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Time to engage province City will not spend more on culls C AROLYN GR ANT editor@dailybulletin.ca

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Zoe Chore of the Kimberley Alpine Team racing at Purden Mountain near Prince George at the U16 Provincials, where she placed fifth overall. Team members will be racing in Kimberley this week at the FIS Keurig Super G and Downhill March 2 to 7. The races includes a night slalom Thursday at 6 p.m. Come on up and take in some races.

Dueck heads to Sochi after win C AROLYN GR ANT editor@dailybulletin.ca

The Paralympic Games in Sochi, Russia are underway and Kimberley’s Josh Dueck is heading in filled with confidence after a great showing at the World Cup finals in Italy last week. Dueck took a first in the Super G and the Super Combined as well as sixth in the Downhill last week at teh World Cup Finals. Dueck keeps his followers updated on his website joshdueck.com, but it will not be updated while he is in Sochi as he is not allowed to post anything that might even remotely be considered mentioning his sponsors, so his website goes into

a Paralympic blackout. Just before the deadline he posted this: “This ski season has been filled with challenges and many learning opportunities for me. My ever expanding curiosity for refining my approach to how I come down the mountains has been a bit of an evil mistress. Some days I feel like an absolute champion and others I am faced with deep contemplations as to what on earth I am doing? “The great news is that thanks to the support of all the coaches and support staff at Alpine Canada I have been able to work through all of these challenges to be in a position of great stoke as we move forward to Sochi.”

The decision by Kimberley City Council to take future deer culls out of the city’s budget for the next few years had nothing to do with any warnings from the Animal Alliance out of Toronto about negative publicity and everything to do with what the city can afford, says Mayor Ron McRae. Council voted at a budget meeting last week that no more money would be dedicated to deer culls in the upcoming budget. “We had to make a number of decisions and recommendations around future financial plans,” McRae said. “At the same time we are striving to maintain the one million dollar surplus/contingency fund.” At the root of it is a feeling that it’s time for the province to step to step forward with

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New fitness centre New life for former Legion building C AROLYN GR ANT editor@dailybulletin.ca

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Josh Dueck on the podium at Tarvisio, Italy just prior to departing for Sochi. Dueck races the Downhill, March 8, the Super G on the 9th, the Super Combined on the 11th, the Sla-

lom on the 13th and the GS on March 15.

more assistance for communities struggling with urban deer problems. Kimberley and other communities have been lobbying for years to convince the province that deer are a provincial matter. “It’s time that the various stakeholders come together with a collective voice and engage the province around shared responsibilities for deer,” McRae said. “I am hearing from local taxpayers that they are less and less comfortable with using tax dollars to manage urban deer.” At last September’s Union of B.C. Municipalities conference a provincial task force was promised, but McRae says there has been no word on progress on that. He said that locally, Elkford, Cranbrook, Kimberley and Invermere representatives will meet to look at all kinds of options, including research on translocation.

The former Royal Canadian Legion building in Kimberley was purchased by Kent and Aaron Lees, owners of the Sullivan Pub, shortly after the Legion Branch closed. However, aside from an exterior facelift, the building has sat empty for three years. That is about to change. “We have had a lot of people asking us what we are dong with the Legion building so we thought we’d better get the word out,” Kent said.

And that word, or words, is fitness centre. The Lees have been working on a business plan for several years, visiting fitness centres around the province to see what works and what doesn’t. “We were working on gym layout and design with a company out of Vancouver, when we found out Black Bear was opening up a gym, so we shelved the idea,” Kent said. “We didn’t want to be the second one in.” But things have changed the Lees brothers have decided the time is right, now that Black Bear is closed and Curves as well. See FITNESS, page 3


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Skate Club turns 60

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It’s estimated that more than 10,000 kids have learned to skate with the Cranbrook Skating Club over the past 60 years. And a goodly portion of them were in attendence at the Club’s 60th anniversary show “Celebrating the Decades” at Western Financial Place on Saturday, March 1. Almost 200 skaters from clubs around the East Kootenay gathered to showcase the art and sport of skating, from three-year-old pre-beginners to accomplished senior soloists. Also in attendance were Keelee Gingrich and Davin Portz, the 2014 Canadian Novice Pairs Champions crowned earlier this year. Gingrich and Portz peformed two high level routines during the course of the evening. Also taking skating to a “new level” were famous local charitable comedic rivals Ken

