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Finishing touches to Phase 1 set for this week BY SHERI REGNIER Times Staff

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Brent Iachetta, a carpenter with the City of Trail, sets a new post for a damaged parking meter in downtown Trail on a rainy Monday afternoon. The city released data on revenue generated from parking. See story on Page 3.

Police watchdog visits with mayor and councillor

BY VALERIE ROSSI Times Staff

Trail Mayor Dieter Bogs says it’s about time the province has developed a police watchdog. This after he and Coun. Eleanor Gattafoni Robinson sat down with the head of the Independent Investigations Office of BC (IIO), which is mandated to conduct investigations into officer-related incidents of death or serious harm.

Bogs hopes that the unbiased look into such cases will provide closure to both police officers and families in B.C. and help restore confidence in law enforcement. “It adds a significant cost element, but in my opinion it’s long overdue and it’s well worth the extra cost (to the province),” he said. “The image of the iconic RCMP has suffered significantly in the past couple of years from our

The city is adding a little red va voom to downtown Trail this week by erecting gateway features along Victoria Street intersections. The three minor gateway features will be installed at the entrance of Pine, Cedar and Bay avenues as a finishing touch to infrastructure upgrades recently completed along the Victoria Street corridor. The 16-foot gateways will be mounted on four foot granite bases, weather permitting, and will highlight the street names and include some lighting features. Installation is expected to begin Wednesday, SUBMITTED The next phase of the downtown An artist rendering of the gateway revitalization plan is projected to features to be added to downtown start in 2014, and includes two avenues this week. major gateway features that will span east and west at each end of Imperial Oil (Esso) until it closed Victoria Street. in late 2009 and a Petro Canada Street-scape greening and land- station that shut down operations scaped medians along Victoria in 2008. Street are part of the Phase 2 “The current gate wraps have leg of downtown improvements, undergone a lot of wear and tear although the funding and scope of over the last few years,” said the project has yet to be approved Andrea Jolly, Trail communication by council. and events coordinator. Another “gate” project the city “With the enhancements on is undertaking, is the re-design Victoria Street, it is the perfect and installation of new fence wraps time to re-create the wraps with along Victoria Street at the old gas consistent artwork we have been station lots. using for all our Victoria Street The non-operating surplus communication pieces.” properties were retail sites of See NEW, Page 3 society’s perspective.” Richard Rosenthal, BC’s first Chief Civilian Director of the IIO, and his colleague stopped in Trail recently on a trip across the province to extend a handshake to city leaders as part of a community engagement strategy. The IIO started up last year due to a few incidents, one in particular being the Robert Dziekanski Tasering at the Vancouver

International Airport in 2007. A final inquiry report released in 2010 concluded the RCMP were not justified in using a Taser against the Polish immigrant and that the officers later deliberately misrepresented their actions to investigators. Bogs said though the IIO is fairly new, the office has already carried out 28 investigations. See LOCAL, Page 2

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FROM PAGE 1 Of this, 22 reports have been closed and six have been referred to Crown, which resulted in one charge, one pending case and four cleared. Locally, Bogs is only aware of a Columbia River drowning that was put under the microscope. Andrew Evans, 28, entered the river July 10 this year to avoid the Kootenay Boundary Regional Detachment Crime Reduction Unit and members from the Trail and Greater District RCMP, who attended a home in Glenmerry to arrest Evans for several unendorsed arrest warrants. From the shoreline, officers watched as Evans swam back toward the shore, where he remained in the water holding onto a tree branch while he spoke to officers at the river’s edge and eventually let go of the branch and floated downstream. Considering Evans’ state, the family considered this a dangerous pursuit that should have been aborted but an investigation by the IIO found the officers not at blame. Trail RCMP Sgt. Rob Hawton confirmed the Evans case was reviewed and as a result no recommendations were made. “I won’t comment publicly on the IIOBC, as I don’t wish any inferences to be made,” he added. If the IIO asserts jurisdiction over a case, it will complete an investigation of any potential offence by an officer. Under the Police Act, police services of BC are required to cooperate with IIO investigations.

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Trail Mayor Dieter Bogs, special guest Bruce Dumont, president of Metis National of B.C., Marilyn Taylor, regional director of the Kootenay Metis Nation of B.C., Myrt Servatius, president of the Kootenay South Metis Local, and her great granddaughter 19-month-old Madison Fischer were among about 30 people gathered across from City Hall Friday to witness the raising of the Metis flag in Trail for the first time. The flag was flown until Monday in celebration of Louis Riel Day, held this past Saturday. The blue flag with the white infinity symbol represents the mixing of European immigrants and First Nations people and the endurance of the culture through hardships.

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Broadband stalled by FortisBC lockout By Yolanda Ridge Rossland News

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Ursula Abresch, VISAC’s artistic director, was looking for shades of grey in the nostalgic black and white photographs of the gallery’s current exhibit, Stanley G. Triggs: Changes Upstream. The showing documents the people and landscape of East Kootenay communities before and after the building of the Libby Dam and subsequent flooding of the valley north of the international border.

City’s ticketing system paying dividends By Sheri Regnier Times Staff

A new parking system in Trail has automatically led to an additional 1,000 violation tickets being issued this year compared to 2012. “With respect to tickets issued in 2013, to date we issued 7,856 tickets compared to 6,838 in 2012,” said Michelle McIsaac, the city’s corporate administrator. “This is recognizing that we had a two-month period without a parking meter attendant that could account for part of that difference.” At the Nov. 12 governance meeting, McIsaac reviewed her report of operations and bylaw enforcement that included further details about the new automated parking management system. To date, total revenues associated with parking operations are just above

$300,000, compared to $270,000 in 2012. Overall, the city pulled in over $180,000 from meter revenue, fines and tickets, and parking fees since January, compared to $155,000 in 2012 during the same time period. Another bonus to the automated system is that the city has realized a significant improvement in the voluntary collection recovery of parking fines, according to McIsaac. “For violations issued in the new system, records indicate that approximately 75 per cent have been paid,” she explained. “Comparatively, the recovery rate previously was 42 per cent in 2012.” In 2012, the city was owed almost $43,000 in unpaid fines, and after much study and review, council decided

to bring in the boot. The city’s traffic bylaw was amended in February to give the bylaw enforcement officer authority to seize a vehicle using a boot device. The boot apparatus immobilizes vehicles with an accumulation of unpaid parking tickets, and to date, has been used on six vehicles. Although a $75 fee must be paid at city hall before the vehicle is released, that doesn’t mean that those chronic offenders are more compliant just yet. “Not all have taken steps to pay their outstanding tickets,” said McIsaac. “So there are some who could be subject to the boot again.” The city rolled out the new system, a $45,000 capital project, when it was realized that Trail was in need of a more efficient system that would

