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Muriel Mould gym to be a garage

Remembrance Day ...page 2

Lake Babine Nation holds assembly

After a five year hiatus, Lake Babine Nation (LBN) held its threeday AGA last week.

School board to close current garage by next summer

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Village plans phase two downtown

WALTER STRONG The aging School District 91 bus garage in Burns Lake will be retired from duty by next summer. Renovations to the Muriel Mould gymnasium will be completed over the winter, but extensive spring landscaping will be needed once the winter freeze is over before bus service can be completely transferred. The current bus garage dates from the 1960s and has reached the end of its useful life, said Tim Bancroft, manager of facilities for School District 91. “It was originally built for a few trades people to use in the 1960s,” he said. “We’ve long since outgrown it and we were looking for a new facility anyway.” In September 2010, the student bodies of Muriel Mould elementary and William Konkin elementary were combined due to enrolment decline. The district school board didn’t want to lose ownership of the building, so they kept the property and have been renting out much of the former classroom space to community groups, primarily with a focus on infant eduction, like the Strong Start program and Mother Goose. The gym has not seen much use since the school amalgamation. Other than a couple of events per year, like hosting job fairs or the district school science fair, the gym has been under-utilized. About two years ago the school ...see GARAGE ▼ P3

The Nov. 7, 2013 meeting of the Burns Lake Downtown Revitalization Committee (DRC) saw proposed plans.

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Keeping body and mind together A hungry learner probably has his or her mind on the next meal rather than the day’s studies.

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Lake Babine Nation holds assembly

Members from across the region attend

Walter Strong

After a five year hiatus, Lake Babine Nation (LBN) held its threeday AGA last week. Chief Wilf Adam described the delay in holding the AGA as a setback due to band financial difficulties. This year’s AGA was possible because band council and management had made large strides in taking band fi-

nances in a positive direction. "Over 400 or so of our citizens were involved over the last three days," Adam said. "We spent over $70,000 and that stayed in the Burns Lake area. It was a success with lots of interest in what LBN delivers." Attendees of the assembly had the opportunity to listen to staff reports, and make their concerns known publicly and directly to council and staff members responsible. Ongoing treaty negotiations suffer from conflicting claims with other First Nations regarding traditional territories, and federal and provincial ...see LAKE BABINE t P5

Property of band?

GARAGE from t P1 district began looking for a solution to its bus garage and maintenance facility needs. “We looked around town for sharing opportunities, but there weren’t any,” Bancroft said. “That’s when we decided to take over the other half of Muriel Mould.” Unlike other gymnasiums in town, including the former Lakes District Secondary School that is now the Burns Lake Band office and Little

Angels Daycare, there is no expensive wood flooring in the Muriel Mould gym. The floor is linoleum on concrete. Once the linoleum is removed, a new floor will be built over the existing concrete that will include in-floor heating, and a mechanic’s pit for service work. Like many properties in that area, the old garage is on Burns Lake Band land. It is not clear if the property will return to band control or be put up for sale.

Slippery roads The Burns Lake RCMP responded to two motor vehicle accidents on Nov. 3, 2013, this year’s first snow fall. Both were a result of the weather and slippery road conditions. Minor injuries were sustained in both instances. Both are still under investigation at this time. Laura Blackwell photo

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Remembering our veterans

Untangling oil pipeline politics

Burns Lake is far removed from any military institution or installation. The politics of Northern B.C. are centred on bread-on-the table issues, like work, education, forestry, mining and pipelines. A local paper doesn’t cover international affairs very often, unless those affairs directly affect the ongoing local narrative. Our narrative up here isn’t often interrupted by wars far away. Those with living memories of waking up one morning in Northern B.C. only to find themselves on a train enlisted for military service before the end of the day are fewer every year. Thankfully, it doesn’t seem likely that times like those will be upon us again anytime soon. Last Sunday many in Burns Lake joined the national moment when Canadians across the country gathered to reflect and honour those who made great sacrifices for freedom. As the number of Canadian veterans continues to decline, what will happen to our collective memory of past wars and the will to ‘never again’ see the eruption of war on a worldwide scale? It is too simplistic to say we will forget how terrible war is and fall into it again under the sway of nationalistic jingoism or misplaced international do-gooding. Those days are gone. Our cynicism of nationalism and our reluctance to participate in the brutal but localized violence that seems to define much of world’s present conflicts, make it very unlikely that we’ll see a fervor for war overtake the country. We are fortunate to be sheltered here from the brutal realities that many in the world find themselves in. Geography is our insulation. It is difficult for a Canadian to be drawn into a conflict, unless he or she enlists to do it. Even then, our military is rightly cautious with its international commitments. Dozens of ongoing, violent conflicts consume and maim tens of thousands of young and old every year. On a worldwide scale, veterans of war continue to mount every year. Some of us grew up with a parent who was a serving member in a major conflict, making the experience of war more real and immediate. But for most, war is something that happened far away and long ago. Do Remembrance Day ceremonies bring to the forefront of people’s minds the tragic immediacy of war? We see those who have served and it reminds us that our way of life here came at a great cost to many. We also recognize in the younger men and women who participate in the services, like our cadets, the reality that terrible conflicts far away could still consume and maim our own. We are thankful to all the veterans who have survived. We remember especially those who, because of their ultimate sacrifice, are most in danger of being forgotten. We are also thankful for those who serve today, whether in hostile overseas missions or in their ready willingness to rise to a call to action by their enlistment in the Canadian Armed Forces or Reserves. We also acknowledge the men and women who continue to quietly support veterans, both young and old, by their participation in the many Royal Canadian Legions across the province and across the country. Our own legion here in Burns Lake and its many volunteers are an important part of how we as a community support those who we publicly remember once a year.

