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KITIMAT - AltaGas, the company leading a consortium under the banner of Douglas Channel LNG, is looking towards having a final investment decision for their Kitimat project later this year. It’s a small-scale project, especially compared to, say, Shellled LNG Canada, but depending on how everything lines up in their schedule they may have one notable benefit: they’ll be first. Even so, there’s still questions to be answered even in a small-scale project. For Kitimat Mayor Phil Germuth, a big question for this project is worker accommodation during operations, who is concerned that there is living spaces on the DCLNG’s floating facility
for employees. “The true measure of a real, healthy community is not how many jobs you have it’s how many families you have, and of course being this close to the community there’s really no reason for a fly-in/fly-out workforce, because [those] workforces don’t sustain communities,” he said. That’s the only primary concern the town has about the project, which will store liquefied natural gas on a floating vessel, and will ship out on tankers approximately eight times a year. In fact the project goes further and may reduce natural gas rates for residential customers. Until this project gets online, which uses the PNG pipe system, there is a lot of unused capacity in PNG’s line, which rates payers are picking up the slack on. If capacity is taken up with this
project rates for delivery will go down, it’s expected. AltaGas’ Vice President of Energy Exports Dan Woznow says the project is pegged at about $600 million, and construction-wise will employ between 80 to 125 people in the area. That is, in addition to the people who will construct the project’s floating facility overseas. “It’s going to be constructed overseas but there is on the ground construction for roads, berthing and mooring structures.” During the operations phase of the project Woznow said there will be between 50 and 70 people. On the concerns of Kitimat council he said they will look closely at onboard accommodations but said there will likely be
some limited spaces onboard for persons working on things like maintenance. The workers they’ll need on the ground to construct the facility will run from general labour to skilled, such as welders for the steel berthing structures and for the person to build an extra eight kilometres of pipe from the PNG line to reach the facility. While it may seem strange that such a small-scale project would find a place in a field filled with mega-projects, Woznow says that the project makes sense for the others in consortium specifically for its small size. The partners in the consortium are AltaGas, Idemitsu Kosan, EDFT Trading, and EXMAR. In production Douglas Channel LNG would produce 550,000 million metric tonnes a year of product.
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Tahltan company celebrates 30 years
DEASE LAKE - The Tahltan Nation Development Corporation (TNDC), the business arm of the Tahltan Nation, marked its 30th anniversary of incorporation on June 26, 2015. To celebrate TNDC has created a special anniversary web page and planned a series of activities and events over the next year, which launched with a 30th birthday party on June 27, in Dease Lake. Thirty years ago, Tahltan visionaries Ivan Quock, Chief of the Tahltan Band, Louis Louie, Chief of the Iskut Band, Patrick Etzerza, President of Tahltan Tribal Council (now Tahltan Central Council) and Jerry Asp, founding president, founded TNDC in response to economic development activity occurring in Tahltan Territory. They wanted the nation to benefit from responsible resource development occurring in the territory while ensuring Tahltan title and rights were re-
spected and the land Tahltans depend upon for sustenance was protected. “Our 30th anniversary is a tremendous milestone. Through growth and learning, TNDC has evolved tremendously over the last three decades. We owe our success today to our early Tahltan leaders for their vision and determination as well as the drive and commitment of successive leaders who have embraced the vision, building TNDC into an extremely successful business corporation and the largest employer in the region serving industry and contributing to the local economy,” said Garry Merkel, CEO/president of TNDC. “TNDC is a quintessential success story – a strong, progressive and financially-sustainable Aboriginal business corporation that is benefitting from resource development, working in partnership with in-
dustry and bringing financial prosperity to our nation, while continuing to exercise our title and rights. TNDC has matured beyond its status as a business for Tahltans; it has become fundamental in providing for our communities and our families. Most significantly, it is a symbol of our independence,” said Calvin Carlick, TNDC board chair. TNDC has grown significantly in size and capability since inception. Today it is a multi-million dollar corporation employing more than 30 core staff and hundreds of seasonal workers each year. It has established partnerships with 30 industry experts to expand its service offering and capabilities. TNDC has earned a solid reputation as an experienced, qualified, reliable, competitive and well-respected corporation through its work on hundreds of projects including mines,
hydroelectric and transmission lines, municipal infrastructure, and highway maintenance and construction. “It has been a remarkable 30 years and I am tremendously proud of what TNDC has accomplished. As with any business, TNDC has faced and overcome many challenges. I am grateful for the contributions of TNDC staff and board, past and present, for carrying forward the vision and values established by our Tahltan founders, and to our industry and business partners for their support and commitment,” Merkel added. TNDC is a model for Aboriginal business, demonstrating First Nations can benefit from responsible resource development through mutually beneficial and respectful partnerships. TNDC has provided significant, lasting benefits to the Tahltan community and the northwest region.
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PRINCE RUPERT - Wheeled Prince Rupert citizens on bicycles, skateboards or longboards are being stopped by police these past few days months, not because they’ve done anything wrong, but because they’ve done something right. Prince Rupert RCMP are handing out “positive tickets” - equalling a pool/gym pass or a free Slurpee from 7/11 to anyone seen wearing a helmet while riding their bikes or boards, outlined an RCMP release last week. It’s part of a new initiative focused on brain safety and responsible riding habits. Last summer, RCMP distributed 120 bicycle and longboard helmets courtesy of a grant from Northern Health and funding from Farwest Sports. The Prince Rupert detachment’s presence was also heightened at 2014 Seafest and Cow Bay Days to promote safe boarding and cycling hab-
its. A longboarding race, co-hosted by RCMP and Loaded Sports and school talks have also been part of the initiative. Not only is the program helping youth be safer on the streets while on wheels, but improving the relationship between younger residents and police. “We believe that this initiative will be well-received by the community and will help to bridge gaps between law enforcement and young people,” said Cst. Matt Ericson in the release. “In turn, it will assist in creating an environment focused on road safety education. While we are excited about issuing positive tickets we will also be increasing enforcement action for those who choose not to comply.” Summer is the time for outdoor adventures and RCMP members would like residents to enjoy their time in the sun, while having a safe and healthy time doing so, stated the release. If you have any information on unsafe behaviours, contact RCMP or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.
