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PTI CEO responds to some concerns Cameron Orr Despite the remarks from mayor Bill Streeper in last week’s Sentinel, PTI Group CEO Ron Green is confident that their proposed workers lodge will, in fact, be beneficial to local businesses. That’s because the nature of work in Kitimat versus what happens in the Fort Nelson area are quite different. “This is a different type of worker,” he said of Fort Nelson. “This is a fly-in, fly-out kind of guy.” PTI’s proposed development, by comparison, aims to integrate better into the surrounding community. “[Ours] won’t look like...something that doesn’t really conform with community standards,” said Green. And he’s certain that at some point during a worker’s stay at PTI’s lodge they will have reason to come into town. While PTI at past public meetings have noted their other lodges sometimes have convenience store facilities, it’s not something they as a company seek to offer themselves. “We’d prefer actually not to do that,” said Green, saying its better for workers to get into the communities and off-site sometimes. “We’re all happier if we have outlets for recreation and everything else.” The lodge itself will also provide job opportunities for local people. He said if they have a facility of around 250 people, for their first proposed phase for Kitimat, there would be around 25 to 35 people working on site. If it gets to the full 2,000 people, over 200 people would need to work for the lodge. And Green said for the company it works far better to hire people from the local community rather than bringing people in from out of town. “We find that, just over time, we’ve done nothing but enhance what happens in those smaller communities,” said, referring to some Alberta locations, such as in the municipality of Conklin, Alberta, or inside a First Nations community north of Fort McMurray. The Sentinel also asked about opportunities for integration of local Continued on page 2
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Three candidates competing for the position of MLA for the Skeena riding in the upcoming May 14 election presented their views and responded to questions at the all candidates forum held May 1 in Kitimat’s Mount Elizabeth Theatre. From left: incumbent NDP Robin Austin, Conservative candidate Mike Brousseau, and Liberal candidate Carol Leclerc. Josh Massey Kitimat teachers came out in force to Wednesday’s all-candidates forum making education one of the hot debating points of the event. Facing off for the position of Skeena MLA were firsttime Liberal candidate Carol Leclerc, second-time Conservative candidate Mike Brousseau and incumbent NDP Robin Austin, vying for a third term. The forum was held in a
quarter-full Mount Elizabeth Theatre on a night of vigorous rain and sleet. In his closing remarks NDP candidate Robin Austin said it was a shame so many Kitimat residents “were too busy watching the hockey game” to make the debate. Those who did attend made sure to get the candidates pinned and wriggling, with several education-related questions fired by audience members wearing “teachers vote” shirts. Austin said during his open-
ing statement that “Eighty per cent of new jobs will require post-secondary education,” and he continued to pick apart the Liberal government’s record on eduction, saying that current Liberal party leader Christy Clark was in her time “the worst minister of education in B.C.’s history.” Leclerc responded by defending the gains in education that the Liberal government has made recently. “There is definitely rec-
ognition that there are issues,” she said in rebuttal to Austin’s jabs, citing the recent Learning Improvement Fund and an injection of $650,000 into school district 82 as evidence of Liberal change for the better. Leclerc referred to a study that placed Canada fifteenth in the world in eduction. “I don’t think it’s that bad,” she said. Brousseau highlighted his own position as director of a small school with an average Continued on page 2
Being with friends is what really counts. These three Girl Guides members link arms during a hike on April 27, during the local Girl Guides hosted Revelrama, where units from Kitimat, Terrace and Prince Rupert came together for a weekend of activities.
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REGIONAL BRIEFS Calling all survivors With the June 1st date of the Kitimat Relay for Life fast approaching, organizors are seeking out as many cancer survivors as they can for the Survivors Victory Lap. Caregives are also encouraged to join as well. Survivors can register for free by going to www. relaybc.ca and selecting “Join your community.” From there click on “Kitimat” and then “Get Involved”. A link there should take to you “Calling all cancer survivors.” Even if you don’t register online, you can join them on June 1st anyway, organizers just ask that people be there by 9:30 a.m., as the Victory Lap begins at 10 a.m. Questions on this can be directed to Ariel Winkelmeyer at kitimatrelay@ bc.cancer.ca.
Joint action The Royal Canadian Navy, the Royal Canadian Air Force and the Canadian Coast Guard held joint training exercises with the United States Coast Guard and the United States Air Forces in Prince Rupert last week. In a release, the Canadian Navy said all the listed branches were participating in a Search and Rescue Exercise. Residents in Prince Rupert were expected to see an increase in military activity coming from their airport during that time, and more ships visible from shore. According to the release, “The purpose of the training is to exercise the ability of rescue personnel in both Canada and the U.S. to work together in responding to a maritime emergency.”
Marchers walk along Haisla Boulevard towards Coghlin Park, an event in honour of the Day of Mourning to remember those who have died at the workplace. Rick Belmont, president of the CAW Local 2301 is shown here second from the right.
