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from Lillooet to Williams Lake. Everything necessary for life on the trail is in the four packboxes on his two spare horses. Companionship on the journey comes courtesy of the huge black dog he calls Pi, so named for the mathematical sign visible on the dog’s chest. Pi also provides security, peace-of-mind and protection. He has already earned his grub-

stake in a couple of close encounters with bears. Grabowsky’s final destination? Unknown. He’s just out for a very long ride. Grabowsky took two days to make the trip from Alkali Lake to Williams Lake with his quartet and then rested up for a few days at the Williams Lake Stampede Grounds before continuing his journey.

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FOX MOUNTAIN This beautiful 1 1/2 storey three bedroom home has plenty of style and character! Located on three acres on Fox Mountain, it is nicely placed in a private setting. Walk in to spacious entry with drop down living room. Two bedrooms located on the main floor.

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WILLIAMS LAKE Amazing family home on 15 plus acre hobby farm. 2800 sq ft rancher recently updated. New bathrooms, new paint, new flooring. 2 fireplaces, 4 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms. Property is fenced into 5 separate pastures. Stock waterers and outbuildings. Garage, barn & shop.

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WILLIAMS LAKE Large family home on just over an acre. 2.5 bedroom with main floor laundry, 2 - 1 bedroom in-law suites on lower level with laundry facilities. New gas fired boiler furnace. Great producing Artesian well, large yard/garden areas. Backs onto Crown Land. Large 32x48 detached workshop

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LOCAL NEWS

Legal aid office open in Williams Lake Monica Lamb-Yorski Staff Writer People needing legal aid in Williams Lake have access to a local office again. Since November 2014 the local Legal Services Society office was closed temporarily while a new local agent was being sought. “It was a hassle for people,” said Dan Patterson, the 30-year-old lawyer who put in a successful application to be the local agent for legal services. “People had to have phones, minutes for calling, and a way to

get their documents to Vancouver.” Patterson and intake worker Carmen Kallman opened for business on Wednesday in a conference room located on the fourth floor of the Williams Lake courthouse. By mid-afternoon, Kallman had processed five applications. “Now the applications will be assessed to determine if they qualify for aid,” she explained. Moments later a client knocked on the door to hand in some of his necessary paperwork.

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Lawyer Dan Patterson and intake worker Carmen Kallman re-opened a legal aid office at the Williams Lake courthouse on Wednesday. The legal services society provides assistance to people who cannot afford a lawyer, generally for criminal matters, although sometimes

people who are dealing with immigration, mental health or serious family cases, such as violence or child protection, access the services.

There are also many helpful publications on the Legal Services Society website at http:// www.lss.bc.ca, Kallman said.

Last August Patterson moved to Williams Lake fresh from Thompson Rivers University’s law school in Kamloops to article with John D. Russell. “I got involved with legal aid cases in Williams Lake,” Patterson said of one of the reasons he felt compelled to re-open the local office. “When the Legal Services Society put out a contract for tender in February I put together an application.” The legal aid contract is something the two of them will work at part-time. And they will

draw from the legal aid lawyers available in Williams Lake. Recently Patterson joined the firm of Oliver and Co. where he is a general litigator for criminal and family law. Kallman said she will continue with her position at the Women’s Contact Society as the good food box co-ordinator. Office hours are Wednesdays and Thursdays from 8:30 a.m. to noon and 1 p.m. to 4:30 p.m., phone 250267-5454, fax 250-3987423. The courthouse is located at 540 Borland Street.

Mount Polley meeting planned for Aug. 26 Monica Lamb-Yorski Staff Writer Staff from Mount Polley Mine will host community meetings next week in Likely, Williams Lake and

Quesnel. “We will be discussing our shortterm water management plan to store water on-site for the duration of our restricted restart,” said

Steve Robertson, vice-president of corporate affairs for Imperial Metals. Government representatives have been invited to attend the meetings, he added.

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Since the mine resumed operations on Aug. 4, 186 people have been employed at the site. Robertson said the mill is running at full capacity 24/7 every

second week to meet the restricted permit’s parameters. The community meetings will take place Tuesday, Aug. 25 in Likely at the community hall at

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LOCAL NEWS

SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 27 (CARIBOO-CHILCOTIN) REGISTRATION OF NEW STUDENTS FOR SEPTEMBER 2015 ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS:

Monica Lamb-Yorski Staff Writer

Tuesday, September 1 - Friday, September 4, 2015 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.

(Some of the smaller schools may not be open on all four days, please contact the school to confirm registration dates and times). Children beginning Kindergarten must be five years of age by December 31, 2015. Children enrolled in Kindergarten for the 2014-15 school year do not need to reregister for Grade 1 if they are attending the same school. A birth certificate or proof of age and presentation of the B.C. “Care Card” is required for registration. Students are to register at the school in their catchment area. Parents not sure of their catchment area may contact their nearest elementary school for information or consult www.sd27.bc.ca (click on “Find the School Nearest You” and enter your address). The French Immersion Program is located at Nesika Elementary School and a “School of Choice” form must be filled out if living outside the catchment area. For assistance, Williams Lake area schools and their phone numbers are listed below: 150 Mile House ......... 250-296-3356 Cataline .................... 250-392-7154 Chilcotin Road.......... 250-392-5455

Marie Sharpe ..............250-392-4104 Mountview..................250-392-7344 Nesika.........................250-398-7192

LAKE CITY SECONDARY SCHOOL Columneetza Campus (Grade 7-9) 250-392-4158

Williams Lake Campus (Grade 10-12) 250-392-6284

September 1 - September 4, 2015 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.

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Horsefly ......................250-620-3438 Likely ..........................250-790-2320 Naghtaneqed ..............250-394-7060 Tatla Lake ...................250-476-1117

Pupils in these catchment areas may register with the principal at the school on or before September 4, 2015. Students who attended Williams Lake area schools in June, and beginners who registered previously, need not register again. Students who are changing schools should present report cards and documents, if any, from their previous school. STRONGSTART is a school-based, early learning, parent participation program that provides a new gateway to lifelong learning. Check the School District website for the program locations and schedules at http://www.sd27.bc.ca/programs-andservices/strongstart.

An ongoing battle with a beaver dam in Commodore Heights is most likely the reason Missioner Creek was muddy last week, property owner Henry Vlodder told the Tribune. The dam, while located in a department of highways right of way, is next to 12 acres of property Vlodder owns adjacent to the highway. Vlodder has owned property in the area since 1977. He sold his home on Commodore Crescent in 2010 when he retired, but still owns the 12 acres. Over the years, the beaver dam in question has caused water levels to rise to a point that septic systems were backing up and people were calling Vlodder for help. The water mostly comes from run off, he said, pointing to many areas of the creek bed that are completely dry. In May, a permit was issued to remove the beaver dam and Interior Roads hauled four dump truck loads of materials

from the site, Vlodder said. Within a few months, however, the beavers were rebuilding it and up until Sunday, Vlodder was back at the site trying to remove some of the dam and that’s probably when Glendale resident Ron Ackerson noticed the creek running muddy through his property, a few kilometres away below. On Monday the Tribune introduced the two men to each other. Ackerson confirmed the creek started running clear on Sunday, which coincided with the fact Vlodder stopped pulling materials out of the beaver dam that day. Vlodder told Ackerson he wished the Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure would fill the area in with rocks so the beavers couldn’t build a dam. But the dam isn’t Vlodder’s only problem. In the 1980s highways installed a ditch up to a certain point to direct water so it wouldn’t flow onto his property. In 1988 installed a culvert to help direct the water further.

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Commodore Heights property owner Henry Vlodder indicates historic water levels. Recently, however, he arranged for fill to be brought to his property from the airport where they are building the new fire centre. After he cleared out the culvert on both sides, near the area where the fill was going in, he got a ticket from the Minis-

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TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 2015, HAS BEEN SET AS A NON-INSTRUCTIONAL DAY FOR SCHOOL DISTRICT NO.27 AND STUDENTS DO NOT ATTEND. PRINCIPALS AND COUNSELLORS WILL NOT BE AVAILABLE. SCHOOLS RE-OPEN FOR STUDENTS ON WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 2015

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September 9th will be a “half” day for students (two and one half hour morning session only) and buses will run following the morning session. Each school will begin the day at the normally scheduled time – only the dismissal times are being amended.

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Shoppers wound around the parking lot early Thursday morning at Prosperity Ridge as a new retail outlet, Winners, celebrated its grand opening in Williams Lake.

