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KITIMAT - A budgetary and scheduling review is underway for the Rio Tinto Alcan modernization project in Kitimat. But KMP General Manager Gaby Poirier is thinking that the first quarter in 2015 will see the commissioning and start-up of the rebuilt smelter. Poirier spoke to members of the Kitimat Chamber of Commerce at a lunch meeting on February 26, giving an overall update to the KMP project. In general though the KMP project is 65 per cent complete — that includes procurements and material gathering — while construction specifically is 40
per cent complete. KMP workers currently sits at 2,400 people now with a peak in workforce this coming June. Poirier didn’t specify how many are needed in June but RTA is bringing in a retrofitted ferry to house workers. With a capacity of 500 beds, that will add to the 460 capacity remaining in the existing camp. He said 1,300 of 1,760 beds at the KMP camp are currently full. We asked Manager, Corporate Affairs & Community Relations Colleen Nyce to elaborate on the camp situation and she said the occupancy varies during the week as people go on days off, but they are planning a zero per cent vacancy by the end of
the month. With the arrival of the Delta Spirit they anticipate that to be full as well. As for incentives to keep people in the camps, given the town’s nearly full capacity, she said workers are now not being offered a living allowance to live in the town over the camp. “This was done in the earlier stages of the project when the town’s accommodations were not full to capacity and landlords and the business community preferred us to allow workers to live in town. Since other project proponents have come to the region and also occupying local accommodations, our company has a) discontinued the practice of entering new living out allowance agreements and b) procured the
supply of the Accommodation Vessel in order for us to take care of our own workers,” she wrote in an e-mail. As for the permanent workforce, RTA is still eyeing an approximate 1,000 workforce for the smelter once completed, with up to 800 employees working under the smelter’s union. Poirier said the drop from the existing 1,200 workers to the 1,000 will be a gradual process and that there will be surplus people during the transition. However he said they’re going to use natural attrition to reduce the workforce. So far 95 per cent of the workforce know what their role will be in the new smelter and training is underway for those positions. Funded in part by:
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PRINCE RUPERT - The Prince Rupert Fire Rescue Department responded to a fire at the old Commercial Pub and Grill on 1st Avenue West shortly before 7 p.m. on Sunday evening March 2. As smoke billowed from the building, Prince Rupert RCMP blocked off access to the area while firefighters tried to contain the flames inside by hosing water into a second story window at the back of the building. When the smoke cleared, fire chief Dave Mackenzie said the whole building will need to come down. “The structural integrity has been compromised and it has to come down ... the damage was severe. The whole structural wall between the first and second floor suffered
serious damage. That compromised the roof. We couldn’t put people on it and when we went back [on Monday] with a backhoe to get to some of it, a large portion of the roof collapsed in on itself,” he said. “We had the majority of the fire out in under two hours, but had to keep chasing hotspots for the next three to four hours.” The fire department and RCMP are continuing to investigate the case of the blaze, but Mackenzie said it is suspicious in nature. “Police are, however, looking to speak with several young people who had been seen in the area shortly before first responders were called,” said Const. Matt Ericson. The March 2 blaze comes after a number of unexplained fires occurred at the former pub between June 2012 to March 2013, which were all started outside of the building itself.
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TERRACE - Terrace RCMP have issued a warning after a couple was defrauded of more than $2,000 in what is known as the “emergency” or “grandparent” telephone scam. Though the scam and its variants has been around for years, the Canadian Anti-Fraud Centre warns the public to be on alert after noting a marked increase in the number of complaints in the last two months. In the typical scenario, a grandparent receives a phone call from a con-artist claiming to be one of his or her grandchildren. The caller goes on to say that they are in some kind of trouble and need money immediately. Typically they claim being in a car accident, trouble returning from a foreign country or they need bail money. The Canadian Anti-Fraud Centre says a typical call can go something like this: Con-artist: Hi, Grandma/Grandpa Victim: Hi. Con-artist: Do you know who this is? Victim: John? Con-artist: Yeah. Victims don’t verify the story until after the money has been sent. That’s because the caller asks that they do not want other relatives to know what has happened. The caller then says something along these lines: “Can you please help me? I’m in jail (or in the hospital / or in some type of financial need). But don’t tell Dad. He would kill me if he found out.” “Please send the money ASAP. I’m scared.” The grandparent victim, wanting to help their grandchild, then sends money by a money transfer company such as Money Gram or Western Union. For more information on this and other scams go to http://www.antifraudcentre-centreantifraude.ca. Those wanting a presentation on scams for a community or other group should call Constable Angela Rabut, the community policing officer at the local RCMP detachment, 250-638-7429.
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NEW HAZELTON - The northwest has a new millionaire. Benjamin Mowitch, 40, won $1 million on Lotto Max Max Millions draw Feb. 28 and was in Kamloops to pick up his cheque from BC Lottery March 5. “I still can’t believe it,” said Mowitch, who says he’s been buying lottery tickets since he was 19. He bought his winning ticket at the New Hazelton Chevron and said he will continue to buy lottery tickets. “I’m going to buy them all the way home,” he said. And he knows what he’s going to do with his winnings when he gets home. “I’m going to build myself the house I’ve always wanted,” he said.
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Mamie Kerby, instrumental in the creation of Heritage Park Museum, passed away Feb. 25.
Mamie Kerby’s legacy will go on cycling to their cabin at the lake. When she got older, she began teaching Sunday school at Knox United Church and was a student music teacher. She also taught school at Old Remo and would walk seven miles there with a packsack and her big dog. In 1942, she married Fred Kerby and they raised five children in Terrace. They wanted all of their children to get some post-secondary education and they did: Dr. Robert Kerby is a metallurgical engineer; Dr. Norma Kerby is a wellknown local biologist; Judy, a public health nurse; Eva is map designer for the regional district; and Eric runs his own business. The acreage on which Mamie and her husband Fred and family lived since the 1950s bordered the top of Lanfear Hill. She continued to live there until she went into Terraceview 10 days before her death. Fred predeceased her in 2006. Mamie and her husband were very outdoorsy people, said Norma. She loved to garden and do crafts and did a lot of volunteer work as a guide leader, at the library and at the church. When she turned 60, she decided the city needed a museum. Her interest in keeping history came from having a very good childhood at a time when the community was close-knit, everyone’s door was open, there was a sense of belonging and of doing things for each other, said Norma. She knew people whose families are now considered part of local history. “She almost felt like it was her obligation,” said Norma. She was one of those people who could identify people in photos and wanted to make sure they were identified accurately, said her daughter. It was important to
her that the artifacts she sourced highlighted how ingenious people’s methods of survival were in the early conditions here. “People made do with what they had,” said Norma. In 1999, the society turned the museum over to the city. In September 2001, Kerby Avenue was named for Mamie and Fred for their contribution to Heritage Park Museum. Kerby will be fondly remembered for her contributions to the Terrace community. “With her positive, inspiring personality she was a tremendous role model in everything she did, for her family and for her community,” said Chantal Meijer, a member of the Terrace Regional Historical Society. “Mrs. Kerby has been very involved in the community and devoted herself to make Terrace the community it is today,” said Terrace mayor Dave Pernarowski. “We hope to honour Mamie Kerby and her legacy by continuing to operate Heritage Park Museum for the people of our city, and to continue collecting artifacts, historical photographs and other materials that document the rich history of this region,” said Grant Piffer, president, Terrace and District Museum Society (operators of Heritage Park Museum) and Kelsey Wiebe, curator of Heritage Park Museum. Before she died, Kerby told her family she was disappointed because she had many more things to do. But her legacy will continue: a history board, written by her, and with photos she collected, is set to go up at Ferry Island this year. A funeral service and reception took place earlier this week at Knox United Church. An interment will be in the spring at the Pioneer Cemetery.
