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Mount Polley community meetings planned Monica Lamb-Yorski Staff Writer Two community meetings scheduled to update the public on the Mount Polley Mine breach are scheduled in the Cariboo region. The first takes place Sunday, Nov. 23 at the Likely community hall from 2 to 4 p.m. The second one will be on Monday, Nov. 24,

at the Cariboo Memorial Complex Gibraltar Room in Williams Lake from 7 to 9 p.m. Hosted by the Minister of Environment Mary Polak, along with Cariboo North MLA Coralee Oakes and Cariboo-Chilcotin MLA Donna Barnett, both meetings are being billed as open houses to discuss the ongoing work and next steps to mitigate the breach

and environmental remediation. On Aug. 4, the tailings storage facility at the copper and gold mine gave way, releasing 24 million cubic metres of water and tailings into nearby Polley Lake, Hazeltine Creek, Quesnel Lake and Quesnel River. At both meetings there will be presentations by the Ministry of Environment and Mount Polley

Mine Corporation, while representatives from the Ministry of Energy and Mines, Interior Health and the Cariboo Regional District will be available to answer questions. A representative from Fisheries and Oceans Canada will attend the meeting in Williams Lake. Coffee and tea will be provided at both meetings.

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Gentles in court Monica Lamb-Yorski Staff Writer The highly anticipated trial of Martin William Michael Gentles is scheduled to get underway in Williams Lake Supreme Court Monday. Several witnesses are expected to take the stand in what is expected to be a fourweek trial as Gentles defends the charges against him; including dangerous driving caus-

ing death, dangerous driving causing bodily harm, impaired driving causing death, causing an accident resulting in death, impaired driving causing bodily harm, causing an accident resulting in bodily harm, and failure to stop at the scene of an accident. The charges stem from an incident that occurred more than two years ago on April 22, 2012 on Carson Drive in Williams Lake where

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Rayel MacDonald, 20, was killed and her friend Alysha Mullet, who was 19 years old at the time, was seriously injured when struck by a vehicle. Both women were enrolled in the nursing program at Thompson Rivers University in Williams Lake at the time. Gentles has selected to be tried by judge alone. He was 23 at the time when the incident occurred in 2012.

Emergency crews respond to a vehicle collision at the intersection of Highway 20 and Hodgson Road Tuesday afternoon. For a short time Highway 20 was reduced to one lane of traffic as crews worked to clear the scene. There is no word on the condition of vehicle occupants.

Changes to liquor store hours slated for April BC Liquor Store to receive extended hours; allowed to open Sunday

Monica Lamb-Yorski Staff Writer Starting in April the BC Liquor Store in Williams Lake will open Sundays and extend its weekday hours, said manager Dan Davis following a provincial government announcement outlining changes to liquor sales in the province. April 1, 2015, will

mark the first day that grocery stores are allowed to sell liquor through the storewithin-a-store model and on that same day, restrictions will be lifted on BC Liquor Stores, allowing them to offer refrigeration and to stay open longer hours, including on Sundays. “Our store here is a major beer store for

that half-store walkin cooler type thing, we’ll be high on the list for that,” Davis said Thursday from the Borland Street store location. He envisions being open Sundays for about five hours like the BC Liquor Signature Stores did when they first started and staying open until 8 or 9 p.m. on other eve-

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nings. As an organization, BC Liquor Stores have been wanting to extend hours but have been operating with one hand tied behind their back, Davis said. “I think the union and staff are all for it, even the Sundays, and it’s something that’s mandated from our head office so it’s not something we’d have a

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AN APPLE A DAY... If we have an injury, our blood platelets are important in helping the blood to clot. Platelet levels can drop due to disease, kidney dysfunction or even drinking too much alcohol. Blood transfusions can increase platelet levels but researchers are working on new ways of making human platelets using human stem cells. If successful, it will reduce the demand for donor blood. Bladder control isn’t always easy for some people. Sometimes it’s just a sneeze, a cough or sudden laughter that will cause urine to flow and it can be embarrassing. To have better bladder control, keep your weight in control. Don’t smoke. Smoking can double your chances of developing incontinence. Keep active. Keep coffee and alcohol consumption down. These can irritate the bladder. Men can get breast cancer too. Here’s a few things to watch for: nipples turning inward; puckering of the skin in the breast area; nipples becoming red or scaly; discharge from the nipples. See your doctor for a check-up. Early detection means there are more options for early successful treatment. There are two vaccines that seniors should get. One is the vaccine against pneumonia. The other is the anti-shingles vaccine which is recommended for all adults over 60 with no immune system problems. You may have to pay for it yourself although some private drug plans may cover it. Talk to our pharmacists about these and other vaccines. Vaccines do work and save much pain and health costs down the road.

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and private retailers who pick up from us and I don’t know what the impact on them will be with the changes,” Davis said. Mothers Against Drunk Drivers has concerns about increasing access to liquor sales in B.C. “The public might think all these changes are really good until you start to see

more impaired driving, more problems with alcohol,” MADD CEO Andy Murie said Thursday. “With more availability and longer hours of sale, the evidence usually shows the problems.” It’s all new and won’t go into effect until April 2015, however, Murie said MADD is worried about what could happen.

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Boitanio Mall thief arrested after break and enter A 32-year-old male is RCMP responded to an in custody after an arrest alarm at the mall where WilliamsMall Lakeearly GO#2the suspect was believed at Boitanio Pub.: Williams LaketoTribune: Thursday. still be inside. AtInsertion: approximately “Officers21,made Friday,5November 2014 an a.m. the Williams Lake immediate patrol to the

mall and found one of the main doors at the front of the mall unlocked,” Sgt. Rick LeBeuf said in a press release. When the police en-

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out incident and in possession of several items taken from at least two stores located in the mall. The male is wellknown to police, the RCMP said.

Oliver Street at 5:39 a.m. Sunday. When police attended they discovered glass on the ground, but no item was recovered nearby that may have been used to break the glass. The bus shelter across the street did not appear to be damaged, however, investigations revealed other bus shelters at Yorston Street and Third Avenue South, Cameron Street and Second Avenue North, Maple Street

Bus shelters vandalized Several bus shelters were vandalized in Williams Lake late Saturday and into Sunday, the RCMP said Tuesday. The RCMP were first alerted to damage on

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Child pornography charges against Williams Lake man plea. His next appearance is scheduled for Dec. 3. Dunbar was one of 11 men charged in B.C. in June 2014 following a lengthy child pornography investigation called Operation Snapshot III. The operation, which began in February 2014, involved 40 police agencies across the country.

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Ferry cuts prove costly for Chilcotin Coast Monica Lamb-Yorski Staff Writer An economic impact study released this week indicates ferry cuts have cost more than they saved in the Cariboo-Chilcotin Coast region. The study, commissioned by the West Chilcotin Tourism Association, showed in this first year alone, the cuts made to the Discovery Coast Passage route (Route 40) cost the region $3.3 million in lost economic activity and $3.9 million in lost tourism revenue. “That amount

doesn’t factor in another $870,000 that has not been collected in municipal, provincial and federal taxes for 2014,” said Beat Steiner, co-owner of the Tweedsmuir Park Lodge in the Bella Coola Valley. When the provincial government announced the closure of Route 40 it justified the cut, saying it would result in a savings of $725,000 a year. “The damage that’s been caused by closing the route has far surpassed that savings,” Steiner said, noting when the gov-

ernment was finalizing the ferry cuts, Steiner was in Europe promoting the area’s tourism. “We’ve had the rug pulled from under us and it’s been very disappointing,” he said, adding Bella Coola is at the end of a 450 kilometre dead end road now because with the ferry cuts there’s only one way in and one way out. NPD leader John Horgan criticized the Liberals, saying they promised to improve and sustain ferry services, but they didn’t bother to do an economic impact study

before cutting ferry routes. “The expectation of those people working to grow the economy on the North Island or in Cariboo Chilcotin Coast region had expectation the government would consult with them before taking reckless action that’s going to lead to a reduction in the ability to attract new customers and new revenues to their communities,” Horgan said. Responding in question period Monday Transportation Minister Todd Stone said the Queen of

Water quality predicted to deteriorate Monica Lamb-Yorski Staff Writer As winter approaches, Quesnel Lake could become cloudier, according to a three-page report released by Mount Polley Mining Corporation (MPMC). The report, Quesnel Lake Cloudiness at Lake Overturn, suggests when warmer surface waters be-

gin to cool and wind storms occur, it will be easier for sediments and turbid water sitting at the bottom of Quesnel Lake to move upwards. “Initially we expect this to be more prevalent in the area near Likely and then involving a greater portion of the West Arm,” a computer simulation diagram in the report notes.

It is also expected exchanges of water will take place within the main body of the lake, that clearer water will move from the eastern basin into the West Arm and a corresponding amount of turbid water will move east, although at very low turbidity levels. “By the middle of 2015, the cloudiness of the surface water

is expected to begin to subside and by the summer of 2015 conditions at the lake surface are expected to have returned to normal,” according to the report. The computer modelling also predicts rising turbidity levels for the Quesnel River in late November and December, that are expected to subside mid January.

Chilliwack, needed to be replaced, and the replacement cost on that vessel was $100 million. “Now, the amortization cost that rolls through on Ferries’ books is about $7 million per year, which would take the loss from the current $7.35 million up to about $14.5 million.” This was all to move about 500 or 600 vehicles on that straight shot, he added. Stone said his government is going to continue to make those tough decisions and cutting the Discovery Coast Route

was a tough one. “From day one I said, on behalf of government, there were going to be impacts,” Stone said. “But I want to also say that we have extended our hands to the tour operators from the Bella Coola–Williams Lake corridor. “The minister of tourism has been up there and met with the operators. I’ve been up there. We invested $100,000 through Destination B.C. to assist with marketing, and we’re going to continue to work with operators.”

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Spare a thought for those without Finding the balance between taking care of our families, spoiling our children, and thinking of others in a charitable way is tough. As holiday shopping fires up, we are bombarded with promotions from local stores, craft markets around Williams Lake, and charitable need. Children are telling parents that they “need” the next big thing under the tree, while the Salvation Army’s warehouse is near empty, in need of donations. For those with the means, gift buying can get out of control as we get caught up in the shopping fervour. For those without, some parents hope they can get access to anything at all to give their children over the holidays. But there are simple ways to help and Williams Lake and area residents always do pitch in. For example, the Williams Lake Stampeders and Heartland Toyota have partnered up for this Satur-

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What to do when the city of Williams Lake is cold His initials were JJP, and I knew absolutely nothing about him or Vietnam. It was the mid-1960s, and getting close to the holidays. My nose was supposedly buried in a schoolbook, but once in a while I would raise my sights and look at the news, or spend a dreamy day on a California beach. The war was in full swing; it had already blasted away for eight of its 18 years, and protesters were everywhere. I’m not much for fighting, or politics, but my mailbox that morning brought me a small surprise. It was a commercial advertising envelope, something like those we receive from the Canadian Cancer Society or the Heart and Stroke Foundation.

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But this was different — an invitation to become personally involved in support of someone who might be suffering. Happy that it someone else and not me, I read on. For $4 I could support a captured soldier and receive a bracelet marked either MIA or POW (missing in action or pris-

oner of war). So I did. In a few weeks it came in the mail — small, made of cheap metal, with a name inscribed on it. It simply said John J Pitchford, and carried a date, Dec. 20, 1965 — the date his world caved in. Now, this was a pickle! Who was this fellow anyway? I knew nothing of him, and the Internet had scarcely been dreamt of. How is a person supposed to help someone they don’t know, have no access to, and will likely never meet? There was no address for his family, so I decided all I could do was pray. I wondered if those prayers went anywhere, or did any good, but pray I did, until many

years later I lost the crumpled metal in a move. And all was forgotten. More years passed. While seeking an army entrance test for one of my sons, the two of us walked into a serviceman’s office in Mississippi. The receptionist had the same last name as the one I had worn on my arm for years. Feeling a bit stupid, I asked if she knew someone named John Joseph Pitchford. Her eyes grew large, she asked how I knew that name, and the story tumbled out. Colonel J.J. Pitchford had been captured and suffered for years in POW camps, but returned to an exuberant welcome from his family and friends in Pensacola, Florida, and a highway named after him.

