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Creekside thrived under Jassmann’s touch



Byron Louis says First Nations “are not in a position to be critical of anybody because they have a way of making us pay.” ...............................


James Baker says when the Conservative government scrapped most of the 2015 Kelowna Accord, it was a set-back for relations with First Nations. ...............................


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Horst Jassmann remembers pretty much every show that has come through Lake Country’s Creekside Theatre. When he started managing the theatre 16 years ago—moving to Lake Country from the Lower Mainland—only about 45 people showed up to the first event. That was Canadian singer/songwriter Laurie Thain of Tommy Hunter Show fame. Then Robert Service brought in about 90 folks before noted country singer Gary Fjellgaard packed in 150 people. But that was just a precursor to the next show when Canadian boogie-woogie pianist, vocalist and composer Michael Kaeshammer came to Creekside. The place was sold out. “That was our first sellout and the support has never stopped,” said Jassmann, who’s contract to manage the Creekside Theatre will run out at the end of the year when he retires and is replaced by a cultural development officer, a new position the District of Lake Country has created and is currently taking applications for. “A lot of the shows we got were sold out or close to sold out,” he said. “We were lucky. In the beginning there wasn’t much going on. In Kelowna the Rotary Centre hadn’t been built and the Vernon Performing Arts Centre hadn’t been built. “They came on in 2002 and it kind of knocked the wind out of our sales. But we slowly

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What you have in Lake Country is a lot of people who are involved in the arts and very dedicated to it.” Horst Jassmann


CREEKSIDE THEATRE manager Horst Jassmann is in the final months of running the theatre, the only

manager in Creekside’s eclectic 16 year history. rebounded.” Now 67 and “of a retireable age,” Jassmann says he has come to terms with the fact Creekside Theatre will no longer be the top priority in his working life. Jassmann has been the theatre’s only manager in its lifetime. As he calls it, he has been the “head of a department of one,” logging countless hours at the theatre, booking acts, working the lights, selling tickets, replacing seats. You name it; Jassmann did it. When he was hired, Jassmann had been working in Langley trying to get a theatre built in that community. Then

he heard of the Creekside Theatre, a quaint 258-seat theatre attached to a school in a place called Lake Country. “I was really impressed when I came up here,” he said. “I had worked at Expo 86 and at the PNE and had written three musicals and I was working in Langley trying to get a theatre built for 10 years. When I saw the (Creekside) Theatre they put with the school and found out there was only 12,000 people in the community, I thought, ‘These people have a vision for the future.’ I really thought for the theatre and cultural support, this community was ahead of other com-

munities.” Creekside Theatre was built as an extension on George Elliot Secondary in the late 1990s and opened in November 1999. There is a shared use agreement between Lake Country and the school district to operate the theatre inside the school. Prior to its opening, community members had put on plays at the Winfield Memorial Hall before a movement began to push for a theatre. When it opened Jassmann was hired as its first manager. Lake Country’s recreation and community services supervisor says, while there were some wrinkles over

the years, it’s been a great ride for the theatre under Jassmann. “I would say we’ve been really fortunate to have him and his vision for getting it off the ground,” said Sheila Gunn. “Having someone come in with the knowledge and energy and get it off the ground really made a difference. Was there growing pains? Yes. Having a shared-use facility—everyone has to communicate. But it has worked very well and I think we were fortunate to have Horst doing it for so long.” Lake Country’s new cultural development officer will be in charge of the Creekside Theatre as

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well as the Lake Country Open Air Performance schedule and other culture and heritage community events. It’s a change in the way things have always been done—Jassmann won’t be running his department of one. But the theatre and Lake Country will always be in his heart. “What you have in Lake Country is a lot of people who are involved in the arts and very dedicated to it,” he said. “You think of ArtWalk and the people running the art gallery. These things came out of nothing. “It takes determination and dedication. Lake Country has a tight and well organized group of theatre attendees. I always said, if you can give a person a positive experience in the theatre you will get them back.” So, as the schedule of events at Creekside runs its course over the rest of 2015, it would be worth your while to take in one of the last shows under Jassmann. He will likely go quietly and may not get a curtain call, but he deserves it. And when he does exit stage left, it will be with pride in building a community theatre from the ground up. Take a bow sir. Well done.

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Candidates trumpet party promises in run-up to federal election ALISTAIR WATERS In a recent interview with the Toronto Star, Assembly of

First Nations National Chief Perry Bellegarde was asked to rate the relationship between the current Conservative

government and Canada’s aboriginal people on a scale of one to 10. While Bellegarde said it would not be a 10 or a

one, he figured the score would be pretty low. The main parties running in this federal election are al l looking to

raise that number should they form the next government. As a result, while aboriginal policies have not

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The Conservatives, in the most recent federal budget, included $200 million over five years to help First Nations, $215 million over five years to provide skills and development training for aboriginal people, and $34 million over five years to help the Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency support consultations with indigenous peoples over resource management issues. An earlier commitment by the current federal government pledged $500 million over seven years to improve on-reserve school infrastructure. NDP leader Thomas Mulcair, prior to releasing his party’s aboriginal platform, has vowed to set up a national inquiry into the issue of missing and murdered aboriginal women within the first 100 days of an NDP government taking power and creation of a cabinet-level committee to make sure treaty rights, inherent rights and Canada’s international obligations to its First Nations are met when government decisions are made. The NDP’s aboriginal platform is expected to include promises of more money for First Nations’ education and infra-


