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Volume 16, Issue 15

April 10, 2013

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Juno Hendrickson, 3, and sister Zuri, 5, participate in activities at the Wii Olympics Sunday at TRU.

Mary Thomas (centre) is one of many people moved to dance thanks to the Oldtime Fiddlers during the Scottish festivities at the Gibraltar Room Saturday evening. Thomas just joined the Williams Lake Pipe Band playing the snare drum. She was one of the original members of the Cariboo Indian Girls Pipe Band and is hoping to organize a reunion of the group in May.

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The Williams Lake Indian Band (WLIB) and Gibraltar Mines Ltd. announced last week that they have concluded a Participation and Cooperation agreement with respect to Taseko’s Gibraltar copper-molybdenum mine. According to a joint release issued by the two, the agreement addresses a variety of issues, ranging from environmental management, employment and contracting, to economic benefits flowing from the operation of Gibraltar Mine. The agreement is intended to establish a cooperative and mutually respectful working relationship which will allow both parties to meet their respective obligations and protect their rights, values and interests. “We are extremely pleased to conclude this agreement with Gibraltar Mines Ltd.,” states WLIB Chief, Ann Louie. “Gibraltar Mine has been in existence since the seventies, and we know that it’s not going anywhere. Now we have clarity as to how we can work together to deal with future activity at the mine. Williams Lake Indian Band’s approach, where possible, is to work with industry to build relationships and partnerships. We’re hopeful that this will be the beginning of a lengthy and cooperative relationship with Gibraltar Mine. We commend

Gibraltar, and its parent company Taseko, for working with us to conclude this agreement.” Russell Hallbauer, President and CEO of Taseko, commented, “We are pleased with the working relationship that has been developed with the WLIB over the past year. The agreement reflects a commitment to work together for mutual benefit. Both parties are aligned in their interests and in their commitment to ensure the Gibraltar Mine continues to generate local value and opportunity through environmentally sound mining practices.” The Gibraltar copper-molybdenum mine is located approximately 65 kilometres north east of Williams Lake. Gibraltar is the second largest open pit copper mine in Canada and the largest employer in the Cariboo region. The parties will celebrate the completion of the Participation Agreement at a signing ceremony on Wednesday, April 10. A number of local and provincial politicians and other dignitaries are expected to be in attendance for the ceremony. Implementation of the agreement will begin immediately, and will be administered through an Implementation Committee consisting of representatives of both WLIB and Gibraltar Mines Ltd.


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Ag critic advocates for land use plan/inventory work Robyn Chambers Cariboo Advisor Weeks before the writ is officially dropped marking the start of the provincial election, NDP agriculture critic Lana Popham was in the Cariboo promoting her party’s agriculture policy and speaking to stakeholders. Popham, MLA for Saanich South and the agriculture critic for the last four years, says the ministry has been “neglected” under the Liberals’ tenure. “I feel very strongly that the agriculture ministry is quite disconnected from the stakeholders it represents,” she said in an interview Saturday. Land use is a primary concern.  “I think there’s a want from the community that the priorities and the people able to

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NDP Agriculture critic Lana Popham gives a speech at the NDP's Beef on a Bun fundraiser Saturday evening at the Cariboo Arts Centre. As critic, Popham is there needs to be better wildlife inventory conducted by government and a greater emphasis on the land use plan. use the land are looked at as equal stakeholders…everybody who uses the land along with the timber companies,” she says, adding timber producers “absolutely” get preferential treatment when

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the Cariboo Chilcotin Land Use Plan, which outlined joint usage of land. Predator control is another concern, according to Popham, that has suffered from a “lack of management.”   “A lot of that points to us (government) not doing an inventory on the situation,” she says. “So the problem is there is a complete disconnect from the land base.” Wyse adds there is a lack of data at the Ministry of Environment on the wolf population and suggests an NDP government would reestablish staffing and funding for the environmental assessment branch, which would be responsible for such studies. Water use, invasive species and meat inspection and regulation are also concerns, says Popham. An NDP government, says Popham, would reinstate the Select Standing

Committee on Agriculture; create a Feed B.C. policy requiring hospitals and long-term care facilities to purchase 30 per cent of their food grown in the province; and institute the Buy B.C. program, the province-wide mar-

Guides and scouts hike for hunger The Girl Guides of Canada and Scouts Canada from Williams Lake will be taking part in a Hike For Hunger this Saturday April 13. The event will take place from 10 a.m. to 11:45 a.m. downtown on Saturday. The girls and boys will be starting at different stores in Williams Lake based on their age group carrying donations for the food bank, ending up at the Salvation Army to present their donations.

