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Saturdays and Sundays through the Christmas season at the Mark Creek Mall C AROLYN GR ANT editor@dailybulletin.ca

When Allison Walker purchased the Mark Creek Mall building earlier this year, she said she was open to anything in terms of using the space. After some discussion with the Chamber of Commerce, it has been decided to offer a Winter Market at the mall beginning November 23. The Market will run through the Christmas season, each Saturday and Sunday, until January 5. “We want to try to capture the first influx of tourists and go right through to January,” said Chamber Manager Mike Guarnery. “After that, we’ll see.” The Winter Market is open to artisans, and people who have items they might like to sell for Christmas. The space formerly used by the Field’s Store will be divided to host up to 30 businesses and artisans to sell items each weekend from 10:00am to 5:00 p.m.

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This happy group of hockey players are the Kimberley Novice Knights. They pulled off a big victory in Cranbrook last weekend, winning the 11-team tournament. The Knights went undefeated in four games and faced another Kimberley team in the final, the Kimberley Novice Dynamiters. After a tight final, the Knights pulled off the win. Congratulations!

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LIGHT THE TREE

Help the Mark Creek Lions help the children Every $100 donated lights up a string of lights C AROLYN GR ANT editor@dailybulletin.ca

For over 35 years the Kimberley Lions Club, now amalgamated with the Marysville Lions to form the Mark Creek Lions, have been stringing lights in the large fir tree near Lions Manor on Church Street. For every $100 raised, the Lions light up one string of lights, the hope being that enough funds will be raised to light the entire tree by Christmas. Every year an intrepid group of Lions string the lights in the tree, with one especially agile member climbing the tree to fix the lights. There are 14 strings of lights, approximately 1,400 bulbs. They’ve done it again this year and the

tree is now ready for lighting. To coincide with Platzl Light Up this Saturday, the Lions will light the entire tree. It will be turned off the next day and individual strings lit up as donations arrive. The Lions are putting out orange and purple cans at local businesses and ask that you donate what you can. All proceeds from the Christmas LIght campaign go to the Lions Sick Children Fund, which assists families with children requiring medical treatment outside the area. If you don’t see a donation can, you can make donations through the Sick Children’s Committee, Rick McKenzie (250-427-3397) or Sandy Sanderson (250-427-4314).The Mark Creek Lions wish a very Merry Christmas to all and hope that Kimberley continues to help them help the children.

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Alice Cooper at Western Financial Place, Cranbrook, Wednesday, Nov. 13. BARRY COULTER

Contrary to popular belief, Rock is not dead. Rock is very much alive, in fact, as demonstrated by an ageless Alice Cooper, who brought his “Raise The Dead” tour to Cranbrook Wednesday night, blowing the doors off Western Financial Place. Alice showed the boisterous crowd why he is still at the top of the pile after five decades in the rock world. He was in fine voice, full of humour, fully engaged and breathing fire into his songbook, helped along by a fiery hot band — the best band he’s ever had, by his own admission — a three-guitar attack. An Alice Cooper show is a ritual, and the crowd were treated to a ritual in three chapters. Following “The Underture,” Alice and the band opened with a series of classics — “Hello Hurray,” “House of Fire,” “No More Mr. Nice Guy,” “Under My Wheels” — the glam, hard rock Alice, replete with the nice theatrical touches. “Billion Dollar Babies” featured Alice brandishing a spit loaded with dollar bills. “Caffeine” a giant coffee mug. Alice, as adept at costume changes as a Shakespearian actor, segued into Chapter 2, the Nightmare Alice. As dry ice fog flooded the stage, Alice woke up in hell, a dreamscape populated by fleeting nightmare figures and overseen by a demonic nurse, subduing our hero with strange drugs and sending him to the guillotine (the guillotine is de rigueur at an Alice Cooper show). One would think the segment would end with a demon proffering Alice’s severed head, spitting Alice’s blood on the front rows. But no, he came back, the Man Behind The Mask. Chapter 3 was Alice’s tribute to his “dead, drunk friends” — Jim Morrison, John Lennon, Jimi Hendrix and Keith Moon. The band played four faithful covers, one from each of The Doors, The Beatles, Hendrix and The Who. The band never T:14”

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Los Angeles). Each band member got plenty of time in the spotlight, along with the star. As Alice opened with his hits, so he closed his show. The crowd sang along with “I’m Eighteen” and “Poison.” “School’s Out” was the

encore. All in all, though everyone’s ears were ringing by the end, everyone felt welcome at Alice Cooper’s nightmare. They were all reluctant to wake up. See this review with setlist at www.dailytownsman.com


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Community Directed Youth Funds dispersed The Kimberley Community Directed Youth Funds Committee (KDYFC) awarded funding to seven innovative programs for Youth living in Kimberley and surrounding area. KCDYFC is a nonprofit group funded by Columbia Basin Trust (CBT). Their goal is to financially support programs that will enrich our community. The activities/services/opportunities that are funded are targeted for youth 12-19 years of age and are new or value-added to what is already available and funded by organization and local governments. The next opportunity for grants is February 15 2014. Application forms are available at Kimberley City Hall.

Robertson presents a cheque to the Fly Tying Club; Gabby Hernandez and Mike Mitchell.