Reaction was swift and scattered after the “framework agreement” on new oil pipelines announced last week by B.C. Premier Christy Clark and Alberta Premier Alison Redford. First, here’s what it doesn’t mean. “B.C. blinked,” according to one Toronto commentator, based on the popular notion that B.C. gave up its claim to a share of Alberta’s resource royalties from heavy oil. Clark never made such a claim, so it would be difficult to give it up. Her often-repeated condition of a “fair share” of revenues from any new oil pipelines is purposely vague, but after repeated protests from Alberta, Clark clarified as far back as last June that provincial royalties are not on the table. There is no constitutional way to make such a demand, a point Redford has made several times. NDP leader Adrian Dix and the usual chorus of professional protesters claimed that Clark flip-flopped, opposing the Enbridge Northern Gateway proposal before the election and then embracing it once she was re-elected. This is also inaccurate. Clark’s five conditions were set out before the May election, demanding approval by a federal environmental review, “world-leading” spill prevention and response capability on land and at sea, meeting legal requirements to consult and share benefits with aboriginal communities, and the undefined “fair share” for B.C. Clark said numerous times during the campaign that the conditions have not been met, and made pessimistic noises about Northern Gateway, but she very carefully did not campaign against it. The B.C. Liberal platform also endorsed a Kitimat-area oil refinery proposed by this newspaper’s owner, and Clark repeatedly referred to that sort of industrial expansion as one of the potential “fair share” components for B.C. The B.C. Liberal government made its opposition to Northern Gateway “as currently proposed” official on May 31, two weeks after the election, in its final submission to the federal review panel. If Clark had wanted to jump on the anti-pipeline bandwagon for political gain, that move could have been made earlier. NDP environment critic Spencer Chandra Herbert said the B.C. government has taken the position that more oil will reach the West Coast, by rail if not by pipeline. I’m not sure if or when that claim was made, but it’s true that rail shipments are already permitted. Here’s what Redford and Clark agreed on. Redford accepts B.C.’s five conditions, provincial royalties excluded, and Clark endorsed Redford’s proposed “Canadian Energy Strategy,” which B.C. rejected last year. A draft of the strategy released last summer contains no specifics on how it would facilitate a pipeline project from Alberta to B.C. It talks about developing Canada’s energy reserves and at the same time somehow reducing greenhouse gas emissions, and promises a final version next spring. Oh, and Quebec refuses to participate. Ottawa has sole jurisdiction over inter-provincial projects such as Northern Gateway and the proposal by Kinder Morgan Canada to expand the 60-year-old Trans Mountain pipeline to Burnaby and refineries in Washington. If there is to be some extra revenue for B.C. from oil traffic, it could theoretically take the form of a toll on pipelines. Redford pointed out the problem with that idea in her speech to an energy forum in Vancouver last week. She noted that 42 per cent of B.C. natural gas is piped through Alberta to markets. If B.C. can toll Alberta oil, the same could be done with B.C. gas. None of B.C.’s five conditions has yet been met. Legally, they don’t have to be, except for the one about accommodating aboriginal title. Tom Fletcher is legislature reporter and columnist for Black Press and BCLocalNews.com Twitter:@tomfletcherbc E-mail: tfletcher@blackpress.ca

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NOTICE OF SCHOOL BOARD MEETINGS

The dates and locations of the Regular Board Meetings of the Board of Education of School District No. 91 (Nechako Lakes) for the months of November and December 2013 are as follows: November 18, 2013 School Board Office, Vanderhoof, BC December 9, 2013 School Board Office,Vanderhoof, BC These meetings will commence at 6:00 p.m. Members of the public are invited to attend. Walter STrong photo

Lake Babine Nation members came from across their territories for their fifteenth Annual General Assembly at the Margaret Patrick Hall in Burns Lake. The three day gathering allowed staff and council to report on their work from the year before, while citizen’s were given a chance to question their leaders directly. LAKE BABINE from t P3 governments who do not seem to recognize the territorial rights of First Nations when it comes to resource extraction and the profits it brings with it. But LBN is receiving some economic advantage already from preliminary natural gas pipeline work in their territories. The recently completed Summit Camp, located behind the Fort Babine Lodge site, became operational on June 24, 2013. The full-service camp has 23 rooms under contract with Spectra Energy, and 10 rooms under contract with Stantec, who is doing work related to the TransCanada Coastal GasLink project. The camp is staffed by seven LBN members, and was built with lumber milled at the Fort Babine Sawmill. Fred William, Fort Babine councillor, described his community’s location along the energy corridor as making it a prime location for industry to consider.

“We have industries knocking on our door,” William said. “Especially mining and pipeline companies.” “As leaders we are making sure that a proper plan is in place to start economic adventures with the companies that are active in our area.” The 2013 sockeye salmon harvest was a devastating blow to LBN. Only 312,327 sockeye were counted at the Babine Lake fence. A minimum of 1,050,000 are required to fulfil Skeena First Nations food fish requirements, spawning channels and wild tributaries. On a positive note, Donna Macintyre, LBN fisheries director, noted that an unusually large return of jack sockeye (two-year old sockeye that have returned to spawning channels) was counted, at 320,783 fish. Although jack salmon are not commercially viable, Macintyre reported that the high number typically means an extremely high sockeye return the following year.

Village plans phase two downtown

Revitalization committee has concerns Walter Strong The Nov. 7, 2013 meeting of the Burns Lake Downtown Revitalization Committee (DRC) saw proposed plans for phase two work surrounding the Shell brownfield site this is nearing completion of reme-

diation testing. The proposal is to build a pull-through R.V. parking area directly across from the Rexall Drugstore parking lot. A new entrance would be available, across from the Rexall. The existing lane way options would remain which connect Hwy. 16 to Third Ave. behind the Post Office. Business owners on the committee expressed concern surrounding the proposed design, which includes portions of the lot to be landscaped rather than converted to parking spaces, as

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Future pro chefs serve up lunch

Students in Darlene Godfrey’s profession cook program at the College of New Caledonia, Lakes District Campus serve up weekly lunches as part of their training. Word has spread Walter Strong photo of the delicious meals the students cook up. Lunch sells out fast.

