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Heid Out hosting MasterChef party Cranbrook MasterChef contestant Danielle Cardozo will be joined by Calgary celebrity foodies at local event on Jan. 20 S A LLY MAC DON AL D Townsman Staff

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air on CTV. After deciding to watch the series at the Heid Out with friends and family, Cardozo thought she would take it one step further and invite Cranbrook to join in for a viewing party.

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“I knew I was going to be serving my signature dish to the public at some point. So I thought, why not serve it up during the show?” said Cardozo. Her boss, Heid Out co-owner Heidi Romich,

agreed to have the restaurant host the viewing party. “I talked to Heidi about airing the show at the restaurant that week and she was on board. Heidi is a forward-thinking business owner and is really looking

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The Mount Baker Wild Junior Boys basketball team took on the Parkland Raiders Thursday afternoon to open MBSS’s Junior Basketball tournament, running through Saturday at the school. The six-team, two pool round robin features teams from MBSS, Parkland, Creston, Selkirk in Kimberley, Jaffray and Sparwood. The playoff round begins Saturday morning.

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Elkford’s deer cull has been suspended for one week after the contractor was caught trapping during daylight hours, in violation of permit specifications. The permit specifies trapping is to take place in pre-dawn hours. “We take permit violations very seriously,” said John Krebs, Regional Manager, Recreational Fisheries and Wildlife Programs, Kootenay Boundary Region of Ministry of Forests, Lands and Natural Resource Operations.  “We suspended the permit yesterday afternoon (January 7) for a period of one week over con-

cerns with the timing of cull operations. “The Conservation Officer Service will complete an investigation to gather information and determine if enforcement action is appropriate. We will review the suspension in one week to assess next steps.” The District reported that 10 deer were harvested on Jan. 6 and 7. All were mule deer in apparently good condition. Two were males and the rest female, with an approximately 50/50 mix of adults and juveniles. The meat will be processed into ground meat and provided to local food banks.

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ifty years before Jack Kerouac began to travel across the roads of America, author Louis Hémon was doing the same in Europe. Born in France in 1880, Hémon preferred a life of rootless wandering over the legal studies his parents had planned for him; so he tramped around France and England, supporting himself by penning newspaper articles about his journeys. Feeling he had exhausted Europe of any further adventures, Hémon headed to the wilderness of northern Quebec. Arriving in the Saguenay-Lac-Saint-Jean area, Hémon found the ‘habitants’ there out of step with much of the world; a community which felt as discon-

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Louis Hémon ents’ farm. Her only place in life is to marry a local boy, bear him children, attend church, and — most importantly — keep the (no longer French but not quite Quebec) traditions alive. Yet hope arrives for her one day in the form of Francois Paradis, a hard-drinking and foulmouthed outsider who has no time for church or traditions. Francois and Maria fall deeply in love with each other, and he promises to return to her village during the Christmas holidays. Of course Francois never does return, and Maria is forced to live the bleak life that is expected of her, not the one she wanted. Only later is it revealed that Francois’ body had been found just outside of Maria’s farm. He had indeed come back for her, but froze to death before he made it. After completing the

novel, Hémon hiked to the closest post office and mailed the manuscript to his publisher in France. Since then, “Maria Chapdelaine” has been translated into 20 languages, gone through 200 separate printings, and has been filmed three times. Unfortunately, Hémon didn’t live to see any of this. After mailing off the novel, Hémon began the long trek through the Quebec wilderness to get back home, and was struck and killed by a train when he was crossing a set of tracks. This has led to a century of speculation, wondering how he didn’t hear the train in the silence of the wild — was he drunk, was it a suicide, or did something sinister happen to him? Of more significance may be whether Kerouac ever read “Maria Chapdelaine,” or knew of the restless wanderings of its author. It seems unlikely that the French Canadian community that stayed in Massachusetts would not have been very familiar with a book which described them so expertly — but Kerouac, who would list all the books he read at the Lowell Public Library, never mentioned it. Dumb Canuck.


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Heid Out hosting MasterChef party Continued from page 1 For the viewing party, the Heid Out will serve the dish that Cardozo makes on the show: a pan-seared miso-glazed rainbow trout, served with ponzu mushrooms and citrus miso broth. “I’m looking forward to serving it at the Heid Out on the 20th,” she said. Because Cardozo plans to watch the show herself that night, she will prepare the Heid Out’s chefs the day before to serve the dish on Monday. “Though you can guarantee I will be in and out of the kitchen ensuring the dish is just so,” she added. “I’m a bit picky and controlling when it comes to putting my name on a dish.” Everyone who attends the viewing party

Chris Shaften will also be treated to an “amuse bouche” when they walk through the door. “Amuse bouche literally means mouth amuser. It is a bite-size sample of a creation made by the chef. So each Monday that we

air the show, customers will be treated to a small sample of a future dish we are interested in introducing onto the menu or as a feature dish.” Cardozo has arranged for two celebrity foodies from Calgary to

Dan Clapson make the trip to Cranbrook for the event. Chris Shaften was a competitor in the third season of Top Chef Canada. Dan Clapson is a food writer who co-founded eatnorth. ca, writes for the Food Network and appears

on Global Television. Cardozo said she met Clapson when she auditioned for MasterChef in Canada. He was also auditioning, but didn’t make the top 50. “I am pretty confidant it’s not because of lack of personality or

