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The Grade 7 class at Silver Creek Elementary helped Hope Community Services sort fruit and vegetables for Christmas hampers last Tuesday. This year, 352 hampers were handed out in the Hope and Boston Bar area, up from 320 in 2012.
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Firefighters standby after extinguishing a fire inside a portable trailer at the corner of Nelson and Raab streets on Dec. 18.
Two local 14-year-old males have been arrested in connection with three fires last Wednesday. The first incident took place at about 6 a.m. on a property across from Memorial Park on Fourth Avenue. The fire started in a garage in between an abandoned house and neighbouring office/residential building. Both structures were destroyed in the fire, displacing a business and a resident living in the upstairs unit. Later that morning, an
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employee at Hope Arena notified police that two plastic bins had been set on fire outside the rink and the back door of the Curling Club had been spray painted. The fire managed to extinguish itself before causing any further damage. While firefighters were still putting out hot spots underneath the debris on Fourth Avenue, the fire department and RCMP were called to a third fire at the corner of Nelson and Raab streets at about 4 p.m. Smoke was seen billowing from a portable trailer on the property when crews arrived on scene. Firefighters quickly knocked down the flames inside the structure and contained the fire to one unit. “Before the third fire, we were already on the trail of one of the individuals,” said Staff Sgt. Suki Manj. “We believe one of the youth was involved in three of the fires, and the second was only involved in the last one. Witnesses provided a description of the two individuals and we located and arrested them that night.” Police have recommended charges of arson and mischief for one youth, and arson for the other.
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Maclynne Bourquin (middle), executive director of Hope Community Services, picks up toy and food donations collected between October and December, as well as a $1,264.70 cheque for the food bank, from Envision Financial last week. Assistant branch manager Ruby Rempel (left) and Adrianna Riddell, from The Full Cupboard leadership team at the Hope branch, were on hand for the presentation. The Full Cupboard program was established earlier this year to raise food, funds and awareness about the critical issue of hunger in the communities where Envision Financial operates.
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Kathleen Alexis has stepped up as acting president of the Hope & District Chamber of Commerce. She took over the position earlier this month after former president Glen Ogren stepped down for personal reasons. “There’s some medical issues that I want to get under control, which necessitated me stepping back and taking a less stressful role in the Chamber,” said Ogren, adding that he does plan to remain a board director. “It’s been challenging at times, but overall it’s been very rewarding. I appreciate people putting their trust in me over the last couple years to be the voice of the Chamber.” Ogren points out that during his two-
year term the board’s direction has been more business-focused through initiatives like the Idea Exchange and business seminars. He’s also been involved with the Chamber website redesign, community branding initiative, bringing the intermunicipal business licence program to Hope, and working on coordinating highway incident management for faster response times to accidents. Alexis will stay on as acting president until the next Chamber AGM and has already identified key areas to focus on. In addition to organizing events for the new year, she plans to work more closely with the B.C. Chamber of Commerce on issues that affect businesses locally and provincewide. Alexis also wants to
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organ that has acetaldehyde dehydrogenase, the enzyme that breaks down alcohol. It does this job well at the rate of one standard drink per hour. Just a reminder, a standard drink is 12 oz of beer, 5 oz of wine or 1.5 oz of spirits. Had your Àu shot yet? It’s not too late. Have your children inoculated too. Remember, you can’t catch the Àu from the Àu shot. The more people who get the Àu shot, the less the virus will be spread.
Coconut water has gotten much publicity lately. It is made from the clear water inside the coconut, not the coconut Àesh from which we get coconut milk. Coconut water does contain some potassium (about 200mg per 100ml), is low in sodium and calories and contains primarily water which keeps you hydrated. All the staff of our pharmacy send our best wishes to you all for a happy, healthy and safe holiday season.