All candidates Continued from page 1 class size of about 10 as evidence of his commitment to children. He also said the fact that Conservative party leader John Cummins was a teacher himself means that students will be taken care under Conservative rule. Brousseau laid it all on the line, not holding back from emotional displays. “My great grandfather was scalped in northern Manitoba. I know how to take the pain and turn it into something beautiful,” he said. Austin was more tactical and workmanlike, presenting himself
as an experienced leader confident of his party’s edge, someone to represent the people’s wishes against selfish corporate interest. Leclerc demonstrated her concern that an NDP government would bog down industrial development opportunities in red tape. On the topic of the Kitimat Clean proposal to build an oil refinery within the boundaries of the Skeena riding, Leclerc expressed tentative support, saying she had concerns about how it would affect air quality in the region, while Austin said he thought it made more sense to process the bi-
tumen in Alberta. Responding to Austin, Brousseau said that the complexity of processing bitumen into multiple products would overextend Alberta’s industrial capacity, and that now, after a recent telephone conversation with Kitimat Clean president David Black, he has a better sense of the benefits of the proposed refinery project. “I phoned him and we are in communication right now,” Brousseau said, excited that the project would create approximately 10,000 direct and indirect jobs in the area. “This is a man who has a vision for this area.”
Cameron Orr Following a recent CBC Fifth Estate special report which rated health facilities in Canada, the Sentinel reached out to Northern Health to react to the findings. The report, available at cbc.ca, gives Kitimat General Hospital a ‘B’ grade, which combines the findings under a number of categories, such as “nursing-sensitive adverse events on medical patients” or the same on surgical patients. Readmission rates after surgery was also included, as was readmission after medical treatments. Thirty-two people have also submitted their own ratings of the hospital, which put it at three-anda-half or four stars for most categories, such as respect, cleanliness
and communication. Northern Health’s regional director of communications Steve Raper said that while the information in the CBC’s report is largely publicly available and is information they would already be aware of, they do look to public reports like these and assess the information for future improvement. “We believe our staff and physicians provide exceptional health care to northerners,” he said, saying they do like to hear complaints as well, so they can further improve their care. “A key message that I want to really reinforce is we think our hospitals are very safe and we want people to be very comfortable and confident going into our facilities,” he added.
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Voting trendy Did you know in 2009, only 50 per cent of the people who could vote in the provincial election did so? That’s one out of every two people saying that voting just wasn’t worth their time. I don’t know why it happened. At the time there were reports which suggested that the hockey playoffs maybe diverted attention away from politics. I should hope that Canadians are smarter than to put hockey ahead of the democratic system. Maybe it was something else, like voter apathy, where people just didn’t think their vote mattered. Is there a point when surely a particular candidate will get in? The trend among voters, it seemed from continuing to read 2009 news reports, is that turnout is continually going down. But a vote is still a message. Sure, the top objective is to get the candidate you support into the winners’ circle, but surely the parties look to where support is going to adjust their own policies. A political party certainly wants to represent the people — and by extension, remain in power — and a vote, regardless of for whom, shows where your priorities lie. The election period is coming to a close soon. May 14 is election day. After that, you’ll lose your chance for another few years. Locally we have four candidates. The NDP’s Robin Austin, the BC Liberals’ Carol Leclerc, the BC Conservatives’ Mike Brousseau, and the quiet arrival of Trevor Hendry with the British Columbia Party. Personally, I’ve always felt the challenge is to balance your local candidates to the party they belong. Sometimes a local candidate may be tempting for a vote, even if you’re not a big fan of the party leader. But it’s not a hard challenge to deal with. It’s all part of the process. Over the course of the campaign, hopefully you’ve picked up enough to know which party aligns with your life philosophies. Hopefully the May 1st all-candidates meeting helped. I can’t tell you here who to vote for, but all I can do is encourage you to vote. The Skeena riding did only slightly better than the provincial average for voter turnout. Here, 55 per cent of eligible voters turned out in 2009. We can as a riding do better. As the eternal optimist I believe all votes matter. We only get so many chances to sway politics. They come only every few years. One of those chances is now upon us. Make some time, and use your voice in the best way you can. Cameron Orr
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Last week I berated Prime Minister Stephen Harper for hypocrisy in smilingly welcoming Justin Trudeau as the new leader of the Liberal Party, at the same time as he was flippantly dealing with an answer to a valid by Allan Hewitson question -- and also at the same time as he had given the go ahead for a firstname.lastname@example.org ries of tasteless political attack ads about the new Lib head. ditional arms-length separation between This week I’m still on Mr. Harper’s case but this time my target is his ear- party-political government and labourlier hypocrisy terms of his post-election relations elements of crown corporations assurances of more transparency and ac- such as the Post Office, the CBC and Via Rail, pretty well takes the cake. countability as a majority government. As for Treasury Board President, Tony In retrospect, nothing could be further Clement, his statements that the objective from the truth. The Conservatives have demonstrat- of the legislation is to permit government ed the opposite - substantial evasiveness, to “work with poor performers,” comes a propensity for obfuscation and what I across as laughable, when the majority think is worse - a trend to out and out de- of the opposition and the media identiceit - by hiding strategic legislation in the fies it as a means to control expenditures body, or especially at the tail ends, of om- at crown corporations, but also focusing nibus bills, which they then attempt to ram more on “content control” at the CBC. The CBC, admittedly, is seen (and criticized) through Parliament. I find it devious, but I’m aware that by many as anti-Conservative. However, few would categorize the they know full well, in most cases, the other side of the House will spot the “out of CBC as a “state broadcaster,” compared to a public broadcaster and I think very even sync” component of bulk-buy legislation. Clearly they also expect elements of fewer Canadians are in favour of seeing alert media, impacted business, industry the broadcaster switching from being pubor institutions will pick out weaknesses or licly funded to “government or especially, “hidden agendas” in the legislation. But cabinet-controlled.” Because many interpret the move as last week’s whip-in-its-tail budget implementation bill move to eliminate the tra- one design to give Cabinet control over all
aspects of contract settlements with its employees, noting that five of the CBC’s six collective agreements are set to expire prior to the 2015 federal election and the other, which expired last September, is already under negotiation. Considering the government’s record in response to public service union issues in the past two years it’s not hard to see why unionized employees are wary of closer ties to government, especially the treasury board. This was discomfiting, coming on top of a less-than-favourable Auditor General’s report, highlighted by the government’s inability to account for some $3.1-billion of $12.9 billion allocated for anti-terrorism security, since 2001. However, the revelation was timely with conspiracy and terrorism charges recently levelled at foreign nationals in Montreal and Toronto, and the deaths of young men from London, Ont. in an al Qaida militant attack on a gas plant in Algeria! Coupled with the bombing attacks in Boston and the arrests of young Muslim bombing conspirators in the UK, the focus on national security issues is again at top alert levels in the western world, including, clearly Canada. It’s time for government to be on top of its game and the Harper government is hardly showing itself as being there!
