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Enter the Canada Safety Council’s (CSC) contest to win $300. In 50 words or less, tell CSC how you make safety behind the wheel your top priority. Participants must be between the ages 14 and 19 to enter. E-mail your response to Include your name, mailing address, age and school. The contest closes Nov. 29, and the winner will be notified in early December. While quantities last,


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Eve Millar, left, Jake Millar and Lena Millar always have a hoot at Halloween in helping to spook-up their family home at 4992 Donsleequa Rd. in 108 Mile Ranch. Neighbours note the hair-raising Halloween house gets better every year.

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all entrants will receive a USB key with the safety message, “Be the KEY to safe driving.” Learning to drive can be one of the most exciting times in a teenager’s life. However, the freedom that accompanies a driver’s licence comes with the responsibility to learn how to safety navigate the road ahead. The Canada Safety Council offers the following tips to encourage safe driving among young

motorists. • Walk around your vehicle before entering it to check for hazards. • Make adjustments to your seat, mirrors, ventilation system, lock doors, secure any loose objects and put on your seatbelt before you start driving. • Don’t text and drive. Texting while driving increases your chances of being in a collision by 23 times. Find a safe place to pull over if you need to send a message

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Energy saving tips for business FortisBC provides some excellent energy-saving tips

Want to lower your energy bill? FortisBC offers these energy saving tips can help improve your bottom line and the environment, too. Control your heat Programmable thermostats, available at hardware stores, will automatically adjust the temperature based on the time and day of the week, so there’s no worry of accidentally leaving the heat on after hours. Save power Turn off computers and other non-essential electronics when not in use and enable ENERGYSTAR® features on all computers. A computer monitor uses up to 75 per cent of the energy powering a computer and other electronics can idle as much as 90 per cent of the workday and are often left running on nights and weekends. Turn off lights when the sun provides enough natural light or when a room is not being used. Caulk and weatherstrip windows and doors If you have fixed, single pane windows, caulk the interior side where the sash meets the frame, as well as where the trim meets the wall. For exterior doors and windows that open, apply weatherstripping where two surfaces meet.

change furnace filters regularly. Clean radiators and baseboard heaters annually to keep them running efficiently. Energy saving tips for your business The type of business you operate plays a role in how you use energy. A retail store and an office building mainly require space heating, whereas a restaurant needs hot water for dishes and cooking. Customize your energy savings Complete an easy 10-minute questionnaire from FortisBC for energy saving recommendations tailored to your business. Find it online at At the restaurant Make a splash in reducing your hot water use – go low-flow. Install a low-flow spray valve to pre-rinse dishes. These devices use approximately 50 per cent less water than standard types. Reduce your water heating costs by about two per cent by insu-

lating hot water pipes with foam or rubber insulation. Six feet of insulation costs between $3 and $8 – that’s a quick payback. When it’s time to upgrade, choose the most efficient model. FortisBC offers incentives for high-efficiency water heaters – conditions apply. One leaky faucet or dripping tap can waste a significant quantity of water per month. The majority of energy used in commercial dishwashers is for heating the water. High-efficiency models consume less hot water on the rinse cycles, thereby saving money. At the office Create incentives for staff to save energy. Set up a committee to develop goals and

track progress. Steps may include identifying a team, developing a vision and creating an action plan. On sunny winter days, take advantage of Mother Nature by opening blinds to warm up. Do the opposite in the summer. If working in a larger office, consider installing a locking device on thermostats to prevent the heat from being turned up too high. In the retail store You may think an open door will bring in more customers, but on cold days, it will push your heating costs up. Close the door and keep the heat inside. Customers may already be wearing a coat when they come into your store, so set the

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Severe storms crop up in South Cariboo Carole Rooney Free Press

The sighting of what appeared to be a funnel cloud hanging over 100 Mile House on Sept. 6 got some folks thinking back to twisters they have seen, or experienced locally over the years. Environment Canada (EC) meteorologist David Jones works on British Columbia weather patterns. He says a funnel cloud becomes a tornado “of some strength” when it touches the ground. However, Jones looked at a photo of the recent towering cloud formation, and suspects it was simply an unusual cloud pattern, since there were no thunderstorms or severe winds in conjunction with it. “I think it’s a very interesting cloud formation. It does look like there was some kind of rotation, but very localized. “The key [for EC] is – was there any damage? That’s when we really start getting interested when we see photos like this.” However, the South Cariboo can certainly get funnel clouds, he explains, and, therefore, tornadoes. “They are very rare, but they’ll occur when the air is extremely unstable and you get thunderstorms developing into very severe thunderstorms. That happens – there is a risk of [tornadoes] out of any severe thunderstorm.” Locals have spoken of experiencing two twisters about eight to 10 years ago in the South Cariboo. At Deka Lake, a tornado tore a resident’s large dock right off the shore and smashed it to bits, uprooted trees (leaving six-foot-deep holes), and damaged the yard and outbuildings. A similar twister at Rail Lake uprooted trees and damaged cabins. These don’t seem to appear on the EC records, but Jones doesn’t question their

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Environment Canada meteorologist David Jones examined this image of an interesting and unusual cloud formation seen over 100 Mile House on Sept. 6, and deemed it unlikely to have been a funnel cloud.

occurrence. “There’s no doubt, when people’s anecdotal stories say they see a small twister or they get caught with the down-drafts, it is significant weather for sure. But, if they actually end up reporting it or we end up hearing about it – is entirely different.” He adds it is not exactly “tornado alley” in the Interior, but when tornadoes are reported with any evidence, they get recorded by EC on a Fujita scale of F0-F5.