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A big THANK YOU to the generous Hope businesses who sponsored me in the 2013 Big White Winter Rally, Dec. 7-8. Driving a '06 Yaris owned by Larry Louie of Vancouver, my co-driver Leanne Junnila of Calgary and I achieved First Place victory in 2 wheel drive class. Mobil 1 Lube Express Hope-Sign Crafters Kal Tire Canyon Shell -Taisto Heinonen
Welcome the new year Greek style Opa! Ring in the new year with a three-course dinner at Olympic Flame Greek Kouzina & Grill. The New Year’s Eve event features belly dancing, door prizes, and a chance to win a trip for two to Las Vegas. “It will be a lot of fun,” said owner Christos Efthimiopoulos, who runs the restaurant with his wife Olga. “Enjoy the food, drinks, entertainment and welcome the new year.” The Efthimiopoulos’ opened Olympic Flame Greek Kouzina & Grill in April, after running a restaurant in Agassiz for several years. They not only liked the community as a whole, but saw Hope as a good place to build a business. The Efthimiopoulos’ strive to provide authentic Greek cuisine in a welcoming atmosphere. New menu items are also added on a regular basis to give people different dishes to try. The restaurant is open regularly Tuesday to Sunday, from 4-10 p.m. The New Year’s Eve event kicks off at 8 p.m. on Dec. 31 and costs $55 per person. A limited number of tickets will be sold. To reserve, call 604-860-0800. Olympic Flame Greek Kouzina & Grill is lo-
Olga and Christos Efthimiopoulos of Olympic Flame Greek Kouzina & Grill are hosting a special New Year’s Eve event.
cated at 904 Old Hope Princeton Way. • There are several other New Year’s Eve parties in Hope this year. Joe’s at 293 Wallace Street is hosting a “One Bite & Drink Dinner” from 6-9 p.m. For $40 per person, you can enjoy a variety of gourmet small bites and a glass of sparkling wine. Call 604-860-0822
to reserve a seat. The party at the Hope Legion Hall (344 Fort St.) starts at 8 p.m. It will feature live entertainment by “The Hong Kong Cowboy,” door prizes and a midnight light lunch. Tickets are $20 per person and are available from the Legion Hall. For more information, call 604-869-5465.
Another celebration will be at the Eagles Hall (386 Fort St.) featuring Aaron Halliday as “Almost Alan,” performing the hits of Alan Jackson. Doors open at 8 p.m. and for $20 per person or $35 per couple, you can enjoy dinner, party favours and champagne at midnight. To reserve call 604869-2560 or 604-869-7501.
Fatality on the Coquihalla Highway Hope Search and Rescue was called out to an accident on the Coquihalla Highway, 15 kilometres north of old toll booth, on Dec. 18 at about 4 p.m.
The team was advised that one person was possibly trapped and another had been ejected from the vehicle. When they arrived on scene, members found out
there was a casualty. After the coroner investigation was complete, the team brought the driver’s body up a 15-foot embankment. With changing winter con-
ditions on the highways, Hope Search and Rescue reminds residents to check the weather prior to leaving, carry a winter kit, and drive according to road conditions.
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Hope senior Mustang Phoebe Nickerson tries to slow down alumnus Richelle Willick during the annual alumni game on Tuesday night. Anchored by two players who played for Hope Secondary well before the turn of the century, the grad team showed the high school girls that they can still get it done, with a decisive 70-26 win.
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“Even though they beat us, we felt their support.” When a game can be played with smiles on many faces — and hugs after the match is over, you can see the true meaning of sport. Such was the case at the annual alumni games, last Tuesday night at Hope Secondary. Senior girls’ head coach, Jeff Kuhn, said that even though the grads whomped his team soundly, “They were very encouraging to our team. The girls had fun and I think we used it as a good learning experience. “This was my first alumni game and it was a lot of fun,” said Kuhn. “We were missing three players who, if they were there, would have made it a bit more competitive. There have been a lot of good players come through Hope and when you put them on one team, they are a force to be reckoned with.” School vice-principal Tammy Nazarchuk and Carmen Mitchell, who were Hope Mustangs in the 1980s, made use of their height advantage under the basket and Richelle Willick’s 13 points — and Hannah Sauvé’s 12 helped pace the grads to a 70-26 win. Morgann Steeves, who recalled being annually thrashed by the grads when she was in high school, enjoyed
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Alumnus Jay Dongen soars above the block of Brendan Sullivan in the men’s game. The high school boys put up more resistance against the returning men, not allowing any points in the first few minutes and only trailing by 10 at the half, eventually losing by about 20.