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It is said “those the Gods wish to destroy, they first make mad.” Step forward BC New Democrat leader Adrian Dix. Prior to the election campaign Dix had been at pains to do two things: First, reassure the business community that a government he led would not be a bunch of mad dog socialists. And second, dampen down expectations of the NDP’s hard core supporters. The latter was important given that whenever a party is returned to government after a lengthy period in the wilderness of opposition, that hard core, fired by electoral success, always wants to let slip the dogs of war. Which translates to immediately undoing every perceived evil thing the ousted
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government did during its terms and introducing the huge policy changes they fervently believe will create the utopia they espouse. Dix, who would probably like to be more than just a oneterm premier, clearly knew that route would lead to disaster down the road. He was also in the enviable position, given the unpopularity of the Liberals, of not really having to promise anything in order to win. The pitch to the electorate would be something along the lines of “you and I both know the government’s
books are a mess and, while we would like to do x, y and z, until we see just how bad it is we can’t make promises that we may not be able to keep.” But the chances of a politician/party taking a gamble like that are pretty remote. So it was no surprise that when the campaign officially started the promises quickly flowed. Even then, the amounts of money being shovelled off the back of the NDP truck were, realistically, paltry compared to the total budget of a B.C. government. And Dix stuck to
his cautious approach when revealing the NDP’s full plan by warning that, even with the undramatic announcements to date, an NDP government would deliver deficits for the first three years and maybe even the fourth. On the face of it, that was a gutsy call. But given voters have long since stopped believing in forecast surpluses, it was a smart one too. So, the universe was essentially unfolding as it should at that point in the campaign. Then came Monday, April 22. That was the day Dix announced that he was opposed to Kinder Morgan’s proposal to expand its AlbertaVancouver bitumen pipeline and with it the number of oil tankers using the Port of Vancouver. A complete re-
ATV drivers damage golf course Josh Massey Police have evidence from a four-wheel drive stunt that ended in $3,000 damage to the Kitimat golf course. Joyriders on two ATVs caused extensive damage to the greens at Hirsch Creek Golf and Winter Club on April 30, leaving areas of upturned dirt and several broken pins. One rider spun out of control and flipped the quad, leaving pieces of lime-green plastic as evidence for an RCMP investigation that is currently underway. The vandalism occurred between 10 a.m. and sunrise, the worst of it coming to holes 8, 9, 17 and 18, with 17 being damaged so badly they had to put in a temporary hole to serve until repairs are complete. “They did about 15 donuts on one of the greens,” said Constable Heather Bradshaw of the Kitimat RCMP. Sentencing for a crime like this could be up to six months in prison or $5,000 for mischief and possibly a motor vehicle offence as well, said Bradshaw, and she hopes the public will help reveal the identity of the culprits. As to whether the golf course will press charges, chairman Art Emmerson said, “We will look at that very seriously because we want to deter people from doing it again.” The location of the course is next to a BMX course, and it appears that the suspects on their quads ripped around there before coming onto the golf course to wreak havoc, said Emmerson. The course should be completely repaired by May 9 and it is still currently open for play, he added. The damage could cost up to $3,000, and will include aerating and reseeding, as well as putting in new sand. It will not be covered under the golf course’s insurance plan because the damage cost will be
lower than the deductible. A release by the RCMP reads: “Police are looking for a green sport type quad that will have damage to it’s body. If you or anyone you know has information regarding this thoughtless act, you are asked contact the Kitimat RCMP at 250-632-7111. If you wish to remain anonymous about this or any other crime please contact Crime Stoppers at 1800-222-TIPS (8477).
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versal of his previous position that he would wait to see the contents of Kinder Morgan’s official application. Apparently the change of heart was prompted by fears that the Green Party was gaining ground because of his previous wait-and-see position. Seriously? The shoo-in New Democrats terrified by the idea of a Green juggernaut? That’s taking political paranoia to a whole new level. The announcement was dumb on three levels.