“There have been some F1 to F3 tornadoes [mild to fairly severe], but we typically [predict] one per year in the province.” An F3 storm has winds up to 208 miles per hour and can leave a one-third-ofa-mile-wide path of destruction. However, usually those rated F2-F3 are in the Interior, not on the Coast, where twisters are typically F0-F1 (very weak to weak), Jones explains. He notes the time lapse to escape a funnelcloud-turned-tornado is hard to predict. “When you see a funnel cloud, they typically move from southwest to northeast, or south to north. “So, anytime you see that off to your south or southwest, you’d want to seek some shelter at some safe enclosure. “That’s about the only advice we can give if

that [shelter] is possible. If you are out on a boat in a lake, then you definitely want to get to shore when the sky darkens up and it starts to rain heavily, or hail or the wind picks up.” A twister and a tornado are the same thing, he explains, while a cyclone denotes any storm that rotates in the same direction as the earth turns on its axis. “Cyclone is a general category. Tornadoes, unfortunately, can spin both ways [but not the same tornado]. Jones notes documented storms and all storms – even more severe ones – are two very different things. “We have only got a few weather observing stations that are manned ... where things are observed to begin with. A lot of the stations are now automated, which never pick up any of this.” The EC detailed

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records for 1894-2006 listed 48 tornadoes in B.C., and he notes a 2007-12 brief update added just one more in the province, in 2008 (location not available). “This is probably the fifth year in a row without a confirmed report of a tornado.” Original B.C. tornadoes have been recorded by EC in Lac la Hache (June 12, 1926 and April 5, 1991); in Tatton, just west of 108 Mile Ranch (July 9, 1926); 100 Mile House (July 6, 1990) and in Williams Lake (June 28, 1992); Soda Creek (July 5, 1990); in Quesnel (July 16, 2003) and several others in the Chilcotin in 1980s-’90s. Prince George has had the most Interior twisters, having experienced documented tornadoes in 1972, 1976, 1990, 1992 and 1994.

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Photo Literacy Contest underway Enter photographs of people engaged in something that requires literacy skills

By Mel Newcombe Cariboo Chilcotin Partners for Literacy are hosting its Third Annual Photo Literacy Contest. The contest is really simple, as you take a picture of someone using his or her literacy skills. So, what are literacy skills? Those are the skills you use when you’re reading, writing and using math skills. This could be a cashier at one of 100 Mile House stores ringing up your order, or your friend reading the 100 Mile House Free Press newspaper while having their morning coffee. Grab your camera and start taking pictures of your children, friends, co-workers, and neighbours. Have your pictures show us what literacy means to

published. The winners of the photo lit contest names will be in the 100 Mile House Free Press in mid-December. We

you. The contest will run Nov. 1-30. The contest has three prizes available for the three best photos. There is a prize for the best adult (over 18 years), for a child (under 18 years) and a random third prize. Everyone is encouraged to enter. Once you have your photo e-mail it to mel@caribooliter as a full jpeg, meaning you send your photo in its original size. If you are sending a photograph by regu-

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lar mail send it to M. Newcombe, P.O. Box 48, 108 Mile Ranch, BC, V0K 2Z0. All photos will be published on the CCPL’s website at www.cari All photos will be property of CCPL for promotional use. Do not send photos to the 100 Mile House Free Press. The photographer must identify the person or persons in the photo and you must submit their (first and last names) left to right. The person or persons in the photo must agree to have his or her name

look forward to seeing your photos and good luck to everyone. Melody Newcombe is a literacy support worker.





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Here are a few morning time savers: • Try pre-portioning yogurt, oatmeal or other morning favourites in ready-to-go containers the night before. • Prepare a big batch of granola or muffins on the weekend for a handy morning breakfast throughout the week. • Lay out your coffee mug, cereal bowl, and cutlery on the table the night before to speed up your morning routine. Keep smart snacks, such as nuts, dried fruit, crackers, nut butters, or any other favourite healthy snacks in your bag or desk to make

