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Accused in Marysville homicide makes first appearance Claudia De Assumpcao charged with second degree murder and arson Sally MacDonald Townsman Staff

A Kimberley woman had her first court appearance in Cranbrook Criminal Court facing charges of murder and arson over the March 8 death of a 47-yearold Marysville man. Claudia De Assumpcao appeared frail and tired on Tuesday, March 12 when she faced Judge Grant Sheard for a judicial interim release hearing. Wearing an oversized white sweater, De Assumpcao did not speak during the brief appearance. De Assumpcao will remain in custody until her next court appearance on Monday, March 18. According to RCMP, on Friday, March 8, the Kimberley detachment, BC Coroner’s Service and Southeast District Major Crime Section were called to investigate the suspicious death of a man at a Marysville residence. On Saturday, March 9, RCMP arrested the 37-yearold girlfriend of the deceased, whom RCMP said was living with the deceased at his time of death. Claudia Valeria De Assumpcao has been charged with second degree murder and arson in relation to inhabited property for an offence committed in Kimberley on March 8. No details about the offence were described at Tuesday’s court appearance. A woman with the same name is listed on the website aupair.com, offering nanny and senior care services in Kimberley, starting in March 2013. See COURT, page 3

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Dave and Noah Wesche await the barber. Dave gave up the beard he has had for 25 years, and Noah lost his locks. Together they raised $2885 for Jenna.

Kimberley comes together for Jenna Fundraiser brings in over $12,000 for Jenna Homeniuk C AROLYN GR ANT editor@dailybulletin.ca

The Chop Your Locks fundraiser at the Sully Pub for Kimberley student Jenna Homeniuk, who is in Calgary receiving treatment for leukemia, raised $12, 855, and organizer Shari Lamarche couldn’t be happier. The Sully was packed last Saturday night as those willing to lose their hair, and those

willing to pay to see it, gathered to support and raise funds for Jenna and her family. Jenna, along with her mother, has been in Calgary since last August when she was diagnosed with leukemia. She has since had a bone marrow transplant and is growing increasingly stronger. Currently she is at Ronald Macdonald House in Calgary receiving outpatient treatment. The good news is that if her immune system continues to recover, she will be home to Kimberley in April, in time for her sixteenth birthday.

Brenda Birrell, right, raised $3500.

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College of the Rockies’ Bachelor of Science in Nursing students left to right) Lisa Smith, Josie Sanderson, Jessica Merchant, Jill Irving, Shawna Ryan (Nursing Instructor), Tina Choi, and Carl Eirikson look forward to increasing awareness of health services available to marginalized populations in Cranbrook.

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College of the Rockies’ first-year Bachelor of Science in Nursing students will be hosting a health care information event at the Salvation Army on Thursday, March 14. They will be on-site from 8 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. The students, in their first semester of the Nursing program, were tasked with undertaking a collaborative group

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dents will offer attendees a handout with a comprehensive list of health services available in Cranbrook. The brochure is geared toward marginalized individuals with hopes that they may discover services they were not formerly aware of. A free lunch and raffle prizes will also be provided from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.

The group would like to thank the College of the Rockies, The Salvation Army, Street Angels, Walmart, Superstore, Safeway and other local businesses and organizations for their contributions. For more information on this health care event, please contact Lisa Smith at lsmith2@ cotr.bc.ca

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find out what the needs of this group were and how the students could help meet those needs. “What we learned is that there is a need for Cranbrook health care service information to be more accessible to those who need to access it,” Group member Lisa Smith said. At the March 14 event, the nursing stu-

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The deadline for both is April 12, 2013. The Social Grants Program funds projects that primarily support social well-being and address social issues in Basin communities. The Youth Grants Program funds projects that primarily impact and benefit Basin youth aged 12 to 29. “The Social Grants Program aims to help organizations tackle diverse social issues across the region, and we look forward to seeing what projects come forward in this second intake of the program,” said Aimee Ambrosone, CBT Senior Manager, Sector Initiatives.

“The Youth Grants Program is continuing on the success it has had over the last seven years, supporting a range of projects that involve youth and build youth capacity and leadership.” Granting decisions for the Social Grants Program are made by a volunteer group of Basin residents who have experience and expertise in the social sector and broader community development experience. For more information on the program, visit www.cbt.org/sgp. Applications to the Youth Grants Program are adjudicated by

CBT’s Youth Advisory Committee, a group composed of Basin residents aged 15 to 29 who provide a youth perspective and understanding of the needs of and challenges facing young people in the Basin. For more information on the program, visit www.cbt.org/ygp. Organizations looking for assistance in applying or those organizations that are uncertain about which program to apply to should contact CBT at 1-800505-8998 or grants@cbt. org. The next intake for both programs will be in fall 2013.