Bridge and Steve Mercandelli, who donned wigs and tutus and cut some serious ice with coaches Daniela Hewison and Cindy Armstong in a genderbending routine. Visiting clubs included the Columbia Valley Skating Club from Invermere, the Fernie Skating Club, the Elkford Skating Club, and the North Star Skating Club from Kimberley. Featured soloists were Geneve Miller, Chloe Pitre, Jessica Hewison and Darrien Armstrong. Other groups involved who took the ice were the members of the CanSkate program, the IntroStar Skaters, the pre-CanSkaters, the CanSkate Award Winners, the program assistants, the Star Skaters, the Power Skaters and the “Dads, Dudes and Daughters.” The Cranbrook Bugle Band also performed. Barry Coulter photos

Keelee Gingrich and Davin Portz

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Kimberley Alpine Team Kimberley Alpine Team (KAT) Hit all Corners of the Province; this week it’s Kimberley

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Bryce Perpelitz of the Dynamiters was recognized as the Top Defenceman in the Eddie Mountain Division for 2013-2014.

New fitness centre for Kimberley From Page 1 A manager and fitness trainer, Chris Finlin has been hired. Chris is a registered massage therapist and a registered fitness trainer. He knows a little something about training, having trained for the Olympic in speed skating. He is anxious to get started. The building itself is perfect for a fitness centre, Kent says. It’s accessible, has plenty of parking and is built of solid concrete, which will allow for heavy workouts. “If your workout involves throwing a medicine ball or tractor tires, this building can take it,” Kent said. “It’s nicely laid out with a hallway so people won’t be walking right into your workout, so

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The new fitness centre will open in a couple of months. you can concentrate on what you are doing and not be interrupted.” The layout allows for a ladies only section, as well as a coed. The building is 6,000 square feet, with 1,000 square feet dedicated to a studio space for classes. There are further plans for a juice bar and possibly virtual golf in the winter.

The fitness centre will open in two to three months. “We don’t want to open until we can show a finished product,” Kent said. When it does open, the business will offer memberships or drop in rates, classes and personal training. Stay tuned, fitness lovers.

MADD Canada multi-media contest Are you creative? Graphically-inclined? Do you think you can direct a movie? Do you have a way with words? MADD Canada wants you to enter your production for the Annual Multi-Media Contest or enter the MADD Canada National Poster Contest. Deadline May 1, 2014 This year’s production must focus on youth taking action and realizing that they have the power to stop the damage caused by impaired driving! There are four categories to choose from:

Short Film/Presentation Audio Public Service Announcement Multi-Media Public Service Announcement Poster (categories are 10 years and under and 11 to 14 years) You could win $500 and be featured in MADD Canada’s National Campaign 911 Program! For more information and to enter, please visit http://www.madd.ca/ madd2/en/services/youth_services_ contests.html

Kimberley Alpine Team athletes hit all corners of the province last week. Nancy Greene Racers travelled to Kicking Horse Resort in Golden, U14 racers participated in BC Winter Games at Hemlock Valley and U16 athletes skied at Purden, near Prince George for their provincials.

Young Kimberley Ski Racers Perform in Golden

Twelve ski racers from Kimberley Alpine Team participated at the Kicking Horse Nancy Greene Invitational Race. Ski Clubs from Kimberley, Lake Louise, Revelstoke, Fernie and Golden attended the race. The race consisted of a Giant Slalom course and in spite of the very strong competition, the Kimberley racers held Kimberley’s name up high by performing very well at the race. Results Hailey Pasula - 1st place – girls age 4 Alek Damnjanovic - 3rd place – boys age 6 Katarina Damnjanovic - 1st place – girls age 7 Brayden Pasul 2nd place – boys age 7 Brendan du Preez - 5th place – boys age 8 Jorja Look - 5th place – girls age 8 Avery Blair - 1st place – girls age 9 Trent Walkley - 6th place – boys age 9 Charlize du Preez - 1st place – girls age 10 Georgia Polomski - 2nd place – girls age 10 Taya Woods - 3rd place – girls age 10 Brendon Hoechsmann - 2nd place – boys age 10 Three U14 Kimberley Alpine Team members travelled to Hemlock Valley Resort to

The Nancy Greene team at Golden last weekend.

