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Olympian Clara Hughes rode into Crowsnest Pass on her 76th day of Clara’s Big Ride on May 28. About 400 people came out to hear her message of hope in the fight to end the stigma surrounding mental illness and six local recipients were recognized as Community Champions for Mental Health. Prior to Clara’s keynote address, a fundraising event was held upstairs in the Curling Club lounge raising funds for Darcy’s Nature Walk and the Ricky Ryp Foundation. See story and more photos on pages 8 and 9. Photo by J. Salus

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On May 27, members of the Hillcrest Mine Disaster Memorial Committee and author of The Devil’s Breath, Steve Hanon teamed up to spell out the number 189 at three schools in Crowsnest Pass. Hanon’s aerial drone with camera were used to get up high for shots of the students linking hands and acknowledging, in their own way, Hillcrest’s dramatic loss pf 189 people. Photo by Steve Hanon

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Alberta’s minimum wage increased Press Release

Earnings (AWE) and the Consumer Price Index (CPI) in Alberta. In the past year, AWE rose 3.3 per cent in Alberta, while the CPI rose 1.4 per cent. The average of 2.3 per cent (plus rounding for easier employer calculations) translates into an increase of 25 cents per hour to the general minimum wage rate.

“While Alberta has the lowest percentage of employees earning Alberta’s general minimum minimum wage in the country, wage will increase to $10.20 these individuals form an imporfrom $9.95 per hour. The liquor tant part of our workforce,” said server minimum wage will rise to Kyle Fawcett, Minister of Jobs, $9.20 from $9.05 per hour. Skills, Training and Labour. The increase is based on a for“Many work in the service and mula used since 2011 that links retail sectors and are gaining the the general wage rate to annual experience they need to succeed. increases in Average Weekly These changes will give them a modest increase while keeping the viability of their employers in mind as well.” Minimum wage facts * Approximately 25,700 individuals, or 1.5 per cent of employees in Alberta, earn minimum wage, compared to 6.8 per cent nationally and 9.1 per cent in Ontario. * When Alberta’s high personal exemption and low tax rates are factored in, the new general minimum wage ranks second highest in Canada, after Ontario. The Service Plus Program is a new initiative designed to allow residents to bring * Government policy large items for disposal to locations throughout the community. This program specifies a $1 differenis a cost-effective solution that will allow residents to conduct “Spring Clean tial between the general Ups” without incurring the costs and travel needed to take items to the landfill. minimum wage and the There will be a bin for metal and a bin for regular waste at the sites listed below. liquor server rate to acPlease bring electronics and paint to the Recycling Roundup at the Crowsnest count for the tips genSports Complex in Coleman on Saturday, June 21, 2014 from 9:00 – 2:00 pm. erally earned by liquor servers. • Blairmore- Blairmore Shop (12525 21 Avenue) Employers and emJune 12-14, 2014 9 am- 4 pm ployees with questions • Hillcrest- Hillcrest Shop (22201 9 Avenue) about minimum wages June 16-18, 2014 9 am – 4 pm can contact the Employment Standards • Coleman- Sports Complex (8702 22 Avenue) Contact Centre at 780June 19-21, 2014 9 am – 4 pm 427-3731, or toll-free at 1-877-427-3731 or visit For more information please contact the www.work.alberta.ca/ Operations Department at (403) 563-2220. es.

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Riversdale remains optimistic By Joni MacFarlane Editor

About 25 people turned out for an update about proposed coal mining operations on Grassy Mountain about six kilometres north of Blairmore. Although coal prices remain low, senior executives said Riversdale Resources remains focused on the Crowsnest Pass project and expects production to begin in about four more years. Over the past winter, the company began a drilling program to determine coal quality, said Operations Manager Peter Murray, and samples have been sent for analysis. Geotechnical drilling will start in August, said Murray, to see what the surface formation strengths are, as well as more quality sampling to “join the whole sequence together”. Murray also said Riversdale has erected signs on the Grassy Mountain access road to keep the public aware of its operations and ensure public safety. Over the next three or four years, he said, access will become restricted and eventually the road will be closed to the public. Community Liaison Keith Bott told the audience Riversdale has been communicating with neighbouring communities and has established a community advisory committee to look at conservation, recreation and the historical context. “The role behind the committee is to sit down and discuss some of the issues that may arise as a result of the mine coming into the community,” said Bott. Managing Director Steve Mallyon said the Crowsnest Pass project will produce a hard coking coal destined for steel producing markets in Asia, Brazil and possibly, North America. “In doing so, we can attract long-term contracts and premium pricing, which helps the stability of the project going forward,” said Mallyon. “The objective of all this work is to try and reverse history somewhat... The worse thing we can do is start a project out with low coal prices that it closes down very quickly as has been the case with many small mines on the periphery of Grassy Mountain, Bellevue, Frank, etc.” Currently, there is not a lot of competition for contracting and lab services, said Mallyon, and Riversdale is moving quickly to take advantage of that. Mallyon said they have also joined the Canadian Coal Association and provided input to the South Saskatchewan Regional Land Use Plan, even though it does not impact the