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Draft Species at Risk plan online If you have some spare time, you should check out B.C.’s new draft species-at-risk plan, released last month. The B.C. Cattlemen’s Association is urging its members to have a look at and possibly comment on the plan for managing Species at Risk. The BC Cattlemen’s Association says it will be reviewing the plan itself and providing comments. Individual ranchers are encouraged to also post their comments online. BCCA says their main concerns are around Species at Risk include: requirements and impacts to private landowners; access to private lands; and com-

pensation for loss of use or restrictive management requirements. The government is inviting comment on the draft plan “Protecting Vulnerable Species: A Draft Five-Year Plan for Species at Risk in British Columbia” online and by mail until April 12, 2013. Comments will be reviewed and summarized on the website on a weekly basis in a frequently asked questions (FAQ) format. According to the government, feedback provided will be considered in making revisions to the draft plan and informing further development of British Columbia’s species-atrisk program. The draft plan is the

result of work of the Species at Risk Task Force. The task force’s report was released in July 2011 and contained 16 recommendations, ranging from technical advice (e.g., take an ecosystem approach), to making changes to the regulatory framework and launching a wider public consultation process. All the recommendations of the task force were said to be considered when preparing the draft species-at-risk plan. According to the government, the draft plan aligns with government’s shift to a more coordinated approach to managing B.C.’s natural resources and focuses on

five key areas for success. These include: Improving species conservation through management at the ecosystem and landscape scale. Providing the best available information to support identification, management and recovery of species at risk. Encouraging British Columbians to embrace stewardship of species at risk across all lands and waters. Applying protection for species at risk consistently across all sectors. Measuring and reporting on government’s investments in species at risk. To comment on B.C.’s draft species-atrisk plan, visit: www. env.gov.bc.ca/atrisk/5_ yr_plan/

Margaret Thatcher dies at 87 Britain's former prime minister Margaret Thatcher died Monday after suffering a stroke, at the age of 87. Thatcher was the first woman to become UK prime minister and the only leader in Britain

to win three consecutive terms in the 20th century. A controversial woman, she was also, however, forced out of office by her own party a year into her final term. Thatcher was credited with reshaping a

troubled Britain from its foundation during her time in office, but she was also deeply hated, and escaped a hotel bombing intended for her. And there has been no rest since her death,

with possible protests being organized for her funeral next week. The Queen and Prince Charles have said they will attend Thatcher's funeral, as will our prime minister Stephen Harper.

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100 Mile Highland Dancers' Alexandria Wolfe performs a traditional Scottish dance while world class piper Rob Menzies plays the bagpipes at the Gibraltar Room Saturday evening. The soldout event recognized National Tartan Day and was a celebration of Scottish heritage, with fiddlers, singers and plenty of tasty Scottish foods for everyone to try.

You are only as old as you think you are You know you are getting old, when you wake up every morning already looking forward to your afternoon nap. When the music you grew up with, is now labelled classic. When you change your font to Arial because Helvetica looks aged. You know you are getting old when you don’t recognize any of the faces in the supermarket tabloids anymore. Although frankly, I’m fed up with the all this Brad and Joline stuff. Why can’t they leave these people alone? Every time they go anywhere there is a pack of paparazzi following them. Who cares anyway? (Apparently millions do). Well I say to them; “Get a life! Stop trying to live someone else’s.” Okay I’m a grumpy old man but I certainly have plenty to be grumpy about. My memory is shot, I have

no patience, no stamina and I have no … well let’s not get into that. Carmen complains I spend more time in the bathroom than it takes her to run through her make-up routine. And given my prostate problem, I can’t be further than 50 yards from a toilet. (On second thought, make that 10.) The other day, someone gave me a flower essence for my memory, but of course I forgot to take it. Can’t smell it anyway. And everything is stiffening up, except you know what. My face is starting

