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Residents feelings about our urban ungulates to be revealed May 12 ARNE PETRYSHEN Townsman Staff

Though the results of the Urban Deer Resident Survey won’t be available until the May 12 council meeting, there were a good number of respondents for the City of Cranbrook survey which intends to gauge public opinion on urban deer control. The grand total for survey responses submitted was 1628, both online and in paper form at city hall. Of those, 1,470 were online responses and 158 were hard copies, which required identification and a Cranbrook address to obtain. At the April 7 council meeting, Mayor Wayne Stetski also noted that the City was taking precautions to avoid duplicate submissions and surveys submitted by non-residents online. “There were several enquiries around, ‘How do we make sure that there aren’t multiple applications done, particularly over the computer?’” Stetski explained. “How do we make sure there aren’t people outside of Cranbrook that are filling out the survey and sending it in?”

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Dylan Bredo of the Medicine Hat Tigers and Sam Reinhart of the Kootenay Ice tangle in front of Tigers netminder Marek Langhamer in Game 4 action at Western Financial Place in Cranbrook on Thursday, April 10. Events took a comeback turn in the third period. Find out more on Page 8.

Regional district supports Key City Theatre replacement

Theatre society, School District 5 appealed to the Regional District of East Kootenay for financial support SALLY MACDONALD Townsman Staff

Key City Theatre Society and School District 5 have appealed to the Regional District of East Kootenay for support in replacing the Cranbrook theatre. Key City Theatre is attached to Mount Baker Sec-

ondary School, which is slated for replacement once provincial funding becomes available. Since it was built in 1991, the Key City Theatre has been operated by the non-profit Key City Theatre Society. Operational funding is provided each year by the City of Cran-

brook and School District 5. Now, the School District and Key City Theatre Society is asking the Regional District of East Kootenay to consider the theatre a regional asset, and support its efforts to secure funding for the replacement. “The Key City Theatre is

an integral part of our entire region,” said Frank Lento, chair of the School District 5 board of trustees, to the regional board on Friday, April 4. “What we’re here for is to extend the partnership to include the regional district. What we would seek is ap-

proval in principle from the regional district to explore all avenues of replacing Key City Theatre, benefitting the entire region, and that the RDEK provide some preliminary support in our exploration of those avenues.”

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Family chosen for Habitat home The Berry family will work with volunteers, contractors working on donated time, and donated materials to build a home with an interest-free mortgage in Cranbrook

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A family of six will soon be able to move into a brand new home after being selected as the family partner for Cranbrook’s first Habitat for Humanity build. David and Coreena Berry and their four children, Hanna, 11, Alysha, 10, Jordan, 8, and Samantha, 16 months, have been chosen as the successful applicants for the home, which will be built this summer in Slaterville. Started in Georgia in 1976, Habitat for Humanity is a non-profit organization that works alongside those in need to build houses for low-income families. Two years ago, a Cranbrook group began working with West Kootenay Habitat for Humanity to support the first Habitat build in the East Kootenay. The City of Cranbrook donated a piece of land in Slaterville, and different local organizations pitched in financial aid to get the

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The best public speakers in southeastern B.C. and the Okanagan will be on hand this weekend in Cranbrook. The Toastmasters Division C Evaluation and International Speech contest is being held Saturday, April 12, at the College of the Rockies. The Cranbrook Phoenix Toastmasters and Cranbrook First Toastmas-

ters are hosting the event. Toastmasters International is a nonprofit educational organization that operates clubs worldwide for the purpose of helping members improve their communication, public speaking, and leadership skills. Roberta Rodgers, Chair of the co-host committee, explains

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not be able to afford to buy a home. In exchange for promising 500 hours of sweat equity on building their home and others in the community, the new homeowner gets an interest free, no down payment mortgage on

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that clubs make up an area, areas make up a division, divisions a district, and districts a region. Division C covers the area from Kamloops down through the East Kootenay. Representatives of four areas in Division C will be attending. Each area can send two contestants, but some areas are sending speakers who are competeting in both the Evaluation and International Speech categories. “The speakers select their own topics,” Rodgers said. “They’ll do a five to seven minute speech on that topic. Generally for the international speech contest the speech is inspirational — there may be some humour involved

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project off the ground. Built using donated time and materials, the home is a collaboration between the community and the selected family partner. The family partner is a low-income family who would otherwise

the home. A selection committee comprised of Jill Johnston, Gord Harder and Stu Deeks met with five families in Cranbrook over the past three months before selecting the Berry family for the project.

“It was a thorough and rigorous process,” said Jill Johnston. “The three of us approached the task from divergent points of view and we all agreed on the final recommendation. We believe the application process resulted in the selection of the best family partner for this project. The family were elated when we shared the news of the board’s approval.” The board of directors for Habitat for Humanity West Kootenay approved the family earlier this month. Work on the Slaterville lot has already begun, with project manager Darrell Bohmer of AJC Construction starting site preparation on April 5. Plans are underway to unite Habitat affiliates in Nelson, Castlegar, Grand Forks and the Cranbrook group in one larger organization, Habitat for Humanity Southeast B.C. That would mean more builds in the East Kootenay.

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The Berry family get a lift on an AJC Construction excavator at the site of their future home. Parents David and Coreena Berry hold the Habitat for Humanity banner while children (left to right) Hanna, 11, Jordan, 8, Alysha, 10, and Samantha, 16 months, show off their hardhats.

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too. If the speaker goes on to a larger stage, an international stage, that speech is one that has a universal message that touches everyone.” The evaluation contest is a separate category. A Toastmasters Speech Evaluation Contest is where there is a test speaker who gives a speech, and those entered in the contest all do an evaluation based on that speech. “Everything in Toastmasters is evaluated,” Rodgers said. “That’s the way the people

progress in Toastmasters. Evaluations are done constructively, and evaluation contest is the opportunity for an individual to prove their evaluation skills. Seven judges will be on hand for the event. One of the district’s officers — Darryl Frolek — will serve as chief judge. There will be one winner in the evaluation contest and one in the International Speech contest. Those winners will move forward, in May, to the District 21 conference and contest, which will be in Kelowna. The winner of the District contest goes to the regional contest and from there, if they win, they go on to represent the Region at the International competition in Kuala Lumpur. The public is invited to attend the event, which will take place Saturday, April 12, from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m., at the College of the Rockies Lecture Theatre (Room 250).