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TERRACE - Lifelong Terrace resident and founder of Heritage Park Museum, Mamie Kerby, 91, died Feb. 25 after a short illness. She’s known best for being one of the founders of the Terrace Regional Historical Society which was established in 1982 to preserve some of the early history of the area. Those efforts resulted in taking apart, moving, and re-assembling historical log buildings from around the area at the Heritage Park Museum location on the bench. She was on the first board of directors of the museum society and also served as its president. In 1983, Heritage Park Museum opened to the public. It was managed and operated by the society for more than 16 years and then was turned over to the city. Kerby was the volunteer director and manager during that entire time. “That’s what she always did: see a need and [fill it],” said her daughter Norma. “She had the ability to see the bigger things to move the community forward.” Take this example: when Kerby saw the need for a place for Terraceview Lodge residents to be outside with relatives or to hold barbecues and be outside during hot weather, she began to raise money. In what seemed like no time at all, a gazebo was constructed. “She was sincere and people could see that,” said Norma. Mamie Kerby was born and raised here. Her parents were Chris and Eva (Osborne) Haugland and she had three brothers and an older sister. Growing up, until they were teenagers, Kerby spent more time with her brothers. They thought nothing of cycling from town to Thornhill Mountain, hiking up the mountain to the old forestry lookout, hiking back down the mountain and then
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Moorage space lacking By Shaun Thomas
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PRINCE RUPERT - The Port Edward Harbour Authority is working to alleviate concerns around the lack of mooring space for recreational vessels in Prince Rupert, but an answer may not be easy to come by. Dwayne Nielsen and Kerry Wick of the Port Edward Harbour Authority told city council that docks at Rushbrooke, Fairview and the yacht club are full to capacity, but the group is doing everything it can to accommodate boats making their way along the North Coast. “We are short in this town of space for recreational vessels and we always have been. We have tried to help as best we can ... with transient vessels, with the yacht club being out of space, we do what we can with Rushbrooke, Fairview and Cow Bay to draw those people in so they don’t have to go across the harbour and anchor up. A lot of smaller vessels, 50 feet and under, will go to Rushbrooke even if they have to raft up with commercial vessels if the owners are okay with that. The larger vessels go to Fairview,” said Nielsen, with Wick noting talks are underway to change that. “At this point in Prince Rupert we
don’t have any ability to expand outside of our water lot. That is not to say that won’t happen in the future. Right now we are lobbying with Small Craft Harbours to show them that we are the northern hub here ... most of our fishermen come up here and realize we are at capacity and have to raft. We are talking about it and we are hopeful, but there is nothing set in stone,” she said. Space aside, Coun. Joy Thorkelson took issue with the discrepancy between what is available to those docking in Prince Rupert and those docking in Port Edward. “Port Edward has exceedingly nice floats for a much smaller group of fishermen that tie up there, although there are still a number of vessels that tie up there. They have floats you can drive on to and I wonder why there has been no discussion with the city to see what we can do to provide that same service,” she questioned. Wick said the reason for the superior docks in Port Edward has to do with one dock in the community needing replacement, but also the level of use. “Port Edward, as much as it looks like there is not a lot of fishermen out there, that is where the gillnet fleet goes every year,” she said.
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PRINCE RUPERT - Lianna Spence, James Russell, Barb Duncan and Christina Wong presented Sheila Wells, principal of Roosevelt, a cheque for $2,400 for the school’s breakfast program last month at the wrap up of the North West Aboriginal Certificate in Entrepreneurship (NW-ACE) program. The funds were collected through the 3C Challenge, which had students split into groups and given $1,000 which they had to use to create a business concept. Spence, Russell, Duncan and Wong created a calendar, approaching aboriginal businesses to buy advertisements. The project raised a total of $2,900, with the group donating the remaining $500 to the Friendship House to help with its Christmas program for underprivileged aboriginal children. Wells said the money was enough to keep the breakfast program running for the rest of the school year, and part of the next year.
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PRINCE RUPERT - Homeowners may end up paying more in taxes this year as the City of Prince Rupert is not planning to adjust its mill rate for the coming budget. “People will notice when they get their tax bill that it has changed, not because the city-
adjusted mill rate but because the BC Assessment Authority either increased or decreased the value of their residence,” explained Prince Rupert Mayor Jack Mussallem. The city is projecting it will receive $7,123,105 from residential property taxes this year, which is $590,575 more than it received in 2013. All together, the city will
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collect just under $15 million in taxes, an increase of $1.395 million from the year before. The idea of leaving the mill rate the same was met with concern from some in chambers. “Taxes are going up because most people’s assessments went up ... the bottom line is even by keeping our mill rate where it is, taxes are still going to go up,” said
Coun. Barry Cunningham, adding he hasn’t spoken to any Rupertites whose assessments went down. Chief financial officer Corinne Bomben included the increase in tax revenue as part of a budget that sees increases in many areas for the year ahead following a $2 million surplus in the last fiscal year. The largest increase will be in terms of employment costs. Con-
tractual wage increases and benefit increases result in an additional costs of $605,000 this year while staffing changes and increases account for $318,000. In the 2014 fiscal year, $30 million is expected to be included in the city’s operating budget to administer city services, which increases to $37 million when the utilities funds are included.
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RCMP investigate a fraud attempt Shoplifter had NEW HAZELTON - New Hazelton RCMP responded to 50 calls during the period of Feb. 20-26. February 21- Police are investigating a fraud complaint. The complainant stated he had received a call from a male who said he worked for the RCMP. The caller told the complainant that he owed money on his 2001-2012 tax return and he had to return the call within 30 minutes to avoid being charged. Canada Revenue was contacted and informed the complainant
he did not owe money. February 21- Police were called to a Break and Enter in Kispiox. The male entered the home through the back door and fled when the home owner hollered at them. A pair of shoes was seized at the scene. February 22- Police located an impaired driver in the village of Gitanmaax. The vehicle was towed and the driver issued a 90 day IRP. February 24- At 8:00 am in the village of Kispiox, Police stopped a vehicle when
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TERRACE - Terrace RCMP say that a three-year old girl was in the company of a female shoplifter arrested at Walmart here recently. The woman, 24, was first arrested by a loss prevention officer at Walmart prior to police being called. Police say the woman was intoxicated and that they asked for the assistance of the children and families ministry in finding sober care for the child. The woman has since been banned from the Walmart location.
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Former Kitimatian proves strongly in net Contributed
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KITIMAT - A Kitimat goalie made an impact at a league weekend with some notable plays. The Northland Dodge Northern Female Midget AAA Cougars completed a successful league weekend in Burnaby in January. The 10 game league weekend saw all six teams from the BCFMAAA in action at Burnaby 8 rinks and was hosted by the West Coast Avalanche Team. The Northland Cougars won three games and lost one, taking six of a possible eight points. They gained ground in the standings and are now in second place in the league. On January 10 they beat the Vancouver Island Hurricanes 2-0. The game was largely dominated by the Cougars however they couldn’t find the back of the net until six minute left in the game when Taylor Beck made a terrific forecheck turned into a goal while shorthanded. Madison Fjellstrom added an empty netter late in the game. Kelsey Roberts, of Kitimat, turned in a solid goaltending effort in getting the shutout. Taylor was the obvious choice by the players as team game star. On January 11 the Cougars played the Kootenay Wildcats. Once again the Cougars carried most of the play early but couldn’t score, however Kootenay capitalized on Cougar miscues and a power play and built up a 3-0 lead into the third period.
