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Players on the Nakusp Minor Soccer teams were treated on Wednesday and Saturday with visits from Kaslo and Revelstoke squads. Kaslo’s mixed team played two games against the two Nakusp teams on Wednesday night. In game one, keepers Adam Volansky and Kirnen Troute backed up the barrage of goals scored by the Na-

kusp squad with a decisive shut-out. Tim Barisoff kicked off the scoring, which was followed by netted efforts from Devon Coates and the infamous “twin assist” goals from Kylie and Garrett Waterfield. The Nakusp team won 6-0. In the second game, Kaslo was all warmed up and fought hard for two goals, but found themselves on the wrong side of a 4-2 game final against the Nakusp Red Shirts. Riley Drediger was the first Red Shirt

to tickle the twine and was followed by a second half hattrick from Troute, who played in both games. On Saturday the Revelstoke and Nakusp all-girl squads faced off during an intense back and forth battle on the sunny pitch. The teams were evenly matched, trading off control of the game and close chances, each trying to find chinks in the opponent’s defensive amour. Kimberly Roberts almost settled the match in the second half

when she was moved up to the striker position. In a decisive rush at the net Roberts sent the ball flying, just missing the top right corner by a post. The game could not decide on a winner, and the match ended with a draw. Revelstoke and Nakusp teams faced off again with the under 10 girls playing a frantic small sided game following the older girls game. Nakusp was defeated with the lone goal scored by Julie Faucher.

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In 2011 the Kootenay Boundary Community Services Co-operative initiated the Coordinated Response for Child and Youth Victims (CRCYV) project to build collaboration in support of how the needs of child and youth victims of abuse, violence and neglect are being met in the West Kootenay Boundary area. The goal of the project is to improve access to services and help to coordinate the various agencies currently in place into a more unified and cohesive approach to providing essential services to children and youth in need. Lynda Dechief, the CRCYV Regional Coordinator, explains that service providers in the West Kootenay Boundary region are united in their desire to “see that when a child comes forward as a victim that they get a response quickly.” They want to see the response be seamless; that word came up in all of the communities. They don’t want anyone to fall through the gaps, but also have no overlaps in service.” The multi-phase process of CRCYV began with the administration of a Feasibility Assessment in 2011 to determine if a traditional Child Advocacy Centre, the model used in urban centers, would be practical in a larger geographical context. The centre would have been located centrally, likely Castelgar, and would seek to serve the other four areas across the West Kootenay Boundary region, including greater Trail, Nelson and

area, Nakusp and area and the Boundary. However, the results of the assessment determined that a stationary centre could not effectively serve the large proposed area. “We are a really geographically large and dispersed region” Dechief says, “People want to access services in their own communities through the agencies that they already trust.” This prompted the movement into Participants map out some of the services children and youth stage two, which saw might access in the Arrow and Slocan Lakes area. Photo Credit: Lynda Dechief agencies across the ect as a whole.” Nakusp and area “already districts collaboratOn June 3, Dechief know each other, and aling on a preliminary program model in 2012, which opened up the conversation ready have relationships focused on the collective to the core group of district built” and focused the workinterest in a regional coor- service providers and hosted shop on strengthening their dination and collaboration a workshop at Nakusp’s Sel- coordinated efforts and demodel that would not in- kirk College. This workshop veloping the larger regional was the second stop on her vision with “unique comvolve a central location. The working group, which tour of the five areas under munity plans as well.” The day-long workshop included stakeholders from the umbrella of the project, all the geographic areas and and was an opportunity to provided the opportunity various agencies involved, discuss how local agencies for members of the response shaped the vision of collabo- can strengthen coordination team to build on the work of ration and identified goals in their area and how they the CRCYV by taking steps and strategies that would want to fit into the regional to confirm and employ the strategies and goals outlined guide the CRCYV program. initiative. The workshop was orga- by the preliminary program The third phase of the project involved hiring Lyn- nized by Nakusp and Area model in the Arrow and Sloda Dechief as the CRCYV Coordinator, Carol Bell and can Lakes area within the Regional Coordinator to attended by Ministry of context of the greater West implement the regional co- Children and Family Devel- Kootenay Boundary region. “This is nothing new” ordination initiative. She opment, RCMP, School Dishelped create a network in trict 10, Arrow and Slocan Dechief comments, “we are the proposed region of “lo- Lake Community Services, not inventing anything. We cal coordinators who get ARC Program, Nakusp and are just supporting what is together monthly” and iden- Area Youth Society, Free- already happening and helptifies the “flowing of infor- dom Quest and the Circle of ing create linkages across mation, what one person Indigenous Nations Society. the region so that we can Dechief acknowledges learn from and support each called cross pollination, is really prevalent to the proj- that the direct services in other.”