I had driven on it, and never noticed. Never met him. Never knew him. Never even saw a picture of him. Still haven’t. But in spite of all those years of impossibilities, he came home. Safe. Whole. That war is long over, but there are others. Folded hands are a good start, but perhaps we could unfold them for needy ones we haven’t even met. And if there isn’t someone to pray for, (JJP has gone to his rest), a cold Williams Lake is still here. Because the needs last far beyond December, even without a bracelet. Rita Corbett is a freelance columnist with the Tribune/ Weekend Advisor (LOL@wltribune.com.)

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Public left in dark on mine cleanup plan Editor: I am writing this letter to follow up on Bonnie Rolston’s letter of Nov 11, 2014. I commiserate and agree with her sentiments regarding the divisions within the community, since the effects of the Mount Polley dam breach, but what needs to be identified is the cause of these widely varied and obviously passionate opinions. Basically it comes down to a huge lack of trust in Imperial Metals (IMC) and both the provincial and federal governments, due in part to their reticence to provide full information and/or promised assistance in a timely and open manner. There is no doubt there is a lot going on at the mine site to remediate consequences of the dam breach, and that everyone is working very hard on this project. But in respect to the overall remediation of the tailings pond, Polley Lake, Hazeltine Creek and Quesnel Lake, where are they going, what do they need to do to get there, and what is the plan on how they will get there? Where is the draft comprehensive mitigation plans for review by the public, relevant past inspection documents, timely updates of mitigation efforts on-site including studies and plans related to reducing effects of the breach on the environment (i.e. stopping flow of all solids, not just 80 per cent, into Quesnel Lake), and timely distribution of monitoring and test results, such as WQ and bioassay data? Community meetings in Likely have spread out to six to eight week intervals and the weekly Ministry of Environment reports on the Imperial Metals website

have become exceedingly short on hard data, facts and interpretation. My observation is that the IMC management and scientific team is fully engaged and working at or beyond capacity, but that IMC has obviously limited the resources they are committing to the mitigation efforts at that level, as noted by the deficiencies listed above. They need to provide more capacity within this team. It seems to me at this point, quickly protecting the environment with the best technology available should be the highest priority. Quite a number of B.C. provincial politicians and senior ministry officials, right up to the Premier, were in Likely in the days immediately following the breach. They ensured the cleanup would be completed correctly and Likely would be supported. But in reality it appears all that hot air has wafted over to smooth concerns in Alaska and to promote business in China, leaving Likely in the lurch. It would also appear the two ministries (Environment and Mines) most directly involved in the Mount Polley operations and remediation also are suffering from lack of adequate resources. I do commend IMC in regards to their efforts to provide drinking water to those residents affected by the degradation of the water in Quesnel Lake. Prior to the breach Quesnel Lake water was very clear with a turbidity readings approaching zero. Because of the turbidity change, Interior Health should not be saying the Quesnel Lake water is drinkable. Just looking at the green/gray lake

water now certainly does not provide a sense of trust, particularly with the expectation the turbidity is likely to jump from the reported present four NTU or so to as high as 20 NTU (IMC, Nov. 14, 2014) over the next few months. The lack of active participation by DFO and Environment Canada Enforcement is also extremely obvious. What are they doing to ensure the flow of solids into Quesnel Lake is fully stopped in as short a time period as possible? The public needs to be educated on the breach remediation through full engagement of all parties, ensuring open, complete and transparent dissemination of information as discussed above. They need to provide more ca-

pacity within this team, and if it is a financial limitation. It seems to me at this point, quickly protecting the environment with the best technology available should be the highest priority compared to spending $18 million on providing improved shareholder value (stock buy back, Oct. 16, 2014). I fully supported the operation of Mount Polley before the breach, and I fully support their developing plans for expediting startup by temporarily bypassing the tailings pond. There are certainly synergies of operations and cash flow that will assist IMC in the remediation, as well as the obvious benefits to the workers and local economy. I would also like to again thank

all those volunteers in the community who jumped right in to handle the emergency response during the initial breach, as well as all volunteers who continue to work to improve the community during these difficult times. I fully expect Quesnel Lake and Likely will recover, and in the longer term Likely will continue to “… pull together as a family for the future of our children … and many generations to follow.” Doug Watt Likely resident and Quesnel Lake property owner - Not a Mount Polley employee, but still unemployed due to the breach.

Election prediction realized following Saturday’s vote One week ago today civic election candidates were a little nervous with only one day left before the election. Now it’s over, there are no trepidation trembles. Many were not surprised at the final results of the mayoralty race, although many I talked with just days before the election said it would be a race between Surinderpal Rathor and Walt Cobb. The results were tabulated on the computer and we didn’t have to wait long to find out who were the winners. In some ways the old ballot box by ballot box counting was slow but it did create some interesting emotions on election night as the contestants had some cheering and let downs

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along the way to the final results. I was at Walt Cobb’s store awaiting the results with folks who had worked on his campaign or were strong supporters. At one point Walt disappeared into one of the old change booths in the former

men’s store to take a call where it would be quiet ... after all it was the Tribune calling. Seconds later Walt bounded out of the booth, jumped into the air with his arms above his head, yelling: “We won, we won, we won.” I have worked with Walt on all his campaigns since his previous mayor days and I have seen the many ups and some downs associated with his political career but I have never seen him so incredibly happy about a victory. Wished we could have recorded that moment. Ivan Bonnell came over to Walt’s celebration and there was some interesting discussions regarding the outcome of the election. When Walt was mayor previ-

ously in the horse and buggy age, Ivan and Scott Nelson were on his council. Congratulations to Walt on his victory and kudos to Kerry Cook for running a third time for mayor and her hard work and dedication to the city during her term. Also of course thanks to Surinderpal for his 21 years of being elected to city council.  He worked very hard in his position for a long time. Walt didn’t waste much time getting back into the political machinations at city hall and said he will meet with each councillor prior to setting out the portfolio for each of them. Swearing in for the new council will be on Dec 2. Well done also to those neo-

phyte politicians elected to council for the first time. Jason Ryll Chamber of Commerce past president along with businessman Craig Smith, came just behind Scott Nelson who topped the councillor polls as I had predicted prior to the election. A big thanks to everyone who ran for mayor, council, regional district and school board. Way to go Steve Forseth on your regional district win. A round of applause for everyone who got out to vote and for those of you who couldn’t find the time to exercise your democratic right ... a big hiss boo. Ken Wilson is a freelance columnist with the Tribune/Weekend Advisor.


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NOTICES Canadian Cancer Society’s Fruit Cakes and Truffles for Christmas will be arriving in November. Cake boxes contain one light and one dark cake. Truffles contain 1 box each of chocolate, orange and cappuccino. Order early as they go quickly. Please phone in your orders to 250-392-3442 or fax 250-3923400. We are located at 176 North 4th Ave. Operation Christmas Child - fill 1 shoe box it could well be a child’s only gift. We have shoe boxes and brochures for you to pick up. Deadline to return your shoebox to Cariboo Bethel Church is Nov. 21. Open Tues-Fri 9am-5pm. Closed 12noon-1pm. 833 Western Ave. WL. Call 250-398-6731 for more info.

A group of women who hosted a Diwali Festival of Lights dinner fundraiser at the Seniors Activity Centre Sunday, Nov. 2 recently donated $5,000 to the Cariboo Foundation Hospital Trust for Cariboo Memorial Hospital. In the back row are trust representative Carol Taphorn, Harbhajan Hunjen, Surinder Randhawa, Parmjit Mangat, Jaswinder Boyal, Ranie Lehal, Sharen Rai, trust representative Rick Nelson, and Amarjit Khakh. Presenting and receiving the cheque in the front row are Satwant Salari (left), Paven Sra, and trust representative Joy Henning. The one-day event organized by women for women, included dinner, skits, and door prizes. Traditionally, Diwali is the Hindu festival of traditional oil lamps held over four days during October or November. It signifies the triumph of good over evil and stands for the light of knowledge opposed to the darkness of ignorance. Goddess Lakshmi is worshipped on Diwali festival and her blessings are sought for prosperity, wealth and abundance. Diwali followed came about as the result of several incidents over time leading up to an event involving the sixth guru Har Gobind, which is commemorated as Bhandi Chhor (Chhorr) by Sikhs worldwide during Diwali. Diwali is always celebrated on a dark moonless night (Amasvasya) and marks the return of Lord Ram to Ayodhya, after his having vanquished the demon, Ravan.

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Ten Thousand Villages Craft Sale, Fair Trade Merchandise from over 35 countries. Cariboo Bethel Church Banquet Room, 833 Western Ave. 250-398-6731. Nov. 20, 21 and 22. Thursday & Friday 3-8pm, Saturday 10-4pm. Fair Trade Goods from Third World People. St. Peter’s Anglican Church Women Tea/ Bazaar Sat. Nov 22nd from 11 am - 2pm 549 Carson Drive Sat. Nov. 22. Fancy Tea, Bake Table, Crafts, Attic Treasures, Raffle Draw. Cariboo White Cane Chapter - Pot Luck. Join us 11am at Sunset Manner, Sat. Nov. 22. Have fun and see what we are about. Call Denise at 250-989-1363 for more info. Wildwood Elementary School Christmas craft/bake fair 10 am to 4pm. Nov. 29. Tables are limited. Concession and bake sale. To donate bake goods or for table booking call Marlene 250-989-5173 or text 250-267-4301. All proceeds go to the students for extra curricula activities. Looking forward to seeing you there.

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this celebration. WL Christian Women’s Club Presents: “Busy Hands and Warm Hearts” Special Feature: Silent Auction (All proceeds to Stonecroft Canada) Speaker: Sharon Farncombe - “I Once Was Blind But Now I See” Music: Paul Park. Nov. 25 9:0011:00 a.m. Cariboo Bethel Church Banquet Room, Western Ave. Includes breakfast and program. Reservations are necessary and should be honoured, canceled or used by a friend. Call Eve at 250-392-7575 to reserve. Complimentary on-site baby sitting is available. Pet Photos with Santa - Sat. Nov. 29th from 9am to 3pm at WL Veterinary Hospital 306 N. Broadway (back door). Support your local SPCA. Photography donated by About Face. Williams Lake Indian Band Elders Group – Christmas Bazaar Fundraiser November 29 @ Elizabeth Grouse Gymnasium 2674 Indian Drive Williams Lake from 10:00 am—3:00 pm. Come on out and show case your crafts or shop for that unique Christmas Gift. Concession, 50/50 Draw, Loonie Auction also available. To rent a table contact Roxanne Stobie at (250) 296-3507 ext 101 (Roxanne.Stobie@williamslakeband.ca) or Sally Wynja 250-296-4628. The Williams Lake SDA Church is sponsoring  a “Healthy Bite Vegetarian Supper Club.” November 30. Anticipate the Holidays in good health! It’s Potluck PLUS! Bring the recipe and a dish to share. Supper Club meets at 6pm the last Sunday of every month (except December. At 782 9th Ave N. For more information please call 778-412-5279. MEETINGS Miocene Community Club AGM November 21, a 7pm at Miocene Community Hall. For more information contact Brenda at 250296-3109. The Social Planning Council’s AGM is Nov. 24th from 11:30 - 1:30pm at the City. Presentation topics include local employment and poverty reduction. Everyone is invited to attend. For more information please call 250-243-2126 or email spc-coordinator@xplornet.com. RSVP is not required unless you would like complimentary lunch. WL Social Housing Society, AGM Tuesday, November 25 at Noon. Glendale Place #35-2004 N. 3rd Ave.

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Princess Pine Eastern Star members Elaine Cawley (left, Beth Schaefer, and Worthy Matron Sandy Fowler with a cheque for $336 which they are donating to Chiwid Transition House. The money was raised through a special project initiated by the Worthy Grand Matron of B.C. and Yukon. Her special project was a shoe challenge. Members donated 50 cents for every pair of shoes they owned. Each chapter chose the organization to which they would donate the money they raised. The local chapter chose Chiwid House.

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Katie Blaxland and Max, 2, is thrilled with his new ceramic snowman by local potter Jude Prevost purchased at a recent craft fair. Prevost will be at the Medieval Market this weekend.

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Williams Lake Stampeders defenceman Caleb Roy (left) battles along the boards with Lac La Hache Tomahawk Phil Morrison during a 9-4 Stampeders home-ice win on Sunday.