being on the winning side and contributing 10 points. “How is it that the adults are so good, when they haven’t played in, like… forever?” wondered Mustangs point guard Mina Kim. She can come back as a grad next year and find out. The boys-to-men game followed at 8 p.m. The grads are usually pretty confident about beating the kids — but the high schoolers pushed back pretty well, not allowing any baskets in the first few minutes and only trailing by 10
at the half. The final score was not available by press time, though several people pegged it about a 20-point gap. Grad of 2006, Kyle Kjemhus said, “It was a lot of fun this year. We had a really positive group of guys and we worked well together. I thought Linden Willock, [cousin] Wilson Willock and Nick Pauls stood out from the pack with their play and sportsmanship. “I’m really proud of those guys, as I got to coach them a bit and get to know them while they were in high
school. They’ve all become great players and even better young men. The senior boys put up a good fight this year and they were very wellcoached.” Kjemhus’ wife, Taylor — also a 2006 grad — said, “It was great to play with so many people that I know from my years at HSS. Playing with girls that I coached or played with five or six years ago was really neat. “It was also a lot of fun having Tammy Nazarchuk and Carmen Mitchell out there with us. The game was competitive and I was impressed by the senior girls and how well they played together. I’m really looking forward to coming back again next year! “We both want to say thank you to Becca Arrowsmith who organized this year’s game. She put in a lot of work and the game couldn’t have happened without her,” added Taylor. Senior boys’ coach, Jake Giles said he was pleased with how his team played. “I think they felt more comfortable around those guys, as they’ve played against a lot of them in open gym time. We played good, intense ball.” Giles hopes to see more of the same when the season resumes after the Christmas break, with the boys hosting their Hoopfest on Jan. 10 and 11.
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Kids and booze ’Twas the week before Christmas and the bars, they were hopping, hoping to catch patrons who’d finished their shopping. When all of a sudden, what should appear, but B.C. liquor law changes for much cheaper beer. Old Mrs. Claus — or Premier Christy Clark — said “Happy hours for all, kids in pubs — what a lark!” The chorus was merry, “Common sense!” went the cheer, let’s have another round of that much cheaper beer. And the tots on the bar stools, their eyes all aglow, were sipping their milk with parents in tow. “A small whiskey chaser with my brew,” Dad did sing, while dear, gentle Mom shouted, “Singapore Sling.” Then as soon as the clock sounded the chime, the kids and their parents knew it was time. They hopped in the Caravan while slipping a fiver into the hands of their designated driver. Then we heard the brood exclaim as they drove out of sight, “Merry Christmas to all, and to all a good night!” - Black Press
Here’s the big idea of 2013 B.C. VIEWS Tom Fletcher One of Canada’s great entrepreneurial success stories in recent years is WestJet, the Calgarybased airline that is expanding across the country and taking on European routes. Clive Beddoe, the founding CEO of Westjet, was famous for helping the cabin crew tidy up the plane before getting off a flight. And the company is also known for its profit-sharing program, with all employees referred to as “owners” who have a stake in the success of the operation. I thought of this management approach when news emerged that the B.C. government was of-
fering public service unions a new kind of contract, with a five-year term and wage increases tied to improved economic growth. The surprising thing is that unions are accepting the idea, even though provincial growth must exceed the government’s independent economic forecast council projections before it can take effect in a given year. The generally non-militant Health Sciences Association was the first to recommend acceptance of a five-year agreement with only 5.5 per cent raises guaranteed. Then they were joined by negotiators for 51,000 health and social services employees, represented by the B.C. Government Employees’ Union and other unions that have long been adversaries of the B.C. Liberals. John Fryer, negotiator for the BCGEU going back to the epic
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battles with Social Credit governments and now a professor at University of Victoria, wasn’t impressed when he heard the news. “These deals reflect what happens when public sector unions back the losing party in a provincial election,” he said. “Union bargaining power takes a trip down the pooper.” I think there’s more than that going on. Perhaps today’s union leadership is beginning to accept that its wage, benefit and pension arrangements look pretty good compared to the harsh reality of private businesses competing in a global economy. I asked Premier Christy Clark if this new approach is inspired by private-sector profit sharing. She agreed that is the model. “I think that’s a great principle for all of us to work from,” Clark said. “Until now, the growth of
public sector wages has been completely insulated from changes in the private sector. And this is the first time we’ve ever been able to successfully link those two things. At this point it’s still a small increment wage growth, but it’s a big change, and I hope we can continue to build on it.” From an employee perspective, it is indeed modest. If real gross domestic product increases one per cent beyond the independent forecast used in the provincial budget, employees get an additional half of one per cent raise for that year. Contrast this labour relations development with what’s happening on the federal scene. A classic confrontation is brewing between the Harper government and the Public Service Alliance of Canada. A key dispute is over sick days,