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Spiritually uplifting powwows help grow pride, heal old wounds KATHY MICHAELS Richard Jackson knows a lot about reconciliation. He’s reconciled himself with a childhood disrupted by Canada’s residential schools, and with the many ways his community struggled for stability long after the majority of those schools shut down. As the Truth and Reconciliation Commission traveled across Canada examining the legacy of residential schools, he also reconciled himself with taking on the heavy emotional weight that came with revisiting those memories. “It opens up old wounds to talk about it, but the healing I’ve done is something I’m happy to share with people,” said Jackson, who works as a resident elder with the Central Okanagan School District. He is part of the Thompson band, but lives in the Okanagan and is a familiar presence at local powwows for his emceeing. While some may just enjoy the music and the dances involved with powwows as entertainment, Jackson explained there is more to them than meets the eye. As the drum beats, the history of residential schools is oftentimes explored in song, reflecting the significant role they now play in aboriginal history. At its peak there were 80 residential schools across Canada, and over 150,000 children walked

as tense. Grand Chief Stewart Phillip is an Okanagan aboriginal leader who has served as president of the Union of BC Indian Chiefs since 1998. He explained that’s because shortly after Harper was elected, his government rejected Liberal leader Paul Martin’s motion to adopt the Kelowna Accord, which came with a $5.1 billion boost to aboriginal spending over five years. The Conservatives are also the only party that has not committed to launching a full inquiry into missing and murdered aboriginal women.


POWWOWS go a long way to lifting First Nations spirits while they wait for the federal government to fulfill promises. through their doors. Some were given an education and walked away with few scars. But the commission found that for the vast majority, the experiences were of cruel abuse and hardship as the government pursued the goal of “removing the Indian from the child.” In addition to practices that fragmented families and indigenous culture, 4,000 children died during their stays. “I made it. I went through it. I am not

blaming anybody,” said Jackson, pointing out that traditions that settlers tried to snuff out have helped the process. “In our powwows, we experience a very highly-positive spiritual cleansing. We balance and ground ourselves, physically, mentally, spiritually and emotionally.” They have helped him, but overall forgiveness, he explained, is a nuanced concept that will require buy-in from whatever government

Canadians elect. “They’ve started with the apology,” Jackson said. “But they need to have more funding for schools, for housing and for education so we can compete with the jobs that are going on today.” Some funds aimed at addressing aboriginal needs have been spent over the course of the Harper government’s tenure, but the relationship between the current government and Canada’s aboriginals can be most politely described

Voice tied to economic growth The Okanagan Indian Band won’t be endorsing any political party in the Oct. 19 federal election for fear that it could have a negative impact on the

about the best way to achieve reconciliation are being asked. It will be a long process, Jackson said. “Healing is a journey, not a destination,” he said. “It’s a commitment we have to take for the rest of our lives. We need to heal the racism and show kindness to one another.” “Powwows are one good way to do that. They are the heartbeat of our First Nation people, our cultural identity, and our aboriginal right. “They’re also empowering, and that’s what we need to share with non-native people.”

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“The Harper government has pursued a unilateral legislative agenda that has not served the interests of aboriginal people in this country,” said Phillip, who is asking his community to get out and vote for “anybody but Harper.”(See story A29.) It’s a strong political message that some say is resonating among young aboriginal voters, whose political will was galvanized in recent years by things like the Truth and Reconciliation process. Now that the truth part is over, and the Canadian government has apologized, questions

band’s future ability to partner with the federal government. OKIB chief Byron Louis says aboriginal leaders have been stung in the past by publicly supporting one party

over another. Louis said he also has rarely voted in federal elections because he doesn’t want his band to suffer the consequences of supporting the wrong party.

“Asking First Nations at the national level and down to endorse any political party puts us in a very bad position,” said Louis. SEE OKIB A11

structure on reserves. As government, the Greens say they will restore the $5.1 billion commitment and the specifics of the Kelowna Accord, which was reached between federal, provincial, territorial and First Nations governments in November 2005. The Greens propose to increase access for First Nations education by removing the two per cent funding cap and fully funding the program backlog at a cost of $424 million. They’d also ensure that Canada upholds the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous People and launch a full inquiry into missing and murdered aboriginal women. Liberal leader Justin Trudeau has already promised $2.6 billion in spending on First Nations issues, including $515 million per year in core funding for kindergarten to Grade 12 education on reserves. That figure would rise to $750 million per year

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by the end of the Liberals’ first term in office. Another $500 million over three years has been promised for school infrastructure on reserves and $50 million more per year in financial assistance for aboriginal students attending post-secondary education. Trudeau has also pledged to implement all the recommendations made by the Truth and Reconciliation Commission and call a national public inquiry into the murdered and missing aboriginal women. Speaking at an all-candidates forum at UBCO last week, Kelowna-Lake-Country Liberal candidate Stephen Fuhr said for him dealing with aboriginal issues goes beyond simply dollar and cents. It is a moral concern. “(The federal government) made agreements and (it) has to live up to them,” he said. “We have a constitutional responsibility here, but it is also the right thing to do.” Conservative candidate Ron Cannan said in a Black Press inter-

view, as the MP for the last nine years he has developed a good working relationship with leaders of both the Westbank First Nation and the Okanagan Indian Band, which has resulted in more money for skills training for aboriginal students at both Okanagan College and UBCO and on-reserve infrastructure for the Okanagan Indian Band. He said concerns voiced elsewhere about federal changes to voting identification requirements that some feel will adversely affect aboriginal people voting in this election have never been raised with him. However, Cannan expects issues concerning more assistance for Canada’s First Nations will be a focus if the Conservatives are re-elected to government. Norah Bowman, the Kelowna-Lake Country NDP candidate, told the all-candidates gathering she was proud her party would immediately launch a national public inquiry into the murdered and missing aboriginal women.



