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worries that recommendations might not be fully implemented FLAVIO NIENOW Maureen Luggi, wife of the late Robert Luggi – one of the two fatal victims of the explosion at Babine Forest Products in 2012 -, said the inquest in Burns Lake helped bring some closure to her and her family. The deaths of Robert Luggi and Carl Charlie were ruled accidental by the coroner’s jury. About 50 witnesses were heard throughout the three weeks of inquest. According to Maureen, hearing what witnesses had to say helped her deal with her loss. “I received so much information about where Robert was; several people said where they saw him last; and that’s really important because I didn’t have an opportunity to say good-bye to Robert,” she said. “To listen to the workers give testimony about him and about Carl, even if it was three years later, it still helped me with the healing aspect of my loss and to provide some sort of closure about that night.” Maureen said that, overall, she was satisfied with the inquest and with what she experienced during those three weeks. “I spoke personally to WorkSafeBC, to the safety officers, and to the people who are managing the mill,” she said. ...see INQUEST OVER
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“The overall intent is to minimize the amount of waste,” says RDBN FLAVIO NIENOW At the July 23, 2015, meeting of the Regional District of Bulkley-Nechako (RDBN), the board of directors passed a motion to implement a regionwide cardboard ban starting July 1, 2016. This means that beginning July 1, 2016, cardboard will no longer be accepted for disposal as garbage at any RDBN solid waste management fa-
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cility including landfill or transfer station. The ban will apply equally to all residents, businesses, municipalities, industries and institutions including educational facilities and hospitals. According to the RDBN, the overall intent is to minimize the amount of waste that is ultimately landfilled, as waste reduction is a priority of the board of directors. Bill Miller, Director of Electoral Area B, explained that cardboard, although not heavy, constitutes a “very high volume” for RDBN’s landfills. He added that when cardboard degrades in the landfills, it produces methane, which has significant more impact than carbon dioxide. In a press release, the RDBN said they will work ...see CARDBOARD BAN ▼ P3
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Flavio Nienow In the story ‘Village of Burns Lake working on RV parking’ published in the Lakes District News' July 8, 2015, edition, the Village of Burns Lake had already agreed to purchase a vacant lot downtown, but couldn’t proceed until bylaw 957, 2015, was adopted. The reserve fund expenditure bylaw authorizes the withdrawal of $25,000 from the village’s land sales reserve fund for the purpose of buying “lot four, district lots 6308 and 6309.” The bylaw has now been adopted and the village has recently purchased the property from its undisclosed owner for $18,300 – an amount equal to its assessed value for taxation purposes. The property is located across Hwy. 16 from the Rexall phar-
macy and adjacent to lands formerly occupied by the Shell service station. Legal fees associated with the transaction added $800 to the cost of the lot, so the village did not require the full $25,000 authorized under bylaw 957, only withdrawing $19,100 from the reserve fund. According to Sheryl Worthing, Chief Administrative Officer for the village, this property will be used to enhance phase two of the downtown revitalization plan. The old Shell property will be landscaped, including new pavement, planters, grass and benches. “The additional property will also be landscaped to match the Shell property with grass so it will have the look of one large lot,” explained Worthing. The new property will allow the village crew to deal with water control issues and snow removal in the area. “It will also allow for better traffic flow and maintenance of the laneway,” she added. Work has already started and the village hopes to have the lot paved within the next two weeks. The entire project should be completed by early fall 2015.
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Wednesday, August 12, 2015
Return depot Nexen Energy’s pipeline rupture adds to pipeline safety concerns collects “We need more assurances of a safer method to deliver oil,” says cardboard Wet’suwet’en Chief
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to ensure that, at minimum, drop-off cardboard recycling opportunities are available for residential customers. For institutional, commercial and industrial (ICI) customers, the RDBN will not provide recycling services. It will be the responsibility of ICI sector customers to arrange for cardboard recycling services directly with local collectors and recycling service providers. The RDBN said it acknowledges that this initiative may “initially cause some challenges and raise concerns” on the part of businesses and residents in service provision and cost. “The RDBN hopes that providing sufficient advance notice of the cardboard ban will spur the development of local business opportunities that will add to and enhance the green economy in the RDBN,” said a press release. Christopher Beach, owner of the Burns Lake ReturnIt Depot, said his business has already been collecting residential cardboard. Beach hopes that the Burns Lake Depot will start collecting commercial cardboard before the region-wide ban is in effect. “The Burns Lake Depot would like to be the central location for all cardboard in the area,” said Beach. For additional information on the cardboard ban, contact the RDBN environmental services department at 250-692-3195, toll free at 1-800-320-3339 or e-mail email@example.com
Flavio Nienow On July 15, 2015, Chinese-owned Nexen Energy ULC discovered a pipeline rupture at its Long Lake oil-sands project, about 36 km south of Fort McMurray. The spill released five million litres of bitumen emulsion - a mixture of bitumen, water and sand – onto the pipeline’s right of way, covering an area of about 16,000 square metres. Since the company’s computerized monitoring system failed to detect the breach, it isn't known how long the substance was leaking. According to a story published in The Globe and Mail on July 22, Nexen Energy ULC revealed the pipeline could have been leaking for more than two weeks. The oil spill is now considered one of the largest leaks in Alberta history and has added to the concerns over pipeline safety in Northern B.C. “What makes it worse is that the pipeline in question [Nexen Energy’s pipeline] was a newly built pipeline,” said Lake Babine Nation Chief Wilf Adam. “This is the reason we [Lake Babine Nation] will never endorse or support heavy oil through our territory.” Wet’suwet’en Chief Karen Ogen spoke on behalf of the Yinka Dene Alliance - a coalition of First Nations in Northern B.C. committed to ban Enbridge’s Northern Gateway pipelines from their territories. Ogen said Nexen Energy’s oil spill gives people even more reasons to be worried about oil pipelines. “It builds our case even further,” she said. “We need more assurances of a safer method to deliver oil; its impacts on the environment are devastating and we can’t risk that at this time.” In 2010, Enbridge Inc. proposed the construction of a 1200-kilometre pipeline from Bruderheim, A.B., to Kitimat, B.C. In June, 2014, the Canadian government accepted the project's proposal, but imposed 209 conditions recommended by the National Energy Board. Suzanne Wilton, Enbridge’s Spokesperson, said Enbridge uses state-of-the-art monitors that would prevent similar spills from happening. “At Enbridge, our service depends on preventing problems before they happen,” she said. “We take a holistic approach that begins with the planning and design of our pipelines and facilities and continues with our operations and monitoring which includes multiple layers of protection built into the system.” “We operate a state-of-the art control centre that monitors our pipelines 24/7 and uses advanced inspection techniques and leading edge technology to ensure the fitness and safety of our pipelines,” she added. There are currently eighteen consolidated legal challenges to the federal approval of Enbridge’s Northern Gateway pipeline. The cases are scheduled to be heard at the federal court of appeal in Vancouver on Oct. 1-2 and 5-8, 2015.