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• Publisher Kathy McLean • Editor Angie Mindus

Jays unite the country A mania seems to be sweeping the country and it’s got nothing to do with the current, prolonged federal election campaign. No, we’re a long way from Harpermania, Trudeaumania or Mulcairmania at this juncture of the campaign but it seems a race of a different kind is capturing the imaginations of Canadians from Victoria to St. John’s and everywhere in between. And that’s the Major League Baseball American League pennant race. Yes, apparently the Toronto Blue Jays are for real, after the trade deadline they are, anyway, and following a recent 11-game winning streak they are regularly selling out the stadium and attracting millions of viewers on TV as visions of 1992 and 1993’s back-to-back World Series wins dance through Canadians’ heads. According to Sportsnet (owned by Rogers, along with the stadium and the ball team so they should know a little about this kind of stuff), an average

audience of 2.03 million viewers tuned into last Friday night’s game between our Blue Jays and the visiting New York Yankees in a duel for first place. That’s the most in the channel’s history by the way, surpassing the NHL season opener between that other Toronto team and the Canadiens on Oct. 8, 2014 at 2.01 million viewers. Although it reveals the network hasn’t boasted a lot of big sports events until recently, it also shows they have the hottest ticket in town these days and the numbers are likely to keep skyrocketing as the race heats up towards September. It may still be too early to talk about repeats of ‘92 and ‘93 World Series champions but it’s sure fun to cheer on the Jays and witness meaningful baseball this late in the season after a very long dry spell. Go, Jays, go, and let’s hope Canadians are watching two races to the finish line this October.

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NEW BUS LANE BEING INSTALLED

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Crews are busy working on a new bus lane at Marie Sharpe Elementary School. Superintendent Mark Thiessen said workers will remove a chunk of the playground to make a lane where buses can pull in and students can get off the bus safely. “It will create a buffer from a very busy Third Avenue and increase safety there,” Thiessen added.

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Weedy words from the CCCIPC on invasive giant hogweed Invasive plants, also known as noxious weeds are non-native plants that have been introduced to B.C. Without their natural predators that help keep them in check in their native habitats, these alien plants grow very aggressively and pose a threat to our natural ecosystems, biodiversity, humans, wildlife and the economy. One such invasive plant is Giant Hogweed, and it is often mistaken for a local native plant called Cow Parsnip. The two plants do look very similar to each other, but only Giant Hogweed is classified as a provincially noxious invasive weed and has phototoxic stems and leaves containing a poisonous sap that makes skin sensitive to light often

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leading to serious burns and painful blisters (note: Cow Parsnip can also irritate the skin but to a much lesser extent). Protective clothing should be worn when handling either plant and wash any skin that has been exposed with soap and water then keep skin covered. So how can you tell the difference

between the two and what should you do? Height: Cow Parsnip fully grown tops around seven feet, while Giant Hogweed can reach heights of 14 feet or taller. Stems: Cow Parsnip stems are green and ridged with fine white hairs. Giant Hogweed stems are

green but with purple/reddish splotches and much coarser white hairs. Leaves: Cow Parsnip leaves are similar to that of a maple leaf, while Giant Hogweed leaves have visible knife-like serrated edges (see pictures). Flower Cluster: Cow Parsnip has up to 30 rays per flower cluster, while Giant Hogweed can almost double that and have 50 rays. Rays, are the stems of the flowers protruding from the main stem of the plant (see diagram). For more information on identification, removal and disposal of Giant Hogweed, please view or download the National Factsheet with full colour pictures. Available

online, find a link to this factsheet at http://cccipc.ca/index.php/aboutus/links/ or email info@cccipc.ca for a copy. To report invasive plants in the CRD please call 1-800-665-1636, in BC to 1-888-WEEDS-BC or online to www.reportaweedbc.ca (or download the free phone app). For more information on other invasive plants in this region please visit the Cariboo Chilcotin Coast Invasive Plant Committee website at www. cccipc.ca or call 250-855-WEED (9333). The CCCIPC gratefully acknowledges the financial support of the Province of British Columbia. Jessica Knodel is the CCCIPC coordinator.

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With more time, will more voters care? Several readers took me to task for last week’s commentary on the beginning of our long, hot federal election campaign. They pointed out, among other things, that there are substantial cost increases to Elections Canada as well as higher spending limits for the parties. And thanks to generous tax deductions for political donations, taxpayers subsidize all party spending whether they want to or not. That’s the system as it is today, so rather than rail against it, it seems more useful to ask what we’re getting for our forced investment in this exercise. First, more leader debates. The traditional main event organized by TV networks for Oct. 8 appears to be a bust, with only Liberal leader Justin Trudeau and Green Party leader Elizabeth May expected to attend. Conservative leader Stephen Harper declined, prompting NDP leader Thomas Mulcair to say he will only take part in debates that include Harper. Harper, Trudeau and Mulcair have agreed to a Sept. 17 debate hosted by The Globe and Mail and Google Canada. This one is to be focused on the economy, which should force participants to get beyond their talking points and pointing fingers. On Sept. 28 there will be a debate focused on foreign policy hosted by Munk Debates, a charitable foundation. Harper, Trudeau and Mulcair

B.C. Views

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have accepted. May and Bloc Quebecois leader Gilles Duceppe were not invited to either of these. The national media have decided that the biggest issue currently is the trial of suspended senator Mike Duffy, but this has turned out to be a rehash of facts and assertions heard many times over by those who care. The expense account abuse has pushed the issue of senate reform to the forefront. Harper declared his intention to starve the Senate by refusing any more appointments, after most provinces ignored his call to elect their nominees. Trudeau, having expelled all Liberal senators from the party caucus, has warned that Harper’s plan and Mulcair’s longstanding position to abolish the Senate are both unworkable, if not unconstitutional. Trudeau has promised changes to the senate appointment process, but no specifics so far. Party policies are being doled out one bit at a time, and the

national and local candidate debates may help clarify them. Here are a couple that could use closer scrutiny. Harper has promised to revive a stimulus program from the 2009 economic crisis, offering a 15 per cent tax credit for home improvements between $1,000 and $5,000. This sounds great if you’re a homeowner, but does nothing for renters, drives up the cost of housing in already overpriced urban markets and encourages more consumer debt. Trudeau has promised an additional $2.6 billion over four

years for First Nations education on reserves, and accelerated spending on school infrastructure. Mulcair has promised to hold a national inquiry into missing and murdered aboriginal women. Mulcair and Trudeau both pledge to reverse the Conservative moves to eliminate what’s left of door-to-door mail delivery, and to extend the age of eligibility for the Old Age Security pension from 65 to 67. All of these promises are presented in the most appealing way possible by the parties that promote them, and all involve

spending and taxation tradeoffs that the parties would prefer not to discuss. Another possible dividend from a formal campaign stretching more than two months is that more voters will pay attention to the real issues and actually take the time to cast a ballot. If that happens, and the long decline in voter turnout is reversed, it’s a good investment. Tom Fletcher is legislature reporter and columnist for Black Press. Twitter: @tomfletcherbc Email: tfletcher@blackpress.ca

No ifs, ands or butts on safe ways to discard smoked tobacco products Look down — way down. What do you see when you visit businesses, shopping malls, parks, beaches or walking trails? We are often greeted by cigarette butts littering our communities, our pristine forest trails and our sandy beaches. We also see butt litter near grassy road sides or slowly trickling down to our water drains. Cigarette butts are ranked as one of Canada’s leading causes of litter. Cigarette filters are made of plastic so they can take up to 15

years to bio-degrade. That means there are cigarette filters hanging around today that may even be from the 90s! Filters contain 160 toxic chemicals of which 60 can cause cancer and when they get wet those toxins can leach into our natural environment. Our hot, dry summers in combination with a forested landscape make us especially vulnerable to forest fires that destroy much of our pristine wilderness and put our communities at risk.

Province wide, since Jan. 1, 2015 there have been a total of 279 fires attributed to smoking materials with total losses at almost $2.8 million. Are all fires caused by cigarette butts carelessly flung from a hand? No, but many have been caused by discarded cigarettes. The Barriere fire in 2003 is one example of fire caused by a cigarette — 70 homes and 26,000 hectares of forest were destroyed. It’s concerning that some people continue to throw their

still glowing cigarettes out of car windows or toss butts on the ground. So how can we address this and change the way we think and dispose of cigarette butts in a responsible way? If you are a smoker and you are not ready to quit then the next best thing you can do is be responsible with your butts. There are safer ways to dispose of cigarette butts. You might choose to keep a water filled container in your car to help make sure the burning butt is out.