The Cougars dug deep and responded with 13 minutes left in the game with a 4 goal barrage with the winner coming with 2 minutes left. Tessa Hare and Madison Fjellstrom each scored two goals in the team’s monumental comeback, with Tessa getting the team star. Avery Quiring and Kelsey Roberts shared the solid goaltending duties. Saturday evening the Cougars took on the improving Thompson/Okanagan Rockets. This game had all the makings of a nailbiter however the Cougars opened the scoring in the 1st period and kept them coming, ending in a 4-0 victory. Roberts put in a superb goaltending effort for her second shutout of the weekend. Goal scorers were Hunter Mosher, Lauren SmahaMuir, Tessa Hare and Ava Keis with Lauren getting the team game star award. The last game was played against the forminable Fraser Valley Phantom on January 12. The Phantom recently won the Notre Dame Tournament in Saskatchewan and lost the Mac’s tournament in sudden death in the final game. The Phantom jumped out to an early lead in the first period and added another later in the period. The Cougars halfway through the third period with Ava Keis getting a power play goal. However the Phantom responded and came away with a 3-1 win. Avery Quiring put in a solid effort facing the hard shooting, talented Phantom team.
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Skeena Grade 9’s place third overall in NW zone Contributed
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Senior Rainmakers win zones By Shaun Thomas
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PRINCE RUPERT - The Charles Hays Senior Boys basketball team are the best in the northwest in 2014 and will be competing in provincials next week. The boys travelled to Smithers last weekend to play Caledonia Secondary and the host Gryphons for the tourney. The Rainmakers opened the title on Friday afternoon with a 67-50 win over host
team. Leading the way was Justin McChesney with 21 points, followed by Rosendo Masocol and Garrett Kobza with 14 points apiece. In their second game, Charles Hays trailed Caledonia by 16 at the half, but stifling defence kept the Terrace team to a single basket on 13 attempts in the fourth quarter enroute to a 55-48 final. Terrace then eliminated Smithers from the competition, meaning another win over Caledonia would clinch the title.
In their second meeting of the tournament, the Rainmakers fell 53-43, setting up a winner-take-all championship game. In that game, the Rainmakers took the banner with a 51-41 victory that saw Masocol net 14 points and Perry Terrell scoring 12. “I think we were very good defensively,” said coach Mel Bishop, who has high hopes for provincials. “If we play hard and play our game, we should be competitive.”
TERRACE - Skeena Middle School’s junior girls’ basketball team finished the 2013/2014 season third out of seven – no small accomplishment for the only team comprised solely of Grade 9’s. The six other northwest zone schools saw both Grade 9’s and Grade 10’s suit up, but Skeena stayed competitive with their 10 dedicated younger players. The team won nine out of 11 games throughout the regular season to head into zone playoffs ranked third. They tipped off against
Smithers Secondary School Feb. 14 in game one of zones in Smithers, with coach Toni Nisyok telling the girls this was the game they needed to win if they wanted to place in the top three. The team didn’t disappoint, winning 25-18 – Brittany Peden was the high scorer with eight points, and coming off the bench Anja Hanington netted five points. Marrick Zips and Emma Kenmuir helped out the win dropping four points each. Shivohn Peters and Jamie Gosnell saw two points each for Skeena. The total team effort saw help from both ends of the court – Briana Greer and
Ashley Nisyok caused many turnovers for Smithers. Next up, Skeena went up against the second ranked team, Charles Hays Secondary, knowing it was going to be a tough game. “Charles Hays had 15 players and we knew they would run us,” said coach Toni Nisyok. “The girls played their best but we just couldn’t hit our shots.” The loss meant they would play for third or fourth place against Houston. The team came out running to win the game 29-14 to take third. “This was a game the girls wanted, and they performed awesome,” she said.
Terrace teams ready for provincials TERRACE - The Terrace Midget Rep Kermodes are on their way to Midget Tier 3 provincials after two decisive wins against Prince Rupert in the best-of-three northwest zone final. Their first game on Saturday, Feb. 22 saw them pull out all of the stops offensively to win 9-1.
And the onslaught didn’t let up later that day – with a 10-2 win at home, they are officially zone champs. They’ll now head to 100 Mile House over spring break to compete against some of the best in the province – and coach Dave Jephson says he is expecting big things from the team.
And the Bantam Midget Rep Kermodes are also heading to Tier 3 provincials in Kelowna after beating Smithers Storm in that bestof-three series. Terrace took game one 9-8, but Smithers forced game three winning 5-4 in OT in game two. Terrace took the final 9-1 to qualify for provincials.
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TERRACE MARCH 7 – World Day of Prayer Service is at 7 p.m. at St. Matthew’s Anglican Church, 4514 Lakelse Ave. Refreshments to follow. For more information, call 638-1990. MARCH 7-16 – The Terrace Public Library is holding a fundraising book sale. Please drop by and support your library. Great books! Great prices! All proceeds are used to support library programs and services. MARCH 8 – The George Little House celebrates its 100th birthday and the celebration committee hosts Founder’s Day at 2 p.m. at the arena banquet room. Tea, fashion show, music, displays and birthday cake. There is a cost to attend and tickets are at George Little House. You must wear a hat to attend. For more details, call 638-8887. MARCH 11 – Pacific Northwest Music Festival Committee meets at 7:30 p.m. at the Terrace Academy of Music. The music festival will be on March 27 - April 12. Volunteers are needed to make this 49th annual music festival the success that our community is proud to call its own. Please attend the meeting or contact a committee member if you are interested in helping out. For more details, contact Fiona at fisphere@telus. net or 635-9089. MARCH 12 – Terrace Toastmasters meets at 7 p.m. at its new location at Northwest Community College in the industrial trades/training centre complex, room 1107. New members always welcome. MARCH 15 – Pruning Seminar from 9 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. is a hands-on overview and demonstration of basic pruning techniques with instructors Charles Claus of River Mist Farm and Cathy Jackson from Spotted Horse Nursery at Spotted Horse Nursery (4903 Graham Ave.). Pre-registration required: call 635-1907. There is a small cost per person. Proceeds will go toward local community food initiatives.
MARCH 7 – World Day of Prayer. A local service will be held at the Christ the King Catholic Church at 7 p.m., in solidarity of the women of Egypt.. Refreshments will follow in the church hall. For more information, call the parish office at 250-632-2215. MARCH 8 – Watoto Children’s Choir from Uganda, Africa will be presenting their Concert of Hope, an enthusiastic and lively program, at Kitimat Pentecostal Fellowship at 3 p.m. Free admission. MARCH 13 – Art Club of Kitimat meets at 7 p.m. in Room 403 at MESS. “Mini Mimics”: Canvas Bag Painting in the style of the ‘Masters’, whether Monet, Van Gogh, Matisse – find your inspiration. Bring a canvas bag, preferably pre-gessoed, acrylic paints and your reference material. MARCH 17 - 28 – The Kitimat Public Library is holding a number of free events over the spring break. Crafts, to science experiments, to Lego activities. Contact the library for more information or to register. 250 632-8985. ONGOING THE CHRIST the King Parish Bereavement Ministry Committee is sponsoring “Connecting Each Other with Hope,” a six week grief support group for adults who are grieving the death of a loved one. Sessions begin March 3, from 7 to 9 p.m. at the Catholic Church Hall, and ends April 7. Sessions open to anybody regardless of religious affiliation. Call Lidia at 250-632-6292 or Susana at the parish office at 250-632-2215 to register. THE KITIMAT Seniors Centre is hosting some new programs this year. Chair yoga is on Wednesdays, at 11 a.m. Mahjong on Wednesdays at 1 p.m. and chess is on Tuesdays, at 6 p.m. Programs are free. Please call the Centre in advance to sign-up; 250632-3405. PICKLE BALL every Tuesday and Thursday, from 9:30 a.m. to 11 a.m. at the Riverlodge. For those aged 50+. Call the Kitimat Seniors’ Centre at 250-632-3475 for further information.