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Cow Bay Days set with 2015 schedule of events By Kevin Campbell
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PRINCE RUPERT - Children, teens and adults can get set for Cow Bay Days, held this Saturday from 11 a.m. until 4 p.m., with the 2015 map of events that is available at the festivities and here in the Northern Connector. At the main event area, located at the parking lot next to Cow Bay Gift Galley, a bouncy castle, animal balloons, a fire truck display, the Filipino kebab stand, Success by 6, SPCA, MNBC and Vancouver Aquarium tables will all be on display as well as an An-
gry Birds game by Overwaitea. A ball toss, face-painting, colouring contest and in-store samples and draws will also be available. Udder Bags has “Guess the Jelly Beans” and “Pop the Balloon”, Posh Pirates is hosting “Walk the Plank” and “Pull the Anchor” in the main event area, Opa Sushi is holding a Scavenger Hunt at 1 p.m. and Cowpuccino’s has a Flung Dung Contest at 2 p.m. with a gift certificate draw. Breakers Pub will hold an outdoor barbecue, Eagle Bluff B&B has sidewalk chalk art, Prince Rupert Adventure Tours is hosting a photo booth and two draws to whale
watch, the Ice House Gallery has a children’s art workshop and Skeena Kayaking will hold canoe rides for a fee to benefit Shriners Childrens’ Hospital. A surprise draw will be held by Seahorse Trading Co., Cow Bay Cafe has a spaghettieating contest at 3 p.m., Homework also has a surprise draw and Wheelhouse Brewing Co. Will set up a beer gardens area. Beef on a bun will be served by Rupert Meats as a Wildlife Shelter fundraiser at 11:30 a.m., Dolly’s Fish Market has “Kiss the Fish”, barbecue prawn skewer, crab boil and a gift certificate draw, RONA has golf in the
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Recommended new rules would limit local election spending By Tom Fletcher THE NORTHERN CONNECTOR
VICTORIA - Candidates for a council seat in a small community should be able to spend no more than $10,000 to run for mayor and $5,000 for a council or school board seat, says a legislature committee on local election financing. For larger communi-
ties, a population-based formula would limit a mayoral campaign for a city of 150,000 residents to just under $90,000, with other municipal candidates limited to half that. The formula would limit a candidate for mayor of Victoria, population 80,000, to about $50,000, while Surrey’s population of 470,000 would mean a cap of $180,000 to run
for mayor. The small-town limits apply to communities up to 10,000 residents. For larger ones, mayoral candidates would be limited to $1 per capita for the first 15,000 people, 55 cents per capita up to 150,000, 60 cents per capita for 150,000 to 200,000 and only 15 cents for communities larger than that. Fraser-Nicola MLA Jackie Tegart, who chaired the committee as it toured the province, said the limits are aimed to make running for local government “accessible and affordable,” while recognizing the vast difference between political campaigns in
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Sailors honoured at Prince Rupert Day of the Seafarer By Kevin Campbell
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PRINCE RUPERT - Since opening its doors three years ago, the Prince Rupert Seafarers’ Centre has hosted over 10,000 sailors and those whose lives and careers depend on the Pacific Ocean. It was exactly those fok who were the subjects of celebration last Thursday afternoon. This fifth annual Day of the Seafarer, recognized every June 25 by Canada’s Ministry of Transportation and the International Maritime Organization (IMO), a United Nations agency responsible for the safety and security of shipping, made its way to the shores of Prince Rupert and both the Prince Rupert Port Authority (PRPA) and the Prince Rupert Lighthouse and Harbour Ministry staff were on hand to honour those with “careers at sea” - the theme of the day. “It’s just a recognition of the sacrifices these guys make, leaving their homes and their families for long periods of time and not being able to communicate. So when they come to a port and they come off the ship, they come to a place where they can relax and they can go on Wi-Fi, they can go on the telephone and shop,” said chairman of the Lighthouse and Harbour Ministry Society and Seafarers’ Centre Norm Craddock. “We try to make it as attractive a place as we can for them.” A lounge at the centre on Third Avenue filled with games, computers, couches and more welcomes those coming from all over the world and the PRPA helped out with a large lunch and cake and $5,000 towards the centre’s operations.
“We talk about being a port on a global scale and a part of that also means being a part of a global shipping community and a mission like this is certainly a part of making sure that there is a community here. When [seafarers] visit us, the centre ensures they have a home away from home and that can’t be understated. And so, from the port authority, it gives us great pride and pleasure and it’s certainly very appropriate that we support this mission as well as we can and we’re very happy to be doing that,” said PRPA director of public affairs Ken Veldman. A release by the port authority mentions that the typical visitor works under a 10-month contract on vessels and some even longer. “We’re proud to be one of many orNorm Craddock ganizations around the world who specifically support international mariners while they’re in port and taking a break from their duties at sea,” Craddock also said in the release. The money contributed by the port will go towards the upkeep of two vans that help transport sailors to and from the ships as well as the centre’s property tax payments. Both locally and abroad, seafarers were under the spotlight as Canadian Minister of Transport Lisa Raitt chimed in, in another release from Ottawa. “I encourage all seafarers to share their stories and all Canadians to acknowledge those who earn a living at sea and their contributions to Canada’s prosperity,” Raitt said. Approximately 15 volunteers help out with the Seafarers’ Centre and anyone wishing to get involved can call 250-624-6724 between 4 p.m. and 9 p.m. or 250-624-8237.
“It’s just a recognition of the sacrifices these guys make, leaving their homes and families for long periods of time.”
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Seafarers from all over the world are welcomed at the Prince Rupert Seafarers’ Centre, a place where they can lounge, make phone calls, use the Internet, play games and have a base from which they can shop around town.
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Kitimat ponders implementing false alarm bylaw By Cameron Orr
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KITIMAT - For an average call the staff sergeant at the Kitimat RCMP says false alarms cost officers about half an hour of their time. Yet with an abundance of false alarms reported every month that time adds up fast, which has town council thinking about ways to solve the problem through bylaw. The RCMP in town have already taken steps to re-
duce call-outs for them, but the town itself is considering adopting a false alarm bylaw, and are looking at other communities in the province for examples. The week of June 8 to 14 alone had seven reported false alarms by the RCMP. Those files can range from calls which were cancelled before police arrival to incidents where officers had to ensure a property was secure. And as S/Sgt. Phil Harrison says, if it’s a place like a
school for instance, the time for officers can be substantial. The Kitimat RCMP has implemented a policy where if there have been three false alarms in six months the police will not return to the property on a call unless the owner provides documentation that the alarm system has been inspected and calibrated by a professional service. Councillors heard the report but did not immediately push for a new bylaw.
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Non profit society closing down Bob Quinn airstrip TERRACE - The nonprofit society running a gravel airstrip at Bob Quinn Lake along Hwy37 North is closing it down as of July 1. The society hasn’t qualified for any type of government assistance over the years and it’s never been able to develop a dependable and consistent income based on industrial use, says Keith Routley from the Bob Quinn Lake Airport Society. And now with repairs needed to a portion of the 4,000-foot long strip, the society doesn’t have the money for the work, he said. “We’re just a bush airstrip. That’s what you could call it,” said Routley of the airstrip which is 100-feet wide and has no buildings. He was able to get money for the airstrip from companies during periods of industrial activity but when projects finished, those companies moved on. And in that fashion, the airstrip fell right in line with the boombust economic nature of northern resource development, Routley added. Ideas such as placing it within a local government benefitting area to establish a tax stream or acquiring other crown
NEW HAZELTON New Hazelton RCMP responded to 98 calls during the week of June 18-24.. June 19 - Multiple unlocked vehicles in and around the 4200 block of 13 Ave. in New Hazelton were entered and searched. Change and minor items stolen. June 20 - At 2:30 am, a vehicle was stopped near Churchill St in New Hazelton. The driver displayed signs of alcohol impairment. After failing a roadside screening test, the driver was fined, prohibited for 90 days, and the vehicle impounded for 30 days. June 21 - Police responded to the ball field in Kispiox for reports of two intoxicated females causing a disturbance. One suspect was located and arrested. She was held until sober and released without charge.
lands and then leasing portions to companies for storage or other uses were not realized. The airstrip’s society did learn this spring of a provincial program but it would require the society to put up 25 per cent of the budget for any work and that’s money the society just doesn’t have, said Routley. The society runs on a shoestring with Routley acting, as he calls
himself, its “chief cook and bottle washer” and society founder. Closing would be a shame because the airstrip is centrally located to potential resource projects, Routley continued, because it’s in a climatic zone where warm air reduces the amount of snowfall and it has a reliable approach. It was built by the province during the
last days of Bill Vander Zalm’s Social Credit government in 1990, he said. “Back then it was what you could call the Iskut gold rush. There was a lot of activity. The worry was that the Americans would benefit by coming up the Stikine River to supply the camps,” said Routley. That convinced the government of the day to counter any American activity by con-
structing the airstrip. Its longest user was the Eskay Creek gold mine which closed in 2008. It was also used to an extend by NovaGold for its Galore Creek project before cost overruns shut down work there and just lately, it saw use during construction of BC Hydro’s Northwest Transmission Line. For several years, the airstrip was on the
list of stops as part of a seasonal service by Northern Thunderbird Airlines from either Smithers or Terrace. At the beginning of June, AltaGas used the airstrip to bring in company officials and others for the official opening of its run of river power projects on the Iskut River. Officially closing the airstrip, which will happen when its insurance
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runs out at the end of this month, means filing notices with aviation authorities, placing a large ‘X’ made out of white plastic strips on its surface, removing a windsock and removing oil barrels which now act as boundary markers. “But we couldn’t stop people from using it if they wanted to anyway,” said Routley of the airstrip.
