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April 1, 2015

Reprieve for Kettle River fish

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As new fishing regulations get set to go into effect on the Kettle and West Kettle Rivers east of Kelowna, making the two rivers catch-and-release only, a stream rehabilitation project is underway on the Kettle River system as groups, communities and anglers come together to try and revive the fishing in the Kettle River watershed. As of April 1, the West Kettle and Kettle River will become 100 per cent catch-and-release fisheries, meaning the age-old practice of (legally) catching and killing fish in the Kettle system will come to an end, as fisheries biologists move to protect a fishery that has been in decline for at least the past 10 years. “This is the only river-style fishery in the re-

gion and is utilized by avid fly-fishermen,” said Tara White, senior fisheries biologist in the Thompson-Okanagan Region. “The river is managed as a quality fishery. These changes will not only help conserve and protect wild stocks, they will help maintain and enhance angler opportunity on this unique river-style fishery. Hopefully it will also help address compliance concerns associated with it, which has been identified as a significant issue on the system, by simplifying the regulations.” Previously only about 44 kilometres of the 260 km river was catch-andrelease, meaning anglers had to use signs or markers to figure out where those locations were. Now both the Kettle and the West Kettle are entirely catch-and-release

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AS OF April 1, fishing in the Kettle River watershed is under catch-and-release restrictions. The action is to save the trout and endangered speckled dace.

only, a move angling groups had been calling for over the past several years. “I applaud the ministry for changing the regulations,” said Travis Lowe of the Kelowna-based Trout Unlimited chapter. “The

truth is, killing fish in the Kettle was never an environmentally sustainable model. The fishery is on the brink of collapse and it needed these regulation changes. Hopefully they stabilize the fishery for the future and hopefully they can find a

way to police and monitor the river.” ••• Raise your hand if you’ve heard of a fish known as the speckled dace. OK, good. Now stand-up if you have ever caught one. And that my friends would be quite

the fish tale. You see, the speckled dace is a member of the minnow family and only grows to a maximum four or five inches in its short four-year lifespan. Believed to be one of the first fish to re-colonize B.C. waters after the Ice Age, there are healthy populations of the speckled dace in the Western United States but here in Canada it lives in only one river system. That system: The Kettle River and its two main tributaries of the West Kettle and the Granby River. The specked dace is abundant in the US but in Canada it is a much different story. It is an endangered species, listed as an aquatic species at risk by the federal government and protected under the government’s Species At Risk Act (SARA). “The dace are really cool because they are able to live in amongst the rocks,” said fisheries biologist Darryl Arsenault from his Kelowna office. They are an important part of the food chain. It’s all inter-connected. They feed on

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Local group commits to raise $ 5million for rail trail KEVIN PARNELL The Okanagan Rail Trail Initiative has committed to raising $5 million towards construction along the CN Rail corridor should the municipalities be able to complete the purchase of the 47 kilometre long rail bed. The rail trail group based in Vernon made the announcement Tuesday morning at the

opening of the yes campaign headquarters in Lake Country and says taxpayers won’t be asked to subsidize construction or maintenance of the trail if it is purchased by the inter-jurisdictional group. Rail trail director Brad Clements says his group will have no problem raising the $5 million from individuals or businesses and added they could leverage that

amount for another $5 million in grants towards developing a transportation corridor. “We’ve always said we are willing to raise money for the construction costs of the trail but there seems to be some uncertainty about where that money is going to come from,” said Clements. “Absolutely, there will be no additionTRAIL FUNDRAISING A3

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YES CAMPAIGN office manager Sheila Tansey and manager Duane Thomson check a map of the CN Rail corridor at their office on Main Street.


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Tax hike not needed to cover trail development costs As a consultant to outdoor recreation projects throughout the province, Lake Country resident Leigh-Ann Johnson has truly walked the talk about ‘rail trail’ design, construction, maintenance and funding. In that capacity, she’s qualified and eager to dispel any misconceptions that could skew residents’ decision whether or not to borrow up to $2.6 million over 20 years to buy a 50% share of the CN-owned rail corridor within Lake Country boundaries. “First, I want to answer the question of who will pay for trail design and construction,” says Johnson, a Lake Country Rail Trail Action Team member who has managed projects worth more than $26 million, including reconstruction of the Myra Canyon trestles. Her impressive list of clients includes Tourism BC, the Ministry of Transportation, the Ministry of Forests, Lands and Natural Resource Operations, the Trans Canada Trail Foundation, and Human Resources Development Canada. “Most rail trails in BC are managed and funded by wonderful groups of volunteers,” she explains. “These stewardship organizations have established

themselves as nonprofit societies to maintain insurance and to access funding for large-scale capital projects.” The Okanagan Rail Trail Initiative (ORTI), for instance, has committed to raising millions of dollars to help cover development costs for the 47.5-km stretch of rail trail between Kelowna and Coldstream. ORTI contributions could be bolstered by ‘matching funds’ from senior governments and other granting organizations. “Partnerships and matching funds have worked so well, in so many ways, in so many places,” explains Johnson. “I can’t see why it would happen here any differently.” For example, “In 2009 we received $1.25 million from the Community Development Trust Fund to employ seven labour crews for six months to improve trail infrastructure through the OkanaganSimilkameen and Kootenay-Boundary Regional Districts. This amount was matched by the Trans Canada Trail Foundation, and augmented by funds from each regional district.” While funding sources and eligibility requirements change every year, she says that government grants are regularly available. “The diverse sources

of grant funding prove how diverse the benefits are that we would gain from the rail trail.” Johnson and other action team members encourage you to vote YES on or before April 25th, knowing that the District of Lake Country will not have to increase its budget or raise taxes to cover the costs of trail development.

Rail trail expert Leigh-Ann Johnson has seen firsthand how rail trails enrich communities in a variety of important ways.