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THE KITIMAT Quilters Guild meetings are the first Thursday of every month, held at M.E.S.S. Sewing room. All experience levels welcome. (19+) Call Aileen at 250-632-6225 or Wanda at 250-632-4458. HEALTHY BABIES drop-in is held every Thursday from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. at the Kitimat Child Development Center. They welcome families throughout pregnancy and up to one year (older siblings welcome). Come meet other parents and infants over light refreshments with support from the CDC staff and a Public Health Nurse. For more information call 250632-3144. CHILD DEVELOPMENT Centre Family Fun Spot Drop-In Monday and Friday afternoons 1-3 p.m., Wednesday mornings 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Ages 0-5 welcome “A Great place for families to meet over coffee and toys!” Contact 250-632-3144 for more information.
PRINCE RUPERT MARCH 11 - 7-9pm Transition Prince Rupert presents a course on Soils, Composting, and Vermiculture. Covers preparing your vegetable garden, soil preparation and fertility, composting and vermiculture. Room 155 @ NWCC. Admission by donation. MARCH 17 - 1-2pm Diabetes Support Group is having Dr. Fiest (Foot Care) as a guest speaker. Room 429 in the Prince Rupert Regional Hospital. MARCH 18 - 7-9pm Documentary Connected: A film for Change will be screened in Room 155 @ NWCC. This evening is hosted by Transition Prince Rupert Presents... Docs and Dialogue. ONGOING THE PRINCE Rupert and District Hospice Society is dedicated to “The care and support of those experiencing the dying and grieving process.” For more details, support or to volunteer, call 250-624-6204. BC METIS Federation of Prince Rupert meets the third Monday of every month at 1702 Atlin
Ave. New people welcome. Refreshments provided. For more, call 627-4013.
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LAST MINUTE Market Sat. 9am - 12:30 at the Moose Hall. Craft items, baking, home business and yard sale items. For table rentals, call Rosa 624-4787
PRINCE RUPERT Seniors Centre Bingo Fridays 1- 3pm. Everyone 19 and older welcome. PRINCE RUPERT Alcoholics Anonymous. If you want to drink, that’s
your business. If you want to stop, that’s ours. 627-1119. AL-ANON MEETINGS: First Presbyterian Church, 233 4th Ave. E in basement. Tues. 8pm. All are welcome. Call 627-4899.
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EnbriDgE northErn gatEway projEct non-binDing plEbiscitE voting opportunity Council is seeking community opinion on the Enbridge Northern Gateway Project with the following question: ‘Do you support the final report recommendations of the Joint Review Panel (JRP) of the Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency and National Energy Board, that the Enbridge Northern Gateway Project be approved, subject to 209 conditions set out in Volume 2 of the JRP’s final report?’ yEs no General voting will be held on Saturday, April 12, 8:00 am to 8:00 pm, for eligible Kitimat residents, at the following wheelchair accessible voting places: • Mount Elizabeth Middle Secondary School Cafeteria, 1491 Kingfisher Avenue, Kitimat, BC. • Meeting Room (located in the lobby between Tamitik Arena and the pool), Tamitik Jubilee Sports Complex, 400 City Centre, Kitimat, BC. OThER VOTing OppORTuniTiES aDvancE voting opportunitiEs for Electors of the District of Kitimat will be held at the Meeting Room (located in the lobby between Tamitik Arena and the pool), Tamitik Jubilee Sports Complex, 400 City Centre, Kitimat, BC, on Wednesday, April 2, 8:00 am to 8:00 pm, and Wednesday, April 9, 8:00 am to 8:00 pm. anD spEcial voting opportunitiEs for Electors of the District of Kitimat will be provided on Saturday, April 12, between 12:45 pm and 1:15 pm, at the Kiwanis Village, 890 Tsimshian Boulevard, Kitimat, BC; between 1:30 pm and 3:00 pm at the Kitimat general hospital (and Mountainview Lodge), 920 Lahakas Boulevard South, Kitimat, BC; and between the hours of 3:15 pm and 4:00 pm at Delta King place, 701 Mountainview Square, Kitimat, BC. The only persons permitted to vote at a Special Voting Opportunity are those who, being eligible electors, are residents and patients; plus persons unable to attend a regular poll. Bedside voting is available for those persons requiring it. MAil BAllOT VOTing Mail ballot voting will be available for those electors of the District of Kitimat who are unable to vote at other voting opportunities. Any person requiring information on mail ballot voting, please contact Warren Waycheshen or Shirley Boudreault, at the District of Kitimat, 250-632-8900. note: it is the responsibility of the voter to ensure they contact the District in sufficient time to receive a mail ballot package and return the ballots. ElECTOR EligiBiliTy AnD REgiSTRATiOn if you are not on the list of electors, you may vote if the following qualifications are met: • 18 years of age or older • Resident of the District of Kitimat for at least 30 days immediately preceding voting day Voters who are not on the list of electors will be required to produce identification, with a signature and address, proving both residency and identity. For clarification, a driver’s licence, BC iD or similar card prove residency, while utility and similar statements alone will not be considered proof of residency as some persons may be renting work accomodations in Kitimat but reside elsewhere. AppOinTMEnT OF SCRuTinEERS (unpaid Observers) The District invites people to come forward to observe the counting of the ballots. Scrutineers for and against the question shall be appointed if applications are received from persons who wish to volunteer for the positions. Only persons entitled to vote as electors on the question are entitled to act as scrutineers. up to three scrutineers for and three scrutineers against the question will be appointed if sufficient applications are received. Applications to act as a scrutineer will be received by Warren Waycheshen or Shirley Boudreault at 270 City Centre, Kitimat, BC, during the period: 9:00 am, monday, march 10, 2014 to 4:00 pm, friday, march 21, 2014 Application forms are available at the District of Kitimat during regular office hours, 8:30 am to Noon and 1:00 to 4:30 pm. interested persons can obtain information on the requirements and procedures for making an application by contacting Warren Waycheshen (phone: 250-632-8900). SignAgE if any persons or organizations are interested in putting up signage regarding this plebiscite an application is required for a Temporary Sign permit. To guarantee compliance with temporary sign location, design, and duration conditions, a $50 deposit is required. The $50 is refunded upon the signs being taken down. On the three voting days, there will be a ban on canvassing (influencing) or soliciting votes, wearing or supplying a badge or other item, or displaying signs or other materials, at or within 100 metres of the buildings where voting is being conducted. if you have any questions please contact Warren Waycheshen at 250-632-8900.