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14 yrs + This presentation covers the requirements of industry and business to the concepts of workplace hazardous materials and how the employee can be more cognizant and safe in the use of them. A certificate will be issued upon successful completion of the course. If you require an afternoon or morning time please call 250632-8970 and have your name put on the course interest form and we will arrange one. Thurs., July 8 from 6 - 10pm $89 / 14 yrs $94 / 15 yrs + Riverlodge Meeting Room Brenda Dauphinee
Introduction to Archery
8 - 15 yrs Jim Wiebe has been instructing Archery for many years. Meet at the back of Kildala School where Jim will take you through the basic techniques of Archery. Concentration, steady aim and individual challenge will be a part of this experience. Sun., July 12 from 1 - 4pm $35 / 1 session 8 - 14 yrs Kildala School $37 / 1 session 15 yrs (around back) Jim Weibe
Sizziling Summer Fitmess
by the Kitimat Rod and Gun Club. Bring a bagged lunch. Targets and Ammunition supplied. Sat., Jul. 18 from 9 am - 3 pm $39 / 12 - 14 yrs $42 / 15 - 16 yrs www.kitimatshootingclub.com
Learn to Fish
13 yrs + Ron would like to share his talent of fishing and show you how fun fishing can be. With many years of experience providing fishing charters and owning Home Hardware, he has a tremendous number of tips up his sleeve. Rods and lures will be provided. Please purchase a salmon fishing license prior to class. Sun., Jul. 19 from 6 - 9 pm $79 / 1 session Meet at Riverlodge Parking Lot Ron Wakita
12 yrs + This program is designed to provide the young babysitter with more in depth information on child care. Learn valuable babysitting skills, how to handle emergencies, child development and rights and responsibilities. Certificates will be issued to students successfully completing the course. Last class will be longer due to written exam. Mon. - Thurs., Jul. 20 – 23 from 6 - 8 pm $55 / 4 sessions Riverlodge Tina Readman
Mount Elizabeth Hike
19 yrs + Have you always wanted to hike Mount Elizabeth but not sure how to prepare and how to make it happen? Join four members of Kitimat Search and Rescue as they lead a hike to Little Elizabeth (Big Elizabeth if conditions are right and enough participants are willing). This hike is quite challenging with Golf Lessons This junior golf clinics consist of a facility orientation some difficult sections over steep and/or rocky and safety precautions, with skill development such surfaces. Good footwear is a must, preferably hiking boot with Vibram soles or equivalent. as learning the swing, driving (tee offs), fairways (wood, hybrids and irons), chipping and putting. All Participants must be fit, not necessarily fast, but need to be in shape. A prehike meeting these elements of the course combined, will give you the skills so playing the course will be a breeze. is mandatory on Wed., Jul. 29 at 7 pm at Riverlodge. This meeting will give you the 13-16yrs itinerary, logistics, filing a pre-plan, what to Set 1- Mon., Jul. 13 from 9:30 am - 3:30pm wear, supplies to bring, food, hydration, packs $69 / 1 session 13 - 14 yrs and of course Q & A. All participants will be $73 / 1 session 15 - 16 yrs required to sign a waiver. Transportation will be Includes 3 hrs of instruction, equipment provided from Riverlodge. Mandatory Pre-Hike and 9 holes of golf Meeting at Riverlodge 8-11yrs Wed., Jul. 29 at 7 pm Set 2 - Mon., Aug.10 from 1:30pm - 3:30pm Hike date: Sat., Aug. 8 or $30 / 1-3 hour instructional session/ Sun., Aug. 9 from 7 am - 6 pm equipment (Alternate dates are Aug. 15 or 16 if weather doesn’t cooperate the week 12-15yrs before.) Set 3- Wed., Aug. 12 from 1:30 - 3:30pm $79 / 1 hike plus meeting and $30/1-3 hours of instruction/ equipment transportation to Mount Elizabeth 15 yrs base $32 / 1-3 hours of instruction/equipment Kitimat Search & Rescue Meet at Hirsch Creek Golf Club Steve Haggard Introduction to Steve has been a member of the Professional Golfers Association of Canada (PGA of Canada) for 16 years, working at golf facilities throughout British Columbia and Alberta. He is now the manager for the Kitimat Hirsch Creek Golf and Winter Club. His philosophy on golf instruction is to teach the person not the system. Individual personalities, body types, physical gifts or limitations are incorporated into personalized instruction. His lessons are tailored to these factors and explained in an easy to understand manner.
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12 - 16 yrs The Kitimat Shooting Club will provide a shooting range orientation session and safety instruction for new or experienced young shooters. Experienced instructors will coach each participant on proper shooting principals. Program operated by the Kitimat Shooting Club, with support of others at Fire Mountain Shooting Range. Firearms supplied
Pottery Hand Building
13 - 16 yrs In this class we will learn the basics of pottery hand building. We will make projects using techniques of pinching, slab and coil construction. Each student will create several fun projects and finish them with colourful underglazes and a clear food safe glaze. Projects will include a mini clay planter, a lantern, a chia pet, or a whistle. Mon., Aug. 17 - Tues., Aug. 18 from 6 - 9 pm $65 / 2 sessions 13 - 14 yrs $69 / 2 sessions 15 - 16 yrs Riverlodge Pottery Room Shawny MacKay
Yin Yoga is deeply relaxing and is a class that can help you rediscover calmness and clarity in your mind and comfort in your body. Classes target connective tissues of the hips, pelvis, and lower spine to allow more flexibility. Yin is the other half of your workout that’s been missing. Discover what your body’s capabilities really are. Tue., Thur. July 14 - Aug. 13 6:45 – 7:45 pm $80 / 10 sessions Elnor Zwozdesky RYT-200
Gentle Hatha Stretch
Unite and balance energizing and relaxing systems in the body. More than mere stretching. A combination of poses and breathing practices that helps maximize tone, build stamina and invigorate the system. Tues., Thurs., July 14- August 13 9:30 – 10:30 am $80 / 10 sessions Activity Room Elnor Zwozdesky RYT-200
NEW! Yogi Bears
A specialty class for children in 5-12 years old. Yoginis come together to explore yoga outside in nature. Classes explore yoga poses, breathing exercises, visual imagery and relaxation techniques while conveying lessons in self-expression. Tues., Thurs., July 14 - August 13 3:30 – 4:15 pm $50 / 10 sessions Elnor Zwozdesky RYT-200
Yoga for Happiness
Have you noticed how the breath changes with different emotions? Our breath is deep and long when we are happy, shallow and short when angry or upset. Using the breath, you can relieve stress, relax and re-energise your mind and body. Want to know how? Join us for gentle, joyful yoga, breathing exercises and meditation to help you relax and rejuvenate. It is suitable for all levels of experience. Offered by Tanu and Anand, authorised teachers from the Art of Living Foundation. Thurs., July 2 & Wed., July 8, 15 7:00 – 8:00 pm By donation
Women on Weights Small Group Training
The group fitness class in the weight room. Join Joanne Mueller to learn the basics of the cardio and weight room. Take the fear out of weight room training and learn how to safely and effectively use the machines and free weights. Mon., Wed., Fri., Set I July 8 – 31 st Set II August 5 – August 28 7:00 – 8:00 pm $148.50 / 11 sessions Joanne Mueller
Cardio Combo 30/20/10
A Combination of movements that provide cardiovascular challenge for 30 minutes followed by 20 minutes of strength training and muscle endurance with a 10 minute stretch. Tue., July 14 – August 18 9:00 – 10:00 am $34 / 6 sessions Cheri DeMelo & Cori Boguski
Keep Fit Circuit
Improve your strength, flexibility, balance, and muscle tone using hand weights, tubing, body weight and small balls. This circuit class combines various cardiovascular components with strength and conditioning. Thurs. July 16 – August 20 9:00 – 10:00 am $34 / 6 sessions Cheri DeMelo & Cori Boguski
This ultimate ab class focuses on helping you strengthen your core and girdle region ultimately improving your posture and balance. Help minimize back pain with strong abdominals. This class will be adapted to participants personal needs. Tues., July 7 - August 25 6:45 – 7:30 pm $45 / 8 sessions Joanne Mueller
Sculpt and tone your entire body. This strength training class uses a variety of equipment, including free weights, resistance tubing, body balls and your own body weight. Thurs., July 9 - August 27 6:45 – 7:45 pm $45 / 8 sessions Joanne Mueller
NEW! Beach Body Classes Insanity Workout Classes
INSANITY is a predesigned interval class that requires no equipment and is easy to learn and fun to participate in. This is a challenging heart-thumping class that provides a variety of modifications for all fitness levels. The group exercise adaption of this workout has been designed to give participants a safe, challenging , results–driven experience. Mon., July 20 - August 24 (No class Aug 3rd) 7:00 – 8:00 pm $30 / 5 sessions Kylie Louttit NEW INSTRUCTOR!