If you are out and about in the forest or on the street use a small tin container to collect your butts. Those small metal mint tins work great. If you are hiking, pack the extinguished butts in and out with the rest of your garbage. Please take personal responsibility for your butts — help prevent forest fires and protect our communities, our environment, and our wildlife. Kym Howay is a tobacco reduction co-ordinator with Interior Health.


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SWINE WRANGLING ADVENTURES Gaeil Farrar photo

Those in the know say that pigs never climb so it was a unique experience to see this pig (below) try repeatedly to climb out of its pen while organizers were setting up for the swine judging event at the annual 4-H Show and Sale at the Stockyards Saturday. At left interesting methods are used to move the critters.

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PEOPLE IN THE NEWS Gaeil Farrar photo

Ronald Wilson of the Horsefly 4-H Club sells a booster button during the annual 4-H Show and Sale, which ran from Aug. 15-19 at the Williams Lake Stockyards.

HOROSCOPE ARIES - Mar 21/Apr 20 Aries, your mind is racing a mile a minute. Although it may be challenging, you have to find a way to slow down and focus on one thing for the time being. TAURUS - Apr 21/May 21 Taurus, put some thought into your long-term financial goals. Planning now will help you realize your goals down the road. Don’t put off a meeting with your advisor. GEMINI - May 22/Jun 21 Gemini, you will get another crack at an opportunity that recently passed you by. Just be patient and prepare for the chance that awaits you in the near future. CANCER - Jun 22/Jul 22 You need to find ways to relax, Cancer. Schedule time to unwind, whether it is dancing, listening to music or practicing yoga. Make the most of your elevated energy levels. LEO - Jul 23/Aug 23 Leo, you have a lot on your plate at the moment, so shelve some immediate plans you had. Right now you don’t have the time to devote to them.

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Nichol Thomas has fun spiking her son, Sonny’s, hair during the Williams Lake 4-H Show and Sale. He is a Cloverbud who helped to raise an extra swine the family sent to market.

LIBRA - Sept 23/Oct 23 Libra, you are anxious to announce plans for a new chapter in your life. But you might want to table your enthusiasm for the time being until these plans are confirmed.

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Horsefly Fall Fair Saturday a celebration of country life Announcement of the Horsefly Citizen of the Year will be all part of the festivities this Saturday at the 40th anniversary of the Horse-

fly Fall Fair. The fair runs from noon to 4 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 22 and like its theme, Country Life, offers a taste of what

living in the Horsefly area has to offer. There will be covered wagon rides, a scarecrow building activity for children and all

Tiffany Simard (left) and shop owner Leanne Kunka in the seating area at the Hobbit House where the paintings of Sirkka McKerral are featured during the Art Walk and Sale now happening in the city.

kinds of farm and garden exhibits on display by children and adults. Expect to see a huge quilting and needle craft section, lots of canning, baking, cut flowers, and livestock entries, says fair chair Sandy McNie. “It really is quite amazing.” The Horsefly Volunteer Fire Department will also have their fire truck there for children to explore. There will also be a fun fundraiser called chicken poop bingo. She says SOUL Food will be there selling ice cream and veggie snacks and the Seniors Wellness Society will have hamburgers and corn on the cob on offer. Thanks to United Concrete she says there

Hobbit House features art of Sirkka McKerral

Dial M for Murder auditions coming up

The Hobbit House is featuring the work of Sirkka McKerral during Art Walk 2015. McKerral was born in Finland and began drawing and painting at a very young age. After moving to Sudbury Ontario she painted the northern landscapes and was selling her art by the age of 12. Since then she has studied, painted and exhibited her work in Kingston, Jamaica and in White Rock, Inuvik, Gibsons in Canada. Her paintings are in private and commercial collections in Ontario, North West

The Studio Theatre has auditions coming up this month for its first play of the new season, Dial M for Murder, by Frederick Knott. In this suspense production Tony Wendice plots to have his wealthy wife, Margot,

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McKerral now resides in Williams Lake and paints in acrylics and water colours. Her work can be viewed at the Hobbit House Monday to Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. She also has some pieces at the Station House Gallery.

will also be cotton candy available. During the event the Horsefly citizen of the year is also announced, McNie says. In conjunction with the fair there will also

murdered. He blackmails an old acquaintance into carrying out the murder but the setup goes awry. Wendice devises a new plan to do away with his wife, but will he get away with it? The play will be on stage in November.

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The auditions will be held at the Williams Lake Studio Theatre Sunday, Aug. 30 and Tuesday, Sept. 1 starting at 7 p.m. each evening. The play will be

directed by Michael Rawluk who will require one woman age 25 to 35 to play Margot, a man of an undetermined age to play Tony, four men ages 30 to 60.

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Horse-drawn wagon rides are part of the Horsefly Fall Fair coming up Saturday.

Fair competition is open to residents and summer guests residing in Horsefly area which includes Miocene, Big Lake, and Likely areas. Registration and non-perishable entries will be accepted Thursday, Aug. 20 between 4 and 7 p.m. Other entries and registration will be accepted Friday, Aug. 21 from 3 to 7 p.m. Livestock entries need to be pre-registered on Thursday or Friday and may be brought to the grounds on Saturday only between 9 and 9:30 a.m. Livestock judging will take place between 10:30 a.m. and noon. The general admission fee is $2. There is no admission charge for children ages 12 and under or for exhibitors.

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New local business will ‘Do More’ for you LeRae Haynes

Special to Tribune/Advisor Williams Lake business community newcomers Nancy Dron and Chris Walker opened the doors to Do-More Promotional Ltd. and Scrapbook Magic in March 2015, and continue to welcome a growing number of customers looking for unique gifts and promotional items. The husband and

wife team handles four basic types of projects. One is trophies, awards, plaques and engraving gifts and jewelry. Another is clothing that can be personalized by embroidery, silk screening, heat transfers and dye sublimation. They said that sublimation can also be done on porcelain, glass, magnets, metal and lots of promotional items, including

dash plaques for vehicles. “We also do custom signs and decals, bumper stickers and banners; we do sandwich boards, vehicle signs, backlit signs, di-bond signs and coroplast,” Walker explained. “And we do promotional items, such as travel mugs, pens, key chains and mugs — anything that you want to promote.” Dron added that most of the work is

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

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done on site. “Sometimes our customers come in with a logo they want, and some want us to help design them something; sometimes they come in with an idea, and we help them create what they want,” she said. Do-More will handle everything from gifts for all your employees to a single gift for your mom for Mother’s Day, and from shirts for a big

sports team to a single hoodie. They said they can do a set of engraved glass beer mugs for a wedding party, for example, or a pile of medals for a sporting event. Chris, a volunteer firefighter, explained that he ran a related business when they were still in Saskatchewan, and once they moved to Williams Lake most of the equipment used at Do-More Promotions

was just stored in their basement. Scrapbook Magic is the result of a family business that moved with them from Saskatchewan. “We felt there was a bit of a void in these services and wanted to fill it,” Dron, a parttime paramedic with B.C. Ambulance, continued. “Most of what we do has a really fast turnover — sometimes done that same day or

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train station would be great, it is near where you picked me up,” he said. We got in the car and while driving, I asked, “How long have you been living on the streets?” “About twenty years,” he answered. “I had been working for my dad doing roofing and he died suddenly of a heart attack and within three months my mother died. I worked for the man who took over the business for a few years but the business closed and I was never able to find another regular job.” He continued. As we arrived at his drop off point he turned to me and said,“God bless you, there are not many people who treat us nice.” Then as he was getting out of the car, maybe sensing that I was a Christian, he turned back and said, “I am a believer you know. I would never survive on the street without God taking care of me.” “May God continue to bless you,” I said and he was gone out of my life but not out of my thoughts and prayers. I have thought a lot about that experience. It was a clear reminder that we are all God’s children and many of His children do not look, smell or live as nice as we might expect. Jesus said, “when you do it to one of the least of these, you are doing it to me!” I know Jesus enjoyed the burrito that day and I was blessed.