compete in the alpine ski events for the BC Winter Games on Feb 21st to 23rd. Emma Damm placed 16th in the slalom and giant slalom and 11th in the skier cross. Jamie Casselman and Ethan Blair competed in the U14 slalom, however mother nature and a broken chair lift interfered and the boys did not get to race their giant slalom and skier cross race. As disappointing as it was for the boys, they still had a fun experience flying to Mission with their Kootenay zone team and spending a weekend with ski racers from across the province. These U14 athletes look forward to BC provincials which will be held in Sun Peaks in mid March. Three U16 racers went to Purden Mountain outside of Prince George for their provincial show down. Zoe Chore, Bronwyn Damm and Katie Clark were

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amongst 69 athletes from all over BC. The six days of racing consisted of two days of super g, two days of giant slalom and two days of slalom. Zoe Chore placed 5th in the province and her best result was 3rd in slalom. Katie Clark’s best result was 33rd in gs. Bronwyn Damm’s best result was 39th in slalom. Former Kimberley Alpine Team Members are also doing well. Indy Sherret has been invited to compete in her first World Cup Ski Cross in Sweden later this month. This is an opportunity for her to test her meddle against the world’s best, but more this is an opportunity for her to learn. Rebecca Bermel and Gina Norton are competing in their own backyard at Kimberley Alpine Resort in the FIS Keurig Super G and Downhill March 2nd to 7th. Over 90 athletes from Canada, Ireland,

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Japan, New Zealand, and USA will be racing super g, downhill and slalom. This will be the first speed event for this age group and it will be used as a training opportunity. In addition to the day racing, a night slalom race will take place Thursday March 6th at 6pm. Though crowds of 45,000 like they recently saw in Norway, are not expected in Kimberley it will be a great event to come out and watch. Kimberley Alpine Team has been in operation since 1987. The club provides fall and winter programs for developing the love of skiing in children from the ages 4 to 19 with operations based at the Kimberley Alpine Ski Resort. For more information go to www.KimberleyAlpineTeam.ca

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This week’s poll: “Do the Kimberley Dynamiters have the team to go all the way in the KIJHL playoffs?” Log on to www.dailybulletin.ca to make your vote count. This web poll is informal. It reflects opinions of site visitors who voluntarily participate. Results may not represent the opinions of the public as a whole. Black Press is not responsible for the statistical accuracy of opinions expressed here.


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Rockstar Farmer tour comes to Kimberley/Cranbrook For the Bulletin

What does it take to be a rockstar farmer? Is it producing $140,000 of vegetables on a tiny 1.5 acre farm? Producing healthy food for 200 families organically and using hand tools? Or is it just making a right livelihood for your family, in these times when family farms across the country are struggling and often failing? Rockstar farmer Jean-Martin Fortier does all of these things - and he is coming to Kimberley and Cranbrook in March on a Rockstar Farmer tour with The Young Agrarians to share his story and his secrets for small scale farming success. On March 12th in Cranbrook, Jean-Martin will lead Six Figure Farming for Small Lots, a full day workshop teaching his smart, intensive farming techniques married with smart business sense. And on March 11th at Centre 64 in Kimberley, Jean-Martin will give an evening presentation sharing the ten-year story of his micro-farm and explaining intensive growing techniques. “With local organic agriculture thriving across the country and here in the Kootenays,” said Shannon Duncan of Wildsight and Cranbrook Food Action Committee, “we are excited to bring one of

Canada’s leading organic, small-scale producers to town to share his knowledge. It’s great that people can choose between an allday, in-depth workshop to really get into the details of professional farming or an inspiring shorter evening presentation.” The full-day workshop, Six Figure Farming for Small Lots: how you can start a market garden and make it both productive and profitable—without a large acreage or big capital outlay, follows on the success of Jean-Martin’s book The Market Gardener, which sold more than 15,000 copies in French and is now available in English. Jean-Martin will discuss how to: set up a micro-farm & design biologically intensive cropping systems with negligible capital outlay. farm without a tractor and minimize fossil fuel inputs through the best hand tools, appropriate machinery, and minimum tillage. grow mixed vegetables systematically with attention to best practices for weed and pest management, crop yields, harvest periods and pricing. At the Kimberley evening presentation, Jean-Martin will share the story of his success as a young professional farmer. He’ll also give an overview of his lowtech, high yield production methods,

Information Package - Proposed Five Year Financial Plan (2014 – 2018) City Council invites participation regarding the proposed Financial Plan before it is adopted. Copies of the proposed 2014 – 2018 Five Year Financial Plan are available for pick up at City Hall or for download from the City website – www.cranbrook.ca and click on ‘Annual Reports’ under City of Cranbrook Links. Written submissions are invited from the public and must be received at City Hall by 4:00 pm Friday, March 7, 2014. Written submissions will be considered by Council at a Special Meeting on Tuesday, March 11, 2014.

