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New Prosperity review panel to begin Monday Sean Glanville Cariboo Advisor The New Prosperity project is seen by many in Williams Lake as a lifeline for

the forestry-dependent region which has been affected by slumping lumber markets, pine beetle infestation, and shutdown of sawmills.

Prosperity would be a $1 billion investment in the Cariboo region and would have a significant and lasting economic impact. For

many First Nations, the proposed gold and copper mine poses the threat of altering a pristine piece of historically Chilcotin

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Taseko hoping for better outcome second time around Continued from Page 1 to participate and offer their views on the project. In November, 2010 the Federal government announced that Prosperity could not proceed, citing significant adverse environmental effects that included turning Fish Lake into a tailings pond. Taseko Mines got a second kick at the can in November, 2011 when the government announced a review panel to look into the company's amended proposal for New Prosperity which preserves Fish Lake. “Much of what we submitted before has remained unchanged. In our previous environmental assessment we passed on 22 of the 24 issues,” says

Brian Battison, Taseko Mines Vice President of Corporate Affairs. “We've done what we were asked to do. The big change was to preserve Fish Lake and we've made a $300 million commitment to save the lake.” The Nemiah Valley would house the proposed mine located 125 kms southwest of Williams Lake. The region is one of the last places on earth where wild horses roam free and the Xeni Gwet'in people have lived since their ancestors wandered down from the Bering Strait thousands of years ago. The water of its glacier-fed streams and lakes is clean enough to drink. Its snow-capped mountains according to tradition, take the forms of ancient chiefs who were

Arrests after invasion On Sunday, July 14 at approximately 3:30 p.m., the Williams Lake RCMP responded to a report of a home invasion on McKenzie Ave. The investigation revealed that the two suspects forced their way into a residence armed with weapons (Pepper Spray and a firearm) and demanded items. After a brief skirmish with the occupants, the suspects fled. Moments later, the police identified a nearby residence where the suspects were located and arrested without incident. The weapons were recovered. Both suspects are presently in custody and well known to police. Police are still investigating and the suspects were scheduled to appear in court Monday for charges relating to Break and Enter and weapons/ firearms offences.

Chief Joe Alphonse turned into mountains by the gods, reminding the Chilcotin of their mortality. “We live in one of the most beautiful areas of the country and need to preserve it for future generations,” says Chief Joe Alphonse, Tribal Chair of the Tsilhqot'in National Government. Alphonse, has endured an almost twodecade long tug-of-war with Taseko and calls the struggle the most difficult thing he's dealt with in his career. “They are like a bad cancer that won't go away. It's my third go-round with the company dating back to 1995,” says “Our people have had strong relationships on all levels of government and industry with many companies and worked with them all, except Taseko.” Alphonse biggest

Vice-President Brian Battison fear is that the businessfriendly Conservative government of Prime Minister Stephen Harper already has their minds made up and their end result is for the economic benefit of Canada. He feels slighted by the Canadian government that Taseko were given a second chance and felt proceedings should have ended back in 2010 when the initial proposal was turned down. “It baffles me at the pull this company (Taseko) has with the government. Any other sector would not be allowed to move forward after all their requests came in incomplete. There's no way we as First Nations would be allowed to move forward without complying with the re c o m m e n d a t i o n s ,”

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Richmond celebrates 35 years with CRD Cariboo Licensees Land Use Strategy Committee Keith Dufresne, Project Leader, and Guenter Weckerle, Chair, for the Cariboo Licensees Land Use Strategy Committee (CLLUSC), appeared before the Board to speak about the Ministry of Forests, Lands and Natural Resource Operations’ Mid-Term Timber Supply Project. The presentation focused on an overview of what the Mid-Term Timber Supply means to the region, timelines in the industry, and a science based review process. Weckerle provided an overview of the CLLUSC observations and recommendations

as well as encouragement for the Regional District to engage in the science based review process. Independent Investigative Office Richard Rosenthal, Chief Civilian Director, and Ralph Krenz, Senior Investigator - Manager Stakeholder Relations, from the Independent Investigative Office (IIO) of BC, presented information about the IIO. The IIO has jurisdiction in the investigation of on and off-duty police officers in the province when a serious or major police incident occurs. The three key goals of the IIO are; complete thorough, fair, competent investi-

