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May 15, 2013

Time to get the whole tourism story out


Inside A commercial retail development for the corner of Hwy 97 and Oceola received first reading by Lake Country council to pave the way for further study and public input. ...............................


The shoreline along the Greenspace in Lake Country was gleaned of a massive amount of debris when volunteers took part in the Great Canadian Shoreline Clean-up. ...............................


Digg’n 4 U, a local business, has been awarded the roads maintenance contract within the District of Lake Country. ...............................


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KEVIN PARNELL As Gordon Fitzpatrick sits in his office at Cedar Creek Estate Winery, he watches out over an amazing view of Okanagan Lake and marvels at the spectacular area of the world where he operates his winery. Cyclists cruise by on their bikes as the sun pierces down and begins its rise toward the 30 C mark, bringing more activity onto Okanagan Lake, filling up area golf courses and heating up the region known primarily for its great weather. “As I look out my window I just think what a wonderful playground we live in,” says Fitzpatrick, the 52-yearold president of Cedar Creek. “First of all the climate is unbelievable and with the lake and the mountains and the wine and the culinary scene, it’s all very exciting. We are turning heads internationally. “But we have other world class tourism products in the region. The skiing, the golf, there are safaris where you can watch grizzly bears. There is the adventure tourism and eco-tourism and the (cycling) gran fondos. It’s an extremely desirable place that most people don’t know about and that’s one of our challenges: We need to make people more aware of what’s here.” And that challenge is being taken on by the Thompson Okanagan Tourism Association (TOTA), the regional tourism group that represents the regions 3,200

tourism operators, including those in Lake Country. For the past two years TOTA has been working with all of its stakeholders, developing a new 10 year plan to help the tourism industry grow from what is now a seasonal industry to one that can sustain itself outside of the four month peak period. According to TOTA, every stakeholder that works in tourism and every jurisdiction in the region has signed off on the plan that asks for cooperation rather than competition amongst the tourism operators in the Thompson Okanagan. “We need tourism operators to see that the competition is not in the room or across the street but in fact the competition is in Arizona, or New Zealand or Australia,” says Glenn Mandziuk, the president and CEO of the Thompson Okanagan Tourism Association. “There has to be a principle that in order to achieve success we need to work together. They need to package together and promote together because the goal is to get on the radar screen of visitors and get them to come to the area.” ••• In the office of the Thompson Okanagan Tourism Association, Mandziuk points out a map of the Thompson Okanagan region, one of six tourism region in the province. It’s massive, roughly the size of Ireland, and its features span both ends of the spectrum, from Mount Robson, the largest mountain in the Can-

Glenn Mandziuk adian Rockies, to the desert climes of Osoyoos. TOTA represents 90 communities and hamlets, 28 First Nations groups and over 3,000 tourism operators. There are nine ski hills, almost 90 golf courses and 125 wineries. There are 15,000 full-time equivalent jobs in tourism in the region and it generates $1.75 billion in direct revenue each year, making it the largest economic sector in the Thompson Okanagan. “We have a very diverse product,” says Mandziuk. “From a geographic point of view it’s really amazing that you can have the highest mountain in the Canadian Rockies all the way to a true desert in Osoyoos. All of these areas are in different phases of their maturity. There are some areas that are generating fullon and some that are just emerging as tourism destinations. We had to create a plan that resonated in every jurisdiction in the region.” Developing a new 10 year vision, TOTA had to take a hard look at the past tourism practices and how people outside of the region view the area. Focus sessions were held in Vancouver, Cal-


TOURISM operators in Lake Country, such as Gray Monk Winery, are being

asked to work together over the next 10 years to increase the number of tourists coming to the Thompson Okanagan region. gary and Seattle, asking them about the perception of the area. “We asked people their perception of the region for the past 15 years and the first word to come out of their mouths is that it’s hot,” says Mandziuk. “They don’t think of us as anything more than a place to go to the beach. We need to change their image. We need to deepen the story as to what we stand for as a region be-

cause we know we stand for a helluva lot more than it’s hot.” Another area TOTA looked at was revenue and Mandziuk says despite the fact that revenue was on the rise, 80 per cent of the money made in tourism is being made in just a four month period, leaving tourism operators not much chance to keep employees on during the soft, shoulder seasons. “The industry has

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been plagued by the that it is extraordinarily seasonal,” says Mandziuk. “It’s not sustainable in the sense that you can’t keep your labour year round, you can’t get funding from the bank for an expansion because they don’t know if you can pay your mortgage. We need to change the way we are doing business and that is by creat-


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Commercial retail complex at Hwy 97 & Oceola enters political process KEVIN PARNELL A parcel of land in Lake Country is back

before council with a new development that, if approved, will bring a comprehensive retail and

commercial office development to the corner of Highway 97 and Oceola Road.

Lake Country council gave first reading to a zoning amendment that would allow for the de-

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benefit from proper development. He also said several quonset huts have already been removed from the parcel of land that. Lake Country Coun. Jamie McEwan said it’s an interesting proposal that raises several questions that council and residents of the district will have to ponder as the proposal moves its way through the approval process. “I do have some concerns about the long term impacts,” said McEwan. “This is the kind of thing that people in the community would utilize not only to work in but to shop locally. At the same time I’m concerned that we are attracting people to Lake Country only to have them drive through it.” In the end council gave the zoning amendment first reading as it waits to hear more information including information from a traffic impact study that has been completed by the developer. A public hearing will also be held prior to any approval.

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So much for tourists to enjoy TOURISM FROM A1 ing experiences.” Mandziuk says that by creating experiences that tourists want and marketing those experiences to a specific consumer, the region will become known for more than just heat in the next 10 years. In the end, TOTA believes that the key is having everyone working

together on changing the way tourists view the Thompson Okanagan will ultimately increase not only the amount of tourists coming to the area, but also increase everyone’s bottom line and extend the tourism season closer to a 12 month of the year industry. “We can’t keep promoting summer, sun and fun,” said Mandziuk.

“While that’s important and we can’t lose that, we need to add a new dimension to our marketing and our product developments. The exciting thing is people are embracing it and that’s because the timing was right. The biggest thing is if we work as a collective around this for the next 10 years our image will change.”


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New roads maintenance contractor The District of Lake Country has awarded a three year roads maintenance contract to a Lake Country business that came in with a bid that was $500,000 under the current roads contractor. Lake Country council approved the awarding of the roads contract to Digg’n 4 U, a local business that bid $914,143 in each of the three years of the contract as opposed to the bid of $1.49 million that the current contractor, HMC Services, submitted. “The prices were quite

different and the local contractor came in much lower,” said Greg Buchholz, DLC operations manager. “It was a good thing because we would have had to look at other ways to deliver the services with the HMC bid.” The current contract for roads maintenance expires at the end of the month before Digg’n 4 U takes over. It will be in the winter months, however, where the new contractor will be tested and Buchholz asked the public for patience this coming winter. “With a new con-

tractor there will be some growing pains they have to go through,” he said. “They have to buy some equipment and they have to learn as they go, especially with snow removal because you get hit with those snow events. So we need a little patience as our contractor gets up to speed on this stuff.” The road contractor is in charge of snow and ice removal, grading and dust control, roadside mowing and street sweeping while the district has taken over many minor aspects of road maintenance such as fix-

ing potholes streetlights and tree removal. Coun. Rob Geier says it’s nice to see a local business get the contract but added he is hoping for a less-than-harsh winter this year. “I am crossing my fingers that this isn’t a bad winter the first year and I appreciate the fact that a local company gets a shot,” he said. “I’m a bit concerned but I see no reason why we shouldn’t give the local contractor the opportunity to prove to us that he can do the job.”

Quote of the week… Speaking on the opening of the Spion Kop trails that underwent some fire mitigation work but are now open to the public, Lake Country Mayor James Baker had this to say to people utilizing trails in the area. “It’s still tick season so make sure you check over each other which is the fun way of looking for ticks.”

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n his autobiography, The Wanderer, former United Church moderator Sang Chul Lee tells of discovering a Christian gospel while in a Mongolian labour camp.

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encountered. And that creates a problem. Because the Christian church insists its core is a real person who suffered, died, triumphed over death, who reveals the true nature of God, and who still lives and moves among us. He’s not just a character in a story. But without that story in the Bible, how could Sang Chul Lee encounter Jesus? My congregation occasionally sings a hymn, “Christ has no body now but ours…” The words acknowledge that Jesus is no longer physically present to meet people directly. So how could strangers like Sang Chul Lee get to know Jesus? Not by attending religious rituals and sacSEE TAYLOR A5

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Things you can’t say in elections A nother election campaign has come and gone, with the ritual posturing of political parties and most news media searching for anything they can portray as a conflict. Now comes the time to wonder why not enough people cared, or informed themselves about the real problems of running this $40-billion corporation called the B.C. government. Why would they, when the whole thing is presented as a combination of beauty contest and sports event, with endless discussion of polls and “attack ads” and who’s ahead and what’s the score? Again we have seen the truth of former prime minister Kim Campbell’s observation that elections are no time to talk about serious issues. Indeed, there are some things you can’t speak of at all. Peace River North MLA Pat Pimm caused

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Tom Fletcher a stir at a candidates’ debate when he referred to constituents’ concerns that disabled children can cause difficulties in classrooms. He didn’t say classrooms should be segregated, although that’s a discussion worth having. He didn’t deny the need for more support for special needs kids. But his opponents immediately portrayed it that way, and media seized on the conflict despite the factual inaccuracy. West Vancouver-Capilano MLA Ralph Sultan had a similar experi-

ence when he referred to his study of poverty in that affluent area. He noted that there was a high correlation between single parenthood and kids in poverty. Picking on single mums, his detractors exclaimed, and that’s what got reported. The B.C. Conservatives kicked their Boundary-Similkameen candidate out of the party because he wrote an article saying women shouldn’t choose to be single mothers. You can talk about child poverty, as long as you only discuss it based on federal statistics that do not measure poverty. Christy Clark started doing this as soon as she became B.C. Liberal leader, one of several issues where she dispensed with the facts and tried to copy a popular NDP stance instead. She was all about families, which can of course be single people, single parents or pretty well anything you want

them to be. In fact the decline of the traditional family and the abdication of responsibility by many parents, fathers in particular, are central factors in the problem of poor and neglected children. But you can’t talk about that, at least not during elections. Whole areas of political discussion have devolved into euphemisms that are chosen because they can’t be defined. Everybody’s in favour of “affordable housing,” for instance. What they won’t admit is that this is code for subsidized housing, because then they would have to talk about how much the subsidy is, and who has to pay for it. Good grief, that might raise the question of whether the state should be taking money away from some people and giving it to others so they can live where they otherwise couldn’t afford to live.

