UIAA. It’s a routine he’s know very well.” McArthur has spent “That’s when we disthe last month jet-set- gotten used to over the ting around Europe to last three years he’s covered that my mental compete in World Cup competed in the World state is being hindered events in Italy, Roma- Cup circuit, as his re- by anxiety in the heat of nia, Switzerland and sults have steadily im- the moment. I mean, proved to the point there shouldn’t be, but France. “I spent the entire where the Alpine Club there is. When you have summer training to get of Canada gave him a anxiety in the heat of the moment, what happens is, it basically cuts off blood flow and basically ruins you.” He’s enlisted some pretty respectable reCustom Signs Industrial,Commercial Commercial & &&Residential ustom Signs forforfor Industrial, Commercial Residential sources to help him get Custom Signs Industrial, Residential Wide Format Printing, Design,Commercial Laminating, CNC Routing, Custom Signs for Industrial, & Residential Wide Format Printing, Design, Laminating, CNC Routing, over the block. WideBillboards, Format Printing, Printing, Design, Laminating, Laminating, CNC Routing, Vehicle Magnets, Custom Mfg., Installation Wide Format Design, CNC Routing, When Felix Billboards, Vehicle Magnets, Custom Mfg., Installation Billboards, Vehicle Magnets, Custom Mfg., Installation Construction Signs, Main Entrance ADAInstallation Engraving Billboards, Vehicle Magnets, Custom&Mfg., Baumgartner did his Construction Signs, Main Entrance & ADA Engraving Construction Signs, Main Entrance & ADA Engraving Construction Signs, Main Entrance & ADA Engraving Tel: 778.525.2400 Cel: 250.341.2705 4962 Fairmont Frontage historic jump from a Tel: 778.525.2400 Cel: 250.341.2705 ready for the World Cup of Ice Climbing competition tour, which started in January,” said McArthur. “…A total whirlwind, I came back in between two of them, so just turned upside down from jet lag, but you got to push through it.”

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Gord McArthur climbs his route during a competition in Romania on the UIAA Ice Climbing World Cup circuit last week. McArthur built a climbing shed in his backyard a few years ago, complete with grips and holds, and that project has only expanded with ever growing additions. He also draws from a well of support that includes his wife and two young daughters, along with local businesses in the community. Busi-

nesses such as High Country Sports, East Kootenay Credit Union, Hot Shots Cafe, New Dawn Developments, The Bedroom Furniture, Living Stones Developments and Sun Life Financial have pitched in to help him with his climbing. “Without them, I’d be sunk,” McArthur said.

Even though athletes are driven to do well in competition, it’s also important to keep a little perspective, he added. “Results don’t define you and you need to hold onto that in competitive sports and you need to hold onto that at a high level, because it can ruin you,” McArthur said.

Local hockey coach reflects on his career TRE VOR CR AWLEY Sports Editor

A local hockey personality will be inducted into the 2013 class of the B.C. Hockey Hall of Fame in a ceremony in July, joining a few other prestigious names. Colin Patterson has played and coached at various levels throughout his life locally and abroad, joins a 2013 class that includes—among others—Mark Recchi Paul Kariya, Marc Crawford and the 1994 and 1995 Kamloops Blazers teams.

“I think it’s an honour and well-deserved on all their parts,” said Patterson, on his fellow inductees. “Just to be in the B.C. Hockey Hall of Fame under the category of builder/coach is an honour for sure, because there are a lot of great people that have been inducted in past years and there will be a lot more inducted in future years.” Patterson grew up playing minor hockey in Kimberley and Cranbrook, and played a year at the now defunct Notre Dame University College

out of Nelson. From there, he received a scholarship and went on to NCAA hockey with Michigan Tech, helping the team win a championship in 1965. “That was quite an honour and being able to play with a lot of great players down there too, and under great coaching,” Patterson said. Patterson was in a familiar place with Michigan, as his brother played there a few years prior, along with a few other local players from the Cranbrook region.