Kick, Punch, Dance & Sweat! The evolution of Kickboxing!! A Combination of Dance and Kickboxing moves; Cardio aerobic activity; put together to heart pounding high energy music. Wed., July 22 - August 26 7:00 – 8:00 pm $36 / 6 sessions Kylie Louttit NEW INSTRUCTOR! Riverlodge Call if you are interested in Personal Training with Kylie.
Block Party Rentals Having an outdoor party? Need some equipment? We have outdoor sports equipment to add some spice to your party! #1 HANDS UP: Outdoor Volleyball Equipment #2 UP, UP & AWAY: Parachute, Bean Bags, Earth Ball, Beach Balls, Nerf Balls, Frisbees #3 SPORTS PACK: Beach Balls, Soccer Balls, Softball & Bat, Frisbees, Tug-of-War, Horse Shoes, Bocce Ball Set Fee for 1 Unit: $29.75 / day + $100 Refundable Deposit Fee for 3 Units: $67.10 / day + $200 Refundable Deposit
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Snowflake Seniors Centre
Schedule of Ongoing Weekly Seniors Activities
Senior Citizens Association - Branch 129
658 Columbia Ave. V8C 1V5 (beside Riverlodge) • Tel. 250-632-3405 • 250-632-3464 • Web: www.kitimatseniors.com Seniors’ Programmer: Jocelyn Iannarelli Tel: 250-632-3475 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
An annual membership of $20 is required to participate in all monthly and ongoing programs and events. Our monthly meetings are held on the first Thursday of every month at 1:00pm (excluding July and August).
The Snowflake Senior Centre welcomes all seniors 50 years or better to participate in the many activities held both at the centre and at other venues.
Your attendance is welcomed and encouraged.
Multicultural events, potluck suppers, barbecues and many other special events take place regularly. We also have volunteer opportunities here, along with special interest classes, workshops and presentations. Drop by the centre and pick up our free newsletter or call and ask for it to be emailed out to you.
Monday Tai Chi .............................7:00am Table Tennis ...................8:30am Exercise Class .............11:00am Sueca ............................12:15pm Cribbage .........................1:00pm Skat .................................6:00pm Bridge .............................7:00pm Seniors’ Band...................... TBA
Tuesday Tai Chi .............................7:00am Pickleball ........................9:30am Sueca ............................12:15pm Carpet Bowling ..............1:00pm Singing Group ................1:30pm Entertainment ................6:00pm Chess ..............................6:00pm
Wednesday Tai Chi .............................7:00am Table Tennis ...................8:30am Sueca ............................12:15pm Bridge/Mahjong .............1:00pm Floor Curling ..................1:00pm Crafts ..............................1:00pm Whist ...............................7:00pm
Thursday Tai Chi .............................7:00am Pickleball ........................9:30am Sueca ............................12:15pm Carpet Bowling ..............1:00pm Entertainment ................6:00pm
Friday Tai Chi .............................7:00am Line Dancing ................10:30am Exercise ........................11.00am Sueca ............................12:15pm Poker ..............................6:30pm
Monday to Friday - 9am to 4pm Saturday and Sunday - Closed
Admission Fees for Public Sessions Riverlodge, Tamitik and Sam Lindsay Aquatic Centre, including Courts and Rock Wall
SINGLE ADMISSION* DROP IN FEE
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LEISURE ACCESS MEMBERSHIPS*
SINGLE ADMISSION* DROP IN FEE
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6 MONTHS 12 MONTHS
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Public Sessions Include: PUBLIC SWIMMING PUBLIC SKATING
WEIGHT ROOM CARDIO ROOM
• Children under 12 are not permitted to use the weight room or cardio room • 13 to 15 year olds must be accompanied by an adult in the weight room or cardio room
OPEN GYM SHINNEY HOCKEY
RACQUET COURTS PING PONG
• Children 6 and under using the facilities must be accompanied by an adult • Sam Lindsay Aquatic Centre: Children 6 and under must be within arms reach of accompanying adult at all times
• You must be 16 to use the saunas at Riverlodge and Tamitik
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July 6 to August 20
9am to 3pm 9am to 3pm 9am to 3pm 9am to 3pm
9am to 3pm
Yukon Park Chilko Park Yukon Park
This awesome program is for children ages 6-12 years (or 5 year olds attending Kindergarten in September). Come out & enjoy the summer with our experienced & energetic staff at designated local parks! There will be games, crafts, friends & of course, lots of fun! Remember to dress appropriately for the weather & provide your child with a lunch & healthy snacks.
~ Supervised Lunch 12 to 1pm ~ PLEASE BRING A PACKED LUNCH IN CASE OF RAIN - MEET AT RIVERLODGE GYM
Tweedsmuir/ Tweedsmuir/ Heron Park Heron Park Gwyn Park Gwyn Park
9am to 3pm 9am to 3pm 9am to 3pm 9am to 3pm
9am to 3pm
~ Supervised Lunch 12 to 1pm ~ PLEASE BRING A PACKED LUNCH IN CASE OF RAIN - MEET AT PENTECOSTAL CHURCH BASEMENT
Need childcare before or after work? Riverlodge will also be offering pre and post childcare from 7-9am and 3-6pm for a fee of $2 per morning or $3 per afternoon each day. Or register for the whole week for $25! Kids will be transported to and from the parks to enjoy the daily activities.
TAMITIK SPORTS COMPLEX
400 City Centre, Kitimat, BC V8C 2G3 • 250-632-8955
When’s The Pool Opening?
Call the Arena Coordinator at 250-632-8955 We have weekday and weekend times available: Starting August 17, 2015 in the Tamitik Arena. Ice must be booked in 5 hour blocks. Adult ......................... $189.20 per hour Youth ........................ $187.35 per hour
Aquatic and maintenance staff are busy working through the reopening procedures of the pool. Items to complete prior to opening to public include: • All mechanical systems working correctly • Clean water test from Northern Health • Recertification of Aquatic Staff. It is anticipated the above will take up to four weeks to complete. Please watch the District of Kitimat website (www.kitimat.ca) and our facebook site as well as local media outlets for updates on opening and on summer swim lesson registration.
Campground Information Park Shelter Bookings
Both Radley Park and Hirsch Creek Park have picninc table shelters equipped with barbeques and tables. These shelters are suitable for use by organizations, family and neighbourhood groups and can be booked by calling a Leisure Services Clerk at Tamitik 250-632-8970. This area is for shared use at no charge. Regular park season ends September 15 (weather dependent). Sani Dump is open until then.
Tips for Hiking in Bear Country
PARK CAMPGROUND FEES SUMMER RATES per night
RADLEY (Open July 10)
WINTER RATES per night (Sept.15-Oct. 15)
WITHOUT ELECTRICAL HOOKUP
WITH ELECTRICAL HOOKUP
COIN OPERATED SHOWER
WITHOUT ELECTRICAL HOOKUP
WITH ELECTRICAL HOOKUP
COIN OPERATED SHOWER
**SENIORS/ PHYSICALLY CHALLENGED
$1/5min Flat rate $10
**50% discount between September 15 and October 15 for seniors and physically challenged only. Park Season open/close dates are dependent on weather
• Bears feel threatened if surprised - hike in a group and make loud noises. • Whistle, talk, sing or carry noisemakers such as bells or a can containing stones in dense bush and near rushing water don’t depend on your noisemaker being heard. • Stay in the open as much as possible. • Use extra caution and watch for evidence of bears - most bears will leave if they are aware of your group’s presence. • Keep children close at hand on trails. • Be especially alert when travelling into the wind - a bear may not get your scent and be warned of your presence.
