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A fire on Wednesday, April 16, reduced the Pinantan General Store to rubble. There were no injuries in the blaze, the cause of which is under investigation. Owner Cory George (above) hopes the incident will lead to fire-protection service in the rural community. Dave Eagles photos/KTW
Owner of Pinantan General Store will rebuild By Tim Petruk STAFF REPORTER
The owner of the Pinantan General Store hopes the blaze that levelled his business forces government officials to help the community establish its own fire protection — something he’s been trying to do for years. In addition to owning the store that burned to the ground late Wednesday night (April 17) , Cory George is also a director of the Pinantan East Paul Lake Fire Association. “At what point do they come in and say these things aren’t options anymore?” he asked KTW as what remains of his business smouldered behind him while a steady stream of curious onlookers stopped at the scene for a look. “Nobody wants their taxes to go up until they see something like this. At what point do they step in and say
this is not an option?” The community of Pinantan Lake was given a fire truck in 2012 — an old vehicle donated by McLure’s volunteer fire department. But, George said, it’s been of no use other than training to this point because of red tape. The truck is being stored on a private property in Pinantan Lake. He said the fire association hoped to build a $30,000 garage to house the truck on a piece of donated property down the road from the store, but said TNRD officials claimed they would have to construct a $200,000 firehall. “Pardon my language, but they dicked us around,” George said. “A fire truck wouldn’t have saved this building, but we got lucky. There was no wind and it was raining.” Ron Storie, manager of community services for the ThompsonNicola Regional District, said
he’s been in conversation with the Pinantan fire association about setting up a volunteer department. “Putting a fire department together, it’s not just. ‘Let’s do it overnight,’” he said. “There’s training that’s required, there’s, in this day and age, huge liability. “You need a specific number of volunteers — and it’s the community’s choice whether they move down that road or not.” Storie said the community of Pinantan would have to make that choice through either a petition or a referendum. Neighbouring Paul Lake has a volunteer fire service with a working fire engine, but the Pinantan General Store is located outside of its coverage area. Ed Lund, president of Paul Lake Fire Protection, said he received phone calls late Wednesday asking Paul Lake Fire Protection to help
battle the blaze. “Just basically, ‘Can we come to the fire?’,” he told KTW. “I said we can’t because we have a protection radius.” Paul Lake’s volunteer fire service was developed after a deadly house fire in that community on Christmas Eve 2008 that claimed the life of 55-year-old Janice Hughes. RCMP Staff Sgt. Doug Aird said police were called to the Pinantan General Store just before 11 p.m., after a tenant living in an adjoining apartment saw smoke. He said officers helped to ensure the scene was safe, but there was nothing they could do to fight the fire. “Last night we were fortunate it was raining,” he said. “Now, we want to determine cause and origin so we’ve asked the provincial fire commissioner’s office to come up. There’s really not a hell of a lot left.”
Aird said the blaze could have started in the building’s furnace room, but that will be up to investigators to figure out. No one was injured, but the fire completely destroyed the building. It was still smouldering with flames visible 12 hours later. Melissa Reid, a trades student at Thompson Rivers University, has fond memories of the store — her grandparents, Herb and Laura Reid, built it. Reid remembers photographs being taken of family members while the building was being constructed, snapshots that were put between wall joists and then covered over to create miniature time capsules. George said he will rebuild the store, which he has owned for four years, and he has already met with an insurance adjustor. “The community needs it. It’s gonna get rebuilt. This is rural B.C.”
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personnel, signs and devices. The City of Kamloops appreciates the cooperation of all motorists. Inquires can be made at 250-828-3461.
Coordinated Enforcement Task Force Apr 28, 10 am Corporate Boardoom Police Committee Apr 28, 11:15 am Corporate Boardroom Regular Council Meeting Apr 29, 1:30 pm Public Hearing Apr 29, 7 pm Council Workshop May 6, 9 am Regular Council Meeting May 6, 1:30 pm Public Hearing May 6, 7 pm Urban Agriculture & Food Systems Advisory Committee May 8, 11 am DES Boardroom Regular Council Meeting May 13, 1:30 pm Regular City Council meetings are broadcast on Shaw Cable as follows: Thurs and Sat at 11 am and Sun at 7 pm. Council meetings can also be viewed online at: kamloops.ca/webcast. Meeting schedule is available at kamloops.ca/council
Business Analyst Competition No. 01-16/14 Closing: April 24, 2014 Applications are being accepted for the following management position: Safety Advisor (Temporary) Competition No. 07-01/14 Closing : April 24, 2014 Human Resources: 250-828-3439 kamloops.ca/careers
Notes Fire Hydrant Flow Testing Until May 15, Kamloops Fire and Rescue Services will be inspecting the City's fire hydrants, conducting flow tests to ensure they are operating properly and have adequate flow. The program is to comply with fire underwriter requirements. The program will run 7 days a week from 9 am - 8 pm. During flow testing, poor water pressure and/or high turbidity levels may result. This situation is temporary and may last for up to 4 hours. If turbidity is detected, you are advised to run a cold water tap and avoid doing laundry until the turbidity clears up. For more information, call 250-828-3461 or visit kamloops.ca/firerescue/prevention
Road Markings The annual Spring Line Painting Program is in effect until approx. July 1. Motorists are reminded that driving over newly painted lines or markings is an infraction under the Motor Vehicle Act and subject to a $109 fine and 2 penalty points. Please drive with caution when approaching areas that are being painted.
Lane Closure ~ Overlander`s Bridge The City of Kamloops will be carrying out an inspection of the west sidewalk on the Overlanderâ€™s Bridge in order to plan for future repairs. The work will take place on Thursday evenings and Saturday days until early May, which will result in temporary lane closures on those days. Please reduce your speed and obey traffic personnel and signals. The City Of Kamloops apologizes for the inconvenience and thanks you for your patience.
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Robbery spree has Mounties busy By Tim Petruk
Four days, four robberies, zero arrests. Kamloops Mounties are trying to solve a string of recent hold-ups — crimes that might have been committed by one prolific bandit. “We haven’t come to that conclusion, but we’re thinking that,”
Kamloops RCMP Cpl. Cheryl Bush told KTW. “The descriptions are fairly vague, but the things they can say about them are somewhat similar.” Also similar is the modus operandi — enter store with face covered, threaten staff and take off with cash. The first robbery took place at an adult
store on Tranquille Road in North Kamloops on Monday, April 14. In that instance, the suspect walked in just prior to closing, armed with a box cutter, and demanded cash. The next day, a drycleaning business on Tranquille Road was held up. No weapon was produced. On Wednesday, April
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Teachers set to begin job action After rejecting an offer from the school-district bargaining agency for a long-term contract, the B.C. Teachers’ Federation has served notice it will begin work-to-rule action on Wednesday, April 23. BCTF president Jim Iker said 72-hour notice has been given after union members voted 89 per cent in March to endorse a three-stage strike plan. Phase one includes refusing communication with school managers, arriving no more than an hour before and leaving an hour after school hours, and refusing supervision of students outside class time. It does not affect pre-arranged voluntary activities such as coaching, but the refusal of supervision requires essentialservice levels that compel some teachers to assure the safety of students while they are out of classes. Report-card preparation and parent meetings will continue. Iker said progress at the bargaining table will determine how long phase one action would last. Phase two of the BCTF plan is rotating one-day walkouts in districts around the province. Phase three, a full-scale strike, would require a second vote by members to authorize. Kamloops-Thompson school
district superintendent Terry Sullivan said the job action will affect students, despite any claims to the contrary. “The rhetoric is there isn’t going to be an impact on students, but I would totally disagree with that,” Sullivan said. “And I would be prepared to show evidence that job action does have an effect.” Sullivan said school-district officials will be finalizing a jobaction plan over the Easter long weekend, with parents to be called on Tuesday, April 22. “We will do our best to ensure things are stabilized in schools,” he said. “The important thing to stress to parents is that schools will be in session.” The BCTF has rejected the government’s offer for a 10-year agreement with pay increases totalling 6.5 per cent over the first six years and additional wage increases to be negotiated for the final four years. The union said there has been little change to the “lowball offer” on wages and no movement on the long-running dispute over class size limits and special needs support, Iker said. BCTF negotiators countered with a three-year proposal with three per cent plus a cost-ofliving increase in each year.
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With compounding and current estimates of inflation, BCPSEA calculates that could amount to 13.5 per cent over three years. Iker said school districts are cutting staff and programs due to ministry budget cuts, and the ministry should at least cover school districts’ costs for increase medical services plan premiums and BC Hydro rate increases. The education ministry said per-pupil funding has increased 38 per cent since 2001 and the ministry has provided $225 million over three years to hire 500 teachers and 400 new special education assistants for the 201213 school year. Peter Cameron, chief negotiator for B.C.’s 60 school districts, said once stage one strike action begins, the B.C. Public School Employers’ Association will seek an order that the union pay for its extended benefits during any withdrawal of service. That would cost about $5 million a month for 41,000 public school teachers. “In order that there is in fact pressure on both sides, BCPSEA needs to respond to any phase one activities with measures that put corresponding pressure on the union,” Cameron wrote in a letter to Iker.
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Chief says B.C. Liberals failing on environment issues By Cam Fortems STAFF REPORTER
A Shuswap Indian Band chief said the B.C. Liberal government’s embarrassing about-face on removing ski resorts and nearly all natural-gas plants from environmental review is another example of its failure on environmental issues. Late Wednesday, April 17, B.C. Minister of Environment Mary Polak said her government would rescind orders-in-council exempting destination resorts and the majority of gas plants from review by the environmental assessment office. The changes were done quietly and without consultation, angering First Nations and environmental groups. “Our government is committed to a strong, respectful and productive relationship with First Nations,” Polak said in a statement. “That’s why we will rescind the amendment that would have removed the requirement for an environmental assessment for sweet-gas facilities and destination resorts, until we have undertaken discussions with First Nations.” Neskonlith Indian Band Chief Judy Wilson said the move so angered chiefs meeting during a summit on liquid-natural gas that they kicked out provincial representatives. Wilson is part of the executive of the B.C. Union of Indian Chiefs. “They said it really jeopardized discussions with First Nations on
LNG,” she said. NDP Leader Adrian Dix called the flip-flop “not just embarrassing, but incompetent. “And it’s the premier’s personal incompetence here.” Dix said the failed removal of ski resorts and gas plants from review was an attempt to do a backroom deal with industry. “You can make these kind of deals in a backroom, which the premier wants to do, and not defend them publicly.” Wilson said the episode is the latest in a number of failures by both government and industry to properly consult with First Nations, something it is legally required to do. She noted a recent announcement by Sun Peaks Resort it will expand its skiing area this winter was done without consultation. The Neskonlith and Adams Lake Indian bands have long opposed development of the ski resort and creation of a resort municipality. “We’re looking at what the resort is talking about,” she said. “We haven’t been consulted on further expansion . . . People wonder why there’s tension there. Proper processes aren’t being followed.” Wilson also said government acknowledged several years ago bands were not consulted when the ski resort was taken over by a Japanese corporation and expanded to a modern operation with real estate development in the mid-1990s.
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Thieves were busy in the last week when two dirt bike motorcycles were taken in the City. The first dirt was taken from 200 block of Sherwood Ave, the garage door was forced open and a 2007 Orange and Black 250 KTM with the owners name engraved underneath. The second dirt bike was stolen from Alpine Terrace and was taken from the carport, the bike is described as a Green and White 250 Giovanni, both Vehicles Identification Numbers have been registered with the police. This is a good reminder to place all dirt bikes and ATVs, not only put then in a garage but lock them as well. The suspects are watching who has what vehicles and will return to steal then late at night, don’t become a victim. If you have any information on these thefts or know the whereabouts of the dirt bikes, please contact Crime Stoppers
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BUSINESS UNDER RENOS BROKEN INTO Overnight on Monday April 7th, suspects took advantage of Alternative Funeral Services on the 600 block of Tranquille rd. The business was being renovated, the suspects forced their way into the building, once inside they targeted the workers tools. The suspects took their time in the building, loading up the various power tools and had
a plan to remove all the items. The amount of tools taken would have required a truck or a van transport all the stolen items. The list of tools stolen has not been completed at the of the time of printing this story, there are numerous noticeable marks on the tools, that the contractors can easily be identified. This is a busy street at anytime of
Last week saw an increase of fuel thefts in and around the City of Kamloops, the latest was a couple of work sites in the Valleyview area. The suspects are taking a significant amount of fuel at one time and would need a vehicle capable of holding a large amount of fuel. A white pickup truck was seen in the area and did
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School won’t be in for the NorKam Trades and Technology Centre until next February. Sheryl Lindquist, the Kamloops-Thompson school district principal for trades and transitions, said the $7.4-million project won’t be ready for its planned September opening, so classes won’t begin until the second semester of the 20142015 school year. She said more than 60 students have applied for the onesemester program and priority will be given to those entering Grade 12 this year. Lindquist said enrolment is less than was expected — there is room for 100 full-time stu-
dents — but said the uniqueness of the program has left some students who are interested in trades waiting to see what the program looks like. “You have the keeners, the ones who know what they want and they’re in,” she said. “And then there are others who aren’t sure and are waiting to see.” Unlike traditional classes, the trades centre will operate more like a business, with students learning by doing most of the time. At the end of the semester, they return to their home schools and, Lindquist said, she hopes students who take the program go back and talk it up. There’s no one reason for the delay, Lindquist said, but
a variety of unanticipated construction challenges. Masonry work, for example, couldn’t be done because of weather issues and government funding didn’t get approved when anticipated. “Art McDonald [SD73 director of facilities and transportation] said every construction project has some problems,” Lindquist said. “It’s like you start renovations and you bump into surprises.” Students can still register for the program. Lindquist said they should speak to their home-school staff. There are also some openings in the district’s hair-dressing, restaurant-training and digipen programs, as well as in the International Baccalaureate program at NorKam secondary.