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Receiving funds for the Kimberley Alternate School; Craig Hillman, Louise Perkins and Rebecca Belkowski. Struan Robertson presents for Kimberley Community Directed Youth Funds Committee.

Also awarded funds was the Leadership Club; Hall Gustafson, Sydney Hoko, Quaid Anderson and Carson Loftsgard.

Lori Joe presents funds to the After School Cooking Club, Gustaf Hagland, Jill Deeney.

Kootenay Skate; Gustaf Hagland and Lee Gilmar, receive a cheque from Lori Joe.


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Lindsay Park students have been on the move in recent days getting to know their community. Grade 1 classes did a walking tour of City Hall, the Fire Hall, Kimberley City Bakery and the Library last week. A group of students also accompanied Mr. James to a variety of locations such as the RCMP Detachment, the Ski Hill and Search and Rescue.

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Winter Market in the mall From Page 1 The cost for booth space will be $15.00 for Chamber members and $35.00 for non-Chamber members. Price includes both Saturday and Sunday. Some spaces will have

access to electricity for an additional $5. “We think that’s a good price point. I think the one in Cranbrook is about $70. We are looking to get about 40 vendors. We just want to keep

it busy.” The market will also be an opportunity for businesses looking to expand to get a look at what the Mall can offer in terms of storefront, Guarnery said. It just seemed like a good

idea all round, he says. Contact Mike at the Chamber at 250-427-3666 or manager@kimberleychamber.com to reserve your space.

College offering new trades programs For the Bulle tin

College of the Rockies will be offering two new trades programs at the main campus in Cranbrook starting February 3, 2014. The Steamfitter/ Pipefitter foundation-level (pre-apprenticeship) program is 21weeks in length and includes both classroom theory and practical hands-on experience in a shop setting. Pipefitters are responsible for constructing and repairing piping systems that carry water, steam, chemicals and fuel.

Steamfitters specialize in pipe systems that move liquids or gases under high pressure. Steamfitters/Pipefitters often work on heating and cooling systems in large industrial plants as well as electrical power plants. Upon successful completion of the program, students will be credited with Level 1 Technical training and 375 workbased training hours. The Metal Fabricator (Fitter) foundation-level program is 23-weeks in length and includes both classroom theory and practical hands on

shop experience. Upon successful completion of the program students receive credit for Level 1 Technical training and 450 work-based training hours. Metal Fabricators are responsible for building, assembling and repairing products made of steel or other metals for use in a wide variety of manufacturing and construction industries. Fabricators can work for sheet metal fabrication and welding shops and for manufacturers of structural steel, boilers, plate workers, heavy machin-

ery and transportation equipment. The work of a metal fabricator is often intricate and highly precise. “These programs are part of the College’s ongoing commitment to provide the training required to help fill the need for skilled workers in the area,” says Trades coordinator Gwen Stewart. “We are hearing from industry that there is a great need for workers in both of these trades.” Steamfitter/Pipefitter and Metal Fabricator programs are new to the College and provide

a great opportunity for local and regional students to obtain foundation-level training. “Currently the closest institution to offer Steamfitter/Pipefitter training is in the Okanagan,” Stewart continues. “These programs give students the opportunity to train in the East Kootenay, where there is a demand for these skilled tradespeople.” For more information on either of these programs, go to: www. cotr.bc.ca/trades


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Elmer Pelto’s hockey career Part II of II ANTHONY DR ANSFELD For the Bulletin

Nobody wants to miss a hockey season

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What a night! On Saturday, November 9 over 20 international students currently participating in the Rocky Mountain International Student Program (RMISP) at Selkirk Secondary School in Kimberley and David Thompson Secondary School in Invermere watched the Kootenay Ice defeat the Spokane Chiefs 3-2 in a thrilling game at Western Financial Place in Cranbrook. After the game was over, the students participated in RMISP’s second annual puck shoot competition. Pictured above are the winners, Carlos Dietrich (Selkirk) and Janina Kneissl (DTSS). RMISP would like to thank the Kootenay Ice for helping to make this night such a memorable experience. For more photos, visit www.facebook.com/rmisp.

Kids can ski for free at Kimberley Alpine Resort Rockies this season For the bulletin

Resorts of the Canadian Rockies is a huge advocate for leading and maintaining healthy lifestyles through outdoor activity and more specifically through the sports of skiing and/or snowboarding. Did you know there are many ways Kids can ski or ride for free at RCR resorts this season? Book a Ski Vacation through Resorts of the Canadian Rockies Central Reservations Most of the packages include free Kids Lift Tickets when paired with Adult Tickets and Accommodations. Call 1-800-258-7669 to speak to a va-

cation specialist today or try the NEW Online Chat with a reservation agent to see what package works best for you. Resorts of the Canadian Rockies also offer a variety of Early Booking Specials – Book by November 30th, 2013 to take advantage of the savings. Get a Grade 2 Fun Pass Resorts of the Canadian Rockies and Sport Chek have teamed up this season to offer free skiing to all Grade Two Students or children seven-years old. Purchase the full Grade Two season pass for only a $20 Processing Fee (value of a regular price full season RCR Rockies Child pass is $519!)