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JOB POSTING HOT SPRINGS OPERATOR Casual GENERAL OUTLINE – Hours of work will vary depending on scheduling and will require evening and week end shifts. Duties are specific to the operation and maintenance of the Hot Springs Facility. MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS – include grade 12, RFABC Pool Operator Level 1, first aid, chlorine handling, WHIMIS, and food safe certificate. A detailed description and list of minimum requirements is available from the Village. RATE OF PAY - As per the Collective Agreement, rate of pay will be $19.33 hour This Casual Position is available June 9, 2014 to October 13, 2014.

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Applicants are requested to submit resumes with copies of all certifications to the Village of Nakusp Box 280, V0G 1R0 or drop off in person at 91-1st Street NW Nakusp BC. The Village thanks all who apply however only candidates selected for interviews will be contacted. This posting will remain open until the position is filled.

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Casual Housekeepers The Village of Nakusp is seeking exempt Casual Housekeepers for the Nakusp Hot Springs Cedar Chalets.

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Successful applicants will be responsible for general housekeeping duties at the Cedar Chalets and available on a flexible schedule which may include weekdays, weekends, and on short notice.   Duties will include but are not limited to: • Clean guest rooms to the Village’s high standard • Observe and report any repairs needed in the units • Maintain cleaning equipment, stocking carts daily with supplies • Replace towels, soaps and all room amenities and restocks literature that has been removed by previous guest, or is soiled or torn, to ensure adequate supply for arriving guests. • Keep Room attendant closet clean and tidy at all times • Maintain a friendly, cheerful, and courteous demeanor with customers at all times. • Follow Health and Safety policy, procedures, rules and guidelines • Laundering sheets and towels and • Other duties set out by the Cedar Chalets Manager. Please forward your resume in confidence to Linda Tynan, CAO, Village of Nakusp – Box 280, Nakusp BC V0G 1R0, 91 1st Street NW. E-mail ltynan@nakusp.com The Village thanks all who apply however only those chosen for interviews will be contacted.

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The Laughton-Ferguson connection Sixty-first in an alphabetical series on West Kootenay/Boundary place names GREG NESTEROFF Black Press

Sixty-first in an alphabetical series on West Kootenay/Boundary place names A few weeks ago, this column looked at the ghost town of Ferguson and accompanied it with a picture of its last real landmark, the Hotel Lardeau. That resulted in a call from Mike Laughton, best known as the first Nelson-born hockey player to make the NHL, whose grandfather John Cooper (Jack) Laughton (1874-1958) operated the hotel for many years. Jack and brothers Alexander (Sandy) and Robert  came to Canada from Scotland’s Orkney Islands. It’s not clear when the hotel was built or if the Laughtons were its original proprietors, but in an early mention, the Revelstoke Herald of August 23, 1899 stated: “J. Laughton leaves tomorrow morning for Ferguson to get the Hotel Lardeau in shape for opening.” Soon after, ads appeared claiming the hotel was the “Best $2 a day house in the Lardeau … Choicest wines, liquors, and cigars. Headquarters for miners and mining men.” Jack and Sandy first show up as Ferguson hoteliers in the 1900-01 BC directory. Sandy continued to run the hotel until his death of consumption in 1916 while Jack and Robert concentrated on the Victoria and Selkirk hotels in Revelstoke. Pete Cameron acquired the Lardeau Hotel in 1916 but a dozen years later sold it back to Jack,