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facilitate those meetings, and producing materials of questionable practical value following such meetings that almost never addressed the actual difficulties children and youth were experiencing in their lives – issues such as parental addiction, domestic violence, poverty, neglect and the need for mental health services or special needs support." Stephanie Cadieux, B.C.'s Minister of Children and Family Development, said Wednesday she accepts the findings of the report, and agrees that the ministry "strayed from its mandate to provide direct services." A new deputy minister appointed two years ago has worked to redirect ministry spending to services for those in need, Cadieux

The B.C. government has spent 10 years and $66 million on meetings and consultants to discuss aboriginal "governance" of children in protective care, while actual services such as domestic violence safe houses remain inadequate to meet the need. That conclusion emerges from a new report from B.C.'s Representative for Children and Youth, Mary Ellen Turpel-Lafond, who calls it a "confused, unstable and bizarre area of public policy" where millions continue to be spent without accountability. "For example," Turpel-Lafond wrote, "nearly $35 million was spent discussing regional aboriginal authorities, including large expenditures on paying people to meet, hiring consultants to

Thank you! Nechako Kitamaat Development Fund Society Intata Logging Regional District of Bulkley-Nechako, Electoral Area E Bulkley Valley Credit Union Burn Lake & District Community Foundation For your generous financial donations that enabled the construction of the Outdoor Stage at Grassy Plains Community Hall. We are very appreciative of this wonderful addition to our Community Hall!

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Thursday – November 14 #2054

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Burns Lake Automotive – Harper 24”Rough Sweep Push Broom - - is now #1033B Staff @ Burns Lake Liquor Store Lakeview Mall -- $25.00 Gift Certificate to BC Government Liquor Store Value $25.00 – is now #1049B Marie Hiebert – 1 Doz White Homemade Buns Value Priceless – is now #1058B Marie Hiebert – 1 Doz Brown Homemade Buns Value Priceless – is now #1087

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Ken Millar Don Yeomans 2004 Show of Hearts Special Edition Print “Heaven” Ken Millar Robert Bateman 2011 Show of Hearts Special Edition Poster of “Grizzly at Rest” Purely H2O Stainless Steel Water Bottle Burns Lake Teacher’s Union $50.00 Gift Card to Alternative Grounds Ken Millar Robert Bateman 2010 Show of Hearts Special Edition Poster of “Sleeping Snow Leopard”

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Thursday – November 14 #2005B #2026B #2041B #2066B #2071B #2089B #2113 #2116 #2120

Ken Millar Robert Bateman 2005 Show of Hearts Special Edition Poster of “Excursion – Cougar and Kits” Burns Lake Teacher’s Union $50 Gift Certificate to Beacon Theatre Ken Millar Robert Bateman 2009 Show of Hearts Special Edition Poster of “Momentum” Burns Lake Teacher’s Union $50 Gift Certificate to Beacon Theatre Ken Millar Robert Bateman 2008 Show of Hearts Special Edition Poster of “Arctic Family” Ken Millar Robert Bateman 2006 Show of Hearts Special Edition Poster of “Grizzly and Cubs” Value unknown Ken Millar Robert Bateman 2010 Show of Hearts Special Edition Poster of “Orca Procession” Burns Lake Teacher’s Union $50 Gift Certificate to China Moon Ken Millar Robert Bateman 2007 Show of Hearts Special Edition Poster of “On the Brink”

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WALTER STRONG A hungry learner probably has his or her mind on the next meal rather than the day’s studies. Several School District 91 schools include a breakfast and/ or a lunch program for their students. Since 2012, RioTinto Alcan (RTA) has partnered with the Breakfast Club of Canada (BCC) to sponsor seven programs in School District 91. More than 400 students at Fort St. James Secondary, Fraser Lake Elementary, Lakes District Secondary School (LDSS), Fort Babine Elementary, and three schools on the Woyenne reserve (Kindergarten, Primary, and the K’ay Skak alternate program) in Burns Lake, benefit from their schools participation in the breakfast program. Grassy Plains Elementary Secondary School has recently applied to be part of the program, and has been placed on a waiting list pending available funding. Grassy Plains had a hot lunch program for 10 years running, until this year. Cheslatta Carrier Nation hosted the program for seven years with funds drawn from their community forest operations. It started out as a small program to address the needs of Cheslatta children, but quickly grew to include all students at Grassy Plains. Three years ago, after the mountain pine beetle epidemic affected the profitability of the community forest and after the shut down of the Cheslatta sawmill, RTA stepped in and took over funding the $70,000 a year program for three years. Recently, RTA announced cost saving measures that meant the shutdown of funding for Grassy Plains school.

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Burns Lake Community Forest is beginning harvesting and hauling operations.

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Lynne Reed serves up breakfast and lunch everyday at the Lakes District Secondary School in Burns Lake. The breakfast program serves between 60 to 80 kids every morning, and is funded by community partners and the Breakfast Club of Canada. Corrina Leween was Cheslatta Carrier chief when the Grassy Plains hot lunch program was initially established, and is sad to see the program no longer available. “I can’t stress enough how important it was to this community,” Leween said. “Having it disappear is detrimental to our community. The kids got use to sitting and eating together. In our traditional ways, food is the glue of the community.” Seven other schools in the school district are on the waiting list. The waiting list represents about 600 children. RioTinto Alcan’s 2012 $109,400 donation to BCC made it possible for the organization to equip schools and train staff and volunteers to be able to offer the program. “We’re 98 per cent funded by corporations and businesses,” said Josee Desjardins, BCC Western Canada regional director. “We have close to a 100 programs in B.C.” RioTinto Alcan’s funding will come to an end this January, and a decision has not been made whether or not the funding will be renewed. But BCC looks at its role as on ongoing commitment, regardless of specific local funding. “If RTA cannot renew their funding, we will keep supporting the schools,” she said. “We’re not going to walk away.” “Ideally, we’d find a new sponsor, but we have national sponsors, like Walmart, Costco, and Air Canada for example, so we won’t walk away from a school be-

cause we’re loosing dedicated funding.” The national level funding allows BCC to maintain stable programs where it has already establish programs, but local corporate and individual sponsors are needed to keep the program growing. Funding levels determine how long a school has to remain on a waiting list of a breakfast program. In Burns Lake, at LDSS, between 60 and 80 kids take advantage of the free breakfast every day. Lynne Reed, who runs the LDSS kitchen, has been serving up healthy homemade food since spring of 2012. She has a full day of kitchen work everyday. In addition to the breakfast program, LDSS also provides a lunch program spread over separate time blocks to manage student volumes. Reed works with student, staff and community volunteers, in-

cluding Burns Lake RCMP members to get the meals out. In addition to the principle funding that comes from BCC and Rio Tinto Alcan, LDSS principal Mike Skinner said the program is supported by a strong base of community support, including The Lakes District Family Enhancement program, Breakfast for Learning, the Rotary Club of Burns Lake, the Burns Lake District Teachers Association, James Ferguson, the CIBC, and the Lakes District Food Bank Coalition. “We have stable funding for two or three years,” Skinner said. “Then we’ll have to see were things stand.” Breakfast and lunch programs have been shown to decrease bullying and increase student focus and ability to learn. “When we first started the [lunch] program, the school told us the program made a change for

students in the school towards eliminating violence and racism,” Leween recalled. “They raved about the program and how much it did.” Schools that don’t participate in a regular breakfast program still watch out for students who may be going hungry. “We... help out students who missed breakfast or forgot a lunch,” said Decker Lake Elementary School principal Vincent Hewgill.