By Stephanie Bury and chickens can be healthy Christine Adair time-savers. In today’s fast-paced At home, try preparworld, a lack of time ing enough pasta to use can feel like a barrier to in two different dishes – healthy eating. pasta and meat sauce for However, a busy supper, and pasta, fresh lifestyle doesn’t mean cut vegetables, nuts and nutrition has to fall to dressing for the followthe wayside. Following ing day’s lunch. are a few savvy Share responsibility strategies for making for cooking and grocery wholesome meals on shopping with famthe go that will help ily members, friends, or folks save time while roommates. meeting their nutritionEating a nutritious al goals. breakfast will give you Write a shopping list the energy you need for the upcoming week to kick-start your day. to avoid multiple trips to the grocery store. Cariboo-Central Interior Group items in your Poultry Producers Assoc. grocery list to reflect ANNUAL the store layout, such GENERAL MEETING as keeping all produce items together. Consider shopping 1:00 - 3:00 PM in the evening when Upstairs at the Curling Rink, 175 Airport Rd. grocery stores tend to 100 Mile House be less busy. Frozen EVERYONE WELCOME vegetables, bagged salFor more info 30, call2013 250-395-3336 • 100 Mile Free Press Wednesday, October ads, and whole roasted

sure you always have an energy booster. Try protein-rich foods that pack a punch for lunch, such as hummus, hard-boiled eggs, cheese cubes, tuna salad, diced chicken or ham. Keep the fridge stocked with plenty of grab-and-go veggies, such as sliced cucumbers, bell peppers, and carrot sticks for snacking. The best way to balance a healthy diet with a busy schedule is to

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People who need a coat may get one from these sites from Nov. 4 to Nov. 30: • Loaves and Fishes • Ministry of Children & Families • 100 Mile Food Bank• Canim Lake Band • Health Unit • Schools where needed • Youth Zone • Cariboo Family Enrichment Centre • Canoe Creek Band • Canadian Mental Health Association This program is jointly sponsored by For anniversary events visit 100 Mile Laundromat or email and coordinated by St. Timothy’s Anglican Church. Wendycall Hamblin 250-791-0024 250.459.2261 to speak toContact us directly


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ARIES - Mar 21/Apr 20 Don’t race ahead to get the early advantage this week, Aries. Practice patience in all that you do this week, and you may find greater success.

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TAURUS - Apr 21/May 21 Taurus, there is a high level of uncertainty in your life right now, so it is best to take a conservative approach regarding your finances. Take big decisions seriously.

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GEMINI - May 22/June 21 Keep your options open, as things look promising this week, Gemini. Many things will catch your eye, but you will have to make some tough decisions. CANCER - June 22/July 22 Cancer, your career takes an unexpected turn that leads you in an exciting new direction. But these changes may take a few weeks or even months to fully develop. LEO - July 23/Aug 23 Leo, you’re planning an exotic vacation, but you just don’t have the money to make it happen right now. Save for your dream getaway or take a quick jaunt to recharge. VIRGO - Aug 24/Sept 22 Virgo, you may prefer clearly defined relationships, but this week someone comes into your life who you just can’t read. This person makes a lasting impression. LIBRA - Sept 23/Oct 23 Libra, although your vision for the future is grand, you may not know how to execute your rise to success right now. Find a mentor who can show you the ropes. SCORPIO - Oct 24/Nov 22 Scorpio, you may not have the time to be a shoulder to cry on this week, but a trusted confidante will need your assistance. Take the time out for this special friend.

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36. Whitish edible root vegetable 37. Actress Winger 38. Lessens in intensity 39. Afrikaans 40. Connected spirals 41. Accordingly 42. Competently 43. Angle (abbr.) CLUES DOWN 1. Clothes storage area 2. “__and her Sisters” 3. Revolve 4. One who makes puns 5. Inspire with love 6. Chronograph 7. Look over quickly 9. French philosopher Georges 10. A peerless example 12. Picture done in oils

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SAGITTARIUS - Nov 23/Dec 21 You are not in complete control of your feelings this week, Sagittarius. Make a concerted effort to control your emotions when conflict arises. CAPRICORN - Dec 22/Jan 20 Capricorn, surprises are coming your way. Though you may want to control the situation, you have to sit back and let the chips fall where they may. AQUARIUS - Jan 21/Feb 18 Aquarius, don’t allow daydreaming to distract you from the tasks at hand. Distractions will only derail your plans, so do your best to keep them at a minimum.

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PISCES - Feb 19/Mar 20 Pisces, an ongoing issue must be addressed this week. Procrastination will only delay the inevitable, so tackle this issue head-on.


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If you dIdn’t read thIs wednesday’s here are just a few of the many stories you missed… 100 Mile to gain new sawmill Little Britches Parade planned taxpayers question Crd charges, spending hailstorm havoc continues at body shops Police deal with prohibited driver, gas leak, theft from unlocked vehicles sprott shaw College offering courses locally Big bucks for ducks Psalm 23 busy in november wranglers match up with top team tomahawks sharp at home students qualify for provincials Believing in community arts and Crafts fair in time for holiday shopping

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My One Thing initiative makes cancer prevention accessible From 4

Approximately 23,800 new cancer cases are diagnosed every year in B.C. and that figure is set to grow dramatically. There will be a 70 per cent increase in cancers

in the next 20 years unless something changes. While B.C. historically has lower cancer rates than the rest of the country, the CCSBCY states that focusing on prevention is a game changer for the fight

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against cancer. “Imagine if half of the people who are expected to be diagnosed with cancer this year, didn’t receive that diagnosis,” explains Barbara Kaminsky, CCSBCY chief executive officer.