to resemble a road map. Now they say that your face is map of your life journey. Well if that’s the case, I must have gone on one helluva trip. At least I’m not part of the Botox generation, I can live with a lined face, just as long as it crinkles up in a smile often enough. Let’s face it, I’m slowing down. Can’t climb the stairs two at a time anymore. Played hockey with my son-inlaws and grandson and had to sit down every few minutes to get my breath. Lost my glasses, lost my spares and am losing my eyesight. I have to put on the electric blanket before I go to bed and hope to remember to turn it off when I do so I don’t fry myself. There are now more candles on my birthday cake than I can count. I saw an apt bumper sticker the other day, “I was

always taught to respect my elders. Now I don’t have anyone to respect!” There are some advantages mind you. It’s sort of nice that people open doors for you, call you sir and you get 10 per cent off. And being an elder, you can come up with words of wisdom. (Usually centered around being cautious and aware each moment of where you are and how you got there.) There are a lot of things I just don’t give a damn about any more either. If things don’t measure up to my taste or level of behaviour, who says they have to? I just let people do what they want, it’s a free will universe after all. Just as long as they realize there exists the universal law of karma. You reap what you sow. For sure. (If not in this lifetime, the next.) Sooner or later it all catches up to you. Now I have a partner to second guess my

behaviour and back up my memory, although I frequently lose her too. Carmen says I’ll meet you in the drug store, so I go there, but she is nowhere in sight. She can disappear faster than anyone I know. After wandering around for fifteen minutes I feel like shouting out “CARMEN!” However I have solved that problem by saying I’ll be at the magazine rack. I can stand there reading for days and completely forget where I am. While the other day I spent over half an hour looking for friends on the street. I ran into a guy I know and told him such. He said he’d been looking for friends for years. Well that sure trumped me. I remember, when the iceman came to our house with a big block of ice and an ice pick to make it fit in the refrigerator box. (Here we go again.)

We kids chased after his truck to get ice chips to suck on. The bread delivery man came by with a horse and wagon whereupon he would slide out trays filled with buns and pies and cakes, just to dazzle us with his wares. I remember when the phone on the wall had to be hand cranked, and because we were on a party line you had to have individual rings, ours was one long two shorts, or was it two long and one short? Maybe three longs. Now you can talk to someone in Beijing, China face to face on Skype. Jonathan Swift wrote: “Every man desires to live long, but no man wishes to be old.” What do they call it? Long in the tooth, over the hill, too old to cut it, past yer prime. Well who says so? “I don’t think anything is going to make

me feel old.” said Canadian poet PK. Page died earlier this year at the age of 93. At the time of her death, she was among the contenders for this year’s Griffin Poetry Prize. As for me, it’s not because I’m getting old, since I sure don’t feel old. In fact, sometimes I feel like I’m only sixteen. (I sure wish my body would keep up.) So here’s my final comment from an old coot, to you young whipper snappers out there. You are only as old as you think you are. Frank Loyd Wright once said; “Youth is a quality, if you have it, you never lose it.” Yep, you were right Frank, it’s all attitude of mind. We are old to the degree that we want to be. One of Bob Dylan’s lyrics sums it up just fine. “May you stay forever young.” Young in heart and mind.


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the local scene. With our council becomin thea community who ing little dysfuncSean Glanville Sean Glanville Sean Glanville Reporter Reporter Reporter think the ‘Republic of tional recently, there Life’ does fit into seems to benot more talk reporter@caribooadvisor.com reporter@caribooadvisor.com reporter@caribooadvisor.com the a image they elechave of municipal in mind tion thanfor oneWilliams would Lake. normally hear with an Evan Fentiman Evan Fentiman Evan Fentiman Production Manager The not project goal election until next ProductionProduction Manager Manager was to brand Williams fall. evan@caribooadvisor.com evan@caribooadvisor.com evan@caribooadvisor.com Lake as oneheard of Western I have some Canada’s desirfolks have most approached able small towns for former council memfamilies liveabout and ber John toDell work in. for An Mayor admirable running in goalnext however I don’t the election. Also think some the ‘Republic of heard asking forLife’ brand do the mer councilwillmember job. French to take Paul another turn at the Mayor's seat. If the municipal to warCongratulations drums are soundMayor Kerrya Cook for ing before provinreceiving the itQueen’s cial election, should Diamond Jubilee mean we will really be 68N Broadway, WL, BC Broadway, WL, BC V2G 68N 68N Broadway, WL,V2G BC 1C1 V2G 1C1 1C1 Award. The award in political drama was by presented fall next year.by MLA PhonePhone 250.398.5516 Phone 250.398.5516 250.398.5516 Donna Barnett last Fax 250.398.5855 Fax 250.398.5855 Fax 250.398.5855 week.

