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Mary McNeil Minister of Children and Family Development, made the exciting annoucment of an extra $200,000 in funding coming to the Cariboo Memorial Hospital to help with emergency care. Cariboo-Chilcotin MLA Donna Barnett, Dr. Glenn Fedor, President of Medical Staff, Rosanne McGregor, member of the Board of Director for Interior Health, Minsters Ida Chong, Pat Bell and Steve Thompson were all present at the press conference yesterday afternoon.

Hospital ER gets provincial cash injection Courtney Taylor Cariboo Advisor Cariboo Memorial Hospital was the backdrop for a government funding announcement of$200,000 yesterday that will help provide a more robust and sustainable 24/7call coverage in the Emergency Room. On behalf of Heath Minster Michael de Jong, Minster of Children and Family

Development, Mary McNeil made the exciting announcement. “It’s very clear to us and we are fully aware of the challenges in recruiting and retaining physicians in rural communities,” said McNeil. “And it’s so important for our families in British Columbia – so this extra financial assistance provid-

ed by the province is going to help address these challenges by helping rural doctors fully cover their local hospital emergency department.” Dr. Glenn Fedor, who is the president of the medical staff at CMH stated the benefits of working in rural B.C but also noted the challenges, which revolve around staffing and he said

this extra funding will help immensely to provide incentive to keep doctors fulltime in emergency. “Years ago I recognized the benefits of practicing in rural area,” said Dr. Glenn Fedor, President of Medical Staff. “I moved here and became part of the community.” He said the extra funding will be used

to add a second oncall position to support the day shifts, as well as funds will be available as increased incentive for overnight coverage for all ER physicians and funds will be dedicated to supporting those who are responsible for the very important job of scheduling ER coverage. The province, in collaboration with

the B.C. Medical Association, put together a program to support physicians and health authorities. The Province announced $10M in July, 2011 to provide financial assistance for rural physicians who commit to ensure reliable public access is maintained at their local hospital and this announcement is a follow up on that commitment.

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Excellence Awards coming soon Jason Ryall It’s time once again to mark your calendars and recognize your community for its successes during the 17th Annual Williams Lake & District Chamber of Commerce’s Business Excellence Awards. The black-tie gala evening is going to happen March 10th at the Elks Hall

and now is the time to nominate businesses, individuals or organizations for an award. The nomination deadline is February 10th. The award show in general is an opportunity for residents and members of the Chamber to recognize the work being done in our community to

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grow our business base and give credit where it’s due. There are 7 awards that the public can nominate a business or person for an award in their respective category. The categories and criteria are available on the nomination forms, which are available at Community Futures, Save-On Foods, and the Chamber office in the Tourism Discovery Centre as well as online at "We work very hard to recognize our local businesses with the awards show evening and they in turn get a fabulous night out complete with an outstanding dinner and entertainment," said Tracey Guard, Chamber president. Now is the time to nominate businesses and recognize them for doing well over the past year according Tickets for the event will go on sale near the end of February with the Awards show happening March 10th.

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The provincial government announced $3.4 million in funding Tuesday for the early childhood program Success by 6, with $30,000 of that earmarked for Williams Lake. Marie Sharpe Elementary School was the site of the announcement with children taking time out of class to attend. Pictured are Principal Elaine Elliot, United Way's Francy Hayward, MLA Donna Barnett, WL and District Credit Union Arla Driver, Marie Sharpe kindergarten teacher Tanya Isnardy, (front left to right) Kaden Craig,  Jessica Kelly,  Kaiden Marcoux,  Emily La Rose, Aidan Wycotte, Minister Mary McNeil and Avery Toney.

Success by 6 gets funding Angie Mindus Cariboo Advisor Marie Sharpe Elementary school was the site of a government funding announcement yesterday which will see $30,000 in new monies made available through the program Success by 6 in Williams Lake next year. Mary McNeil, Minister of Children and Family Development was on hand to share the good news with the local media along with representatives from United

Way and the Williams Lake and District Credit Union. Together the three form the core partnership in the early childhood development program. “Investing in our children is the most important investment we can make,” said McNeil. “Success by 6 is a fantastic community-based partnership devoted to encouraging young children to learn, play and grow - with their peers and with their families.” All told, the minis-

try is dishing out $3.4 million across the province for the program, the goal of which is to ensure children from birth to age six develop the emotional, social, cognitive and physical skills they need as they enter school. Last year, Marie Sharpe’s kindergarten teacher Tanya Isnardy applied for and received funding from the program to purchase two Ipads and apps to assist two autistic children in communicating and

learning. Isnardy said it was wonderful to see everyone coming together to help children. “Partnership is everything for schools and learning,” she said. School principal Elaine Elliot agreed and said she felt honoured to be able to thank Minister McNeil in person for the support. She said the school also receives much-needed funding by Success by 6 for their in-school mentoring program.


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Brian Kynoch, President and CEO of Imperial Metals Corporation, and Cheif Anne Louie of the Williams Lake Indian Band sign an historic participation agreement Feb. 6 at the WLIB community hall.

WLIB and Polley make peace Courtney Taylor Cariboo Advisor It was a special day Monday as a historic agreement was signed between the Williams Lake Indian Band and Imperial Metals. Chief Anne Louie and Brian Kynoch signed a Participation Agreement on Monday afternoon which will solidify a working relationship between the band and Mt. Polley Mine. Local dignitaries as well provincial cabinet ministers and Williams Lake Indian Band councilors and representatives from Imperial Metals and Mt. Polley attended

the signing ceremony. The Participation Agreement addresses a number of topics, from education and training, employment and contracting, to environmental management. “It’s a special day for the Williams Lake Indian band, we have finally reached an agreement with Mt. Polley Mining Corporation,” said Chief Anne Louie. “It shows that First Nations are not opposed to economic development, but want to be included.” “You’ve set an example for others to follow,” said Mayor Kerry Cook. “A positive example of

finding that balance.” Mayor Cook was not alone in her opinion that the WLIB and Mt. Polley were setting an example for the rest of the province as Minister Pat Bell had the same opinion. “It’s an example the rest of the Province and other mining corporations can look at and really take it to heart,” said Minster of Jobs, Tourism, and Innovation Pat Bell. “For me that’s the way the future is going – for company’s working directly with First Nations to come up with their own agreements.”

2012 Feb 06 2012-924 RCMP received a report of an attempted theft of a vehicle at King’s Court. 1992 Chev Truck was parked on Midnight and sometime between midnight and 3:00 am suspect(s) entered the unlocked truck and attempted to punch ignition. No suspects have surfaced, this matter is still under investigation. 2012-908 RCMP received a report of a theft from vehicle on 12th Ave. Someone broke into the unlocked vehicle overnight, a wallet and papers were stolen. No suspects have surfaced, this matter is still under investigation. 2012-906 A female reported that sometime overnight suspect(s) kicked in the back of her shed on 5th Ave. Nothing stolen. 2012-904 RCMP received a report of a suspicious persons on 11th Ave. Caller reported three males wearing black hoodies, dark clothing casing area

and were scared off by passerby. Patrols made and yeo youth ran into a residence on 11th Ave. This matter is still under investigation. 2012-909 - A female reported someone had gone through her vehicle overnight. The vehicle was at her residence on Resker Place. Stolen was a 17” STIHL Chainsaw model 017 (s/n - 51425103) 2012-903 A male reported that sometime overnight suspect(s) stole his 1989 Buick Lesabre from his residence on Boundary Street. The vehicle has not been recovered. No suspects have surfaced, this matter is still under investigation. 2012-907 A female reported sometime overnight suspect(s) entered her unlocked car and stole her Ipod Touch (black). The vehicle was parked at her residence on 12th Ave. No suspects have surfaced; this matter is still under investigation.