Council discusses municipal spending limits A r n e P e t rys h e n Townsman Staff

A letter from the province looking for comments on expense limits in local government elections brought up a bit of discussion in council on Monday. The Ministry of Community, Sport and Cultural Development sent out the letter which included a discussion paper on spending limits for local elections. Currently in B.C. there is no spending limit. By contrast, in Ontario the limit for a mayoral candidate is $7,500 plus 85 cents per elector, and $5,000 plus 85 cents per elector for council candidates. Mayor Wayne Stetski said the letter and accompanying discus-

sion provided some good points. “Right now as you know, it is limitless,” Stetski said. “If you wanted to spend $1 million to get yourself elected in a local municipal election, there is nothing preventing you from doing that currently. Personally, I think this would be a good idea, to put everybody on the same playing field.” Coun. Gerry Warner wondered whether there were spending limits on the federal electorate. “Sauce for the goose and sauce for the gander,” Warner said. “They are the senior level of government and they should maybe lead by example.” Coun. Angus Davis said this was a perfect example of govern-

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ment run riot. Davis said it was wrong that the UBCM was partnering with the province to tell municipalities how to run an election. “I think that’s wrong,” Davis said. “We’re paying UBCM to represent us in Victoria and the provincial government is paying them to represent the government to us. That is lousy.”

Davis said in the Southern Interior over expenditure doesn’t happen. “I bet you if we all looked at every election that was held here in the last 50 years you are so close to the bottom that it would make your head spin,” he said. “All we need is more government people telling us what to do. This stinks and I think we should tell

them.” Stetski said in terms of what’s asked on paper, he didn’t see anything wrong with trying to level the playing field of municipal expenditures. Davis said the moves reminded him of the Dystopian settings of George Orwell’s novels. Council received the correspondence for information.

Danielle Cardozo cooking ability. I think he was just a little too connected to the food scene,” said Cardozo. She met Shaften through Clapson. The pair are best friends. “I got to know Chris as he told me all about his Top Chef Canada experience. It was nice to listen to someone talk about an experience that I could relate to,” she said.

“I am constantly going to each of them for culinary, promotional, and career advice. They’re exceptionally supportive. And they’re really just nice guys.” The Heid Out will host a MasterChef Canada season one premiere viewing party on Monday, Jan. 20 at 6 p.m. To make a reservation, phone 250-4267922.

Council Procedure Bylaw Amendment

PUBLIC NOTICE Pursuant to the authority of Section 124(3) of the Community Charter, the City of Cranbrook hereby gives notice that it intends to repeal the “City of Cranbrook Council Procedure Bylaw No. 3644, 2009” and amendments, and give consideration to “City of Cranbrook Council Procedure Bylaw No. 3786, 2014”. The proposed bylaw will change the order of proceedings and business of the Council agendas to enable consideration and give priority to bylaws, new business items and Committee recommendations earlier in the meeting. Minor typographical errors have been corrected and a clause has been added regarding consideration by the Mayor pursuant to the Community Charter. The Council Procedure Bylaw No. 3786, 2014 may be inspected at City Hall, 40-10th Avenue South, Cranbrook, British Columbia, between the hours of 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m., Monday to Friday, with the exception of statutory holidays from January 7, 2014 to January 17, 2014. Inquiries respecting the proposed Bylaw No. 3786 may be directed to Marnie Dueck, Municipal Clerk at 250-489-0226 or dueck@cranbrook.ca.


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Continued from page 1 Some Elkford residents do not agree with the District’s choice to execute a deer cull to lower the approximate 78-148 mule deer that are inhabiting the town limits. Environmental groups are also voicing their concerns. “The contract violator had killed 10 deer and should not be permitted to continue to get permits. The permit should be revoked permanently!” stated Peter Hamilton, Lifeforce Foundation, founding director. B.C. Deer Protection Coalition are holding a spotlight on the Elkford deer cull, making statements that the cull contractor was killing deer in daylight. However the District of Elkford feels “the urban deer harvest is proceeding well minus the unfortunate issue with the contractor trapping in the daylight.” “Unfortunately the contractor did harvest in daylight contrary to the permit requirements,” said District CAO Curtis Helgesen. “Due to the extreme cold at the time, the deer were not moving at night and in the daytime they spent less time in the traps. It was felt this was more humane. “This was an incorrect decision based on the permit requirements, and the District is cooperating with the province as they investigate the issue.” Any animal cull is controversial as

the District of Elkford is finding out. “The community has mixed feelings,” said Helgesen, “but as before the harvest, the majority appears to be in support of the operation with phone calls and emails of support, while the minority is being more vocal on social media. “Unfortunately the facts are suffering due to the exaggeration of the issues by outside interests, but we are confident that most in Elkford support this operation as being what is best for the urban deer population in the long term.” The District of Elkford began culling mule deer under the licence issued by the B.C. Ministry of Forests, Lands and Natural Resource Operations. The license allows the District to kill up to 50 mule deer with the use of a clover trap and bolt gun with several guidelines and legislation attached to the 14 page permit. As the permit holder, the District must maintain an up-to-date record of the deer harvested. Information required is an ID number, species, date the wildlife was taken, location, gender, age, health status and the use of the carcass.  A final report must be submitted to the Permit and Authorization Service Bureau within 21 days of the permit’s expiry on March 10, 2014.