After his time with Michigan Tech, Patterson came back home for a year with the Kimberley Dynamiters, before heading out to the University of Calgary, where he finished a degree in education. After that, Patterson went international and headed over to Switzerland and got behind the bench as a coach. “It was a great opportunity to coach over there and that was my first sort of inclination that I might want to keep coaching,” Patterson said. “I was

there for two years and came back to Cranbrook and ended up getting a job with the school district and also then started coaching the Cranbrook Colts in Junior B.” Patterson’s school district position put him in Laurie Middle School, where he stayed for 30 years teaching mathematics. He met and married his wife, Janet, and began a family that grew to three sons—Brad, Shane and Jeff.

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Jonathan Robins and Erin Thom, who recently returned from competeing in the Special Olympics World Winter Games in Pyeong Chang, South Korea, did a ceremonial puck drop on Wedndesday night at the Kootenay Ice game.

Special Olympians bring medals home Tre vor Cr awley Sports Editor

Two Cranbrook athletes were part of a record-breaking medal count at the Special Olympics World Winter Games in PyeongChang, Korea earlier in February. Jonathan Robins and Erin Thom represented their city, province and country as Team Canada smashed it’s record by tallying 109 medals— eight more than the previous record set in 2009. Robins competed in alpine skiing and captured a bronze medal and also finished sixth in giant slalom, while Thom took a silver in advanced giant slalom and a bronze medal in advanced super G. This was Robins’ first time competing in the Olympics after 12 years of skiing with the local branch of Special Olympics. After the first day of practice, Robins was bumped up from intermediate to advanced

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Jonathan Robins and Erin Thom both earned medals while competing at the Special Olympics

World Winter Games at the beginning of February. competition. Thom has made four trips to the World Games and has been involved with Special Olympics for the last 21 years. Outside of skiing, Thom also participates in bowling, golf, powerlifting, softball and swimming. “The athletes on Special Olympics Team

Canada worked hard for four years to qualify to compete in the 2013 Special Olympics World Winter Games, progressing through regional, provincial, and national competitions to reach the world stage,” said Dan Howe, Special Olympics B.C. president and CEO. “The B.C. team mem-

bers were well-prepared and determined competitors who did their province proud as they achieved many medals and personal bests. We are so proud of them and of their dedicated coaches.” Robins and Thom will keep themselves busy with their sporting endeavours over the next few months and into the summer. The two will be joined by Jesse Jensen, Neil Rye, Kendall Salanski and Roxanna Podrasky at a Snow Sports Festival in Kelowna at the beginning of March. The local Special Olympic branch will also be participating in the provincial Summer Games in Langley in July. The Summer Games softball team will have a few additions, with bowler Corinna MacKay and swimmers Lincoln Harrison and Mark Skelton joining the group.

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OTTAWA - The season just got a lot more difficult for the Ottawa Senators. The Senators will be without star defenceman Erik Karlsson for the rest of the year. The Norris Trophy winner underwent surgery Thursday to repair his left Achilles tendon, which was cut by a skate blade during a game

Wednesday night against the Pittsburgh Penguins. Senators general manager Bryan Murray said Thursday the surgery went well but 70 per cent of Karlsson’s tendon was cut. Recovery is expected to be at least three-to-four months, thus ending Karlsson’s season. “It was a clean cut and recovery is expected to be 100 per cent,”

Murray said. “But it does mean his year finishes at this time.” Murray had the opportunity to speak to Karlsson, saying the player felt he “got directed and got cut with a skate that shouldn’t be where it was.” Karlsson, 22, was injured while being checked by Pittsburgh’s Matt Cooke. The Penguins player lifted his leg in what appeared to

be an attempt to pin Karlsson against the boards but his skate blade struck the Senators’ player right above his skate boot. Karlsson immediately slumped to the ice and was in obvious pain as he attempted to get up. The NHL’s Department of Player safety reviewed the incident and felt no supplementary discipline was required.