Trail supports Lake Country’s social objectives In keeping with Lake Country’s Official Community Plan and Integrated Community Sustainability Plan, the rail trail would provide many social benefits. INDIVIDUAL ECONOMIC BENEFITS 4 Expands recreational opportunities for walking, running and cycling and for people in wheel chairs 4 Enables free, daily, healthy activities for people of all ages 4 Offers year-round opportunities to learn about and enjoy nature 4 Increases access to local lakes 4 Provides an accessible and safe route for commuters 4 Encourages students and teachers to cycle to and from school

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2. JOIN us at the Rail Trail Rally Sunday, April 19th from 11am-2pm at Beasley Park. Free lunch provided. 3. VOTE on or before April 25th. For more info on advance voting dates and locations, visit www.lakecountry.bc.ca. REMEMBER, EVERY VOTE COUNTS!

COMMUNITY BENEFITS 4 Connects neighbourhoods 4 Improves overall community mobility, health and quality of life 4 Reduces vehicle dependency and the resulting emissions 4 Enables the development of a 205-kilometre rail trail from Coldstream to Osoyoos and beyond

Help us take a big step toward enhanced community health, beauty and prosperity! Contact the Lake Country Rail Trail Action Team with your questions about the trail and/or to share your vision for our community’s future! 4 Campaign headquarters (#40-9522 Main Street)

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Purchase plans proceed despite pending lawsuit A civil court lawsuit filed by the Okanagan Indian Band (OKIB) is not stopping the inter-jurisdictional acquisition team from moving forward and attempting to acquire the CN Rail corridor for a future transportation corridor. In a suit filed in B.C. Supreme Court in Vancouver on March 24, the OKIB is seeking an injunction to block the sale of the discontinued CN rail corridor between Kelowna and Coldstream. “The partners remain unanimous in our commitment to complete this once-in-lifetime acquisition,” said Doug Gilchrist, divisional director community planning and real estate for the City of Kelowna on behalf of the

regional partners. “We are proceeding on what has always been our understanding—that CN owns the land outright and therefore has the legal right to sell the land.” The OKIB is claiming the land that CN is purporting to sell does not belong to them and is part of a large Commonage claim and the land should be turned over to the natives now that it is no longer being used for a railway. “It’s unfortunate it has come to this but we make no apologies when it comes to protecting the legal interests of our membership,” said OKIB chief Byron Louis. “The rail line runs through the Commonage Reserve and the OKIB has never lawfully

surrendered the land.” But according to the inter-jurisdictional team, the federal government’s status report on First Nation land claims states the Commonage Claim was reviewed and closed with no lawful obligation found. The property covered by the historical claim is approximately 28,000 acres and encompasses Highway 97 and hundreds of public and private properties spanning from Wood Lake to the north end of Kalamalka Lake and westward to Okanagan Lake. “We are proceeding on the understanding that the Commonage claim is a matter between the Federal Government and First Nations and it should have no bearing on the acquisition of land between a

private company and a local government,” said Gilchrist. “Land reserve challenges are ongoing across Canada and the City respects any final decisions.” The inter-jurisdictional team will continue its due diligence, including securing the financing required for the acquisition. The District of Lake Country referendum on April 25 will continue as planned. Pending a favourable resolution of any potential legal action, the partnership hopes the purchase and sale agreement can be completed in a timely manner. The regional partners will abide by any interim or final legal decisions issued by the court. The inter-jurisdictional team invited the Oka-

nagan Indian Band to be part of the acquisition team at the beginning of the process, however the band respectfully declined the invitation. Since then, municipal staff and elected officials have met with OKIB council members on numerous occasions to discuss this and other projects that could be mutually beneficial to all citizens. The municipalities of Kelowna, Lake Country, Coldstream and Vernon, as well as the regional districts of Central Okanagan and North Okanagan, have jointly identified the value the rail line could have as a continuous multi-modal transportation corridor connecting all the communities.

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Cast your vote by mail Residents who won’t be in town on general referendum voting day or can’t make the advance polling dates can still cast their ballot in the referendum on the CN Rail corridor purchase plan. Eligible voters, including non-resident property electors (NRPE), with disabilities, illness or injury that affects their ability to visit a voting location may apply for a mail ballot. “Qualified electors can download the application and registration form and send it in to us via email, fax or mail along with copies of two pieces of ID that prove identity and residency— at least one piece must contain their signature,” said Willene Perez, deputy chief election officer. “If they are a non-resident property elector, then one person per

property can vote if they also submit the NRPE Consent Form containing the signatures of other registered owners on title, and as long as there is not a corporation on title.” Complete and return the Application and Registration to Vote by Mail before 4 p.m. April 23, to the chief election officer. General referendum day is April 25 and advance polls are on April 15, 16, 17, 20 and 21 as Lake Country is seeking elector assent through a referendum to approve the borrowing of up to $2 million for purchasing 50 per cent of the Okanagan Rail corridor within district boundaries. “Visionary infrastructure investments are

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Rail trail financial commitments already lining up TRAIL FUNDRAISING A1 al costs to the taxpayers. We are very confident we can raise that ($5 million). There are all kinds of companies and individuals saying we want this and want to provide money for it.” Clements said his group already has financial commitments of $350,000 from two individual property owners in the area and adds there are many more individuals and companies that have come forward asking how to support the trail with financial donations. A study done by the Okanagan Rail Trail Initiative estimated it would take $7.3 million to develop the trail after it is purchased. The announcement Tuesday morning was part of an information campaign underway to get the word out about Lake Country’s April 25 referendum on borrowing $2.6 million to purchase the trail along with

trail. “I think people will come from all over to use this, it’s so gorgeous,” said Lynn. “We support this. It’s just part of community spirit and community support. It’s such a good thing for every-

one in the community.” “We haven’t heard too many many people against this,” added Bob. “I talk to people all the time and I have just heard one person say they are against it.”

