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Tsilhqot’in youths Peyal Laceese (left) and Jasmine Quilt (centre) arrive on the Land Title Express in Williams Lake after journeying to Ottawa to hear the William case appeal in the Supreme Court. Tsilhqot’in National Chair Chief Joe Alphonse (right) gives former Xeni Gwet’in (Nemiah Valley) Chief Annie C. Williams a hug.

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The welcome home the Indigenous Land Title Express received in Williams Lake Thursday was similar to the hospitality experienced from Williams Lake to Ottawa and back, said Xeni Gwet’in (Nemiah) Chief Roger William. “Before we knew it, the 16-day trip was over,” William said as he hugged his 11-year-old daughter Sierra in the Cariboo Memorial Complex where locals had prepared a welcoming feast. “There were 24 of us on the trip,” William said. “Out of 24, we had 11 who testified in the original court case. Stopping in each province, the group met with First Nations, doing ceremonies, drumming, prayers, sharing meals and gifts, he said. “The support from First Nations across Canada was amazing.” Even though it will be about six months for the Supreme Court to deliver a decision on the William rights and title case, William said the Tsilhqot’in are already feeling victory. For more on this story check next week’s edition of the Tribune.


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More radon testing needed Monica Lamb-Yorski Staff Writer More people in and around Williams Lake should have their homes tested for radon gas, said Dr. Menn Biagtan, program manager with the BC Lung Association. “That’s the reason we’re increasing our efforts to create awareness among the public, especially in Northern B.C. and in the Interior which are found to be radonrich areas,” Biagtan told the Tribune/Advisor. Radon is a colourless, odourless gas that is produced from the natural breakdown

of uranium rocks and soil. It can enter a home through any openings in the floors and foundations and build up to dangerous levels. “The more homes we can encourage to test the better because then we will have a better picture of how many homes and families are exposed to high levels of radon in each of the areas,” Biagtan said. Radon exposure is the second leading cause of lung cancer after smoking and has been found in high concentrations in Northern B.C., the Canadian Cancer Society said in a press release issued this week

RCMP investigate pick-up truck theft Williams Lake RCMP said Sunday they are investigating a stolen 1997 brown Dodge Ram pick-up with BC license plate number DD7144 stolen from Mackenzie Avenue. Anyone who may have information about the incident is asked to call the RCMP at 250-3926211 or Crimestoppers.

to mark Lung Cancer Awareness Month. Health Canada estimates that 16 per cent of lung cancer deaths in Canada are caused by radon and that an estimated 500,000 Canadians are living in homes that exceed the federal guidelines of 200 Bq/m3 for radon exposure. The risk of developing lung cancer depends on how much radon a person is exposed to, how long they are exposed as well as whether or not they smoke. “Radon occurs as a result of the natural decay of uranium in rocks and soil and Northern B.C. is known for having high concentrations in the basements of some homes,” said Dr. Ronald Chapman, A/ Chief Medical Health Officer, Northern Health. “The only way to know if your home has high radon levels is to test it.” And the test is simple, Biagtan said. The test takes a minimum of 90 days

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Western traffic congestion cause for concern Monica Lamb-Yorski photo

Monica Lamb-Yorski Staff Writer An increase in the number of vehicles parking along both sides of Western Avenue near Thompson Rivers University in Williams Lake is causing congestion issues. “We have a number of people parking on the road, we have safety concerns and snow removal concerns,” chief administrative officer Darrell Garceau said during a recent city council meeting. In a report to city council senior bylaw officer Grant Martin said in September TRU instituted pay parking for students using the campus, which has resulted in an over abundance of students choosing not to pay for parking and parking mostly on Western Avenue on both sides of the street. “This has led to severe traffic congestion and safety issues as visibility has been reduced significantly which has led to motor vehicle incidents occurring,” Martin said. “We have also received complaints from school bus drivers who find it difficult to navigate through this area as well as our fire department who advise responding with their larger pieces of apparatus would be very problematic because of all these vehicles parked on the road leaving such a narrow access.” Dr. Ray Sanders, executive director, Community U and Williams

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Congested parking along Western Avenue near TRU in Williams Lake has resulted in the city looking at ways to tackle parking issues.

ANNuAl GeNerAl MeetiNG Friday, November 15, 2013 7:00 pm City Hall Chambers

Introduction to Wood Manufacturing Lake Campus at TRU said staff is working with the city to ensure its students, staff and citizens are safe. “A solution will be announced in the near future,” Sanders said. Some of the city’s suggestions for council to consider include no parking signs being installed from Blair to Midnight for the entire area on the TRU side of Western Avenue. “This would address the current safety issues for vehicles pulling out of TRU onto Western as no vehicles would be parked on that side of the street allowing greater visibility,” Martin noted. Other suggestions include “resident only” signs installed for the six residences across from TRU. Residents would be given tags to be left on their dash to allow only those vehicles to park in this area, he added. Another suggestion is to allow street parking from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. from the corner of Comer Park extending towards the Columneet-

za campus on the park side of the street. This would allow some on-street parking, roughly 30 spots for students during the day. The city is also suggesting the approach to Lake City Secondary School Columneetza campus would be restricted to only 15-minute stopping to allow parents to pick up/drop off their children at the school. This area would extend to opposite the fourth residence in from Latin Street. “To ensure school buses the room to turn into the Columneetza school bus pickup area we would extend the ‘No Stopping’ area past Latin Street to in front of these first four residences on Western from Latin,” Martin’s report added. Additionally, the remaining area in front of the residences on Western continuing to Blair would be made as “Residential Parking” only. While Blair Avenue on the lower end towards Western would be made “No Parking” on both

sides of the street. One side is already “No Parking.” Martin said Blair Avenue is very narrow and with vehicles parked on either side school buses can barely get by. Staff is also suggesting that Latin and Beauchamp would be made as “Residential Parking Only” zones. Aside from Western there are concerns about 11th Avenue so staff is recommending “No Parking” signs be installed on the high side of 11th Avenue from Pigeon Avenue to Smedley. “This would allow parking only on the sidewalk side of the street and will ensure a proper flow of traffic will be maintained in this area at all times,” Martin said similar problems on 12th Avenue North have been addressed by installing no parking signs. Staff will be engaging the public for feedback and making a follow-up report on parking and snow removal to council at a future council meeting.

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Winter tires recommended LOCKS LOPPED FOR CANCER Tom Fletcher Black Press

Some “all season” tires are good enough for winter roads in B.C., but not all of them. That’s one reason why Transportation Minister Todd Stone has added the topic of tires to a provincial review of highway safety that includes speed limits. “It’s been almost 40 years since the current definition of a winter tire was actually changed, and tire technology has advanced dramatically, particularly over the last five to 10 years,” Stone said Tuesday. With the popularity of all-season tires and all-wheel-drive vehi-

cles, Stone said there is some confusion about what is acceptable for requirements that took effect Oct. 1 on routes that have winter conditions. Those routes have signs advising drivers to use winter tires or carry chains, and police may turn drivers away if they are not properly equipped. True winter tires have a symbol of a mountain and snowflake on the sidewall. All-season tires with the “M+S” mark to indicate traction in mud and snow are also permissible, but all tires must have a minimum tread depth of 3.5 mm. A quick test can be done using a dime. Point Her Majesty’s head downward and

insert the dime in the tire tread. If the top of the head remains visible, the tire is too worn to qualify for winter conditions. Drivers have a choice of investing in new tires or buying a set of chains. The transportation ministry has a website at www.th.gov. bc.ca/SeasonalDriving/winter_chains.html that includes maps of routes affected by winter restrictions, and tips on how to use tire chains. Stone said that with 60 per cent of B.C. residents living in areas where winter conditions are not common, he is not considering making winter tires mandatory for all vehicles.

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Ryder Rochefort, 9, watches as Lauralee Alphonse cuts her pony tail off for a donation to Wigs for Kids, Friday at Intrigue Hair Studio. The last time Rochefort had her hair cut, she decided she wanted to donate it to make wigs for children with cancer.

Poll indicates only half of B.C. motorists plan to use winter tires Jeff Nagel Black Press A poll has found only half of B.C. motorists plan to use winter tires even though two-thirds agree that everyone should have them. The survey by In-

sights West for the B.C. Automobile Association (BCAA) found 87 per cent rated themselves as a good winter driver, saying they worry about others on the road. Just 32 per cent of those reached ad-

mitted to “freaking out a bit” when they realize they’ll have to drive in the snow, Of those who don’t plan to use winter tires, 54 per cent said it doesn’t snow enough near them  while 51 per cent believe all-

season tires are safe enough to get them through winter. BCAA spokesman Ken Cousin said that underscores a misperception that winter tires are only for driving in snow. “In fact, winter tires are the safest

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REALTOR TIPS ESTABLISHING YOUR ASKING PRICE Price is often a determining factor for potential buyers along with location, layout and amenities, but in the end most of us have to look at the bottom line. So deciding a price is not easy knowing that you will have to adjust once the home is on the market. The amount you spent upgrading your home will help shorten the time your home is on the market, but don’t expect to be reimbursed dollar for dollar for new paint, new carpet or flooring, deck etc. Designs and trends change and so do opinions on style. It is a standard practice for most real estate professionals to visit a home and evaluate with a Comparable Market Analysis. This report shows the seller similar homes in the neighborhood or area that are currently listed and those that have sold. Consider market conditions, if you are trying to sell when the market dips, interest rates increase, or the local economy is unstable, you may have to lower the price below your expectations. Keep in mind that the longer a house is on the market or has a large price reduction at some point, may be viewed as “damaged” or “stale goods.”

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Don’t ignore latest disaster Typhoon Haiyan swept through the Philippines last weekend, flattening towns and a city in its wake, leaving desperate refugees seeking shelter, medical aid, food and water. Canadians of Filipino descent and Canadians in general have responded with an outpouring of cash and supplies. The federal government has promised to match donations given to registered charities, and has mobilized disaster response teams to assess conditions on the ground in the Philippines. Images emerging from cities like Tacloban, a once thriving economic hub, show a wasteland of rubble and splintered wood, reminiscent of the aftermath of the Japanese tsunami of March 2011, the Haiti earthquake of January 2010, and the Indian Ocean tsunami of December 2004. Each of these disasters has been met with the outpouring of aid and good intentions, but getting help to refugees in a timely manner and without wholesale looting and graft remains a challenge. Even now with the international community hopefully better versed at delivering aid to large-scale disaster areas, reports

coming out of the Philippines suggests relief efforts are being paralyzed due to shattered transportation links and little available fuel. Donations are piling up and resources like field hospitals are waiting to deploy. Relief organizations are in a tough position, both on the ground and in terms of avoiding donor fatigue. The magnitude of devastation in the Philippines is immense, but as Canada enters the Christmas season, many worthwhile charities are seeking your dollars. Church-based and social welfare groups are ramping up campaigns for Christmas food hampers, presents for underprivileged kids, and dinners and clothing for homeless people. Pressures to donate are real and can stretch the budget of any family, especially around December. But in times of crisis, be it here or half a world away, it pays to be compassionate and giving. It’s important to remember that thousands of Filipino people have made B.C. their home, and are an integral part of their greater communities. Their plight is our plight. - Victoria News

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Gamers get to work

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Conor Barclay of Gateway International in Abbotsford teaches Hayden Petruck, 9, and Alex Hutchins, 9, and a dozen other children junior video game design at the Cariboo Memorial Complex Tuesday. Barclay is teaching four different courses this week. He has been in Williams Lake before through the homeschool association, but this is the first time the Cariboo Memorial Complex hired him to facilitate workshops, says recreation programmer Suzanne Cochrane.