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If broadband is on Rossland’s Christmas wish list this year, there is still a small chance that Santa will deliver. According to Rossland Councilor Jody Blomme, the Columbia Basin Broadband Corporation (CBBC) has set a tentative timeline for delivery of the service to Rossland, with the goal of having broadband Internet up and running at city hall by Dec. 31. Under the terms of the plan, the south side of Columbia Ave. will be connected to the network first, with the hope of having the north side completed by spring. Building to the water treatment plant will not be completed until the summer of next year. To meet these objectives, the CBBC will begin digging this month. There is only a minimal amount of groundwork required, but it will be a race to get it completed before Rossland is covered in snow and ice. Broadband’s major obstacle is not the winter freeze, however. The most immediate barrier to meeting the timeline is the continuing labour dispute at FortisBC. Although pole permits have been obtained, fibre cannot be installed as long as the job action continues. “And once the work crews are mobilized,” said Blomme, “preparing poles for broadband is not likely to be a priority.” With no option but to wait and see whether Santa can sort things out at Fortis, the CBBC is looking ahead; doing an inventory of schools and government buildings that are part of an existing network, in addition to surveying community services within the Columbia Basin with the view of forming partnerships to increase efficiency and feasibility.

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NDP looks to rebuild after convention THE CANADIAN PRESS VANCOUVER British Columbia New Democrats were throwing around words like grief, mourning and venom-sucking as the party wrapped up a weekend convention in Vancouver, six months after a devastating election loss that has forced the NDP to ask tough questions about its campaign strategy, its leadership and its future. The convention also saw the Opposition party narrow in on a timeline for selecting a new leader to replace Adrian Dix, with the NDP’s provincial council deciding to hold a leadership vote in early fall of next year, though the precise date has yet to be determined. Party members, from optimistic enthusiasts to the cranky cynics, grudgingly acknowledged that while the NDP has managed to stick a Band-Aid on its election wounds, the party must now turn its attention to fixing the more substantial issues that cost them a chance at governing. The New Democrats lost May’s provincial election, despite entering the campaign with a 20-point lead in the polls that had political watchers guessing not about whether the NDP would win, but how badly the governing Liberals would lose. The election loss prompted Dix to announce plans to resign as the party has examines what happened. Dix will remain leader until his successor is chosen. The party also chose a new president: Craig Keating, who replaces former NDP

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OBITUARIES FERRO (NEE KELLY), JOSEPHINE — passed away peacefully at Columbia View Lodge, on November 14, 2013 after a long journey with Alzheimer’s Disease. Jo was born in Trail on April 5, 1921 the youngest of five children. She told great stories about growing up in Trail; including swimming in the Columbia River, hiking the road to Rossland and wonderful train rides to Nelson. A hairdresser by trade, Jo was a pioneer for women in business, owning her own hair salon on Bay Avenue. In 1945 Jo married the love of her life, Mono, and together they raised 3 children and neighbourhood of swimmers. Mom’s gracious hospitality was her specialty and friends and family were at the top of her list. An opportunity was never missed when ravioli could be served, hamburgers flipped and cacchiatori simmered on the BBQ. The backyard was her mecca. Mom was an avid golfer and even when Alzheimer’s had taken hold, special friends could still get her out on the fairways – she never lost that talent. Mom and Dad enjoyed a great life together. As longterm snowbirds, they spent 25 years wintering in Palm Springs, their ‘Fantasy Land’ as they called it, enjoying each other, their friends and the magic of retirement. Jo is survived by her son Paul (Allana) Ferro, daughters Cathy (Ian) McAlpine and Sue (Garry) Bock all of Trail; grandchildren Amy (Brett) Johnson, Keri (Cam) Ferguson; Richard (Donna) McAlpine, Diane (Sean) Jeffers; Jarrod (Tina) Graf, Joel Graf (Candice) and Tim Bock (Christina). Noni would be thrilled with all her great-grandchildren: Olivia, Jianna and Bethany; Jordyn and Jaxon; Grace and Ariana; Gocean; Dayton and Delylah; Brooke and Paisley, and numerous nieces and nephews. Jo was predeceased by her husband Mariano (Mono) Ferro, her siblings Bridie Woytella, Art Kelly, Lil Hughes, Hannah Rinaldi and

her granddaughter Katie Bock. A Mass of Christian Burial will be held on Friday, November 22, 2013 at 11:00 am at Holy Trinity Parish with Father Jim McHugh, Celebrant. Bill Clark and Jordan Wren of Alternatives Funeral and Cremation Services™ has been entrusted with arrangements. Memorial donations can be made in memory of Jo to the Kootenay Boundary Regional Hospital Health Foundation with funds directed to Columbia View Lodge, 1200 Hospital Bench Road, Trail, BC, V1R 4M1 or online at www. kbrhhealthfoundation.ca You are invited to leave a personal message of condolence at the family’s online register www.myalternatives. ca GECHO, VELMA — passed way peacefully on November 12, 2013. Velma was born in Kimberly and was one of five children of Birtha and Clyde Michaely. Velma married John and together, they had four children, two boys and two girls. Velma’s family was everything to her. Velma’s interests included reading, cooking, crocheting, knitting and gardening. Velma is predeceased by her husband and two sons. Velma is survived by her two daughters, Donna (Brian) Guglielmin, and Carol Gecho,Velma’s granddaughter Amber Barbier (Ryan Benedict) and two twin greatgrandsons, Logan and Carter Benedict. Mom you will be greatly missed. Thank you to the doctors, nurses, and care team at Poplar Ridge, and to Home Support and Trail Hospice. Your support was greatly appreciated. Cremation has taken place. There will not be a funeral service. Please join Velma’s family for a Celebration of Life Service, at the Rossland Legion on Wednesday, November 20, 2013 at 1 pm. *** APA (NEE PISCITELLI), ELVIRA FILOMENA — passed away peacefully at

Langley Memorial Hospital on November 12, 2013 at the age of 92. She was born in Aprigliano, Cosenza Italia on June 9, 1921. Predeceased by her parents Francesco & Innocenza Piscitelli, b r o t h ers Mike and Tony Piscitelli, and sister Helen (Luigi) Porco and brotherin-law Francesco Ripoli, s i s t e r- i n laws Ernesta Apa & Concetta Gualtieri in Italia. Left to mourn are her son Frank, wife Gail and grandchildren Jonathan, Stephen and Amanda Apa, her sister Ernestina Ripoli, sister-in-law Iolanda Piscitelli, sister-in-law Concettina Piscitelli. Nephews and nieces; Frank Ripoli, Franco (Renni) Piscitelli, Maria (George) Peck, Joanne (Doug) Oliver, Diana (Murray) Duclos, Frank Anthony Piscitelli and many great nieces and nephews as well as devout friends. Elivira lived in Aprigliano until 1949, when she moved with her family to Trail, BC to be reunited with their father. In 1951 Elivra married her childhood sweetheart Alfonso Apa. She was a wonderful mother and was devoted to her family and friends. Elvira was an excellent cook and seamstress. She lived independently until the age of 90 when she went to live with her family in Langley. She had a strong Christian faith that she relied on throughout her many years. A Mass of Christian Burial will be held at St. Anthony’s Parish on Monday, November 25, 2013 at 10:30 a.m. Father Jim McHugh to officiate. Interment to follow at Mountain View Cemetery. Bill Clark of Alternatives Funeral and Cremation Services™ has been entrusted with the arrangements. As an expression of sympathy, donations may be made in her honour to the Alzheimer’s Society of BC or the BC Lung Association. You are invited to leave a personal message of condolence by visiting the family’s online register at www.myalternatives.ca. “Gone but not forgotten”

