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Fruitvale runner Heather Johnson is severely shaken but okay after what was intended to be one of the biggest events of her life was shattered Monday when a series of bombs exploded at the Boston Marathon. “Yes. We’re OK,” replied Johnson in her email to the Trail Times. “We were out of the area when it went down. Feeling pretty sick, both from the race and the horrible events.” See BLASTS, Page 12

Local real estate remains a buyer’s market BY ART HARRISON Times Staff


Sawyers, Matt Lordly (left) and Pierre Boiteau were working hard to win the log sawing competition on Sunday during the Association des Francophones des Kootenays Ouest’s Sugar Shack festivities at the Salmo Ski Hill. See Page 2 for more photos.


Village gets tax grant to continue wastewater upgrades BY SHERI REGNIER Times Staff

The Village of Fruitvale can continue its significant upgrades to the community’s Wastewater Treatment Plant thanks to an infusion of almost $500,000 provided through Canada’s Strategic Priorities Gas Tax Fund grant. “This will bring us up to standards for the next considerable while,” said Lila Cresswell, chief administrative officer.

Cresswell said that the Phase 2 plans are in the design stage, and before any work proceeds, an environmental impact study will have to be completed. “If our population continues to grow significantly, then we will have to meet new standards, which are always being issued by the federal and provincial authorities,” she explained. Cresswell said that once the study is complete and an end design is

chosen to best meet the needs of the village, the project will be tendered out in stages. “The engineering and design of the system we choose is highly specialized work,” she said. “Depending on what the end design looks like and how it will be phased in, the work will be contracted out in pieces.” Phase 2 of the upgrades are meant to supplement the recent sewage treatment lagoon upgrade by

improving river outfall and optimizing the treatment system. The project includes: supply and installation of an outfall diffuser; upgrades to the aeration system; construction of a lagoon bypass line with flow measurement; and associated electrical, civil and mechanical work. Early last year, the village received $610,000 from the Gas Tax Fund to complete Phase 1 of the two-phase upgrade. See GAS, Page 3

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A recent projection of real estate prices in the province predicts that housing prices in the West Kootenay will be on the rise over the next few years. But two local realtors say it still remains a buyer's market in the Greater Trail region. Central 1 Credit Union, an association of credit unions which includes the Nelson and District Credit Union, released its forecast detailing real estate trends in various parts of the province. See MORE, Page 3


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The Association des Francophones des Kootenays Ouest hosted its Sugar Shack festivities on Sunday at the Salmo Ski Hill. The annual spring ritual celebrates the maple syrup harvest throughout eastern Canada and Quebec. On Sunday, 16 litres of maple syrup were boiled and poured over snow, which allows everyone to use a stick and roll up the taffy like a popsicle. Even the boys can try double dutch skipping (below) but that doesn’t mean they get good grades from the girls. Volunteer chef, Patricia Deheul, (left) working on the eggs and beans for the lunch


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Gas tax fund supports municipal infrastructure FROM PAGE 1 Phase 1 is currently underway and includes the design, supply and installation of ultra violet irradiation for effluent disinfection with a chlorination back-up system. For years, the treatment plant had operated as a rapid infiltration (lagoon) system, which is classed as a secondary treatment level. However, the treatment plant discharges water from that lagoon into Beaver Creek, and in 2011, the Ministry of Environment issued a new and more stringent operating permit for disinfected effluent released into the creek. Cresswell said that since that time, the village has been responsible for a significant amount of testing both up and down stream; to ensure that the effluent is nontoxic. “Incidentally our outflow is very high quality,” she said. “But what we are noticing is that we have a lot of infiltration and

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inflow, especially during high rain events,” she explained. “That extra water in turn results in a high level of water coming out (effluent) and we need to reduce that amount. “That is the concern at the moment.” The Gas Tax Fund is intended to support municipal infrastructure projects that contribute to cleaner air and water, and reduce greenhouse gas emissions. More specifically, the Fund supports capital projects such as local roads, public transit, energy systems, and solid waste management. The upgrades to Fruitvale’s Wastewater Treatment Plant are to improve water quality for residents who use Beaver Creek for recreation, tourism and agriculture. In turn, the upgrades are meant to improve energy efficiency and reduce the impact on the environment.

More demand for new homes FROM PAGE 1 All Pro Realty’s, Tom Gawryletz, said that, for their office, last spring was slightly busier than the beginning of 2013 but the market seems to be levelling out after falling in 2008. “The last two or three weeks there have been a few more tirekickers out, people who are out looking at houses,” said Gawryletz. “But there’s not many buyers yet.” Gawryletz said that although the outlying areas have been a bit slower in recent years, the Trail market has been relatively busy. “There’s been a lot of younger families moving back to the area,” said Gawryletz. “They seem to be people who grew up in the area and now they’re possibly finding work at Teck. “We’ve seen a few doctors relocating to the area which helps the higher range market but for the most part the number of listings seems to be the same and prices about the same. It’s taking a bit longer to sell a home. It’s definitely a buyer’s market.” Richard Daoust, of Century 21 Kootenay Homes, says he is cautiously optimistic about the local market in the coming year. “We’ve seen what appears to be a step up in activity in the last four to six weeks.” said Daoust. “In March we saw increases of about 15 per cent in sales.” Daoust also said they have seen

new people coming into the area for work and some, who had been renting, are seeing enough stability in their jobs to be starting to buy homes locally. Daoust said he sees the number of homes for sale in the Greater Trail area to be somewhat lower than it has been. “Some of the homes are coming off the market, people weren’t getting what they wanted and decided to wait,” said Daoust. “Some sellers were bringing their houses closer to market value and they were selling better.” He added that there has been more demand for new houses than they have seen in awhile. “There are some new houses being built at Redstone and some of the other developments like that,” said Daoust. “I’d say that if there were more new houses being built in Trail we’d probably see those go. “Prices have been relatively stable in this area for awhile but I can see them possibly rising this year.” Last November, Coldwell Banker released its annual survey of 74 real estate markets across Canada comparing the sale price of similar fourbedroom, two-bathroom homes in each area. Trail placed seventh among most affordable in Canada, with an average four-bedroom, twobathroom home listing for just over $232,000.

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Strong winds blew through Trail over Friday night and into Saturday morning leaving some downed trees and branches in Gyro Park. Environment Canada registered winds up to 50 km/h during that periot. The city had no other reports of damage.

B.C. Election

Liberals name Kootenay West candidate The Castlegar News Jim Postnikoff will be the BC Liberal Party candidate in Kootenay West for the upcoming provincial election on May 14. Postnikoff is a small business owner and worked as a millwright in the mining and forestry industries for 25 years. “Today’s BC Liberals have balanced B.C.’s budget and they have a plan to grow our province’s economy — that’s why I’m running for them,” said Postnikoff in a press release. “It took this province years to recover from the damage caused by the NDP, we cannot head back down that risky path.” Postnikoff says that voters have a clear choice in the next election between Premier Christy Clark and NDP leader Adrian Dix. “The Premier has proven

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that she is a resilient leader capable of dealing with criticism without losing sight of the big picture — growing B.C.’s economy,” added Postnikoff. “On the other hand, Adrian Dix has spent many months keeping his plan hidden from British Columbians, and now he has refused to debate the Premier one-on-one. Voters deserve better than that.” A biography, supplied with the release, stated Postnikoff was born and raised in the Kootenays. He grew up in Shoreacres, a small rural community where he still resides, and attended high school in Castlegar. Postnikoff attended Selkirk College enrolling in the apprentice program and worked in the mining/smelting and forestry industries for 25 years, before purchasing a hobby farm in Shoreacres. Postnikoff has

three grown children, Jamie, Jake and Jesse. He also started his own businesses including a gravel pit, a trucking company, a water bottling company and, most recently, a mini storage business. He held positions as Parent Advisory Council President, Castlegar Minor Hockey President and sat on the Board of West Kootenay Minor Hockey Association. He is a past and active member of several local service organizations and has held senior positions within those organizations.