When a nightmare really isn’t a nightmare There are so many platitudes about thankfulness that it may be tough to be grateful for the worn phrase ‘the attitude of gratitude’. And most of us have made so many appreciation lists they no longer seem meaningful. Should we really play the ‘glad game’ when there is no Pollyanna at home? As we look back on Thanksgiving and our friends to the south look forward, reminding ourselves to be grateful may nag at us like a prickle in a sock. And please let me know if you enjoy being told, “Smile, things could be worse!” I recall a beloved niece whose mother insisted, when the child was cranky, that she paste a forced smile upon her face. Mom insisted

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that the crabby inside would soon be altered to match the outside. Of course the irritable child did her best to prove mama wrong — until she read as a young adult, a “Psychology Today” article that

confirmed her mother’s intuitive theory. But there is a magic cure, and it’s smirking not far away. Even if I’m upset at the landlord, my children, my friends, myself, or even a smidge at the universe, there is a story that always turns the tables for me. It wasn’t the best of times. The Irish Potato Famine had dragged on for years. And even though potatoes can ably sustain life for a very long time, to make things worse, the First World War was still in progress. Emily had just turned 12 — one of a large number of children in a family from the emerald isle. Whether the decision was made by drawing straws, casting lots, or

parental talk late into the night, somehow Emily was chosen as the child who would survive - the child who would be sent across the sea. The precious coins were counted, and a fourth-class ticket on a passenger liner was purchased. In order to save the family, Emily would cross the ocean to North America as an indentured servant. No one is quite sure what happened. Emily either got sick, or somehow was late, but whatever the cause - Emily missed the boat. There would be no refund for the ticket, and the family’s thin gauze of hope dissolved in tears. The family returned to their potatoes and cried. It hardly seemed a time for gratitude. The next time I don’t like what’s

happening (and it will be soon), perhaps I’ll pause just a second before reacting. In the long view, life rarely looks as bad as in a troubled moment. That was especially true for Emily’s family. Because just off the coast of Ireland, the Lusitania sank. Whatever we grieve, miss, wish for or hurt over — the story’s not over yet. And just think of all the good times we would have missed with Grandma Emily. Not to mention that my husband would have been someone else! As Alphonse Karr said, “I am grateful that thorns have roses.” Or maybe I’d just prefer to be grumpy. LOL@wltribune.com. Rita Corbett is a freelance columnist with the Tribune/Advisor.

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Untangling oil pipeline politics Reaction was swift and scattered after the “framework agreement” on new oil pipelines was 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 flipflopped, 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, “worldleading” spill prevention and response capability on land and at sea, meeting legal requirements to consult and share benefits with aboriginal communities, and the

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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 pipe-

line. 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

Both sides on Aboriginal Child Welfare need to wake up Who is accountable for the waste of money going to the Aboriginal Child Welfare program in this province? Some $66 million has been going into a program that was to help First Nations Children and there has not been much accountability on both sides for this poorly run deal. Mary Ellen Turpel-Lafond, the B.C. lady who is the child and youth representative overseeing the province’s child protection program and is a member of the Muskeg Lake Cree Nation and former Judge in the Saskatchewan provincial court, was recently critical of the government and First Nations. Almost half of the money went to establish regional authorities to delivery Aboriginal programs. This has failed. The other half went to a halfbaked plan that did not rise to

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expectations — that being a model where money was freely spent without any results, or very few. Turpel-Lafond says cheques were written with no accountability. This program was rife with competing ideas and episodes of activity directed without policy basis. It followed no

observable logic, along with it being open to other agendas. Aboriginal child welfare goals, strategies and intended outcomes are undefined. There is a lack of evidence-based standards and practices, there is disparity in access and availability of services and there is a lack of accountability to Aboriginal children whose lives have been impacted by the child welfare system. The provincial child and youth representative also says in her long, damaging report that public service and accountability that permits good collaboration but no service appears to make everyone feel good or provides an illusion of progress where there is none. The B.C. ministry has apparently said money has not been distributed equally between the 23 Aboriginal groups and is often used for purposes other than

child welfare, like those programs dealing with infant development, mental health, family support, cultural activities and foster care studies. One agency that did get support for almost a million bucks in annual funding was Desniqi Services in Williams Lake and Turpel-Lafond reported they did not have any open child welfare cases at the end of the fiscal year. To this she said: “The big picture seems to have been lost here.” It has been my understanding they do a lot of other work besides child welfare, like keeping children and parents together. Too many studies costing even more money are still not helping the situation. As a taxpayer I want to know why my money is being wasted. I don’t mind the dollars going to the program as long as there are some guide-

lines, some reportable outcomes, and some accountability. Both sides in this issue need a kick in the pants and their actions are not helping the progress of so many Aboriginal children who make up for more than half of all the care children despite representing less than 10 per cent of the kids under 18 years in B.C. *** Much thanks to all those who purchased a poppy, attended the ceremony to honour veterans in the Gibraltar Room, went to the Cenotaph or Royal Canadian Legion Branch 139 for fellowship. It’s great to see the brave Canadian men and women who sacrificed their lives and to those who returned from terrible wars, honoured once again. Ken Wilson is a freelance columnist with the Tribune/Advisor.


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COMMUNITY BUILDERS CREDIT UNION HELPS SCHOOL Sacred Heart Catholic School applied for a grant to continue their library and literacy projects. The library treehouse is a finishing touch to this year’s project. Additional funds were used to purchase materials for their literacy intervention program. “The treehouse is a huge hit with the kids, they are so excited to read in and under the treehouse,” says Principal Nick Iachetta. “It has helped foster the fun and excitement of reading to the students. “We are so thankful to the credit union for their donation. It is wonderful to see the larger community taking an active role in the education of our communities youth.”

Community For NON-PROFIT EVENTS happening WITHIN 2 WEEKS. Posting must be limited to TIME, DATE & PLACE (excluding dollar amounts). Deadline is 5:00 p.m. Tuesday. Postings run the following Friday. Email to: production@wltribune.com Attention: Community Calendar NOTICES 2012 Gingerbread House Competition to be held at 150 Mile Centre. Categories: children (6-12); Teen/Adult (13 & up) and Businesses. Cash prizes. Limited Space. Entries will be judged and then put on Silent Auction. All proceeds to the Boys & Girls Club of WL. Gingerbread Kits provided. Call 250-3920728 or leave message @ 250-267-4515 Canadian Cancer Society now has Christmas Cakes & Truffles on sale. Call 250-392-3442 to place your order.

Kelly Giesbrecht and Kym Tugnum of the Williams lake and District Credit Union present Sacred Heart School principal Nick Iachetta with a cheque for $2000.

RBC HELPS MUSEUM Joyce Chesley (left) and Wendy Mackay (right) of RBC present a donation to Pat Skoblanuik, manager of the Museum of the Cariboo Chilcotin to assist with their upcoming Cowboy Christmas on Nov. 16.

A Nature Writing Adventure at Scout Island Nature Centre Nov. 15 1 p.m. - 4 p.m. Children aged 7-14 are welcome to join us for a no-pressure exploration of writing about what we see, feel and discover while playing in nature. Group size is limited, so be sure to register early by phoning 398-8532 or e-mailing shemphill@midbc.com. Eagle View Holiday Bazaar cards, gifts, home-made crafts, Sat. Nov. 16th 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Eagle View Equestrian Centre 2458 Tawny Way, . Barrel Racing 1-3 p.m. Concession. Call 250392-2584 for more info. Operation Christmas Child - fill a shoe box - it could well be a child’s only gift. We have shoe boxes and brochures for you to pick up. Deadline is Nov. 22. Drop off at Cariboo Bethel Church, 833 Western Ave. WL 250398-6731. Open Tues. - Fri. 9 am - 5 p.m. Closed 12 Noon - 1 p.m. Ten Thousand Villages Craft Sale Nov. 21 & 22 Thurs. & Fri. 3-8 p.m. and Nov. 20 Sat 10 am - 4 p.m. at Cariboo Bethel Church, 833 Western Ave. WL 250-398-6731. St. Peter’s A.C.W. will hold their Christmas Bazaar and Tea on Sat. Nov. 23rd from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. @ 549 Carson Drive. Home

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Calendar baking, crafts, attic treasures, fancy tea, raffle draw will be at 1:40 p.m. Memory Tree Celebration Sun. Dec. 1 at 3 p.m. The WL Hospice Society is inviting everyone in the community to the annual Memory Tree Celebration at Council Chambers, City Hall at Mart Street. There will be refreshments served, the men’s choir and the seniors choir will be performing and the lights on the Memory Tree will be lit at the end. MEETINGS Crisis Line Training – New Volunteers Needed The Canadian Mental Health Association will be offering the Crisis Line Volunteer training program starting Nov. 15. If you are interested in this valuable training and would like to help out your community this training is for you. For more information call Janice at 398-8220 Ext: 2040 or Penny at Ext: 2031 or drop by the Central Interior Community Service Cooperative Building at 51 4th Ave S. You can pick up an application form on our website at www.cariboo.cmha. bc.ca AL-ANON Friday morning meeting 10:0011:00 has moved to 51A-4th Avenue South Williams Lake. The Wildwood Community Recreation Association is holding its AGM Nov. 17 at the Wildwood Elementary School at 7 p.m. Please come out and support your community by getting involved. The Social Planning Council’s AGM is Mon. Nov. 25 from 11:30 - 1:30 p.m. at the City of Williams Lake. Have lunch with UNBC researchers discussing the labour mobility issues our area is facing and future solutions for healthy community planning. Everyone is welcome. E-mail spc-coordinator@ xplornet.com or call (1)-250-243-2126 for more info.