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We’re not talking small change here

Cranbrook, Kimberley moms attempt to break world record Bums will be bared on April 26 as moms and babies take part in the Great Cloth Diaper Change

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Local parents will join others around the world later this month in an attempt to break the Guinness world record for the most diapers changed at one time. On Saturday, April 26 at 10:30 a.m., parents and babies are invited to gather at the Cranbrook Family Connections building, next to the skate park, for the Great Cloth Diaper Change. At 11 a.m., each baby will be changed into a fresh, commercially available cloth diaper, at the same time that similar events are going on

at 240 locations in 15 countries around the world. In 2013, the event saw 8,301 babies changed at the same time, setting a new world record. This year, the goal is to break that record. But there’s another goal, said organizer Daleen Bybee. “It’s really about awareness,” said Bybee. “Some families may have never considered cloth diapering and they may think it’s so much work. But we’re just here to show them that it can be fun and teach them whatever they want to know.”

There will be “cloth diapering gurus” on hand to answer questions and explain what

cloth diapering means. “There are so many neat options for cloth diapering, and it is a

good option for families if you can swing it,” said Bybee. Participants will be given a bag of donated goodies to take home, including a pair of baby legs for the first 20 moms. Door prizes will also be available, offering donated items from both local businesses such as Petra Naturally and A Touch of Whimsy, and other companies such as Apple Cheeks and Superior Soap Nuts. As well as the diaper change, there will also be a baby-wearing fashion show during the event. “Lots of families in

the area have questions about baby wearing – which carriers to use and how to do it safely. So this is just a great venue to do a fashion show, and we’ll teach moms about safe baby wearing and what carriers are available locally and which ones are the best options for families,” said Bybee. Bybee, who owns Over The Rainbow Family Services, is organizing the event alongside Megan Lescanec, owner of the Bumble Tree. Families from both Cranbrook and Kimberley are encouraged to attend the event. To meet the world re-

cord criteria, it must be one adult for each child. Participants must bring a fresh, commercially available cloth diaper, and the child must be shorter than 39 inches – less than four years old on average. Parents may want to bring a blanket or change pad to put under the baby during the change as it will be mostly done on the floor. To find out more or to RSVP, you can visit the Bumble Tree on Baker Street in Cranbrook, or find the event on Facebook by searching for “Great Cloth Diaper Change – Cranbrook and Kimberley”.

East Kootenay snowpacks 118 per cent of normal CAROLYN GRANT

Mid-April is the transition point from snow accumulation to the beginning of melting at high elevations. That’s not to say we can’t get accumulation of snow into June in the high alpine, but for the most part, the major accumulation is over. This makes the April Snow Survey and Water Supply Bulletin from the Ministry of Forests, Lands and Natural Resource Operations’ River Forecast Centre a fairly good guide to how much snow there will be to melt in B.C.’s watersheds this coming freshet. The report, issued on April 8, indicates that there are areas of concern in the province, such as Vancouver Island where the snow pack is only 60 per cent of normal, which could lead to water supply concerns this coming summer, to the Upper Fraser where the snow pack is 136 per cent of normal. The River Forecast Centre considers anything above 120 per cent to be above normal and the East Kootenays is just skirting that with snowpacks at 118 per cent of normal. Last year, at the time of the April report, East Kootenay snowpacks were at 91 per cent of normal. But weather plays a huge part as well and last year, heavy rains in late June led to

severe flooding as the high elevation snow pack came down very quickly. “It is important to note that snow pack is only one element that influences whether flooding occurs during the spring freshet,” the report says. “Of critical importance are how the snow melts and how much, and when, precipitation is received during the snow melt period. Therefore weather during the melt season is the key driver that determines if flooding will occur or not. “Analysis of snow pack should not be considered a forecast of upcoming spring flood conditions; rather it is an assessment of whether or not flooding is more likely to occur. Heavy snow packs lead to an increased likelihood, or risk, of flooding, however flooding can occur during years with normal snow pack and conversely years with heavy snow pack do not always lead to flooding.” Current medium-range forecasts from the North American Ensemble Forecast System indicate a high likelihood of above normal temperatures April 15-22, the report says. This forecast suggests the seasonal transition to snow pack melt will likely occur over the next couple of weeks.

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St. Mary’s School day care children and program manager, Maureen Martine, proudly show off the igloo they built out of milk jugs. It is a very cool project and we welcome people to drop by and check it out!

Deer survey done, results made public May 12 Continued from page 1

Stetski said that is the role of the city’s information technologies department, which he said was now sifting through the surveys to make sure that there is only one survey per household and to make sure the surveys

that the city looks at are from Cranbrook residents only. He said the department is looking for submissions from the same computer IP address or from outside of the city. The survey was available

for the public to complete from Monday, March 10 to Friday, March 28. The 17-question survey asked residents for input on urban deer and possible future population management strategies. It was intended to assess the effec-

tiveness of the current deer management program and provide council with input on what its future direction should be. The last time the city conducted a public survey on urban deer was September 2010.


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BC ambulance changes could see higher cost to city responders A r n e P e t rys h e n Townsman Staff

The City of Burnaby sent a letter to Cranbrook city council giving an update on how changes to BC Ambulance Service (BCAS) Resource Allocation

Plan have affected the city’s emergency response. At the May 7 meeting, council looked over the report. Cranbrook council has already sent a letter supporting a UBCM proposed resolution.

In October 2013, BCAS amended the Resource Allocation Plan, reducing the response level for certain types of calls. “Basically, the summary on this one is that the ambulance service

RDEK supports KCT Continued from page 1 The board was asked to provide a letter of support for the theatre that could accompany any applications for grants that would fund the replacement; as well, the school district asked the regional district to next year begin setting aside money for the replacement. The regional district board agreed

to write a letter of support for the theatre replacement. However, the directors will wait until the summer to discuss providing money for the project. “It’s through the arts that humanity’s efforts are worthwhile,” said Area B Director Heath Slee. “I would support something like this. But it needs a balanced regional approach in terms of money.”