Wednesday, August 12, 2015
Lakes District News
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Flavio Sachett Nienow
National leaders and pipelines
Sorting out federal election issues
I hope you had the chance to check out Maclean’s national leaders’ debate last week. Although nothing major and unpredictable happened during the debate, the leaders certainly provided Canadians with a clearer indication of where they stand on key issues (well, at least
some of them). It also became clear that, when it comes to pipelines, their position is not as straightforward. Pipelines remain a contentious issue in the country, especially in British Columbia. A recent poll conducted by Insights West suggested that more than half of British Columbians - 52 per cent - are currently opposed to Enbridge’s Northern Gateway project while 41 per cent of B.C. residents support it. At the start of the debate, I still had lots of questions about the leaders’ positions on pipelines. And as it turns out, the leaders also seemed to have lots of doubts about each other’s positions. Throughout the debate they accused each other of being inconsistent when it comes to supporting pipeline projects. Liberal leader Justin Trudeau accused NDP leader Thomas Mulcair of saying different things in different languages. “In English he’ll say that he supports the Energy East pipeline; in French he said that it’s out of the question,” said Trudeau about the Energy East pipeline - a 4600 km pipeline proposed to carry 1.1 million barrels of crude oil per day from Alberta and Saskatchewan to refineries in Eastern Canada. Shortly after, Prime Minister Stephen Harper accused Trudeau of doing the exact same thing. “You go to one part of the country, Atlantic Canada, you’re for Energy East; you go to Quebec, and you’re against it,” said Harper. Green Party leader Elizabeth May takes a much more straightforward approach, saying the Green Party opposes every single one of the proposed oil pipelines. “Every single one of these raw bitumen, unprocessed oil pipeline schemes are about exporting Canadian jobs,” she said. Mulcair said both Harper and May’s current approach to pipelines is flawed. “Opposing these pipelines systematically in advance is just as wrong as supporting them in advance because; in both cases, what you need is an objective study,” said Mulcair. Although Harper was accused of blindly supporting all pipelines, he defended himself by saying the conservatives take a “scientific expert evaluation of every project” before deciding to proceed, adding that he fully trusts the government’s environmental assessments. “All of these parties have opposed all of these [pipeline] projects before we’ve even had environmental assessments,” said Harper. “That’s not the responsible way you do things.” Trudeau’s position on pipelines has been much less predictable than May and Harper’s. Trudeau has openly rejected Enbridge’s Northern Gateway project, saying the pipeline places an unacceptable level of risk on B.C.’s coastal economy and environment. Meanwhile he has consistently supported the construction of the Keystone XL pipeline - a proposed 1897 km crude oil pipeline beginning in Alberta and extending south to Nebraska. Mulcair, on the other hand, opposes Keystone XL, but his position remains unclear about Kinder Morgan’s Trans Mountain expansion project. Kinder Morgan proposes to triple the bitumencarrying capacity of its existing Trans Mountain line by building almost 1000 km of new pipe between Edmonton and Burnaby. During the debate, May put Mulcair on the spot, asking the NDP leader if he would join the Green Party’s fight against Kinder Morgan’s “risky pipeline” and tanker expansion. “Will you help us defend our coastlines?” May asked. Mulcair provided a general response, saying all pipeline projects would have to be “studied and looked at objectively with thorough, credible environmental assessment processes.” “So you take no position,” said May defiantly.
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The first, and perhaps the only complete English-language debate in this long federal election campaign has helped define the issues, and the non-issues. I’m not going to try to tell you who “won” or “came out swinging,” because this is not a sporting event. If you’re paying attention in August, bless you, and you probably have a favourite already. First, let’s deal with Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s diabolical scheme to extend the length of the formal election period. This, according to national pundits, is an extension of his evil plot to attract more financial supporters than the other parties, and spend the money. In other words, it’s a non-issue and any opponent who dwells on it looks like a whiner. This is the first election in modern Canadian history to follow a four-year schedule. National pundits spent months telling us Harper was going to use a loophole in his own election law to call a spring vote before the economy tanked. Didn’t happen, and now the Conservatives are rightly under scrutiny about their economic management. Incumbent manipulation of election timing is over, and that’s good. Scheduled elections by their nature create longer campaigns, as demonstrated in B.C. and the United States. So they should be conducted under formal campaign rules, which limit the noise of public sector unions and other special interests. Another non-issue is the nonexistent deficit and recession that supposedly grips Canada. On actual results, there is a slim surplus, and if – a big if – Saudi Arabia continues to depress world oil prices, there may be a modest deficit by next spring. The Bank of Canada’s recent move to devalue the dollar has already produced a rebound in exports and tourism, which any government would appreciate. Have you tried to find parking at the mall lately? Of particular interest to B.C. voters is the contest between NDP leader Thomas Mulcair and Green Party leader Elizabeth May. May used what may be her only national debate appearance to press Mulcair to oppose the TransMountain pipeline expansion project before hearings are complete. Mindful of Adrian Dix’s disastrous 2013 decision to do the same in B.C., Mulcair insisted he would wait for the federal review, even though he considers it to be inadequate. This is, of course, all theatre. Based on their actions, the NDP, Green Party and Liberals are all opposed not just to oil pipelines but export gas pipelines as well. Liberal leader Justin Trudeau wants to cancel capital cost allowances for liquefied natural gas investment that have been granted by B.C. and Ottawa, which could be a deal-breaker for LNG. B.C. NDP leader John Horgan formalized his opposition to the TransMountain expansion last week, in a letter filed with the National Energy Board. But we’re expected to believe that Mulcair has a different position, for now. Harper was forced to admit that his long effort to persuade U.S. President Barack Obama to approve the Keystone XL pipeline has failed, and the project will have to wait until Obama leaves office next year. The debate also confirmed positions on Canada’s modest role in bombing Islamic State terrorist positions in Iraq and Syria. The Conservatives are for it, and the Liberals, NDP and Greens are against it. Trudeau set the stage for the contest in Quebec, which B.C. voters can only watch from afar to see if it once again decides the shape of their federal government. Trudeau pushed Mulcair on his cynical bid to court the separatist voters who suddenly swung to Jack Layton’s NDP in 2011. Like petroleum prices, it’s beyond our control.
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“For me to reconcile with this company [Babine Forest Products] was very important; I don’t live my life in bitterness and anger; my children and I have had an enormous loss, and really, our desire is to move forward.” The inquest into the mill deaths concluded July 31, 2015, with 41 recommendations to improve safety in the industry. Although Maureen considers the recommendations to be “meaningful,” she worries that they will not be fully implemented. “I would like the recommendations to be enforceable,” she said. “They mean DON T LIVE MY LIFE IN BITTERNESS sure if anyone is going to take them a lot to creating more change, but I’m not seriously.” AND ANGER MY CHILDREN AND Maureen said that a public inquiry, as opposed to an inquest, would have enabled those recommendations to be enforceable. HAVE HAD AN ENORMOUS LOSS “I would rather see they [the government] enforce these recommendations so our family can rest and have peace,” she AND REALLY OUR DESIRE IS TO MOVE said. “There has to be accountability at WorkSafeBC and Babine Forest Products; the ball is in their court now.” FORWARD Maureen said the community provided immense support to her and her AUREEN UGGI having lunch and coffee being sent family throughout the inquest, including to her every day. “I cannot say how thankful I am to the community of Burns Lake,” she said. “I was overwhelmed by their generosity and by the support that we received throughout those three weeks.” Maureen added that the inquest was not only important to her, but it also helped the entire community heal. “Speaking up is important,” she said. “It’s important that we start speaking to one another and work towards building bridges and understanding.” “This will give our community peace of mind.”