“That’s almost 12,000 people who wouldn’t have to face the realities of battling cancer and countless families and friends would be saved from hearing the life-altering news that a loved one is facing a cancer

diagnosis. Isn’t that worth making one change?” The premise of the initiative is to encourage British Columbians to commit to making one change to reduce their cancer risk – from taking the stairs at

work to eating more vegetables. People are encouraged to write down their one thing and share it through their own social media channels and through www.myone

South Cariboo Health Foundation


‘A Star-Studded Way To Light Up the 100 Mile District Hospital’ This star-studded fundraiser will not only light up the hospital and the community, it will brighten the faces of everyone using our medical facilities. Funds raised will be used to purchase medical equipment and enhance health care services for 100 Mile area residents. Everyone is welcome to the Official Light Up in the hospital parking lot!

Official Light-up is Friday, November 29 at 7pm after the Santa Claus Parade We’re inviting you to participate in this special fundraising event by purchasing a ‘Health Star’ for $50 to be lit up at the front of the 100 Mile District Hospital.

To be a Health Star, please donate to: Bag 399 100 Mile House, BC V0K 2E0

South Cariboo Health Foundation

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South Cariboo Health Desk (use rear entry) or

Call MJ at 250-706-2101

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Around the South Cariboo Gaven Crites photo

Norma Capnerhurst, left, and Tina Gauvin were on hand to serve customers at a 46th Anniversary sale at Donex Pharmacy and Department Store in 100 Mile House on Oct. 26.

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The Outlaw Urban Clothing Co. in 100 Mile House held its 31st Anniversary sale on Oct. 26. Pictured with owner Frankie Victorino, middle, are employees Sandra Dixon, left, and Cheryl Goertz.

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Swamp Things Darrell and Yvonne Weston captured the $300 first-place prize at the Halloween 7 Dance Party at the 100 Mile Curling Club on Oct. 26. The event was organized by CaribooRadio.Com.

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Ten-year-old Hunter Adams and Sean Watson, manager of Safeway in 100 Mile House, got their hair dyed pink recently at JD’s Styling Salon in 100 Mile House in support of breast cancer awareness. Adams says he did it to support Watson in his attempt to raise $7,000 for the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation.

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Sharon McMullan, left, and Nancy Mack posed for a photo in between serving customers at the 13th Anniversary sale at Sharon’s Jewellery and Watch Repairs and the 10th Anniversary sale at Whimsey Gifts on Birch Avenue in 100 Mile House on Oct. 26.

Irene Gilbert and her nine-year-old daughter, Jaci, sold tickets for the 100 Mile & District Figure Skating Club’s Fall Harvest Auction at the Save-On-Foods grocery store in 100 Mile House on Oct. 19. The auction date is Nov. 9. Tickets are $20 and available at Didi’s Boutique, One Another, A Coffee House and through the 100 Mile & District Figure Skating Club at 250-395-1842.

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Flu shot-or-mask rule for health care workers upheld by arbitrator By Tom Fletcher Black Press

Health-care workers and visitors in patient care areas will be required to have the current influenza vaccination or wear a mask when the annual influenza season returns in December. Health-care union objections to the policy were rejected by a labour arbitrator’s ruling last week – a decision Provincial Health Officer Dr. Perry Kendall called “good news for patients.” The policy can now be enforced for staff across all of British Columbia’s health authorities, particularly in long-term care facilities, Kendall said on Oct. 24. Visitors will be on an “honour system” to keep their flu shots up-to-date or use a mask when they visit friends and relatives, he added. The current influenza vaccine is available from doctors and pharmacies around the province, and is free to those with chronic conditions or who come in contact with people who are at higher risk of serious complications from influenza. To find out if you are eligible for a free vac-

cine, ask your doctor or pharmacist, or call HealthLink BC at 8-1-1. United States healthcare facilities have similar rules and voluntary compliance of staff members is very high, said Kendall, who has been pushing for the restriction for some time. Health employers now have the option of progressive discipline to make sure employees protect against passing on influenza virus to vulnerable patients. “We obviously hope it won’t come to that because we believe that health-care workers do care for their patients.” The Health Sciences Association, union representing lab technicians and other specialists in the healthcare system, had argued its members were entitled to make their own decision on whether to get the annual vaccine. It is formulated each year by international health authorities based on the dominant strains of influenza that are found around the world. Kendall said the arbitrator accepted research findings from the University of Minnesota that found the vaccine

to be 90 per cent effective in years when it is a “good match” with the virus strain that emerges during winter. The study found that a less accurate match causes the effectiveness to drop as low as 40 per cent, but Kendall noted that is better than zero protection, which is what skipping the flu

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Free flu shots available

With flu season approaching, public health nurses across Interior Health (IH) are gearing up for this year’s influenza (flu) vaccination campaign. Last year, more than 173,000 seasonal flu shots were provided free of charge to those at risk of complications from the flu. “The World Health Organization [WHO] determines the strains to be included in the annual influenza vaccine based on flu trends worldwide,” says Dr. Rob Parker, IH Medical Health Officer. “This year’s vaccine contains three different flu strains that will offer protection against two influenza A viruses and one influenza B virus. “Getting a flu shot and washing your hands frequently are the two most effective ways to protect yourself and others from getting the flu.” The flu is highly contagious and can cause severe complications for those with heart, lung, and other health problems. Free flu shots are in the South Cariboo. Many physician offices and pharmacies also provide vaccines free to those who are eligible. 100 Mile House Free shots are available at the South Cariboo Health Centre (555D Cedar Ave.) on Nov. 6 for surnames starting with A to L; on Nov. 7 for surnames starting M to Z; and Dec. 5. The clinics run from 10:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. – no appoint-

ment necessary.

