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TERRACE - A celebration of the Dr. REM Lee Hospital Foundation’s 25th anniversary at Mills Memorial Hospital March 5 was capped with a presentation of $170,000 by the foundation to the hospital for the purchase of a new ultrasound machine. The foundation has become the main source for donations used to purchase vitally-needed medical equipment.

Worker killed on transmission line project By Margaret Speirs

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TERRACE - A worker contracted as part of the crews working on BC Hydro’s Northwest Transmission Line was killed in an accident March 15. Two workers were in a man basket that was part of a 22-ton mobile crane on rubber tires at the work site about 50 km north of Terrace March 15, said WorkSafe BC spokesperson Ally Skinner-Reynolds March 17. The man basket was suspended from the crane and about 85 feet off the ground, she said. They were putting conductors in place on a tower when the accident happened.

“It looks like a worker signalled for the crane to be lowered and something happened,” said Skinner-Reynolds. “The man bucket was swung around and hit the boom and the worker was thrown out to the ground below.” There were no reports on whether anything happened to the second man in the basket, she said. WorkSafe BC is investigating to find out what happened and an engineer is at the site to do an inspection, she added. A stop work order was issued at the site, she said. The man, whose name has not been released, was an employee of McGregor Con-

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struction 2000 Ltd, based in Edmonton, Alberta, said Skinner-Reynolds. Alex Budzinski, projects and public relations official for Valard, the company building the transmission line, said the company is reviewing the circumstances of the accident. “There was a fatality on a Valard project on March 15. The individual works for one of our stringing contractors, not Valard Construction,” he said. Terrace RCMP Sgt. Mike Robinson said police were called out to the accident scene. “The investigation is currently under the jurisdiction of Worksafe BC and the BC Coroner’s Service, he said.

BC Hydro vice president Greg Reimer said he was saddened by the death of the worker. “On behalf of everyone at BC Hydro, I offer my sincerest condolences to the employee’s family and co-workers. BC Hydro will work with the contractor to cooperate fully with investigation by WorkSafeBC and we will continue to offer any other support and assistance we can to the contractor and their employees,” he said in a statement released March 17. “Although there was no immediate danger to any other crews on-site, construction on the line was stopped immediately out of respect for the employee,” said Reimer.


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Children of murdered, missing to receive $50,000 from gov’t VANCOUVER - Ninety-eight children of B.C.’s missing and murdered women are eligible to share $4.9 million from the Province, the Government of Canada and the City of Vancouver, pursuant to a key recommendation of the Missing Women Commission of Inquiry (MWCI). The $50,000-per-child compensation offer is intended to provide the children of the women identified in the MWCI report with an opportunity to enhance their education, housing or other circumstances as they progress with their lives. Today’s an-

nouncement follows consultation among the funding partners, legal counsel for claimants and representatives for some of the 98 children. In offering the compensation, the three funding partners are hopeful they will reach a settlement with the 13 litigants involved in an ongoing civil action related to the loss of their mothers. In Forsaken: The Report of the Missing Women Commission of Inquiry, Commissioner Wally Oppal wrote, “Given the compelling evidence that I heard

concerning the intergenerational impact of these crimes and the need to break the hold of violence on families, I recommend that the Provincial Government establish a compensation fund for the children of the victims.” The compensation fund is one more part of provincial government’s response to the MWCI recommendations, which also includes policing reforms like the recent introduction of legislation to better support police in locating vulnerable and at-risk missing persons. That legislation was introduced just this year.

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Humane society gets budget hike By Cameron Orr


KITIMAT - The Kitimat Community Humane Society is getting a bump to their annual animal control contract, to better reflect their services and the ongoing increase in labour costs that haven’t been reflected in their annual budget until now. As well, employees of the Humane Society will now be granted the ability to issue tickets and perform inspections under powers allowed in the Community Charter. From here, the Humane Society will receive a monthly deposit of $13,410 for their services. That brings their contract up from the $6,115 they were receiv-

ing prior. Deputy Chief Administrative Officer Warren Waycheshen said at the March 10 committee of the whole meeting that over nine years their contract only rose about 13 per cent, not equal to even inflation. The increase will also help them take away reliance on volunteer hours, since they get calls at any time of day to handle animal control calls. Council’s motion meanwhile will also have the District advancing funds to the society in order to help out with a levy from the Canadian Revenue Agency. Relating to when the humane society detached itself from the

SPCA organization, the CRA eventually determined after audits that they had to pay GST for their animal control services, which they hadn’t prior to the organizational change. The bill, said shelter manager Maryann Oullet, was at its start $39,600. That has since been paid down to about $15,000, she told councillors. The advancement of the money to the society is not a grant, according to the motion. The funding in this new contract includes the cost of the manager-dog control officer, a full time dog control officer and two full time shelter workers.

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Residents fighting evictions from Port Edward trailer park park. “None of us feel safe there. We all feel our homes could be taken away from us because where are we going to put them? For many, moving the trailer is cost-prohibitive.” But a spokesperson for Stone Cliff Properties said the issue is not that the people living in the trailers haven’t paid rent, it’s that the owners of the trailer haven’t paid rent despite several attempts to contact them. “Under the [Manufactured Home Park Residential Tenancy] act, they are not our tenants, they are the tenants of the owners of the trailers. We can only accept rent from the registered owner of the trailer ... they have to pay the owner of the trailer, who then pays us. It has to be the owner of the trailer who pays us,” she said, noting the evictions are in the name of the trailer owner and not the person living there now. “This isn’t us trying to be mean, this is simply following the rules.”

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PORT EDWARD - Residents of the trailer park in Port Edward are fighting to keep a roof over their head after the new owners served 11 eviction notices earlier this month, evictions that Stone Cliff Properties Ltd. say are needed to stay within the law. The newly-formed tenants association packed Port Edward council chambers on March 11 to air their grievances before mayor and council, alleging they have been treated unfairly by the company that bought the park late last year. “They are eviction notices based on non-payment of rent because the owner has refused to accept rent and in some cases returned it to the tenants ... every one of these evictions is being disputed. They are not going to get away with it this time,” said association president Ed Day, noting the evictions account for roughly one-third of those in the

Another concern of the tenants is rules put in place prohibiting the storage of boats, tires, unlicensed vehicles or more than two licensed vehicles around people’s trailers. “I have never read anywhere that you can’t have a boat or a trailer parked beside your trailer,” said Day. “We have a boat launch in town that is paid for by the taxpayers, but if we can’t store a boat next to our trailers then that is a bit of a slap in the face.” But Stone Cliff said the storage rules were put in place to allow for major renovations and repairs needed at the park. “Fundamentally we need them to move to allow us to do the needed repairs to the water and sewer line. Right now we can’t do that because we can’t get equipment between the trailers ... we’re trying to get the work done and simply can’t,” said the spokesperson. “It is a safety concern because we can’t do the repairs.”


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KITIMAT - The Kitimat Multicultural Society is again hosting the Multicultural Potluck Dinner and Performance in Kitimat. The event is set to be held on March 29 at the Luso Canadian Hall in Kitimat.



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Lack of info stymies probe of hate crime TERRACE -An investigation into what police have described as a hate crime involving an assault on an individual has been concluded for now. “No arrests were made. If more information is received, the investigation will be reopened,” said Terrace RCMP Constable Angela Rabut of a Dec. 3, 2013 incident in which four men attacked another man near the Suwilaawks School in the 3400 Block of Straume Ave. The man, who was walking home from work, suffered minor injuries when he was assaulted by four men wearing black balaclavas. The group approached the victim from the courtyard of Suwilaawks School on the 3400 block of Straume, said police. Two men punched the victim while two stood by and watched. The victim was


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Notice to Gitga’at Members The Council of Gitga’at First Nation will be hosting a “Gitga’at Members” meeting the first Sunday of every month effective April, 2014. Meetings will center on Education, Training and Resource Development which impacts Gitga’at Title and Right. All meetings will be held at the Highliner Hotel, 815 1st Ave, Prince Rupert. Topics and presenters will vary each week.

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PRINCE RUPERT - Judy Riddell of the Prince Rupert Hospice Society, centre, accepts a $2,500 cheque from Prince Rupert Rotary Club projects chair John Paterson and club president Crystal Lorette.