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Inner children take over city hall W e’re seeing the effects of our post-literate, feelings-based education system and media on the federal election. Candidate bozo eruptions are becoming more frequent. Most recently a Liberal candidate on Vancouver Island admitted she has long believed that hijacked jetliners could not have destroyed the World Trade Centre on 9-11, that it was all “a lie.” That was “my truth,” she said, in the lingo of the feelings-first, inner-child crowd. Now she’s “moved on” to a slightly different fact-free conclusion, that we’ll just never know how those 3,000 people were murdered. And she wants to go to Ottawa and help run this country. Feelings-based beliefs were on display again at last week’s Union of B.C. Municipalities convention in Vancouver, where bozo eruptions by local politicians come in bunches.

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Tom Fletcher This year’s main outbreak was an emotional demand that the B.C. government enact a provincial bill of rights. This magic municipal Magna Carta “recognizes the right of every resident to live in a healthy environment, including the right to clean air, clean water and vibrant ecosystems.” Alert taxpayers may wonder, how many lawyers would it take to define “vibrant”? More on that in a moment. Local councils across B.C. and around the country have been pitched this scheme by

the David Suzuki Foundation, which calls it the Blue Dot campaign. In short, it’s part of the bigger plan to save the planet by crushing capitalism, currently being pushed by the Pope, the UN and others. Victoria Mayor Lisa Helps was one of the most passionate backers. She quoted the plea presented to her council by an 11-year-old recruited by the Blue Dot team. There are many such children, terrified by indoctrination about the imminent destruction of Earth and all its cuddly creatures that has bombarded them since they learned to speak. They are found in the wealthiest countries in human history, those enjoying health, comfort and opportunity not imagined by anyone 100 years ago. In the vast, air-conditioned hall of the Vancouver Convention Centre, there were several attempts at adult supervision.

Coquitlam Coun. Terry O’Neill noted that unlike intrinsic rights articulated in Canada’s charter, freedom of assembly and so forth, this is an attempt to invent new rights that are actually demands for “others to do something for you.” Indeed, if we’re going to have government by 11-year-olds, we might as well throw in a right to free ice cream. Chilliwack Mayor Sharon Gaetz went off on a rant about how this new “vision” would protect us from things like Volkswagen fiddling its diesel fuel emission results. The resolution calls for “access to justice when environmental rights are infringed,” which sounds like code for some sort of costly new legal aid program to pursue every individual grievance. Meanwhile in the real world, class action lawsuits are being prepared to gain compensation for lost resale value

of millions of cars. This is what happens in fortunate places like Canada that already have access to justice. O’Neill read off a long list of existing B.C. legislation that protects water, air, wildlife, food, public health and so on. Helps replied that this bill of rights would “consolidate” all that. One more layer of bureaucracy, that’s the Victoria spirit. Williams Lake Mayor Walt Cobb pleaded with rural delegates to reject this “David Suzuki propaganda” that is designed to put more roadblocks in the way of the very resource industries that provide our modern comforts. Alas, the resolution passed in a show of hands that should have been, but wasn’t, put to a counted vote.

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the human race; or shall mankind renounce war?” One of my friends wonders if we humans are hard-wired for war. Our history—the history we record, at least—lists mainly wars and conquests. Who beat whom. Who seized whose lands, peoples, resources… Noah Yuval Harari, in Sapiens, his sweeping history of human existence, suggests that we have become the world’s dominant species by exterminating our competition. There were once, he argues, seven human species. Homo sapiens killed off the others. Just as we are now wiping out 140,000 non-human species every year. That’s an estimate, of course, because much of it happens to insects, algae, and other life forms that are commonly overlooked. Science journal makes the connection—the SEE TAYLOR A5

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Election 2015: Truth and reconciliation still pending


ur focus in today’s Lake Country Calendar is on aboriginal issues facing our country. Truth and reconciliation is a term used to describe the status of the

relationship between our government and aboriginal people. The truth is about acknowledging our government-instituted sins of the past. Reconciliation is about our aboriginal people mov-

ing forward, economically and culturally. In other words, it’s about respect and it’s about money. Prime Minister Stephen Harper has taken the step, symbolic but

still important, to acknowledge those misdeeds of past generations to attempt to eradicate the aboriginal culture. Those misplaced policies have since been well documented—the abuse

Education is the best tool for change

TAYLOR FROM A4 , number of invertebrates fell by half over the past 35 years, at the same time the human population doubled. Mass extinctions are not new. Dinosaurs, for example, emerged after one of the biggest extinctions, about 250 million years ago. They in turn disappeared some 65 million years ago after an asteroid smashed into what is now Mexico’s Yucatan. The resulting climate change doomed the dinosaurs, but gave small mammals an opportunity to flourish. However, Scientific American claims that the current human-caused extinction rate is the fastest ever, roughly 1,000 times faster than the average pace in Earth’s history. Even as we destroy other life forms on the planet, we wage war against each other. In Syria and Ukraine to-

day, in Kosova and Bosnia a few years ago, in the trenches of Europe a century ago. Are we, as my friend wonders, hardwired for violence? In Afghanistan Hadisa lives in a world that a volunteer doctor calls “riddled with intractable violence.” But every Friday, Hadisa teaches at the Borderfree Afghan Street Kids School. Over 100 ragamuffin street kids, often the breadwinners for their families, attend morning and afternoon classes. “In this school,” Hadisa tells her students, “we wish to build a world without war for you.” Like the more widely known Malala Yousafzai of Pakistan, who won a Nobel Peace Prize for her commitment to women’s education (after being shot in the head by a resentful male), Hadisa puts her life on the line daily for her convictions. Both girls are Muslim—a religion often

portrayed in the west as dedicated to jihad, holy war. Both girls agree that the best tool for change is not weapons but education. Malala wrote, earlier this year, “The shocking truth is that world leaders have the money to fully fund primary AND secondary education around the world—but they choose

to spend it on other things… If the whole world stopped spending money on the military for just eight days, we could have the $39 billion needed to provide 12 years of free, quality education to every child on the planet.” Author Jim Taylor lives in Lake Country.