One, it will scare the pants off resource industry companies. They must be asking, what’s next, toast LNG exports? Two, it tells the hardcore that if they exert a bit of pressure, a Dix-led NDP government will quickly cave in and give them whatever they want. Finally, it breathes life into a hopeless Liberal campaign, especially given the timing - prior to the leaders debates on radio and TV. (Lord how the Liberals must be wishing
they had a leader other than the thoroughly unpopular and factually challenged Christy Clark.) Will it change the election result? I doubt it just because of the presence of the aforementioned Clark. But it makes me think the gentleman interviewed by the National Post a couple of weeks back may have got it right. “They (the Liberals) screwed us for too long. Now it’s time to get screwed by someone else.”
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guides and so-called shepherds must turn back, our Good Shepherd will take us by the hand and lead us to our eternal home in Heaven, where we will, “Live in the house of the Lord forever.” So maybe the little girl had it right anyway, “The Lord is my shepherd, that’s all I want.” Amen.
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May 13 THE KITIMAT FIBRE ARTS GUILD meet at 7:30pm at 1475 Albatross. Anyone interested in knitting, spinning, weaving or other fibre crarts are wlecome. For more info lease call Maureen at 250-632-5444. Ongoing THE KITIMAT GIRL GUIDES urgently need new leaders for the local groups. For
more info call Lois at 250-632-3446 or Nancy at 250-632-0135. KITIMAT PUBLIC LIBRARY Storytime for preschoolers happens Friday mornings from 10:30- 11:15 a.m. Activities include silly song, fuzzy felts, story book and funny rhymes. SILLY YAKS (CELIAC) SUPPORT GROUP supporting gluten free eating and helping people with celiac disease feel well and healthy. Participate in discussions around safe foods, foods to avoid, cross
contamination, recipe ideas, etc. The first meeting will be held Aug. 23 from 7-8:30 p.m. in the multipurpose room at the Kitimat General Hospital. The group is open to anyone interested in learning about celiac disease. For more information please call 250-632-3063.
CHILD DEVELOPMENT CENTRE Family Fun Spot Drop-In Monday and Friday afternoons 1-3 p.m., Wednesday mornings 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Ages 0-5 welcome “A Great place for families to meet over coffee and toys!” Contact 250-632-3144 for more information.
KITIMAT SENIORS’ CENTRE is looking for a new leader for their Seniors’ Band. Please contact the Programmer (250 632 3475) for more info if you have the skills, experience and desire to volunteer your time with this group.
KITIMAT MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS - I have M.S. but M.S. does not have me. You are not alone, male or female, and the Kitimat M.S. group would like to be here for you. Total confidentiality. For more information contact Mary at 250-639-6016.
GENERAL ELECTION Remember to Vote. Tuesday, May 14 is General Voting Day. Bring Identification Under the Election Act, voters must prove their identity and residential address in order to receive a ballot or register to vote in conjunction with voting in a provincial general election or by-election. Voters may present identification, or use a process known as vouching. Some acceptable types of identification and information on the vouching process are found below.
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This card tells you where you can vote in the 2013 Provincial General Election. Take it with you when you go vote. If you do not have this card, visit the Elections BC website at elections.bc.ca, or call 1-800-661-8683 (toll-free).
App for iPhones and Download our iPads to find a voting location near you. BC Has More Ways to Vote All voters can: Vote in any district electoral office from now until 4 p.m. (Pacific time) on General Voting Day, Tuesday, May 14, 2013. Vote by Mail You can ask for a Vote by Mail package from your district electoral office or through the Elections BC website at elections.bc.ca. Vote at advance voting Voters can attend any advance voting location in the province from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. (local time), Wednesday, May 8 through Saturday, May 11. All advance voting locations are wheelchair accessible. Vote on General Voting Day Voters can attend any general voting location in the province from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. (Pacific time), Tuesday, May 14, 2013. How to Vote • Choose only one candidate. • Mark your ballot with an or
Who Can Vote? You can vote if you are: • 18 years of age or older, or will be 18 on General Voting Day (May 14, 2013) • a Canadian citizen, and • a resident of British Columbia for the past six months You can Register When You Vote If you aren’t already registered, you can register when you vote. You will need identification that proves both your identity and current residential address.
Option 1 A single document issued by the Government of BC or Canada that contains the voter’s name, photograph and residential address, such as a BC driver’s licence, BC Identification Card (BCID), or BC Services Card. Option 2 A Certificate of Indian Status as issued by the Government of Canada. Option 3 Two documents that together show the voter’s name and residential address. Both documents must show the voter’s name. At least one of the documents must also contain the voter’s residential address. Please note: Digital or electronic documents (e.g. e-bills) are acceptable. Hand-written information on a document, photocopies or electronic scans/photos of a paper document are not acceptable. The following are examples of the document types authorized by the Chief Electoral Officer for the purposes of voter identification (the list of documents is illustrative, not exhaustive). Other specific documents (not listed below) may be authorized by the Chief Electoral Officer. For questions about the acceptability of a specific document, please contact Elections BC. Government-issue identity document Examples: healthcare card, birth certificate, Social Insurance Card, passport, citizenship document/certificate, Old Age Security Identification Card, Canadian Forces identification, Firearm Acquisition Certificate, firearm Possession and Acquisition Licence, Veterans Affairs Canada Health Care Identification Card, Correctional Service Canada Offender Identification Card.