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ing a five-year freeze on personal income tax, a $250-per-child back-to-school tax credit for parents and tax credit for teachers who coach. But the centrepiece of the platform is debt reduction, and to that end a Liberal government will dedicate half of future surpluses to debt reduction and beef up balanced budget legislation.

Nursing groups join forces THE CANADIAN PRESS VICTORIA - The two major nursing groups in B.C. are now under a single union umbrella. Health Minister Margaret MacDiarmid says the Liberal government has enacted legislation to allow licensed practical nurses to join registered nurses with in the B.C. Nurses Union. A majority of licensed practical nurses voted last year to leave other unions to join the B.C. Nurses Union. MacDiarmid says the change means all nurses can work collectively to provide better integration in the health system. She says while the legislation takes effect immediately, there will be an adjustment period over the next year so amendments can be made to the contracts covering LPNs to bring them more in line with the B.C. Nurses Union contract. The recruitment process by the nurses union came at a cost for the organization because it’s been banned from the B.C. Federation of Labour and Canadian Labour Congress after working for years to woo LPNs from other health care unions. Please remember to recycle your past issues of the Trail Times.


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Tory attack ads already launched at Trudeau THE CANADIAN PRESS OTTAWA - Justin Trudeau’s decision in 2011 to stage a mock strip-tease in the name of charity proves he’s not fit to be prime minister, the Conservatives suggested Monday in their first volley of attack ads against the newly elected Liberal leader. How Trudeau chooses to respond to the not-unexpected attacks - if at all - will be what provides an indication of his political acumen, marketing and political science experts suggest. Trudeau has already suggested that he doesn’t intend to dignify the Conservative offensive with a response, but that’s a strategy that could backfire, said marketing expert Allan Bonner. After all, Canadians don’t expect their leaders to shy away from a fight. “If you have no response to an attack, what are you going to be doing for Canadians?” he asked. “Being a punching bag?” The Conservatives set up the framework for their campaign against Trudeau three weeks before he was voted in as the party’s new leader, establishing a website that’s home to a suite of ads, links and pleas for money. The ads began appearing on television with hours of the Sunday night announcement that Trudeau had won the leadership; by mid-day Monday, thousands more people had seen them online. They show footage taken from a 2011 bachelor-auction fundraiser in which Trudeau is seen dancing on a stage and suggestively removing his shirt, while playful music tinkles in the background. One ad contrasts his record with that of Prime Minister Stephen Harper, while a second recounts his alleged perspective on Quebec. Trudeau said Monday he found the ads awkward and a source of bemusement. “I’ve had a microphone in front of my face since the age I was about four or five years old,” he said. “So there’s an awful lot of things that they’re going to try and bring up and put out.”

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OBITUARIES MILES, ERNEST “ERNIE” FRANK — born in Victoria, BC, November 02, 1953, passed away peacefully surrounded by close friends and family on April 12, 2013 at the Victoria Hospice. Survived by wife Debra Miles of 34 years, daughter Lindsay Miles, sons Dustin (Corina), Jeffrey (Lai), Grandson, West Miles, mother May and three sisters, numerous nieces and nephews, cousins and their families. Predeceased by daughter Cora Lee, father John, and in-laws Norm and Deloris Van Tassel. Ernie had strong spirit and a passion for his family. He spent his childhood hunting, and deep sea fishing. He had wonderful memories of his involvement in the Royal Canadian Sea Cadets, and Junior Achievement. He was a gifted singer and had a passion for music, theatre and opera. He was an elected Alderman in Trail, B.C and the youngest director of the AKBM. Ernie had fond memories owning and working alongside his wife Debbie in their store, Ye Flower Shop. His biggest achievements were his children, whom he held close to his heart. Special thanks to Hospice, Dr.Kevin Horgan, Dr. E.J. Mathes and the Renal Unit Nurses and Volunteers at the RJH. “Celebration of Life” will take place on Wednesday, April 17 at 12 o’clock noon at St. Matthias Church, followed by a gathering in the Hall. Cards and condolences can be sent to St. Matthias Church, 600 Richmond Ave, Victoria, B.C, V8S 3Y7 . Donations in Ernie’s name can be made online via A5

PEOPLE Cyclist heads north for a cause BY SAM VAN SCHIE Nelson Star

Nelson’s Dave Wilson is no stranger to long hours on his bike. Last year he cycled 9,000 km from St. John’s, Nfld. to Tofino. This Saturday he embarks on a 6,000 km ride north to Dawson City. He’s going on the solo journey to raise money for the Arthritis and Autoimmunity Research Centre, a Toronto-based foundation looking for new treatments for arthritis. He also wants to raise awareness about an arthritic disease he has, called Ankylosing Spondylitis, which is slowly causing the joints in his spine to fuse together. “For years, I went to doctors with back pain and they misdiagnosed it and gave me medication that didn’t help. There needs to be a greater awareness in the medical community about this condition,” says Wilson. He finished his seasonal work at the mountain earlier this week, which freed him up for some time on the road. He plans to start his trip by cycling out to the coast, then start working his way up to the Yukon. He wants to be in Dawson City by June 21, for the summer solstice. “I’m expecting a really challenging ride. It’s going to be a lot tougher than going across Canada,” Wilson says. “The distance between towns is further. I’m going to be going four and five days without seeing civilization.” He travels on the cheap, cooking all his own food on the road and camping in a tent each night. He carries all his own gear on his bike and doesn’t travel with a support crew. “It’s just something I’m doing on my own. It’s therapeutic, in a way,” said Wilson who will be posting updatez from the road on his website


Singer’s Anne Frank comment causes stir

THE CANADIAN PRESS A M S T E R D A M , Netherlands - Justin Bieber is raising eyebrows again with his life off the stage, the latest hiccup to hit his tumultuous worldwide tour. The Canadian pop star is taking a beating online for a note that the Anne Frank House in Amsterdam says he left in its guestbook after touring the museum on Friday with his entourage. On its Facebook page, the museum says Bieber wrote he hoped Frank “would have been a Belieber,” the nickname embraced by his fans. Many are expressing outrage on Facebook, accusing the 19-year-old crooner of being disrespectful and ignorant. Some Twitter users are taking a more lighthearted tone, listing other historical figures that could


have been fans under the hashtag #wouldhavebeenbeliebers. Frank was a Jewish teenager who kept a diary while hiding from Nazi occupiers during the Second World War. She died in a concentration camp. Her diary has become the most widely read document to emerge from the Holocaust. The Anne Frank House says Bieber visited the museum for more than an hour before penning the note. “Truly inspiring to be able to come here. Anne was a great girl. Hopefully she would have been a belieber,” the museum says he wrote. “That little idiot is way too full of himself. She’s an important historical figure so show some respect,” one commenter wrote.