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Resort municipality initiative

Priority projects identified Advisory Committee sees trails development and events coordinator as priorities C AROLYN GR ANT editor@dailybulletin.ca

As a Resort Municipality, Kimberley is eligible to receive a percentage of hotel room tax revenue from the province. Those funds must go to projects which improve tourism infrastructure in the City, such as the recently opened Riverside Putting Course at the campground. Kimberley will receive $96,000 in 2013, $46,000 of which has not yet been committed to a specific project. To assist in choosing projects, a Tourism Infrastructure Advisory Committee was struck last month and recommendations on projects have already been forwarded to Council. Funds have already been committed to the Kimberley Trails Society, formed in 2009 to develop, protect and maintain recreational trails in and around Kimberley. The Society will receive $40,000 in 2013 and $50,000 in 2014 for construction of intermediate and advanced trails and a skills park. Funding of $10,000 is also committed to the Winter Ski Shuttle for 2013 and 2014. The Trails Society will also received funding for some new projects — $19,100 this year and $5000 next for the development of beginners level trails and $6,900 this year for trailhead kiosks. The remaining $20,000 for 2013 has been earmarked by the committee for the base salary for a Festival and Events Coordinator. This is something many in Kimberley, including the Chamber of Commerce, have been asking for to ensure the sustainability of Kimberley’s festivals. While Mayor Ron McRae says the position is still emerging, there is a $30,000 line item in the Economic Development budget for this position. With $20,000 from the RMI, this would reduce the City’s portion to $10,000, with a Columbia Basin Trust application pending as well. “The importance of the festival coordinator is to really get a handle on where we are as a ‘city of festivals,” McRae said. “But it’s also important to create an environment to support the volunteers who make the festivals happen.” McRae says that while Resort Municipality funding will support the base salary for one year that will not be an ongoing payment. “We would be looking for an opportunity to create revenue out of the position,” he said, meaning eventually the festivals will fund the position by themselves. “We could also apply for lottery funding. You can’t apply for that in the first year, but you can once the position has been established.” Kimberley must finalize the projects by March 31, 2013.

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FLASH MOB Lindsay Park students did a surprise drop-in to the Selkirk Secondary Talent Show on Friday to perform a dance routine, much to the delight of the Selkirk students who gave them an enthusiastic welcome.

Over $12,000 raised for Jenna From Page 1 Her drugs, however, are tremendously expensive, and with mom Paula Thomas being unable to work all these months as she stayed with her daughter, continued support is needed. As always, Kimberley didn’t disappoint, Lamarche said. “When I was standing on stage you could feel the energy from the room — it was pure joy — everyone coming together for a common purpose, to sup-

port a wonderful young lady and her family. Everyone had a big smile on their face,” she said. Individuals such as Brenda Birrell raised $3500, and father son team of Dave and Noah Wesche raised $2885, the last $500 coming from patrons when Noah spontaneously decided to join his dad if $500 could be raised (it quickly was). “I am so grateful to everyone who helped out in this event,

especially the participants who were brave enough to shave their heads and faces,” Larmarch said. “Thank you everyone for your continued support of this wonderful family. “Special thank you to, Wolfy’s Hair Den , The Sully Pub, The Green Door, as well a thank you to Got Adventure, Kootenay Knitting and New Image who donated wonderful door prizes. A great big thank you to the Rotary Club of Kimberley for sell-

Community buys bike for boy SALLY MACDONALD Townsman Staff

A kind-hearted Cranbrook resident has replaced a bicycle for a local boy after his own bike was stolen. Kobe Roller saved up money working on a paper route until he could buy a second-hand bicycle for $450. It was just like the brand new one, valued at $800, that he had his eye on. But then Kobe loaned the bike to a friend for a quick ride home, and it was stolen from outside his friend’s house.