Bridge Lake Free shots are available at the Bridge Lake Community School (7567 Bridge Lake Rd.) on Nov. 13 from 10 a.m. to noon – no appointment necessary.

Clinton Free shots are available at the Clinton Wellness Centre (1510 Cariboo Highway) on Nov. 19 from noon to 3:30 p.m. – no appointment necessary. Flu shots are safe, effective, and free for those most at risk of getting the flu and its complications including: • People 65 years and older and their caregivers/household contacts; • People of any age in residential

care facilities; • Children and adults with chronic health conditions and their household contacts; • Children and adolescents (six months to 18 years) with conditions treated for long periods of time with Aspirin (ASA) and their hou s ehol d contacts; • Children and adults who are morbidly obese;

• Aboriginal people; • All children six-59 months of age; • Household contacts and caregivers of infants and children up to 59 months of age; • Pregnant women at any stage of pregnancy during the influenza season and their household contacts; • Visitors to hospitals, health centres and residential-care facilities; • People who work with live poultry; • Health-care and other care providers

in facilities and community settings who are capable of transmitting influenza disease to those at high risk of influenza complications; • Individuals who provide care or service in potential outbreak settings housing high risk persons; and • People who provide essential community services (first responders, corrections workers). While flu shots are free for those most at risk, everyone can benefit from the flu shot. People, who are not eligible for the free flu vaccine through the publicly-funded program, should contact their physician, local pharmacy, walk-in clinic, travel clinic, or private provider. For more information, contact your local public health office or visit the IH website at w w w.interiorhealth. ca. Information on the flu shot is also available on the Immunize BC website at www., or on HealthLink BC at www.

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House hockey tourney in 100 Mile

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Two 100 Mile & District Minor Hockey Association midget house teams were in action recently as the South Cariboo Rec. Centre was host to a six-team tournament. Both local teams broke about even in games played Oct. 23-27. Pharmasave went 3-2 and Home Hardware went 2-3. Kelowna won the tournament, defeating Williams Lake (Grey) 3-1 in the finals. Pharmasave and Home Hardware opened up the tournament on Oct. 23 and Pharmasave won 5-3. Brittany Lund, Caitlyn Ray, Sam Ryan (2) and Jon McLellan found the back of the net for Pharmasave, while Brady Miller (2) and Jessa Paddison scored for Home Hardware. On Oct. 25, Pharmasave lost to Williams Lake (Grey) 7-2. 100 Mile House goals were scored by Kyle Perron and Brad Perron. Home Hardware beat Williams Lake (Orange) 3-2. Austin Glen, Austin Mattick and Justin Hilstad scored for 100 Mile House. On Oct. 26, Pharmasave beat Valemount 5-4, lost to Kelowna 4-0 and beat Williams Lake (Orange) 5-2. Goal scorers throughout the day

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Adrianna Johnson, left, Brandan Moore, Derek Popadinac and Conner Edle worked hard on the Mayvin Plumbing & Heating Midget Rep Milers sandbag fundraiser on Oct. 26. The team is filling sandbags, which are delivered to various outlets, and sold for weight for vehicle traction when the snow arrives.

were Marcus Thomas, B. Perron (4), Brianna Uphill, Ray, Ryan, Kyle Welton and McLellan. Home Hardware beat Williams Lake (Grey) 4-3 and lost to Valemount 4-3. Brandon Balbirnie (2), Brady Miller (2), Ashley Bartsch (2) and Danny Munro scored for 100 Mile House. Home Hardware went on to lose 7-0 against Kelowna the morning of Oct. 27.

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Help Wanted 100 MILE District Hospice Palliative Care Society requires a part time (30 hours per month) office assistant. Position involves general office and bookkeeping duties. Current PC skills, general office equipment knowledge and people skills required. Web management and share point competency would be highly regarded. Submit resume to: 100 Mile District Hospice Palliative Care Society, Bag 399, 100 Mile House, BC, V0K 2E0 or: Only suitable applicants will be contacted. Closing date November 8, 2013.

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SEMI-RETIRED man/woman Caretaker for Heritage House in Lone Butte. Duties include snow removal, lawn mowing, weed eating, painting, fencing, & general repairs. Only serious person need apply. References and Criminal Record check required. Rent $450 includes utilities, for Nov. 1. Call Gayle or Al@ 250-395-5193.