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RESIDENTS Lyn and Bob Hansen say they are in support of the purchase of the CN rail corridor. Kelowna and the North Okanagan Regional District. Yes campaign manager Duane Thomson says future costs of the trail is a major question people are asking about the project. “This is a pay-as-you go project so we don’t have to do everything in the first year,” said Thomson. “We will not be asking local taxpayers with any help with development costs of the trail. There is a fear by locals that they will be charged for maintenance

of the trail. All of the objections to the trail are based on the argument that there is going to be more costs coming afterwards which is not true.” Lake Country residents Bob and Lynn Hansen dropped by the yes campaign headquarters on Main Street for some information before the official opening. Long-time residents of Lake Country, the couple’s acre-size property edges up on the CN Rail corridor and they say there is already a lot of people using it as a

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Treaty trouble has deep roots W hy did the B.C. government suddenly slam the door on their old friend George Abbott, after spending months recruiting him to head up the B.C. Treaty Commission? The instant media narrative, embraced by a shocked Abbott and then by NDP leader John Horgan, was that this was payback for grievances nursed by Premier Christy Clark from the 2012 B.C. Liberal leadership contest. Done on a whim, Horgan said after a week grilling Clark and Aboriginal Relations Minister John Rustad. Clark is suddenly a sore winner, lashing out, wrecking two decades of careful and costly treaty-making. Like many instant media narratives, this one makes no sense and is almost certainly wrong. If Clark was resentful about the roasting she received from leadership rivals Abbott and Kevin Falcon, she had

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Tom Fletcher an odd way of showing it. She appointed Falcon as finance minister to drive a stake into the harmonized sales tax, and Abbott as education minister to fashion a pre-election truce with the ever-hostile teachers’ union. Both completed their unlikely tasks and retired as heroes of the party in 2013. Outgoing chief treaty commissioner Sophie Pierre was as dismayed as anyone at the news of Abbott’s demise. While the two were in transition meetings, Pierre learned that she was not being replaced, leav-

ing the federal-provincial-First Nations Summit partnership of 22 years in a shambles. Clark went further when questioned by reporters about the sudden reversal. The future of aboriginal relations in B.C. may or may not include the B.C. Treaty Commission. “There have been some results, but four treaties in 22 years for $600 million is not enough result,” Clark said. “We have to be able to move faster, and we have to find a way to include more First Nations in the process.” That $600 million is mostly loans, from the federal government to First Nations to finance treaty talks. Of every $100 spent trying to honour the century-old duty to sign treaties across B.C., $80 is a loan from Ottawa, $12 is a grant from Ottawa and $8 is a grant from B.C. The plan was for First Nations to repay their loans out of cash settle-

ments made to them for 100-odd years of uncompensated resource extraction, which is now accepted as being contrary to British and Canadian law. It was the bluntspoken Pierre who first acknowledged this hasn’t worked. Some of the 50 First Nations stuck at the treaty table have borrowed too much to go on, she said last year, calling for an “exit strategy” that forgives debt. The probability of the B.C. government making this decision without talking to the federal paymaster is exactly zero. I’m told the province’s clumsy timing had something to do with Ottawa’s late demands. I asked Clark if her plan to settle land claims faster was anything like the 2009 attempt by Gordon Campbell’s deputy minister Jessica McDonald to negotiate a province-wide deal declaring aboriginal title. Clark sidestepped the question, saying only

that the 150 B.C. First Nations not at the treaty table need a say and a solution too. (McDonald now faces a similar legal gridlock as the Clark-appointed CEO of BC Hydro, trying to build the Site C dam.) Pierre, a veteran administrator from the Ktunaxa Tribal Council in the Kootenays, made a prophetic statement when her term as chief commissioner was extended three years ago. She said if Ottawa isn’t prepared to give federal negotiators a realistic mandate on compensation and sharing of salmon rights, they should “shut ’er down.” Her advice may have been heard after all. Tom Fletcher is legislature reporter and columnist for Black Press. tfletcher@blackpress.ca @tomfletcherbc

Their route began in Hindu territory. Hindus do not eat meat. Closer to Kashmir, they moved into Muslim territory. Muslims do eat meat. After many meatless meals, my parents hungered for meat. “I can get meat at the local market,” their guide assured them. “What would you like?” “Some lamb would be lovely,” my mother gushed. A little later, they heard a commotion outside their guesthouse. There stood their guide. With a local farmer, holding a very large knife in one hand. A string in the other hand led to a lamb, frolicking happily on the meadow. “You wanted lamb,” said the guide. “Which part would you like?”

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Outdated practice Rail corridor purchase spurs letters to the editor praised in sermons TAYLOR FROM A4

They didn’t have lamb that night after all. I doubt if most of us would eat meat if we had to sacrifice the animal ourselves. Or even watch it being sacrificed. So I’ve never understood why Christians so blithely refer to Jesus as the “Lamb of God,” especially during this Easter season. Yes, I know, the Bible uses that term. It comes to us on good authority. But in biblical times, animal sacrifice was taken for granted. Everyone who came to the Temple in Jerusalem was expected to offer some kind of creature for sacrifice. The outer court of the Temple became a shopping mall for suitable victims. Mosaic law required the sacrifice of at least two lambs every day in the Temple. By some accounts, the priest performing sacrificial rites on high holy days sometimes stood up to his an5kles in a river of blood. Still, sacrificing animals was a step up the moral ladder from sacrificing humans. In his dotage, Abraham thought that God wanted him to sacrifice his son Isaac, the way other peoples did. The book of Genesis says that God intervened at the last minute to provide a wild goat for the sacrifice instead. From then on, Abraham’s descendants

sacrificed only animals— and birds—instead of humans. Lambs had special significance for Jews, of course. At the first Passover, while they were still slaves in Egypt, God ordered them to sacrifice an “unblemished” lamb and feast on it, to prepare themselves for their escape into the desert. By smearing the blood of the sacrificial lamb on their doorposts, they could warn death to “pass over” that dwelling, while destroying the first-born in every Egyptian household. For the early Christian church, the symbolism was irresistible. It couldn’t help treating Jesus, crucified during the Passover period, as the innocent lamb, sacrificed so that others need not die. But the symbolism is now grossly outdated. We no longer sacrifice a bull on Bay Street to ensure prosperity, or fling chicken entrails on an airport runway to promote safety. Most of us would, like my mother, forego meat rather than needlessly slaughter a lamb. Yet I’m sure that countless Christians will hear sermons this week, praising a practice that is now both foreign and repugnant. Why?

