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Revelstoke’s fourth annual Spirit Festival was a big success, with 12 days of events throughout town filled with food, fun and general good times. There are more photos on pages 10–11. 1 Jeff Colvin defends his Tournament of Chumps title, dressing up in a costume straight out of First Tracks: the History of Skiing in Revelstoke. His outfit was an almost exact replica of one of the original chumps pictured in the book, and he pulled off some big tricks on skis to boot. 2 Paramjit’s won the Chili Throw Down for the third straight year, beating out eight other competitors. Here, Goldie and her mother Paramjit smile while serving out the goods. 3 Vancouver aerial dance troupe Aeriosa held a series of workshops and open rehearsals while preparing for their big show at the Revelstoke Performing Arts Centre on Saturday. Here, they rehearse their moves in the atrium at Revelstoke Seconday School. 4 The drag races at Glacier House Resort last Monday, Feb. 3, attracted 27 competitors and a good crowd of spectators. 5 Greg Ryan shows off his skills on his very own bindingless snowboard he calls the Pro-Board in the rail jam at Revelstoke Mountain Resort on Saturday.

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KINDERGARTEN REGISTRATION February 24th – 27th, 2014 Parents of Children born in 2009 ~ your child is eligible for Kindergarten in September 2014. In order for the school district to plan for school organization, we will be conducting our annual district-wide Kindergarten registration from February 24th, 2014 – February 27th, 2014. Parents must register children at their neighbourhood school. If a placement to another school is desired, parents must still enroll at the neighbourhood school and apply for a cross boundary placement through the principal. Registering at a particular school does not necessarily mean that the student will attend that school. Provincial class size limits are in place for Kindergarten and the placement of students is guided by the district’s Student Admission and School Choice policy. Schools start planning for the upcoming year in March and class organizations are dependent upon an accurate estimate of kindergarten enrolment. To help with our planning it is important that we register all children during the week of February 24th, 2014 to February 27th, 2014.

A vehicle lies upside down just to the side of the Trans-Canada Highway after the driver lost control near the Enchanted Forest on Friday. RCMP photo

Information regarding Kindergarten programming is available on the Ministry of Education website at http://www.bced.gov.bc.ca/early_learning/fdk/.

Seatbelts prevent injuries in separate highway rollovers

Registration Details:

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Registration times are from 8:15 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. and from 1:00 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. No early registrations will be taken. Registrations will be dated and timed, and may determine eligibility to attend a specific school.

Please bring: • Your child’s birth certificate/proof of Canadian citizenship or immigration documents. • Current address documentation. • Your child’s Medical Service Plan BC Care Card.

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Two people wearing seatbelts escaped serious injuries in separate roll overs just hours apart last Friday, Feb. 7. The first incident took place near the Enchanted Forest, 35 kilometres west of Revelstoke, at around 4 p.m. The car was heading eastbound on the Trans-Canada Highway when the 28-year-old driver lost control of the vehicle. The car went across the westbound lane and struck the cement barrier, sending it into the air and onto a partially-frozen creek. The driver, who was wearing his seatbelt, was able to exit the vehicle and walk back to the highway with the help of a passing motorist. He was

taken to Salmon Arm hospital with minor injuries and given a ticket for speeding relative to the conditions. About three hours later, RCMP, Revelstoke Fire Rescue Services and Emergency Health Services were called to another rollover, this time on Highway 23 South near the Mount Macpherson Nordic centre. The driver of a Toyota 4Runner was attempting to navigate a natural corner when he lost control, crossing the centre line and into the northbound lane. He struck the cement guardrail and the vehicle flipped over onto his roof. The 32-year-old Alberta man was wearing his seatbelt and was able to get out of the vehicle on his own. He was taken to Queen Victoria Hospital with minor injuries and ticketed for failing to keep right.

Check those Yellow Pages invoices Tom Fletcher Black Press

Reports of scammers phoning businesses claiming to be collecting for Yellow Pages advertising have cropped up again in B.C., and there are simple steps to take to protect yourself. Mark Fernandes, spokesman for the Better Business Bureau in B.C., said scammers claiming to be collecting for Yellow Pages is a chronic problem, with complaints about it coming in almost every month. It's a variation on an old trick, sending fake invoices for common business supplies such as printer cartridges and paper in hopes of sliding them by a busy office administrator. Fernandes said businesses are also concerned about bad credit reports from missed invoices. "Unfortunately, a lot of these companies that claim the Yellow Pages brand are not located in North America," he said. Some appeared to be coming from the United Kingdom, but the BBB is unable to confirm their real location.

Yellow Pages Group spokesperson Fiona Story said the company is a frequent target for this kind of fraud because of its long-standing brand. It sponsors an annual fraud awareness campaign in March, and offers downloadable pamphlets and other resources on its website, www.yellowpages360solution.ca/resources/fraud/. Customers who receive a questionable solicitation can check it by calling the Yellow Pages Group customer service department at 1-877-9099356. Yellow Pages Group won a lawsuit in 2012 against a copycat organization doing business as "Yellow Page Ontario," "Yellow Page Quebec" and similar names. The Ontario Superior Court of Justice ordered the parent company to reimburse people who paid fake invoices and imposed punitive damages. For information on similar suspicious bills or phone calls from businesses other than Yellow Pages Group, contact the Better Business Bureau of Mainland B.C. (mainlandbc.bbb.org) or Vancouver Island (vi.bbb.org).