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At the Open Book Tuesday, Nov. 12, evening (above) author Julia Fowler signs a copy of her new book Grand Dames of the Cariboo, for Kris Andrews. Sage Birchwater photos

There are many people living in and around the lakecity area these days who are writing books and are also interested in learning how to write their own stories. (Above) Earlybird Christmas Craft Fair organizer Carmen Schwarz holds a book by author Doris Lee (left) called Everchanging Sky. At (left) Victoria author John Schreiber who writes about the Cariboo in The Junction, admires Horsefly author Lloyd Antypowich’s latest work A Chip Off The Old Block while visiting at the at the Earlybird Christmas Craft Fair last weekend.

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Horoscope Aries, you have a lot on your mind, but only one concern demands your undivided attention. Find a quiet space to think things through and trust your gut feelings.

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Staff at Woodland Jewellers celebrates 80th anniversary with cake Wednesday, Oct. 30. From left Stephanie Moog, Wendy Dunn, Angie Kohlen, Michele McAndrews, Tawnia Kandt, Geoff Bourdon, Jennifer McPhee, Cindy Watt and Brenda Bourdon. The business was started by Watt and Brenda’s grandfather, and Geoff as the company’s jeweller represents the fourth generation.

Water samples come back negative We started our weekend with a boil water advisory for the west side, which was lifted on Monday. The city’s regular water monitoring found one sample was positive for one E.Coli bacteria. Within three hours of receiving word of a positive sample, the media had been notified, and all affected residents had been hand-delivered a notice. The good news is increased testing was performed, and all samples have come back negative. The city recognizes the importance of our downtown, and values the partnership it has with the Williams Lake

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Central Business Improvement Area. Working together, we can help both the BIA achieve its objectives, and meet our own goal of supporting a vibrant, distinct, and welcoming downtown for residents and visitors alike. The five-year renewal for the BIA levy is up, and this is an opportunity for people to speak for or against it, and to get involved. The city collects a levy from downtown properties for the BIA to

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honour wall in city Hall. We appreciate help to keep it up to date to recognize our Williams Lake military members. Please let us know at city hall at 250-392-2311 if there is someone we should be including on the wall. There was standing room only at the Gibraltar Room for the service, and representation from a large number of community organizations, making this a true community event. It was good to see people of all ages participate in this important act of remembrance. A big thank you to the legion and all of the volunteers. Kerry Cook is the mayor of Williams Lake.

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use in its work promoting and strengthening the downtown. In the end, we all need to work together to make sure we have a healthy downtown. Remembrance Day is a time to honour and acknowledge all of those men and women who stood up for what they believe in, which includes risking their lives. It’s an opportunity to say thank you for the sacrifice. It always amazes me that we have people willing to risk their lives for our freedoms. A big appreciation for all those men and women who served and continue to serve in our armed forces. In recognition of those currently serving, the city has an

Taurus, friendships may weaken if you don’t keep up your end of the relationship. Make an effort to get together with your friends and take the initiative with planning. Gemini, your approach to a problem is not working. It could be time to take an entirely new approach and see if this produces results. Be patient with this new approach. Don’t be surprised if a busy week finds you dog tired come the weekend, Cancer. Use the time off to recharge your batteries on this well-deserved break. Few things can hold your interest this week, Leo. Although friends try, they can’t seem to keep you focused on any one thing. Expect to jump from task to task this week. Virgo, an unexpected consequence appears this week and you are caught completely off guard. Don’t let others see your surprise. You must simply roll with the punches. Libra, a spark of ingenuity hits you out of the blue and you know just how to put that inspiration to good use. Set your plan in motion as soon as you are able. Scorpio, after a few hectic weeks at home and at the office, now is the ideal time for a vacation. Cast all responsibilities aside and enjoy some rest and relaxation. Sagittarius, you may prefer to keep certain things to yourself no matter how strongly others insist you share. Don’t succumb to pressure to share those things you prefer remain private. Several new opportunities are coming your way, Capricorn. You just need to sort through all of them and figure out just what you want to do in the next few weeks. The new season has you feeling refreshed and ready for new beginnings, Aquarius. Make the most of this new lease on life and encourage others to join you. Pisces, maintain your focus around the office, as you will have to juggle multiple tasks in the week ahead.

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Chexxx “mate!” Remembering a spoof I was definitely caught in a November whirlwind one year when I was part of a team that created, published and distributed a book right across Canada in just one month. We were under a serious deadline with the Christmas printing season coming so it was only because of a series of circumstances falling nicely into place and lots of help that such a thing was possible. It started with the release of Madonna’s book “Sexxx” (1991) and a discussion over dinner. I was quite horrified at how much attention her book was getting considering the extremely graphic pictures and suggestions

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in it. It was called “art” and that bothered me so, without even seeing a copy, I decided that another book to parallel hers but with opposite content should be able to make just as much of a splash. So, we started taking pictures the next day and I started writing. First thing, finding a copy of her book and,

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well, yikes! The idea came on the weekend and, by Monday, I had a draft to present to publishers – each page of Madonna’s dark book was transformed into a lighter version, sort of kitchen-y, homemakery. I called the book “Chexxx” and wore a frilly white dress with checkered apron to contrast with Madonna’s nudity, leather and studs. Where she wrote about seducing a younger man, I talked about cooking a young turkey. To match her pictorial about sex toys, I played with my vacuum cleaner and had a picture of me “touching

my organ” – dusting my old two-level, Hammond organ! She was suggestive with a puppy so I couldn’t resist cuddling my cat. And, on it went. Because of time, we decided to publish ourselves and the next hurdle was getting a print company with a printer free at such a busy time of year. By chance, a large printing company had just got a repaired machine back. They printed 4000 copies for us and, so as to make it as close as possible to the way Madonna packaged her book (in a sealed metal sleeve), we sealed “Chexxx” in a sandwich bag.

We assembled in my basement, I found a distributing agent and, by Dec. 1, the books were being sent across Canada to the same chain of stores selling “Sexxx.” Her book cost $80. and ours was $14.95 with proceeds going to the AIDS Research Foundation – appropriate, I thought, because it really seemed like everything in Madonna’s book showed how to get HIV/AIDS! The media loved it and we got the front page picture in a big newspaper plus a CBC Noon News interview in my kitchen! Some fun! Colleen Crossley is a freelance columnist with the Tribune/Advisor.

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Careful planning ahead makes for happy holiday meals It’s Christmas in just over five weeks. It seems as though Thanksgiving was just over and we are still licking up gravy juice from the big ol’ turkey four days after the dinner. It’s always helpful to list some of the meals you may be cooking over the festive season so you can start a grocery list. And when some of those foods come on sale, you can pick them up. It all helps to have a little planning in hand. There are some make ahead appetizers or hors d’ oeuvres to also consider as you plan your food needs for the Christmas holidays ahead. If you have some previously made

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goodies and company shows up, its nice to be able to pull one of your own home made appetizers from the fridge and have them in front of your company in no time. Are you going to have time to cook from scratch this festive season or will it will be a bit hectic around your place? The cooking from scratch obviously takes longer but the taste and end rewards can be extremely satisfying. Cooking a big meal

at Christmas without a whole lot of time for preparation may mean the cranberry sauce will come from a tin, and the buns will be bought from store shelf. It doesn’t mean either meal will be better than the other. It is more likely, though, that the one cooked with more planning and more time, should have a better chance to up the taste thermometer somewhat. It is often good to know in advance of your big family turkey dinner that aunt Gloria and uncle John do not eat sweet potatoes any longer and now they are not taking any dessert, either, thank you! You should have something to take the

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place of those spuds they did not like. It is easier on the cook during the big meal if everything sort of falls into place. It gives that person more time to spend with family and friends to talk about what Santa brought you this year, or did not bring you! Take some time to get ready for Christmas food eating. Bye for now and Go-o-od Cooking. Ken Wilson is a freelance columnist with the Tribune/Advisor.

Topics for discussion: Should we disband the PowderKings Snowmobile Club Society? Should we create a NEW SOCIETY for the Grooming and Trails Maintenance? Where do we get man-hours from to have trail pass collections? Do we want to have - MEMBERSHIPS - ? BCSF or Trail Maintenance? We are NOT looking for VOLUNTEERS we are looking for direction where we want to go with our Snowmobile Trails. We need – your O P I N I O N S – your S U G G E S T I O N S – your I D E A S! Please come out to this meeting and have a voice in the direction of snowmobiling in the CARIBOO! Please take the time to attend this meeting. We need the input of snowmobilers on the future direction of the club, assets, and organization. If there is no interest in the club and its activities, I will be forced to liquidate all assets and legal trail agreements, by January 30, 2014 With no organized club in place our access to riding areas in restricted areas will be closed. Yanks peak trail systems will be closed, the cabin will be closed. This meeting will be run by an independent party. Thank You Rick Jelley Powder Kings President

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Horsefly singer takes on new challenges Carmen Mutschele, a relative newcomer to Williams Lake from Horsefly, is thrilled to be spreading her wings in new directions. She is bringing her musical talent to Williams Lake and singing with a few new musical partners, Rudy Wassenaar on piano, Michael Fait on drums, and Richard Butters on saxophone. “After moving to town and saying good-bye to Arts on the Fly, another door opened,” Mutschele says. “It’s been a fantasy of mine for a long time, ever since watching Michelle Pfeiffer in The fabulous Baker Boys sing Making Whoopee ... So this one has become a reality, and years later I found myself a pianist, a drummer and a sax player — exciting times for a girl from Horsefly. Swing and Jazz it is!” She says she is looking forward to their first show of timeless favourites, a musical journey from Nisa Simone to Norah Jones — Route 66 meets Mack the Knife at the Laughing Loon this Friday evening. The music starts at 7 p.m.

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Musical friends include Rudy Wassenaar (left) on piano, Carmen Mutschele on vocals, Michael Fait on drums, and Richard Butters on saxophone.

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Music and theatre take centre stage AND CRAFT DAY Eagle View Equestrian Centre will host a holiday bazaar on Saturday, Nov. 16 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. There will be cards, gifts, home-made crafts. There will be barrel racing from 1 to 3 p.m. plus a concession. For information call 250392-2584.

COWBOY CHRISTMAS Ed Peekeekoot, Frank Gleeson and Ed Wahl will be among the entertainers at the annual Cowboy Christmas Concert Saturday, evening Nov. 16 at the Gibraltar Room hosted by the Museum of the Cariboo Chilcotin. Cowboy Trade and Craft Fair with an open mic takes place during the day, also at the Gibraltar Room.