Aileen Wilson heard about what happened to Kobe, and decided to get involved. “After asking around a bit I learned Kobe is a hard-working, helpful young man and felt he deserved to get his bike back,” said Aileen. She didn’t have the money to buy a new bike for Kobe herself, so Aileen put out the word on Facebook and quickly raised money for Kobe. “Through wonderful friends I was able to raise $400 in only five days,” said Aileen. “We approached Mike (Stephen) at Gerick’s Sports and he

was so helpful finding the bike of Kobe’s dreams and made that bike fit our budget. Kobe’s mom put in $100 that was needed to cover the tax and an extra $39 our money didn’t cover. The bike was valued at over $800. “Kobe is one happy young man and I don’t think he will ever take his eyes off his bike again,” said Aileen. “Thank you to everyone who donated and Mike at Gerick’s for helping us make this young fellow smile again.”

ing $3000 in 50-50 tickets. Of that money, $2250 went back to Jenna thanks to people who won donating it back to the cause. Jenna will be donating a portion of the monies raised to the Ronald McDonald House in Calgary, they have been a wonderful support to Jenna’s family while she has been in Calgary.”

Accused makes court appearance From Page 1 The website describes De Assumpcao as a university-educated Brazilian woman who speaks basic English and is currently working as a housekeeper. A photo on the web page resembled De Assumpcao in Cranbrook court.


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The wearing of the green What’s Up? CAROLYN GRANT entertainment@ dailytownsman.com

The Friends of the Cranbrook Women’s Resource Centre are recognizing Tanya Laing Gahr and Susan Hanson or their volunteer contribution when they presented the Vagina Monologues in February 2013. This team of director and producer along with the cast and crew were responsible for raising $5,000. Ten per cent of the funding will go to the Vagina Monologues Spotlight Campaign to spotlight and raise awareness of a particular group of women who experience violence. The remaining 90 per cent will help keep the doors of Women’s Resource Centre open for about one month. The Friends of the CWRC would also like to thank the City of Cranbrook for their generous donation of one Community Day at Key City Theatre so the production could take place without a cost to the production. The donation from the city shows, the Friends say, their commitment to the well-being of the residents of this community.

WEdnesday, March 13 Spain/Portugal/Morocco with Sharon Prinz. Architecture, food, and people of the three countries and the contrast between past and present Morocco. Join us for refreshments after the show and a visit with your neighbours. Silver Collection. Proceeds to the Wasa Community Hall.

Thursday, March 14 Birthstory A Movie Presentation At Centre 64 Theatre. BIRTHSTORY Ina May Gaskin & the Farm Midwives. Movie begins at 7 p.m, admission by donation.

Friday, March 15 Get in the mood for Easter at Marysville Artisans with hands on Ukrainian Easter Egg Painting with Elke Heimann from 1-3 p.m. (limited space)Elke 4273209 for more information.

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Saturday, March 16 Luck o’ the irish

Saint Patrick’s Spring Tea at the Catholic Church Hall in Kimberley. Saturday March 16, 1 to 3 p.m. Serving dainty sandwiches and sweets. Bake Sale. Admission is $5 and everyone is welcome.

SOCIAL DANCE A Social Dance is being held this evening, from 7-11, at the Cranbrook Seniors Hall, 2nd St. South, to the music of The Don Davies Quartet. Admission is $10. Light lunch served. Call Flo 250.489.2720 for your monthly dance schedule.

Fort Steele Fun Crazy Quilting Course – March 16th 11am-4pm. Cost is $55 includes all materials and a light English Tea Call 250-417-6000 to register

St. Patrick’s Dance St. Patricks Dance $10 at the Kimberley Elks Club. Proceeds to the Kimberley Soccer Assoc. 8:30 p.m. - 1 a.m. Featuring Hardwater, D.J. Traxx and John John the Leprechaun.

March 15, 16, 17 Grow For it! On Friday, March 15 it’s a Local Food & Garden Forum Movie Presentation, Grow For It! Foodie Film Night presented by Wildsight Kimberley/Cranbrook. At Centre 64, in the theatre, 7:30 p.m, admission by donation. Then on Saturday Wildsight presents the Local Food and Garden Forum. This includes an optional networking feast at the Bauernhaus. The forum runs all day, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Centre 64 theatre. Admission $30. Grow For It! contin-

Teas and dances mark St. Patrick’s Day this Saturday, Get in the green. ues on Sunday with a permaculture workshop with Toby Hemenway. Again 9 to 4 at Centre 64. Admission $60.

Sunday, March 17 St Patty’s Fun Spiel Novice curlers tournament at the Kimberley Curling Club. 10 teams of four $22 per person. Prizes for best dresses person and best dressed team. Pizza party and presentations to follow at the Elks Club. Call 250-427-2343 for more information.