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“Northern Gateway is taking extraordinary measures to ensure marine safety—reducing tanker speeds on British Columbia’s north coast is just one.” - Chris Anderson, Master Mariner, Lead Marine Advisor, Northern Gateway Project
Chris Anderson is a Master Mariner and port planning and operations specialist. He has substantial experience in the assessment and development of many terminal facilities on the Arctic, Atlantic, and Pacific Coasts of Canada.
Northern Gateway has proposed tanker-related safety measures designed to maintain safe vessel transportation. These measures, together with lower tanker transit speeds in the coastal channels, not only reduce the risk of marine incidents, they also minimize potential adverse effects on the marine mammal environment. ACTING ON EXPERT ADVICE Northern Gateway has consulted with many of the top experts in Canada and the world, including Chris Anderson who, as a Master Mariner and seafarer, has over 50 years of experience including the development of port and terminal facilities in British Columbia’s coastal waters and internationally. Acting on the advice of a team of experts, Northern Gateway committed to a vessel transit speed range from 8 to 12 knots. Anderson says, “Reducing vessel transit speeds through a confined channel to within this range allows improved response from our escort tugs, substantially reducing the risk of a navigational incident, while maintaining safe vessel operation.”
initiatives that was put forward by Northern Gateway. As Anderson puts it, “Project-related vessels are capable of speeds of 15 to 16 knots. Many other oceangoing vessels can travel at even higher speeds. Northern Gateway is committed to reducing vessel speeds by as much as half that as an added measure of prevention.” GOING EVEN FURTHER TO ENSURE MARINE SAFETY In addition to reducing tanker speeds, Northern Gateway has committed to the use of two escort tugs for every loaded tanker associated with the Project, with one tug being tethered at all times. According to Anderson, “In the event of a mechanical issue, the tethered escort tugs can take over steering and braking which greatly reduces the risk of an incident occurring. This commitment will also help protect British Columbia’s north coast.”
BEYOND WHAT’S REQUIRED The commitment to reducing transit speeds is not a regulatory requirement, but one of many voluntary marine safety
ENDORSED AT THE HIGHEST LEVELS The Joint Review Panel’s endorsement of the Northern Gateway Project came after a rigorous, scientific review of the evidence, including Gateway’s precautionary approach to vessel speeds and escort tug standards. Northern Gateway is working hard to meet all of the final conditions set out by the Panel, the same way they are working to meet the five conditions set out by the Province of British Columbia. Northern Gateway is committed to doing everything possible in order to build a safer, better project.
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Les Miserables coming to Rupert By Martina Perry THE NORTHERN CONNECTOR
PRINCE RUPERT - Audiences will be taken on a rollicking, emotional tale during Les Misérables, Prince Rupert’s 2014 community musical production. “Les Misérables is a sweeping story of redemption, hope, heartbreak and of love, both lost and found,” said director Michael Gurney. “I suspect it will always be a story that resonates with the heart, the mind and the imagination because it’s a story about people aspiring to something better.” “You need to bring your Kleenex for this production because it is so powerful and emotional that it just draws you right in. It’s got all the elements. Comedy, tragedy and everything else. You will shed a tear,” said Crystal Lorette of the Lester Centre of the Arts which is producing the production. “People can expect an amazing performance from a community that boasts in talent.” Approximately 90 people auditioned for Les Misérables in October after the Lester Centre was given the green light to put on the production. Lorette said she originally looked into putting on the musical a decade ago, but the rights weren’t available for community group performances up until last April. When the music begins on March 27 for opening night, it will be the first time Les Misérables has ever been put on in Prince Rupert. Based on Victor Hugo’s novel, Les Misérables follows the story of Jean Valjean, who will be played by Andy Enns. The musical begins with Jean being released from prison after serving 19 years behind bars for stealing a loaf of bread to feed his sister and her child. Jean is out on parole and has become a hardened individual, but an act of generosity transforms his view of the world. He rips up his yellow ticket and begins to change his ways. “As this transformed man, he begins to live life generously. He adopts a young girl when her mother dies, and becomes a man of importance and leadership in the community,” explained Gurney. A decade after turning his life around, a rebellion threatens to sweep through the streets of Paris lead by students who are tired of the old guard and the rich running the French government.
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Keith Lambourne and Lonni Bryant practice a musical number during a Les Misérables practice on Sunday. Sunday’s practice was the first with the orchestra. “Valjean and his daughter are pulled into those events, and he ends up playing an important role in the student’s rebellion. We meet a number of the students as well, who can foresee a glorious and utopian end to the cause of over throwing the somewhat despotic French government at that point,” said Gurney. “In the end, some dreams are realized, others are broken. In the end, each character goes through a transformation and has an opportunity to experience grace.” As the production’s lead, Enns said he hopes to capture the dynamic role of Jean Valjean through the two decades the musical spans by drawing from his own personal experiences. “He changes so much in his life, from being a convict to a father figure, all of this happening on the eve of French revolution. It’s a challenging role ... I hope I can show him as someone who is maturing and growing as a human being through times where he has to adapt and change,” he said. Enns will be joined by 60 cast members performing in 117 roles, spanning from young to mature actors with and without previous experience. Gurney said it’s a privilege to both direct Les Misérables and work alongside the many Rupertites who are experienced with musicals. “I’ve been trying to bring not just my own vision, but a unique Prince Rupert vision to the musical ... I really appreciate the way the cast has been willing to col-
laborate on the staging and the direction of this production,” said Gurney. Enns said there are a few reasons people should attend Les Misérables: The first being to see an interesting account of French history in the early 1800s, to see friends, family or familiar faces perform and finally because of the outstanding music. “I’m really impressed with how Les Misérables is going to sound. I would recommend seeing it to anybody, even if they didn’t think they were a musicalkind of person,” said Enns. Lorette says Les Misérables’ musical numbers are difficult, but the 16 orchestra members lead by musical director Peter Witherly have been doing an outstanding job, along with the production’s choreographer Jewel Jerstad who is ensuring the music is presented attractively with dance. “It’s an interesting thing at the end of the musical, after we’ve had our hearts touched and our laughter elicited, we realize this is what human life is made up of: Tragedy and comedy, grace and forgiveness, and sin, all mixed together. I suspect by the end of the evening, the audience would have had a taste of life in miniature. The rich tapestry of what it means to be a human being compressed into three hours of glorious music,” said Gurney. Performances of Les Misérables will take place at the Lester Centre of the Arts on March 2729. Tickets are available at the Lester Centre and Cook’s Jewellers.
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Refrigeration Basic Safety Awareness (16+) at Tamitik Saturday, Mar. 22 8:30am to 4:00pm ......................... $425
Playground Safety and Inspections (16+) at Tamitik Tuesday, Apr. 15 9:00am to 4:00pm ......................... $250
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IRENE G. Peters would like to thank all of her clients and counsel with whom she has associated with over the years for their patience and consideration during the illness and death of her husband, Darrell O’Byrne. Please be advised that the office of Irene Peters Law Corporation with be closed for a six month sabbatical from April 1, 2014 to October 1, 2014. If there are any inquiries regarding client files during this time, please contact Shawn at firstname.lastname@example.org or leave a message at 250-964-7844. She will attempt to respond within 7 business days of any inquiries. Regular Office hours until March 31, 2014 are Monday to Friday 9:00 a.m. to 2:00p.m.