By August 1954 Pelto still had not heard from Billy Reay and the Seattle Americans, so when Kimberley players Puggy Pegura and Dougie “Midget” Mcdonald asked Elmer to go and play pro in London, England for the Wembley Lions, Pelto jumped at the chance. (Les Lilley and his new bride Carol also came to London for that hockey season). Ironically Seattle did call a few days later, but by then Pelto had signed with Wembley England. Elmer Pelto went to jolly old England with his own Tack skates. Wembley gave him a brand new pair of blades (which usually take about a month to break in). An English team mate kept bugging Elmer for his old Canadian hockey skates. Pelto finally agreed to give the kid his old blades and started breaking in his new skates. When the season concluded Wembley asked for their skates back, so now Elmer left England skateless. After that season in the British Pro League, Elmer Pelto came back to Kimberley and spent the summer working in the mine. Billy Reay who by this time was the General Manager and Coach of Seattle invited Mr. Pelto to attend the Seattle training camp. Billy Reay, for you hockey history buffs, was the first player credited with raising his stick in celebration after scoring a goal. Reay played 10 seasons for the Montreal Canadiens and Detroit Red Wings and actually scored the win-

ning goal in the very first game ever shown on TV ( October 11th 1952) Elmer (or “ Fuzzball” as he is known by in Kimberley) took the train from Cranbrook to Vancouver, and then down to Seattle with his buddy, fellow hockey player Barry Craig who was trying out. Elmer arrived for camp with no skates, and Billy Reay told him succinctly that he was “no good to him in running shoes”, so the club sprang for a new set of skates. The money in Seattle was pretty good — $2300 U.S. for the season, (while the N.H..L was paying $7000 a year, in their six team league which was comprised of Boston, Detroit, New York,Chicago, Toronto and Montreal all told 120 hockey jobs.) Meanwhile back in the Pacific Coast Hockey League Coach Reay took one look at Pelto and stated that Elmer needed to get “toughened up” after playing in the “soft” British League and dispatched him to their farm team in Cincinnati Ohio. Here fate intervened when Elmer Pelto asked if he could stop in at Kimberley on his way to Cincy and see his mother Bertha. Reay gave Elmer his brand new pair of C.C.M. Tacks and bought his train ticket to Ohio via Kimberley. When Elmer hit Kimberley he went to the Dynamiters asking if he could attend a few practices to” stay in condition” while he was in town. Well, at the second practice Pelto was scrunched into the boards breaking his wrist in three places, so it was “Good Bye” hockey season. When Elmer got back to his family home there was a message from Billy Reay in Seattle advising him

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As president of the Dynamiters, Elmer Pelto is pictured with David Dixon. The Dynamiters raised funds for a new electric wheelchair, which was a rarity back in those days, most wheel chairs were hand pushed. that Pelto was now to report to Moncton, New Brunswick. Elmer called up Coach Reay and told him of the broken wrist, whereas Billy begrudgingly told Elmer to “keep the skates for next season”. Elmer Pelto never saw Reay again Once upon a time professional hockey teams ( and there were not too many) did not like to send their players to Kimberley B.C. Why?? Because they would invariably like what the town had to offer and abandon their interest in playing Pro Hockey, and settle down here. All in all “Fuzzball” Pelto had a pretty good career with the Kimberley Dynamiters, after eight seasons with the Nitros, Pelto hung em up just as

the brand spanking new Kimberley Civic Centre opened its doors which was the 1961-62 season. Pelto later became President of the Kimberley Dynamiters ( Elmer brought in a few guys for the Hockey Club who are still here in town, Adrian “Rocky” Blais, and Lenny Robbins, Wayne Wiemer, Rube McBain, and the late great Denny’ Spook” Houser. All told Fuzzball spent 2 years as President of the Senior A Dynamiters. Talk about having a “full plate” Mr. Pelto had a career at Cominco in planning, also raising a family of four with Vi, and hockey commitments with the Kimberley Dynamiters.

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Do women have a place in religion? In 2009, former President of the United States and lifelong Baptist Jimmy Carter severed his ties with the Southern Baptist Convention. As he explained in a public letter, it was a very difficult and painful decision for him to make. “I have been a practising Christian all my life and a deacon and Bible teacher for many years. My faith is a source of strength and comfort to me, as religious beliefs are to hundreds of millions of people around the world. So my decision to sever my ties with the Southern Baptist Convention, after six decades, was painful and difficult. It was, however, an unavoidable decision when the convention’s leaders, quoting a few carefully selected Bible verses and claiming that Eve was created second to Adam and was responsible for original sin, ordained that women must be ‘subservient’ to their husbands and prohibited from serving as deacons, pastors or chaplains in the military service.” Carter’s decision was both courageous and principled. The sad truth is that most, if not all, of the world’s religions have had the view that women are somehow inferior to men. In many faiths, women are prevented from playing a full and equal role. Tragically, it doesn’t stop at the walls of the church, mosque, synagogue or temple. Discrimination like this has provided reasons or excuses in secular states to deprive women of equal rights across the world for centuries. Before we denounce Muslims for forc-