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Patterson juggled his day job as a teacher with coaching the Colts, and he also began to get involved with the B.C. Amateur Hockey Association, helping out on the coaching development end of things. During his association with BCHA, he twice took a team to the Canadian Winter Games and helped out with the selection process for a couple national U17 and U18 teams. One of Patterson’s biggest contributions to the game came when he authored a series of lesson plans in the late 1970s that have were put to use by the Canadian Amateur Hockey Association, an organization that merged into Hockey Canada in 1994. It started at the behest of Bob Nicholson, the current president of Hockey Canada, who was the development coordinator for B.C. at the time. “He talked me into it,” said Patterson. “It took quite a while, but it has been quite successful and I’m sure it’s helped out a lot of coaches not just across B.C., but right across Canada and I think it’s gone into the U.S. and I know they use it over in England.” The plan consists of four booklets that detail all kinds of resources for coaches such as drills and materials for those drills. Each of the 20 lesson plans contained within are different and as coaches and hockey players advance through the booklets, the drills get more complex in

order to build, strengthen and develop new skills. Patterson went international again in the 1980s, when Dave King, who was the head coach of Team Canada’s Spengler Cup team, invited the Cranbrookian along as a guest coach. “It was great,” said Patterson. “You couldn’t get a better teacher than Dave King and also, in that particular time, Guy Charron, who is currently coaching the Kamloops Blazers right now—he was part of their coaching staff at the time.”

“It took quite a while, but it has been quite successful and I’m sure it’s helped out a lot of coaches, not just across B.C., but right across Canada and I think it’s gone into the U.S. and I know they use it over in England.” Colin Patterson When the WHL came to Cranbrook in 1998 after Ed Chynoweth moved the Ice franchise to the Kootenays from Edmonton, Patterson was invited to join the team by Chynoweth and former GM Bob Tory, where he helped out for the better part of a decade. He worked alongside Ryan McGill during his first tenure as head

coach from 1997-2002. McGill, who returned for his second stint with the Ice last offseason, said Patterson deserves to be recognized for his contributions to the game and that the community should be proud of his accomplishments. “The people of Cranbrook should be very proud for what he’s done not only for minor hockey in this town, but for hockey in general and his love of the game and his passion for doing anything to help people or kids or coaches or anybody within the game.” Having Patterson’s presence and hockey knowledge beside him in those early years when the Ice were starting anew in Cranbrook was invaluable, McGill added. “He always had the instincts of how to put perspective on wins and losses and always had the instincts to have that calming influence in the dressing room and on the coaches—myself in particular,” McGill said. Patterson was at the side of McGill and Cory Clouston when the team won the Memorial Cup in 2002. The same year, he retired from his teaching job at Laurie Middle School. In the later half of the 2000s, Patterson got the chance to head back over to Europe and do some coaching with teams in Holland and Britain. However, he’s now stepped back a little from the game, but keeps his nose in the WHL by joining Jeff Hollick as a colour commentator during Ice broadcasts.

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What is prayer and does it really work? Christian Churches who come from a more liturgical tradition have just begun the season of Lent. It’s a season in which we reflect more intentionally on our faith and our relationship with God. It involves repentance, which means to change, to turn around. In Lent we renounce pride and embrace God’s grace. We seek to walk more humbly and faithfully with God. It is a season of renewal and transformation. Lent is a time when we engage more inten-

tionally in three spiritual practices: praying, fasting, and almsgiving. I will deal with each of those in the next three weeks. Why do we pray? There is no single answer to that question. Each person answers it slightly differently for themselves, but at the heart of it is a sense that we are not totally self–sufficient. We experience a need inside us that cannot be filled by ourselves or others. We have a longing, a holy longing and we have discovered that only God can fill it adequately.