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Dulberto Cabral Teves November 28, 1960 - March 8, 2008
You always did the best that you could And you always gave the best, We will always remember your words, For we were the ones truly blessed. Our hearts may be heavy And we may shed some tears, But our spirit rejoices, for you are with God And now you have nothing to fear, No more worries, no more sorrows, No more hurt and no more pain, In the kingdom of Heaven you now stand, Our love for you will forever remain. Dad, you are forever in our memories Always in our hearts. Sadly missed and forever loved by your family and friends.
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In Loving Memory
Joan Therese Lawrence
It is with great sadness that we announce the sudden passing of Joan Therese Lawrence (nee Turner) on December 28, 2013, in Miramichi, N.B. Born in Tamworth, NSW, Australia, she trained as a registered nurse in Sydney, and enjoyed working for the Royal Flying Doctor Service, providing maternity care to remote communities in rural Australia. At the age of 25 she left Australia to work in hospitals in Germany, USA and Canada, eventually settling in northern British Columbia to raise her children. She worked as the Director of Nursing at Kitimat General Hospital from 1978-1988, Mills Memorial Hospital in Terrace and community nurse for Alcan’s Kemano Completion Project until 2000. Upon retiring, Joan moved to Miramichi, N.B. where she continued to volunteer tirelessly. Causes close to her heart included Big Brothers-Big Sisters, Miramichi Regional Hospital, Hospice Miramichi, Lion’s Club, and adult literacy. Joan’s passions were helping her community and countless friends, dancing, crossword puzzles, volunteering and animal welfare. Joan is survived by her children Aidan (Efe), Regan (Haim), and grandchildren Maeve and Arlo. Fondly remembered by dear friends in BC, NB, Australia and across the globe. Joan is remembered by many for her independent and adventurous spirit, her no-nonsense approach to living, her great generosity in all its forms, her ever-ready humour, and her deep love of life and laughter. Condolences can be received at: www.mightymiramichi.com/community/funerals/default.aspx
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THANK YOU We would like to thank each and every one from the bottom of our hearts for the sympathy shown to us in the peaceful passing of our mom, grandma, and great grandma,
Mary Emilie Mattern The overwhelming support of cards, flowers, food, calls and visits were greatly appreciated. The family extends a special thank you to Dr. Mills, Jennifer, paramedics, nursing staff, Home Care Nurses - Lanaya, Elaine, Gloria and Mike for their care and compassion. As well as Cathryn, Sherrie, Darlene and Val for all your help. Mom was truly blessed to have so many wonderful people in her life.
Judy, Sharon, Edward and families In Loving Memory
Mary Emilie Mattern M (nee Gutknecht)
February 4, 1936 to February 15, 2014 It is with great sadness that we announce the peaceful passing of our Mom, grandma, great grandma, sister, sisterin-law, auntie and cousin. Mary leaves to cherish her memory, children Judy (Phillip), Sharon, Edward (Kelly); son-in-law Geordie, grandchildren Lynsey, Trevor, Jamie (Cathryn), Nathan, Amy (Justin), Cody and Aaron; sisters Irene and Alma Broustal or Ashern, Manitoba; sisters-in-law Ileen Williams of Edmonton, Alberta, Mina (Ed) Pletz of Warren, Manitoba, Dody Budge of Inwood, Manitoba along with many nieces, nephews and cousins. Mary was predeceased by her husband of 52 years, Philip, daughter Sandra, grandson Shawn, parents Albert and Ottillia, brothers Bill, Louis, August, Henry and Emil, sisters Helen, Alga and Tillie. Mary was born in Ashern, Manitoba, and came to Kitimat in May of 1956. Her children, grandchildren and great grandchildren were the light of her life. She was caring, loving and a friend to all. Mary was known for her perogies, endless phone calls and her great sense of humour. A celebration of Mary’s life was held March 1 at the Rod and Gun Club in Kitimat.
Lovingly remembered and forever in our hearts
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All are Welcome First Sunday in Lent March 9 at 10:30 am Eucharist with Fr. Luke Anker “To you, O Lord, I lift up my soul.” Psalm 25
Christ the King PARISH 1760 Nalabila Boulevard Ph 250-632-2215 Father Kenneth Uwaoma www.catholickitimat.ca Saturday, March 8 7:30 pm Celebration of the Eucharist
Sunday, March 9 10:00 am Celebration of the Eucharist
First Sunday of Lent “Man does not live on bread alone, but by every word that comes from the mouth of God.” Matthew 4:4
Stations of the Cross TUESDAYS at 7:30 pm in Portuguese during Lent FRIDAYS at 7:00 pm in English during Lent
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required at a multi-trade, well established construction business based in Kitimat, BC. You will assist the Financial Controller in accomplishing all day to day accounting requirements by designing & maintaining account processes while ensuring compliance with (GAAP) Generally Accepted Accounting Practices. Please refer to LocalWork.ca for a more complete list of duties. The qualiﬁed candidate must have: •Accounting Designation •Exceptional skills with use of accounting software; • Proﬁciency in MS Ofﬁce; • 2 - 4 yrs exp. in an Accountant/Assistant Controller/ Controller level position; •Experience in full cycle accounting; •Previous exp. leading a team would be an asset; •Knowledge of the construction/service industry would be an asset. Resumes can be sent to: 101 Industries Ltd., 245-3rd Street, Kitimat, BC V8C 2N8 Fax: (1) 250-632-2101 Email: 101ﬁrst@ 101industries.com No phone calls please.
TERRACE CHRYSLER has an immediate opening for the position of
MANAGER Terrace Chrysler is looking for a Service Manager that understands there is nothing more important than the customer! Apply if you are 100% committed to customer satisfaction. If you are organized, able to prioritize, and multitask and work exceptionally well with others and want to be part of a great team then please drop off a resume with handwritten cover letter and drivers license abstract to: Robert Onstein 4916 Hwy 16 West Terrace, BC
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Bus Drivers Needed in Kitimat First Canada, our nation's largest provider of bus passenger transportation, has openings in Kitimat for casual, on call, bus drivers. The outlook for increased working opportunities is favourable. Successful applicants will hold a Class 2 licence with Air, or higher, and will have previous professional driving experience. Drivers may need to drive transit or school buses and highway coaches. A clean Driver’s Abstract is required. Current First Aid certiﬁcation will be considered an asset. We offer a friendly, safe, respectful work environment. Retirees are welcome to apply. Please mail, email or fax resume and Driver’s abstract to Mr. Philip Malnis, First Canada ULC, 780 Lahakas Blvd., Kitimat, BC V8C 1T9. Fax: 250-632-2154, email: Phil.Malnis@ﬁrstgroup.com We are an equal opportunity employer.