ing women to wear the hijab, we must also honestly acknowledge that the same practices happen in Western culture. In my own Anglican tradition, the Church of England is still debating whether women can be ordained as bishops. Moreover, it’s been less than 40 years since women could be ordained as priests in the Anglican Church of Canada. Other churches in Canada still do not allow women to be ordained as deacons, priests, ministers, Rev. Yme or pastors simply because of their gender. Woensdregt At its most repugnant, the belief that women must be subject to the wishes of men excuses slavery, violence, forced prostitution, genital mutilation and national laws that omit rape as a crime. But it also costs many millions of girls and women control over their own bodies and lives, and continues to deny them fair access to education, health, employment and influence within their own communities. The impact of these religious beliefs touches every aspect of our lives. They help explain why in many countries boys are educated before girls; why girls are told when and whom they must marry; and why many face enormous and unacceptable risks in pregnancy and childbirth because their basic health needs are not met. The same discriminatory thinking lies behind the continuing gender gap in pay and why there are still so few women in office in the West. The root of this prejudice lies deep in our histories, but its impact is felt every day. It is not women and

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girls alone who suffer. It damages all of us. The evidence shows that investing in women and girls delivers major benefits for society. An educated woman has healthier children. She is more likely to send them to school. She earns more and invests what she earns in her family. Carter goes on to say that, “It is simply self–defeating for any community to discriminate against half its population. We need to challenge these self–serving and outdated attitudes and practices — as we are seeing in Iran where women are at the forefront of the battle for democracy and freedom.” Carter is a member of the Elders. I’ve written about this group of wise, global leaders who work together for peace and human rights before. Part of their work has been to draw attention to the responsibility of religious and traditional leaders in ensuring equality and human rights. They published a statement declaring that, “The justification of discrimination against women and girls on grounds of religion or tradition, as if it were prescribed by a Higher Authority, is unacceptable.” They call on all leaders to challenge and change these harmful teachings and practices, and to put an end to this kind of discrimination against women. “We ask, in particular, that leaders of all religions have the courage to acknowledge and emphasize the positive messages of dignity and equality that all the world’s major faiths share.” Yme Woensdregt is Pastor at Christ Church Anglican in Cranbrook

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May the road rise up to meet you JANUS: Cranbrook Then & Now

Jim Cameron “The road to success is always under construction” Lily Tomlin Okay, here’s the quote, guess the year: “Have you people of Cranbrook figured up your taxes for this year? Have you noted the increase? When you get them figured up and strike a total, take a sheet of paper and figure up what the public improvements in Cranbrook have cost the past year. Who have built the sidewalks? The people by subscription. Who has fixed the streets and repaired the sidewalks this year? No one. Who has cleared the streets on the hill where property has been sold and handsome homes erected? No one. What do the people of Cranbrook want? Do they desire to pay out taxes and increased taxes and get little or nothing in return, or do they want a square deal?” Okay, are you thinking 1960s? 1940s, perhaps? The 1920s? Nope, nope and nope. How about July 13, 1905. Yes, indeed, city streets were a problem in the city of Cranbrook even before there was a City of Cranbrook. The writer in question wasn’t angry at the local city council simply because there wasn’t one. Cranbrook was not yet incorporated. People paid provincial tax and it was the governmental return, or lack of it, that was in question. But let’s back track a few years, shall we? A small section of a map remaining from 1877 shows one road in what is now the city of Cranbrook. It was the Dewdney Trail (built a decade or so earlier and sometimes called the Walla Walla Trail), which crossed through the area of 11th to 14th Avenue, near what is now Baker Park. There may have been other roads but, if so, they’re on the missing section of the map. In 1898, with the coming of the CPR, the town of Cranbrook sprang up and a few roads were laid down according to the townsite survey. Rail travellers disembarked at the CPR station and made their way through the city and surrounding countryside on roads emanating from the downtown core. Well, more like one main road actually: Van Horne Street to Baker Street to Cranbrook Street, with a few roughly cut tributaries to the business and residential district.

Stump pullers at work, ca. 1907, on the 200 block of 11th Avenue. Prisoners from the local jail were often engaged for such tasks.

A view, ca. 1900, of the area between 9th and 12th Avenue including the marsh near what is now Rotary Park. As far as the townsite went there were a whole lot more roads on paper than on the ground. As the housing increased, streets and avenues followed the dictates of the townsite office, jointly controlled by town founder James Baker and the Canadian Pacific Railway: the area consisted chiefly of 1st Avenue to 16th Avenue and Baker Street to 3rd Street, pretty much the boundaries of the town. Initially roadwork was hampered by a lack of bridges needed to cross the creeks and marshes within the townsite. Almost every avenue running to Baker Street required a bridge and bridges, in the hands of the provincial government, were slow to be built. Thus, it was the construction of numerous bridges that took precedence in 1898–99, many of them built by tradesmen and lumbermen who required passage for their work. By 1901, a number of the roadways within the downtown core were more or less in place. They were all dirt and therefore

very muddy in the spring and autumn, very dusty in the summer and gone in the winter. The difficulty, then, was to keep the roads wet when it was dry and dry when it was wet unless it snowed and people could use sleighs. In August 1901, the government built at least one road. It was to the east of town. Everyone agreed it was not where it should be, especially Messrs. Robinson and McKenzie, who watched as the road cut through their oat field before they had time to harvest the crop. Of course, they may well have been farming on government land at the time. By 1906, the local dirt streets were in a sad state of affairs, with Baker Street seemingly the worst of all. Ash heaps, ruts and ridges, ditches from recently installed waterworks, mud holes, garbage, rocks of all sizes and countless tree stumps (not to mention the odd tree or two) confounded the traveller. Add that to the mud and dust and it does not make a pretty picture.