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NORTHWEST TRANSMISSION LINE Snowmobiler and Winter Recreation Users Public Safety Notice Snowmobilers and winter recreationalists (cross country skiers, snow shoers, etc.) should be aware that the Northwest Transmission Line (NTL) is under construction, and the NTL right-of-way remains a construction zone with restricted access. This is required to avoid safety risks associated with such things as unmarked guy lines, construction materials and other potential hazards along the right-of-way, as well as for public and worker safety as construction activities continue. Martina Perry / the NORTHERN CONNECTOR

Arianne Jones speaks at the March 12 Chamber luncheon. “There’s five world cups before Christmas, and we had achieve two top fourteen results in a world cup,” she said. It wasn’t until the second last competition that Jones broke the top 14, earning 11th place in Whistler. With one more race to go in Salt Lake City, Jones had to place in the top 12 to achieve her dream. At Salt Lake City’s competition Jones placed 11th in her first run but was disqualified after her second because of a sled malfunction, which mean she had to face off against a teammate in a head to head race in Calgary. The best of three runs would qualify for the Olympics. “After the first race, my team-

mate had beat me by 1/100th of a second,” she said. However, Jones won the second run which meant whoever won the final race was going to the Olympics. Despite the pressure, Jones ended up winning and left for the Olympics three days later. “It was a journey that was incredibly difficult. It had amazing highs and devastating lows, but overall it turned me into the person I am today,” she said. Jones said she’s thankful to her sponsor Pacific Northwest LNG for funding her trip to Prince Rupert to speak to share her story with students. “I hope they take my story to heart.”

In particular, over the past year many of the transmission structures for the NTL project have been installed. Most of these structures are supported by currently unmarked guy lines which can be very difficult to see against a snow background. Please avoid using the right-of-way for your activities. If you are in the area, take extra care when travelling in the vicinity of the transmission structures. If you have any questions, please contact BC Hydro stakeholder engagement: 1 866 647 3334 or send an email to


PRINCE RUPERT - Believe in yourself and your dreams, even if no one else does. That’s the message Olympic athlete Arianne Jones injected into the minds of students after speaking in Prince Rupert and Port Edward schools. Jones was part of Canada’s Olympic Luge team, finishing 13th in the Sochi Olympic Games in February. “I had adversity to overcome. I had a big dream that nobody else believed I could accomplish,” said Jones. “I wanted to let the kids know if you have a dream believe in yourself and work hard because nobody else gets to decide if your dream is valid or not” Jones started luging when she was 12, with her Olympic dream igniting when she was a forerunner for the 2010 Olympic Games in Vancouver. “It was such an unbelievable experience ... It lit a flame inside of me [that made me want to pursue it and compete for my country],” she said. But because luge is a gravity sport and Jones is smaller in stature and weight, her ambitions weren’t taken seriously. “When I made a statement that I was going to try to make the national team, I didn’t have support from anyone. The coaching staff were very clear to me that they didn’t believe I could do it,” Jones said. “Instead of crumbling, I decided that I was going to try and give it everything I possibly had.” Jones’ efforts paid off because she made the national team, but the coaching staff still didn’t have faith in her up until she finished the season off in the top 10 ranking. Jones has been on the national team for the three years, and had to compete for one of three spots against her counterparts for the Canadian Luge team that would compete in the 2014 Olympic Games in Sochi.

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The right to lawful possession of the whole of Lot 62, Plan CLSR 51950, Gitanmaax Indian Reserve No. 1. This sale will conclude on June 25, 2014. The right to lawful possession of the whole of Lot 63, Plan CLSR 51950, Gitanmaax Indian Reserve No. 1. This sale will conclude on July 16, 2014. The right to lawful possession of the whole of Lot 285, Plan RSBC 3436R, Gitanmaax Indian Reserve No. 1. This sale will conclude on August 6, 2014. For an information package containing registration and survey information for the interest in land to be sold, please contact Crystal Hecht at or 1.888.917.9977 (toll free within BC). All bids must be delivered to: Superintendent of Indian Affairs 600 – 1138 Melville Street Vancouver, BC V6E 4S3


TERRACE - Barb Reay, owner of Shoppers Drug Mart and Shoppers Home Health Care, presents Terrace Churches Food Bank president John Wiebenga with a cheque for $1,161 from both stores’ annual jean day and staff party giveaway late last year.

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LNG companies start to multiply TERRACE - A relatively new company that’s the latest entrant in the liquefied natural gas (LNG) sweepstakes in northwestern B.C. says it already has off-take supply agreements signed with energy groups in two major Chinese cities. But the Canada Stewart Energy Group, which would export LNG from Stewart, says it is still looking to secure supplies of natural gas and partners to build a pipeline and LNG facility itself. The company filed a gas export applica-

tion yesterday with the federal National Energy Board, saying it would first use a floating LNG terminal and then move onshore. It says its floating LNG terminal would have an annual capacity of five million tonnes a year of LNG, placing it on the smaller end of other proposed projects in the region. But the Stewart group says its landbased terminals would increase its export capability by another 25 million tonnes a year, making it one of the largest of the proposed projects.

The company still has to receive environmental and regulatory approval for any project it might propose. It says it would power its facilities by electricity taken from BC Hydro’s line into Stewart or by running its own gas-powered turbines or by a combination. The company has not yet identified the Chinese energy groups with which it has off take supply agreements.

Meanwhile, Steelhead LNG Corp., a Vancouver-based liquefied natural Gas project development company whose principals have created and led some of the world’s largest, most successful and environmentally responsible natural gas and LNG projects, today announced that former BC Attorney General Geoff Plant has joined the company as a member of its Board of Directors.

All bids must include the bidder’s full name and band membership number, the address and telephone number at which the bidder may be reached, and a 10% down payment (see below). Payment of the successful bid must be made in the following manner: 1. A down payment of 10% of the offer must be made by cheque dated as of the date bidding closes. The cheque must be forwarded with the bid and made payable to the Receiver-General of Canada. 2. The balance of the offer must be paid by certified cheque, bank draft or money order within 10 days of delivery of notice of acceptance of offer. In the event that a bidder does not meet the payment requirements as set out above, the sale is null and void. Dated this 21st day of March, 2014, at Vancouver, British Columbia. Katherine Blair, Superintendent Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada, BC Region 600 – 1138 Melville Street Vancouver, BC V6E 4S3



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PRINCE RUPERT - The fate of a new condominium development on Graham Ave. could be decided later this month as council holds a public hearing on the rezoning of the site. Prince Rupert Living Concepts is proposing to construct a three-storey condominium at the very end of Graham Ave. that will include five two-bedroom units, six one-bedroom units and 13 covered parking stalls. Dubbing it an “aging in place design”, project manager Kevin Newton told Prince Rupert council the new housing would be for a targeted audience. “This is for people like myself who have a handicap or a mobile disability. This came about because of my desire to be somewhere more conducive to my disability,” he said, not-

ing it is also being designed for seniors who don’t want to live in a house or a home for the elderly. “People want to retire somewhere nicer than living in a home. I have nothing negative to say about Acropolis Manor, but that’s not what a lot of people are looking for ... these are high-end units developed for well-heeled users. It is for senior people who live in this town who want to stay in this town.” Newton said he expects it will take nearly a year to get all of the permitting and engineering work done, which would put the start of construction in the summer of 2015. While council set a public hearing on the rezoning for March 24, some councillors expressed their strong support for the project. “It is something we have talked about as a need in town.

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A rendering of the condominiuim complex proposed for the end of Graham Ave. As people age they want to stay in town but they don’t want to live in a house. I think this is something we need,” said Coun. Anna Ashley. “This is an excellent idea ... I think we need to look at

something like this not just for seniors but for young families,” added Coun. Joy Thorkelson, noting the influx of workers expected with major energy projects proposed for the region.