Rona sells property; casino company likely buyer up the property, which is assessed at $4.2 million according to the city. The parent company of Lake City Casino did not return a request for comment by KTW, but rumours about the casino’s intentions for the building have swirled in the city. Kamloops-South Thompson MLA Todd Stone told KTW the government is aware Gateway wants to move out of its current Victoria Street location
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Only thing certain in life are death and taxes; it’s these kinds of slogans that help to facilitate a false belief that our taxes are the only way in which a society can exist. But there was a time when there were practically no taxes in Canada, [or most of the world] there was a time when government was competent self sustaining and accountable. Take for example, in the early days there was no such thing as inÀation or income tax, though government still existed; built and maintained railways roads funded healthcare, police and military, and many other things. The point is, right up until good old government got subrogated [stolen through bribery] things were pretty good, there was no such thing as inÀation until the late 1800’s when some politician thought inÀation up as an excuse to remove accountability, starting a runaway train that may end all of humanity. Income Taxes were brought in during the Second World War to pay for the war machine; and did we ever, Canada had the third largest navy, and sent tons of material and men that made the difference to win the war. But after the war income tax remained in direct violation of CANADA’s constitution/law. Yet what most don’t know of government, is “they” make every war legal, indeed “they” make anything legal to the highest bidder; self-evident in CANADA’s government today as “they” change environmental laws to suit corporations needs, destroying the environment for generations to come in exchange for pro¿t. “They”=those in breach of their oath, a crime in which will haunt them for all eternity as men with no honour. Another ¿ne detail never taught in the public education system is that up until 1900’s there was no inÀation, and up until the 1970’s no major national debt. It wasn’t until some more fraud was made “legal” called private banking interest, which was a change from borrowing from ourselves, [Bank of Canada] for practically no interest, to borrowing from private banks at high interest. A direct result of the UN sticking its nose in Sovereign Nation’s business, arbitrarily birthing the bastard rule of the New World Order as we witness today, bankrupting the world; called fraud by any other name. With this fraud came a new type of fraud called invisible debt, or debt that doesn’t exist in the real world to any real natural person, but only exists in ¿ction on a computer screen, or more speci¿c as a “legal ¿ction”. BafÀe any educated scholar by asking them where money comes from; though only a selected few insiders whom reap the rewards of this fraud, truly understand the money and debt are ¿gments of ¿ction simply entered into a computer screen out of thin air, all made legal through government subrogation. Yet more fraud of government is Canada is the richest nation per capita; our wealth of natural resources and farm land is second to none, yet homelessness hunger and humanity struggle to survive as the cost of living out paces living it’s self, indeed leaving many struggling just to survive. Yet because of the fraud within government that sells our resources at pennies on the dollar, corporations make record pro¿ts by self regulating the systematic rape and pillage of mother earth. Which is worse, the degradation of people or mother earth? Both are heinous crimes against humanity and all we as men are entrusted with. It is because of these truths that many in Canada and indeed the world are standing up and saying NO, I will not be a part of government’s fraud and breach of public trust. Indeed, Out of the ashes of democracy a phoenix of consciousness is born; thousands of people are resisting, questioning, and educating themselves, standing up to government. In turn government makes the assault of peaceful upstanding members of communities all across this nation legal; steeling pensions, homes, seizing bank accounts and assets, shutting down businesses, corrupting the courts by legally changing justice by forcing the accused under threat and duress to prove their innocents in a world of fraud, contrary since the dawn of law that a man is innocent until proven guilty by his peers. Though take comfort in knowing progress is being made, we free men who understand we have a duty to stand up to tyranny and corruption, have took it upon ourselves at great risk to expose the fraud and crimes against humanity. In doing so, we have learned the ins and outs of the devil himself, exposing his vulnerable places. Slavery is legally abolished, yet the devil enslaves you to ¿ll out their paper work for free in ignorance of this fact; so why not send them a contract? My time is my most valuable asset, so I charge them $500 hr to ¿ll out their paper work, and I keep an of¿ce [closet in my home] that I charge $1000 a month for. Then when I do ¿ll out their paper work, it reÀects a legally binding contract that any crooked court cannot deny. In response they often send paper work with wild claims but no signatures, so if no one signs, then no one is taking responsibility and it is nothing but gibberish. Legally there are three things one can do anytime anyone sends you a demand for payment. One can ignore the paper work in which case legally one is agreeing to their claim, and they can take everything one owns; or one can deny the claim, which creates a dispute that leads to much pain and suffering. The ¿nal thing one can do, is CONDITIONALY ACCEPT their claim upon proof of claim. I agree and am more than happy to make full payment immediately in exchange for the original bill of exchange/contract delivered to me within 21 days, failure to respond must mean there was a mistake, resolving you of any legal obligations. This forces someone to take responsibility, someone has to sign under oath and penalty of perjury that I owe this amount and this is how it was created in reality [but in reality no one is willing to accept responsibility for their fraud]... not ¿ction. More often than not, government agents will make wild claims that are far greater than any alleged debt in order to intimidate. A kind of unlawful shock-and-aw campaign used against people who may only owe a few thousand, but are accused of owing a hundred thousand; it amounts to a breach of public trust as government operates ABOVE THE LAW! For more information and understanding, go to sovereignsolidarity.com
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N AFTERNOON excursion to every child’s fun palace seemed an unlikely destination for adult shenanigans. But, a recent Ruckers playdate was better than I remembered — and it wasn’t only because my playmates this time had fewer boogers on their faces than my childhood pals. I know what you’re thinking — “Unlikely destination? Ruckers is so fun. I remember a birthday party when . . .” And, I’ll stop you right there. Yes, Ruckers is fun when you are a six-year-old, you have a six-yearold or you are babysitting a six-yearold. Fond childhood memories come from the clinking of tokens, the twinkle of arcade games, the anticipation at the ticket counter and three packs of candied Nerds inevitably chosen for a prize. Fast-forward another 20 years and consider a 26-year-old recreating that very Ruckers playdate — this time as a real date. Adult logic might cloud initial impressions — just some silly kids’ place, a waste of money or a breeding ground for rare bacteria to feast and flourish. But, despite the desire to wash my hands every 30 seconds, I dismissed logic as boring adult misconceptions. The games were largely similar to those years ago, but you have one major advantage playing them — two more decades of size and intelligence. Tickets flew left and right as we conquered our childhood weaknesses.
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GAP Air Hockey and Deal or No Deal proved splurge-worthy, token-wise, and friendly competition was a chance to flirt and goof around. I’m sure a little creativity could even raise the stakes to some adultrated favours. Though, in mentioning that, it seems a little creepy. At times, our adult powers felt like cheating. In one game, I nearly dunked the basketball — a shootingskills game on which I wouldn’t have dared wasting tokens as a kid because of the proximity of the hoop above my head. The best part, though, came at the end — the win-win-win situation. Counting the tickets — this time enough for five packs of Nerds — we found that, after repeatedly cheating on the basketball game, there were still enough tickets to put a smile on a kid’s face, a child who had eyes on a giant stuffy. The result was a fun date and a sugar rush, wrapped up in a good deed — so many rewards for having fun. As someone who grew up in the Tournament Capital, I have no prob-
lem finding fun in the nooks and crannies of the city. But, as I take on more responsibility for the arts and entertainment section at KTW, I am constantly surprised and excited by things happening in Kamloops. How did I not know there was a ukulele orchestra? I could try that. People create artistic pottery in the park? What! Why had I never signed up for Boogie the Bridge? Run Club training has been fun this year. I figure you’ve already done half the work by taking time from your crazy busy day — not to mention the bonus points for resisting the temptation to wander online to BuzzFeed by now — so, while I have your brief attention, I’d like to offer up another win-win-win situation. Sorry, it doesn’t involve any Nerds. While the rest of the newsroom is spending too much time teaching, me how, to, use, a, comma, I’m trying to lend a hand in compiling comprehensive weekly event listings for the Friday paper. This is where you come in. You get free publicity for your community event, Friday’s pages are filled and people like me, who have lived here forever, may learn a few new things about what’s going on in the community. See? Win-win-win. Email me and let’s get started. And, if there’s not much going on, we can always grab some hand sanitizer, pop into Ruckers and dunk our way to five packs of Nerds. firstname.lastname@example.org
It used to be that the old beer fridge, chugging away in the basement at all hours, was your home’s biggest energy hog. If you have an old beast whirring and humming away, it would be wise to unplug it and save your bucks. But, there’s a new consumer of energy in your home — electronics — and you may be surprised to learn how much your cellphones, PVRs, computers and other gizmos are costing you. BC Hydro has been increasing its educational programming, through its website and at trade shows, encouraging customers to use less power. One way is to properly monitor just how much your electronics are driving up your smart meter. While unplugging that old fridge can save you up to $85 a year, properly plugging in your gadgets has the potential to save you more than $100 a year. Just your PVR alone is costing you more than your average refrigerator. BC Hydro suggests hooking up your television, DVD, PVR, VCR and surround system to one power bar, and simply clicking the entire thing off when it’s not in use. “Phantom load” is upping your the cost of your hydro bill, whether you’re home or away, sleeping or awake. Standby power can increase your annual bill by as much as 10 per cent. If hydro companies could convince everyone in Canada to reduce their products that use standby power, they could power up to 400,000 homes — and emissions reductions would be equivalent to taking a large coal-fired power generating unit offline. All you have to do to is unplug the things you aren’t using. If we could learn as a society to turn off the lights when we leave the room, surely we can learn to click off the electronics, too. Finally, BC Hydro’s green team suggests reading a book and going for a bike ride instead of watching TV at all — the ultimate unplugged experience.
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Steelworkers’ president speaks with honest clarity
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Re: Bass column: BASS: Parents of autistic kids don’t need junk-science lectures:
“. . . referred to Africa, which, he said, never had autism until vaccinations were introduced there.” “People with these backwards ways of thinking astound me. “With vaccines come doctors. With doctors come diagnoses. “Just because you didn’t know you had it doesn’t mean it wasn’t there. Some people can make absolutely any excuse to tie autism to vaccines. “I believe I met Dale Bass’ autistic son, many years ago. “I think he’s the same age as my younger sister and was in one of her classes. “He’s a sweet boy and it makes me happy to hear Bass chose to focus on helping him become the best ‘him’ he can be, rather than trying every baseless magic trick in the book to try to ‘fix’ him.” — posted by Twelfthnight
Re: Story: Smailes boys of Kamloops honoured by ALS Society of B.C.:
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Editor: Whole-hearted thanks is due Richard Boyce, president of United Steelworkers local 7619 at Highland Valley Copper, who spoke on Sunday, April 13, at Interior Savings Centre. Boyce apologized for his former pro-Ajax stance and addressed the subject of his speech, The Reality of Having a Mine on our Doorstep. He spoke with the honest clarity of one who’s been there, done
that and still does. The sound of ‘science’ is the sweet talk you hear when the mine is trying to gain acceptance. Very few facts are known until the mine is in operation. Is it wise to welcome a mine on the rim of our city? It shouldn’t be too hard to agree the time to decide is long before: • Dust is blowing when you for a walk; • Pollutants are aggravating
your asthma; • Vibration on your table top is accompanying your breakfast; • The sound of blasting is intruding on your thinking; • The operation has decided how many pieces of heavy equipment it will run; • Diesel trucks are spewing their fumes; • Water is being slurped up and the sludge is being sloughed off; • The tailings pile reaches the clouds; • Doctors are busier
— if they can be persuaded to keep their families here. Exaggeration? Well, maybe. Google it. Such talk is pure fear-mongering, you think? The mine isn’t in operation yet. How can anyone possibly know? You really prefer to wait and see? We’d certainly know then. Every mine exhibits the above. The only question is to what extent. Should we care?