Grassy Mountain project directly. One of the key issues is water and the huge demand of water in the MD of Ranchland area. Options Riversdale is looking at are using municipal waste water and utilizing water from old mine cavities that have filled with water over the years, said Mallyon. “The two-fold approach is to look at the ability to utilize

Operations Manager Peter Murray provides an update on Riversdale’s drilling status at an open house on May 29. Photo by J. MacFarlane

that water if possible, if the regulator will allow it, but also to make a positive impact on runoff into the Crowsnest River,” he said. Riversdale is considering nine options for rail transportation and hopes to reduce them to about three by September. Ideally, said Mallyon, they would bring rail directly to the site, to ensure safety and provide the highest efficiency. Rail options will be presented to the public for input, said

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Mallyon, once cost-benefit analyses are completed. Millenium EMS Solutions Ltd. are doing the feasibility study, which will be finished in the third quarter of 2015 and an Environmental Impact Assessment will be completed by mid-2015, Mallyon said. A construction period of about 18 months is expected to start in 2017 and production would get underway towards the end of 2018. A 25-year lifespan is a reasonable length, but the engineering and feasibility studies will determine this further, he added. The company expects to produce about two million tonnes annually with potential for up to four million, he added, In terms of the financial picture, Anthony Martin, Chief Financial Officer, said Riversdale is well funded with supportive shareholders. Although prices remain low, the world’s largest mines are producing record numbers, “so it really shows that those people with the best quality assets are still producing a significant amount of coal”. When pushed for a break-even price, Martin said it would be somewhere around $100/tonne. Mallyon also said because Riversdale is somewhere in the middle of the pack in terms of size, they are not as vulnerable to price fluctuations and would be able to get long-term stable contracts for their coal. Also of interest, said Martin, is that China has increased coal imports from Canada from seven per cent to 15 per cent over the last year. “From our point of view, we do see this market not necessarily improving significantly in the short term, but in the medium term we do see it coming back… the reality is that there are a lot of marginal projects that may not still be around at that time,” he said. “We’re quite confident and comfortable in the position we’re in given the general market at the moment.” New hire David Leslie, Vice President Technical Services, introduced himself and said he’ll be running the feasibility study and ensuring the regulatory applications are submitted on time to move the project forward. Mallyon said the company’s business plan is to employ contract services and have as few people as possible at the mine site. For example, this would include equipment suppliers and maintenance services. Traditionally, he said, mining operations employ five to seven people in support services.


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Crowsnest Pass bands together to end stigma of mental health

Oh what a night. Beginning with the silence of shocking statistics showing the devastation of mental illness, and moving to the heartbreak of personal stories, last week saw residents come together in a way seldom seen. The event was Clara’s Big Ride and as inspiring and moving as Clara Hughes was, the evening wasn’t about her. And the story wasn’t only hers. It was about all of us and all our stories. The message brought to those of us in attendance – told so humbly and with such grace – was that we all suffer from the havoc that mental illness wreaks upon society, and that together we can break the cycle of fear and isolation felt by those afraid of being “found out”. Those who suffer in silence need to know that there is help available, that there are hands outstretched ready to catch them, and that healthy emotional wellness and a life beyond pain can be yours. It was an incredibly moving and heartwarming experience to feel the connection with hundreds of people in our small community who believe in a caring, compassionate approach to a subject that has for too long been kept in the dark. As witnessed by the courage and celebration of those who work to help others, we’ve opened the door and let a crack of light into this world. Let’s make journeys like Clara’s Big Ride, a thing of the past and no longer necessary. Let’s keep the conversation going. Let’s share our stories and help end the stigma around mental illness. JLM The Crowsnest Pass Free Press welcomes letters to the editor that are of interest to our community. Whatever the subject, there are a few basic guidelines to follow before Crowsnest Pass Free Press will publish your comment. • Letters must be received by 4 p.m. Thursday for the following week’s paper. • One letter per person per month. • Letters should be typed or neatly written and present the issues as clearly as possible in 350 words or less. • All letters must contain the name, address and signature of the writer, and a phone number where they may be reached during business hours. • Anonymous letters will not be published and pen names may not be used, except in exceptional circumstances at the discretion of the editor. • The editor reserves the right to edit for length, clarity or reject letters over matters of libel, legality, taste or style. Letters published do not necessarily reflect the editorial policy or belief of this newspaper.