Labour leader got his start in Nelson

BY GREG NESTEROFF Nelson Star

B.C. labour leader Jack Munro, who died Friday at 82, started in the trade union movement in Nelson. While a welder and millwright at Kootenay Forest Products in the 1960s he joined the International Woodworkers of America and led interior members in a 224day strike. Later, as IWA president for almost 20 years, he became the craggy face of labour in the province. Despite — or perhaps because of — his reputation as a rabblerouser, in 1962 Munro was hired as an IWA business agent. Though responsible for the entire Kootenays, he felt more at home in the more-militant West Kootenay. Munro opposed a settlement for local workers that was less than their coastal counterparts. He narrowly lost that battle, but pledged it wouldn’t happen again. Munro became president of the Nelson-Trail and District Labour Council, a member of Notre Dame University’s advisory board, and joined the New Democratic Party. In 1966 he ran in Nelson-Creston against Social Credit incumbent Wes Black but lost. After the election, Munro returned to union activities with renewed determination to achieve wage parity and matching contract dates for the IWA’s interior members. Following intense negotiations, an industrial inquiry commissioner was appointed, but his recommendations were rejected and thousands of workers walked out in October 1967.

“It was a tough strike, long and bitter, but it was probably the single most important event that shaped me into the style of union leader that I am today,” Munro wrote in his autobiography “Union Jack.” It lasted seven and a half months. When Kootenay Forest Products planned to bring in strikebreakers, Munro led 150 workers in a march down Baker Street. “It was an amazing sight and gave us all a tremendous sense of purpose,” he said. The mill at Castlegar struck its own deal after 119 days, but the rest of the interior stayed out over the winter. The employers eventually relented on money but

not on contract expiry dates. Their offer was again overwhelmingly rejected, but a negotiated settlement followed shortly thereafter that brought workers within 14 cents of parity. “It was the most important strike in my life,” Munro recalled. “That strike completely changed me. I had 4,000 or 5,000 people really dependent on my decisions. They were giving up everything because of the decisions I was making.” After the strike ended in May 1968, Munro was elected third vice-president of the IWA and moved to Vancouver. He became president in 1973 and held the job until his retirement in 1992.

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y late father used to say that if he ever won the lottery, he would “farm until it’s all gone.” It was 1960 when he and my mother pulled up stakes in the Okanagan, where their families had been for generations, and moved north to carve a homestead out of a half section in the Peace River country. So it’s a mainly northern perspective that I bring to the latest debate over B.C.’s agricultural land reserve. A dialogue of the deaf has been going on for decades in B.C., where there are two separate realities in agriculture. The dominant voice is always from the southwest, from the Okanagan to the Fraser Valley to southern Vancouver Island. This is not only B.C.’s most productive land, it’s also the place of greatest population and development pressure, where

three million of the province’s four million residents live and more arrive every day. In the rest of the province, except for pockets that are attractive for recreational development, farming is a tough row to hoe. These days, people are more likely to be moving away. In our urbanized society, the loudest voices tend to be the least informed, from backyard-chicken hipsters to what I call “drive-by environmentalists,” who like to look out their car windows at green fields as they motor from their subdivisions to big-box stores. The elderly Sikhs and Mexican guest workers bent over in the fields don’t need their lofty lectures on “food security.” Voices from the rest of the province are seldom heard and quickly shouted down, as was the case at the recent Union of B.C. Municipalities convention in Vancouver.  

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FLETCHER B.C. Views

Merritt councillor Mike Goetz pleaded for relief from an Agricultural Land Commission that refuses to release a property that has “grown nothing but rocks and tumbleweeds for the last 100 years.” Similar property next door was released, but not this parcel, blocking a project for five years in a little town that could use the work and additional tax base. Urban sprawl isn’t a big problem in Merritt, which like many small towns is trying to hang onto its population.  Spallumcheen council-

lor Ed Hanoski described the situation beyond the towns, the real rural B.C. He proposed easing the restrictions on building a second home on farm properties. Currently, farmers can put a mobile home on their property for an elderly or infirm relative, but nothing with a permanent foundation. Once that relative moves or passes away, the home is supposed to be removed. Hanoski said a sewage system for such a residence costs around $12,000. Add the temporary foundation, skirting, well hookup, power, landscaping, driveway, and a mobile home that will lose its value if it has to be moved, and the property owner takes a loss of $150,000 or more. That’s why the removal rule is routinely ignored in rural B.C., Hanoski said. These second homes

are the only rental stock there is, providing modest income for marginal farms, and should be allowed permanent foundations. Motion defeated, after a scolding from a Sunshine Coast delegate about people lusting to build mansions on farmland. I asked Bill Bennett, the cabinet minister in charge of the latest agricultural land review, about a rumoured proposal to split the province into two zones with different rules. He declined to comment, but described the case of Fort Steele Farms, the East Kootenay community’s only market garden that almost closed because the next generation was initially refused permission for a second home. The two zones approach deserves serious consideration. Tom Fletcher is legislature reporter and columnist for Black Press and BCLocalNews.com


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There should be term limits for mayors

Trail mayors prepare for next year’s elections, really! (Local mayors weigh options with election a year away, Trail Times, Nov. 15) The same old faces who do not have the decency, the honour to step-down, get out of the way. Oh ... there is no one to take their place? No one wants the job? Rubbish. Everybody knows the system, the same cronies do not want any others to replace them, they get the votes from their cronies,

their pals and others who sheepishly vote for them over and over Mandatory term limits should be placed on all such positions, most of those politicians have worked at Teck and have full pensions and benefits. Their phony claims about serving is a joke. If there were no benefits, no pay, no gravy, none of them would run for office. Raymond Hughes Trail