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The following table indicates the main cost  News drivers: with smaller tax hikes passes

Excluding non‐TCA’s these num 4.96% and 11.47% respectively Revelstoke Community Foundation overall spending is forecast to  is now accepting:

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Revelstoke City Council passed a 2014 budget calling for a two per cent increase in residential property taxes and one per cent increase in the business tax rate. The increases are a fraction of the 3.9 per cent increase that was put forward in the initial budget draft tabled in November. It follows a town hall in January where residents expressed their displeasure about city finances. Council rejected an alternate plan that would see no increase in business taxes. “I am pleased to see the budget process completed early this year and look forward to all the benefits that the improved process will deliver towards the efficiency of City operations," said Mayor David Raven in a news release. As well, water rates are going up by 10.1 per cent to $369 and sewer rates by 4.4 per cent to $235. According to a report presented to council at a special meeting on Tuesday, Feb. 4, the new budget reduces the 2014 surplus to $51,726. The budget forecasts a reduction of property tax revenues from 2013 to 2014 of about $30,000, from $8.88 million to $8.85 million. Overall, it forecasts an increase in revenue of 1.9 per cent, to $22,733,685. Property tax growth from new construction is forecast to grow by three per cent annually. The revised budget eliminates $800,000 in borrowing by cancelling most of the planned renovations for city hall. The $250,000 stucco replacement and $300,000 elevator addition have been cancelled and the $250,000 interior renovations will be funded through reserves. Other capital projects in the 2014 budget are $80,000 for washrooms in Kovach Park, $50,000 for the skateboard park (over the next three years), $30,000 for the pump track in Centennial Park, $200,000 for the Trans-Canada Highway water main, $60,000 per year over the next five years for fire hydrant replacement and $200,000 for a scrubber for odour control at the sewage treatment plant. Road construction is budgeted at $2.8 million over the next five years. The financial plan states this is a higher rate than at which it is degrading, but it may not be enough to make up for the accumulated infrastructure deficit.

$  2013  2014  Employment  6,969,150  7,173,925  Contracted  services  3,057,595  3,217,350  Miscellaneous  1,817,220  1,851,070  Other  3,390,675  3,866,450  operating5  Amortization  1,725,000  1,725,000  Interest  1,056,343  1,031,698  Non‐TCA  2,763,092  2,208,614  Total  20,779,075  21,074,107        Exc. Non‐TCA  18,015,983  18,865,493 

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The city’s capital works program • an accredited Canadian Medical School incorporates a variety of differ or pursuing careers in the following: road reconstruction to vehicle  Dental Hygienist or Dental Assistant • Dentist, • 1st year academic, vocational or trades • training major repairs and other non‐re • Machinist trade maintenance items.  City Policy To receive an application form call 250-837-5345 or Asset) sets the parameters for  email: foundation@revelstokecf.com assets (TCA’s) and those that m Application deadline: Monday, March 10, 2014 at 12:00 noon in the year of acquisition (non‐ amortized over their useful live Policy F‐10 sets the applicable  according to the category of as

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By 2018 consolidated expenses are forecast to  rise by 4.08%. If non‐TCA’s are excluded the  Looking ahead, the plan calls for $4.5 resources while maintaining service levels million to be budgeted to relocate the sew- keeping in mind that the community surincrease becomes 10.89% over the 5 year  age outflow from the Illecillewaet River vey clearly indicated that overall citizens to the Columbia River and $1 million to want the City to retain our current high period and 10.18% when further excluding  replace the Downie force main. Both proj- service levels," said Chief Administrative Officer Tim Palmer in a news release. ectshotel tax expenditures and internal equipment  are set to start in 2015. The tax increases for all classes are as The budget also no longer calls for the follows: addition of an extra RCMP officer, cuts charges. A more detailed analysis of the various  Class 1 (residential) – 2 per cent some work hours to save on employment Class 2 (utility) – 7.96 per cent costs, and includes $42,500 over the next cost drivers can be found on pages 12 – 18.  Class 4 (major industrial) – 4.25 per two years for more departmental reviews. This table shows the main cost drivers for the City of Revelstoke in 2014 compared to 2013. City of Revelstoke

The plan also looks to reduce the city's reliance on borrowing and reduce its debt. There is no more borrowing for road construction and for any long-term water projects. General and water debt is expected to decrease by more than $3 million by the end of the five-year plan,11% but that will be somewhat offset by a $2 million increase 5% in sewer debt, due to borrowing for out8% and upgrades to the sewage flow relocation treatment plan. Overall the debt to asset ratio is projected to decrease to 21.42 per cent in 2018 from 27.31 per cent this year. The financial plan also calls for an increase 18% in the city's reserves, part of the plan to decrease the reliance on borrowing to pay for major projects. “The City is committed to continuing 9% to find new ways of operating with fewer

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cent Class 5 (light industry) – 2 per cent Class 6 (business) – 1 per cent Class 8 (seasonal) – 2 per cent What all this means is that somebody with a home that was assessed at $250,000 in 2013 will see their taxes increase by $22 this year, to $1,124. A business assessed at $250,000 in 34% 2013 will see their taxes go up by $46. Employme nt The increases reduce the tax rate ratio Contracted services between business and residential to 3.99:1 compared to 4.15:1 in 2013). Miscellaneous The Revelstoke Chamber of Commerce Other operating is advocating that the city move towardsAmortization a 2:1 ratio within five years. Inte rest You can read the complete five year 15%plan by clicking here. Non‐TCA's financial

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$’000’s 2014 2015 2016 Attention Club Members: WeReserves are still seeking1,908 donations1,533  of wild 1,42 Grants 195 395  21 game for the banquet. Please contact Alex Cameron at 250-837-2436. Debt 0 0  DCC’s 350 80  53 Revenue 246 256  90 Capsule Comments Total 2,698 2,264  3,07 With John Teed & David Lafreniere Table 7 – Capital funding 

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Mike Thomas, the City of Revelstoke's director of engineering and development, has become the first municipal employee in British Columbia to receive an infrastructure sustainability accreditation. Thomas is qualified to rate civil engineering projects using the Institute for Sustainable Infrastructure's Envision rating system, which provides an industry-recognized framework to evaluate and rate the social, environmental and economic benefits of all types of infrastructure. “The City of Revelstoke can benefit from the Envision rating system by providing stakeholders and decision-makers with a standardized sustainability framework that can be applied to a wide range of projects, such as roadworks, pump stations, water and sewer pipelines, bridges, and cycleways,” said Thomas in a news release. “The Envision rating system provides a sound means of measuring the benefits of innovative, sustainable infrastructure projects.” Thomas was hired as Revel-