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initiated some changes around what you could and could not use a siren on when you’re attending medical emergencies,” Mayor Wayne Stetski said. “The theory behind it is that it would prevent accidents from happening if the ambulances were going slower without sirens and lights to attend medical emergencies. So the City of Burnaby and their fire department analyzed what the impact of that was on first responders, which are paid for by the cities.” Stetski explained that Burnaby studied three month periods before and after the changes, first from Aug. 1, 2013 to Oct. 28, 2013, then post-implementation from Oct. 29, 2013 to Jan. 31, 2014. “First responders ar-

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A local bicycle shop is looking for a club or organization to help it continue its bicycle donation program. For the past two years Favorit Cycles has had a bicycle donation program, where people sell their old bicycles at a per pound trade in. Favorit then fixes them up and

donates them to the Cranbrook Boys and Girls Club. Wayne McKee, who works at Favorit, said the Boys and Girls Club has enough bikes to run its programs for now, so the shop is looking for other interested parties that could distribute the donated bicycles once they are fixed up. “If we find a group

that would be fantastic,” James McKee, who owns Favorit Cycles, said. “We want to continue the program, because we think it’s good to get bikes out of people’s garages and get them fixed up and get them back on the street with kids that need them but maybe can’t afford to buy them,” Wayne said. The hope is that an

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“The whole reason for the lights and sirens is to get the attention of drivers so they pull over and the ambulance can get to the situation sooner,” Scott said. “I’d say alerting people with lights and sirens is way more safe than just being frustrated behind someone who is not maybe looking in his rearview mirror even though the ambulance is there.” Coun. Angus Davis said in his experience, both the BC Ambulance Service and the Cranbrook fire department have responded in good time. “Today they are providing good services,” Davis said. “I think they prove their capabilities and everything all the time. I don’t appreciate this. I think it’s very political.”

organization can be found that can help them with the program. “We need a school or a club to come forward and help us distribute the bikes that get donated,” Wayne said. “We’ve been wracking our brain thinking who that might be.” He said the bikes come in all sizes, with everything from small children’s bikes to adult bikes, and they currently have an inventory of bikes that would be ready for donation immediately. If you know of a group that might be interested, call Wayne or James at Favorit Cycles at 250-489-3532 or stop by 12 - 9th Avenue South.

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where fire department personnel waited for more than 30 minutes doubled, from 20 times to 44. In six incidents the wait time was more than an hour, which did not occur in the first period. A total of 2,279 medical emergency calls were received in the first period and 2,424 in the second. The report notes that this essentially downloads some of the responsibilities of the BC Ambulance Service to the municipality by way of the fire department. In Burnaby it added $210,000 to the city budget, plus an additional $50,000 a year to maintain the higher level of emergency medical training. Coun. Diana J. Scott said the fact that it increases the time by such a margin is scary.

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rived on the scene and then looked at how long it took ambulance services to arrive after they got there,” he said. “It increased the average time of an ambulance arriving by about 50 per cent.” Prior to the new policy, Burnaby found that an ambulance would arrive in about 6:38 minutes. After the policy was implemented it went up to an average of 9:21 minutes. “There were times when first responders waited over 30 minutes for an ambulance to arrive and some cases over 60 minutes,” Stetski said. “Their concern is that the public can no longer rely on timely emergency medical service from the BC Ambulance Service.” In Burnaby, the number of incidents

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Speak your mind Keynote speaker Wendy Mesley fit well with the theme of this year’s Kootenay Women’s Show Tamar a Hynd Fernie Free Press

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Sport Chek opened its doors in Cranbrook on Thursday, April 10. Pictured left to right, Savannah Schwieger, Riley Vocat and Presley White took a quick pause from helping customers on opening day to pose for a photo.

Former finance minister Jim Flaherty dies suddenly at 64 Bruce Cheadle Canadian Press

OTTAWA — A Canadian parliament riven by bitter partisan rancour came together as one amid the shocking news that Jim Flaherty, the impish, Irish former Conservative finance minister, died suddenly Thursday at his Ottawa residence. The man Conservatives liked to call the best finance minister in the world had stepped down from Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s cabinet less than a month ago after more than eight years and 10 federal budgets — the last, in February, effectively balanced after years of recession-fighting stimulus red ink. Harper, accompanied by his sobbing wife Laureen, told an ashen assembly of Conservative MPs and senators that “our colleague, my partner and my friend’’ had passed away, “an unexpected and terrible shock.’’ Moments earlier, the

daily question period in the House of Commons — the scene of a near brawl 24 hours earlier — had been cancelled as teary MPs from all parties crossed the aisles to console one another. In Washington, a meeting of G20 finance ministers was poised to pay tribute to Flaherty, considered a dean among global treasurers after the 2008-09 financial crisis rocked world economies. On Friday, the Commons will suspend regular business and question period so parliamentarians can pay tribute to Flaherty. Flaherty, 64, served as Harper’s only finance minister from the time the Conservatives won office in January 2006 until last month, when he stepped down, saying he would not run in the 2015 election and wanted more time with his family. A statement from his wife Christine Elliott, herself a member of the

JIM FLAHERTY Ontario legislature, and their triplet sons John, Galen and Quinn, all born in 1991, said Flaherty died peacefully. “We appreciate that he was so well supported in his public life by Canadians from coast to coast to coast and by his international colleagues,’’ the statement read. Flaherty had been battling a rare and painful skin disorder for more than a year but insisted after delivering his Feb. 11 budget that he was on the mend. He was considered a congenial, twinkle-eyed

counterweight in cabinet to the equally experienced but sometimes flinty prime minister, someone able to challenge and complement Harper. “An Irish lion is gone,’’ Tony Clement, the Treasury Board president who also served previously with Flaherty in the Ontario legislature, posted on Twitter. Elizabeth May, the Green party leader, summarized the mood in Parliament when she recalled, “I never saw Jim Flaherty engage in a single moment that could be described as mean-spirited. “And to be well-loved in politics after all these years, that’s a tribute to the man.’’ The House of Commons abruptly suspended its sitting before question period began as word of the death spread. Opposition MPs spilled into the Commons foyer looking stunned, many with red-rimmed, tear-filled

eyes. Opposition Leader Tom Mulcair’s voice quivered and he had to squeeze his eyes against tears as he remembered Flaherty “for his pleasant demeanour and strength of character.’’