There was hope in sight, however. The City of Cranbrook was incorporated in late 1905, and among the first order of business for the newly installed city council the following year was the task of improving local travel. Actually, it wasn’t among the first order of business. It was more like the 23rd order of business. It came after such pressing matters as Bylaw #7 to impose a dog tax and establish a dog pound, health Bylaw #9, Bylaw #13 concerning traffic, Bylaw #21 to raise money for the construction of municipal buildings, Bylaw #22 to construct a fire hall and seventeen others, but those are bylaws to be dealt with another day because, hey, everybody loves to study up on century-old bylaws. So saying, in April 1906, the city passed a bylaw to raise $10,000 for street improvements and the construction of new wooden sidewalks. Next Week: “On the Level”, Roads and Sidewalks Part II. Study it carefully, you will be graded.

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The East Kootenay Railway Pensioners Association will be having a Social Luncheon at 12:30 pm,and Election of Officers, Tuesday Nov.19th, 2013 at Arthur’s Sports Bar & Grill (Day’s Inn) 600 Cranbrook St.N, Cranbrook BC. All Railway Retiree’s and Spouses are welcome RSVP by NOV.15th, 2013. Info: Secretary Frances Allen at 250-4262720 or Myrtle 250-426-2378,Jean 250-426-8338. 2013 FREE FAMILY SWIM Wednesday, November 20th, 6:00-7:00 PM is sponsored by TYEE Custom Homes. Children 18 years & under must be accompanied by an adult. PROSTATE CANCER Awareness and Support Group meets November 20 at 7 pm in Room 205, College of the Rockies, Cranbrook Campus. Guest speaker is Dr. David Lenz, Physician and PC Survivor. Everyone welcome. Info: Kevin Higgins 250-427-3322 ONGOING Contact the Kimberley Health Care Auxiliary Thrift Shops at 250-427-2503 (Brenda) or 250-427-1754 Gayle) for volunteer opportunities: cashiers, sorters, after hours cleaners. Community Acupuncture. 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NEW YORK - All those who marvel at Miguel Cabrera can only wonder what he might’ve done this year if completely healthy. Even so, Cabrera was a huge hit in Motown. Despite being hobbled by all sorts of ailments, the Detroit Tigers slugger won his second straight American League Most Valuable Player award Thursday, once again beating Angels outfielder Mike Trout by a comfortable margin. A season after winning baseball’s first Triple Crown in 45 years, Cabrera came back to lead the majors in hitting at .348 and finish second with 44 home runs and 137 RBIs. “I think this year was tougher because of the injuries,” he said on a conference call from the Miami area. “It was the last two months. It was tough to play through it,” he said. The eight-time AllStar missed several games after the break because of a bad back, a

sore left hip flexor, a strained lower abdomen, shin trouble and a groin tear. He recently had surgery to fix the tear and said he’ll be ready for spring training. Still, Cabrera got 23 of 30 first-place votes from members of the Baseball Writers’ Association of America. He became the first player to win consecutive AL MVPs since Frank Thomas for the Chicago White Sox in 1993 and 1994. Pirates centre fielder Andrew McCutchen took the NL MVP by a surprisingly wide margin after leading a baseball revival in Pittsburgh. McCutchen drew 28 of the 30 first-place votes to finish far ahead of Arizona first baseman Paul Goldschmidt and St. Louis catcher Yadier Molina. “I’m floating right now,” McCutchen said in Pittsburgh. “But I definitely didn’t expect it to be a landslide with those other guys - Goldschmidt and Molina. They were great candidates and I didn’t know what to expect.”

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REGINA - Saskatchewan Roughrider defensive end Ricky Foley has been here before - staring down a tough team in a division final, with the possibility of playing in the Grey Cup on home turf on the line. The Riders will play

the Stampeders in Calgary in the CFL West Division final on Sunday, with the winner heading to Regina for the Nov. 24 Grey Cup. Foley was with the Toronto Argonauts last season when they won the Grey Cup at home. But first, the Argos had to get past their arch rival Alou-

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The Oilers (4-14-2) are last in the Western Conference, are 1-8-1 in their last 10 games and have given up a leagueworst 78 goals against. They haven’t made the playoffs since 2006, and baring a sudden turnover appear destined to miss post-season again. Team captain Andrew Ference said part of MacTavish’s message was that the players have to remember there have been some positives this season.