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Steel Fabricators, Iron Workers, Millwrights, Pipe Fitters, and Welders Timber West Mill Construction is currently hiring experienced Steel Fabricators, Iron Workers, Millwrights, Pipe Fitters, and Welders Resumes accepted by fax (250) 964-0222 or e-mail

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RECEPTIONIST / CHAIRSIDE ASSISTANT WANTED Receptionist / Chairside Assistant position available starting end of October, beginning of November 4-5 days a week. The job entails receptionist duties as well as all aspects of chairside assisting. Experienced candidates would be preferred, CDA would be an asset. Drop resumes off at: 190 Horse Lake Rd, 100 Mile House, B.C. email to or fax to 250-395-3131.

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We are looking for a cheery, energetic individual for a part-time reception/circulation position. Duties will include, but not be limited to: serving customers, typing, answering phones, managing circulation and entering and creating classified word and display ads. The ideal candidate will have a professional appearance and be able to work well in a busy, deadline-oriented atmosphere as part of a team. He/ she will also possess good customer skills, typing skills and an eye for detail. This is a union position. Please submit resume to: Chris Nickless, Publisher 100 Mile House Free Press Box 459, 100 Mile House, BC, V0K 2E0 or email resume to No phone calls, please. Deadline to apply is Nov. 8, 2013 at 4:00pm. Only those short-listed for the position will be contacted.

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Position: Assisted Living worker Location: Thompson View Lodge located below Hospital in Ashcroft, B.C. Hours of Work: Casual Wage: $17.31 per hour Duties: You will provide direct support to Residents in areas of personal care, medication, recreation, meal preparation, service and housekeeping. You will demonstrate a commitment to the social model of care, facilitate involvement of family members, participate in implementation of individual care plans and complete daily record keeping. Qualifications: You must have Health Care Aide Certificate # or provincially recognized equivalent. You are physically able to perform the job duties. You are capable of maintaining good interpersonal relationships and have a genuine interest in working with the elderly. Requirements: • Health Care Aide Certificate # or equivalent. • Standard First Aid Certificate (Currant) • Food Safe Certificate • Criminal Record Check to be done on employment. Please send your resume to the attention of the Community Manager Email or Mail to above address.


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Horse & Tack Auction Sunday Nov 3rd, 11:30AM 4071 McLean Rd., Quesnel Please Consign Early Phone BC Auctions (250)992-2459 (250)983-1239

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Advertisements should be read on the first publication date. We are not responsible for errors appearing beyond the first insertion. NO CASH REFUNDS AGREEMENT: It is agreed by any display or classified advertiser requesting space that the liability of the paper in the event that errors occur in the publishing of any advertisement shall be limited to the amount paid by the advertiser for the portion of the advertising space occupied by the incorrect item only, and there will be no liability in any event beyond the amount paid for such advertisement. DISCRIMINATORY LEGISLATION: Advertisers are reminded that provincial legislation forbids the publication of any advertisement which discriminates against any person because of race, religion, sex, colour, nationality, ancestry, place of origin, or age unless the condition is justified by a bona fide requirement for the work involved. COPYRIGHT: Copyright and/ or property rights subsist in all editorial, photographic and advertising content appearing in any edition of the 100 Mile Free Press. Permission to reproduce wholly or in any part and in any form whatsoever, particularly by a photographic or technical process in a publication, must be obtained in writing from the publisher. Any unauthorized reproduction will be subject to recourse in law. NO ADVERTISING ITEM WILL BE DISCLOSED TO ANYONE PRIOR TO PUBLICATION.


HEAVY DUTY MECHANICS and/or AUTOMOTIVE MECHANICS Apprentice & Journeyman Fox Creek, Alberta The successful candidates may be required to operate a service vehicle. Must be willing to work overtime. Experience in natural gas compression an asset. Must be able to work unsupervised and fill out appropriate paperwork. This is a full time position. WE OFFER: Competitive Wages, Benefits Plan & Performance Bonuses. Please reply w/references to or fax to (1)780-622-4409


Therapy Groups ALANON - Does someone’’s drinking bother you? Meet with others who feel the same. Meet Thursdays, 8 pm at the Health Centre at the back of the Hospital. Contact 250-3954646 ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS meetings in 100 Mile area: Mondays noon at #18 - 208 8th Street. Tuesdays, 8pm, 100 Mile United Church. Thursdays 7:30pm, 108 Community Centre. Sundays 7:30pm, south Cariboo Community Health Centre,rear entrance. 250-791-5286, 250395-4646, 250-395-6154, 250395-5368

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Fruit & Vegetables I have fresh Okanagan apples for sale they are, Spartans and Red Delicious. They are great for baking, making juice, drying, or snacks for school lunches. There 25 pound boxes of apples for $10.00 a box. I will be up in Quesnel this Saturday the 25 of Oct and the 1 of Nov. If your interested in buying apples you can pre order, send me a email or give me a call 250-764-7802/ SPREAD THE WORD OKANAGAN APPLES ARE COMING!!! We will be at Walmart in the parking lot. Starting up at about 8/8:30am see you then.

Firewood/Fuel FIREWOOD: You pick, you cut. $20/load, $10 for seniors. 250-791-5222. TED SAWYER: Firewood for sale. 250-395-3951

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WOOD heater, 2 years old used one winter, glass front. $300.00. 4 15” aluminum tire rims $100.00 for all four. Ph. 250-395-4273.