Speak your Mind, the Kootenay Women’s Show 2014 had an abundance of real Kootenay women gathering at the lovely St. Eugene Golf Resort and Casino pavilion on the St. Mary’s reserve near Cranbrook. This was more than a trade show for local businesses. It was a declaration of independence and a way to raise funds for Abreast in the Rockies dragon boat team. Special guest CBC anchor Wendy Mesley fit well with the “Speak your Mind” theme of this year’s show. She is more than familiar with issues facing women today, including her own highly publicized battle with breast cancer. In January of 2005, she announced that she had been diagnosed with breast cancer. She underwent two lumpectomies, chemotherapy and radiation, eventually receiving a prognosis of ‘excellent’. Mesley’s experience, along with others going through the same battle, was explored in her documentary ‘Chasing the Cancer Answer’, a hard-hitting commentary on the disease and how it is being treated

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and researched in this country and abroad. Participants were encouraged to say or write what was on their mind and capture the moment in the photo booth operated by Wells Photography. A portion of ticket sales went directly to the Abreast in the Rockies dragon boat team, a group that is instrumental in raising awareness and helping the community. This registered charity directly raises funds for breast cancer projects in the East Kootenay region and has donated to an oncology unit room upgrade, the sentinel node purchase (used to locate lymph node involvement) and the recent digital mammography unit campaign.

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n one hand, eastern Ukraine ahead. Putin’s action has guaranteed that appears to be slipping out of almost any imaginable Ukrainian governthe government’s control, as ment will be hostile for the foreseeable fupro-Russian groups seize con- ture, but the NATO countries will be willtrol of official buildings in big ing to forget about Crimea after a while if eastern cities like Donetsk and Luhansk and he goes no further. Does he really want the United States, Germany, demand referendums on France and Britain as his union with Russia. They alenemies too? most certainly do not repreYet the temptation is sent majority opinion in there. Putin’s agents are evthose cities, but the police erywhere in eastern stand aside and people who Gwynne Ukraine, he has 40,000 support Ukrainian unity are Dyer troops ready to go at a monervous about expressing ment’s notice just across their opinions in public. On the other hand, the European the frontier, and all the Russian navy’s amUnion’s foreign policy chief, Catherine phibious assault ships are now in the Black Ashton, has just announced that the EU, Sea – he could grab the Ukrainian coast all the United States, Ukraine and Russia will the way west to Odessa at the same time. all meet somewhere in Europe next week The Ukrainian army would fight, but could to discuss ways of “de-escalating the situa- not hold out for more than a day or two, tion in Ukraine.” That will be the first time and NATO would not send troops. Why not that Russia’s foreign minister, Sergei Lav- do it? There are lots of good reasons not to. rov, has agreed to meet with a representaPutin would face a protracted guerilla war tive of the Ukrainian government. So is this crisis heading for a resolution in Ukraine (he would call it “terrorism”, of or an explosion? It still depends on wheth- course). He would find himself in a new er Russian President Vladimir Putin thinks Cold War that Russia would lose much that the annexation of Crimea is enough faster than it lost the last one: it has only compensation for the humiliation he suf- half the population of the old Soviet Union, fered when his ally in Kiev, former and now depends heavily on Western marUkrainian president Viktor Yanukovych, kets for its modest prosperity. He would find new NATO military bases was overthrown by a popular revolution. And clearly Putin hasn’t yet decided that opening up in various countries on Russia’s borders that joined the alliance for himself. Rationality says take your winnings to safety’s sake, but have so far not allowed the bank and quit the game while you’re foreign (i.e. American or German) troops

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to be based permanently on their soil out of consideration for Russian anxieties. He really shouldn’t even consider grabbing Ukraine, but he is a man with a very big chip on his shoulder. So what sort of line should the Europeans, the Americans and the Ukrainians be taking with Russia next week? This is about hard power, so appeals to sweet reason are pointless. “Sanctions” are also irrelevant: this has now gone considerably beyond the point where gesture politics has any role to play. The economic and strategic prices that Russia would pay need to be big and they need to be stated clearly. But at the same time, Russia’s own legitimate concerns have to be addressed, and the main one is its fear that Ukraine might some day join NATO. That requires a firm commitment that Ukraine will be strictly neutral, under international guarantee. Russia will also try to get a promise that Ukraine will be “federalised”, but that is none of its business and should be rejected. Ukraine needs lots of money, in a hurry, to stay solvent while it holds an election (on 25 May) and sorts itself out politically. And if all that is done, then maybe Putin will settle for Crimea and put up with the prospect of having to live next door to a neutral but democratic Ukraine. Otherwise, it’s going to get quite ugly. Gwynne Dyer is an independent journalist based in London.

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The National Candy Bank, the Black-Cat What’s Up? Ranch and One Stubborn Jackass KIMBERLEY AND CRANBROOK COMMUNITY CALENDAR

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im Wardner’s handbills circulating on the streets of St. Louis went straight to the point: “MONEY FOR ALL! Come to the National Candy Bank this evening in the Laclede Hotel. 5000 lbs. Granulated Sugar to be sold at 5 cents per pound.” The thing was, sugar was selling for 10 cents per pound at the time. A temporary “bank” in a hotel storefront, a counter, a few banners and a whole lot of sugar brought people in droves. Jim made money by selling highly overpriced sticks of candy wrapped in a coupon allowing the purchase of up to fifty pounds of sugar at half price. His calculations proved correct and the money started to pour in, until those in power began demanding serious monetary kickbacks; time to pull up and move out, $1,700 dollars to the good. It was all in a day’s work for Jim Wardner; mining and real estate magnate, entrepreneur, raconteur and occasional showman. From St. Louis to Deadwood to New Orleans, Jim spent the next few years making and losing money through numerous means. In 1883, he joined the gold rush to the Couer d’Alene area, specifically the booming mining camps of Murray and Eagle City, where he undertook a very successful stint of building miles of ditches to carry water to the miners. Jim was doing very well but a chance meeting with a colleague in 1885 led Jim to a spanking new “find.” Following his friend’s directions, Jim travelled miles through the bush to the camp of Noah Kellogg, Con Sullivan and Phil O’Rourke, all hardened prospectors. It seems that a short time previously they made their evening camp near the mouth of a creek some distance away. When they awoke the next morning their jackass, a “diminutive but very cunning and tricky animal,” had wandered off. The trail led a merry chase to a canyon whereupon they found the donkey staring intently at a point in the distance where the sun’s rays reflected a most impressive chute of galena ore. The donkey had discovered what was to become the Bunker Hill and Sullivan Mines, two of the highest paying propositions in the history of the Northwest. Having informed Jim of the situation while happily imbibing of his whiskey, the miners soon went about their work whilst Jim

From “Jim Wardner of Wardner, Idaho.”