“C o m m u n i c a t i o n solves a lot of issues and honesty solves a lot of issues and that was a dose today,” Ference said. “It’s not trying to bury our heads in the sand and say the record is okay a it’s to pull some guys back from the one extreme that everything is wrong. It’s tough to remember there are positives.” Forward Sam Gagner said the general manager’s main message “was to focus on the right

things and just stick with that. Today was an important day for us to take a step back and reassess what is going on.” The challenge now, MacTavish said, is not to do anything irrational that will hurt the team long-term. “Are there things I could do to improve the team right now? Absolutely. Would it be the right thing? Doubtful. Would it penalize our ultimate objective of being a championship team? Probably.” MacTavish said he is convinced the team has a core of eight to 10 players who can make the Oilers competitive again and now is the time for management and coaches to build trust in that group. “That’s why it’s my responsibility to support these guys,” he said. “They’re going to be great players and they’re going to be Oilers and it’s important they feel that support from the coaching staff and from management.” He admitted his “self-satisfaction meter is not too high right now” because he didn’t realize that core group would need more support that he has provided.

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ettes in Montreal in the CFL East Division final. It’s only Foley’s first year in Saskatchewan, but he says the Riders’ feelings against Calgary are similar. “You can feel it. It’s definitely palpable,” Foley said after practice Thursday. “You can sense it around here with

Kadri suspended 3 games for hit on goalie Bolland, acquired from Chicago in the off-season, had six goals and four assists in 15 games before suffering a severed tendon during a Nov. 2 game in Vancouver. Kadri, along with converted winger James van Riemsdyk, was supposed to fill the void left by the injured centres. But he put his team in a deeper hole when he hit Backstrom in the head in the first period of Wednesday’s game at Minnesota. Kadri tipped a Joffrey Lupul shot on goal, then ran into Backstrom while driving to the net.

the guys who have been with the team for a while. I know how much they don’t like Calgary. “We’ve got some guys on our team who like to talk, they’ve got some guys on their team who like to talk. They’ve got some guys who like to hit, we’ve got some guys who like to hit. So any time you have that, I think it’s put into a little bit of a melting pot and it’s pretty combustible right now. “I think there’s a genuine distaste for each other right now at this point and Sunday’s probably going to explode and we’ll see what happens.” Some things are similar to last year in this division final, Foley said, while others are not. “Well, for me it’s a lot colder. I was in a dome last year doing this

sweating, so that’s my main difference,” Foley joked. “The feeling, it’s pretty similar. Even when I was in B.C., it’s pretty similar. You know, you get to this point, you realize it’s the CFL and anybody can win on any given day. The best four teams are left and you’ve got to bring your A-game.” Foley said it’s only fitting that Calgary is the team Saskatchewan has to get past to get to the championship. A 29-25 win over the B.C. Lions in the West semifinal earned the Roughriders the trip to West final. Calgary won the West with the CFL’s best record of 14-4. The Stampeders also won the season series with Saskatchewan 2-1, with both victories coming at McMahon Stadium.


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Ice road trip continues with games against Raiders, Blades Tre vor Cr awley Sports Editor

Two days after suffering a 3-0 loss to the Swift Current Broncos due to a lacklustre performance, the Kootenay Ice are taking on the Raiders in Prince Albert tonight. It is one of three Kootenay road games that will be broadcast on ShawTV this year. The Raiders are coached by former Ice bench boss Cory Clouston, who has led Prince Albert to a 12-8-2-0 start this year, good for third place in the Eastern Conference. Kootenay, on the other hand, at 11-9-2-0, is tied in seventh at 24 points with Regina and Calgary. However, the Ice sit at the bottom of the logjam due to the lowest goals-for count. Kootenay and Prince Albert already clashed once this year, as the Ice pulled out a 2-0 win in Cranbrook in mid-October. The Raiders won their last contest after a three-game losing skid. The roster features 1st rounder Josh Morrissey, who got picked up by Winnipeg in the 2013 NHL Draft. Prince Albert gets a ton of scoring

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from Leon Draisaitl, who leads the team in scoring and will likely be a high draft pick in the 2014 class. On the topic of the NHL draft, two Kootenay Ice players made the NHL Central Scouting’s ‘Players to Watch’ list, which was released on Thursday. Unsurprisingly, Sam Reinhart made it into the ‘A’ category (indicating likely 1st-round selection) along with names such as Draisaitl, Jake Virtanen (Calgary), Brycen Martin (Swift Current) and Chase De Leo (Portland). Tanner Faith, despite his upper-body injury that has kept him out of the last 15 games, also made it onto the list under the Limited Viewing category. Faith also made the initial ‘Futures’ list back in July. Reid Gardener, a forward with the Raiders, was also ranked in the ‘C’ category (indicating 4th/5th/6th round selection). After the Raiders contest, Kootenay rolls into Saskatoon to face the Blades, which also had players make it onto the scouting list. Nikita Scherbak, who came in

via the CHL import draft, is currently the leading WHL rookie point scorer and made it into the ‘A’ category. Scherbak was also named to the Russian junior squad that will participate in the Subway Super Series against teams from the QMJHL, OHL and WHL. Blades forward Nelson Nogier made it into the ‘B’ category, while goaltender Alex Moodie showed up in the ‘C’ category. The Ice have already faced the Blades once this year on home soil at Western Financial Place, losing 4-2. WHL Notes: WHL prospect Tyler Benson will make his muchhyped debut with the Vancouver Giants this weekend against the TriCity Americans. Benson was the first overall selection by Vancouver in the WHL Bantam Draft in May after setting scoring records in the Alberta bantam league. He is currently playing with the Pursuit of Excellence program out of Kelowna. Hockey Canada unveiled the Team Pacific roster for the World U-17 Hockey Challenge, which does not feature