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New Prosperity Federal Review Panel Public Hearing The Cariboo Regional District will be registering as a participant in the Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency’s New Prosperity GoldCopper Mine Federal

Review Panel Public Hearing. The General Public Hearing sessions are scheduled to take place in Williams Lake July 22-25 in the Gibraltar Room of the Cariboo Memorial Complex. The deadline to register as a participant for the General Hearing sessions is July 15. Further information about the Federal environmental assessment process is available online at ceaa-acee.gc.ca CRD’s Heritage Driving Brochure The CRD’s recently released Heritage Tourism Driving brochure has met with overwhelming success. As a result, the Regional District Board of Directors authorized $1,000 from the Heritage services budget to allow a second

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The Fish Lake Alliance is looking forward to public hearings about a proposed mine near Fish Lake. The federal hearings start Monday, July 22, and are “an opportunity to get more facts,” says the group’s spokesperson Jenny Noble. Everyone is welcome to attend the public meetings at the Gibraltar room, which run for approximately two weeks in Williams Lake. The local group is also hosting a fun event this Friday eve-

ning, July 19, to kick off the hearings and raise funds for expert witnesses. The Fish Lake fundraiser features live music by Drum and Bell Tower, at the Limelight. Admission is free, and there will be auctions of large and small items, including art, crafts, firewood, and use of remote cabins. The event starts at 7 p.m. and doors open at 6 p.m. Many people cherish the spectacular mountains, lakes and rivers found in


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print run of the Historic Driving Brochure. The brochure is available at Tourism Information Centres and historic sites throughout the region. An electronic version of the publication is also available on the CRD website at cariboord.bc.ca/ Services/Heritage CRD Celebrates CAO 35th Service Anniversary Chair Al Richmond and the Board of Directors presented CRD CAO Janis Bell with a bouquet of flowers during today’s Board meeting in honour of her 35 years of service to the Regional District. Congratulations Janis! Next Meeting Aug. 23 - 9:30 a.m. – CCRHD & CRD Board of Directors

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The CRD endorsed a resolution put forward by the North Cariboo Joint Planning Committee regarding the North Cariboo Multi-Centre. The resolution confirmed that the project requires a $30 million budget to proceed and included an allocation of $20,000 from the North Cariboo Recreation and Parks budget to continue to support the MultiCentre Fundraising initiatives over the summer months.

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the Chilcotin region, around Fish Lake. “Of special interest, is the fact that Fish Lake and the Taseko River are upstream of the Chilcotin River where salmon spawn. It’s part of the important Fraser River watershed,” says Noble. On the opening day of hearings, July 22, there will also be a community event in Boitanio Park, starting at 11 a.m. sponsored by the TNG (Tsilhqot’in National Government). The aboriginal people of Nemiah Valley (Xeni Gwet’in) have lived, and used, the area around Fish Lake for many centuries. The Fish Lake Alliance will help scientific experts attend the mine hearings, and also make a submission to the federal Panel. Another mine proposal by Taseko Mines Ltd. was rejected by the federal government, in 2010. The Alliance is a broad coalition of people who are very concerned about this particular mine proposal. It includes concerned citizens, Cariboo organizations, tourism operators, and local business people.

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Alexis Creek Daze features fun for the family Sean Glanville Cariboo Advisor There is plenty in store for the third annual Alexis Creek Daze celebrations which go this Friday and Saturday, July 19-20. Kicking off the weekend Friday night people can enjoy the bluesy country swing of Allison and The Boys. The music starts at 7 p.m. at Doodlebugs Restaurant with doors opening at 6 p.m. Tickets are $20 each and are available in advance by calling Mike or Corinne at 250-394-4356. There will be appetizers available, minors allowed and a bring your own beverage policy. “It (live band) is a perfect start to Alexis

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Wilderness dweller Chris Czajkowski will be giving a slide show presentation as part of the Alexis Creek Daze celebrations after Saturday night's dinner. Czajkowski has lived off the grid, alone, for nearly 30 years in the West Chilcotin, 150 miles from the nearest banks, traffic lights, supermarkets or cell phone frequencies. He has also written nine books. Here she shows off so freshly baked loaves of bread beside her stone fireplace. Creek Daze, there’s so much fun for the whole

family,” said organizer Kelly Feldinger.