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help as the city looks to achieve it's sustainability goals that are outlined in the Official Community Plan, the city said in a news release. The OCP's vision statement calls for Revelstoke “be a leader in

stoke's director of engineering in late 2012. Six months later, he had the development portfolio added to his role after planning director John Guenther resigned. Thomas' new accreditation will

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achieving a sustainable community by balancing environmental, social and economic values within a local, regional and global context” “Mr. Thomas’s achievement as an accredited sustainability profes-

sional helps Revelstoke to continue to be the standard of excellence for other British Columbia municipalities," said chief administrative officer Tim Palmer. "We are privileged to have him on our leadership team.” Mayor David Raven also congratulated Thomas for receiving his sustainability accreditation, saying it puts Revelstoke at the forefront of sustainable infrastructure decision making. “With aging infrastructure and climate risks, the City of Revelstoke is continually seeking to improve the design and delivery of infrastructure projects to protect social, economic and environmental values," said Raven. The city plans to use the Envision rating system for guidance and self-assessment on most civil projects. The Institute for Sustainable Infrastructure was founded by the world’s leading public works, engineering, and infrastructure organizations: the American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC), the American Public Works Association (APWA), and the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE).

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The Canadian Avalanche Centre (CAC) is releasing their new Observer Network today, which will allow backcountry users to submit and share observations from the field. The Observer Network is an upgrade to CAC Mobile, the CAC’s smartphone app. Through the Observer Network, photos and comments can be uploaded and shared with other backcountry users and the CAC’s forecasting team in Revelstoke. “A picture is truly worth a thousand words,” says Ilya Storm, Field Programs Manager for the CAC’s public avalanche warning service. “We’re looking forward to receiving images of avalanches, precipitation, cornice build-up, wind action, just about anything that helps us verify our forecasts and improves our understanding of local conditions.” With the Observer Network on their smart phones, backcountry users

will have close to real-time access to observations taken by others in the field. Once a photo is uploaded to the network, it will be geo-tagged and pinpointed on the app’s map for everyone to see. “The Observer Network will be another great tool for us to communicate with backcountry users,” adds Storm. “We’re looking forward to seeing its use grow and adding to a conversation that will improve everyone’s understanding of current conditions, which can translate into making better decisions in the field.” CAC Mobile and the Observer Network were developed with the generous support of Mountain Equipment Co-op and TECTERRA. If you already have CAC Mobile, the upgrade with the Observer Network will appear today. CAC Mobile can be downloaded for free at Google Play and the Apple Store. For more information visit www. avalanche.ca/cac/pre-trip-planning/ observer-network

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The B.C. government will appeal a B.C. Supreme Court ruling ordering a return to 2002 classroom rules, Education Minister Peter Fassbender announced Tuesday. Fassbender said the latest ruling could potentially cost the B.C. government more than $1 billion, which he called "completely unaffordable for taxpayers." But the appeal will focus on Justice Susan Griffin's interpretation of constitutional rights in union negotiations. "Governments have to be able to govern," Fassbender said, adding that no other province has has such restrictions on school organization. "Most importantly, if the real goal is to benefit students, decades of academic research has shown that blankest reductions in class size are of little benefit," he said. B.C. Teachers' Federation president Jim Iker estimated that 6,600 teachers would have to be hired to bring B.C. class sizes up to the Canadian average. In Surrey school district alone, there should be 18 teacher librarians, 19 teacher-counsellors, 51 more specialist education teachers and 80 English language teachers, he said. "We want to negotiate a deal at the bargaining table," Iker said. "We hope that the government comes and bargains with us in good faith – that's so important – but we all know that to achieve an agreement, government has to

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bring the necessary funding to make that deal happen." The dispute revolves around the government's unilateral removal of class size and support staff rules from the BCTF contract in 2002. In her first ruling in 2011, Griffin gave the government a year to remove the offending legislation and negotiate class size and specialist teacher support as a working condition for teachers. Griffin's second ruling came Jan. 28, ordering $2 million in damages to be paid to the BCTF for what she described as bargaining in bad faith, and striking down parts of the latest legislation. Fassbender said talks over the past year have included class size and specialist support. "We've increased supports for students with special needs, including a 36 per cent increase

in the number of full-time education assistants," he said. "Average class sizes are near historical lows of 19.3 students for kindergarten, 21.5 for grades one to three, 25.7 for grades four to seven, and 23.0 for grades eight to 12. To put that in perspective, in 1970 the average class size was 42." Fassbender said the ministry's "learning improvement fund," established after Griffin's first ruling, dedicated $210 million toward the disputed class supports. It funded 500 new teachers, 400 new special education assistants and increased hours for another 7,400 assistants, he said. NDP education critic Rob Fleming said the government shouldn't be challenging the court ruling. "The onus is on the government to put out an olive branch to the teaching profession," he said.

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“This machine surrounds hate and forces it to surrender.” — Words painted on Pete Seeger’s banjo A man with a banjo can be a powerful force for good. Pete Seeger, who died on January 27 at the age of 94, inspired generations of political and environmental activists with songs ranging from “Where Have All the Flowers Gone?” to “Sailing Down My Golden River.” From the late 1930s until his death, Seeger brought his music to union halls, churches, schools, migrant camps, nightclubs, TV studios, marches and rallies — always inviting audiences to join in. His calling took him from being hauled before the House Un-American Activities Committee in 1955 to being invited to perform at President Barack Obama’s inauguration in 2009. Like me, he was inspired

by Rachel Carson’s 1962 book Silent Spring to become a strong defender of the environment as well as human rights. In both social justice and environmental causes, he believed in the strength of grassroots efforts. As he told the CBC Radio program Ideas, “The powers that be can break up any big thing they want. They can attack it from the outside. They can infiltrate it and corrupt it from the inside — or coopt it. “But what are they going to do about 10 million little things? They don’t know where to start. Break up three of them and four more like it start up.” Seeger and his wife, Toshi, devoted a lot of time to protecting the Hudson River near their home in Beacon, New York. To save the polluted waterway, they raised money to build a sloop, the Clearwater, to take children, teachers and parents sailing. The boat and cleanup efforts have since spawned a sciencebased environmental education organization and music festival — and led to progress in restoring the river and ridding it of toxic PCBs, pesticides and other chemicals. Seeger was also involved in anti-fracking efforts, adding the line, “This land was made to be frack-free” to his