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Obituaries Rozannah Inez Barrand (Bignell) March 12, 1950 February 11, 2013 It is with deep sorrow that we announce the passing of Rozannah Barrand on February 11, 2013. Rozannah was born in Sudbury, Ontario, to Inez and Ronald Bignell. She loved life and everything it had to offer, especially her

daughters and grandchildren. Rozannah leaves behind to mourn her two daughters Susan (Collin) and Leah (Robin), her great joys in her life, her grandchildren; Julissa, Alli, Jacob and Tyler. She also leaves to mourn her brothers Charlie (Leigh) and Frank (Shelly). She will always be remembered as an avid outdoors lady. She enjoyed fishing, camping, gardening, cooking and canning. She was pre-deceased by her partner of many years, Lee Atwood, both of her parents, and her sister Lola. She will be sadly missed by all that knew her. A celebration of Life will be held on Saturday, February 16, 2013 at 283 Mission Crescent, 1:00 - 4:00 pm. In lieu of flowers, the family requests that a donation be made to a charity of your choice. Condolences may be left for the family at www.markmemorial.com

Norman Allan Blaine November 11, 1940 -February 7, 2013 We are saddened to announce the passing of Norman Allan Blaine (aka, “Stormin Norman” & “Blink”). He is survived by his daughter, Kristi, sonin-law, Kevin and his two very special grandchildren, Kylea and Kameron. Norm was born in Cranbrook, BC and spent many years of his life there, working for CMHC. He then moved to Kelowna BC, where he worked as assistant manager with CMHC for many years. In 2004, Norman fulfilled his life-long dream, to live on the open road. He found himself a motorhome and travelled for the next 6 years across the United States and Western Canada, with his beloved dogs in tow. Norm will be remembered for his generosity, love of animals and his uncanny ability to tell a great story and deliver a joke, better than anyone! There will be no funeral service by request. A “Celebration of Norm’s Life” will be held later in the spring in Cranbrook, BC. To receive information on “Norm’s Celebration of Life” please email nblink1940@gmail.com

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Betty Jones, 83, passed away peacefully on February 8th, 2013. Betty was born in Atlin, BC and it was storied her mother travelled 60 miles by dogsled from Teslin to give birth to her. Her formative years were spent in both Teslin and in Vancouver where she went to boarding school. She met her husband Art, while he was in Teslin working on the Teslin bridge. They married on April 1st, 1955 and returned to Cranbrook where she raised her family. Betty was a great lover of the outdoors and you could often see her on the trails behind their home in Gold Creek either hiking or cross country skiing. She also was a great traveler and she and Art traveled to many places around the world. She was a devoted wife, mother and grandmother. Betty is survived by her daughter Heather (Stuart) Tobe, sons Evan (Wendy), Ian (Sherra); grandchildren Justin (Jayme), Lewis, Chelsey, Georgia, Jessica, Hali, Mason; and nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by her husband Art, son Barry, and sister Joyce.  A celebration of Betty’s life is being planned for in May. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions in honour of Betty may be made to the: The Alzheimer Society of B.C., #300, 828 - West 8th Avenue, Vancouver, B.C., V5Z 1E2; toll-free: 1-800-667-3742; or by e-mail:  giving@ alzheimerbc.org. The family wishes to thank Dr Wentworth, the staff at Joseph Creek Care Village and the private caregivers for their care during Betty’s last years. Arrangements entrusted to McPherson Funeral Service. Condolences for the family can be offered at: www.mcphersonfh.com

Peter Graham 1927 - 2013 It is with great sorrow that the family of Peter Graham announces his passing on Wednesday, February 6, 2013 at East Kootenay Regional Hospital in Cranbrook at 85 years of age. Peter succumbed after an ongoing struggle with ill health in recent years. Peter was born on September 30, 1927 a native son of Cranbrook, and was extremely proud to be a life-long resident of the city. Peter received his early education here going on to graduate from UBC with a degree in law. He returned to Cranbrook where he enjoyed a busy and active law practice for 41 years. When he retired Graham and Company was the longest continuously operated law firm in Cranbrook. Peter had a tremendous love of music, particularly jazz and played clarinet in many bands over the years. The last band he played in was “The sounds of the 40’s”. He had a quick wit and was an irrepressible punster much to the amusement of friends and family. His love of animals was well known and he was a lifetime supporter of the SPCA. He loved his and Debby’s home on Moyie Lake. Peter is survived by his loving wife of 51 years Debby; his niece Laurie Edwards and her children Alyson and Lance; his nephew Tom (Claire) Prentice and their children Kaitlyn and Ian, plus many close and loving friends. Peter will be missed by all who knew him. He is predeceased by his sister Anne Prentice and his parents Allen and Ida Graham. A gathering of friends and family will take place in Peter’s honour in the summer of 2013. Arrangements entrusted to McPherson Funeral Service. Condolences for the family can be offered at: www.mcphersonfh.com