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which the government estimates are averaging 18 a year. PSAC currently has 15 “bankable” sick days a year, which the union president refers to as a “negotiated right.” It takes me back to my first union job, where I was warned never to take just one sick day. We negotiated for two at a time, so always take two, the union rep told me. Implicit in this is the mindset that employees should give as little and take as much as possible. Looking through my files each December for the B.C. story of the year, I consider what is likely to matter five or 10 years from now. This partnership approach to building the provincial economy is my pick for 2013. Tom Fletcher is legislature reporter and columnist for Black Press. Twitter: @tomfletcherbc Email: email@example.com
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American Cable Network National Geographic Channel picks up the U.S. rights to Highway Thru Hell from Beyond Distribution. A fire destroys a home on Marie Street. Flames are seen shooting from the trailer when three fire trucks and 10 firefighters arrive on scene. The homeowner was not injured, but several pets perish inside. Hope is starting to rein in its spending, according to the Canadian Federation of Independent Business. The 2012 Municipal Spending Watch Report lists the municipality among the 10 most improved cities in the Lower Mainland for cost control. Semi trucks are pulled over at the Hunter Creek scales, Highway 1 exits, and throughout Hope for hours as drivers wait out Highway 1, 3, and 5 closures east of Hope due to a high avalanche hazard in the mountain passes. C h i l l iw a ck - Fr a s e r Canyon MP Mark Strahl announces $99,660 in federal funding for upgrades to Hope Regional Airpark and four other regional parks. The project will include framing and drywall installation, plumbing, and retrofits to improve wheelchair accessibility. Several yellow bear caution signs are missing around Hope. The Hope Mountain Black Bear Committee uses them on trails to warn residents when bears are spotted in the area. However, seven of the
Dec 24: 9:00 am – 1:00 pm Dec 25: Closed Dec 26: Closed Jan 1: Closed The Integrated Homicide Investigation Team surveys a property on Othello Road on Jan. 14 for evidence following a murder-suicide at the home. Twenty-six-year-old Alec Lamb and 29-year-old Taylor Insley were found dead inside just before 2:30 a.m. the day before.
10 signs funded by the local Rotary Club have been stolen in the last six months. Earl Rowe, Hans Jeschek and Richard Zervini receive Queen Elizabeth ll Diamond Jubilee medals for their service to the community and Canada. A 58-year-old Boston Bar man is arrested in connection with a marijuana grow-op. Police seize 91 harvested plants, along with six to seven pounds of bud in the drying phase, from a home on Gibson Road. Police are looking for two men involved in a home invasion in the Silver Creek Trailer Park in Hope. According the RCMP, the suspects entered the home and began to assault the lone occupant. They demanded cash from the man and eventually fled the trailer with an undisclosed amount of cash and other items of value to the victim.
Hope is one step closer to having a new residential zone legalizing secondary suites after council gives third reading to an amendment bylaw that permits single family residential and secondary suite use on the same parcel of land.
February Fans of the hit television series Highway Thru Hell can now purchase Jamie Davis merchandise. The local towing company partners with Vancouver’s Great Pacific TV to launch an online store in addition to selling hats, T-shirts, hoodies and toques at Hope Drive-In and at the Jamie Davis yard on Silver Skagit Road.
A new survey is launched to get public input on Hope’s community branding initiative. The results will be used to determine the spirit and personality of Hope, and find out what makes Hope the community and attractive place to visit, relocate or do business.
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B.C. celebrates a new statutory holiday with the addition of Family Day, which will now fall on the second Monday of the month each year. Dr. Ernie Murakami is the first recipient of the Chilliwack-Hope Citizenship Award, which honoured him for his renowned medical insights and community activism. Continued on 9
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With a member of the RCMP hockey team lurking in front of the net, fire department goalie John Fortoloczky smothers the puck during the Battle of the Badges game on Feb. 9 at Hope Arena. The firefighters prevailed 9-8 in an overtime thriller, but the real winner was the Cops for Cancer initiative, which raised approximately $2,000 for the Canadian Cancer Society.
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2013 Year in Review ton Bar Elementary Secondary School. Hope is selected as a new site for the United Wayâ€™s Better at Home program, which is designed to keep seniors in their own homes longer by providing simple non-medical support.
Emil Anderson crews are busy in Hope at the beginning of March stabilizing the bank below the Centennial Park viewing platform on Water Avenue. The Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure partnered with the District of Hope, Emil Anderson, and Kris Tasci of Just Fish Inn to repair the eroded bank, which had been barricaded off since last June. The District of Hope and Rotary Club will look after restoring the parkâ€™s landscaping to its original state. From 7
Council votes in favour of immediately closing the Hope landfill and turning the site into a transfer station, which is expected to save the district $400,000 a year. The decision not only reduces the costs of solid waste management, but also
the environmental impact of the landfill. Area B director Dennis Adamson is under fire for claiming over $28,000 of public funds for travel expenses in 2011 without a single receipt or other supporting document.