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Cranbrook named B.C.’s third most popular community Canadian travel website gives Cranbrook a 2014 Travellers’ Choice Award Sally MacDonald Townsman Staff

A Canadian online travel guide has placed Cranbrook in the top three most popular B.C. communities. E h Ca na d a T rav e l . com polls two million visitors to its travel, tourism and adventure website to come up with the 2014 Travellers’ Choice Awards. This year, Cranbrook placed third in popular B.C. communities, after Victoria in first place, and Courtenay in second place. The award is based

on the number of online travellers who visited that community in 2013 on the ehCanadaTravel. com website. “Cranbrook is a recreation destination and the main commercial and business hub servicing the smaller communities located throughout the East Kootenay region of British Columbia, Canada,” reads the award announcement. “The community of Cranbrook is surrounded by lakes, wetlands and mountain ranges. To the west are the Purcell

Mountains and (to) the east are the mighty Rocky Mountains. And staring down over Cranbrook (is) the peak of Mount Fisher.” E h Ca na d a T rav e l . com is a booking and planning website for travel throughout western, central and northern Canada. The website helps travellers book accommodations, campgrounds, attractions, tours, guides, outfitters, and research activities, adventures, transportation, historic sites, parks, trails, waterways, and entertainment.

Possession for the Purpose of Trafficking

Police arrest man in Kimberley CAROLYN GR ANT

Kimberley and Cranbrook RCMP executed a search warrant on a Wallinger Avenue residence Wednesday and arrested a 21-year-old man. Further arrests may be pending after lab tests on an “unknown white substance” found on another man. Cpl. Chris Newel of the Kimberley detachment says that upon arrival at the home, seven people were inside. “A search located a quantity of cocaine and marijuana along with items associated with drug trafficking,” Newel said. “Police are recommending charges of Possession of a Controlled Substance for the Purpose of Trafficking against a 21-year-old male. An unknown white substance was seized from another male. This will be analyzed and depending on the results further charges may be considered.” Newel said the individual was of particular concern to police as they had received reports of him selling indirectly to young people in the community, creating a considerable risk. While Newel did not

say what led them to suspect this particular address, he did say that, “We always have to have

something to point us in the right direction, very rare would we ever just start watching a house. “

CARRIERS WANTED Monday-Friday

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Performers at the first Locals Coffee House of the season in October.

Locals Coffee House this Saturday The Locals Coffee House begin the 2014 season this Saturday, January 11 at the Studio Stage Door. The show

starts at 7:30 p.m. sharp and advance tickets are available at Lotus Books. If it doesn’t sell out, tickets will also be available

at the door. Saturday’s Locals line up is: • Barry Coulter

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Rural Highway Safety and Speed Review November 29, 2013 to January 24, 2014

The Province is conducting a province-wide consultation and engagement to seek input about safety and speed limits on B.C.’s rural highways as part of the Rural Highway Safety and Speed Review from November 29, 2013 to January 24, 2014. How Input Will Be Used Public input, along with information gained through the technical review of provincial highways, will be used to identify and prioritize proposed highway and safety improvements. Public Open House Schedule Please attend one of the open houses listed below to learn more and provide your feedback. Alternatively, you can provide your feedback online by visiting the Rural Highway Safety and Speed Review web site: gov.bc.ca/safetyandspeedreview Community

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Dawson Creek

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Vancouver

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Cranbrook

January 14

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

Need for a hospice facility On the evening of July 17, 2013, our daughter Geneva age 33 finished her 28 month battle with breast cancer at the Cranbrook Regional Hospital. We wish to thank and acknowledge the doctors, nurses, and support staff for their excellent care that she received during this very trying time. Thank you for being so caring and thoughtful to our family’s needs. Most stays in palliative care are fairly brief. Ours, however, started on June 24 and ended on July 17. During this time several things came to our attention which show the lack of foresight and planning on the part of the Cranbrook Regional Hospital, under the Interior Health Authority (I.H.A.). To be fair, we acknowledge that everyone is doing the best they can with the tools they have in regards to palliative care. This being said, we feel that Cranbrook citizens, Cranbrook Regional Hospital and I.H.A. need to have their attention drawn to the following situations. Cancer patients are valiant and strong but when coming for treatment they have to walk past the palliative care rooms. To them there is hope on one side and fear on

the other, if their treatment fails. This is such a psychological downer at a time when they need to stay positive so that they can continue the fight for their life. We also feel concerned for the parents and their children in the pediatric ward who are walking past the palliative rooms which are on the same floor. We have asked ourselves what must be going on in the parents and their child’s mind, and is this the best area to have these families walking? It must be difficult for the parents to explain who the people are in the palliative rooms. Also, due to the shortage of long term care beds there were long term care patients parked nearby the nursing station both day and night, which we found taxed the work load of the care staff and didn’t allow them to be focused on palliative patients’ care. We found it puzzling that our seniors are overflowing onto the medical/palliative floor when to our knowledge there is room for either our seniors or our palliative patients on the fourth floor which is not being used to its full capacity. There are always growing pains in con-