Misc. Wanted WE BUY GOLD & SILVER Get the best price for your SILVER COINS • Sat. 9am-1pm 205 Birch Ave., 100 Mile House 250-395-2826 Closed Oct. 22-Nov. 12

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Feed & Hay Excellent quality cow & horse hay, large round & large square bales. “2013 hay available.” Phone early a.m. & evenings. Deliveries available (250)398-2805 HUNGRY VALLEY Hay, round bales for horses & cattle. Ph. 250-395-3539. QUALITY grass/hay mixed: Square bales, barn stored, no rain. Delivery available. 250397-2378.

Pets BRAND NEW plastic dog grooming tub, RensPets brand, R.Rover. 58”long x 32”wide x 21”deep, legs 18” tall. $799 new or best offer 250-392-1440 PET MATE Dog crate, 27”long x 20”wide x 22”tall, 20 - 30 lb dog, as new $50 or best offer 250-392-1440

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SPACIOUS 1 bdrm unit in 4-plex in 100 Mile. $700/mon. 250-395-2550.

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Homes for Rent 108 MILE: 4 bdrm, 1 bath home on over 1/2 acre fenced property. Nat. gas heat, gas fireplace. $900/mo & utilities. Small pet neg. D.D. Avail. December 1st. 2 BDRM 2 bath suite avail. Dec.1st, on Horse Lake near Bonanza Resort. Includes heat & hydro. N/S F/S W/D. Ref. Req. $750/mon. 1-778-8351852. 2 BEDROOM TRAILER, 1 Km. off highway 97, on highway 24. Ref. required.Immediate possession. Call Ray 250706-3610. 3 BDRM house w/full basement on lge. lot in Forest Grove. F/S, W/D, DW, pets okay. 250-320-6847. 4 BEDROOM: 2 bath, Horse Lake view, lg. garage, close to 100 Mile, big yard. $1,150/ month. 250-395-3906 or cell; 250-706-3906 6 BEDROOM lg. home, Hwy.24. Bridge/Sheridan Lake area. $1,000/month. Pets neg. Avail. immediatly. Ph. 250644-4242.

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LARGE executive style lake front home, Lac La Hache. $1500/mon plus utilities. Phone 250-706-9314. ONE BDRM house, elec. heat. $375/mon. 2 bdrm house with gas & wood heat, on 2 acres, 5 minutes to 100 Mile House, $600/mon. 250-397-0161.

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BRIGHT 1 bdrm garden suite, in 100 Mile near park, newly renovated, $700 per month. Includes WiFi, utilities, cable, laundry, NS, NP, Refs reqd, 250-395-3826. Avail. Now.

2008 FORD 1 ton pickup, 4x4 with new front end. White, crew cab, V8, standard. $6,000 OBO. Please call 250395-0229.

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SMALL 3 bdrm in the Ranchettes, 100 Mile House area. Perfect for one person. 2 acres. $750/mon. 250-7069519.

WANTED: Winchester Lever Action rifle and carbines. 250945-4321.

Rentals Apt/Condo for Rent PARKVIEW APTS: 1 BDRM apt for rent renovated, downtown 100 Mile. $550/mo, 2 bdrm $650, bachelor $450. Includes heat. (250)395-3660 or (250)706-9144

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B.C. sets out new regulations for pesticide use

To be introduced in 2014/15, input on regs sought The B.C. Liberal government is proposing revisions to the Integrated Pest Management Regulation (IMPR) to ensure cosmetic pesticides are being used safely and responsibly. These revisions will require stricter control on the sale and use of pesticides in private landscaped areas, while at the same time, simplify requirements for the sale and use of pesticides commonly considered safe. The proposed changes include the following requirements: • A licence is required in order to apply most pesticides in private landscaped areas. • Licence holders are required to employ trained pesticide applicators and practice Integrated Pest Management (IPM). • Residents are to be notified when pesticides are used on private landscaped areas. • A list of pesticides considered safe for use by untrained people will be developed. These pesticides may be sold and applied in a private landscaped area without a licence. These proposed revisions are detailed in a document at www.env. ipmr/index.htm. On this website, interested British Columbians will have 60 days to fill out a response form and provide comments on specific aspects of this regulation to government. These changes were developed with input

from the public, as well as the bi-partisan Special Committee on Cosmetic Pesticides. The committee released its report on May 17, 2012 and concluded regulations restricting the use of cosmetic pesticides should be tightened, but there was not enough evidence to support an outright ban on the sale of pesticides. These proposed amendments go one step further to ensure pesticides are used responsibly by trained individuals by expanding existing requirements for licensing to include those applying pesticides to private landscaped areas. Municipalities and First Nations with law-making authority will be able to opt out of the requirement for a licence to apply pesticides to private residential properties, not including multi-residence properties, if they so choose. In March 2013, the British Columbia Legislature passed the Miscellaneous Statutes Amendment Act. The act included a change to the Integrated Pest Management Act enabling the minister of environment to develop regulations establishing lists of pesticides that may be regulated differently than other pesticides. The provincial government intends to implement the proposed revisions to the IMPR in two stages between 2014 and 2015.