Too early to declare deficit slain

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fter federal Finance Using the past fiscal year Minister Jim Flaherty as a baseline, Flaherty is unveiled his latest expecting total government financial plan last revenue to grow to $293.9 bilweek, much of the media hype lion in 2015-16 from $256.6 centred on the government’s billion in 2012-13 – a $37.3 larger than expected surplus billion increase. On an annual in 2015-16. Early chatter basis, the government anticiseemed to accept the govern- pates average revenue growth ment will deliver as promised of 4.6 per cent over the next and some declared its “con- three years including a sigservative assumptions” might nificant increase of 5.9 per allow for the deficit to be elim- cent in 2015-16 (incidentally inated even earlier. the year it slotted a $3.7 bilBut when we look beyond lion surplus). All told, this the headlines and represents a 14.5 “... put the understand how per cent jump in Flaherty is planrevenue over the champagne on ning to eliminate ice, it may be too period. the deficit, the These projecearly to declare potential risks to tions seem overly his plan become optimistic in light mission evident. The realof uncertain ecoaccomplished.” ity is, his plan nomic conditions. relies heavily on For perspective, strong revenue projections during a period of strong ecoand, for a government with nomic performance in Canada a lot riding on balancing the from 2002 to 2007, federal budget and delivering a sub- budgets did not forecast revstantial surplus to make good enue growth of that magnion major campaign commit- tude. ments, this leaves little wiggle For instance, Budget 2003 room. forecast average revenue Future reductions in rev- growth of 4.0 per cent; Budget enue could spell trouble for 2004, 3.3 per cent; Budget the government’s budget plan. 2005, 4.2 per cent; Budget So put the champagne on ice, 2006, 3.6 per cent; and Budget it may be too early to declare 2007, 3.5 per cent. mission accomplished. And the projections are Like we anticipated, of course prone to risk. The Flaherty’s financial update government’s own estimates decreased projections for eco- suggest that a one percentage nomic growth relative to his point decrease in inflationMarch budget. adjusted economic growth In just eight months, would increase the deficit by his projection for economic between $4 billion and $6 bilgrowth fell to 3.0 per cent lion due to lower revenues and (from 3.3 per cent) this year higher spending. and to 4.2 per cent (from 4.7 This risk is hardly insignifiper cent) next year. In princi- cant given the important role ple, the government’s capacity that robust revenue growth to raise revenue is linked to plays in the government’s plan economic growth. Yet, despite to eliminate the deficit. gloomier economic growth On the spending side, the projections, the government government estimates that is forecasting robust revenue total program spending will growth over the balanced grow to $259.4 billion in budget timeline. 2015-16 from $246.4 billion

in 2012-13. This represents 5.3 per cent growth in spending over the three year period. And, in the current year, it’s slated to grow by 2.9 per cent. Part of this increase is driven by unanticipated expenses related to the flooding in Alberta and the train disaster in Quebec. But even after accounting for these costs, total program spending is still projected to grow by 1.8 per cent this year. Here’s the important takeaway: spending is still growing and, in light of the risks to revenue projections, there’s room to scale it back. That would be the prudent course of action. To this end, Flaherty would be well-advised to continue searching for ways to more aggressively curb spending. Although his plan accounts for a two-year operating freeze and the potential sale of federal assets such as shares in General Motors and properties like Ridley Terminals in B.C., further action to reduce program spending would lower the risks associated with evolving economic conditions and place the government’s return to balance on more stable footing. Flaherty may indeed eliminate the deficit in 2015-16 as planned. We hope he does. But his plan as conceived still contains considerable risk that shouldn’t be ignored. More conservative revenue forecasts and lower program spending would reduce these risks and help to ensure he can deliver on his promise. In the meantime, it’s premature to declare mission accomplished. Sean Speer is Associate Director of Fiscal Studies and Charles Lammam is Resident Scholar in Economic Policy at the Fraser Institute. Column is courtesy of Troy Media

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BY ARNE PETRYSHEN Cranbrook Townsman

The City of Cranbrook  is in the process of settling a lawsuit regarding the fluoridation of Cranbrook’s drinking water. While the city couldn’t comment on the details as it is a legal matter being dealt with by the city’s legal counsel, the city could confirm that a settlement was in the works. Kevin Millership first brought

the class action lawsuit forward in August. The suit sought damages for fluorosis caused by the city’s fluoridation program that’s been in place since 1967. “The City of Cranbrook, through our legal counsel, is in discussion with Mr. Millership regarding his legal action and we are working together to come to a settlement,” said Chris Zettel, the city’s corporate communication officer.

Millership said that he has asked the city to hold a referendum in November 2014, with a process of education and consultation leading up to the referendum. The city couldn’t confirm whether the settlement included those stipulations or not. The last time the city held a referendum on the issue was whether or not to fluoridate the water back in 1966. The referendum passed

and the municipality began adding fluoride the next year. But the frequency of municipal fluoridation in B.C. has dropped  since the 1990s. Cranbrook is one of only seven communities in the province that has continued to add fluoride to the water. The other communities are Fort Saint John, Prince George, Prince Rupert, Sparwood and Terrace.

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BY TIMES STAFF later on a B.V. power D e f e n c e m a n play to give the Hawks Fraser Stang emerged the lead, but Princeton as the overtime would storm back hero for the Beaver with two late goals by Valley Nitehawks on Eric Kubis and Kraig Saturday, conLeochko verting a pass who scored from Dallas with just Calvin at 1:03 four seconds of the extra on the clock frame to give to give the the Hawks a Posse a 3-2 come-fromlead headbehind viced into the tory over the third. Princeton Michael Posse in Bell would FRASER STANG Princeton. net his 11th The Posse’s on the season Eric Schmidt opened on a nice set up from the scoring on the Taylor Stafford to tie power play after the the game at 8:39,  and Hawks Mitch Foyle was the Hawks would sent off for tripping. throw everything they The score would stay had at Huff, but could 1-0 in the first period not beat him until despite firing 14 shots Stang’s marker in OT. B.V. outshot the at the Princeton goalie Spencer Huff. But at Posse 40 to 29 with 13:19 of the second the Brett Clark getting the Hawks finally found win for the Hawks. Beaver Valley next the answer when Kyle Hope netted a short- hosts the Columbia Valley Rockies on handed goal to tie it. Calvin would cap- Friday at 7:30 p.m. at italize two minutes the Hawks’ Nest.