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version from a small hospital to one of regional status, and so many people are trying to do their best in a challenging situation. Volunteers, committee members of Hospice, and staff are working tirelessly to effect change to help the patients and family members who are dealing with so much in a time of such great sorrow and stress. Cranbrook is an exceptional community when it comes to supporting people and causes. We need to get behind those in the trenches and let them know that they are not alone. Many communities have a hospice house available to the palliative patient and the family members in achieving end stage life goals. This could be an option other than the hospital and gives a person a third choice if home or hospital care is not an option. There are many medical professionals just waiting to give assistance in this area and it is becoming a greater need in your community. Let’s get involved because you never know when you may be facing this journey. With gratitude and thanks to all, Terry and Linda Anderson

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An upended mail car marks the scene. – Townsman photo

Tragedy at Fassiferne JANUS:

Then & Now

Jim Cameron

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he winter of 1949-50 was harsh by any standards. What had been a mild December began to turn as the New Year approached; one foot of snow soon became two while the temperature dropped from -9 F (-23 C) on January 1 to -37 F (-38 C) by January 3. The snow continued to fall, eventually reaching a depth of four-and-a-half feet. Although there was a full moon in early January, few ventured out to see it. And so it was, in the cold, dark, early morning hours of Friday, Jan. 6, that a local freight engine pulled out of the CPR yard heading west. Its first destination was the nearby railway siding of Fassiferne, about seven kilometres west of town to await the scheduled passing of passenger train No. 12, heading through Cranbrook from the west. Freight train No. 73 was under the control of five local men: engineer Peter Linton, freight conductor

Charles Larson, fireman H. E. Hutton, head trainman (brakeman) P.E. Rowan and rearend trainman (brakeman) William Myles. The train was helped along the climb out of the Cranbrook yard by a “pusher” engine, although the term “puller” would have been more appropriate as the extra locomotive was at the front of the train. Once the freight was in place along the side track the pusher would be released and return to town. Arriving at the siding on schedule, trainman Rowan, a six-week graduate from “student” to “qualified trainman,” stepped into the blackness to cut the pusher free and switch the west line. At the same time, trainman Myles closed the rear end switch. The freight train was now safely on the siding with the passenger train cleared to pass on its way into the city. Myles made his way to the front of the train to join Hutton and Linton in the cab while conductor Larson stayed in the caboose to do paperwork. Rowan entered the engine soon after. “Is the switch lined up?” asked Linton. “Yes”, replied Rowan. It was not long before Hutton realized the eastbound train was approaching. He could clearly see the headlight reflecting in the surrounding air. Rowan also spotted it and cried,

“Here she comes,” as he jumped down from the cab between the two tracks to spot the passing engine number. Hutton went to the left door of the cab to do the same. He later recalled the approaching headlight “was like the sun shining in my face.”

“We, the jury find that the accident resulted from an open switch and we attach negligence on the entire crew of train No. 73.” Passenger train No. 12, approaching from around a sharp curve to the west at a speed of about 35 mph, could see little as the train neared Fassiferne. Fireman Fortier could not spot the switch lamp nor could he see the switch “target” used to visually designate the switch setting. He was not alarmed until engineer Killins suddenly threw the brakes as the switch came into view. Killins had spotted the switch target signaling the wrong direction and hit the brakes about fifty feet away. Then, “I hung on,” Killins stated. Fortier wasted no time in jumping from the racing engine through a side window. Something had gone terribly wrong. The heavy passenger train followed the direction of the switch and

plowed into the front of the idle freight locomotive, driving itself directly into the freight locomotive’s oil tank and instantly killing engineer Linton. The flaming oil forced from the freight locomotive firebox enveloped trainman Myles as shock waves shattered the boxcars to the rear. As the passenger train slowly ground to a halt, the body of a baggage car behind the engine slid off the tracks into a ditch to the left, leaving its wheels on the tracks. A second baggage car behind the engine landed on the east side of the tracks while a mail car ground relentlessly forward, eventually coming to rest jutting high into the frozen air. It was a rude awakening for many of the passengers, among them the Trail Smoke Eaters hockey team travelling to Kimberley for a weekend pair of games. Accompanying the team was their medical trainer who immediately set the players to work attending to the shocked and injured passengers. Unusual as it may seem, it was necessary to awaken passengers at the rear of the train who were completely unaware of the accident. Fireman Fortier, suffering only minor injuries, returned immediately to the locomotive to find engineer Killins unharmed but trapped in his seat. Fortier passed him a crowbar

and then rushed to the freight engine where he unsuccessfully attempted to extinguish the flames with a fire extinguisher. Killins pried himself free and immediately went to help pull Myles from the wreckage and place him in the snow to extinguish the flames. William Myles died on the scene. Hutton, one moment standing in the doorway with “the sun shining in his face” awoke hanging by his feet from the engine, relatively unscathed. Rowan, on the ground at the time, regained consciousness while being tended by a Trail hockey player and was soon removed to the Cranbrook hospital suffering from leg and foot fractures. Medical teams soon arrived from town, having been called from a line telephone by conductor Larson immediately following the impact. Passengers, none of whom were severely injured, were ferried to town by Star Taxi. Within the week a Cranbrook coroner’s jury concluded: “We, the jury find ... that the accident resulted from an open switch and we attach negligence on the entire crew of train No. 73 [and further] that the west switch at the Fassiferne siding be removed to a site where greater visibility is assured.” And so it was in the cold, dark, early morning hours of Jan. 6, 1950.