We have received a lot of letters both extolling and vilifying the plan for Lake Country to borrow money to purchase the section of the CN Rail corridor that passes through the district. Over the next several pages are some of them.

To the editor: I have been a resident of Lake Country for 18 years. During this time I have been self-employed as a project manager for outdoor recreation facility development, working on all of the rail trails throughout B.C. I have managed over $26 million worth of projects

on these trails including the reconstruction of the Myra Canyon Trestles. I want to address the fears of some people that taxpayers will be paying directly through municipal taxes for the development and day-to-day operation of the [proposed] Lake Country rail trail. During my time in project management on these trails, matching funds and partnerships have worked in so many ways. For example, in 2009 we were able to receive $1,250,000 in funding from The Community Development Trust Fund in or-

der to employ seven labour crews working on rail trails for an average period of 25.5 weeks. This amount was matched by the Trans Canada Trail Foundation (TCTF) at a rate of 20 per cent. Two of the three regional districts (RDCK, RDKB and RDOS) through which the trail travelled contributed $95,000 in order to increase the value of the matched funds. All funds were spent on capital improvements to the rail trails. In addition I have managed funds from Tourism BC, the Ministry of Transportation,

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the Ministry of Forest and Lands, the Ministry of Community Development, Trans Canada Trail Foundation, Human Resource Development Canada and the Ministry of Environment. The B.C. government has proven that it is willing to invest in trail development in our province and the federal government often supplies infrastructure grants for these projects. While funding sources change every year and government ministries and programmes are continually being altered, these types of grants are regularly available. The

diversity of sources for these grants proves how diverse the benefits are that we would gain from this rail trail. Development and management of the majority of the rail trails in the province of B.C. are currently managed by wonderful groups of volunteers. In most cases these stewardship groups have established themselves as non-profit societies in order to maintain insurance and access funding through various grant applications that would otherwise not be accessible to their muni-

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Some concerns, but most writers for the purchase LETTERS FROM A5 cipalities. These groups have even accessed funds to implement largescale capital projects for their trails. They have achieved amazing feats for rail trails in B.C.. The Okanagan Rail Trail Initiative, a local citizens group, is planning to raise millions of dollars for development

once the acquisition goes through. These funds will pay for development directly and will be the source of matching funds to access other grants. While there is no absolute confirmed promise, I can’t see why it would happen in any other way than those who have gone before us. The District of Lake Country will not

Available to Meet I am home working in the riding April 3rd to April 17th. If you wish to meet with me to discuss issues or concerns related to the federal government feel free to call my office at:

250-470-5075 I will do my best to accommodate you. From my family to yours, have a very Happy Easter.

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have to direct its annual budgets to development and manage costs of the rail trail. Thanks for reading and please remember to vote on April 25. Leigh-Ann Johnson, Lake Country

COSTS OF CORRIDOR PROHIBITIVE To the editor: The corridor. I am against it because the costs are prohibitive. No one talks about the development costs, the upkeep, infrastructure like parking, safety access, water, add in the liability insurance, and the native community involvement—how much is that going to raise taxes in the future? Where are the treaty negotiations on this subject? If [Lake Country district] hall wants it so much why don’t they pay for it with their own salaries (paid by us of course)? Salaries at city hall are over $4 million per year, total supplies and services are over $20 million (2013 financial statement) and I have not even started on what LC needs as far as road safety, water, sewer, the food bank that needs community clean up more funding etc.

Add the Pelmewash Tobias J Smit, In addition, there are corridor, it is not even Lake Country plaques about the local close to an agreement. history. For example durTo me it has way more ing the war, there were SMALL COMMUNITIES WITH two large internment potential as far as access and development is camps along the route. VISION FOR A RAIL TRAIL concerned, it already has With the aid of local infrastructure and trail trail groups those small To the editor: connections. And how villages have embraced On three occasions I much is that project gohave cycled from Nakusp the abandoned railway as ing to cost the taxpayer an opportunity to profthrough to Roseberry, in all of those same asso- New Denver and to it for their own citizens ciated costs in the future Three Forks, (the Galena and to boost tourism. besides the railroad corWhy can’t Lake Trail). The rail bed starts ridor? More taxes? Country do the same? again in Slocan to WinAnd the list goes on. Personally, the decilaw, South Slocan and And this just to satisfy sion is not about whether onward to Nelson. a small vocal group that the money is needed to I’m always impressed. is now willing to spend First there’s the beauty of fix roads or other infra$25,000 to promote this, Slocan Lake, the lupens structure. That will alwith less than 10 per in bloom along the shore ways be a constant. This cent of the population as and the Valhalla Mounis about grabbing a onepotential users and a lot time opportunity to imtains as a backdrop. of those are from outside prove our future. Secondly, its impresour community. The Slocan Valley 50 sive how those small What if only one per km Rail Trail is managed communities (basically cent shows up when the on behalf of the Province abandoned silver minother 99 per cent are of BC by the Slocan Valing towns) have come paying for it? ley Heritage Trail Socitogether to maintain the With all the unpaid ety, a 100% volunteer ortrail and profit from it. and impossible to covIn the summer it’s dif- ganization that depends er liabilities we already on donations, volunteers ficult to find accommohave (municipal emand grants. Go to www. dation in New Denver ployees’ pensions, for inslocanvalleyrailway.ca for unless you book ahead. stance, in B.C. alone more information There’s a hotel, a motel, have over $1.3 billion in Diane Clement, and several B&B’s. There uncovered debt), I find it is further accommodaLake Country offensive. Nobody that tion along the trail. makes a $100,000/year The trail is clean, hard ONE CHANCE ONLY TO (like city hall) will feel packed with a couple the pinch but others will, of immaculate outdoor BUY RAIL CORRIDOR but the costs now and in bathrooms enroute. Past the future will get passed Slocan, following the rivTo the editor: along to every single per- er there is a spot with The opportunity for son that lives in Lake bleachers to observe naThe District of Lake B&W ad feb13:Layout 1 ture. 2/13/13 11:15 AM Page 1 to acquire 16 Country. Country kilometres of shore line on both Kalamalka Lake and Wood Lake for public use is a rare and unique gift for us. An opportunity that will only happen once and that is right now. No second chance, for if any part of this rail corridor is sold it would break the continuous public right of way and seriously destroy its value. Yes, there is a cost associated with this fabulous opportunity but there seems to be some misunderstanding about these costs. I get the impression from the ‘letters to the editor’ from some to pick up litter during “no” proponents that Community Clean-up month. their priorities are infraRegister your group NOW by structure upgrades and calling the Waste Reduction they seem to suggest that Office at 250-469-6250. these will not happen if the rail line is purchased. We supply The Lake Country d the bags an website seems very clear collect them when you’re that the rail line purchase done! would be done with borrowed monies. It is not current city plans or the rail line—it is both and so there is the extra cost. It appears the plans regionaldistrict.com/recycle the Lake Country coun-