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Tanker research ‘subsidy’ to Enbridge, Federal Green Party leader says

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Federal Green Party Leader Elizabeth May recently accused the Conservative government of “doing Enbridge’s homework” with $120-million program to study ocean weather and behaviour of heavy oil spills in the ocean around Kitimat. May added her voice to that of Green Party MLA Andrew Weaver, who raised questions in the B.C. legislature in July about an oceanmonitoring project in support of oil tanker exports as proposed by Enbridge’s Northern Gateway pipeline project. May and Weaver released leaked documents they say show Ottawa spending $78 million this year and $42 million next year for marine weather monitoring and determining how diluted bitumen from the Alberta oil sands would behave in a spill. May said federal Finance Minister Jim Flaherty changed the federal budget documents this year to conceal changes to ministry and program spending, making it

impossible for MPs to identify spending on programs, such as the ocean monitoring on British Columbia’s North Coast. Federal Natural Resources Minister Joe Oliver issued a statement, rejecting May’s accusation of secrecy. Oliver said he announced the program publicly in Vancouver in March. “Work on tanker safety is critical to ensure we have we have world-class marine safety on Canada’s coastlines. While the Green Party and the NDP oppose resource-development projects before the science is in, our government will not make decisions until an independent scientific review determines they are safe for Canadians and safe for the environment.” Weaver said the investment amounts to a subsidy to Enbridge, which should do its own research on environmental effects of its pipeline and tanker port proposal. He cited a Fisheries and Oceans Canada document that concludes “behaviour models specific to

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Zombies Lindsay and Ingo Theuring were ghoulish to take the $100 third-place dress-up prize at the Halloween 7 Dance Party on Oct. 26.

B.C. to consider booze sales in food stores

Public likes option, existing licensees not happy with suggestion

By Tom Fletcher Black Press

The B.C. Liberal government’s liquor policy review has heard a “loud-and-clear” message that people want the convenience of buying alcoholic beverages in grocery stores, says the MLA in charge of the review. With a three-month consultation period ending Oct. 31, Richmond Steveston MLA John Yap said on Oct. 29 that about 80 per cent of respondents want the extra convenience that is routine in United States grocery stores. However, Yap is proposing a less convenient model, a “store-within-a-store” that would have separate space and staff for alcohol purchases. He said the number of outlets could be restricted to the current level, with some existing private or public liquor stores moved into grocery stores. The Liquor Control Board of Ontario has announced a similar pilot project, with 10

“express” stores to offer limited selection inside or next to grocery stores. Nova Scotia also has government liquor stores located in grocery stores. When the British Columbia consultation began in September, Yap noted that beer, wine and spirits are already sold in rural grocery stores. He was critical of the U.S. model, saying it could lead to increased health and safety issues from increased consumption, as well as law enforcement problems. B.C.’s medical health officers have called for a freeze or reduction to the number of private retailers, a $3 minimum price for bar drinks and higher prices for drinks with more alcohol content to deter overconsumption. The Alliance of Beverage Licences, representing pubs, bars and private liquor stores in B.C., isn’t happy with the idea. ABLE BC executive director Ian Baillie said the province already has more than

1,400 government and private liquor stores. “The government also needs to consider what the impact of allowing large grocery

chains to sell liquor will be on the thousands of jobs and millions of dollars of income that are provided by the current system.”

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The 100 Mile House Bank of Montreal hosted Small Business Appreciation Day on Oct. 24. They had donuts, coffee and cake, and handed out flyers with information for small businesses. They also had a draw for a gift basket. Holding the gift basket are branch manager Kerry Patterson, left, commercial account manager Graeme Wallis, visiting from Williams Lake, and financial services manager Sandy Craig.

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Energy Minister Bill Bennett has issued a cabinet order to the British Columbia Utilities Commission (BCUC) to make sure it approves fees high enough cover the costs of customers opting out of BC Hydro’s smart meter program. The order in council, signed by Bennett and Environment Minister Mary Polak, instructs the independent regulator to approve extra fees sufficient to meet the cost of manually reading mechanical electricity meters that remain in use, or collecting readings from digital meters that have their radio transmitter turned off on request of the customer. The order also directs the BCUC to approve fees to cover the costs of “failed installations,” either because the customer refused or because an obstacle was placed in the way of the installer. A spokesman for Bennett confirmed that the BCUC may still

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decide to lower the optout fees proposed by BC Hydro, or it may increase them if costs warrant. BC Hydro sent letters in September to about 60,000 residential customers who have refused wireless meters, giving them until December to choose. If customers insist on

keeping their old meter, a $35 monthly fee applies effective Dec. 1. If they accept a smart meter with the “radio off,” a $100 setup fee is proposed, followed by $20 a month to collect readings starting April 1. If customers do not register a choice by Dec. 1, their meter will be left as is and the $35

monthly fee will be added to their bill. As it does with rate increases, BC Hydro will start charging its proposed fees as it prepares to defend them before the BCUC. If the commission orders changes, bills would be adjusted accordingly, with refunds or extra charges added.

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