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Ministry conducts moose and caribou studies Angie Mindus Cariboo Advisor Racing against lessthan-desirable weather conditions, the director of resource management for the Natural Resource Ministry is hopeful contractors can complete much antici-

pated aerial moose studies in the coming days. "We are persisting," said Rodger Stewart. "Whether Mother Nature is going to let us complete them is another thing." Stewart said cold

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Big Creek area where a plane went down last month while conducting the moose study. A third moose study is being conducted in Management Unit 5-14 in the Meldrum Creek area, though it is at risk of being cancelled due to poor snow coverage. Gathering the data while maintaining a

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Three city elementary schools are on the upward trend according to the Fraser Institute’s annual School Report Cards released Monday. Based on the province’s 2010/2011 Foundation Skills Assessment tests, Mountview, Nesika and Cataline have all made significant rating increases, according to the study. Leading the pack overall for Williams Lake area school’s is Chilcotin Road Elementary at 7.7, followed by Mountview Elementary which jumped from 6.1 in the last five years to 7 this year, then Kwaleen Traditional Elementary at 6.6, 150 Mile House improved from 5.0 to 6.5 this year, Cataline improved from 3.5 in recent years to 5.3 and Nesika Elementary improved from 4.3 to 5.0. Marie Sharpe placed 854 out of the province’s 860 schools with a rating of 1.2.

high degree of confidence in the studies is important in addressing population conservation, hunting regulation and allocations, Stewart said. He said the studies are conducted by first having an airplane and its crew fly in a four by four kilometer grid pattern while documenting moose sightings and categorizing those blocks into ratings of high, moderate, low or nil densities. After that, a helicopter and crew is brought in to re-count randomly selected blocks within the grid, counting and classifying every moose that is sighted. Stewart said the final analysis compares the results with any previous surveys, identify trends, population statistics such as ratios of cows to calves and cows

to bulls. "It will tell us what we are dealing with," Stewart said. "It gives us some sense of the size and health of the population." Stewart said recent suggestions that moose numbers are low are purely "anecdotal" at this point. The latest study results won't be completed until early summer, however if they find problems in the populations, they will adjust the allowable harvest, allocations and hunting regulations. Lately, theTsilhqot'in National Government has been calling for a ban on moose hunting due to what they believe are low numbers. Another interesting and important study currently being worked on is a population and habitat selection project

Schools of Choice approaching

Deadlines for School of Choice applications for School District 27 are fast approaching. Feb. 15 is the School of Choice deadline for high schools, while March 15 is the deadline for elementary schools. School District 27 encourages students to go to their catchment school, however it is ultimately up to parents to decide where their children attend school. That could be the motivation of Williams Lake Senior Secondary, which has run ads in a local paper advertising its students, programs and teachers. Currently Williams Lake’s three elementary schools of choice are; Kwaleen Traditional Elementary and two programs at Glendale Elementary, the year-round calendar and the french immersion programs. At last week’s board meeting, trustees heard that enrollment in the district has dropped by more than double what was projected, with the loss of an estimated 165 students.

Marie Sharpe Elementary School kindergarten student Emily La Rose is happy to shake the hand of Mary McNeil, Minister of Children and Family Development yesterday.

on the herd of Northern Caribou in the Itcha Ilgatchuz mountain ranges. The herd was once considered the largest in southern B.C., however are currently considered a species of concern and many suspect their population numbers are trending down. "It's time (to do the study), we're concerned about the population trends," said Stewart. "It's important work. First Nations are deeply interested in what's going on with the population, and have concerns respecting its conservation." The research is currently underway and at its end will see 60 caribou from the estimated herd of 2,000 caribou fitted with specialised telemetry collars which will track what habitats the animals use at different times of the year. The collars last about three years and utilize satellite and VHF radio technology. The study is being jointly funded by the forest sector, government, the Habitat Conservation Trust Fund and an environmental group. There is still a restricted hunt on the herd; with about 25 bulls taken each fall by resident hunters, about 30 by First Nations and 12 by guided hunters. Stewart stated that the annual allowable harvest of caribou and the hunting regulations will be revisited if population numbers are proven to be declining.

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DRY: Grad

Low volunteer numbers jeopardize safe celebration Courtney Taylor Cariboo Advisor For more than twenty years, parents, friends, family and community members have worked to put on Dry Grad for the graduating class in order to keep Williams Lake teens safer. “Our main goal is to keep the kid’s safe,” said Betty Turatus, the Chair of the Dry Grad Committee this year. “I was personally affected the year I graduated and for the last eight years have been involved in planning the evening to make sure the kids are safe.” Turatus said it’s not just about raising money, but about getting people in the community to volunteer their time the night of grad. “It doesn’t matter if it’s a graduating class of 300 or 700 – we still need 300 volunteers that night,” said Turatus. Turatus did say at this point Dry Grad could be drastically reduced if more volunteers are not found, and she said

every volunteer needs to have a criminal record check done which needs to be done by March 9. “Everyone who volunteers during ‘lockdown,’ which is 7 p.m. to 5 a.m. needs to have a criminal record check,” said Turatus. “They can be picked up at both high schools and TRU, but need to be dropped of at the Williams Lake RCMP detachment.” Turatus said the two big committees that are still low on volunteers is the food committee who only has about five members but needs closer to 30 and the security committee who has around 20 volunteers but needs closer to 70. “We are having a general meeting on Feb. 29 at 7 p.m. in the TRU cafeteria for anyone who may be interested in volunteering,” said Turatus. She said people need to realize it’s our children who are graduating – though they may not be our children literally but they may be a

neighbour, an employee, a niece or nephew and we need to keep them safe. “We need people – both student’s parents whether it be Grade 12 or Grade 11’s and the community to step forward and help,” said Turatus. Upcoming fundraising events for Dry Grad include a table at a Ladies Night Open House at Chilcotin Road on Feb. 17 where they hope to sell Save-On more gift cards, chocolates and coffee, they will be manning the concession at the Men’s basketball tournament Feb. 25 and 26, they will have DeVry plants for sale in the spring, and will be having a Mother’s Day flee market in the SaveOn parking lots. On top of these upcoming things that are on their

fundraising wish list, the grads are currently selling Purdy’s Chocolates. Also Turatus reminds everyone that they can donate their Save-On

More points to Dry Grad as well as they do have an account at Amanda Enterprises. To find out more about upcoming fundraisers and when all