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asked for back products pockets to that the are ‘Made in Canada’ coffers from which it wouldand ultimately help came then maybe thecan economic picture of we have some work our country. done to make our City Let’s not forget a better place to that, live as consumers, are and market. I we would the real job suggest nextcreators! time you really need to ask the John Visentin citizens of Williams Williams Lake,hiring BC Lake first before a consulting firm from who knows where and spending the money that is desperately needed here in the City. You have continually stated to the public that there was no money in the coffers to fix this or that. Well as far as I can see, it is because of the inadequacy of the council to run city hall as a business in regards to your spending. Do we really need or can we afford re-branding at this expense? Rossetta Paxton Williams Lake

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Best in show

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Mighty gives his owner Marion Bayliff plenty of loving kisses, as they watch their opponents compete at the Cariboo Kennel Club's spring dog competition held at the Rod and Gun Club Sunday. Mighty is an 11 month old Australian Shepherd who thoroughly enjoyed competing for the first time, and interacting with canine friends.

By Donna-marie Cyr The Cariboo Kennel Club held a CKC sanctioned conformation and obedience match on Sunday at the Williams Lake Sportsmen’s Clubhouse. In conformation the judge, Darlene Borrows, compared each dog to its breed standard as to how the dog should look and move.  The best in match was won by a rough collie owned by Carol Heimbecker and best puppy was an 8 month old English Springer Spaniel owned by Karina Howell.  Best altered in match was Francesca Sanna’s norbottenspets. The High in Match for obedience was from Quesnel and was Linda Kikkert and her Australian Shepherd, “Kobe,” who competed in Novice B.  Novice is the first level of obedience and the judge required them to heel on and off leash, stand for examination, recall and long sits and downs.  Numerous dogs competed in the next level, Open, which adds fetching a dumbbell over a high jump, jumping a broad jump and long sits and downs with handlers out of the room.  The top level is Utility in which two dogs competed. They had to do scent discrimination, directed jumping and signal exercises. All in all it was a fun day for people from 100 Mile to Prince George to share with their friends, both four and two legged.

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This eight-month-old English Springer Spaniel owned by Karina Howell won for Best Puppy.

Dogs compete in the Best in Match competition at the Cariboo Kennel Club's sanctioned conformation and obedience match on Sunday at the Williams Lake's Sportsmen Assoc.'s Clubhouse.

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High in Match for obedience was Linda Kikker t and her Australian Shepherd, Kobe, who competed in Novice B.

Patricia Kingshott and her husband George drove up from 108 Mile to compete with their dogs Molly and Misty in the obedience Aylssa Kelly photo contest.

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Sarah Roberts helps competitor Amy Desmond, 12, coax her dog through a tunnel during the Hoof N' Woof show at the Horsin' Around in the Cariboo event held at Eagleview Equestrian Centre Saturday. Angie Mindus photo

TOP LEFT: Carly Magnuson performs to a grateful crowd during the sold-out community ceilidh held at the Gibraltar Room Saturday evening. The event was held on National Tartan Day, and celebrated Scottish heritage.

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Brittany and her horse "Boon" compete in pole bending at the Horsin' Around in the Cariboo event held at Eagleview Equestrian Centre last weekend. Brittany was one of the many contestants in the second annual Versatility contest. Competitors were required to compete in four events to show how versatile their horse is.

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Volunteer and world of Wii All-World Ambassador for the Wii Olympics Harry Jennings participates in the synchronized swimming competition. The second annual Wii Olympics was held at Thompson Rivers University, Sunday and is a partnership between the Boys and Girls Club of Williams Lake and the TRU Human Service program with the aim of providing a community event for children and families.

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Sarah Roberts runs her pitbull Opal through the paces during the Hoof N' Woof portion of the Horsin' Around in the Caribo event at Eagleview Equestrian C e n t r e Saturday.

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Walter Hlookoff, Sandy Tugnum, Paul Redford make up a part of the cast and crew of Follies After Hours. The production will offer one kid show, and three adult shows the weekend of April 26. Tickets are on sale at Clark's General Store in Horsefly.