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cil has for our district are otherwise unchanged and will go forward as if the rail line purchase opportunity had never come up. Many cities are now trying to buy back waterfront for the use of their citizens at what seem like prohibitive costs yet we have this gift of 16 kilometres for a reasonable sum. Vote ‘yes’ for this unique gift to your future. Gene Leveque, Lake Country

WHAT IF WE DON’T PURCHASE CN RAIL BED? To the editor: The referendum on the acquisition of the CN rail bed through Lake Country will decide the future of the corridor and also the future of Lake Country, particularly Oyama. Writers to your newspaper have provided a long list of the recreational, cultural, health, safety, environmental and economic reasons why the public should acquire the rail bed. Another consideration for Lake Country residents as they decide how to vote is what will happen to the rail corridor if the current referendum fails. The most likely immediate result will be the continued ownership of the corridor by CN, which will be free to dispose of the property piecemeal to the highest bidder. The corridor will be lost forever. Councillor Owen Dickie has painted a stark picture of condos lining the lakeshore along the Oyama isthmus, denying public access to the beach. Perhaps some people are not aware that the entire beach on Wood Lake including the section across from the Community Hall, long a favourite of Oyama families, will be privatized. It would be possible for the District of Lake Country to purchase a section of that rail bed from CN to provide public access to that beach on Wood Lake, but lakeshore land is prohibitively expensive. Lakeshore land on nearby Kalamalka Lake has a current assessed value of approximately $13,889

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Would you expect to find a visionary leader at a centre for higher learning or a spiritual retreat? What about at a colourfully graffiti-tagged skate park? Is age important when deciding who is a visionary leader? Recently Lake Country parks and facilities superintendent Shaun Lesowski met a young ,man who strikes us as a visionary leader. Ajay y Weintz is a George Elliot Secondary School student. On Feb. 26 when one of the parks crew was pruning trees at Swalwell Park, Ajay approached him and asked to borrow a broom and dustpan. Thereafter he spent several hours cleaning the skate park and surrounding area. He also asked to have a meeting with the parks superintendent. The meeting, scheduled for March 3 at noon started out between just Ajay and the parks superintendent, but within a few moments over two dozen young people were involved in the conversation, asking

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brief overview of how skating has evolved since the skate park was first built,” said Lesowski. “By updating the park it will reduce the amount of boarding in the water park and on the pavilion—something that we have been trying to eliminate. We also talked about the kids self-policing the area to reduce vandalism etc.” On March 9 Ajay was back at the skate park picking up garbage from the area once again. “He is trying to put together a work day/ spring clean-up,” noted Lesowski. “And besides general clean-up the kids plan to paint over some of the inappropriate graffiti in the bowl area.” Ajay wants to look into ways they could fund raise to help with renovations to update the skate park. Now that sounds like a visionary leader. “It is great to see the

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youth of the community getting involved in something they believe in.” emphasized Lesowski. “This recent experience with Ajay clearly demonstrates the importance of amenities for our youth and unmet needs,” said Greg Buchholz, director of infrastructure services. “Shaun and I believe this is a demographic that is under-served in our community and the issue they have raised is deserving of attention as part of the Parks and Recreation Master Plan. I think updating the skate park with the involvement of the youth that use it is a project that could be an excellent early opportunity that would be a ‘win’ for everyone involved.”

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beach for approximately $5.4 million. Why not buy the whole right of way including all of the CNowned lakeshore along the east side of Wood Lake, across the isthmus, and along the west side

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of Kalamalka Lake for $5.1million, with initial investment of $2.6 million? Put another way, the district would acquire 105 acres of prime real estate for under $50,000 per acre. A less likely scenario is that the City of Kelowna becomes the sole owner of the prime lakeshore property along these lakes. Kelowna will then do what is in its own best financial interests to recover its investment. Where Kelowna identifies land that is surplus to the needs of the transportation corridor, it would sell those lands. A good portion of the value to be realized in “surplus” land is in the broad strip of CN land along the Oyama isthmus. Why wouldn’t Kelowna sell that land to pay off the $5.1 million investment and add to its own cash reserves? We must keep control over our lands and our future. If the referendum fails and the District of Lake Country is unable to purchase 50 per cent of the equity in that portion of the rail bed within its boundaries, it will have “no skin in the game.” It will abrogate all