“What a immature and disgusting thing to write in her book!” read another message. Others came to Bieber’s defence, saying he should be commended for trying to learn about Frank and likely meant to say he would be honoured to count her among his fans. The singer has made waves in recent weeks, stirring drama both on and off the stage with bizarre fashion choices, diva-like behaviour, and concert disruptions. In one instance last month, the teen heartthrob was forced to leave a monkey in quarantine after German authorities said he didn’t have the proper paperwork to take the animal into the country. His tour has him booked with shows through August.


Bruna Benedet, 96, was honoured in December for her 75-year membership in the Italo Canadese Soceity. She joined the society when in 1937 when she was 21 years old. She remembers when serving the tradtional chicken and pasta dinner meant going out to the farms and killing and cleaning the chickens. She is pictured with (from the left); Maria Burkholder, Ruth Guercio, Rna Visintin and Janet Horney.

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Don’t count out the B.C. Conservatives


s the B.C. NDP launched its election campaign last week with a package of income tax hikes, higher than those in the B.C. Liberals’ election budget of February, a third party leader confirmed his own plan to increase personal and business income tax rates. It’s not readily apparent from his recently released “fiscal framework” document, but B.C. Conservative leader John Cummins told me his plan to phase out B.C.’s carbon tax does indeed include raising income tax rates that were lowered to make the carbon tax “revenue neutral.” I reached Cummins in Prince George, where he was continuing his aggressive courtship of northern B.C. with an announcement that federal gas tax revenues would be redirected to a new fund for locally determined road improvements. Earlier he vowed to study the deplorable state

of northern ambulance service. Cummins has more good news for the north: that’s where a regionally phased elimination of the carbon tax would begin. It’s also the area of thinnest population, meaning the impact on the B.C. treasury would be less. This is, after all, a tax budgeted to bring in $1.2 billion in the current year. The B.C. Conservatives continually remind people that the carbon tax falls disproportionately on rural, remote and particularly northern folks who face long distances, long winters, and public transit options ranging from slim to none. This has ceased to be much of an issue for the urban B.C. majority, who are focused on bridge tolls, ferry fares and the like. The B.C. Conservatives decry the population decline of rural B.C., with international immigration almost exclusively going



to big cities, while temporary foreign workers increasingly fill agricultural and industrial jobs in the Interior. The party’s still-evolving platform echoes the NDP’s call for more skills training and increased completion rates for trade apprentices. Cummins is in favour of the proposed Northern Gateway oil pipeline and the massive buildup of infrastructure needed to add liquefied natural gas to B.C.’s energy export mix. He sees that enor-

mous industrial expansion as the path to shift population growth beyond the south of the province. Cummins is surprisingly cool to one industrial project, the proposed Site C dam on the Peace River, calling himself undecided. He also sounds skeptical about the B.C. Liberal plan to extend B.C.’s electricity grid and use that to develop further independent power. This sounds to me like political positioning rather than economic analysis. An anti-Site C independent candidate has significant support in Peace River North, creating a three-way struggle for a key B.C. Conservative target. The B.C. Conservative platform also totals up the billions in long-term electricity contracts with private power producers and suggests the price for this clean energy has been set too high. This is another echo of the NDP’s vague position. So if the B.C.

Conservatives are gungho on oil and gas and think the carbon tax is a mistake, do they think there should be any effort to mitigate greenhouse gas emissions? Cummins sidestepped that question, preferring to talk about conventional air pollution, whether it’s in the Fraser Valley or as a byproduct of a northern industrial boom. As a long-time former Reform and Conservative MP, Cummins is acutely aware that the urban media will leap with extra vigour on any perceived gaffe of the right wing. Should a Conservative let slip that he’s skeptical about global warming, or worse, express a rustic view on social issues, all Hell would break loose. The B.C. Conservatives have started with the most detailed, costed platform of any party. Don’t count them out. Tom Fletcher is legislative reporter and columnist for Black Press and

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THE ASSOCIATED PRESS NASHVILLE - Faith Hill is out of the football game. The country star announced Monday morning on Twitter that she won’t be doing the “Sunday Night Football” theme song this year. She’s been featured at the top of the broadcast for six years now. Hill says in her tweet it’s been an honour to appear on the NBC show, but that it’s time to “let someone else rock the open.” “Sunday Night Football” executive producer Fred Gaudelli made no mention of what the show plans to do with the opening.

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Letters & Opinion Letters to the editor

Some choices should be illegal In a recent opinion piece, (“Quotes can be a key to shape thinking,” Trail Times April 12) Lorne Eckersley said quotes shape thinking. He’s never forgotten a photo depicting, in his words, a stereotypical Jewish man with the caption “Can’t eat pork. Don’t try to make it illegal for everyone.” Eckersley says this quote should be remembered at any public debate, in particular he discussed the subject of abortion saying it should also be a personal choice. He then listed four famous, noble, oft memorized quotes and seemed to equate them with his favourite: “Can’t eat pork. Don’t try to make it illegal for everyone.” However, his quote sounds hollow if completed more seriously: “Can’t stop abusing his wife. Don’t try to make it illegal for everyone.” Or “Can’t live without a personal sex slave. Don’t try to make it illegal for everyone.” Or “Can’t go a day without beating her children. Don’t try to make it illegal for everyone.” Unlike a question of which meat to eat; some choices should be illegal for everyone.” Carol Albo Rossland

Liberals put trust in Trudeau

An editorial from the Halifax Chronicle Herald For someone who had long been widely expected to win the leadership of the federal Liberal Party, Justin Trudeau managed to keep generating buzz right into Sunday’s confirmation of a landslide victory. Taking the stage afterwards, Trudeau then hit what’s sure to be a constant theme: Canadians are tired of Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s negativity, while Trudeau believes in the power of “positive politics.” Trudeau’s smashing win certainly reflects, in part, what pundit Jeffrey Simpson termed the Papineau MP’s image as “repository of hope” for voters’ wishes about a new, successful leader. More lastingly, Simpson wrote before voting results were released, Trudeau combined name and personality with hard work and solid organization. Recent polls suggest Trudeau will begin this 30-month trek toward an expected 2015 election on close to equal footing with Harper’s majority Conservative government. Observers say the party leader most at risk of losing ground to the new Liberal leader is likely NDP Leader Thomas Mulcair. With both Trudeau and Mulcair based in Quebec, the province where the NDP’s Orange wave crested during the last election, a critical battle looms between them for the hearts of Quebec voters. Equally crucial for Trudeau, however, will be how his declared strategy to respond forcefully to Conservative attacks but eschew the personal and remain positive fares in the actual political arena. Trudeau is betting that his approach will resonate with Canadians. The danger, depending on the content of Conservatives’ attacks, is that the new Liberal leader may be left looking ineffectual. Underestimating Trudeau has never proved wise, however.