ARIES - Mar 21/Apr 20 Put your vitality and conspicuous nature to good use, Aries. Volunteer for a cause or donate your time to a worthy organization. Expect others to follow your lead. TAURUS - Apr 21/May 21 Now is not the time to keep your feelings under wraps, Taurus. If you have an opinion, share it. Fortunately there are plenty of people willing to lend you an ear.

GEMINI - May 22/Jun 21 Being hot then cold is sometimes the Gemini way. Shifting feelings and being mercurial is just how you’re made, and those who call you friend will have to adapt.

CANCER - Jun 22/Jul 22 Cancer, you are full of ideas this week and you can put them to good use by being as vocal as you can at work. Suggest a brainstorming session with other employees.

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The building of a new school on the Anaham Reserve is underway and should be completed by next September in time for the school year. “We started on Aug. 18 and expect to be completed in time for the start of next year’s school year,” said Mark Richards (above), site superintendent for Greyback Construction Ltd. out of Penticton.

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Staff from Little Moccasins Learning Centre take some time last week to volunteer at the Salvation Army Soup Kitchen. The SA is always looking for volunteers to help.

LEO - Jul 23/Aug 23 Leo, be genuine and speak from the heart this week. Your compassion for other people’s feelings will help a dear friend who will be grateful and appreciative of your kindness. VIRGO - Aug 24/Sept 22 Do not judge a book by its cover, Virgo. That person you have been checking out is entirely different from what you first imagined. It’s time to delve deeper.

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LIBRA - Sept 23/Oct 23 The element of surprise can work well for your love life this week, Libra. Do something unexpected, and you and your significant other will be happy with the results.

SCORPIO - Oct 24/Nov 22 Scorpio, make some changes to your fitness routine this week so you don’t find yourself in a fitness funk. Switch the yoga mat for some cardio and vice versa.

SAGITTARIUS - Nov 23/Dec 21 Sagittarius, if you are feeling a bit bored by your relationship, take the initiative to stir things up a bit. Go to a concert or plan a short jaunt to a tropical locale.

CAPRICORN - Dec 22/Jan 20 Someone you know may have gotten in over his or her head and can probably use your help right now, Capricorn. Help this person come up with some solutions to the problem. AQUARIUS - Jan 21/Feb 18 Aquarius, shake up your routine and you may be surprised by how much you enjoy the changes. In fact, you just may look at everything from an entirely new perspective. PISCES - Feb 19/Mar 20 Pisces, though you cannot afford that especially pricey treat you’ve had your eyes on, you can afford something a little more modest. ARIES - Mar 21/Apr 20

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Residents protest during board meeting Monica Lamb-Yorski Staff Writer 150 Mile House residents attended the Cariboo Regional District board meeting Friday to silently protest the activities of a neighbour on Valley Road. Outside in the hallway, members of the group alleged they are experiencing a loss of property values and are concerned about spills and damage to the creek — which will affect drinking water for cattle downstream. At a meeting on Nov. 7, neighbours told CRD director Joan Sorley about heavy truck traffic operating from the property in the middle of the night, and an increase of night-time logging-truck traffic along residential streets — including violations of road signs. The concerned residents wanted to appear

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150 Mile House residents silently protest a neighbour’s activities during a recent Cariboo Regional District board meeting. as a delegation before the board, however, CRD chair Al Richmond said they were

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the community with a better rental space, increasing capacity for Tatla Lake to host larger events. The grant was approved through Northern Development’s Community Halls and Recreation Facilities program. Additionally, NDIT approved a $17,000 grant to fund a roof replacement at the Big Lake Community Hall.

The community hall houses the local post office and the Big Lake branch of the Cariboo Regional District’s library network. The hall also doubles as the community’s school gymnasium and recreation facility. The grant was approved through Northern Development’s Community Halls and Recreation Facilities program.

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Flora and fauna Angie Mindus photo

A couple of horses watch a young buck as it helps Deer Park Ranch live up to its name recently. The area is also home to the Deer Park Wildlife Reserve which is connected to the Junction Wildlife Management area. The areas are being managed to maintain the diversity of flora and fauna in the area.

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Off-road vehicle registration underway Monica Lamb-Yorski Staff Writer An insurance office in Williams Lake said it has seen about three or four people arriving each day to register off-road vehicles under the province’s new registration system since it kicked off Monday. “I had expected to see more, but it’s not mandatory until June

2, 2015,” Western Financial Group’s Sandy MacDonald told the Tribune Wednesday. A one-time combined plate and registration cost of $48 will reduce implementation costs and allow off-vehicle owners to register at any of the 900-plus ICBC insurance brokers in the province, the government said in a press release.

The government also said the changes will allow off-road vehicle operators greater access to highways, including the ability to cross a highway without having to obtain an operation permit if the crossing is controlled by a stop sign or traffic light. Cross a highway where local police authorize through an operation permit. Load

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implemented in stages, the government said. “Future regulations will follow that will flesh out ORV rules of operation, safety standards, penalties and conditions of use for a wide range of modern ORVs, including snowmobiles, all-terrain vehicles or quads, dirt bikes and side-by-sides such as Rhinos and Argos.”

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Remembrance Day 2014 Missing Man Formation photographed from the air.

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SABATINO: Proud parents Caitlin and Greg Sabatino are excited to announce the arrival of their daughter, Mackenzie Elizabeth Sabatino, born Oct. 8 at 10:40 p.m. weighing seven pounds, five ounces and measuring 20 inches. First-time grandparents Ken and Karen Day of Williams Lake and Mike and Annette Sabatino of Kamloops are smitten with their grandchild. Auntie Jennifer Sabatino and uncle Morgan Day look forward to babysitting.

Correction In the Wednesday, Nov. 19 edition of the Tribune in the story: “Stamps donate free tickets” we incorrectly identified members of Big Brothers Big Sisters as members of the Boys and Girls Club

of Williams Lake and District. Each game the Williams Lake Stampeders provide free tickets to Williams Lake Minor Hockey Association teams and Big Brothers Big Sisters.

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Chamber Chatter: congratulations to new city council Welcome to our new members: Jag and Maverick Trucking Inc. and Wyatt Marketing Inc. Congratulations to our new 2015 president Angela Sommer and our board. Work will start in December to review the strategic plan and identifying our priorities. Our year end is Nov. 30 and the 2015 membership dues and decals will be sent out Dec. 1. The member to member program is continuing in 2015. There are no

CHAMBER CHATTER

fees to participate so if you are interested contact the chamber office at 250-392-5025. Congratulations to the new city council, we look forward to working with you all. We look forward to hearing more on the referendum that 68 per cent of voters gave a “yes” for the

borrowing bylaw to go ahead. We invite members and guests to attend our meeting and luncheon on Nov. 27 from 11:45 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Signal Point Restaurant. We will be having the installation of officers with mayor Kerry Cook officiating.

Sacred Heart Catholic Church Priests: Father Derrick Cameron Father Boniface Ogbenna Sunday Mass 9:30 and 7:00 pm Saturdays 5:00 pm anticipated for Sunday 450 Pigeon Ave. 250-398-6806 sacredheartwl.ca

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Our speaker is Tony Gugliotta senior vicepresident, business development for YVR Airport. His focus is on three major projects: Automated Passport Control, the Designer Outlet Centre and Land Management. Chamber meetings provide a great opportunity to meet other members and share what’s going on in Williams Lake and area.  Members can enter the Chamber Chatter draw sponsored by the Wil-

liams Lake Tribune and Vista radio; you could win the business profile for the next Chamber Chatter. We ask that you help us and the restaurant by providing your RSVP by Tuesday; call 250-392-5025 or e-mail visitors@telus.net to reserve your seat. November Chamber Chatter Business Profile is Retirement Concepts Retirement Concepts has grown to become one of the largest pro-

viders of seniors’ housing and support services in B.C., with 20 sites across the province. We have expanded our business in Alberta, and have plans to continue to grow and diversify to include new services such as Concerts in Care, Dementia Programs, Farm to Table Enhanced Dining Program, Intergenerational Program, Restorative Care-Skilled Nursing Programs, Service Excellence Program and many more. Come by and visit

when you have some time to see what our complex of care has to offer. Best wishes, Laurette Vike, marketing manager for the Williams Lake Seniors Village. The Williams Lake and District Chamber of Commerce is The Voice of Business in Williams Lake and area. We promote the well being of business in Williams Lake and District; and foster a work, stay and play at home atmosphere to all residents.

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Falling Leaves About a month ago, the trees in our yard were in their ‘leaf falling’ stage. Fallen leaves covered the ground, some were still falling, and others were twirling in the slight breeze of the day. The next day, however, a wind storm came up and blew most of the leaves off the trees. I say ‘most’ because while about ninety percent blew off, the remaining ten percent seemed to be hanging on with desperation. No matter how the winds gusted, these leaves clung on to the branch with tenacity. Weeks later, after many wind and rain storms, they remained on the tops of the trees with a dogged determination to survive. It put me in mind of what the Bible says about the follower of Jesus: keep on keeping on! In the letters to the seven churches in Revelation, Jesus constantly tells them to hang on, to overcome, and to triumph over adversity. In the Parable of the Sower, Jesus talks about the different levels of acceptance of the truth of the gospel for life. Some hear the gospel but do not believe it. Others hear it but have no root; they rejoice in the gospel news of freedom but when times of testing come, they fall away.

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BY GERRIT APPERLOO Others do well for a time, even in testing, but then the testing becomes too much and they too fall. It is only some who last, who remain firm in their faith till the end of their lives. When he was speaking about the end times and the tribulations, the testing which would come upon the world, Jesus said, “….he who stands firm till the end will be saved.” The true gospel never makes the claim that if you accept Jesus you will have a life of ease, with all your problems fading away. Instead, the gospel promise is that you will not have to face

the issues and problems of life on your own! You will have the “Strong One” walking beside you, carrying you through the most difficult times and helping you to overcome and walk in victory through them. Jesus said “Take my yoke upon you” - in other words, “walk with me, using my strength to help you”. Jude writes these words about Jesus and his followers: “To him who is able to keep you from falling….” Jesus is able to keep us from falling. We can cling to him, tenaciously, determinedly, with everything we have. He will help us do that if we call on him when we run out of strength. It is his grasp on us that allows us to endure and to overcome. The leaves on our trees refused to let the storms knock them off the tree; we need to make sure that the storms of life don’t pull us away from the vine from which we get our nourishment and strength – Jesus, the true vine. So call on him, call out to him. Seek him and all he has to offer you. Feel free to call one of the churches for help in coming to Jesus.

Gerrit Apperloo is Pastor of the Likely Chapel Please send questions to: editor@wltribune.com The views expressed in this column are not necessarily the views of all the churches in the ministerial association.

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Lady Pirates of the Caribbean coming up With the Studio Theatre’s dinner theatre wrapping up this weekend, theatre lovers will be glad to know that another fun live stage event is on the horizon. The Maranatha Players are proudly presenting the musical Lady Pirates of the Caribbean during the first two weeks in December. As always the Maranatha Christian School players present a polished production with great singing and theatrics directed by Becky Strickland. Lady Pirates of the Caribbean was written by Craig Sodaro with music and lyrics by Bill Francouer. With lively songs, comic dance and plenty of action the play promises to be a “blast” for performers and audience alike as a band of lady pirates outthinks and outfights their male counterparts. Nine zesty songs add energy and fun to the story of how the Lawless Ladies recover the Queen’s chest of gold

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doubloons sent to feed starving orphans. The show’s nine songs include: Lady of the Sweet Trade, The Pink Pelican, Señoritas from Madrid, A Full House in the Dungeon, Ghost Ship in the Night and more! Lady Pirates of the Caribbean runs at the school Dec. 4, 5, and

6 at 7 p.m. each evening; Dec. 11 and 12 at 7 p.m. each evening and wraps up on Dec. 13 with two shows, a matinee at 1 p.m. and the evening show at 8 p.m. Tickets are available at The Open Book; $8 for students and seniors and $10 for adults.