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“The company can only hope this is another step in the long healing process from the events that happened over three and a half years ago,” said the press release. These sites are maintained by the Hampton Affiliates has been in the sawmill business for over 70 years in both the U.S. and Canada. According to the company, they Lakes Outdoor Recreation Society (LORS). had never heard of or experienced a similar type of catastrophic sawmill event. A few rules apply at the recreation sites: “We are eternally sorry for this lack of recognition and have taken many steps at all of our sawmills to ensure this never happens 1) Maximum 14 day stay again,” said Hampton Affiliates CEO Steve Zika. “We are also participating 2) Be courteous to your neighbours – with other B.C. and U.S. sawmill owners to increase awareness and training keep noise to a minimum (especially HE COMPANY CAN ONLY HOPE relating to the risks of combustible dust in a sawmill environment.” after 10 p.m.) The inquest jury and coroner issued a number of recommendations, some of THIS IS ANOTHER STEP IN THE LONG 3) Keep pets on a leash which are directed to Babine Forest Products and Hampton Affiliates. 4) Pack out your own garbage – leave HEALING PROCESS FROM THE EVENTS Hampton Affiliates said those recommendations will be “considered carethe site cleaner than when you came fully,” and that they will be “reviewed and discussed” with all Babine employTHAT HAPPENED OVER THREE AND A 5) Maximum 20 km/hr – watch for children! ees in the next 60 days. 6) Never leave a campfire unattended. HALF YEARS AGO The company added that the new Babine sawmill has been designed to meet Check out the recreation opportunities AMPTON FFILIATES or exceed all current fire, dust and electrical regulations. in your own backyard! “All material fire and emergency systems or safety processes proposed by the jury have already been implemented [at Babine Forest Products],” said the company. For more info on the community forest, call BL ComFor (250) 692-7724 Both the Babine and Decker Lake sawmills recently completed and passed third-party dust audits as required of all members of the council of forest industries in B.C. “Safety is the number one priority for all Babine supervisors and employees, and there is continual and productive dialogue with WorkSafeBC,” said the company. In 2012, Hampton Affiliates hired a director of safety who audits Hampton sawmill safety processes. The director is responsible for sharing safety information with all Hampton sawmills and corresponding with regulators and other industry participants. “Hampton underAFETY IS THE NUMBER ONE PRIORITY stands that sharing of FOR ALL ABINE SUPERVISORS AND information and best practices are key to con- EMPLOYEES AND THERE IS CONTINUAL tinually improving the AND PRODUCTIVE DIALOGUE WITH safety of its employees.” During the inquest, ORK AFE workers’ testimony AMPTON FFILIATES cell: 1-250-692-9303 highlighted concerns over discrimination in email:firstname.lastname@example.org the workplace. The coroners’ jury recommended hiring an Aboriginal liaison coordinator or worker ombudsman to assist employees with workplace concerns. If you want to sell or buy a home In response to this recommendation, Hampton Affiliates said they are proud please think of of the fact that Babine is partially owned by First Nations and that it has the largest First Nations workforce of any sawmill in B.C. The Burns Lake Native Development Corporation owns 11 per cent of Babine Forest Products. According to the company, when the new Babine sawmill restarted operations, cultural awareness training was arranged for all employees. In addition, It would be my pleasure to work with you Babine Forest Products said the company has six supervisors of First Nations relation, up from one supervisor prior to the accident. “The company is committed to ensuring that it treats everyone with respect and is continually trying to improve communication to ensure Babine is a place where all of its employees want to work,” said Hampton Affiliates. ...see CHARLIE FAMILY ▼ P7
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Gas prices remain stubbornly high in B.C. despite the slide in crude oil prices, and motorists are feeling gouged. Gasoline is down only slightly from $1.40 a litre a year ago, while crude has plunged more than 50 per cent from around $98 a barrel to less than $44 in early August. But petroleum industry analysts say it all boils down to supply and demand. Crude oil accounts for less than half of the end cost of a litre of gasoline, with government taxes and refining charges the other big factors. "I wish there was a simple explanation," said Jason Parent of the Kent Marketing Group. "There isn't much of a relationship on a day-to-day basis between crude oil and retail gasoline." Expecting gas to move in lockstep with crude oil is somewhat akin to expecting house prices to follow lumber prices, without recognizing scarce land or an influx of buyers might have an influence. Parent said crude and gas prices can go in different directions for different reasons, and gas prices in B.C. can diverge from what other Canadians pay. Most of the difference between B.C. prices and the rest of the country is explained by the higher 17-cent-a-litre TransLink tax in Metro Vancouver as well as B.C.'s carbon tax. Motorists are paying just over $1 in Alberta, a few cents more in Saskatchewan and Manitoba, and $1.10 to $1.20 in most of Eastern Canada. But even after taxes are factored out, Vancouver prices are 5 to 15 cents a litre higher than most other cities across Canada. The reason, Parent said, is that Vancouver-area prices follow those along the U.S. west coast, where the wholesale gas supply has been constricted by refinery problems in California, driving prices up. "Wholesale prices have been high there relative to the rest of the U.S. for a month now," Parent said. Some gasoline comes to B.C. through the Kinder Morgan pipeline, but the rest comes from Washington State or other U.S. refineries. If prices were sharply higher in Vancouver than cities to the south, Parent said, gas would flow back to the U.S. – resulting in shortages here – or wouldn't be shipped north in the first place. Another "huge" factor behind why Canadians in general aren't yet seeing much relief at the pumps is the drop in the Loonie over the past year. Crude and wholesale gas are priced in U.S. dollars, so Canadians are paying with a devalued currency that simply doesn't go as far as it did a year ago. So who is profiting from the persistently high pump prices? "Right now, refiners are the big winners," Parent said. They're running close to capacity, demand is up because of lower gas prices and therefore refiners can charge more than usual. If crude oil prices get even cheaper – potentially as sanctions against Iran end and more oil pours onto the world market – there's no guarantee gas prices will follow because of the refining constraints in North America.