that children in residential schools suffered, how the physical and mental harm was inflicted on those students, in turn left without the resources or help to end the recycling of the damage as they became adults. The new generations of aboriginals, educated in the post-secondary world, proud of their heritage and determined to correct the ills of the past while moving forward, seriously began in the 1980s as they challenged how government has dealt with them. Land claim legal issues have been on the forefront since then, a long arduous legal battle that rests here in B.C. today with the assertion from our own premier that developing our

Editor’s Note

Barry Gerding natural resources will require addressing aboriginal land rights issues, already clearly evident in the northern B.C. pipeline debate. Here in the Okanagan, we have seen the success of the Westbank First Nation taking on the role of self-governance, the issue of land rights played out during

the negotiations over the Okanagan Rail Trail involving the Okanagan Indian Band, and the environment and other land use support initiatives of the Okanagan Nation Alliance. We are making baby steps, but the elephant in the room remains for us all to achieve that reconciliation. It will likely come with a hefty pricetag, a combination of cash alongside economic development opportunities and infrastructure. Besides land claims, it’s about creating the financial impetus to meet the current and future education, business development, social and health care needs of aboriginal band members. newsroom@

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Conservatives called ‘hostile’ to First Nation rights, interests KATHY MICHAELS “Anybody but Harper.” Grand Chief Phillip Stewart didn’t mince words when it came to the message he has for Okanagan voters. “Clearly, after nine and a half years of fighting, the Harper government has demonstrated that the Conservative Party of government is very hostile and adversarial to First Nation rights and interests,” he said, last week. Phillips has served as president of the Union of BC Indian Chiefs since 1998 and chief of the Penticton Indian Band from 1994 to 2008. “Right from the time [the Conservative Party] took power, they com-

pletely trashed the Kelowna Accord, which represented $5.1 billion in funding for desperately needed new health, education, housing and infrastructure.” The Harper government, Stewart said, has pursued a unilateral legislative agenda that has not served the interest of aboriginal people in this country. “They have been very consistent in their campaign against the interests of aboriginal people,” he said, pointing out the Conservatives are the only party that absolutely refused to consider a federal inquiry into missing and murdered aboriginal women. Stewart also takes issue with the Harper government’s misuse of


GRAND CHIEF Phillip Stewart, president of the Union of B.C. Indian Chiefs since 1988.

the term ‘surplus.’ “This so-called surplus was achieved by defunding and underfunding programs to aborig-

inals and veterans, and the most marginalized groups in Canada,” he said. Phillip’s view on the

government is clear, but while he encourages aboriginal people to vote for anybody other than Harper, he stops short at

offering his personal pick for prime minister. “I guess in many ways, my wife [of 30 years, Joan] and I honour the memories of aboriginal veterans that fought for the democratic rights for our people,” he said, explaining that aboriginal people in B.C. didn’t get the vote until 1949 and in Canada until 1960. “That was a hard struggle, so I vote in every election. I urge all people to go out and express themselves at the ballot box.” A rise in First Nation voter turnout is something that he expects to see happen, given recent grassroots efforts for political change. The momentum from Idle No More, a 2012 grassroots mobiliza-

tion of aboriginal and non-aboriginal Canadians against Harper, is still noticeable, he said. “It was inclusive and it brought Canadians together,” he said, saying he believes that energy will continue in years to come. It’s an exciting time, for the veteran politician, who’s been fighting for aboriginal rights for more than four decades. “It was exciting because it brought so many different diverse groups together, native and non-native alike, for a common purpose— to speak out against the Harper government,” he said.


Incumbent MP keeps locals first priority while maintaining national focus ALISTAIR WATERS After nine years as the MP for Kelowna-Lake Country and nine years before that as a Kelowna city councilor, Conservative candidate Ron Cannan sums up the reason he is seeking re-election in one sentence. “I love the community work, connecting people and helping people,” he said. For Cannan, 54, the constituency work is the most rewarding part of a job that can take a toll if you’re a B.C. MP, as the travel schedule is brutal. It regularly takes the

MP halfway across the country to work, and in Cannan’s case has resulted in him spending about half the year away from home. But while he considers his brand of politics to be local first, he’s also keenly aware of the national focus an MP must also maintain. He is a member of the parliamentary trade committee and has served on several other government committees including the finance committee and the Treasury Board sub-committee on government administration.