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Provincial Where to Vote card Bank/credit card or statement Residential lease/mortgage statement Insurance statement Public transportation pass Utility bill Membership card Hospital bracelet/document Prescription medication container Attestation of residence Personal cheque (printed by bank)
Option 4 Voters without identification can be vouched for by a voter in their electoral district who has identification, or a direct family member or someone who has legal authority to make personal care decisions for the voter. Future Voters Elections BC encourages you to bring your children with you when you vote. Show tomorrow’s voters how our electoral process works. Any Questions? For more information visit Elections BC’s website at elections.bc.ca or call toll-free 1-800-661-8683.
Get our App for iPhones and iPads to find the closest voting place and for information you need to vote. Or, contact your district electoral office. Skeena 534 Mountainview Sq Kitimat, BC (250) 632-8510 Hours of Operation Monday - Friday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. May 8 - 11 and May 14 - 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Other government-issue document Examples: property tax assessment, income tax assessment notice, government cheque, government cheque stub, statement of employment insurance benefits paid, Canada Child Tax Benefit Statement, statement of Canada Pension Plan benefits, statement of Old Age Security. School/college/university-issue document Examples: admissions letter, report card, transcript, residence acceptance/confirmation, tuition/fees statement, student card.
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Kitimat’s parking bylaw amendments affect recreation vehicles storage Rather than doing any wholesale changes to the town’s parking bylaws, councillors opted to just slip some additional wording to the files that gives a bit more flexibility for recreational vehicles. The situation councillors were faced with was how to deal with recreational vehicles on private properties which might affect sightlines for nearby vehicle traffic. The issue came to the front based on a
situation with a home on Whittlesey Street where an RV is parked on a property’s side yard. The homeowners had received a one year exception allowing the vehicle to be stored on the property in 2006. The arrangement of the property meant it could not be stored behind the home. Since then there have been no more exemptions applied for but the RV remains,
which was discovered during a separate bylaw investigation last December, when the placement of Christmas ornaments on the property was affecting snow clearing. The homeowner was allowed to keep the vehicle there until next November, but in the meantime council had asked for staff to bring up recommendations that would allow the parking and storage of an RV on a residential lot, provided it doesn’t block
traffic sightlines. Discussion lead councillors to adopt a wording amendment to the Kitimat Municipal Code which allows council to grant permission, on a case-by-case basis, for RVs to be stored on a side yard, as well as a rear yard, between November 1 and March 31 of the following year. Vehicles in excess of 3,700kg would be subject to these rules.
GENERAL ELECTION Get ready to vote. Identification Rules for Voting Voters must prove their identity and current residential address to get a ballot or register to vote at the time of voting. Any one of the following pieces of identification is acceptable:
In the 40 th Provincial General Election, British Columbia’s voters will vote for their Member of the Legislative Assembly of British Columbia. BC Has More Ways to Vote All voters can:
• • • •
Vote in any district electoral office from now until 4 p.m. (Pacific time) on General Voting Day, Tuesday, May 14, 2013. Vote by Mail You can ask for a Vote by Mail package from your district electoral office or through the Elections BC website at elections.bc.ca
Get our App for iPhones and iPads to find the closest voting place and for information you need to vote.
BC drivers licence BC identification card BC Services Card Certificate of Indian Status
Any Questions? For further information visit Elections BC’s website at elections.bc.ca or call toll-free 1-800-661-8683.
If you don’t have any of the above, bring two documents that together prove your identity and current residential address. A complete list of acceptable identification is available from Elections BC.
Vote at advance voting Voters can attend any advance voting location in the province from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. (local time), Wednesday, May 8 through Saturday, May 11. All advance voting locations are wheelchair accessible.
Or, contact your district electoral office. Hours of operation Monday - Friday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Voters without identification can be vouched for by a voter in their electoral district who has identification, or by a direct family member, or by someone who has legal authority to make personal care decisions for the voter.
Vote on General Voting Day Voters can attend any general voting location in the province from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. (Pacific time), Tuesday, May 14, 2013.
The following persons have been nominated as candidates for Skeena for the 40th Provincial General Election.