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TOM FLETCHER Conservative leader Stephen Harper promised an expanded tax break for hiring apprentices Monday, as parties started an extended summer election campaign. Campaigning in Laval, Quebec, Harper announced that if his government is re-elected Oct. 19, employers will receive a credit up to $2,500 a year for wages paid to qualifying apprentices for all four years of their training. Harper's Conservatives established the program in 2006, with a credit of up to $2,000 per year for the first two years, to encourage hiring and training. NDP leader Thomas Mulcair began his campaign emphasizing signs of weakness in the Canadian economy, with the latest statistics showing the economy contracting in the first five months of the year. "Wages are falling, incomes are stagnant, and household debt is skyrocketing," Mulcair said at his campaign kickoff in Hull, Quebec. "Middle-class families are working harder than ever, and can't get ahead." Liberal leader Justin Trudeau has also focused his campaign on middle-class voters, with a central policy of reducing tax on middle income and increasing it for the top one per cent of income earners. Green Party leader Elizabeth May began the campaign in her home riding of Saanich-Gulf Islands. Her economic platform also calls for tax increases for the highest income earners, as well as increasing corporate income tax rates to 2008 levels. The early election call increases spending limits for parties and caps it for third-party advertisers such as labour unions that have been targeting Harper. It also leaves some ridings without nominated candidates. Another change is in debate formats, as first Harper and then Mulcair declined the traditional debate organized by TV networks. The first national debate is set for Thursday, Aug. 6, hosted by Maclean's magazine. Among the topics will be sharp differences over Canada's role in the international military action against Islamic State terrorists in Iraq and Syria. Harper renewed Canada's commitment to maintain six fighter jets and special forces support in one of his last acts before calling the election. Both the NDP and Liberals are promising to end Canadian bombing of Islamic State positions. Mulcair would withdraw all military personnel from Iraq and Syria, while Trudeau supports keeping military trainers in place, with both promising increased humanitarian aid.
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“Babine and Hampton will strive to ensure the safety of its workers and this focus will always be its utmost concern.” The ministry of jobs, tourism and skills training and responsible for labour also sent out a press release after the inquest. According to the ministry, the recommendations from the Babine Forest Products inquest will be reviewed and the government intends to report back in writing to the coroner on the work being done on all of the recommendations. To read all the Babine inquest recommendations, visit pgc.cc/babinefindings
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Significant progress has been made on WorkSafeBC’s review and action plan to improve workers safety in the province. WorkSafeBC has implemented 29 of the 43 recommendations in the action plan, according to the ministry of jobs, tourism and skills training and responsible for labour, WorkSafeBC’s board of directors appointed Gordon Macatee to develop the plan following the 2012 sawmill tragedies in Burns Lake and Prince George. All 43 recommendations were accepted by government and WorkSafeBC last year. In addition to the 29 recommendations already implemented, two more are in progress and on track. On Feb. 11, 2015, Bill 9 - the workers compensation amendment act, 2015 - was introduced to strengthen WorkSafeBC’s ability to enforce occupational health and safety compliance in B.C. workplaces. The final sections of Bill 9 will come into force through an order-in-council (OIC) passed on Aug. 4, 2015. According to the ministry of jobs, the OIC finalizes government’s commitment to implement the recommendations, building on a number of improvements made since the report’s release. These actions further strengthen WorkSafeBC’s ability to enforce occupational health and safety regulations and ensure a world-class inspection and enforcement regime. The sections of Bill 9 being brought into force by OIC include establishing two new enforcement tools for WorkSafeBC - a compliance agreement to help employers comply with workplace safety rules more quickly, and a new administrative penalty that can be issued on the spot like a ticket for employer contraventions of more minor safety regulations. It is up to WorkSafeBC now to develop the necessary regulations for this penalty Introducing the New Save.ca Mobile Cash-Back Feature. With exclusive offers for the brands you love & $5 cash-out minimums that will come into efthrough PayPal, you’ll never go shopping without your smart phone again! Introducing the New Save.ca Mobile Cash-Back Feature. fect at a later date. Introducing the New Mobile Feature. With exclusive offers for theSave.ca brands you loveCash-Back & $5 cash-out minimums In addition, two new With exclusive offers for the brands you love & $5 cash-out minimums through PayPal, you’ll never go shopping without your smart phone again! Introducing the New Save.ca Mobile Cash-Back Feature. through PayPal, neverBack go shopping yourSteps smart phone again! Getyou’ll Cash in 3without Easy positions are being creWith exclusive offers for the brands you love & $5 cash-out minimums through PayPal, you’ll never go shopping without your smart phone again! ated with occupational Cash Back inReceipt 3 Easy Steps 1. Browse &Get Shop 2. Upload 3. Get Cash Back! Get CashTake Back in 3 Easy Steps health and safety and Browse the mobile app a photo of your Once you reach just $5, 1. Browse & Shop 2. Upload Receipt Get Cashyou Back! for your favourite brand’s andin submit it 3.the money save will Get Cash receipt Back 3 Easy Steps law enforcement expermobile app 2.Take a photo ofapp your Once youCash reach just $5,your 1.Browse Browse & Shop Upload Receipt 3. Get Back! offers, andthe purchase through the be transferred into for your favourite receipt and submit it the money you save them at any storebrand’s PayPal wallet Browse the mobile app Take a photo of your Once you reach justwill $5, tise on the WorkSafeBC offers, and purchase through the app be transferred into your 1. Browse & Shop Upload Receipt 3.money Get Cash for your favourite brand’s 2. receipt and submit it the you saveBack! will them at any store PayPal wallet offers, purchase through the of app beOnce transferred into your Browse theand mobile app Take a photo your you reach just $5, board of directors. at anybrand’s store for yourthem favourite receipt and submit it the PayPal moneywallet you save will A new regulation offers, and purchase through the app be transferred into your them at any store PayPal wallet will also reduce the In partnership with
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Flavio Nienow With the onset of cool and wet weather over the last couple of weeks, open fire bans were lifted in some areas of the Northwest Fire Centre. Effective at noon on Aug. 4, 2015, the following activities were once again allowed in the Bulkley Fire Zone, Skeena Fire Zone and Cassiar Fire Zone: - The burning of waste or other materials in piles; - The burning of stubble or grass; - The use of fireworks and firecrackers. All of these activities will continue to be prohibited in the Nadina Fire Zone until Sept. 30, 2015, or until the public is otherwise notified. A map of the affected areas is available online at http://bit.ly/1VRTLLB On Aug. 9, 2015, the fire danger rating in the Burns Lake area dropped to “very low,” which means that there was a very low risk of wildfires. However, a drying trend and a return to seasonal temperatures are forecast for the southern sections of the Northwest Fire Centre, including the Nadina Fire Zone. “This could result in an increase in fire danger rating for the area,” said Olivia Pojar, Fire Information Officer for the Northwest Fire Centre. There is currently one active wildfire in the Nadina Fire Zone - the Whitesail Lake fire. First reported on July 6, 2015, this wildfire has burned over 437 hectares within Tweedsmuir North Provincial Park,
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World soccer camp held in Burns Lake
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Thirty-five players attended the World Cup Soccer Camp held in Burns Lake last week. Head coach for the Burns Lake camp was Manny Gomez, a professional soccer coach who also played professionally for five teams, and played for Team Canada’s U20/U23 team. The camp culminated Saturday in a ‘world cup’ tournament featuring players who participated in the Burns Lake camp. VILLAGE OF
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Yukon band Speed Control is returning to the Lakes District for another edition of their popular Rawk Camps. The band has just released a live performance video for their new song ‘This Time.’ (L-R) Jody Peters, Ian March and Graeme Peters.