Cannan says he recognizes the importance of accountability when it comes to being an elected official, something that was taught to him during his time on Kelowna city council. And he feels he has maintained that local focus during his time as an MP, helped the riding secure federal funding for a long list of projects including infrastructure, health, education, innovation and job creation projects. Cannan describes himself as a “fiscal conservative with a social conscience,” who keeps an eye open to helping projects that create jobs, to build the econ-


AT AN open house for local federal election candidates, Conservative Ron Cannan speaks with UBCO student Dawson Markle. omy and helping meet the needs of the people

he serves. The affable back bencher, who is often lauded for his hard work behind the scenes, said his years on city council also helped prepare him for taking local issues and concerns to Ottawa

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the credit with others, saying an important part of an MP’s job is creating partnerships with other politicians both federal and provincial, the public and private sector and social agencies. Over the years, Cannan has developed close working relationships not only with his Conservative counterpart on the west side of Okanagan Lake, but also with two of the three B.C. Liberal MLAs representing the Central Okanagan. A married father of three adult daughters and a grandfather of three, Cannan says serving as the MP for the last nine years would not have been possible without the support of his family. “This job really does affect the whole family,” he said. “You miss a lot of family events but you try to make up the time.” For Cannan, who has faced his share of family tragedy over the years —both his parents died of AIDS and his brother had a troubled life facing addiction, time in and out of jail and an untimely death in a fire at age 50—re-election will mean more of his local-first focus. As he likes to quip when asked by visiting politicians how can he leave an area as nice as the Okanagan to work in Ottawa: “It’s because I have a return ticket.”

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Welcome Back to a New School Year! On September 24, we had our Annual Terry Fox Run. Primary students ran laps in the back field, with each lap representing a province of Canada (students carried maps of Canada on which each province was checked off as they completed a lap). The Intermediates also participated in a run along a route through the neighbourhood. Along the route students in the grade 6 class held colourful posters representing each province and territory as well and joined in the run once all of the students had passed them.

On September 25, we had our first House Team Colour Spirit Day. All students are assigned House Teams while at OTS and we have four Houses: Bushi (Yellow House), Musha (Green House), Samurai (Red House) and Tsuwamono (Blue House).

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Scrapping of accord set First Nations/federal gov’t relations back KEVIN PARNELL Lake Country Mayor James Baker has a unique perspective on native affairs in this country. As a municipal politician, he knows the intricacies of working with both the federal government and with First Nations groups such as the Okanagan Indian Band, which has reserves in and around Lake Country. As a retired professor, he taught anthropology and archaeology and the study of cultures. Among his students at Okanagan College were the chiefs of the two major Indian bands operating in the Central Okanagan: Byron Louis of the Okanagan Indian Band and Robert Lou-

ie of the Westbank First Nation. Baker says the current state of affairs with First Nations and the relationship between native groups and the government can date back to the ill-fated Kelowna Accord, negotiated right here in 2005. “A lot of bands thought they were further ahead with the Kelowna Accord,” said Baker. “They were pleased with that, but it was scrapped and I think most of the issues First Nations people have with the Conservative government now is because of that. They settled it with a lot less generosity than it should have been and it’s been an ongoing issue ever

since.” In 2005, the leaders of five national aboriginal organizations came together in Kelowna with the federal government as well as provincial and territorial governments to conclude an 18-month-long consultation process on First Nations issues. The resulting Kelowna Accord proposed a number of initiatives on economic development, education, health and housing and included a $5.1 billion investment over five years. The problem was Paul Martin’s Liberal government was defeated shortly after the conference in 2005 and Conservative Stephen Harper took power. The Kelowna Accord



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Jim Byrnes was born in St. Louis, Missouri – that’s blues country. By age thirteen, Jim was singing and playing blues guitar. His first professional gig was in 1964. Over the years, he has had the great fortune to appear with a virtual who’s who of the blues. From Muddy Waters and John Lee Hooker to Taj Mahal and Robert Cray, Jim has been on the blues highway for 45 years. Byrnes moved to Vancouver, BC in the mid-70s after years of drifting, working odd jobs and playing music. In 1981 he put together a band that became a staple of the local music scene. In 1986 the Jim Byrnes Band played 300 nights. Jim Byrnes’ fame as an actor has grown immeasurably from his too-numerousto-mention TV and movie roles, highlights including television’s Wiseguy and Highlander series, and his national variety show The Jim Byrnes Show. Jim has proven that a serious car accident in 1972 has done anything but hinder him. Despite two swipes with death and some pretty hard knocks, Byrnes has still managed to rack up an enviable string of credits, both on and off-screen. Jim’s first love, however, is the blues. His evocative, smoky vocals are found in a truth that doesn’t come overnight. In 1981 he released Burnin’, followed in 1987 with I’ve Turned My Nights into Days and 1995’s Juno-Award winning That River. Jim has produced five outstanding albums in six years since he hooked up with Steve Dawson, one of North America’s most critically acclaimed roots music producers. 2004’s Fresh Horses and 2006’s gospel tinged Juno Award winning House Of Refuge set standards that aren’t often equalled. Jim Byrnes plays With Special Guest Star 150 dates a year in North America and Europe. He will continue to bring his music to stages all over the world. Who could ask for more than that? Kenny "Blues Boss" Wayne

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Solid partnership with party in power most important for all First Nations OKIB FROM A3 “In the past we have suffered greatly for this. We are not in a position to be critical of anybody because they have a way of making us pay. “It’s undeniable and a reality for a lot of First Nations. Why take a chance (by voting) if you are going to be penalized for your vote.” Louis pointed to high profile First Nations leaders such as Ovide Mercredi, the national chief of the Assembly of First Nations from 1994 to ‘97, who had a close relationship to prime minister Brian Mulroney and the Progressive Conservative party. But according to Louis, when the Liberals took power after the PCs, funding to the AFN was slashed. Louis also said it was the same with national chief Matthew Coon Come (2000 to 2003), who spoke out against prime minister Jean Chretien and Canada’s

treatment of aboriginals, only to see funding cut by as much as a third the next year. Louis said while the privacy of individual band member votes would be protected, it wouldn’t be difficult for the governing party to find out who a particular native band was supporting. But he added as First Nations groups continue to evolve and become more self sufficient with development of their reserve lands, the backlash for speaking out may come to an end. “The current process of punishing First Nations for being outspoken is going to be short-lived,” said Louis. “Once First Nations get back on their economic feet they will not have the opportunity to do that. With economic power, you finally get the respect of the powers that be. “Up to this date, we have been low in economic power, but as that