who brought wife Margaret (Peggy) and four children to town, including Mike’s father. Jack remained there until a year before his death. According to Milton Parent in Circle of Silver, “He had resisted moving from Ferguson even though making a living in this business had been marginal for many years … Jack’s less-than-elegant approach to proprietorship of the Lardeau appealed to many of his customers …” Mike remembers visiting his grandparents in Ferguson when the town was down to about 15 people. “I don’t know how many patrons the hotel had,” he says. “Every room had those beautiful washbowls and kerosene lamps. We always went up before the end of October. Once snow set in, it was hard to get in there. There was an old livery stable across the street and we used to go there and watch horses being shod.” The abandoned hotel was a popular subject for photographers including Donovan Clemson and Ellis Anderson. It was still standing as of 1965, but disappeared by 1973. The BC Archives has its guest register covering 1910-17. In 2008, on the 50th anniversary of his grandfather’s death, Mike and wife Georgi went to Ferguson to see the hotel’s site. “We looked around and there was nothing,” Georgi says. “It was a strange and sad feeling standing in the open lot and visualizing what was there when he was young.” For more photos, see nelsonstar.com.

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At the Edgewood Legion (234 Granby), Edgewood BC Workshop leader Gillian Sanders has helped to install more than 90 electric fences to successfully protect livestock and/or fruit trees from both black and grizzly bears. Correctly installed and maintained electric fencing provides a cost-effective and easy solution to prevent or stop bear conflicts. Beekeepers have successfully used electric fencing to protect beehives from bears since the 1930’s, and when used correctly this tool will also protect small livestock such as chickens, other poultry, goats, sheep, pigs, calves, or any other bear attractant. This workshop will discuss different e-fencing designs for permanent and temporary fences that can be adapted to your particular needs.

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Strike: Taking sides

Strikes may be a necessary evil from time to time, but nobody truly enjoys them. Not the people walking the picket lines, not the employers — who are usually losing money, or productivity or both — and not the public who often end up being the ones most impacted by job action. Take the BC teachers rotating strike for example. Yes, the teachers are losing money on the days they strike. Yes, the government is losing popularity points as the work action continues, but the ones most affected are thousands of children and parents. The students are losing valuable time that could be spent in class. They are missing out on school field trips, plays and in some cases even graduation ceremonies may be hampered. Parents have to either make arrangements for extra child care on the strike days, or in some cases miss a day of work to stay home with younger kids. Who do you blame? The teachers? The government? Both? It really depends on your personal frame of reference. Is the government being cheap or are the teachers being greedy? There’s no simple answer. However, here in the Kootenay it appears that momentum may have swung in favour of the teachers, all because of a letter written by Dr. Todd Kettner. A psychologist for the school district, Dr. Kettner has spent more than 70 hours of overtime helping students deal with recent tragedies — the canoe fatalities on Slocan Lake, the death of a parent and other tribulations. He’s a dedicated professional who spends countless hours of his own time helping our kids. His letter details his work, the needs of the students he serves and of the close to $600 deducted from his pay cheque by the government because of the labour dispute. That money has now been refunded. While his story may not represent every teacher’s experiences, it’s still a powerful tale that can sway public opinion. In the propaganda games, it’s teachers 1, government 0.