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ans who are in care for physical and mental disabilities for an opportunity to enjoy fly fishing from Sept. 18 to 21 in our region. It will be the first event of its kind to take place in Canada. Bikers Against Child Abuse Central Cariboo Bikers Against Child Abuse temporary chapter members introduced themselves to city council Tuesday. The recently-formed group presently has five members and is encouraging more people to join. “We are aiming to

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Corn roast on the barbecue This is one of my favourite times of the year for the wide variety of fresh fruits and vegetables that are produced locally or in B.C. Corn is always high on my late summer foods that are now in season. It is such a versatile food that can be cooked in so many ways and it always tastes great. I especially like fresh corn on the cob done on the barbecue.   Soak the corn for a while with the husks still on, a half hour works well, then put them directly onto a 400 degree barbecue and rotate the cob throughout cooking. You can also peel the corn, rub on butter and some salt then cook directly on the

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Cariboo Bethel Church celebrates 50 years in lakecity

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The Lake City Secondary band was among Cariboo Festival entrants performing at the honours concert held at Cariboo Bethel Church this spring. The venue is used for various community functions. For the past 50 years we have been committed to the goal of shining this light and love through our  day-today lives. As the church has attempted to do this faithfully through the decades, many individuals and families have been drawn into relationship with Jesus. This is what church is ultimately about, and this is what Cariboo Bethel will pursue for the next 50 years — life-transforming relationship with Jesus

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The Cariboo Bethel Church family is celebrating 50 years as a part of the Williams Lake community. Jubilee celebrations will be happening throughout the weekend of Sept. 25-27. More information about these events is available at the end of this article. In 1963 a group of Christians in Williams Lake began to spend time together praying and studying the Bible together. They began to believe that God was inviting them to start a new faith community in Williams Lake. The Mennonite Brethren family of churches had no presence in this part of British Columbia, and this group of men and women believed it was time to change that.  By 1965 Cariboo Bethel Church was a fully functioning, contributing part of the Williams Lake community.  Fifty years later we are still seeking to faithfully serve and contribute to this city. How does a local church contribute to the community? What difference does a lively, Jesus-centered church make? For starters, local churches enjoy serving our local community by hosting music and choir festivals, concerts, weddings, celebration of life services, conferences, educational events, unity events and more. However, a church is not a building — it is a movement of people finding new life with Jesus together.  A local church community  provides a place for friendship, grace, healing and transformation as  we  encounter the love and kindness of God together. A local church welcomes and serves people from every walk of life with solid teaching from the Bible. Churches offer relevant programs and group encounters designed to help people live in healthy relation-

ship with God and with one another. When people find healing and new life, every part of the local community benefits. Healthy churches and Christians are called to be lighthouses of God’s love and the good news about Jesus. This is the kind of church Cariboo Bethel has strived to become these past 50 years. Cariboo Bethel Church is filled with ordinary individuals and families who are encountering the extraordinary love of God and the truth about Jesus. We are learning to be positively engaged in every aspect of life here in the Cariboo through our daily lives as: carpenters, plumbers, doctors, teachers, millworkers, school district administrators, local and provincial government service providers, painters, dentists, small business owners, contractors, counselors, coffee baristas, librarians, electricians, millwrights, lawyers, nurses, and more. Cariboo Bethel people have truly enjoyed working, serving and volunteering in many community endeavors, because we believe the light and love of Jesus shines through us as we do so.

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Christ. Everyone is warmly invited to come and share in our Jubilee celebrations.   We are anticipating a really fun and meaningful time together. We  are asking folks to register by Sept. 1 for the events on Saturday, Sept. 26th so that we can prepare enough food for everyone.

You may register or ask for more information by sending an e-mail to cbc50th@ gmail.com. Please visit www. cariboobethel.com  for more information. Or, please call the Cariboo Bethel Church office TuesdayFriday  during normal business hours  (250398-6731).

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Williams Lake Film Club organizers Krista Liebe and her husband, Tihol Tiholov, will be at the Farmers’ Market in Boitanio Park today selling memberships. films not often found in mainstream theatres. The club’s fall season begins Tuesday, Sept. 15, with the Quebec film Maina, an adventure/romance in Inuktitut and English that stars Roseanne Supernault, Graham Greene and Tantoo Cardinal. Following a bloody

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Riske Creek Gymkhana crowns champions Linda-Lou Howarth Special to The Tribune Younger and older riders and spectators joined the fun at the annual Riske Creek Gymkhana Aug. 3. About 25 very young competitors joined older competitors in cheering each other on. There is nothing like a good gymkhana to teach sportsmanship and many volunteers were there to lead the tiny little ones around the barrels as they bounced along yelling “go faster.” The Riske Creek arena grounds added a new bleacher this year with the generous help of Tolko donating all the materials to make this happen. The community gathered together to build the new stands which came in quite handy for the gymkhana. As per usual events like this could not happen without the help of our many sponsors and volunteers. High point winners were as follows: Tanner Loring: ages six and under. Kagen Russell: ages seven to 10. Kagen also won the special George Palmantier Memorial Award trophy donated by Clay Palmantier for the overall high point winner of all the younger age groups. This was a very special award as George had recently passed away. Anna Best: ages 11 to 15. Terris Billyboy: ages 16 and over. Sheila Butler: ages 40 and over and high point overall.

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Shelly Loring presents the George Palmantier Memorial Award to her nephew, Kagen Russell of Riske Creek, winner of the age seven to 10 age group and top high point winner of all the younger age groups. His mother Racquel Russell is on his right.

Shelly Loring presents the high point award for the age 11 to 15 grouping to Anna Best during the annual Riske Creek Gymkhana Aug. 3.

The Williams Lake SloPitch League rounds the horn for the last time this season with its Year End Tournament. Seeding games ran throughout the week, wrapping up tonight, Friday, with Sticks and Stones taking on the Ballbreakers and the Vigilantes and Falcone Awesome. Those games start at 6:30 p.m. at the Esler Sports Complex. On Saturday, based on seeding games, teams will play throughout the day with finals concluding the tournament on Sunday afternoon with the final at 3 p.m.

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Tanner Loring is presented with the high point award for ages six and under award by his mother Shelly Loring during the Riske Creek Gymkhana Aug. 3. Tanner was a hit with the crowd riding his little pony Snickers.

Locals take top rodeo results It was a busy weekend in the region with two B.C. Rodeo Association events taking place. The Redstone Rodeo and the Prince George Rodeo ran Aug. 15-16. Several Williams Lake and area athletes were dominant at Redstone, including Chris Meshue, who hung on for a 69-point ride on Animal Eyes to finish second in bull riding. In tie-down roping, Williams Lake cowboys took two of the top three spots, with Williams Lake’s Brad Thomas finishing in 11.3 seconds to take second place, and Alkali Lake’s Willee Twan claiming third place in 13.9 seconds.

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Breakaway roper Terris Billyboy of Williams Lake was in fine form, posting a 3.9-second time for second place, while Cliff Schuk of Tatla Lake was third, also in 3.9 seconds. The lakecity dominated the junior barrel racing event with Callie Hume rounding the barrels in 16.749 seconds for first, and Brianna Billy riding in 17.054 seconds for second. In peewee barrel racing it was Kaitlyn Lulua of Williams Lake finishing in 17.706 seconds for second place. 150 Mile House cowboy Blaine Manuel was the

top junior steer rider with a 79-point ride for first. In Prince George Denise Swampy of Williams Lake claimed a second-place result in breakaway roping in 2.6 seconds. Brianna, who attended both rodeos, was first in junior breakaway roping in a speedy 2.9 seconds. Callie, who also traveled to both events, picked up first place in the junior barrel racing in 15.373 seconds. In bull riding Nik Smith of Williams Lake was third with a 72-point ride on Easy Money. Up next is the Smithers Fall Fair and Rodeo Aug. 28-29.

Shelly Loring presents the award for high point winner in the over 40 group to Sheila Butler at the annual Riske Creek gymkhana Aug. 3.

Complex shutdown schedule released The City of Williams Lake has released its annual shutdown schedule for the Cariboo Memorial Recreation Complex. The Sam Ketcham Pool closed Aug. 17 and the shutdown will extend until Sept. 7. The fitness centre, meanwhile, closes Aug. 24 and reopens on Aug. 30. Administration office

hours will be from Aug. 24-28 from 8 a.m. until 5:30 p.m. but will be closed from Aug. 29-30 and on Sept. 7. From Aug. 17 to Aug. 23 and from Aug. 31 to Sept. 6 regular hours administration office hours apply. During the shutdown annual maintenance is conducted on the CMRC facility.

Thunder Mountain Speedway hosts its Memorial Race at the local race track. This will be a regular season points race featuring all classes including bone stock mini, pro mini and street stock. Qualifying starts at 5 p.m. with racing getting underway at 6 p.m.