Nova Scotia teen ‘disappointed to death’ An editorial from the Toronto Star Rehtaeh Parsons wasn’t bullied to death, her dad says. Glen Canning says the Nova Scotia teen was “disappointed to death” by people she felt let her down, including police, her school and friends. She felt an entire community had turned its back on her, and she sought suicide to end the pain. Prime Minister Stephen Harper spoke for many when he said that as a parent he was “sickened seeing a story like this.” There’s a point at which “bullying” doesn’t begin to describe the violence that is being inflicted on some vulnerable young people in our midst, he said. “It is youth criminal activity. It is violent criminal activity. It is sexual criminal activity. And it is often Internet criminal activity.” And sadly, it can be lethal. After an 18-month battle with suicidal thoughts, Rehtaeh hanged herself on April 4 and died three days later. Her mother Leah Parsons says the teen’s ordeal began in 2011 when she was 15 and was sexually assaulted by four youths at a house party. The family says one of the teens took a cellphone photo of her being assaulted, and it was passed around the town of Cole Harbour and her school through email and social media. Students called her a “slut” when she walked through the school. Friends turned against her. Youths tormented and propositioned her online. When police said no charges would be laid after a lengthy investigation, despite the cellphone evidence, Rehtaeh drifted into depression. On her Facebook page she lamented “the

silence of our friends.” Shamed by the furor over her death, Nova Scotia Premier Darrell Dexter has ordered a sweeping if belated review of provincial support services for people who face sexual violence, involving the ministries of justice, education, community services and health. The government has faced criticism for not doing enough to prevent bullying and identifying at-risk students. This tragedy may prompt more action. Meanwhile, Justice Minister Ross Landry, after initially ruling out a review of how the Royal Canadian Mounted Police and Crown prosecutors handled the case, was suddenly moved to consider his options. The teen’s family says “the justice system failed us completely,” claiming it took 10 months for investigators to interview the alleged assailants. If so, that is a troubling aspect of this case. And in a sudden turn on Friday, the RCMP, saying it has “new and credible information” from a person willing to be identified and work with detectives, reopened the case. Certainly, if any part of Nova Scotia’s justice, school or social system let the teen down, it should be identified and fixed. But as the Amanda Todd case last year reminded us, bullying is a wider national concern. The 15-year-old British Columbia teen committed suicide after appearing on a YouTube video spelling out on cue cards her anguished tale of being cyber-bullied for years. Like Rehtaeh, she felt isolated and hopeless. In both cases, the shadowy hacktivist group Anonymous got involved, threaten-

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ing to expose alleged tormenters. In Todd’s case, police said they fingered a wrong person. In Parsons’ case, they have held off naming anyone, for now. Still, this haphazard cyber vigilantism isn’t the answer. Consistent, solid police work is what is needed. And as Harper rightly noted, society must recognize that bullying

is more than just “kids misbehaving.” Parents, relatives, teachers, sports coaches, police, judges, the media and clergy - voices of authority - need to send the message in words and actions that bullying, including cyber-bullying, is a repugnant, socially unacceptable activity along with racism, sexism, homophobia and

other hurtful attitudes. They should encourage kids who are bullied or who witness bullying to speak out. And they should urge young people to remember what many learn as toddlers: hands are for helping, not hurting. More hands could have reached out to Rehtaeh and Amanda to help heal their hurt.

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Council considering smoking bylaw By Timothy Schafer Rossland News

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Emma Moran (left) representing the Nelson & District Credit Union donating $200 to Deanie Worsfold (right) representing the MS Society. The funds are used to help the society provide support through programs and education.

Smokers may become an endangered species on the downtown streets and public spaces of Rossland if the City approves adoption of a bylaw to prohibit the activity in its downtown core. A notice of motion has been put forth by councillor Kathy Moore on a bylaw to butt out tobacco use in the downtown streets of Rossland. Moore wanted Rossland to join the growing list of 30 communities in B.C.—including Vancouver, Victoria and

50 others across Canada—that had banned smoking in public places and downtown streets. “People say we don’t have a problem here in Rossland because hardly anyone smokes, which is true, which is even more reason to pass a bylaw for it because then we can join those communities that are leaders,” she said. With Rossland having a pedestrian friendly downtown core and “diverse all-season outdoor recreation opportunities,” the bylaw seemed like a fit, said Trish Hill of the Canadian Cancer Society, during her

presentation to council on the prospect of a bylaw. She said over half of survey respondents in the city favoured a no smoking outdoors bylaw. And support for the bylaw—in communities that instituted one—actually increased after such a bylaw was passed, she added. A no smoking bylaw doesn’t negatively impact the use of City facilities or people coming into the downtown, Hill explained. Instead, it is consistent with Rossland’s identity as a healthy and environmentallyconscious community.

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might have even helped them a bit. They were playing with no pressure, they came in hot too . . . so I think it worked out.” Yale then won its first NCAA championship by shutting out the number-one ranked Bobcats, led by Montrose natives Connor and Kellen Jones and Trail’s Travis St. Denis. “Connor messaged me on Facebook and I said, ‘I feel guilty wishing you good luck, but all the same good luck,’” said Limbert. It was the first national championship for Yale in its 117 year history, and the first time two ECAC teams vied for the crown. “It was really cool to see the two ECAC teams . . . they don’t get nearly as much respect, so it was good to see.” The Bobcats couldn’t solve Bulldog netminder Jeff Malcolm, as the Lethbridge product stopped all 36 shots for the shutout and was named tournament top goaltender. Yale’s Clint Bourbonais netted the winner when he redirected a shot between goalie Eric Hartzell’s legs with four seconds left in the second period, and freshman Charles Orzetti scored his first goal in four months 3:35 into the third to make it 2-0. Andrew Miller, the tournament’s Most Outstanding Player, then broke loose and flipped a backhand by Hartzell for his 18th goal of the season. Pittsburgh native Jesse Root added an empty netter to set the coronation in motion. “It was pretty cool,” said Limbert. “I was actually somewhat surprised at how much of a connection I felt to that. I felt a lot of admiration and pride, as an alumni; a lot more than I expected, to tell you the truth.”