As Boyce says, miners get paid, and paid very well, to take such risks. The 86,000 men, women and children who live in Kamloops won’t get paid — they’ll get shafted, like other communities in too close a proximity to mines. The proposed Ajax mine defies common sense. Kamloops council, let’s agree to stand up together. Collen Carbol Kamloops
Steelworkers’ president’s argument is backwards Editor: With respect, I suggest United Steelworkers local 7619 president Richard Boyce has it all backwards. In fact, Kamloops is too close to the site of the proposed Ajax mine. The ore deposit was here
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first and Kamloops city council, presumable acting on the recommendation of its planning department in its last major report of 2004, approved the construction of new residential-service mains to the south and directly into existing and well identified
Editor: Re: Cindy Rose’s letter of March 21 (‘Ajax event shows mine has great support’): The proposed Ajax mine does not have great support. The population of Greater Kamloops is 85,678. Despite the large sums of money KGHM has been throwing at (dare I say “bribing”?) local organizations and the glossy brochures it has been mailing out,
ore bodies. With a new planning report due out this year, one hopes council will do better this time around. Perhaps Boyce and his friends should consider moving their homes away from the Ajax ore body, for which,
2,000 people, which is a mere 2.3 per cent of the population, showed up for more freebies and a live band during KGHM’s March event at Interior Savings Centre. This is what I would call “bought” support, not “great” support. The good citizens of Kamloops oppose the location of this mine as it is too close to our city. Our friend the enemy would give us water, air and noise pollution and a scarred environment.
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T COULD HAVE been a coyote pieced together like a 3D puzzle, a pair of concrete spires studded with local stone or a lifesized cowpoke on his faithful horse. Through a freedomof-information request, KTW obtained all 19 artists’ concepts submitted to the city as part of the search for a public art piece to install on the Lorne Street roundabout near Interior Savings Centre. But, we can’t show you what the alternatives to Delta artist Michael Nicoll Yahgulanaas’ sculpture
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Rivers might have looked like. While the city supplied KTW with detailed descriptions of nearly all the submissions — including their planned dimensions, materials used and partial schematics of the roundabout site — it blacked out the artists’ sketches, claiming they represent proprietary information. The city also redacted the 11 artists’ educational credentials, citing privacy concerns, though it did not black out their names, phone numbers or addresses. Yahgulanaas’ concept sketches for Rivers were also redacted. However, one can get a hint of what might lie beneath the black by looking at the final sculpture, which rose on the roundabout in February. Yahgulanaas’ original pitch to the city will be familiar to those who have seen the statue: Two aluminum figures, each a different colour, rising atop galvanized steel pipe and symbolizing the confluence
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to be chosen to rise on Lorne symbolize â€˜hub cityâ€™ status.â€? Further description of the ball and lower element is not provided. Another apparently abstract design would represent the contact between Europeans and First Nations. First contact is a running theme in the submissions. Terry Norlander â€” another Overlanders statue veteran â€” proposed a seven-foot high bronze of David Stewart meeting First Nations people as one of his two submissions for the roundabout. Meeting of the Waters, his second concept, uses â€œtwo twisted, undulating and rising bands, one of polished steel (Europeans) and the other of polished bronze (First Nations)â€? to represent that same meeting. Vaughn Warren, who created the River Pole in front of the Sahali Superstore, proposed a pair of sculpted concrete pillars in two shades of green to represent the two rivers. The pillars would be textured with â€œclean, flowing line forms that balance flow with tur-
bulence, interspersed with large spheres of stoneâ€? sourced from various spots along the river, such as the Heffley rapids. Young artists Allen Okoye and Jo Wyers proposed building a threemetre plinth topped with a coyote sculpture pieced together like an intricate jigsaw puzzle using flat, water-resistant plywood. The recent Thompson Rivers University graduates (though their credentials are redacted, the pair make reference to their 2012 graduation at other points in their pitch) suggested the column on which the coyote would rest could be used to display plaques and other art pieces over time. Salt Spring artist Donald Gunn suggested a cowboy for the roundabout, with childrenâ€™s play structures shaped like cattle installed nearby in Riverside Park as a complement. Chaseâ€™s Laurie Payne proposed a pair of hands from the roundabout, though he suggested one hand might be feminine and
of a different skin tone if the jury preferred. Hilton Landmarks Inc. of Waterloo, Ont., put forward a
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Another page of the submission is blank, save for the words â€œInstant Coffee: it doesnâ€™t have to be good to be meaningful.â€? Rivers is due for an official unveiling later this spring, likely in late May. Around the same time, the city plans to install a second artistic piece in Riverside Park that will also serve as a sign to welcome visitors. Barbara Berger, the cityâ€™s manager of recreation, social development and culture, said details on the piece and its artist canâ€™t be released to the public yet because a procurement process is still underway for the work.
design for Sharing 200, a mix of windspinner sculptures, native grasses to simulate the Thompson Rivers, and a red I-beam suspended in the air representing the Red Bridge. Canmore, Alta., artist Tom Hjorleifson said his sculpture was inspired by an encounter between two eagles he witnessed while visiting the city. Had it been built, the piece would have included bronze eagles, steel ribbons in the shape of a canoe and a base of sockeye salmon and steelhead. Leta Shores of Oliver proposed two concepts: A bronze of a fur trader meeting with a First Nations spear fisherman or a bronze sculpture of a male and
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CHANT, “I’M IN Canada, now I’m in the States,” as I step back and forth over the border line. Then, with one foot on either side, I declare I’m in both. At the Haskell Free Library and Opera House, which was deliberately built over the international boundary in the early 1900s, I can simultaneously stand in Stanstead, Que. and Derby Line, Verm. The building’s front door and audience seats are in the United States, while the circulation desk, books and stage are in Canada. Gary and I are meandering through the rural areas of the Montérégis and the Eastern Townships southeast of Montreal, Que. Toodling along country roads, appreciating the scenery, finding covered bridges, tasting artisan products and making small-town discoveries like borderspanning buildings, all enhance our leisurely sojourn from the city. With the traffic snarls of Montreal behind us, the countryside gently welcomes us. The road undulates over treed hills tinged with the golds, oranges and reds of autumn. Stands of tapped maple trees and pastures dotted with cows alternate with vineyards and apple orchards. Branches bend with apples aplenty so weekenders heading for
U-pick will surely fill their buckets in no time. It must be a spectactular sight when these trees are frothy with white and pink blossoms in the spring. Baskets of apples, stacks of pumpkins and bouquets of flowers tempt us from roadsidehonour stands. Many territorial struggles amongst the British, French and Americans were fought in this bucolic countryside. A wood blockhouse, dating from 1781, stands in a small Lacolle park. This remnant of the fortifications built by the British to defend against invading American forces is the last remaining structure of its kind in Quebec. From a short video, we learn a mere 500 men remarkably repelled an attack by more than 4,000 Americans in the spring of 1814. The blockhouse held, but the dark walls are scarred with musket ball holes. We stay in Sutton for a couple of nights. Loyalists established the town in 1799 and French-speaking settlers followed in the mid1800s. With this heritage, no wonder so many people are effortlessly bilingual. I start conversations in my rudimentary French, but am often answered in English. Our hotel hosts are effusive about their town. “It’s vibrant!”
Michel explains as I indulge in the crispest, lightest French toast at breakfast. Afterwards, he recommends several scenic stops along the Route de Vins. The country road is virtually empty of cars as we sedately dawdle along. Cresting a hill, we see Vermont’s Green Mountains in the distance. With a wrong turn, we land up at a tiny-border crossing — oops, time to turn around. Back on the route, we find the apple-treelined drive of Domaine Pinnacle.
Some of these trees were planted almost a century ago. The turret on the mid-1800s farmhouse served as a border lookout and the house may have been a stop on the Underground Railroad. I taste several icedcider products and declare the sparkling one my favourite. Picking frozen apples must be cold and difficult work. Nearby, Frelighsburg has many stone and brick buildings dating from mid-1800 loyalist times. At the general store, all cozy with warm woods and delicious aromas, we finish lunch
with a piece of their famous sugar pie. Mildly maple flavoured, it is akin to a pecan pie without pecans. Further along the route, we are tempted by other tastings of cidre et vin, and one vineyard adds a cultural twist with bizarre sculptures along its paths. We picnic beside a red, century old, round barn — one of only nine remaining in Quebec. Round barns, according to folklore, have no corners for the devil to hide in and do his mischief. We discover several covered bridges from
the 1800s before visiting the Saint-Benoit-duLac Abbey. Its grey buildings are beautifully situated beside apple orchards on the serene shores of Lake Memphremagog. For more than 100 years, Benedictine monks have followed a religious, contemplative life here. I walk the halls in hushed silence — what a treat it would be to hear the monks’ Gregorian chants resonating around the austere chapel. North Hatley curves beautifully along the top of Lake Massawippi. A flower-lined pier leads to a pagoda over-
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‘He was delivered up for our trespasses and raised for our justiﬁcation’ KTW is pleased to list a number of places of worship that will host Easter services this weekend: Good Friday Services • The Salvation Army Community Church, 344 Poplar St., 11 a.m. • Ukrainian Orthodox Church of All Saints 1044 - 8th St., Holy Friday 11 a.m. shroud. • St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church, 1136 - 6th Ave.,10 a.m. • Hills of Peace Lutheran Church, 695 Robson Drive, 11 a.m. • Free Methodist Church, 975 Windbreak St., 10:30 a.m. • Kamloops Alliance Church, 233 Fortune Drive, 9:15 a.m. and 11 a.m. • St. Andrew’s Lutheran Church, 815 Renfrew Ave., 7 p.m. • Bible Truth Church, 1099 Fraser St., Communion Service: 7 p.m. • Mount Paul United Church, 140 Laburnum St., 10:30 a.m. • Gateway City Church, 163 Oriole Rd., 10 a.m. ■ Kamloops Roman Catholic Parishes: • Sacred Heart Cathedral, 255 Nicola St., 3 p.m., 5:30 p.m. • Our Lady of Perpetual Help, 635
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Tranquille Rd., Rd 3 pp.m. m • Holy Family Parish, 2797 Sunset Dr., 3 p.m. • St. John Vianney Parish, 2826 Bank Rd., 3 p.m • Our Lady of Lourdes, Heffley Creek, 5 p.m. • Blessed Sacrament, Chase, 3 p.m. Easter Saturday Services • Kamloops Alliance Church, 233 Fortune Drive, Easter Service, 6:30 p.m. • Bible Truth Church, 1099 Fraser St., Easter Egg Hunt and Family Barbecue:
2 pp.m., m children 12 and under • Mount Paul United Church, 140 Laburnum St., Saturday Vigil, 7 p.m. • Gateway City Church, 163 Oriole Rd., Easter Service 6:30 p.m. ■ Kamloops Roman Catholic Parishes: • Sacred Heart Cathedral, 255 Nicola St., Easter Vigil, 9 p.m. • Our Lady of Perpetual Help, 635 Tranquille Rd., Easter Vigil, 8 p.m. • Holy Family Parish, 2797 Sunset Dr., Easter Vigil, 7 p.m.
Easter Sunday Services • The Salvation Army Community A Church, 344 Poplar St., Coffee and Fellowship, 10 a.m. Easter Service 11 a.m. • Ukrainian Orthodox Church of All Saints 1044 - 8th St., Pascha, Matins 7 a.m., P Divine Liturgy 8 a.m. D • St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church, P Easter Sunrise Service, E Peterson Creek Park, P 8 a.m. Easter Church Service 10 a.m. • Hills of Peace Lutheran Church, L 695 Robson Drive, Early Service 8 a.m., E Breakfast 9 a.m., B Festive Worship 10:30 F a.m. • Free Methodist Church, 975 Windbreak St., Continental Breakfast 8:30 a.m., Traditional Hymn Sing 9:45 a.m., Celebration Service 10:30 a.m.
• Kamloops Alliance Church, 233 Fortune Drive, 9:15 a.m. and 11 a.m., Online Live at 11 a.m., kamloopsalliance. com • Valleyview Bible Church, 2386 Trans Canada Hwy.,10:30 a.m. • St. Andrew’s Lutheran Church, 815 Renfrew Ave., Sunrise Service 8 a.m., Worship Service 10:30 a.m. • Bible Truth Church, 1099 Fraser St., Celebration Service, 10 a.m. • Mount Paul United Church, 140 Laburnum St., 10:30 a.m. • Gateway City Church, 163 Oriole Rd., 10 a.m. ■ Kamloops Roman Catholic Parishes: • Sacred Heart Cathedral, 255 Nicola St., 8:30 a.m.,11:30 a.m., 6 p.m. • Our Lady of Perpetual Help, 635 Tranquille Rd., 8:30 a.m., 10:30 a.m.