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Drydock plan proposed PRINCE RUPERT - Repairs on large vessels, such as tugs and the Digby Island Ferry, could soon be done on the North Coast as plans are in place to pursue the construction of a drydock facility in the community. A drydock allows large vessels to enter a confined area before the area is pumped out, leaving the vessel sitting on blocks or other supports. A letter from sent from Alec Spiller of Spiller Marine Services to municipal governments and industry stakeholders outlines the rationale for seeking such a project in the region. “Our airport and Port Simpson ferries and the present fleet of larger fish boats and tugs shows that, as a port, we desperately need this facility ... the repair and maintenance work we are seeking routinely numbers in the hundreds of thousands and sometime millions of dollars,” wrote Spiller. “The list of potential immediate customers for the services of a drydock and mechanical repair facility show the facility is warranted at the present time and will certainly grow with the expanding capabilities of our port city.” Negotiations with First Nations, investors and entrepreneurs is ongoing and Spiller said the government’s Drydock Subsidies Act would provide par-

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tial construction funding and a 35-year subsidy for a minimum 3,500 tonne drydock facility. Should the project proceed, Spiller notes it is more than just the marine service industry that would benefit. “With the above building of the 3,500 tonne drydock and the installation of a 100 tonne marine travel lift on a prime piece of Prince Rupert waterfront, it is estimated that we could have 30 to 50 skilled workers with substantial paying jobs working immediately with the capability to increase the workforce substantially as business expands,” he wrote. “With an ongoing subsidy for 35 years, the city taxes could be expected to be paid for that period of time, which would be a tremendous bonus for the property owners and the City of Prince Rupert.” Spiller Marine Services is also working with the Prince Rupert and Port Edward Economic Development Corporation on the proposal and Paul Vendittelli of the corporation said the project has its full support. “Port related developments have become the primary source of economic activity in the Prince Rupert and Port Edward area, but a sufficient level of infrastructure simply does not exist. Prince Rupert and Port Edward’s strategic positioning along B.C.’s north coast makes it ideal to provide a drydock,” he wrote.

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TERRACE MARCH 26 – Terrace Toastmasters: please join us at our new location in Northwest Community College in the Industrial Trades/Training Complex, room 1107 for our next meeting at 7 p.m. New members are always welcome. Please call Randy 250-635-2151 or Rolf 250-635-6911 for more information. MARCH 28 – Terrace Public Library presents an evening with author Arno Kopecky, who will be discussing his latest book The Oil Man and the Sea: Navigating the Northern Gateway – “the story of a sailing expedition into British Columbia’s Great Bear Rainforest and the heart of the Northern Gateway Pipeline controversy” at 7 p.m. at the library. Please join us for this free event. APRIL 10 – Relay for Life Final Team Rally is from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. at the school board office on Kenney St. Do you want to be part of relay but work on relay day, Saturday May 10? Then enter a virtual team: members register a team, fundraise and then wear their tshirts at work on relay day. A sign at the track will represent your team and a sign at your workplace will indicate your support. When finished work, come to the track and enjoy the rest of the day celebrating Carnival for a Cure. For more details, call Josette 6381347 or grahamhome@ or Kory 6152375 or k.tanner@telus. net. APRIL 12 – Spring Affair is the first annual spring Arts and craft and home fair, featuring local artists and crafters from around the northwest from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on the second floor of Skeena Landing (4065 Motz Rd.). Free. For more details, call 641.6423 or ONGOING FOOD SKILLS for Families at Ksan House invites those interested to come learn how to cook healthy simple meals, learn cooking skills, share ideas of cooking and shopping on a budget, gain handson cooking experience,


try out and adapt simple recipes to take home, have fun and share in the enjoyment of the food and making new friends from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. for six Thursdays starting April 3. Learn how to find and prepare healthy foods to meet cultural, social and financial needs, learn about nutrition, how to make healthy food choices, safe food handling and storage, meal planning, healthy snacks, shopping and much more. Free! Limited number of spaces, must  commit  for all six  sessions. Facilitated by Agatha Jedrzejczyk. Register with Char at 635-2654. SHARING MY Story lets you record stories from your life as a legacy for family and friends in which a specially trained hospice volunteer asks questions that help recall stories you would like to share. There is no charge, however, a donation to the Terrace Hospice Society is gratefully accepted. To schedule an appointment to share your story or for more information about hospice, call 6354811. CRISIS PREVENTION, Intervention and Information Centre for Northern BC has a 24hour crisis line 1-888562-1214. Free. Confidential. No call display. ONLINE CHAT for youth in crisis or emotional distress – www. – from 4 p.m. to 10:30 p.m. daily, except Mondays and Tuesdays. This chat supplements the Youth Support phone line 1-888-564-8336, available from 4 p.m. to 11 p.m. every day. Free. Confidential. No call display. Call forwarded to 24 hour crisis line after hours. VOLUNTEERS WANTED for the spring session of therapy riding. If you love working with children and horses, you will find this volunteer work not only fun but very rewarding. You only need to give an hour or more a week. Sessions are Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday from 3 p.m. till 7 p.m.  The  Northwest Therapeutic Equestrian Association appreciates any help you can offer.  Session starts April 8th and continues


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till end of May. Please contact Lynne 6353474 or Judy 635-5539.

N O R T H E R N HEALTH offers an Aboriginal Patient Liaison, who can help people of aboriginal descent with finding their way through the health care system, arranging for translators and helping to contact friends, family, band health directors and other agencies. The liaison also provides support to patients and families and helps plan for discharge once it’s time to go home. The Aboriginal Patient Liaison is available Monday to Friday from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Call Lloyd 638-4085 or on his cell 631-2226 or Lloyd.McDames@northernhealth. ca.

KITIMAT MARCH 21 - 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. APRIL 1 – The Kitimat Food Bank Society will be holding its Annual General Meeting at 7:30 p.m. in the Presbyterian Church Lounge on the corner of Nalabila and Lahakas. Interested persons are welcome. APRIL 30 – Is your child starting kindergarten this year? The Health Unit will be holding a Pre-Kindergarten Immunization Clinic-Kindergarten Round Up fair for all children born in 2009. Please call 6323181 to book your appointment for 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. ONGOING THURSDAYS, SIGN up for the BC Seniors Games Zone 10, 1 to 4 p.m. at the Kitimat Seniors Centre. Every Thursday as long as necessary. 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.

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. 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 Centre. 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. KITIMAT FIBRE Arts Guild: Interested in knitting, spinning, weaving, or any other fibre? For more information phone Maureen 250-632-5444. KITIMAT MULTIPLE Sclerosis - I have M.S. but M.S. does not have me. You are not alone, male or female, and the Kitimat M.S. group would like to be here for you. Total confidentiality. For more information contact Mary at 250-639-6016. AGLOW OF Kitimat - All are welcome at our Care Group and Bible Study for men and women, singles or married, Thursday at 7:00 P.M. For information phone Brenda at 250632-1616. DID YOU KNOW that literacy is more than just being able to read? The Kitimat Adult Literacy Program provides FREE tutoring services

for adult interested in improving their reading, writing, math, communication, and information technology skills. Is English NOT your first language? We provide FREE tutoring and small group English as a Second Language (ESL) classes. For more information please call Brandi at 250-632-7393 or to see what’s happening at the Community Corner check us out at www.kitimatcommunityservices. ca/KALP.html or find us on facebook. DO YOU have diabetes? We offer individual and group counseling. Certification for blood glucose strips is available. Make an appointment and bring your meter. The Good Food Box is part of our program. Forms for this can be picked up at the Living Well Program or at the hospital main desk. Donations for this worthwhile program are always accepted. For more info call 250-632-8313 during operating hours - Wednesdays 8:00 a.m. to noon, Thursdays 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. - or leave message on our voice mail. We are located on the second floor of the Kitimat Hospital in the Home Support offices.

PRAYER CANADA Kitimat meets upstairs at the fire hall Tuesdays, from noon - 1:00 p.m. All are welcome to pray for our city council and those in positions of authority in Kitimat, for the government of BC and of Canada. For information call Lesley at 250-632-4554.

PRINCE RUPERT MARCH 27 - 10am3pm Prince Rupert Friendship House Association is hosting a FREE Culture and Wellness Day at the Nisga’a Hall. There will be cultural workshops and lunch provided. Call 250-627-1717 today to register.


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PRINCE RUPERT Alcoholics Anonymous. If you want to drink, that’s your business. If you want to stop, that’s ours. 627-1119.

APRIL 21 - 1-2pm Diabetes Support Group is meeting in Room 429 in the Prince Rupert Regional Hospital.

AL-ANON MEETINGS: First Presbyterian Church, 233 4th Ave. E in basement. Tues. 8pm. All are welcome. Call 627-4899.


NARCOTICS ANONYMOUS Drug problem? We can help Mon 8-9pm, 223 4th Ave. East, Presbyterian Church (side door).

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. THE PRINCE Rupert Regional Community Foundation is accepting applications for the 2014 Granting Process and the deadline for submissions is Midnight on March 31st. The grant criteria and grant applications can be downloaded at and then the applications can be mailed to Box 66, Prince Rupert, B.C. V8J3P4 or dropped off to the attention of Karen Basso at Quadra Travel in the Rupert Square Mall. Applications can also be emailed to THE PRINCE Rupert & District Hospice Society is dedicated to “The care and support of those experiencing the dying and grieving process” For more information, support or to become a volunteer please call 250-622-6204. 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. CANADIAN CANCER Society is looking for volunteers to help with the daffodil campaign in April. Call Judy Rea at 624-3913 for more details.