The United Riders of Crowsnest kicked off their season with their annual movie night fundraiser held at the Orpheum Theater in Blairmore. Vice President of the club, John Redekopp (pictured), says that UROC has many exciting things planned for the summer, including skills clinics as well as en enduro race in July. Photo by E. Fairhurst

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Municipal council briefs By Joni MacFarlane Editor

Family, friends, staff and individuals celebrated the 50th anniversary of Crowsnest Community Support Society and Mountainview Industries on May 28. Photo by J. MacFarlane

People have been using the area off Grassy Mountain Road in Blairmore as a dumping ground for garbage, construction material and tree debris. Photo submitted

Snow clearing While residents are pleased to see the last of winter, municipal council wants to review the snow clearing and ice control policy while it’s fresh on their minds. Issues discussed include clearing municipal sidewalks, clearing back alleys in locations where it’s the main access, ensuring snowplows aren’t impeded by parked vehicles, and shortening the timeframe for clearing main routes. Pass Piranhas Council approved a request to waive swimming pool fees of $577 for the Pass Piranha’s Swim Meet. The request was approved under a new Community Funding & Support Policy implemented to standardize and streamline support requests received by the municipality from community organizations. Since there was no specific dollar amount requested by the Swim Club and it was unknown how much the group expected to fundraise, Council believed waiving the rental fee was appropriate. A pot of $20,000 was allocated during the budget process and funding requests are allocated on a first come-first serve basis. Request to own land A request to pur-

chase land owned by the municipality was approved for 3,600 square feet at a rate of $4 per square foot. The applicant owns the west half of two lots in Hillcrest and wanted to buy the municipal piece so they can build a garage.

counts will revert to the property owner, not the tenant. A contract deposit of $160 will be charged. FCSS Bylaw An amendment to the bylaw that oversees the operation of the local Family & Community Support Services was ap-

Sinister 7 Road closures and a waiver for the Off-Highway Vehicle Bylaw were approved for Sinister 7 Ultra Relay scheduled for July 4 through July 6. Utility rate bylaw Final reading passed on the utility rate bylaw for municipal services. On July 1, utility bills will go up for wastewater, water and solid waste. The total residential average rate increase is 4.67 per cent over a two year period. It is comprised of 8.4 per cent to wastewater, 4.5 per cent for water and 1.5 per cent for solid waste. There are no increases to recycling costs. The average monthly increase is $3.02 per month or $36.24 per year. As part of the bylaw, effective July 1, the municipality will not enter into any new utility accounts with nonproperty owners. Effective July 1, 2015, all nonowner utility ac-

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In celebration of EMS Week, members of the South Zone EMS provided the public with information and cake at the Crowsnest Health Centre on May 27. Responsibility for EMS was transitioned from municipalities and organizations to Alberta Health Services in April 2009. Their mandate is to provide safe, high quality, patient-focused care that is accessible and sustainable. EMS is a key part of the health care system and an important component of the public safety net. Services include ground ambulance, air ambulance, inter-facility transfers and EMS dispatch. Alberta has about 550 ambulances with 4,000 EMS practitioners to provide emergency care. The STARS helicopters fly 1,000 missions every year and 8,500 patients are transferred by fixed-wing planes. There are 152 ambulance stations across the province and EMS dispatch receives 1,100 calls every day. About 280,000 911 calls are received annually.

Crowsnest Pass EMS staff celebrated EMS Week at the Crowsnest Health Centre on May 27. Left to right: Rick Yanco Operations Supervisor, EMS South Zone, Troy Linderman, Manager of Operations, Meagan Muff, Dalainee Duff and Jesse Emerson. Photo by J. MacFarlane