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Peter and Betty Turatus are pleased to announce the marriage of their daughter, Ashlee Turatus, to Rob Hyde on Oct. 31, 2014. Yes, that was Halloween. This was just another event for the Turatus women, with the planning which began a year ago. They started with unique coffin invitations that Guillaume Bayle, Ashlee’s Rotary Exchange “brother” created. The hunt for the dress was an adventure, for the bride couldn’t decide if the dress should go with the theme or be traditionally timeless. Crystal, Ashlee’s sister, helped with the search and had to listen to all the things that Ashlee didn’t want in a dress. In the end the perfect dress was found by Ashlee’s godmother and aunt, Shirley. The discussion of the

Rob Hyde and Ashlee Turatus celebrate their wedding Halloween night. theme went between Halloween and Star Wars. Rob chose Halloween and Ashlee incorporated Star Wars throughout the night, starting with the ceremony. The Turatus’ ladies held countless craft

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fantasy. Ghosts were hung, forests appeared with air, and a candy cave for all was created as well as a play-land for the children. For it was to be a family affair. The ceremony was held at the Free Evangelical Church on 11th Avenue where Pastor (Bubba) Dan Smith officiated. Bubba brought jokes into the ceremony which made people laugh. The bride and groom walked down aisle to Heavy Metal Cannon in D and left to the Star Wars Theme song. Ashlee’s brother Matt and Rob’s brother-in-law, Rowan, held Lightsabers at the end of the hall for the bridal party to walk under. Now for the party. To sum it up, the father-of-the-bride gave the shortest fourworded speech in the history of wedding speeches but made up for it in his choice of the father/daughter dance. A presentation by Rob’s aunt Kathy was given from Grandma Hyde as she couldn’t attend. She sent herself in a picture with a variety of Halloween poses. Rob’s godfather, Ken presented him with a Haida Gwaii symbol necklace from his heritage. Rob’s sister, Marcie, gave an awesome speech roasting the

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groom with anecdotes of what their future children will be called in school. Guests travelled for the event from Alberta, Prince George, Kamloops, various cities on the Coast, Nanaimo and Haida Gwaii and Rotary exchange student Guillaume Bayle even skyped in for the ceremony from France. As in any event that the Turatus family hosts, there are endless friends and family members who help to make the event happen. Without you all the day would not have been successful as it was. A special thank you to Dale, Pepper, Bonnie and the Lamberts. Also thank you to Randy Gertzen of Adventure Charters for the shuttle bus and the safe ride home for our guests. Lynden Grosso for providing the awesome music. Brenda at Taylor Made Cakes and Sweets for the fantastic Halloween/Star Wars wedding cake and cupcakes and the Williams Lake Rotary Club for all the fantastic food. And Jana Roller for the beautiful official photos. The family would like to thank every single one of these people for all the hard work they did to help make this day special for Rob and Ashlee. Submitted by the Turatus family.


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Cowboy Christmas Concert line-up changed due to illness Alan Moberg who was originally scheduled to perform at the Museum of the Cariboo Chicotin’s 10th annual Cowboy Christmas Concert Saturday evening will be unable to attend due to illness. The country duo Leslie Ross and Jason Ruscheinsky from 100 Mile House will

perform in his place. They join cowboy poets Bruce Rolph and Jayden Stafford, and singer/songwriter and fiddler Wesley Hardisty in the concert taking place at 7 p.m. in the Gibraltar Room, Saturday, Nov. 22. The trade and craft fair runs from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. featuring cowboy crafts and

art such as paintings, blacksmithing, jewellery and more plus an open mic in the afternoon. Tickets for the evening concert are $15 and available at the museum and at the door. St. Peter’s fancy tea and bazaar

Spirit of Christmas writing contest deadline today The deadline for the Tribune’s The Spirit of Christmas creative writing contest is today, Friday, Nov. 21 at 4 p.m. There are categories for writers ages six to nine; 10 to 14, and ages 15 and over.

Stories must be no longer than 1,200 words and must adhere to the Christmas Spirit theme with a clear and original story line. Entries must be typed or neatly written and double spaced and may be illustrated with

the entrant’s original drawings or photographs. Entries can be emailed to editor@ wltribune.com or dropped off at the Williams Lake Tribune office at 188 First Avenue North.

The annual St. Peter’s Anglican Church Women’s fancy tea and bazaar featuring home baking, crafts, attic treasures and a raffle is coming up Saturday, Nov. 22 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. with the raffle being drawn at 1:30 p.m.

Lynda Archibald

Scott Goertz

Chari Kirtzinger

Scott’s Got Wood

Born a Gypsy Jewelry

Ernie Goerzen

LCSS Woodwork

Kirsten Atkins KLA Originals

Jodi Ballinger The Dandelion Bucket

Bob Beaumont Creations by Bob

Simone Benjamin & Lorne Dufour Pia Boleslawsky Dundarave Olive Co.

Lynn & Kathy Bonner Metal & Acrylics

Callie Borkowski & Chanti Hotl

Rudi Botha

Time:

Sunday, November 23, 2014 Likely Community Hall, 6281 Rosette Lake Road 2:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.

When: Monday, November 24, 2014 Where: Gibraltar Room, Cariboo Memorial Complex 525 Proctor Street, Williams Lake Time: 7:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. The Hon. Mary Polak, Minister of Environment, along with Coralee Oakes, MLA for Cariboo North, and Donna Barnett, MLA for Cariboo-Chilcotin, invite you join them to meet and discuss ongoing work, and next steps to mitigate the Mount Polley breach and environmental remediation. This community meeting will include presentations by the Ministry of Environment and the Mount Polley Mining Corporation. Representatives from the Ministry of Energy and Mines, Interior Health, and the Cariboo Regional District will also be available to answer questions. Everyone is welcomed and feedback from community members is encouraged. Coffee and tea will be provided.

Blue Rose Custom Leather Work

Wood Products

Bonnie Brisbin Pane in the Glass

Barrie Brown Scarves

Magi Buchanan Karma Naturals

Tara Burtt & Heidi Wood Splinters (upcycled furniture)

Canoe Creek Band Potatoes

Lynn Capling DLC Jewelry

Cariboo Potters Guild Emilialyn Carter Carter Kids Chooclates

Chaffee Family Simple Things

Michael Chung Baroness Ashley Hats

Karin Dayton Felting, Knitting

Willie Dye Simply Dyevine Fudge

Wendy Edginton Angel Tarot Card Readings

Tim Egerdeen Brain Food Snack Co.

Billy Feistmantl Green Sisters

Howard and Elaine Fenton A Likely Wreath

Annette Fischer

Swedish Baking, Sewn Bells

Judi Prevost /Ann Rusch Pottery

Kathy Provost

Beatrix Linde

Herbalist Kathy

Mixed Media

Designs by Charlene

Debbie Lloyd

Fern Pryndik/Gail Edinger

Chris Harris

Baskets

Handmaiden

Photography

Mackin Creek Farm

Johan Raes

Organic Produce (Carrots)

Helmcken Chocolates

Maggie Ranger

Medieval Market November 22nd & 23rd 10:00 am to 4:00 pm WL Campus, 640 Carson Drive Unique Handmade Gifts Medieval Concession Farmer’s Market

Earthdance Botanicals

Diana Richter Eclectic Fabrics

Claudia Ring Fibre Magic

Monika RoggeAnnen Knitting

Dave Rolston Rolston Carvings

Jim Savage James Savage Arts

Ken Sheen

Entertainment Saturday November 22nd 10 am ~ Christine Constabel & Sherry Taylor 11 am ~ Big Lake Symphony Orchestra Noon ~ Cariboo Men’s Choir 1:00 pm ~ Cariboo Chilctoin Youth Fiddlers 1:30 pm ~ Ebony (Teen Fiddle Group) 2:00 pm ~ WL Community Band 3 pm ~ Brandon Hoffman & Students

Hand Carved Santas

Sunday November 23rd 10 am ~ Jean Wellburn 11 am ~ Brandon Hoffman with Troy Forcier & Dena Bauman 12:00 pm ~ Carmen & Dena 1 pm ~ Oren Barter 2 pm ~ LCSS Tour Band 3:00pm ~ Lauren & Harry joined by Jin & Kevin

Goodness of Garlic

$3 Admission all proceeds to School Dist. 27 students

Shon and Iyra Organic Produce

Joe St. Germain Birdhouses

Kate Sulis/Tim Hathaway The Bread Peddler

Gail Szolsi Andrea Tallen & Coral Tallen Jewelry & Upcycled Wood Products

Michele Tenning Clay & Metal Works

Teresa Trim Just 4U Soaps

Linda Urqhuart/Don Kappan Central Interior Flour

Martin Comtois Mountain Mystics Astrology

ends, scarves, soaps, toys, games, musical instruments such as rain sticks and thumb pianos, baskets and more. Visitors can also enjoy a real mennonite farmer sausage bun and borscht at the Meno Cafe run by the youth group.

Charlene Hall

Dragonfly Framz, Books

Rapha Physical & Spiritual Healings

When: Where

countries around the world including Christmas items such as ornaments, nativity scenes, cards, streamers, tree skirts, and many other crafts such as handmade bowls, plates, mugs, wooden, metal and Kisi stone sculptures, puzzles, candle holders, book

Apple Cider Vinegar

New Paradigm Teas and Soul Food Gardens

Community Open House Notice

Ten Thousand Villages Ten Thousand Villages fair trade craft sale continues today, Friday, Nov. 21 from 3 to 8 p.m. and Saturday, Nov. 22 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. The sale features hand crafted items from developing

Brenda Henke Wild Berry Jams

Carol Herman Painted Natural Items

Eva Hoelzler Eva’s Handweaving Studio

Jurgen Hornburg Eclectic Woodwork

Tanya Iachetta Sewn Items

Barbara Jaggernath Naturekins

Joanne & Chendi Soaps and Spoons

Kim Judd Blue Spoon Catering

Leslie Mahar

Dave & Rosie Wall

Paper Airplane

Buck Ridge Ranch and Gardens

Andrea Stalker

Michael Welsh

Doonbug Designs

Sharon Mallard Shavi G Creations

Dianne Marlow Fashion For Kids

Christiane Nauen Two with Nature

Melodie Oldegbers

Fruit Guy Farms

Inge Wiggins Westwind Wool

Donna Williams Fused Glass

Sue Wolf Vintage Soul

Mason Wong

Meja – One of a Kind

Tarot & Rune Readings

Bev Pemberton and Cary Burnett

New to Old Designs

Zimonicks

Pottery

Jane Perry Cariboo Handwoven

“With the support of the Cariboo Regional District and City of Williams Lake through the Central Cariboo Arts & Culture Society.”


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Thank You

“Light’s for Life Committee” Sponsors 2014 We appreciate your support of the

Light for Life fundraising event

Diwali the “Festival of light” Williams Lake & District Credit Union Scotia Bank CIBC Best Western Hotel Sandman Inn Denny’s Restaurant Subway Kal Tire OK Tire Excelsior Jewellers Awaken Day Spa & Salon Shopper’s Drug Mart The Laughing Loon Laketown Furnishing Canwest Propane

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Medieval Market features local musicians There will be 89 artists, artisans and food producers and growers in 79 booths, plus musicians, young actors, and more participating in the annual Medieval Market this weekend. The event takes place Saturday and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Lake City Secondary Williams Lake Campus on Carson Drive. In addition to supporting artists, artisans, and growers the event raises funds for local students with the booth rentals, $3 admission fee. Made in the Cariboo Fair The Tourism Discovery Centre hosts its annual Made in the Cariboo Fair Saturday, Nov. 22 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. featuring local arts and crafts. Cataline Craft Fair The Cataline Elementary School craft fair is set for Nov. 22

Monica Lamb-Yorski photo

Lauren Neufeld and Harry Tudor sing during last year’s Medieval Market coming up again this weekend. from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Nov. 23 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Operation Christmas Shoebox donation deadline The deadline for filling Operation Christmas Shoebox donations for children in need around the world

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this season is today. People can pick up pamphlets outlining the program and empty shoe boxes to fill and then drop then off again at Cariboo Bethel Church at 833 Western Avenue. For more information call the church at 250-3986731.

Pet Photos with Santa The annual Pet Photos with Santa fundraiser to support the local BCSPCA is coming up Saturday, Nov. 29. Photos will be taken between 9 a.m. and 3 p.m. at the Williams Lake Veterinary Hospital on Broadway.

Gingerbread house decorating Of course we all know the Gingerbread Man ran away when the oven door opened, but maybe he wouldn’t have if he had a cozy home to run to! The Williams Lake SDA  Church is sponsoring  a Gingerbread House event on Dec. 7 with proceeds going toward Williams Lake Adventurers, a program designed to help young children develop well-rounded, responsible attributes. Reservations are needed by Dec. 1 while openings last. There is a choice of times on Dec. 7. Sessions will be held starting at 10:30 a.m., at 12:15 p.m., at 2 p.m. and again at 3:45 p.m. at Williams Lake Seventh Day Adventist Church, 782 Ninth Ave. North. The cost is $7. The icing, house, and candy is supplied. Please call Amy at 250302-9398 to register for this event.