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Head down to the mall This Friday, members of the Cariboo White Cane Chapter are hosting an event in the mall for National White Cane Week Feb. 5 to 11. If you feel like being inspired, take some time out of your day to head down and meet the incredible folks of the CWCC. Members of this local chapter have worked hard in the weeks’ past in hopes of raising awareness about the challenges of being blind or visually impaired in the lakecity and also the support that is here. Have you ever thought about how you may feel never knowing how you look to the rest of the world? Am I wearing clothes that match? What does my hair look like? How is my make-up? Acts of independence

like driving a car are no longer an option and cooking is a potential health hazard for those with blindness or visual impairment. That being said, people with visual impairment also have many abilities. Like local member Ardis Bennett, who spends hours on the phone listening to friends and family and who inspires many around her with her no fuss attitude. Then there is Colin Rolston, another local member who battled through a major health crisis and the losses brought on by blindness to come out the other side, whole again and happy with his service dog Tex. Ed and Doreen Evenzki, married 62 years and currently cochairs of CWCC, are also an inspiration. The

two started the local chapter here and work hard to ensure their members are supported and given all the latest information they need on technologies and medical advances. On Friday, at 11 a.m. and again at 1 p.m., a trainer and puppy in training from B.C. Guide Dogs Autism Support Dogs will be on hand in the mall for presentations. Suppliers of the latest in assistive devices and aids such as Internet navigational programs with voice will be on hand demonstrating new technologies which help blind and visually impaired people lead an independent lifestyle. Cariboo Eye Care Clinic will have an information table set up and members of the Order of the Eastern Star, who were instru-

mental in bringing in the trainer and puppy, will also be at the event serving coffee, tea and goodies with the Lioness Club. The new regional manager of the Canadian National Institute of the Blind will also be available to provide information and demonstrations of assistive devices. CWCC member Colin Rolston and his four-pound Papillion service dog Tex will also be at the event to talk about the many advantages of having a service dog. CNIB members from Anahim Lake, to Horsefly and Likely to Quesnel and 100 Mile House and everywhere in between are expected to take in the event. For more information, give Doreen a call at 250-392-5706.

The air out there is frightful Let’s talk about the big white elephant hanging around the city these days. I’ll give you a hint. It’s bluish white in colour, it hangs everywhere and no one talks about. Give up? I am talking about the embarrassing and shameful amount of air pollution this city is generating. Ya, ya, I know the weather creates an

inversion and holds it in the valley this time of year blah, blah, blah. Let’s be honest, whether that pollution stays in town where it will surely take years off all our lives or blows away to someone else’s part of the world, it’s just plain wrong. Why did we get rid of the bee hive burners if we were just going to substitute the problem

with a different type of fine particulate? I wonder what the air testing monitors are reading these days at the Skyline school site? Oh that’s right, that air quality monitoring station was taken down and not put up again after the fire hall was built. Too bad, because that site always had the highest readings. According to the province’s air qual-

ity health index for Williams Lake, we’ve been enjoying a level “2” air quality health index all week, meaning our air quality is posing a “low health risk.” I’ll let you be the judge of that. Our air pollution is ugly, it’s harmful and it should be outlawed. I’d shout that out to the mountain tops... if my lungs weren’t so full of smog.

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Local BC Lions Fans - The Silvey Family including dad Greg, and brother and sister Teagan, 6, and Alysa, 8, were waiting anxiously for the Grey Cup and BC Lions Angus Reid, J.R. Lerose and their favorite Geroy Simon in the Gibralter Room last Thursday.

Love me, love me not, but do you like me? Long ago, as the daisy petals piled up on the table, I thought, “What if he doesn’t love me - only likes me?” Liking someone can turn into a business venture, and shared hobbies may flower into permanent associations. But which is better - like or love? Starting with the word ‘love,’ terms such as unconditional, forgiving and devoted come to mind. Great stuff - my mother was all of those! I love being loved! But it hit me, like an arrow to the heart - being loved

Living out Loud with Rita Corbett doesn’t mean I am anything wonderful at all! The reason mom loved me was because she was loving, not me. I could be an ugly, mean, hateful, unworthy person and still be

loved - at least by my mother! I could be awful (and sometimes I was!) and still be loved. Love may have little or nothing to do with the recipient. It is the character of the lover on display - the very inside of the person who loves, showing on the outside. Love is on display when a Rwandan woman takes food to her husband’s killer in jail; true love is revealed when a soldier’s wife makes certain her husband’s mistress and child in a far-off land are fed,

clothed, and sheltered. Love is never a victim, always a positive perpetrator. It is the ultimate hero, regardless of circumstances - like it or not! So is ‘like’ simply a lesser degree of love? The word is often used that way - “I like bananas, but I love strawberries!” That’s fine for dresses, ties, foods, or books, but what about people? If I like you, it’s because I enjoy your personality, or perhaps because the same ideas energize us. ‘Like’ has something to do with

the attributes of the person being appreciated. Like means there are things someone is or does that are pleasing. I may like you because you have courage, wisdom, silliness, or because you like burgers with onions, too. We each need to be loved to feel whole, valued and positive. Couldn’t live without it… but at this love-strewn time of year, maybe I should consider if I am liked, even more than if I am loved. Frankly, I’d rather

be liked than loved! If I’m loved, it may only mean that the person who loves me is wonderful! If I’m liked it means that something about me is agreeable. Love is the greatest of gifts, but ‘like’ is the highest compliment. As we approach Valentine’s Day, instead of wondering how much others love me, perhaps I could determine to be more likable. That would be a treat - especially for those who love me! If you receive a Valentine’s card from me next week that says,

“I love you,” consider yourself hugged. But if you receive one that says, “I like you,” perhaps that would mean even more than the old daisy petals. Love me… love me not? In this month of love, I don’t want to be more loved - I want to be more likeable! Please email LOL@ the trait you find most likeable in others. Results will be shared with readers in a future column. The 14th respondent will receive something to love… or at least like!

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Workshops held at local Sikh temples

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Courtney Taylor Cariboo Advisor Thanks to the persistence of Councilor Surinderpal Rather, the local Sikh temples were able to offer their congregation members healthy living workshops taught in their own language. The Ministry of Heath funded the program and Jay Bains facilitated the workshops in Williams Lake.  Bains is the Provincial Coordinator for the South Asian Chronic Disease SelfManagement Program at the University of Victoriaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Centre on Aging. Due to higher percentage of East-Indians having diabetes and other chronic health diseases, Rather said he felt it was imperative these workshops be brought to Williams Lake. â&#x20AC;&#x153;(Jay) really cooperated to come down and speak to the local leadership and strategize the whole (program),â&#x20AC;? said Rather. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Interest was

huge (in the local EastIndian community) â&#x20AC;&#x201C; we had 37 registered for the workshops.â&#x20AC;? On Friday afternoon, MLA Donna Barnett attended a special workshop that was put on about diabetes in the Sikh temple on Mackenzie Ave, while there were also other workshops held earlier in the week at the Western Singh Sabha Temple on Pine Avenue. Â â&#x20AC;&#x153;It is so important to have this type of course so that people of their own culture can teach their people how to be healthy in all aspects of life,â&#x20AC;? said Barnett. â&#x20AC;&#x153;I am here on behalf on the Minster of Health â&#x20AC;&#x201C; we are very pleased to be able to provide this type of program.â&#x20AC;? These were the first healthy living workshops to be held in Williams Lake taught in Punjabi as well as English. Rather hopes the teachings will help the East-Indian community be healthier now and in the future.

Valentineâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Day is a good start Valentine Day is next week and while this day of love is a special day, it has grown to encompass not just those in love, but friends and acquaintances. Next to Christmas, it is the largest cardgiving occasion of the year, most of them sent by women. Wouldnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t it be great if days like these could be celebrated throughout the year. Yes it would be nice if we could be nice, or nicer to more people every day.