We even have rules preventing the media from reporting polls on election day. People might be influenced by this, you see. If you tell them Party X is far ahead, they might stay home and mow the lawn instead. If you tell them someone is making a comeback, they might change their vote because they want to be on the winning side, or the one that has “momentum.” Just like any other sport. The news media are steadily losing influence with the public. There are many factors involved, including the vast array of information sources that are available at most people’s fingertips. Another factor is treating the public like they’re idiots. Tom Fletcher is legislative reporter and columnist for Black Press and

We want to hear your opinions on issues going on in our community QThe Lake Country Calendar welcomes letters to the editor intended for publication but reserves the right to edit for brevity, clarity, legality, personal abuse, accuracy, good taste and topicality. All letters published remain the property of the the Lake Country Calendar, which is the sole judge of suitability for publication. Pen names will not be used other than in exceptional circumstances, which must first be agreed on by the Lake Country Calendar. Anonymous letters will not be considered for publication. To assist in verification, addresses and telephone numbers must be supplied, but will not be published.

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opinion ▼ TARIFFS

Ottawa won’t support outdated special tax treatments I n the early 1970s, the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD) recommended that developed economies grant autonomous and non-reciprocal tariff preferences to developing countries. This was done in order to increase these countries’ export earnings, promote their industrialization and promote their economic growth. Canada’s General Preferential Tariff (GPT) for developing countries was implemented in 1974.

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Scripture a way that points toward God TAYLOR FROM A4 raments. We re-enact (supposedly) things that Jesus did. But the routine repetition of a rite conveys little of his life, his teaching, his personality. Communion, at most churches, resembles a lineup at a soup kitchen more than a joyous feast of fellowship. Baptism is more likely to invoke images of Chinese water torture or CIA waterboarding than a celebration of birth into a new family. Without the Bible to tell the story of Jesus, the Christian church would not exist. Unfortunately, the actions and attitudes of his most fervent followers could give an utterly misleading idea of his personality. The Jesus that Sang Chul Lee read about showed compassion for all in need, had little patience with rigid rules, and even forgave those who crucified him. But some of his modern followers hate blacks, Hispanics, and gays, denigrate women, love guns and punitive legislation, and despise the environment. Indeed, Kansas ‘Repugnican’ Mike O’Neal claims that a verse in Psalm 109 directs him to pray for his president’s death: “Let his days be few; and let another take his office; May his children be fatherless and his wife a widow.”

That is, I submit, massive misuse of scripture. You can, in fact, support almost any position—from genocide to rape and incest— by quoting the right verse from the Bible. And I suspect that single-minded devotees can similarly distort the scriptures of other faiths. What scriptures do, I suggest, is to differentiate one religion from another. You cannot worship Krishna without reading the Mahabharata. You cannot belong to Islam without learning the Qur’an. Without the Torah, a Jew would be just an ethnic male without a foreskin. Each religion’s scripture defines its own acceptable route towards an encounter with ultimate holiness. Yet paradoxically, you can discover the divine without those scriptures. Many people do. Even some who call themselves atheists. They find God—by whatever name—outside the boxes created by the Bible, the Vedas, the Qur’an, or the Torah. The best any text can do is point towards God. When scripture becomes a barrier that prevents people from seeing beyond its words to its greater truths, we should treat that scripture with scepticism. Jim Taylor is an author living in Okanagan Centre.

aries, including countries like China, India, Brazil and South Korea. To give you an idea of what that means in dollar terms, in 2011 imports under the GPT treatment totalled $15.2 billion.   The global economic landscape has changed considerably since 1974, including significant shifts in the income levels and trade competitiveness of certain developing countries. China, one of the current recipients of the GPT, now has an economy over four times larger than our economy, with a value of $7,318 billion compared to Canada’s $1,736 billion. 

With the program due to expire on June 30, 2014 and in an effort to respond to these changes, Economic Action Plan 2012 announced that the government was undertaking a comprehensive review of the GPT to ensure that this form of development assistance aligned with Canada’s development policy objectives. As such, the government sought consultation on its intention to modify the list of beneficiary countries by withdrawing GPT treatment from countries that: • are classified for two consecutive years as high income or upper-middle income economies

according to the latest World Bank income classifications; or • have a share of world exports that is equal to or greater than one per cent for two consecutive years according to the latest World Trade Organization trade statistics. Despite the partisan outrage that amending the list of countries which receive the GPT is a tax grab, our government has been clear that it is not prepared to support outdated special tax treatments that gives our competitors a distinct advantage over Canadian manufacturers. The remedy, in fact, is for these countries to pursue free trade agree-

ments with Canada, which would provide better tariff treatment than the GPT. As a member of the Standing Committee on International Trade for the past seven years, I can attest to the fact that, through the hard work of our International Trade Minister Ed Fast, Canada remains fully committed to the successful completion of all ongoing free trade agreement negotiations and the active pursuit of new and deeper trading relationships.  As for you the consumer, our government has cut tariffs by almost $600 million in an effort to bring prices of

goods down. In addition, our government has cut taxes over 150 times, saving the average family $3,200 per year. The Opposition can continue to be critical of changes to the GPT, but in doing so they need to explain to local manufacturers in Kelowna-Lake Country and across the country why any government worth its salt would continue to give our major competitors special access to the Canadian market, putting our own Canadian companies and workers at a clear disadvantage. Ron Cannan is the Conservative MP for Kelowna-Lake Country.


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f British Columbians were polled, I expect that we would put texting at the top of the list of dangerous driving activities. I don’t know if scientific studies have been done to compare the distraction of that particular activity with others such as eating, putting on make-up, programming an address into the navigational computer, or that activity my wife wrote a letter to the

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there is not one British Columbian who would disagree, with a straight face, that texting while driving is near the top of the dangerous scale. In fact, I bet that if any political party wanted to score extra points leading up to election day, they could do so by announcing severe penalties for texting while driving. No one would stick up their hand and say, “Hold on, there. That’s unfairly harsh,” like what


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You should have several months of income set aside—or have the ability to borrow at a low interest rate—example being three to four per cent if and when an emergency occurs—and these happen regularly to most people. Review your life insurance and mortgage insurance costs now. If you have mortgage insurance covering your mortgage or line of credit. Talk to a life insurance broker to save money and provide an added layer of financial security for your family with life insurance. A tax refund can help to cover the cost of premiums on a life insurance policy. Providing for dependants, covering taxes on

death, paying off debts, or equalizing an estate are all reasons for purchasing life insurance. Contribute to your RRSP. If you have room to contribute to your registered retirement savings plan, this will provide additional tax savings for next year. Next to paying down bad debt, setting aside money for retirement is your next best option. If you have no debt or minimal debt, contribute to your TFSA. This allows you to benefit from tax free investing. Many Canadian’s are receiving minimal interest on their TFSA—which results in very little value to the consumer. Consider building other forms of equity

with your tax refund. Real estate and private business ownership can increase our equity over our lifetime. A tax refund can contribute to a larger pool of money to build other types of equity. Contribute to an RESP. If you love free money from the government, set aside money for the education of a child or grandchild with your tax refund. These contributions will receive Canada Education Savings Grants (CESGs) from the government. RESP contributions are not tax deductible but will assist children and grandchildren in paying for post-secondary education and will attract the CESG maximums.

Give your money away to your intended (family) heirs now. Gifting your money now allows you to reduce the size of your estate at the time of your death, and reduces taxes and probate fees at that time. The biggest advantage is seeing the gift being enjoyed now during your lifetime. Do you deserve a treat? Then spend the money. When it comes to a tax refund, many people like this option the best. Spending your tax refund may be suitable where you have no bad debt and your retirement savings are in good shape. Doreen Smith is a certified financial planner at r Capri Wealth Mgmt Inc. i


Any distraction is too much distraction while driving HERGOTT FROM A5 were recently over for dinner at our house. The husband, like me, is a recent convert from Blackberry to the iPhone. An operations manager, he has researched, experimented and worked with a number of very interesting applica-


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tions, or apps as they’re called in the smart phone world. My buddy does a lot of driving. The latest app he shared with me is one that allows him to send and receive text messages using voice commands. How brilliant is that! You take one of the most dangerous activities imaginable and make it safe with a simple app. It’s like cell phone use while driving. Recognizing how distracting it is to hold a cell phone up to your ear, our provincial government banned hand-held cell phone use while driving in 2010.  By doing so, the provincial government endorsed having cell phone conversations while driving with the use of a hands free device, which of course is much safer. Regular readers of this column will notice the sarcasm dripping down the page.

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Thanks to a grant from the United States Department of Transportation, a scientific study into the distraction of texting, by hand as well as by using voice commands, has been recently completed by researchers at the Texas Transportation Institute. I would be pleased to e-mail anyone who asks a link to the April, 2013, report. The study, conducted in an actual driving en-

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vironment, concludes that a driver’s reaction time is doubled when distracted by reading or sending a text message. The study demonstrates how texting drivers are less able to react to sudden roadway hazards, and finds that texting impairment is even greater than many experts believed. The “actual driving environment” was a closed course, the driving complexity minimized by using a straight-line course that contained no hills, traffic or potential conflicts other than construction zone barrels. “It is frightening,” the researchers wrote, “to think of how much more poorly our participants may have performed if the driving conditions were more consistent with routine driving.” The kicker—the study found no difference in driver distraction between manual texting and texting using voice commands. Imagine that. Imagine the problem with texting being more about

the brain being occupied and less about holding the device. Gee, I wonder if that is another nail in the coffin of the obvious conclusion that you are just as distracted by a cell phone discussion whether or not your hand is held up to your ear. Is it any wonder that the news reported early this year that the Superintendent of Motor Vehicles was unable to prove that the hand held cell phone ban saved any lives? Of course it hasn’t.  All the ban did was cost British Columbians a lot of money to install hands-free devices.  If anything, it increased the dangerous behaviour of cell phone use while driving by endorsing the hands free method. I feel like a child—screaming and stomping my feet but nobody is listening. This column is intended to provide general information about injury claims. Paul Hergott is a lawyer at Hergott Law in West Kelowna.