TEN THOUSAND VILLAGES

The Ten Thousand Villages Craft Sale is coming up Nov 21 to 23 at Cariboo Bethel Church Hall. There will be fair trade chocolate, coffee, and handicrafts from more than 25 countries including musical instruments, pottery, jewellery, baskets, games, toys, linens, Christmas food and drink, spices, and chocolate. The event includes

Public Bowling

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Monday - 3 pm to 6 pm Tuesday - 1 pm to 9 pm Wednesday - 1 pm to 9 pm Thursday - 1 pm to 9 pm Friday - 3:30 pm to 10 pm Cosmic Bowling Friday Nights - 6 pm to 10 pm Saturday - 1 pm to 10 pm Sunday 1 pm to 7 pm

Infoline: 250.392.4722

Child Development Centre Annual General Meeting Monday, Nov. 25, 2013 ~ 7:30 pm 690 N. 2nd Avenue Aileen Hewett Building Thank you to everyone that has taken an interest in the Cariboo Chilcotin Child Development Centre Association. We look forward to seeing you at the Annual General Meeting. New memberships welcome.

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7:00 & 9:15PM Nightly (3D) Sat/Sun Matinees 2pm (2D)

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FREE ADMISSION Raffles!!! 1175 Blair Street Williams Lake Studio Theatre Society presents:

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November 23rd & 24th

Auditions

THE BIG FIVE-OH! The Studio Theatre’s comedy The Big FiveOh! is in its last two nights of production tonight and Saturday. Tickets were selling fast this week but if there are any still available they will be at the Open Book or About Face Photography.

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Finalists chosen in FortisBC RenoMe contest Kerry Vital Special to Tribune/Advisor Three British Columbia residents are getting the chance to win $10,000 toward a room makeover with natural gas after being chosen as a finalist in the RenoMe! with FortisBC contest. Over 150 entries were received from all over the province, but the final three were narrowed down to Gayle Curtis of Maple Ridge for her kitchen, Melissa Tolsma of Nanaimo for her outdoor space and Wendy Frose of Chilliwack for her great room. Designer Sarah Gallop of Sarah Gallop Design Inc. (SGDI) has taken on the outdoor space project, while SGDI’s Stephanie Malhas will design the great room, and Susanne Doise of Sensitive Design will handle the kitchen. In the next phase of the contest, the three finalists will receive renderings of their space from their designer, and then readers will vote on which one deserves the makeover the most. The room with the most votes will win

$10,000 toward their renovation, while the second and thirdplace finalists will receive $2,000 each. To vote for your favourite finalist, visit your local Black Press paper’s website and click on the Contests link. Voting is open now until Nov. 30, and every voter will be entered into a draw to win a $500 gift card towards the purchase of a natural gas appliance. Doise has consulted with Curtis, and has provided a rendering of how she thinks the kitchen could look once it’s renovated. “The kitchen is in bad shape,” says Doise. “I want to give her a better flow between the work spaces and the rest of the room.” Doise will be incorporating natural gas in the kitchen with a Viking dual-fuel gas range. In order to combat a lack of space, Doise has suggested a movable butcher block island that can be pushed into the pantry wall to open up the space. She also plans to incorporate an area for the homeowners to work and study.

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Malhas is similarly excited about her great room project. “People live in their space for so long that they get used to it and have trouble visualizing changing it,” Malhas says. “I don’t have that emotional connection to it so I can see the potential in the room and suggest ways to fix it.” One of the biggest issues with the room is the current woodburning fireplace, which isn’t centred in the room and makes for awkward seating around it. “We’re going to put a natural gas fireplace centred on the wall,” Malhas says, “and get rid of the metal pipe that goes into the ceiling.” She also plans to give the homeowners more storage space via built-in shelving, as well as a music area. A natural gas fireplace is both more energy-efficient and more convenient for homeowners. You no longer have to worry about power

outages, since the fireplace doesn’t run on electricity, and there is no more waiting for your fireplace to heat up, since natural gas is available at the push of a button. Smell rotten eggs? There are even 1 It could be natural gas. some models that can be pre-programmed to turn on a specific time. FortisBC is cur2 Go outside. rently offering a $300 rebate for homeowners who purchase a qualifying EnerChoice fireplace. Call FortisBC’s 24-hour Tolsma’s outdoor 3 emergency line at space offers plenty of 1-800-663-9911 or 911. scope for a makeover. The space is currently only usable in the warmer months. Natural gas is used safely in B.C. every day. But if you Among the ideas Galsmell rotten eggs, go outside first, then call us. lop has for the yard is a hot tub with an arLearn more at fortisbc.com/safety. bor above it and an outdoor kitchen with natural gas barbe- FortisBC uses the FortisBC name and logo under license from Fortis Inc. (13-048.22 06/2013) cue and a natural gas firepit. A natural gas 13-048.22_GasOdourPrintAd_FOR583_4.3125x6.5_PRESS.indd hot 1 6/14/2013 tub is a great idea for homeowners, with its consistent, fast heat and automatic safety shut-off controls for added peace of mind. Swimming pools can also be heated by natural gas.

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RCMP IN WILLIAMS LAKE GET CONNECTED

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Williams Lake Safety and security starts in our neighbourhoods and is strengthened by the efforts of our local RCMP. The involvement of our volunteers provides a means for the RCMP to connect with the community we serve and to deliver an enhanced level of policing. Crime prevention programs that you may be able to be involved in are: • Citizens on Patrol • Mounted Citizens on Patrol • Restorative Justice • Speed watch • Rural Crime Watch • Violence Awareness Committee • Circle of Strength • Wandering Program • Block Watch • Business Link For more information visit us at 575 Borland Street, Williams Lake, BC www.williamslake.bc.rcmp.ca Dave Dickson 250-392-8701 • david.dickson@rcmp.gc.ca

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Friends gather with Marty Simon (centre) to celebrate her 90th birthday with lunch at the Seniors Activity Centre Nov. 8. Simon is credited with forming the Cariboo Senior Carollers 30 years ago and conducted the choir for many years before retiring. Pictured are Amy Bearman (back left), Joan Southern, Pat Cassidy, Beverly Butcher, Aleta Smith and Judy Fletcher; Georgette Silva (front left), Marty Simon and Cecilia Newman. Most of the women were part of the original choir.

When it comes to Christmas, it’s all about family!

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Film club screens classic: On the Beach Nov. 11 was Remembrance Day and in remembering that the Williams Lake Film Club will bring you a special film, On the Beach. It will be shown on Tuesday, Nov. 19, at 7 p.m. at the Gibraltar Room. On the Beach is one of the first films directed by Stanley Kramer and still considered one of his best. It is a classic. It also has many of the classic Hollywood actors of that time, 1959, like Gregory Peck, Ava Gardner, Anthony Perkins, and Fred Astaire. And even the subject matter has become a classic. It is the time of the strange years of the Cold War, around the Cuban Crisis. The threat of nuclear war was heavy, imminent. What could happen? What could we expect? The war happens, but we do not see it.  It is over and nobody won. All of the people of North America have been killed — or have they? The crew of the American submarine Sawfish is still alive. And people in Australia are still alive. The nuclear cloud is approaching Australia, the last shore,  and the crew of the Sawfish will try to determine how quickly this deadly cloud is approaching. It might come much faster than first anticipated. You keep on thinking, these people know there is no way out. Someone pushed that button, the nuclear cloud is coming fast ... now what? How does everyone face their last months, maybe only weeks or hours? And that is where the film simply excels.

The underlying, basic desires show up. Fred Astaire is amazing. He is a nuclear scientist, full of guilt, but also realizing he really wants to be a race car driver. There is Gregory Peck, playing the captain of the submarine Sawfish. His wife and two children were in America when he left on his assignment. He knows they must be dead, but he cannot think about that. There is Moira, Ava Gardner, the luscious but scarred unmarried woman. She yearns for love. Will she find it in these last months, weeks, days, or hours? With the captain of Sawfish, Gregory Peck? There is Anthony Perkins, playing a young father with his first child, not even a year old. The film is totally amazing, playing out these last hours, however many there are left. We see love, happiness, however, short lived, fulfillment of dreams, desperation, and then finally it happens. It happens so quietly, it leaves you desperate.  How could something so unfathomable like this happen? How could we let this happen? What could we have done to avoid this? Please, dear God, this cannot be, no .... OK, this is only a film, but it is strong, and it will make you think. It has a message that will resonate as long as the world has the power to self-desruct at its own fingertips. Look around you. Back doors open at 6:30 p.m. Admission is $9 regular, $8 for Williams Lake Film Club members, and $6 for seniors (65+) and students, HS and TRU.

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Magestic hills and fields of the Chilcotin composed the backdrop for the Remembrance Day ceremonies held Monday in Alexis Creek. At left the Royal Canadian Mounted Police troop is on parade at the ceremonies. Below RCMP Constable Becky Monroe sings a drum song of remembrance. To her right are adults Brian Rosengren, the tumpeter, and Rev. Art Joyce. 

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Whenever there is something special going on in Williams Lake you can count on musical groups to be there. True to form the Williams Lake Community Band (left) and the Cariboo Men’s Choir (right) were a welcome part of the Remembrance Day Ceremonies held Monday at the Gibraltar Room. After these initial ceremonies there was a parade to the Cenotaph for the ceremonies there.

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Listening to your distractions I am honoured to journey with people in their spiritual lives. A common question always comes up: People ask, “How do I deal with my distractions while praying?” In answering this, some will say to push them out or disregard them etc. And there is a truth to this. But after pushing away distractions, the problem is that they keep coming back. Perhaps another way to approach these distractions is to listen to them. Listen carefully to your distractions because they could be telling you something about yourself. In the Catechism of the Catholic Church paragraph #2729 tells us about distractions: “To set about hunting down distractions would be to fall into their trap…for a distraction reveals to us what we are attached to…” [one can look on the internet under www.vatican. va and look under Catechism and find any teaching that the Catholic Church teaches in a nutshell form]. Our distractions can reveal much about ourselves. When coffee, for example, comes to mind in prayer, perhaps it is a sign that we drink it and desire it

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BY Father Derrick often. Or when a certain person comes to mind which always invokes a negative thought, maybe it is a sign that we are holding a grudge, resentment, jealousy, or lack of forgiveness towards this person. This negativity may be a sign that we are trying to control this person, at least in our own mind, and to the degree that we try to control this person, we are being controlled. Perhaps hockey stats, money, sex or our status in society consumes our mind all the time. We, then, if we are honest with

ourselves, have allowed this issue to control us. I remember being in Fiji as a young lad. There was a couple on the same boat cruise as I and the wife was telling me that her husband was physically in paradise and yet he could not enjoy it because his status and job back home consumed his mind. Listening to our distractions may tell us we need to make changes in our lives. Prayer is not so much about changing God’s mind, but to change our mind and life to conform to God’s way. Allow your distractions to show you what you need to change in your life. Practical tip: Every once in a while, take a pen and paper. Maybe start off with a passage from the Bible, or a spiritual book, or simply light a candle. Take quiet time, and if any distractions come to mind, write them down in short handed way. Then after five or ten minutes, go over the list and talk to the Lord about your distractions. Allow Him to teach you what you need to do to change, and to conform your life to do God’s will more perfectly.