Celebrate BC Heritage Week Feb 2-26 The City of Williams Lake Heritage Advisory Committee invites all residents to celebrate our cityâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s heritage from Feb. 20-26, BC Heritage Week. The Cityâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Heritage Committee members have organized a series of tours in historic buildings in conjunction with local businesses and institutions in the downtown. Â Tours will be run at the scheduled

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We donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t have to love someone to do something special at Valentine or Christmas day or any day of the year. We can do pleasant things for an old or

casual friend or somebody we have just met and it certainly does not have to be an â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;occasionâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; day to make that phone call, or to call around, just to say hi. So, if everyday we took just a little extra time, maybe just ten minutes or so, to do something friendly for somebody else, like your wife, your brother, dad, or your dear old granny, or a new friend, it would indeed be appreciated and at some time the gesture would probably be reciprocal.

times and informally throughout the week. Some tours will be run by the business owners who occupy those sites, while other tours such as the potato house will be run by Mary Forbes and the Arts Centre by Chief Randy Isfeld and Leah Selk.

Potato House, 49 Boland Street, Wed. Feb. 22nd, 3pm â&#x20AC;&#x201C;5pm. Woodland Jewelers, 150 Oliver Street,

Our newspaper can also be found at the many businesses and service centre locations every Wednesday in and around Williams Lake, 150 Mile and HorseďŹ&#x201A;y. If your business is not currently receiving our newspapers and would like to provide them to your customers, please call Julie at 250-398-5516.

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During the Christmas season many folks took time to stop, visit and wish friends the very best of the season, there was friendship and love in the air. This is not something that is airy fairy, it could happen if many people stopped to think of someone other than themselves. A good time to start being a really nice person would be tomorrow, but Valentineâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Day will be a great start. Donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t forget when

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Recent incidents involving emergency vehicles have prompted the Williams Lake Fire Department to remind residents to pull over when an emergency vehicle is approaching with lights and siren on.

Starting February 14th

The British Columbia Motor Vehicle Act, Section 177, states: “On the immediate approach of an emergency vehicle giving an audible signal by bell, siren or exhaust whistle, and showing a visible ashing red light, except when otherwise directed by a peace ofcer, a driver must yield the right of way, and immediately drive to a position parallel to and as close as possible to the nearest edge or curb of the roadway, clear of an intersection, and stop and remain in that position until the emergency vehicle has passed.” Here’s how to help: • Signal, pull over to the nearest edge of the road on the approach of an emergency vehicle and stop • If at an intersection, move out of the intersection if it is safe to do so, and then stop at the edge of the road until the emergency vehicle has passed • Check for additional emergency vehicles before pulling back out onto the roadway • Use your rearview mirror(s) frequently to monitor for emergency vehicles approaching from the rear • You may see an emergency vehicle before you hear it. Be attentive to the ashing lights. It will give you more time to select a safe place to pull over

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Walk to run will combine weight room orientation and six weeks of walking, running and stretching. This outdoor program is strongly recommended for anyone registering in the 13 week KidSport Classic Training Program. Come dressed for the weather.

PUBLIC BUDGET MEETINGS The public is invited to attend meetings this winter and spring as Williams Lake City Council deliberates over the 2012Budget and Five-Year Financial Plan. The next meeting is February 14 at 7 p.m. in Council Chambers at City Hall, 450 Mart Street. The dates of future meetings will be announced as soon as they are set. Budget information packages are expected be available on the City’s web site on the Fridays prior to the meetings. A formal public consultation meeting on the 2012 budget and ve-year nancial plan will be held in March

2012 BUSINESS LICENSES FEES ARE NOW PAST DUE Please contact Cindy Walters at 250-392-8487 if you have not yet renewed your Business License. PUBLIC NOTICE Regular Council Meeting Dates for 2012

February 21 March 6 & 20 April 3 & 17 May 8 & 22 June 5 & 19 July 3 & 17

To receive City of Williams Lake media releases, Council Highlights, and updates, contact Communications Coordinator Ken MacInnis at 250-392-8488 or


Ages 13+ Thursdays Feb 16 - Mar 22 5:00pm to 6:00pm CMRC Parking Lot $44.00 For more info contact CMRC at 250-398-7665

Mondays, Feb 6 to Apr 9 10:00am - 11:00am Gibraltar Room $59.00 Call CMRC for more info Scout Island Nature Centre & the WL Field Naturalists present

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An endurance and resistance training workout to increase tone and denition. Weights, steps and boxing moves will be used to increase the effectiveness and intensity of this class. Melanie was a tness trainer in South Africa. Children are welcome to attend. Bring your stroller.

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TRU’s Dr. Rob Higgins was the first to identify the European Fire Ant in our area. It was most likely introduced on landscape plants.

Dr. Higgins will discuss the biology of invasive species in general and the global issue of invasive ants. Management strategies will be considered, particularly in the context of urban neighbourhoods.

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There were tons of great items at the WLSS Girls Soccer team’s Dessert and Auction Fundraiser on Saturday night - Sam Delacherois,15, was one of the girls showing off the goodies well her grandfather George Fosbery was the auctioneer for the night.


Craig and Krista Smith from About Face Photography and Tammy Tugnum of Cariboo GM with a $300 donation to the Cariboo Foundation Hospital Trust. The funds were raised at the annual Hospital Gala held each year in November.

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Tyler Bouchard, left, along with his dad Eric, far right, celebrated the grand opening of 3Gen Cabinetry's showroom on Saturday along with Jeff Rebiffe, their rep from Columbia Kitchen Cabinets, and Councilor Sue Zacharius stopped by as well.

Three-year-old Aurora-Lee Hooker is full of smiles at the 2012 Family Fest held at Marie Sharpe on Sunday. The event was put on by the Cariboo Chilcotin Partners for Literacy and sponsored by Success by 6. The free family event included games, puppet shows, book walks and swaps, refreshments, crafts, live music and goofing off in a sandbox.

Calvin and Koda enjoying a brisk walk in the warm sun


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❅ Cash donations towards new kennel banks to keep our animals healthy. ❅ Canadian Tire Money ❅ Volunteers to spend time walking dogs. ❅ New or used scrub pants or shirts.

❅ Medical Supplies ❅ Foster Families needed for short and long term. ❅ Towels for the winter season. ❅

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TRU Grit dreams big for local university Courtney Taylor Cariboo Advisor When people think of Williams Lake they don’t necessarily think ‘University town,’ but that’s exactly what the goals and aspirations are for a local group who call themselves TRU Grit. TRU Grit is a group of about 20 local community members who want to see Thompson River’s University- North bloom into the best university it can be and attract students from all over the world. “I was surprised to learn how many people didn’t know Williams

Lake had a university or if they did know they didn’t know where is was,” said Brian Garland, founding member of TRU Grit. “We want to re-awaken the university scene in Williams Lake and make this university the best it can be.” Garland said TRU in Kamloops is the number one employer in Kamloops and that is an exciting target for TRU-North and he said with Dr. Ray Sanders heading up the university TRU has more of a future than it had before. “Just because we are a small town doesn’t mean we can’t have

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a good-sized university,” said Garland. “It helps economically as well as brings an environment to the city only a university can.” TRU Grit members, Betty Turatus and David Hall announced a Gala that is going to take place at the end of March. The Gala is the group’s first big fundraiser. “(The Gala) is the first visible activity that we have put together,” said Garland.  Hall said the group hopes to raise in excess of $25,000 that will be put towards bursaries for student to come to TRU-North. The group’s direction REPAIRS and plans for TRU-North are varied – they want to increase the enrollment of students locally, provincially, nationally and even internationally and in doing so want to increase the programs offered at the TRU-North location as well as make it

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TRU Grit members - TRU Director Dr. Ray Sanders, David Hall, Betty Turatus, Brian Garland, and Lorne Doerkson announced a Gala that will take place at the end of March. possible for students to complete four-year degrees here in Williams Lake. The Gala will be March 31 at

TRU and the cost is $80 per chair and those interested in attending are asked to call the university at 250-392-8001.