Community Calendar Upcoming __________ June 1: Elkford Triathlon 8:30 am start. This event is a Sprint Distance Triathlon, 750m Swim, 20K Bike, 5K Run with 2 levels - Regular SprintPool Swim, Relatively Flat Bike Course, Run and Extreme Sprint-Pool Swim, Hilly Bike (up mine road), Run Senior’s Week – June 2-8 June 2 - FCSS Seniors Luncheon, Coleman Senior Hall 11 am-2 pm, Free. Call Kim at (403)562-8833 to confirm attendance. June 3 – Seniors Tea at the Isabelle Sellon School 1:30 pm, Free. Call Amber (403)562-8815 to confirm attendance. June 4: - Whist Tournament Bellecrest Senior Centre 1:30 pm. Lunch will be served after the tournament. Call Marge Houda to register. (403)564-4920. June 5: Seniors Conference “Life is for Living” – guest speaker Gordon Colledge. MDM Gymnasium 10-11:30 am. Transportation is available. Call Toni to register. (403)562-2853. June 6: Free BBQ, Entertainment & Jackpot Bingo at York Creek Lodge,

11:00 am. Call (403)5622102 extension 4 to register. June 7: - Old Time Country Jam at the Hillcrest Miners Club, 3-6 pm. Enjoy dancing or listening to old time music. June 7: Ed Gregor Stewardship Day. It’s that time of year again, the Crowsnest Forest Stewardship Society is sponsoring the 20th Annual Ed Gregor Stewardship day which starts with a sponsored Breakfast, 7:30-8:30 am at the Forestry Office in Blairmore, some speeches, and then off to a project of your choice. June 13-15: Coal Miner Days in Sparwood consists of a variety of events and activities for the entire family. This is a great way to get to know the community so be sure to mark the dates on your calendar and join us for the fun and activity filled events of Coal Miner Days! June 14: The 7th annual “Darcy’s Nature Walk for Mental Wellness” is all ready to go on Saturday, June 14, 2014 at Fireman’s Park in Bellevue. Join us in the beautiful Crowsnest Pass as we raise money and aware-

ness for mental wellness and the benefits of physical activity in memory of Darcy and Kelly Rinaldi. The 2014 edition will feature fun for the whole family! There will be a 5km trail walk (weather dependant), or a 5km sidewalk walk (goes rain or shine). There will be door prizes, hotdogs & snacks! EVERYONE IS WELCOME to be part of the event! June 15: Sparwood Classic 5K/8K Fun Run at 10 am at Leisure Centre Soccer Field. For registration info www.coalminerdays.ca. June 19-21: Hillcrest Mine Disaster 100th Anniversary. Our commemoration will begin with a meet and greet at the Crowsnest Museum and will carry on throughout the weekend. June 20-21: Bellecrest Days at Hillcrest Coal and Coke Park. This family-focused weekend is a great opportunity to explore the heritage of the entire Crowsnest Pass. Community events are free, and all of the major heritage attractions are open. June 20: Health Foundation Tournament at the Crowsnest Pass Golf

Club June 21: Relay for Life at the Sparwood Leisure Centre 10 am-10 pm. For more info, call Jennifer Smith (250)426-8916 or elkvalleyrelay@bc.cancer.ca June 27-28: Wildcat Days in Elkford. Come join us for the Parade, Craft & Trade Show, garage sale, climbing wall, soap box derby, pancake breakfast, live stage entertainment, family fun zone and much more! July 1: Canada Day Celebrations in Coleman July 1: Canada Day Celebrations at the Elkford Aquatic Centre 11 am-3 pm. Fun for the entire family. Face painting, caricature artist, free family BBQ, cake cutting and free public swim from 1-3 pm July 5-6: Sinister Seven Bike Ride starting at the Crowsnest Sports Complex at 7 am. A 100mile race that may be the greatest challenge of your life. Registration is now open. www.sinister7.com/ July 10: Seniors Open at the Crowsnest Golf Club in Blairmore.

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New Authority to replace sports & recreation committee By Joni MacFarlane Editor

In order to increase authorities and responsibilities, Council approved creation of a new Park & Recreation Authority that will eventually replace the existing Sport & Recreation Advisory Committee. Doing so, said the Director of Community Services Lyle Hannan, will give them the same level of authority as the Municipal Ski Hill Authority and the Family & Community Support Services Board. A recent collaborative review of municipal boards and committees was held with council and administration to understand the way the municipality was using boards and committees. During the review, Hannan said council was very clear that they value the role of committees and that they want volunteers’ experience to be valuable. “So how do we make change that the volunteers will like but will also make the system more efficient,” Hannan said. “We met and talked about a number of issues with the existing structure, the way we’re using committees and boards basically. Some of the issues were things like making sure boards had clear mandates, that they knew what they were supposed to be doing, and that the community understood what the boards’ roles were.” Hannan said part of the discussion also centered around the fact that some committees, societies and boards had decision making authority making it easier to attract volunteers. “It’s a more fulfilling volunteer role than just reviewing issues and making a recommendation to council all the time, which is what the Sport & Rec was [doing],” he added. Changing to a Parks & Recreation Authority will fill several purposes. First, it clearly identifies the mandate to both the community and the committee. Year-round, general usage facilities such as the M.D. McEachern Community Centre, Elks Hall, Albert Stella Memorial Arena, Crowsnest Sports Complex, parks, trails, playgrounds, sports fields and programming will fall under the responsibility of the new Parks & Rec Authority, said Hannan.