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TRANSPARENCY FOR THIS ON-GOING SOAP OPERA To the editor: Originally I was ambivalent about the rail corridor. This has changed as time has gone on and I get the distinct feeling Lake Country government is not being honest or ethical about the subject. First, they should have raised this issue before the last municipal election. Second, the dollar figures quoted do not include any development costs. Don’t tell me they have not thought of this. Even if it is only for hiking trails there is a cost. Please disclose accurate costs for the various options being considered before the referendum. So they lost the AAP petition and now there will be a referendum which is estimated to cost $10,000. I would bet my last dollar that if the AAP had gone their way there would be no referendum, one excuse of course would have been

the cost of a referendum. Here?s a crazy idea, lets have a referendum on open, transparent, ethical and honest governance. And now there is a ‘vote yes’ group being organized. No problem, if it is completely independent politically and financially of Lake Country government and has absolutely nothing to gain from a yes vote. Let’s have openness and transparency on all aspects of this on going soap opera. I also read that a “study found there would be $6.5 million in economic spinoffs per year beginning after year five of a potential trail.” How were these airy fairy figures determined? But if true, then why do our taxes have to increase to pay for it. Increase the taxes of those businesses that benefit from the corridor and at year five start refunding the resident taxes that had to be increased up to then to pay for the corridor. This brings me to the last issue. Were not the railroads originally given their lands so they would open up the country? If so, and someone please correct me with documented evidence if I am wrong, should the railroads not give the land back when they no longer have any use for it?

Since new local governments have grown up in these areas shouldn?t those local governments get the land? Also, for 2014, CN had a net income of $3.167 billion (their WEB site info). Surely CN can afford a tax deductible donation of the rail corridor if they actually bought the land originally. As an aside, how do you determine when a politician is misleading you? Their lips are moving and/or they feel the need to write newspaper articles about the subject to back up their position. Brent Walterhouse, Lake Country

TAKE THE PLUNGE AND VOTE YES To the editor: Thirty-five years in Lake Country, how lucky is that? Including 30 on an orchard adjacent to Wood Lake, so my family has many times walked lakeside portions of the railway. It’s a precious place to be—serene, peaceful, beautiful. And now we have the chance to secure this lakefront property for everyone to share. Lake Country has pressing infrastructure needs and a frustrating shortage of cash to deal with them. There also seems to be a distrust of government, and a resentment of the richer

community to the south. I truly believe we need to set aside these issues for the moment and think carefully about the future of our community. Stats tell us that my generation (I’m 67) is the most affluent generation ever, due in no small part to money we’ve made on outrageous land values; it’s predicted that coming generations will be far less fortunate, saddled with a housing market already unaffordable to so many. It seems incumbent on us to preserve as much outdoor space as we possibly can for future generations, many of whom will be scrambling to find affordable places to live and work. Walkers, hikers and cyclists travel to Europe every year to take advantage of dedicated trails that are kept separate from motorized traffic— why wouldn’t they come here if we offered something similar? The rail corridor will provide business opportunities for Lake Country residents—opportunities our children will need if they are to live and prosper here. So I ask you please, if you’re on the fence, take the plunge and vote yes for the future of our community—become a yay-sayer. And be sure to vote, there’s plenty of opportunities to do so. Anne Wise, Lake Country

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Ask The Dentist! by Dr. Lina Jung, DDS

Do Crowns Cause Root Canals?

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: My dentist told me that two of my teeth will need crowns in the next little while. I'm a 46 year old woman with good teeth. I remember someone saying that a crown will just bring on a necessary root canal. Should I wait and see?

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Crowns are a useful and necessary tool to use for specific dental conditions. First, let's deal with the root canal. Myth #1 – Root canals always cause great pain. If an infection in your tooth has reached the nerve, and is causing significant discomfort – a root canal may very well be recommended. With technology and anesthetics, many patients are surprised when we're done, because they expected some legendary dental pain. Refer to it as a 'deeper' filling and you are more accurate. Depending on which tooth, and how many canals (roots) it has, your GP dentist will complete it – or in difficult access areas you may be referred to an endodontist (specialist).

Myth #3 – If we 'watch' it, it may get better. When was the last time a strange ticking in your car engine got better by ignoring it? It just delays the inevitable. The best time to fix almost anything dental is NOW. Later = more expensive and fewer options. For example - a patient had a large cavity on a molar. I suggested a crown, but he insisted on the cheapest solution with a larger filling. It lasted less than a year because of forces with his bite. Now, he was in a root canal situation. We completed the root canal, and fitted a temporary cap on it. Several months later, we suggested he crown that tooth to protect it properly. He ignored us. Now, that temporary cap led to tooth failure, and his only viable solution is to extract it and consider a dental implant. He was complaining about the original cost, but an implant and crown will cost him double. Oddly enough, the new wheels on his truck cost $2500 each, but he has no dental budget! Your dentist is likely accurate, considering your age. We do see patients seeking a second opinion, and in healthcare that is always your prerogative and can be a wise decision!

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When I needed an expert opinion on Urban Living Realty Reality Okanagan, I turned to Kelowna Mayor, Colin Basran. Colin’s vision of a prosperous community that is connected economically, socially and politically details a responsible path towards Kelowna’s future prosperity. The encouragement of urban living in Kelowna will be a vital building block of a healthy city. When urban living residents have handy access to Kelowna’s infrastructure, mass transit and local industry the doors to local investment will continue to open while also encouraging a vibrant cultural renaissance. When you are ready to explore urban living choices in the Okanagan, make sure to call me to discuss your options, and watch for the Urban Living episode of Realty Reality airing April 11 on CHEK network or by visiting my professional FB page: Petrina Koltun - Okanagan Real Estate Professional!

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Even though a crown is placed on a seemingly fine tooth, it can still have sensitivity afterwards if the tooth had previously been at risk due to a deep cavity that needed to be fixed with a big filling close to the nerve.