late friend Woody Guthrie’s anthem, This Land Is Your Land, when he joined Willie Nelson, Neil Young, John Mellencamp and Dave Matthews at a Farm Aid benefit last year. Like all of us who devote our lives to trying to make the world better, Seeger made mistakes along the way. But he was willing to admit when he was wrong and to change his views. As a geneticist, I'm fascinated by the built-in need we have for music; it reaches deep within us. The power of a good song to touch us emotionally and rally us to action is nothing short of extraordinary. And musicians are often the first to donate their time and music to worthy causes. It’s why I’ve had such deep admiration for musicians I’ve worked with and often been lucky enough to call my friends, from Bruce Cockburn and Gordon Lightfoot to Neil Young and Sarah Harmer and the members of Blue Rodeo. Musicians have inspired millions of people with powerful anthems, from Seeger’s rendition of We Shall Overcome to John Lennon’s Imagine. In recognition of the power of song, the David Suzuki Foundation invited musicians from across the country to contribute to a recording called Playlist for the Planet in 2011.

I recently had the pleasure of joining Neil Young and Diana Krall on their Honour the Treaties tour to raise money and awareness for the Athabasca Chipewyan First Nation’s legal battle to protect their traditional lands and rights guaranteed under Treaty 8. As “just a musician”, Young was criticized for having the nerve to speak out and for his harsh words about rampant tar sands development. But, as much as it would be better if the media, public and government paid far more attention to First Nations and their spokespeople, a celebrity with conviction and the ability to communicate through the powerful medium of song – or other forms of artistic expression – can often highlight a struggle in ways few others can. Like Nelson Mandela, who died in December at age 95, Pete Seeger was a great communicator for whom principles mattered more than anything else. He was a true American and world citizen and we’re better off for the contributions he made during his long life. With contributions from David Suzuki Foundation Senior Editor Ian Hanington. Learn more at www.davidsuzuki.org.

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Aeriosa performance the culmination of a magical week ANA POLLO

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For Aeriosa aerial dance ensemble and Revelstoke’s dance enthusiasts, Saturday was the last sparklings of what was a magical week of all things Aeriosa. After the video presentation, workshops and open rehearsals Revelstoke was ready and eager for their performance. The show opened with a sparse set; two single ropes hanging off centre, low lighting and a simple lighting deco that resembled stars projected as a background. Down tempo minimalist music supported the slow and buoyant mood of the first piece called Unfinished — later announced by artistic director, Julia Taffe. It was a look at the complexities of “rigging,” the technical part of the art using the ropes to get different effects and uses. The three dancers went through many different ways to rig one another by way of dance. Several quite different vignettes were divided by Taffe’s narration. She explained that the show would be a multi-media piece combining aerial dance, contemporary dance and clips of where the aerial dance really shines — on the side of high profile sky scrapers from Toronto to Taipei. What is interesting about presenting their work this way is that

you see the many layers it takes to get them off the ground. Like slowly turning the pages of an artist’s sketchbook seeing how an image or idea has grown, each creation slowly unfolded into the next. The first piece gave an appreciation for the know-how and team effort it takes to make sure they are safe. The following contemporary dance pieces were announced as “the seeds” to the work in harnesses. Julia created a contemporary choreography first in order to really understand the heart of the dance and then applied that to the ropes. The more notable of the two contemporary pieces was “cedar roots,” an intriguing unfolding of three dancers bodies made to look like one. Creating intricate and engaging shapes growing out continuously from the centre of a multi-limbed deity. Bathed in a red light this piece was stunning. The next high ropes piece brought in youth and adult attendees of the workshops they held. A sea of bodies rolling across the stage underneath the spinning, roped trio accompanied by lighting that cast shadows of the dancers along the walls of the theatre was a peak moment. The segment held in the theatre ended with a prancing, flute playing billy goat named Abby (the groups rigger) leading us out into the atrium to watch the final exposition.

Aeriosa rehearses in the atrium of Revelstoke Secondary School last Thursday, prior to their big show on Saturday. Alex Cooper/Revelstoke Times Review

Done with bungee ropes, which by nature and with upbeat electropop music was much more energetic and bursting with the fun of being airborne. The harnesses they used were full-bodied, cleverly disguised by purple jumpers with open backs where they attached. Two silver rock shaped props were used as static objects to dance and tumble off of. Standing dancers, would launch them into beautiful spirally flips and catch them just in time. The end of the night came with

Columbia Shuswap Regional District NOTICE OF PARCEL TAX ROLL The Columbia Shuswap Regional District has prepared the 2014 parcel tax roll as required by Section 202 of the Community Charter. The parcel tax roll lists the parcels eligible to be taxed for the following services and will be available for inspection commencing February 11, 2014: Electoral Area B • Galena Shores Waterworks • Trout Lake Electric Electoral Area C • Cedar Heights Waterworks • Copperview Waterworks • Eagle Bay Estates Waterworks • MacArthur Heights/Reedman Heights Waterworks • Sorrento Waterworks • South Shuswap Liquid Waste Management • Waverly Park Water Users Loan

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The parcel tax roll may be viewed at the Columbia Shuswap Regional District office, 781 Marine Park Drive NE, Salmon Arm BC, Monday through Friday between the hours of 9:00 am and 4:00 pm. Property owners may request a correction to the parcel tax roll only with respect to their own property and only for the following reasons: 1. there is an error or omission respecting a name or address on the parcel tax roll; 2. there is an error or omission respecting the inclusion of a parcel; 3. an exemption has been improperly allowed or disallowed. Requests for an amendment to the parcel tax roll must be received in writing and received at the address below no later than 4:00 PM on Monday February 24, 2014. Peter Jarman, Manager of Financial Services PH: 250 833-5908 pjarman@csrd.bc.ca

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flowers thanking the group for all the experience they brought to the community. Part of Aeriosa’s mission is to make dance accessible to all walks of life through free or low-cost performances, workshops and talks. Any way to engage they can is an honourable and purist approach to sharing the art. We can definitely say in Revelstoke they were true to their beliefs. The most appealing aspect of the dancers was they were all so approachable and over-joyed to

share their experiences and skills with their audience and workshop participants. The youth workshop that starred 10 eager giggling gals were treated as peers and gently pushed to go beyond what they thought was possible. At the end of the performance I heard many members of the audience mention how it inspired them to go reignite their love of dance or take it further, with that we can say that the goal of Aeriosa’s enchanting visit was greatly fulfilled.