Second, as with any of these groups, operating and capital budgets are developed in conjunction with administration, which will then be presented for approval to council. “They don’t have the authority just to set the budget, they have the authority to request a budget,” said Hannan. “But in terms of passing policies that affect how we run those facilities, such as rental policies, pricing, that would be approved at the Authority or Board level.” Currently, the Ski Hill Authority and FCSS set their own fees and prices, and Hannan said he envisions the new Authority will operate the same way. Part of their mandate will also be to increase utilization by looking at hours of operations, rental agreements, future plans and anything that impacts the use of those facilities, said Hannan. Anything with a financial impact will be included in the Board’s budget proposal and council representatives who sit on these boards, will provide input into financial decisions, he added. Within the Community Services Department, Hannan said, they’ve now reviewed several committees including the Swimming Pool Society which they are reformatting, the Ski Hill, FCSS, and the new Parks & Rec Authority. Remaining is the Culture & Heritage Advisory Committee who will meet with council and administration in the near future to discuss their role and future, if any. “We don’t want to have a committee just for the sake of having a committee, so if there’s a purpose, great,” said Hannan. “We as a department don’t have a mandate to deliver facilities and services [in the culture and heritage area] because the

community is doing it... we have no cultural facilities that the municipality directly manages... The difference is that with parks and rec, the pool or the ski hill, we have amenities, facilities, programs that we administer directly so we have boards in place to give us guidance and policies on how to run them and work with user groups that use those facilities. In the case of Culture & Heritage,

for the most part, we have groups that are running those on our behalf or doing the service for the municipality and we’re just supporting them with funds or in-kind contributions.” Hannan said there are other committees and advisory boards but they aren’t part of his department and so were not part of his review with council.

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Crowsnest Pass celebrates an evening of mental wellness with Clara Hughes By Joni MacFarlane Editor

It started with the odd blue bike scattered here and there throughout Crowsnest Pass. It grew to a groundswell of blue bikes everywhere and culminated in an evening of shared stories, bringing both laughter and tears in equal measure. Clara’s Big Ride and the community event celebrated on May 28, was a moving and heartwarming experience for more than 400 people that shed light on the tragedy that is mental illness and gave hope for those suffer-

ing in silence. Since March, sixtime Olympian Clara Hughes has been riding across Canada in support of mental health. Over 110 days Clara’s Big Ride for Bell Let’s Talk is visiting 95 communities in all territories and provinces and on Wednesday, May 28, she chose Crowsnest Pass as her stopping point. A group of volunteers made the event a memorable one devoted to the mental wellness of Crowsnest Pass and a celebration of local champions. The evening kicked off with a Hawaiian-

themed fundraising event called “PuPus in the Pass” aimed to “poo-poo” the stigmas attached to mental illness. About 150 people -many styling Hawaiian outfits - attended the event to enjoy Hawaiian appetizers catered by Country Encounters, a live auction, and two speakers. Guest speaker Craig Heisinger, Assistant GM with the Winnipeg Jets, opened the evening followed by a young writer and stand-up comic, Kevin Breel. At only 20-years-old, Breel has become a mental health activist

Individuals and non-profit organizations were celebrated as Community Champions of Mental Health during the celebrations for Clara’s Big Ride on May 28. Recipients were awarded original works of art by students at Crowsnest Pass and Livingstone Schools. Left to right: Julie, Randy and Randi-Lynn Rinaldi, Ryan Peebles, Loretta Schaufele, Mike Mertz, Janet Elder, and Rick Sharma and Pat Rypien for the Ricky Ryp Foundation. Photo by J. Salus

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rageous stories of loss and grief within their own families from the devastating mental illnesses. The audience, clearly moved, then took an emotional right turn as emcee Derek Forgie had them in stitches with his humorous perspective on the community’s unique name before his introduction to keynote speaker, Clara Hughes. Despite 76 days, 182 community events and having ridden 165 kilometres in six hours, Hughes was clearly struck by the presence of “how many blue bikes were out on the road, out in the most unusual places”. Hughes began by saying how great she felt crossing into Alberta. “I felt like I was coming home today,” she said to screams of applause. “It’s a real gift to be