The RCMP Musical Ride is slated to perform two shows during Brigade Days in September. In addition, an RCMP Regimental Ball is also planned during that weekend. Nine laptops and a projector are stolen from Bos-
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Hope Cinema undergoes a $50,000 upgrade to convert to digital projection. Owner Kevin Larson installs a new projector to meet the demands of the movie industry. The cinema is now able to â€œopenâ€? new movies sooner because the digital format is easier to distribute to smaller theatres and allows a variety of media to be shown, including blu-ray DVDs and various computer formats. A Hope woman is in stable condition after being hit by a vehicle in the 300 block of Wallace St. Lucille Toy was crossing the street in front of Memorial Park when she was struck. The RCMPâ€™s Upper Fraser Valley Regional Detachment chooses Inspector Deanne Burleigh as the new Officer in Charge.
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Hope Wildcats Tommy Hyrnkiw and Kevin Misumi are chosen to play on the midget C scholarship team for Fraser Valley East.
Mayor Susan Johnston presents fire chief Tom DeSorcy with a 25-year service award certificate and medal from the province.
Barrick Gold Corporationâ€™s preliminary analysis shows that an all-season resort is a feasible project for the former Giant Mascot nickel mine. The company is looking for an alternative use for the land, which is no longer providing economic benefit to the Hope area. Biologists continue to do baseline environmental work and research, while engaging with residents and getting feedback from stakeholders.
Canyon Lanes bowlers Gord Paquette, Sid Hambly and Lloyd Forman are heading to the B.C. 55+ bowling championships May 15 in Cranbrook after winning the zone playdowns in Chilliwack.
Manning Park Resort is set to close indefinitely April 1 due to financial hardship. The Bowra Group took over management of the facility from Gibson Pass in 2009 when the resort went into receivership. Despite generating about $5 million in revenue annually, president David Bowra says the resort is no longer profitable. The Manning Provincial Park campgrounds will continue to operate along with the Lightning Lake day-use area, trails, and backcountry areas. However, the ski areas, lodge, restaurant and pub will shut down.
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About 300 people lose phone service when communication wires are cut in the Richmond Hill area. Two Hope RCMP officers intercept a vehicle leaving the scene within minutes. Two of the four suspects are arrested in the vehicle, while police dog services track down the other two. The RCMP find cutting tools and copper wire in the vehicle. A draft brand for Hope is released and defined as Being Connected: To Nature. To Community. To Oneself. Background research, community surveys, stakeholder workshops and one-on-one conversations played a crucial role in shaping the communityâ€™s competitive identity. Continued on 11
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2013 Year in Review
After months of construction, the Pilot Flying J truck stop on Flood-Hope Road officially opens its doors at 6 a.m. on April 22. The travel plaza features a Shell gas station, seven commercial diesel lanes, CAT scales, Subway, convenience store, and parking for 50 trucks. From 9
A reduction in provincial grant funding and an increase in RCMP costs are driving an eight per cent municipal tax increase this year. The district started the year with nearly a $1 million shortfall. If tax rates remain the same as 2012, the increase will translate to about $140 more for the average homeowner. A new seating area is in the works for the Sports Bowl. Council approves the Hope Community Recreation Park concept design and directs staff to undertake remediating the venue seating area as the immediate priority. Sunshine Valley RV Resorts & Cabins Inc. purchases Manning Park Resort through a court appointed sale. The purchase includes the park use permit for the resort and ski operations, as well as the remainder of the park facility operator campground bundle contract. The facility is slated to reopen in early May. The Hope Standard receives gold for newspaper excellence in its circulation category at the 2013 Ma Murray Awards. The award takes into consideration all aspects of the
publication, including content, photography, advertising, design and the overall look of the newspaper. Editor Kerrie-Ann Schoenit also receives silver for a news photo, while advertising consultant Pattie Desjardins and former graphic designer Debbie Romano earn a silver award in the newspaper promotion category. St. John the Divine Church in Yale celebrates its 150th anniversary. The church was built in 1863 in an attempt to civilize the miners. The original walls, rafters and handmade nails are still visible.