Jan 11th – 31st Artists Marissa Phillips and the students of Mount Baker Secondary display a joint art exhibition exploring the Ktunaxa tradition of story-telling through media and performance. Open Tue - Fri 11am – 5pm and Saturdays 10am – 2pm. Cranbrook and District Arts Council, 104 135 10th Ave South, CBK. info: 250-426-4223 Abreast in the Rockies Dragonboat Assoc. Meeting Monday Jan. 13, 2014 at 7:00 pm, Mount Baker School Library. Interested paddlers welcome. SPECIAL GOSPEL SERVICES: Each Sunday from January 12th to February 23rd, 2014, from 3:00 - 4:00 PM Mountain Time. Location: Girl Guides of Canada Hall, 1421 - 2nd St S Cranbrook BC. Phone contact: (250) 426-4791. January 14th. Kimberley Garden Club January program: Brainstorming educational gardening topics for 2014. Selkirk High School Library 7-9 pm. New members welcome. For more info: Nola 250-427-1948. 2014 FREE FAMILY SWIM Wednesday, Jan. 15th, 6:00-7:00pm is sponsored by Knights of Columbus. Persons 18 years & younger must be accompanied by an adult. Thurs 16th Jan 7-9pm; To Tell A Story; This exhibition explores the Ktunaxa tradition of story-telling by artists from Mount Baker Secondary School and artists Marissa Phillips. CBK & District Arts Council, 104 135 10th Ave South, CBK. info: 250-426-4223 Join the Bavarian Barbarians Thursdays in January: 16th, 23rd & 30th, 7pm-9pm at Resker Hall, Marysville. First two practises FREE of charge. Full gear will be provided. We are Looking for skaters, referees and volunteer. THE PACEMAKERS; JANUARY 18th, at the Cranbrook Seniors HALL, 2nd St. S. at 7 pm. Refreshments served. Open JAM, January 25, 1:30 pm. Updates: Flo 250. 489.2720. Wild Salmon Warriors Cranbrook chapter invites supporters to participate in the province wide “Boycott farmed salmon event” Jan 18 at SuperStore in Cranbrook 12:00 noon. info audrylochrie@gmail.com or 250-444-7077 “Holy Spirit Encounter” Sunday Evening January 19th, 7pm. Speakers: Darrell and Sondra White from Redding California; facilitate Inner Healing and Sozo Ministries and train teams to do the same at the Bethel Transformation Center. All are welcome! Free will offering taken. House of Hope Cranbrook, 629 -6th St NW Info: jeff.crozier69@shaw.ca or 250-421-3784

ONGOING Treasures Galore at Bargain Prices. Bibles For Missions Thrift Store. Open Tues-Sat, 10am-5pm, 824 Kootenay St. N., Cranbrook. Funtastic Singers Drop-In Singing group; free to attend-just for fun! No experience necessary! CDAC Office&Gallery 135 10th Ave S, Tuesdays; 6.45-8.15pm 250-426-4223 / cdac@shaw.ca / www. cranbrookanddistrictartscouncil.com ICBL-Duplicate Bridge–Senior Center in Cranbrook. Mon & Wed 7pm, Thurs & Fri 1pm at Scout Hall, Marysville. Info: Maggie 250-417-2868. Cranbrook Branch of the Stroke Recovery Association of BC. Meetings are from 10:00am-1:00pm the 2nd and 4th Wed. in the lower level of the Senior Citizen’s Hall, 125-17th St. S. Bring bag lunch. Tootie Gripich, 426-3994. The Canadian Orthopaedic Foundation invites anyone expecting bone and joint surgery to make contact with local volunteers for peer support. The free Ortho Connect program helps to ease the fear, stress and anxiety that go along with surgery and help patients prepare. It is ideal for those coping with arthritis, osteoporosis & injury. 1-800-461-3639 ext 4, and ask for Lauralee. Cranbrook Phoenix Toastmasters meet every Thursday, noon -1:00 Heritage Inn. Toastmasters teaches communication & leadership skills. Roberta 250-489-0174. 1911.toastmastersclubs.org. Community Acupuncture. By donation – Each Tuesday 4-6 pm, Roots to Health Naturopathic Clinic, Kimberley Health Centre – Lower Level, 260 4th Ave. 778-481-5008. Please visit: www.rootsto-health.com for more info. Help Big Brothers Big Sisters of Cranbrook: One way you can help is by donating to our “Blue Bin” located outside to the left of Wal- Mart. This bin is there for any clothing items or soft items. (250)489-3111 or email us at @bigbrothersbigsisters.ca Family Science Night – starts Jan 14th for parents wanting to help their 9-12 yr olds succeed in science. Parents and children have fun exploring science. CBAL sponsored at the Cranbrook Library. Free & snacks included. Pre-registration required by Jan 10: Anna 250-581- 2112 or wccranbrook@gmail.com Literacy Champion - pick up nominations for Cranbrook’s first Literacy Champion at Cranbrook Library, CBAL office (19A – 9th Ave S) or online [ http://www.cbal.org ]www.cbal.org. Nominations close Jan 15th and our champion announced on Family Literacy Day Jan 27th. FMI: Anna 250-581-2112 or wccranbrook@gmail.com Place your notice in your “What’s Up?” Community Calendar FREE of charge. This column is intended for the use of clubs and non-profit organizations to publicize their coming events — provided the following requirements are met: • Notices will be accepted two weeks prior to the event. • All notices must be emailed, faxed or dropped off in person. No telephone calls please. • NOTICES SHOULD NOT EXCEED 30 WORDS. • Only one notice per week from any one club or organization. • All notices must be received by the Thursday prior to publication • There is no guarantee of publication. Notices will run subject to space limitations.