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Volunteering for Special Olympics in Nakusp A thoughtful and inspired way in which older citizens residing within the Nakusp region can make a significant difference in the lives of intellectually disabled persons, is to actively participate as a volunteer with Special Olympics (SO) Nakusp. Founded just over five years ago within our own area, the enthusiastic team consisting at present of seven registered athletes coupled with supportive community volunteers, plays an important role in the lives of each individual and their families. Favourite sports activities include bocce, golf and

curling along with joining in fun events including the community parades as well as selling raffle tickets - the proceeds of which are used to cover the travel and associated expenses which occur during various competitions. Asked what are the expectations which SO Nakusp are seeking within its company of volunteers, board chair Hans Sparreboom, a retired school teacher, quickly responded to the question with the following list of merits: “volunteers must have a positive attitude, and be understanding, caring and committed”. “Older persons bring a

Editor: I’d like to add to the letter a few weeks ago about young people camping down on the Burton flats. I‘m also a Burton resident and my issues are not the noise or the fact that they roar up and down the waterfront on their ATV’s and dirt bikes. I get it, I

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great deal of life experience when volunteering with Special Olympics,” he remarked. Most of the SO volunteers are seniors and serve in a variety of capacities including fund raisers, organizers, team leaders or general assistants, drivers and also attendees at a SO related conventions or major competitions. By giving something of yourself to this cause, Spar-

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reboom says, “you will find that you will receive back more support when needed, than that which you have given yourself.” The annual general meeting of Special Olympics Nakusp takes place Thursday, June 19 at 7 p.m. at the home of Hans and Paulette Sparreboom located conveniently near the hospital. For directions and to receive further information about the activities of this group and the various ways in which older persons can join together in filling a community need as well as the opportunity to widen one’s own social network, contact Hans at 265-4220.

was young once. It’s the mess they leave when they go home and the lack of respect for our open spaces. Some are worse than others but after the recent grad camping trip down at Burton a huge mess was left behind. This is why people in Burton don’t

want the young people down there. I picked up two bags of garbage and I still find beer cans and broken glass when walking there. This lack of consideration for areas we all share is what bothers residents, NOT kids having fun! Cheryl White - Burton, BC

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June 11 Workshop Wednesday. This week is part 2 of a 3 part series. Computer Literacy in the Workplace: What You Need to Know. 9:15 am - 11:30 am. Pre-registration is required. To register, or if you have questions, call WorkBC at 250-265-3318. June 11 High School Drop in @ Nakusp Youth Centre 7 pm – 10 pm. Contact Cassia at 250-265-2000. June 11 Susan Juby author tour @ the Nakusp Library 11 am – noon. June 11 Nelson Jazz singer Laura Landsberg will appear with her five piece band, with special guest opening act: Singer/songwriter/guitarist James Lamb at the Silverton Memorial Hall. Doors open at 7:00 pm. Show starts 7:30 pm. Adults $15, $10 for students. Admission paid at the door. Sponsored by the Slocan Lake Gallery Society. June 11 Poker Night at the Leland Hotel. It’s free and beginners are welcome. 7 pm start. For more information contact Dan @ 265-3314. June 12 North Kootenay Sport & Recreation Council, community meeting. 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm. Basics of a successful volunteer management program. To register, email nksrcouncil@gmail.com. June 12 Drop in meditation classes every Thursday 10 am at Selkirk College. June 12 Nerd Night @ Nakusp Youth Center 6 pm – 10 pm. Contact Cassia at 265-2000. June 12 Nakusp T’ai Chi at the Legion 9:45 am– 10:45 am Call Ruth 250-265-3353. June 12 Pitter Patter in Nakusp 9:15 am – 11:30 am. Drop-in group for parents/caregivers and children ages 0-2 1/2 years of age. Held in the Strong Start building at Nakusp Elementary School.
For more information, contact Nancy at nccs@nakusp.net. June 12 Men’s night at Nakusp Golf Club. For more information contact the pro shop @ 265-4531. June 13 Bellyfit at NaCoMo, Nakusp 10 am – 11 am Contact Brendalee: 250-265-4428 or wholisticbelly@ gmail.com. June 13 Beekeeping Presentation at the Burton Community Learning Centre at 1 pm. Learn the basics of

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natural bee stewardship and how you can become part of the solution to the decline of our Honeybees and wild pollinators.