March 18-28 Kimberley Aquatic Centre Camp Weekdays only during Spring Break, the Kimberley Aquatic Centre wants to look after your kids from 8 to 3:30 daily. Indoor and outdoor games and sports, swimming and crafts for kids ages 4 to 10. $40 per session. 250-427-2983. or kacinfo@kimberley. ca

Fort Steele Spring Break Spring Break Kids Camp from March 18 through 22. Cost is $155 for the week. Call 250417-6000 to register

Jazz in March and April If you’re a jazz fan, there are a number of events coming up in March and into April. On Thursday, March 21, The Tyler Hornby Trio plays Centre 64 Theatre. On Tuesday, March 26, Andrea Superstein plays the Kimberley United Church. And on

Wednesday, April 10, The Cookers play the Centre 64 Theatre. Tickets are $40 to $50 for the series, or $12 to $20 for single shows.

Friday, MARCH 22 HORSE BOY The Kimberley Happiness Project continues to spread the joy with a movie presentation, Horse Boy at Centre 64, in the theatre, 7:30 p.m., admission by donation.

March 22 and 23 Cambodia Support Group launches its Year 30 celebrations with a C a m b o d i a -V i e t n a m Travelogue, presented by the dedicated team of Sabine and Gerhard Pfeiffer. Friday March 22, 7:30 pm at College of the Rockies, Lecture Theatre Saturday March 23, 7:30 pm at Centre 64 Theatre, Kimberley. Admission by donation to CSG. cambodiacsg@ live.com or 250-4272159 for more information.

Tuesday, March 26 Have Camera Have Camera Will Travel slide show presentation — South America by BA & Darryl Price. Centre 64, in the theatre, 7:30 p.m, admission by donation.

Wednesday, March 27 Wasa Community Hall at 7:30 p.m. Travels With the Thompson Brigade with Karen Proudfoot. This award winning film will show the Thompson Brigade paddling the Columbia from beginning to end. This will be especially inter-

esting to history buffs and outdoor enthusiasts who live in the Columbia/Kootenay River Basin. After the show join us for refreshments and a visit with your neighbours. Silver Collection. Proceeds to the Wasa Community Hall

SATURDAY, MARCH 30 EASTER FUN AT KIMBERLEY AQUATIC CENTRE Hop into the water and Easter activities for children. $5 gets your child an hour of activities and prizes and admission to the afternoon public swim. Begins at noon.

Sunday, March 31 The Annual Fort Steele Easter Egg Hunt Easter fun from the whole family from 10am-4pm Tickets on sale now at Safeway, Save On Foods, and the Chamber of Commerce in Cranbrook.

Saturday, April 6 SOCIAL - DANCE held monthly at the Cranbrook Seniors HALL on 2nd St. South will take place April 6th with music provided by the Great Canadian Barn Dance Of Hill Spring, Alberta. Come out from 7-11 with friends and family for a night of Great Dance and fun! $10 adm. Light lunch served. Call 250. 489. 2720. alcohol-free premise. Post your event online at dailytownsman.com and dailybulletin.ca