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Friday, July 3, 2015
Abandoned pipe found to have oil seepage
Who says you can’t garden in Prince Rupert? CONTRIBUTED / THE NORTHERN CONNECTOR
PRINCE RUPERT Nathan Sawka, 6 (left) and Cameron Sawka, 9 (right) surround themselves with their lush, green deck garden. All plants were grown from seed and both boys chose what they wanted to grow and have done a large part of the watering and fertilizing of their garden.
By Rebecca Watson
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PRINCE RUPERT This past Monday, the Western Canada Marine Response Corporation (WCMRC) began cleanup work on the north shore of the Prince Rupert harbour. “It appears old bunker fuel was residue in a pipe and with the higher temperatures we’ve had recently the viscosity was reduced and became liquified turning into a very small drip on the north shore,” said manager of communications at the Prince Rupert Port Authority (PRPA), Michael Gurney. A rainbow sheen in the harbour was observed by PRPA staff Sunday who discovered a small oil leak was coming from a pipe located by the berths beside Westview Wood Pellett Terminal. “It’s literally dripping, not flowing. It’s a very small quantity and has only been dripping for a couple of days based on our observations. There is no more fluid air escaping into the harbour,” Gurney said. The old pipes, not used for decades, predate the port authority’s acquisition of the property. Although they pass through the property they are not part of the port authority’s infrastructure. “The era of the pipe is not directly known but is believed to have carried bunker fuel from a storage facility uphill,” Gurney said. On Sunday, the port authority began to work with a variety of agencies in response to the leak. First on scene was WCMRC who contained the oil dripping from the pipe with a boom from the shoreline. Excavation work on Monday began to identify the source of the leak and the exact point the pipe could be be cut and sealed. “With containment behind us it’s time for cleanup and make sure this pipe can be cleaned up using steam cleaning and can be shut and sealed,” Gurney said. The port authority started consultation work with an environmental agency to assess the impact on marine life and vegetation since Monday.
REBECCA WATSON / THE NORTHERN CONNECTOR
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Sunday, July 5 Coffee/tea at 9:30 am NO “Bible Connections” or Sunday School Worship at 10:00 am
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Sixth Sunday after Pentecost Sunday, July 5 at NEW TIME OF 1:00 PM
Saturday Night Service July 4 at 7pm
Eucharist with Fr. Ernest Buchanen I am the bread of life. He who comes to Me shall never hunger.
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REDEEMER LUTHERAN CHURCH CONGREGATION OF LUTHERAN CHURCH CANADA
Pastor Clint Magnus • ph. 250-632-6962 KITIMAT TERRACE 1474 Nalabila Blvd. 3226 Kalum St. (Happy Gang Centre)
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2:00 pm Sunday Worship
Christ the King PARISH
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Saturday Evening at 7:30 pm Sunday Morning at 10:00 am
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Joint United-Presbyterian • Sunday Service at 10am at First United Church for July STORIES AND PARABLES • Rocky Sand, Sandy Rock
A New Testament Church tel. 250-632-1146
6:30 pm every Friday at Riverlodge
Kitimat Pentecostal Fellowship Pastor Mickeal Hoffman 1340 Kingfisher Avenue Church Ph. 250-632-5623 www.kitimatpentecostalfellowship.com
Sunday, July 5 - 10:30 am Morning Worship Service and Children’s Church Wednesday Evenings 7:30 pm - Bible Studies ALL ARE WELCOME
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AUTOMOTIVE MECHANIC Needed for busy business Full time, need your own space/shop to service vehicles call: 250-639-0140
EXPERIENCED LOADER OPERATOR NEEDED to provide snow removal services as required for each upcoming winter season. Loader is on site. This is a casual/part time position for Kitimat local. For more info: 250.279.0444 Please email resume to: lawolďŹ email@example.com
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September 15, 1943 July 5, 2010 â€œGodâ€™s garden must be beautiful, He always takes the bestâ€?
Byron passed away peacefully at home with his family by his side. He is predeceased by his parents, Rudolph and Lolleta Ramdatt and his brother Hezekiah. Byron is survived by his wife, Claudette and three daughters, Jacqueline, Marjorie, and Christine (Paul), and two grand-daughters, Olivia and Mayah; three sisters and three brothers, nieces, nephews, and many cousins and friends. A memorial service was held in Kitimat on July 14, 2010 and Byron was laid to rest in Jamaica on October 23, 2010. A Thanksgiving Service was held at the Methodist Church in Manchioneal, Portland, Jamaica. The family of Byron Ramdatt would like to express their gratitude for your prayers and support during this difficult time. We acknowledge with deep appreciation the team of family, friends, Physicians, and Health Care Professionals, who were by his side every step of the way. Special thanks to Mackayâ€™s Funeral Home, Father Kenneth Uwaoma, for everyone who attended and assisted with Byronâ€™s memorial, for all the lovely cards of sympathy, the beautiful flowers, the lovely meals and baked goods, as well as your donations to the BC Cancer Society and Hospice Association.
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The Program Instructor is responsible for assisting participants who will be entering into specific industry trades. The Program Instructor will assist participants to enhance/increase their proficiency/literacy levels that will address the identified skill gaps reluctant from the TOWES assessment. Implementation of lesson plans, evaluation processes as well as classroom instruction one-to-one and group-based instruction. ROLE/RESPONSIBILITIES tAnalyzes interviews and surveys collected to create job profiles that will direct the development of employer/industry-focused curriculum tProvides program orientation and pre-program invigilation of TOWES testing; tDefines student learning outcomes of the program based on employer/industry requirements tDesign course outlines and instructional materials tImplements the learning program and assessment tools for evaluation tCounselling sessions with client to deliver an appropriate â€œindividualized employment plansâ€? using existing Essential Skills resources; new Essential Skills based learning tools Group workshops and self-directed learning practices tArranges for post-TOWES and debrief results and next step planning tParticipates in weekly and/or bi-weekly project team meetings QUALIFICATIONS tBachelorâ€™s degree in Adult Education or a Provincial Instructor Diploma tMinimum of 2 yearsâ€™ experience in Curriculum Development and Adult Education tEssential Skills Practitioner Certification PREFERRED SKILLS, KNOWLEDGE & ABILITIES tExperience working with Aboriginals or for Aboriginal organizations tCompletion of or willingness to train in: Intro to Essential Skills and Beyond TOWES, Workplace Materials tDevelopment and Essential Skills Profile Analyst Certification tFamiliar with the required LNG trade requirement for trades such as Heavy Equipment Operators, Welders, Truck Drivers, Steamfitters and Pipefitters, etc. tThoroughly familiar with electronic, print and other resources used in making helpful career and job search suggestions to clients tWorking knowledge incorporating Essential Skills in an employment assistance capacity tAbility to facilitate groups and conduct individual counselling sessions tStrong abilities in both oral and written communication; writing reports, business correspondence and presentations tDemonstrated ability to communicate effectively with Case Managers and other colleagues tStrong work ethic, planning and organizational abilities tDemonstrated ability to prioritize and complete work within a demanding work schedule tProficient in the use of: Microsoft Word, Microsoft Outlook, Power Point and Excel and has sufficient skills to help clients to use electronic resources To apply send a Resume with Cover Letter to: Jacquie Ridley, Chief Operating Officer Tribal Resources Investment Corporation Box 339, Prince Rupert, BC V8J 3P9 OR Drop off at :100 Grassy Bay Lane (Beside gas station) Application Application closes closes July June17, 15,2015 2015Start StartDate: Date:TBD TBD
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DISTRICT OF KITIMAT
DIRECTOR OF CORPORATE SERVICES Reporting to the Chief Administrative Officer, your primary responsibilities will be to fulfill the statutory duties of Corporate Officer as required by Section 148 of the Community Charter. These duties include the preparation of meeting agendas, minutes, correspondence and related documentation; attendance at Council meetings; recording minutes of closed Council meetings; and the preparation of reports, bylaws, contracts and agreements. The Director of Corporate Services will also act as the Chief Elections Officer; Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Coordinator and is responsible for the Records Classification and Retention System. This position also performs the duties of Personnel Officer for the District including recruitment of staff; development of personnel policies and procedures and administration of the Collective Agreement. The successful candidate will have a thorough knowledge of the legislative, legal and corporate responsibilities outlined in the local government legislation and a minimum of five years of local government experience complemented with a degree/certificate and/or recognized course work in municipal/public administration. Experience in human resource management and labour relations is required. The successful candidate will have well developed organizational, time management, written communication and interpersonal skills. Salary range is $94,275 to $122,003 per annum plus a full benefit package. Interested candidates should submit a detailed resume, including references, by July 10, 2015, 4:30 p.m., to Personnel, District of Kitimat, 270 City Centre, Kitimat, B.C., V8C 2H7, Fax 250- 632-4995 or e-mail email@example.com. Community information can be obtained from our website at www.kitimat.ca. We thank all applicants for their interest, however, only those candidates selected for further consideration will be contacted.