Monday, Aug. 24 to Friday, Aug. 28 and Monday, Aug. 31 to Friday, Sept. 3 Rookie hockey The city is hosting a rookie hockey camp for children five to nine years old at the Cariboo Memorial Recreation Complex. Learn hockey fundamentals including skating, passing, shooting and maneuvering on the ice. Participants must be able to get up by themselves and on the ice and take a few steps prior to registration. For more or to register call the CMRC at 250-398-7665.


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Hard work pays off for Ritter

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Williams Lake’s Aliesha Ritter during a fitness competition in Richmond wearing a costume she made on her own. Greg Sabatino Staff Writer Three years of training all came together late July for a Williams Lake fitness competitor in Richmond at the River Rock Casino. Aliesha Ritter, 27, competed in the Diva Fitness Bikini class during a World Beauty Fit-

ness and Fashion event, finishing fourth in her division of 10 — a result she said she is very pleased with. “I love all the hard work that you invest and the reveal of all your hard work on stage,” Ritter said. “You get to show the world what you did and how you did it. I love

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“This year I was more confident and it showed,” she said. “You can only improve.” In the Diva Fitness Bikini class competitors are judged on their physique, as well as confidence on stage. “They kind of look at you from head to toe,” Ritter said, adding participants who earn first place honours have a chance of being granted a pro card to attend professional WBFF events in Las Vegas. Earning her pro card, Ritter said, is definitely something she has her sights set on. “If you get first place that doesn’t necessarily mean you get your pro card — if they think there are areas you have to improve they’ll let you know,” she said. “I’m going to do it again next year and give it another shot.” In preparation for the competition Ritter worked out six days a week with one day of rest. “Basically it’s all weights and very minimal cardio,” she said. “You can do that with proper dieting.” Ritter is a licensed

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Part - time Class 2 with air or Class 4 unrestricted public transit driver required to start ASAP. Starting wage $16/ hr. Criminal Check and clean drivers abstract a must. Apply in person with abstract and resume to: Lakers’ Go Bus Society 88 First Ave N. Williams Lake or email: wltransit@telus.net

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Ryler Bulk Ltd. is looking for Class 1 drivers in the Williams Lake, Quesnel, and Prince George areas. Minimum 2 years driving experience required. B-train experience an asset. Fax resume and driver’s abstract to 250-296-3324, email to dispatch.ryler@telus.net or submit in person at Ryler Bulk Ltd., 3082 Cariboo Hwy 97 South in 150 Mile House.

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Under the supervision of the Aboriginal Early Childhood Infant Development Worker the Daycare Worker will be responsible for care of the children aged 30 months to 5 years old. The Daycare Worker will be responsible for the daily care of children from 8:30 to 4:30 Monday to Friday.

Job Skills and Abilities

1. Cares for and supervises the group children. 2. Fills out daily reports. 3. Is responsible for the cleanliness of facilities and that program is meeting the standards as set out in the licensing requirements. 4. Attends staff meeting when available. 5. Ability to multi task and work independently, while also a team player. 6. Must possess strong interpersonal communication skills. 7. Must possess strong organizational skills. 8. Conduct themselves in a professional manner and maintain strict confidentiality. 9. Orientation, training and supervision of any volunteers. 10. Promoting of the program and services within the communities. 11. Plan/participate in special events. 12. Will be responsible for Tsilhqot’in culture and traditions to be practiced and implemented into all aspects of the program.

Qualifications

• Early Childhood Education Certification is necessary. • Early Childhood Education Assistant Certificate is necessary. • Knowledge of First Nation culture and traditions would be an asset. • Fluent speaker of the Tsilhqot’in Language would be an asset. • Education and/or experience working in a First Nation Child and Family service would be an asset. • Experience and or training in planning, development and implementation of an early childhood program. • Class five driver’s license and a reliable transportation are required. • A healthy life style will be required • Current First Aid and Food Safe certificate • Criminal Record check is required.

Resume must be submitted by fax or dropped off at Denisiqi Services Society 240B N Mackenzie Avenue, Williams Lake, BC V2G 1N6 Fax: 250-392-6501

Deadline: September 2, 2015

Employment Opportunities www.nenqayni.com

• WEEKEND COACH: Saturdays and Sundays (8am – 11pm)

• AFTERNOON COACH: Monday to Friday (Qm – 11pm)

• BABY SITTERS: Weekdays on call (6-9pm) Nenqayni is a residential alcohol and drug treatment centre providing holistic healing to First Nations and Inuit youth and families in a safe and secure environment. Please visit our website for further information. Qualified applicants for the coach positions should have experience with adult and youth addictions treatment and the ability to deliver workshops. Weekend coach position is for 30 hours – 8:00am to 11:00pm on Saturdays and Sundays. Afternoon coach is from 3:00pm to 11:00pm Monday through Friday. Previous social services work experience/education required. Wage scale range is $15.12 to $19.00 per hour. Evening Baby Sitters required on call, usually one or two evenings per week. Must be at least 19 years of age and hold a valid baby sitter’s certificate. Baby Sitters are paid a minimum of 4 hours plus $30 travel allowance. Starting wage is $15.12 per hour. Reliable transportation required. Preferably, successful candidates will be of aboriginal descent. Full time employees must obtain a Class 4 driver’s licence within the 3 month probationary period. The Class 4 licence and reliable transportation to and from Nenqayni are required. Deadline for submissions is Friday August 28, 2015 Please send your resume, a covering letter and three references to Nenqayni Wellness Centre Society, PO Box 2529, Williams Lake, BC, V2G 4P2 or by fax: 250-989-0307 or email to jchorney@nenqayni.com


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Help Wanted

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Financial Services

Education/Tutoring

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Caregivers Required. Two positions available Permanent Full Time and Part Time

Seeking full time cleaner/caretaker for various cleaning and maintenance duties. Must be reliable, bondable, detailed orientated. Able to complete tasks quickly and efficiently, can work independently or with others and willing to work in different locations. Must have own transportation. Serious inquiries only. Please submit resume to darcywl@shaw.ca or fax to 250-305-2293

- Some duties include; personal care, housekeeping, cooking. - Must have driver’s license and own vehicle. - Police Criminal Record Check - First Aid with CPR certificate will be required. - Experience is desired but will provide training.

Please send resume to: Box 719 C/O The Tribune 188 North 1st Ave, Williams Lake, BC V2G 1Y8 Fax: 250-392-7253

FULL TIME YARD/SALES personnel needed. Must be physically fit, includes benefits, requires weekend work and a drivers license. Apply with resume in store. 910E S. MacKenzie Ave

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Industrial Red Seal CertiďŹ ed Electrician Individuals must have demonstrated the ability to safely troubleshoot and install equipment in a production atmosphere. Must be self-motivated and willing and able to work all shifts. Experience in lumber / finger joint manufacturing would be an asset but not required. Proven proficiency in Allen Bradley PLC programming a must. Optimization experience also desired as well as the ability to organize small projects. Resumes may be dropped off in person at: Parallel Wood Products Ltd. 250 Hodgson Road Williams Lake, BC, fax: 250-392-7584 or email: pwp@telus.net Resident Manager required for multiple unit apartment complex in downtown Williams Lake. QualiďŹ cations and Requirements Residential property Management experience an asset, above average problem solving negotiation, and conflict resolution skills, familiar with the Residential Tenancy Act, flexible to work days, evenings and weekends. Must possess a valid driver’s license and have a reliable vehicle. Must be bondable. The ideal candidate would possess excellent planning and organization skills, have excellent customer service and relationship building skills, effectively manage your time and resources to ensure deadlines are met and thrive in an ever-changing environment. Please email your resume to darcywl@shaw.ca or fax to 250-305-2293

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Need A Painter? 25 years experience. 1 year guarantee. 20% off. Charles Thompson. 250-989-1363

HOUSEKEEPERS $50.00 Bonus paid after 5 consecutive Sundays worked. Apply in person. No phone calls please. 1712 Broadway Ave S. Williams Lake, BC V2G 2W4

Parallel Wood Products Ltd. is seeking applicants for the finger joint plant in Williams Lake, BC and will be accepting resumes for the position of:

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Hospitality Super 8 Williams Lake is looking for

Work Wanted Doing small construction jobs, decks, siding, trim, etc. Leave msg. Randy. 1(250)819-3022

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Recycling RECYCLING

Depot for batteries, rads, copper, aluminum, catalytic converters, alts. and starts. Will p/u, will pay cash! Phone 250-398-0672 Please donate your bottles to Amanda Enterprises Bottle Depot and simply say ‘these bottles are for the Williams Lake Hospice Society’. The great folks at Amanda Enterprises will put the proceeds on the Hospice account and you will be supporting a vital community organization! Thank you for your support from the bottom of our hearts!! Board, Staff & Volunteers of WLHS

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EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY

Logging Truck Class 1 Driver Williams Lake Area

Ryler Bulk Ltd. is looking for a Class 1 driver in the Williams Lake area. Minimum 2 years driving experience and previous experience hauling logs. Fax resume and driver’s abstract to 250-296-3324, email to dispatch.ryler@telus.net or submit in person at Ryler Bulk Ltd., 3082 Cariboo Hwy 97 South in 150 Mile House.