UPCOMING March 13th. Kimberley Garden Club March Meeting program: The Care and Overwintering of Summer-Blooming Tender Bulbs. Selkirk High School Library 7-9 pm. New members welcome. For more info: Nola 250-427-1948. BC Government Retired Employees Association, Rocky Mountain Branch, will hold their luncheon meeting at Bavarian Chalet in the Sam Steele Rm, March 13, 2013 at 12 noon. Guest speaker: Driver’s Licence Dept. Info: Jack Selman 250-489-5930. Wed. March 13: Get ready for the May 2013 General Election. Make sure you are on the Voters List. Voter registration is taking place at Kimberley Public Library between 11:00 am and 5:00 pm. Thurs. Mar 14: Get ready for the May 2013 General Election. Make sure you are on the Voters List. Voter registration will take place at Overwaitea Foods between 1:30 pm and 7:30 pm. OPEN HOUSE – You are cordially invited to attend the 40th Anniversary Celebration of the Charter of Cranbrook First Toastmasters in the Lecture Theatre, College of the Rockies, 7-9 pm, Thursday March 14. No charge for this event. RSVP Elizabeth at 489-5013 or email ef5013@shaw.ca MARCH 16 SOCIAL DANCE, held at the Cranbrook Seniors HALL on 2nd St. South, with music provided by The Don Davies Quartet. Come out from 7-11 with friends and family for ‘ A Wee Bit of Song, a Wee Bit of Fun’. Light lunch served. 250.489.2720. March 16 St. Patricks Dance - Proceeds to the Kimberley Soccer Assoc. 8:30pm - 1:00am Featuring Hardwater, D.J. Traxx and John John the Leprechaun. Luck o’ the Irish, Saint Patrick’s Spring Tea. Sat March 16/13. Serving dainty sandwiches and sweets. Bake Sale. 1-3 pm. Catholic Church Hall. Everyone welcome! St. Patrick’s Tea & Bake Sale, March 16, 1-3 pm (new hours) Senior Citizens Hall Br. 11, 125-17th Ave S., Cranbrook. Info: Judy, 426-2436. March 17 St Patty’s Fun Spiel Novice curlers tournament. 10 teams of four. Prizes for best dresses person & best dressed team. Pizza party & presentations to follow at the Elks Club. FMI 250-427-2343. March 18, 7:00 pm Cranbrook Garden Club meeting in the hall of the Christ Church Anglican. Come out and join us - new members always welcome. Call April 778-517-1222. United Way Cranbrook and Kimberley invites supporters to an Appreciation Buffet Breakfast at the Heritage Inn, Cranbrook on Thursday, March 21st , 7:00 to 9:00am. RSVP before March 18th 250-426-8833 or crankimbunitedway@shaw.ca East Kootenay Railway Pensioners Association, Social Luncheon 12:30 pm, Tuesday Mar.19th, 2013 at the Bavarian Chalet (Day’s Inn) 600 Cranbrook St.N, Cranbrook. All Railway Retiree’s and Spouses are welcome, RSVP by Mar.15th. More info: Secretary Frances Allen at 250-426-2720 or Charlie Bichon at 250-426-2171. 2013 FREE FAMILY SWIM Wednesday, March 20th, 6:00-7:00 PM is sponsored by Exact Tax. Children 18 years & under must be accompanied by an adult. Anglican Church Annual Yard Sale, Saturday Mar 23, 9am-noon. Centennial Hall, 46-13 Ave. S., Cranbrook. ONGOING Learn to Fish @ Kootenay Trout Hatchery! Come on out to the hatchery pond for this opportunity – great for all ages. Call now to book a session (250) 429-3214. Open now through the end of August! Tours also available. Tai Chi Moving Meditation every Wednesday 3-4 pm at Centre 64. Starts November 7th. Call Adele 250-427-1939. Special Olympics BC – Kimberley/Cranbrook now has an Active Start! Active Start is for children with intellectual disabilities ages 2-6, teaching basic motor skills through fun, positive experiences.Thursdays, 10-11am at Kimberley Aquatic Centre ** Transportation available. Call Julia 427.3324 or Cyra 250.919.0757 Cranbrook Senior Centre, Branch 11 holding their meetings every third Thursday a month. 1:30pm at the hall. We always welcome new members. Royal Canadian Legion Branch 24; Friday Meat Draw: 4:30- 6:30, Saturday Meat Draw: 3:30-5:30. Play and Learn Parenting/Literacy Program – 8 week registered program for parents with preschool children with a facilitated play and activity component for children. Kimberley Early Learning Centre Kim 250-427-4468. StrongStart BC - FREE family drop-in program for preschoolaged children accompanied by a parent. Kimberley Early Learning Centre. Monday 9 - 12, Tuesday 9 - 12, Thursday 9 – 12, Friday 9 - 12. Gina 250-427-5309. Treehouse—Families with children 5 & under are invited to come play. Free drop-in program in gym of Kimberley Early Learning Centre. Transportation avail. Tuesdays, 9:00 - 12:00. Diana 250-427-0716. Cranbrook’s Bibles for Missions Thrift Store thanks you for your support. 824 Kootenay St. N. Open 10-5, Tues-Sat. A great place to save or volunteer. Place your notice in your “What’s Up?” Community Calendar FREE of charge. 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LETTERS to the EDITOR Passing by the accident scene