If you don’t have any family or friends in the area this is a great opportunity to camp nearby at the beautiful B.C. Park site in Bull Canyon, just seven kilometres west of Alexis Creek. The action resumes Saturday at the Alexis Creek Community Grounds where there is plenty of fun for the whole family. Participants can join the horse crowd for a poker ride or the biking crowd for an all mountain poker ride beginning at 10 a.m. Those registering are asked to arrive early to fill out their forms. Other festivities include a fabulous horsemanship demonstration by Wildwood Reining’s Sharon

Gates followed by Crystal Grier of Miller Ranches showing a horse in training. “There will be food, arts and crafts, displays, arm wrestling tournament, tug of war, horse shoe tournament, children’s games, the ever popular talent show,” adds Feldinger. “Come sing us a tune, dance a jig, tell a joke, the list is endless.” There will be a beverage garden onsite and enter your famous chilli in the chilli contest. Entrants must have their chilli submitted by 3 p.m. to Val Telford in the kitchen. Also included are

live and silent auctions and dinner available in the early evening. To top off the day wilderness dweller Chris Czajkowski will be giving a slide show presentation after dinner. Czajkowski has lived off the grid, alone, for nearly 30 years in the West Chilcotin, 150 miles from the nearest banks, traffic lights, supermarkets or cell phone frequencies. He has also written nine books. “Meeting and listening to Chris really is a must for anyone who loves the Cariboo Chilcotin Coast Region,” says Feldinger.

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Redstone health and wellness rally Sean Glanville Cariboo Advisor The Alexis Creek First Nation (Tsi Del Del) is hosting a Safety and Wellness Rally at Redstone Reserve on Wednesday, July 17. “We want people to stand together in creating a healthier and safer community to live,” says one of the rally organizers Martina William. The participants will gather at 10:30 a.m. at the Redstone Band Office before heading out on a walk throughout the community. Participants will carry signs which children in the community have been helping to create. The rally is open to everyone to participate. Redstone is located around 160 kilometres west of Williams Lake on Highway 20. William hopes the rally, the first of its kind to be held on the reserve as she can


recall, can become an annual event. She views the rally as the latest of many positive steps taken since the inception of the Alexis Creek Safety Committee last summer. “We started a safety committee last year and our goal was to promote positive and healthy living,” says William, 37, who has called Redstone home her entire life. The safety committee consists of eight people headed by chair Darelene Baptiste, a drug and alcohol addictions worker. The com-

mittee also includes elders from the community, the Tsi Del Del school principal, band manager, chief of council representative, and Const. Krista Mangan of the Alexis Creek RCMP Detachment. The committee

has dealt with issues brought forward by the community such as impaired driving, breakins, vandalism, speeding and reckless ATV driving on the reserve. The members have also begun developing safety bylaws.

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BC Ferries doles out 900K in bonuses but can’t spare dime That feeling you get when buying popcorn and soda at a movie theatre, paying for parking at a sporting event, or buying printer ink, that of being ripped off. That’s how many passengers feel every time they board BC Ferries. Vancouver Island and the neighbouring Gulf Islands feature some of the most beautiful scenery in the world but many average British Columbians simply can’t afford to enjoy it. The idea that our government can give the go-ahead to charge such ridiculous fares for a publicly-owned service blows me away. According to the BC Ferries website, for a family of five with three kids over 12 to travel the most popular route from Tsawassen (Vancouver) to Schwarz Bay (Victoria) each segment would cost $147.25. (Standard vehicle under 7 ft. $51.25, 5 passengers over 12 years old at $15.50 a head ($77.50) and an $18.50 reservation fee) So a round trip to go see the grand-