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BUFFALO, N.Y. - Senators assistant general manager Tim Murray has been hired to take over at Buffalo Sabres general manager, a person familiar with the decision told The Associated Press on Thursday. The person spoke on the condition of anonymity because the team has not revealed who they will announce as their new GM at a news conference later in the day. Murray has spent the past seven seasons working for the Senators, and has 20 years of NHL experience after breaking in as a scout with the Detroit Red Wings in 1993. He is the nephew of Senators general manager Bryan Murray, who has mentored him throughout his career. Murray emerged as one of four finalists for the job last weekend in newly hired Sabres president Pat LaFontaine’s two-month search to replace Darcy Regier, who was fired in November. The final step of the process was for the candidates to be interviewed by Sabres owner Terry Pegula, who was in Buffalo on Wednesday. Associated Press

Elway has found the right mix of veterans to bolster Broncos’ Super Bowl run ENGLEWOOD, Colo. - John Elway followed up possibly the best free agent signing in NFL history Peyton Manning - with another jackpot this season. Wes Welker and Louis Vasquez helped transform the Broncos offence into the highest-scoring team in the Super Bowl era, and a bevy of defensive signings helped rescue a unit that was hit hard by injuries and illness. Vasquez, a fifth-year right guard lured from AFC West rival San Diego, earned All-Pro and Pro Bowl honours after anchoring an offensive line that allowed the fewest sacks in the NFL (20) this season and produced a league-high six games without allowing a quarterback takedown. Associated Press

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KIDS - unsure about science? Not doing well?

You are invited to join us to learn and have fun! Parents learn how to support your child learning science and Kids have fun ‘doing’ science.

We gather for 6 Tuesdays: Jan 14th – Feb 18th 6:30pm - 8pm in the Manual Training School (Cranbrook Public Library) for some cool stuff. Healthy Snacks Provided. Fun Projects to Do.

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Pre-register by Jan 13th – Katherine 250-417-2896 or khough@cbal.org OR Anna 250-581-2112 or wccranbrook@gmail.com

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EYE ON THE BALL: The men’s Avalanche volleyball team gets in some practice before the weekend, where they will be kicking off the second half of the season by hosting the Columbia Bible College Bearcats on Friday evening and Saturday afternoon. The ladies will also be in action, hitting the court before the men. On the men’s side, the Bearcats reign on top of the Pacwest standings with nine wins and five losses. For the ladies, the Bearcats are in sixth place with three wins and 11 losses. The Avs were last in action before the Christmas break, where they headed to the Lower Mainland for four games in as many nights.

Winless in 2014, Canucks looking to right ship JOSHUA CLIPPERTON Canadian Press

VANCOUVER - The Vancouver Canucks had a December to remember. Since the calendar flipped to 2014, it’s been a very unhappy new year. After compiling a 101-2 mark last month that put some distance between the teams chasing them in the Western Conference wildcard race, the Canucks have lost five in a row, including four straight to start January. The latest setback came Tuesday, when the Pittsburgh Penguins scored twice in the final 1:11 of regulation with their goalie pulled to tie the game before winning 5-4 in a shootout. All told, the Canucks have given up six goals in five games this season when opponents have their goalie on the bench for an extra attacker. “Late in games, I always talk about situational play,” Canucks head coach John Tortorella said after Thursday’s practice at Rogers

Arena. “Situational play is a mindset and we have not totally grasped that. That’s a mental toughness, to me. I believe you can develop that type of mental toughness - to play in the (hard) areas at certain times, at certain (moments) of games. “I think at times we’ve done it this year, and obviously of late here, we haven’t.” Tortorella said the only way to deal with blown leads is to get back on the horse.

“You hope you’re leading again 3-2 in the third period ... and you find a way to get it done,” he said. “You need to grasp something.” Tortorella said that for him, the most fascinating part of coaching is the mind, adding that it’s his job to make sure players learn how to be tough mentally game in and game out. “I tell the players they’re screwed - if I see it once, I know it’s there,” said Tortorella. “When you show signs you can

do it, then you need to demand yourself to do it more consistently. That’s a big part of our responsibility. I’ve seen us play stiff enough to handle situations. “When you’re developing an identity of a hockey club, it falls on the coach to demand it and keep it there. I’m in it with them as far this little slump here.” Vancouver’s current losing streak includes road defeats to the Los Angeles Kings and the Anaheim Ducks. The

Canucks currently sit in the first wildcard position, but they host the powerhouse St. Louis Blues on Friday before travelling back to Los Angeles and Anaheim as part of a three-game roadtrip. “The schedule’s not getting any easier,” said Canucks defenceman Kevin Bieksa. “We’ve got a lot teams that are ahead of us in the standings that we’re playing. These are the teams we have to beat if we want to catch them.”