Trail Smoke Eater defenceman Cody Bardock rips home the winning overtime goal against the Salmon Arm SilverBacks Saturday at the Cominco Arena, as the Smokies went on to take a pair of 3-2 games against the ‘Backs and Nanaimo Clippers on the weekend. their games, and were Redmond making big already pitched in with him with a tap in. Smoke Eater playing hard for each pad saves off of Valik four goals in 10 matchThe goalies shut the defence key in other, and the results Chichkin and Adam es for the Smokies. door from then on with “I’ll take it I guess, Nikkel making several OT victory over speak for themselves.” Wheeldon, and Trail Defenceman Cody goalie Dustin Nikkel it’s not my game but big saves and stopping SilverBacks Bardock netted his replying by robbing apparently lately it is, 39 shots, including 15 BY JIM BAILEY second game-winning Evan Anderson on the it’s been a good treat.” in the third and seven Times Sports Editor goal in as many nights doorstep with a great The Smokies held in OT, while Redmond Music blaring on the power play with glove save. Bardock the lead all weekend as blocked 38 on the from the Trail Smoke just  under a minute too almost ended it Pears put the orange night. Eaters’ dressing room into the second over- in the last minute of and black on the board Deschenes was following a dramatic time period. regulation, rifling a first with a power-play happy with the solid 3-2 overtime win BCHL lead- bullet from the blue goal at 4:53. defensive effort and against Salmon Arm ing scorer Landon line that ricochetted The high-scoring even more so with the Saturday night was a Smith  was  sent off the crossbar and Backs’ trio of Smith, “D” stepping up in the BY TIMES STAFF loud indication that off for interference for into the stands. Alex Gillies, and offensive zone as well. Trail native Jamie Vlanich returned to the Smokie coach and hauling down Jake “I had to make Anderson would com“I don’t look at shot KIJHL’s Nelson Leafs Friday following a brief GM Nick Deschenes Kauppila in the offen- it up after that one. bine to tie it 1-1 90 totals so much as our stint with the BCHL Langley Rivermen. has the team back on sive zone at the 4:53 Everyone was bugging second later. But Scott offensive zone presUpon his return, Vlanich wasted no time in track. mark of the first over- me on the bench,” Davidson would put sure and scoring chancontributing netting six points on the weekend, The Smoke Eaters tim. The ensuing 4-on- added Bardock who the Smokies up 2-1 by ces,” said Deschenes. in a 7-4 win over Princeton Posse Friday and a counted all four 3 power play carried has been a solid addi- banging in a Joel Webb “But we’re executing 6-5 victory over the Osoyoos Coyotes Saturday. points on the week- over into the second tion on the back rebound through the in the offensive zone His prolific output, which included a goal end with a 3-2 win extra frame where end since coming to legs of Redmond at and playing a little bit and three assists against Osoyoos, launched over the Nanaimo Bardock took a cross- the team from the 16:17 of the opening better structure so it’s Vlanich into fourth spot in overall league Clippers Friday, and ice pass from Braden Alberta Junior Hockey frame. giving us more offenscoring with 13 goals and 30 assists in just 17 the OT victory over Pears and wired a blast League’s Sherwood Smith would notch sive opportunities. It’s games. Interior-division rival from the left face-off Park Crusaders last his second of the game a by-product when our Linemates Travis Wellman and Alec SilverBacks Saturday dot over the shoulder month. The six-foot- and 20th of the season defencemen shoot the Wilkinson also reaped the rewards of Vlanich’s night at the Cominco of SilverBack goal- five defenceman net- to tie it at 13:34 of puck, and if we can return scoring five and six points respectively in Arena, bringing the ie Angus Redmond ted just one goal in the second period after have that happen we’ll the two matches. incumbent head to send the Smokie 12 games for the a perfect cross-crease have success.” The 20-year-old Vlanich played in two games coach’s record to 3-2-1 crowd into delirium. Crusaders, but has dish from Gillies left See XXX, Page 12 for the Rivermen picking up an assist. since taking over last It was the Lethbridge month. native’s third goal in “I’m really happy the last four games. for these guys,” said “I just threw it on Deschenes. “We do net, we were told to all our work in the switch after the faceObserve GSi5 250-364-2825 middle of the week off, so I just threw it and they perform on on net and it ended 8137 Old Waneta Road Improved Microbit “studless” technology for Save up to At participating TRAIL BC the weekends so it’s up going in,” said stores $80 on select added grip on slippery surfaces oktire.com a well-deserved four- Bardock. sets of point weekend against Both teams had Designed to handle the toughest of winter conditions 4 Toyo Tires two good teams. 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Heart and Soul Tae Kwon Do awarded 10 students with an orange belt upon completion of testing at the new dojo in Fruitvale last month. Above, back row from left: Norm Macready, Jeremy Nyman, Riley Russell, Master Jakki, Matt Jinkerson, and Denise Uribe. Front: Kobe Wandler, TJ Murdoch, Landin Walts, Billy Johnson. Photo below, back row from left: Riley Russell, Master Jakki, Matt Jinkerson; middle row: Madysson Weatherford, Ronan Kelly, Jenna Milburn, Mason Weatherford; front row: Brooklyn Demoskoff, Caidie Macready.

Interior Division GP W L T OTL GF GA Pt Vernon 25 13 6 2 4 85 77 32 Merritt 26 15 9 1 1 83 69 32 Penticton 22 14 5 1 2 80 54 31 Salmon Arm 25 13 8 1 3 90 76 30 West Kelowna 23 13 8 0 2 80 73 28 Trail 26 7 16 2 1 63 105 17 Island Division GP W L T OTL GF GA Pt Powell River 22 17 4 0 1 89 52 35 Victoria 25 15 7 2 1 86 68 33 Nanaimo 25 13 11 0 1 80 74 27 Cowichan 27 11 15 0 1 73 94 23 Alberni Valley 26 5 17 2 2 73 115 14 Mainland Division GP W L T OTL GF GA Pt Prince George 26 14 8 2 2 77 65 32 Langley 25 14 8 1 2 80 71 31 Coquitlam 23 10 11 0 2 93 90 22 Surrey 26 10 15 1 0 85 102 21 Chilliwack 24 6 15 1 2 70 102 15 Note: Any win is worth two points; a team losing in overtime or shootout receives one point which is registered in the OTL column. Sunday’s results Merritt 3 Nanaimo 1 Vernon 5 Cowichan Valley 1 Victoria 4 Coquitlam 3 Saturday’s results Chilliwack 6 Coquitlam 1 Nanaimo 5 Penticton 3 Powell River 5 Alberni Valley 0 Surrey 2 Prince George 1 Trail 3 Salmon Arm 2 (OT) Victoria 7 Langley 5 West Kelowna 4 Cowichan Valley 3

KIJHL Kootenay Conference Eddie Mountain Division GP W L T OL GF GA Creston 22 14 8 0 0 122 90 Fernie 21 11 9 0 1 82 71 Kimberley 22 10 11 1 0 68 71 Col. Valley 24 8 11 3 2 77 102 Golden 23 6 15 0 2 66 94 Neil Murdoch Division GP W L T OL GF GA Nelson 22 17 1 1 3 109 66 B.V. 21 14 5 1 1 84 64 Castlegar 24 11 9 1 3 80 92 Grand Forks 19 8 8 2 1 68 70 Spokane 23 7 13 0 3 59 84 Okanagan/Shushwap Conference Doug Birks Division GP W L T OL GF GA Kamloops 24 19 5 0 0 114 78 100 Mile 24 12 9 0 3 73 81 Chase 23 11 10 0 2 83 81 Sicamous 23 9 9 0 2 61 72 Revelstoke 23 7 14 0 2 68 106 Okanagan Division GP W L T OL GF GA Kelowna 24 17 6 0 1 103 72 Osoyoos 24 13 11 0 0 89 76 Summerland 23 11 10 1 1 78 69 N. Okanagan 21 9 11 0 1 57 82 Princeton 22 7 12 0 3 75 95