Father Derrick Cameron is a priest at Sacred Heart Catholic Church The views expressed in this column are not necessarily the views of all the churches in the ministerial association.

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10,000 Villages helps uplift poor in developing countries Gaeil Farrar Staff Writer The 10,000 Villages Fair Trade Craft Sale coming up next week is all about working in small ways around the world to lift people in developing countries up out of poverty. The Cariboo Bethel Church in Williams Lake has supported the 10,000 Villages fair trade project for the past 20 years or so and is thrilled with the community support the sale has received over the years. “The community gets it,” says Adina Neufeld who heads up the program. “It has grown. We can’t do this without community support. We are doing this together. The community is partnering with us.” 10,000 Villages works in partnership with disadvantaged and vulnerable producers, helping them find a market for their products at a price which reflects the true value of their labour so that their situation improves, their communities develop and they can live in hope and confidence. “Fair Trade is needed because there are still far too many people in the world today who live in poverty, who are not treated with respect, whose lives are insecure, who do not receive a fair income for what they do or a price for their agricultural produce that covers the cost of

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Adina Neufeld with the sign promoting the 10,000 Villages Fair Trade Craft Sale coming up next week at the Cariboo Bethel Church allows people to give gifts that help people in developing countries to live a better life. production, let alone provide a decent living for them and their families,” Neufeld says. She says the projects 10,000 Villages supports provide a consistent, reliable income for participants that benefits the individual producers and their communities. The program also supports projects that provide safe working conditions, protect the environment and ones that empower women in countries where women have little power. To encourage community development the program also supports the production of high quality handmade products for the global market. There is a long list of fairly traded items

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from more than 25 countries that will be available at the 10,000 Villages sale Nov. 21, 22, and 23. Times are 3 to 8 p.m. on Thursday and Friday and 10 to 4 p.m on Saturday. In addition to gift items there will be food items “We’re getting more into organic, fair trades items such as teas, spices, chocolate oils, coffee, and molasses, “ Neufeld says. These include tea from Nepal and nuts from Brazil and Peru. Among the gift items are flutes from Bangladesh; ceramics, pan flutes, rain sticks and bird whistles from Peru; gourd rattles and stone sculptures from Kenya; bamboo didgeridoos from In-

dia; banana leaf and bamboo baskets from Bangladesh and Vietnam; tea lights from the Philippines. Items also include Tree of Life metal sculptures made in Haiti from recycled oil barrels. There will be all kinds of exotic jewellery: nut and palm tree seed necklaces from Equador; shellfish and pearl items from Indonesia; bone, copper and glass items from India; earrings from the Philippines and more. And for visitors needing a break from shopping or a quiet moment for visiting there will be a kitchen set up offering a traditional ethnic lunch with Mennonite sausage and borscht.

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SPORTS NOTEBOOK Saturday, Nov. 16

Williams Lake Stampeders Coy Cup fundraising dinner, dance and auction The reigning Coy Cup champs will host the B.C Senior Hockey tournament this March. The Coy Cup Committee has been hard at work meeting and organizing fundraisers, and are now looking for volunteers. If you would like to volunteer during the tournament please contact John Margetts at Margetts Meats, or Fred Manchur at Chuck’s Automotive. The next big fundraiser is a dinner, dance and auction upstairs at the Williams Lake Curling Club on Saturday, Nov. 16, beginning at 5 p.m. Tickets are $30 each and are available at Chuck’s Automotive and Margetts Meats. Greg Sabatino photo

It was an Arctic fun day at the Sam Ketcham Memorial Pool Wednesday as lifeguard staff provided multiple fun Arctic-themed games throughout the afternoon, plus the always-popular iceberg slide. Here, Simone Phillips (left), 11, and Mya Draney, 9, slip and slide down the iceberg.

Falcons soar to silver medal at soccer zones Greg Sabatino Staff Writer The Lake City Falcons senior boys’ soccer team exceeded all outside expectations at the recent North Central Zone Championships in Quesnel, picking up a silver medal in its first year competing at the ‘AAA’ level. “The kids played awesome,” said head coach Mike Brogan. “We thought we’d do well, but I don’t think we were expected to do as well as we did. ” The tournament began with a hard-fought 1-0 win over Quesnel’s Correlieu Clan. Justin Hansen scored the winning mark for the Falcons. Next, Lake City contained South Peace, winning in a 3-0 shutout victory with Scott Cramer and Bobby

Rankin, who notched two, scoring in the win. Brogan said his club’s next match against Prince George secondary was the highlight of the tournament, as the Falcons recovered from an early 2-0 deficit to win, 3-2, and advance to the final. Hansen scored twice and Kostdia Stolbov added a lone goal in the semifinal victory. “In the final we ended up playing PGSS again and this time the result was less favourable,” Brogan said. The Falcons, early in the first half, had a goal by Bhavan Mann called back on an offside call, before giving up a goal just a short time later. “We played a very hardfought game and almost tied it up late in the game but conceded a late goal and were defeated 2-0 in a game that was closer than the score would indicate,”

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Stick League Curling The Williams Lake Curling Club has a new league — Stick League Curling. The league plays Thursdays starting at 2 p.m. and teams will be made up from whomever arrives to try the new league. There is a $5 drop-in charge for this league. Each team consists of two players and only four people play per sheet of ice. There are only six ends played and six rocks per team are thrown. Fore more visit www. williamslakecurling.com.

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The Lake City Falcons senior boys’ soccer team won a silver medal recently at the ‘AAA’ zone championships in Quesnel. Brogan said. “Throughout the tournament numerous players like team captain Jona Sommer, Kennedy Mack and, especially, Rankin, were stalwarts on defense. Those players made it very difficult

fore the opposing forwards.” He added midfielder Cramer, along with goalkeeper Trevor Woodward — who collected three shutouts in the tournament — and forward Hansen — who led the tournament in scoring with

four goals and displayed strong leadership throughout — played exceptionally well for the Falcons. “Overall the team had an excellent tournament,” he said. “Every player played their hearts out.”

The Williams Lake Pee Wee Rep Timberwolves host the 2014 Williams Lake Minor Hockey Association Pee Wee Rep Tournament this month. The action kicks off Friday evening with round robin play. Playoffs begin Sunday with semifinals and finals. For more information visit www.wlmha.ca.


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Seibert looks to rally in final days of voting Greg Sabatino Staff Writer Williams Lake Nascar Canadian Tire Series driver Ryley Seibert is looking to drum up some more support in an effort to win this year’s most popular driver award. The winner, who will be vetted the title of Nascar Canadian Tire Series’ Most Popular Driver 2013, will be

honoured at the Nascar Night of Champions Awards on Saturday, Dec. 14 at the Charlotte (N.C.) Convention Centre Ballroom in the Nascar Hall of Fame. Seibert, who racked up several prestigious awards throughout the season including the Dodge/Mopar-Powered Quick Three Award seven times, the VTech Free Pass Award and Rookie of the Race five

times, currently sits 326 votes behind first-place driver Louis-Philippe Dumoulin in second place with 3,524 total votes. “The fans have been very supportive of me through this season, both through the highs and the lows,” Seibert said. “I’m hoping they will continue their support by casting their vote.” Typically, the most

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Williams Lake Nascar Canadian Tire Series driver Ryley Seibert is seeking a few more votes to help him achieve his goal of winning this year’s most popular driver.

popular driver of the year award is dominated by eastern drivers. “The eastern provinces have huge support for their athletes but I’m hoping with a combined group effort we can have a driver from the west win,” he said, noting a vote for him is also a vote for his team (crew chief Keenan Magnant and crew members Brendon Kohnke, Cory Price, Ryan MacLauren, Jeff Stenbacher, Julie Bellai, Les Bellai and Trevor Seibert). “We are a small team. Our funding comes from local ‘ma and pa’ shops and all of our crew is comprised of dedicated volunteers. “If something breaks, we are the ones that have to fix it on our own time. We don’t have the luxury of having a fulltime crew whose sole purpose is to maintain the car. “A win would be a great representation of drivers and teams who still have to put on their work boots come Monday morning.” Voting is free, no sign up is required, and can

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UNBC South-Central Region UNBC’s South-Central Regional Campus is located in Quesnel and shared with the College of New Caledonia. We also work in cooperation with the Thompson Rivers University in Williams Lake and the College of New Caledonia campuses in Burns Lake, Fort St. James and Vanderhoof.

UNBC Bachelor of Social Work Our South-Central Campus in Quesnel serves an area that stretches from 100 Mile Information Session House to Valemount to Burns Lake. Wednesday, November 20th 6th 7pm to 8:30pm Room 1307 - Thompson Rivers University, Williams Lake 1250 Western Avenue

UNBC’s South-Central Regional Campus is located in Quesnel and shared with the College of New Caledonia. We also work in cooperation with the Thompson Rivers University in Williams Lake and the College of New Caledonia campuses in Burns Lake, Fort St. James and Vanderhoof. Our South-Central Campus in Quesnel serves an area that stretches from 100 Mile House to Valemount to Burns Lake.

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Hometown Heroes program expanded for 2015 Canada Winter Games

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Pacific Western Brewing (PWB) and Cariboo Brewing, Official Sponsor of the 2015 Canada Winter Games, is celebrating sports and community leadership with the expansion of its Hometown Heroes program. In the months leading up to the 2015 Canada Winter Games in Prince George – and with the help of major sports organizations — the brewery will honour Hometown Heroes from all regions of the province. “We are honoured to support the goals of the 2015 Canada Winter Games by identifying and supporting athletes and community leaders and mentors who have shown the potential to become Canada’s future ambassadors,” said owner and CEO of PWB Kazuko Komatsu.

“At least 16 heroes will be selected from all regions of B.C. in four rounds leading up to the Games in February of 2015. Our heroes will be receiving bursaries representing a portion of PWB proceeds from the sale of our fine products. We started this program in 2002 and we have supported many young athletes and other community heroes whose extraordinary endeavours inspire us all.” Application to the Hometown Heroes program is open to any B.C. resident currently engaged in sports as an athlete or coach, or otherwise excelling in a community mentoring activity. Applicants must be at least 19 years old. Candidates will demonstrate outstanding sportsmanship; proven interest, abil-

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UNBC Master of Education Counselling Program Information Session Saturday, November 16th 12pm to 1pm Ramada Hotel Convention Centre 1118 Lakeview Cresent, Williams Lake Refreshments and light lunch provided

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Bred cow and heifer sale brings the beef Greg Sabatino photos

Top right: An anticipatory crowd awaits the next showing during the BC Livestock Williams Lake Bred Cow and Heifer Sale Wednesday. Busy crowds lined the seats at the Williams Lake Stockyards throughout the day. Bottom right: Williams Lake’s Ian Robertson, helping show during the sale, and his wife, Mary, kindly sponsored the all-day free coffee, cakes and goodies in the restaurant and lobby of the Williams Lake Stockyards.