‘Figure’ dropped from National Skating Championships LORI E WING Canadian Press

OTTAWA - There’s no “figure” at the Canadian figure skating championships this week. Skate Canada renamed the event the National Skating Championships, marking the first time in the event’s 100-year history that “figure” hasn’t appeared in the title. It’s a marketing move by Skate Canada to give the event a name that is more in line with figure

skating’s national governing body. “It’s a just a way of creating a more focused consistent brand message for Skate Canada as the governing body and as a Skate Canada event,” said Skate Canada CEO Dan Thompson. Whatever the reason, it’s been a long time coming according to three-time world champion Elvis Stojko. “I thought it was a cool idea, because honestly I thought about it

years ago, because there’s no figures in it,” Stojko said. Compulsory figures were dropped from the sport 23 years ago. “And figure skating has a stigma to it. Some people who are into other sports say ‘Oh figure skating,”’ Stojko said, exasperatingly drawing out the word ‘figure.’ “We don’t have it anymore, it’s just free skating. It’s just artistic or free skating. “Figure skating, it’s

had that image for a long time, guys who were in hockey were like, ‘Figure skating, I don’t want to watch figure skating.’ So you take the name out then you add that extra dimension to it.” Stojko admitted he took grief in school for being a figure skater. “Oh totally. . . ‘You’re a figure skater? Come on twinkle toes, what’s going on?’ I always got picked on in school for that.”


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recently returned from a Caribbean cruise which had a couple interesting ports of call and were places I had not yet visited. Although I was only in these ports for one day each, it did provide a sample of what they have to offer, and allowed me the opportunity to decide whether I might like to return for a longer visit someday. Roatan, Honduras is the largest of the Bay Islands, just off the coast from the mainland city of La Cieba, and is a lush, hilly island with some great white sand beaches. It is 77 kilometres long and eight kilometres wide. Coxen Hole is the major village, with a

smattering of others throughout the island – French Harbour, West End and Sandy Bay. The official language is English. This makes it a popular destination for tourism. The native islanders are descendents from Africa and the Cayman Islands. But the real draw here is the proximity to the largest barrier reef in the Caribbean. Scuba diving and snorkelling are world class, with many dive sites complete with shipwrecks and huge coral reefs. As well, you can find ziplines, glass bottom boats, and an eco-walk suspension bridge. Tropic Air operates a frequent schedule from

Roatan to Belize City, and there is a catamaran ferry to La Cieba on the mainland. Roatan is becoming a more popular cruise port and the facilities are improving all the time. But you still feel like you are a bit off the beaten track as far as cruise ports go. The other port of call was Belize City. I had not heard very positive things about Belize City, so I decided to visit the beautiful island of Ambergris Caye for my day in port here. Upon arrival on the mainland in Belize City, it was just a short taxi to the airport and a quick 20-minute flight to San Pedro in Ambergris Caye. Flying in a Cessna

about 200 metres above the sea is an amazing coral flightseeing adventure in itself! Ambergris Caye is the largest island of Belize, 40 kilometres long and 1.6 kilometres wide. It is basically a ring of white sand surrounding a mangrove swamp in the centre. Scuba, snorkelling, caving, sailing, fishing, and skydiving are popular activities here, but the most popular activity is relaxing in front of your beach hut with a great rum drink in your hands! This place is pretty laid back. Tropic Air and Maya Air operate regular flights to the island; the mode of transport on the island is golf cart or bicycle.

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PROVO, Utah — A 58-year-old U.S. woman is set to give birth in a few weeks — to her first grandchild. Julia Navarro is serving as a gestational surrogate for her daughter and son-in-law after the couple struggled with fertility problems. Navarro’s daughter Lorena McKinnon said she began trying to have a baby with her husband, Micah McKinnon, three years ago. The 32-year-old, from Provo, Utah, said she’s had about a dozen miscarriages, with the longest pregnancy lasting 10 weeks. After several tries, the couple began looking for a surrogate. McKinnon said a friend and sister both considered carrying her baby, but ultimately decided against it. That’s when her mother offered to step in. “As a family, we have to help each other,’’ Navarro told The Salt Lake Tribune. Navarro had to undergo hormone shots for three months before an embryo fertilized by her daughter and sonin-law could be implanted. Because of her age, doctors had warned there was only a 45 per cent chance the implantation would be suc-

cessful. But the procedure was a success, and Navarro said she’s had a smooth pregnancy carrying a developing baby girl. As with other surrogacy arrangements, the couple and Navarro needed three months of counselling. “The psychologists wanted to make sure we knew what we were getting into — that we were mentally prepared,’’ McKinnon said. “Mostly, surrogacy contracts are with people you don’t know. It was weird to have a contract with my mom.’’