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The Rocky Mountain District of the Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure is creating its list of registered Equipment for Hire in the Selkirk Service Area for the fiscal year 2014/2015, which begins April 1, 2014. This area includes Perry River east to Golden and south to Brisco on Highway 95 (not including Glacier National Park), and Revelstoke north to Mica Creek and south to Trout Lake on Highway 23. All individuals or companies registered this past year through the District Office in Revelstoke will be receiving invitations to re-register their equipment for the coming fiscal year by mail by the end of February. Any individuals or companies who were not registered in 2013, but wish to have their equipment listed, are hereby invited to contact the District Office, either in person or by phone, to obtain the appropriate registration forms. Note that while you do not need to have Commercial (Comprehensive) General Liability Insurance or up-to-date WorkSafeBC coverage to register, you will have to meet these requirements prior to working on any ministry projects. Only owned or lease-to-own equipment is eligible for registration. Equipment can only be registered in one area in any given year. Seniority is not transferable from area to area. The deadline for new registrations is 4:30 p.m. on Friday, March 21, 2014. Late registrations will be accepted, but may appear at the bottom of the open list. Note that there is no charge for registering new equipment or for changing or removing equipment information already listed.

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Movie rentals are back in Revelstoke after Dave Kaegi opened Columbia River DVD at Cooper's Grocery. The red kiosk, located near the entrance way, carries a selection of DVD and Blu-Ray discs that can be rented for $1.99/day for a DVD or $2.49/day for a Blu-Ray. The kiosk carries 250 discs and there are multiple copies of some movies, so there are about 100 movies across all genres available, said Kaegi.

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An Alberta man was arrested after fleeing from police in an attempt to avoid having his vehicle impounded for speeding. The incident happened on the Trans-Canada Highway

near Revelstoke on Sunday, Feb. 9, at around 1 p.m. when RCMP stopped two vehicles traveling in tandem more than 40 kilometres per hour over the speed limit. When one of the drivers learned his vehicle would be impounded, he fled from police

eastbound on the highway. He didn't go far — while conducting patrols, RCMP found the vehicle and driver hiding in a highways maintenance crew shed near Albert Canyon. The 21-year-old was arrested and charged with dan-

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gerous operation of a motor vehicle and excessive speeding. Police are also recommending a charge of escaping lawful custody to Crown counsel. RCMP are using the incident to remind people that excessive speeding carries a fine

of $368 to $483 and carries a mandatory seven-day vehicle impoundment period, plus the bill from the towing company to get your vehicle back. Revelstoke RCMP issued three tickets for excessive speeding that day.

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ADMINISTRATION NOTICE OF PROPERTY DISPOSITION In accordance with the requirements of the Community Charter, Revelstoke City Council hereby gives notice of its intention to lease room 030 at the Revelstoke Courthouse to the Revelstoke Snowmobile Club, for a two year term at $3,478.54 per year plus taxes. This property is located at 1123 Second Street West and is legally described as Lot 1, Plan NEP19536. Tim Palmer Director of Corporate Administration

DEVELOPMENT SERVICES NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING Please be advised that a Public Hearing will be held in Council Chambers located in Suite 102 – 103 Second Street East on Tuesday, February 25, 2014 at 2:30 p.m. APPLICANT:

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To Amend Zoning Bylaw No, 1264, 1984 to include the Bed and Breakfast use in the R1, R1A, R2 and R2A residential zoning districts, to add parking regulations for Bed and Breakfast use and to amend the Bed and Breakfast use definition to prohibit the use in conjunction with a Secondary Suite.

All persons who feel that their interest may be affected by the proposed Bylaw shall be afforded an opportunity to be heard or to present written submission at the Public Hearing. The file for the proposed Bylaw is available for review in the Development Services Office, City Hall, 216 Mackenzie Avenue, between the hours of 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday, excluding holidays to 2:30 p.m. on Tuesday, February 25, 2014. If you have any questions or require further information, please contact the Development Services Department at (250) 837-3637. Dean Strachan, MCIP, RPP Manager of Development Services

PUBLIC WORKS The Masquerade on Saturday night was one of the biggest parties of the winter, with a sold out crowd of costumed revellers dancing it up at the Traverse all night. The party once again showcased Revelstoke’s creativity and penchant for dressing up. Alex Cooper photography

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HEAVY DUTY EQUIPMENT JOURNEYMAN MECHANIC The City of Revelstoke is accepting resumes for a Heavy Duty Equipment Journeyman Mechanic.

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Applications will be accepted by Darren Komonoski, Operations Manager of Public Works up to and including February 14, 2014 at 3:00pm. Appointment to the position will be effective March 3, 2014, on the selection of an acceptable applicant. This is a C.U.P.E. bargaining unit position with a competitive benefits package. The successful applicant will be evaluated during a 20 work-day trial period. This position involves skilled mechanical work requiring considerable judgment and independent action in performing a variety of shop tasks, repairs, service and maintenance of medium and heavy duty trucks, construction equipment and machinery. The applicant must possess a Certificate of qualifications as a Heavy Duty Equipment Journeyman Mechanic complete with Interprovincial Standards Certificate and supplemented by shop courses or technical training and considerable experience related to general repair on gas and diesel equipment; or an equivalent combination of education, training and experience. The successful applicant must have a class three (3) drivers license with Air ticket. A job description is available at the Public Works Office at 1200 E. Victoria Road.