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Garment industry needs to rethink production of clothing

“Thrown out with all the rusted, tangled, dented goddamn miseries.”


anadian singer Jann Arden’s lyric came to mind as I read a stack of articles about the garment factory collapse in Dhaka, Bangladesh. More than 600 workers have been killed and more are still unaccounted for. It was a senseless, reckless, negligent workplace tragedy that is just the latest in an ongoing series of such disasters in places far away where clothes are produced for stores located very nearby. Late last year, the Tazreen Fashions Ltd. factory in Dhaka burned down. It produced clothes for a number of well-known North American retailers. It occupied a nine-storey building and employed more than 1,000 low-wage workers. Some 110 bodies were recovered after a fire ripped through the factory, causing panicked workers to leap from high windows in an attempt to escape. Most of the workers were women, most earned less than $40 per month. Bangladesh is now a global centre for clothes manufacturing due to its cheap labour, with many

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popular brands using factories there to produce items for export to western markets. Workplace safety standards can be pathetically low (or non-existent) or simply not enforced. That disaster came on the heels of another fire in a Pakistan garment factory which killed 289 workers and injured 110 more. As for the Tazreen fire, some reports quoted survivors as saying that doors were locked, managers prevented them from leaving the building, the factory had lost its fire safety certification due to a lack of proper safety arrangements and there were, apparently, no emergency fire exits whatsoever. Loblaw, which had some of its Joe Fresh line of products made at the collapsed site in Dhaka,

has come forward with the concept of financial compensation for families of the affected workers. It’s a grisly choice these companies have made, of paying families of dead workers instead of spending money to ensure their safety and welfare in the first place. Loblaw would say, of course, that it never envisioned this sort of a tragedy and, if it had, it would have acted. But anyone with a modicum of knowledge of working conditions in the garment industry in places like Bangladesh would have known such a disaster was inevitable and turning a blind eye isn’t the same thing as innocence. The price of producing clothing at bargain-basement prices in places like Bangladesh seems to be subjecting production workers to bargain-basement conditions.

Wages hover in the range of $2 per day and workplace safety is sacrificed for the cause of production efficiency. There have been too many of these tragedies, too many for our own companies to continue funding that system with their orders and too many for consumers to continue supporting companies like Loblaw with their purchasing. It’s time for corporate leaders in this country, like Loblaw’s chief executive officer, Galen Weston, to become proactive rather than reactive. Investing in workers’ safety is a whole lot better for the corporate brand than paying for their deaths. Weston recently stated, “Our priority is to do what’s right for those affected by the tragedy…” and that Loblaw is sending “senior executives” to Bangladesh to “deter-

mine, to the best extent possible, how to make the biggest difference.” Galen, if you want to make a difference, perhaps start fresh by asking why your company cannot figure out a way for Canadian workers to produce quality clothing at an acceptably low price and, at the same time, receive a decent wage and decent working conditions. Ask yourself why it’s taken for granted that the only equation which produces the desired items at attractive prices is one in which foreign workers are exploited, abused, injured and killed. This country produced the present commander of the international space station. It built a 4,000 kilometre transcontinental railway largely by hand through inhospitable wilderness, over rivers and across mountain ranges.

Canadian soldiers conquered Vimy Ridge when others had failed. Our inventors produced the insulin process, basketball, the heart pacemaker, the snowmobile, standard time, the telephone, the goalie mask, the electron microscope, wireless radio and the Robertson screw. Surely we have the collective know-how to overcome the labour cost disadvantage of manufacturing here at home. There must be production efficiencies which can be devised and exploited to overcome that wage gap, whether they be in sourcing of materials, supply chain management, inventory control, production processes, automation, whatever. Galen, my request is that you spend less time sitting in Canadians’ kitchens chatting with housewives about their dinnertime preferences.

Spend more time thinking about how your company can do its founders, employees, shareholders and customers proud. Figure out how to repatriate a slice of the garment industry so that workers in Canada can earn a wage in a decent setting and so that Canadians can be proud, rather than embarrassed, about the origins of the products you sell. Find a way to show the world that employees in the garment industry (no matter where they live) aren’t doomed to be sacrificial lambs in the production equation. Maybe then, when you’ve shown the way, garment producers in the rest of the world will see that, to stay in business, they’d better start keeping up with those goddamn Canadians. Robert Smithson is an employment lawyer.

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Quality of life greatly enhanced with exercise You can exercise while ill, but W pace yourself e all know that exercise is good for us, but in particular for seniors, it is one of the best things you can do yourself to enhance your quality of life. About 60 per cent of people over age 64 are considered sedentary. An inactive lifestyle causes older adults to lose ground in areas that are important for staying healthy, happy and independent. Don’t worry about exercise being too strenuous—it is actually a greater risk not to exercise. Even moderate physical activity can improve the health of those who are frail or who have diseases that accompany aging. Exercising regularly produces long-term benefits, and improves health for some who already have diseases and disabilities. While surfing the Internet this past week, I

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Bobbi Kittle came across this list of 60 good reasons to exercise and thought I would share with my readers. 60 reasons to exercise: Improves digestion Enhances quality of sleep Prevents or delays many diseases and disabilities Improves body shape Tones and firms muscles Provides more muscular definition Enables weight loss and keeps it off Makes you limber Improves endurance Burns extra calories

Improves circulation and helps reduce blood pressure Increases lean muscle tissue in the body Improves appetite for healthy foods Alleviates menstrual cramps Alters and improves muscle chemistry Increases metabolic rate Enhances coordination and balance Improves posture Eases and possibly eliminates back problems and pain Makes the body use calories more efficiently Lowers resting heart rate Increases muscle size through an increase in muscle fibres Improves body composition Increases body density Decreases fat tissue more easily Makes body more agile Is the greatest body tune-up Reduces joint discom-

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Relief for carpal tunnel stress


he carpal tunnel is a narrow passageway bound by bones and ligaments located on the inside of your wrist. It protects the main nerve to your hand and the tendons that bend your fingers. When there is pressure placed on the nerve, it produces numbness, tingling, pain and over time, loss of strength in the hand, a condition that is known as carpal tunnel syndrome. Pressure on the nerve can stem from anything that reduces the space for it in the carpal tunnel, such as overusing the hand in work, sports and daily activities particularly through repetitive motions, injury to the area, or other health conditions such as rheumatoid arthritis, certain hormonal disorders, or fluid retention during pregnancy. In many cases, carpal tunnel symptoms are actually caused by a nerve compression in the neck rather than by a narrowing of the carpal tunnel. Bad posture, for example, can cause compression of the nerves that run down the arm and eventually pass through the carpal tunnel. In Western medicine, carpal tunnel syndrome is treated with anti-inflammatory drugs or corticosteroids to reduce swelling, with physiotherapy to stretch the ligaments and maintain mobility and muscle strength, with massage for relaxation and—as a last resort—with surgery, to cut the ligament in or-

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Needle Notes der to create more space for the confined structures in the carpal tunnel. In traditional Chinese medicine, as usual, there are many different reasons why a person develops symptoms like those of CTS. There are two organs that are commonly involved in many bone and muscle/sinew problems, the kidney and liver. The kidneys are said to produce marrow and control the strength of the bones. Therefore if the kidneys are strong and healthy, the bones will be also, whereas if the kidneys are weak the bones may also be weak and/or brittle. The liver controls the state of the sinews (muscle and tendons), so if the liver is strong and functioning properly, the sinews will be properly lubricated and nourished to have the capacity to contract and relax in a healthy manner. When a problem arises in a joint, whether due to injury or overuse, the body is normally able to recover and heal the tissues. However, with injuries, what can commonly happen at the initial stage is that the qi and

blood get stuck and no longer circulate through the joint properly, causing pain. If the quality of blood is generally poor, which is common in a liver yin deficiency, the injured site will of course take longer to heal or even fail to heal completely, because the blood doesn’t provide the proper nourishment to heal the weakened area. When injury occurs in the case of overuse of a joint, the kidneys and liver are also involved, because the joint may sustain damage if it isn’t receiving a sufficient quality of nourishment and moistening of qi and blood. With acupuncture we can reinforce the energy of kidneys and liver in order to strengthen the bones, muscles and tendons to allow them to heal properly and prevent future injury. We can also encourage circulation of the stuck energy and blood in order to break up the blockages in the injured area and promote healing. Acupuncture provides relief from pain and inflammation, but also encourages healing to the area and a healthier state of functioning, so that the carpal tunnel area is more able to withstand injury and sustain health during frequent use. James Kaufman is a registered acupuncturist at Okanagan Acupuncture Centre’s new location, 1625 Ellis St. 250-861-8863 www.okanagan

Literally pace yourself by timing physical activities KITTLE FROM A8 How to find a comfortable time limit? Choose an activity; for example, sitting, standing or walking then record/measure the length of time you are comfortably able to do this. Do this at least three separate times in a day and on good days and bad days. Take the average of these times, then deduct a 1/5 of this.

Sitting: Length of time— 1,000 hours 1,500 hours 2,100 hours. Time taken over task—15 minutes 10 minutes 7 minutes Average 32 divided by 3=11 minutes (15+10+7)/3 Less 1/5=9 minutes. Standing: Length of time— 5 minutes, 1 minute, 3 minutes Average 9÷3=3 minutes

Less 1/5=2.5 minutes. Walking Length of time—10 minutes, 8 minutes, 5 minutes Average 23÷3 = 7.6 minutes Less 1/5= 6 minutes. Hope this helps you in managing your pain. Bobbi Kittle is a personal trainer who specializes in seniors. 250-317-3508

A mother’s thought style affects how her kids thinking habits form S ince depression is one of the leading causes of disability worldwide, there is an ongoing quest to better understand the disease. Although understanding and treatment options have improved dramatically over the past few decades, there is still much we simply don’t know. If we could unlock the causes of the disease we would be much better equipped to prevent it. One theory about the cause of depression deals with a person’s cognitive style. Negative belief systems about self, the world, and future could impact the way we interpret life events and ultimately underlie the development of depression. Studies have shown negative cognitive style is associated with current and future episodes of depression. Based on this theory, cognitive behaviour therapy does include cogni-

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Paul Latimer tive style as one of its target areas. Although we may not be able to remove stress and negative experiences from our lives, we could potentially change our interpretation of these events. But where do we get our cognitive style in the first place? Studies have shown there are likely genetic and environmental influences and there has been speculation about the role of maternal modeling on the way our thinking patterns develop throughout our lives, al-

though studies of this have been inconsistent so far. One study published this year in the American Journal of Psychiatry took a closer look at the maternal/offspring connection when it comes to cognitive style. Results showed a positive association between maternal and offspring cognitive styles. Using data from 4,000 mothers in the UK, researchers investigated maternal cognitive style during their pregnancy as well as the cognitive style of their children at age 18. Perhaps it’s not surprising to imagine that the way our mothers thought or interpreted events could have impacted the way we do. For genetic and environmental reasons it makes sense. What the correlation suggests is that if we can help mothers to improve their cognitive style, it could be helpful to both mother and child

in the long run. This study is interesting but raises as many questions as it answers. It is by no means conclusive evidence that it is the mother’s behaviour, as opposed to her genetics, that gives rise to the negative cognitive style. Unfortunately, this type of research is very expensive and since there are no medications involved there is lack of industry funding for such research. For mothers, just one more thing to add to the new-parent preparation handbook—improve your thought habits and you could potentially prevent your children from developing depression when they become adults. 