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OKIB Chief Byron Louis: “We are not in a position to be critical of anybody because they have a way of making us pay.”

grows so does the ability to start to win influence.” Louis said the seven different native bands in the Okanagan—OKIB, Westbank First Nation, Penticton, Osoyoos, Upper and Lower Similkameen and Upper Nicola—represent some 5,600 First Nations whose economic power is growing with more and more development on native land. And he said that development also serves to

The public have several opportunities coming up to question and listen to the local federal election candidates. For Kelowna-Lake Country, future all-candidate forums are planned for Lake Country’s Creekside Theatre on Oct. 7, hosted by the Lake Country Chamber of Commerce, 7 to 9 p.m. Ameet and greet with candidates is set for Oct. 14 at the Okanagan College atrium on the Kelowna campus, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Central Okanagan-Similkameen-Nicola candidates are also invited to the Okanagan College event, as well as in West Kelowna at a public forum organized by Const. Neil Bruce Middle School for Oct. 8, 9 to 10 a.m. Also in West Kelowna today, Wednesday, Sept. 30, an all-candidates forum is being put on by the Westside Board of Trade at the Lions Hall in Westbank, 6:30 to 9:30 p.m., for Central Okanagan-Similkameen-Nicola candidates.

stimulate the local and regional economies. So while Louis said this year’s federal election is important, it’s more important that First Nations groups have a solid partnership with whichever party is in power. “For us there is no denying the importance of every federal election for aboriginal people and this one is no different,” he said. “We have to really look at the parties and

who actually has the potential for forming government and what the platform is going to be for the next four years.” In terms of issues, Louis said the environment, and specifically water, is a major issue moving forward, especially for those living within 250 kilometres of the Canada-US border, where the majority of Canada’s population resides, putting the most stress on water systems. “We’re quite concerned with the lifting of the protection of water in some of these omnibus bills,” he said. “To us that’s absurd. To lift restrictions or guidelines to protect water doesn’t make sense. It’s an important issue for everyone. “For First Nations the basis of a lot of our Supreme Court challenges have been fish and aquatic resources. We’re very concerned about it and so should everybody else be.” With respect to the federal election, Louis said he believes OKIB members are paying close attention to the campaign. But with a small band

of about 2,000 members, he says it’s not like they can make a huge difference in the vote. “Without a doubt I really believe that there is a high percentage of our members that are paying attention because whoever is sitting behind the prime minister’s desk has the ability to affect them,” said Louis. “I think our people are watching. But when you take into consider-

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ation our numbers, it’s not really like we could greatly effect any number of elections in the Okanagan Valley. “There are places where First Nations in Canada can make a difference in some northern ridings where First Nations are 40 or 50 per cent of the population. But for a lot of us we are more or less dictated to by demographics.” @KP_media1

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I am about ready to make an appointment to see a dentist. I haven't been lately because I saw this incredible smart-ass hygienist who acted like she had the only 'smart card' in town while she lectured my wife and me about brushing and flossing. Frankly, we just quit going there. When we saw their caller ID on our telephone we just quit speaking to them. Why do they do that?


You're preaching to the choir, so to speak. Adults make choices in life, and once they have done so it is usually a waste of perfectly good oxygen lecturing them on it. In our profession we deal with everyone from the twice per day flossers to the 'never' flossers. We've even had patients from some Middle Eastern countries who have only ever cleaned their teeth with a tree branch! As dental professionals, we have no right to give anyone a hard time. The truth is, we shall see them all eventually – whether or not they heed our advice or otherwise. The only real variable is whether they are being fitted for dentures, or in for more preventative dentistry as part of their own dental choices they have made.

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lot of business here, and often has already toured the home that you are looking for. Another benefit of having a buyer agent is that I often know about homes that are soon to be listed that are not on the MLS system yet. So what that means to you is that you have “insider information” so to speak, of the best opportunities in Lake Country. I follow a professionally developed buyer process that allows me to treat my clients professionally. My service includes confidentiality, instant information, insider advantage, active agent advantage which coordinates the whole entire experience into finding your perfect home. 250-826-5660 • 250-860-1100

Case in point – consider the gruesome photographs that are on cigarette packages, and the plethora of media material that has inundated the public since 1984 when the tobacco sellers had to rotate their 'warning' labels every 3 months out of fear that the public would become 'blind' to the danger. There are still people today claiming that nobody ever told them it was a dangerous habit. We make suggestions, both general and specific around oral health habits. Playing any kind of 'guilt card' just plain irritates all people in general, so I believe it is of no value. Our most constructive role is that of an advisor. Make a choice, and there will consequences – one way or another. Our favourite auto mechanic has a list of preventative maintenance items he rattles off – from changing your oil every 5000 klicks to rotating tires, and he can happily recite off details of his customers who always follow his advice to those who never do. Some drive their cars for 300,000 klicks or more, and others are surprised that they run into catastrophic failure much earlier. According to him it is usually when they ignored all the warning signs and waited for the car to actually quit before they called him. When we need advice on car care, we ask him. Not surprising, he returns every 4 months for his hygiene appointment and calls it his 'tune-up'. Same issue - different details. He gave up on lecturing his 'patients' too!