APRIL 5 - 6pm First Presbyterian Church is hosting their annual Ham and Salad dinner. Enjoy delicious salads, ham and desserts. Silent auction to follow. Call 250-624-3683.

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 or Kathleen 624-5652. Coffee is always on!

APRIL 8 - 7-9pm Transition Prince Rupert presents a course on Gardening Essentials. Its all about planting and

PRINCE RUPERT Seniors Centre Bingo Fridays 1- 3pm. Everyone 19 and older welcome.

JOIN THE YWCA for a 2 day FREE-Train-theTrainer course on taking action against abuse of older adults. For more info. contact project co-ordinator Renu at rchaudhry@ywcavan. org or 604-895-5790. THE PRINCE Rupert Breast Cancer Support Group invites any woman living with cancer to attend monthly luncheons every 3rd Sat. each month at noon at the Crest Hotel. FRIENDSHIP HOUSE hosts: AamaGoot Power Puff Girlz Club (ages 7-12) Tues. 3- 5pm, 3rd floor, AamaGoot Women’s Carving Learn to Carve Wed. 6- 9pm, Main level back entrance. AamaGoot Ladyz Club (18yrs +) Learn new artistic designs through sewing, beading, etc. Sat. 14pm, 3rd floor meeting room. Phone Carol at Friendship House 6271717, ext. 64 for more. VISIT THE Military Museum at the Royal Canadian Legion 1pm4pm Thurs-Sunday. P.R. ROYAL Canadian legion meeting every 3rd Mon. each month. Call Marie 622-2869. SCHOOL DISTRICT 52 Band Program is looking for donations of band instruments for students who do not have their own to use! Help bring music to all students by donating that trumpet in the basement or the saxophone in the closet! If you have an instrument not being played, call 627-6717 for pickup. MEALS ON Wheels program needs volunteers to deliver hot meals to people in Prince Rupert on Mon. Wed. and Fri. from 11am- 12noon. Call Andrea Vogt 250622-6375 for more info.

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The BC Government is proposing to offload the province’s world-class recycling programs, run by local municipalities, to an association led by big multi-national corporations. The idea is that we’ll get a better, more efficient program that costs taxpayers less.

Currently, BC homeowners only pay, on average, $35 a year for curbside recycling. Under the proposed regime, you’ll pay more. Every time you bring home a pizza, buy toilet paper,

Unfortunately, what we’ll really end up with is anyone’s guess.

How much more? Well, nobody’s saying.

The association isn’t guaranteeing that we’ll get a better program, or even one as good as the current Blue Box program already in place. Since the association is led by big businesses outside of BC, many of whom are not even headquartered in Canada, one could presume that profits will come before environmental stewardship. They usually do. They also won’t guarantee that there won’t be any job cuts here in BC.

Here’s the only thing anyone does know: we already have a Blue Box program that works, is efficient, managed locally and puts the BC environment first. So why is the BC government flipping a coin, bringing in a questionable recycling program that some of our local elected officials are already calling a “scam?”

And how is this supposed to make things better for BC?

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BC Lions speak against violence By Shaun Thomas

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PRINCE RUPERT - Players from the BC Lions were in Prince Rupert on Thursday to meet with students at Charles Hays and discuss issues related to violence against women. Lions fullback Rolly Lumbala and quarterback Travis Lulay spent an hour talking to a standingroom-only crowd in the common area of the school as part of the “Be More Than a Bystander” program. Lumbala said “Be More Than a Bystander” carries an important message for everyone in the province. “The program is about putting an end to violence, in particular creating awareness about violence against women ... we’re also trying to talk to the students about options they have. People see these things happen, and they can be shocking and disturbing, and not know what to do or who to talk to,” he said following the presentation. “We’re trying to promote a culture of love and respect.” Lumbala and Lulay were wrapping up a tour of the Northwest that saw them visit schools in Terrace and Kitimat as well. Lumbala said students across the region were very appreciative of the message. “It’s been great, we’ve been well received everywhere we go. This is something that touches a lot of people in every community, so we get a lot of people saying thanks,” he said, noting he is a big fan of this type of community outreach. “I love it. I always say the bigger the spotlight you have on you the more responsibility you have to go into the community and deliver a positive message ... it changes your mindset and allows you to grow.” This is the second year the BC Lions have visited Prince Rupert students, last year bringing a message about perseverance and overcoming obstacles to achieve a dream.

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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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Above, Kallie Albert, 4, and her mom Sara buy hotdogs at a barbecue fundraiser for Hailey outside of Walmart March 14. Right, Sarah Crampton takes video of International Dessert Night as members of the area Sparks and Girl Guides gather for a combined meeting at Uplands Elementary Feb. 19. The video was sent to Hailey, who is a Spark.

Battling leukemia with a smile TERRACE - A little girl diagnosed with leukemia is fighting the disease with a smile. Hailey Pettit, 6, has been at BC Children’s Hospital since January 5 for treatment of Burkitt’s Leukemia. Her mom Sherry Pettit has been by her side since they were medevaced to Vancouver the same day she was diagnosed, said her dad Ted Pettit, who tries to travel down to see her once a month and who uses a webcam to speak with her daily. The disease is very aggressive so the treatment is just as aggressive, said Ted. Hailey’s beginning her fifth round of chemotherapy, which is about one week of treatment and one week without treatment to give her body a chance to recover, he said. In spite of it all, Hailey is still “a ray of

sunshine,” said Ted. You can see that in her photos but it’s even more evident in person, he added. “When you see her face to face, she brightens up the room,” he said, adding at times she does feel sad. “Both my girls are my heroes,” he said, referring to Hailey and her older sister Kyra, 11. Hailey didn’t want anyone to shave their head for her because she didn’t want them to be uncomfortable, but Ted came up with an idea to do something for her. She likes pigtails so he decided to try to grow some for her, which also includes growing a goatee as pigtails might grow faster there and not on his head, which he shaves. The outpouring of community support has been amazing, he said.

“I don’t think I was prepared for the amount of support, the amount of love and support this town has shown, it’s completely overwhelming,” said Ted. “It’s kind of wonderful so while she’s there, she knows she’s not alone.” A Facebook page, Team Hailey, provides updates on Hailey, photos and is where anyone can post greetings to Hailey, who is expected to be in hospital for another six to eight months. In a message from Vancouver, Sherry said, “Hailey is my HERO...I am so very proud of her strength through this journey... We feel wrapped by the arms of our community...I can not convey how this makes us feel....thank you to one and all.” To learn more about fundraisers for Hailey, see the Team Hailey Facebook page.

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CELEBRATION OF LIFE TERRY INTERMELA March 22 2014 Drop in at the Ocean View Hotel 2pm - 6pm.

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Every Saturday 9am- 12:30pm Craft Items, Artisans, Baking Home Business & Yard Sale Items. For table rentals call Rosa 250-624-4787 or Kathleen 250-624-5652


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Lost in Kitimat - Sunday, March 2 - Woman’s wristwatch. Not sure of area. If found please call 250-632-3406 REWARD OFFERED!!! KITIMAT - Lost ladies oblong shaped clutch style wallet. Lost first week of March. 250-632-5162

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William (Bill) George

MUTCH April 6, 1957 March 14, 2014

In Loving Memory

William Meier

(Willie) March 26, 1932 to March 14, 2014

Willie passed away peacefully with his family at his side after a lengthy struggle with Alzheimer’s. Willie was born in Munich, Germany and immigrated to Canada in 1953, embarking on a new life which he found in Kitimat. He worked for Alcan until he opened his own business in 1968. His love for work and his community was evident in his success and involvement in many clubs, service organizations and the Catholic Church. He is survived by his wife Inga, his three children Thom (Diana), Yvonne (Robert) and Jackie (Mark) and six grandchildren - Jessica, Samuel, Danica, Tyler, Joel and Kyle. He was full of optimism and energy and passionate about gardening. The family expresses their deepest appreciation to all the nurses and staff at Mountainview Lodge in Kitimat where he spent the last two years. His funeral was held at Christ the King Church in Kitimat.

~ Peace Be With You ~ In lieu of flowers donations can be made to the Alzheimer’s Society of BC.