parents on the island would cost you a cool $294.50. Throw in gas, meals, accommodation and some entertainment and no wonder people are reluctant to go island-hopping. You’re looking at close to four figures for a family weekend getaway. So with these ludicrous fares, BC Ferries must be just rolling in cash. So much to the extent that they could easily help a young girl who was a dime short on her fare, right? Well, back in mid June a 20-year-old girl was trying to make it to her Gabriola Island home from Nanaimo but was denied by B.C. Ferries as she was 10 cents short on her fare. Luckily the girl had a small amount of cash on her to make up the difference, all good, right? Despite having some cash, she was 10 cents short on her pre-paid BC Ferries Experience Card. Some genius at the company decided it would require a minimum of $60 to reload the card and

the attendant wouldn’t make an exception. So now we have a young girl who was 10 cents short on her prepaid card, had enough cash to easily make up the difference but not enough for a walk-on fare or the $60 required to reload the card and she is now stranded in Nanaimo. To make matters worse it was on a Sunday, and she had to wait a full 24 hours for the bank to open the next day. According to the girl, the attendant never once asked if she had a place to stay or if she was going to be ok. Spending the entire night with no money for a place to stay would be a terrible experience for anybody let alone a young girl. The mom had some choice words for BC Ferries and rightfully so. All this over 10 cents from a company that just the other day announced they would give $900,000 away in safety bonuses to their 3,000 full-time employees in the form of $300 gift cards. BC Ferries

employees already get free travel passes and seasonal employees earn between $19.66 $25.81 per hour, way above the province’s minimum wage of $10.25. Many BC Ferries passengers were outraged by this news. A number of people in a story ran by The Province explained how they never once got any perk or bonus for doing their job safely. My favourite quote came from retiree Bruce Lovell from White Rock. The 87-year-old was unimpressed saying they shouldn’t be rewarded for doing what they’re supposed to do. He thinks it’s too much money. Lovell, who worked in lumber mills, said the only gift he ever got in his oftendangerous job was living to talk about it. Another woman can’t believe the outrageous ferry rates to begin with and that taking almost $1 million dollars to hand out in bonuses of tax-payers money is neither fair nor right.

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Keeping the car clean tough in the Cariboo Carmen usually wants to run through the car wash every time we hit 100 Mile House. Not her, the car. I go along with it knowing full well that it will be filthy when we return home, given the Cariboo roads. In a fit of cleaning frenzy, Carmen tends to dominate the high pressure hose turning it to maximum and eliminating every speck of dust and dirt on the vehicle. This she enjoys fully. This is fine by me, as I don’t mind watching people work. Besides, I tend to stand well clear as she has at times, suggested that she would like to power wash my armpits. Now I am sure this may come as a helluva a shock to you dear

readers, but I am not perfect! Yes I have been known to make mistakes. Usually with style and for good reason of course. Yet Carmen is oft to remark, that there are times when I have raised dysfunctionality, to an art form. That’ s because; “I’m not perfectly at home in the third dimension”, I say. A fine excuse. But I always do give everything my ‘best effort’.

For example, the other day Carmen gave me a choice of chores, wash the car or vacuum the house. We share chores here and she would do the one left over. Given that the house is over five thousand square feet, it should have been an easy choice but I was not so sure. That Cariboo mud is quite the challenge. After the first rinse with the hose I figured I may have to use a wire brush or at times, chisel it off. I have to admit the car looked a light chocolate brown, not its original colour and you can’t see out the back window or read the license plates. Yet I feel somehow I’m on a bit of a fool’s errand here as the next

road trip will put it all back. Nevertheless, I proceeded with dutiful attention to Carmen’s request for a clean car. I am after all, a good old sport. Carmen came out to hold the garden hose while I washed it down with soap and hot water. She accidentally? sprayed me leaving the rest of the job for me to do with soaking wet pants. Here’s a clue. If your wife has h###bose in hand, stand well behind her at all times. She quickly departed after handing me back the hose thinking no doubt that I might be bent on revenge. I spent half my time watering down the car and the other half spraying the bloody