Myth #2 – Crowns cause root canals. If the crown is fitted properly without spaces, it will not contribute to failure. The advantage of the crown over a large filling alternative is that the filling may be weaker than the crown, hastening tooth failure. Poor oral hygiene can lead to a recurring cavity under a crown which left unchecked can reach the nerve and cause the need for a root canal.

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Eating all those carrots, I’d imagine the Easter Bunny must have some pretty good eyesight huh? I have to admit that I get asked about carrots and the eyes several times per week – which is rather interesting because carrots are far from being the most eye-healthy food around. The story of carrots being good for your eyes actually dates back to World War II when the British Royal Air Force published a story that said skilled fighter pilot John “Cat’s Eyes” Cuningham could thank a steady diet of carrots for his night vision prowess. In response to the story, many British people began to eat and grow more carrots with the hopes improving their vision during the blackouts experienced during the war. Alas, despite their abundance of eye-healthy beta-carotene (which converts to Vitamin A), the likelihood of carrots making any impact on visual development is unfortunately rather low. If the Easter Bunny really wants to preserve the health of his vision, a diet of spinach, coldwater fish and orange peppers may be a better place to start. 49-9522 Main St. Lake Country 250-766-4240 www.lakecountryoptometry.ca

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What are some tips you would give to a First Time Home Buyer?

Taking the plunge into home ownership is exciting! Buyers need to be careful they aren’t biting off more than they can chew. Being house poor is not the way to get ahead. Affordability of the mortgage is key. I recommend that families should live on 70% of their income and use the other 30% to pay down debt and save for goals/retirement. Work through your budget and make sure the mortgage fits in your lifestyle. Have a financial planner run a credit check and walk you through it. This will provide some valuable insight as to whether you will be approved for a mortgage. It would also be a good idea to see what your Total Debt Servicing ratio is. This is another indicator as to how much you could be approved for when applying for a mortgage. There are many programs in place to assist first time buyers that are only available on your first home. It is important to work with a professional real estate agent, mortgage broker and financial planner that specialize in first time buyers to ensure you take advantage of these benefits. Once you have purchased your home make sure you revisit your financial planner to go over your new household budget and ensure you have the correct insurance in place to cover your mortgage.

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Celebrate Lake Country’s 20th Anniversary Paint a panel in a community mural A 24’x48’ mosaic-style mural to be mounted on the south wall of Winfield Memorial Hall will be developed from two artists’ work and using 480 (12”x12”) panels painted by local residents, students and artists. Everyone is welcome to participate. No specific painting talent is needed. Supplies will be provided. Come participate:

Winfield Memorial Hall Saturday, April 4 2:00 – 4:00 Oyama Community Hall Saturday, April 11 2:00 – 4:00 Municipal Hall Community Services Department 10150 Bottom Wood Lake Road Lake Country, BC V4V 2M1 t 250-766-6674 f 250-766-0200 development@lakecountry.bc.ca

NOTICE OF ROAD CLOSURE AND REMOVAL OF HIGHWAY DEDICATION BYLAW (DLC) 920, 2015 Tuesday, April 7, 2015 | 7:00 pm | Council Chambers Municipal Hall 10150 Bottom Wood Lake Rd Under Section 40 and 26 of the Community Charter, notice is hereby given that Council proposes to consider adoption of Road Closure and Removal of Highway Dedication Bylaw 920, 2015 at the Tuesday April 7, 2015 Regular Council Meeting at 7:00 p.m. Persons who consider they are affected by the bylaw may make representation to Council by way or written submissions prior to the meeting or by presentation at the meeting. Bylaw 920, 2015 authorizes the District to permanently close and remove the highway dedication of the westerly 1.5m of road allowance leaving the easterly 1.5m of road allowance for public walkway and transfer title of the closed road portion referred to in Bylaw 920, 2015 to the adjacent property being Lot B, District Lot 117, ODYD, Plan EPP17345, (Except Plan EPP37040).

GET MORE INFORMATION Copies of the application and relevant background material can be viewed at the District of Lake Country Municipal Hall, Community Services Department (2nd Floor) from Wednesday March 25, 2015 to Tuesday, April 7, 2015 between 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m., excluding weekends and statutory holidays. Call the Community Services Department at 250 766 6674. HAVE YOUR SAY Mail to 10150 Bottom Wood Lake Road, Lake Country, BC V4V 2M1

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Kettle River management plan is in place KETTLE RIVER A1 algae and small invertebrates. They live on those and are able to transfer the energy up to trout and birds that feed on them. One of the biggest pressures on them is sediment coming down the river that takes nice clean rocks and fills it with sand so they can’t access food or hiding places.” Those rocky hiding places and the natural habitat of the speckled dace is the same habitat where rainbow trout thrive. And because dace are listed on the SARA, there is federal money

available to try and help them. That, in turn, will help trout, the Interior of B.C.s top angling target. “Anytime you reduce sediment moving down the system you also help rainbow trout because rainbow trout spawn in the same type of gravel these guys live in,” said Arsenault. “If you protect the speckled dace you also help the rainbow trout.” According to Arsenault, past and current logging practices in the area have resulted in increased sediment heading down the river and other practices like agriculture and bridge-build-

ing have long allowed too much sediment to enter the Kettle system. Over time the sediment impacts the river by eroding the banks and widening it, and lowering the water level as the sediment is deposited on the river bed. Put together with low flows in the summer, intense agriculture practices that remove water from the river and a history of over-fishing and the Kettle system is hurting. To fight the sediment problem, Arsenault, is working on a project to improve habitat for the speckled dace,

a $116,000 project with funding through the federal government, inkind donations as well as a $20,000 boost from Trout Unlimited (TU) in Kelowna. Travis Lowe with TU says his group has been sitting on the money for years, looking for an appropriate conservation project to put it towards. “I think this project dovetails nicely with what our goals at Trout Unlimited are in terms of conserving Canada’s freshwater and coldwater resources,” said Lowe. “It really fits in with what KETTLE RIVER A12

Register before April 23 to receive a mail-in ballot MAIL-IN FROM A3 key to making our community a better place,” said Mayor James Baker, “and acquiring the dis-

continued rail corridor now is important because multiple government partners mean that our community will benefit from land and fu-

ture infrastructure that we would not be able to achieve on our own.” Mail ballots will be sent to those who have registered after the first

advance voting date, April 15. Find the forms and more information about the project at lakecountry.bc.ca.