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Neil Murdoch Division Results Sunday Games Columbia Valley Rockies 4 Spokane Braves 2 Saturday Games Nelson 6 Osoyoos 5 Beaver Valley 4 Princeton 3 OT Summerland 4 Grand Forks 2 Spokane 3 Golden 2

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FROM PAGE 11 The tension reached its crescendo when Trail was called for too-many-men at 1:55 of the first OT. The ‘Backs pressured, but timely saves from Nikkel and great work from the Smoke Eater penalty killers, including a spectacular play by Jesse Knowler in the waning seconds of the PK, lunging in desperation to break up a dangerous 2-on-1, preserved the victory. In Friday’s game versus the Clippers, Bardock netted the winner at 8:19 of the third period to give the Smokies a 3-1 lead. Smoke Eater AP Connor Gross scored his first goal in his first match as a Smokie to open the scoring at 14:56 of the first. Gross and Jackson Purvis of coach Deschenes’ former team, the Grand Forks Border Bruins, suited up for the game as APs.

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‘Thor’ wins battle of sequels THE ASSOCIATED PRESS NEW YORK - In an unlikely battle of sequels, “Thor: The Dark World” bested “The Best Man Holiday” at the box office. Disney’s “Thor: The Dark World” continued its box-office reign with $38.5 million in its second week of release, according to studio estimates Sunday. Opening 15 years after the original “The Best Man,” Universal’s “The Best Man Holiday” opened strongly with $30.6 million. Drawing an overwhelmingly female and African-American audience, “The Best Man Holiday” was a surprise challenger for the mighty “Thor.” Expected to be one of the year’s biggest debuts, Lionsgate’s “Catching Fire” will abruptly close the box-office window for “Thor” next weekend. “Catching Fire” opened in Brazil over the weekend, earning $6.3 million.

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Bipolar wife may be emotionally abusive Mailbox

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Marie might do. She has threatened to destroy his life if he ever leaves her. Her threats are real. While we do not condone his cheating, the family has witnessed his painful marriage. What can we do? -- Brother to Brother Dear Brother: Marie should not be allowing her bipolar disease to control her behavior. It would help if your brother could get her to see a doctor and find a medication that works for her. If she refuses and your brother is truly afraid to leave because of her threats, this would be considered emotional abuse. Suggest that he contact

Dear Party: We are confused by the words “hosting a party” when the guests are paying for everything. Nonetheless, your brother can have the party of his choosing in the location he prefers, and you get to decide whether or not to attend. Determine how important it is for you to be there. If your brother would be hurt by your absence, please go if you can afford to do so. Dear Annie: This is for “Searching for Answers,” whose wife of 11 years doesn’t want sex. She works in a profession, maintains a home, runs five miles a day to keep herself in shape and is raising three young kids. I’d like to offer him my insight of 73 years, 46 of which have been spent married to my wonderful wife. Sex is like the frosting on a cake. It tops off a good thing. But frosting without the cake is not satisfying. Those

who marry in order to have an easy source of sex should work out some other way to satisfy their needs. A marriage where sex is the prime motivation will become tedious and dull or will not last. Marriage consists of many things, some

good, some bad. It is living day to day in a quiet routine. It means that you have a close companion with whom you can share a sunset. Think before you throw in the towel on your marriage and give up the cake for the frosting. -- An Old Guy

Who’s Been There Annie’s Mailbox is written by Kathy Mitchell and Marcy Sugar, longtime editors of the Ann Landers column. Please email your questions to anniesmailbox@comcast.net, or write to: Annie’s Mailbox, c/o

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the Domestic Abuse Helpline for Men and Women (dahmw.org) at 1-888-7HELPLINE. Dear Annie: My older brother will be 60 this year, and he and his friends are hosting a group party in another state. His entire family lives here, including his son. That means for the majority of the guests, attending will include travel and hotel expenses. I am fine with that. What I don’t get is that this event isn’t offering any meals. That means dinner is on us, and we will have to pay for drinks at the party. I think this is just plain wrong. We are a small family and very close. I have invited my brother to numerous dinners here over the years. I suggested that we celebrate his birthday with a family dinner at my house, and he said, “That is not going to happen.” I don’t know what to think. -- Party Pooper, Santa Cruz

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Dear Annie: My sister-in-law, “Marie,” has been diagnosed as bipolar, but doesn’t take any medication. For 25 years, it has caused serious trouble. Marie is a spiteful, evil, controlling human being. You can’t find a single person in town with a kind word to say about her. Her own daughters try to keep their distance. My brother is afraid to leave her and instead seeks the company of other women. He’s had many affairs during their marriage. All of the men he works with are aware of this and even encourage it because they see how awful his wife is. As brothers, we were always close, but Marie has managed to sever our relationship. My brother is not a healthy man. He works extra hours in order to stay away from home. His latest girlfriend is a beautiful, kind, sweet woman. He adores her, but is afraid of what

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YourByhoroscope Francis Drake For Wednesday, Nov. 20, 2013 ARIES (March 21 to April 19) You will see new arrangements for how to deal with shared property, taxes or debt. You also can fund raise or attract money from others. TAURUS (April 20 to May 20) This is a good day to sit down with someone and discuss how you can improve the relationship. You’re ready to see the man behind the curtain. GEMINI (May 21 to June 20) This is a good day to introduce reforms and improvements at work. Similarly, you might discover reforms and improvements to your own health. Great! CANCER (June 21 to July 22) Discussions related to sports, the care and maintenance of children, show business, the entertainment world and anything to do

Friday, November 15, 2013 Trail Times

with the hospitality industry will be meaningful today. You want to get to the bottom of things to make them better. LEO (July 23 to Aug. 22) Family discussions will be intense but productive today. You might come up with improvements to areas related to laundry, plumbing, garbage and recycling. “Clean the place up!” VIRGO (Aug. 23 to Sept. 22) Because you have such a penetrating mind today, you’ll be able to spot a phony a mile away. You’ll also be convincing and persuasive. Oh boy. LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) You might see new ways of making money or new uses and applications for something you already own. Why? You’re resourceful! SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) Today you’re attracted to mystery and puzzles.