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Janitorial Services Gustafson’s Dodge is seeking applications to perform the janitorial work in our showrooms in Williams Lake. This is an after hour position that can be done in the evening or early morning. Compensation can be either by contract or hourly. Hours of work vary depending on the season but you can count on between 5 and 6 hours per day 6 days per week. If you have related experience and can work unsupervised please email your resume to gusltd@shawcable.com Att Kerry Gustafson.

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Automotive Technician Downtown Service Williams Lake

We are a very busy Auto repair shop in Williams Lake looking for the right person to join our team. Our clean organized shop has 6 bays, 5 hoists, up to date equipment. We will supply a great working environment with more work than you can do each day. You supply a good days work that justifies a great pay package. $35 per hour if you are licensed, plus benefits. Flat rate will be considered to the right applicant as quality is first. A signing bonus will be provided depending on qualifications. Please ask for details. To apply, call Rick at 250-855-8423 or email goodwr3@gmail.com 1115 N Mackenzie Ave, Williams Lake B.C. V2G 4P3 P 250-392-7515 F 250-392-2805

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TĹœILHQOT’IN NATIONAL GOVERNMENT 253- 4th Avenue North, Williams Lake, BC V2G 4T4 Phone 250 392-3918 • Fa[ 250 398-598

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Serving the Cariboo since 1981

Government Inspections Shuttle Service

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Licensed Technician

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

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

Phone 250-392-3522 • Fax 250-392-3548

Full Time Position, Williams Lake BC

Brad Huston

The Tsilhqot’in National Government (TNG) is seeking to fill the position of Stewardship Senior Administrative Assistant. The Stewardship Senior Administrative Assistant will be responsible for a wide variety of administrative duties in support of the Stewardship Department Manager.

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Main Responsibilities: tDuties include but are not limited to arranging travel plans, minute-taking and distribution, drafting both internal and external correspondence and organizing events and functions tRequired to maintain confidentiality and to professionally interact with employees, management, and the public tPrepare and edit correspondence, communications, presentations and other documents tManage and maintain schedules, appointments and travel arrangements tOther duties shall be assigned as necessary Qualifications: tPost-Secondary Diploma in Office or Business Administration or at least three (3) years’ experience providing support at a senior level in an Administrative role preferred tStrong knowledge of office procedures and practices tExcellent written and oral skills tAdvanced MS Office Skills (Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint) tStrong interpersonal skills and demonstrated ability to work independently and as part of a team Have a valid BC Driver’s License, reliable transportation

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C & Ski Small Engines Sales and Service of All Small Engine and Marine Equipment

• 2 and 4 stroke engine rebuilding • Buy and sell used equipment • Many parts - new and used available in stock • Dealer for Motovan, Kimpex, Trans Can Imports, Western Marine and many more • Warranty Contractor for Sears • Specials on in-stock ATV tires & helmets Colin Stevens Over 26 years experience

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Please submit your cover letter, resume, and 3 references to: Luke Doxtator, Stewardship Department/Operations Manager Tsilhqot’in National Government 253 – 4th Avenue North Williams Lake BC V2G 4T4 Phone: (250) 392-3918 luke@tsilhqotin.ca

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Real Estate

Rentals

Rentals

Feed & Hay

$200 & Under

Mobile Homes & Parks

Apt/Condo for Rent

Apt/Condo for Rent

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

Pets CKC registered 4 month female English Setter. Had all shots. Ideal family dog. $900. 250-371-1218. Gorgeous Shih-Tzu X puppy, 8 wks, vet checked, 1st shots. Absolutely adorable! $350. Will fill your home with joy. (250)398-7801

Merchandise for Sale

Antiques / Vintage ANTIQUE TREADLE sewing machine. (250)296-3225

Singer $100.

Appliances RECONDITIONED Washer/dryers, electric stoves, etc. 6 Month Guarantee Will deliver in town 250-305-6344 days 250-392-7064 evenings

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Saturday, Aug 29 10:00 am Vehicles, Tools & General Merchandise Dodge Power Ram c/w Arctic Plow, Cars, Trucks, Vans, Boat, Trailer & 120hp Motor, Hyd Log Splitter, Water Pumps, Hoses, 4 Studded 215/55 R16” Tires, Chainsaws, 5500W Generator, Table Saws, Power Tools, Air Compressors, ATV Lift, Appliances, Audio Equipment, Ladders, Furnishings, Exercise Equipment and Much More.

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$100 & Under 18 speed Nishiki Expedition. Good shape. $75.00 (250)9894498 2 bar fridges. $25 each. 250392-4347. Antique 1980 RCA video camera w/batteries and charger in a carrying case. $50. 250-392-4347 ANTIQUE TREADLE Singer sewing machine. $100. (250)296-3225 Canadian Tire lawnmower. 16 yd works. Like new. $35. 250392-6801 Four boxes of cultured stone, $25 per box. Phone (250)3927235 Kids red mountain bike, excellent condition. Hardly used. $100. (778)412-2239 Microwave $10. 250-3924347. NoNo hair remover, hardly used. $100. (778)412-2239 Poulan 33cc powersaw, 14” bar, like new. $60. (250)3926801 Two 4x8 sheets of metal screening. $75.00 obo (250)989-4498 Water cooler in a wood finish cabinet. $25. 250-392-4347

$200 & Under 5 drawer lateral filing cabinets, like new. Ideal for an office. $200. (250)296-3225 Seventeen bundles of black asphalt roofing shingles. $10 per bundle. Phone: (250)3927235

Single wooden bed frame with headboard with built in book shelf. Excellent condition. $200. (778)412-2239

$500 & Under 1991 GMC 3/4 ton 4WD. New muffler, great wood truck. $500. obo 250-398-9018. Adjusta Magic signature series single electric adjustable bed. $450. (250)392-7026

Farm Equipment 4cyl Ford tractor 5600, 8 gears, new tires, new chains. $6500. (250)296-3225

Free Items FREE 19”X15” Rug & a RCA cabinet TV in working condition. (250)392-7910 Free small non-working chest freezer. Good for storage, not for freezing. 250-398-5363.

Misc. for Sale Bowflex Xtreme 2SE home gym. Almost new. $1600 value. $800 obo. 250-855-8089

Real Estate Apt/Condos for Sale Two bdrm condo. Numerous renos. Highwood Park. $92,000 obo. 250-305-1096

For Sale By Owner Large home, fixer upper on double lot, 3bdrm up, 2bdrm suite down, large fenced yard, dog kennel. You can have rental income while renovating. $195,000. (250)296-3467 or (250)398-8268

REDUCED TO SELL. Well kept 3bdrm 14x70 mobile home, Fran Lee Park, 770-11th Ave N, large finished addition, covered private balcony, garden area, 2 small sheds, partly furnished. (250)267-6351 Property guys #69351

Houses For Sale Secluded private hideaway hermitage haunt. 200 acres. Less rules, pollution, regulations, taxes, restrictions, bans, by-laws, peddlers, thieving, charges, fees, claws, trapping, creature comforts of civilization. Old fence, old large cook stove, old airstrip 2 miles. New log cabin, 12” diameter logs, not 6” timbers. New ATV, creek well road. $74,000 terms. Box 18, Redstone, BC V0L 1S0.

Lakeshore

Big Lake Cabin 4258 Likely Road Beautiful .45 acre waterfront property with cabin & 5th wheel. 40 minutes to town. $135,000. 250-392-0658 or 250-392-1960

Mobile Homes & Parks

1988 - 14x70 mobile in Mountview Trailer Park. 2 bdrm, 2 full bathrooms. Master bdrm, walk-in closet, garden tub, f/s, front load w/d. Wood stove 2009. New hot water tank, 2 skylights in kitchen. Metal roof, newly drywalled addition w/10x16 deck. 10x12 shed wired, w/vinyl siding. $65,500. Call 250-302-9349 after 4:30.