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NDP threatens to test Liberal majority as budget debates near Dirk Meissner Canadian Press

VICTORIA — Premier Christy Clark is confident her Liberal government can survive a threat by the Opposition New Democrats to test what appears to an emaciated majority in the British Columbia legislature, but she’s not making any guarantees. Clark said she believes the five-seat Liberal majority will en-

dure, but warns that anything can happen in politics. “I think that support is there,’’ she said. “We’ll certainly see next week. I never ever in my public life have wanted to guess ahead and predict what any legislature might do. I don’t think that’s ever a good bet in politics, but I’m confident about it.’’ Officials with both the Liberals and New

Democrats admitted Thursday they were keeping a close eye on the numbers of politicians attending the legislature. The first test of the strength of the slim Liberal majority could come as early as Tuesday when the government tables its budget and it must pass first reading to proceed. But if the NDP musters more members to the

legislature and defeats the first reading, it won’t mean the government immediately falls and the legislature is dissolved. The Liberals still have the option of calling an official non-confidence vote for the next day, which offers them another opportunity to boost their numbers. A vote defeat for the Liberals could also see the Lieutenant Gover-

nor intervene and decide to keep the legislature in operation on the grounds that the province is close to the May 14 election. The current standings in the legislature are: 45 Liberals, 36 New Democrats and four Independents. But earlier this week, with Liberals Pat Pimm, Kevin Falcon and Rich Coleman away, the majority was down to two Liberals.

PST return looms for B.C. business Tom Fletcher Black Press

VICTORIA – Undoing the harmonized sales tax and establishing a modernized version of the 60-year-old provincial sales tax is the biggest task facing Premier Christy Clark’s government in the brief legislative sitting that precedes the May 14 provincial election. Finance Minister Mike de Jong introduced the transition legislation

Wednesday. It includes provisions for transactions that straddle the transition date such as new home purchases. The bill to replace the HST runs nearly 200 pages, and it will add accounting costs for business as well as taking away business input tax credits that match those available under the federal Goods and Services Tax. The government has given itself a deadline of April 1 to make

the switch for the 201314 fiscal year. The administrative burden of the switch starts with businesses reprogramming cash registers and other systems to go back to collecting two separate sales taxes. One of the few modern touches to the new PST is the ability of more than 100,000 businesses to register online at www.gov.bc. ca/etaxbc/register, and view online instructions

to help make the transition. About 30,000 B.C. businesses have started up since 2010, and operators may have no experience with the old sales tax system. Provincial sales taxes on restaurant meals, haircuts and other services will be removed as of April 1, but one companion tax is being kept in place. Private sales of vehicles, boats and aircraft are exempt from

GST, but the province levied a 12 per cent provincial tax on the transactions to equalize treatment of used vehicle sales between dealerships and individuals. The government vowed to reinstate the old PST at seven per cent after the HST was rejected in a province-wide initiative petition. The HST was imposed in 2010, extending the provincial sales tax to a range of services.

Clark said she called former Liberal MLA John Slater earlier this week and asked him to return to the Liberal caucus, but Slater is continuing the sit as an Independent. Slater was embroiled in a nasty split with the Liberals over his onagain, off-again candidacy in his Boundary-Similkameen riding. New Democrat House Leader John Horgan said his party is

waiting to test the majority next week — with the support of the Independents — when the Liberal government introduces the budget. Liberal caucus whip Eric Foster, who’s in charge of making sure the Liberals have a majority at all times, said the government numbers are a concern with some members on leave, but he’s confident the five-seat majority will hold.

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Cranbrook Daily Townsman, February 15, 2013