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Michael Phelps tells The Associated Press that “nothing is set in stone” regarding a comeback, even though he sent the strongest signal yet by rejoining the U.S. drug-testing program. Phelps told the AP in an exclusive telephone interview on Thursday that he returned to swimming mainly to get back in shape. But he acknowledges it’s fun being around his old team at the North Baltimore Aquatic Club. His coach, Bob Bowman, says he urged Phelps to get back in the doping program to keep his options open. He was tested twice in the third quarter of the year by the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency, but actually rejoined the program near the end of the second quarter.

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Offer is transferable to a family member living in the same household (proof of address required). This offer may not be redeemed for cash and may not be combined with certain other consumer incentives available on GM vehicles. The $2,000 credit includes HST/GST/PST as applicable by province. As part of the transaction, dealer will request current vehicle registration and/or insurance to prove ownership. GMCL 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. See your GM dealer for details. ¥$3,500 manufacturer to dealer delivery credit has been applied to the purchase and lease offers of 2014 Sierra Crew Cab, and is applicable to retail customers only. Other credits available on select Sierra models. ‡Offer only valid from November 1, 2013 to December 2, 2013 (the “Program Period”) to retail customers resident in Canada who own or are currently leasing a Chevrolet HHR, Equinox, Tracker, Uplander, Venture, Astro, Lumina APV, Blazer, Traverse, Trailblazer; Saturn Vue, Relay, Outlook; Pontiac Montana/SV6, Transport, Torrent, Aztek, Sunrunner; Buick Rendezvous, Terraza, Enclave, Rainier; Oldsmobile Silhouette, Bravada; GMC Safari, Jimmy, Terrain, Acadia or Envoy, that has been registered and insured in Canada in the customer’s name for the previous consecutive six months, will receive a $2,000 credit towards the lease; or a $1000 credit towards the purchase or finance of an eligible new 2014 GMC Terrain or Acadia delivered during the program period. Only one (1) credit may be applied per eligible vehicle sale. Offer is transferable to a family member living in the same household (proof of address required). This offer may not be redeemed for cash and may not be combined with certain other consumer incentives available on GM vehicles. The $2,000/$1,000 credit includes HST/GST/PST as applicable by province. As part of the transaction, dealer will request current vehicle registration and/or insurance to prove ownership for the previous consecutive six months. GMCL 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. See your GM dealer for details. †*Comparison based on 2012 Wards segmentation: Middle/Cross Utility Vehicle and latest competitive data available, and based on the maximum legroom available. Excludes other GM brands. ‡*Cargo and load capacity limited by weight and distribution. Comparison based on 2013 Wards segmentation: Large/Cross Utility Vehicles and latest competitive data available. Excludes other GM vehicles. **The 2-Year Scheduled Lube-Oil-Filter LOF Maintenance Program provides eligible customers in Canada, who have purchased, leased or financed a new eligible 2014 MY Chevrolet, Buick, or GMC vehicle (excluding Spark EV), with an ACDelco oil and filter change, in accordance with the oil life monitoring system and the Owner’s Manual, for 2 years or 40,000 KMs, whichever occurs first, with a limit of four (4) Lube-Oil-Filter services in total, performed at participating GM Dealers. Fluid top offs, inspections, tire rotations, wheel alignments and balancing, etc. are not covered. 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 reserve 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. See dealer for details.

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Alberta school debating whether to drop Lord’s Prayer the words to the prayer. Public schools in Alberta and Saskatchewan are allowed to include the Lord’s Prayer in student routines. A number of parents in the community have said it’s important to include the prayer. Others are insistent that religion is a requirement in their families. One homeschooling parent said she wouldn’t want to let go of the tradition of reciting the prayer.


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Canada could send six military helicopters for Philippine relief MIKE BL ANCHFIELD Canadian Press

OTTAWA — The Canadian Forces are considering sending a detachment of three to six Griffon helicopters to help with relief efforts in the Philippines in the wake of typhoon Haiyan. Officials say teams on the ground on the typhoon-ravaged island of Panay are assessing the situation and the need for helicopters. A final decision will be made by an inter-departmental task force in Ottawa, but the military is preparing helicopters for the mission. The Forces are lining up CH146 Griffon helicopters, a versatile, combat-capable chopper that can perform a variety of tasks including search and rescue and reconnaissance. The Canadian effort now is based at the airport in Iloilo, but elements of the DART are preparing to move north to the city of Roxas. The team’s commanding officer on the ground, Lt.-Col. Walter Taylor, said the area is ringed by some smaller islands that would be easier to reach with helicopters. The Canadian team includes medical personnel, but military officials say the initial work will fall to engineers who can open roads, repair basic infrastructure and provide clean drinking water.