mosquitos. On top of which the hose wouldn’t shut off and I had to park it in a tree while scrubbing the car with a brush. I had to be especially careful as Carmen playing the role of the Inspector General, was sure to point out that I missed a few spots. So I was scrupulous to the point of obsession. Although some places needed a toothbrush to get at and that was beyond the point at which my obsession carried. I would risk it. In the middle of all this Carmen yelled out; “Don’t forget the front bumper, its really gross”. I retorted with; “Do you want me to clean the tail pipe and the muffler too while I’m at it?” I dreaded

the reply. And just when I thought I was finished, she was apt to remind me, that the car had an inside as well. I carried on and did give it my best effort, which in the end was an immaculate job for me. Not for Carmen though, my handiwork could use some improvement she opined. No doubt helping to reaffirm that her task of perfecting me, was very much still in hand. (We do not let each other get away with too much I must admit, but we do so with grace and loving detachment.) She was pleased that the car looked a lot cleaner but then looked me over and said; “Time to clean

yourself up, we have company coming and I don’t want you to look like you just slept under a bridge.” She doesn’t mince words, and is not without her own sense of humour. One of the things I love about her. Handy to have such an observable companion. Anyway the first time we headed off for town as you can surmise, the inevitable occurred. Twenty minutes later when we hit 70 Mile the car was back where it was to begin with. A nice chocolate brown, not being able to see out the back window or have readable licenses plates. So is there a point to all this? If you know please let me in on it .

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New Director of Instruction for School District named School District No. 27 is pleased to announce that Mr. Robert (Rob) Taylor has been selected as Director of Instruction (Human Resources) of School District No. 27 (Cariboo-Chilcotin). Mr. Taylor brings a diverse background of experience and education to the position in Human Resources. From 1983-2008, Rob was a teacher with School District 27. His last year he served as President of the Cariboo Chilcotin Teachers'

Association before leaving the District to work for the B.C. Teachers' Federation. Rob returned to the School District teaching staff in September 2012. Rob brings, to his new role of Director, a vast experience of working with governments, boards, committees, and individual staff members. His global leadership skills will be an asset to the administrative team of School District No. 27. Rob will begin his duties on August 1.

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Resident hopes for ‘New Prosperity’ in Cariboo The New Prosperity Gold-Copper review panel for the proposed mine will be getting underway in Williams Lake next week, on Monday, July 22. The emotions on both sides of this Taseko Mines proposal are starting to get rolling ahead in high gear. There are those who are in favour of the mine going ahead and those who are attempting to stop progress. Quesnel, 100 Mile and Williams Lake City councils have endorsed the New Prosperity Mine for the jobs along with big economic spinoffs. There is a very strong ‘Yes to Prosperity’ group in 100 Mile and the Chambers of Commerce also support Taseko’s proposal. Former Chief, Ervin Charleyboy says the mine can provide good jobs for younger First Nations. He did not

WL 85th birthday plans for 2014 underway 2014 will be the City of Williams Lake’s 85th birthday. Monday night in Council Chambers members of local service clubs gathered together to discuss how to celebrate the upcoming event. A consensus was drawn by the group and a second meeting is set for Monday July 29, 2013 at 6 p.m. in the downstairs Rick Hansen

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support Taseko during the last Environmental Hearings in Williams Lake, however now that the new proposal will save Fish Lake he is in favour of the mine. Charleyboy has talked to a lot of young First Nations people who want to see a mine go ahead because of the many jobs they will provide. Gibraltar Mine and the Williams Lake Indian Band signed a Participation and Cooperation agreement not long ago. Chief Ann Louie states

it is the bands intention, where possible to work with industry to build relationships and partnerships. Good to see progressive leadership from Chief Louie in working with Taseko. We need economic development in this region and Taseko Mines has stepped up to the plate to pro-

vide good paying work in a mine that many hope will indeed bring new prosperity to the Cariboo Chilcotin. The hearings which begin in the Gibraltar room at 1 p.m. are not to exceed 30 days, then the environmental review panel will have a maximum of 70 days to submit and report to the