Despite the presence of three Greater Trail players on the Quinnipiac Bobcats’ roster, at least one local Ivy Leaguer was pulling for the Yale Bulldogs as they shutout the Bobcats 4-0 to win the NCAA championship game Saturday. Fruitvale native and Beaver Valley Nitehawk assistant coach Kevin Limbert is a recent Yale graduate who enjoyed a very successful four-year university career with the Bulldogs, and was suitably impressed with the result. “That was something spectacular, it was really cool to see that,” said Limbert. “It would have been cool if it happened a year or two earlier, but what can you do.” The former Trail Smoke Eater graduated from Yale in May, receiving NCAA All-Academic team honJim Hockley photo The Castlegar Rebels’ Darren Medeiros crashes the net in the Cyclone Taylor Cup bronze-medal ours four years in a row. During game against the Comox Glacier Kings. The Rebels beat the Kings 5-4 with Trail native Jamie Vlanich Limbert’s playing time, the Bulldogs led the ECAC on two occasions, awarded player of the game. and made three appearances in the tournament, but could not breach the Frozen Four. This year, Yale entered the tourof the game for the Rebels netting two goals and nament an unheralded 15th seed. Castlegar claims bronze an assist in the dramatic win. “It was a little bit surprising, By Jim Bailey Travis Wellman netted what proved to be the they had a bit of a speed bump in Times Sports Editor winner on the power play converting a pass from January, but I mean the program The Castlegar Rebels took home the bronze Stuart Walton to make the score 5-3 late in the has been heading in that direction medal from the Cyclone Taylor Cup with an second period. in the last five or six years, and I exciting 5-4 comeback win over the Comox The Glacier Kings grabbed a quick three-goal think I was a little more surprised Glacier Kings Sunday in Comox, but it was the lead seven minutes into the first on goals from to not see this happen sooner,” said Richmond Sockeyes that stole the show, and Sheldon Brett, Tyson Rennie, and Nick Tupper. Limbert. hoisted their fifth Cup after a 4-1 victory over Cue the comeback. Vlanich notched his first Despite the unfavourable seed, the Victoria Cougars. of the night at 7:21 of the opening frame, finishthe Bulldogs proved there was still Jake Roder scored the winner at 10:47 as the ing a nice pass from captain Eric Alden. Disher some bite to their bark as they Sockeyes erupted for four goals in the second would draw Castlegar to within one with just ousted the top seeds, North Dakota period to erase a 1-0 Victoria first-period lead. over four minutes remaining in the first. and Minnesota, on their way to a Richmond cruised through the round robin Vlanich would tie it at 5:01 of the second 3-2 semifinal overtime win against with a 3-0 record, including a close 3-2 victory period on a great individual effort, and would University of Massachusettesthat doused Castlegar’s hopes Saturday. then set up Eric Alden to give the Rebels the 4-3 Lowell. It’s the second year in a row the Victoria outright lead on another power play. Penalties “To barely squeak in like that Cougars have succumbed to a Pacific Junior hurt the host Glacier Kings as they were shortOilers Hockey League team in the final, losing to the handed six times in the second period alone, and Abbotsford Pilots in last year’s Cyclone Cup the Rebels fired 17 of its 47 shots at the Comox final. goal, while the Glacier Kings could muster only Mathew Ho started the scoring for the four in the period and 21 overall. THE CANADIAN PRESS club’s fourth general season, the face of the Cougars 3:18 in the first, but goals from Jeremy The Kings narrowed the lead to one midway EDMONTON - Steve manager July 31, 2008. matter is we are not Hamaguchi, Roder, Liam Lawson and Rudie through the third, but Connor Beauchamp shut Tambellini is out as Tambellini, 54, suc- where we want to be Thorstenstein put the Cougars away early, assur- the door for the Rebels ensuring the bronze general manager of the ceeded Lowe as Oilers’ right now, nor where ing a Richmond berth in the Keystone Cup. medal. Edmonton Oilers. GM following Lowe’s we should be,” Lowe The Rebels began the tournament with a The PJHL champions, Sockeyes, won their Kevin Lowe, the promotion to his said Monday at a press 3-1 win over Comox on Thursday night, then fifth Cyclone Taylor Cup to go with past titles Oilers president of present post. conference. dropped a 1-0 thriller against Victoria on Friday. from 2009, 2004, 2003 and 1992, and will play hockey operations, Edmonton makes “And because Coincidentally, it was a former Trail Smoke in the Keystone Cup Apr. 17-21 in St. Malo, Man. announced Monday the move while on the careers are short and Eater that won the game for the Cougars. Richmond also won the Keystone in 2009. that the NHL club had verge of missing the opportunities for Brandon Egli, who played the full 2010-11 camThe B.C. representative Sockeyes will play in fired Tambellini from NHL playoffs for a sev- achievement don’t paign and the beginning of this season in Trail, the round-robin tournament against the host his post. enth consecutive sea- come along very often, netted the lone goal of the game beating Rebel’s St. Malo Warriors, Saskatchewan representaTambellini, a native son. we feel strongly that it goalie Jordan Gluck at 5:47 of the second period. tive the Saskatoon Royals, Manitoba rep Peguis of Trail, was in his fifth “Despite showing is important that we “Really, both games came down to not finish- Juniors, Thunder Bay Northern Hawks from season with Edmonton areas of improvement make some changes.” ing goal-scoring chances,” Rebels coach Steve Ontario, and the Okotoks Bisons out of Alberta. and was named the over the course of the See MacTavish, Page 12 Junker told the Castlegar News’ Marvin Beatty after the Victoria loss. “In game one, we didn’t play our best hockey and gave up a number of opportunities that the Glacier Kings weren’t able to capitalize on. 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4-1 victory over Japan Monday. Iannone, a former WHL Kootenay Ice captain who plays for Pestertal of the Italian league, was named player of the game against Japan, scoring twice to lift the national team to its second straight win. After contributing two assists in the 4-0 victory over Korea, Iannone scored the final two goals of the match to clinch the victory over Japan. Johnson, a former Ice defenceman and Trail Smoke Eater, has also contributed offensively tallying an assist in the first match, and adding another against Japan when he fed David Borrelli who made no mistake giving the Azzuri a 1-0

lead early in the first. Armin Hofer made it 2-0 midway through the second, before Iannone sniped his first of the night to go up 3-0 with just over five minutes left in the period. Iannone would score his second of the tournament giving Team Italy an insurmountable 4-0 lead. The 31-year-old leads the tournament in scoring with four points in two games. Italy plays Great Britain in its next Div. 1 group A round robin game on Wednesday. The Italians join Japan, Korea, Great Britain, Kazikstan, and Hungary looking to be one of two teams to qualify for the 2014 IIHF World Championships.

FROM PAGE 11 The Oilers currently stand 12th in the Western Conference standings with a 16-18-7 record, eight points behind eighthplace Detroit. The club’s new GM will be Craig MacTavish, who coached the Oilers in 2006. That year, Edmonton reached the Stanley Cup final before losing in seven games to the Carolina Hurricanes.

Also returned to the Oilers is former assistant GM Scott Howson, who was recently fired as GM of the Columbus Blue Jackets. Howson becomes the Oilers’ senior vice-president of hockey operations. Tambellini has been in charge of rebuilding the Oilers around such young stars as Taylor Hall, Ryan NugentHopkins and Jordan Eberle and the club was expected to contend for a playoff spot this season.

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FROM PAGE 1 Two bombs exploded simultaneously near the finish line of the Boston Marathon around 3 p.m. killing at least two people and injuring over 100. The explosions occurred about an hour and 45 minutes after Johnson completed the race. The 31-year-old made the trip to Boston with husband Chris Kent to run in the prestigious event after qualifying in Kelowna in October, 2011. She started the race about 10 a.m. and finished the marathon at 1:15 p.m. in a time of 3:11:05. About 250 runners from B.C. competed in the marathon,



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The twin blasts at the race took place almost simultaneously and about 100 yards apart, tearing limbs off numerous people, knocking spectators and at least one runner off their feet, shattering windows and sending smoke rising over the street. As people wailed in agony, bloody spectators were carried to a medical tent that had been set up to care for fatigued runners. Cellphone service was shut down in the Boston area to prevent any possible remote detonations of explosives, a law enforcement official said. The official was speaking on condition of anonymity because the investigation was ongoing.

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and many were first hand witnesses to the resulting carnage. According to the Canadian Press, a third blast rocked the John F. Kennedy Library several miles away and more than an hour later, but no injuries were reported, police said. A senior U.S. intelligence official said two other explosive devices were found near the marathon finish line. There was no immediate word on the motive or who may have launched the attack and authorities in Washington said there was no immediate claim of responsibility. Some 27,000 runners took part in the 26.2-mile race, one of the world’s premier marathons.