Basically, you want to know secrets or the subtext of things. “What’s really going on here?” SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dec. 21) This is a classic day to do research of any kind. You’ll be like a dog with a bone. You will leave no stone unturned until you find what you’re looking for. (Expect results.) CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 19)

You’ll be persuasive and effective in dealing with groups today. However, if someone pushes you the wrong way, you’ll set them straight in a New York minute. Oops. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20 to Feb. 18) Be careful talking to authority figures today, because you might come on a bit too strong, especially if you think you’re right. There’s no point in winning

the argument if you lose the war. PISCES (Feb. 19 to March 20) This is a powerful day to study or explore new ideas. It’s also a strong day to work out differences in publishing, the media, medicine and the law. Others will listen to you. YOU BORN TODAY You are rebellious and controversial. Perhaps this is because despite your won-

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Now Hiring Full Time Cooks & Drivers Full time day and evening shifts (no students) Must provide own reliable vehicle and cell phone Also willing to do light cleaning and customer service Hourly wages plus gas allowance and gratuities Apply with references at Panago Pizza #103-1199 Bay Ave, Trail Not between 4pm-7pm

Trades, Technical Automotive Journeyman Mechanic required in Kamloops Mon-Fri Send resume to service@valleyviewauto motive.com (250) 372-7333 HEAVY EQUIPMENT Technicians required for work in Fort McMurray. If you are interested in a balanced schedule, competitive wages and benefits please send your resume to: hr@gladiatorequipment.com or fax to 1-780-986-7051. JOURNEYMAN AUTOMOTIVE Service Technician(s) in Hanna Alberta. Hanna Chrysler Ltd. offers competitive wages from $32/hour, negotiable depending on experience. Bright, modern shop. Full-time permanent with benefits. Friendly town just 2 hours from major urban centres. More info at: hannachrylser.ca. Fax 403-854-2845; Email: chrysler@telusplanet.net.

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Pets Free Cats to good home. Young black male & small young black female. No scratching. 250-368-9731

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Misc. for Sale Moved to condo, must sell large teak dining room set, 6 chairs, hutch, side board. $400. 250-362-9520

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The School District is seeking applications from qualified persons for the On-Call List in the following area: Bus Drivers: • Valid Class 2 driver’s license with Air endorsement • Valid Survival First Aid Certificate • Annual medical examination to be completed each September General Qualifications: • Grade 12 or equivalent • Valid WHMIS Certificate • Valid Class 5 Driver’s License For full position details including qualifications please refer to the Careers with SD20 section of our website at www.sd20.bc.ca. Salary will be in accordance with CUPE Local 1285 Collective Agreement. Completed district applications (available on the district web site or at our office) should be sent to Mrs. Marcy VanKoughnett, Director of Human Resources, School District #20 (KootenayColumbia), Suite 120, 1290 Esplanade, Trail, B. C. V1R 4T2 (Fax: 250-364-2470) by Wednesday, December 4, 2013 @ 12:00 Noon. Please submit electronic applications to: hr@sd20.bc.ca. It is understood that applicants agree to confidential reference checks of all previous employers. We appreciate your interest but regret that only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

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Sunningdale $189,000 AN KE R MAOFFE

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Bella Vista, Shavers Bench Townhomes. N/S, N/P. 2-3 bdrms. Phone 250.364.1822

NICE 3-bdr twnhse, Glenmerry, 850$/m, util. extra, recent renos, serious tenants only, shannon.miko@gmail.com

SIMMONS double bed set, like new $250.; Treadmill $75.; new ceiling fan/lights $50. 250-367-7603

STEEL BUILDING - The great super sale! 20x20 $4,070. 25x26 $4,879. 30x32 $6,695. 32x40 $8,374. 35x38 $9,540. 40x50 $12,900. One end wall included. Pioneer Steel 1-800668-5422. or visit us online at: www.pioneersteel.ca

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TRIDEM WATER truck and 2007 10x30 QA shack. 2004 WS 4900 SA 120 barrel with only 115,000 kilometers. Preemissions. Recent CV. Maintenance records available. 403-340-9328.

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PLACER GOLD Claim, Sheep Creek, Salmo. Must sell health reasons. $1,500. or make offer. Phone 250-367-6459 for more information.

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The family of RESIDENT SERVICE Joseph Rocco Catalano TECHNICIAN

Inland Kenworth Parker Pacific Cranbrook BC has an opening for a We would like to express our thanks to Rosewood Village, aids RESIDENT EQUIPMENT FIELD nurses, SERVICEcare TECHNICIAN and other support staff who cared so compassionately for Joe during his FOR THE WEST KOOTENAY AREA stay, especially during his last days. We would like to give our special thanks to for of her help A fully Anita stockedCivitarese Service Truck is all provided with thisand position. love during Joe’s stay. Technician mustalso have like ability work unsupervised We would totothank the Trail Hospice Society, the Colombo Lodge, the is Royal Canadian Legion, work Meridyth and responsible for submitting hours. Robertson and Al from Alternatives Funeral &wage Cremation Services the Competitive and benefit packagefor offered. kindness and guidance you showed us during this difficult time. Fax or e-mail resume to Russ Grainger Nora, Toni, Teri and Chris and our families Fax: 250-426-6122 Email: rgrainger@inland-group.com

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W.TRAIL, 2bd., tiny yard, suitable for small dog, 1blk. to shopping and bus. $695./mo. 250-368-6075

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would like to sincerely thank all the family, friends and neighbours for their support in the loss of Joe. Thank you for the phone calls, cards, emails, visits, charitable donations, food trays, baking and flowers.

2 bdrm house for rent on Lerose St. Trail. Pets ok with deposit. $650 plus utilities. References required. Call Dave 250-362-7021. CASTLEGAR - 2 Bdrm, dbl carport private. NS/NP. 2 mins from DT. $900/mth + utilities. No pets, Available Immediately 304-8185 or 365-6471 Castlegar 3 Bdrm house close to schools & shopping, family only N/P, N/S, $1200/mth + $600 damage deposit, refer reqd 250-368-6145 CRAWFORD Bay House Rental, 3.5 bdrm, dbl garage, new appliances, $1200 + utilities (rent negot. for upkeep) 250365-1005 EAST TRAIL house, 2 bedroom plus. No pets, no smoking. Util. not incl.250-231-1394 SHAVERS BENCH, 4 beds, 5 appl, shop, ns, no pets, fully fenced. Nov.1. Call Beth 250368-8596 TRAIL, 4bdrm, 2bath, close to Glenmerry school, $1200/mo. plus utilities. 250-368-3142. TRAIL: Shavers Bench sm 1 Bdr. furn. house, util. & cable incl. for mature quiet single. n/s.n/p $575/mo 250-368-9291

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Rossland, $69,900

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$139,000

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Rossland $135,000

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Rossland $249,000

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Trail, $125,000

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Trail $42,000

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$99,000

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Rossland $320,000

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$189,900 Beaver Falls $299,500

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OOTENAY HOMES INC. The Local K1358 Cedar Avenue, Trail 250.368.8818 ™ www.kootenayhomes.com Experts www.century21.ca Ron & Darlene Your STING NEW LI

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We Sell Great Homes!