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and ideas. Rather than asking local service clubs and organizations to commit to another event on top of what they already annually host for the community it is hoped that all the groups can work together under the

same theme next year to celebrate the City’s birthday. Currently the proposed idea is a theme of peace and harmony in our community. Potentially March 15, 2014 will be the kick off date followed by

monthly events hosted by different groups working together under one theme. Ideas for events are: a birthday tea, carnival, family barn dance, wagon rides, fireworks, Snowbirds, casino/dance, reunion of pioneers, and First Nations games tournament. Please contact Danica Hughes at dhughes@ williamslake.ca or 250398-8145 to find out more information.

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Sean Glanville Cariboo Advisor The rebuilding process is now underway for the remote First Nations community of Bella Bella, B.C. The community was left reeling after a fire in the wee hours of Friday morning destroyed their only grocery store in the community, the building also housed the post office, liquor store, cafe and library. Investigators say they believe the fire was deliberately set. RCMP Cpl. Dan Moskaluk says three young girls, ages 13, 15 and 16 were arrested shortly after the fire broke out around 4 a.m. last Friday. Despite the devastating fire, the community is optimistic they will bounce back. “This is the most resilient community I've ever seen, it's been absolutely awesome,” says Bella Bella RCMP Sgt. Glen Caston. “Talks of the rebuilding process are already underway and just four hours after the fire they already had an emergency planning session.” The blaze spread quickly, destroying the 35-year-old wood building and luckily nobody was injured. Close to 100 people flooded into the street to try and save the store. The local fire crew and volunteers worked

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Bella Bella firefighters and local volunteers try to put out the fire that destroyed the communities grocery store and other businesses Friday morning. Waglisla, the old name of Bella Bella means "river on the beach" in the Heiltsuk language. hard at keeping the fire contained but there were concerns that three large fuel tanks below the Band store, which provides the community with fuel for home heating, boats and cars, would catch fire and explode. Due to the close proximity to the fuel tanks police evacuated the local hospital and several residences in the area of the potential blast radius. The Heiltsuk Tribal Council is accepting donations to help rebuild. Those wishing to donate can do so via the website www. rebuildbellaballa.tumblr.com. The website had already raised $3,000 by Saturday with funds to provide

immediate assasstance for families in need and facilitate the rebuilding process. “The community has come together and the local sawmill has offered to provide lumber to rebuild a makeshift store for the timebeing,” says Caston. Bella Bella is located on Campbell Island in the Central Coast region 181 kilometres north of Port Hardy, on Vancouver Island, and 144 kilometres west of Bella Coola on the mainland. It has about 2,000 people and serves as hub of the Central Coast region and home to the Heiltsuk First Nation. Citizens were concerned about ration-

ing their food supply with the nearest grocery store a six hour ferry ride away in Port Hardy. However, BC Ferries shipped in goods for needy residents on Saturday and Sunday and the store across the sound in the village of Shearwater was also able to provide some aid. On Sunday, a barge loaded with two times the amount of food arrived. By Monday morning a temporary store was up and running with staples such as bread, milk, eggs, and diapers at a new location, the United Church, and arrangements have been made with BC Ferries to ensure the island village

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is able to get enough food and supplies. The post office was also running at a new location with the liquor store to open a few days later. It has been a tough couple years for Bella Bella as the lodge at Heiltsuk's cultural camp was destroyed by arson in December 2011. The community rallied to rebuild the lodge but at great expense, as getting supplies and labour to the remote island is very expensive. Caston also mentioned it was unlikely that anything could be salvaged from the fire but plans to rebuild the store and other businesses will take some time as they must go through the insurance process and applications for funds through the Band.


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Brothers Liam Barnes (left) and Jayce Barnes visiting from Fort St. James were the only two souls brave enough to hit the water at Scout Island on a mild Sunday afternoon.

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Satori Elwick (left) is helped by Callie Borkowski to make a wind chime at the Kidz Zone Saturday at the Arts on the Fly festival in Horsefly.