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WOLVES TAKE THE DIAMOND Erik Herbranson of the TRU WolfPack baseball team couldn’t quite get to this fly ball in Canadian College Baseball Conference play against the Okanagan College Coyotes at Norbrock Stadium on April 5, but he did keep it in front of him. TRU won 5-1. The WolfPack (5-3) play their final two home games of the campaign on Saturday, April 19, at Norbrock — a doubleheader against the first-place Prairie Baseball Academy Dawgs of Lethbridge. Game 1 gets underway at 1 p.m., with the second game slated for 3 p.m. PBA is 8-4 on the season. Allen Douglas/KTW
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LAYERS AND managers in the B.C. Lacrosse Association are frustrated with a new helmet and facemask regulation they feel is unsafe. The rule resulted in the cancellation of a senior C men’s lacrosse game between the Kamloops Rattlers and the Kelowna Raiders on the weekend. The regulation, new to players at the senior level for 2014, was implemented throughout the Canadian Lacrosse Association (CLA) in 2013. It requires all players wear a helmet-and-facemask combination
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is being transferred into the chin. Because the old masks sat away from the face, it wasn’t a problem. Morris isn’t alone in his concerns with the changes. Mark Jurista, the Rattlers’ captain and player president, said players in the Tournament Capital feel the same way. “Everybody on our team feels the other setup felt safer,” Jurista said. “It was a lot harder to get off. It was more stable. “It was definitely a lot better.” Both Jurista and Morris said it seems liability concerns are driving the changes, with insurance companies putting pressure on the CLA to require use of certified equipment. XSee RATTLERS A17
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Head coach Sean Wandler nailed it with his 2013 pre-season prediction, suggesting the loss of eight graduating Grade 12s would likely lead to an up-and-down campaign for his midget AAA Kamloops RiverDogs. The Dogs finished 18-22 and were bumped from the provincial championship in Chilliwack in the round-robin stage. He gave KTW his outlook on the 2014 B.C. Minor Baseball Association season on Thursday, April 17, two days before opening day. â€œWeâ€™re fairly balanced age-wise, with the four Grade 12s, five Grade 11s and five Grade 10s,â€? said Wandler, a chartered accountant with Daley and Company who is smack-dab in the middle of tax season. â€œAt the same time, weâ€™re kind of spread out, so we donâ€™t have those eight or nine Grade 12s to take the bull by the horns. â€œWith the mix, weâ€™ve got some talent, so hopefully weâ€™ll be in the middle of the pack and compete.â€? Kamloops opens its schedule at home on Saturday, April 19, with a doubleheader
against the South Okanagan Tigers of Penticton at the Canada Games Field on McArthur Island. Game 1 gets underway at 1 p.m., with first pitch in the second tilt slated for 3:30 p.m. Expected to lead by example this season are the elder statesmen â€” outfielders Brennen Hegel and Isiah McDonald and infielders Jackson Lowes and Riley Johnson. â€œI think theyâ€™re going to step up and take a leadership role,â€? Wandler said of the Grade 12 players. The Cloverdale Colts won the provincial championship last season, but they lost some key players to graduation and premier baseball, so they might take a step back in 2014. Victoria is usually strong, drawing from a large pool of players, and Wandler said Chilliwack might be a team to watch this season, having hired Shawn Corness to head up the midget AAA program. He was a pitching coach, assistant coach and chief recruiter with the UBC Thunderbirds before jumping ship to Chilliwack. â€œThat brought some people out of the woodwork in Chilliwack, just
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to work with him,â€? Wandler said. â€œIâ€™m thinking theyâ€™ll be fairly competitive.â€? Wandler noted itâ€™s hardly an exact science predicting the future in the B.C. midget league, with turnover on rosters and coaching staffs
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Moose Meet yields medals The Kamloops Classic Swimming club finished second at the 10-team Prince George Dental Moose Meet, which wrapped up on Sunday, April 13. Ashley Bagabuyo, in the 11-year-old girlsâ€™ division, and Austin Phillips, in the 12- and 13-year-old boysâ€™ division, were meet high-point
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girlsâ€™ and boysâ€™ 11-year-old divisions, respectively, were second runners-up, as was Makena Sutherland, in both the 14- and15-year-old and 15-and-over girlsâ€™ categories. There were 287 swimmers from B.C. and Alberta at the meet. The Classics had 91 podium finishes.
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The teams will be forced to go along with the new regulations as it doesnâ€™t appear any changes are on the horizon. â€œIf you want to play, weâ€™ve got to comply,â€? Jurista said. â€œEven if we donâ€™t like it, thatâ€™s the way it is.â€? When it came to the April 11 game between the two clubs, it was simply a miscommunication that resulted in the Raidersâ€™ forfeiture. The memo slipped by Morris, who usually has players and coaches at a variety of clinics reporting back with rule changes for the upcoming season. That didnâ€™t happen this year and Kelowna took the loss in the Kamloops home opener. â€œIâ€™m going to take full blame for it,â€?
Morris told KTW. He said the team has ordered the new masks and is hoping to have them in time for Kelownaâ€™s next game, at home on Friday, April 25. The Raiders and Rattlers played an exhibition game on April 11, which Kamloops won 12-5, but it was a disappointing result after the excitement that comes with the beginning of a new season. â€œAt least we got an exhibition game out of it for the people that came out and watched. At least we played some lacrosse,â€? Jurista said. â€œWe still got two points out of it but, still, everybody wanted to play a real game, no matter what. Itâ€™s not the same when you get two points from that kind of game, as opposed to a real win.â€? Kamloopsâ€™ next game is scheduled for Saturday, April 26, in Armstrong against the Shamrocks.
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Rugby in Rayleigh — Titans sweep opposition Three wins for the South Kamloops Titans made for a joyous evening at the Kamloops Rugby Club fields in Rayleigh on Wednesday, April 16. In senior boys’ play, the Titans downed Salmon Arm 27-5, Julia Goodall (left) and Cheyenne Calhoun of the South Kamloops Titans bookend a member of the hometown Penticton Lakers last week in senior girls’ B.C. High School rugby action. Mark Brett/Black Press
Superb Saints with tries coming from Duncan McDonald, Dante Caillier, Connor McLean, Ryan Hawker and Addison Bazian. Felix Nachtigal booted one conversion. The junior boys from South Kam knocked off Salmon Arm 50-15 and the Titans’ girls posted a
games. The second-year defenceman represented Canada in its goldmedal run at the 2013 Ivan Hlinka Memorial Tournament and was a member of Team Pacific in the 2013 World under-17 Hockey Challenge. Gropp last season finished with 42 points, including 18 goals, in 59 games. He was also a member of Team Pacific in 2013. Canada played Sweden on Thursday. Germany, Slovakia and Russia are also in Canada’s pool. Canada is a three-time goal medallist at the under-18 tournament, capturing titles in 2003, 2008 and 2013.
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Hicketts, Gropp at world championship A pair of Kamloops hockey players are wearing the Maple Leaf at the 2014 IIHF Ice Hockey under-18 World Championship, which got underway on Thursday, April 17. Joe Hicketts of the Victoria Royals and Ryan Gropp of the Seattle Thunderbirds will be playing for Canada in the World Championship. The Western Hockey League pair are in Finland with Canada, with games being played in Lappeenranta and Imatra. The tournament wraps up on April 27. Both players are Kamloops Minor Hockey Association products. Hicketts played the 2013-2014 season with the Royals and tallied 24 points, including six goals, in 36
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the passing of Aldo Zuccarello. Aldo was born in Treviso, Italy in 1933 and passed away peacefully in Kamloops with his family by his side.
Calvin spent most of his life in British Columbia as well as several years living in the North West Territories and Saskatchewan. Calvin touched the lives of many people and was always quick to help people in need and share his faith. He will be greatly missed and will leave a large void in our family. Funeral services will be held on April 22 at 7 pm at the Bethel Church in Quesnel, BC
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It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of Mr. Calvin Foster. Calvin passed away unexpectedly of natural causes on April 12, 2014 at his home in Quesnel, BC. He is survived by his mother Shirley Foster and will be deeply missed by his four loving children: Christ Foster, Daniel Foster, Amaris Foster and Gilead Foster, and his two brothers: Allan Foster and James Foster.
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He is survived by his loving wife Benita; his sons Paolo (Tracy) and Ronnie (Maureen); his grandchildren; and other family and friends. A Funeral Mass will be held at 10:00am on Tuesday, April 22, 2014 from St Helen’s Parish, 3894 Triumph Street, Burnaby. A Prayer Service will be held at 7:00pm on Thursday April 24th at Our Lady Of Perpetual Help, 635 Tranquille Road, Kamloops, BC. In lieu of ﬂowers, the family would appreciate a donation in Aldo’s name to the Canadian Cancer Society.
It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of Jesus Carlos Plascencia Lopez of Kamloops, BC, on April 15th, 2014 at 80 years of age. Carlos is survived by his wife, Ruth Lopez, children Tania (Steve) Bilcik of Creston, BC, Blanca (Almer) Fletcher of Kamloops, BC, Heidi (Frank) Schlick of Vauxhall, AB, and Carlos (Stacie) Lopez Jr. of Creston, BC, as well as Ian Roberston, James (Judy) Robertson, Carey (Michelle) Robertson, and David (Lori) Robertson. Also left to cherish Carlos’ memory are grandchildren Nicole, Christopher, Jamie, Colleen, Heather, Amanda, Sean and Liam, as well as greatgrandchildren, Aaron Jr., Jaden, and Alexander. Carlos is also survived by his brothers, Gabriel, Federeico, and Clotilde. Carlos is predeceased by his father, Marciano, and mother, Isabella, as well as his brothers Alfredo, Antonio and José-Luis. Carlos had an amazing, and interesting, life. He ran pre-Olympic track, before tackling bullﬁghting, and later moving on to be an air force pilot in the Mexican Air Force. Carlos also graduated from the University of Guadalajara with a law degree. Always singing, he was ﬁnally noticed and offered a job as a professional entertainer, which he took and ran with for years. He loved to tinker and ﬁddle with just about anything he could get his hands on. Carlos will also be remembered for his witty and sarcastic sense of humour, but also for how funny his lost-in-translation quips could be. Carlos was a deeply religious man, belonging to the St. John Vianney congregation for many years. He will be deeply missed by all that knew and loved him, but we will remember him always with the song in our hearts. The family would like to extend a special thank you to the nursing staff at Kamloops Hospice, Dr. Thomasse; to Blanca and Ruth, who never left Carlos’ side, and to Geoffrey at the Kamloops Funeral Home, for his assistance in this sensitive time. In lieu of ﬂowers, donations in Carlos’ memory may be made to the Marjorie Willoughby Snowden Memorial Hospice. A Funeral Mass for Carlos will be held on Monday, April 21st, 2014, at 11:00am in the St. John Vianney Parish, with Monsignor Jeremiah Desmond ofﬁciating.
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BARRY GORDON RICHARDS Sept 23 1938, - April 15, 2014
Barry spent his life in the fuel business and hauled his ﬁnal load on April 15, 2014 at the age of 75. Survived and missed by his loving wife of 54 years Mary; their children: Vernon (Kamloops); Cami (Neil Salanski) of Cranbrook; Charlene (Kamloops), granddaughters Marlo and Kaylin Salanski of Cranbrook, niece: Robin (Sheldon Scott) Penticton, siblings: Shirley Wallin (Virgil) of Armstrong; Charlie (Marilyn) of Penticton; Allan (Betty) of Kelowna, sister in-law Val Wurtz (Phil) of Medicine Hat, many nieces, nephews, extended family and lifelong friends. Barry was born and raised in Penticton, BC where he developed his lifelong love of sports as a participant and a spectator. Barry was a sincere person who had a strong sense of values, which included family, friends, animals and his work. Barry was a member of Orion Lodge #51, Charter Member of Skaha Rotary Club; volunteer ﬁre ﬁghter in Penticton for many years, and served as a volunteer driver for the Cancer Car in Kamloops for 10 years. To the nurses on the 4th ﬂoor recovery, your care and compassion to Barry and family was above and beyond. Thank you! No formal service by request. In lieu of ﬂowers donations can be made to the Canadian Cancer Society, The Heart & Stroke Foundation or a charity of your choice. Condolences may be left at www.mem.com Arrangements entrusted to Schoening Cremation Centre, 250-554-2429.