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Business Dr. Lina Jung Dentist

Dr. Jung has been on a sixteen year journey, taking multiple post-graduate courses in TMJD and craniofacial pain, in seeking out a solution to her own chronic migraines. Hence, she developed a special interest in this field of oral medicine which resulted in referrals of patients from other dentists and physicians. She is also hospital-trained in caring for medically-complex patients, especially in her role as General Dentist Active Staff at the BC Cancer Agency. However, she also enjoys her roots at Winfield Dental Centre, where she does all types of general and family dentistry in addition to cosmetics and orthodontics. She spends her free time skiing and hiking with her husband Dr. Kosar and their three children (in addition to chauffeuring the kids)!

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Mona McKay Owner

Since moving to the community 16 years ago and opening up their family owned and operated pharmacy in 2004 with her husband, Garth, Mona has been an active member in Lake Country’s business community. At Winfield IDA, Mona and her friendly, knowledgeable staff are committed to providing exceptional customer service and are pleased to offer a wide array of in-store services including support stocking fittings, foot-care clinics, vaccinations, and free prescription delivery. Every Thursday is Seniors’ Day at IDA. Mona is committed to supporting the local economy and offers others the option to do the same by providing an exciting selection of giftware, toys & games, and Kodak photo services. She tries to bring in as much “Made in Canada” and local products as possible. Some featured Canadian lines are: “Earthlab Cosmetics”, “Just Paws” Petwear, and “Made with Love” dips and sauces. The giftware department features many new lines, and new product coming in every few weeks. You’ll find something for every occasion! As an Independent USANA Distributor for 18 years, Mona has all the products available in the Consultation Office at the Pharmacy. USANA Health Science is one of the world’s leading companies in the field of Health and Nutrition since 1992. She and Garth are available for consultation by appointment and invite you to check out their website: Mona would like to thank the community of Lake Country for the ongoing support of Winfield IDA Pharmacy. Changes are always happening in this industry, and we are always looking for ways to provide better service to our customers. We will be expanding once more in a few months to meet the needs of the community, and anticipate completion by mid August. Our next event will be our annual Sidewalk Sale running May 17, 18, and 19.


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2013 SALUTE to women in business

Chamber offers help for new business startups Lake Country from Sicamous earlier this year, she said her exIt is an unfortunate reality perience in business was largethat doesn’t have to happen, how ly in the area of corporate sales, people start up a new business but she enjoys the opportunity without a clear understanding of to help other business people in what they’re getting into. so many different realms of the For Corlocal business rine Cross, gencommunity. eral manager of Through the the Lake Counchamber, Cross try Chamber of said Lake CounCommerce, she try business says that scenaroperators can io is more reality benefit from the than a myth. mentorship pro“Doing a busigram, which ofness plan is the be fers the benefit all, end all to startof experience to ing a new busitell others what ness,” Cross said. to watch out for “If you have a proin a new busifessional business ness venture, to plan done, you learn from the know day by day, mistakes and month by month, successes of year by year what others. you’re doing. Cross said Things are always the local chamCorrine Cross, General Manager of the changing, but the ber plans to also Lake Country Chamber of Commerce business plan enoffer ongoing ables you to be workshops that aware of what hurdles may come resource for helping men and deal with issues facing businessyour way.” women enter the business world, es today, such as one planned for Cross says unfortunately, a lot June 4 that deals with promoting with programs that offer busiof people get into business just ness planning advice, courses that your business through email and unaware of all the paperwork other social media campaigns. offer skill upgrades with some that can be involved, from simAs for further education, there registration cost support and ply providing a remittance slip to mentorship from other chamber is provincial funding adminisan employee to dealing with the members. complicated tax. For Cross, who moved to continued page 11 BY BARRY GERDING, EDITOR

“There are so many little things you need to deal with that often nobody gives a second thought to until they get into business.” Cross said the Lake Country Chamber can be a valuable

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Petrina Koltun, Realtor

Royal LePage Kelowna recently held their annual awards presentation for all Realtors that work with their successful brokerage. Petrina was awarded the prestigious Diamond Award for her outstanding year! This sales award is presented to top producing realtors that have placed within the highest 3% of Royal LePage in Kelowna, Lake Country and West Kelowna. In addition to the Diamond Award honour, Petrina was also awarded Lake Country’s Top Producing Realtor for 2012. Petrina attributes her success to the dedicated focus she provides to her valued clients and the advanced skills training provided through Royal LePage Kelowna. Petrina’s award winning year, professional pride, and devotion to client satisfaction has translated into increased success for her business and the clients she represents.

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Courses available for Chamber members “The focus for our chamber through these programs is that we want everyone who starts a new business to succeed and tered through the various B.C. Chambers create a path for how to get there.” On the business plan side, Cross reiterof Commerce that allows business owners with less than five employees to be eligible ated that it takes three to five years to get a business over the for up to $1,500 in startup hump. funding assistance “You need to for additional coursunderstand what es. As for further your target market is “That could be for what you’re sellanything from learneducation, there is ing, and what the ing Excel, to sales plan looks like for and marketing, to provincial funding how to get there. It’s web design and acnot going to happen counting,” Cross administered through in a year,” Cross said. said. The Lake Coun“For women, the various B.C. try Chamber of those sorts of things Commerce office can really help hone Chambers of Commerce is now located on their skills needed to the second floor of run their business in that allows business the Winfield Propartnership with the fessional Building, mentorship program owners with less than 3121 Hill Rd. are all positive first For more infive employees to be steps.” formation, (call Cross added that eligible for up to $1,500 the Lake Country the chamber’s group Chamber of Cominsurance benein funding assistance merce at 250- 766fits also can provide 5670 or check out training resources to for additional courses. the website www.lamanage their busikecountrychamber. nesses more effectcom. ively.



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to women in business

Santana Yunker Manager

Rosie’s Grape Stop, established in 1995, as one of Kelowna’s finest U-Brew/U-Vin wine stores has now expanded to Lake Country. Formerly Cellar Art Wines in the Lakewood Mall, in front of Tim Horton’s, Rosie’s Grape Stop Lake Country is open and ready to make your best summer beverages. We offer a large selection of award winning wines, coolers, ciders and beers, brewed on premise, custom made for you. Family owned and operated, that tradition continues with our daughter Santana managing Rosie’s Lake Country, ensuring the highest quality most affordable wines ever. We invite you to drop in and see how we can make your summer better!

#8-11852 Hwy 97N, Lake Country 250-766-5686 •

Cody Kreklau

Kim Davies Realtor


Cody started working in food & beverage at a young age, when her family owned and operated a small hotel in Alberta. It was the perfect environment for a young, energetic girl to explore her future in the hospitality industry. Cody has traveled extensively throughout Southeast Asia, Australia, and Central & South America acquiring global culinary knowledge while working with diverse cultures and families. Cody met her husband, Chef Jeff Kreklau, while training servers at a restaurant in Edmonton, AB. They discovered they had the same goals for their future, married, and moved to Lake Country, BC in 2009. Their dream of opening a restaurant became a reality, and Routes Grill opened in April 2012 with their partner Chef Michael Coates. Routes Grill prides itself on using local farms, wineries, suppliers and providing top quality service. Routes Grill offers a family friendly atmosphere, seasonal menus, daily features, and outside catering. Cody is a proud mom to her gorgeous 2 year old daughter Blake. Routes Grill is located in Lake Country, BC.

10058 Hwy 97N • 250-766-0777

Lynne Bowsher Certified Iyengar Yoga Instructor

Lake Country’s only fully equipped yoga studio is owned and operated by Lynne Bowsher, a certified Iyengar Yoga instructor who has taught Iyengar yoga in Lake Country for the past 11 years. Lynne has over 3,000 hours of professional development and continues to upgrade her teaching skills to benefit her own personal practice and the progression of her many students. Iyengar Yoga teachers are recognized as the best trained yoga teachers in the world. Lynne has travelled to Pune, India several times to study with the Iyengar family and will make her fifth visit in December this year for her teacher’s 95th birthday celebrations! Nine classes a week are offered at the studio including Gentle, Beginner and Intermediate. Lynne’s passion for her work shines through in her teaching where she encourages her students to do the best they can while sharing the work and inspiration of her teacher B.K.S. Iyengar.

She was raised in Lake Country (back then it was called Winfield!) and moved to the Vernon area shortly after graduating from GESS in 1984. She raised her 3 boys in Vernon until their move back to Lake Country over 3 years ago.  “It’s great to be home again!” As for many REALTORS®, real estate was not her first career.  She has worked in a variety of fields ranging from fire & flood restoration to an employee at the Vernon Jubilee Hospital to a visual language interpreter for OUC Vernon. Her desire for helping people is what drew her closer to a career in real estate and she was hired at Royal LePage Downtown Realty in Vernon BC as front reception-administration for 4 years.  (What better way to learn the ropes than to be working the front lines!)  As the years flew by, her desire to be a REALTOR® became stronger and she became licensed and joined Royal LePage Lake Country over a year ago. Along with her desire to help people she worked in partnership with the Lake Country Volunteer Fire Department in the implementation of the “door to door bag drop off ” for the yearly food drive. The first year it was only done in “the lakes” subdivision where she lives and then the following year it had spread to various other areas. This has been a project near and dear to her heart and with many other REALTORS® and local mortgage brokers becoming involved she hopes that the next food drive in December they will be able to reach even more homes. This has made the pick-up efforts of our fire fighters much faster which leads to more donations. She would like you to know that whether buying a home or selling yours, you will have her undivided attention.  She will work together with you to achieve your goals, and plan a strategy that will accomplish that task.  She is a good listener and believes that communication is of key importance. “I want to assure you that I am committed to providing you with: Excellence in service, Honesty in communication and Integrity in business transactions.

“Simply put... your home is my business!”