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It is with deep sadness that we announce the sudden passing of our brother, father, uncle and friend to many, Bill, at the age of 57. Predeceased by his parents George and Margaret Mutch. Bill is survived by his brothers Brian (Kathy), Ted (Sandy), Corky; sister Mary-Ellen and his son Royden Mutch. A service and gathering will be held at 6 PM Monday March 24 at the Salvation Army. In lieu of flowers a donation to the Salvation Army will be greatly appreciated.

Corrine Diane Furtado July 30, 1957-March 17, 2014 Corrine Diane Furtado, 56, passed away at home with her family by her side on the morning of March 17, 2014. She was born in Campbell River, BC on July 30, 1957 to the late Sharon Biggs and Raymond Biggs. She graduated from Caledonia High School in Terrace, BC. After high school Corrine became an operator at BC Tel. She married the love of her life, Manuel Furtado, on July 7th, 1979. Corrine is survived by her sister, Laurie Biggs (Rob), brother Glenn Biggs (Josiane) and her children Candice Prokopchuk (Mike) and Tyler Furtado (Michelle). She is also survived by her four grandchildren; Logan, Ava, Gavin and Brayden. She will missed as well by many nieces and nephews. In 1985 Corrine was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis. Forever the optimist, she didn’t let her disease get in her way of living life to the fullest. She enjoyed music, eagles, and trips in her convertible Volkswagen bug. Her life was rich with love and laughter. She truly lived her life for her family. The family would like to extend their sincere appreciation to the following: Dr. Patti from UBC (pre-deceased) Dr. Smit, Dr. Baerg, Yolanda (GF Strong), Barb and Marleen and the nurses from HCN. Also, thanks to Gerri and all the wonderful home care workers that came into Corrine’s home to care for her over the years. In lieu of flowers donations can be made to the local chapter of the MS Society. A Celebration of Life will be held on Thursday, March 27th, at 4:00pm at the Maritime Heritage Centre in Campbell River, BC.

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Pacific Cornerstone Baptist Church Sunday Service at 11:00 am “Know What You Believe and Why You Believe It.â€? Phone 250-632-4924 •



Kitimat Pentecostal Fellowship Pastor Mickeal Hoffman 1340 Kingfisher Avenue Church Ph. 250-632-5623

Sunday Morning Worship Service 10:30 am Wednesdays Prophetic Studies 7:30 pm ALL ARE WELCOME

BAPTIST CHURCH Presbyterian Church FIRST 840 Columbia Ave. – Ph. 250-632-6014 Lahakas and Nalabila Ph. 250-632-2044 or 250-639-6464

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Sunday, Mar. 23 Third Sunday in Lent

Sunday, March 23 - 9:30am “Bible Connections�

10:30 am Worship Service & Sunday School Worship Leader: Chris Knight “Start the week right - come worship with us.�

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LENTEN SERIES #3 “Peter and the servant girlâ€? • Mark 14:66-72

Christ Church Anglican 1220 Kingfisher Ave. • Ph. 250-632-7812

All are Welcome Third Sunday in Lent March 23 at 10:30 am Eucharist with Fr. Luke Anker “The law of the Lord is perfect and revives the soul.� Psalm 19

Christ the King PARISH 1760 Nalabila Boulevard Ph 250-632-2215 Father Kenneth Uwaoma Saturday, March 22 7:30 pm Celebration of the Eucharist

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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:

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Apply to: Brent DeJong, New Car Sales Director NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE All Positions are Full Time In-House Training. Excellent renumeration & benefit package available to successful applicants.

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Third Sunday of Lent “Lord, you are truly the Saviour of the world; give me living water, that I may never be thirsty.� John 4:42, 15

Stations of the Cross “Prayer for Peace� Friday, March 28 at 7 pm in the Church

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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 for a more complete list of duties. The qualiďŹ ed candidate must have: •Accounting Designation •Exceptional skills with use of accounting software; • ProďŹ ciency in MS OfďŹ ce; • 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: 101ďŹ rst@ No phone calls please.

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Childcare DISCOVERY CHILDCARE is seeking a casual employee with a min. of an Assistant Licence to Practice. ECE or Infant/Toddler license to practice is a plus as is responsible adult certiďŹ cation. Wage is based on education lvl. Please email; fax resume to 250-624-6345, or call Lisa at 250-624-6979

Education/Trade Schools INTERIOR HEAVY EQUIPMENT OPERATOR SCHOOL. NO Simulators. In-the-seat training. Real world tasks. Weekly start dates. Job board! Funding options. SignUp online! 1-866-399-3853 START NOW! Complete Ministry approved Diplomas in months! Business, Health Care and more! Contact Academy of Learning College: 1-855-354-JOBS (5627) or We Change Lives!

Help Wanted $18 hour /25 hours a week for A FIT female worker required for personal care. National & World Travel option. No experience needed, on the job training. Contact Allen at 250-635-4992 or PM Serious inquires only AERO Trading Co Ltd- Port Edward BC Currently accepting applications for the upcoming Season - On-call/Seasonal work- Applicants must be capable of working in physically demanding, fast-paced environment. Experience would be an asset Please apply in Person 1080 Skeena Drive, Port Edward BC

A Fishing lodge in Terrace is looking for a part-time cook! Are you interested? Please phone: 250-975-0616 CARLTON Cards is looking for a part time merchandiser for Prince Rupert, BC. Approx 1-4 hours per week. Must have computer with internet connection. email resume to

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. Only candidates being considered for an interview will be contacted


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

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Experienced Automotive Technician required for busy well equipped shop in Kitimat. $35/hr, medical/dental beneďŹ ts. Great client base. Apply by email: or phone: 250-632-2262

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HAIR STYLIST required at well established Kitimat Salon. Forward resumes to Box 33, Kitimat Northern Sentinel, 626 Enterprise Ave. Kitimat, B.C. V8C 2E4 Now Hiring Lawncare/Landscaping Personnel. Physically ďŹ t/ Self motivated. Class 5 license. Experience is preferred. Call 250-615-8638

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Experienced cook with the ability to work in any station as required. Trade qualification as asset. B.C. Food Safe required. Must be creative and passionate about culinary arts. Must be a good team member.

Fax resume to: 250-635-6381 Email: Or: 4702 Lakelse Avenue, Terrace, B.C. V8G 1R6



For a Full or Part Time position Must be willing to work Fridays & Saturdays. Apply in person with resume to

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CERTIFIED OBSERVER /SERVICE TECHNICIAN PRINCE RUPERT, BC Archipelago Marine Research Ltd is seeking a reliable and motivated individual to work as a certified observer and/or electronic monitoring service technician in Prince Rupert. The hours of work and schedules are variable, based on season, and will involve evening and weekend work. Training will be provided to the successful candidate How to Apply Visit us at for a full job description and how to apply.

Circulation Supervisor The Terrace Standard requires a circulation supervisor. Duties include supervising a diverse group of newspaper carriers and collators, shipping and receiving, data entry and dealing with the public. A strong knowledge of computers and computer programs is essential. On site training. This is a Tuesday to Friday position. The compensation package includes benefits. Please address applications complete with resume and two letters of reference by March 28, 2014 to: The Publisher Terrace Standard 3210 Clinton Street, Terrace, B.C. V8G 5R2 Fax 250-638-8432

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Haisla Nation Council Haisla Nation Council has an immediate opening for the position of:

DIRECTOR OF OPERATIONS DUTIES: • To assist the COO in providing leadership to all of the HNC departments; • In collaboration with the COO, comply with the following: ~ All HNC bylaws, policies, and procedures; ~ Relevant funding agencies; ~ Day to day management operations of HNC; ~ Supervision of HNC staff in the delivery of programs and administrative services; ~ Development of the annual operating budgets and work plans for HNC operations with Program Managers; ~ Conduct annual performance reviews of all Program Managers; ~ Follow and administer the HNC Personnel and Policy Manual; ~ Communicate key information to other departments in regards to operations, human resources, competitive environment, cost management, and other areas; • Other duties as directed by the Chief Operating Officer. QUALIFICATIONS: • Relevant Bachelor’s degree and five (5) years experience; • Business Management, with financial experience; • Excellent writing, research, and computer skills • Excellent people management and facilitation skills; • Knowledge of AANDC, Human Rights legislation, and Labour Canada regulations; • Must be willing and able to pass a Criminal Record Check; • Must possess a valid BC Drivers License. Interested individuals should submit a cover letter and resume which must include names of three (3) references and the express permission for Haisla Nation Council (HNC) to contact these references, to: Stephanie McClure, Human Resources Manager, Haisla Nation Council Haisla PO Box 1101 Kitamaat Village, BC V0T 2B0 Fax (250) 632-2840 Phone (250) 639-9361, ext. 204 Email: No later than 4 pm on Thursday, April 17, 2014. We thank all applicants for their interest, however, only those short-listed will be contacted.