Meeting June 16, 2014 7 p.m. Seniors Hall

June 13 Drop in @ Nakusp Youth Centre 7 pm – 11 pm. Contact Cassia at 250-265-2000.

Vegetables | eggs | meat | grain | jams | pickles | bread | handicrafts | artwork

June 13 Book Discussion Group. 10 am - 12 pm. Open to everyone. Note, the Library is not open during this event, so knock to be admitted. For more information, call 250-265-3363 or bna@netidea.com.

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June 13 NSS Awards Ceremony. 10:00 am – 11:30 am.

for the November 2014 General Local Election

June 13 Floor Hockey, Burton every Friday night 6:30 – 8:00 pm @ Burton Community Learning Center (BCLC) equipment is provided, co-ed, 12 and up, $2 drop-in. Free for students of the school district.

The Regional District of Central Kootenay is recruiting for election officials for the November 15th, 2014 General Local Election. To be considered for a position, you must: • Be 18 years of age or older • Legally able to work in BC • Work on election/advance voting day (Nov. 5 & 15, 2014) from 7:00 am to 10:00 pm • Previous experience desirable

June 14 Nakusp Farmer’s Market 9 am – 1 pm every Saturday until October 11 between KSCU and What’s Brewing, just south of Broadway. Contact Collette 250269-7326 or email nakuspmarket@gmail.com.

If you are interested in this opportunity, please contact: Randy Matheson, Chief Election Officer, RDCK 250.352.8153 or rmatheson@rdck.bc.ca

June 14 Meat Draws at the Legion Nakusp 3:30 pm - 6:30 pm. June’s proceeds go to the Legion. June 14 Electric Fencing Workshop: 10 am-noon
at the Edgewood Legion. FREE! To register for the workshop or for more information please contact Bree Lillies at newdenver@wildsafebc.com or Phone: 250354-8120.

June 16 Music Jam @ Nakusp Youth Centre 3:30 pm – 5:30 pm. Contact Cassia at 250-265-2000.

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The Nakusp Village Council will consider approval of the The Nakusp Village Council approval The Nakusp Village Council will consider approval of the of the 2013 Annual Municipal Report atwill theconsider Regular Meeting of Annual Municipal Report at the Regular Meeting of June 17 Feldenkrais ‘Awareness Through Movement’ 2013 Annual2013 Municipal Report at the Regular Meeting of rd Council Council onVillage Monday, June 23 ,23 2014. TheThe meeting will rd, 2014. Nakusp Council will consider approval on Monday, June meeting will rd Class 8 pm – 9 pm at NaCoMo. For more information,The Council on at Monday, June 23 , 2014. The meeting will st st 6:30atPM in PM Council Chambers at 91-1 StreetNW, NW, begin 6:30 in Council Chambers at 91-1Street contact Tyson Bartel at 250-226-6826 or thaitouch@ beginbegin st at 6:30 PM in Council Chambers at 91-1 Street NW, 2013 Annual Municipal Report at the Regular Meet Nakusp.Nakusp. yahoo.com. Nakusp. on Monday, June 23rd, 2014. The meeting Council

The draftAnnual 2013 Annual Municipal Report is availableatatthe the June 17 Ladies night at Nakusp Golf Club. For more The 2013 Municipal Report is available st St begin at draft 6:30 PM inMunicipal Council Chambers atat91-1 The draft 2013 Annual Report is available the Village office for viewing. The public is encouraged to information contact the pro shop at 265-4531. Village office for viewing. The public is encouraged to on theThe report and if you are unable to to attend the Village officecomment for public encouraged Nakusp. comment onviewing. the report and if youisare unable to attend the