Arrangements entrusted to Kamloops Funeral Home 250-554-2577 Condolences may be expressed to the family from www.kamloopsfuneralhome.com
MURIEL LOUISE BILICK May 15, 1937 – April 14, 2014
Each Loss ... Each loss is very diﬀerent, The pain is so severe. Will I ever stop missing This one I loved so dear? Good times we had together, The moments that we shared We didn’t have to tell each other How much we really cared.
Muriel passed away peacefully in her 76th year on April 14, 2014 in Kamloops, British Columbia. She will be sadly missed by her loving husband, Wally, and by her daughter Cyndra, of Orleans, Ontario. Muriel will be lovingly remembered by her four grandchildren. She was predeceased by her son, Mike. A private family Celebration of Muriel’s life will be held at a later time in Advocate Harbour, Nova Scotia. Condolences may be left at www.mem.com Arrangements entrusted to Schoening Cremation Centre 250-554-2429.
Today, April 14 2014, we mourn the loss of our dear papa, husband, and dad, Clarence Neis.
April 16, 2011
Clarence Neis was born February 24th 1933 in Cudworth Saskatchewan. Clarence is predeceased by his parents and all ﬁve siblings. He passed away warm in his bed, with his wife of 58 years by his side, and his loving children and grandchildren surrounding him.
I never dreamed you’d go away, Never thought of sorrow. So sure you’d always be here Took for granted each tomorrow. Now my life is all confused Since you went away. You took a part of me And for help I daily pray. But when God sent you to me He never said that you were mine, That I could keep you always – Only borrowed for a time. Now, He’s called you home, I’m sad and I shed tears. Yet I’m glad He loaned you to me And we had these many years.
In Memoriam GARTH JAMES ROBERT SULLIVAN July 28, 1978 – April 19, 2004
Leaving behind him is his beautiful wife, Joyce Neis, and 7 children. His seven children who loved their dad greatly: Shirley (Bob), Leo, Edward, Bertha (Roger), Agnes (Tom), Angeline (Phil), and April. Clarence had 15 grandchildren and nine greatgrandchildren who he cherished dearly. Clarence had many hobbies that made him the wonderful man he was. He enjoyed tending to his garden, curling during the winter months, lawn bowling during the summer months, and playing hockey during his younger years. During the winter he would turn his garden into a skating rink to feel and see the happiness of spending time with his children and grandchildren. Clarence was a faithful man whom was part of the OLPH parish and strong willed for the faith he believed in. He was passionate about the job he had, for 38 years, of driving trains for the CN railway. Even after retirement, he continued his love for the railway by driving the train for the Wildlife Park. Dedicating his time to making the children smile, by blowing the horn of the train, was always a favourite way to spend his time. Clarence was an ear when you needed to talk, a hug when you needed comforting, and a wise soul when you needed advice.
We’ll always remember that special smile, that caring heart, that warm embrace, you always gave us. You being there for Mom and us through good and bad times, no matter what. We’ll always remember you Dad because there will never be another one to replace you in our hearts, and the love we will always have for you.
If you would like to celebrate the life of Clarence Neis; the Prayers are Tuesday April 22 at 7:00 pm, and the funeral is Wednesday April 23 at 11:00 am at OLPH, 635 Tranquille Rd, Father Peter ofﬁciating.
Its been 3 years and not a day goes by that we don’t think of you and miss you.
The spirit and life of this beautiful man will forever live on.
Love you always, Marilyn, Kaitlyn, Alana and Shannon
Ten years have passed, but not one day without loving thoughts of you. Always missed and ever remembered. Mom, Vanessa, Grama & Grampa, extended family, Kr ystale, Jenna, Dad, and many friends.
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OMUSIC: BARNHARTVALE COFFEE HOUSE WITH DOC AND THE DISORDERLIES, open mic for local musicians and small groups, sign up at the door. Barnhartvale Hall, Doors open at 7 p.m., music starts at 7:30 p.m., $5 cover but performers and children under 12 are free. Info: barnhartvalecoffeehouse.com. OMUSIC: YOUNGâ€™UNS, Blue Grotto, 319 Victoria St., doors open at 8 p.m., $5 cover. OMUSIC: THE CASPIANS, Barside Lounge and Grill, 1250 Halston Ave., 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. No cover charge. OMUSIC: PAINT IT BLACK PARTY, Blacklisted and Blackdaze join for music, games and prizes. Bring something black. Doors 8 p.m. Tickets $10. More info: 250376-4397. OTHEATRE: A BRIMFUL OF ASHA, Pavilion Theatre, 2 p.m., 8 pm. Tickets at Kamloops Live Box OfĂ€ce, 1025 Lorne St., kamloopslive. com or 250-374-5483. OWINE TOUR: VINE TO WINE TOUR AT PRIVATO VINEYARD AND WINERY, tour the vineyard, winery and barrel room. End with a taste in the new
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ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT MONDAY MONDAY, APRIL 21 O FAMILY: EASTER EGGSCITEMENT, B.C. Wildlife Park, 9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Scavenger hunt, colour contest, pancake breakfast and miniature train. Hunts every half hour, last admission at 3:30 p.m. More info: 250-573-3242. OMUSIC: PERRY TUCKER AND THE GOOD GRAVY BAND, The Alano Club, 171 Leigh Rd., 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. No cover. OTHEATRE: A BRIMFUL OF ASHA, Pavilion Theatre, 7:30 pm. Tickets at Kamloops Live Box OfÀce, 1025 Lorne St., kamloopslive.com or 250-374-5483. OWINE TOUR: VINE TO WINE TOUR AT PRIVATO VINEYARD AND WINERY, tour the vineyard, winery and barrel room. End with a taste in the new tasting room, 11 a.m., 1 p.m. and 3 p.m., 5505 Westsyde Rd. Reserve: info@privato. ca or 250-319-0919.
Jess Rae Ayre, Michelle Anderson and Amber Quesnel who make up the band Sweet Alibi are stopping in Kamloops on Tuesday, April 22, at Red Beard Roasters.
TUESDAY, APRIL 22 OART: THROUGHOUT WITHIN, TRU graduating students showcase work from 10 fourthyear students, Old Main Art Gallery and Visual Arts Department at TRU. ODANCE: ADULT JIGGING TROUPE, Lii Michif Otipemisiwak Family and Community Services hosts learning and practice of adult jigging. All adults welcome, commitment to the troupe required. More info: 250-554-9486. OMUSIC: SWEET ALIBI, Red Beard Coffee, 449 Tranquille Rd., doors open at 7 p.m., show starts at 7:30 p.m. Tickets: $20, 250-3745483, kamloopslive.ca. OTHEATRE: A BRIMFUL OF ASHA, Pavilion Theatre, 7:30 pm. Tickets at Kamloops Live Box OfÀce, 1025 Lorne St., kamloopslive.com or 250-374-5483.
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Sweet to serenade with simplicity By Andrea Klassen STAFF REPORTER firstname.lastname@example.org
Amber Quesnel was getting good at waiting. With her mother ill with cancer, the Winnipeg-based guitarist and covocalist for Sweet Alibi had plenty of opportunities to practise waiting, particularly at the hospital. It was during that downtime the song that’s become her band’s biggest hit to date began to take shape, a tune called, simply, I’ll Wait. “It started with that, the lyric ‘I’ll wait’ because it’s a lot of waiting around for results,” said Quesnel. “It was kind of literal for me at the very beginning.” With help from bandmates Jess Rae Ayre and Michelle Anderson,
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I’ll Wait became a wider reflection on mortality and caregiving, wrapped up in smoky R&B vocals that might surprise those who know the band best by its Canadian Folk Music Award-winning first album. The song topped the CBC’s adultalternative chart in Canada and has helped the group find an audience beyond the folk scene.
But, I’ll Wait isn’t the only serious track on Sweet Alibi’s sophomore album, We’ve Got To, songs from which the band will bring to Kamloops on Tuesday, April 22. While Quesnel was dealing with her mother’s cancer, other band members had their own struggles to work through. Anderson was dealing with homesickness brought on by extensive touring, while Ayers was working toward sobriety. That journey sparked another album track — Get it Right. “It just came naturally,” said Quesnel. “You write about what’s happening in your life.” But, while the turn to the serious came on its own, the band was also working to broaden its sound beyond the folk and roots tunes that had
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dominated its early work. Though the banjo has stayed, Sweet Alibi’s later material leans more heavily on pop, soul and R&B. The number of players in the band is also up. For this tour, Sweet Alibi is a six-piece effort, with extra musicians helping broaden the group’s sound. “Dynamically with the songs, they’re just more mature,” Quesnel said. “The first album you hear it and you can tell this is a band just starting . . . you’ve got to keep moving forward and expanding.” Sweet Alibi is at Red Beard Roasters, 449 Tranquille Rd., on Tuesday, April 22, at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are available through Kamloops Live Box Office at kamloopslive.ca or 250-374-5483.
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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 23 OART: THE TREESMITHS, various art mediums and written word, Wilson House Gallery, 115 Tranquille Rd. Monday to Friday 1:30 p.m. to 5 p.m OART: THROUGHOUT WITHIN, TRU graduating students showcase work from 10 fourthyear students, Old Main Art Gallery and Visual Arts Department at TRU. OLECTURE: HYDRAULIC FRACTURING - THE SCIENCE, ECONOMICS AND POLITICS OF THE RECOVER OF SHALE GAS AND OIL, presented by the Kamloops Exploration Group as part of its lecture series, TRU Mountain Room, 7 p.m. OTHEATRE: A BRIMFUL OF ASHA, Pavilion Theatre, 8 p.m. Tickets at Kamloops Live Box OfÀce, 1025 Lorne St., kamloopslive.com or 250-374-5483.
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THURSDAY, APRIL 24 OAFTER SCHOOL CLUB, bring your homework and a snack, get help with English and meet friends. Kamloops Immigrant Services, 448 Tranquille Rd. 3 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. OART: THE TREESMITHS, various art and written word, Wilson House Gallery, 115 Tranquille Rd. Monday to Friday 1:30 p.m. to 5 p.m. OART: BEARING WITNESS, artistic interpretations of substance abuse, Kamloops Arts Council Main Gallery, 7 Seymour St. W. XSee B7
Save the last dance The final show in the dance series at Vernon and District Performing Arts Centre has a decidedly Japanese overtone. Karsoshi is a mix of dance, multimedia and Taiko drumming. Shay Kuebler, the creator and lead dancer, has drawn from his background in hip-hop dance and martial-arts training to create the choreography. Karoshi is a Japanese term that means to die from overwork and
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COMMUNITY OART: THROUGHOUT WITHIN, TRU graduating students showcase work from 10 fourth-year students, Old Main Art Gallery and Visual Arts Department at TRU. OROCK TRIVIA: RETRO ROCK TRIVIA NIGHT, Dirty Jersey, 1200 Eighth St. More info: retrorocktrivia.com. OFAMILY: YOUTH COOKING PROGRAM, Lii Michif Otipemisiwak Family and Community Services hosts cooking of traditional, nutritious and economical meals, 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. More info: 250-554-9486. OFAMILY: THROUGH ROSE AND OTHER TINTED GLASS: A CHEMIST LOOKS AT STAINED GLASS, presentation by David McKinnon, 7 p.m., Big Little Science Centre. OFILM: KAMLOOPS FILM SOCIETY PRESENTS THE GREAT BEAUTY, Paramount Theatre, 7 p.m. More info: kamloopsÀlmsociety.ca/the-greatbeauty OFLOWER BEADWORK CIRCLE, Lii Michif Otipemisiwak Family and Community Services hosts Metis beading with elder. Drop in from 3 p.m. to 4:30 p.m., all are welcome. More info: 250-554-9486.
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Take Notice that James Bruce Leighton of Greenstone Quarry has filed with the Chief Inspector of Mines pursuant to Section 10(1) of the Mines Act, R.S.B.C. 1996, c. 293, a proposed mine plan together with a program for the protection and reclamation of the land and water courses related to the proposed Green stone Quarry, located at: 2.3km Greenstone Rd., SEC. 33 TWP: 19RG:W6M Meridian W6, Except Plan KAP84622, EXCN 1/2 OF NE 1/4 Any person affected by or interested in this program has 30 days to make a written representation to the Chief Inspector of Mines, Ministry of Energy and Mines, South Central Region, 2nd Floor, 441 Columbia Street, Kamloops, B.C. V2C 2T3 Yours Truly,
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ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT OMEET AND GREET, Thompson Valley Activity and Social Club will meet for appies at 5 p.m. at Duffy’s Pub, 1797 PaciÀc Way. Ask the hostess if you don’t recognize any familiar faces. OSCIENCE: DR. DAVID MCKINNON, art and science come together in this Big Little Science Centre talk. Science, technology and art behind stained glass, 655 Holt St., 7 p.m. start, free admission. OTHEATRE: A BRIMFUL OF ASHA, Pavilion Theatre, 8 p.m. Tickets at Kamloops Live Box OfÀce, 1025 Lorne St., kamloopslive.com or 250-374-5483.