Last week my friend Sandra and I took our dogs for a walk in our community forest. We are lucky to have such an amazing piece of land to enjoy, let our dogs run with unfettered pleasure, and get away from the work and home life, if just for a little while. As with all outdoor pursuits, a certain risk is involved, and it would be our walk that day became an example of risks and reward of living in this community. The risk I took that day was to go for a walk after our unusual spring weather without the “grippies” I usually wear for walking on ice. After some gymnastic flips, twists and a stuck landing, we had to call an end to our walk, and Sandra had to call 911 for help. I was unable to be of much help, and Sandra had to describe to someone in Kelowna where we were and how the help could get access to our position. Lying there listening I sensed and saw the relief in her eyes and tone when she was patched through to our local fire hall, which in turn sent our local volunteers from Search and Rescue. The small town connection was once again a lifeline for help. Now maybe Cranbrook and some of its people are growing up “big city” too fast. Maybe having technology that can connect us to help almost anywhere is a reason for others not to personally lend a hand. I am sure that the reasons for those who passed by and did not stay to help us, or our dogs, were legitimate and sound in their minds. The use of technology does not replace the humanity and sensitivity. The experience

of two people being left because there was a cellphone connection is one that has left me more hurt than the physical bumps and bruises that will heal with time. That experience has left me with an impression that there is a rip in the fabric of this community, and those who have similar passions and appreciation of the surrounding beauty do not share the compassion of fellow humans who were suffering. Thankfully the care and attention given by friends, Search and Rescue volunteers, ambulance attendants, and hospital staff was exemplary. Seeing the faces of young men and women who were once students of the school in which I teach, was comforting and made me proud to be a part this community. Whether or not it was meant to be, I believe the small town personal connection is a gift for everyone whether they are in need of help or can offer help. The unfortunate event of last week has not changed my perspective and I can see the forest for the trees of our community. There are many live and vibrant caring people out there, and they are the ones that help this community thrive and grow. Constance Merz Cranbrook

Posters I am responding to the March 4 letter (“Poster”) in the Townsman regarding Aboriginal self-identification posters at East Kootenay Regional Hospital. I want to assure residents of Cranbrook and the East Kootenay that all patients and

clients are treated equally and receive the same level of care at East Kootenay Regional Hospital and other Interior Health facilities. The posters mentioned are part of the Interior Health Aboriginal Self-Identification project, which was implemented in the East Kootenay in 2011. Under this project, all patients are asked if they wish to self-identify as Aboriginal or non-Aboriginal during the registration process; no assumptions are made as to who is Aboriginal and identification is completely voluntary. When a patient self-identifies as Aboriginal they will be asked a few more questions including whether or not they want to receive Aboriginal Patient Navigator services to help them through their stay.  Data shows that Aboriginal people have health outcomes well below the BC means and there are many fears and stigmas within Aboriginal populations about health care services.  Self-identification supports Interior Health’s commitment to providing appropriate, culturally competent, high quality care to all patients. In Cranbrook, Interior Health is working closely with the Ktunaxa Nation and other Nations across the region. The Ktunaxa are supportive of the Aboriginal Self-Identification project and were involved in the design of the posters, which feature Nation members. I regret if the posters caused any confusion.  Interior Health is committed to high quality care for all East Kootenay patients. Christine Shumka Director, Patient Care Services, Acute East Kootenay Regional Hospital


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Ice beat ‘Canes, clinch final playoff berth TRE VOR CR AWLEY Sports Editor

The Kootenay Ice proved all the doubters wrong by clinching a playoff spot for the 15th straight year with a 3-1 victory over the Lethbridge Hurricanes on Tuesday night at Western Financial Place. The Ice, which struggled mightily through the first half of the WHL season, caught fire after the Christmas break and climbed out of the basement of the Eastern Conference to seize the eighth and final playoff berth. “It’s been a great ride and I’m looking forward to playoffs,” said Ice alternate captain Sam Reinhart. Reinhart had a goal and an assist while goaltender Mackenzie Skapski made 24 saves to lift Kootenay to the win, which coincidentally, eliminated the Hurricanes from playoff contention. Brock Montgomery and Jaedon Descheneau also provided scoring for the Ice, while Tyler Wong had the lone goal for the Hurricanes. Hurricanes netminder Ty Rimmer made 34 stops in defeat. Hudson Elynuik, a 15-year-old forward who was called up from Midget AAA in Alberta, found himself playing alongside Luke Philp and Montgomery and

earned his first career WHL point with an assist on his linemate’s goal. While the whole team knew the implications of what a win would mean, it was also a nice way to respond after a pair of road losses in the U.S. and snap a three-game skid.