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Learn about getting the most out of a small acreage when Jean-Martn Fortier visits Kimberley/ Cranbrook.

many of which can be used by gardeners everywhere, including soils and fertility, crop rotations, seeding, starting & transplanting, row covers and low tunnels, season extension techniques, weed control and more.

“With the Public Produce Garden a success in Cranbrook and the huge growth of the Farmer’s Market,” said Shannon Duncan, “we know there is a huge appetite out there for local food and local farming. Jean-Martin’s

workshops will be a perfect kickoff to another productive year for food in the area - a year in which Wildsight will launch a public produce garden and a farmer’s market in Kimberley.” The Rockstar Farm-

er tour is a series of five workshops across BC, put on by the Young Agrarians. Wildsight and the Cranbrook Food Action Committee are co-hosting the local events. Tickets for the March 12th full day workshop in Cranbro-

ok are available on a sliding scale from $45-$75 in advance, while admission to the March 11th evening presentation at Centre 64 in Kimberley at 7:30pm is by donation, with $10 suggested. More information and tickets for thefull-day workshop are available at youngagrarians.org/ jmf. Information on the evening presentation is available from wildsight.ca or 250427-2535x2. “If you’re serious about farming, I urge you to attend Jean-Martin Fortier’s workshops while he’s in BC. I have toured farms all over the west coast of North America, and I have yet to see anyone compare in production methods, soil management, crop health, product quality, and most importantly a balanced lifestyle” said Curtis Stone, farmer at Green City Acres in Kelowna.

ShelterBox remains active GR AHAM MANN For the Bulletin

ShelterBox CEO Alison Wallace is currently in the Philippines seeing for herself how ShelterBox aid is helping communities devastated by Typhoon Haiyan, what she describes as, “ShelterBox’s most testing disaster response ever”. ShelterBox Response Teams (SRT) continue to provide hands on assistance for those in need. To date 5183 families have been provided with shelter. SRT members are now helping to rebuild their livelihoods, particularly in the fishing industry. So far ShelterBox has sent aid to support over 4,500 families in Syria, Iraqi Kurdistan, Lebanon and Jordan. Our Operations team is forming partnerships in countries in the region to reach the most vulnerable families. ShelterBox are still taking Syria specific donations as we continue

to work in surrounding countries, if donors are looking to do a fundraiser or donate to an organization that is helping in Syria they can do so through ShelterBox Canada. SRT have distributed 1,450 ShelterBoxes to refugees of the Lebanon-Syria conflict. An additional 500 tents, 1000 blankets and 100 solar lamps have been provided, A ShelterBox Response Team (SRT) traveled to Indonesia February 6th to assess the needs of tens of thousands of people displaced by monsoon rains that have caused flooding in Jakarta and landslides in North Sulawesi province. More than 30,000 people have been forced to evacuate their homes in Jakarta, leaving all possessions behind, as the capital becomes more and more inundated from heavy rains.  On February 15th an additional ShelterBox Response

One ShelterBox provides all this for ten people.

Teams arrived in Indonesia to assess needs following the volcano eruption of Mount Kelud on the heavily

populated Island of Java. Donations at Kimberley’s Kootenay Savings Credit Union con-

tinue to come in following the amazing 2013 response for Haiyan Typhoon victims. Over $19,000 has been received to date for the Philippines. All 2013 tax receipts with a letter of sincere thanks have been sent out from ShelterBox Canada’s Toronto office. Any donors who have not heard from ShelterBox Canada should contact Graham Mann, Kimberley Rotary’s ShelterBox Ambassador at 250-427-5057 or gmann@shelterboxvolunteer.org Donations are gratefully accepted at the Kootenay Savings and Credit Union in Kimberley (cheques payable to Kimberley Rotary Club) or you can donate online at www.shelterboxcanada.org. There is also a donation jar at Grubstake Pizza.