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Candidates on environment concerns Throughout the election campaign, the Lake Country Calendar and Kelowna Capital News will pose questions to the candidates referred to us by our readers. The question asked was: Do you support the right to a healthy environment being part of the Charter of Rights and Freedoms? Dan Albas (Conservative): “In principle, I believe Canadians would support a healthy environment as part of our charter. The challenge legislators face is creating a definition that clearly outlines what a healthy environment means in a legal context. I certainly support and welcome further discussion on how we can reduce pollution. Norah Bowman (NDP): “As the environment minister of Quebec, NDP leader Tom

Mulcair made the right to a healthy environment the law of the land. As MP, I will work to restore protections to our lakes and waterways, and work with the provinces to enshrine the same right for all Canadians, from coast to coast to coast.” Ron Cannan (Conservative): “The Charter of Rights upholds our freedom and equality. Objectives such as a healthy environment are delivered by elected federal/provincial/territorial/local governments, which respects a voters’ democratic right to have a say. We have undertaken significant measures in regulation and enforcement to protect clean air, water and land (, while supporting responsible resource development ensuring funding for health care, education

and social programs. Steve Fuhr (Liberal): “In 2011, the Liberals voted for the federal environmental bill of rights C-469 demonstrating their support for the right to a healthy environment. This was a logical precursor to recognizing this right in the Charter of Rights, however, it was not supported by the Conservatives and ultimately interrupted by the 2011 election. Robert Mellalieu (Green): “Our Vision Green does not mention the idea of a Charter of Rights and Freedoms amendment. However, I will work for this to be added to our Charter of Rights and Freedoms. It would be an overriding, all-encompassing amendment to the Charter of Rights and Freedoms that would allow for the rights of individuals to clean air, clean

water and clean soil. These rights would be an excellent way to protect the environment— by protecting Canadians rights to it. “Our Green Party environmental policy is renowned throughout the world. Our policy is several hundred pages so please refer to it online at vision-green. “I once was a conservative but since then I have learned that the Earth does not need us but we need the Earth. I can see how ecology and economy have a synergy that helps both grow.” The other candidates chose not to respond to the question. Email a question you would like us to ask the l ocal candidates to edit


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•BRING BALANCE BACK INTO YOUR LIFE. - Come to the Taoist Tai Chi® Open House and Beginner registration on Monday, Oct. 5 at 6:30pm at the Oyama Community Hall. Classes commence Wed., Oct. 7 at 6:30pm. For further info call Shirley at 250-548-3254. •OLD AGE PENSIONERS’ ORGANIZATION CRIBBAGE TOURNAMENT - 4th Sunday of the month plus 5th Sunday if on the calendar. Registration at 9:00 am games begin at 10:00 am sharp, $30.00 per team includes hot lunch, coffee etc. Pre-registration 250-762-6208 or 250766-5437. Tournament Sunday September 24th will be held in the Oyama Community Hall 15710 Oyama Rd •CARR’S LANDING COMMUNITY & RECREATION ASSOCIATION - Encourages all residents of the Carr’s Landing Ward to attend their Annual General Meeting on Wed., Oct. 7, 7pm in the Carr’s Landing Fire Hall. Find out about recent projects, current and future issues in our Community. Meet the association directors and your ward councillor, Matt Vader. Become a voting family member for just $10 annually - individual $5 annually. •THE LAKE COUNTRY LIBRARY & OYAMA LIBRARY - Knitting circles beginning in Sept. The Oyama branch at 15718 Oyama Road will have its knitting circle each Tuesday night from 6 pm-7 pm, beginning Sept. 15. The Lake Country branch in the Municipal Hall at #2-10150 Bottom Wood Lake Road will hold its circle on Wednesday evenings from 6:30 pm-8 p.m. starting Sept. 16. Both knitting circles are free, drop-in, & open to any age and skill level; bring your yarn, needles & whatever project you are working on. •LAKE COUNTRY SENIORS CENTRE - 9832 Bottom Wood Lake Road. Fall sessions starting first week of Sept. Stop by for an events schedule. 250-766-4220 or 250-766-4568 for more info. •LAKE COUNTRY SENIORS BUFFET - 9832 Bottom Wood Lake Road. Meals $9. Take home meals $7 & freezer meals will be $5. 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Suddenly Royal

SciTech Field Guide

News Evening


Dragons’ Den

Survivor ”

Survivor ”

Vancouver Canucks at

Emperor’s Treasure

The Middle Goldbergs

Duck D. Duck D.

Funny Home The National Highway Videos ” Thru Hell

Rosewood ”

Fat Fabulous King Fat Fabulous King

Nature ”

The Mysteries of Laura

Criminal Minds

Bones ”

Calgary Flames

Movie: “Tosca”

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Wipeout ”

The National Yukon Men ” ”

Empire ”

Suddenly Royal

The Middle Family Guy


Law & Order: SVU

Chicago PD ”

Sportsnet Central

Nashville ”

Duck D. Duck D.

Haunting Haunting

CBC News ”

News Mod Fam

Fabulous: Extra

Amer. Dad Amer. Dad


Chicago PD ”

Duck D. Duck D.

Gags Gags

The National Airplane ” Repo

Mike Two Men

Suddenly Royal

Family Guy Payne

Globe Trekker

KING News Tonight

How I Met Cougar

Peter Popoff Browns Paid Prog. There Yet?

SportsCentre Bones ” ”

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KIRO News Late Show-

News Late Show-

Sportsnet Central

The Forest The Water

News Jimmy

SportsCentre TBA ” ET Canada

Colbert Corden

Colbert ET Canada

Sportsnet Central

Emperor’s Treasure

Kimmel Live Duck D. Nightline Duck D.