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Please submit your resume to Darren Komonoski, Operations Manager, 1200 E. Victoria Road or email to dkomonoski@revelstoke.ca no later than 3:00 p.m. Friday February 14, 2014. The City of Revelstoke thanks all applicants for their interest in applying for this position; however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted. For further information please contact The City of Revelstoke Public Works Department at 250-837-2001.

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1 The Society Snow & Skate rail jam shifted from downtown to the new rail park at Revelstoke Mountain Resort this year. Riders went one after another down the series of four rails, looking to impress the judges and the large crowd that watched from the sidelines. 2 Kat Chabot and her dog Moon take part in the Best in Show competition, which was won by Tesla. 3 Rory Camm is interviewed by Jean-Marc Laflamme during the Tournament of Chumps costume parade on Sunday. Camm’s circa 1910 outfit and 1960s touring skis earned him second prize. 4 There was some fun times and fun names at the Stoke FM mini-golf pub crawl. 5 A youngster stares up at the giant Parks Canada beaver mascot during the Starlight Snowshoe in Mount Revelstoke National Park on Sunday.

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THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 13

WINTER STORYTIME Songs, stories and

activities for 3–5-year-olds. At the Revelstoke library from 1:15—2 p.m. PUNK ROCK BINGO Bingo goes punk, a fundraiser for the Revelstoke Adaptive Sports Program. Bingo cards are $3 each or 6 for $15. At the Big Eddy Pub at 7 p.m. GOOD FOR GRAPES Live at the Last Drop at 9 p.m. Part of the Frostbite Music Series. DUBCONSCIOUS gives a reggae vibe to jungle and drum n bass music. Live at the Traverse at 10 p.m.

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 14

WINTER STORY TIME AND TODDLER TIME Stories and songs for caregivers and

their toddlers aged 3–4-years-old. At the Revelstoke library every Friday at 9:15 a.m. and 10:15 a.m. Call the library at 250-8375095 to register. MUSEUM DATE NIGHT Celebrate Valentine’s Day with a date at the museum. REVELSTOKE GRIZZLIES vs. Kamloops Storm at the Revelstoke Forum. 7 p.m. DROP-IN CURLING Come out for some curling. The club provides equipment and instruction – you just need to bring yourself. From 7–11 p.m. at the Revelstoke Curling Club (next to the Forum).

WILLHORSE Southern rock, with a

northern twist from the Golden, B.C., quartet. Live at the Last Drop at 9 p.m.

ANTI VALENTINE’S DAY WITH SWEATSHOP UNION Canadian hip hop collective mixes it up at the Traverse Lounge starting at 10 p.m.

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 15

SENIORS’ VALENTINES TEA Everyone is welcome to the Valentine’s Tea at the Revelstoke Seniors’ Centre from 1–3 p.m. $6. DEL BARBER This independent folk, folk rock and alt-country performer is a Juno Award nominee. Live at Benoit’s Wine Bar at 9 p.m. Part of the Frostbite Music Series.

FEBRUARY 15–16

ASH GRUNWALD Genre-bending Aussie

musician Ash Grunwald creates blues, hiphip, electronica, rock, punk and soul plays two nights at the Last Drop Pub on Feb. 15 and Feb. 16. Live at the Last Drop at 9 p.m. Tickets are $10, available in advance at the pub.

TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 18

WOMEN’S CANCER SUPPORT GROUP

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At the Regent Hotel Lounge at 1 p.m. For more information call Ginger at 250-837-4129 or Bev at 250-837-4898.

DELHI 2 DUBLIN

India meets Ireland as this dance band blends Bhangra rhythms with hip hop beats and Celtic fiddle. Live at the Traverse at 9 p.m. Tickets are $15, available at Free Spirit Sports.

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 20

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chance to stock up on some local produce, baked goods and other fare. At the community centre from 12–5 p.m. WINTER STORYTIME Songs, stories and activities for 3–5-year-olds. At the Revelstoke library from 1:15—2 p.m. OH MY DARLING This female roots quartet will play a night of sweet country music. Live at the Big Eddy Pub at 9 p.m. Part of the Frostbite Music Series. WINDBORN Live at the Last Drop at 9 p.m. February 21-22. FREE N EASY PARTY At the Last Drop at 9 p.m.

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 21

WINTER STORY TIME AND TODDLER TIME Stories and songs for caregivers and

their toddlers aged 3–4-years-old. At the Revelstoke library every Friday at 9:15 a.m. and 10:15 a.m. Call the library at 250-8375095 to register. ROLLER DERBY INFO NIGHT The Revelstoke Roller Derby League is hosting an information night for people interested in joining in on the action. Come out the Last Drop from 7–9 p.m. to find out more. REVELSTOKE GRIZZLIES vs. Sicamous Eagles at the Revelstoke Forum. 7 p.m. DROP-IN CURLING Come out for some curling. The club provides equipment and instruction – you just need to bring yourself. From 7–11 p.m. at the Revelstoke Curling Club (next to the Forum).

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 22

RAILWAY REFLECTIONS Join retired

railroaders at the fifth annual Heritage Week event and enjoy a multi-media presentation on CPR facilities on the Revelstoke division in the 1950s by Doug Mayer of the Revelstoke Model Railroad Club. At the Revelstoke Railway Museum from 1–3 p.m. ROD & GUN CLUB BANQUET Annual hunting and fishing banquet, with loads of wild game and other food to eat, auctions, prizes, drinks, entertainment and fun. At the

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night is an opportunity for local musicians to play in a relaxed and friendly environment. At the United Church at 7:30 p.m. Want to perform? Signs up start at 7 p.m. Entry is $3, and coffee and treats will be served.

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SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 23

LONGING FOR MAGGIE Songwriter and string player Denis Severino’s newest project. Live at the Last Drop at 9 p.m.

MONDAY, FEBRUARY 24

LUKE GUTHRIE BAND Modern rockabilly and urban roots band plays live at the Last Drop at 9 p.m.

TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 25

WEBSITE WORKSHOP FOR SENIORS

Learn how to use the library’s website and catalogue. You’ll be amazed at what you can find out from the comfort of your own home. At the library from 1–3 p.m.