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Young authors now in school library Nine Burns Lake students at William Konkin Elementary school were selected as winners of the 2013 Young Writers of Canada contest. On Nov. 7, 2013, the school gathered to celebrate their achievement, and former story contest winner Abby Michell presented six of the students with copies of the anthology they are now published in. Three of the contest winners were not available for the assembly. Pictured here are Abby Michell, WKE teacher Judy Thompson, librarian Kevin Miller, and contest winners Micah Watson, Clorese George, Bradley Golar, Brianna Bjorgen, Blair Bysouth, and Christian Robinsons. Not available for the Walter Strong photo photo were Darren Joseph, Noah Bjarnason, and Nichol Reed.

TALK from t P6 said. She acknowledged that another $8 million is being spent this fiscal year on impractical "nation to nation" talks before consulting contracts expire. NDP children and families critic Carole James said she supports the concept of delegating child welfare to aboriginal communities where it's practical to do so. But she said it's "appalling" that millions are spent on high-level meetings while there is an eight-month waiting list for youth mental health services. The B.C. Liberal government has a track record of this, going back to former premier Gordon Campbell, who recruited a South African expert as deputy minister to impose a new aboriginal child care system, she said. "They put out a big idea or a slogan, say they're going to move it, and then have no plan to implement it properly, with resources, with clear outcomes," James said. "The tragedy with this one is it's aboriginal children who are suffering." Cadieux said it isn't fair to conclude all the money was wasted. The ministry has better relationships with aboriginal communities, and still provides direct services across the province, she said.

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thinking about pipelines

Very Toxic Bitumen extrac�on uses a lot of energy to get a li�le more energy. It uses a lot of water – twice as much as the city of Calgary every day. It pollutes air, land, and water downstream. Rare and unusual cancers are found regularly in the people and animals living downstream. Bitumen sinks in water. Condensate, made from natural gas and used to dilute bitumen, contains many dangerous chemicals. Material Safety Data Sheets classify it as “Very Toxic Material”.

Risk of a Spill Enbridge has been cited and fined many �mes for safety infrac�ons and for viola�ons of wetland and waterway protec�on regula�ons. Enbridge pipes average a spill every 5 days. A spill is a ma�er of “when” and “where”, not “if”. The petroleum industry and government consider a clean-up “successful” if they collect 10% to 15% of the spill. The 2010 spill in Michigan's Kalamazoo River has not been cleaned up yet. The amount of dilbit between the shut-off valves on both sides of the “Narrows” here in Burns Lake would be larger than the spill at Kalamazoo.

What about accessing a remote spill in deep snow, or a�er a landslide or earthquake? Exposure can cause immediate severe problems What about forest fire? for your breathing, skin and eyes, diges�ve tract, and brain and nervous system. Some of these chemicals are known to cause cancers, gene�c muta�ons, and birth defects. In a dilbit spill, the condensate may become a poten�ally poisonous and explosive cloud, even below freezing temperatures. Remember, we live in a valley.

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Enbridge wants to build 2 huge pipelines through our community. One pipe would pump diluted bitumen (dilbit) from Alberta’s tar sands to Ki�mat, and from there by super-tankers to China and elsewhere. The other pipe would pump condensate from Asia and Russia back to Alberta. The proposed Northern Gateway pipelines would cross under “the Narrows” near the Welcome sign at the west end of the Village of Burns Lake, upstream from water sources for the village including Woyenne (Lake Babine Na�on), for Ts’il Kaz Koh First Na�on (Burns Lake Band), and for many individual homes. Bitumen is too thick and heavy to pump. Dilbit is more acidic, corrosive, and abrasive than crude oil. It has to be heated and diluted with solvents (condensate) before it’s pumped under very high pressure. Leaving the pump sta�on, dilbit could be pumped at up to 2,600 pound per square inch (psi).

How Much? Dilbit about 356 barrels per minute = almost 6 barrels per second Condensate about 134 barrels per minute

The Real Money The cost for clean-up and losses a�er the Exxon Valdez spill was $6.300 billion. The clean-up of the Kalamazoo spill, so far, is $1.039 billion. Enbridge es�mates that the total tax revenues for all levels of government would be $2.6 billion over the 30-year lifespan of the Northern Gateway project. That's less than $2.48 per Canadian per year.

Northern Gateway pipelines route through Burns Lake, BC

pipelines Right of Way and Exclusion (Safety) Zone (approximate scale) an�cipated spill paths through local streams

That's all taxes “generated from all economic ac�vity from project opera�ons”, not just direct taxes paid by Enbridge.

based on Enbridge’s submissions to the Joint Review Panel of the Na�onal Energy Board.

In other words, we in Bri�sh Columbia will need the tax income from 2½ pipelines for 30 years to pay for 1 spill the size of the Exxon Valdez. Super-tankers could carry 8 �mes that amount of petroleum… ...about 220 of them per year.

The Real Jobs Pipelines might create a few full-�me jobs. Pipelines also create a high risk to the income and livelihood of everyone else: farming, fishing, forestry, hun�ng, tourism. What economy will there be a�er a major dilbit spill?

Long-Term When a pipeline is decommissioned by the (federal) Na�onal Energy Board, it is no longer the responsibility of the pipeline owner. A pipeline this large would allow the tar sands to grow by about 30%. We need to invest in alterna�ves. Locking into a petroleum future will lead to escala�ng climate change and water shortages.