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The Surrey Eagles are just two games away from capturing the fourth Fred Page Cup in franchise history, and they have a red-hot power-play and an even hotter goaltender to thank. Surrey has a 2-0 lead over the Penticton Vees after winning Games 1 and 2 on home ice on the weekend. On Friday, the Eagles rolled to a 5-2 win and on Saturday, goaltender Michael Santaguida stopped a season-high 50 shots to lead the Birds to a 2-0 shutout win. “He probably stole us that game, when you look back see how many shots he faced,” Surrey Eagles coach Matt Erhart said of the 20-year-old Ontario native, who has four shutouts in the playoffs. “He made one big (save) in the first period, and in the third, there were some rebound opportunities (for Penticton)… he made some game-savers late in the game.” Game 3 of the BC Hockey League final went Monday in Penticton but scores were unavailable at press time. Game 4 is scheduled for tonight, also in Penticton at 7 p.m. The league winner moves on to the Western Canada Cup in Nanaimo.

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THE ASSOCIATED PRESS LOS ANGELES - Baseball has scored a rare hit in Hollywood, while another American institution - Tom Cruise - has delivered his latest hit overseas. The Jackie Robinson tale “42” took in $27.3 million to claim the weekend box-office championship domestically, according to studio estimates Sunday. The film has yet to open overseas, where the sport is a harder sell. But Cruise knocked it out of the park with a $61.1 million international launch in 52 countries for his sci-fi thriller “Oblivion.” That bodes well for the domestic debut of “Oblivion” next Friday. The film stars Cruise as a workman on a devastated future Earth who lands in a battle with aliens. If “Oblivion” packs in comparable domestic crowds, it will help maintain the actionstar momentum Cruise regained with 2011’s “Mission: Impossible - Ghost Protocol.” The $27.3 million opening for “42” is a record for a baseball flick in terms of straight dollars, topping the $19.5 million debut of “Moneyball” in 2011. Factoring in higher ticket prices, the $13.7 million debut of 1992’s “A League of Their Own” would have been on par with “42” in terms of inflation-adjusted dollars. The film stars Chadwick Boseman as Robinson and Harrison Ford as Brooklyn Dodgers boss Branch Rickey.



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Families cannot be forced to act civilized Mailbox

Marcy Sugar & Kathy Mitchell

Dear Too Old: You cannot force your parents and siblings to behave in a civilized manner. The pattern in your family seems fairly well set, and no one else has much interest in changing it. You are smart to realize that your choice is to stay or leave. Calmly explain to your family why you are walking out (or not attending), and make no apologies. We commend you for recognizing this dysfunction and not transmitting it to your children. But please consider letting the children see some of the relatives one-on-one, under your supervision. Kids

be upset. Then again, he’d also be upset to learn that I’m getting married. Should I tell him? Also, because my guest list is limited, should I invite best friends? -- A Ring on It Dear Ring: We think you should tell your father, not only because keeping secrets can erode relationships, but also because you should not be hiding who you are. If you are mature enough to marry, it’s time to handle the fallout from your father. As for your guest list, invite those people you want to have as witnesses to your union, provided you can afford to do so. Dear Annie: This is a response to “Feeling the Void in Indiana.” It was pretty brazen of him to claim to speak for all men when he said we feel incomplete without sex. I’ll admit that is true for a lot of men, but certainly not all. I’m a healthy 30-year-old man with all the nor-

mal biological urges. I also haven’t been in a romantic relationship in years and am completely sexually inactive -- and I feel fine about it. That’s because I put my energy into other things like working out and enjoying outdoor activities. And

I have a few friends who are as OK without sex as I am. Sex is not the be-all and end-all of human existence. As a last note, any man who cheats on his wife or girlfriend is a cad, whatever feeble excuses he comes up with. -- Abstinent and

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are extremely tolerant of aberrant behavior in family members and can understand “this is how Grandma is” without emulating her. Dear Annie: “Michael” and I are a young gay couple pondering marriage. Gay marriage is not performed in our state, and we realize it would not be recognized here. It’s the principle of the thing. A courthouse venue seems the most feasible, and I am wondering whom to invite. Michael’s parents and siblings would most certainly be there, but I don’t know what to do about my side. I have no siblings, and my parents are divorced. Mom is fully supportive, but my father doesn’t know I’m gay. I would prefer not telling him in order to avoid a conflict. My father would probably never find out that Michael and I are married if I don’t tell him myself. But if he did learn about it, he’d

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Dear Annie: I grew up in an extremely dysfunctional family. I have an older sibling who has hated the rest of us for the past 45 years. Family gatherings are extremely uncomfortable events. Inappropriate barbs lead to physical fights, young children cry while the adults pretend nothing is amiss, family members spy on one another, there is lots of back-stabbing, and some relatives are ignored while others are fawned over. My mother allows her adult children to treat one another like animals and refuses to get involved in the chaos. I am tired of this and will no longer let my children witness these destructive behaviors. Please let other parents know they should work to make their home a welcoming and loving environment. Is there anything I can do to counteract the hostility at these gatherings? -Too Old for Hate


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YourByhoroscope Francis Drake For Wednesday, April 17, 2013 ARIES (March 21 to April 19) You’re bursting with energy today. Go after what you want; do what you want. Others will sense your power and step aside. TAURUS (April 20 to May 20) Behind-the-scenes research can yield excellent results today. However, you might be dealing with a hidden enemy. Be on guard for anyone who does not have your best interests at heart. GEMINI (May 21 to June 20) This is great day for group activities, especially competitive sports or games. You’re eager to show others what your hopes and dreams for the future are. CANCER (June 21 to July 22) Your ambition is aroused! This is the day to go after what you want. Demand the advantage because, basically, you already have it.

LEO (July 23 to Aug. 22) Do anything to broaden your experience of the world today. Learn something new. Travel somewhere. Go someplace you’ve never been before. Talk to people from different backgrounds. VIRGO (Aug. 23 to Sept. 22) You will defend your best interests today, which is why this is a good day to discuss shared property, inheritances and how to divide something. You’re ready to draw a line in the sand. LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) Discussions with partners and close friends will be vigorous and lively today! You will stand your ground, and so will they. At some point, a little compromise will be necessary, don’t you think? SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) Your high energy will guarantee that you can accomplish a lot at work today. No doubt you will be

delegating to others as well. Go, go, go. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dec. 21) A playful day! This is a fabulous time for competitive sports or doing anything you want to come out on top in. You feel prankish and energetic! CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 19) You will get a lot done today with respect to renovating, shoving furni-

ture around and making improvements at home. You know what you want, and you’re prepared to act on it. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20 to Feb. 18) Communication with others will be direct and forthright, which makes this a great day for those of you who sell, write, act, teach or promote. Everyone will fall under the spell of your words.

PISCES (Feb. 19 to March 20) Although you’re prepared to work hard to earn money today, you are equally eager to spend it! Cash is flying in both directions. YOU BORN TODAY You are strong-willed, conscientious and responsible. You’re a natural leader who is adventurous. Religion and philosophy interest you because your reasoning powers are strong. You have a









commanding style, which makes others listen when you speak. In the coming year, something you’ve been involved with for about nine years will end or diminish in order to make room for something new. Birthdate of: Jennifer Garner, actress; Sean Bean, actor; Thornton Wilder, playwright. (c) 2013 King Features Syndicate, Inc.