“It’s been a great ride and I’m looking forward to playoffs.” Sam Reinhart “It was really good to come back and play a really all-around game against this team in a really key game for us to clinch a spot, so I’m really proud of all the guys and everyone really stepped up,” said Reinhart. Head coach Ryan McGill said the team knew they had to play better following two losses to the Tri-City Americans and Spokane Chiefs last weekend. “We really needed to focus on play away from the puck, and then puck recoveries with that, and I thought our guys did a way better job of that tonight,” said McGill. “When they scored the first goal, obviously, that was early, but I thought our guys did a good job of just playing

the game and our powerplay scored a big goal for us tonight.” Lethbridge opened the scoring in the first period, when Tyler Wong slipped a rebound underneath Skapski to take an early lead six minutes into the game. Collin Shirley and Sam Reinhart nearly scored on an odd man rush a few minutes later, however, it was Descheneau who pulled it even, toe-dragging the puck across the blue line and firing it blocker side on Rimmer. The Ice took over the game in the second period, scoring a pair of goals to take a two-goal lead. Montgomery found the back of the net for the 31st time this season, capitalizing on his own rebound after getting fed while drifting in all alone from the high slot. Elynuik got his first career WHL point with an assist on the play. Eight minutes later, Reinhart scooped up a puck that bounced off Rimmer and fired it home on the powerplay for a two-goal lead. “Right from that point, we really took over the game and were really able to control the puck and not give them too many opportunities, and when they did get an odd one, Skapski was there to make key saves

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Landon Peel, Collin Shirley, Jaedon Descheneau and Sam Reinhart of the Kootenay Ice celebrate a goal during a game against the Lethbridge Hurricanes on Tuesday night at Western Financial Place. for us,” Reinhart said. Lethbridge did get a couple scoring chances throughout the middle frame, however, Skapski stood tall, stopping two breakaways from Reid Duke and Jamal Watson, while robbing Wong by flashing the leather on what seemed like a sure goal on a

Hurricanes powerplay. Rimmer had a couple lucky breaks to keep the game within reach for the ‘Canes. A Jagger Dirk shot snuck through the five-hole but deflected wide, while a sprawling pounce on a puck just outside the crease prevented Montgomery from getting an-

Teams make moves in NFL free agency frenzy BARRY WILNER Associated Press

The Baltimore Ravens are paying the price for winning a Super Bowl. The NFL champions lost two key components of their defence, linebackers Paul Kruger and Dannell Ellerbe, as free agency began Tuesday. On Monday, they traded star receiver Anquan Boldin, a key to their title run, to San Francisco the team the Ravens beat 34-31 to win the championship. Kruger went north to division rival Cleveland for a five-year, $40 million deal, while Ellerbe headed south to Miami for $35 million over five

years. Steelers receiver Mike Wallace joined Ellerbe in choosing the Dolphins. Baltimore did sign free agent defensive end Chris Canty, who spent the previous four seasons with the New York Giants. The 49ers didn’t go untouched, either. After giving up a sixth-round draft pick for Boldin, they saw tight end Delanie Walker leave for Tennessee. San Francisco also confirmed the trade of backup quarterback Alex Smith to Kansas City, a deal that was known for weeks. The 49ers will receive the Chiefs’ second-round

pick, 34th overall, in this year’s draft and a conditional pick in next year’s draft. Kruger led the Ravens with nine sacks and added 2 1/2 in the playoffs and two in the Super Bowl. But he was too expensive for Baltimore to keep. Wallace will give Miami the speedy receiver it has sought after getting just three touchdown catches from its wideouts last season. The Dolphins also resigned free safety Chris Clemons to a one-year deal. Denver ensured that Peyton Manning will be the Broncos’ quarterback through at least

2014. The four-time MVP’s contract called for a guaranteed salary of $20 million in 2013 and 2014 if he was on the Denver roster Tuesday. The final two years of his contract are worth $19 million each, but are not guaranteed. Coming off multiple neck operations, Manning threw for 4,659 yards and 37 touchdowns last season and was the NFL Comeback Player of the Year. He turns 37 on March 24. Kansas City was busy finding support for Smith on both sides of the ball. The Chiefs agreed to a four-year, $16 million deal with tight

end Anthony Fasano, a three-year, $12.6 million contract with defensive tackle Mike DeVito, and a three-year deal with Saints backup quarterback Chase Daniel. Teams also made cuts Tuesday. The biggest were Ryan Fitzpatrick in Buffalo and Nnamdi Asomugha in Philadelphia. Earlier, Tony Gonzalez changed his mind and decided to return to the Falcons. The NFL’s career leader among tight ends with 1,242 receptions and 103 touchdowns said he was 95 per cent certain he would retire after 2012, but the other 5 per cent won out.

other goal on the scoreboard. It was a scoreless final period, however, Kootenay had opportunities to do more damage with a few power plays. The Hurricanes were given a chance with the man-advantage late in the game, but the Ice made a cru-

cial penalty kill to hold their opponents at bay. Kootenay heads to Lethbridge on Wednesday night to close out the regular season series. The Ice wrap up their season with another home-and-home matchup with the Calgary Hitmen on the weekend.