Rentals Apt/Condo for Rent

BOITANIO PLACE APARTMENTS 1 & 2 bedroom suites. Most desirable apartments for seniors. Clean and quiet. Next to Boitanio Park behind Boitanio Mall. Suite comes with heat, hot water, elevator, patio or balcony, fridge, stove and dishwasher. Laundry facility on site, no pets.

250-392-6450 1bdrm suite $600/mo in clean, quiet secure, adult oriented building, no pets, ref. req. (250)392-2602 or (250)305-5366 2 bdrm in small apt. Recently renovated and completely painted. Clean, quiet and secure. Coin laundry, some storage. Avail. Sept. 1. 250-2679465. 3 bdrm apartment, South Lakeside area, $650/mo n/p 250-392-5074.

Cottages / Cabins Small 1 bedroom cottage on bus route to Gibralter. Suitable for single person. Fridge, stove, washer & dryer included. Utilities not included. May consider SMALL well trained pet. Available immediately. $700/mth 778-464-4633 or ebarker@insight-group.ca

Duplex / 4 Plex 2&3 bdrm suite in 4-plex, w/d hook-up. $825 & $975 utilities included. (250)398-7552 2 bdrm. duplex. F/S natural gas heat. Please call (250)392-7617. 2bdrm in 4-plex, avail immed. n/g heat/hotwater $800/mo + utilities. (250)305-4946 or (250)296-3377. 2bdrm in 4-Plex, like new! Details, Pictures and map at: www.LivingSpace4Rent.com Call Roy at 604-767-1600 3bdrm duplex, utilities included, shared washer & dryer. Pets negotiable. $900. Phone (250)305-8358 New renovation, Ground floor, 2bdrm close to TRU & all schools. N/S N/P R/R $825 Util incl. Avail. immed. Phone (250)392-5352

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Box 67, 100 Mile House B.C. V0K 2E0

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14’ x 70’ 3 bdrm mobile home. Decks - front and back. Skylights, walk-in tub, a/c. Nice landscaping and perfect view of the lake. #56 Northside Village. $67,000 obo. 250-392-5095

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INCOME TAX RETURNS Monday to Friday 8 am to 6 pm Saturday 9 am to 4 pm

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Phone 250-392-6502 • Email qtaxwl@shaw.ca 118E N. 1st Avenue, Williams Lake

• Complete auto servicing • FULL POINT INSPECTIONS • OIL CHANGES • TIRE CHANGES and more!

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ELECTRONICS (DIV. OF THOMAS COMMUNICATIONS LTD.)

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Mobile Radios • Satellite Telephones • Optik TV SPOT • Cell Phones Mon - Sat 9:00am - 5:30pm (closed Saturdays of long weekends) 298 N. 2nd Ave • www.cpelectronics.ca • 250-392-5583 • 1-800-734-7373

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1 & 2 BEDROOM SUITES Great downtown location! Walking distance for work or shopping, on site laundry, references required, immediate availability.

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Misc. Wanted

SOFAS, CHAIRS, OTTOMANS, SNOWMOBILES SEATS, TRACTORS

Lakeshore setting, fully equipped kitchen, reasonable rates Weddings, Private Parties, etc.

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Misc for Rent

Suites, Upper

Recreational/Sale

Sport Utility Vehicle

Trucks - Logging

1&2 BEDROOM SUITES FOR RENT

1994 Winnebago Adventure Motorhome

2-85 S 3rd Ave

FOR RENT

References Required

2 bdrm top floor in house $1000 includes utilities, TV & internet. Single or working couple preferred. Full house, Chilanko Forks $1000 + utilities 1 bdrm fully furnished suite with TV and internet, Golf Course area $1000 includes utilities. No pets, adults only. Suitable for single working person. 2 bdrm basement suite $1500 includes utilities + satellite. 2 bdrm basement suite $950 includes utilities, W/D and dishwasher.

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Your Property Management Specialist

250-392-2253 • 250-855-7127 (Cell)

Mobile Homes & Pads 3bdrm mobile at 150 Mile. Close to shopping center and school. n/p (250)392-7617 3 bdrm mobile homes fridge, stove, close to casino. no pets. (250)392-7617

Homes for Rent 3 bdrm house. f/s, natural gas heat. 250-392-7617. 3bdrm house in town, avail. immed., n/g heat/hot water. $975/mo. plus utilities. (250) 305-4946 or (250) 2963377. 3bdrm top floor. Quiet area, S.Lakeside, F/S, Nat gas. No dogs. (250)392-3037 Call after 5pm. 4bdrm house in WL. Walk to school/university/parks. Avail. immed. $1250 + Util. Nonsmokers, No Pets. Good references only. Call or txt (250)208-3005 Bsmt floor of house for rent, 2bdrm, 5 appl, separate heat, hydro & garbage. Children & well behaved pets welcome. Close to Gibraltar bus route & schools. Recently totally renovated. 1189 N 2nd Ave. $700/mo Avail. Sept. 1st (250)989-5188

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Impressive 3bdrm upper suite with private deck. In desirable area, close to downtown. Including f/s, w/d, d/w. Pets neg, n/s. $1,200/month. Available Sept. 1st 250-267-9686

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250-392-4777 or 250-305-5251

Pioneer Complex, 351 Hodgson Rd

1 and 2 bedrooms suites, close to schools, on bus route, pet friendly, includes storage, assigned parking, clean, secure building, rent negotiable for long term tenancies, suit working professionals, references required, available to view anytime including evenings and weekends, immediate availability. Please call 250-305-4598 or 250-302-9108 CHECK OUT OUR WEBSITE www.williamslakeliving.com

3bdrm top floor $1100. & 2bdrm ground level bsmt suite $800. Utilities included. Close to schools & bus stop, N/P Avail. immed. Working people preferred. (250)305-1213

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69,900 miles. 454 auto. Onan generator, twin roof air. New floor/upholstery. $18,500 obo. REDUCED $16,000 250-392-4366

2010 Suzuki SX4 Manual 4x4. With winter tires and roof rack. 81,000 kms. Asking $8,500 obo. 250-305-4368

CLEARVIEW APPARTMENTS

Please call 250-392-2997 or 250-302-9108 CHECK OUT OUR WEBSITE www.williamslakeliving.com

Want to Rent Retired couple looking for a nice 3-4 bdrm house to rent in or close to town with garage or good parking. Excellent references, non smokers, non drinkers and no pets. If you own a nice place and want to keep it that way we are interested in working out a lease/agreement. Cell 250305-4628 Home 250-392-7340

Transportation

Cars - Domestic

2001 Chevy Malibu 4 door, automatic P/S, P/B, All power options, Leather upholstery, 4 new tires. Economy V6 engine One owner, nice car. Needs nothing. $2450.00 (250)303-09411

2005 Westwind 26.5’ Travel Trailer Sleeps 7-8, rear bunks, master bedroom at front, Bathtub/shower w/skylight over tub, A/C, built in microwave & coffee maker, large awning, lots of storage. $14,000. Call 250-267-2211

2012 Dodge Journey. V6 engine, alloy wheels, all season tires, auto, cruise control, pwr brakes, pwr windows, mirrors, locks etc. Keyless entry, am/fm & Sirius radio, cd player, etc. 110,000 kms. $16,000 obo. 250-982-2925

Trucks & Vans

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Reconditioned & Ready To Go New batteries, transmission, rad, fridge, all fluids. Very Clean In And Out. $7900. Phone (250)392-9610

1996 Dodge 1500 4x4 Heavy Half Crew Cab. Excellent condition, hard top tonneau cover. Rebuilt transmission & transfer case. $237,122kms $4,500 obo. 250-303-1672

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19’ Skipper Tri Hull Bowrider Volvo engine & leg, gas. $1500 Firm 250-303-1672

KRYSYS OXYGENATED WATER WORKS Sales of hydrogen peroxide for drinking water treatment and installation of hydrogen peroxide injection pumps Hydrogen peroxide (H2O2) consists of a water molecule and a single atom of oxygen. When H2O2 is introduced into water, these single atoms of oxygen break down and neutralize toxins and pathogens in a process called oxidation. The natural way of treating water. For more info contact Krzysztof Guberski 250-742-3309 lone-wolf@live.ca

m p y ’s u t S Stump Grinding Colin Nivison ~ Phone: 250-791-6497

Legal Notices BY VIRTUE OF THE WAREHOUSE LIEN ACT For notification purposes the 2007 Chev Aveo VIN #KL1TD65687B698137 registered to Nina Sill of Anahim Lake will be sold to cover expenses of $3597.50 owing to Nimpo Lake Towing unless paid by September 4, 2015.