General kitchen duties & great customer service skills are required. Must have food safe and a reliable vehicle. 35-40 hours a week. Apply in person to: The Flight Deck 4401 Bristol Rd., Terrace fax 250-635-4403 Att: Kat firstname.lastname@example.org
Full and Part time for Coastal Taxi Send resume & driver’s abstract to PO Box 56 Kitimat, BC V8C 2G6 No phone calls
Employment Help Wanted COMPUTER TECHNICIAN at TECHNOLOGY LINKED COMPUTERS INC. TLC is a rapidly expanding full service, IT / Communication Company located in Terrace, BC. TLC seeks an IT (Computer) technician with solid active directory experience to join a team that delivers value driven solutions to large enterprise and industrial clients based throughout Northern BC. The successful applicant will have actual proven job experience, and, most importantly, excellent customer relations skills. We service many isolated clients and communities in northern BC and travel is a big part of your work. An excellent driving record is also mandatory. We provide company transportation. If you are interested in this exciting opportunity, please apply through email. email@example.com Only candidates being considered for an interview will be contacted
ACCOUNT MANAGER Kitimat and Terrace
This role calls for a professional with diversified knowledge of products developed through at least 3-5 years of progressive experience in an industrial/safety business and/or relevant post secondary education. Previous customer service/inside sales experience is required. Previous outside sales experience is desired. Your knowledge of the selling process is accompanied by the ability to work independently and manage your time and territory effectively. You are a team-player with excellent interpersonal, customer service, and presentation skills. A valid driver’s licence and the use of a reliable vehicle are essential. You will be responsible for expanding the business within a safety and industrial account base, by visiting and making professional presentations to both current and prospective customers, to meet targeted sales budgets. While maintaining a high level of relevant product knowledge, you will promote products and services, and build and maintain strong customer relations. In addition, you will manage territory and customer records, produce weekly call reports and communicate regularly with branch staff in order to resolve customer issues. The successful candidate’s compensation package will include a competitive base salary, sales commission, business vehicle allowance, a comprehensive benefits package and excellent potential for career advancement. Applicants are to forward their resumé by email to: Acklands-Grainger Inc., Attn: Glen Ingdal at: Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org Fax Number: (250) 753-7855 Acklands-Grainger Inc is committed to the principles and practices of employment equity. We invite all qualified women and men, including persons with disabilities, visible minorities, and Aboriginal Peoples to apply for our career opportunities.
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RIO TINTO ALCAN Rio Tinto Alcan is seeking to fill the following contractor role for a 1 year term, residentially located in Kitimat, B.C.
CONTRACTOR POSITION - HEALTH, SAFETY AND ENVIRONMENT ADVISOR Under the direction of the Health and Safety Coordinator, the HSE Advisor is responsible for overseeing, developing, promoting, implementing and maintaining HSE Management Systems based on the integration and adaptation of recognized HSE Management Systems criteria. He/she will have to support Area Manager in supervisors’ competencies development. To qualify for this position the candidate must have:
TERRACE TOTEM WE ARE EXPANDING! Seeking
Service Writer/Coordinator Looking for an energetic, self-motivated individual with the ability to work in a fast paced environment. Successful applicants will have excellent customer service and communication skills and be proficient with computers. Some vehicle knowledge is an asset but not required. Exceptional compensation, benefit and pension package. Call 250.635.4984 or deliver in person: Jim Horner Terrace Totem Ford 4631 Keith Ave. Terrace, BC
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A Bachelors Degree in a related field (Kinesiology, Psychology, Ergonomics) Experience working in an industrial environment such as aluminum smelting. Strong communication skills and a desire to learn. Safety focus as a priority
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Conference - Training Event Coordinator - Part Time Plan, organize, coordinate & deliver a two day “Train the Trainer” event for local service providers and surrounding communities. Promote and facilitate six (6) follow up activities to disseminate the knowledge gained from the event. Complete final report, evaluation, expenses and other related project activity reports & documents; Event particulars & duties available on request. Please drop resume, event coordinator or similar experience below or email by 14 March 2014.
FOR OUR HELICOPTER BASE IN STEWART, BC Base Manager must be an operational pilot, with a minimum of 3000 hours PIC, 500 hours long line with approved mountain course and flying knowledge of the area and terrain around Stewart, BC. Minimum endorsements AS350 B2 and Bell 407. Preference will be given to candidates with previous base manager experience. This is a day rate position starting April 1, 2014. Please apply with resume and supporting documentation to firstname.lastname@example.org
CAREER OPPORTUNITY Join the Chances family today! If you’re looking for an exciting work environment in a ﬁrst-class facility, Chances Terrace is the place for you. Chances offers excellent career opportunities and competitive wages. Be part of a team that delivers exceptional gaming entertainment in a fun, social setting.
STARTING WAGE OF $12.00 CHANCES TERRACE IS LOOKING FOR
We are looking for dynamic individuals to serve patrons in a casual environment, collect payment and record sales, while ensuring that the level of service meets the gaming centre standards and also complies with provincial liquor legislation and regulations. All employees of Chances Terrace are required to complete a criminal record check. PLEASE LEAVE RESUME AT THE SECURITY DESK 4410 Legion Avenue, Terrace, B.C., V8G 1N6 Attention: Peter Thodt
Yellowhead Road and Bridge (Vanderhoof) Ltd. has an employment opportunity for a Trade Journeyman Pile Driver/Bridge Worker for its Vanderhoof facility. Vanderhoof is located in the center of BC with many summer and winter recreational opportunities. The position requires an energetic individual who enjoys working in the outdoors, is physically and mentally compatible with the work involved and able to work under the rigors of the job. The position includes year round work, carrying out bridge maintenance and construction during the summer months (approximately May to October), and assisting our crews with snow removal operations in the winter months (approximately November to April). Reporting to the Bridge Superintendent, the job will include working with the bridge crew, undertaking bridge maintenance and minor construction projects. The successful candidate will have completed the vocational training for the respective trade, with a valid Certificate of Qualification or approved equivalent. Preference will be given to candidates with several years experience in the trade, a valid BC drivers license is required with preference given to candidates with a minimum Class 3 license with air endorsement. Compensation is as per current Collective Agreement with the British Columbia Government Employees Union (BCGEU).
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The Kermode Friendship Society offers culturally sensitive, quality programs and services to the Aboriginal community members and community-at-large in the Terrace area. It is necessary to continue to develop programs, write proposals and raise funds to continue to develop programs and services to meet the needs of the community members. The position of the Program Director reports directly to the Executive Director. RESPONSIBILITIES t Research for funding opportunities t Conduct needs assessments to develop programs and proposals t Develop Programs based on community needs and write proposals for submission to funding agencies t Enforce all financial and program report deadlines by coordinating the reporting requirements for submission before the deadline with the respective program coordinators. t Provide proposals to the Executive Director for review and approval t Seek Board approval for funding submissions t Develop community programs (events/projects/workshops) that serve the Kermode Friendship Society community, ensuring that the spiritual, social and cultural values of the Kermode Friendship Society are the basis of all events t Supervision and reporting of programs that have no Program Coordinator t Budgeting t Financial reports t Coordinating activities t Meeting reporting requirements t Develop fundraising ideas and coordinator of fundraising events t Supervision of volunteers t Seeking staff support t Delegation of tasks for the successful completion of the event t Coordination of National Aboriginal Day t Location/space requirements t Insurance requirements t Displays and presenters t Vendor tables t Ensuring that necessary liability insurance in place for each event t Operational oversight of all programs t Manage the hiring process; which includes assisting with advertising, receiving applications and taking the lead in the hiring process. t Ensuring written monthly reports are submitted from Program coordinators. STATEMENT OF QUALIFICATIONS t Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work or equivalent t Proven abilities in developing programs for the Aboriginal community t Proven abilities in writing proposals and researching funding sources t Supervision and Leadership skills t Excellent communication skills, both oral and written t Computer skills t Familiar with Aboriginal issues KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & ABILITIES t Support Kermode Friendship Society programs by providing assistance with funding proposals and activities t Attend training programs as required t Attend meetings on behalf of Kermode Friendship Society as required. t Make community presentations to community groups and organizations when necessary t Develop good partnerships and relationships with other organizations and agencies in the Terrace area to gain community support for proposals and programs t Maintain current partnerships with local organisations t Other tasks as requested
To apply for this position please submit your resume in confidence by 4:30 PM, March 21, 2014 to: Yellowhead Road and Bridge (Vanderhoof) Ltd. PO Box 158 Vanderhoof, BC V0J 3A0 Fax: 1-250-567-3357 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
MANDATORY REQUIREMENTS t Criminal record check t Sign a code of ethics and a confidentiality agreement t Prepares and submits monthly activity reports to the Executive Director t Ensures that reporting requirements of the funding agency are met, with copies provided to the Executive Director t Reporting requirements according to BC Association of Friendship Centres (BCAAF)
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Help Wanted Resumes are being accepted for upcoming job opportunities in the Terrace and Northern B.C. area. Skills required: 1. Class 1, 2 or 3 drivers licence with Industrial experience. 2. Experienced Warehouse personnel. 3. Preference will be given to Certified and experienced Forklift and Telehandler operators. Please submit Resume & National Safety Code Drivers Abstract & copy of Certificates to: c/o The Terrace Standard File #325, 3210 Clinton St. Terrace, B.C V8G 5R2. Applications will be accepted until 5 pm March 24, 2014
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ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT Rupert Square Mall is seeking a full time Administrative Assistant to join our team. The Administrative Assistant is responsible to assist in customer service, accounts payable and receivable, tenant liaison, lease negotiations, Shopping Centre promotions, etc.