Wardner, Idaho, in 1886. The $4 million donkey is in the foreground. The star marks the location of the Bunker Hill Mine. slipped out of camp and staked the water rights for the entire area, a task the boys had overlooked. The miners took his claim with good grace and formed an agreement that made them all – including grubstakers Peck and Cooper, the actual absentee owners of the jackass – wealthy men. Mining communities immediately sprang up throughout the area including Wardner, Idaho, where Jim and his partner Horace Davenport literally cornered the market by buying all the corner lots in the new community and re-selling them at a hefty profit. The town gradually died as the mining wore down but, by then, Jim had moved on to the west coast. There, on behalf of millionaire Nelson Bennett, he did much to create the town of Fairhaven. He organized the Water Works, the Electric Light Co., the Samish Lake Logging & Milling Co. (of which he was president) and the first National Bank (vice-president). He built an expensively expansive residence referred to as “Wardner’s Castle.” which still stands today in Fairhaven, now an historic section of Bellingham, Washington. In 1888, Jim, with time on his hands, announced the formation of the Consolidated Black Cat Co. Ltd and the purchase of a small island in Puget Sound stating he planned to raise black cats for the purpose of skinning them in order to supply a demand in certain parts of Missouri and Arkansas. According to Jim, the hide of a black cat killed in the dark of the moon was much valued for medical reasons. As far-fetched as it sounded, the news travelled far and wide, published in varying accounts in major pa-

Wardner Castle in Fairhaven, Washington ca. 1890s. pers throughout the land. It created quite a stir at the time and gave Jim much amusement and one more story to add to his repertoire, a tale that remains an urban legend to the present day. With his family ensconced in Fairhaven, he continued his rambling ways, buying and selling real estate in Kaslo, B.C., in 1892, and then travelling to Cape Town, South Africa where he remained for three years. Returning to Canada in 1895, he brokered the purchase of 842 lots for $176,000 in the new settlement of Rossland, B.C. and then anticipated the coming of the CPR to the East Kootenay by buying a great deal of land near the Kootenay River which he promptly named Wardner, B.C. The town went through a rapid boom period in 1897, when it was thought that the CPR would make its main depot there, but gradually died out when Cranbrook became the destination of

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choice. By then, having lost two large, heavily laden riverboats which sank in the Kootenay River on the same day at a significant financial loss, Jim Wardner was in Dawson City attending to the Yukon gold rush as a merchant and mining speculator. It was in Mexico that Jim’s luck finally went bust. While in Sonora, working on behalf of a group of British Columbia businessmen, he contracted an illness. Trapped due to an uprising by the local Yaqui Indians he was unable to seek medical help. When he finally attempted the journey back to British Columbia he only made it as far as El Paso, Texas where, having lived more lives than a clowder of black cats, he died on Mar. 3, 1905, age 59. The Cranbrook Herald stated: “Jim Wardner is dead but if there is any reward in the future for a good heart, good intentions, good acts and a charitable soul, Jim Wardner will reap that reward.”

Kindergarten immunizations are available for children between the ages of 4 and 6 years at the Cranbrook Health Unit. For an appointment call 250 420-2207. Clinic dates are: Friday April 11, Monday April 14, Thursday May 15 “Ignited Joy Spring Conference” House of Hope 629-6th ST. NW, April 11-12 Friday 7pm and Saturday 9:30am, 2pm, 7pm. Speakers: Steve and Wendy Backlund and Team from Redding California. Register online at www.ihopecranbrook.ca. Contact Info: 250-4213784 or cranbrookhouseofhope@gmail.com Bigfoot Running Club Annual Pass the Chili Run! Sunday April 13, 2014. Knox Presbyterian Church 2100 3rd st south. Registration opens at 3:00pm. Race start: 3:30pm. Distance: 8 km. Come enjoy a run and dinner! Fee includes race and dinner. For more info www. bigfootrunning.ca The Cranbrook Health Care Auxiliary will be holding their General Meeting on 14 April 2014 at 2:30 pm in the Hospital Cafeteria. All members are invited to attend. Federal Superannuates Meeting, Tuesday April 15th, 12:00 noon at Heritage Inn, Cranbrook. Please phone Skip 426-3679 2014 FREE FAMILY SWIM Wednesday, April 16th, 6:00-7:00pm is sponsored by Kimberley Healthcare Auxiliary. Persons 18 years & younger must be accompanied by an adult. Prostate Cancer Support Group, Wed April 16, 7 pm, meeting at the Heritage Inn to hear a talk by Glenda Standeven, author of “What Men Won’t Talk About . . And Women Need to Know” about her husband’s prostate cancer. We need to be sure there is enough space for us so please RSVP to Kevin 427-3322 or Dennis 489-5249. Learn about advanced care planning, choose what healthcare you want and don’t want even when you can’t speak for yourself. Learn how by attending an information session presented by the Cranbrook Kimberley Hospice Society at the Cranbrook Health Unit 1700 – 4th st. S. On wed apr 16th from 7 to 9 pm. INFO: 250417-2019 toll free 855-417-2019 or go to www.Ckhospice.Com