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Webcast For those unable to attend in person, VCH is also making the meeting available live via the internet. Questions will be welcomed during the broadcast or can be sent in advance. Visit for details and the agenda. This is a valuable opportunity to connect directly with the VCH Board and Executive. Everyone is welcome to participate.

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Courtney Taylor Cariboo Advisor When cleaning out clutter from our houses or after a yard sale is done, many of us think of the Salvation Army or the landfill as places for the leftovers to go. But another idea for any soft, still-useful item is the Williams Lake Big Brothers and Big Sisters’ purple bins. The Williams Lake Big Brothers and Big Sisters have had their purple bins out in the community for over five years now, and recently have doubled the number of bins available to six. “We really want people to know how important these bins are to the actual mentoring programs,” said Lorraine Levitt, Executive Director for BBBS Williams Lake. “One hundred per cent of the money raised through the bins stays right in Williams Lake.” The way the purple bin project works is through a partnership with the BBBS organization in Kamloops along with the Value Village there. Levitt says the bins are meant for soft items, which includes clothing, linens, shoes, purses, and stuffed animals. “The bins were located at Safeway, Canadian Tire and the Share Shed and now three more have been added - one more at Safeway and Canadian Tire and now one at Surplus Herby’s,” said Levitt. “The more donations we receive through the bins – the more

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The Big Borthers and Big Sisters now have a total of six purple bins throughout the city. Here new BBBS board of directors member Sam Numsen donates some soft goods into one of the purple bins located at Safeway. children we can mentor.” Levitt says the money raised from the bins goes towards training for mentors, as well as the children and their parents.

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Do YOU have what it takes... To Support Your Community? To Save a Life? To Save a Home? To Make a Difference?

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If you are over the age of 18, have a few hours to spare each month, and would like to become part of keeping your community safe, you are eligible to join. Become part of the team in your area.

Getting involved with your community fire department will cost you basically nothing except your time. All of your professional training, personal protective gear, and insurance coverage while on duty is covered.

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Fire Fighting is satisfying and rewarding and offers constant challenges both personally and professionally. Membership has declined recently and we need to meet minimum numbers to continue to run these vital services.

Contact the fire chief in your area and let him know that you are ready to make a difference.

Busy work schedules and personal commitments sometimes play a part in how many people can respond to emergencies on any given day. The one hour you have free to respond, day or night, may save a life or a home.

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Strong skating results Courtney Taylor Cariboo Advisor Local figure skaters had a strong showing this past weekend at the Cariboot’s ‘N Blades figure skating competition with many taking top stops in their categories. Top spots went to Alanna Walters who finished first in both the categories she competed in – Primary Creative C and Pre-Preliminary Ladies C, Dawn Henley who came first in Junior Bronze Ladies 13 and over, Amanda Lane who came first in Primary Creative B and Preliminary Ladies A, and Breanna Davidson who claimed first in Junior Silver Ladies. There were a number of other girls who skated well including Katie Weibe who, in spite of skating in multiple events, took second place in Pre-Introduction to Intro as well as taking third in Primary Creative C and fourth in Preliminary Ladies A. Other Williams Lake Skating Club girls include Jade Johnston who came fourth in Primary Creative C, Makinley Erickson who come second in Bronze Creative A and fifth in Preliminary Ladies A, Mackenna Alexander who came second in Bronze Creative B and sixth in Preliminary Ladies B, Brook Dawydiuk came sixth in Bronze Creative B and Pre-Introduction to Interpretive, Ashley Beauchamp came fourth in Junior Bronze Ladies 13 and over and third in Bronze Interpretive, Davidson Alanna Walters competing on Sunday in the Pre- also place fourth in Silver Interpretive. Preliminary Ladies C where she ended up taking first The team awards went to the Quesnel Skating Club place along with her first place finish on Friday after- for most medals and the Kamloops Skating Club for noon in the Primary Creative C Category. most points.

Brooke Dawydiuk of the Williams Lake skating club shows off some fancy footwork in front of the judges during her routine in the Preliminary ladies B category on Saturday.

Stamps tromp on the luckless Houston Luckies Courtney Taylor Cariboo Advisor The Houston Luckies may have been lucky in Houston before, but last weekend the Luckies weren’t so lucky as they lost two consecutive games at the Cariboo Memorial Complex against the Stamps in the final games of their best of three. On Saturday, the Stamps fought hard and played harder in an 8-5 win and again on Sunday afternoon in the do or die game winning 6-4 over the Luckies. The Stamps wins knock the Luckies out of the playoffs and pits them against the Quesnel Kangaroos next weekend in the second round of Central Interior Hockey League playoffs.

In Saturday night’s game there was lots of scoring early on with both teams answering goals back and forth, the score 5-3 going into the second. After the first period the Luckies lost steam, allowing the Stamps to capitalize and win the game. Sunday’s game started off a lot more even with one goal a piece in the first period, in the second period the Stamps put away three while the Luckies only managed one and that would be it for them as the Stamps won 6-4. Round two is set to be full of action, as these two teams have had a strong rivalry all season, which is sure to escalate now that it is the playoffs.

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The Stamps started off strong on Saturday night putting away 5 goals in the first period - here Joe Morgan celebrates one of his two goals against the Houston Luckies. The Stamps went on to win 8-5 Saturday and 6-4 on Sunday to move them forward to second round against the Quesnel Kangaroos next weekend.



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Hunters honoured at Sportsman Awards Williams Lake B.C. Sportsman Association President Barry Jenkins presents the Jack MacKill Memorial Trophy Conservation Award to Wayne Biffert (centre) along with trophy chair Mo Monita during the club's annual awards banquet Saturday night. Banquet goers dined on several dishes of wild game donated by members including salmon, lake trout, cougar, moose and bison at the Elk's Hall.

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Top spot Kyle Pigeon wins first place in the Junior Moose category with a moose scoring 114 3/8 during the Williams Lake Spor tsman's Association's annual awards banquet held at the Elk's Hall last weekend.

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Public Notice of Open House Highway 97 Improvements

Family Affair - Roger Gysel wins first place in the Rainbow Trout category with a seven pound, one ounce fish during the 2012 Williams Lake Sportsmans Association's annual awards and banquet held Saturday evening. Gysel's son Kyle surpassed dad with four Sportsman's awards including first place junior trout with a seven pound, two ounce fish, a first place finish in the trout - fly fish only category with a six pound, seven ounce fish, another first place in the junior spring salmon category with a 28 pound, five ounce fish and if that wasn't enough, a first place in the junior mule deer category with a 149 5/8 deer.

The Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure invites the public to attend an open house to preview preliminary plans of two projects for the construction of passing lanes in both directions on Highway 97 north of 70 Mile House. The first project, 70 Mile, starts north of Willow Road and goes to Loch Lomond. The second project starts approximately 1 kilometre south of Stormy Road and ties into the existing four-laning north of Stormy Road. Both projects create approximately 4 kilometres of new four-laning. These improvements will address safety issues and provide increased mobility. These projects are in the preliminary stages and the ministry is inviting input from the public at this time. Ministry staff will be on hand to provide information and to answer questions. The drop-in open house is scheduled for the following date and time:

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Hunter Markus Richter received top honours in the Black Bear category from trophy chair Mo Monita at the Williams Lake Sportsman's Association annual awards banquet Saturday evening, winning first and second place for bears scoring 19 15/16 and 16 14/16. Richter was also given the trophy for Open Big Game for the large black bear he took last year.