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Of Gods and Men next up for film club Photo submitted

Krista Liebe Special to Tribune/Advisor The Williams Lake Film Club will be showing Of Gods and Men on Tuesday, Nov. 25. The film will be shown at the Gibraltar Room at the Cariboo Memorial Complex starting at 7 p.m. Back doors open at 6:30 p.m. Released in 2010 Of Gods and Men was awarded the Palme d’Or at the Cannes Film Festival. The language is French and Arabic, with English subtitles, the length is 122 minutes. It is a French film, the original title is Des Hommes et des Dieux. This film is based on true occurrences described in the book The Monks of Tibhirine: Faith, Love, and Terror in Algeria by John W. Kiser. It is a film about Christian-Muslim friendship in a remote community in Algeria’s Atlas Mountains in North Africa. This community was created during the Algerian war for independence when Algeria was bombed by the French and people fled to the protection of the monastery, a holy place where Christians sheltered them until they could build their own homes. Despite pleas in 1996 by both French and Algerian authorities to leave for

The Williams Lake Film Club will show the film Of God and Men on Tuesday, Nov. 25 starting at 7 p.m. in the Gibraltar Room at the Cariboo Memorial Complex. Back doors open at 6:30 p.m.

SAT. NOVEMBER 29

9am-3pm • Williams Lake Veterinary Hospital 306 North Broadway (back door) • $15 for one 5x7 ($10 for additionals)

• BC SPCA Merchandise • Calenders • Childrens CD’s Professional photography donated by About Face Photography

a safer place when threatened by Islamic extremists, the monks remained at their remote monastery out of a deep sense of commitment to their extended family of villagers who depended on them for moral, medical, and material support. Like their neighbours, the monks trembled with fear at night. They argued among themselves: does the Good Shepherd abandon his flock when the wolves come? Does a mother abandon a sick child which could infect her? Do their vows allow for them to flee to safer ground when their friends cannot? When seven of the monks were kidnapped, it was not their neighbours who

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did it. It was done by an outside group — and something went terribly wrong. As John Kiser said, universal fraternal love is the essence of Christianity and all true religion. As Abbot Christian of the monastery frequently said, if religion does not help us to live together, it is worthless. Of Gods and Men will give you much food for thought. Once more we will have old-fashioned German Advent Calendars available for you at the entrance. They are $2 each. You tape them on a window so that the light can shine through once you open the little doors. They are a total delight for children and adults alike. We have them on our window every year.

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All funds raised by the Williams Lake Film Club help to support the LDA, Williams Lake Chapter of the Association for Students with Learning Disabilities. Your help is thoroughly appreciated. A big thank you! Admission to the film is $9 for regular admission, $8 for film club members, and $6 for seniors and students both high school students and college/university students.

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Concession! FRIDAY, NOV. 28 4:00pm - 9:00pm $ 00 SATURDAY, NOV. 29 10:00am to 4:00pm ADMISSION 2 includes entry to door prizes. SUNDAY, NOV. 30 10:00am to 2:00pm Children under 12 free.

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100 Mile Community Hall Birch Ave., 100 Mile House

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offering a huge selection of quality handcrafted products

• Original Art • Books • Glass Art • Pottery • Wood Work • Fabric Crafts • Jewelry • Paper Art • Fibre Art • Clothing (kid’s & adult’s) • Christmas Decorations • Chocolates • Paintings • Quilting • Food Products • & Much More!

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Community Flu Clinic Info Sat, Nov 15 - 10:30am-4:50 pm • Sun, Nov 16 - 10:30am-4:30pm Mon, Nov 17 - 5:10pm-7:20pm • Fri, Nov 21 - 5:10pm-7:20pm Sat, Nov 22 - 10:30am-4:50pm • Sun, Nov 23 - 10:30am-4:30pm

FREE FLU CLINIC

Free to those who meet eligibility criteria.

Eligibility criteria for publicly funded vaccine:

• People 65 years and older and their caregivers/ household contacts • Children and adults with chronic health conditions and their household contacts • Children and adolescents (5 years-18 years) who are on chronic ASA therapy and their household contacts Nadheen Murray, Xiaohu Zhang, • Adults who are very obese Pharmacist Pharmacist • Aboriginal people • Pregnant women in their third trimester and their household contacts We’ve just replenished our stock and quantities are • Residents of nursing homes and other chronic care limited. Book early to make sure you get yours. facilities Please call for an appointment 250-305-6899 • Healthcare and other care providers in facilities and ext. 0 or visit the Walmart Pharmacy community settings who are capable of transmitting influenza to those at high risk of influenza complications • People who work with live poultry and swine

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2009 GMC Sierra 2500HD - Envy

You may see YOUR RIDE featured in our upcoming Special Section. email your photos to kathy@wltribune.com ENVY SPECIAL FEATURES • 18-inch 3rd Coast Suspension lift kit, the team at Cariboo Off Road, elevated the Sierra to new heights. The lift allows the truck to clear

40x15.50R22 Nitto Mud Grappler tires with custom-painted 22x14 MHT Fuel Off-Road wheels. • Fox Racing shocks provide a smooth ride, while powder

coated suspension pieces add show points. • AMP Research power running boards help you to hop up into the behemoth.

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W I LL I AMS L AKE & DI ST RI C T

• WARRANT FOR ARREST • JOHNNY, INDI RON B: 1995-AUG-20 Last Known address – Williams Lake, B.C. The Williams Lake RCMP is requesting the assistance of the public in locating JOHNNY who is wanted on British Columbia wide warrants for a number of criminal code offences. JOHNNY is described as a First Nations male, 6’0” tall and approximately 190 lbs in weight Warrant is valid as of 12:30 p.m., November 19/14 If anyone has any information regarding this subject’s whereabouts, they are encouraged to call the Williams Lake RCMP Detachment at 250-392-6211 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477. Crime stoppers also subscribes to web tips ~ www.bccrimestoppers.com

• WARRANT FOR ARREST •

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FIELD, VICTORIA B: 1993-JUNE-02 Last Known address – Alkali Lake, B.C. Williams Lake RCMP is requesting the assistance of the public in locating FIELD who is wanted on British Columbia wide warrants for a number of criminal code offences. FIELD is described as a First Nations female, 5’2” tall and approximately 122 lbs in weight. Warrant is valid as of 12:30 p.m., November 19, 2014 If anyone has information regarding the subject’s whereabouts, they are requested to call the Williams Lake RCMP at (250) 392 6211 or Crime stoppers at 1 800 222 8477. Crime stoppers also subscribes to web tips ~ www.bccrimestoppers.com KAMLOOPS RCMP File # 2014-28774

• REQUEST FOR INFORMATION • The North District General Investigation section of the RCMP are seeking the assistance of the public in helping to solve the suspicious fire that occurred at the Alexandra Band office. The investigation suggestions that the cause of the loss was Arson. This occurred sometime during the evening / early morning of July 28, 2014, Billy Barker Days week end in Quesnel. If anyone has information regarding this event, they are requested to call the Quesnel RCMP at (250) 992-9211, Williams Lake RCMP at (250) 392-6211 or Crime stoppers at 1 800 222 8477. Crime stoppers also subscribes to web tips ~ www.bccrimestoppers.com Quesnel RCMP File #2014- 5188 North District GIS 2014-475 ~ Cst. A. Smith

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MIDDAY MADNESS

Tribune Weekend Advisor Friday, November 21, 2014

Sunday, November 23rd 12 - 4 pm

*All items subject to prior sale at the current price. Gift cards, ski tuning, skate sharpening and items marked with Midday Madness tags are exempt from the 12% and 20% off.

DOWNHILL BOOTS

$200

HALF PRICE

SIZE

MSRP MIDDAY

319.99 324.99 324.99

100 160 160

DOWNHILL SKIS ARMADA EL REY

SKI & BINDING

K2 LOTTA LUV ROSSIGNOL VOODOO SC80 SALOMON X-WING ENDURO

SKI ONLY

SIZE 167 175 177

SIZE

ROSSIGNOL VOODOO SC74 154, 160 SALOMON LADY 161 ARMADA JJ 175 ROSSIGNOL S1 HOWELL 148 ROSSIGNOL S3 186 ROSSIGNOL S4 SQUINDO 174 SALOMON SHOGUN 173

COMRADE • FIGMENT • MAJESTIC • REALM or SOLACE

ALL

SIZE

MSRP MIDDAY

DRAKE CHARM OR VENICE (F) 146 FLOW VENUS (F) 143, 147 BURTON KING 153 WIDE DRAKE EMPIRE 158

319.99 349.99 459.99 319.99

300 350 420

969.99 1019.99 839.99

100 100 100 100

HALF PRICE

ALL BINDINGS

MSRP MIDDAY

RECON

SHAKA

$65

$145

INCLUDES GOOD VIBES DISC

SIZE

MSRP MIDDAY

SKIS

SIZE

MSRP MIDDAY

FISCHER RIDGE CROWN FISCHER RIDGE WAX ROSSIGNOL INTENSE AR

150 375 475 180 350 300 375

579.99 749.99 974.99 359.99 699.99 729.99 749.99

HALF PRICE

$60-$85

$45-$80

ALL

$60-$70

200 180 197

ALL

80 65 80 125

159.99 129.99 159.99 309.99

75 75 80

154.99 154.99 159.99

HALF PRICE

AND

FUSION

MUTINY

DEFY

$45

$55

$45

GLOVES

HALF PRICE HELIX Reg. $69.99 (M/F)

BOOTS FAST PLANT

KULT

KICKER

Size 7-10

Size 8-12

Size 9-12

$75

$75

$150

ALL BOOTS

$35

WOMENS BURTON MINT 10 BURTON MODERN DC HALO NORTHWAVE FREEDOM NORTHWAVE OPAL SL

BOOTS SIZE

$22.50 $20 Jr ANTUCO PIPE (M)

MSRP MIDDAY

6, 7½ 7, 8, 8½ 7½, 8 5, 6½ 6-9, 10

199.99 379.99 329.99 129.99 209.99

100 100 100 50 75

MENS BURTON AMBUSH '11 9, 10, 11 BURTON GRAIL 9, 10-13 BURTON H.O.D. 9½ BURTON HAIL 7, 8½ BURTON ION 10 BURTON MOTO '09 6 BURTON THE SHAUN 7, 8½,9½ DC PHASE 09 8, 9½ NORTHWAVE LEGEND SL 12

279.99 349.99 209.99 299.99 399.99 179.99 299.99 184.99 209.99

150 150 100 100 150 50 100 75 75

ALL

SEGER

Reg. $69.99 (M/F/B)

HALF PRICE

$17.50

TNF THERMAL HALF UNDERWEAR(M/F) PRICE ZIPNECK

$60

PREMIER $25 SNOWSKATES reg. $99 -$179 99

$32.50-$70 Kids $70

BOARD

MSRP MIDDAY

SNOW GOGGLES OAKLEY A-FRAME or STOCKHOLM

BOARD

BINDINGS

$300

157, 164, 175 cm. Reg. $599

SAVE AN ADDITIONAL 12% OFF ALL HOCKEY, SKI & SNOWBOARD EQUIPMENT*

HELMETS

HAWX 1.0 or HAWX 80 (M/F) reg. $299-$44999 SALOMON CHARM6 (F) 7-8 SALOMON DIVINE RS CF (F) 8-9 SALOMON MISSION RS CF (M) 10-11