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Top left: Father and son auctioneer team Larry (left) and Wayne Jordan from Kamloops lead the auction Wednesday during the BC Livestock Williams Lake Bred Cow and Heifer Sale where close to 1,500 head were shown. Bottom left: 150 Mile House’s Gary Ellis helps parade cows through the show ring Wednesday.

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Baby Calves ............................. $ 150.00 $ 275.00 Veal Calves .............................. $ -$ -D 1-2 Cows ............................. $ 60.00 $ 67.00 D 3-5 Cows ............................. $ 50.00 $ 60.00 Holstein Cows .......................... $ 50.00 $ 57.00 Bulls ........................................ $ 70.00 $ 78.75 Bred Cows ............................... $ -$ -Cow Calf Pairs ......................... $ 1,1250 $ 1,350 FEEDER CATTLE DIVISIONS (prices quoted per 100 lbs.) Steer Calves 300 - 400 ............ $ 185.00 $ 200.00 Steer Calves 400 - 500 ............ $ 180.00 $ 191.00 Steer Calves 500 - 600 ............ $ 145.00 $ 156.00 Steer Calves 600-700 .............. $ 140.00 $ 151.50 Feeder Steers 700-800 ............ $ 135.00 $ 143.50 Feeder Steers 800-900 ............ $ 127.00 $ 136.00 Feeder Steers 900-1000 .......... $ 123.00 $ 132.50 Heifer Calves 300 - 400 ........... $ 140.00 $ 150.00 Heifer Calves 400 - 500 ........... $ 133.00 $ 145.00 Heifer Calves 500 - 600 ........... $ 130.00 $ 142.00 Heifer Calves 600 -700 ............ $ 125.00 $ 134.00 Feeder Heifers 700 - 800 ......... $ 120.00 $ 127.00 Feeder Heifers 800 - 900 ......... $ 120.00 $ 130.75 Feeder Heifers 900 - 1000 ....... $ 115.00 $ 121.00 HOGS, SHEEP & GOATS Sows ....................................... $ -$ -Feeder Pigs.............................. $ UP TO $ 55.00 Feeder lambs ........................... $ 80.00 $ 97.50 Lambs & Ewes ......................... $ -$ -Goats ....................................... $ 60.00 $ 110.00

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It is with great sadness the family of Maurice Duncan Williams announces his passing on October 31, 2013, with his wife Agnes at his side. There will be no service at this time for Maurice. Those wishing to honour Maurice by way of donation may do so to the charity of the donor’s choice. Cremation took place at Cariboo Crematorium in Williams Lake. Compassionate Care Funerals entrusted with all arrangements. 250-392-3336

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With great sadness the family of Dr. John Allan Roberts announces his peaceful passing at home on November 6, 2013 at the age of 91 years. At John’s request no formal service will be held. Cremation took place at Cariboo Crematorium in Williams Lake. Compassionate Care Funerals entrusted with all arrangements. 250-392-3336

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May 10, 1931 – Nov. 12, 2013

Call (250) 392-2331 188 North 1st Ave. Williams Lake

In Loving Memory of Douglas Lord November 16, 1942 November 17, 2012 We think of you in silence We often speak your name But all we have are memories And your picture in a frame Your resting place we visit And put flowers there with care But no one knows the heartache As we turn and leave you there Always, Your Loved Ones

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We regretfully announce the passing of Herman James Sellars. Funeral service to be held at Cariboo Bethel Church, 11:00 am, Saturday November 16, 2013. Viewing to be held Friday November 15, 2013 10:00 am, 3:00 pm and Saturday November 16, 2013 10:00 am.

The family are saddened to announce the sudden passing of Frank Sulentich of Williams Lake, BC on November 8th, 2013, at the age of 76. A Celebration of Life will be held at 1:00 pm on Saturday, Nov. 16, 2013 at the Elks Hall in Williams Lake, BC. Donations can be made to the Heart and Stroke Foundation of BC & Yukon. LaPrairie’s Funeral Services entrusted with arrangements. 250-398-9100

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Paul will be missed and loved forever. We wish to send a thank you message to the many neighbours and friends who were there for our family during this very difficult time. Your kindness, hugs and words of comfort and assistance in so many ways was very much appreciated.

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Made in the Cariboo Craft Sale Saturday, November 23rd ~ 10 - 3 Tourism Discovery Centre Visitor’s Centre Vendors include hand crafted wood products, knitting, alpaca products, local books, holiday decorations, knives, birdhouses, honey and much much more! Contact the chamber for more info. Williams Lake & District CHAMBER OF COMMERCE “THE VOICE OF BUSINESS”

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Call 24Hr. Free Recorded Message 1-888-213-2854 Owner operator, company drivers & logging truck drivers required for Super B lumber freight, B.C. & Alberta. Phone (250) 398-2299 or (250) 3029922.

Hotel, Restaurant, Food Services CJ’S Southwestern Grill, Williams Lake, BC Food Counter Attendant (1 Full-time) $10.25 hourly: Take customers’ orders/ Clean, peel, slice and trim foodstuffs using manual and electric appliances/ Use deep fryer, grill, oven, dispensers and other equipment to prepare fast food items. Portion, assemble, and wrap food or place it directly on plates for service to patrons, and package take-out food. Use equipment to prepare hot beverages. Serve customers at counters. Stock refrigerators and salad bars and keep records of the quantities of food used. May receive payment for food items purchased. Email resumes at: jobsfor@sphpoweratwork.com

Trades, Technical Automotive Journeyman Mechanic required in Kamloops Mon-Fri Send resume to service@valleyviewauto motive.com (250) 372-7333 LOUISIANA-PACIFIC Canada Ltd. requires an experienced Journeyman Electrician for our EWP Operation in Golden B.C. Email resume to: Audra.Stanton@LPCorp.com or fax to 250-344-8859.

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AUTOMOTIVE TECHNICIAN Requirements: • Automotive Service Technician Trade Certification • Automotive Service Technician Red Seal Endorsement • Class 5 Drivers License Duties Include: • Road test motor vehicles and test automotive systems and components • Adjust, repair or replace parts and components of automotive systems • Test and adjust repaired systems to manufacturer’s specifications • Perform scheduled maintenance service • Advise customers on work performed and future repair requirements We offer competitive rates and benefit package. For more information contact Willie at 250-296-4453. Resume can be faxed to 250-296-4473, emailed to willie.sure@williamslakeband.ca or dropped off to 2579 Highway 97 South, Williams Lake, BC.

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CARIBOO FRIENDSHIP SOCIETY Shelter Support Worker

GENERAL: Under the direction of the Executive Director and the Social Programs Supervisor, this employee will be responsible for admissions and referrals, administrative tasks, general shelter duties and be involved with the Society’s various activities. QUALIFICATIONS: - Grade 12 minimum with job experience in related community work and mental health - Must maintain professional conduct and abide by the Cariboo Friendship Society’s Code of Ethics. - Must submit to a criminal records check - Ability to work with Aboriginal communities an asset - Valid driver’s license is an asset CLOSING DATE:

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Westline Harvesting Ltd. and Troyco Enterprises Ltd. require experienced Logging Truck Drivers for Full Time work in the Williams Lake and Clearwater areas commencing November 1, 2013. Westline and Troyco provide stable, consistent, long term employment. We pay industry competitive wages, and provide an extended health care plan, dental plan, disability insurance, life insurance and a registered pension plan package. Interested applicants should fax their resume to 250-3922836, email their resume to linda.ratcliff@clusko.com or drop their resume off in person at 4605 McRae Street in Williams Lake.

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FULL TIME POSITION

Submit your resume today! We are seeking an experienced, energetic, organized, hard-working individual with excellent people skills. The successful candidate must have veriÀable references and a history of high CS,.

Pay plan will commensurate with experience. Group BeneÀt package.

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Please send your expressions of interest in either 1 of the 4 options provided below to the attention of Norma Sure, Managing Director: 1) fax (250) 440-5614; 2) hand deliver to the Administration Office; 3) email to erobbins@esketemc.ca 4) mail to: Esk’etemc Box 157 Alkali Lake, BC V0L 1B0 Deadline: November 15, 2013 The Start date for the successful applicant will be November 29, 2013. No phone calls please, only those selected for interviews will be contacted.

250-392-2331

service design sales Highlands Irrigation Ltd. Williams Lake 250.392.2321 1.800.665.5909 www.thewaterpeople.com Irrigating BC and the Yukon since 1974

C & Ski Small Engines Sales and Service of All Small Engine and Marine Equipment

Colin Stevens

• 2 stroke crankshaft rebuilding • Cylinder boring • Buy and sell used equipment all makes and models • Many parts - new and used available • Dealer for Motovan, Kimpex, Trans Can Imports, Western Marine and many more • Warranty Contractor for Sears

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No phone calls or drop-ins please. Interviews are by appointment only.

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Brad Huston • Small Appliance Recycling Depot • E-Waste Electronic Recycling Center

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JOB OPPORTUNITY Health Educator

Submit resumes in person, or by fax 250-398-6115 Cariboo Friendship Society, 99 South Third Avenue, Williams Lake, BC

Applicants must be able to organize the Election as per the Esk’etemc Custom Election Code. It is required that applicants have previous experience in electoral processes and have the ability to implement the Esk’etemc Custom Election Code.

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The Council of the Esk’etemc is seeking expressions of interest for an Electoral Officer position in the up-coming 2014 Election for Council.

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Please note: Pursuant to section 41 of the BC Human Rights Code, preference will be given to applicants of Aboriginal ancestry.