COMMON THREADS KNITTING CLUB

Drop-in to the Revelstoke library for tea and company while you work on your knitting, crocheting, cross-stitching and anything else. Goes from 7–9 p.m. INCREDIBLE EDIBLE FILM FEST Presents Tailwinds – Prairie Harvest, a film that follows Steve Langston has he cycles around Manitoba consuming only food sourced from within the province. At the community centre at 7 p.m. DAMN FOOLS A Vancouver sextet who aims to play rock and roll music like it was during its glory days. Live at the Last Drop at 9 p.m.

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Last-second loss leaves Grizz winless COURTNEY KALER

Special to the Times Review

Cody and Kent Hendrickson press for the Revelstoke Grizzlies lone goal against the 100 Mile Mavis Cann/Revelstoke Times Review House Wranglers on Saturday.

The Grizzlies came extremely close to splitting four points this weekend. The Grizzlies travelled to Chase to take on the Heat on Tuesday, Feb. 4, and lost 7-1 with the Grizzlies goal scored by Brodie Buhler. The Grizzlies travelled to Summerland to take on the Steam on Friday, Feb. 7 and really struggled out of the gate that night, losing 7-2. This time the Grizz goals

came from Kenny Batke and Matt Lucero. On Saturday, Feb. 8, the Grizzlies hosted the 100 Mile House Wranglers in what was an extremely exciting game. Both teams exchanged some great plays but 100 Mile got on the board first, scoring at 11:58 of the second period. The Grizzlies never gave up. They battled hard and Cody Hendrickson found the back of the net to tie the game at 9:30 of the

third period. Just when fans thought the game was heading to overtime, the Wranglers found a way to sneak one past Matt Mitchell with 0.6 seconds left in the game for a 2-1 win. The Grizzlies next game is a home game on Friday, Feb. 14, when they host the Kamloops Storm. It's Valentine's Day, so bring your Valentine and enjoy the game. The game is also your last chance to vote for Fan Favourite.

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New coach brings big credentials to Revelstoke Ski Club BC Alpine. He was hired by BC Alpine as the head development coach for the men’s and women’s provincial teams. He then became the head coach of the women’s team, a position he held for four years. “Once I got to Canada, I fell in love with B.C.,” he said. “But after six years with the provincial team I wanted to try other things in life.” And that’s where Revelstoke Ski Club’s head coach Ned Lazarevic comes in. “I always liked Revelstoke, though I hadn’t spent any time here, and I knew Ned,” Družina explains. “Ned knew I was available and he’s a good negotiator.

He’s pretty insistent.” Družina had long recognized the potential of Revelstoke Mountain Resort as a training ground, and knew he could work well with the head coach. “Ned is a good organizer and he has a passion for the sport,” he explained. “And a mountain like this is a huge opportunity for a club. With the diversity of terrain we have here, this is an amazing place to learn how to ski. In so many other racing clubs, all the kids do is training, training all the time. Here we train and we have this amazing free skiing. This makes it easy to develop a love for the sport.”

Coach Druzina also speaks highly of the resort management. “Our relationship is amazing compared to many resorts I’ve worked or raced at. They’re very supportive and cooperative.” Although he’s been at the centre of a very exciting lifestyle, coaching top athletes and travelling year-round for races and training, Coach Druzina is looking forward to staying in one place for a while. “I like this community,” he said. “It’s a slower pace than I’m used to but it’s very friendly, and I like that I see many older people skiing, so you know that sport is in the culture.”

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The use of pesticides is intended within the area to which the pest management plan applies. The purpose of the proposed Pest Management Plan (PMP) is to treat wood structures with pesticides (“wood preservatives”) to protect and increase their service life and ensure the reliability and safety of the electrical system. The wood structures include, poles and associated equipment and any wood structures eg. helipads, fences, sign posts, walkways and bridges. The PMP applies to those portions of the province-wide distribution, transmission and generation system that utilizes wood poles and structures and is owned or managed by BC Hydro. The BC Hydro service area encompasses all of British Columbia. The proposed duration of the PMP is from April 1, 2014 to March 31, 2019.

Mary Clayton Revelstoke Sk Club

One of the highlights of the current season for the Revelstoke Ski Club is acquiring Gregor Družina as our FIS coach, responsible for the development of our top racers. FIS stands for Fédération Internationale de Ski, which is the governing body for international skiing events. When our young athletes move up to FIS races, they’re hitting the big leagues. Their results are tabulated on the same scale as the best skiers in the world. It’s heady stuff. Coach Družina is no stranger to the big leagues. As head coach of the B.C. women’s team for six years, he helped groom some of the best female skiers in the country. Družina is from Maribor, Slovenia, a city famous for hosting World Cup GS and slalom races for more than 50 years. Slovenia is a mountainous

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country, famed in the ski racing world for producing Tina Maze, the current world champion in Super G and the winner of 23 World Cup races. “Ski racing is huge in Slovenia, it’s in our culture,” he says. “There’s lots of government support for good athletes and the best racers are national heroes.” As you would expect, Coach Družina grew up ski racing. “I began at age 6 and trained full time until I was 17,” he says. He left racing to pursue education in ski instruction and coaching, and acquiring degrees in economics and management from the University of Maribor. “When I finished university, I worked in marketing for a while but found office work wasn’t the best fit so I decided to go travelling with my coaching skills,” he said. After a coaching stint in New Zealand he moved to a position in Boise, Idaho, before catching the attention of