FRIDAY, APRIL 25 OCOMEDY: LOUIE ANDRESON LIVE, Sagebrush Theatre, 8 p.m. Tickets: 250-374-5483, kamloopslive.ca. OCOMEDY: DINNER AND DRINKS, Coast Hotel and Conference Centre, 8 p.m. Tickets: 250-3745483, kamloopslive.ca. OMUSIC: AN EVENING ON BROADWAY BY THE KAMLOOPS CHORISTERS, Andrews Presbyterian Church, 1136 6tth Av-
enue. Doors open at 7 p.m., concert starts at 7:30 p.m. Admission by donation. OMUSIC: MICK CRETNEY, Folk/rock/blues, Fireside Steakhouse, 405 Victoria St. OMUSIC: BLACKDOG BLUE, Blue Grotto, 319 Victoria St., doors open at 8 p.m., $5 cover. OMUSIC: DAVE COALMINE BAND, Barside Lounge and Grill, 1250 Halston Ave., 7 p.m. to 10 p.m., no cover. OFAMILY: LITERACY NIGHT, Big Little Science Centre, crafts, storytime with Mother Goose, Kamloops ukelele group, Interactive playstation, faceoainting and snacks, Northills Mall, 6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. More info: 250554-3134. SATURDAY, APRIL 26 OHOME SHOW: KAMLOOPS SPRING HOME SHOW, McArthur Island Sport and Event Centre, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. OCOMEDY: DINNER AND DRINKS, Coast Hotel and Conference Centre, 8 p.m. Tickets: 250-3745483, kamloopslive.ca OMUSIC: THE ROCKIES AND THE GAY NINETIES, CJ’s Night Club, doors open 8 p.m., $5 cover.
OMUSIC: PERRY TUCKER ER AND THE GOOD GRAVY BAND, The Inlander Pub, 2020 Falcon Rd., 9 p.m. OMUSIC: MICK CRETNEY, Folk/rock/blues, Fireside Steakhouse, 405 Victoria St. OMUSIC: BLACKDOG BLUE, Blue Grotto, 319 Victoria St., doors open at 8 p.m., $5 cover. OFAMILY: MOMSTOWN COMMUNITY CELEBRATION, free family event, Riverside Park from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. More info: snug. firstname.lastname@example.org. SATURDAY, MAY 3 TO MAY 10 OMUSIC: KAMLOOPS SYMPHONY PRESENTS BEETHOVEN FESTIVAL, More info: kamloopssymphony.com/beethovenfestival. OART: ARTIST TALK WITH MARINA ROY, Roys work and discussion, Kamloops Art Gallery, 465 Victoria St., 12 p.m. OART: FAMILY ART, drop-in art with themes from Unreal exhibit. Kamloops Art Gallery, 465 Victoria St., 1 p.m. to 3 p.m.
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He’s got the blues, Harry Manx to play Sagebrush Blues guitarist Harry Manx will be playing at Sagebrush Theatre on Saturday, April 26. He and his slideguitar will be joined by the ex-guitarist for Norah Jones, Kevin Breit. Manx is known for mixing the blues with Indian culture in an Eastern-Westernmusical style. Tickets are $35 and can be purchased from Kamloops Live Box Office, 1025 Lorne St., 250-3745483 or online at kamloopslive.ca.
Comedy and cosmos
Dinner and Drinks, an adult comedy, will be presented at the Kamloops Convention Centre Theatre, 1250 Rogers Way, on April 25 and April 26 by the Laughing Stock Theatre. Written by
Arts & Entertainment Williams Lake magazine publisher Todd Sullivan, it’s a look at “love, romance and sex in the 21st century,” he said. “The ups and downs, the things that warm our heart and the things that make us tear our hair out.” Tickets are $16 for the show, $36 for dinner and the show and available at Kamloops Live box office, 1025 Lorne St., 250-3745483 or online at kamloopslive.ca.
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Dark entertainment Kamloops Players theatre company will show its most recent production, Arthur Kopit’s Chamber Music, later this month. Set in 1938, the dark comedy visits iconic female characters such as Joan of Arc, Gertrude Stein, Susan B. Anthony and Amelia Earhart and is musically inclined. The play will be featured the next three weekends on Friday, April 25; Saturday, April 26; Friday, May 2; Saturday, May 3; Friday, May 9; and Saturday, May 10. Tickets are $18 and can be purchased
from Kamloops Live Box Office, 1025 Lorne St., 250-3745483 or online at kamloopslive.ca.
The graduating fine-arts students at TRU are holding their annual exhibit beginning this week at the university. The exhibit, entitled Throughout Within, features art from 10 fourth-year students. Their work is the result of a year’s worth of research, experimentation and creation in fulfilment of degree-program requirements. Stop in and view the exhibit from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Mondays to Sundays, except for Good Friday and Easter Monday when it is closed. The exhibit runs until May 2.
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PETER GRAUER October 1941 April 2013
November 1, 1931 ~ April 26, 2013 Esther 1922-2011 Albert 1908-1977 God called your name so gently that only you could hear No one heard the footsteps of the Angel drawing near. Softly from the shadows, there came a gentle call, You closed your eyes and went to sleep You quietly left us all.
You thrived in the open, free spirit of the North...You were born to teach actively and instinctively, through humour and play. You loved each child unconditionally and made every lesson fun. You amazed everyone with your memory for names, even years later, and your cheery “Hi! How’s it going?” brightened everyone’s day .... You fulÀlled your destiny, Kelly. You were one of the few who truly make a diͿerence to the lives of others.
Shine on, sweetheart, Love, Mum, Dad, and Greg
Desert Gardens, 540 Seymour Street, Kamloops
DIAN LYNN MANAHAN
Ryan Skoglund August 14, 1980 ~ September 10, 2010
1942 ~ 2013
In Loving Memory of
Missing you ...
Eileen & Bill
In Memory of our parents, Mom you’ve been missed lovingly for 25 years, Dad for 14.
Mom and Dad we thank you both for teaching us the true meaning of Easter. That God sent his son Jesus, to save us from our sins, by His sacriﬁce on the cross and rising from the dead. “He is Alive!”
Your grateful kids,
Love Marlene and Jake Brenda and Roger
Sharon, Diana, Elaine, Jim and our families!
Always loved and never to be forgotten!
Sadly missed and forever in our hearts. Your smile, hugs, and phone calls. It’s hard to think that I’ll never see or hug you again. But I will pray everyday so you don’t get lonesome, our special phone call.
Missing you Mom, Dad, aunts, uncles and family
I have only a memory, dear husband To keep my whole life through But the sweetness will linger forever As I treasure the image of you. Love Hazel, Dan & Vicki, Jim & Janet, and all your family.
You elevated and inspired us, You stirred our souls and humbled our hearts,
WE MISS YOU Love forever, Family and Friends
B10 ❖ FRIDAY, April 18, 2014
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Coming Events Don’t miss the Celebration of Rural Living Expo & Trade Show April 26-27, 2014 9am-5pm daily NT Agriplex & Fall Fair Facility 4872 Dunn Lake Rd., Barriere Over 100 booths & displays to peruse. Music, concessions, giveaways. A full lineup of feature speakers. Free draws every hour. $5/adult, $3/stud. or senior, children 12 & under Free. Vendor and Expo info at: www.ruralexpobarriere.com 250-319-8023
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Don’t just get a job. Start a rewarding career. If you enjoy helping others and are looking for a career with great growth potential, we want to hear from you. The Dignity Memorial® network of funeral, cremation and cemetery providers is made up of afﬁliates of Service Corporation International, the largest provider of funeral and cemetery services in North America. We currently have career opportunities waiting for motivated sales professionals with integrity, who are service minded, energetic, and ambitious. Experience in the funeral home or cemetery industry is helpful but not necessary. We provide excellent structured training both in the classroom and in the ﬁeld. If you desire the opportunity to help others in their time of need while earning a substantial income, please contact us to arrange for an interview. When you join our team, you’ll have a long-term career opportunity assisting families and individuals with their advance funeral or cemetery arrangements, before they are needed. We represent many of the leading ﬁrms in our area. You too can feel GREAT about what you’re doing, and get paid well while doing it. We have an immediate position available in our Community Service Department. Your responsibilities will include presenting group informational seminars, as well as networking and referrals. This is a commissioned sales position with substantial income earning potential. We offer: • Professional Training • Full Beneﬁts for those that qualify • Management/Advancement Opportunities • Flexible Hours Job Requirements/Qualiﬁcations: Integrity Ability to work well as part of a team Creativity and High energy Experience presenting in front of large groups Good driving record Solid work history Some sales experience is preferred but not required Service Corporation International is the dominant market leader in the funeral industry, with afﬁliates operating more than 2,000 funeral homes and cemeteries in 46 states, eight Canadian provinces, the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico. The Dignity Memorial® brand is a symbol of trust, superior quality standards and attentive care. As an associate you’ll be joining a network of funeral service providers who are dedicated to the core values of integrity, respect, service excellence and enduring relationships. Do you want to make a difference? Are you driven to help others in their time of need? Are you looking for a compassionate and digniﬁed career? If so, don’t just make a move. Let us help you take your career to the next level. Email your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org or fax to 250-374-1061. Equal Opportunity Employer, M/F/D/V.
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Part-time Bookkeeper (Contract)
Stk’emlupsemc te Secwépemc Nation (“SSN”) represents the partnership between Tk’emlups te Secwepémc (Kamloops Indian Band) and Skeetchestn Indian Band. SSN is looking for a parttime bookkeeper to perform general bookkeeping functions including: • Recording ﬁnancial transactions; • Managing accounts payable and receivable; • Reconciling bank accounts; and • Invoicing, deposits, payroll and ﬁnancial statement presentation. A course of study in bookkeeping or related ﬁnancial ﬁeld is preferred, accompanied with good work experience and knowledge of Simply Accounting and MS Excel. A combination of education and experience will be considered. As some travel is involved, a valid driver’s licence and access to a reliable motor vehicle is required. Please submit your résumé to SSN by 2 p.m. PST on April 25, 2014 to the attention of Charlotte at email@example.com or by fax: 250-373-0025 or toll free fax: 1-877-373-0057. SSN thanks all who express interest in this position; however, only those given further consideration will be contacted.
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Van Kam’s Group of Companies requires Highway linehaul Owner Operators based in our Kamloops terminal for runs throughout BC and Alberta. Applicants must have winter and mountain, driving experience/ training. We offer above average rates and an excellent employee beneﬁts package.
To join our team of professional drivers, email a detailed resume, current driver’s abstract & details of your truck to: firstname.lastname@example.org Call 604-968-5488 Fax: 604-587-9889 Only those of interest will be contacted. Van-Kam is committed to Employment Equity and Environmental Responsibility. •
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6450132 Secwepemc Child & Family Services Agency A child protection Agency serving the urban Aboriginal community of Kamloops and seven Secwepemc band(s) in the Interior of British Columbia. We are responsible for a full compliment of child protection services on behalf of the seven member bands. We are seeking fully qualiﬁed and dynamic individuals bringing with them a diversiﬁed background in the various aspects of social development. Caseworker (2) The Case Workers primary responsibilities are in the investigation of children in need of protection services, and to ensure the delivery of Family Support services to the families and children who require them, Guardianship services and the development and maintenance of caregiver homes. We are looking for individuals who have attained Full Delegation under the current Provincial (British Columbia) Child Protection Legislation. • Experience in Delivery of Child Protection services. • Must be able to understand and apply child protection legislation and other related policies
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SALES CONSULTANT Jubilee RV Centre requires a self-motivated individual to join our team. This full time position will commence immediately. This individual must possess great customer service, strong communication skills, a professional attitude, be neat in appearance, have a valid drivers’ license and be a true team player. We provide training and offer room for advancement for the suitable individual. Please forward your resume to: firstname.lastname@example.org , Attn: Terry Adams Or drop by at: 1302B Salish RD (on the Halston Connector)
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Description We are seeking a team player with a professional attitude to work and learn in a fast paced, business environment. Quali¿cations The ideal candidate must be motivated and take the initiative to sell multiple media products, including on-line advertising and special products, work with existing customers and develop new customers. Strong interpersonal skills and a strong knowledge of sales and marketing are required. Above average communication skills, valid driver’s licence and a reliable vehicle are necessary. If a rewarding challenge resonates with you, contact us today. Please submit your resume and cover letter to: Ron Drillen, General Manager Prince George Free Press 1773 South Lyon Street Prince George, B.C., V2N 1T3, Canada Tel: (250) 564-0005 Ext.115 Fax: (250) 562-0025 Email: email@example.com
Family Support Worker (2) The Family Support workers primary responsibilities are in the delivery of Family Support services to the families and children who have been identiﬁed as being at risk in regard to child protection concerns. • Child and youth resource experience • Excellent interviewing and needs assessment skills • Ability to facilitate group programs • Experience in supervised access Qualiﬁcations • Bachelor of Social Work Degree, plus two years related experience. • Knowledge of all areas of child development, traditional Aboriginal family processes, family dysfunction, the origin and effects of child abuse and neglect in the Aboriginal community. Requirements • Knowledge of local First Nations language, customs and culture would be an asset. • Have a valid drivers licence and reliable transportation. • Must successfully pass a Criminal Records Check Qualiﬁed individuals interested should apply in writing with a copy of their resumes and three references to: Zena Quock – Executive Director Secwepemc Child & Family Services Agency 300 Chilcotin Road, Kamloops, BC V2H 1G3 Deadline for Applications: April 23, 2014 at 4:00 p.m. Preference will be given to persons of Aboriginal ancestry as per section 16(1) of the Canadian Human Rights Act.