Skeena Electoral District Candidate’s Name:
Robin Austin BC NDP
Glennis Vincenzi 4830 Loen Ave, Terrace, BC, V8G 1Z8
Roberta Walker 149A City Centre, Kitimat, BC, V8C 1T6
Mike Brousseau BC Conservative Party
Anita McCormack 8-5016 Park Ave, Terrace, BC, V8G 1X1
Trevor Hendry British Columbia Party
Gordon Milne 882 Citadel Dr, Port Coquitlam, BC, V3C 5Y1
Carol Joan Leclerc BC Liberal Party
Ryan Hales 101-4630 Lazelle Ave, Terrace, BC, V8G 1S6
General Voting Places:
Advance Voting Places:
District Electoral Offices: 534 Mountainview Sq Kitimat, BC (250) 632-8510
Church Army Hall 1705 Graham St, Gingolx, BC
Kitselas Health & Admin Office 2225 Gitaus Rd, Usk, BC
Northwest Comm College 5331 McConnell Ave, Terrace, BC
Elks Hall 2822 Tetrault St, Terrace, BC
Elks Hall 2822 Tetrault St, Terrace, BC
Kitsumkalum Comm Centre 14295 16 Hwy, Terrace, BC
Riverlodge Rec Centre 654 W Columbia Ave, Kitimat, BC
New Aiyansh Arts & Cultural Ctr B 4518 Tait Ave, New Aiyansh, BC
Gitwinksihlkw Village Admin Office 3004 Ts OohlTsAp Ave, Gitwinksihlkw, BC
Mt. Elizabeth Sec School 1491 Kingfisher Ave, Kitimat, BC
Rosswood Comm Hall Assn 4145 Kalum Lake Rd, Rosswood, BC
Skeena District Electoral Office 534 Mountainview Sq, Kitimat, BC
Greenville Rec Centre 410 Church Ave, Laxgalts’ap, BC
Mt. Layton Hot Springs Resort 3739 37 Hwy, Lakelse Lake, BC
Thornhill Sec School 3120 16/37 Hwy, Thornhill, BC
Kitamaat Village Rec Centre 24 Kwakiutl Ave, Kitamaat Village, BC
New Aiyansh Arts & Cultural Ctr B 4518 Tait Ave, New Aiyansh, BC
Veritas School 4836 Straume Ave, Terrace, BC
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Sports & Leisure
Five Marlins take medals at Moose Meet swim invitational
Marlin swimmers with their medals, won during the Prince George Invitational Moose swim meet. Submitted The Kitimat Marlins Swim Club had 19 swimmers attend the Prince George Invitational Moose swim meet recently. The swim meet was held in the Olympic distance 50 me-
ter pool which was great experience for the Marlin swimmers, many of whom have never swam in a 50 meter long pool before. The competition was fierce with over 300 swimmers com-
peting with teams from Terrace, Prince Rupert, Smithers Prince George, Quesnel, Williams Lake, Chetwynd, Fort St John and Grand Prairie. The Marlins took a very large chunk of the podium though with
five swimmers taking medals. The Marlins 10 and under girls continued to be a power house this season. Medals were given out for 10 and under swimmers for the 200 meter freestyle and 200 meter individual Medley events only. These events are among the most important for 10 and under swimmers as they encourage aerobic fitness and good technique for a longer race. In the 200 meter freestyle the Marlins swept the medals for the 10 and under girls. Leah Desousa (10) took the gold medal, Hannah Pearson (10) took the silver medal and Charlotte Collier (10) took the bronze medal respectively. In the 200 meter Individual Medley Leah Desousa again took the gold and Hannah
Strong showing from Kitimat gymnasts Submitted Lead by Head Coach Bogdan Ilyushchenko, the Kitimat Dynamics Gymnastics Club sent five athletes to compete in the 2013 Artistic Gymnastics BC Championships in Prince George earlier this month. Over 550 gymnasts from across the province competed in this three-day event held at UNBC’s Northern Sports Centre. Of the eight zones Head Coach, Bogdan Ilyushchenko, Damon Taylor, Nicholas in the province, the Kit- Ferguson, Rachel Turcotte, Kendall Ferguson and Melissa Yeoh. imat Dynamics offered a strong showing for Zone 7 alongside Terrace offered them an opportunity to compete in the Peaks and Smithers Saltos. largest annual Gymnastics BC artistic gymThe men’s events consist of floor, rings, vault, nastics event and be inspired by those who pommel horse, parallel bars, and high bar. Damon will go on to represent BC and Canada. Taylor and Nicholas Ferguson gave solid perforCoach Ilyushchenko is pleased with the mances securing an overall 11th and 13th place effort and enthusiasm shown by his gymnasts finish respectively. But it was Damon’s rings rouand will keep this momentum going for the retine that landed him a place on the podium and a maining two competitions of the season. silver medal for the Dynamics. The Kitimat Dynamics followed the comThe ladies competition centered around floor, petition up with their annual Spring Fling Inbeam, bars and vault. The provincial competition vitational on April 26 and 27, and later they’ll was a first for gymnasts Kendall Ferguson, Mehead to Smithers on June 7 for the final comlissa Yeoh, and Rachel Turcotte. The experience petition of the season.
Pearson again took the silver medal. In the 13-14 boys division second year Marlin swimmer Brander Pacheco (14) took the gold medal for highest overall points in the division.
In the 13-14 girls division Marlin swimmer Kleanza Cathers (13) took the silver medal for overall points. Robyn Alderman (16) achieved her first AA Provincial qualify-
ing time in the 16 and over girls 100 meter breaststroke. Alderman is now welcome to compete at the AA Provincial Long Course (50 meter pool) Championships in Victoria in June.
The Kitimat Leisure Services Department is offering a
one Time Training SeSSion
for those 16 years and older who want to be part of the
DoK Lifeguard Staff.