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Women set to gather for wellness Hundreds of women will come together in 14 communities across Canada to host Women and Wellness, proudly sponsored by Shoppers Drug Mart, events in 2012. The Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) is a nation-wide, charitable organization that promotes mental heath and supports the recovery of people experiencing mental illness. Women and Wellness is a unique and popular event that supports the important work of the CMHA. The money raised at these events will help the association deliver education and support programs for people afflicted with mental illness, their loved ones and the public.

Now in its ninth year, Women and Wellness began as a kitchen ‘party with a purpose’ – to do something meaningful about mental health. Over the past six years, the fundraiser has received more than $600,000 in donations and caught the attention of CMHA branches from coast to coast, with a total of ten events being held in Atlantic Canada, Ontario, and British Columbia last winter. The objective is to raise $1 million a year for the next five years. While local and regional sponsors have been very supportive, there is still tremendous opportunity for growth with new events. In 2011, Women and Wellness experienced a fresh burst of new

energy that resulted from the support of Shoppers Drug Mart as a strategic community partner across Canada who see the power of this fund raising and friend raising event. “Through education and encouragement we hope to see a society in which mental health and mental illness is discussed openly and in which those requiring help feel empowered to ask for it,” says Helen MacDonnell, Founding Chair of Women and Wellness. The local event for Women and Wellness is Feb. 29 at 6:00 p.m. those interesting in attending can call Shelia Cohen at 250-3054487 or Bettina Schoen at 250-305-4420 for more information or to RSVP.

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Trust your intuition! Believe in yourself. Let  love be your guiding light, says Judy Guido, president and national speaker with the Inner Peace Movement of Canada.  By nature we are all intuitive, as we learn to trust and listen to the still small voice within life becomes more meaningfull. Guido  is presenting talks  in Williams Lake  on Tuesday, February 14 at The Coast  Fraser Inn 285 Donald Road, Williams Lake  BC at 1pm and 7pm.  These talks are open to the public and will Guido will be sharing the strategies she has learned. “We are all unique, and have our own answers within, and when we see ourselves in a positive light the world around us changes.” says Guido. “Worry and fear is replaced with happiness and love.  The Inner Peace Movement of Canada is a non profit, educational program helps people recognize their true worth and

be involved in a positive, constructive way with their loved ones, their community and themselves.  During the talks participants will learn how to keep life simple and joyful, find inner security and avoid distress and anxiety. We all have the ability to create harmony and balance wherever we go as long as we stay relaxed.   The Inner Peace Movement gives people tools and techniques to learn to trust themselves, stay relaxed and live their potential. “Even in challenging situations we can find solutions,” says Guido. “When we relax and trust our perceptions, inspirations and creative ideas will come to us that will help us navigate around the stumbling blocks and when we relax it is like tuning into our personal  help line for solutions.” Participants  will also learn  about,  their life purpose, the sevenyear cycles of life, and the reality of guardian angels.  They will have an opportunity to

experience their own unique vibration, ‘move mountains’ by using the power of intent and receive aura impressions. To contact Judy directly call 1 250 3170057 or email judy.

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Eagle Point The Eagle Point home plan incorporates vaulted spaces for enjoyment of the exposed timber frame Bedrooms 3 and natural light while maintaining a Bathrooms 3½ cozy feel. In addition to, the structural Main floor 1300 sq. ft. design incorporates: Loft 800 sq. ft An energy efficient envelope is created with: Basement 1266 sq. ft • a low surface area to living space ratio Total living area: 3366 sq. ft • an ICF basement, • R 28 staggered stud walls to avoid thermal bridging, • an R-50 vaulted ceiling with no thermal bridging and • triple-glazed windows (high solar gain on the south) At a Glance:

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Q&A Ask an expert Bold colours aren’t just for the children (NC)—For a long time, bold colours seemed too juvenile to use in abundance, too boisterous to let loose in a sophisticated setting. Now, designers say, they are the essential ingredient in even the most timid colour schemes. For example, in Deco Candy, one ofthe PPG Pittsburgh Paints trends palettes for 2012, the colours are clean and energetic. Kids would happily use any or all of them in a single room. But bold and bright colours are not just for kids. Here are the strategies for grown-ups: Ease out of neutral. If you are not accustomed to having them around, your psyche may need to ease into bold colours. Bold and bright hues work beautifully with Build up your colour neutrals. Start with a colour block to build up tolerance by introducing them into your neutral your colour tolerance.

space one wall or colour block at a time. Take their temperature.Deco Candy’s bright hues look beautiful with neutrals, as do all bold colours. Just be sure to put warm ones (red, orange, or yellow-based colours) with warm neutrals, and put cool ones (blues, greens, and violets) with cool neutrals. If you are not sure what you have, use a grey like Turtle Dove (511-4) as the main colour for wall and trim. It goes with everything. It will still work if you exchange your bold accent for another or decide to expand your accent colour to more of the room. Grey is easy to get along with. Get rid of white. Colour is softened by reducing dark-light contrasts. White trim

interrupts a colour scheme. Instead of white, match the trim to the walls, or use a lighter or darker version of the wall colour. If you really must have contrasting trim then tone it down to off-white (Mountain Gray, 416-1), or tan (Toasted Almond, 4143) or the grey, Turtle Dove, all from PPG’s Voice of Colour palette. Make ceilings a lighter version of the wall colour or a lighter coordinating colour—but banish white. There’s no such thing as too much, just too many. Colour

is not tiring, but too many colours can be. Reduce the number of colours you use, not their intensity. One main colour will create an ambiance you can settle into, but you can also pair your bold colour with others in the same family because they maintain the same mood. For example, Tangerine Dream (1237), works with Gold Buff (215-4), a dustier yellow-orange. Don’t back off. Don’t trade the colour you love for the one that is two chips above on the stripe card. That colour is not

the one you fell for at all. Instead, start small and ease in. Reduce colour clutter. Bits and pieces of colour create a busy room. Discipline your colour palette by coordinating the accessories, art and fabrics. Or, bring in one bold, beautiful colour in a big way. As counterintuitive as that may seem, the magic of bold colour is the calm it creates. Like a magnet, it pulls forward all the variations of itself from random coloured objects, and makes all the colours sing in harmony.

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What’s the Scoop! your guide to what’s going on in Williams Lake

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SAFE HOUSE Bored by his post house sitting a CIA-operated safe house in South Africa, a rookie operative (Ryan Reynolds) goes on the run with a dangerous renegade (Denzel Washington) when the place is destroyed by mercenaries. Now they have to figure out if the attackers are terrorists or one of their own—someone on the inside, before they know who they can trust. JOURNEY 2: THE MYSTERIOUS ISLAND Sean (Josh Hutcherson) goes on a new journey when he receives a distress signal from an island where none is known to exist. Thinking it might be the “Mysterious Island” Jules Verne wrote about, and that the signal may have come from Sean’s grandfather, the boy and his new stepdad (Dwayne Johnson) decide to travel halfway around the world to find the island, with the help of a helicopter pilot (Luis Guzman) and his daughter (Vanessa Hudgens). STAR WARS: EPISODE I  THE PHANTOM MENACE Jedi apprentice ObiWan Kenobi (Ewan McGregor) and his Jedi Master Qui-Gon Jinn (Liam Neeson) discover nine-year-old Anakin Skywalker (Jake Lloyd), a young slave unusually strong in the Force. While Obi-Wan and Qui-Gon protect Queen Amidala (Natalie Portman) from an impending invasion of Naboo, they must contend with a deadly foe named Darth Maul (Ray Park), trained in the Jedi arts.