STING NEW LI

1213 Primrose Street, Trail 2304 - 11th Avenue, Castlegar

$225,000

650 - 9th Avenue, Montrose

956 Spokane Street, Trail

$295,000

$203,900

Investment opportunity! Solid downtown commercial / residential building with long-term tenants. 3 year commercial lease offers an excellent and stable return. Call Tonnie (250) 365-9665

This townhouse is fully renovated and offers carefree low maintenance living. Favored end unit. Fully fenced back yard. Xeriscape landscaping with a small veggie garden. Carport and paved driveway. The inside of this great home is inspiring. Complete new kitchen, bamboo flooring,and new bathrooms.

Wonderfully updated home with 4 beds, 2.5 baths, new roof and more.

1734 Noran Street, Trail

531 Turner Street, Warfield

for more info.

Call Deanne (250) 231-0153

3 bdrm Kinnaird home with mountain views. Featuring bright and functional kitchen, covered sundeck, easy maintenance yard, and carport. See it today!

NEW BUILD! 4 bdrm 2 bath home! Fully fenced yard, shop, shed, rebuilt from foundation up! Perfect opportunity to own a new home without having to pay GST!

Call Terry A. 250-231-1101

Call Tonnie (250) 365-9665

$167,888

940 9th Avenue, Montrose

$209,500

Ron 368-1162 Darlene 231-0527

At the end of 9th Ave - location is fantastic. One level living. Tastefully redone. Wonderful easy care landscaping. Garage with custom workshop. Great floorplan and spacious deck. Marvelous first home or retirement package. Make sure you check it out.

OPEN HOUSE

Saturday, November 23

10am - 12noon 85 Forsythia Drive, Fruitvale

STING NEW LI

$310,000 $219,000

Spacious 4 bedroom, 2 bath, character home Over 2900 sq ft of space with newer windows, upgraded plumbing and Call Jodi electrical panel. There is plenty of parking 250-231-2331 accessed through the back alley. Relax or Christine and/or entertain outside under the large 250-512-7653 covered patio. This is a very special home!

1741 - 3rd Avenue, Rossland

$449,000

This 4 plex is a must see! Immaculate 4-2 bdrm units that have been impeccably maintained and renovated. Each unit is approx. 950 sq ft, separately metered, have washers/dryers, hot water tanks and all appliances. 4 covered parking spaces with storage lockers, large .21 acre lot, brand new roof over carports and newer roof on the building. Great rental income!

2148 Daniel Street, Trail

8327 Highway 3B, Trail 2266 - 6th Avenue, Trail

$519,000

Built in 2009, this compact charmer is perfect for single, couple or empty nesters that want modern open concept, low maintenance living. Home features vaulted ceilings, heated garage, private yard and comes with New Home Warranty. Call now before its gone.

$164,900

4 bdrm home on a quiet street! Home offers good sized kitchen, large shop (20 x 22), low maintenance exterior and flat fenced lot. Quick possession possible. Call today!

Stunning package! This home features Brazilian Cherry hardwood floors, a great floor plan, and amazing mountain views. The home is well maintained and filled with light. The yard is completely private and features an inground swimming pool!

Call Deanne (250) 231-0153

Call Mary M (250) 231-0264

Call Mary M (250) 231-0264

112 - 4th Street, Salmo

$150,000

$109,000

3 bdrm heritage home with stunning river views. Featuring oak and fir hardwood floors, original kitchen cabinets, fireplace, beautiful solid wood doors and windows. Tons of storage including a root cellar for all your canning and dry goods. If you are looking for that special home this is it! Call you REALTOR® today.

Excellent investment opportunity as a rental property, or locate your business here and live upstairs. Retail and Residential space in a great location. This is an opportunity you don’t want to miss. Call your REALTOR® today for your personal viewing.

Call Christine (250) 512-7653

Call Art (250) 368-8818

Call Christine (250) 512-7653

$189,000

STING NEW LI

9480 Station Road, Trail 1501 - 2nd Avenue, Trail

$209,000

$599,000

1257 Birch Avenue, Trail

$119,000

269 Railway Lane, Trail

High traffic corner location. Currently has 3 long term tenants. There is also a second floor which has been used as offices but was initially a 2 bedroom apartment that can be quite easily turned back to an apartment.

Super location- flat street and easy flat access to this 3 bdrm/1 bath home. Has garage and carport for great off-street parking. Remodeled open floor plan with new flooring, paint, appliances & windows. Move in ready and quick possession is possible. Call today!

Value Here! 4 bedroom. 2 bathroom home with modern decor - this family home has 2200 sq. ft. of living space - finished on both floors - call for your viewing.

Call Richard (250) 368-7897

Call Mark (250) 231-5591

Call Mark (250) 231-5591

$157,000

COLUMBIA GARDENS HOBBY FARM! Excellent spacious home situated in a park like surrounding with gardens and fruit trees. The shop, barn, fenced dog run with kennel, provide numerous opportunities to get away from the everyday challenges. There is ample space to handle several horses as well. Call today!

Call Richard (250) 368-7897

WE CAN SELL YOUR HOME. NOBODY HAS THE RESOURCES WE DO! Tonnie Stewart

Cell: 250-365-9665

ext 33

tonniestewart@shaw.ca www.kootenayhomes.com

Darlene Abenante ext 23 Cell: 250.231.0527

darlene@hometeam.ca www.kootenayhomes.com

Christine Albo

Cell: 250-512-7653

ext 39

christine.albo@century21.ca www.kootenayhomes.com

Art Forrest

ext 42

c21art@telus.net www.kootenayhomes.com

Mary Martin

Cell: 250-231-0264

ext 28

mary.martin@century21.ca www.kootenayhomes.com

Terry Alton

Cell: 250-231-1101

ext 48

terryalton@shaw.ca www.kootenayhomes.com

Jodi Beamish

Cell: 250-231-2331

ext 51

jodi.beamish@century21.ca www.kootenayhomes.com

Ron Allibone

Cell: 250-368-1162

ext 45

ron@hometeam.ca www.kootenayhomes.com

Richard Daoust

Cell: 250-368-7897

ext 24

richard.daoust@century21.ca www.kootenayhomes.com

Deanne Lockhart ext 41 Cell: 250-231-0153

deannelockhart@shaw.ca www.kootenayhomes.com

Mark Wilson

Cell: 250-231-5591

ext 30

mark.wilson@century21.ca www.kootenayhomes.com

Terry Mooney

Cell: 250-442-6777

terry.mooney@century21.ca www.kootenayhomes.com


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