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Nakusp Mountain Bike

On Thursday afternoon, the Nakusp Youth Centre hosted a group of likeminded peddle-heads to discuss what the future might look like for the biking community in Nakusp. Members of the online biking community Nakusp Freeride Downhill Mountain Bikers as well as youth representing local BMX and park riders were

present at the talking session to comment on the current biking conditions and brainstorm ideas for future projects. Cassia Parent, Nakusp Youth Coordinator, invited trail building veterans Nate Lott and Yan Labrecque from Rossland to facilitate the discussions. Lott and Labrecque have been building trails for six years and run the trail building education program, “D.I.G. 2 Ride” (Design Innovate Grow). The Rossland riders are biking visionaries who recognize the growArrow Lakes Health Care Auxiliary ing demand for the transformation of select areas of public land into a sustainable network of multi-use trails that incorporates speed, efficiency and creativity in their design. Their trial building program was contrived to directly involve youth in the design and the labor of bike July 11, 2014 & projects to promote riding and an appreciation for the outdoors. August 11th 2014 The roundtable talk began with exploring the downhill trails alActivity Room, ready frequented by bikers and Minto House, identified the hot spots of use. Lott questioned, “who owns the land 97 1st Avenue, Nakusp. and who can we approach to start utilizing the land?” adding that All Welcome crown land is ideal because private is much harder to work with. The youth present waited and

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listened patiently to the downhill discussion until they were provoked to contribute their input. The voices of the youth turned the group’s attention towards the BMX and park riding perspective, identifying the majority of the kids in town ride in town. David Faucher expressed an interest in a dirt jump park because the “skate park (located by the Nakusp arena) is the only thing we have.” Faucher and the youth then went into tales of their independent attempts to build dirt jumps around town and how they are short lived, inevitably taken down by village workers or community members. An effort has been made by the school district to answer the pleas of the BMX community with a recently installed dirt pump track located at Nakusp Elementary School. However, explicit restrictions required the design of the track to keep both bike wheels on the ground at all times thereby limiting the list of allowable features. It is a novice track, intended to serve the riders attending the elementary school and offers no thrills or challenges for the older youth in the community. The group seamlessly switched gears from downhill to park riding, and decided that the focus would be on making

Commons’ Sense

Group of peddle-heads at the Nakusp Youth Centre

a dirt jump park a reality for Nakusp. Lott identified that “land access is the first thing” and explained that the process needs to engender the youth if the proposal is going to be viable and sustainable. With the vision identified and decided on, plans were made to continue the discussion with an onsite visit to the skate park on Thursday June 12. All citizens (not just the community youth) who are interested in making this project a physical actuality are encouraged to attend the onsite viewing to discuss design, layout and potential for a dirt bike jump and pump track. “If this is something that the community wants” Lott commented, “then the community will make it happen.” A project of the Kootenay Co-op

“As soon as Nelson Commons came up for sale, we put our names down for a unit. A lot of it has to do with the location—you can do your shopping, and so much more, without having to get in the car and drive.” Talking with John and Marlene Lerbscher, it seems that most people are buying into Nelson Commons for the same reasons. John and Marlene have been Kootenay residents for decades, but they’ve also spent chunks of time in big cities where they’ve learned to appreciate the virtues of all that downtown living offers. John’s an avid skier and a passholder at Whitewater Resort. He also heads off on a couple trips to other ski areas every winter. Marlene added: “When John’s away, he can feel more at peace knowing that I can just go downstairs to the Co-op to get whatever I need.” John is a chemist and he’s taken a “scientific” approach and documented all the environmental and economic benefits of living at the Commons. He points out that high-density living significantly reduces one’s carbon footprint and that their monthly cost will be significantly lower than what they are paying now for their house, which is outside of Nelson. As they both get a little older, the prospect of almost maintenance-free living is a big deal for John and Marlene as well. Not having to shovel out a driveway after a storm (and just 22 minutes from Whitewater!), the ability to “lock and leave” when they go on vacation, and proximity to medical clinics, great restaurants and the movie theatre are some of the many reasons for them. John and Marlene are also big fans of Nelson and everything that will be nearby. “And it’s a four-season town—it’s not a one trick pony,” John added.