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1999 Dodge Dakota, 213,000 kms, 4 WD, 5L engine, tow wired, extended cab, canopy. $5000. (250)296-3225

4598 N. HWY. 97 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

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JDM SITE SERVICES Residential Painting and Cleaning

250-267-7616 Williams Lake

Jyssica Miller jdmsiteservices@gmail.com

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2005 Sunfire 2 door coupe. Red in colour, standard trans. Includes a set of studded winter tires. 235,000 kms. $2,800 obo. Please call 250-398-7691

Motorcycles

1997 Freightliner FL 170 with sleeper-cab, aluminum flat deck with tool boxes and sides and 5th wheel hitch, air brakes, exhaust brake, 8.5 L Cummins diesel, good rubber. $28,900 OBO 250-296-3318

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1 and 2 bedroom suites, very clean, quiet, secure building, has in suite storage, onsite laundry on each floor, close to schools and bus route, immediate availability.

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Marilyn Martin Property Management Specialist

Williams Lake Realty Independently owned & operated

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Suites, Lower 1 bdrm basement suite. 1300 sq.ft at the golf course. Avail. immed. Prefer prof. person. N/S, N/P. 250-398-9564 1bdrm bsmt suite & 3bdrm house. Avail immed n/s n/p Close to schools & TRU (250)398-8111 (250)303-1546 1bdrm bsmt. suite on North Lakeside Dr., view of lake, f/s, n/p, n/s. $600/mo. Avail. Oct. 1st. (250)303-0631 2bdrm ground level suite, refurbished, quiet, utilities, school & city bus. (250)3987943 Ground Level 2bdrm bsmt available. Close to schools & bus stop. $750 incl utilities. N/P N/S Call between 2pm8pm (250)303-4355 RENTED: 1 bdrm. daylight bsmt suite, n/s n/p r/r (250)392-2081

2003 Yamaha 650 V Star Classic 4700 kms. $3500.00 obo (250)989-1276 2010 SUZUKI 650 V-Strom $6700. Great bike. Approx. 18,000 km. Top & side cases, skid plate, engine guard, centre stand, hand guards, plug in for heated vest, new battery & tires. Properly maintained and garage parked. 250-392-2769 or 250-303-0314

Off Road Vehicles 2000 Honda 450 Forman with snow plow. $750.00 Phone: (250)989-1158

Cathy Hoy-Poole

Business Elite Commercial & Fleet Sales & Leasing 370 S. Mackenzie Avenue Williams Lake, B.C. V2G 1C7

Leftovers from your Garage Sale? Please consider donating your soft goods to Big Brothers & Big Sisters Recycling Program Purple bins are located at:

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Recreational/Sale 1984 Chev Motor Home. Good running condition. $3000. obo (250)392-6431 26’ 1994 Citation Supreme 5th Wheel. New Brakes, Hubs, Tires. Electric Boat Loader. Immaculate, stored in shop. $8,500 OBO. Phone 250-3985955

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Downsizing Yard Sale Saturday, August 22nd 8:30am - 3:00pm 225 West ridge Drive Furniture, vases, pictures, picture frames, household items & more!

GARAGE SALE - 3244 Davison

Rd. 150 Mile House. Sat. Aug 22 from 8:30 am to 12:30 pm. Furniture, computers, MC helmets, generator & much more. Cleaning out sale Garage Sale Sat, Aug. 22nd 9am- 2pm 1480 - 12th Avenue A LARGE variety of items...the start of downsizing. Come check it out...you’re sure to find something you’ve been looking for.

Multi Family Garage Sale Saturday, August 22 10am - 3pm 699 Johnston St. Household items, kids toys, clothing & lots more!

250-392-7185

Multi Family Yard Sale Saturday, August 22 8:30am - Noon 134 Foster Way Kids stuff, clothing, home decor, tools & lots more! No Early Birds!!!

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Discounts vary by model and cash credit excludes Cruze LS-1SA and Diesel. ¥ $4,950 is a combined total credit consisting of $750 Owner Cash (tax inclusive) and a $4,200 manufacturer to dealer cash credit (tax exclusive) for a 2015 Equinox LS FWD which is available for cash purchases only and cannot be combined with special lease and finance rates. By selecting lease or finance offers, consumers are foregoing this $4,200 credit which will result in higher effective interest rates. 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OnStar with 4G LTE connectivity is available on select vehicle models and in select markets. Customers will be able to access OnStar services only if they accept the OnStar User Terms and Privacy Statement (including software terms). OnStar acts as a link to existing emergency service providers. After the trial period (if applicable), an active OnStar service plan is required. > Based on WardsAuto.com 2012 Upper Small segment, excluding Hybrid and Diesel powertrains. Standard 10 airbags, ABS, traction control and StabiliTrak. ‡‡ Government 5-Star Safety Ratings are part of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration’s (NHTSA’s) New Car Assessment Program (www.SaferCar.gov). ¥¥ Based on GM Testing in accordance with approved Transport Canada test methods. Your actual fuel consumption may vary. <> The Chevrolet Equinox received the lowest number of problems per 100 vehicles among compact SUVs in a tie in the proprietary J.D. Power 2015 U.S. Initial Quality StudySM. Study based on responses from 84,367 U.S. new-vehicle owners, measuring 244 models and measures opinions after 90 days of ownership. Proprietary study results are based on experiences and perceptions of U.S. owners surveyed in February-May 2015. Your experiences may vary. Visit jdpower.com. + Insurance Institute for Highway Safety awarded 2015 Trax and Equinox the 2015 Top Safety Pick Plus Award when equipped with available forward collision alert. *** The Chevrolet Silverado LD received the lowest number of problems per 100 vehicles among large light duty pickups in the proprietary J.D. Power 2015 U.S. Initial Quality StudySM. Study based on responses from 84,367 U.S. new-vehicle owners, measuring 244 models and measures opinions after 90 days of ownership. Proprietary study results are based on experiences and perceptions of U.S. owners surveyed in February-May 2015. Your experiences may vary. Visit jdpower.com. >> 2015 Silverado 1500 with available 5.3L EcoTec3 V8 engine equipped with a 6-speed automatic transmission has a fuel-consumption rating of 12.7 L/100 km combined (4x2) and 13.0 L/100 km combined (4x4). Fuel-consumption ratings based on GM testing in accordance with the new 2015 model-year Government of Canada approved test methods. Refer to vehicles.nrcan.gc.ca for details. Your actual fuel consumption may vary. Comparison based on wardsauto.com 2014 Large Pickup segment and latest competitive information available. Competitive fuel-consumption ratings based on 2014 Natural Resources Canada’s Fuel Consumption Guide. Excludes other GM vehicles. ** The 2-Year Scheduled Lube-Oil-Filter Maintenance Program provides eligible customers in Canada, who have purchased or leased a new eligible 2015 MY Chevrolet (excluding Spark EV), with an ACDelco® oil and filter change, in accordance with the oil life monitoring system and the Owner's Manual, for 2 years or 40,000 km, whichever occurs first, with a limit of four (4) Lube-Oil-Filter services in total, performed at participating GM dealers. Fluid top offs, inspections, tire rotations, wheel alignments and balancing, etc. are not covered. This offer may not be redeemed for cash and may not be combined with certain other consumer incentives available on GM vehicles. General Motors of Canada Limited reserves the right to amend or terminate this offer, in whole or in part, at any time without prior notice. Additional conditions and limitations apply. See dealer for details. ^^ Whichever comes first. See dealer for details.

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The Williams Lake Youth Soccer Association is hosting its annual general meeting and election of officers next month. The annual general meeting and election of officers goes Sept. 15 at the Lake City

Call Cariboo Chevrolet Buick GMC at 250-392-7185, or visit us at 370 MacKenzie Avenue South, Williams Lake. [License #5683] Secondary School Williams Lake Campus at 6:30 p.m. All members are welcome to attend. For more information contact the WLYSA office at 250-3921103 or by e-mail at admin@wlysa.com.


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