Armchair Travel 2012 at the Williams Lake Branch - This week ‘travelers’ will be transported to Japan as Carl and Sherry Johnson recounts their recent trip to Japan. Visit rural Japan and the local bathhouse, school, shrine, castle and volcano with the Johnson’s. Pre registration is recommended. Call 250-392-3630 or come to the library’s front desk. New exhibit at the Station House Gallery – Boppin’ with Mr. Mynah runs until Feb. 25 in the main gallery and is a multi-media exhibit not to be missed complete with paintings, poems, music and lyrics. Upstairs, the children from Kathleen Stein’s summer art class will be displaying their work, which is always a favorite. The Choice For Life Society is holding its annual ‘Celebrate Life’ fundraising dinner on Wednesday, Feb. 15 at 6;00 p.m. at Sacred Heart Parish Hall. There will be

guest speaker, James Borkowski from Signal hill in Abbotsford along with a silent auction, music and door prizes. Tickets are available at Cariboo Book Bin United Carpet and Sacred Heart School. Call Jane for more info 250-392-2609. The Cariboo Draft Horse Club will once again be hosting it’s annual Valentine’s Day sleigh ride - weather permitting. The ride will take place on Anderson Rd, 5km up Dog Creek Road, from 11 am -3 pm Sunday Feb. 12th, 2011. It is open to the public, and is by donation. A concession will be available. For further information, and to confirm the event is taking place, please contact Karen 250392-7537, or Bud 250296-4468.” Women and Wellness – Feb. 29 join the Canadian Mental Health Association – Cariboo Chilcotin Branch for their second annual event – an evening of warmth and sharing. Women and

NEW VIDEO RELEASES A VERY HAROLD & KUMAR CHRISTMAS Harold and Kumar haven’t seen each other for six years, since they spent time in Guantanamo Bay. Over the years they’ve grown apart, leading different lives with their families and friends. So when Kumar arrives on Harold’s doorstep during the holiday season with a mysterious package it comes as a surprise. the two set out on a mission through New York City to find the perfect Christmas tree, stumbling into trouble at every turn.

Wellness is a fundraiser founded on the belief that more must be done to support this with mental illness. Doors open at 6;00 p.m. for more information or to make reservations please contact Shelia Cohen at 250-3054487 or Bettina Schoen at 250-305-4420.

Ellen Paynton. The class will be learning more yoga poses. This is a free program for women. The class is held Wednesdays from 6:30 pm to 7:30 p.m. at the Salvation Army. Child minding is available. For more info call the Women’s Contact Society 250-392-4118.

Main Stream Square and Round dancing Thursday evenings 7 to 9:30 p.m. at the CDC for a $4 fee. Call nick at 250-392-2432 or Marie at 250-392-5360 for information or to register.

Community Science Celebration – Science World comes to Williams Lake for a weeklong celebration of science starting March 3. Brought to Williams Lake in partnership with Thompson Rivers University – held at TRU. Community

Williams Lake’s Dry Grad Committee meets every Thursday at the former Gladie’s Fashions (beside the Bank of Montreal). They will meet every Thursday at 6:30 p.m. until June 7, 2012 and are currently looking volunteers to help with decorating. The committee is open to all ideas and input. For more information contact Sylvie at 250-3922619. The Studio Theatre has a cast and is now in rehearsal for its next show, The Clumsy Custard Horror Show and Ice Cream Clone Review. Directed by Sandi Alaric the play will be on stage February/ March 2010. The Studio Theatre is in need of a few sewers to help with costume construction. Check the Studio Theatre’s website at for more info. Women’s Only Fitness Class with

Science Celebrations encourage students to see value in science studies and consider science and technology career options. They also promote local businesses involved in science and technology and bring the community together by showcasing science education opportunities, local industries, government agencies, schools and community organizations involved in science and technology. Each Community Science Celebration includes the entire community and encourages people of all ages to participate.

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HOROSCOPE Changes will not be easy for the youngsters involved. Your boss may not be in the best of moods this week. Beware of colleagues who don’t have your best interests in mind. You may be fortunate while traveling. Your lucky day this week will be Tuesday. Large organizations may try to talk you out of your hardearned cash. Take time to catch up on gossip and make plans to do a little adventure travel. Travel should be on your agenda. Don’t forget that your budget is limited right now. Your lucky day this week will be Sunday.

You will need to work diligently in order to accomplish even the smallest amount. Don’t overdo it. You need to enjoy yourself. Ignore colleagues who appear to be going in circles. Unpleasant situations concerning family members will be unnerving. Your lucky day this week will be Friday. Brunch, a long walk, or a quiet dinner will secure your position in the relationship. Your partner may be erratic this week if you haven’t paid enough attention to him or her. Weigh the pros and cons and make a decision that will change the conditions you’ve been living under. However, you should be concerned about what they want in return. Your lucky day this week will be Wednesday.

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A tried and true basic pasta recipe The Start of something good. An excellent basic pasta recipe. If you can have fun at work, home and play, I believe you are indeed prosperous. I try to have fun in everything I do, unfortunately I sometimes have to exhibit some semblance of being serious about what I am doing. This little guy decided to start doing more different recipes this year. I seem stuck in an ad-lib route these days. Too much improvising and not enough real recipe changes. However I am going to pass along something I tried with success just last week before I sort of decided

I wasn’t going to be a “let’s use whatever is in the cupboard cook.” The amounts may not be exact, because not only did I not follow a recipe, I didn’t measure any of the ingredients. I use other recipes for ideas and then tweak it to suit my tastes or those of

my guests. You can use this next pasta recipe as a basic for all kinds of pasta and if you add food items such as shrimp and other seafood, beef or pork cooked and sliced thinly, chicken, along with different vegetables. You can mix and match all kinds of food in this basic pasta recipe. KEN’S PASTA SAUCE 2 tbsp of butter 5 or 6 cloves of garlic, chopped (a dash of liquid garlic also) 1 pinch of thyme 1 1/2 cups of canned tomatoes One small tub of herb and garlic

You can win points if you present your ideas this week. Make plans to meet again in the near future. Opportunities to get ahead will be evident. You may want to take a look at your direction in life. Your lucky day this week will be Saturday.

It’s time to reconnect with some of the people you used to know. Try to make your lover understand that you need to do things with your friends. Opportunities to get ahead are evident. You’ve been a little down and you need a lift. Your lucky day this week will be Thursday.

The personal problems you may be having are interfering with your productivity. You will be able to dazzle others with your obvious charm and your outgoing nature. You will have to control the way you feel. This is not the time to lend or borrow money or possessions. Your lucky day this week will be Wednesday. Get involved in activities that will bring you knowledge about foreign land, philosophies, or cultures. Travel opportunities should be your first choice. Try not to spend too much on children or entertainment. Don’t divulge secret information. Your lucky day this week will be Sunday.

Your boss won’t be too thrilled if you leave things unfinished. Travel for business will be advantageous. Don’t reveal any personal details. Don’t fall for damaging rumors, and refuse to get involved in gossip. Your lucky day this week will be Wednesday.