Enbridge pipelines a spill every 5 days

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Student members of the Lakes District Secondary School Interact/Voice club brought boxes of donations to the Burns Lake Food Bank. The students went out on Halloween night and collected over 600 non-perishable food items for the “We Scare Hunger” Campaign with Free the Children.

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Preliminary downtown phase two plans shown bilities were more expensive. Staff also noted that the addition of downtown parking would go towards making more downtown core parking available, something which was a sore point for Burns Lake business owners who lost a portion, or all, of their street side parking under phase one work. Phase two is in very preliminary stages. Village of Burns Lake (VBL) staff do not know yet how the Shell property will converted to VBL property. It may be gifted, leased or sold

for a very low price, but nothing has been finalized. Remediation, although nearing completion, must receive an environmental certificate before anything can be done with the land. The preliminary plans will allow VBL staff to include phase two construction in upcoming budget deliberations. Kelly Holliday, business owner and member of the DRC, opposed the resolution to bring the plans forward for budgetary consideration and approval by VBL council.

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Burns Lake Curling Club league play is underway. If you are short on gear or experience, come out anyway say league coordinators; you don’t have to use a kitchen broom like Burns Lake’s Garth Schienbein above. The club has loaners. porter curling in Burns Lake and she encourages people to come out and give it a try. “Curling is inexpensive, all you need are clean running shoes,” Hamp added. “The curling club allows the use of brooms and other gear. People should feel free to come out anytime.” League play is competitive, but Hamp organizes team rosters so that league play is fair and even. “Men's league play is off to a slow start,” said Kevin White who has been working at get-

ting the league off the ground this year. “Unless we get more interest in forming men’s teams, we’ll have to try and accommodate the men who have already committed to a spot in the mixed league,” White said. Enough men came out for regularly scheduled play last Wednesday to form three men teams, but White is looking for at least five teams to make the season work. Six teams would be ideal. If enough teams can't be formed for a men's league, those that have

signed up for league play will probably be absorbed into mixed league play Thursday evenings. Mixed league has eight teams signed up, but could easily handle two more teams. There is only one drop-in league at the moment, a senior's league that plays on Tuesdays and Thursdays. The curling club at one time hosted a youth league, but the organizers moved away and nobody has taken up the project. Logan Wilson, Vil-

lage of Buns Lake recreation coordinator is looking into funding options for setting up another drop-in league, or a youth drop-in league. He hopes to be able to set a program in motion early in the new year, if funding comes through. Women's league plays Tuesday evenings at 6:30 p.m., mixed league is Thursdays at 6:30 p.m., and the senior's drop in league is Tuesdays and Thursdays 10 a.m. to noon. Men's league is Wednesdays at 6:30 p.m.

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Parents and Tots Skate: 11:00am Wednesday, Nov. 13th at Public Skating: 00pm d Sunday, Nov. 17th @ 4: an pm 30 7: @ th 15 v. No Friday, Drop in Seniors Curling: ay @ 10:00am Every Tuesday and Thursd Hi Everyone, It is great that all three sheets of ice are in at the curling rink and the Burns Lake Curling Club and the Drop-In Seniors group are curling! Village Recreation would like to thank Venture Pacific (Multi-Use Facility construction company), Bruce Carscadden Architect, sub contractors and the Village Public Works Department for making this possible.

Logan Wilson, Rec Coordinator Burn Lake Highland Dancers dance recital Nov. 14 at LDSS. Doors open 6:00 p.m. for Silent Auction, performance starts at 7:00 p.m. Admission by donation.

Village Recreation is looking for Seasonal Part Arena Attendants. This is an exciting opportunity for those interested in a career in recreation. Please visit http://office.burnslake.ca/jobs/ to find current job description.

Increase your business exposure by advertising in the arena. Contact the Village for how your business can support community recreation programs and facilities by advertising at the arena. The Tom Forsyth Arena and the curling rink are under construction please take care when near or inside the facilities.

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Curling will be starting soon! For more info call Kevin 250-692-3294 (Men’s League), Gabriela 250-692-3698 (Women’s) or Sandra/John Barth 250-692-3371 (Mixed)


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Lakes District Maintenance quality assurance and planning manager (L) Cori Funk and operations manager (R) Steve Gailing presented a $1500 donation to John and Sandra Barth of the Lakes District Arts Council for the 2013/14 performing arts season, Pieces of Eight. To date, Lakes District Maintenance has donated a total of $12,000 to the Lakes District Arts Council.

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Premier Christy Clark and Redford find common pipeline ground Tom Fletcher Premier Christy Clark met Alberta Premier Alison Redford in Vancouver Thursday to announce what they are calling a "framework agreement" for heavy oil pipeline expansion to the West Coast. Alberta agrees to support B.C.'s demand for a revenue share from the oil production and export, as long as it doesn't come from Alberta's resource royalties. B.C. agrees to support Alberta's call for a national energy strategy, Clark and Redford said Tuesday. "Alberta has reached a broader understanding and acceptance of British Columbia's five conditions, and our province had agreed to join the Canadian Energy Strategy discussions started by Premier Redford," Clark told reporters at an energy conference in Vancouver. In previous meetings, Redford has been adamant that none of Alberta's resource royalties from oilsands crude will be shared. B.C. has argued that the oil producers and the federal government have to find a solution to the conditions for approval laid

down by Clark. Redford said her proposed national strategy is to address interprovincial projects such as pipelines, recognizing that energy is provincial jurisdiction. "We don't think this is about quid pro quo or gotcha politics," Redford said. "This is about putting in place economic models that are going to work for Canada, for each of our economies, and allow for product to move." Clark said she is pleased that Redford accepted her conditions, and the assurance she gave at their June meeting in Kelowna that B.C. isn't after Alberta's resource royalties. B.C. makes substantial royalties from natural gas and hopes to increase that substantially with exports, Clark said. NDP leader Adrian Dix contrasted Tuesday's statements with Clark's position before the May election, where the government told the federal review panel on the Enbridge Northern Gateway pipeline proposal it was opposed. NDP environment critic Spencer Chandra Herbert said B.C. has also changed its position to say oil shipments

are "going to happen, whether by train or by pipeline." Redford visited B.C. to give a keynote speech to an energy forum hosted by the Vancouver Board of Trade. The sold-out event included a panel discussion with Redford and Kinder Morgan Canada president Ian Anderson, whose company is proposing to expand its Trans Mountain pipeline from Alberta to its Burnaby marine terminal and refineries in Burnaby and Washington. Anderson was asked by Black Press how his company would respond if B.C. proposes a specific tax or

toll on each barrel of oil shipped through the twinned Trans Mountain pipeline. "I think it's far too early to be talking about those kinds of concepts," Anderson said. "We're looking to define and deliver the benefits from our project directly to communities in British Columbia. The extent to which the B.C. government evaluates those, they'll do so on their own accord and they'll call me if they need to." A federal review panel is preparing to make recommendations on Enbridge's Northern Gateway pipeline proposed to run from Alberta to a new marine

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Community groups can apply for ent’s for projects that can benefit local resid lications health and well being. Funding app s Lake can be picked up at the Village of Burn or the Chamber of Commerce.