The Yukon band is returning for another edition of the Rawk Camps FLAVIO NIENOW Since the release of their debut album ‘F.A.B.’ back in 2013, Speed Control has been hard at work, touring across Canada and educating youth with their Rawk Camps. The band has just released a live performance video for their new song ‘This Time,’ which is the lead track off of their sophomore release due out this fall. Lead singer Graeme Peters said their sophomore release will be a split themed album with five songs being more "radio friendly," and the other five being “more aggressive.” “The new album will be kind of a throwback to the early 90's mixed with the intensity of new bands like The Refused,” he said. The songs range from love songs to “very in your face angry songs” that help the band express their feelings on issues ranging from the political landscape to the struggle of an independent band from the Yukon. Since the energetic musicians also love to lift weights, it is no surprise that their new live performance video was filmed inside of a gym. All three members of Speed Control recently competed in the Northern B.C. body building championships. The release of their new video also marks the start of the band's summer tour which they've named ‘Flex Tour 2015.’ The tour is a mix of the band’s regular live shows and the popular youth Rawk Camps. During the camps, the band takes a group of kids - mostly children who have never played music before - and teach
them how to play instruments over the course of three days. Once they have been properly trained, the children have a chance to feel like rock stars for the first time and perform live at the camp. The band usually starts by breaking the ice to get through any “nervousness.” “We start by asking the kids things like, ‘what’s your favourite colour called purple?’” “They get confused and answer in a confused voice, ‘purple.’ And then we'll
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be like, ‘yeah man, you get 10 points towards bacon,’” he said. “We then do the drum test where each kid gets to play the drums; we can pretty easily determine if a kid has a beat or not,” he said. “It's pretty essential to find a kid who can count to four steadily; more often than not, the smaller kids are the ones with the best rhythm.” Once the drum test is done, the kids are split off into groups - the bass and keyboard players go to one room, the guitar players and singers head to another and the drummers stay near the drum kit. “We teach the kids using unplugged instruments for about half an hour and then we come back to the main stage and we let them plug in [the instruments],” he said. “Not only is the sound amazingly loud, but 90 per cent of the time it actually starts to sound like music within the first hour of the first day of camp.” This year, Yamaha Canada is sponsoring the summer Rawk Camps by provid-
ing brand new gear for all of the participants. “This is huge,” said Peters. “Every kid will be able to play through a new amp and new sound-system.” This year’s Rawk Camps will take place in Grassy Plains on Aug. 17-19, and in Burns Lake on Aug. 20-22. The final concert featuring camp participants will be held on the last day of each camp. The enthusiastic band members are no stranger to the Lakes District. They have th performed in the area many times and have helped dozens of children find their beat at the Rawk Camps. “Burns Lake has a very familiar feel, and it has a very welcoming attitude,” said Peters. “The people there are kind, August 13th, 2015 and passionate about their community; it makes us work harder to create a good You are both an inspiration to us all. place and good experience for the kids we work with.” Love your kids & spouses, “The camps are fun, and full of serious grandkids & spouses and great grandkids rawk,” he said. “When you have between eight and 12 people, all on stage for the first time as a band, playing real rock, and playing it real loud, and having the best time ever, how can you not be excited?” To check the video of the band’s new track ‘This Time,” visit A newly renovated https://youtu.be/ tQw9vZCslDU and expanded liquor store You can also offering a large selection of new follow the band on Instagram @ and unique craft beers and spirits coming in speedcontrol to all summer long. Specialty wines and a larger get all of their tour updates. For selection of coolers and ciders. more informaOpen - 9:30am to 11 pm 7 days a week tion, visit: www. Hwy 16 • Cold Beer Store: 250-692-3622 • Pub: 250-692-3078 speedcontrol.ca
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Burns Lake’s Partnering 4 Healthier Communities (P4HC) committee hopes to reinvigorate local interest in community gardening. www.ldnews.net www.vicnews.com Village councillor Susan Schienbein, co-chair of the committee, said last week the group plans to hold a public meeting Aug. 20 at 6:30 p.m. in the Immaculata Church to discuss community gardening and determine the current level of local interest in it. “We are inviting any members of the community email@example.com who have an interest in community gardening, creating sustainable food sources, local food security, and those just interested in gardening,” Schienbein said. “In particular, we will be inviting some of the folks who have been coming to the summer market and selling their goods. We will also be inviting the administrators of the seniors’ housing, Lake Babine Nation, and Burns Lake Band.” “Whoever hears these words of Mine and does them, I will A community garden is any piece of public or liken him to a wise man who built his house upon a rock. private land cultivated by a group of people rather And the rains descended and the floods came, and the winds blew, and beat upon that house; and it fell not: for it was than a single family or individual. Unlike public founded upon the rock. But everyone who hears these words parks and other green spaces maintained by local of Mine and does not do them, shall be likened to a foolish governments, community gardens are generally man who built his house upon the sand...” – Matt. 7:24 managed and controlled by unpaid individuals or /THE TRUMPET WILL SOUND volunteers – usually the gardeners themselves. Burns Lake’s existing community garden is located on municipal land adjacent to the Immaculata Church, but Schienbein says its use has declined in recent years. Only a few of the garden’s beds are currently being utilized, and the P4HC committee DAISY is our co-chair thinks the facility’s location may be parnewest and tially to blame. “It is not a great location in that most successful youngest shelter community gardens are highly visible,” she noted. resident. Daisy “This one, alas, is not. But we don't think that it is a 4-6 week old rules it out completely. We do, however, believe tabby. She has that for the notion of community gardening to ‘take not been spayed root’, it will require a more public, visible location to reinforce the concept. yet. Daisy is “I think the biggest obstacle (to reinvigorating starting to feel community gardening) will be the location. If we comfortable continue with the existing location, there are some in the clinic, DAISY benefits but visibility is not one of them. The other playing and obstacle might be getting the full support of mayor and council. We will be going to them formally afmeeting new friends daily. If you are ter the public meeting, but we know that this is not interested in adopting her, please call on the goals and objectives for 2016. But we are 250-692-7476. still going to try.” Advertising donated by LD News Schienbein hopes the public meeting will proSubmitted photo Burns Lake Veterinary Clinic Ltd. vide the stimulus needed to grow community gardening in Burns Lake. She said that if enough local A community garden could grow beautiful vegetables like these tomatoes Lino Punis has grown Fountain Road, Burns Lake • Phone: 250-692-7476 residents express interest in the project, the P4HC in his greenhouse. committee is prepared to invest in it financially. “We received $7500 this year for our P4HC grant, and we have some funds left from last year that we have earmarked for some seniors’ projects that would fit with a garden initiative that directly benefits seniors,” she noted. The Gray family would like to extend our deepest appreciation “We don't know for sure what the costs are to rehabilitate the existing site. If we get enough interest, we'll to all those who have offered such kindness and support use some of the seed funding … to get the garden back into shape. We are, of course, hoping that the Vilthrough this difficult time. lage of Burns Lake public works department might be able to help with the labour part of it. Again, (that’s) if we want to spend the time and effort on that particular location.” We would like to express our gratitude for the tireless efforts While the P4HC committee is prepared to nurture community gardening in Burns Lake, Schienbein said by the Search and Rescue crews from Burns Lake, Houston, that ideally, another community organization or group will take long-term ownership of the project. Smithers, Terrace, Vanderhoof and Prince George “Community gardens need a champion,” she explained. “The previous champion left the community, as well as the RCMP. and very few garden beds are being used. It has been several years since the VBL invested any money or did any work, and the garden is neglected. There is, however, a lot of potential. There is also a much greater To all those countless individuals who spent days searching for our consciousness about local food sustainability and security, and we think that now there may be more interBryce by boat, in the air and on land, we sincerely thank you. est. We also have Northern Health keenly interested as a partner, and this may help the project get better legs.” We are overwhelmed by the love shown by this Schienbein encourages anyone with an interest in community gardening and local food production to community we call our home. attend next week’s public meeting. “If you are interested in local food production, food security, 100 mile diet, shopping local, gardening, A celebration of life for our Bryce will be held at and supporting a healthier community - come to this meeting,” she urged. “We need and value everyone's LDSS Saturday August 15th at 11:00am. input!” Burns Lake’s P4HC committee is a product of Northern Health’s efforts to involve local communities In lieu of flowers donations can be made to the in health care. It was established after residents identified a need to raise awareness of the risk factors for Burns Lake Search and Rescue c/o John Remple chronic disease that are impacting the community. According to Schienbein, the committee is focusing on PO Box 670, Burns Lake BC, V0J 1E0 healthy eating as a social determinant of health.