A Place for Yoga & Health

#106-2611 Stillwater Way, Lake Country 250-766-3122


Lake Country

#5 - 10058 Hwy. 97, Lake Country Office 250-766-3300 • Cell 250-550-9364 Email:

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The ideal vocation for stress relief

2013 SALUTE to women in business

Darla Cooper Realtor

I have a passion for helping people find that place they can call home! “I find great satisfaction in helping my clients through the process of home buying. It can be exciting and nerve wracking all at once; I bring experience and perspective to the table. I love being able to simplify the process and help my clients feel confident in their choices. That is why I became an Accredited Buyers Representative . I am able to provide the highest service and best representation possible.” I know firsthand the positive benefits of home ownership. As an experienced property owner and investor, I believe in the prosperity real estate can create. If you are considering the most significant financial decision you can make, I have the knowledge, experience and training you can trust. Whether buying or selling call me “Because Your Move Matters!” Accredited Buyer Representative 250-215-3315

Lorraine Pelletier

Equine Canada Certified Western Coach & owner of Tranquille Farms

As a Certified Coach, Lorraine safely teaches and enables students to enjoy all levels of Western riding. Realizing the need for safer riding horses, Lorraine continued educating herself in many training methods offered in the equine industry today, only to discover the horses have the best results with the Monty Robert’s concepts. In the spring of 2009, Lorraine graduated the Monty Roberts Introductory Course & continues effective, non-violent advanced training methods and shares her skills and experience with all disciplines, breeds, ages, and levels. Horses with abuse or remedial issues come to experience intrinsic training concepts and rebuild the trust they lost. People come to live the joy of balanced communication and renewed partnership; the proof is in the horse! Safe techniques and effective skills are gained from lessons, training sessions and clinics offered throughout the year. We recognize the need for safe horses, willing partners and skilled riders. Lorraine is now the Okanagan’s “Manure Maven”! She offers workshops and on-site consultations to show you how to compost... and turn your manure into Black Gold! You’re invited to our farm to experience positive results. We work with horses and people, too.

Tranquille Farms

11183 Bond Road, Lake Country 250-766-1975

Sarah Fraser Crave Fitness Owner/Operator

Sarah Fraser has been working in the fitness industry for nearly a decade. Her passion and dedication to teaching and training began with the martial arts when she was 15, and over the years has evolved, leading to certifications in yoga, weight training, personal training, sport specific training and, of course, kickboxing. Her time spent working with a variety of fitness levels and age groups have given her the skill to accommodate multi level classes. Sarah has a down to earth personality, but is not afraid to push her clients when they are straying from their goals or need to be challenged. Sarah Fraser opened Crave Fitness an inviting community-based studio, open to all levels of fitness, in February of 2010. Crave Fitness offers a selection of fitness and yoga classes that will challenge, inspire and motivate you to take it to the next level. Ground yourself in a Yoga class, amp up your cardio in Out Door Boot Camp, or sweat it out during Kickboxing. The Studio also offers personal training and private group training that comes to you. Challenge your friends to join you for private group training sessions that will have you looking your best this summer or enjoy training one on one in the comfort of your own home.

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Some 25 years ago, Joanne Van Ee decided to learn about yoga. From that introduction to yoga in her first class, the Lake County resident has become a devoted practitioner and instructor of yoga, teaching classes at the Okanagan Centre hall in the hopes that others will see the physical and psychological benefits that she has experienced. “Thinking back on it, I don’t really know why I started doing yoga. I just did it. I went to yoga classes in Vancouver and I began going twice a week as I quickly noticed how great it made me feel,” said Van Ee, who works as a special needs assistant for the school district when she is not teaching yoga. She says for people feeling the stress of running their own business or the stress of day-to-day family life in our busy world today, we all need to have an outlet to relieve ourselves from the physical and mental stress that we subject ourselves to. “I sense a growing need for people to be more aware of how we work and how our bodies function, and how our minds can help us to reduce our stress level. I think a lot of my clients come to my class for that reason, to reduce their stress and get the kinks out,” Van Ee said.

“We start to get stiffer as we get older so it’s very helpful for everyone to loosen up. We carry a lot of tension within our body through our minds…it just gets logged in there. Yoga really helps release that.” She feels yoga has gained popularity because it can be done at home on a daily basis, and the classes are done in a welcoming and supportive environment. She enjoys teaching her 90-minute classes at the Okanagan Centre hall for those reasons. because it’s more informal and less possibly intimidating than a studio or yoga centre, and “we laugh a lot.” “The practice of yoga teaches us to live from our hearts and with the wisdom of our experience. Our teachers are encouraged to do the same which means that when you come to our classes you will be introduced to different and unique styles of teaching and approaches to the practice of yoga. We hope this will enable you to find a class, a teacher and a style that resonates with you as an individual.” Van Ee is convinced that if everyone in the world practiced yoga, there would be no wars. “I seriously believe that. Yoga would make everyone calm down immensely. That would be quite something.”

Katherine Enger Registered Massage Therapist

I am excited to offer my practice of Registered Massage Therapy in Lake Country, B.C. since fall of 2012. I have lived in and feel very blessed to call the Okanagan Valley home for over 30 years. A graduate of the three year/3000 hour program of Okanagan Valley College of Massage Therapy, this education is considered to be among the highest standard of training for RMT’s in North America. I am committed to providing holistic, therapeutic massage with a safe, caring and professional approach to address pain management, rehabilitation, working toward restoring and maintaining optimal health and pain free function in the body. My training includes a variety of modalities to address soft tissue and musculoskeletal concerns such as low back pain, sprains, strains, whiplash, tension headaches, overuse conditions such as tendinitis/bursitis, and frozen shoulder. Also many common conditions such as arthritis and fibromyalgia that can relate to postural and joint dysfunction. Relaxation massage with Swedish techniques can relieve the general stresses of daily life and help to re-establish the mind/body connection. Registered Massage Therapy is reimbursed through many Extended Health Care plans and most do not require a doctor’s referral. I am an approved service provider for Medical Services Plan (MSP) of B.C., which offers premium assistance for up to ten sessions per year, if guidelines are met. I am also an approved service provider for Insurance Corporation of British Columbia (ICBC) claims, Veteran Affairs (DVA) and the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP). I look forward to working with you, to facilitate an avenue of growth and or change as you reach toward your goal of optimal health and wellness. Call to book your appointment today!

“It is Health that is real wealth, not pieces of gold and silver” Mahatma Gandhi #122 – 3121 Hill Road, Winfield Professional Building Lake Country • 250-306-1019 • GIFT CERTIFICATES AVAILABLE

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Finding a home in the real estate world trying to drink from a fire hose. EveryReal estate has been a big part of Darla thing is coming at you at once and hapCooper’s life since her mid-20s when she pening so quick,” she laughs. bought her first property while living in “When you walk in that door every day, Saskatchewan. you never know what you will be dealing In the years since, Cooper real estate with that day.” experiences have travCooper says she elled with her to the compares her early Okanagan in 1996, days with Real Execbuying a flipping utive has like trying to homes, developing a control an octopus, deWhile on the surface commercial building, veloping a contact list owning rental properfor buyers and sellthe real estate game ties and now working ers, and actually going as a realtor. through the sometimes might seem like a While on the surcomplicated and emoface the real estate tional process of buylucrative venture for a game might seem like ing or selling a home a lucrative venture for on behalf of client. woman or man to get a woman or man to “There are so many into as a career... go get into as a career, things that play into a Cooper cautions anyreal estate deal that it into it with your eyes one to go into it with can be complicated.” your eyes wide open. Cooper says selling wide open. “It’s like anything houses is not the kind else, you get into it of career that often what your put into it,” goes well with raising a she says. young family, because Cooper agrees with of the demands of the the assessment of her Realty Executive of- job and of clients. fice partner Cam Manning in how he de“It works well as a career and what I scribes life as a realtor, especially when just like about it is the flexibility it gives you to starting out. “He compared walking in the door to continued page 14 BY BARRY GERDING, EDITOR



2013 SALUTE to women in business

Pam Thompson

BN, MSc, CEO Creative Life Coaching Inc. & President of Global Village Consulting

Pam has over 20 years of experience as a consultant, professional facilitator, qualitative researcher; and has been certified as a life and business coach since 2009. Pam brings to her coaching a diverse background as a nurse, university professor, consultant and project manager in Canada and internationally in such countries as Afghanistan, Colombia, Nigeria, Pakistan and Russia. Creative Life Coaching (CLC) specializes in supporting women in life transitions including making career decisions and changes, during health challenges/crises such as cancer or “burnout” and through separation and divorce. Results include gaining clarity, inner calm and empowered decisions that lead to more balanced, fulfilling, healthy and happy lives. CLC provides coaching to individuals and groups/teams (in person and via Skype or telephone), as well as assessments, workshops and educational programs tailored to their unique needs. Through Global Village Consulting, Pam designs and facilitates multistakeholder meetings, workshops and consultation processes (e.g. strategic and operational planning) and designs and implements projects, programs and educational courses and workshops. She promotes and supports the building of cultures of collaboration and enjoys working with participatory processes.

Creative Life Coaching Inc. & Global Village Consulting • • 250-766-9011

Kathryn Battrum

Cachet Hair Studio

Notary Public

Born in Vancouver, but a long-time resident of Ontario and Saskatchewan, Kathryn is very happy to be ‘home’ again. After a long career working for industry and government (IBM, Health, Hydro and Education), Kathryn is looking forward to her career as a Notary, after having taken a Master’s degree from Simon Fraser University as well as practical training from the Society of Notaries Public of British Columbia. All this will help her to assist with taking care of the needs of individuals in the community. While Kathryn is qualified to convey properties as well as all of the other services that a B.C. Notary can provide, she is focused on Wills and Estate Planning, Representation Agreements and appropriate Executorship for estates. In addition to her interests in this area, Kathryn is passionate about animals – having two horses and two dogs. There is a need for pet-lovers to document their intentions for their pets if something happens to them. Recent changes in B.C. legislation have broadened the options for managing for your pets’ care while you manage your own. When not studying or working, Kathryn practices container gardening, walks or bikes with her dogs, or grooms and plays with her two Hanoverian horses.


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Cachet Hair Studio: we have a new name and we have a new look. Formerly known as Shear Pleasure Hair Design, this salon has been in Lake Country for over 25 years. Donna, Casey, Nancy, Miriam, Pam & Vicky (missing from pic is Kirsten)

We have had a few changes in ownership and done a few renos along the way. Our goal has always been to create the style that works best for our client. In order to achieve this our staff attend ongoing education on a regular basis. Everything from precision cutting classes, colour correction seminars, hair shows, and in-salon training. We believe in the importance of staying on top of the latest trends and techniques. Working together as a team we pride ourselves on the fact that clients often comment on the friendly, relaxed atmosphere in the salon. In addition to this we use Pravana products which are sulfate and paraben free. The colour line is low ammonia. All this adds up to healthier hair. We strive to give our clients a great salon experience!