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Pines veterans Honoured

Joe Comeau, Royal Canadian Legion Branch 50 president, shakes hands with Tom Panrucker, a veteran living at the Pines care home in Burns Lake. To Panrucker’s left are veterans Nick Ukrainetz, Shannon Karenko and Robert Carby. The Royal Canadian Legion Branch 50, and the Burns Lake RCMP attended the service. Walter strong Photo

Minister rejects report of ALC demise sion would overrule the ALC on decisions in B.C.'s northeast. The OGC already has some authority on land use, and its role in the review is "tiny," he said. NDP leader Adrian Dix accused the government of hiding its

intentions before the May election. "After commending two separate reviews that called for the ALC to be strengthened before the election, the Liberals are now conspiring to undermine it," Dix said.

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A farmer’s field near Southside. Debate has continued for decades about the agricultural land reserves function outside B.C.’s main farming regions, where development pressure is high. Bennett said agricul- Bennett said. The curTom Fletcher News reports suggesting the B.C. government is considering dismantling the Agricultural Land Commission are not accurate, the minister in charge of the government's "core review" says. A plan outlined in documents leaked to the Globe and Mail this week is "so secret that I don't even know about it myself," Energy Minister Bill Bennett said in an interview. "We're not even considering blowing up the ALC, or bringing it inside government."

tural land commissioners will continue to decide on applications to amend the land reserve, established 40 years ago to protect farmland from development. Bennett refused to comment on the suggestion that the province could be divided into two zones with different processes. But he said he is aware of many cases outside the southwestern part of B.C. where obviously unfarmable land remains locked in the reserve. Part of the problem has been a lack of funding to the commission,

rent budget adds $4 million to the commission's budget over three years. "It's not all their fault, it's the way the legislation is written, it's the way their policies have developed," Bennett said. "All of those things add up to a lot of questionable decisions being made, and certainly not in areas where they have good agricultural land like Richmond and south Vancouver Island and the Fraser Valley and the Okanagan." Bennett also rejected the suggestion that the Oil and Gas Commis-

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• 1 year Feeder Finance program for purchasing calves and or yearlings • Purchases may be own calves, auction market purchasing or country buying • Loans are for a maximum of 12 months • Livestock may be sold as feeders, short keeps, or finished for slaughter • Livestock may also be fed in a custom feedlot • Livestock mortality insurance Federal Advance Payment program - Producers may be eligible for interest relief on loans up to $100,000.00. Don’t miss this opportunity.

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Burns Lake Rotary Calendar - Deadline November 15, 2013. For info call Gordon Douglas at 250-698-7460.


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OUR TOWN Burn Lake Highland Dancers will be putting a dance recital on Nov. 14 at LDSS. Doors open at 6pm for Silent Auction, performance starts at 7pm. Admission by donation. Southside Strongstart outreach. Learning program for children and caregivers/ parents. Tues. 10am-2pm, Wed. 12:15-3:15pm, W.O.W. Bus at the S.E.D.A. Centre. Rita: (250) 694-3396. Prenatal Classes Thurs. 6-8pm Burns Lake Health Unit - located in the hospital. (250) 692-2460 to register. Parent-child Mother Goose. Children between 0-5 yrs. Circle time, snack time & free play 10am-11:30am Wed. & Fri. at Muriel Mould learning Centre. Burns Lake & District Seniors Luncheon starting Oct. 1, every second Tuesday at noon at the Immaculata.

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Indoor playspace for families & children 1-5 yrs. Contact Village of Burns Lake for start-up date: (250) 692-7587. Strongstart. Preschool program for children and caregivers/parents. Crafts, circle time & snacks. Mon. - Fri. 9am-12pm. Muriel Mould Learning Centre. Southside Family Centered Program. Preschool program for children and caregivers/parents. Thurs. 11:30am - 3pm. Grassy Plains School. Rita (250) 694-3396. Southside Health & Wellness Centre: November 2013. Chair yoga every Tues. & Fri. 10-11am. Foot Care, by appt., Nov. 21. Good Food Box pick up Nov. 13. Dental varnishing for children 6 and under Nov. 20. Flu shots available by appointment. More info: (250) 694-3270. Story Time at the Library: Register your pre-school children. Call the Burns Lake Public Library at (250) 692-3192.

SUNDAY, 10:30 AM Contact: Roland & Lisa Cataford 250-692-9196 ~Everyone Welcome ~

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DECKER LAKE MENNONITE CHURCH Sunday Morning Services: Sunday School: 9:30 a.m. Worship Services: 10:30 a.m.

Pastors - Ken Dyck 250-698-7629 David S. Burkholder 250-692-7057 Everyone Welcome Hwy 16, Decker Lake

Seventh Day Adventist Church Group Meets Saturdays at 10:00 a.m. at the United Church on Centre Street.

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BEAUTIFUL COUNTRY SETTING 160 acres with totally renovated 1400 sq.ft. home. Three bedrooms, one bath, quality kitchen, laminate flooring. Large 30x60 barn with five stalls, two foaling/hay stalls and tack room. Old heritage barn, outbuildings, auto watering system, fenced and cross fenced. Call for appointment to view (250) 698-7387

This 3000 sq/ft house is locate 10 minutes from town and sits on 7.3 acres. Three bedrooms up and one down with two and a half bathrooms. Hardwood floors on main floor with carpet in master bedroom. Oak cupboards in kitchen and a large wrap around deck. Heated with a wood furnace and natural gas back up. There is a Lot of out buildings including a shop and large barn. As well its on a school bus route.