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We currently have an opening for a sales person to help us with our paid distribution newspapers across B.C. This position means getting out in the community and talking to subscribers about our newspapers and working to build stronger relationships with existing readers of our newspapers. It also includes finding new subscribers for our newspapers and helping introduce them our award winning host of community newspapers. This is not a year-around position and will run from March to October each year. We offer a spectacular compensation package and bonus incentives. Your own vehicle is required, but we cover all travel expenses. This is really a great opportunity for the right person. It is a different type of job, but definitely has different types of rewards. If you feel this position would be the perfect fit for you, then we would love to hear from you. Please email all enquiries to Michelle Bedford at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Kamloops This Week, recently voted the best newspaper in Canada (CCNA) has an immediate opening in our sales department. The successful applicant will perform outbound sales calls to potential customers for a variety of features, pages, and classiﬁed advertising. High call volume expected daily and commitment to reach or exceed monthly sales targets. You will need to be able to use initiative, relate to a variety of customers, be reliable and have the ability to muliti-task. Must have ability to communicate professionally and effectively. Basic computer skills are required. Disciplined work habits and ability to focus are a must! Sales experience is considered a strong asset; however, we will train the right individual. If you are sales and goal oriented, with excellent customer service skills, we want to hear from you. Please submit resume to: Kelly Hall, General Manager 1365 B Dalhousie Drive Kamloops BC V2C 5P6 Email: email@example.com Only those being considered for an interview will be contacted. Kamloops This Week is part of the Aberdeen Publishing Group
B12 â?– FRIDAY, April 18, 2014 Employment Education/Trade Schools
Driver required for ladies must be 19+ looking long term employee call 250-819-0011
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Now HiringExperienced Housekeepers for F/T & P/T positions. Apply with resume to 551 - 11th Ave. Kamloops or E: firstname.lastname@example.org or 250-372-9444. RIVER FLY FISHING GUIDE AVID FLY FISHER, JET AND DRIFT BOATS EXPERIENCE AN ASSET. REMOTE LODGE IN BC. EMAIL RESUME AND REFERENCES TO TSYLOS@TSYLOS.COM
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Need extra $ $ $ Kamloops This Week is currently hiring Substitute Carriers for door-to-door deliveries. Call 250-374-0462 for more information. ROOM ATTENDANT Experienced preferred. Competitive wages. Apply in person (mornings). Fortune Motel, 654 Fortune Drive. â€œVyajanâ€? needs 1 cook F/T posâ€™n who can cook East & North Indian food.No formal education reqâ€™d 2 to 5 yrs experience & Hindi,English language an asset. Wages $15hr.Contact Vyanjan Fine Indian Cuisine Ltd 354 Seymour St Kamloops BC V2C 2G2 email: renu.sapkota@ hotmail.com
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Well-established landscape design and build company looking to hire experienced wall builders, paving stone installers and foreman/supervisor. The right candidates will have experience building Allan Block walls, laying paving stone, levelling and grading, planting and operating machinery. Competitive wage of $18-$22/Hour for general labourers and up to $25/hour for foreman. To apply, please send resume to urbanappeal email@example.com with a brief letter stating why you are the best candidate for one of these positions.
ADVERTISING Consultants: Our company is always looking for great sales representatives to add to our team. Our business requires a highly organized individual with ability to multi-task in a fun, fastpaced team environment. Strong interpersonal skills and a strong knowledge of sales and marketing are required. Excellent communication skills, valid driverâ€™s license and reliable vehicle are necessary. If you have a passion for the advertising business, are creative and thrive on challenges, we want to hear from you. Interested applicants should email their resume and cover letter to:firstname.lastname@example.org We thank all applicants; only those being considered for an interview will be contacted.
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Medical/Dental Full-Time CDA
Our busy Endodontic Specialty ofďŹ ce is looking for a full time CertiďŹ ed Dental Assistant to cover a medical leave beginning immed. We are a modern, digital paperless ofďŹ ce. Our ofďŹ ce is open Mon -Thurs. CDA designation is mandatory. Please apply to: email@example.com or Dr. Alex McLean, 410-301 Victoria St., Kamloops, BC V2C 2A3
Teachers FOR SALE: 30,000 sq. ft. lot with steel building located in down town Merritt. Property currently has a long term tenant at $1,500/per month. ASKING PRICE: $439,000.00 Phone Paul at 250-378-2337
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COMMUNITY SUPPORT WORKERS Full-time, Part-time, Casual
We are currently seeking skilled individuals to work with clients with developmental disabilities. Experience with behavioral challenges would be an asset. Applicants must be committed to service of the highest quality and display a positive and helpful attitude. Shift work is involved. We are an accredited agency and an equal opportunity employer Skill requirements: Education - Grade 12 or equivalent or acceptable education, i.e. related certificate or experience. Class 5 Drivers license First Aid certificate Experience - working with behavioural challenges an asset, however on the job training will be provided. Additional skills - all aspects of care and training for adults with developmental disabilities in residential and community settings.
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Trades, Technical Manufacturing & Repair Shop in Kamloops is looking for a full time Welder/Fabricator to start immediately. Seeking a motivated individual for a position to weld, fabricate, and build structural and miscellaneous steel according to specs and quality standards. The successful candidate will have experience in lay out as per blueprints, welding and cutting, and assemble of parts. Need to have precision and control to prevent damage and assure a quality product. Heavy Duty Mechanical experience is an asset but willing to train. If you think you have the skills required and an attitude to get the job done please send your resume to Mark Baker at markb@hytrack er.com or fax to 250-3722976. Please NO phone calls.
CARPENTER/HANDYMAN. Renovations, additions, roofing, drywall, siding, painting. 250-374-2774. HOME & YARD HANDYMAN If you need it done, Give us a call ! Steve 250-320-7774
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Stucco/Siding Accounting/Tax/ Bookkeeping BOOKKEEPING. Do you need help with your bookkeeping? Call Judy 250-573-4382.
Electrical SUNDANCE ELECTRIC â€œAâ€? Licensed and Bonded Serving Kamloops Small Jobs & Silver Label on older Mobile Homes
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Garden & Lawn Time to book your spring rototilling call Tom for free estimate (250) 376-6093
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WEST END CEDARS. Cedar hedge maintenance, trimming, topping & removal and gutter cleaning too. Lorne 574-5816
4HE "#30#! CARES FOR THOUSANDS OF ORPHANED ABAN DONED AND ABUSED DOGS EACH YEAR )F YOU CAN GIVE A HOMELESS DOG A SECOND CHANCE AT HAPPINESS PLEASE VISIT YOUR LOCAL SHELTER TODAY
Pets & Livestock
Pets Animals sold as â€œpurebred stockâ€? must be registrable in compliance with the Canadian Pedigree Act.
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Merchandise for Sale
Merchandise for Sale
2-garage doors with all acc. $300/each. 4-sliding glass doors 8ft. $200/each. 3765392.
New Shoprider Scooters 889â€™s $250.off, 888â€™s $175.off, & Power Chairs $200.off website prices. www.okmobility.ca Kamloops: 250-377-3705 Kelowna: 250-764-7757 Vernon: 250-542-3745 or call TF 1-888-542-3745
$200 & Under Fridge w/top freezer full size exc cond white $150 to view 778-471-3440 /250-371-0784 Knee walker 4wheels w/brake adjustable knee rest $200 (250) 682-5313
$300 & Under Round oak table w/leaf and 6 chairs $300 (778) 470-3422
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Misc. for Sale AB Doer Twist exercise machine $100.00 250-376-2827 Adjustable bed 37â€™ x 76â€™ with 2 adjustable & 2 massage motors $425 250 -579-9521 Exercise Bike. $80. Vibration Toner Machine. $1100. CPAP Machine. $1200. 250-3777540. HOT TUB (SPA) COVERS. Best price. Best quality. All shapes & colours available. 1-866-652-6837 www.thecoverguy.com/ newspaper? Mink Coat, sable colour like new. Size 12-14. $700. 250372-7826. MISC4Sale: Camperette $300, Oak Table Chairs-$400, 2-Standard 8ft truck canopies $300/ea Call 250-320-5194 after 6pm or leave msg.
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Fruit trees for planting, any kind. $5-$25. Seed potatoes, grapes. Call 250-376-3480.
Free Items FREE love seat good condition you pick up (250) 5798323
Loveseat and chair, $750. 250-376-5392.
ROLL ENDS AVAILABLE $10 / ROLL 1365 B Dalhousie Drive Kamloops BC call for availability 250-374-7467
Solid oak table $97, China Cabinet $119 Kitchen cabinet set $395 (250) 299-6477
For Sale By Owner
Collectors Currently Buying: Coin Collections, Antiques, Native Art, Old Silver, Paintings, Jewellery etc. We Deal with Estates 778-281-0030 PURCHASING old Canadian & American coin collections & accumulations. 250-548-3670 Wanted locking canopy for 97 Ford Ranger Step-side. Good condition. 250-554-9544.
BY OWNER $55.00 Special! Call or email for more info:
Real Estate Apt/Condos for Sale Reduced Hassle Free ownership 55+ Senior Complex North Shore 1 bed 5 appl. a/c, new paint, in suite laundry and step in shower $159,500 (250) 376-3324 The Willows - 55+bldg updated 1bdrm, a/c, in suite w/d, 7appl, same ďŹ‚r stor. Close to all amenities $154,900 (250) 376-3324
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WASHING machine Hot Point,com $375 250-374-1252
Dairy Distribution Business for products of a national leading dairy supplier in Kamloops and surrounding area. Excellent revenue opportunity. Requires investment and good physical condition. For info 828-7855 Pizza and Pasta Restaurant for sale 44 seats fully licensed PH Gus (250) 319-4162
Rentals Apt/Condo for Rent Remax - Hamer Be a part of your community paper. Comment online. Jackson www. kamloopsthisweek .com
Houses For Sale
2006 Chapparell Manufactured Home 55+ park. Free hold. $80 strata pool, club house, & hot tub. Immaculate 2bdrm, 2 full bth. Lrg beautiful shed. Zero Scape Yard $225,000obo in Osoyoos (250) 495-6693 54ft dbl wide 2bdrm 2bth +den appl incl. A/C 2 1/2yr old + deck material $85,900 (250) 318-0223 Sale or trade 2009 3 bdrm,2 bath, 16x68. full drywall.Senior Park. $148,000. 250-819-1051
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CHASE Sat, April 19, 8-3pm 220 Lakeshore Drive Books, Clothes, Coolers, Printers, Small Appliances, Dishes, Filing Cabinet, Desk, Treadmill, Ride-On Lawnmower ($400), other misc items from 2 households - NO EARLY BIRDS PLEASE! DOWNTOWN 1031 Fraser St, Sat April 19, 9am-2:00pm. Furn, tools, Hshld, record LPâ€™s lots more! NORTH SHORE Multi Family 930 Pembrooke Ave, Sat and Sun 9-2pm Misc household, tools ďŹ shing +more NORTH SHORE Sat 8-2pm 209 Tamarack Ave. Sports equip, Jewelry, Furn. 250-819-5149 RIVERSHORE Fri&Sat. April 18/19th. 9:00am-300pm. 3259 Shuswap Rd. Something for Everyone. SAHALI Sat April 19th 9-1pm 432 Azure Pl. (Sedona Pines) Light ďŹ xtures dining and bdrm furniture kitchen items books etc WESTMOUNT Saturday, April 19th. 8:30am-2:00pm. 1660 Westmount Drive. Multi-Family. WESTSYDE Westsyde Community Yard Sale. Everyone in Westsyde is urged to set up a yard sale. Flea Market and BBQ at former Westsyde Elementary School. Saturday, April 26th. 8:00am-2:00pm. Flea Market set up 7:00am. 250-579-2383.