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extend our heartfelt thanks to all our family, neighbours and good friends for all the kindness shown during this very sad time of losing our wife, mother and grandmother. The generous outpouring of prayers, love, food, flowers and donations were overwhelming. Friends and family that traveled long distances to be with us gave us comfort. The attendance at prayers and the beautiful mass for her made us all realize once again how special Bonnie was. We would like to especially thank Father Don Wilson, celebrant of the mass and all the other co-celebrants. Thank you to all family and friends, too numerous to mention, who visited, brought or sent food and flowers and called to offer assistance while Bonnie was still at home. Thank you also to Drs. Scotland, Benzer and Cameronfor fortheir theirdedicated dedicatedtreatment treatement and Cameron and to to all allothers othersinvolved involvedininher hercare careatathome homeand andininthe the hospital. Bonnie is very much missed by all of us, but the prayers, love and support of so many helped to lessen our pain. Bonnie loved you all.


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Tuesday, April 16, 2013 Trail Times

Rossland to Salmo $17,500 - $179,500 E AG RE AC



Downtown Trail $173,900 PER T EA EN CHAN R TH

Park Siding $179,900 W NE


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Waneta $625,000


Salmo $114,900 G DIN UIL S 2 B LOT



Montrose $185,000



Salmo $229,500 OT EL CR A 1/2


Waneta Village $120,000



Emerald Ridge $117,700 TE IVA PR ASIS O




Trail $169,000

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Thea Stayanovich ext 28 Joy DeMelo ext 29 Denise Marchi ext 21

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Misc. Wanted

Mobile Homes & Parks

Apt/Condo for Rent

Auto Financing

Auto Financing

TRAIL, spacious 1&2bdrm. apartment. Adult building, perfect for seniors/ professionals. Cozy, clean, quiet, comfortable. Must See. 250-3681312


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RETIRE IN Beautiful Southern BC, Brand New Park. Affordable Housing. COPPER RIDGE. Manufactured Home Park, New Home Sales. Keremeos, BC. Spec home on site to view. Please call 250-4627055.

Rentals Apt/Condo for Rent

WANTED IN ROSSLAND: HOUSE or CONDO To Rent or Buy for June 1st. Reasonable pricing. Can commit to Long term lease of 1 yr, minimum 3 bedroom with yard & garden space. Upper Rossland or Red Mtn. Resort area preferred. We are a family with behaved outdoor dog & cat. Professional couple with steady income and children. Please call 250-362-7681 evenings & weekends or 250-2312174 daytime. Monika

Bella Vista, Shavers Bench Townhomes. N/S, N/P. 2-3 bdrms. Phone 250.364.1822 Ermalinda Apartments, Glenmerry. Adults only. N/P, N/S. 1-2 bdrms. Ph. 250.364.1922 Francesco Estates, Glenmerry. Adults only. N/P, N/S, 1-3 bdrms. Phone 250.368.6761. PARKSIDE APARTMENTS. Large 1bdrm., close to all amenities, river view, a/c, insuite laundry. Call 250-3687897 ROSSLAND, 2BD furnished, unfurnished, short or long term, N/S, N/P. 250-362-9473 ROSSLAND, bach. apt. Golden City Manor. Over 55. N/S. N/P. Subsidized. 250-3625030, 250-362-3385 SUNNINGDALE, spacious, bright 1bd, perfect for couple/ senior, n/p,n/s. 778-515-1512 TRAIL - clean 2 bed, walk to downtown ($650) avail now, 250-231-1242 TRAIL newly renovated 1bd suite in triplex, quiet building. $450/mo. +util. 1-250-4286788, 1-250-428-7351. TRAIL, Rossland Ave., 3bdrm. avail. immed. f/s, w/d. dishwasher, newly renovated, N/S, N/P. $750/mo. 250-368-1361 WANETA MANOR 2bdrm., NS,NP, Senior oriented, underground parking 250-3688423

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• 60ft of beach front • 4 bedrooms, 2 baths • dock • large veranda • boat • furnished




ROSSLAND, brand new for sale or exchange for older one 250-362-7716

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WARFIELD, 1BD. F/S. Coin laundry, storage. Secure bldg. N/S, N/P. $625. util.incl. 250367-2154 W. Trail. 1 bdrm executive suite. Reno’d, furnished, F/S, W/D, HW flrs, clw ft tub/shower. $800./mo. Incl elec, heat, basic cable, wifi, linens, dishes, small yard. NP, NS, ref. req. 250.304.2781.


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Homes for Rent E.TRAIL, 2bd. house & 2bd. apt. available. 250-362-3316 FRUITVALE, A-frame chalet at Park Siding. $475./mo. plus utilities. Avail. immed. S/F. Approved pets. 250-367-7042 W. TRAIL. 2 bdr, Hardwood, 9 ft ceilings, New windows, Full basement, W/D/DW. Clean & comfortable. Flat lot & carport. NS, NP. References $850. 250-231-4832 W.TRAIL, 2bd., tiny yard, suitable for small dog, close Downtown.$695.250-368-6075

Cars - Domestic 2003 PONTIAC GRAND AM, Loaded, 180,000kms, dark metallic green, c/w winters on rims. Excellent car, no problems, ready to go. Must sell. $3,900. obo. 250-231-4034

Cars - Domestic


Mustang Convertible 2010, Black w/cream interior, pristine condition, retiree owned, 21086/km, vinaudit available, asking $24,600. 250-442-5810


NICELY FINISHED 3200sq.ft., +ample parking, centrally located, ideal for medical or dental office. 250-368-1312

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Suites, Lower Castlegar 2 Bdrm basement suite, unfurnished, Private Ent & Patio, Oglow sub $700/mth + 1/2 electrical Avail May 1st, 250-365-6895

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250-368-8551 ext. 0

1st Trail Real Estate

MLS# 2216561

MLS# 2213202

MLS# 2218695

MLS# 2211391

MLS# 2218775

MLS# 22217644

MLS# 2216882

Montrose $495,000

Montrose $395,000

Fruitvale Rural $389,900

Rossland $345,000

Rossland $345,000

Genelle $339,000

Montrose $324,000

Patty Leclerc-Zanet 250-231-4490

Jack McConnachie 250-368-5222

Patty Leclerc-Zanet 250-231-4490

Fred Behrens 250-368-1268

Rob Burrus 250-231-4420

Fred Behrens 250-368-1268

Fred Behrens 250-368-1268

Double Garage

2011 ction Constru

res 3.70 Ac

MLS# 2216387

MLS# 2217586

MLS# 2218320

MLS# 2218337

MLS# 2218271

MLS# 2218147

MLS# 2216917

Rossland $280,000

Trail $259,900

Fruitvale $249,900

Trail $224,900

Warfield $199,900

Rossland $199,900

Rossland $199,000

Marie Claude 250-512-1153

Patty Leclerc-Zanet 250-231-4490

Rhonda van Tent 250-231-7575

Rhonda van Tent 250-231-7575

Rhonda van Tent 250-231-7575

Marie Claude 250-512-1153

Marie Claude 250-512-1153


MLS# 2216126

MLS# 2217804


BIG Yard

MLS# 2218105

MLS# 2219089

re Furnitu d Include

2 Houses

MLS# 2216283


MLS# 2218895

MLS# 2217685

Trail $172,000

Fruitvale $185,000

Fruitvale $169,000

Trail $154,900

Trail $149,000

Trail $99,500

Rossland $52,000

Fred Behrens 250-368-1268

Rob Burrus 250-231-4420

Rob Burrus 250-231-4420

Rhonda van Tent 250-231-7575

Rob Burrus 250-231-4420

Nathan Kotyk 250-231-9484

Marie Claude 250-512-1153

1252 Bay Avenue, Trail (250) 368-5222 1993 Columbia Ave Rossland, BC (250) 362-5200

Patty Leclerc-Zanet 250-231-4490

Fred Behrens 250-368-1268

Rob Burrus 250-231-4420

Jack McConnachie 250-368-5222

Rhonda van Tent 250-231-7575

Marie Claude Germain 250-512-1153

Nathan Kotyk 250.231.9484


Tuesday, April 16, 2013 Trail Times


Rock slide near Lardeau

What you see ...