Winfield Shopping Centre 4 - 10051 Hwy 97, Lake Country 250-766-2340

Petrina Koltun Owner, DreaMotion Dance

This year’s 12th Annual DreaMotion Dance Showcase Performance was another overwhelming success! Petrina Koltun, owner of DreaMotion Dance and Showcase Director, is excited about the two sold out performances held at Creekside Theatre on March 2 and 3 and points out that more surprises were in store for the audience again. “This year, we highlighted dancers - ages three and up - in ballet, tap, contemporary, jazz, hip-hop and breakdancing,” said Petrina. “We also hosted the Kelowna Rock School to have three bands perform at the Dance Showcase and had special guest performances by the Okanagan Sun Cheerleaders and the Soul Sikk Breakdance Group.” Petrina also points out that the energy and level of excitement for this year’s Dance Showcase is the best she’s seen and attributes the rave reviews from the performance to the hard work and dedication of all of her teachers, students and parents.

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2013 SALUTE to women in business

Joanne Van Ee Okanagan Centre Yoga

I have been teaching yoga at the Okanagan Centre Hall for nearly 5 years. I took my 200 and 500 hour teacher training from Trinity Yoga Centre in Kelowna. There are many reasons to incorporate yoga into your routine, perhaps for relaxation, rehabilitation or a desire for greater strength and flexibility. With the aches and pains of life, yoga became a necessity for me, which then became a passion that I wanted to share. I enjoy helping people learn to become more aware of their bodies and minds, how to achieve proper alignment and how to deeply relax. My yoga studies continue with training from a variety of world renowned instructors, bringing diversity and knowledge into each class. Yoga is a wonderful practice which can be beneficial for anyone from all walks of life and ages. The classes are informal, informative and fun. Okanagan Centre Hall is a great place to come for yoga with its heritage charm and beautiful setting by Okanagan Lake.

Okanagan Centre Yoga • 250-766-0393

Sherri Williams Owner

Lake Country Building Centre, carrying on family traditions. Sherri, along with her family, had long sought to bring their building supply experience to Lake Country. The purchase of Lake Country Builders Mart in 2005 has allowed that vision to become a reality. Sherri was born and raised in Kelowna, has the building supply industry in her blood, having 27 years of experience in the family business. Handling the accounting and administration aspects of the business can be demanding in this fastpaced, male-dominated industry. However, with up-to-date technology and computerization, payroll to inventory remains accurate and on time.Sherri and her husband Keith became sole owners of Lake Country Building Centre in 2011 and between them have 54 years of experience in this industry. In May 2013, Sherri became the Vice President of the Lake Country Chamber of Commerce. She has always found volunteering very rewarding and with her 2 children grown and away from the house, it was a good time to bring her business knowledge to another volunteer position.

Lake Country Building Centre 3223 Woodsdale Rd., Lake Country • 250-766-2118

Watch the market start your day.” After the boom years in real estate locally between 2005 and 2008, the real do what has to be done, but my kids are estate market has nosedived in activity grown now so that makes it easier to deal and housing prices have fallen, but Coopwith the demands.” er says there are positive signs of a resurWhen Cooper and her husband first gence in the market. moved to Lake Country, her focus was on But she warns home buyers longing for buying and flipping homes. the prices of six to eight years ago to not She then decided to buy a 4-plex and expect to see that again in the foreseeable subdivide and sell the units separately. future. After that experience, Cooper then “People just have to face the reality and bought a property with an old home on let it go. The market determines what the it and converted pricing of homes it into a comis based on supmercial buildply and demand, ing development and what people in Vernon, findcould get for a ing it all an eduhome in 2007 cation in the difor 2008 is not ferent governwhere the market ment regulations is today,” Coopand legal processer says. es that have to be She says those carried out. days were a per“That was all fect storm in the very interestCentral Okaing for me to nagan real estake on but it tate market-dewas frustrating at mand was escalthe same time,” ating housing Cooper recalls. prices, the banks Cooper said were offering up she was apto 35-year mortproached about gages, interest the idea of berates were dropcoming a real esping and there tate agent, based was a collective on her past exfeeling among periences. many buyShe passed the ers then was the realtor’s exam in time to get into 2007, which in the market. B.C. allows you “Those were to sell real estate crazy times in anywhere in the real estate but province. were not likely But she and to see that come Darla Cooper in her Realty Executive her husband had back anytime no thoughts of office in Lake Country. soon,” she says. leaving Lake She says the Country, which she feels is an ideal comlesson from that experience for home munity for combining being close to buyers who bought high and watch the shopping amenities in Vernon or Kevalue of their homes drop is to always lowna, but still being able to enjoy a small have an exit plan. town, rural lifestyle. “You never know what will come down “Even if you are commuting to Vernon the road, good or bad,” says Cooper, sayor Kelowna, there is no comparison to the ing you have to be prepared for those condrive up the highway in either direction sequences when deciding whether or not along the lakes compared to what people to buy a particular house. deal with in Vancouver. It’s a great way to “You have to plan for the unexpected.”

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Nadine Westgate Realtor

As managing broker of Realty Executives of the Okanagan, Nadine recognizes that we live in a “connected” world… and that IT’S TIME TO RECONNECT. The current economy combined with our fast-paced world of new technology has forever changed consumer behavior. Realty Executives is aware of the cultural shift and, with our long history of innovation, we are poised once again to revolutionize the industry with the right tools to stay ahead of marketing trends through emerging technologies. As such, Realty Executives has launched executive web connect platforms and, as well, we have offered a mobile connectivity platform and proudly utilize local businesses to help facilitate these technologies. An international organization, we offer a full service brokerage with centrally located offices in Kelowna, Vernon and a presence in Lake Country, and are moving towards an expansion into West Kelowna. Realty Executives is differentiated with innovation and integrity as a basis, truly reflective of the Okanagan’s entrepreneurial nature and spirit. We look forward to serving you.

212-1980 Cooper Road, Kelowna or call us at 250-861-5122 or email or visit

Cheryl Fendley (Receiver), Rhonda Josifov (Retail Sales, A/P)

Linsey Farkas (Cashier)

Yvonne McIsaac (Cashier), Vanessa Wostradowski (A/R), Heather Hart (Paint Department)

Friendly smiles, attention to detail and genuine customer service are what this group of ladies bring to Lake Country Building Centre. With the business open seven days a week, experience and versatility are a must in the hardware industry. Be it mixing paint, receiving and displaying inventory, or taking payments, this team strives to make your visit to Lake Country Building Centre a pleasant shopping experience. Combined these ladies have an amazing 55 years experience in the Building Supply Industry. They are all an integral part of our team that keeps the business operating day to day and working hard to make it successful.

Lake Country Building Centre 3223 Woodsdale Rd., Lake Country • 250-766-2118

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Lorraine Pelletier has made it her life’s journey to work with horses Whether it is rescuing them from bad owners, overcoming some harsh training techniques that have damaged the well being of the horse or educating others on how to better relate to their own horse, Pelletier herself continues to educate herself about the many training methods used in the equine industry today. “This is what I do for a living,” Pelletier says. “I am self employed and my job is to help horses and help people, it’s kind of a combined thing.” Pelletier was around horses when she was growing up in Salmon Arm. “I competed in gymkhanas, barrel racing, western pleasure and trail riding events, starting out young and into my teen years.” She got married and moved to the Yukon, where she lived on a farm for several years until they moved back to Salmon Arm and then eventually to Lake Country. As a Equine Canada Certified Western Coach, Pelletier is accredited to teach all levels of Western riding. But her desire to learn more about how to better relate to horses introduced her to Monty Roberts, who she calls one of the original “horse whisperers.” In the spring of 2009, Pelletier graduated from the Monty Roberts Introductory Course that promotes non-violent horse training methods, where horses with abuse and remedial issues can come to experience intrinsic training concepts from someone like Pelletier and rebuild the trust they have lost. Pelletier says Roberts has developed techniques that enable the horse to be a willing partner in what the owner wants,

and not having that relationship be imposed by violent or punishing means. “When you have horses that have been effectively trained using Roberts’ techniques, when you enter a paddock the horses all want you to ride them, and they feel you are communicating with them, not forcing them to do something they want,” she says. “It’s all about training a willing partner.” During the winter months, Pelletier spends more time away from her Tranquille Farms farm base, traveling to California where she works on a rescue operation for abused horses. She has also expanded her interests at her Bond Road farm to take on healthier pasture management techniques, earning her the nickname of the “Manure Maven.” Pelletier says dealing with manure for animals and turning it into Black Gold with the benefits of composting is not a difficult task, just looking at new ways to manage the land. “It just takes a little bit of tweaking in habits on how to manage pasture land that will be better for the land, the soil and the environment for the community in general. We all share the same water sources and the same water table, so when they get contaminated it effects us all,” says Pelletier, noting the problems experience in nearby Coldstream when the local drinking water supply fell below acceptable health standards. For more information about Tranquille Farms, check out the website

Lorraine Pelletier operates Tranquille Farms in Lake Country, an Equine Canada Certified Western Coach horses.



2013 SALUTE to women in business

Monique Kaetler Realtor

Living in the Kelowna area for 20 years, I have witnessed the growth of the city. I experienced the threat of fires on our homes and watched in dread with neighbors as the beauty of the Okanagan landscape was engulfed in flames. I witnessed a community reach out and draw closer to help their neighbours, friends, strangers and animals. As a former regional buyer, I have extensive experience in managing projects, including analyzing, reviewing, processing and complying with all regulations. My past experience required me to travel most back roads of the Okanagan and all the main roads. In short, I know the area and can find that special quality that you are looking for in a home. With over 15 years managing projects, I understand that my primary responsibility, in all cases, is simple - to satisfy the client. As a Century 21® Real Estate professional, I am dedicated to providing you with the highest quality service possible. My personal knowledge of the local Real Estate market is combined with the power of the Century 21 brand - the most recognized name in Real Estate today. Let me assist you in finding your dream home, in a neighborhood that is right for you, and in the price range you want. Or if you are interested in selling a property, I also have the expertise to help you get the fastest sale possible and at the best price. I look forward to the opportunity of working with you!