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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

SHIPPER RECEIVER /PARTS Large recreational dealer, has an immediate opening for an enthusiastic, well spoken, self motivated individual. Computer experience is necessary. Preference will be given to applicants with previous experience. Must possess a current class 5 drivers license. Please apply in person to:





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Duties will also include bookkeeping. The ideal candidate will be a motivated self-starter with excellent communication and organizational skills. Salary commensurate with experience. Please send your resume to: Carlyle R. Shepherd, CA Carlyle Shepherd & Co. Chartered Accountants 277 City Centre Kitimat BC V8C 1T6

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Thompson Community Services is looking for people to share their homes. Do you want to make a dičerence in someone’s life?

TCS has an opportunity for you! TCS is recruiĆ&#x;ng Home Share Providers to support and share their home with adults who are eligible for services under Community Living BC. We have a devoted team that will support and train you. We believe in matching individuals with you and your family; not only will you enhance the life of an individual but you will also enrich your own. RemuneraĆ&#x;on is provided according to the needs of the individuals served. To learn more about this opportunity please call 250-615-3278 or email KrisĆ&#x;e Ebeling at Visit our website at

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Full and Part time for Coastal Taxi Send resume & driver’s abstract to PO Box 56 Kitimat, BC V8C 2G6 No phone calls Mount Layton Hotsprings Is currently taking applications for; Bartender/Server, Front Desk Clerk/Night Auditor, Housekeeping and Cooks. Please email Resume to or apply in person at Mount Layton Hotsprings. PART TIME OPPORTUNITYANDERSON MERCHANDISERS-CANADA INC.” requires a Merchandiser to service and maintain various productlines in Prince Rupert retail outlets. Reliable transportation, computer withinternet and printer, access to digital camera and able to lift up to required. Approximately 3-5 hours per week. Salary is negotiablebased on experience. Email resume to: or fax to 905-763-6785 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

Seasonal Merchandiser for Mckenzie Seed displays. Tidy and restock seed displays, some ordering of product, count out product at end of season. Gardening knowledge helpful, but not necessary. Terrace, Kitimat, Prince Rupert & Smithers area. Time approx. 2 days/wk early March to mid-July. Pay daily rate + mileage. Contact Laura at Mckenzie seeds Edmonton, Phone: (780)453-3535

Wanted: Full-time Summer Dockhand Prince Rupert Rowing and Yacht Club position from May - Sept. Job duties: Organizing & mooring transient vessels. Minor and major dock maintenance. Custodial duties and other duties as required. Independent and confident workers. Extra qualifications that are helpful: P.C.O, Radio operators, First Aid, Bronze Cross. Please email resume to or drop off in mailbox at 121 George Hills Way.

Hotel, Restaurant, Food Services A&W is currently seeking Store Managers for Vanderhoof, Burns Lake, Smithers & Terrace. We offer an excellent compensation and incentive package. For more info, or to apply, send resume to


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JOURNEYMAN HEAVY DUTY MECHANIC is required for coastal logging operations near Woss, BC. Year round employment with full benefits. Further details can be found at Please fax resume to 250-287-9259.

WE are looking for Journeyman and Apprentice Electricians to work in the Terrace area. Please email your resumes to or fax 250-830-0444. No phone calls please. Only those will be contacted.

OWNER/OPERATOR - 325 Butt-n-top Log Loader (BC Certified Safe with own WCB#) Looking for work during Spring/Summer 2014. Sid can be reached at 250-8474628.

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ELECTRICAL COMPANY requires Journeymen & Apprentices for a new hospital project in Burns Lake. Email resume to: ENSIGN IS looking for Assistant Drillers, Drillers, Night Tour Pushes, and Rig Managers for our Australian Division. Recruiter’s will be in Nisku, Alberta, March 31 - April 9 to conduct interviews. If you want to hear more about our International opportunities please contact our Global group and apply online Call 1-888-367-4460. GPRC, FAIRVIEW Campus, Alberta needs Power Engineering Instructors. No teaching experience, no problem. Please contact Brian Carreau at 780-835-6631 and/or visit our website at

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Full time permanent is available in our Terrace store. We offer competitive wages & benefits. Sales background in the construction industry would be an asset. Strong computer skills required. Convoy Supply is an equal opportunity employer. Only those selected for an interview will be contacted. Send applications by email: No phone calls please.

DEASE LAKE, BC Assist the General Manager in a busy hotel. Priority will be given to a couple. Accommodation Provided. Term: May – October Wage: Competitive Salary You will be responsible for guest check-in, reservations, night audit & will provide support to the General Manager in running the hotel.


Req. at Canuck Mechanical in Prince George Must have exp. doing service work & be proficient with trouble shooting heating systems & plumbing problems. Top wages & benefits Email resume to:

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Boston Pizza – Terrace is seeking a highly motivated, energetic individual as Head Cook. This is a salary position consisting of a 40 hour work week. Remuneration of $37,400 per year. You must have a solid understanding of food and labor controls and a desire to meet these challenges while implementing and training Heart of House staff on the Boston Pizza system. Excellent verbal communication skills required. This position is responsible for the day to day operations of the kitchen. Duties will include purchasing, inventory control, receiving, preparation of all foodstuffs, the staffing and scheduling of all kitchen staff and the on-going training, supervision and development of the kitchen staff. Qualifications must include minimum of 3 years kitchen experience and ability to supervise up to 20 staff. Please fax or email resume with cover letter to:

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PAYROLL CLERK required immediately

Essential job functions include but are not limited to the following: t Responsible for completing 3 bi-weekly payrolls t Set up new hires t Complete ROE’s accurately and in a timely manner t This role is responsible for deployment and maintenance of payroll procedures and processes. t Information resource on general payroll administration, including federal and provincial government rules and regulations t Read, analyze, and interpret, technical procedures and government regulations. t Ability to effectively present information and respond to questions from supervisor, employees, and administration team. t Answer all payroll related inquires Requirements: t 2-5 years of payroll experience. t Excel and computerized payroll software (AccPac preferred) experience t High level of confidentiality t Ability to manage multiple completing priorities in an ever changing environment t Ability to identify and resolve situations in a diplomatic and timely manner. t Follows policies and procedures; Completes administrative tasks correctly and on time; supports organization’s goals and values. Bear Creek Contracting 3550 Highway 16 E, Terrace, BC V8G 5J3 Fax 250-635-6919 email:

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Read this notice carefully. You may be eligible for a refund. This Notice is to all persons who borrowed a payday loan from The Cash Store or Instaloans located in British Columbia during the period November 1, 2009, to March 23, 2012, and who also purchased a cash card at the time of negotiating the payday loan. Pursuant to a March 23, 2012 determination by the Director of Consumer Protection BC, a related Compliance Order of the same date and a Supplemental Compliance Order dated November 30, 2012, The Cash Store and Instaloans are required to refund to all borrowers with loan agreements negotiated between November 1, 2009 and March 23, 2012, the amount of any issuance fee charged, required or accepted for or in relation to the issuance of a cash card. This Compliance Order applies only to loan agreements negotiated in the Province of British Columbia. A Notice of Refund Eligibility was mailed to all clients of The Cash Store and Instaloans who negotiated a loan agreement between November 1, 2009 and March 23, 2012 who also purchased cash cards at the time of negotiating that loan agreement. The Notice of Refund Eligibility that was mailed to clients included a claim form that eligible claimants can use to verify their identity for the purposes of claiming a refund. If you feel that you may be eligible for a refund related to this Notice you may request a claim form from any branch of The Cash Store or Instaloans. Claim forms may also be downloaded from or If you arrange to receive a claim form, your completed claim form can be submitted: By fax to Cash Card Refunds B.C. at 604-320-1655 Or by attachment to an email sent to Or by mail to: Cash Card Refunds B.C. #200, 4946 Canada Way Burnaby, BC V5G 4H7

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2005 Toro Z Master 334 Commercial Zero Turn Mower 19 Horsepower Kawasaki engine New Tires $2500+GST. Call 250-600-7911

Heavy Duty Machinery A STEEL SHIPPING DRY STORAGE CONTAINERS Used 20’40’45’ 53’ and insulated containers all sizes in stock. SPECIAL Trades are welcome. 40’ Containers under $2500! Also JD 544 &644 wheel Loaders JD 892D LC excavator Ph Toll free 1-866-528-7108 Delivery BC and AB Demolition Hammer for small skid steer loader or mini excavator. $3500+GST. 250-6007911

Misc. for Sale 275-45-R20 6 Hole Studs Off a 204 Envoy Yukon. Set of 4 Studded kuhmo winter tires 60-70% off a Ford Windstar. Set of 4 Call Lawrence 250-624-6833 FOR SALE. Original made in Canada Canwood single bed frame with mattress, ideally suitable for a child. The mattress is 39 inches wide by 75 inches long and rests on a frame attached to a footboard and a headboard. Comes with removable toddler railing. Easily assembled. Also comes with two Canwood rolling storage units which fit under the bed. $160. Ph. 250-638-8927. HOT TUB (SPA) COVERS. Best price. Best quality. All shapes & colours available. 1-866-652-6837 newspaper?