A variety of units are still available. Visit the Display Suite & Sales Office at 621 Vernon St, 12:00 to 5:00, Wednesday to Sunday (or call to book an appointment).

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Rentals Apt/Condo for Rent 1 Bdrm Apartment semi furnished, $650/mth including Hydro, Damage deposit & refernces required, Avail July 1st, Call 250-265-3420

Tenders

Invitation to Tender Downie Timber Ltd. is administering tenders for silviculture projects in the 2014 field season. Opportunities are available for 33 ha of manual brushing (AD061612), 209.4 ha of ground based site preparation (AD061614) and 580.1ha of surveys (AD061613). Projects are being funded through the Land Based Investment Program (LBIP) and are subject to funding approval. Tender Information can be found on the LBIP website: https://www.fialicensees.com/FIA_ Advertisements/PublicAdvertisements.aspx Closing Date: June 30th 2014.

Suites, Lower Nakusp - Bachelor Suite available Immed. Suitable for a single quiet person $450/mth + utilities, must have references 250-265-4454

    

     

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Race to your nearest Honda dealer for savings. Honda leads the way with features & innovations, safety and value for money. 2014 FIT DX Lease for

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Features available on select models: • 60/40 Split 2nd-Row Magic Seat®® (standard) • 6 airbag system (standard)

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• Multi-angle rearview camera • Proximity key entry with pushbutton start

Model: FB2E2EEX

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• Real Time AWD with Intelligent Control System • Honda Satellite-Linked Navigation System™ Model: RM3H3EES