Heather Cote Owner

After 25 years of caring for seniors and children with special needs, Heather decided to retire. Shortly after on March 3, 2013, Heather became the new owner of Then and Now Fashion Boutique located at Harvest Centre Mall in Lake Country, BC. Then and Now Fashion Boutique offers high end new and used fashions for women at reasonable prices. As well, Heather offers an eclectic array of items including classic, casual and vintage jewelry and a wonderful selection of accessories including shoes, handbags, scarfs, hats and so much more. Heather is now the Okanagan wholesaler of Spa One and Cuccio nail products for licensed nail professionals. Upon entering Then and Now Fashion Boutique, you will be greeted with a smiling face and a vivacious personality. Although the boutique is small in size it is large in a variety of items to choose from for all ages. Stop in today to meet Heather and her staff ; you will be happy you did! Join us on facebook at “Style is a way to say who you are without having to speak”

Then and Now Fashion Boutique

2-10074 Highway 97, Lake Country 778-480-4944 •

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Dawn Brule Advertising Consultant

Dawn is an Advertising Consultant with the Lake Country Calendar, a Black Press newspaper. Since March 2013, Dawn has been assisting the businesses of Lake Country and surrounding areas with their advertising needs. She began her career in the industry in Vernon with The Morning Star and has over 11 years experience. As an Advertising Consultant with the Lake Country Calendar, Dawn has the ability to offer advertising options to her clients locally and throughout the Black Press newspapers including throughout BC, Alberta and even farther. Dawn prides herself on her customer service and going the extra mile for her clients. The people that Dawn interacts with each day can expect honesty, sincerity and respect. By recommending and creating advertising campaigns for her clients, Dawn feels that her client’s success is her success. As each business is different, so must be their advertising needs; Dawn treats each business as if it were her own. Feel free to contact Dawn to discuss advertising options for your business for today and in the future.

250-766-4688, ext. 7269

Women in Business 2014

Were you unable to participate in this years’ Women in Business feature in the Lake Country Calendar? If so, please e-mail your contact information to to be included in this annual feature for 2014.

Jessica Webber Hair Stylist / Barber

Jessica Webber has been in the hair industry for almost 10 years. Her passion for her work is the driving force behind her creations. About 5 years ago she decided to extend her skills as not only a hair stylist but a barber as well. Training under Ralf Winolfski she successfully tuned in her men’s haircuts as well as learned the art of the highly sought after straight shave. With two young children and a busy schedule Jessica decided that when she opened Bounce Hair Lounge she would make it easy for families to have their hair tended to. Bounce Hair Lounge offers all the necessities for men women and children including a large play area for children and a comfortable lounge setting for the adults. Jessica is always researching and learning new ideas and designs to offer her clients to keep current with the newest looks and trends. These skills combined with her outgoing and welcoming attitude and love for her community are what help her be the best in her industry and unique to her community.

#12 - 11392 Lodge Road, Lake Country 778-480-3551

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Housing sales in Central Zone, including Lake Country, up in April The Okanagan Mainline Real Estate Board reported April 2013 sales activity of all MLS property types improved over the same month last year as the housing market showed signs of strengthening moving into spring. “Following fairly flat first quarter results province-wide, during April the Okanagan-Shuswap market saw a bounceup in sales and consumer demand compared to this time last year,” said Karen Singbeil, a Shuswap realtor and president of the Okanagan Mainline Real Estate Board. “Although 2013 had a sluggish start, sales in our board area have seen steady improvement month-over-month, and are currently up yearover-year. “We hope this positive trend continues going forward as buyers and sellers take advantage of the spring market activity.” Due to the divergence in OMREB’s three market areas, sales activity tends to vary among property types zone by zone, Singbeil noted. “While the Central Okanagan and Shuswap experienced an uptick in April, the North Okanagan remained relatively flat and saw minimal gains.” Region-wide (Peachland to Revelstoke) showed a 28 per cent improvement over March (485 units), while overall sales in OMREB’s board area during April improved by 15.6 per cent compared to 2012 —to 621 units



from 537. However, board-wide sales year-to-date dipped 2.4 per cent compared to the first four months last year (to 1,765 from

sales in the Central Zone were up 19.1 per cent to 406 units from 341 in 2012. Year-to-date, unit sales remained the same as for January through April last year at 1,190 units. Total residential sales for the month improved 15.6 per cent to 371 units compared to 321 last year. Single family home sales in April jumped 20.7 per cent from 2012 (to 216 units from 179). The 1,062 new listings taken during the month remained similar to 2012



1,809). Total residential sales for the month rose 13.4 per cent to 560 units compared to 494 in April 2012. The sale of single-family residential homes was up 12.8 per cent compared to last year at this time (to 327 units from 290).  While the 1,855 new listings taken board-wide for the month dropped 1.4 per cent from 1,881 last year, inventory in April was down 4.8 per cent to 8,498 from 8,926 in 2012.


During April, overall

(1,060), with inventory for the month down 8.5 per cent to 4,524 units from 4,943 last April.


Overall sales for April in the North Zone showed a nomin-



al improvement over last year—up 2.9 per cent to 140 units from 136 in 2012. Year-to-date, sales were down 10.9 per cent compared to the first four months of 2012 (to 377 from 423).   Total residential sales for the month rose 5.7 per cent over last year to 130 units versus 123 in April 2012.  Single family home sales were down 13.3 per cent to 72 units compared to 83 last year at this time.  While inventory for April dipped 1.6 per cent to 2,329 from 2,366 in 2012, the 478 new listings taken for the month remained at the 2012 level (477).

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During April, overall unit sales in the Shuswap-Revelstoke Zone improved 25 per cent at 75 units compared to 60 in 2012. Year-to-date, sales were at the same level as January through April 2012 (195 units). Total residential sales for the month were up 18.0 per cent to 59 units from 50 last year.  Single family unit sales for the month improved 39.3 per cent with 39 units compared to 28 in April 2012.  While new listings taken in the Zone dropped 8.2 per cent over last April (to 315 from 343), inventory rose 1.6 per cent to 1,638 from 1,612 during the same month in 2012. “Now is a good time to buy—especially while interest rates remain at historic lows,” Singbeil added.



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•ATTENTION GRADUATING STUDENTS Spring of 2013 financial assistance, and students that are residents in the District of Lake Country only. St. Edwards Men’s Association is pleased to announce post secondary educational bursaries for students in need. Deadline for submissions June 7, 2013. Applications may be picked up from the President of the St. Edwards Men’s Association, Kevin Stang, at 2139 Amundsen Rd., Lake Country. Phone first before pickup (250)766-4123 and must be returned to the same. Note: we are non-profit organization and have been presenting bursaries for the past 22 years. If you have any questions please give me a call at (250)766-4123. Kevin Stang, President, St. Edwards Men’s Association. •ThE LADIES Of ThE WINfIELD COmmUNITy ChURCh will hold their Annual Strawberry Tea, Bake Sale and Craft Sale Sat., May 25 1pm-3pm in the Winfield Community Church, 9640 Glenmore Road, Winfield. Everyone welcome. •OKANAGAN CENTRE hALL Sun., May 26, 2pm-4pm. “Come & Go Tea”. Come celebrate Mrs. Anne Land’s 99th birthday. •ANNUAL GENERAL mEETING June 5 at 1pm at the Lake Country Seniors’ Centre welcomes everyone.If you would like to know how and what the centre is about this is the place to be. The directors are in attendance and would be happy to answer any questions you have or if you have some new ideas we could use to utilize the centre more we would appreciate hearing them. •NEW ExERCISE GROUpS fOR SENIORS to help people keep in shape for the summer. Boomer Blast will be on Tuesdays from 8:30am to 9:30am, which is more physical, Fridays 3:45pm to 4:45pm. Get up & go from Tuesday 9:45am to 10:45am and Friday 5pm to 6pm. This is some chair exercises for those that have more trouble moving. Lake Country Seniors’ Centre. •ANNUAL GENERAL mEETING of Lake Country Seniors Bus Society Wed., May 22 at 10am at the Seniors Centre. •LC SENIOR BUS SChEDULE. Tues., May 21, 28 Wheels to Meals Lunch. Fri., May 17 Mini Mystery Trip. Sat., May 25 Vernon Pancake Breakfast, Shopping, Davison Orchards. Fri., May 31 Old Time Fiddler Concert - Rutland. To reserve a seat on bus please phone Marg 250-766-3227 or Marian 250-861-4131. •LAKE COUNTRy BUSINESS CONNECTIONS meets monthly in the boardroom of the TD Bank Lake Country Branch. This is an opportunity for local business people to meet, share business ideas and concerns, and to provide motivation to each other. Referrals are also shared. Membership is free and is limited to one person per business category. Meetings are at 6pm on the 3rd Thursday of each month. For details contact Tom Cockrell 250-766-1515, or Cleo Ruffle 250-548-4070. •LINE DANCING CLASSES for advanced beginners to intermediates from 10-11:45 am every Wednesday until the end of June at Holiday Park Resort’s recreation centre, on Commonwealth Road (turn at the sailboat). Twoonie donation. Call Doreen 250869-8446. •ROyAL CANADIAN LEGION 189 LADIES AUxILIARy - Notice of Cribbage Tournament on last Sunday of each month. Get your name on the list by phoning the Legion after 3pm. Registration is at 9am. Games begin at 10 am sharp. $26 per team and lunch is included. •BINGO-TWICE mONThLy BINGOS will be held at the Lake Country Seniors’ Centre. Bingo begins at 1:30pm, doors open at 12:30pm. Everybody welcome but must be 19 to play. Bus service is also available in Lake Country if there are enough people wanting it. For info call Marg Fyfe one week before the bingo at 250-766-3227. Bingos are held on the second and fourth Sunday of each month and sponsored by the Lake Country Seniors’ Centre Society. •LAKE COUNTRy yOUTh SOCCER ASSOC. Registration ongoing. For info check out or call 250-766-0602. •WINfIELD UNITED ChURCh ThRIfT ShOp (3571 Woodsdale Road), is open from Tues. to Sat., 10am to 2pm for shopping and donation drop-off. 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TWO FULL time positions available immediately for an Import Auto dealer in the interior of BC. Service Advisor minimum 2-3 years experience. Apprentice or Journeyman Technician- Both applicants must have good attitude, quality workmanship. Email

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District of Kitimat, full time permanent, wage range $37.01 $44.78, over two years. Civil Technologist diploma required. Reporting to the Technical Services Manager, duties include a variety of infrastructure investigations, surveying, design, contract preparation, inspection and material testing on projects related to the municipality’s water, sewer, drainage and transportation systems. Candidates should be proficient in using electronic survey equipment, computer assisted design using AutoCad 3D, and MS Office. Valid BC driver’s license required. Submit resumes by May 31, 2013, 4:30 pm, to Personnel, District of Kitimat, 270 City Centre, Kitimat, BC, V8C 2H7, Fax (250) 632-4995, or email


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DUNGATE, EARL Passed away May 8, 2013 at the age of 80. Survived by his daughters Teresa (Jim) Davis, Theo Bradley, sons Don (Nicky) Dungate, Scott Dungate, grandchildren Kelly, Darcy, Tyler, Greg, Maddy sister, Betty (Gordon) Smith, brother Jack Dungate, sister-in-law, Patricia Dungate and nieces and nephews. Sadly predeceased by his wife Marge, father George, mother Sarah and his brother Bob. Earl was born in Vernon. Throughout his life Earl was a staff sergeant with the RCMP as well as an orchardist in the Okanagan. A Celebration for Earl’s Life was held on Tuesday, May 14, 2013 at 4:00 pm Springfield Funeral Home, 2020 Springfield Road, Kelowna, BC. Condolences may be sent to the family by visiting 250-860-7077.