Haisla Nation Council HAISLA PO BOX 1101, KITAMAAT VILLAGE, BC V0T 2B0
PH: (250) 639-9361 Toll Free 1-888-842-4752 FAX: (250) 632-2840
has an immediate opening for the position of:
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Develop cash budgets; Assist with developing policies in relation to non-government revenue; Recording and tracking of investments; Full set of accounting records for subsidiary companies; Review of agreements to ensure compliance; General accounting including month end and annual procedures; Assist in capacity development of the Finance Department employees and Program Managers; Ensuring accuracy and compliance to accounting standards, procedures and internal control; Recommending and implementing improvements to accounting systems and management practices; Provide backup, as needed, for the Finance Department for Accounts Receivable, Accounts Payable and Payroll; Reconcile GL accounts; Problem solving and decision making; Critical thinking, paying attention to details; Significant use of memory and researching information; Computer use, Continuous learning; To follow the HNC personnel policy and manual; Other related duties as required by the Finance Manager.
The successful candidate will have the following essential qualifications: • Accounting designation preferred; • Experience working in non-profit or fund accounting an asset; • Experience working with First Nations financial administration an asset; • Experience with Excel, Word and accounting software - Adagio and Easy Pay an asset; • Must possess a valid BC Drivers license; • Must be willing and able to pass a criminal record check.
Interested individuals should submit a cover letter and resume which must include names of three (3) references and the express permission for HNC to contract the references, to: Stephanie McClure, Human Resources Manager Haisla Nation Council Haisla PO Box 1101 Kitamaat Village, BC, V0T 2B0 Fax (250) 632-2840, Phone (250) 639-9361, ext. 204 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Applications accepted no later than 4 pm on Monday, July 13, 2015. We thank all applicants for their interest, however, only those short-listed will be contacted.
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METLAKATLA DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY
Employment Coordinator Reporting to the Director of Education of the Coastal Training Centre this person will offer leadership in the provision of training and employment programs. This person will work closely with the CEO of the MDC and other staff members. The primary purpose of this position is to identify opportunities for employment for Metlakatla members within Metlakatla territory. In pursuing this goal, the person in this position will be responsible to build relationships with all major local employers and all major industries, organizations and projects in the region. She/he will also work closely with Metlakatla members to identify their employment needs, barriers to education, training or employment and will work towards finding solutions to these barriers. Primary Duties and Responsibilities: tTo oversee and maintain the Metlakatla Skills Inventory database tWork with all employers to identify current and future employment opportunities tLiaising with and participate in major economic and employment project strategy development and implementation tIdentifying and addressing Metlakatla member’s barriers to education, training and employment tDeveloping and executing strategies to increase member (especially youth) awareness of the range of training programs and career and employment opportunities to pursue tOne-on-one and group career counseling with members tAssessing or arranging for the assessment of Metlakatla member qualifications, certifications, work experience and preferences, need for supports, etc. tCoordinating training and employment activities tReferring members to the CTC for developing and/or assessing and arranging third party education, training and employment programs and services tMonitoring government and industry groups for funding and partnership opportunities on education, training and employment strategies. tWorking with the CTC to prepare, manage and report on an annual education, training and employment plan tWorking with all major employers to provide Cultural Awareness workshops for them and their staff in order to change the Corporate Environment so that it is more conducive to all employees working together tOther duties and responsibilities as appropriate Qualifications: tUniversity degree and/or 2-year diploma in a relevant discipline or an equivalent combination of education and experience tSuccessful completion of training and employment counseling seminars and courses is desired tExperience in working successfully with First Nations on training and/or employment issues tExperience in assessment of qualifications, experience, skills, needs, etc. in order to refer clients to appropriate education, training and employment programs and services tExperience in working with employers and industry groups on matching clients with employment opportunities tExperience in working with clients, employers and service providers to provide workplace supports and other strategies to sustain employment tExperience in reviewing education, training and employment programs, services and supports to recommend their use in meeting the client’s employment goals tExperience in reviewing existing programs, curricula and consultants to assess suitability for use with the clients and to select such resources tMust possess a valid BC Driver’s License and have access to a vehicle and be able and willing to travel tMust have a current criminal record check tMust be bondable Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: tAbility to develop ongoing relationships and establish credibility and trust with key stakeholders and partners regarding education, training and employment initiatives tKnowledge of the Metlakatla First Nation, its communities, other First Nations, the local community and economy, business and industry leaders and training organizations tA strong understanding of barriers to First Nations education, training and employment tExcellent presentation and written communication skills tExperience in development and managing work plans and projects tCommitment to working as part of a team tExcellent report and proposal writing skills tEducation and social science research skills tDemonstrated skills, knowledge and experience in recruitment for education, training and employment programs tProficiency in MS Office applications, electronic mail, internet browser(s) Metlakatla offers competitive wages and benefits and is an equal opportunity employer. Qualified applicants are invited to submit a detailed resume in confidence to the following no later than Monday, July 6th, 2015. Brenda Leighton, Director of Post-Secondary Education, Coastal Training Centre 501 Dunsmuir Street, Prince Rupert BC, V8J 4C3 Tel: 250.627.8822 Fax: 250.624.2813 Email: email@example.com Closing Date: Monday, July 6th, 2015 We thank all who may apply for this position; however, only candidates who meet the required qualifications will be contacted for an interview.
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NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING Due to the late design/layout changes which increased the number of proposed lots from approximately 30 to 37, Council has determined to hold a new Public Hearing. Consequently, this is a new/fresh Notice of Public Hearing with respect to Quality of Life Official Community Plan Amendment Bylaw 3365, 2015 and Zoning Amendment Bylaw 3366, 2015 which will be held on Monday, July 6, 2015, commencing at 7:00 p.m. in Council Chambers, Second Floor of City Hall, 424 West 3rd Avenue, Prince Rupert, B.C. Purpose: Generally, the purpose of the proposed amendments permit residential use. The Quality of Life Official Community Plan Amendment Bylaw 3365, 2015 will change the designation from Business Industrial to Residential and the Zoning Amendment Bylaw 3366, 2015 will re-zone the property from P1 â€œPublic Facilitiesâ€? to R1 â€œSingle Family Residentialâ€?. Affected Lands: The portion of Block 10, Range 5, Plan Number PRP1617, District Lot 251, Except Plan 2011, & Waterfront BL R1 & DL 1992 & EXC PL 4761, 8208 & PRP13155
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A copy of the Bylaw and relevant background documentation may be inspected at the City of Prince Rupert City Hall during regular office hours (9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.) from Monday through Friday from June 24, 2015 until July 6, 2015. At the Public Hearing all persons who deem themselves affected by the proposed Bylaw shall be afforded a reasonable opportunity to be heard or to present written submissions respecting matters contained in the Bylaw. If you cannot attend the Public Hearing, all written submissions (mailed or electronic) must be received by the Corporate Administrator by no later than 4:30 p.m. on July 6, 2015.