The Nelson Star Power and traffic have resumed following a big rockslide on Highway 31 at the Lardeau bluffs, 10 km south of Meadow Creek. The slide, which happened before 1 a.m. Thursday, brought down an estimated 100 cubic meters of rock and debris. Nobody was hurt and no vehicles were damaged. A tree or rock hooked a power line and brought it down. Although no poles toppled, three arms broke and eight spans of wire needed to be repaired. Following a geotechnical assessment of the area Friday morning, which deemed it safe for crews to work in the slide path, the restoration was completed in about four hours. Power was restored shortly after 3 p.m., more than 38 hours after it went out. The ministry’s local manager Hugh Eberle said they have been breaking the rock into manageable pieces and will do some ditching and temporary road repairs. Later this spring or early summer the road will be rebuilt and repaved.

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1358 Cedar Avenue, Trail • 250.368.8818

STING NEW LI 1569 – 3rd Avenue, Trail


1599 Columbia Avenue, Trail

350 McAnally Street, Trail


Jodi Beamish 250-231-2331


3bdrm, 1 bath home on fully fenced lot. Home features newer windows, newer roof, new hot water tank and updated electrical. The radiant heat is perfect for anyone suffering from allergies. Call now.

926 Redstone Drive, Rossland

2485 LeRoi Avenue, Rossland


Call Terry 250-231-1101


Will be freshly painted professionally inside and out ASAP! 2 bedroom character home with garage, cheaper than rent with upgraded wiring, plumbing, kitchen, roof and more! Only $79,000! Call now before it’s gone!

Convenient location and lovely views, this home is move in ready. The plumbing, wiring and most of the flooring has been updated. Bonus is a second kitchen, full bath and outside access in the basement for separate living. This one will go quick. Call now!

Have you ever dreamed of living at a Golf Course? This attractively priced lot is situated in a neighbourhood of fine homes with great views and in close proximity to all of Rossland’s recreational opportunities.

Fantastic Location!! This sunny 2 bedroom home sits on a great 60 x 100 corner lot with great views. Over 1200 sq.ft. on the main floor. Lots of windows, great garden potential and covered parking.

Call Deanne (250) 231-0153

Call Deanne (250) 231-0153

Call Mary A (250) 521-0525

Call Mary A (250) 521-0525

STING NEW LI 2024 – 8th Avenue, Trail


3397 Laurel Crescent, Trail

614 Montcalm Road, Warfield



#305-1510 Nickleplate Road, Rossland

Lot 2, Highway 3B, Ross Spur

Great open floor plan with superb kitchen with newer cabinets, solid surface counter tops, lots of storage and built in china cabinet. Vaulted ceilings and lots of windows. Beautiful hardwood flooring. Features 3 bdrms (or could be 2 bdrm and a den). This home is a pleasure to view.

Great price for a Glenmerry townhouse, in good condition. Quick possession possible. Easy care living with small yard, the backyard is fenced and has a small patio. These townhouses have a charm about them and offer 3 bdrms, 11/2 baths. Basement ready to finish how you would like. Call your REALTOR® for a showing today.

Cozy, cute and nicely updated 2 bdrm home with laundry room and storage space in the basement. The lot is in the process of being subdivided and this home will sit on an approx 60x50 lot. Quick possession available!

1 bdrm condo with new flooring, amazing southern views and great sun exposure. The building has shared laundry, fitness room, games room and sauna. Call your REALTOR® today!


Fantastic opportunity- 29 subdividable acres for your dream home, hobby farm or to hold as an investment. Treed with large level building sites and plenty of privacy. Electricity and telephone available at property line. Call your REALTOR® today to view this opportunity.

Call Mary M (250) 231-0264

Call Mary M (250) 231-0264

Call Christine (250) 512-7653

Call Christine (250) 512-7653

Call Art (250) 368-8818

2213 – 4th Avenue, Rossland


Ron & Darlene Your STING NEW LI

409 Rossland Avenue, Trail

3 bdrm home in Sunningdale. Vinyl siding, ac- u/g sprinklers, 24 x 20 shop with ventilation. Mechanical upgrades call your REALTOR® for a viewing.

A lot of house - 3 floors of living - 4 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms - only 13 years old - looking for a family that requires room - This is it! - asking price is $179,900 just above assessed value seller is motivated. Great location.

39 Hazelwood Drive, Trail $249,000

Call Mark (250) 231-5591

Call Mark (250) 231-5591

Great Sunningdale location. Great family home. Great price. 3 bedroom 2 bathroom home. Exceptionally well built. Oak floors, fireplace, large dining area, patio and double garage. Call Ron and Darlene for a personal viewing of this fine character home.

Tonnie Stewart

Cell: 250-365-9665

ext 33

Ron Allibone

ext 45

Cell: 250-368-1162

Deanne Lockhart ext 41

Mary Amantea Mark Wilson ext 30

Darlene Abenante ext 23

Cell: 250-231-0153

Cell: 250-231-5591

Cell: 250-521-0525

Cell: 250.231.0527

ext 26

Call Terry 250-231-1101

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1004 Regan Crescent, Trail $227,900


4 bdrm, 2 bath home on a quiet street , close to high school, shopping and on a bus route! Features include a covered patio, private sundeck. detached garage, plenty of parking, a bright, sunny dining room. Call for a viewing now!


956 Spokane Street, Trail


PSSST! HAVE YOU HEARD? Downtown Trail is heating up! Invest in this 1250 sf building with established retail on main and spacious residential suite up. Call for revenue details and be part of the buzz! Call Tonnie (250) 365-9665

347 Railway Lane, Trail $118,500

Ron 368-1162 Darlene 231-0527

Richard Daoust

Cell: 250-368-7897

ext 24

Christine Albo

Cell: 250-512-7653

ext 39

Art Forrest

ext 42

This home offers 4 bdrms - 2 baths and full loft area for extra living space/studio/ playroom, air conditioning, new flooring in kitchen/bathroom the list goes on. Excellent value for this move in ready home.

Jodi Beamish

Cell: 250-231-2331

ext 51

Mary Martin

Cell: 250-231-0264

ext 28

Terry Alton

Cell: 250-231-1101

ext 48

#12-1005 Mountain View Road, Red Mountain


Ski right to your door, or x country or Mountain bike, road bike, hike or mountain climb, or you can just relax in the large hot tub. Sit back in your beautiful tastefully appointed corner unit overlooking Red Mountain Village. This can be yours at a fraction of what you would expect to pay! Call Richard (250) 368-7897

Trail Daily Times, April 16, 2013  
Trail Daily Times, April 16, 2013  

April 16, 2013 edition of the Trail Daily Times