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Gwen Steele Natural Gardens need little water were together, not mixed with high water users. One way to find out if plants in your present garden are water-wise is to see if they are in the plant database at www. If you do have a mixture of high and low water users, you might want to create a new garden bed to begin separating them or you could water using a drip system to just water the waterthirsty plants. A third clue would be that your plants were healthy, growing in their desired conditions. They would not have

crispy leaves from getting too much sun or be lanky and leaning toward the sun because they were in too much shade. They would likely be compact and sturdy. Plants that get too much water or fertilizer tend to grow too fast and have weak juicy growth that needs to be staked. That juicy growth is candy to an aphid and other insect pests. Watch for more clues next week. ••• Recently, the Okanagan Xeriscape Association held a very successful, enjoyable xeriscape plant sale. Thanks go to all the volunteers who maintain the garden, to those who helped propagate the plants and prepare for the sale, and the able volunteers at the sale. Thanks also to all who came out to buy plants. Watch for our sale again next spring. The OXA is a not-forprofit organization. Every year since it was formed in 2009, OXA

has been supported by funds from the Okanagan Basin Water Board’s Water Quality Improvement Grants, for which we are very grateful. Each year we work toward being more self-supporting. The money raised at the plant sale, plus sale of OXA memberships, is used to help maintain and upgrade the unH2O Garden and the OXA website and plant database. It also enables OXA to provide free presentations to groups and school classes and guided tours of the garden, as well as written articles such as this weekly column. Gwen Steele is executive director of the non-profit Okanagan Xeriscape Association. Learn more about Gardening with Nature and plants for the Okanagan from the group’s website www.okanagan

your declining mortgage balance. You also have the option of reducing your premiums when the mortgage balance decreases, however, when you are tied to a lender the insurance coverage is for the mortgage balance only and the premiums will remain the same regardless of the balance. If something were to happen to both you and your spouse with an independent the insurance would pay double, not just your mortgage balance as is the case when insuring with the lender. Disability insurance is also available as a typical disability policy will only pay 60 to 70 per cent of your monthly income, so there is still a gap. Coverage will be only for your mortgage payment with a lender, but with an independent you have the option of insuring for a higher monthly amount so you will also be covered for other monthly expenses such as property taxes and basic living expenses.

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What is the best way to deal with injured or orphaned wildlife?

When it comes to wildlife, in most cases leave baby animals alone! Very often, well-meaning rescuers pick up and walk away with healthy infants while the parent animal is nearby watching or foraging. They only need help if they appear to be dehydrated or emaciated, have sunken eyes or a dull coat, are listless or injured or if there is imminent danger from predators or motor vehicles for example. The most common animals to be unnecessarily rescued are fledgling birds. They often spend up to several days on the ground while learning to fly and are being fed by parents nearby. Whole nests can in fact be placed back into trees. It is not true that the parent will abandon the young bird if touched by humans-thankfully most birds to not have a good sense of smell! In general, it is not recommended for members of the public to handle wild animals unless the animal is in critical distress. The stress of capture by humans is a significant cause of death in wild animals. If you have to handle a wild animal, do so firmly but gently and protect yourself from beaks, claws and jaws. Whenever possible, contact your local conservation officer, SPCA or species specific rescue group before approaching an animal.

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REALTOR® AGA™ SRES® What should I focus on when my Realtor and I go out to view homes?

First of all, make sure that you have a notebook or file where you can make notes and information on each home you see. Your Realtor will provide you with a fact sheet containing the property information on each home you visit. When you walk through a home, pay attention to details and make notes on the following; note if there are any stains or bulges on the walls or ceilings and watch for crumbling grout around bathroom tile and tub. Check that doors and windows close smoothly and fit snugly and have no loose caulking and drafts. Be aware of the condition of the floors and feel that they are solid with no excessive squeaks or soft spots. Look in closets, behind closed doors, under area rugs for hidden surprises. Think about where you will be able to store tools, gardening equipment, sports equipment, etc. Look for signs of structural damage like cracks in the foundation or soggy areas. Will your furniture fit and where will you place certain items? Most important, you should make notes for yourself on your overall feeling for the property. These notes, and the property’s fact sheet, will help you narrow down your search and will help you make a great home purchase decision! 250.826.5660 • 250.860.1100



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A balanced diet of fruits, vegetables, grains, dairy products, meat, fish, and eggs will go a long way toward developing overall health. The most common risk factor for children’s tooth decay is the amount of liquid sugar they drink. The most common drinks that cause decay include juice (both 100% fruit juice, sports drinks (Gatorade), chocolate milk, ‘kids drinks’ (Sunny Delight and Capri Sun), and soda. Some healthy alternatives to these drinks that most children will like include sugar-free Kool-Aid, milk, and unsweetened soy and rice milk. Sticky sweets (including dried fruits, chewy granola bars, peanut butter and jelly) should be kept to a minimum. (Even Dr. Jung has a sweet tooth, but she brushes after eating sugary foods.) Be wary of gummy vitamins, as they are loaded with sugar and have been a more recent culprit in causing cavities because they stick to teeth and take a long time to dissolve as do sticky candies.

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f I were walking by your place, how might I recognize that you have a waterwise/xeriscape garden? It wouldn’t be by the style, as almost any style of landscaping can be water-wise. The first clue would be that you had mulch spread over all the bare soil. Mulch is a layer of material such as Glenmore Grow, Nature’s Gold, compost (your own or perhaps some from Classic Compost). Mulch holds moisture, feeds your plants and soil microorganisms as it breaks down, and drastically reduces weed growth. It prevents a hard crust from forming on the soil surface so if weeds do grow, they are easy to pull out. Every garden, no matter what is in it, will need less water and likely no additional fertilizer, if it is mulched. The second clue would be that the plants were grouped by water needs so that those that


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Age-related macular degeneration (ARMD) is a chronic, age-related, degenerative disease which affects the macula, a specialized area of the retina that is responsible for central vision. The macula allows us to see fine details, allowing us to read, recognize faces and watch television, for example. There are two types of ARMD: dry and wet. Dry ARMD generally involves the gradual and painless loss of central vision, often progressing quite slowly. The wet form is often much more severe and happens over a short period of time, often within months or even weeks; therefore, it is important to know whether you are at risk. Dry ARMD can progress to wet ARMD in some cases. Risk factors for ARMD are increased age, family history, being female, smoking, excessive sunlight exposure (wear your sunglasses!), high blood pressure, obesity and a diet low in antioxidants and minerals. Early detection is key to preventing or delaying vision loss!

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ALTERNATIVE APPROVAL PROCESS The District of Lake Country (the “District”) wishes to proceed with Loan Authorization Bylaw (WWTP Stage 3) 861, 2013, which authorizes the borrowing of up to One Million Seventy Thousand Dollars ($1,070,000.00) to fund a portion of the Wastewater Treatment Plant Stage 3 Upgrade. Under section 86 of the Community Charter, District of Lake Country Council may proceed with the Loan Authorization Bylaw only if it does not receive elector responses signed by at least 10% of the electors of the District of Lake Country. Elector response forms will be accepted only if they are in the form established by the District of Lake Country Council. Forms are available at the District of Lake Country Municipal Hall or via the website and must be submitted to the Corporate Officer, District of Lake Country, 10150 Bottom Wood Lake Road, Lake Country, BC V4V 2M1 on or before 4:30 p.m., Monday, June 3, 2013. For more information on the alternative approval process please contact Reyna Seabrook, Corporate Services Manager, at (250) 766-5650.

Finding your way around the Municipal website… What information do you want to find readily available on the District’s website? Email us at with your ideas. Looking for updates on the new provincial Highway 97 alignment and Pelmewash Parkway public consultation process? Check out the Municipal page

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Looking for something fun to do in Lake Country? Check out the events calendar Let us know if there are events you would like posted ( Lake Country Open Air Performances

kick off the summer season at Beasley Park with LIVE music and a Movie in the Park (Jack the Giant Slayer) on Canada Day, Monday July 1st.

Farmers’ Market at Swalwell starts Friday, June 7th Come and get “fresh from the garden” produce, baked goods, treats, plants, handicrafts and other treasures.

Check out the website to see who is performing at different parks throughout Lake Country every Saturday in July/August.

Every Friday (3-7pm) from June to September meet your friends and neighbours at Swalwell Park. Buy Local and support the sustainability of the local economy. Check out the website for info:

Sign up for email updates. Sponsorship opportunities are still available.

Front Porch Meetings Scheduled for May & June Check the What’s Happening calendar at to view the agenda for each meeting. Bring your questions and come prepared to hear an update from Council and staff on what’s happening in the District.

The District of Lake Country is seeking volunteer members to serve on the new Tourism Development Commission. Are you, or anyone you know, a local tourism stakeholder interested in tourism planning, marketing and Visitor Information Centre operations? Would you like to provide recommendations to Council on ways to develop, enhance and promote tourism within Lake Country, including ways to inform the community, agencies and other stakeholders on tourism matters? Please provide a letter of interest outlining your relevant background and interest in serving on this Commission to Reyna Seabrook, Corporate Services Manager, via email:, fax: 250-766-2903 or regular mail: 10150 Bottom Wood Lake Road, Lake Country, BC V4V 2M1 by May 15, 2013.

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Agenda items include: updates on Pelmewash Parkway, Integrated Community Sustainability Plan, Integrated Transportation Framework, Water Master Plan, parks, weeds, budget, and other items specific to each ward, plus an open forum for public concerns and comments.

CARR’S LANDING Front Porch Meeting Agenda Bring your questions and comments on these topics: 1. Pelmewash Parkway Update 2. Integrated Community Sustainability Plan Update 3. Integrated Transportation Framework Update 4. Water Master Plan Update 5. Parks update  Communities in Bloom  Beasley Community Centre  Trails 6. Public concerns or comments

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May 15, 2013 edition of the Lake Country Calendar