Heat top Hawks 98-81 for 19th straight victory

MIAMI - Dwyane Wade scored 23 points and the Miami Heat extended their winning streak to 19 games, leading wire-to-wire in beating the Atlanta Hawks 98-81 on Tuesday night. LeBron James scored 15 and Chris Bosh and Mario Chalmers added 14 apiece for the Heat, who matched the fifth-longest streak in NBA history. They will try for their 20th straight win on Wednesday at Philadelphia, the start of a five-game trip. Only three teams have won at least 20 consecutive games in the same season: the 1971-72 Los Angeles Lakers (33), the 2007-08 Houston Rockets (22) and the 1970-71 Milwaukee Bucks (20). The Washington Capitols also won 20 straight, spanning the end of the 1947-48 season and the start of the 1948-49 campaign. Josh Smith scored 15 for the Hawks, who got 12 apiece from Al Horford and Jeff Teague. Ray Allen scored 12 and Udonis Haslem grabbed 11 rebounds for the Heat, which won easily even with James - who shot 3 for 11 - scoring less than 20 points for the second straight game. Associated Press


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ARIES (March 21-April 19) A relationship is changing, and as a result, its significance to you also will change. Before discussing your opinions on this matter, think carefully about what lies ahead. You might want to make an adjustment or do something in a totally different way. Tonight: Kick back. TAURUS (April 20-May 20) Someone quite close to you might be transforming right in front of your eyes. Remember, change is an ongoing process. Just because you don’t like what you see now, it doesn’t mean that this is how he or she will be in another month or two. Do something for you. Tonight: Say “yes.” GEMINI (May 21-June 20) A matter involving your daily life is changing. You could have difficulty approaching someone from a new perspective. Know that you are in an evolving situation -- what is happening now might not be reflective of later on. Tonight: Enjoy the here and

now. CANCER (June 21-July 22) Children could be on your mind, or you just might be yearning to be more playful. Allow your inner rascal to come out, and make the most of this fun moment. A loved one could be changing. A new relationship will enter your life. Tonight: Let the fun times begin. LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) Whatever happens, you will walk away with a new perspective. Dealing with an associate could be touchy, as this person is not as flexible as you are. Give him or her time to warm up. You might be eyeing a change involving your home life. Tonight: Be imaginative. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) Your dreams are a resource for giving life cues. Consider starting a dream notebook, or put a recording device right beside your bed. Let your imagination speak to you. A partner takes the lead, which leaves you with some time to think. Tonight: Go with someone else’s suggestion. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 22)

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You often feel contradictory when dealing with a partner. Stay calm. You might want to change how you approach this person. Work on keeping yourself level-headed, too. Check out your finances. You might be able to make a positive change. Tonight: Your treat. SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. 21) Stay open to new possibilities. Realize that you might not be seeing the big picture right now. Discuss an important matter that is close to your heart with a friend. Avoid buying any mechanical devices for communication. Tonight: Make some fun plans for the weekend. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21) A risk could be ill-advised, especially if it involves your finances and/or security. Take your creativity in a different direction. A loved one adores being with you, but he or she senses that you are not being as open as usual. Keep conversations moving. Tonight: Midweek fun! CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) Sometimes others react strangely to you. Perhaps this is

the result of your personal transformation. Not all people are prepared for the new you. Give others the space they need, and they will make an adjustment in order to relate to you. Tonight: Hang out with a favorite person. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18) You notice a change with a boss. Nothing you can do will root out what is going on before someone is ready to spill the beans. Try not to worry so much -- someone just might be in a bad mood. Tonight: Get together with friends for a little gossip and some munchies. PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20) You could be making a big deal out of nothing. Don’t be so uptight about your finances or about someone asking for help. You know the word “no,” so use it if need be. Distance yourself from a difficult situation. Tonight: Buy a favorite dessert, and stay close to home. BORN TODAY Singer Neil Sedeka (1939), drummer Roy Haynes (1925), co-founder of Facebook Eduardo Saverin (1982)

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