The Top 12 candidates will be chosen and given the opportunity to receive Bronze Medallion, Bronze Cross, NLS and Standard First Aid at no charge. Application forms are available at the Tamitik Jubilee Sports Complex front desk. Closing date to apply is may 17, 2013 at 4:30pm. Bronze Medallion and Bronze Cross courses start May 31, 2013. 100% aTTenDanCe iS requireD for all courses. For further information contact gina at 250-632-8960 monday to Friday 8:30am - 4:30pm
District of Kitimat
Public Notice official commuNity PlaN ameNDmeNt ocP ghg target bylaw No. 1, 2013 Kitimat Council invites public comment before making a decision on the following Official Community Plan Amendment. Kitimat Council is considering a bylaw to amend the Official Community Plan with respect to greenhouse gas reduction targets. The BC Local Government Act requires that an Official Community Plan include targets for the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions in the area covered by the plan. Kitimat Council recognizes the longterm need to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions; acknowledges the overwhelming uncertainty about making a forecast out to 2050; and appreciates any target based on current analysis could soon be outdated by such factors as fuel prices, technology change and community development. The proposed bylaw proposes adopting measures to document energy and GHG emissions, and establishes an interim target of per capita GHG emissions 10% below 2011 by 2020. a public hearing regarding ocP ghg target bylaw No. 1, 2013 will be held in the council chambers, Public safety building, 1101 Kingfisher avenue, on tuesday, 21 may, 2013 at 7:30pm. more information For more information about the above Official Community Plan amendment application and proposed bylaws, please visit 270 City Centre. A handbook is available for viewing which contains Council reports and related documents, including the draft bylaws. Office hours are 8:30am to Noon, and 1:30 to 4:30pm, Monday to Friday, excluding statutory holidays. You may also call Community Planning and Development at 250-632-8900. Public comment Kitimat Council welcomes public input. Written comment may be delivered to Council in advance by e-mail c/o email@example.com, mail c/o 270 City Centre, Kitimat BC V8C 2H7; or fax 250-632-4995; up to 3pm, 14 May, 2013. Comment may also be delivered in person at the public hearing, 21 May, 2013, 7:30pm, at 1101 Kingfisher Avenue.
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Book prize finalists display their works
Cameron Orr Victoria Miles is a storyteller with a knack for showing the fun, if crazy, side of life in the common family. Jackson Davies is known as the constable from the long-running Beachcombers television series, the show which hits its 40 year milestone this year. Together they travelled the northwest, hitting locations in Kitimat and beyond promoting their books, which are shortlisted for BC Book Prizes. Davies is up for the Roderick Haig-Brown Regional Prize and the Bill Duthie Booksellers’ Choice Award for his book, Bruno and the Beach: The Beachcombers at 40. Miles meanwhile is shortlisted for the Sheila Egoff Children’s Literature Prize for her book, Mimi Power and the I-Don’t-Know-What. Miles said the inspiration for her story came from home. “It’s not so loosely based on my family,” she said of her book, about a girl dealing with life with a three-year-old sister. Miles said that when her own daughter was a toddler, she was “a real firecracker,” and a lot of time was spent keeping her calm and happy. “Our family ran into one episode after another and I realized I had material and I didn’t have to look any further than my own family,” she said about putting together a book from her experiences. She said it’s a bit of a departure from older
Land Act: Notice of Intention to Apply for a Disposition of Crown Land Take notice that Ledcor-Haisla Ltd. Partnership from Vancouver, BC, have applied to the Ministry of Forests, Lands and Natural Resource Operations (FLNRO), Smithers, BC, for a Light Industrial Temporary Permit situated on Provincial Crown land located ALL THAT UNSURVEYED CROWN LAND IN THE VICINITY OF BISH CREEk, RANgE 4 COAST DISTRICT, CONTAININg 24.79 HECTARES, mORE OR LESS. The Lands File for this application is 6408556. Written comments concerning this application should be directed to the Coast Mountains Land Officer, MFLNRO, at Suite 200-5220 Keith Ave., Terrace, BC V8G 1L1. Comments will be received by FLNRO by June 13, 2013. FLNRO may not be able to consider comments received after this date. Please visit the website at http://www.arfd. gov.bc.ca/ApplicationPosting/index.jsp for more information. Be advised that any response to this advertisement will be considered part of the public record. For information, contact the Freedom of Information Advisor at Ministry of Forests, Lands and Natural Resource Operations’ Office in Smithers, BC.
stories of hers that were a bit more fanciful in their settings. “When I had kids I got a little grounded.” She explained that the way she approached her story is how she’d speak to aspiring young writers. “All families have their stories and when I talk to kids, I want them to know that when they’re struggling with writing...they’ve always got something in their family they could write about.” Davies’s book, which was co-written by Mark Strange, a co-creator of the Beachcombers series, is essentially a look back at the series, with plenty of photos included. “It’s a bit of a family album,” he said, saying he had to go through 4,000 slides to find photos to include. He said it’s exciting to be shortlisted for an award. He said from his tour that the Beachcombers still hold a place in the people’s hearts, saying the show ran in a time when familes would usually gather at a TV on Sundays. The show has also been syndicated in several countries which helps its mass appeal. Kitimat was the pair’s first stop, with their final visit at the Terrace Public Library on April 27.
Sonja Comerford works on a quilting project at the quilter’s retreat at the Riverlodge last week, hosted by the Kitimat Quilters Guild. Sixty-six quilters from all over the region, and beyond, converged for the annual event.
Discover Trades NWBC Roadshow For teachers, parents and students!
Northwest Community College and your school district are bringing the Discover Trades NWBC Roadshow to your town.
May 15 at 4pm – 7pm Mount Elizabeth Middle/Secondary 1491 Kingfisher Avenue For info contact Seth Downs firstname.lastname@example.org
BBQ at 5pm
Learn about trades careers and training opportunities in the region. Open to parents, teachers and students of all ages. Featuring • interactive try-a-trade activities • trades industry professionals • trades presentations Enter for a chance to win an iPad Mini!