Expressions of Interest Electoral Officer

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November 15, 2013

Council of the Esk’etemc

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Full-time Position

Three Corners Health Services Society is looking for a highly motivated, upbeat and organized person with an interest in health and wellness to work as a Health Educator. Reporting to the Nurse Manager, the Health Educator will develop, facilitate and coordinate the delivery of new and existing programming in relation to chronic disease, healthy eating, active living, tobacco reduction and injury prevention. Qualifications and Skills • Diploma or Certificate in Health or related discipline, or a combination of relevant experience and education • Experience in successful program development and facilitation • Certification in physical fitness instruction and/or nutrition would be an asset • Excellent verbal and written communication skills • Certification in Microsoft Office programs • Valid Driver’s License and reliable vehicle • First Aid certification Please submit resume with cover letter and names of two previous supervisors for reference to: Lori Sellars, Health Director Three Corners Health Services Society 150 North 1st Avenue Williams Lake, BC V2G 1Y8 Fax: 250-398-9824 Closing Date: November 20, 2013

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250-982-2611 Daily service to Quesnel Wednesday & Friday to Bella Coola In-Town Deliveries

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Training for Level 1

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Workplace Level 1 Transportation Endorsement Pediatric Courses Automated External Defibrillator C.P.R. All Levels Advanced Level 3

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Merchandise for Sale

Merchandise for Sale

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Trades, Technical

Pets

Appliances

$100 & Under

$100 & Under

LICENSED TECHNICIAN

Looking for male Boxer to breed female. Will pay price or pick of the litter. (250)3988907

Reconditioned

100 piece Mechanic’s tool set, Sockets plus. Winning golf prize, ideal Xmas gift. $100. obo (250)398-8183

Cariboo Auto & Spring Service is now accepting resumes for 2 Licensed Technician positions. We offer very competitive wages and benefit package. Please email your resumes to: brad@cariboospring.com or Fax to 250-398-6327 or In Person at 965N Mackenzie Avenue Tuesday - Saturday 7:00am - 5:00pm

FRONTLINE is seeking certified electricians and millwrights with industrial experience for work in BC/Alberta. FEC offers competitive wages and benefits package. Forward resumes to: frontlinehuman resources@gmail.com. Trades Training Info Session Carpentry, Millwright, and Plumbing Foundation Programs. Tuesday, November 26th @ 6:00PM. College of New Caledonia. Carpentry, Millwright, and Plumbing Foundation programs start February 3rd. For more information, go to cnc.bc.ca/Quesnel or phone Jodi or Gayle @ (250)9927500 x7651 or x7633

Services

Financial Services GET BACK ON TRACK! Bad credit? Bills? Unemployed? Need Money? We Lend! If you own your own home - you qualify. Pioneer Acceptance Corp. Member BBB. 1-877-987-1420 www.pioneerwest.com Need Cash? Own A Vehicle? Borrow Up To $25,000 Snapcarcash.com

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Purebred Redline Airdale 2 yrs old, all shots up to date, neutered, papered, $1200. Great family dog. (250)2883639

Will deliver in town 250-305-6344 days 250-392-7064 evenings

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RECYCLING

Pets & Livestock

Equestrian Sturdy home built 2 horse Angle Haul trailer. Sold floor, large tack room, swing door, dual axles, electric brakes. $2000. 1(250)243-0044

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 Exc. quality horse & good feeder hay, round bales, & large squares. (250)296-3651 Quality hay 55/60lb sq. bales, grass or Grass mixed $5.25 from pile; $6.25 delivered with minimum 100 bale order. 1(250)243-2084 Top quality horse hay $5/bale. Prime 2nd cut hay $5.50/bale 1(250)243-2222

Pets Chinchilla’s, variety of colours. $100. each. Call Robert (250)392-7064 Evenings

4 Homelite Chainsaws $60. each (250)989-1133

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Requires a full time Certified Heavy Duty Field Technician and a Commercial Transport Mechanic We offer an excellent career opportunity with top wages/benefits and on-going training. Apply to: Brandon, email: bstratton@inland-group.com André, email: abosecker@inland-group.com 250-392-7101 • Williams Lake, BC

Zirnhelt Timber Frames Ltd. seeks a carpenter familiar with European heavy timber frame construction and related roofing and finishing systems. Minimum 5 years experience in traditional timber frame joinery including compound joinery as well as prefabricated enclosure systems and vocational training. Most work in the Williams Lake, BC region, wage depends on experience. Business location: 3035 Highway 97c, 150 Mile House, BC. Please email resume and cover letter to: Attention: Damon Zirnhelt damon@ztframes.com • 250-296-3499 Box 46, Big Lake Ranch PO. Big Lake, BC. V0L 1G0

Career Opportunities HUMAN RESOURCE & INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS MANAGER We are seeking a HR professional with industrial relations experience to provide a full range of support to the operations division of the organization. A knowledge of the Forest industry is an asset. The successful candidate will have excellent administration skills including, good communication, and interpersonal skills, be well organized; able to prioritize; exercise good judgment; make decisions and recommendations in a timely manner and have the ability to apply polices and procedures with consistency and confidence. Salary commensurate with experience. If this describes you please forward your resume to Aspen Planers PO Box 160, Merritt, BC V1K 1B8 Or by Fax (250) 315-4237 Attention: Surinder Momrath No later than Monday Nov 25, 2013 We thank all applicants who apply but only those selected for interview will be contacted.

Full Time Elders Support Worker

Depot for batteries, rads, copper, aluminum, catalytic converters, alts. and starts. Will p/u, will pay cash! Phone 250-398-0672

$75.

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CARIBOO FRIENDSHIP SOCIETY

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3 Poulan chainsaws each (250)989-1133

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GENERAL: Under the Supervision of the Social Programs Supervisor, and the Cariboo Friendship Society, Executive Director the Elders Support Worker will be responsible for planning and facilitating activities for community elders. This program has been developed to encourage and promote social interaction for elders, reduce the risk of social isolation and increase awareness of elder health and wellness. DUTIES: • Develop and deliver programs that are culturally appropriate and promote healthy lifestyles and that meet the physical, emotional, intellectual and social needs of elders in the program. • Facilitate presentations on health issues such as diabetes awareness, high blood pressure, exercise and diet, that promote and encourage elders to maintain an optimum level of health, well-being and selfesteem. QUALIFICATIONS: 1. Human Services Certificate, health care experience and or related educational experience 2. Previous experience working with elders would be an asset 3. Good working knowledge of Canada’s Food Guide 4. Must be able to work effectively with minimum supervision 5. Must submit to a criminal record review 6. Must have knowledge and understanding of local Aboriginal cultures and the ability to follow protocols within the Aboriginal communities 7. A valid class 4 and a class 5 Drivers License would be an asset 8. Must be willing to work flexible hours as necessary Closing Date: November 15, 2013 Please note: Pursuant to section 41 of the BC Human Rights Code, preference will be given to applicants of Aboriginal ancestry. SUBMIT APPLICATIONS TO: Cariboo Friendship Society, 99 South Third Avenue, Williams Lake, BC V2G 1J1. Applicants may pick up a complete job description at the Friendship Centre.

Career Opportunities

Denisiqi Services Society VOLUNTARY SERVICES SOCIAL WORKER

POSITION OVERVIEW: Under the direction of the Voluntary Services Supervisor, the Voluntary Services Social worker, who has received Voluntary Services delegation will have the authority to provide ONLY the following services identified in Part 2 of the Child, Family and Community Service Act: Support Services for families; Voluntary Care Agreements (e.g., temporary non-protective care); Special Needs Agreements; establishing Residential Resources; other job responsibilities include: community liaison and development with the Member Bands of Denisiqi; and obtaining delegated authority for each level of delegation Denisiqi obtains. Please note Denisiqi will be obtaining C4 – Guardianship delegation in 2014, at which time all the Voluntary Services Social Workers job description will change to also include Guardianship duties, as per AOPSI. QUALIFICATIONS: • Possess C-3 Voluntary Services Delegation and direct experience in child and family services OR • BSW OR BA Child and Youth Care AND/OR MSW OR Master degree in related human services field (I.E. Med Counselling/MA Clinical Psychology) plus delegation training; OR • Preference will be given to applicants who have their Child Welfare Specialization with a 4th year practicum in a child protection setting; OR • Bachelor of Arts degree or a degree in related human service field, plus 3 years of experience in child and family services delegation training; • Knowledge of Tsilhqot’in and Ulkatcho’en governance, culture and traditions OR a minimum of 2 years working experience in the field with Aboriginal people would be considered an asset; • Pursuant to Section 41 of the BC Human Rights Code, preference will be given to applicants of Aboriginal ancestry; • maintain competence and integrity in their practice and adhere to the standards in the BRSW Code of Ethics and Standards of Practice; • must possess and maintain a valid class 5 BC Driver’s License and have a clean drivers abstract; and • successful pass a criminal record and criminal record review check. Working Conditions: May be required to work evening/week-ends; Exposure to regular travel in remote locations; and may be required to use own vehicle and reimbursed for travel. Please Note: Applicants may be considered for other similar current and/or future vacancies, including temporary and/or permanent positions. An eligibility list may be established. Please submit your resume and cover letter attention: Dwayne Emerson, Executive Director Denisiqi Services Society 240B North Mackenzie Avenue Williams Lake, BC, V2G 1N6 Fax: 250-392-6501 Email: elaine@denisiqi.org Closing Date: November 22nd, 2013 Resumes submitted after 4:30 pm on the deadline date will not be considered. Only those selected for interviews will be contacted.

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Master Colorist Texture Specialist 20 years experience Former Educator for ISO, L’Oréal Professional and Surrey College Open Monday - Saturday

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Please note our new address Atwood/Yorston Medical Clinic Ph: 250-392-2922 Lower Level Fax: 250-392-2947 145 South 4th Avenue Toll Free: 1-866-327-8678

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Mobile Homes & Parks

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Misc for Rent

Homes for Rent

1994 SRI 14x70

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Kenmore Electric Stove, good condition. $25.00 obo Ph. (250)392-6735

$300 & Under Kenmore washer & dryer, 3 yrs old, in good condition. $300. 1(250)243-0044

Fully furnished suites in different locations. These are hotel ready and in lovely condition.

$400 & Under

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4 P.195 75 R14 Winter tires and wheels for 1995 Dodge Caravan $325 (250)392-4391 Moffitt 30” propane stove with large oven, just reconditioned, $400. (250)481-1155

$76,000 3 bdrm, 1 bath, laminate flooring, park in desired location, fenced yard.