brings to life a piece of Fraser Canyon history. Chinese Legacies: Building the Canadian Pacific Railway highlights the contributions of Chinese labourers who helped build the CPR from Port Moody to Craigellachie in the 1800s. The Helping Others Pursue Excellence (H.O.P.E.) Project is launched to make social services more accessible to people suffering with mental illness, addiction, isolation or other social issues. The adult drop-in centre run by the Hope
A 34-year-old Hope man is charged with possession and using counterfeit money. Cory Burger is arrested after Hope RCMP is notified of a man passing counterfeit currency at the Flying J travel plaza. A search of Burger’s house results in the seizure of computers, 24 counterfeit US$10 bills and evidence relating to the production of counterfeit currency. Residents at the Thunderbird Motel Project transform part of the property into a fruit orchard. The 1.5-acre garden is rototilled, and posts and support wires are put in for 225 raspberry plants. The new addition compliments the 25 variety fruit trees that have been planted over the last few years. A total of 225 seedless blackberry plants will also be planted on the property.
May A new exhibit at Hell’s Gate Airtram
Chefs Jason Harper and Hiro Takeda take over ownership and operation of Joe’s Restaurant from Kathy and Steve Wyngaarden. Dr. Karen Nelson, superintendent for the Fraser-Cascade school district, is recognized for her contribution to education locally and across the province. The Association of BC
Deans of Education presents her with the 2013 Education Advocate Award during a B.C. Teacher Education Roundtable Conference. Hope Brewing Company wins a gold medal at the 2013 WineMaker International Amateur Wine Competition. Owner Glen Ogren receives recognition for his 2012 Liebfraumilch in a White Vinifera Blends category which had 141 entries.
June The B.C. Securities Commission is investigating the project director of a proposed ski resort in the Hope area. Ron McHaffie is
accused of defrauding 30 investors out of $642,960 through the sale of shares in BigFoot Recreation & Ski Area between August 2007 and January 2012. A notice of hearing alleges McHaffie used investor funds to pay for personal expenses instead. Hope Crime Prevention Society now has a new dedicated vehicle for volunteers, thanks to the support of several local businesses. Gardner GM donates a used Chevrolet Impala to the non-profit organization and partners with Subway, Hope Signcrafters, Envision Financial and Hub International to cover the vehicle insurance and maintenance.
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Care Transit unveils a new 17-seat passenger bus that has room for three wheelchairs, making it more accessible for excursions to local and out of area activities. Mayor Susan Johnston receives a Queen Diamond Jubilee Medal from Chilliwack-Fraser Canyon MP Mark Strahl for her service to the community as mayor, councillor and resident.
tion of the Steve Nash Youth Basketball Program is off to a good start with 20 boys and girls registered and attending regularly. The program for Grade 5 to 7 students teaches basic skills of footwork without the ball, shooting techniques, passing and catching, positioning and dribbling.
& Area Transition Society in the SOCIA building on Third Avenue is designed to promote social inclusion and reduce redundancy among services so that time, energy and funding can be focused on client needs in order to provide holistic treatment.
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Call Pattie at Laurie Throness, MLA-elect for Chilliwack-Hope, waves to supporters during his acceptance speech at the Best Western in Chilliwack on election night, May 14. Despite an early lead, NDP incumbent Gwen O’Mahony finishes nearly 15 per cent behind Throness, capturing 6,884 of the votes cast, compared to Throness’ 9,533. BC Conservative Party candidate Michael Henshall finishes with 10.85 per cent of the vote, followed by Hope’s independent candidate Ryan McKinnon at 4.05 per cent.