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‡In ‡In order order to to achieve achieve $0 $0 down down payment, payment, dealer dealer will will cover cover the the cost cost of of tire/battery tire/battery tax, tax, air air conditioning conditioning tax tax (where (where applicable), applicable), environmental environmental fees fees and and levies levies on on the the 2014 2014 CR-V CR-V LX, LX, Accord Accord LX, LX, Civic Civic DX DX and and Fit Fit DX DX only only on on behalf behalf of of the the customer. customer. £Limited £Limited time time weekly weekly lease lease offer offer based based on on aa new new 2014 2014 Fit Fit DX DX model model GE8G2EEX. GE8G2EEX. €0.99% €0.99% lease lease APR APR on aa 60 60 month month term term with with 260 on 260 weekly weekly payments payments O.A.C. O.A.C. Weekly Weekly payment, payment, including including freight freight and and PDI, PDI, is is $33.83 $33.83 based based on on applying applying $1,150.00 $1,150.00 lease lease dollars dollars (which (which is is deducted deducted from from the the negotiated negotiated selling selling price price before before taxes) taxes) and and $1,000.00 $1,000.00 consumer consumer incentive incentive dollars dollars (which (which is is deducted deducted from from the the negotiated negotiated selling selling price price after after taxes). taxes). Down Down payment payment of of $0.00, first first weekly weekly payment payment and and $0 $0 security security deposit deposit due due at at lease lease inception. inception. Total Total lease lease obligation obligation is is $8,795.80. $8,795.80. Taxes, Taxes, license, license, insurance insurance and and registration registration are are extra. extra. 120,000 120,000 kilometre kilometre allowance; allowance; charge charge of of $0.12/km $0.12/km for for excess excess kilometers. kilometers. *Limited *Limited time time weekly weekly lease lease offer offer based based on on aa new new 2014 2014 Civic Civic DX DX model model FB2E2EEX. FB2E2EEX. #0.99% #0.99% lease lease APR APR on on aa 60 60 $0.00, month $38.92 based based on on applying applying $925.00 $925.00 lease lease dollars dollars (which (which is is deducted deducted from from the the negotiated negotiated selling selling price price before before taxes). taxes). Down Down payment payment of of $0.00, $0.00, first first weekly weekly payment payment and month term term with with 260 260 weekly weekly payments payments O.A.C. O.A.C. Weekly Weekly payment, payment, including including freight freight and and PDI, PDI, is is $38.92 and $0 $0 security security deposit deposit due due at at lease lease inception. inception. Total Total lease lease obligation obligation is is $10,119.20. $10,119.20. Taxes, Taxes, license, insurance insurance and and registration registration are are extra. extra. 120,000 120,000 kilometre kilometre allowance; allowance; charge charge of of $0.12/km term with with 260 260 weekly weekly payments payments O.A.C. O.A.C. Weekly license, $0.12/km for for excess excess kilometers. kilometers. ΩLimited ΩLimited time time weekly weekly lease lease offer offer based based on on aa new new 2014 2014 CR-V CR-V LX LX 2WD 2WD model model RM3H3EES. RM3H3EES. ¥1.99% ¥1.99% lease lease APR APR on on aa 60 60 month month term Weekly payment, payment, including including freight freight and and PDI, PDI, is is $66.91 $66.91 based based on on applying applying $1,375.00 $1,375.00 lease lease dollars dollars (which (which is is deducted deducted from from the the negotiated negotiated selling selling price price before before taxes). taxes). Down Down payment payment of of $0.00, $0.00, first first weekly weekly payment payment and and $0 $0 security security deposit deposit due due at at lease lease inception. inception. Total Total lease lease obligation obligation is is $17,396.60. $17,396.60. Taxes, Taxes, license, license, insurance insurance and and registration registration are are extra. extra. 120,000 120,000 kilometre kilometre allowance; allowance; charge charge of of $0.12/km $0.12/km for for excess excess kilometers. kilometers. **MSRP **MSRP is is $16,130 $16,130 // $17,185 $17,185 // $27,685 $27,685 including including freight freight and and PDI PDI of of $1,495 $1,495 // $1,495 $1,495 // $1,695 $1,695 based based on on aa new new 2014 2014 Fit Fit DX DX model model GE8G2EEX GE8G2EEX // new new 2014 2014 Civic Civic DX DX model model FB2E2EEX FB2E2EEX // 2014 2014 CR-V CR-V LX LX 2WD 2WD model model RM3H3EES. RM3H3EES. License, License, insurance, insurance, registration registration and and taxes taxes are are extra extra and and may may be be required required at at the the time time of of purchase. purchase. ¥/£/€/Ω/#/* ¥/£/€/Ω/#/* Prices registering agent's agent's fee fee of of $5.25, $5.25, which which are are both both due due at at time time of of delivery delivery and and covered covered by by the the dealer dealer on on behalf behalf of of the the customer customer on on the the 2014 2014 CR-V CR-V LX, LX, Accord Accord LX, LX, Civic Civic DX DX and and Fit Fit DX DX only. only. ‡/#/*/Ω/€/¥/£/** ‡/#/*/Ω/€/¥/£/** Offers Offers valid valid from from June June 3rd 3rd through through June June 30th, 30th, 2014 2014 Prices and/or and/or payments payments shown shown do do not not include include aa PPSA PPSA lien lien registration registration fee fee of of $30.31 $30.31 and and lien lien registering at at participating participating Honda Honda retailers. retailers. Dealer Dealer may may sell/lease sell/lease for for less. less. Dealer Dealer trade trade may may be be necessary necessary on on certain certain vehicles. vehicles. Offers Offers valid valid only only for for British British Columbia Columbia residents residents at at BC BC Honda Honda Dealers Dealers locations. locations. Offers Offers subject subject to to change change or or cancellation cancellation without without notice. notice. Terms Terms and and conditions conditions apply. apply. Visit Visit www.bchonda.com www.bchonda.com or or see see your your Honda Honda retailer retailer for for full full details. details.


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