Follies After Hours p.m. and the show starts at 7 p.m. sharp. Tickets are on sale now at Clark’s General Store. The Horsefly Follies is traditionally a collection of short humorous skits and songs that are sure to tickle your funny bone, and this year is no exception. The theme this year is after hours. The cast

has adapted short skits compiled by Christina Mary, Paul Redford, Curt and Sandy Tugnum. There will be a live auction and door prizes at half time on each of the Adult performances. Follies is a non -profit group that supports the running of the Horsefly Community Hall and its programs.

Robyn Chambers Cariboo Advisor The Cariboo Festival Society’s 56th annual fine arts competition is now underway. The event, which runs through to April 24, gives students the opportunity to perform for an audience and adjudicators. “It really motivates students to achieve more in their practicing,” says Michelle Erlandson, with the society. The festival features band and instrumental, speech arts, piano and vocal and choral. Dallas Judd-Rekunyk, 11, is new to the competition. She says she’s been spending “a lot of time practicing” and will perform in the piano and vocal categories. “I’m feeling a little bit anxious,” she says. “I

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23rd ANNUAL NUTRITION FUN RUN DRAWS A CROWD Angie Mindus photos

All told, 303 men, women and children registered for the 23rd annual Nutrition Fun Run Sunday morning. The event started with a group stretch at the Cariboo Memorial Complex and after five kilometres ended there as well, with healthy snacks and refreshments provided by Leisure Services.

Local radio personality Dale Taylor takes in the Fun Run with the family dog.

Austin Boehm gets ready to ride his bike in the Fun Run.

Matt Bennison takes part in the Nutrition Fun Run Sunday morning.

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Bowl for Kids’ Sake Cariboo Bowling Lanes will be packed this weekend celebrating Big Brothers and

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Williams Lake Bighorns Lacrosse players introduce new members to the game during Lacrosse Mania Saturday at Cariboo Memorial Complex. For more information on the Bighorns, visit www.bighornslacrosse.com.

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Name The New School All members of the community are encouraged to participate in naming the new two campus Williams Lake High School. Things to consider may include: • The histories of the secondary schools in Williams Lake • First Nations culture • Names of prominent people, both present and past, in our community

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Please include rationale with each submission. Submitted names will be posted on the School District Website, www.sd27.bc.ca Submissions can be dropped off or mailed to Shannon Augustine at the School District Office: 350 Second Avenue N. Williams Lake BC V2G 1 Z9 or emailed to shannon.augustine@sd27.bc.ca Submissions will be accepted until 4:00 pm, April 19, 2013 After April 19th, School District No. 27 will announce the next step in the process.

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Rink 1 at Cariboo Memorial Complex was alive with fast and physical hockey action on the weekend as Williams Lake played host to the 2013 Aboriginal Team BC player selection camp. Boys and girls from across the province were evaluated and selected for the teams, which will go on to represent B.C. at the 2013 National Aboriginal Hockey Championships April 28 to May 4 in Quebec. This was the second year goalie 16-year-old Curtis Luke of Creston (above) tried out for the team.

Ladies soccer registration underway The Williams Lake Ladies Soccer Association is taking registrations for the upcoming outdoor soccer season. Registration for the

six-month long season is $90 until April 30, and $110 after that. Interested players must be 16 years old by Dec. 31 of this year in order to play.

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HOrOscOpe Aries, you must stand up for what you believe is right, even if it costs you a few friends along the way. It is the price to pay for doing the honorable thing. Taurus, take a trip this week if it will help you reach your goals. The change of scenery could give you an entirely new perspective on a situation that needs tackling. Gemini, think about adding some new skills to your resume. It’s not that your job is in turmoil right now, but it always pays to be a step ahead when it comes to your career. Cancer, just because everyone else is making changes doesn’t mean you have to at this time as well. If things are working out, then let them stay as they are for a while.

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Networking comes in all shapes and sizes, Virgo. Attend a fun function to put yourself in touch with new people and lead to encounters that can help your future.

Pairing fruit sauce with meat a refreshing take on dinner I was watching a foodie type TV show, ‘Diners, Drive-ins and Dives’ where this dude travels around the country to various food establishments that embody the show’s name. He gets to taste one or two of the main dishes in each of these different food outlets around North America. How come I could never find a job like that? The host was talking to a drive-in cook and he was saying one of the favourites in his small eating establishment, was a steak with blueberry sauce. You can put blueberry sauce with many kinds

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Don’t set limits on what you do, Leo. Changes at work mean you may need to fill different roles that require new skills. There’s a good chance you can master them.