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here to tonight to follow such beautiful stories with Randi-Lynn, with Pat,” she said. “I’m not the highlight tonight, the highlight has already happened with what they shared and I applaud both those women for their courage.” “Every single community that we move through, we hear and we feel and we listen to struggle but we also hear and feel and listen to the most incredible strength of people refusing to give up, refusing to be silent, refusing to not do nothing about what has been lost and who has suffered in silence and what has to be done,” said Hughes. “And what I have seen makes the 7,000-almost kilometres seem to be quite insignificant because the strength and the courage and the tenacity I have seen of Canadians in commu-

nities big and small is something that truly moves mountains.” She said mental illness was not something a person chooses, but is a sickness that manifests itself differently in everyone. “And this sickness, though it doesn’t affect each person individually, it affects every single one of us because... every person we’ve met and there’s been about 47,000 so far, is affected directly by someone who is struggling if it is not them,” Hughes said. “So why are we not talking about this more? Why are we not talking about the struggle, talking about the reality of what so many families are living, so many families end up torn apart from it because they feel they can’t get help and they can’t say anything.” Cont. next page...

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At top, Pat Rypien gets a hug from Clara Hughes while Randi-Lynn Rinaldi looks on. Bottom, guests of the fundraiser “Pu-Pus in the Pass” enjoy comedian Kevin Breel on May 28. Photos by J. Salus From page 8... Hughes said many people fear they will be judged, ridiculed or seen as weak, or that they may lose their job or their family or their place in the community. She then shared her personal story of how she struggled throughout her life, poured her energy into sport until after seeing that reaching her Olympic dreams did not lift her depression, accepted the help that had been offered to her. “If we can leave anything with you tonight it’s this audacious idea of having hope and never letting go of hope. Hope that things can be better, hope that people can get help, hope that maybe you can be the person that listens to someone and directs them to the right place or the right person at the right time and they get the help that shifts the direction of their life. Anything is possible.” After her speech, local Chairperson Val Breakenridge thanked Hughes for visiting the Pass and congratulated Clara’s team. Breakenridge then presented Hughes with a book filled with signatures and comments written by thousands of Crowsnest Pass residents on what Clara’s Big Ride and her mental health initiative meant to them. Two women from Piikani Nation traveled specifically to present Hughes with gifts crafted by and given on behalf of their Nation. Vera Potts and Adeline Smith gave Hughes deer antler earrings symbolizing a deer running swiftly, a replica of a bow and arrow symbolizing survival and strength, a picture of a woman at water symboling abundance and a journal with a horse on the front

cover to symbolize power. Potts said when she heard Hughes was coming through Crowsnest Pass, she knew she had to go. “First Nations aboriginal youth are the highest [rate of suicide] in Canada,” she said. “My heart goes out to my people because so many suffer. We need to get everybody back and feel part of the community.” Potts said she presented the gifts to give Hughes encouragement and strength to guide her safely on her journey. Last, Deputy Mayor Bill Kovach gave a brief speech and presented the Community Champions for Mental Health Awards. “We’d like to take this time to honour and thank those people in our community who give so much of their time and energy to promote mental health initiatives,” said Kovach. “Six recipients have been selected whose efforts and achievements are an inspiration to us all.” Students from Crowsnest Consolidated High School and Livingstone School created original pieces of artwork representing their vision of mental wellness. They were Tori Wakaluk, Brittany Jones, Moriah Loseth-Vanderlinden, Tiffany Douglas, Morgan Michalsky and Anna Blomgren. Awarded for their contributions were Janet Elder, Mike Mertz, Loretta Schaufele, Ryan Peebles, the Rinaldi family, and the Ricky Ryp Foundation. According to volunteer John Redekopp, over 25 of the blue bikes were also sold. All money raised by the event stays in the Crowsnest Pass and goes to the Ricky Ryp Foundation and Darcy’s Nature Walk.