ONGOING Cranbrook Branch of the Stroke Recovery Association of BC. Meetings are from 10:00am-1:00pm the 2nd and 4th Wed. in the lower level of the Senior Citizen’s Hall, 125-17th St. S. Bring bag lunch. Tootie Gripich, 426-3994. Cranbrook Phoenix Toastmasters meet every Thursday, noon -1:00 Heritage Inn. Toastmasters teaches communication & leadership skills. Roberta 250-489-0174. 1911.toastmastersclubs.org. The Canadian Orthopaedic Foundation invites anyone expecting bone and joint surgery to make contact with local volunteers for peer support. The free Ortho Connect program helps to ease the fear, stress and anxiety that go along with surgery and help patients prepare. 1-800-461-3639 ext 4, and ask for Lauralee. TOPS (Take Off Pounds Sensibly) non profit weight loss support group meets EVERY Thursday at 5:00 pm at the Sr Citizen’s Centre, (downstairs) 125 17th Ave S, Cranbrook. Drop in, have fun while losing weight gradually. This Chapter has won an annual B.C. Provincial Award for “BEST AVG WEIGHT LOSS PER MEMBER”. Info: Marie 250 417 2642 SPECIAL GOSPEL SERVICES: Each Sunday from March 9 to March 30, 2014, from 3:00 - 4:00 PM Mountain Time. Girl Guides of Canada Hall, 1421 - 2nd St S Cranbrook. Contact: (250) 426-4791. Help Big Brothers Big Sisters of Cranbrook: One way you can help is by donating to our “Blue Bin” located outside to the left of Wal- Mart. This bin is there for any clothing items or soft items. (250)489-3111 or email us at @bigbrothersbigsisters.ca Science Fair 2014: Represent the Kootenays in the Canada Wide Science Fair in Windsor, Ontario. Friday, April 11– Competitive Fair for students Grade 7-12. Saturday April 12 – Non-competitive Fair for students K-6. Where: College of the Rockies. Volunteers needed for both days: www.ekrsf.ca Facebook at: Ekscience Fair School Days Art Exhibition, CDAC Office and Gallery 135 10th Ave S., Tues-Fri 11-5pm, Saturday 10-2pm, 250-426-4223, cdac@ shaw.ca, www.cranbrookanddistrictartscouncil.com Dance/Practice: every Saturday. Practice from 7 to 8 PM, dancing until 11 PM. Dance With Me Cranbrook Studio, 206-14 A 13th Street, South, behind Safeway. Volunteers are needed to assist staff with childminding while parents attend programs at the Kimberley Early Learning Center. Come play!! Weekly or monthly for 2 hours. Diana 250427-0716 CRANBROOK QUILTERS’ GUILD hold their meetings every 2nd & 4th Tuesday of each month at 7:15pm upstairs in the Seniors’ Hall, 12517th Ave. S. Everyone welcome. Info: Donna at 250-426-7136. Cranbrook Writer’s Group meet on the 4th Monday of the month at the arts council. Engage in writing exercises, constructive critiques & share in information on upcoming literary events & contests. Cbk and District Arts Council, 104, 135-10th Ave S, CBK. info: 250-426-4223 www.cranbrookanddistrictartscouncil.com Bibles For Missions Thrift Store, 824 Kootenay St. N., Cranbrook serving our community to benefit others - at home and abroad. We turn your donations into helping dollars! Open Tues-Sat 10am-5pm. Phone 778-520-1981. Place your notice in your “What’s Up?” Community Calendar FREE of charge. This column is intended for the use of clubs and non-profit organizations to publicize their coming events — provided the following requirements are met: • Notices will be accepted two weeks prior to the event. • All notices must be emailed, faxed or dropped off in person. No telephone calls please. • NOTICES SHOULD NOT EXCEED 30 WORDS. • Only one notice per week from any one club or organization. • All notices must be received by the Thursday prior to publication • There is no guarantee of publication. Notices will run subject to space limitations.

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Ice push Tigers to the brink of elimination Tre vor Cr awley Sports Editor

After scoring three goals in a span of 2:59, it looked like the Medicine Hat Tigers had it in the bag. What a difference one period makes. The Kootenay Ice lit the goal lamp five times in the final 20 minutes of Game Four on Thursday night to come back and win 7-4, pushing their opponents to the brink of playoff elimination with a 3-1 series lead. Game Five goes down on Saturday night in Medicine Hat. “A 3-1 lead, that’s obviously what we wanted,” said Ice forward Luke Philp. “The playoffs, every game is so tight and now the pressure is on them going back into their barn, but we’re going to try our best now to seal it out in their barn and finish it off.” Jaedon Descheneau posted his second playoff hat trick and Philp had a goal and three assists to lead the Ice to victory. Scoring also came from Sam Reinhart, Zach Franko and Kyle O’Connor. Medicine Hat, which led 4-2 after 40 minutes, had goals from Chad Labelle, Dylan Bredo, Miles Koules and Curtis Valk. Mackenzie Skapski started in goal making 14 saves for just over half

the game, but got the hook in the second period after giving up three goals in three minutes. Wyatt Hoflin picked the win with 21 stops in 23 minutes of playing time. Marek Langhamer gave up four goals in 31 shots—three of which came in the third period. He was replaced with Nick Schneider, who surrendered Descheneau’s game-winner and was subsequently benched in favour of the Czech netminder. Each side had a goal after the first period, but the Tabbies went up 4-1 with 3:52 left in the second frame. The very next shift, Philp went out and scored. “That was huge,” said Philp. “They had all the momentum, obviously, so that killed a bit of it, going into the third there giving us more belief in making a comeback, so it was a big goal.” Descheneau agreed. “It’s definitely hard when that happens to you, you deflate a bit,” he said, “but Philper, Pheeser and Cabez went out there and had a big shift for us and got the puck down low and Phil put us back into the game going into the third period.” Descheneau scored his first on the powerplay in the opening period, but Labelle replied six minutes later to even it

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Kootenay Ice forward Jaedon Descheneau celebrates his game-winning goal that completed his hat trick in a 7-4 win over the Medicine Hat Tigers on Thursday night at Western Financial Place. up. The floodgates opened after the halfway mark of the middle frame, with Bredo notching a goal with the man-advantage, followed by efforts from Koules and Valk. However, Philp answered right back to make it a two-goal deficit for the final 20 minutes

of the game. The Ice got their comeback rolling after the 3rd period media timeout, with Sam Reinhart redirecting a blast from Valiev. Descheneau notched the game-tying marker, banging in a cross-ice feed from Philp in Tigers territory. That chased Langhamer from the goal and

Schneider went in, but that didn’t stop the Descheneau from completing his hat trick on a breakaway, which gave the Ice a 5-4 lead. All three goals came within 5:38, something that the team knew would come if they stayed patient, said Descheneau. “When you’re given a

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Moe’s Canyon Trail Connector – Mountain Bike / Hiking Trail in the Kimberley Nordic Centre Approximate Length: 750 meters Brief Description: Natural surface intended for hikers and intermediate level bicyclists with a narrow bed trail width. Trail will connect the Kimberley Nordic Centre parking lot to Moe’s Canyon Trail. Construction of a pedestrian bridge over Trickle Creek is required. This project remains subject to obtaining all approvals.