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$165,000 home & shop 1/2 acre in rural Smithers. Call: 250-846-5985 KITIMAT HOME FOR SALE 4 bdrm Executive in quiet neighbourhood. Legal suite in basement. Double carport, new windows, new roof, new gas furnace, new hot water tank, new water line, new perimeter, new deck. Two storage sheds. Call for more information 250-632-4616




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Phone 250-635-3478 • Fax 250-635-5050 Commercial/ Industrial 2 BRIGHT OFFICE SPACES 600 sq. ft. each. 4619 Lakelse. (250) 635-5920 or 631-7318 Rupert Rentals / Commercial * Package offices with receptionist, video conference board room, nicely renovated. From $300 per month and up. Centrally located. * Two 2500 sq ft. Offices available immediately. Central downtown location. * Workshop/Storage heated. * Two 2500 sq ft. Unfinished offices available. Will build to suit.

Modular Homes 2 bdrm mobile in a country setting off Kalum Lake Dr. Prefer working couple. N/S, outdoor pets only. $1,150/mo. Call: 250-635-2124.

Homes for Rent Rupert Rentals * 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 References a must for all of the above.

3BDR 1 Bth, House for rent in great condition with recent additions.$1150 per month. phone: 604657-7233 more info:

3 bdrm, 2 den, 2 bath house available to family with good rental references. N/G heat. N/S, N/Pets. 250 638-8639 AVAILABLE NOW. Executive House. Furnished 4 bed/ 2 full baths, 1/3 private acre. $3500. /mo. Absolutely NP/NS. 1 yr lease. 250-638-7747 message Clean 2 bdrm. suite with yard for rent on Queensway. View of the river. N/S, N/Pets. $1,200/mo. + utilities. Avail Apr 1st. Call: 250 635-2837 HOUSE for Rent in Terrace: 3 bed, 2.5 bath, den (could be a bedroom), lovely home, beautiful location, pet friendly (conditions), 2 living areas, 2 eating areas, large kitchen, double garage, fully fenced yard. No smoking in-doors. Completely updated. fridge/stove/dw & w/d. Walking trails right outside. $3000 pm, dd, long term lease preferred. 250-631-2933. House for Rent Kitimat - 5 bdrm, 2.5 bath, executive home. 2 kitchens. Furnished or unfurnished. Rent negotiable. Please leave name and number at 250-639-0356 Kitimat - House for Rent 2,400 sq. ft. 5 bdrm, 2.5 bath on 9,400 sq. ft. lot. Open floor plan. Recent renos. 1 car garage plus parking for 3 more. Close to golf course and schools on quiet street. $3,000/mo. Available April 1 Call David 604-612-4656 PR: 1 Bdrm basement suite 447B 7th Ave W. N/P, N/S, recently renovated. $600/mo. Ref Req. Call 250-627-9307 PR: 2 bdrm, 2 bath, one level home. Great downtown location. W/D/DW, elec. heat, suitable for working couple or single person. Ref Req’d, N/S, N/P. $850/mo. Avail. May 1st. Pls Call 250-624-5552. PR: 4 Bdrm 2 bath 622 8th Ave West. $1400/mon. 1 year lease req. Call 604-767-0252 PR: House w/3 bdrms for rent. Looking for contractors. furn. all-incl. harbour-view. Mark @ 250-622-2203

Office/Retail Furnished ground level, inhome hair salon avail. for rent immed. in Bench Area. Separate entrance & driveway. For more details 250 635-4294 TERRACE - Ideal for small business or esthetic salon . 202 - 4623 Lakelse Ave $800/mo. Call Dr. Zucchiatti’s office at 250-635-2552

Rooms for Rent For rent- bdrm and bathroom in pleasant rural setting, heat and hydro incl, private entrance, kitchen privileges avail, single person preferred, No smoking or drinking, $800/month call 250-635-2837


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Shared Accommodation Prefer working male to share house. 1 bedroom/private bath & share kitchen, garage, W/D. $700/mo plus 30% of utilities 250-892-1947

Suites, Lower 1 bdrm basement suite for rent. NP/NS. Ref req. Heat/light and cable incl. Laundry facilities 2 days a week. Phone 250-635-6927 Furnished Mini Suite avail. immed. in Bench Area. N/S, N/Pets, all utilities included. 1 working female preferred. Call 250 635-4294. PR: 1 1/2 bdrm furnished suite with w/d, fenced yard, ocean view. Single, working person only. MUST love dogs. Well behaved pets allowed. Contractors welcome. $700/mon. plus hydro. Call 250.624.8298 between 6-7:30pm

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Rooms Starting At $59/Daily, $299/Weekly, $799/Monthly, Contractors Welcome All-Inclusive. 250-600-1680

PR - 2 bdrm suite close to town, cable included, off street parking. Looking for quiet working people. N/P, N/S. Asking $650/mon. Call 250-624-2054

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CITY OF PRINCE RUPERT NOTICE TO DEMOLISH VEHICLES Notice is hereby given that the City of Prince Rupert intends to demolish the following abandoned vehicles: Vehicle Description 1989 Grey Ford Escort Pleasure Craft Boat 1994 Brown Chevy Pickup 2000 White Plymouth Neon 2002 Grey Dodge Caravan 1989 Brown GMC Jimmy

Vehicle Identification No. 1FABP9591KW352686 13K 72603 2GCEK19K6R1253545 1P3ES46CXYD727479 2B4GP44R82R635483 1GKCT18Z3K8532896

This notice is to inform the registered owner that if you have not claimed the above noted vehicle, by proving ownership and paying all outstanding charges including storage fees by April 2, 2014 the City will dispose of these vehicles.


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Wanted ~ longer term tenant for above ground suite in large home. Fresh paint and some upgrades. 2 bdrm, 1 bath, 4 appl. + one-vehicle garage. Fenced backyard. Davis Ave. area near city hall. N/S, small pet negotiable. Avail. Apr 1st. Must have good ref’s and a steady job. (250) 638-0005

FOR Rent 3 bdrm townhouse in town, new reno, 4 appl. N/P

Non-smoking retired couple looking for a 1 or 2bdrm. apt. or duplex on ground level or with only 3 steps max. Terrace or Thornhill area. We have 3 clean, well-behaved neutered cats. We can only afford $700/mo.+ util. Will pay damage deposit. 250 635-6650

Townhouses 3 BDRM, 2 bath townhouse. Avail now. Like new throughout. Cherry cabinets & island, 5 appl’s. Walsh/ Horseshoe area. Definitely NP/NS. $2500./mo. 1 year lease. Call 250-638-7747 leave message.