It’s unclear how rare it is for a woman to carry her own grandchild, but recent news reports have detailed similar relationships. Last year, a 53-yearold Iowa woman gave birth to her twin granddaughters. And in 2012, a 49-year-old woman in Maine gave birth to her grandson. McKinnon said she was grateful and overwhelmed by her mother’s offer, which eases some of the obstacles and financial burdens for parents using a gestational surrogate. According to Utah law, surrogates must be

21 or older, financially stable and must have already given birth once. Couples must be married and are allowed to offer a reasonable payment to a surrogate. On average, a couple can spend about $60,000 on procedures and paying the surrogate, but McKinnon said her mother’s offer to help is saving the couple about half of that. Both she and her daughter said they’ve bonded over the experience. The baby girl is due in early February.

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In an undated photo Lorena McKinnon, right, feels her mother Julia Navarro’s womb for movement of McKinnon’s daughter that will be born in about a month.

Danish cinnamon rolls run afoul of EU guidelines ASSOCIATED PRESS

COPENHAGEN, Denmark — Easy on the cinnamon! That advice from Denmark’s food authority has rankled pastry chefs whose cinnamon rolls were found to violate the European Union’s spice rules. The Danish Veterinary and Food Administration recently discovered that Danish cinnamon rolls and twists contained more coumarin — a chemical compound in the most common variety of cinnamon — than EU rules allow. Excessive intake of coumarin can cause liver damage. So the agency asked Danish bakers to reduce the

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Danish bakers protested, saying the EU limit is too strict, and would make it hard, if not impossible, to make their cherished pastries.

“A grown man like me could eat like 10 ‘kanelsnegle’ every day for several years and not even get near the limit of what’s dangerous to my liver,’’ said Anders Grabow, a spokesman for the Danish Bakers’ Association. “I would probably get too much sugar in my body before that.’’ The EU limit for so-called “fine baked goods’’ is set at 15 milligrams of coumarin per kilogram of pastry. The Danish agency found last year that more than half of the 74 food samples it took from bakeries, supermarkets and importers contained more coumarin than that. The Danish bakers noted

that their colleagues in neighbouring Sweden can get away with more than three times as much coumarin in their cinnamon rolls because food authorities there classify them as “traditional and seasonal bakery’’ for which EU rules are less strict. The Danish food agency didn’t use that classification because it didn’t consider the “kanelsnegle’’ as a pastry sold primarily for Christmas or other holidays, said agency spokesman Henrik Nielsen. Officials will meet with the bakers’ association next month to review which baked goods can be considered seasonal or traditional, he said.


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Inspiration from a Franciscan blessing

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et me begin with a report about my New Year’s resolutions. I have made progress in keeping some of them, particularly the first one—I have already made some mistakes. It’s probably the first time I’ve ever kept part of a New Year’s resolution so quickly and easily. I was also delighted to find a wonderful Franciscan blessing online. I had heard about it before, and I’ve seen versions of it. I was delighted when I finally found a copy of the whole thing. (At least, I think it’s the whole thing. Who knows? It may be another mistake of mine!) “May God bless you with discomfort at easy answers, half–truths, and superficial relationships so that you may live deep within your heart. “May God bless you with anger at injustice, oppression, and exploitation of people, so that you may work for justice, freedom and peace. “May God bless you with tears to shed for those who suffer pain, rejection, hunger and war so that you may reach out your hand to comfort them and to turn their pain into joy. “And may God bless you with enough foolishness to believe that you can make a difference in the world, so that you can do what

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others claim cannot be done to bring justice and kindness to all our children and the poor.” I love this blessing. It reminds us of the fragility of life. Our lives are precious and fragile things. We are given life as a gift. We don’t own it. We don’t control it. Some days, we don’t even manage it very well. It reminds me of John Lennon’s quotation that “life is what happens while you are busy making other plans.” This blessing helps us learn to be discontent with things as they are, and to be hopeful about the possibility of the renewal of life in the midst of the pain and wholeness, sorrow and joy that characterize our lives on Earth. That’s the thing about New Year’s resolutions as well. There is nothing magical about 1/1. It is not really different than 12/31. Yet what matters is that we have decided to count 1/1 as a new start. We make a choice to wipe the slate clean and begin with a renewed sense of hopefulness. We face the future with a new resolve. Part of the hope in this for me is the possibility that I might grow and change, and that we might all grow and change. So we bless this sense of discomfort. We face

forward; we have a renewed sense of digging deeper; we make a new commitment to seek to see beneath the surface of things. We will choose to not be satisfied with easy answers, and we will seek to understand life more deeply. When we become uncomfortable with the way things are, there is a natural anger at the injustice and exploitation that we see all around us. We can name that exploitation in so many

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to hopelessness. Anger and tears together hold out the possibility that we might work humbly and faithfully to restore Rev. Yme life. Woensdregt I read a wonderful post a few days ago ways, but the results of it about a young man are all around us: home- preaching his first serlessness, the increasing mon. He had decided, in gap between rich and poor, the ruination of all his late teenage wisthe environment, and so dom, to preach about hell. He wanted to warn on. Therefore, the anger people about the conseis accompanied by tears. quences of an unfaithful Anger without sorrow life. In the midst of his leads to arrogance. Sorrow without anger leads sermon, he had an “a-

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