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Test drives donate to high school athletics By Joni MacFarlane Editor

Have you wanted to see how a new F-150 handles on the road? Or how about a 2014 Expedition or Fusion? Now you can test drive a new Ford here in the Crowsnest Pass and know your drive contributed to local students’ supplies. On Saturday, June 7, Crowsnest Consolidated High School will be the scene of a fundraiser for the Crowsnest Consolidated Academic & Athletic Society (CCAAS). Pincher Creek’s Castle Ford

will be bringing in a variety of 2014 vehicles and for every test drive, they will donate $20 to CCAAS. According to Castle Ford’s George Wolstenholme, there will be “almost one of everything”. Kate McNeil, President of the Society, said they are partnering with Lundbreck’s Livingstone School who instigated the event. Castle Ford held the test drive event for schools in Pincher Creek, said McNeil, and Livingstone suggested Crowsnest Consolidated High School would be an ideal location. Drivers can take vehicles for

a seven to 10 minute test drive, about four to five kilometres, and Ford will donate $20 to CCAAS. Funds will be used to buy school and athletic supplies such as new mats for the gym, sports uniforms, and a new scoreboard. Ford will donate a maximum of $6,000 allowing for 300 people to drive a brand-new Ford of their choice. A BBQ at the high school parking lot will also be held throughout the day. Test drives will be available from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and all drivers must be 18 years of age and over.

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Police briefs Crossword By Joni MacFarlane Editor

Between May 21 and May 28, Crowsnest Pass RCMP responded to 60 calls for service. They included: Assaults: 3 B&E (residential:) 1 Treats/Harassment: 1 Thefts: 1 Disturbing Peace: 2 Driving Complaints: 12 MV Collisions: 6 Suspicious Occurrences: 3 Assistance to General Public: 9 Assistance to Other Agencies: 12 911 calls (invalid): 1 False Alarm: 5 Animal Calls: 2 Municipal Bylaws: 2 Trouble in the ‘hood On May 22 at 9:30 p.m., police received a complaint of disturbance in the Lundbreck area. Two males were fighting when one threatened to shoot the other’s dog and one then assaulted the other. Police attended and charged both males from Lundbreck. A 46-year-old was charged with assault and a 52-year-old was charged with uttering threats. Both men were released on conditions to appear in court July 8. Dream weaver On May 23 at 11:45 a.m., police received a complaint of a single vehicle collision on Highway 3 near the Blairmore centre access. An 84-yearold male from Idaho was heading eastbound when he drove across the eastbound lane and into the north ditch. The driver appeared to have fallen asleep and was not injured. He was issued a violation ticket for careless driving in the amount of $402. Handyman On May 21, police received a complaint of theft from a garage on 21st Ave. Blairmore. Various tools were stolen some time during the past two weeks. The matter is under investigation.

The thrill is gone On May 24 at 5 p.m., police received a complaint of an abandoned quad lying in the ditch near Chain Lakes. Police attended and inquires revealed the quad had been stolen from the Turner Valley area. Hell or high water On May 26 at 9 a.m., police received a complaint of a lost dirt bike. The complainant from Medicine Hat advised that he was crossing the creek at Allison Creek when he became caught in fast waters and lost control of the bike to save himself. The bike was recovered by Alberta Environment & Sustainable Resources. Found On May 26 at 6:20 p.m., police received a report of a Yamaha dirt bike found hidden in the bush in the Knowles Flats area. It appears to have been there for some time. Swerving On May 26 at 8:10 p.m., police received a complaint of an aggressive tow truck weaving and tailgating. The vehicle was located and stopped and the Fort Macleod driver was warned. A heap o’ trouble On May 25 at 2:05 a.m., police received a complaint of a disturbance at a Blairmore bar. A male was being subdued when a black truck pulled up and the suspect jumped in. The truck sped away hitting four vehicles in the parking lot and later a light standard on Highway 3 in Frank. At about 5 p.m., a 20-year-old male from Calgary was arrested by the Airdrie RCMP and charged with impaired driving, dangerous driving, four counts of failing to comply with conditions, two counts of assault, and two counts of failing to remain at scene of an accident. A Justice Interim Hearing was held and the accused was remanded in custody for a court date of June 3.

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Thursday, June 5, 2014 Crowsnest Pass Free Press

Teck supports breast cancer with pink dozer

Teck’s Elkview Operations (EVO) is raising awareness of breast cancer and its impact on the local community with a rebuilt pink Caterpillar D10T bulldozer. The “dozer” was brought in for display before starting work on May 26. Photo submitted Press Release

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Teck’s Elkview Operations (EVO) is raising awareness of breast cancer and its impact on the local community with a rebuilt pink Caterpillar D10T bulldozer. Elkview’s Superintendent of Operations, Clayton Podrasky, said the idea was raised by a crew member and he supported the initiative to increase awareness and conversation around this important issue that im-

pacts many in our communities. “This is an issue that has touched me and others in the community very deeply and I am very proud of the employees for raising it and the operation and company for supporting this,” said Podrasky. Support for the initiative complements Teck’s focus on community and health. Finning Tractor donated the bright pink facelift for Teck’s D10T bulldozer, which was in their shop

for reconditioning. Tom Tobin, Finning’s Sparwood Branch Manager, added, “This was a great project that brought a lot of excitement to our branch. I am sure it will do the same when it goes to work at EVO. I really want to thank the Teck team at EVO for letting us be part of such a meaningful project.” The pink bulldozer was displayed for the public on May 26 before it went to work at EVO.