Fishing, hiking, hunting, quadding, snowmobiling or just relaxation. Great access within 3 hours of the lower mainland, 40 km from Princeton and steps to Osprey Lake. 2 years new this 3 bedroom, 2 bath open concept chalet has it all & more. Includes a guest cabin with a bedroom, living/sitting area, kitchen & bathroom. New detached garage for storing the toys. Call Adrienne (Royal Lepage Parkside Realty) at 250-809-6322 for a private viewing.
FOR SALE OR TRADE for residential property in Kamloops. This very bright, fully furnished, three bedroom/two bath corner unit townhouse in Big White offers your very own hot tub on the patio, carport, high end furniture/appliance pkge, stacking washer/dryer and rock-faced ďŹ replace. Short stroll to Gondola, skating rink, tube park, Day Lodge. Ideal for family or as a revenue generator throughout the ski season. Strata fees only $155.00 per month. Call Don at 250-682-3984 for more information. Asking $189,000.00
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2bdrm and 1bdrm apt updated and spacious $750/$850 a month + util avail now n/p, a/c laundry free parking close to bus route and shopping (250) 377-8304 2bdrm apartment Down Town Covered prk Private ent common laundry, n/p n/s $850 376-8131 /250-371-1623 2Bdrms +den. 1-bath. Sahali. $1200/mo. Lndry, A/C, N/S, N/P. May 1st. 250-319-1967. 2 bedroom condo in Sahali for rent, utilities included $1400 (250) 256-9015
343 Nicola Street 1bdrm and bachelor suites starting @$645 per month includes utilities adult building no pets no smoking 1 year lease
Bright 1&2bdrm apts. Fully contained. Lrg F/S, DW, balcony. 318-9782/376-3880. CARMEL PLACE 55+ Quality Living in new medical building. Studio suites with affordable rates, FOB entry, elevator, scooter stations and Telus Optik Package! Call Columbia Property Management to book your appointment: 250-851-9310 NICOLA PLACE APARTMENTS 1bdrm & 2bdrm Units Avail April 1st and May 1st Clean Bright Secure Building On Site Manager Newly upgraded A/C Hot Water incl.
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Centrally Located Clean Secure building with resident manager. 1&2 Bdrm $800-$900 Some with views.
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North Kamloops, large 1bdrm. Incl. W/D, F/S, Heat/hotwater. Quiet secure building. Avail Immed. $900. 250-319-3691. NORTH Kamloops large, 2bdrms. Newly renovated, W/D, FP. Quiet secure, older tenants. $925. Avail Immed. 250-319-3691.
SAHALI Sahali upscale 1190sq. ft. top ďŹ‚oor 2 bdrm. 2 bth 1 yr old apt. w/ u/g parking and walking distance to all amenities. $1900 inc/hotwater. Looking for mature quiet tenant. Pls call Cliff at 250.319.2838. Avail immediately
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1bdrm $850 to $920, Studio Suite at $690. Beautiful bright suites with hardwood ďŹ‚oors in quite building. Close to hospital, shopping and on bus route. Laundry facilities. Rent includes: h/w, heat, and cable. Six-month lease and references required. NO PETS. Call 250-372-7185 1bdrm + den condo 1full bth, 6appl,n/s n/p, u/g prk, all util incl. lrg deck Avail May 1st $1300 (250) 377-7444
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Cars - Domestic
Duplex / 4 Plex
Rooms for Rent
Sahali 1/2 duplex 4bdrm 21/2bath 5 appl N/S N/P $1400+dd 250-319-2164
Room in reno’d home near TRU util internet & lndry incld $500 avail now 250-571-7116
2bdrms N/Shore. A/C, 5-SS appl. Newly reno’d, util incl. $1,200. 250-554-4292.
Homes for Rent
Room men only. Avail Immed, furn,w/d.s/f,tv,sitting rm util incl near Safeway $400 554-1244
Brock close to schools 2Bdrm n/s/p $950mo avail May 1st, 250-682-3199, 250-376-7869
Cumfy 1bdrm. Close to University, Hospital. Perfect for student or quiet person. Excellent Location. ns/np Call now (250) 299-6477
2bdrm Down town fenced yrd 5 appl. N/P, N/S $1200 Avail May 1st (250) 319-4062 2 Bdrm n/p/s RV parking, newly reno’d $1000mo+ dd unﬁn basement 250-828-0740 3bdrm lrg liv r., front yard, North Shore w/d, parking, n/s $1350 shared util 250-5731281 credit/wrk ref. Bill/Excell 3 Bdrm Northshore top ﬂr, new reno’d, $1200mo incl util avail immd 250-320-0088 ApprovedFurnishedExec/Crew 5bdr 2ba W.End HOME n/s/p 2800.up 250-377-0377 lv msg Downtown 2bdrm new paint and ﬁxtures porch/basement/pantry/storage 5appl n/s, sm pet neg, alarm $1350 250- 372-9284 Frank N.SHORE 5bdrm home, storage, garage, laundry. NS/NP $1500+Util call 250-320-9205 Small 1bdrm 800sq ft house must have 4whdr or all whl drv mature sing person, no dogs horse welcome 15miles north east of Kamloops $500 ref req Avail now (250) 573-3921
12kms from Savona - Females only Shared MobileHome.Smokers ok $450 /mo. inclds utils 250-373-0047 IN private home, pleasant surroundings fully furnished working male pref. near amenities behind sahali mall 10 min walk to TRU 374-0949 or 372-3339 Male seeking roommate Westsyde Furn. Close to bus $550/mo util incl. 250-5798193 Cell 250-572-1048 Near TRU Rooms $325 per month util included. (250) 3771020 North Shore $400 per/mo incl util & basic cable, np/ns 250-554-6877 / 250-377-1020 SENIOR Male wants Female companion to share mobile. Handicap acc. $420. 250-5543999.
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Room and board for seniors Schubert Drive $1300per month (250) 376-3801
1BDRM South Shore remodeled priv prking W/D N/S N/P $950 Avail now 579-2066
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Trucks & Vans 2001 Silverado HD. 126,000kms. 2003 29’ RK 2-slides. Exc. Cond. $29,999 pkg. 250-851-8546.
VINTAGE 1973 LINCOLN CONTINENTAL
2door coupe. New paint (midnight blue). Mint Condition stored in heated garage $3000obo call Fred 250-372-9561
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Downtown 2bdrm laundry,fenced yard,n/s/p $950+ util avail Apr 1 250-320-9205
Large 1bdrm ground level suite, Westsyde. No stairs, patio, garden, pool. Suitable for single 40+ female. N/S. May 15th. $950. 250-3209567. North Shore large 2bdrms. Private ent. S/S appl. Near bus. $875 +util. Ideal for mature couple. N/S, N/P. 250376-3854.
(“Hamburger Disease”) Cook all ground beef until there is No Pink AND the juices run clear!
N.SHORE ab/grnd 1bdrm incl f/s/w/d, util, ns/np. For mature quiet person! $850 376-0856
1984 Yamaha Virago motorcycle.Excel/cond $3500obo 250320-5194(after6pm orlvmsg)
Rayleigh 1Bdrm grnd level on ranch, F/S share lndy, N/S No dogs $700 util incl 578-0050
1993 24 FOOT CLASS C TRAVELAIRE MOTORHOME Wonderful motorhome with room for the entire family! Only 162,200 kms, Ford chassis 460, with cab forward air-conditioning. Great condition. Everything working, non-smoking. Sleeps 6. Ceiling mounted airconditioner, water heater, bathroombathtub/shower/toilet, outdoor shower; sink with medicine cabinet, vented heating ducts, rotatable cocktail chair, skylights, TV, three-way fridge and freezer with a new electronic controller, microwave, oven, awning, a brand new propane tap was installed recently on the tank, wheel-covers, new battery. Tons of storage for all your camping equipment. This motorhome drives very well and has lots of extra power for towing all your toys.
2004 F350 4X4 Lariat. Diesel, engine upgraded, low kms. Exc cond. $16,900 250-571-0494. 2006 4x4 Ford F150 109,000km 4.6L includes Canopy $14900 376-6538 93 GMC Sierra ext cab short box 225kms runs great, no rust, $2150obo 250-572-1132 NEW LEER Truck Canopy. White. $500, Call: 1(250) 5232350
Riverfront 1bdrm daylight level entry, ample prking, util incl $600 579-9609.
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Sahali 1bdrm, 4appl, deck, sep. ent. $800 gas/hydro inc. 250-371-7014/250-828-1913. 1996 RF 900 Suzuki 32,000mile, green metallic, mist shape new chain & sprocket, asking $3800obo adult ridden only(250) 8520994
Suites, Upper Downtown large 3bdrm 1.5 bath, enclosed deck, fenced yard, w/d, n/p, close to all amen $1100+util Avail-Apr 1 (250) 320-9205
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‘05, 38’ RV trailer 2 slides, sleeps 6 winter pkg, fully loaded, $26,900. 250-376-1655
Townhouses Level entry town house 2400sq ft 3bdrm 3bth dbl gar, 5appl n/s, n/p Aberdeen $1700 (250) 253-5600
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Antiques / Classics 1963 Mercury Monterey 2dr hard top V8 auto pwr steer brake exc cond $6500obo (250) 579-8816 1967 Ford Falcon Futura St.6 Auto 2dr all original runs good, $6000 obo (250) 376-5722
09Mallard Sport 24bh slp7 exc cond a/c, awning, oven, m/w + extras $13,850 250-571-7024
Cars - Domestic 02 Sebring LXi 2.7lt all options, winter/sum mountd 170k serv records $3400 851-9787 05 VW Passat 4wdr auto grey w/blk leather sun roof a/c 2 sets of tires and rims 113,000km $7900 319-0227 1984 Olds Cutlass. Good shape, air, sunroof. Very clean. Should be seen. $15,999/obo. 250-374-6477. 1997 Chrysler Intrepid. 3.5V-6. Alarm, heater, A/C, winter tires/rims. Good body. Exc. runner. $2,100. 778-470-2875. 2013 VW Jetta TDI. New. 600kms. $26,000. 250-4633278. 97 Camaro Z28 350 6spd 115,000km black loaded $12,000obo (250) 319-7058
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Sport Utility Vehicle 2002 Ford Explorer XLT. 182kms. Good condition. $5,000/obo. 250-463-3278. Jeep YJ 4x4 1987 restored, 6cyl 5sp, lifted, 33”tires on Eagle Rims, 10,000 lb Winch, over $12,000 invested asking $9500 (250) 828-0931
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Complete Trailer with EZ load, boat, all gear new 4hp merc motor, $10,500 (250) 374-0507
2004 Lexington motor home well equipped new tires like new only 36000 miles call $35,000 obo 250 573 2332
1984 Chevy Short Box. $3500 obo (250) 320-5194 after 6pm or leave msg. Must See! 1986 GMC 4x4 1/2 ton v8 auto $3000 phone between 5pm & 8:30pm ONLY 250-377-8702 1996 GMC Suburban good shape runs great $3800obo Call (250) 571-2107 2004 Dodge Caravan. 140k 3.3L, trans r’blt @ 75k. 1-owner, $4800 obo 250-376-7255
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2007 Sea Doo Speed Boat, 4 Seater.$15,000obo Call 250320-5194 (after 6pm)or lv msg
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FRIDAY, April 18, 2014 ❖ B15
Memories & Milestones ROBERT (BOB) & KAREN CURRIE
Ken and Charlotte Wagner, parents of
Congratulations on your 50TH Wedding Anniversary
are pleased to announce his engagement to
April 17 1964
Married in Williams Lake BC
Happy 10TH Birthday! hday! April 18 Our little Áower is at full ll bloom. bloom
May all your dreams come true!
daughter of Silvia Wilson and the late Frederick Makeiff.
sssss From everyone who loves you (too many to name)
Happy 6TH Birthday DARIAN! April 23 TO OUR LITTLE GAMER Let the games begin! Enjoy your special day! With all our love, Kim, Toni (deceased) & Cindy, Kim’s husband Tony and grandson Johnathan
Wedding to take place August 9, 2014 in Kamloops.
Ray & Pamela van der Woning are pleased to introduce you to our granddaughter
HAYDEN FAITH GRAHAM
Love, Mom, Dad, Nana, Papa & Auntie Sondra Proud grandparents Allan & Kathy Ackles are thrilled to introduce
CEDAR KATHERINE ACKLES Born February 5, 2014 in Kamloops
Born in Red Deer, Alberta March 31, 2014 at 8:18 am weighing 8 lb. 3 oz. and 19.5 inches long.
Excited parents Kyle & Nikki Ackles and big brother Lynden are over the moon in love with her.
Proud mother Kyla Lancaster and father Justin Graham welcomed their baby girl with love and joy.
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