Thunder Turkey – Mountain Bike / Hiking Trail near Horse Barn Valley Approximate Length: 2.5 kilometers Brief Description: Natural surface trail intended for hikers and intermediate level bicyclists with a narrow trail bed width. Trail will connect with Shapeshifter Trail with Summer Trail and Coral Route. This project is funded and required approvals have been obtained.

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GROUND AND POUND: Fight night returns to Cranbrook in Battle for the Border 3 on Saturday night at the Memorial Arena. Local and international MMA fighters will challenge each other in the octagon in a fight card laden with amateur and professional bouts. Tickets are available at Denham Ford and Deweys Pub in Cranbrook and at Rude Boy Tattoos and Piercings in Kimberley.

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Purchase financing monthly payment is $163/$184/$301/$323 (the sum of twelve (12) monthly payments divided by 26 periods gives payee a bi-weekly payment of $75/$85/$139/$149 with a down payment of $0 or equivalent trade-in. Cost of borrowing is $468.03/$530.09/$2,499.45/$2,257.71 or APR of 0.99%/0.99%/2.99%/2.49% and total to be repaid is $13,666.03/$15,478.09/$25,317.45/$27,145.71. Down payment may be required based on approved credit from Ford Credit. Offers include a Manufacturer Rebate of $2,500/$2,500/$500/$1,000 and freight and air tax of $1,565/$1,665/$1,700/$1,750 but exclude variable charges of license, fuel fill charge, insurance, dealer PDI (if applicable), registration, PPSA, administration fees and charges, any environmental charges or fees, and all applicable taxes. Taxes payable on full amount of purchase price after Manufacturer Rebate deducted. 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Mary was born in Lent, Holland on May 2, 1952. She immigrated to Canada in 1956 and resided in Lethbridge, AB until 1988 before moving with her family to Cranbrook. Mary dedicated her life to her family as a loving wife, mother and grandmother. Over the last 12 years Mary has been a Pastoral Care worker for the Catholic Diocese of Nelson working in Native Ministry. Her greatest love was working with the Ktunaxa and Shuswap nations, where she made countless friends. The support she received from the nations in her work was her greatest blessing.

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Besides her loving husband Clay, Mary is survived by two daughters, Erin (Ryan) Bernier and Sandra Richardson and three grandsons, Tobias Solorzano, Isaiah Richardson-Langa and Mylo Bernier of Calgary. She is also survived by two brothers, Frank (Geri) Vanden Heuvel and Leo (Sharon) Vanden Heuvel of Lethbridge, as well as many nephews, nieces and relatives in Holland. A funeral mass for Mary will be held Friday, April 25 at 11:00 am at Christ The Servant Catholic Church (1100 - 14th Avenue South) in Cranbrook, followed by a memorial feast at the Ktunaxa Nation Government Building located at 220 - Cranbrook Street North. Arrangements entrusted to McPherson Funeral Service. Condolences for the family can be offered at: www.mcphersonfh.com

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Employment

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Real Estate

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Commercial/ Industrial Property SEEKING EQUITY partners for investment grade retail and office properties in Calgary up to 2 million. Blackstone Commercial Shane Olin

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LEIMAN HOMES is currently looking to fill the position for a carpenter. This is a full apprentice position. Please send resumes to Box â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Kâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;, c/o Daily Townsman, 822 Cranbrook St. N. Cranbrook, BC.

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Garage Sale: 3402 MT ROYAL DRIVE. April 12, 2014 9am to 1pm. Lots of everything!!

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Black Press has a very unique opportunity for the right person.

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Appliances

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Merchandise for Sale

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TREE PRUNING

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OPEN HOUSES Saturday April 12 11:00am - 12:30pm 717B Rosa Dr. S. $220,000 You will love this home! 1082 sq ft on each floor, large country kitchen, 4 bdrms, 2 baths, large sundeck, & fully fenced, pet-proof yard. 2394861 Jeannie Argatoff 1:00 - 2:00pm 1313 - 20A St. S. $384,900 2 storey with basement, 4 bdrms, 2½ baths, main floor laundry, bonus room, great mountain views! 2395979 Shelley Lepage 1:00 - 2:30pm #2, 188 - 9th St. S. $299,900 Live in luxury! 4 bdrm, 3½ baths, lovely kitchen with center island, daylight walk out basement. Close to schools in a very quiet area. 2395657 Jeannie Argatoff 3:00 - 4:30pm 711 Summit Place S. $419,000 Sophisticated tudor style home on .28 acre. Loads of character, 4 bdrm, 3 bath, many recent updates. Storage shed with playhouse. Perfect place to raise your children! 2395252 Jeannie Argatoff

Cranbrook, Kimberley and surrounding areas.

*For quotes, call Mike:

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Transportation

Transportation

Auto Accessories/Parts

Recreational/Sale

Delmer Bruce Ferg 1924 - 2014 It is with deep sorrow that the family of Bruce Ferg announces his passing on Wednesday, April 9, 2014 at 89 years of age in Cranbrook.

SET OF 4 SUMMER TIRES ON RIMS. P225/60R17 on 6 bolt rims. $400 obo. Call (250)489-8389.

Auto Financing

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Recreational/Sale

FOR SALE

2001 40FT. MONACO DYNASTY MOTOR COACH includes: • 400hp Cumins diesel engine • 66,000 miles • 2 slideouts • remote control awning • washer/dryer • Aqua hot heating system • many more features

122,500

$

GREAT DEAL!!!! 2009 Trail Sport 27.5’ Great family unit. Well appointed, a small slide with kitchen and couch expanding out for great use of space. Queen walk around bed, rear bunks (double and wide single) both with windows. Dinette, 3 pce bath, fridge, stove, microwave, furnace, air conditioning - sleeps seven comfortably. Large awning. Lightweight - halfton towable. Very well maintained. Fully transferable warranty valid until august 2015 Priced to sell at $14,000. Call 250-464-0712 for more information.