19 N 1ST AVE. 250-392-5923

ALPINA EVE30T (NNN) 41 ALPINA ST20 (NNN) 42 KARHU INCLINE (NNN BC) 9 KARHU SUPREME (NNN BC) 8½-9½

MANUAL $190, $140 kids RECON $175

BOOTS

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SNOW BOARDS ALL BOARDS

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CREW NECK

$50 Merino Wool (56%) with Flashdry and Flat seam construction

TIGHT

$45


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HELMETS

HALF PRICE OR LESS

$90 KROWN SR: Med, Lrg

HELMETS

SIZE MSRP MIDDAY

BAUER/NBH 8500 HELMET CASCADE M11 PRO HH EASTON E700 HH EASTON STEALTH S19

SML XSM SML SML

SHOULDER PADS

169.99 169.99 159.99 159.99

50 50 80 50

HALF PRICE OR LESS

-

Sunday, November 23rd 12 - 4 pm

SAVE AN ADDITIONAL 12% OFF ALL HOCKEY, SKI & SNOWBOARD EQUIPMENT*

GLOVES

ALL

7KN KFS

Stealth 85S

$50

Reg 99.99

Size 13-15 inch Assorted colours

Reg 99.99

HOCKEY GLOVES

EQ Magnum

SHOULDER PADS

BAUER SUPREME ONE COMP SP BAUER VAPOR X:60 SP BAUER VAPOR X:SELECT SP BAUER VAPOR X:VELOCITY SP EASTON STEALTH 75S II SP EASTON STEALTH S999 SP EASTON STEALTH777 SP EASTON SYNERGY EQ444 SP EASTON SYNERGY ST777 SP REEBOK XT PRO SP JUNIOR BAUER JR VAPOR X:60 SP BAUER JR VAPOR X:VELOCITY SP CCM JR U+ VIBE SP EASTON JR STEALTH 75S II SP EASTON JR STEALTH S19 SP EASTON JR SYNERGY EQ888 SP EASTON JR SYNERGY ST555 SP EASTON JR SYNERGY ST777 SP YOUTH EASTON YTH STEALTH RS333 SP EASTON YTH SYNERGY EQ444 SP

ELBOW PADS

EQ 888 Synergy

$60 $55 Jr

SR: all sizes, JR: Med. only

SIZE MSRP MIDDAY

LRG XLG SML XLG XLG MED, LRG XLG SML, MED SML-LRG MED

119.99 179.99 69.99 89.99 109.99 149.99 129.99 89.99 119.99 99.99

50 70 35 40 55 75 25 45 50 30

SML-LRG SML-LRG LRG LRG LRG MED MED, LRG MED,LRG

139.99 79.99 69.99 79.99 159.99 109.99 69.99 109.99

50 40 35 40 60 50 25 40

SML,MED LRG

34.99 59.99

15 25

ELBOW PADS

HALF PRICE OR LESS

CCM YTH HG4R HG REEBOK JR 7KN KFS HG TACKLA JR 951 ADVANTAGE HG CCM HG4R HG DR HG250 DR HG711T EAGLE X65 HG EASTON STEALTH 55S HG EASTON STEALTH RS999 HG MIKEN PRO FIT T HG REEBOK 7KN KFS HG WARRIOR KONCEPT HG

HOCKEY PANTS

SIZE

8, 9 12 11 14 14 13 14 14 14 13 13-15 14

MSRP MIDDAY 12 40 30 20 20 40 60 30 55 40 50 50

29.99 79.99 89.99 49.99 44.99 79.99 124.99 59.99 109.99 124.99 99.99 119.99

$30 ELBOW PADS

JR: LRG only SR: All sizes

BAUER VAPOR X:SELECT EP BAUER VAPOR X:SHIFT EP CCM U+ CONTROL EP EASTON STEALTH 75S II EP EASTON STEALTH999 EP EASTON SYNERGY EQ PRO EP EASTON SYNERGY EQ444 EP EASTON SYNERGY EQ888 EP REEBOK XT PRO EP JUNIOR BAUER VAPOR X:SHIFT EP CCM U+ VIBE EP EASTON STEALTH999 EP EASTON SYNERGY EQ888 EP

U+ 04

20 50 40 30 50 45 20 40 20

HOCKEY PANTS

LRG LRG MED MED, LRG

79.99 39.99 89.99 59.99

40 20 45 30

Size 7, 8½-9½

Size 7½, 8½-10½

$300

209.99 179.99 99.99

110 90 50

69.99 44.99 99.99

25 22.50 50

DRAFT or 2ND SEASON CAP

SHINGUARDS

$12 $12 Reg 34.99

HALF PRICE OR LESS Stealth 75S II

$55 $45 Jr BAUER SUPREME ELITE SG EASTON STEALTH 55S II SG EASTON STEALTH S9 SG EASTON SYNERGY EQ PRO SG EASTON SYNERGY EQ444 SG EASTON SYNERGY EQ50 SG EASTON SYNERGY EQ888 SG

$275

$100

Jr: Size 1, 2, 3, 5, 5½

$75

Save %

11K Pump

Junior

65

$200 $150 Jr

Size 6, 7, 7½, 8½, 9 Jr Size 4, 5

Save %

Synergy EQ888

75

$40 $35 Jr SIZE MSRP MIDDAY

15 14, 16 15 14-15 15 15 14

79.99 34.99 179.99 124.99 69.99 119.99 99.99

20 17.50 90 62.50 35 60 50

$112 $100 Jr

Size 6, 7-8½, 9½-12 Jr All Sizes

Save %

Stealth 999

75

$112 $100 Jr

Size 6, 7-8½, 9½-12 / Jr 3½-5

SIZE MSRP MIDDAY

BAUER VAPOR APX HP MED, LRG EASTON STEALTH RS HP SML, MED EASTON SYNERGY EQ30 HP XSM-LRG JUNIOR EASTON STEALTH S333 HP LRG POWERTEK FUSION HP SML-LRG REEBOK SILVER HP MED

SHINGUARDS

Size 7½, 8½-9½, 10½, 11

SR: SML-LRG SR: SML-LRG

SR: SML-LRG SR: LRG-XLG

SIZE MSRP MIDDAY 39.99 99.99 79.99 59.99 99.99 89.99 39.99 79.99 69.99

NEXUS 400

$35 $25 Jr

$30 $20 Jr

Kesler, Schneider, Luongo

MED SML, LRG LRG SML-LRG SML LRG SML-LRG SML-LRG LRG

HALF PRICE OR LESS

NEXUS 800

EQ Magnum

Traded Player Name & #

JR: LRG only SR: All sizes

SKATES

NEXUS 1000

HALF PRICE OR LESS

Reg 29.99

$60 Sr $50 Jr

NEXUS/ NEXUS/FLEXLITE

$50

$40JR

$30 $25 Jr $12 Yth

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Help the Stampeders Stamp out Hunger The Williams Lake Stampeders hope to deliver truck loads of food to the Salvation Army Food Bank this Christmas season. Billed ‘Help the Stampeders Stamp Out Hunger,’ the program, in partnership with Heartland Toyota, is now in its second year following a successful debut. “Any fan who brings two non-perishable food items to our Saturday, Nov. 22, game against Terrace will receive half price on their ticket at the gate,” Williams Lake Stampeders sponsorship and marketing director Calvin Dubray said. Also, anyone who delivers a bag of food items to Heartland Toyota leading up to the game versus the River Kings will receive a free game ticket. Puck drop is 7:30 p.m. at the Cariboo Memorial Recreation Complex.

Friday, Nov. 21 to Sunday, Nov. 23 Ian Muir/Rugby Canada photos

Williams Lake’s Kayla Moleschi and her Team Canada Women’s Sevens teammates will have a shot next month at qualifying for the upcoming 2016 Summer Olympic Games in Rio, Brazil, at the Dubai Sevens — the first leg of the Women’s Sevens World Series.

Moleschi, Canada, prepare for World Series Tournament a qualifier for 2016 Summer Olympics Williams Lake’s Kayla Moleschi and Team Canada’s Women’s Sevens rugby squad will take their first steps early next month in qualifying for the 2016 Summer Olympic Games in Rio, Brazil. Moleschi, 24, and the team are currently in Vancouver as they prepare to depart next week for the upcoming Dubai Sevens, which begins Dec. 4. Team Canada head coach John Tait released the 12-player roster this week for the opening leg of the tournament — the first in this season’s Women’s Sevens World Series.

The top four teams at the end of this year’s tournament automatically qualify for the 2016 Olympics, and Tait said it’s extremely important Canada gets off to a good start in Dubai. He added the team will be looking to secure points early. “This season is all about qualifying,” Tait said. “We want to win an event and a series, but we’re focusing on getting the points needed to be top four at the end of the season. See CANADA Page B2

Midget House Tournament

Williams Lake Minor Hockey hosts its annual Midget House Tournament at the Cariboo Memorial Recreation Complex. On top of five Williams Lake teams competing, teams will be travelling from Houston, McBride, Smithers, Prince George and Kamloops. Action gets underway Friday evening at 5:30 p.m. and wraps up Sunday morning with finals.

Thursday, Nov. 20 and Friday, Nov. 21 Williams Lake Stick League Curling

Kayla Moleschi (front, third from left) will compete in her second season at the Women’s Sevens World Series with Team Canada.

The Williams Lake Curling Club is hosting a Thursday afternoon stick league beginning at 2 p.m. Additionally, Friday morning drop-in goes at 10 a.m. The cost is $5 Thursday and $6 Friday. For information contact the WLCC by phone at 250-392-4636 or by e-mail at wlcc@shaw.ca.


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Williams Lake hockey player Colton Thomas played a big role in helping the Cariboo Cougars solidify the top spot in the B.C. Major Midget Hockey League last weekend. Thomas scored once on Saturday and twice

on Sunday in 5-1 and 4-1 wins, respectively, over the second-place Vancouver Northwest Giants. Both of Thomas’s goals Sunday came in the second period during the game, hosted at the Kin 1 Arena in

Prince George. The wins give the Cougars a 15-2-1 record and a seven-point cushion over the Giants. Thomas broke a 1-1 tie at 4:45 of the second when he slid a shot past Giants’ goalie Beck

Warm. Roughly five minutes later he tipped a shot over Warm’s shoulder. So far in 17 games Thomas has 15 goals and 13 assists for 28 points. Thomas is joined by forward Chase Dubois

(7-9-16) and goaltender Griffen Outhouse — an alternate player for the Western Hockey League’s Victoria Royals — on the Cougars, however, Outhouse missed last weekend’s games due to being called up by the Royals.

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“This core group has been together for a few seasons now and we’ve added some quality youth and talent along the way, making our program more competitive than any previous year.” While Tait integrated some youth into his squads during last year’s WSWS he has chosen a very experienced team to kick off the 2014/15 campaign. In all five rounds last season there was at least one teenager named to Canada’s roster, while five players made their national team debuts. The youngest players heading to Dubai next week are 22 year olds Bianca Farella and Julia Greenshields, both of whom

This core group has been together for a few seasons.” - John Tait, Team Canada head coach have plenty of experience with Canada’s Sevens Team. The team will be led by once-again captain Jen Kish, who missed the 2013 Dubai Sevens with a hamstring injury. Canada Sevens veterans Ghislaine Landry, Mandy Marchak, Kelly Russell and Ashley Steacy will help provide Kish with more experience on the field as the five women have spent the better part of the last decade playing together. After being named

the International Rugby Board player of the year, Magali Harvey is hoping to translate her 15s success onto the sevens pitch while Elissa Alarie and Karen Paquin will be eager to return to the international stage after finishing second at the Women’s Rugby World Cup. Arielle Dubisette-Borrice also made the team after playing in three of five events last year, while Moleschi will look to build off a promising

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2013/14 season where she scored nine tries — fourth most among Canadians. The team departs for Dubai on Tuesday, Nov. 25, and will have nine days to prepare in the city before the tournament begins. Canada has finished third in the WSWS standings two years in a row and has placed inside the top four in seven straight tournaments. They will be grouped with Brazil, Fiji and England in Pool C. All matches from the Dubai Sevens will be streamed live at http://wsws.irb.com. Day one’s schedule will see Moleschi and Canada face off against Brazil at 12:28 a.m., Fiji at 3:24 a.m. and England at 6:42 a.m. Based on the results day two’s schedule will shape up.


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third end, however, Credit Union continued to chip away taking three points in the fourth end to cruise to a 10-7 victory. Caribou Ski has two wins and two losses. The Credit Union currently has two wins and two losses while PMT Chartered

Accountants sits with one win and three losses. The next action in the WLSLC is Tuesday, Nov. 25. The Williams Lake Curling Club is also hosting a Thursday afternoon stick league beginning at 2 p.m. Additionally, Friday

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Friday, November 21, 2014 Tribune Weekend Advisor

Sportsmen’s association votes to rejoin wildlife federation The Williams Lake Sportsmen’s Association took a members vote on Monday night to see if the club

would rejoin the British Columbia Wildlife Federation (BCWF). Out of 28 WLSA members that attend-

ed 26 voted to join the BCWF and two voted against, resulting in a 95 per cent in-favour vote.