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Our town The Big Pig registration is now online at: https://zone4.ca/reg. asp?id=9660. Check www.burnslaketrails.ca for more info on the Big Pig Mountain Biking Festival August 14-16th. The trails are in great condition, thanks to all the weed wackers out there! Southside Health & Wellness Centre: August 2015. Chair yoga every Tues. & Fri. 10-11am. Foot care, all day by appt., Aug. 13, 20 & 27. More info (250) 694-3270. Burns Lake’s Annual Terry Fox Run will take place on Sept. 20 at the Francois Lake Hall. We are looking for donations to the Fall Harvest Auction. Will you have produce or flowers, a craft project or treasure. More info: (250) 692-7438. Lakes District Fall Fair meeting:
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Island Gospel Fellowship Gerow Island, Highway 35
Sunday Morning Worship Service begins @ 10:30 am Pastor Ed Peters Phone: 250-692-7551
Grassy Plains Gospel Church Sunday Service: 10:45 am 250-694-3756 (Church)
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DECKER LAKE MENNONITE CHURCH Sunday Morning Services: Sunday School: 9:30 a.m. Worship Services: 10:30 a.m.
Pastors - Ken Dyck 250-698-7629 David S. Burkholder 250-692-7057 Everyone Welcome Hwy 16, Decker Lake
Seventh Day Adventist Church Group Meets Saturdays at 10:00 a.m. at the United Church on Centre Street.
Burns Lake Community Church Lakes Learning Centre 10:30 am
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Lakes Fellowship 724 Babine Lake Road
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Burns Lake Health Care Auxiliary are used to provide financial support, equipment plus comfort and care for patients in our hospital, the Pines and all other community healthcare services. Mail a donation on behalf of yourself or a loved one to: B.L. Health Care Aux. Box 812, Burns Lake, BC V0J 1E0 A tax deductible receipt will be issued
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Information ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS If you want to keep drinking that’s your business - if you want to quit drinking that’s our business. Burns Lake meetings: Tue. & Sat. 7:30pm Immaculatta Church. Women’s group meets Wed., 108 - 2nd avenue at 7:30pm. For info. or transportation call (250) 6929104 / (250) 692-3024 / (250) 698-7325 Only requirement for AA is a desire to stop drinking. ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Southside Meetings: Mondays and Thursdays 6:30pm 7:30pm at Grassy Plains Gospel Church. For more information: (250) 694-3682 ANYONE NEEDING information on Alzheimer’s please call 1-866-564-7533 BURNS LAKE RCMP Victim/Witness Assistance Program. 201 Hwy. 35, Box 759 Burns Lake. Open Monday to Thursday 9am to 4pm (250) 692-3010 CANADA BENEFIT Group Do you or someone you know suffer from a disability? Get up to $40,000 from the Canadian Government. Toll-free 1-888511-2250 or www.canadabenefit.ca/free-assessment.
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Make a gift in honour or in memory of a loved one impacted by cancer. Please include the honouree name as well as the name and address of the person you would like notified. To donate please call or mail Box 1301 Burns Lake, B.C., V0J 1E0, (250) 6927203.
CRISIS PREVENTION Call 1.800.SUICIDE or 1.800.784.2433 is a confidential, toll-free service that is available to anyone, anywhere, any time in B.C. Youth support line 1.888.564.8336 (TEEN). 24 hour crisis line for northern BC 1.888.563.1214. In addition, several crisis lines also provide support through online chat services so young people have a web-based way to reach out. These services can be reached through www.northernyouthonline.ca. 4-10pm. daily or www.youthinbc.ca. FOOD BANK INFORMATION Distribution days will be the first and the third Tuesday of each month. LD Food Bank will provide a warm waiting room at the Beacon Theatre. Clients will go first to the theatre. Doors open at 10:45am. This is available until the end of April. The food bank closes at 1pm. The Lakes District Food bank continues to operate due to the outstanding generosity of the community. If you would like to make a donation and receive a tax deductible receipt, please mail your donation to: Lakes District Food Bank, P.O. Box 777, Burns Lake, BC. V0J 1E0 LOCAL HOSPICE (250) 6922448. The Hospice office, located in the Lakes District Hospital, open every Thurs. from 10am - 4pm. A lending library is available. Please make donations to Burns Lake Hospice Program, Box 7500, Burns Lake, BC V0J 1EO
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The College of New Caledonia is looking to fill the following position: SUPPORT WORKER - ABORIGINAL Reference Number: 15-076SL
Under the direction of the Regional Principal or their designate and in cooperation with community partners and Aboriginal Service Plan (ASP) team members, this position is responsible for developing, planning, implementing, administering, and evaluating an Aboriginal student support program. This position will be responsible for promoting access and supporting students within the programs and services of the Lakes District region. The incumbent will work closely with the student support team and will advocate for Aboriginal students/participants linking them with relevant community and college support services as needed. The incumbent will assist with the promotion and incorporation of traditional knowledge and language within campus daily activities, programs and services. This position requires a person of Aboriginal ancestry who also meets all other necessary qualifications. To find out more information about these and other opportunities, and directions on how to apply, please check our website at: www.cnc.bc.ca/tools/employment Join us. We offer a supportive workplace, great benefits, and competitive salaries. And we have opportunities to grow, both within our college, and within our communities. CNC - A community for learning and teaching that cares, serves, and leads.