Commercial/ Industrial

One 9.5 Johnson boat engine. $400. (250)989-1133

For lease or rent 1238 sq. ft. at 84(A) North Broadway, zoned service commercial, fenced compound area included, avail. immed. (250)392-3725

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Duplex / 4 Plex

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2bdrm suite in 4-plex downtown, $650. includes heat. (250)398-7552

FREE to good approved home pair of Chihuahuas. Must stay together. (250)398-2093 Free to Good Home, spayed 2 yr old Bordie Collie/Blue Heeler Cross. Call (250)398-9587

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3bdrm duplex, S. Lakeside, newly renovated on transit route, private back yard, n/s, n/p, r/r $850/month. (250)2964786

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RECONDITIONED Washer/dryers, electric stoves, etc. 6 Month Guarantee Will deliver in town 250-305-6344 days 250-392-7064 evenings

Misc. Wanted Local Coin Collector Buying Collections, Olympic Gold & Silver Coins etc 778-281-0030

Real Estate For Sale By Owner

Rentals Apt/Condo for Rent

1 AND 2 BEDROOM APARTMENTS Available immediately. Renovated and in a secure building. 250-392-9171

1 & 2 BEDROOM APARTMENTS

Lovely units, new paint and floors, no pets, laundry facilities available. 250-392-2997

Houses For Sale TOTALLY Renovated Duplex on Subdividable 1 Acre lot in City Limits. On bus route, close to schools and shopping. Great views; right across from the lake. Services on upper portion of land all ready to build your dream home...and Have the rental income pay for it!! New Roof, Windows, siding. New Decks. New Flooring. Everything is NEW!!! Live in one suite and have the other pay your mortgage! Suite is currently rented for $975/month. Each suite holds two bedrooms and one custom bath. All NEW!! Asking $279,900 Open to Offers Looking for a quick sale. Please call 250-919-0333

DUPLEX on Firdale Drive, 2 stories, full basement. 3 bedrooms, hardwood floors, f/s, w/d, new lino in kitchen and bathroom, just painted, watersoftner, shed, parking for 2 cars. N/P, N/Smokers, R/R. $900 month - 250-392-2421 Available Nov Newer, quiet, bright 2 bdrm. duplex, small yard, utility shed, n/p, Commodore Crescent. $750/month. Avail. immed (250)398-6138

1 & 2 bedroom suites. Most desirable apartments for seniors. Clean and quiet. Next to Boitanio Park behind Boitanio Mall. Suite comes with heat, hot water, elevator, patio or balcony, fridge, stove and dishwasher. Laundry facility on site, no pets.

250-392-6450

2 bdrm apartment, South Lakeside area, $525/mo, no pets. (250)392-5074.

In quiet clean building, heat and cable included. 250-302-9108

Mobile Homes & Pads 2bdrm mobile, 150 Mile, w/d f/s r/r $600/mo +utilities (250)257-1405

809 Midnight Dr. 3bdrm house, up stairs, working people, quiet, N/P N/S $1000/mo Avail. Dec. 1st (250)392-6338 Professional oriented, 3bdrm, 2 baths, 5 appl., 1 vehicle carport parking, outside storage shed, fenced back yard, N/S N/P, damage deposit & References required. Available immed. Located in Dairy Lane. $900/mo Call (250)296-4211 S. Lakeside 1 block from lake. 1100 sq. ft. 3bdrms, 1.5 baths, single garage, wood fireplace n/s n/p (250)305-9598.

3 bdrm mobile home. Close to casino. F/S. Nat gas heat. 250-392-7617.

Senior Assisted Living

Homes for Rent

Independent Living Suites

2 and 3 bdrm. houses. F/S natural gas heat. Please call (250)392-7617. 2 bdrm on 1 1/3acre couple of little shops, wood/gas heat,$1100/mo for viewing 4597 Dallas Rd (Wildwood/Bull Mountain) (250)3985111 3-4bdrm house on acreage with one bath, large rec room, wood heat, garden, wood shop & carport. Good condition, near Gibraltar. f,s,w,d n/p n/s $1000/mo McLeese Lake. 1(250)297-6569 or 1(250)6302690 3bdrm house at 1140 MacKenzie Ave. f/s, n/s, n/p. $850/mo. (250)303-2233

Wheelchair accessible. One bedroom available. 55+, Quiet, Pet Friendly With a safe and secure environment. Appliances included. Laundry facilities. To view call Laurette at 250-305-3318. Williams Lake Seniors Village

3 Bedroom, 2.5 Bathroom house for rent in Williams Lake. Hardwood floors, large deck, fenced front yard. $1200 plus utilities. 250-398-6154

Assisted living for senior(s) in home environment. Starting at $900/month. (250)392-4314

Garage Sales

Garage Sales

3 bedroom townhouse Crestwood Estates $1000 + hydro 3 bedroom townhouse, Hamel subdivision $1500 + utilities 3 bedroom basement suite $1000 includes utilities

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2bdrm condo, w/d f/s, close to all schools. Avail. Dec 1st. n/s n/p r/r $875/mnth +util. (250)392-5843

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2 BDRM ground floor in seniors’ complex, in Ashcroft. 250396-4334. Clean, lakeview, 1bdr. apart. $575./mo. util. incl., n/s, quiet working person preferred, f/s, n/p. r/r (250)398-7361

One of a kind in an excellent neighbourhood. Completely handicap accessible, no pets. Low income available,must have references. 250-302-9934

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COMPUTER SERVICES • Software & Hardware Installation • Computer & Router Set Up • General Computer Help

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Garage Sale Sat, November 23rd 9am - 3pm at the Longhouse To rent tables call Tina 250-398-8087 or 250-855-8159 cell

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Misc for Rent

2 bedroom top floor of executive 4 plex $1050 + hydro

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4 bedroom top floor of house $1150 + utilities

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BOITANIO PLACE APARTMENTS

1bdrm apartment, 1144 N. MacKenzie Ave. f/s n/s n/p. $475 plus heat. Avail. Dec. 1st (250)303-2233

1983 Mobile For Sale Adult oriented park, pad rent $240/month - no pets, 5 minute walk to Wal-Mart. Call Ron (250)392-1197 or (250)267-1066. Can view anytime.

3bdrm, 2bath suite. Enclosed garage. $950. +utilities. N/S N/P R/R (250)296-3359

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Suites, Lower

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Trucks & Vans

Trucks & Vans

Modern daylight bsmt suite with a view - 935 Hodgson Rd...7mins from downtown. On site storage, carport, N/P N/S, F/S W/D, utilities incl. $950/mo. Ideal for Prof. working couple or individual. Call (250)398-7610 Appointments only.

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Townhouses

Chaparell

3 BEDROOM TOWNHOUSE

SELF STORAGE

“Perfect Condition” Excellent location and close to all schools. Parking garage, W/D included. References Required. 250-305-4970 or email to wlrental@shaw.ca

6x8, 6x15, 10x10, 10x20

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250-392-3261

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1995 Ford Ranger 2.3L, 4cyl, standard 34,000kms, Maintained with synthetic fluids, alpine stereo system, rear diff locker, Hella 500 lights mounted behind a billet grille, canopy, boat rack & chrome rims negotiable. Phone (250)296-3230 or (250)808-9859

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1997 Grand-Am, looks good, drives good, new tranny, battery driven daily, extra tires. $1950. obo (250)296-9058

1999 Oldsmobile Silhoutte Van for sale. Good reliable vehicle, approx 230,000km, comes with winter and summer tires. Asking $2500, please call 250-305-6222

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Cars - Domestic

Brand new, executive 1bdrm suite with view of lake, separate entrance, all new appliances, w/d, furnished or unfurnished, 1125 sq/ft, $1000./mo util. incl. Hamel (subdivision) above Laughing Loon. (250)392-0439

2001 Dodge 3/4 ton 4x4 Pickup With matching canopy. $12,500. obo (250)392-3710

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INVITATION TO TENDER WILLIAMS LAKE INDIAN BAND LAGOON SANITARY SEWER UPGRADE PROJECT Sealed Tenders clearly marked “Lagoon Sanitary Sewer Upgrade Project” will be received at the Williams Lake Indian Band Office, 2672 Indian Drive, Williams Lake B.C., up to 2:00PM local time, Thursday, November 28, 2013. Tenders will be opened in public in the Williams Lake Indian Band Office at 2:00 p.m. on the tender closing date. The project comprises the following works and approximate quantities: • Access road embankment construction including import of approximately 1,500cu.m. of native material. • Supply and installation of lock-block wall fill retainment. • Removal and disposal of existing sanitary sewer system. • Supply and installation of approximately 200m of SDR35 PVC sanitary sewer and related appurtenances. • Vegetation clearing of existing sanitary sewage lagoons. Tender Documents may be obtained from the offices of TRUE Consulting on or after Thursday, November 14, 2013 upon payment of $50, which is non-refundable. Tender documents will be available for viewing by contractors at the offices of the Engineer. Tenders must be accompanied by the following: (1) A BID BOND, CASH DEPOSIT, CERTIFIED CHEQUE or IRREVOCABLE LETTER OF CLEAN CREDIT in the amount of ten percent (10%) of the Tendered Price. (2) If a Bid Bond is provided, a CONSENT OF SURETY relating to subsequent security arrangements for PERFORMANCE and LABOUR AND MATERIALS PAYMENT GUARANTEES. If the information stipulated above is not enclosed with the Tender at the time of opening, the Tender will be rejected.

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General Motors of Canada will pay the first month’s lease payment (inclusive of taxes and any applicable prorate amount normally due at lease delivery as defined on the lease agreement). $0 first month lease payment means no bi-weekly payments will be due in the first month of your lease agreement. After the first month, lessee will be required to make all remaining scheduled payments over the remaining term of the lease agreement. PPSA/RDPRM is not due. Insurance, license, dealer fees and applicable taxes not included. This offer may not be redeemed for cash and may not be combined with certain other consumer incentives available on GM vehicles. General Motors of Canada Limited reserves the right to amend or terminate this offer, in whole or in part, at any time without prior notice. Void where prohibited by law. Additional conditions and limitations apply. 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Tips for keeping kids safe on the Internet It is time to let people who bully know their behaviour is unacceptable. For more information on cyber-bullying, please visit the websites: http://www. erasebullying.ca; http://www.safeteens. com/tips-to-stop-cyberbullying.


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Walkability tops most wanted list for buyers Tanya Osborne Special to Tribune/Advisor My husband and I are entering the real estate market and we have several must-haves on our shopping list. At the very top is walkability which includes walking distance to a grocery store, elementary school, and playground. It also includes a safe neighborhood which includes accessible sidewalks, street lighting, cross walks, and close proximity to public transit. Some of our friends have questioned why walkability is so important and this is what I tell them. Living in a walkable neighbourhood is good for your physical, social and mental health. Walkability encourages people of all ages to get outside and be more physically active. Currently, one in three British Columbians are living with preventable chronic illnesses like heart disease. Walking keeps us healthier and helps reduce our risk of chronic disease and obesity. Secondly, getting out of our houses and our cars allows us to socialize with our neighbours. Having a playground down the street will make it easy for my children to be active and for our family to get to know other families in the neighbourhood. Social connections help build a safe and supportive community where neighbours shovel walks for each other and parents look after neighbourhood children when a little help is needed. Spending time in nature can also boost our mental well-being. Fresh air is calming whether it’s under the stars or the sun, in the wilderness or in our town centres. Not everyone is able to hike up a moun-

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tain but smooth, paved sidewalks, benches and neighbourhood green spaces help make nature

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Health is something that can happen every day… where we live, learn, work, and play.

Tanya Osborne is a community health facilitator with Interior Health.

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