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A12 Hope Standard Tuesday, December 24, 2013
2013 Year in Review
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Hope RCMP Const. Crystal LeBlanc takes a look inside the cab of a transport truck that flipped and slid across the grass in front of Hope Station House on June 27. It’s believed the truck was turning off of Flood-Hope Road onto Old Hope Princeton Way at about 1 a.m. when the driver lost control and knocked down power lines. The driver was removed from the cab with the Jaws of Life and sustained non-life threatening injuries. From 11
Tammy Shields brings the Softball BC Learn to Play program to Hope. The six-week program is designed to get kids on the field and learning basic skills, with some scrimmages at the end of each practice. A new tourism website is launched to promote the Hope area. Connect Media releases phase one of travelhopebc.com in an effort to create a feeling of connectedness with the highways that merge in Hope, and all of the communities along those highways, much like travelthecanyon.com does for the Fraser Canyon. The new website features links to adventure opportunities, attractions, restaurants, accommodations, and community events in the area. There are also several promotional videos, a business directory, and links to the online 2013 Hope visitor guide. The first stage of the community branding process is
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now complete, with Hope’s new Brand Book and logo revealed. It explains what the community stands for, its vision, values, personality, positioning, and unique selling proposition. It also outlines the context for the brand, defining the target audiences, competing communities and relative brand relationships. A 63-year-old Hope man is killed in an ATV accident on Spuzzum Creek Forestry Road, about 4.5 kilometres west of Highway 1. Caesar Manuel Soares was driving down a steep, narrow hill when he lost control of his ATV and crashed. According to the BC Coroners Service, he succumbed to multiple blunt force trauma injuries. Two female passengers were taken to hospital, one with minor injuries and the other with broken bones. This is the second tragedy for the family this year, with Soares losing his mother in a traffic accident on Fourth Avenue near Coquihalla Street in January.
Hope Minor Hockey product Jeff Hogan captains his Grand Rapids Griffins to a championship win over the Syracuse Crunch in the American Hockey League’s Calder Cup finals. Hoggan plans to bring the trophy to Hope during his summer visit. Hope Search & Rescue celebrates its 50-year milestone with a gala dinner at the Hope Curling Club. Past and present members were in attendance, along with local dignitaries and key supporters. Clarence Kolcun receives a 50-year service award from the District of Hope, while Emergency Management BC presents Barry Gannon with a plaque in recognition of the group’s 50 years of dedication in the area. Area B director Dennis Adamson also announces that his area will be donating $1,500 to Hope Search & Rescue. Check out the Jan. 2 edition of The Hope Standard for the last six months of Year in Review.
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Sqewqél Development Corporation Employment Opportunity Position Title: Chief Executive Officer Department: Sqewqél Development Corporation Responsible to: Board of Directors Position Type: Permanent, Full-Time (New Position) Competition: JP-2013-008 Seabird Island Band is a visionary First Nation that has carefully planned and is positioned to strategically grow their business and economic development portfolio. With a proud history and a traditional territory that is rich in natural resources, people, and culture combined with strong leadership, the community and residents look forward to a promising future. Seabird is located in scenic upper Fraser Valley along the Fraser River. Sqewqél Development Corporation (SqDC) has been successful in developing local businesses which include forestry, gas bar convenience store, WiFi services, civil construction and agriculture. Combined, these enterprises generate a gross of more than $4.2 million in annual revenue. The strengthening of existing businesses is ongoing and new business initiatives and opportunities are currently being explored and developed. THE CANDIDATE: SqDC is seeking a visionary Chief Executive Officer (CEO) who will roll-up their sleeves in leading and expanding new business and economic development opportunities. This role will appeal to an experienced leader with a track record for successfully exploring, developing and implementing innovative business initiatives while providing leadership and strategic direction to a multitude of existing business units and companies. Under the guidance of the Board of Directors and in a manner which respects the culture and traditions of Seabird Island people, the CEO will implement the SqDC strategic plan, remaining within SqDC mandate while directing operations of SqDC towards the SqDC towards sustained profitability and continuous growth. She/he will thrive on building strong relationships and have a reputation for establishing effective partnerships and joint ventures as well as being a collaborative influence. This includes finding funds from government and private sector (which may include investors and partnerships). The successful candidate will possess the following fundamental requirements: • A Bachelor of Commerce or Masters of Business Administration degree or equivalent with a minimum of ten (10) years of experience in business and economic development or an equivalent combination of education and experience; • A proven track-record of successfully operating a for-profit enterprise, preferably with experience working with surrounding communities, First Nations and/or in the natural resources or retail sectors; • Essential CEO skills, including: leadership, coaching, human resource management, strategic planning, financial, administrative, policy development, risk management, negotiation and marketing; • An ability to prepare and analyze business plans, financial forecasts, feasibility studies, concept papers, etc. for presentation to boards of directors, potential business partners and lending institutions; • Excellent listening, verbal and written communication as well as interpersonal skills; • Demonstrated tact and diplomacy as well as sound judgment and decision making skills; • The ability to formulate and execute major policies, programs and objectives to promote and ensure accountability, transparency and an organization’s sustainability and profitability; • Experience working effectively and collaboratively with First Nations communities and organizations and willingness to learn about Seabird’s culture and traditions; and • Ability to travel and relocate to area close to Seabird Island Band, BC. **Pursuant to the Aboriginal Employment Preference Program, preference may be given to applicants of Aboriginal Ancestry Salary Range: Competitive. Based on Qualifications. Apply with cover letter, resume and three references to : SQEWQÉL DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION, Chair, Board of Directors, C/O Human Resources – Seabird Island Band P.O. Box 650, Agassiz, BC V0M 1A0 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Please quote competition JP-2013-008 Phone: 604-796-6814 Fax: 604-796-3729 Deadline: 4 pm Friday January 17, 2014 (will remain open until filled)
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In the Matter of Part 3.1 (Administrative Forfeiture) of the Civil Forfeiture Act [SBC 2005, C. 29] the CFA NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT:
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HOPE, 2 bdrm suite plus den downtown Hope, 800 sq ft., 2nd floor, view of the park , $525/mo + utilities, avail Jan 1. Call 604-2677473 New Home on 1/2 Acre Lot in Hope $249,888 OR Home $124,888 w/$650 pad rent. Financing avail. 604-830-1960.