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TERRACE JULY 4 – Happy Gang Centre hosts a pancake breakfast from 8 a.m. to 11 a.m. Come one, come all, good eats, good laughs. JULY 4 – Red Roof Art Event invites the public to visit and talk with local artists displaying a variety of their creations from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. at 4705 Loen Ave. Some demonstrations. Come and see what this is all about and enjoy! JULY 4 – The Skeena Valley Farmers Market opens from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. in Market Square, next to George Little Park. Today’s music will be Josh Hahn from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. and Dawn Wassink and John from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. JULY 6-10 – The Terrace Evangelical Free Church hosts its annual Vacation Bible School with this year’s theme “Everest” from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. each day. For children entering Grades 1 to 5 in the fall. Pre-registration recommended for this free event. Register at the church website terraceefc.com or call 250-635-5115. JULY 7 - Cemetery tour 7 p.m. with the Heritage Park Museum’s community programmer and explore the lives of early pioneer settlers and First Nations people of the Terrace area. This guided tour is hosted at the Kitsumgallum Cemetery and will feature discussions about George Little, the Michaud Brothers, the Nelson Family from Kitsumkalum, plus more, all of whom are buried at the cemetery. Call the museum to register 250635-4546 or email email@example.com. Admission fee includes bottled water. JULY 7-24 – Terrace Little Theatre presents Summer Drama Days 2015. Stretch your imagination, make new friends, learn theatre games, role-playing, stagecraft. Morning and afternoon sessions available in July and also August 4 to 21. There is a fee for each three-week session. Register at Uniglobe Travel. Registration forms also available online at mytlt.ca on the Summer Drama Days 2015 page or the TLT li-
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JULY 9 – Paint ‘n’ Play for children up to age eight with an adult from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. at Elks Park on Agar Ave. Free. Dress for mess! Hosted by Skeena Child Care Resource and Referral. For information, call 250-638-1113.
JULY 21 – Historic Downtown Walking Tour is at 7 p.m. Join the museum’s community programmer for a guided interpretive walking tour through Terrace’s downtown. Learn about the history of Terrace from George Little’s pre-emption to Dog ‘n’ Suds. Tour meets at Brolly Square at the corner of Emerson and Lakelse. Please wear appropriate walking shoes. Water will be provided. $10 per participant, includes an interpretive take-home pamphlet. Call the museum to register 250-635-4546 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
JULY 11 – Garage Sale, Bake Sale and Hot Dogs at 9 a.m. at the Happy Gang Centre. JULY 11 – The Skeena Valley Farmers Market opens from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. in Market Square, next to George Little Park. Playing for musical entertainment are Brian Sears from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. and Paul Morgan from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. JULY 11-12 - Kitsumkalum Tempo Fishing Derby for the Dr. REM Lee Hospital Foundation at 14309 Hwy 16 East. A fun, family oriented fishing derby with $1,000 cash for the biggest salmon and many, many other prizes. Tickets available at Kitsumkalum Tempo or Dr. REM Lee Hospital Foundation directors. Email drremleehospitalfoundation@hotmail. com or phone 250-6311171. JULY 15 – Seniors’ Social features Joanie Kotanen, gospel recording artist/singer/songwriter/ speaker/musician from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. at Terrace Pentecostal Assembly. Join us for complimentary coffee/tea, refreshments and a special guest! Seniors and mature adults welcome. JULY 18 – The Skeena Valley Farmers Market opens from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. in Market Square, next to George Little Park. Musical entertainment is Windborn from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. JULY 19, 26 - Community ATV safety course from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sponsored by the Terrace ATV & SXS Society. People are required to wear the appropriate DOT approved helmets, riding gloves and proper footwear. All registration funding going straight to forestry. Certified instructor. People who do the course will also benefit from discounts on ATV insurance. Contact Carisa at carisa_devost@yahoo.
JULY 31 – Franks Strawberry Tea is at 2 p.m. Join the Frank family for a celebration of Aileen Franks’ life at a strawberry tea. Aileen Frank was a founding member of Heritage Park Museum and an extremely dedicated community member, volunteering and participating within many organizations. Aileen will be deeply missed, but the community is welcome to come share stories about her life and remember her legacy. Hosted in the garden; tea and treats will be provided. Open to the public.
KITIMAT SEPTEMBER 1 – Sportfish Advisory Committee meeting, 7 p.m. at Kitimat Rod & Gun Club. Topics for discussion: fish possession limits and transporting; and Steelhead plan. For more details, call Jack Riddle 250888-8202. ONGOING HOSPICE: DO you have a couple of hours a month to make phone calls, plant flowers, share memories, play cards, etc.? Hospice can provide excellent training. Call 250-632-2278. BRANCH 250 of the Kitimat Ladies Auxiliary holds meetings the second Thursday of the month. For more, call Nancy 250-632-4051 or Lyn 250-632-2351. CONSIDER JOINING the Friends of the Public Library. To do so contact Luce Gauthier at lucegauthier10@gmail.
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FRENCH COFFEE Club: Every 1st & 3rd Wednesday of the month, join AFFNO and friends for French conversation (or just come and listen!) and coffee 3-4:30 p.m. in the new Hecate Strait building (120 First Ave. East, same building as Cargo Kitchen). For more, call 250-627-1313.
KITIMAT QUILTERS Guild: If you are interested in joining, please contact Aileen Ponter at 250-632-6225 or Janet Malnis at 250-632-7387. EVERY THURSDAY, the Kitimat Pottery Guild meets in the Riverlodge arts wing, from 6:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. Interested in playing with clay? All experience levels welcome. For more, call Anne at 250-6323318.
MUSICIANS AND singers. The Prince Rupert Community Band and Choir seek new members. Band meets Mondays 7:30 – 9:00 and Choir on Wednesdays 7:30 – 9:30. Both meet at the Peter Witherly Community Music Studio at CHSS, Prince Rupert Blvd. Call Peter Witherly at 250-6249634 for more details.
THE KITIMAT Public Library offers the highly engaging Mother Goose StoryTime for pre-schoolers Mondays from 10:30 -11:15 .am. Free but please register. HEALTHY BABIES drop-in is held every Thursday from 10:30 a.m. to 12 p.m. at the Kitimat Child Development Centre. Welcoming families thru pregnancy and up to one year (older siblings welcome). Come meet other parents and infants over light refreshments with support from the CDC staff and a Public Health Nurse. For more, call 250-632-3144.
MENTAL HEALTH Family Resource Centre offers Strengthening Families Together – a free education course for families, friends and caregivers of individuals living with any mental illness. The course is 10 weeks long, one night per week in P.R. Registration required, limited seating. To register, call Noreen toll free 1-866326-7877 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Course provided by the BC Schizophrenia Society.
CHILD DEVELOPMENT Centre Family Fun Spot Drop-In Mondays and Wednesdays, 10 a.m. to 12 p.m., and Fridays 1 to 3 p.m. Ages 0-5 welcome “A Great place for families to meet over coffee and toys!” Contact 250-6323144 for more details.
BEGINNER’S BAND for Adults - Have you always wanted to learn an instrument but never had the opportunity? Or did you play long ago and would like to see if you can still make a sound? Join John Turner
KITIMAT FIBRE Arts Guild: Interested in knitting, spinning, weaving, or any other fibre? For more, phone Maureen 250-632-5444.
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on Thursdays 7pm – 8 at Prince Rupert Middle School Band room on 9th West. Call John at 624-4634 for details.
Come visit the Military Museum Thursday - Sunday from 1:30 pm - 4:30 pm. Call 250-6222917 for more.
PRINCE RUPERT Seniors Centre Bingo Fridays 1- 3 pm. Everyone 19 years + welcome.
RIVER AND Ocean Metis Society of Prince Rupert meets the 3rd Mon. of every month at 1702 Atlin Ave. New people welcome. Refreshments. For more, call 250-627-4013.