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OKANAGAN RAIL CORRIDOR NOTICE OF REFERENDUM District of Lake Country 10150 Bottom Wood Lake Road | Lake Country, BC V4V 2M1 t: 250-766-5650 f: 250-766-0116 |admin@lakecountry.bc.ca

lakecountry.bc.ca The Question (open to all eligible electors in Lake Country) “Are you in favour of the District of Lake Country adopting Loan Authorization Bylaw (Okanagan Rail Corridor) 906, 2014 to authorize the borrowing of up to Two Million Six Hundred and Fifteen Thousand Dollars ($2,615,000) to fund the purchase of a 50% share of 16 kilometres of the Okanagan Rail Corridor within District boundaries?”

The Background In September 2013 CN Rail began the process of discontinuing the Okanagan rail line that runs from Mile 88 in Coldstream to Kelowna. After the Federal and Provincial levels of government declined the purchase it was offered to Municipal levels. The City of Kelowna, on behalf of the Inter-jurisdictional Acquisition Team (“IAT”) composed of Kelowna, Coldstream, Vernon, Lake Country, the Regional District of North Okanagan and the Regional District of Central Okanagan, entered into an agreement with CN to purchase the corridor. The City of Kelowna and the District of Lake Country then entered into a Memorandum of Understanding where the cost of the 16 kilometres of the corridor within Lake Country, approximately $5,145,000 will be funded 50% by the District borrowing up to $2,615,000 through Loan Authorization Bylaw 906, 2014 ($2,572,500 plus debt financing) and the City of Kelowna buying the other 50% of the land for $2,572,500. There is no repayment schedule or obligation to purchase Kelowna’s portion back although the intent is to buy the land back through the sale of surplus lands along the corridor. The annual interest on borrowing is approximately $164,655 per year over 20 years at an estimated 2.94% interest. The tax increase for borrowing, applicable to all properties within the District of Lake Country, will be approximately $27.00 per year on a house assessed at $475,000 (approximately $0.057/$1,000 of assessed value) This synopsis is not an interpretation of Bylaw 906, 2014 which can inspected on the District’s website and at the Municipal Hall Monday to Friday between 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. excluding statutory holidays.

Mail Ballot Voting To vote by mail complete the Application on the District’s website and submit it to the Chief/Deputy Chief Election Officer by 4 p.m. Thursday, April 23, 2015. Mail ballots will be mailed beginning April 15, 2015 and must be returned to the Municipal Hall by the close of voting on April 25, 2015. You can vote by mail ballot if:  you are qualified to vote as a resident or non-resident property elector;  you have a physical disability, illness, or injury that affects the ability to vote on all voting days;  you will be absent from Lake Country on all voting days.

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Applications to act as a scrutineer for the referendum can be completed online and submitted to the Chief/Deputy Chief Election Officer from March 30, 2015 to 4:30 p.m. April 9, 2015. Applications can be emailed to admin@lakecountry.bc.ca or dropped off at the Municipal Hall. Only one scrutineer in favour and one opposed to the question are entitled to be present at the voting location at one time. If more than one person wishes to be considered for appointment, the choice must be made by lot.

Elector Qualifications You are eligible to vote as a resident elector if you:  are 18 years of age or older on general voting day  are a Canadian citizen  have resided in BC for at least 6 months  have resided in Lake Country for at least 30 days  are not disqualified from voting in local elections You are eligible to vote as a non-resident property elector if you:  are NOT entitled to vote as a resident  are 18 years of age or older on general voting day  are a Canadian citizen  have resided in BC for at least 6 months  have been the registered owner of property in Lake Country for at least 30 days  are not be disqualified from voting in an election  only register for one piece of property  only one person can vote per piece of property  cannot have a numbered company or corporation on title  must provide written consent from other people on title Non-resident property electors can complete an Application on the District’s website which can be submitted up until the close of General Voting Day.

Documents Required to Register All electors must register on the day of voting by signing a declaration and providing 2 pieces of ID (picture ID is not required):  one must have your address (proving residency)  one must have your signature (proving identity) Examples of acceptable ID include a BC Driver’s Licence, BC ID Card, Care Card or Fire Arms Licence; a Lake Country tax notice, utility bill, vehicle insurance documents, credit or debit card or passport. If you do not have acceptable ID, you must have at least 1 piece with your signature and the Chief/Deputy Election Officer will provide you with a declaration of residency.

Voting Locations & Times

(polling stations are open to all eligible electors in Lake Country) ADVANCE VOTING DAYS Wednesday, April 15, 2015 8 am - 8 pm Municipal Hall 10150 Bottom Wood Lake Rd

ADVANCE VOTING DAYS Monday, April 20, 2015 10 am – 7 pm Okanagan Centre Community Hall 11099 Maddock Ave

Thursday, April 16, 2015 10 am – 7 pm Oyama Community Hall 15710 Oyama Rd

Tuesday, April 21, 2015 8 am - 8 pm Municipal Hall 10150 Bottom Wood Lake Rd

Friday, April 17, 2015 10 am – 7 pm Carr’s Landing Fire Hall 16625 Commonage Rd

GENERAL VOTING DAY Saturday, April 25, 2015 8 am - 8 pm GESS Community Gym 10241 Bottom Wood Lake Rd

Lake Country Calendar, April 01, 2015  

April 01, 2015 edition of the Lake Country Calendar

Lake Country Calendar, April 01, 2015  

April 01, 2015 edition of the Lake Country Calendar