Asking $254,000 Contact Jeremy at (250) 692-3247

Burns Lake Lakeshore Property for sale Pioneer Way • 1.37 Acres; 200 ft of lakeshore x 577 ft. • The last lakeshore property in Burns Lake with city water and sewerage. • Build your own home to your own specification. • Beautiful views of Lake and hills. • Could be subdivided into 2 or 3 good sized plots.

$235,000

Any reasonable offer considered. (250) 692-0253 evenings and weekends

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SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 91 (NECHAKO LAKES) Journeyman Carpenter TQ Vanderhoof Maintenance Department HOURS OF WORK: 8 hours per day, 5 days per week DUTIES TO COMMENCE: Immediately RATE OF PAY: $27.28 per hour as per the current Collective Agreement School District No. 91 (Nechako Lakes) is seeking a highly motivated, progressive individual who would be interested in working as a Journeyman Carpenter - Trades Qualified in the Vanderhoof Area. This individual would provide carpentry and maintenance services to the repair, alteration and construction of District buildings, fixtures and equipment. The ideal candidate should demonstrate or meet the following criteria: KNOWLEDGE:  O completion of Grade 12 (Dogwood Certificate)  O valid BC Trade Certification as a Carpenter  O valid Class 5, B.C. Driver’s License with an exemplary driving record as demonstrated by a current driver’s abstract.

Medical Health VIAGRA 100mg or CIALIS 20mg. Generic. 40 tabs + 10 Free all for $99 including Free Shipping. Discreet, Fast Shipping. 1-888-836-0780 or metromeds.net

Misc Services GUITAR LESSONS have started. Over 10 years teaching privately in Burns Lake. Bruce (250) 692-7728

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Auctions GROCERY STORE AUCTION November 16 @11am, Burnaby Hobart meat equipment & dishwashers, True coolers & freezers. View @www.KwikAuctions.com

Heavy Duty Machinery A-STEEL SHIPPING DRY STORAGE CONTAINERS Used 20’40’45’53’and insulated containers all sizes in stock. SPECIAL Trades are welcome. 40’ Containers under $2500! Call Toll Free Also JD 544 & 644 wheel loaders JD 892D LC Excavator Ph 1-866-528-7108 Delivery BC and AB www.rtccontainer.com

EXPERIENCE  O Experience gained through Trades Qualification apprenticeship program inclusive of 1 year industry related experience  O Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System (WHMIS) Certificate and Familiarity with Work Safe BC safety procedures SKILLS & ABILITIES  O ability to read and interpret drawings and specifications  O good basic knowledge of painting and finishing  O ability to perform a variety of skilled carpentry tasks in the construction and maintenance of school district facilities  O thorough and current knowledge of the standards, practices, regulations, methods, tools and equipment of the trade  O ability to communicate effectively using courtesy, tact and discretion in dealing with requests, complaints and clarification of information    O ability to use judgement to interpret, analyze and modify methods and procedures  O physical capability to perform the job duties  O basic working knowledge of computers For complete duties and responsibilities of this position, please contact Lynn Maksymchak at 250-567-2284 or lmaksymchak@sd91.bc.ca Applications will be accepted for the following position until 4:00 pm, Friday, November 22, 2013 by: LYNN MAKSYMCHAK DISTRICT PRINCIPAL - HUMAN RESOURCES/ LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 91 (NECHAKO LAKES) PO BOX 129 VANDERHOOF BC V0J 3A0

Wanted Full or Part-time Esthetician & Registered Massage Therapist Please drop resume off at Cloud Nine 1306 Main Street, Smithers or email to: jgroves@citywest.ca

Huckleberry Mines Ltd., an 17,000 TPD open pit copper/ molybdenum mine located 121 kilometers south of Houston in west central British Columbia, commenced operation in September 1997; a recent expansion has extended the mine life to 2021. We are currently recruiting for the following position:

Plumber/Gasfitter – Temporary Position

Reporting to the Site Services Supervisor, the successful candidate will be part of the Site Services Team which is responsible for the repair and upkeep of a 250 and 100 person camps and mine site buildings and infrastructure. Duties include plumbing and gas repairs, scheduled maintenance checks and some carpentry work.

Applicants require experience in building and mechanical equipment maintenance and repair, ability to use power and hand tools and follow safe work practices. A journeyman plumber’s ticket and a minimum class B gas Àtter’s ticket with electrical endorsement are required and should be submitted with resume.

Huckleberry Mine is a remote mine where its employees live in a camp environment on their days of work. This position works a 7 x 7 schedule (7 days in, 7 days out). While at the mine site all meals and accommodations are provided free of charge to employees. Transportation is provided from Houston. We thank all applicants for their interest in Huckleberry Mines Ltd., but only those selected for an interview will be contacted. 4ualiÀed candidates can submit their resumes in conÀdence to: Human Resources Department Huckleberry Mines Ltd. P.O. Box 3000, Houston, B.C. V0J 1Z0 Fax: (604) 517-4701 Email: HR@Huckleberrymines.com

Homes for Rent 4 BEDROOM home, with den off newly remodeled kitchen, 2 bathrooms, laundry facilities available, large deck off of dining room, home has lots of character, and is well maintained. Large lot which backs onto nature trails. Heat and hydro are included in the rent. Available immediately. Rent $1200 a month. Call 250-6921805 or 250-692-9390.

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Heavy Duty Machinery

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LOCALLY-OWNED, well-established vacuum truck company looking for Class 1, 3, Vacuum and Gravel Truck Operators. Oilfield tickets an asset but not necessary. Incentive package available. Blue Cross after three months. Must be willing to relocate or work three weeks on and one week off. Fax resume and driver’s abstract to 403-8453903.