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A doctors reavenue at 7:30pm. info. or tAny other relatedFor duties Burning to attend. ferral is not needed. To speak ferral is not needed. To speak transportation call (250) 692Qualifications/Requirements: • Possess a keen interest in preserving history with the/ nurse (250) 692-/ with the nurse call (250) 6929104 (250) call692-3024 Pursuant to Section 921 of the Local Government Act, t E arly Childhood Education Diploma (Minimum 3 years 2440 698-7325 2440 (250) • Meticulous organizer and creative imagination experience) Infant/Toddler License to Practice a Regional District Board may #30 allow temporary uses ROUMIEU DRIVE BOX 307 BURNS #30 ROUMIEU LAKE BCDRIVE V0J 1E0 BOX 307 BURNS LAKE BC V0J 1E0 Only requirement for AA is a certification, MEDICAL TRANSCRIPTION! MEDICAL TRANSCRIPTION! • able to work without tMust be enthusiastic and willing to work in a fast paced desire to stop drinking. PH. 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to be affected by this application will the be direction given an of the Regional where, any time in B.C. Youth Under Under the direction or of the Regional Principal or and traits:Principal 250-699-8747 • Fax: 250-699-6430 support line Phone: 1.888.564.8336 opportunity to be heard or to present a written their designate and in cooperation theirwith designate community and in cooperation with community (TEEN). 24 hour crisis line for • Must be highly computer literate in both PC and iMac submission respecting matters contained in the northern BC 1.888.563.1214. Service partners Plan (ASP) andwith Aboriginal team (ASP)Microsoft team application. Written submissionspartners sent by and mail Aboriginal to P.O. and proficient some or Service all of thePlan following: In addition, several crisis lines members, this position members, this developing, position is responsible for developing, Box 820, Burns Lake, BC, V0J 1E0; by fax to (250) 692- is responsible also provide support through Word, for internet, “Photoshop”or other photo editing and online chat services so young planning, implementing, administering, planning, and evalu- scanning, administering, and evalu1220; or by e-mail to email@example.com must be organizing implementing, programs, spreadsheet/indexing people have a web-based way received by the Regional District of Bulkley-Nechako ating an Aboriginalnostudent support ating an program. Aboriginal Thisstudent support program. This programs and CD/DVD duplicating to reach out. These services later than August 19, 2015 at 4:30 position P.M. to bewill ensured of be responsible for position promoting be responsible for promoting can be IS reached through • Possess a will keenaccess interest in preserving history access NOTICE GIVEN, pursuant to section 6 of the First Nations consideration at the meeting. www.northernyouthonline.ca. and supporting students within and the supporting programs and students within the programs and • Meticulous organizer and creative imagination Fiscal Management Act (hereafter referred to as the “FNFMA”), 4-10pm. daily or www.youA copy of the proposed permit and associated services of the Lakes District region. services of the incumbent Lakessupervision District region. The incumbent • able toThe work without that Stellat’en First Nation (“The First Nation”) proposes to enact thinbc.ca. information may be inspectedwill at work the office the the student the Stellat’en First Nation Property CANCEL AssessmentYOUR Law, 2015 and closelyofwith will support work closely teamwith and the student support team and CANCEL YOUR timeshare. timeshare. FOOD BANK INFORMATION Duties and Responsibilities: Regional District of Bulkley-Nechako located at 37-3rd Notherisk program stop No risk Law, program stop mortStellat’en Firstwill Nation Property Taxation 2015 (hereafter Distribution days bemortthe will advocate for Aboriginal students/participants will advocate forduplicate, Aboriginal students/participants • Compile, digitize, organize and index Cheslatta gage & maintenance paygage & maintenance payAvenue, Burns Lake, B.C. between the hours of 8:30 first and the Tuesday of referred to asthird the “Proposed Laws”). linking them with relevant community linking them and with college relevant community and college ments today. 100% money ments today. 100% money archival material including photographs, audio/visual A.M. 12:00 noon and 1:00 P.M. 4:30 P.M., Monday each month. LD Food Bank back guarantee. Free consulbackThe guarantee. Free are consulsupport services6,as needed. The support incumbent services willasassist needed. incumbent will assist DESCRIPTION PROPOSED Proposed Laws a will provide a OF warm waiting LAWS: Logging Supervisor: Logging Supervisor: through Friday, excluding holidays, from August 2015 materials, documents, print The media, maps/surveys and tation. Call us now. We can tation. Call us now. We can room at the Beacon Theatre. the promotion and incorporation with the promotion of traditional and incorporation of traditional property taxation law and a property assessment law, both to 20, 2015 inclusive. copy oflogging the proposed Applicant must havemade experienceApplicant in August the logging must have industry. experienceAwith in the industry. help! 1-888-356-5248. help! 1-888-356-5248. physical artifacts Clients will go fi rst to the theaunder the authority of section 5(1)(a)Applicant of the FNFMA. 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Full details 2call Applicant have years Applicant minimum must experience have on 2 years minimum experience on • Provide training once you feel comfortable with the system andfinancing. tax notices, the1E0 levy of call penalties andfi1-866-668-6629 interestmust on unpaid Burns Lake, BC. V0J now 1-866-668-6629 Website now Website Join us. We offer a supportive workplace, Join us. Wegreat offer a supportive workplace, great bunching machine. bunching machine. • investigate funding sources to provide on-going support taxes, and the collection and enforcement of unpaid taxes. www.tcvend.com. www.tcvend.com. LOCAL HOSPICE (250) 692benefits, salaries. benefits, And and we have competitive salaries. And we have = AIC (measure of blood glucose levelsand over competitive time) for this project 2448. The Hospice office, loapplicants will be offered Successful a competitive applicants will be offered competitive A COPY PROPOSED LAWSGREAT may Successful be obtained from Recommended Target: 7.0% orabelow opportunities to grow, both within opportunities our college, to grow, and beboth within ourtocollege, and GREAT CANADIAN Dollar CANADIAN Dollar cated in OF theTHELakes District • oversee budget and accountable the finance compensation package. compensation package. Sandra Nahornoff at the Thurs. Stellat’en Store First Nation band offi ce, or Store franchise opportunities franchise opportunities Hospital, open every within our communities. within our communities. department and Chief and Council are available in your area. Exare available in your area. Exfrom 10am online - 4pm.from A lending obtained the Firstli-Nations Gazette, Part I: Notices, atand leave Please 250-996-0196 Please a message call 250-996-0196 if no answer. and leave a message if no answer. plore your with aPlease dollar plore yourcall future with a dollar brary is future available. www.fng.ca. CNC - A community for learning CNC and - Adrivers community for reliable learning and Must have valid license and transportation. store leader. Calltotoday storeResumes leader. Call 1-877- to firstname.lastname@example.org make donations Burns1-877Lake Blood pressureto email@example.com can today be emailed Resumes = can be emailed 388-0123 Program, ext. 229Box or online: 388-0123 ext. 229ororfaxed online: age is not an issue. hours are flexible. Most of the work will Hospice 7500, teaching that cares, serves, and teaching leads. that cares, serves, and leads. Recommended Target: 130/80 mm Hg to (250) 996-2217. or faxed to (250) 996-2217. 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REPRESENTATIONS regarding the Proposed Laws. Written representations may be made to the Council for 60 days after the date of this notice.