The trade names and active ingredients of the wood preservatives proposed for use under this plan include: copper naphthenate combined with sodium fluoride, Cop R Plastic or equivalent; copper naphthenate combined with borax, CuRap 20 or equivalent; copper napthenate, Cobra Wrap, CuNap-8 or equivalent; copper hydroxide, CuBor or equivalent; sodium fluoride, Pole Wrap or equivalent; metam sodium, Guardsman Post and Pole Fumigant 42% or equivalent; disodium octaborate tetrahydrate, Tim-Bor Professional, Impel rods, GenBor RTU, Boracol or equivalent; copper hydroxide, disodium octaborate tetrahydrate and boric acid in combination, CobraRods, Genics CuB or equivalent; copper hydroxide, disodium octaborate tetrahydrate, zinc and boric acid, no product name; permethrin, Dragnet or equivalent; propetamphos, Catalyst or equivalent; chorpyrifos, Dursban or equivalent. The proposed manners of applying the wood preservatives include: external bandage treatments, internal liquid, powder, foam and gel treatments, external liquid treatments (brush on), internal solid treatments (rods). Other management methods include stubbing and replacing wood poles and when installing new poles using pre treated poles and using plastic liners. A draft copy of the proposed PMP may be examined in detail at: http://www.bchydro.com/safety-outages/ trees-power-lines/managing-weeds-insects/wood-pole-treatment.html or in person at 1401 Kalamalka Lk Rd, Vernon BC; 18475 128th St, Surrey BC; 3333 22nd Ave, Prince George BC; or 1155 McGill Rd, Kamloops BC. A person wishing to contribute information about a proposed treatment site, relevant to the development of the pest management plan, may send copies of the information to the applicant at the address above within 30 days of the publication of this notice.

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Simon Blackie leads way for Nordic club at midget championships MATT SMIDER

Revelstoke Nordic Ski Club

The Revelstoke Nordic Ski Team competed in a successful BC Midget Championships this past weekend at Larch Hills Nordic Ski Club in Salmon Arm. 215 competitors from all across B.C. and a Washington team competed at the event. Only athletes born between 2001 and 2004 were eligible to compete in what is known by many as "the most fun race of the year". Cool weather necessitated a delayed start time to allow for temperatures to climb above the -15C cutoff for competition. Once things got underway, athletes competed in a two kilometre interval start classic race. The afternoon saw four-person relay teams race around a 1.5-kilometre loop, with the first two legs classical technique and the final two legs skating technique. On Sunday, athletes ripped around the stadium area competing in the head-to-head 300-metre skate sprint event. The BC Midget Championships is run in a ski tournament format where teams collect points for participating, top placings and outstanding technique.  Overall, Revelstoke Nordic placed seventh out of 16 teams

competing in the event; quite impressive for a club of it's size. The team was led by veteran Simon Blackie, who collected two silver medals in the highly competitive 2001 male category and dominated the first leg of the boys relay. Here is a list of top results from the 15 competing Revelstokians: Saturday - 2km classic 2nd - Simon Blackie, 2001 Boys 4th - Nelson Luxmoore, 2003 Boys* 4th - Francesco Morrone, 2004 Boys 5th - Elliot Wilson, 2004 Boys 6th - Alexandra Luxmoore, 2004 Girls 8th - Jaclyn Elliott, 2003 Girls 10th - Arianna Morrone, 2003 Girls Sunday - 300m sprints 2nd - Simon Blackie, 2001 Boys 6th - Nelson Luxmoore, 2003 Boys 8th - Elliot Wilson, 2004 Boys 8th - Alexandra Luxmmore, 2004 Girls 10th - Jaclyn Elliott, 2003 Girls * Nelson Luxmoore was awarded a technique award for his outstanding skate technique during the sprint event. "Our skiers had an impressive showing at their season's highlight event," said coach Matt Smider. "It was amazing to see all our skiers

Simon Blackie, pictured with his mom Lucie Bergeron, shows off one of two silver medals he won at the B.C. Midget Championships near Salmon Arm last weekend. Sarah Newton/Revelstoke Nordic Ski Club

pushing their limits and having a superb time doing so." Older members of the Revelstoke Nordic Team will be competing in the Western Champion-

Callaghan Valley. The BC Championships take place at the end of February in Kelowna. Lots of race to come - stay tuned.

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TRAINING before February 28 at www.collegemhc organizaton and supervision of the operaton of Halcyon accordance.com, with applicable policies and procedures. Responsible for collaboratng in theHouse planning,in organizing Mental Health Counsellor Certificate/Diploma, Recogand directng provision of excellence in the delivery of tenant centred to care. organizing licable policies andtheprocedures. Responsible for collaboratng inapproach the planning, nized Available: Supervision, Responsible for overall assessment, determinaton of tenant status, care planning, Insurance, Emdirectng the provision of evaluaton excellence in the of tenant centred approach toMembership, care. interventons and care when tasksdelivery are delegated. Maintains and provides ployment/Placement Assistance, Client Referrals. ponsibledocumentaton for overall assessment, determinaton of tenant status, care planning, and records related to the operaton. START NOW! Complete Minrventons care evaluaton tasksoperatons, are delegated. Maintains and provides istry approved Diplomas in The and Site Manager is responsiblewhen for general personnel supervision, clinical months! Business, Health umentaton and records related to the supervision, tenant responsibilites, socialoperaton. programs and quality and assurance planning. Care and more! Contact Academy of Learning College: 1-855-354-JOBS (5627) or Requirements: Site Manager is responsible for general operatons, personnel supervision, clinical www.academyoflearning.com o Completon of a recognized training program of Licensed Practcal Nurses We Change Lives! ervision, tenant responsibilites, social programs and quality and assurance planning. o Current licensure with the BC College of Practcal Nurses o Food Safe Level I o First Aid North Enderby Timber is o Minimum of 4 years of experience in a combinaton of AcutePractcal Care Setng and looking to hire for various o Completon of a recognized training program of Licensed Nurses sawmill positions including experience in a Long Term Care setng Heavy Duty Mechanic o Current with the BC College of an Practcal Nurses o licensure Some supervisory/leadership experience asset (Journeyman or Apprentice). Millwright and Fabricator. We o Physical o Food Safe Levelability I to carry out the dutes of this positon offer competitive wages along o No criminal record o First Aid with a comprehensive benefit package. Please fax o Minimum of 4 years in ademonstrated combinaton of toAcute Care Setng andto 250-838-9637. Successful candidate will beofa experience team player, with ability communicate resume

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effectvely within tenants, family, theCare public,setng medical staff and members of the team. experience a Long Term o Some supervisory/leadership asset 19, 2014. To apply please submit resume byexperience 4:00 pm onan February o Physical ability to carry out the dutes of this positon Mail: Halcyon Assisted Living Society o No criminal record Box 100

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