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Spend some quality time with your lover. It’s time to get yourself back on track. You’re in the mood to do things such as competitive sports, or perhaps a night on the town. You can receive recognition for the work you’ve done. Your lucky day this week will be Tuesday.

Avoid conflicts with in-laws or other family members. Don’t push your mate if you want to keep this union going. You need some excitement in your life, and meeting new people in exotic destinations will certainly satisfy your desires. You can easily impress others with your generous nature. Your lucky day this week will be Friday. Stay calm and focus on things that will help you understand the situation better. Get help setting up a reasonable budget. Look into ways of making extra cash. It might be time for you to take a quantum leap from one career to another. You will be emotional about money matters. Your lucky day this week will be Monday.

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Warehouse/First Aid Attendant Tolko Industries Ltd. has opportunity for a part time Warehouse / First Aid Attendant. Scheduled for weekend shifts and vacation relief etc., as required. The successful candidate will have a current and valid Level 3 First Aid Certification, without restriction. Warehouse experience is an asset. Please forward your resume, by Feb.20th, 2012 Attn. Human Resources Coordinator Fax: 250-398-3909 Email: We thank all candidates for their interest; however only those selected for an interview will be contacted. PROCESSOR OPERATOR WANTED To run a Waratah dangle head on a Volvo carrier. Work on site in our post and rail yard in Princeton, BC. Great working conditions, competitive wages, benefits, profit sharing, 10 hour days, 4 days a week. This is a fulltime permanent position. Fax your resume to 250-2957912 or email

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The Cariboo Advisor is looking for a Graphic Designer to join their fast paced production department in a casual full time capacity. The successful candidate must possess knowledge of InDesign, Photoshop and some basic fundamental knowledge of the printing industry.

Need A Change? Staples is looking for mature customer oriented applicants to join our fun, fast paced environment. We offer competitive wages, incentives, flexible hours and an opportunity to grow! The following positions are available: Copy Centre Associates Please apply in person with resume and hand written cover letter to: Staples Business Depot, #105-850 Oliver St., Williams Lake

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The Cariboo Advisor is looking for a Senior Sales Representative to serve the Williams Lake area. We are seeking a “team player” with good organizational skills, sales experience, pleasant telephone manner and an ability and desire to work in a fast paced, busy environment. If you are customer-driven and successoriented, the right candidate can expect a rewarding compensation package including full company benefits. You will also appreciate a very enjoyable working environment with great team of professionals. Reliable transportation necessary. Please drop off your resume attention: Kathy at The Cariboo Advisor, or email

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Other Areas NAPLES FLORIDA Area! Bank acquired condos only $169,900. Same unit sold for $428,895. Own your brand new condo for pennies on the dollar in warm, sunny SW Florida! Walk to over 20 restaurants/100 shops! Must see. Ask about travel incentives. Call 1-866-959-2825, ext 15.

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COMMUNITY EVENTS The Memorial Hospital Auxiliary holds their monthly meetings the 2nd Wednesday of every month @7pm in the Board Room, main Àoor. New members welcome “Grieving Together” support group for persons experiencing bereavement. Call the Central Cariboo Hospice Palliative Care Society 250-392-5430 for more info The Alzheimer Resource Centre offers a lending library of Books & Videos with information on Alzheimer’s Disease and Related Dementia. The Alzheimer Resource Centre is located in the Seniors Activity Centre. Of¿ce hours are Tues and Thurs. 1pm to 3pm. Call 250-305-0573 or 250-392-5337 for more info


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Take notice that Ronald Lyle Williams of Box 2553, Williams Lake, BC V2G 4P2 has made application to the Province of British Columbia for General Industrial purposes (A Crown Grant to purchase existing powerhouse site and reduction of the utility right-ofway for from 20m to 10m in width) covering, that parcel or tract of land in the vicinity of Morehead Lake and adjacent to DLs 6775, 12877, and 11550, situated on Provincial Crown land located in the Cariboo District. The ¿le nos. assigned to the application are 5404166 and 5407609. Written comments about this application are to be directed to Forests, Lands and Natural Resource Operations 120-640 Borland St, Williams Lake, BC V2G 4T1 Email: Comments will be received until 30 days after the last ad runs in the newspaper. Comments received after this date may not be considered. Additional information about the application and a MAP showing the location and extent of the application area can be obtained at the following website: jsp

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2bdrm bsmt suite $750/mnth incl utilities except phone. Satellite TV. n/p n/s Adults only. Avail. immed. (250)392-4366 2 bdrm furnished suite. All utilities included. N/S. $1000/mo. (250)392-2221

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The Red Cross Health Equipment Loans Program is located at Deni House 250-398-6803 Mon., Wed., Thurs. and Fri. 10 11:30am Tues 1-2:30pm. Narcotics Anonymous. Want to quit drugs or affected by someone’s drug use? Meetings at Health Centre 555 Cedar. Mon & Fri 7;30PM. Local # 250-7915287 & Kamloops Help Line 250-320-5032 The Water Wise Program of the CCCS is looking for individuals & groups who are quali¿ed to help educate the public on local and global water situations. Call 250-398-7929, email or visit their website for more info. Crisis Line Training - New Volunteers needed. The Canadian Mental Health Association will be offering the Crisis Line Volunteer training program starting February 17,2012. If you are interested in this valuable training and would like to help out your community this training is for you. For more info call 250-398-8220 or drop by the Central Interior Community Service Cooperative Building at 51 4th Avenue South to pick up an application form or TOPS BC 4145 (Take off Pounds Sensibly) meets every Thursdays from 8:45am-10am across from Safeway. Contact Ada at 250-398-5757 or Corinne at 250-392-4772

The 2012 Club 400 tickets are on sale now. Price is $52 which enters you in the draws. 3 prizes of $500 and 49 prizes of $52, plus you get dinner/dance/casino night held on May 26/12 at the Curling Rink. Contact any Lions Club member for a ticket, or contact us through our website, Cariboo Memorial Hospital Auxiliary. Volunteer knitters are required to knit baby items (receiving blankets, sweater sets) to be sold at Auxiliary Gift Shop. Yarn can be supplied. If you are interested please drop into the Gift shop or call Christina Ford at 250-989-4361.All pro¿ts go directly into purchasing hospital needs. . Abrahams Lodge & Care Society meet every month, last Thursday of each month at 4pm 505 Wotzke Dr. WL. Donations are welcome of any kind. Please send cash donations to Abrahams Lodge & Care Society. PO Box 4272 Station Main. Williams Lake, BC. V2G 2V3. Taxable receipt will be sent, so be sure to include your address. 250-398-3307 BCSPCA Notice of General Meeting on Monday Feb. 20, 2012 6pm - 8pm at Coast Fraser Inn, 285 Donald Road. For more info contact the branch at or call 250-392-2179



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Cariboo White Cane Chapter invites you to meet us at our White Cane Week Event at Boitanio Mall Friday Feb. 10 between 10am - 3pm. Enjoy the fun, visit our members. Find out how you can become a member or volunteer. Meet the puppy in training. For more info call Denise 250-989-1363 Williams Lake Christian Women’s Club presents “Healthy Communities”. Special Feature: Community Policing. Speaker: The Gift of Caregiving - Gaye Enns. Tues. Feb. 21/12 from 9am to 11am. at Cariboo Bethel Church Banquet Room. Please reserve. Call Carolyn 250-3923157. All Ladies Welcome. Senior Activity Centre. Roast Beef Dinner. Sunday, Feb. 19/12 $15/person. Doors open at 5pm, Dinner at 5:30pm.

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