THE PRINCE Rupert Genealogy Club meets the first Tuesday of every month at 7:30 p.m. at the Library. Phone Josie at 250-624-3279 for more information. THE PRINCE Rupert Breast Cancer Support Group invites any woman living with cancer to attend our monthly luncheons every 3rd Saturday each month at noon at the Crest Hotel. P.R. ROYAL Canadian Legion meets the 3rd Monday of every month.
THIS IS not church! No expectations of financial support or service. Join us in a celebration of faith in Jesus Christ, Sundays 7pm, for praise, prayer and proclamation at the Salvation Army, 25 Grenville Court. NARCOTICS PROBLEM? Mondays 8-9 pm, 223 4th Ave East, Presbyterian Church.
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TERRACE - Terrace Shogun Dojo sensei Amber Pipe says despite the club’s recent success at the Montreal tournament, the club won’t be returning to the WKU National Championships. And she says that’s mostly because of how she was treated as a woman martial artist and club owner by the tournament’s organizers. “The disrespect to me was over the top,” she said. “I can’t handle being treated like a piece of dirt just because I’m a woman. If you want to treat me like a piece of dirt, at least I want to know that I’ve done something.” Instead, the club will focus on attending open tournaments that offer more opportunities to fight – and more diverse competition. “That’s what our kids are looking for,” said sensei Rajan Sangha. “You go there, you pay your money, and you fight.” And if one thing was clear after the latest competition, it’s that Shogun’s martial artists are hungry for more fights – and serious about preparing for those fights. “Getting the experience, being able to fight against five guys at one tournament kind of opens up their mind that they need to learn more things,” said Sangha. “They’re back here hungry and training again two days after we got back... we gave them the option of taking a month off and it was a unanimous decision to get right back to training.”
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KITIMAT - The Hirsch Creek Golf and Winter Club golf pro Steve Haggard spent a gruelling, or rather we should say enviable, day marathoning rounds of golf, all for a good cause of supporting ALS charities. This event, which took place June 22, shares with other similar Golfathons across the province, initiated by PGA B.C.. Haggard says he raised just over $2,000 from the Golfathon, playing 162 holes (nine full rounds), and began at 4:30 a.m. and didn’t end until 10:40 p.m. that night.
Youngsters benefit from Prince Rupert recreation camps
By Kevin Campbell
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PRINCE RUPERT - The name of the game is kids camps for Prince Rupert Recreation this summer. A whole slew of various themed half- and full-day camps are taking over the civic centre and beyond, starting on July 6 and running until Aug. 28. The week-long sessions are centred around different elements that kids from ages 3 to 12 can explore. For the 3 to 5-year-olds, “Daring Detectives”, “Stars of Hollywood”, “Camp Buccaneer” and “Mini Einsteins” highlight the eight different sessions that run for three hours for the wee ones, either in the morning or afternoon. Next, for the 6 to 8-year-olds, “Outside the Box Sports Camp”, “Wildnerness Trekkers”, “Passport to Adventure” and “Water Wonders”, among a few others, are part of the day-long activities. Finally, the 9-12 age range features “Curious Inventions”, “Science Mythbusters”, “Eco Adventures” and “Super Sports” with four more diverse offerings throughout the summer. These are also daylong. “Each week is themed, so we start off with a sports camp [and then move onto] other things, like going out into nature, or experiencing the spy camp or water camp and it’s all about having fun. We’re trying to get the kids engaged in recre-
ation, so each camp is going to have different elements of recreation, so if you’re in a sports camp, you don’t do strictly sports, you’ll be getting the culture aspect as well – going out and experiencing a lot of different things,” said recreation coordinator Shantelle Berry. “The kids’ camps are run by our “big kids” ... so we have very competent staff that have gone through an orientation week, that’s included learning a bunch of activities, trying them out, making sure they’re going to work for the kids,” said Berry. “They’re not going to be sticking with one age group, we want their expertise spread throughout.” Along with the kids’ camps, the centre is hoping to attract the teen audience with a variety of programs including a week-long certified climbing camp for youth aged 13 – 17, which upon completion will net participants a Devil’s Crag top rope card which enables them to continue to climb and belay during Devil’s Crag open wall climbing times. A Pinteresting Challenge, full of do-it-yourself recipes, games and anything participants can think of, has been expanded to include youth aged 13 – 16. “Planting 101” with Rupert Lawn and Garden and a free youth night titled “Back to School Bash” on Wednesday, Aug. 26 from 7 to 9 p.m. “Our junior badminton also does really well and so does floor hockey, so we’re expecting those to continue on. One thing we’re trying to build up is kids’ yoga, because
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Summer camp counsellor or ‘Big Kid’ Celina Guadagni plays ‘Fukahara’, a different take on volleyball designed for all ages, just one of the offerings on tap this summer in Prince Rupert. it can be a really great program. It would be nice to have kids to be able to relax and our instructors are really great at working with children,” Berry said. Kids’ yoga includes songs, activities, dancing and games along with introducing kids to the basics
of yoga and is open to the ages of 3 – 5 and 6 – 11. “We’re trying to expand our youth offerings and we have adult programs going on as well. We’ve heard from the community that they’re looking for more things for the kids to do, so we’re trying to fill
that void and help out,” said Berry. For more information or to register for ecreation programs, call Prince Rupert Recreation at 250624-6707, email registration@ princerupert.ca or look in the recreation guide found at the civic centre or the Northern View, 737 Fraser St.
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TERRACE - Terrace Search and Rescue’s campaign to raise money to buy deep water search sonar equipment received a boost thanks to a $10,000 donation from the Terrace Rotary Club. From left to right: Dave Jephson, Terrace Search and Rescue, along with Rotarians Rich Toomey and Dave Merritt.
Project could reduce gas rates TERRACE - The prospect of a small liquefied natural gas (LNG) project being built near Kitimat offers a major benefit for the northwest. Should Douglas Channel LNG go ahead, it will take up all of the current surplus capacity in the Pacific Northern Gas pipeline which stretches west from Prince George. Because the pipeline is now under utilized, current Pacific Northern Gas residential and other customers now pay the highest gas transportation costs in the province to finance the utility’s pipeline. But should Douglas Channel LNG proceed, its payments to Pacific Northern Gas to transport gas to its facility will lower those rates for all users. Dan Woznow, a vice president for Calgary energy company AltaGas, which is both a partner in the Douglas Channel project and the
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owner of Pacific Northern Gas, says it’s too early to put an exact dollar figure to those savings. “But something in the order of 25 per cent in [delivery] rates is to be expected,” he said of the anticipated reduction. Northwestern residential gas users now pay a delivery rate of $11.867 a gigajoule compared to a lower mainland Fortis utility customer who pays $3.547 a gigajoule and a Pacific Northern Gas customer in Fort St.
John who pays $3.471 a gigajoule. Douglas Channel LNG’s ownership group anticipates making a final investment decision the end of this year. Based on that a forecast construction schedule has the facility going into production in 2018, meaning that’s the earliest date a northwest rate reduction could be expected. Northwest gas rates based on shouldering all of the costs of maintaining the Pacific Northern Gas pipeline began
climbing when the utility started losing major industrial customers, among them being the Methanex methanol plant in Kitimat which closed in 2006. An added strain on northwestern gas users came when the price of the commodity itself began to climb in the latter part of the last decade. And while the price of gas itself has fallen in recent years, the high transport costs remain a major factor for northwestern natural gas customers.
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In early June the local Sportchek staff were able to raise money by donating their time and talent to the Terrace Drag Racing Association, helping them at the entrance gate. The funds raised by Sportchek were then donated to Jumpstart Charities, their organization that helps kids get active to maintain a healthly lifestyle. Sportchek, in the Skeena Mall, is also one of the sites supplying families in need with the equipment necessary to participate in sports. To learn more or donate, visit: sportchek.ca/jumpstart or call 1-877-616-6600. Pictured here are, Nick Gascon (Sportchek General Manager), Kim Macdougall (Jumpstart Chapter Chair), Maranda Schulmeister (Jumpstart Champion) and Bryan Gascon (Canadian Tire).
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