The transition will take place Jan. 1, 2015. “They have a big voice, we don’t”

WLSA president Moe Monita told the Tribune last week prior to the vote. “They can tar-

get government and stakeholders about fish, wildlife, habitat and firearms in B.C.” Members of the

Williams Lake, the future is coming.

BCWF receive a monthly magazine, Outdoor Edge, and rejoining opens up several doors for the WLSA to take advantage of, Monita said, including a personalized identification card, discounted merchandise and services, club promotion and programs such as a B.C. National Archery in the Schools program, conservation and outdoor recreation education, Youth for Conservation, wetlands education and wilderness watch, to name a few. The WLSA had opted out of the BCWF for the past two years.

Cariboo Canucks First Nations Hockey Tournament coming up

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The Cariboo Canucks Hockey Club’s First Nations Hockey Tournament takes place Dec. 27-28 at the Cariboo Memorial Recreation Complex. The tournament will feature competitive, recreational, 40plus masters and ladies’ divisions. Prize money will be awarded to first-, second- and third-place teams in the competitive division (eight teams), while T-shirts will be presented to winning teams in the other divisions. The tournament is non-contact in all divisions. First place in the competitive division will take home $3,000, while second and third place will win $2,000 and $1,000, respectively. Entry fee, roster and waiver forms are required by Dec. 19 at 3 p.m. to Cecil Grinder. For more information about registration, or if you’d like to volunteer for one of multiple jobs during and before the tournament, contact Grinder at 250-392-8778 or at itsgoodmedicine@hotmail.com.


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Elefson, Eric John 1955-2014

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BOARDROOM FOR RENT Seats up to 25 max. $100 full day, $50 half day. 50% of proceeds to Boys & Girls Club. Phone 778-412-4200

It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of Eric John Elefson, of Williams Lake, on November 17, 2014 at the age of 59, after a long and courageous battle with multi system atrophy. Eric is survived by his wife Sheila, sons Denis (Crystal) and Bruce (Karla), 5 granddaughters; Hana, Rebecca, Mya, Melissa and Rachel, as well as many other loving family members and friends. A Funeral Service will be held on Saturday, Nov 22, 2014 at 11:00am at the United Church on Huckvale Place. Special thanks to the Deni House, Dr deSwardt, and the Cariboo Memorial Hospital.

LaPrairie’s Funeral Services entrusted with arrangements. 250-398-9100

FOUND on Rideau Rd at Km 15 wood cut area, a hunting knife. To claim call (250)2671826.

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MADE IN THE CARIBOO CRAFT SALE 188 N. 1st Ave., Williams Lake, B.C. V2G 1Y8 250-392-2331 Fax 250-392-7253 classifieds@wltribune.com All Tribune and Weekend classified ads are on the Internet at bcclassified.com ... also with a link through wltribune.com

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TEAM LEADER, ABORIGINAL CHILD & YOUTH MENTAL HEALTH Denisiqi Services Society is a delegated agency under the Child, Family and Community Services Act serving six Tsilhqot’in Nations and one Carrier Nation located West of Williams Lake, BC. Our Child & Youth Mental Health Program provides specialized mental health assessment and treatment services to children, youth and their families when the child or youth is experiencing serious emotional, psychological, or behavioural disorders. Staff within this program currently includes a Wellness Coordinator and two Development Clinicians, and we are seeking a Team Leader to further support and develop this program. Under the direction of the Executive Director, the Team Leader will administer child and youth mental health services by providing direction, leadership and supervision to professional staff on the Child & Youth Mental Health team. In this role, you will have the authority, accountability and responsibility to plan, develop, manage, coordinate and evaluate the delivery of mental health services for Aboriginal children, youth and their families in Williams Lake and the surrounding area. You will work with diverse community partners and seven Aboriginal Bands to promote the establishment and maintenance of a full range of mental health services within the community. As the Team Leader for our Child & Youth Mental Health Team, you must possess the following:

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Mental Health Clinical Supervision Skills

Strong leadership skills and experience

Knowledge of and willingness to learn about Tsilhqot’in and Carrier cultural values, practices, and protocols to incorporate into all aspects of the program

A focus on strength-based, innovative child and youth mental health initiatives

A Master’s degree in Social Work (clinical speciality or equivalent training/education), Educational Counselling, Clinical Psychology, Child and Youth Care, or equivalent; or a Master’s or Bachelor’s Degree in Nursing and registered under the Registered Nursing Association of BC and/or the College of Registered Psychiatric Nurses of BC; or a Ph.D in clinical/applied psychology, and registered with, or eligible for, registration with the College of Psychologists of BC.

Mildred M ld d Annie A Fredrickson F d k (nee Dennison)

November 19, 1913 - November 13, 2014 It is with great sadness that the family of Mildred Fredrickson announces her passing November 13, 2014 at the age of 100 years. Millie was born in North Battleford, Saskatchewan on November 19, 1913 to William and Annie Dennison (nee Brown). Her family moved often as her father worked for the railroad. They settled in Laidlaw, where she met and married Mel. They later moved to Hope, Kamloops and Prince George before settling at the Goat River near McBride. This was Millie’s favourite place to live, where she spent most of her time in the great outdoors. She later moved to Williams Lake at the age of 97. Millie was predeceased by her husband Melvin, sons Sidney and Russell, granddaughter Kathy, parents William and Annie and brothers Claude, George, Russell and Sidney. She is survived by her sons Dennis and George, granddaughters Kelley (Nick), Lani (Mark) and Leigh as well as many great grandchildren, nephews and nieces. There will be a private service for Millie to be held at a later date. Compassionate Care Funerals entrusted with all arrangements 250-392-3336

For more information or to register call the Williams Lake & District Chamber of Commerce office @ 250-392-5025 or email visitors@telus.net

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Donations in memory of Eric can be made to Parkinson Society Canada.

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Ryler Bulk looking for Log Truck Driver, experience hauling logs an asset. Good wages with benefits. Please apply in person at 3082 Cariboo Hwy 97 South, 150 Mile House or fax resume and drivers abstract to Kim (250)296-3324

Trades, Technical

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Drivers/Courier/ Trucking

Closing Date: 4:30 pm – Closing Friday November 28th, 2014 Please submit resumes with references: Attention:

Elaine Yablonski

By post:

Denisiqi Services Society 240B North Mackenzie Avenue Williams Lake, BC V2G 1N6

By e-mail:

elaine@denisiqi.org

By fax to:

250-392-6501

Note: Pursuant to section 41 of the BC Human Rights Code, preference will be given to applicants of Aboriginal ancestry. Resumes submitted after 4:30pm on the deadline date will not be considered.

For your convenience Tribune obituaries can be viewed on our website; www.wltribune.com

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Marilyn Martin Property Management Specialist

JOB POSTING JOB TITLE: Learning Disabilities Association â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Williams Lake Chapter Tutor DEPARTMENT: School Age Team EXPERIENCE REQUIRED: Previous experience as a tutor/teacher SUMMARY OF JOB DESCRIPTION: This position is to market, screen potential students and deliver a tutoring program for school-age children that meets accreditation standards. Typically the program is delivered after school and includes a learning assessment, a learning plan, an intervention and a follow up session with the referral source. PREFERRED JOB QUALIFICATIONS: 1. BC Teaching Professional Certificate REQUIRED JOB QUALIFICATIONS: 1. Valid First Aid Certificate 2. Must possess and maintain a valid BC driverâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s license and have own reliable vehicle suitable for travel. 3. Current satisfactory criminal record check 4. Ability to communicate effectively, verbally and written. CLOSING DATE: November 21, 2014 at 4:00 pm. Cover letter and resumes can be submitted in person or by email to: Nancy Gale, Executive Director Cariboo Chilcotin Child Development Centre Assoc. 690 Second Avenue North Williams Lake, BC V2G 4C4 ngale@cccdca.org

CARIBOO FRIENDSHIP SOCIETY Tenant Relations Coordinator â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Full Time Position 37.5 Hours General: The Tenant Relations Coordinator will assume the responsibilities of counselling tenant families/ individuals; referrals, advocacy and support, administrative tasks, public relations and generally be involved with the Societyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s various activities. â&#x20AC;˘ â&#x20AC;˘ â&#x20AC;˘ â&#x20AC;˘ â&#x20AC;˘

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Qualifications/experience: 1. Human Service Worker and/or Transition House Worker Training Certificates, Crisis and Counselling Training and/or experience in related field. 2. Requires sound organizational and counselling skills. 3. Requires computer skills and knowledge of Accpac would be an asset. 4. The applicant must be willing to work weekends when required. 5. Should have knowledge and understanding of local First Nations culture and/or ability to work with First Nations. 6. Knowledge of Residential Tenancy Act would be an asset. 7. Applicants must be prepared to be bonded and act as a positive role model. Please note: Pursuant to section 41 of the BC Human Rights Code, preference will be given to applicants of Aboriginal ancestry. Close Date: November 27, 2014. For a complete job description and to submit your resumes with three work related references, please go to the Cariboo Friendship Society, 99 South Third Avenue, Williams Lake, BC, V2G 1J1.

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Custom Home Theatre Design & Installation

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Brad Huston â&#x20AC;˘ Small Appliance Recycling Depot â&#x20AC;˘ E-Waste Electronic Recycling Center 250-982-2611 Bella Coola

Thursday & Friday to Bella Coola In-Town Deliveries

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405 Mackenzie Avenue South, Williams Lake

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Hair Product Store

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Colin Stevens Over 25 years experience

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Financial Services

$100 & Under

Firearms

For Sale By Owner

Apt/Condo for Rent

GET BACK ON TRACK! Bad credit? Bills? Unemployed? Need Money? We Lend! If you own your own home - you qualify. Pioneer Acceptance Corp. Member BBB. 1-877-987-1420 www.pioneerwest.com

PICTURE Professionally framed print, modern style landscape with Canadian Geese. Coloring is pinks and greys with grey matte. $25. (250)267-3400 Kijiji ad id: 1033198948

Wanted: Winchester 1873 Carbine in a 44-40 caliber. 250-392-3810

1 Storey, Ground Level Unit, no stairs, no age restrictions, 1192 sq ft. 3 bdrms, 2 bath, 2 prk spots (one covd), Pets allow. (w/restns), In-floor heating. Built 1996, Strata fees $150/m include snow removal and more. Avail. Immediately. $177,500 Westridge Area. Call 250-392-3625 or email dragonsflyfree50@gmail.com for more info.

APARTMENTS/ CONDOMINIUMS

LARGE FUND Borrowers Wanted Start saving hundreds of dollars today! We can easily approve you by phone. 1st, 2nd or 3rd mortgage money is available right now. Rates start at Prime. Equity counts. We donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t rely on credit, age or income. Call Anytime 1-800-639-2274 or 604-430-1498. Apply online www.capitaldirect.ca

Recycling RECYCLING

Depot for batteries, rads, copper, aluminum, catalytic converters, alts. and starts. Will p/u, will pay cash! Phone 250-398-0672

SEWING MACHINE - Lana sewing machine with built in table. $20. (250)267-3400 Kijiji ad id: 1031574475 SEWING MACHINE - Singer sewing machine with built in table. $20. (250)267-3400 Kijiji ad id: 1031574475

For further information 250-398-8391

Used 2 years - 6â&#x20AC;&#x2122; of insulated chimney pipe (6â&#x20AC;?), insulation shield, ceiling support, roof jack $200. (250)398-5809 WANTED: 15â&#x20AC;? winter (235/R75) (250)296-3383

tires

$300 & Under RSF wood furnace (250)398-5809

$300.

Traction king tires with studs and rims. Used one winter. 235/75/15 $400.00 obo (250)398-7656

Livestock

$500 & Under (New) Nordick Track T5.1 treadmill,(Value over $2000) Asking $500 firm. (250)3925358

Education/Tutoring

Merchandise for Sale

Auctions NATIVE ART & ARTIFACTS AUCTION Sunday Nov. 23rd, 12:00 Noon Preview 9:00am Croatian Cultural Centre 3250 Commercial Drive. Vancouver OVER 475 ITEMS!