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The Administrative Assistant must be proficient with the use of Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook and Simply Accounting. Experience in finance and legal documents will be an asset. The successful applicant must have a criminal record check done.
Please send your resume to email@example.com before March 15, 2014. We thank you for your interest in this opportunity. Only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.
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Are you looking for an opportunity to receive hands on training in the Diamond Drilling Industry? The Driller’s Helper Course will be held in Smithers, BC and will include 6 days of hands on training in Hy-Tech’s yard as well as 3 days of classroom training.
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Computer Technician School District No. 52 (Prince Rupert) is accepting applications for the position of computer technician. This is a full-time continuing position, 8 hours per day, effective immediately. The successful applicant will install, repair and maintain computer hardware and software in schools and other district facilities. This position includes the training and support of teachers, secretaries, administrators and support staff in the use of computer software related to the education system, as well as to provide troubleshooting, problem solving and repair of computer hardware. Requirements include Grade 12 plus CompTIA A+ Certification and MicroSoft Certified Professional. Applicants must have a minimum of three years’ experience in a MicroSoft Windows Environment. Knowledge in VMWare would be an asset. The successful candidate is an effective communicator who has the ability to troubleshoot, diagnose and repair computer systems and be committed to working collaboratively on a results-oriented, learner-focused team. A willingness and ability to research and maintain currency of knowledge; ability to read and interpret schematics, wiring diagrams, drawings and specifications as well as discretion and confidentially in dealing with all matters pertaining to students and staff also define the successful candidate. Must have a valid B.C. driver’s license and be physically able to perform the duties of the position. Interested applicants can drop off their resume outlining qualifications and references at the School Board Office, 634–6th Avenue East, Prince Rupert, B.C. V8J 1X1; Fax (250) 624-6517 or Email: email@example.com. Closing date for applications is Friday noon, March 14th, 2014
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RIO TINTO ALCAN Rio Tinto Alcan is the aluminum product group of Rio Tinto, headquartered in Montreal, Canada. Building on more than a century of experience and expertise, Rio Tinto Alcan is the global leader in the aluminum industry. Rio Tinto Alcan is a global supplier of high-quality bauxite, alumina and primary aluminum. Its AP smelting technology is the industry benchmark and its enviable hydroelectric power position delivers significant competitive advantages in todayâ€™s carbonconstrained world. As part of Rio Tinto Alcan Primary Metal North America, the companyâ€™s BC Operation is based in Kitimat, British Columbia and is one of the largest industrial complexes in the province. Employing about 1200 people and contributing more than $290 million annually to the provincial economy, the Kitimat based aluminum operation is in the midst of growth.
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Quiet one bedroom in Thornhill. First and last monthâ€™s rent. D/D & good references reqâ€™d. No smoking or pets. $500/mo.Call: 250-638-8639 Rupert Rentals firstname.lastname@example.org * Furnished Executive House. Tastefully renovated, 2 bedrooms with amazing city and water view. Master suite is the entire top floor with ensuite/jacuzzi & deck. N/P, N/S. One year lease min. $2,500 per month. * K&C Building - 1 bedroom apartments. Centrally located on 3rd Ave across from City Hall. N/S, N/P. $650 per month. * 1 Bedroom suite. Nicely renovated with new appliances. East side of town. $850/month. Must have references. N/S, N/P. Available March 1st. * Check other availabilities at email@example.com References a must for all of the above. 1200 Summit Ave. Bachelor & 1 Bedroom Suites. Security Entrance, harbour views, balconies, storage, laundry facilities, hot water & heat included. Sorry no pets. Close to hospital, bus stop & downtown. References required. Contact our on site Manager at 250-624-6019
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Newer house/bright suite. 5 new appliances incl. DW, ensuite laundry W/D, central vac, gas f/p, elec. heat. Lovely area/Beautiful 10 min. commute to Prince Rupert. $900/mo. plus utilities. 250-628-9433
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Room & Board Accommodation Needed Starting in April,2014. LOA KMP camp worker,53, looking for room and board in Kitimat. Willing to pay $500/week. Please call 250-222-7173.
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Rooms for Rent Looking for Roommate to share 3 bedroom duplex in Kitimat. Fully furnished. Working person only. Please call 250-617-1938 between noon and 4 pm PR: Furnished room for rent. Shared living dinning room and kitchen, all utilities and internet included. Laundry facilities. Ocean View, fireplace. Ref recd. Elizabeth 250-6245854 (home) 778-884-5854 (cell)
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PR - 2 bdrm suite close to town cable included, off street parking. Looking for quiet working people. N/P, N/S. Located at 545 8th Ave W. Call 250-624-2054
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Townhouses 3 BDRM, 2 bath townhouse. Avail now. Walsh/ Horseshoe area. Definitely NP/NS. 5 applâ€™s. $2000./mo. 2 year lease. Call 250-638-7747 leave message. FOR Rent 3 bdrm townhouse in town, new reno, 4 appl. N/P N/S. Good ref a must, $1100/mo
+ util. Call 250-635-4980
PINE CREST 3 Bdrm. 2 Level T/H 1 Â˝ bath No pets Call Jenn 622-4304 PRINCE RUPERT Harbourview Apts. 2 & 3 Bdrm, 1 bath, Start at $600 No pets 627-6697 or 622-2699 TOWNHOMES in KITIMAT 3 bdrm, 1 Â˝ bath, carport Start $700. Sorry no Pets. Call Greg 639-0110
Boats 1989 SUN RUNNER boat. 21.5 feet, 125 aq Volvo inboard motor, Merc leg, excellent running condition. $7000 (250) 698-7533 leave a message we will call you back. Pictures available.
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Live aboard a Whitcraft Cabin Cruiser Houseboat. Spacious, renovated 42â€™ Fiberglas ,13â€™ Beam Kitchen, Living Room, Dining Room, Bedroom, Bathroom, Satellite TV Dickenson Stainless Steel Heating & Cooking Range Electric fridge / freezer, convection oven, double element hot plate 2 Ford Lehman - 254 cu.in. Diesel Engines, V Drives Swim Grid, 2 Electric Downriggers, Dry Exhausts, Crane. Surveyed at $76,000. Will sell for $48,000. Leo 778-884-1948 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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