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A Premature History What’s Up? of the Second Cold War KIMBERLEY AND CRANBROOK COMMUNITY CALENDAR

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he first mistake of the Ukrainian revolutionaries was to abandon the agreement of 23 February to create a national unity government, including some of the revolutionary leaders, that would administer the country until new elections in December. It would have left President Viktor Yanukovych in office until then, but with severely diminished powers, as the constitution would have been changed to restore the authority of parliament. Leaving a man who ordered the murder of dozens of protesters in power even temporarily was a bitter pill to swallow, but it had tacit Russian support because it saved President Vladimir Putin’s face. However, the crowds on Independence Square refused to accept the deal, and Yanukovych was forced to flee. Parliament subsequently ratified his removal, but it was the mob, and especially the right-wing fighting groups like Praviy Sektor, who led, and the leadership who followed. Putin was humiliated, and he was given the pretext for claiming that Ukraine had fallen to a “fascist coup” as a justification, however flimsy, for rejecting the legitimacy of the new Ukrainian government. The second grave error — and this one was entirely unforced — was the new government’s decision to repeal the law giving Russian equal status as an official language in provinces with large Russian-speaking populations. It delighted Ukrainian-speaking ultra-nationalists in the west of the country, but it needlessly alienated the two-fifths of Ukraine’s population who

speak Russian as their first language. So now Putin is bringing pressure on the new Ukrainian government by backing a secessionist movement in Crimea (where three-fifths of the people speak Russian). The rubber-stamp Russian parliament has also granted him authority to use Russian troops elsewhere in Ukraine to “protect” Russians — by which it seems to mean Ukrainians in eastern Ukraine who speak Russian, although they are not actually under attack. The Ukrainian army has been mobilised, and actual fighting could be only days Gwynne away if the Russians invade eastern Ukraine, or attack Dyer the encircled Ukrainian garrisons in Crimea. Maybe Putin is just bluffing; more likely, he doesn’t yet know himself how far he is willing to go. But one thing generally leads to another, and some bluffs are hard to walk away from. Are we on the brink of a new Cold War? It wouldn’t be a hot war, except in Ukraine. Nobody will send troops to defend Ukraine, nor should they. Nobody is in a position to stop Russia from conquering Ukraine if it chooses to, and turning it into a wider European war (or a world war) would not help matters. In any case, Moscow would probably not try to conquer ALL of Ukraine. Kyiv and the west would fight very hard, and after they were defeated they would continue to resist a Russian occupation with guerilla tactics, including terrorism. Putin doesn’t need that, so part of Ukraine would remain free, and call for outside help. It would come in the form of financial

and military aid, and maybe even what has hitherto been rigorously excluded from the discussion: NATO membership. And there Russia and everybody in NATO would sit for the next five or 10 or 20 years in a frozen confrontation that would include a trade embargo, an arms race, and a remote but real possibility of a nuclear war. This is not at all what Putin intends or expects, of course. He is calculating that once he controls the Russian-speaking parts of Ukraine, he will be able to enforce a restructuring of the country as a federation in which the government of the eastern, Russian-speaking part will be permanently under Russia’s thumb, and will have a veto on the decisions of the central government. That’s all Putin wants out of this: a Ukrainian government that always respects Russia’s wishes. It could even pursue a different policy on issues like human rights, if it wants (so long as it doesn’t give Russians ideas). He doesn’t want to micromanage the place. He’s not out to conquer the world. He’s not even out to re-conquer Eastern Europe. But Putin’s calculations about Ukraine have been wrong every single time since the turn of the century. He backed Yanukovych before 2004, and the Orange Revolution proved him wrong. He backed Yanukovych even more enthusiastically after 2010; the policy blew up in his face again. And here he is yet again, backing Yanukovych as the president-in-exile of his Russia-friendly fantasy version of Ukraine. His calculations are wrong. If he continues down this road, he will cause a quite needless political disaster.

Crown jewel on table in Cariboo

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he New Prosperity mineral deposit near Williams Lake is described by the industry as one of the largest in the world, containing 5.3 billion pounds of copper and 13.3 million ounces of gold. The Harper government’s decision to reject open-pit  mine development for a second time is seen by elected officials in the Cariboo region as a disaster.  One of Quesnel’s sawmills is preparing to close for good, and I’ve been told there is more to come as the post-pine beetle era unfolds.  Here in the B.C. capital, the decision is mainly viewed as a huge mistake. Taseko Mines is going to court to show that the federal panel used the wrong design when reviewing  the company’s  expensively revised plan. The province has permitted two successful mines that operate in the same area, one of which is run by Taseko.   In Ottawa, this is a Supreme Court of Canada test case over who owns the land and the mineral wealth underneath. In traditional Canadian law, the province owns it. This was highlighted in the recent discussion between B.C. Premier Christy Clark and Alberta’s Alison Redford over royalties from oil. Six aboriginal communities make up the Tsilhqot’in Nation,  which has  a long and bitter history of resistance against the