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Thursday, June 5, 2014 Crowsnest Pass Free Press

Join us in remembering those who lost their lives and honouring the spirit of the mining community June 18-21

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Concept drawing of a Crowsnest Pass Trade Dollar to commemorate the 100th Anniversary of the Hillcrest Mine Disaster.

The Crowsnest Historical Society is pleased to announce that it will be producing a $10 Crowsnest Pass Trade Dollar to commemorate the 100th Anniversary of the Hillcrest Mine Disaster, Canada’s worst mining disaster, that occurred on June 19th, 1914 and resulted in the death of 189 coal miners. The obverse of the trade dollar features the Hillcrest Mine Disaster Memorial Monument and the pillows surrounding the monument commemorating other Canadian coal mining disasters. Hillcrest Mine Disaster 19142014 is inscribed on the trade dollar. The reverse of the coin will feature a scene of Crowsnest Mountain and crows in a nest which has been featured on all Crowsnest Pass Trade Dollars produced by

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the Society. The society is producing 1,000 nickel/steel Trade Dollars in the denomination of $10. They will be presented in a plastic capsule to preserve them as a commemorative souvenir and they will be available for the price of $10. Also the Society will be producing 50 limited edition pure silver versions of the Trade Dollar in a presentation case and each coin will have a numbered limited edition certificate. They will be available for the price of $75 per piece. To commemorate the loss of 189 coal miners in the disaster, the Society will be producing 189 limited edition gold plated coins in a presentation case with a a numbered limited edition certificate. They will be available for the price of $25. The Society will be auctioning the #1 of 50 Silver Hillcrest Mine Disaster Commemorative Trade

How will the community benefit from commemoration of the Hillcrest Mine Disaster?

Hillcrest after the explosion.

Photo courtesy of Crowsnest Museum

The 100th anniversary of Canada’s worst mining disaster is an important event in not only our community, but in the nation and province. The commemorative events will be featured on national and provincial media bringing attention to our community. It is important that an appropriate commemoration is planned and carried out to commemorate this tragedy. Improvements to the Hillcrest Mine Disaster Memorial will not only honour those who lost their lives but provide an appropriate commemorative experience for all those who visit the site. It is anticipated that publicity around the event will have an ongoing legacy and increase visits to our community as part of an ongoing effort to market our community’s history and our community spirit to not only to live through such a tragedy but to rebuild and survive as a vibrant community that recognizes its past and builds for its future. Improvements to the Hillcrest Ball/Soccer complex will provide a legacy to the community to host future sporting and outdoor events.

Dollars and the #1 and #189 of 189 limited edition Gold Plated Trade Dollars at the Crowsnest Museum’s Book Launch, Exhibit Opening, and Meet and Greet at the Crowsnest Museum on Wednesday evening, June 18 at the Crowsnest Museum in historic downtown Coleman starting at 7 p.m. Individuals may place advance orders for the nickel/steel, pure silver, and gold plated Hillcrest Mine Disaster Commemorative Trade Dollar by contacting the Crowsnest Museum by phoning 403-563-5434, e-mailing cnmuseum@shaw.ca, or dropping by the Museum at 7701-18th Avenue, Coleman. All proceeds from the sales of the trade dollars will go to the ongoing operations of the Crowsnest Museum. For further information contact the Crowsnest Museum at 403563-5434.

Who will be attending Hillcrest Mine Disaster Memorial commemorative events?

Invitations have been sent to national, provincial, regional and local dignitaries to participate in the Commemorative Memorial Ceremony. Also descendants of victims from across the country and overseas are expected to attend the Commemorative Memorial Events. Representatives of coal mining communities from across the country have been invited as all coal mining disasters in Canada have been commemorated through the National Coal Mining Memorial Markers which surround the Hillcrest Mine Disaster Memorial Monument. Three additional markers will be added to honour those who lost their lives in other Canadian coal mining disaster in which more than three individuals lost their lives. These disasters were missed when the original monument was dedicated in 2000. Also, local and regional residents will be in attendance to remember and honour those who lost their lives in Canada’s worst mining disaster and to celebrate the spirit of the miner and the community to survive such a tragedy.


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