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Taylor, speaking by phone from Iloilo, said the DART will make its first foray into the remote, coastal areas of Panay island on Friday morning, an area that has received little, if no, outside help. In all, the Canadians will be trying to help bring relief to an area where 300,000 families have been affected. Taylor stressed the DART is working with Philippine authorities, as well as the United Nations and non-governmental agencies whose “bread and butter’’ is providing direct humanitarian assistance. Taylor said the area may not be the hardest-hit area of the Philippines, but the need there is

dire. He said 100,000 houses have been either destroyed or rendered roofless. The local fishing and farming economy has been wiped out; fishing boats have been destroyed, while once fertile fields have either had their crops ripped from the ground or drenched in salt water. “The people are living in the most squalid conditions, trying to salvage what they can out of the remains of their houses.’’ Though the regional governors did an excellent job of preparing for the typhoon — they succeeded in evacuating coastal areas and stockpiling emergency supplies — their luck is starting to run out, Taylor said. That’s because their supplies are running out and they don’t have access to clean water, which raises the possibility of a new crisis of disease outbreaks such cholera and typhoid, he said. Taylor said he’s seeing the Philippine authorities in his region get back on their feet, belying the reports of past days of a government unable to cope with an insurmountable crisis. “We walked into the government office of Iloilo province, and we saw hundreds of volunteer packing bags of relief goods, general members of the population that came in to volunteer their time to help their fellow citizens.

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$SBOCSPPLt4BUVSEBZ/PWUI 10:00-11:00 728 21st Avenue South $249,000 Spacious home w/ hardwood Ă&#x20AC;oors, brick Âżreplace, updates & large back yard. 2393466 Sandy Smith 10:30-11:30 #214 - 2125 2nd Street South $69,900 Wanted: Professors, students, hospital staff, 1st time home ownersâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; pay less than rent! 2219108 Lori White & Jami Joy 11:00-12:00 317 14th Avenue South $279,900 Spotless 3+1bdrm, 2 bath home w/ garage & carport. 2391176 Linda Stuckey 11:00-12:00 1013C 23rd Avenue North $215,000 Beautiful modern living w/ vaulted ceilings, lots of natural light & cozy gas Âżreplace! 2393291 Carla Sinclair 11:00-12:00 #1307 - 2015 2nd Street North $116,900 Well maintained 2bdrm unit is perfect for 1st time buyers, students or revenue & is move-in ready! 2389514 Barry Seitz

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NEWS Paul McCartney quotes ‘Back in the USSR’ to Putin ASSOCIATED PRESS

Toronto Zoo says only one of three polar bear cubs born on weekend survived C ANADIAN PRESS

TORONTO — Toronto Zoo officials say a polar bear at the zoo gave birth to three male cubs but only one survived and is now in the intensive care unit. The zoo says Aurora, one of its two female polar bears, had the cubs on Saturday but two of them did not survive the first 48 hours. On Monday, staff observed the lone cub was not moving as strongly as before and a decision was made to intervene and have a veterinarian retrieve the cub. The zoo says vets have been monitoring the cub’s temperature, taking blood samples and feeding him a special formula. Eric Cole, manager of wildlife care at the zoo, says Aurora showed “perfect maternal instincts’’ and tried to nurse each cub shortly after birth. But the zoo says inexperienced animal mothers do not always

successfully nurture their offspring and it’s part of nature that cubs sometimes do not survive. The zoo says its staff is focused on the health and survival of the remaining cub and updates will be released later. “This is an extremely critical time for this young cub and zoo staff are providing 24/7 care to give him the best chance for survival as the first three months are crucial,’’ said Simon Hollamby, a veterinarian at the zoo. The Toronto Zoo is involved in a research project on polar bear reproduction involving several other zoos. It says polar bears typically give birth at the end of November or in December. Female polar bears den at the start of winter and nurse their newborns for several months before emerging with their surviving cubs in the spring.

MIDLAND, Texas — Officers in West Texas who answered calls about a kangaroo hopping along a road helped capture the pet and return the animal to its owner. Midland County Sheriff Gary Painter says deputies thought dispatchers were crazy when calls came in Tuesday night from people who said they saw a kangaroo. Patrol car video shows some of the chase

along a rural highway near Midland. Deputies helped corner the four-foot-tall kangaroo as the owner offered a treat to the animal, then grabbed the pet. Painter said Wednesday that Midland County has an exotic animals ordinance and owners must notify the sheriff’s office. Authorities are checking to see if a pet kangaroo falls under that category.

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country.’’ Quoting the song’s line “Gee it’s good to be back home,’’ McCartney asks: “Could you make that come true for the Greenpeace prisoners?’’ McCartney posted the letter Thursday on his official website. The 28 protesters, plus a photographer and a videographer, were detained aboard their ship on Sept. 18. They were initially charged with piracy, later downgraded to hooliganism.

LONDON — Paul McCartney is urging Russian President Vladimir Putin to release 30 people arrested during a Greenpeace protest at an Arctic oil rig almost two months ago. In a letter addressed “Dear Vladimir,’’ the former Beatle tells Putin that he wrote the song “Back in the U.S.S.R,’’ in the 1960s, “back when it wasn’t fashionable for English people to say nice things about your

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A polar bear cub takes a closer look at an iPhone recording video at his new home at the Toronto Zoo on Feb. 3. 2012.

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