Heavy Duty Machinery

1987 Omega P&H Crane 50 ton crane, for sale “where is, as is”

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Journey Level Electrician Babine Forest Products is currently searching for a Journey Level Electrician with experience in lumber processing machinery. Key responsibilities include troubleshooting and maintenance of equipment and systems, machinery operation, understanding of electrical systems, expertise with all tools related to the trade and good communication skills. The successful candidate must be able to establish a working relationship with maintenance, production and management personnel to achieve the goal of the organization. You must understand the mechanics of working machinery, be able to install, maintain, troubleshoot and repair equipment and facilities. The ability to understand and work with work order systems, machine histories, scheduling, warehousing and related maintenance fields is necessary. Preferred qualifications would be a minimum of 3 years in an Industrial Electrician position and Red Seal certification as a Journeyman Electrician. Experience with Allen Bradley PLC’s, Allen Bradley and Mitsubishi VFD’s and IT communications is also preferred. Please forward your resume by November 22, 2013 to: Anne Currie Human Resources Assistant Babine Forest Products Limited hrcanada@hamptonaffiliates.com Confidential fax 503-291-5591 Babine Forest Products, working jointly with First Nations, provides equal opportunity for employment including First Nation status privileges. We offer competitive compensation, benefits and the potential for career advancement. We wish to thank all those who apply; however only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

Babine Forest Products Limited, Burns Lake BC


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Trucks & Vans

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1993 Chevrolet Suburban 2500 4x4: 5.7 litre gas, 2” lift, x-police, 400,000 km. $1500. 1997 Chevrolet Silverado 2500 Supercab 4x4: 5.7 litre turbo diesel, leather, 4” lift, headache rack, box liner, 300,000 km. $2500. 1995 Chevrolet Silverado SLT, 2500 s/c long box, 4x4: 6.5 litre turbo diesel, leather, 4” lift, headache rack, box liner, 300,000 km. $3000. 1994 Ford F350 Crewcab, 4x4 (ambulance): 5.8 litre gas, box liner, trailer package, 190,000, new all season tires. $3000. Contact Johnny Johnson at (250) 6920021 or jammonitoring@live.ca for further information.

Puzzle Answers

Legal Notices

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NOTICE TO REMOVE PRIVATE LAND FROM WOODLOT LICENCE W1691

Please be advised that Matt, Dennis and Vicki Nealis are proposing to remove 122.3 hectares of private land from Woodlot Licence W1691 located in the Takysie Lake area. Inquiries and/or comments must be submitted to The Forstdale Canyon Adventure Ltd. (Alison Patch, RPF) at 7296 Colleymount Road, Burns Lake, BC V0J 1E2 by November 29, 2013. Only written inquiries received by this date will be responded to. Information about this proposal can be obtained by contacting the abovementioned at (250) 6956340.

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Notice of Intention to Apply for a Disposition of Crown Land Take notice that Southside Economic Development Association from Southbank, BC have applied to the Ministry of Forests, Lands and Natural Resource Operations (MFLNRO), Smithers, for a Licence of Occupation - Community - Miscellaneous Use situated on Provincial Crown land located THAT PART OF DISTRICT LOT 7734, RANGE 5 COAST DISTRICT, CONTAINING 0.005 HECTARES, MORE OR LESS, Francois Lake. This application is for the purposes of licencing a public dock. The Lands File for this application is 6408605. Written comments concerning this application should be directed to the Nadina Land Officer, MFLNRO, at 3333 Tatlow Rd., P.O. Bag 6000, Smithers, BC V0J 2N0. Comments will be received by MFLNRO up to Thursday, December 26, 2013. MFLNRO may not be able to consider comments received after this date. Please visit the website at http://www.arfd.gov.bc.ca/ ApplicationPosting/index. jsp for more information. Be advised that any response to this advertisement will be considered part of the public record. For information, contact the Freedom of Information Advisor at Ministry of Forests, Lands and Natural Resource Operations’ Office in Smithers.

Burns Lake & area P&B Mechanical Your Dealer

Bill and Patsy Miller

29850 Hwy 16 West PO Box 450 Burns Lake, BC V0J 1E0

Owners

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Hampton Affiliates Canadian Operations

B.L.N.D.C.

Amendment to Hampton’s approved Forest Stewardship Plan (FSP) for the Lakes Timber Supply Area (TSA) Babine Forest Products Limited (Babine) has amended its approved 2012 Forest Stewardship Plan (FSP) for the Lakes Timber Supply Area (TSA). The purpose of this amendment is a Results and Strategies to manage for visuals on Taltapin Lake in utilizing the dead pine component left on the landscape unit. There are no other changes to Babine’s approved FSP. Babine proposed FSP amendment will be referred for a period of 60 days starting November 13th, 2013 and will be available for review at the Babine Forest Products administration office Monday through Friday during normal business hours. A representative from Babine will be available to answer any questions, address concerns and provide additional information in regards to our proposed amendment.  Comments arising from this referral process will be considered in the approval of the amendment to this Forest Stewardship Plan.  

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If you have any questions, or would like to meet and discuss the proposed FSP, we encourage you to call Daniella Oake, Planning Supervisor at Babine Forest Products Limited 250-692–7177. Babine Forest Products Limited, 19479 Hwy 16 East, Box 4000, Burns Lake, BC V0J 1E0 • Telephone 250-692-7177 • Fax 250-692-4595 Decker Lake Forest Products Ltd., 10345 Lewis Rd., Box 250, Burns Lake, BC V0J 1E0 • Telephone 250-698-7304 • Fax 250-698-7374 www.HamptonAffiliates.com

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NEW PUB HOURS: Mon. to Sat. 11:00am-11:00pm • Sun 4:00-10:00pm Liquor Store closed at 10:00pm on Sundays

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Get online for $349 Make your online debut in style, and without breaking the bank. For more info see: KamloopsDesign.com Or contact Thao Douglas by email at kamloopsdesign@live.ca I am a Digital Art & Design graduate from TRU in Kamloops and in the process of building a portfolio. Since I’m from Burns Lake - I have an idea what kind of website would work for you!

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The transient killer whale — Largest of the dolphins. Ruler of the ocean. Feeds on seals, porpoises and whales. Or whatever it likes. What it doesn’t like are oil spills. To protect our coastal waters, Northern Gateway will ensure all loaded tankers are escorted by two tugboats—one tethered at all times. This is just one of the ways we are working to meet BC’s five conditions. Because a better pipeline will not be built at the expense of making other things worse. Find out more at gatewayfacts.ca

Working in partnership with B.C. and Alberta First Nations and Métis Communities, and leading energy companies in Canada.

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