Bill Reid pendant, NWC baskets, totems and masks, Navajo Jewelry, SW pottery, early Norval Morrisseau painting Info - Consignment - Appraisals

604-657-2072 / 604-657-1147 www.seahawkauctions.com

$100 & Under 1981 Pickup Box Liner. $50 250-398-8183 Beaver table saw, cast top $100. (250)398-5809 BED - double bed including box spring & metal frame on wheels. $50. (250)267-3400 Kijiji ad id: 1033238159 CHAIR - Office/drafting chair, upholstered back and seat, chrome swivel base on wheels. $25. (250)267-3400 Kijiji ad id: 1031572316 COMPUTER DESK - slide out for keyboard, white. $40. (250)267-3400 Kijiji ad id: 1033239256 DRESSER - 3 drawers, white. $40. (250)267-3400 Kijiji ad id: 1033238815 LAUNDRY CART - Lightweight, removable blue canvas insert, white metal frame on wheels. $20. (250)2673400 Kijiji ad id: 1031572775 (New) Abdoer Twist exerciser with tri-roller workout DVD & book. (New $300) Asking $100 Firm. (250)392-5358 (New) Snowjoe snow thrower, electric for sidewalk & sundecks (Value $165 new) Asking $65. firm (250)392-5358 Router table cabinet $50. (250)398-5809 Vehicle tow hitch $50. (250)398-5809

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Mobile Homes & Parks 2 bdrm mobile. Looking for mature responsible quiet working single or couple. No party types need apply. d/d, r/r, n/p. 250-296-4525 after 5 pm or leave message.

1 and 2 bedroom apartments for rent, under new management, newly renovated, large suites with balconies, includes hot water.

Split ďŹ rewood for sale, delivered. $150/cord. Fencing & rough lumber for sale. (250)659-5844

1 AND 2 BEDROOM APARTMENTS FOR RENT

Education/Tutoring

Immediate availability, clean, quiet, secure entry, close to schools, on bus route. Please Call 250-392-2997 or 250-302-9108 CHECK OUT OUR WEBSITE www.williamslakeliving.com Clean, lakeview, 1bdr. apart. $575/mo. util. incl., n/s, quiet working person preferred, f/s, n/p. r/r 250-398-7361

Apt/Condo for Rent

Apartment Furnished

HEARTLAND

Full Time Car Wash/ Lot Attendant Will train, must possess a Class 5 drivers license and be able to drive a standard transmission. Apply in person with resume and drivers abstract to Terry Blake in the Service Department. We thank all applicants, however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted. 106 N Broadway Ave, Williams Lake, BC V2G 2X7 Phone: 250-392-4114 â&#x20AC;˘ Fax: 250-392-2288 www.heartlandtoyota.ca

Career Opportunity A progressive industry leading automobile dealership located in Williams Lake has a career opportunity in our

Tuesday to Friday 7:30 am to 5:00 pm Saturday 7:30 am to 4:00 pm

A.R.S. Enterprises Ltd 1075 N. Mackenzie Ave.

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Apt/Condo for Rent

We offer a variety of 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments and townhouses in and around Williams lake. Please check out our website or stop by our office located at #203 197 2nd Ave. North or call 250-305-0446 for more information.

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TOYOTA

Government Inspections Shuttle Service

Hotel ready, short term rentals OK. Close to Gibraltar Mines bus route pick-up locations. Please Call 250-305-0446 or 250-302-9108

1, 2 & 3 Bedroom Apartments & Townhouses

Help Wanted

Serving the Cariboo since 1981

1 AND 2 BEDROOM FURNISHED SUITES

Marketing Coordinator Diploma

Help Wanted

FOR ALL YOUR AUTO REPAIRS

Lovely 3bdrm condo with 5 appliances. $950/month (250)267-5097

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Firewood/Fuel

Misc. for Sale

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In town apartment. $650 month n/p n/s r/r (250)2963131 after 7pm.

Rentals

Complete light coloured oak kitchen cabinets with island. $2500. (250)303-2900

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Pets For Sale: Wolf/Husky/Border Collie - German Shepard mix puppies. 4 male, 3 female, dewormed. $150 each. 1-250620-0577 FREE KITTENS, two apricot colour, one grey tabby. Call (250)396-4090. Can delivery in WL area.

Purple bins are located at:

$200 & Under

Feed & Hay

Two feral pigs. Approx. 220 lbs. Will sell whole ($400), by the side or cut and wrapped by Horsefly Meats. 250-296-9072

Please consider donating your soft goods to Big Brothers & Big Sisters Recycling Program Share Shed â&#x20AC;˘Surplus Herbyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Canadian Tire â&#x20AC;˘ Safeway

$400 & Under

Sold Out! Horse Hay. Tim. Alf. sm round bales 4â&#x20AC;&#x2122;x4â&#x20AC;&#x2122;. Barn stored. $40. Springhouse. Can deliver. 250-392-9706

Leftovers from your Garage Sale?

TV - 27â&#x20AC;? RCA with remote & Picture in picture feature. $25. (250)267-3400 Kijiji ad id: 1031571302

Pets & Livestock Excellent quality cow & horse hay, large round & large square bales. Phone early a.m. & evenings. Deliveries available (250)398-2805

Garage Sales

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Brenda Webster

250-392-2331 188 N. 1st Ave.

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COMPUTER SERVICES â&#x20AC;˘ Software & Hardware Installation â&#x20AC;˘ Computer & Router Set Up â&#x20AC;˘ General Computer Help

Gilles Mailhiot

250.392.7629

Email: gilles_mailhiot@hotmail.com

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Country Cottage Hairstyling

Welcomes d Tracy Fodchuk Evening Appointments Available for your convenience

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If you are a motivated individual, focused on customer service, have strong organizational skills and the ability to work on your own, please apply in person to Lorne Doerkson, Sales Manager. 370 S. Mackenzie Avenue, Williams Lake or email lorne@cariboogm.ca

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Consistent Advertising = Familiarity = Trust = Customers You can trust me with your advertising.

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The Willams Lake Tribune Friday, November 21, 2014 Tribune Weekend Advisor Friday, November 21, 2014

Commercial/ Industrial

Senior Assisted Living

LEASE/RENTAL Space and Heated Storage Industrial bays: 3- 40’ x 80 ‘; 3 - 50’ x 15’ and a 25’ x 15’ bay Office Space, heated storage Bachelor Suite Options are available. Call Doug at 250-992-0046 or email backerlogging@xplornet.ca for further information. You got it we’ll store it! You need work space we’ll provide it.

Independent Living Suites Wheelchair accessible.

Give life .... register to be an organ donor today!

Due to high demand 8 new suites are now under construction. Call Laurette now to reserve a suite at 250-305-3318.

for more information 1-800-663-6189 www.transplant.bc.ca

Duplex / 4 Plex 2bdrm clean, quiet avail. Dec. 1. 234 Barnard St. Downtown. $800/mo. incl. heat. (250)398-7312 n/p n/s r/r Beautiful spacious 2bd suite in 4-plex. 1 (604)767-1600 www.LivingSpace4Rent.com

Halls/Auditoriums

FOR RENT

Big Lake Community Hall Lakeshore setting, fully equipped kitchen, reasonable rates Weddings, Private Parties, etc.

250-243-0024 Mobile Homes & Pads

2&4 bdrm mobile homes fridge, stove, close to casino. no pets. (250)392-7617 3bdrm mobile home, w/d, f/s Nat gas heat, 5 min from city. Damage deposit & references required. (250)392-5667

Homes for Rent 1,2&3 bdrm. houses. F/S natural gas heat. Please call (250)392-7617. 1bdrm small house on South Lakeside. Near bus stop. Ideal for single working person. No dogs. Call (250)392-3037 after 5:30pm 3bdrm house in down town core, one block from arena. $1200. with heat & lights incl. Newly renovated. No Pets Non Smoking W/D (250)392-5019 or (250)392-3907 Bright and spacious 3bdrm upper suite is located in quiet neighbourhood, walking distance to downtown core. Enjoy the view from the private deck. Six appliances and utilities included $1,100. N/S. Pets Neg. Call for private viewing today! 250-296-9686. Cute & cozy 1 bdrm house. Looking for responsible, mature, quiet, working single or couple. No party types need apply. d/d, r/r, n/p. 250-2964525 after 5 pm or leave message. Huge old log house now avail. to the right party. Wood & gas heat. Lots of space. Mins from town. Must be responsible, competent and handy. Must come with good references. Phone: (250)398-6565 leave message.

Office/Retail Furnished suite of 3 offices, 600sqft, a/c. Call to view $600/mo (250)398-0122

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Townhouses

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Excellent location, walking distance to all amenities, suit working professionals please. Please call 250-305-4972 or 250-302-9108

WINTER READY 2005 Jimmy 4x4 One owner 151,000kms Excellent condition New M&S Nokian Tires $6400. OBO Phone: (250)296-3257

2002 Saturn Includes winter tires on rims. $2300. obo (250)267-6248

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Transportation

1996 Oldsmobile 2006 Honda Civic Excellent condition, well maintained, highway driven, automatic, a/c, includes winter tires, synthetic oil. 168,000 kms. $7500. 1 (250)243-2380

Excellent condition. Set of winter tires on rims. $3,000 obo. 250-398-6723 leave a message.

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Cars - Domestic

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Trucks & Vans

Call Al Today 250-392-0652

2001 Ford F150 4x4. Auto, air, cruise. 225,000kms. Excellent condition. $6,000 obo or trade for small 4x4 pickup. 250-398-8183

Cathy Hoy-Poole

Business Elite Commercial & Fleet Sales & Leasing

2002 Mazda Van

Pioneer Complex, 351 Hodgson Rd

370 S. Mackenzie Avenue Williams Lake, B.C. V2G 1C7

www.advantagestorageltd.com mike@pioneerfamilyland.com

Clean, secure 8x20 Storage avail, downtown. $200/month Avail. immed. (250)302-1265

Suites, Lower 1 bdrm basement suite. Close to schools and bus stop. New carpet & floors. N/P. $600/mon util. incl. 250-305-1213. 1bdrm furnished level entry bsmt suite. N/S N/P on Midnight Dr. Avail. Dec. 1st $700/mo including utilities. (250)392-2033 1bdr. suite $550.mnth/1 person $650.mnth/2 persons heat & light included n/s, n/p, r/r. (250) 305-6045. 3bdrm separate gas/electric heat N/P N/S fenced yard. Child Dev. Centre/Nesika Sch area. $700/mnth plus utilities (250)398-8182 New renovations. 1bdrm n/p n/s close to schools & TRU. Avail. immed. $550 incl util. 250-392-5352

Suites, Upper

1 AND 2 BEDROOM SUITES AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY

Furnished or unfurnished, close to schools and on bus route. Clean, well-managed, on-site laundry, assigned parking with plug-ins. Please Call 250-305-4598 or 250-302-9108

250-392-7185

Snowmobiles

Sport Utility Vehicle 98 Jeep Cherokee. Ready for Winter, gently used, hidden hitch, new brakes & routers on front, new stabilizer bar, set of summers on mags. $5000. (250)989-4737

Sell your vehicle in 3 Papers One Price

Traction control. Good in snow. V6, auto, 2 sets of tires on rims. Roof racks, sunroof, leather seats. Seats 6. $2500 250-305-2243

Sweet Deal! Like New

In ideal downtown location, walking distance for shopping, recreation center & senior center, ideal for working professionals or retirees. Please Call 250-302-9108

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WL Tribune • Weekend Advisor

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CHILCOTIN FLOORING INSTALLATIONS • Lino • Carpet • Hardwood • Ceramic Tile

Supply and Install or Install Only

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4 wheel drive, low kms. Great Price Call 555-555-1515

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1993 Ski-doo Safari. Great shape. Low kms. $1650 obo. 250-296-9058

1998 Mazda 4 door, 4 cylinder, 3 speed manual. Strong running car. Very clean, needs nothing. Amazing fuel mileage. $1850 250-303-0941

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Up to 10 people Call Roy and Susan to book your sleigh ride party today!

188 North 1st Ave., Williams Lake, B.C. V2G 1Y8

Mon. Fri. 8:30 - 5:00

250-398-0520 or at the Anvil Pub, Horsefly


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Williams Lake Tribune, November 21, 2014  

November 21, 2014 edition of the Williams Lake Tribune

Williams Lake Tribune, November 21, 2014  

November 21, 2014 edition of the Williams Lake Tribune