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Hope & Area Transition Society
The Hope & Area Transition Society is a non-profit organization providing free shelter and support/counseling services to abused women and their children. The Society is seeking applications for the position of permanent evening support worker at the Jean Scott Transition House. Qualifications: The preferred candidate will have: • Knowledge and understanding of support and crisis counseling related to family violence issues. • The ability to demonstrate assertiveness along with both professional and personal boundaries. • Excellent verbal and written communication with the staff team, including conflict resolution. • Efficient time, organizational and stress-management skills. • Flexibility and ability to assimilate into the staff team, along with being able to work independently with little or no supervision. • Proficient computer skills.
AAA SCRAP CAR REMOVAL Minimum $150 cash for full size vehicles, any cond. 604-518-3673
HOPE, 3 bdr home 1 block to downtown. Cov. carport, garage & basement, sm. yard. NS,ND, no pets $850/mo. Refs req’d. Contact email@example.com HOPE, 3 bdrm townhouse 1 1/2 baths, fenced back yard, F/S, W/D, full basement, attached storage area. Rent includes heat. N/P, N/S 604-869-9402 or 604-869-1432
THREE bedroom house. Close to the Recreation Centre, hospital and shopping. Features include washer/dryer, gas fireplace and 9x22 shed. Nice yard. Pets negotiable. Available January 15. $900. 604869-1371.
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HOPE 21366 Lakeview Crescent - Shared Accommodation 2 rooms available for rent (either block $500 or $300 each). Common area, bathroom, laundry & kitchen (with limited facilities). Separate entrance. N/S, N/P, refs req. Call (604)999-9894 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for info.
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Along with your resume send a letter of interest indicating how you meet the qualifications to: The Hope & Area Transition Society Manager, Heather Garfield Box 1761 Hope, BC V0X 1L0
Only those candidates to be interviewed will be contacted.
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Closing Date: December 31, 2013 Start Date: January 2014
be forfeited to the Government for disposal by the Director of Civil Forfeiture unless a notice of dispute is filed with the Director within the time period set out in this notice. A notice of dispute may be filed by a person who claims to have an interest in all or part of the subject property. The notice of dispute must be filed within 60 days of the date upon which this notice is first published. You may obtain the form of a notice of dispute, which must meet the requirements of Section 14.07 of the CFA, from the Director’s website, accessible online at www. pssg.gov.bc.ca/civilforfeiture. The notice must be in writing, signed in the presence of a lawyer or notary public, and mailed to the Civil Forfeiture Office, PO Box 9234 Station Provincial Government, Victoria, B.C. V8W 9J1.
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On September 19, 2013, on the Trans Canada Highway between Hope and Yale, B.C., Peace Officer(s) of the RCMP Fraser Valley Traffic Services seized, at the time indicated, the subject property, described as: $780 CAD, on or about 22:26 Hours, and a 2010 Box Trailer, BCLP: UDT66G, VIN: 5VZFB1218AL009053, on or about 22:59 Hours. The subject property was seized because there was evidence that the subject property had been obtained by the commission of an offence (or offences) under section 5(2) (Possession for purpose of trafficking) of the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act of Canada (CDSA) and was therefore offencerelated property pursuant to section 11 (Search, seizure and detention) of the CDSA. Notice is hereby given that the subject property, CFO file Number: 2013-1889, is subject to forfeiture under Part 3.1 of the CFA and will
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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. 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