Libra, don’t feel guilty if your opinion differs from others’. If you don’t agree with the consensus, then that is your opinion and your right. Scorpio, say what is on your mind because sometimes people just need to hear the honest truth. You have a good way of exacting authority and representing others.

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Sagittarius, get together with people who share your love of adventure this week. Together you can enjoy time spent living vicariously and enjoying the scenery flying by. Capricorn, if you want to get real results this time, change your approach with a person who has been troublesome in the past. You will get the knack of persuasion.

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Combine the blueberries, molasses, vinegar, ketchup , mustard and pepper in a saucepan. Bring to a boil and then reduce heat and simmer for about 15 minutes and then cool for ten minutes.

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Discuss issues from your past that you have yet to resolve, Aquarius. This is the week to “come clean” with a spouse or romantic partner or someone else close to you. Pisces, do generous things for others, and not only will you feel great, but also you will get an unexpected reward.

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68 North Broadway Williams Lake, BC V2G 1C1 Phone: 250-398-5516 Fax: 250-398-5855 Email: classiÂżeds@ caribooadvisor.com

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1997 Ford F250 4x4, 7.3 diesel, standard, extended cab, red. 88,000kms. In mint condition. New 10 ply tires, c/w 5th wheel hitch. $16,500 OBO. A MUST SEE!! Call 250-305-8494

Vehicle Wanted 2010 Dodge Ram 1500 Crew Cab 4X4 Black Clear Title 42,420 KM $16,700 milcorinne69@gmail.com (905) 664-2300

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Boats

1998 GMC Jimmy. 238,000 kms. 4x4, V6, auto, a/c, power everything, sunroof, heated leather seats. New fuel pump, new all season tires. Asking $4250 OBO. Call 250-392-4366

1995 26.55 Cierra Bayliner 5.7 Mercury inboard. Comes with 9.9 Mariner outboard and steering arm. GPS/depth sounder, elec. down rigger, dual battery system, anchor and much more. Shorelander galvanized tandem trailer. $25,000 OBO. 250-267-6001

COMMUNITY EVENTS

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“Dream Farm come true�. Building - 6 years old or newer. 146.6 acres Alfalfa hay fields, year round creek through property. Hay barn, horse tack room, chicken house. 30x70 shop with 3 bdrm, 2 bath house on left side. 15 min. north of Williams Lake. Asking $749,000 OBO. 250-989-0361 cell: 250-305-7082

HOME PHONE Reconnect Toll Free 1-866-287-1348. Cell phone accessories. Catalogue. Everyone welcome to shop online at: www.homephonereconnect.ca

2005 Saturn Ion 2.2l Eco-Tech GM Engine 5 spd standard, 124,300 kms, no damage, excellent condition, very reliable. Summer & studded winters on wheels, large trunk, block heater and interior warmer. $4300. (250)398-6113

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the Cariboo Advisor Wednesday, April 10, 2013

w KAMLOOPS HARLEY DAVIDSON o h s d a o R FRIDAY, APRIL 12 SATURDAY, APRIL 13

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F150 Harley Davidson Special Edition on display in our showroom

FORD F150 HD SPECs

The Legend Rolls On

Ride Your Own Piece of the Legend

• 6.2-liter two-valve V8 • Displacement 379 cu. in., 6,210 cc • Compression ratio 9.8:1 • Horsepower 411 @ 5,500 rpm • Torque 434 lb.-ft. @ 4,500 rpm • Fuel injection Sequential multiport electronic • Oil capacity Seven quarts • RWD or 4WD transmission • Standard Six-speed Automatic Overdrive

with a Limited Edition 110th Anniversary Harley Davidson

* ON APPROVED CREDIT. PRICE DOES NOT INCLUDE TAXES, FEES, LICENCE AND REGISTRATION. SEE DEALER FOR MORE DETAILS.

Dave Polack

General Manager

David Wong

General Sales Manager

Kimberley Hebert Sales Manager

Don Vallerga

Commercial Acct. Mngr

Bevan Koch

Sales Consultant

Joey Lanz

Sales Consultant

Renee Rogers

Financial Serv. Mngr

Colin Smith

Fixed Operations Mngr


April 10, 2013