Crown. They almost won a declaration of title to 40,000 hectares known as the Nemiah Valley — forests, wild horses, minerals and all — in a 339-day trial that ended in 2007. Their case suffered a setback at the B.C. Court of Appeal, and is now before the highest court. Aboriginal rights have been established, but this would be the first clear title. Tsilhqot’in tribal chair Joe Alphonse was pleasantly surprised to see Taseko turned down again. He said the TsilhBC Views qot’in National Government is releasing its own mining Tom policies soon. Fletcher “We welcome opportunities to look at projects that are environmentally sound and we need economic opportunities,” Alphonse told the Williams Lake Tribune. Somehow efforts to move mine waste rock  from Teztan Biny (Fish Lake) to a sealed storage site two kilometres away are not enough to protect groundwater, although they are sufficient at the nearby Gibraltar and Mount Polley mines. And Alphonse makes it clear this mysterious environmental problem will be solved once he and his fellow chiefs have control of the resource. A Supreme Court of Canada ruling on aboriginal title is required to settle this. If some limited form of title is at last defined

for the treaty-less majority of B.C., or at least Tsilhqot’in territory, the fate of the mine may become clear. Conventional wisdom on this is that the mining company didn’t try hard enough to establish a working relationship with the Tsilhqot’in. For his part, Taseko CEO Russell Hallbauer says the chiefs refused to meet with him, which isn’t surprising from a group that doesn’t recognize the B.C. forests ministry either. Here’s a sample of the volume of evidence that may determine the future of B.C. Archeological studies presented at trial describe “18 roasting and/or pit depressions” at Teztan Biny. It’s not clear if these were for seasonal food preparation or for pit houses, which would indicate a more permanent settlement at the lake. Nor is it clear whether these “cultural depressions” have been identified as being of Tsilhqot’in origin. Oral histories are also uncertain. Tsilhqot’in witnesses testified that Teztan Biny has been used in the 20th century as a hunting and fishing camp. The mine was rejected due to ill-defined cultural as well as environmental concerns. B.C. residents could finally see some answers this year. Tom Fletcher is legislature reporter and columnist for Black Press.

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Ice age on the edge of town “The last ice-age continued for thou sands of years but I can’t wait that long. Pretty soon I’ll need to get to the library or those ladies down there will kill me.” My nameless neighbour

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he gentleman who usually delivers my mail — and will probably continue to do so until our local service is discontinued out of spite by Canada Post — left a hand-written note on the back of one of my bills. He wrote, “Let it snow! Let it snow!” I understood; as I used to be, he is an avid skier and therefore new snow spells fun. And it did snow, but it wasn’t going to be fun for me. Without announcing the fact, the City had apparently decided to jump ahead of Canada Post and stop the delivery of snow-plowing equipment in our neck of the city. At the crack of mid-morning the next day my neighbour Rod and I stood out there in the avenue up to our none-too-elegant waists in fresh, wet powder and discussed the situation like two reasonable men. “They only do the bus-routes,” explained Rod sagaciously. “Got to get the kids to school.” We both searched for our snow shovels,

disinterred them and went to work. By lunch time I had uncovered the entrance to my driveway and was staring at my distant snow-bound house. Apparently, Rod was doing all right but his language was ripe and certainly not apt for a Sunday. Suddenly, a large mound in the snow across the road moved, broke up and became our neighbour, Henry. Obviously, he was unable to find his car, not that he would have been able to find the road, let alone drive on it. “The city only sends a truck up Peter here when they’ve nothing Warland else to do,” he spluttered, shaking a pyramid of fresh snow off his toque. I just stood there like Scott of the Antarctic, wondering if I was going to share the famous explorer’s fate, but then, stirred by an irresistible urge to get on the phone and scream abuse at someone, I began digging with a passion and finally cut a way into my drive so that the happy mailman might make another jocular visit on Monday and probably deliver a utilities bill from the city. After a long, weary day with shovel, scoop and with my mechanical plow not wanting to play that particular day, I’d cut out a path so that I might drive out of the carport. But to where? I wasn’t likely going to be able to drive