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PINE CREST 3 Bdrm. 2 Level T/H 1 ½ 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 ½ bath, carport Start $700. Sorry no Pets. Call Greg 639-0110

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3FRVFTUGPS1SPQPTBMT 3'1  GPS3FTJEFOUJBM(BSCBHF$PMMFDUJPO BOE3FRVFTUGPS2VPUBUJPOT 3'2 GPS 3FTJEFOUJBM3FDZDMJOH$PMMFDUJPO We invite innovative Proposals for weekly residential garbage collection services in the Greater Terrace Area, excluding the City of Terrace. Concurrently with this RFP for garbage collection, the Regional District is also seeking non-binding quotations for curbside recycling collection from the same households. Both the RFP and RFQ are available for download on the Regional District’s website ( and the BC Bid website (

Proposals must be received no later than 3:00 pm local time on April 4, 2014. For further information please refer to the RFP and RFQ documents. You may also contact Sarah Wilmot of Golder Associates Ltd., at

For further information please contact the Public Works Department at 250.624.6795

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WANTED IMMEDIATELY: ~ Looking to buy a reliable pre-owned (automatic) car in good condition, with fairly low kms. and no major repairs required. Interested in a private “sale by owner� only. No auto dealers, please. Call: 778 818-0345 ~

THIS WEEKS SPECIALS 2011 Toyota RAV4 4 Dr., 4x4, Auto, Power Locks, P/W, Aux In, CD, C/C, A/C, Traction Control, 67,098 kms

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2010 Toyota Yaris 4 Dr. Hatchback, Keyless Entry, C/C, Tilt, A/C, CD, Aux-In, P/W, P/L, Power Mirrors, 43,138 kms 2002 Chevy Silverado 1500 4x4, trailer pack. Well maintained. $6500 with canopy. $5700 without. For more info call 250-600-3761



2008 Toyota RAV4 4WD, 4 Door, Keyless Entry, A/C, C/C, Traction Control, JVC Stereo, Aux In, 82,529 kms


#4318A FOR SALE: 2005 Nissan Titan Air conditioning, Anti-theft alarm system, Chrome bumpers, 4 Wheel ABS. Tire pressure monitoring system, 6 passenger seating, heated exterior mirrors, leather steering wheel, leather gear shift, back power window and low miles in mint condition. Asking $13,500. Please contact Bill Parmar @ 250-600-7515 For further inquiries and test drives

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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Thrilling provincial run for Rupert By Martina Perry


PRINCE RUPERT - The Charles Hays Rainmakers were never expected to seriously challenge for the 2014 B.C. High School Boys AAA Basketball Championships against high-powered Lower Mainland contenders. In fact, the pundits seeded them 14th. The Rainmakers, however, weren’t listening to the pundits. After a fairy-tale run, the Rainmakers ended up battling Burnaby’s St. Thomas More Collegiate Knights Saturday evening in Langley for the provincial basketball title. The Rainmakers were in the game early trailing by just two baskets, 15-11, after the first quarter but St. Thomas widened the lead taking a 31-24 advantage at the half. St. Thomas More’s stingy defence came into play in the third as Burnaby held the Prince Rupert squad to just five points in the third taking a 42-29 lead. In the fourth, again the Burnaby defence was too much for the Rainmakers as the Rupert boys fell 53-38 to pick up the silver at the provincial championship. Justin McChesney led Charles Hays’ scoring in the final with 12 points, followed by John Sampson with 11 and Perry Terrell with nine. At the end of the Cinderella run, McChesney was selected as a tournament first team all-star and Garrett Kobza was chosen as a second team all-star. The 14th-seeded Rainmakers kicked off their run on Wednesday in a game against the third-seeded Fleetwood Park Dragons of Sur-


The two teams set the tone for an exciting game early, finishing the first quarter tied at 18. The Rainmakers finished the second trailing by four by a score of 3228, but in the third, went on a 12-7 run to hold a 40-39 lead at the half. The Rainmakers completed the upset holding off the Dragons by a score of 52-51. Kobza led Rupert with 15 points, Rosendo Masocol had 12 and McChesney with 11. The Rainmakers then met sixth-seed Vernon Panthers and served early notice that the Rupert team was for real, shooting 66 per cent from three-point range to lead 22-6 at the end of the first. Vernon narrowed the gap in the second though, and trailed just 38-29 going into halftime. But the second half was all Prince Rupert as they pulled away to take the upset victory by a final score of 7157. Masocol and John Sampson led the scoring for Charles Hays with 15 points each while Kobza put away 14 points. The Rainmakers then took on the seventh-seed Mark R. Isfeld Secondary School from Courtenay. After the first half, the Rainmakers trailed 43-45. But Charles Hays came back strong in the second half of the game, only allowing Courtenay nine points throughout the period and dropped 16 for themselves to bring the score to 59-54 by the end of the third quarter. The Rainmakers shut down Courtenay the rest of the way securing their spot in the final with 73-65 victory. McChesney lead the Rainmakers’ scoring with 25 points, followed by Kobza with 19 and Sampson with 15.


The 14th-ranked Charles Hays Rainmakers shocked everyone but themselves at the 2014 B.C. High School Boys AAA Provincial Basketball Championships. The Rainmakers upset a number of highly-ranked teams before losing 53-38 in the final.

Kitimat high school curlers take third in B.C. By Cameron Orr THE NORTHERN CONNECTOR

KITIMAT - Fresh from their appearance at the BC Winter Games, Kitimat’s high school girls curling team went on to place third at high school curling provincials. They secured the place by defeating the up-to-then undefeated Seaquim team 4-2. Coach Laurel Degoeij said they played amazingly well. She said they played relaxed and with confidence under the belief they were actually going to lose but that worked in their favour in the end. “The curling stats I kept indicated they played three ends at 100 per cent,” she said through e-mail. “I was so proud as they curled with the skill that they had and supported each other throughout the game.”


Kitimat’s high school girls curling team: Taylor Reese-Hansen, Micaela Stevenson, Leah Anthony, Emma Baker, and Jordyn Zanella. They placed third in the province.


‘Lucky loonie’ given to Terrace TERRACE - Terrace City Hall is to soon display a framed 2014 Lucky Loonie presented by the Royal Canadian Mint to note the bronze medal won by Caleb Brousseau at the Sochi 2014 Paralympic Games. Lucky Loonies in a special commemorative frame are being sent to the hometowns of each of the Canadian athletes who won medals at the games. Brousseau received his bronze in the men’s super G sitting alpine skiing event. Canada finished third in gold medal standings at the paralympic games. The Canadian team earned seven gold, two silver and seven bronze medals. “Canadians were riveted by the remarkable and inspirational performances of our Paralympic athletes during a thrilling nine days of competition,” said Ian E. Bennett, President and CEO of the Royal Canadian Mint. “Each hometown should also be extremely proud of these achievements as they supported the athletes through years of dedication and training as they realized their dreams.” Five million 2014 Lucky Loonies were produced and entered circulation on Jan. 20. Canadians are encouraged to look for the coin in their change. In what is now a legendary tale, a loonie was embedded at centre ice prior to the 2002 Olympic Winter Games in Salt Lake City to bring good luck to Canada’s gold medal-winning men’s and women’s ice hockey teams. Brousseau arrived back in Terrace late Monday night. He was greeted by family and well-wishers at the airport. He is now flying to Whistler to continue the competition circuit.

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By Bruce Penton Pro golf observers thought Patrick Reed was treading on nearblasphemous grounds when he started combining dark pants with a bright red shirt for his Sunday rounds on the PGA Tour. Turns out he’s got legitimacy in mimicking the great Tiger Woods’s standard Sunday wardrobe, posting two victories already this year while Tiger’s win total is stuck at zero and his trips to the doctor for back problems are at three, and counting. Last year, Reed was a Tour rookie and notable primarily because he used his wife, the tiny Justine, about the size of a golf bag, as his caddy. He Monday- /bc_north

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qualified for a number of tournaments after getting through Q School in 2012 and then finally broke through with a victory at the Wyndham Championship at Greensboro in 2013. But the novelty of having his wife as his full-time caddy had to end when Justine became pregnant (due in May), so he hired her brother, Kessler Karain, as his full-time looper. The brother now leads his little sister 2-1 in carrying Reed’s clubs in Tour victories. “Instead of being inside the ropes, she’ll be outside the ropes,” Reed told “She’s thinking of coming back right before the PGA (Championship). She wants to get back


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his wife will be wrangling for her job back, and Tiger Woods may have to reconsider his Sunday colour combinations. Seems like red and black belongs to Reed now. • Brad Dickson of the Omaha World-Herald: “Robert Griffin III declined a fan’s wedding invitation and instead sent an autographed photo of himself. Try that next time you’re invited to a wedding.” • Ian Hamilton of the Regina Leader-Post: “Angels third baseman Ian Stewart was headbutted by his four-yearold daughter while he was putting her to bed. Sounds like Stewart needs a stint in extended offspring training.” • Rick Reilly of, on 76-yearold Richard Petty challenging Danica Patrick to a stock-car race: “When is this going to happen? Tomorrow, please. America would gobble this up. Prime time, national TV, the nation Super Glued to it. Go Daddy vs. Old Daddy.” • TC in BC says: “Seventy-six-year-old Richard Petty says he will race Danica Patrick head to head with one condition. His car has to be equipped with OnStar turn by turn navigation.” • Scott Ostler of the San Francisco Chronicle: “At the Iditarod, where some say dogs are mistreated, Scott Janssen, known (seriously) as the ‘Mushing Morti-

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