PERSONS WISHING TO MAKE A WRITTEN REPRESENTATION must deliver the document containing the representations to: Chief and Council, Stellat’en First Nation, P.O. Box 760, Fraser Lake, BC, V0J 1S0. Representations should be made on or before 4:00 pm, October 5, 2015 in order to ensure consideration by Council. Before making the Proposed Laws, Council will consider all written representations received in accordance with this Notice. Please note that Council is not able to extend the public notice period. CONTACT INFORMATION: For further information or questions regarding the Proposed Laws, this Notice, or the making of written representations to Council, please contact Sandra Nahornoff at 250-699-8747. This Notice Dated: August 4, 2015
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southside, approximately ½ mile from the southbank Ferry terminal.
Please submit brief background of yourself, listing your skills, references and describe why you would be the best candidate for the position of Cheslatta archive administrator. Feel free to call or email if you have any questions. Please mail, email or fax by August 14, 2015 to: Cheslatta Carrier Nation Attention: “Archive Administrator” Box 909 Burns Lake, BC V0J 1E0 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Fax (250) 694-3632 interviews will be conducted by the Cheslatta hiring Committee and will include a demonstration of your computer skills.
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Extremely successful old-time photo studio in Barkerville for sale. High producer, lot of fun and immensely popular attraction. Incl. training & equipment: email@example.com or 250-392-7119 $139,900
BOAT FOR sale. 1982 21 ft. Campion Skeena. MerCruiser 4.3L engine and a Volvo Penta 280 Leg. Many upgrades, a dual axle trailer is included. Asking $6900. Phone (250695-6484)
CUTTERS & SAFETY KNIVES
Ratchet lock utility knife
Extra heavy duty cutter
25 MM HD CUTTER
Rubber grip auto-lock utility knife
Fiberglass-reinforced autolock utility knife
Self-retracting safety knife with tape slitter
18 MM UTILITY KNIFE
18 MM UTILITY KNIFE
$ 82 BLADE DISPOSAL CASE
18 MM BLACK ULTRASHARP SNAP-OFF BLADES 10 Pack of Blade re-ďŹ lls
10 pack of Blade re-ďŹ lls
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Thrifty shoppers say. . .
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Suites, Lower LARGE BRIGHT 2 bedroom suites in a safe and secure building. Close to school and hospital. Large patio, in-suite storage and storage lockers available. On site management. Heat, hot water and cable included for $725 per month. Ask about our Seniors discount. Call (250) 692-3959 and leave message.
For safe disposal of cutting blades
Rib eye steak and prawns, baked potato, sautĂŠed mushrooms and Caesar salad for $21.95.
STEAK NIGHT every Saturday
Extended length ratchet lock utility knife
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Monday - Saturday: Drinks & Appy Specials SUMMER HOURS (May 21 - Sept. 30): Mon. to Sat.: 11am-11pm (Kitchen closes at 10pm) Sunday: 4pm-10pm (Kitchen closes at 9pm) Liquor Store open Sun & Mon: 9am-10pm Tues to Sat: 9am-11pm
And theyâ€™re right.
If you see a wildďŹ re, report it to
1-800-663-5555 or *5555 on most cellular networks.
Every dollar you spend at an out of town merchant means less money local businesses have to support local sports groups, nonprofit organizations and youth activities. Every dollar you spend outside of your own community makes it harder for your local businesses to remain competitive, or even remain in business.
Itâ€™s true. Every dollar counts. Use each one wisely.
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250-698-7964 Still serving the Lakes District
For more information, call 1-800-556-5539
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PRINTING S Serving &SIGN Burns Lake & Area since 1988
374 Hwy. 16 Next to the Royal Bank Burns Lake, BC Phone: (250) 692-7887 Fax: (250) 692-7881 E-mail: hans@Ldprinting.ca www.Ldprinting.ca
Flyers â€˘ Brochures â€˘ Forms â€˘ Cheques Digital Printing â€˘ Posters â€˘ Labels Signs â€˘ Banners â€˘ Lettering â€˘ Decals
Bâ€™s Free Enterprises Ltd.
Burns Lake Recycling Depot
CURRENTLY IN STOCK: â€˘ ROTTILLERS â€˘ BRUSH CUTTERS â€˘ HAY & SILAGE EQUIPMENT LINE UP OF NEW TRACTORS IN STOCK... Stop in and check it out!
Give us a call for any of your attachment needs.
Bill and Patsy Miller, Owners 29850 Hwy 16 West â€˘ PO Box 450 â€˘ Burns Lake, BC V0J 1E0
Bill & Wendy Imus Certified Appliance Repair & Computer Technicians
HOUSEHOLD AND COMMERCIAL RECYCLING... Including Bottles & Cans, Plastics, Cardboard & Paper, Glass, Metal, Electronics, Lightbulbs, Batteries, Small Appliances - like Microwaves, Power Tools & More. Located across from Multiplex, 113 Park St., Burns Lake PHONE:
Hours: Tuesday - Saturday 10:30am to 4:30pm
Computer Training, Sales & Service
Pumps Water Treatment Plumbing Repairs
Box 420, 28540 Colleymount Rd., Burns Lake, BC V0J 1E2
Cell: (250) 692-6569 â€˘ email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Personalized In Home Service Delivery of Ink & Computer Supplies
Phone: (250) 692-4353
The Comfort Zone
Advertise your Business or Service here for $2225 per week.
Flying Dutchman Service
High Efficiency Furnaces
Phone 250-696-3211 â€˘ Cell: 250-692-9940
For Appliance and Heating Parts & Service Call 250-692-3337
or email: comfortzone@ thecomfortzone.ca
Located on Francois Lake Drive, Burns Lake Pub: 250-692-0068 â€˘ Liquor store: 250-692-0067
Burns Lake & area Starting a Business?
1-877-873-7467 NEW: Cylinder exchange at Overwaitea or fill up cylinders at the Rainbow Gas Bar
Call Lakes District News 250-692-7526 for more information.
Thank you for supporting our local businesses and services
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Lakes District News
Mom and me fishing day
Nadina Lake Lodge visitors had a great day of fishing. To get to the lodge turn off Hwy. 16 onto Morice River Forest Service Road, once on the Morice River F.S. Road follow to km 56.5. Turn right on to the Nadina F.S. Road. Follow to km 74, turn right. Follow the signs to the lodge (km 25.5 on the Thatsa F.S. Road). Or give Brad and Wendy a call at 250-695-6788.
FOR UP TO
2015 GMC TERRAIN SLE-1 AWD
ALL 2015 ACADIA MODELS
2015 GMC SIERRA 1500 DOUBLE/CREW CAB 1SA
2015 GMC CANYON SLE 4X2
2015 SIERRA HD 1SA GAS
August 12, 2015 edition of the Burns Lake Lakes District News