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SPORTS BRIEFS Call stands in first review under MLB’s expanded replay system FORT MYERS, Fla. - The first review under Major League Baseball’s expanded replay system has taken place and after a further look that took 2 1/2 minutes, the call stood. Toronto manager John Gibbons used his challenge to ask umpires to review a play in the sixth inning of Monday’s game against Minnesota. Chris Rahl of the Twins was called safe at first base when shortstop Munenori Kawasaki’s throw pulled Jared Goedert off the bag. The umpires gathered in front of the first base dugout while the replay booth in New York looked at the play. After a wait of 2 minutes, 34 seconds, first base umpire Fieldin Culbreth spread his hands in the safe sign. MLB has expanded replay this year beyond potential home runs and boundary calls. This season, most every play except for balls-and-strikes is subject to a manager challenging the ruling. Associated Press

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The Kimberley Dynamiters celebrate a goal during a 7-1 win over the Fernie Ghostriders, which clinched the series for the Nitros at 4-1. Kimberley heads into the Eddie Mountain Division final, where they will play the Creston Valley Thunder Cats.

Nitros dump Fernie 7-1 to close out series TRE VOR CR AWLEY Sports Editor

With an emphatic 7-1 win over the Fernie Ghostriders on Monday night, the Kimberley Dynamiters closed out the first round of the KIJHL playoffs by winning the series 4-1. The Dynamiters now face the Creston Valley Thunder Cats in the Eddie Mountain Division final. The T-Cats swept the Columbia Valley Rockies in four

games. The Riders came into Monday’s game on life support after suffering a 4-3 OT loss on Saturday to put them in a 3-1 series deficit. The Nitros kept the foot on the gas, despite giving up the game’s first goal. That didn’t seem to matter too much as they scored three goals in the second period and four in the third. Dynamiters goaltender Jeremy Mousseau

picked up the win with a meagre 16 saves, while Austin Wells made 21 saves for the Riders. Kimberley capitalized once in seven powerplay opportunities, while

Fernie was shut out on all three of their chances with the man-advantage. Josh Teves scored five minutes into the game for a quick Fernie lead, which they held for the first period and half of the second. Then, the Dynamiters exploded. Tyson Klingspohn tied it up and Tyler Garcia followed up with the go-ahead goal a few minutes afterwards. Jared Marchi added

some insurance with 39 seconds left in the frame. The goals kept coming in the final period, as Jason Richter scored a pair while Bryce Nielsen and Andrew Miller also found the back of the net. Dynamiters forward Eric Buckley also made a return to the lineup after serving a three-game suspension for a goaltender interference incident in the opening game of the series.

Oilers sign goaltender Ben Scrivens to two-year contract extension EDMONTON - The Edmonton Oilers have agreed to terms with goaltender Ben Scrivens on a two-year contract extension. The Spruce Grove, Alta., native has posted a 3-4-0 record including one shutout since being acquired by the Oilers in a trade with the Los Angeles Kings on January 15th. The 27-year old has posted a 10-9-4 record with Edmonton and the Kings, including four shutouts and a league leading .934 save percentage. “It’s a great opportunity,” Scrivens said. “Now the real work begins... It’s great to be here in Edmonton playing at home.” He made an immediate impact when acquired by his hometown team, making 59 saves in a 3-0 win over the San Jose Sharks on Jan. 29. That set an NHL record for most saves in a regular-season shutout. The six-foot-two, 193-pound goaltender has a record of 21-23-6 and six shutouts over three NHL seasons with Toronto, Los Angeles and Edmonton. Canadian Press

Manning to helm Broncos for another season ARNIE STAPLETON Associated Press

ENGLEWOOD, Colo. - A person with knowledge of the results tells The Associated Press that Peyton Manning has passed his physical on his surgically repaired neck, clearing the way for him to play in 2014. In what was considered the final formality for his return, Manning passed the exam as required by his contract that will pay him $20 million next season, according to the person who spoke on condition of anonymity because results of medical checkups typically aren’t announced. Manning won his fifth MVP award in 2013, when he set single-season records by passing for 5,547 yards and 55 TDs while guiding the Broncos to their first