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1986 Travelaire 28’ motor home. Many new updates in 2012. Call 250-632-2303 for more info. Kitimat $10,500 obo. 2010 Arctic Fox 5th Wheel TV/stereo/surroundsound/DVD/CD and fireplace. Very spacious and clean. Tri-pod and hitch included. Asking $38,900 Please leave message 250-639-9769
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NORTHWEST REGIONAL AIRPORT TERRACE-KITIMAT The Terrace-Kitimat Airport Society (the Owner) invites tenders from licenced, registered Trade Contractors for the following work: Bid Package #4: Steel stud partitions, drywall and suspended ceilings Bid Package #5: Ceramic floor and wall tiles Bid Package #6: Mechanical – plumbing, exhaust fans, convection heater covers A mandatory site meeting for interested bidders in Bid Package #4 and 5 will take place on Thursday, May 16, 2013 at 10:00 A.M. Bid packages to be available for pickup at the airport office on or after Tuesday, May 14, 2013. A mandatory site meeting for interested bidders in Bid Package #6 will take place on Thursday, May 16, 2013 at 11:00 A.M. Bid packages will be available by email only from the Construction Manager, Northwest Construction Services, at firstname.lastname@example.org on or after May 14, 2013. A 10% Bid Bond or equivalent surety will be required with each bid and the successful bidder will be required to post a 50% Performance Bond or equivalent. Tender closing for Bid Package #4 and 5 is Tuesday, May 21, 2013 at 2:00 P.M. Tender closing for Bid Package #6 is Thursday, May 23, 2013 at 2:00 P.M. The lowest or any tender will not necessarily be accepted. Completed bid forms provided by the Owner, complete with specified bid security, will be received by hand delivery at: Northwest Regional Airport 103 – 4401 Bristol Road Terrace, B.C. V8G 0E9 Attention: Carman Hendry, Airport Manager
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satisfy the deepest longings of your soul. But if the Lord is your shepherd then you will not want. The Good Shepherd, Jesus Christ, loves His sheep so much that He gave up His throne in Heaven and came to this earth to die for them. He did this because our sin broke our perfect relationship with God and we were banished from His presence. The greatest longing of your soul, whether you realize it or not, is to have that eternal relationship with your creator restored; and anything less that than reconciliation with God will leave you wanting. Only Jesus can take away the wanting in your heart because only He lived a Continued on page 7
FOR A LIMITED TIME
• segment Exclusive Automatic Locking Differential
FINANCE: BI-WEEKLY / 84 MONTHS / AT 0%‡ LEASE: MONTHLY / 60 MONTHS / AT 0%≠
FINANCE: BI-WEEKLY / 84 MONTHS / AT 0%‡ LEASE: MONTHLY / 48 MONTHS / AT 0.9%≠
District of Kitimat
annual Water main flushing 2013 april 8 to may 17, 2013
The District of Kitimat will undertake the annual water main flushing. The scheduled dates for flushing water mains will be April 8 to May 17, 2013. This operation may cause temporary discolouration of the water supply and should clear up soon after the operation is completed. If the problem persists please contact the District of Kitimat. Thank you for your cooperation and patience in this matter. For further information please call 250-632-8930.
3,000 + OR
ON SELECT MODELS
2013 sILVERADO EXTENDED CAB
OWN IT FOR
BASED ON A PURCHASE PRICE OF $16,280*
• 6 speaker Audio system with CD/MP3 Playback
• Onstar® Including 6 Month subscription and RemoteLink Mobile App~
WITH $2,000 DOWN BASED ON A PURCHASE PRICE OF $28,535*
• Awarded the Consumers Digest Best Buy Four Years Running+
• Multi-flex™ sliding and Reclining Rear seat, offering Class-Leading Legroom*†
• Block Heater and standard Bluetooth®
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AiR MilES® REwARd MilES †
INCLUDES $9,000 IN COMBINED CREDITS†† ON CASH PURCHASES. 2.92% EFFECTIVE RATE
• Proven V8 Power with Excellent Fuel Efficiency
• Best In Class 5-Year/160,000 km Powertrain Warranty*, 60,000 km Longer Than Ford F-150 And RAM^^
LTZ EXT MODEL WITH CHROME ACCESSORIES SHOWN
25 MPG HIGHWAY 11.2 L/100 km HWY | 15.9 L/100 km CITYt
2013 CRuZE Ls 1sA
AiR MilES® REwARd MilES †
ELIGIBLE RETuRNING CusTOMERs MAY RECEIVE AN EXTRA
• Block Heater and 10 standard Air Bags *^
ELIGIBLE RETuRNING CusTOMERs MAY RECEIVE AN EXTRA
1 000 **
5.4 L/100 km HWY | 8.2 L/100 km CITYt
52 MPG HIGHWAY
LTZ MODEL SHOWN
2013 EQuINOX Ls FWD
AiR MilES® REwARd MilES †
46 MPG HIGHWAY
6.1L/100 km HWY | 9.2 L/100 km CITYt
VEHICLE PRICING IS NOW EASIER TO UNDERSTAND BECAUSE ALL OUR PRICES INCLUDE FREIGHT, PDI AND MANDATORY GOVERNMENT LEVIES
Call MacCarthy Motors at 250-635-4941, or visit us at 5004 Highway 16 West, Terrace. [License #5893]
2013-05-03 4:04 PM