Daily Show Rick Mercer Seth Meyers 22 Minutes

CBC News ”

Funny Home Amanda Videos Lang

Airplane Repo

Fool’s Gold Fool’s Gold

Highway Thru Hell

Seinfeld Seinfeld

Nightly News Show NewsMeyers Seth

Deepak Show Chopra-God Seth Meyers

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Employment Drivers/Courier/ Trucking US capable Class 1 Drivers required immediately: We are an Okanagan based transport company looking for qualified drivers for US loads we run primarily in the Pacific Northwest, Utah, Arizona and Nevada. We offer a new pay rate empty or loaded. All picks and drops paid. Assigned units company cell phones and fuel cards. Regular home time Direct deposit paid every second Friday with no hold backs. We offer a rider and pet policy. Company paid US travel Insurance. All applicants must have reliable transportation and a positive attitude. Please fax resume & abstract to 250-546-0600 or by email to NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE.

Landscaping EMERALD CEDARS: Direct from Okanagan Grower, acclimatized for this area. SPECIAL: 6â&#x20AC;&#x2122; tall, 10 for $300. Delivery & planting available. Call George, Budget Nurseries 250-498-2189 or email

Moving & Storage DanMel Moving 2013 4 Ton Cube-Power Lift -Local Movers Dan 250-215-0147, 766-1282

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Pets SHEPHERD / WOLF CROSS PUPS FOR SALE. 3 females, 3 males; 5 weeks old. $250.00 Call (250) 803-5235 or email

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Firearms HUNTING Season Savings on selected used rifles/shotguns. Quality Firearms Buy & Sell. Weber & Markin Gunsmiths The Best Little Gunshop Around 4-1691 Powick Rd Kel 250-762-7575 Tue-Sat 10-6


Misc. for Sale CERAMIC Urns for your loved ones or pets, hand painted. Phone Colleen: (250)766-4405

Heat, Air, Refrig. AIRTIKA Heating Ltd. * Heat Pumps * Furnaces * Hot Water Tanks * Repairs & Installations 778-821-2665

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NOTICE of Permissive Tax Exemption The Council of the District of Lake Country will be considering adoption of “Tax Exemption (Lake Country Food Bank Society) Bylaw 934, 2015”. The tax exemption applies to the taxation period commencing January 1, 2016 for three years. The meeting of Council to adopt the bylaw will be held on October 6, 2015 at 7:00 pm in the Council Chambers, Lake Country Municipal Hall.

There is still time to complete the COME PLAY! online survey and have your say about Parks & Recreation Planning for the future and get your name entered in the prize draw. Visit the COME PLAY! Online Survey quicklink at (also known as

Lake Country Budget The 2016 Lake Country budget process is starting. Budget deliberations are the focus of a series of Special Council Meetings scheduled for: 4:30 pm Tuesday, October 6, 2015 4:30pm Tuesday, November 17 (and 4:30pm Thursday, Nov.19 if required); 4:30pm Tuesday, November 24 (and 4:30pm Thursday, Nov. 26 if required); & 4:30pm Tuesday, February 18, 2016. . Watch the website events calendar at for additional information and confirmation or cancellation of the extra “if required” budget sessions. Council meetings are open to the public and anyone is welcome to attend. If you have questions or comments about the budget please contact the Administration at Municipal Hall 250-766-5650.

Municipal Hall is CLOSED Monday, October 12 for the Thanksgiving statutory holiday. We look forward to serving you again Tuesday, October 13 at 8:30am. Semi-annual Water Utility Bills are due October 30th Semi-annual water bills for the period July 1 to December 31, 2015 are due and payable before 4:30 pm on Friday, October 30. Payments received after the close of business October 31, 2015 will be charged a late penalty of 5% on the unpaid balance. Payments can be made by mail; in person at Municipal Hall 10150 Bottom Wood Lake Rd; at all major financial institutions; or via internet and telephone banking. There is an after-hours drop box to the right of the main door of Municipal Hall. Municipal office hours are from 8:30 am to 4:30 pm, Monday through Friday (excluding statutory holidays).

For more information please contact Rose Bronswyk Kassa, CPA,CMA, Chief Financial Officer. Pursuant to Section 227 (1) and (2) of the Community Charter the following information is provided with regard to the Bylaw: Legal Description Civic Address Lot 39 , KAP457

Estimated Municipal Taxes Term 3 years

Registered Owner District of Lake Country





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Volunteer Committee Members Needed The District of Lake Country is seeking volunteer members to serve on the following advisory groups to Council:

Access & Age-friendly Committee Agricultural Advisory Committee Public Art Advisory Commission Parks and Recreation Advisory Committee

Do you, or anyone you know, have an interest in identifying gaps and suggesting solutions in the District? Would you like to provide recommendations to Council on issues pertaining to enhancing access, agricultural matters, public art, or parks and recreation? Review the Terms of Reference for each advisory body to see where your interests and experience could benefit the community ( Please provide a letter of interest outlining your relevant background and interest in serving on the Committee or Commission most related to your interests to Reyna Seabrook, Corporate Services Manager, via email:, fax: 250-766-2903 or regular mail: 10150 Bottom Wood Lake Road, Lake Country, BC V4V 2M

The Arena is OPEN for public skating The full winter public skating and shinny hockey schedule for Winfield Arena starts this Friday, October 2, 2015. Check the Public Skating/Shinny QuickLink at to find out more.

Lake Country Calendar, September 30, 2015  

September 30, 2015 edition of the Lake Country Calendar

Lake Country Calendar, September 30, 2015  

September 30, 2015 edition of the Lake Country Calendar