Super Bowl in 15 seasons. Manning has had four neck operations, including a spinal fusion that sidelined him for all of the 2011 season. After that, he was released by Indianapolis and signed a five-year, $96 million deal with the Broncos in March of 2012. The deal requires him to pass a physical every spring to make sure his neck is holding up. Manning, who will be 38 next season, said during Super Bowl week that he had no intention of retiring after the Super Bowl. Although Manning’s plans for 2014 became a big story line in the playoffs, the Broncos front office had proceeded as though their quarterback would be returning for another run at a title. If there were any concerns about his neck, he probably wouldn’t have started

all 16 games, plus three more in the playoffs. Not only is Manning still performing at his peak level, he hasn’t lost his love for the game. Manning said upon his arrival in New Jersey for Super Bowl week that he still enjoys playing and practicing and “when you still enjoy the preparation, I think you probably still ought to be doing that.” He passed his required exit physical that all players take in the days following the Super Bowl loss to Seattle. He then played in the Pebble Beach Pro-Am golf tournament just days later, another indication that his neck is fine. Manning has gone 28-7 in his two seasons in Denver with 100 TD passes, counting playoff games.

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It is

long past the time for our dog walk and both Dog Taylor and I are becoming impatient. Our human is transfixed by the glow of the television screen, which is at this moment showing images of men moving at great speeds on ice in pursuit of a small piece of vulcanized rubber. Amusing I’m sure, but compared to a dog walk, its entertainment value just doesn’t hold up for us canines. In the hopes of distracting the hominid from his electronic trance, I approach, put my head in his lap, and gaze up at him with my best “poor, sad puppy” eyes. Though we don’t share a language, the Dude immediately understands what I am trying to communicate. He tousles my ears and asks that most rhetorical of questions, “Time to go for a walk Bo?” I shake and trot for the door with Dog Taylor not far behind. We dogs are ready to romp. My human however has a few preparations to make before we go. We pried him away from one form of technology, but he is not prepared to leave his wired world behind. Even before he puts his boots on, he starts gathering gadgets. First and foremost, his digital camera so he can document this momentous occasion — the nightly walk with his dogs — for posterity. Then his cell phone, so that he can communicate at will with other hominids should he feel the need to chat. Followed by a GPS unit so we can know exactly where we are on this trail that we have walked literally thousands of times. A SPOT satellite emergency tracker is of course essential. One never knows when you will run into trouble and need to send out a signal informing search and rescue that you are in dire need of their services. And last but not least, his iPod, so he might enjoy a few tunes from the over 2598 (10.2 days worth) he has stored there. Tonight it will be something a little more up tempo as he will be skiing and there is nothing as exhilarating as cranking a few tele-turns to the blood stirring beat of The White Stripes or Big Sugar. Or at least that is the opinion of my plugged in human. Taylor and I will traipse through the winter night unencumbered by battery-powered devices. Well, almost. Our human insists that we wear headlamps around our necks so he might keep track of us in the dark. And so it was, with light emitting diodes glowing, we set out into the snow. Initially, Taylor and I take the lead on the trail. As long as we are on the flat, or going up hill, being in front of a human on skis is fine. When heading down slope however, it is best to let people — especially those who have not totally mastered the technology of skis — go first. It is just safer that way. Right off the hop, I notice two bull elk standing in a grove of trees, just off the edge of the llama pasture. I see them; I smell them and I hear them. Heck if we were just a bit closer, I could taste them. My dude, however, is oblivious. His attention currently distracted by his wrist computer that is informing him that the barometric pressure is dropping. The rest of the ski is fantastic. We get to the top of the ridge and then with the lights of town glowing below us, we chase after our person as he flies down the hill towards home. By the time we hit the llama pasture, we can hardly keep up to the crazy hominid on skis, going mach III towards the hay shed. You know, the hay shed where two monstrous bull elk with lethally pointy antlers are trying to steal a few mouthfuls of feed. Hard to know who is more surprised: our Dude by the wild-eyed, charging ungulates or the elk by the expletive spewing, charging human. It is a near miss but the collision is avoided. More by good luck than good technology however.

Photos and word processing by Dan Mills

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An unrestrained dogumentary. Gadgets Galore: Boulder takes a closer sniff of his humans burden of technology.

Dog Taylor demonstrates the safe way to descend a slope when your human is on skis.  They can’t run you over if you stay behind them.

Mean while, back at the llama pasture: A bull elk with a regal rack frequents the paddock in winter in hopes of scoring a little snack from the hay shed.

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The glow of civilization: Technology shines up through a crystalline wonderland.

Boulder’s human with skis on his feet and Big Sugar in his ears, heads towards the lights of home.

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Kimberley Daily Bulletin, March 04, 2014