Boats

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Call Marion at 250-426-5201, ext 202.

2008 EQUINOX SPORT TOWING VEHICLE

Bruce was born on May 15, 1924 in Neepawa, Manitoba and raised in the Nelson, BC area. He enlisted in WWII serving with the Royal Canadian Artillery stationed in Italy. After the war Bruce moved to Cranbrook where he was employed by CP Rail for 38 years. Here he met and married Louise Romano and they were married for over 65 years. They raised their 6 children in Cranbrook. He retired from CP Rail in 1984. Bruce loved his sports especially hockey. He was a season ticket holder of the Kootenay Ice. Bruce’s life revolved around his kids and grandkids. Bruce is survived by his children Diane (Clive), Leanna (Lynn), Marvin, Paul and Mark, grandchildren Tammy (Phil), Darryl (Claire) and Krista (Jeremy), great grandchild Mason and his step-children Steven (Sonia) and James (Debbie). He was predeceased by his son Darryl and his loving wife Louise. The family would like to thank Dr. Cutler and Dr. Buchar for their care of Bruce over the years. They would also like to thank the doctors and nurses that took care of Bruce at the East Kootenay Regional Hospital during his final hours. Bruce was always thankful for the excellent help from the home support workers that made it possible for him to remain at home until the end. Bruce also had tremendous support from Debi, Curly, Sandra, Clayton, Laurie, Debbie, Bob, Donna and Brian. A Celebration of Bruce’s Life will be held at McPherson Funeral Home in Cranbrook on Monday, April 14, 2014 at 11:00 am. A private family Interment will be held after the Celebration Of Life. A reception will follow at the Royal Canadian Legion in Cranbrook from 1:00 pm until 3:00 pm. Those wishing to make a memorial donation in honour of Bruce can do so to: The Kidney Foundation of Canada, 2300 - Rene Levesque Boulevard West, Montreal, Quebec, H3H 2R5. Arrangements entrusted to McPherson Funeral Service. Condolences for the family can be offered at: www.mcphersonfh.com

(122,000 kms)

12,500

$

OR TOGETHER

130,000

$

Is Reading Your True Passion?

250-349-5306 FOR SALE:

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ext Friday, Christians from diff e re n t churches in Cranbrook will join together for the tenth annual Good Friday CrossWalk. It’s a spiritual pilgrimage through the streets of downtown Cranbrook. This is worship in the streets! We pray for our city, its leaders and all who live here. We pray for our nation and for the world. The CrossWalk begins at 10 a.m. on Good Friday at the Clock Tower. From there, we will carry a cross through the downtown core of the city and stop at several locations. At each stop, we read a passage from Scripture and we pray together. Our prayers will embrace the city and its people, leaders and governments around the world, our legal system, our health care system, caregivers of all sorts and those who need to be surrounded with prayer and compassion and grace. We pray for the victims and perpetrators of war and hatred. We pray for all whose lives need to be held up in the light of God’s love. We end with prayers for the churches and other faith groups, all who seek to live with peace and compassion in the world. We pray that we might learn to live and work together

with compassion for the good of all people. Why do we do this? We do it as a faithful witness to the grace and compassion of God. We hold up our city in prayer so that God’s love might surround and embrace us all with healing grace. We journey together, bearing witness to Jesus who comes to our world with a different vision of what a whole and healthy life looks like. God’s vision for the world is of a community of compassion and companionship. It’s a world where power resides in service and self–giving love, not in might and coercion. It’s a vision of healing and restoration so that all people may live together in peace with justice. A few weeks ago, I suggested that the cross is about an alternative vision of what life could be like. Jesus didn’t die on the cross primarily so that we could get to heaven. Rather, he was executed by the state because his vision of life was so radically different that he was seen as a threat. In the cross, we see the depth of Jesus’ passion for a world based on a radical equality among all people. We see the power of

God’s love, which holds us up even in the midst of the most painful suffering. In our CrossWalk, in our prayers, we give voice to that vision. We don’t ask God to c o m e crashing into our world to Rev. Yme Woensdregt set everyt h i n g right. Rather, as we pray, we make a fresh commitment to live by the gospel values of com-

GATINEAU, Que. — Suspended senator Patrick Brazeau has been charged with two counts of assault, uttering death threats, cocaine possession and breach of bail conditions. He arrived at the Gatineau, Que., courthouse in handcuffs Thursday morning after police responded to a 4 a.m. domestic violence incident. Gatineau police spokesman Pierre Lanthier said a 39-year-old man was arrested after a 911 phone call. “It was an altercation between a man and a

woman,’’ he said. He said officers who went to the scene found that a violent confrontation had occurred on a patio in front of residence. A woman complained of being assaulted by the 39-year-old. Another man who was inside the house, complained he was assaulted and threatened. A year ago, the Senate ordered Brazeau to pay back almost $50,000 over disputed expense claims. He refused, and the Senate garnished his salary until last November, when he was suspended without pay.

of love and compassion and justice might triumph in our own lives and in the world. God has a deep, abiding and profound love for the world. Our prayers for the city and all its people, for peace and justice, for hope and healing, reflects our longing to participate in God’s passionate love affair with the world. As we journey through the city, we feel the burden of the cross we carry. At the same time, we experience the

people who care for one another and who care for the earth as well. CrossWalking is one way in which we renew our commitment to walk in the way of Jesus. It is a way that leads to a cross, since walking this path faithfully will bring us into conflict with the world and its values. God invites us to be partners in what John Dominic Crossan calls “God’s great cleanup of the world”. We work in partnership with God, so that the gospel values

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reality of its liberating power. We renew our commitment to the crucified and risen Christ as we commit ourselves to serve Cranbrook in love. Join us on Good Friday, April 18. We begin at the Clock Tower at 10 am. Come journey with us. Come pray with us. Come show your love for Cranbrook. Come carry the cross with us. Yme Woensdregt is Pastor at Christ Church Anglican in Cranbrook.

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