Liz Dighton and horse HIckory (left), Sandy Zayachkowski aboard Lacey (middle), and Amy Morgan riding Cinder prepare so set out on a ride from the Stampede Grounds to the Williams Lake River Valley Sunday.

Kristen Appler (left) joins Zander Robertson (middle) and Niels Rondrup for a stroll along the Scout Island nature trails Sunday.

Joe Alphonse (left), Chief of Anaham Reserve, Barb Van Vogt, Warden of Mission Institute, Brian Lang, Director of Community Corrections, and Sarah Jackman, Director of Punky Lake Wilderness Camp, were on hand to drop-off and receive goods such as hand-made benches and bed frames which were made by prison inmates.

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RCMP Musical Ride gallops into lakecity Thursday Okanagan, Vancouver Island, Sunshine Coast, many Lower Mainland venues, including the PNE, before wrapping up in Hope on September 7. The tour stopped in Quesnel last night and featured two performances at the Prince George Exhibition grounds Saturday and Sunday. B.C.’s Northern Capital set the bar high, featur-

ing huge crowds and a marriage proposal to top it off. Despite less than favourable weather, an estimated 5000 people took in the performances by the scarlet clad Mounties. The Sunday performance even ended with a surprise. Constable Drew MacDougall, in his second year on the Ride, proposed to his girlfriend Ashley

at the conclusion of the performance. She said yes. Both Cst. MacDougall and his fiancée Ashley are from Ontario. Ashley flew from Ontario to Prince George not only to see Drew perform, but also to visit a friend from University now enrolled in the Northern Medical Program at UNBC. “It was a magnificent display of patri-



This notice is published pursuant to section 4 of the Recall and Initiative Act. Approval in principle has been granted on an application for an initiative petition. The petition will be issued to proponent Dana Larsen on Monday, September 9, 2013 and signature sheets must be submitted to the Chief Electoral Officer by Monday, December 9, 2013. The Title of the Initiative is: An initiative to amend the Police Act. Summary of Initiative: The initiative draft Bill entitled, “Sensible Policing Act” proposes to amend the Police Act to no longer use provincial police resources on the enforcement of current laws in relation to simple possession and use of cannabis by adults. The draft law would prohibit the use of provincial police resources for this purpose, would require police to report in detail to the Minister of Justice any actual use of resources for this purpose and why it was necessary, and require the Minister to publish that report. The Bill also proposes that the province would call upon the Federal Government to repeal the federal prohibition on cannabis, or give British Columbia an exemption, such that British Columbia is able to tax and regulate cannabis similar to the regulation of alcohol and tobacco. As well it proposes that British Columbia shall establish a Provincial Commission to study the means and requirements necessary for the province to establish a legal and regulated model for the production and use of cannabis by adults. Last, the Bill would make non-lawful possession and use of cannabis by minors an offence similar to possession and use of alcohol.

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Storm capture first Williams Lake soccer provincial gold The Williams Lake Storm U-16 girls soccer team became the first Williams Lake team to ever be crowned provincial champions. The Storm needed some flare for the dramatic with Dawn Henley scoring on the final kick of regulation to tie the final at 1-1 and force overtime before winning on penalty kicks. Williams Lake were among eight teams from across B.C. that took part in the Provincial B Cup competition July 4-7 in North Vancouver. “This group of girls has been together for two years, and we have always had this goal in the back of our mind,” said coach Nick Iachetta. “This win is a testament to their dedication and hard work, and is a sign of things to come from Williams Lake.” The Storm drew the undefeated Ladner Vipers in the final Sunday in front of a large crowd of supporters who lined the pitch on a beautiful Vancouver day. Two very evenly-matched teams played to a 0-0 tie at half. Williams Lake’s back-line of Madison Hordiuk, Natasha Lewis, Morgan Lord and Cassie Abel which allowed a mere three goals all tournament were solid as usual. In the second half the game was ground out in midfield as Storm’s Morgan Schofield, Ashleigh Lyons and

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The Williams Lake Storm U16 Girl's Soccer Team poses with their gold medals and championship trophy after winning the Provincial B Cup Championship held in Vancouver July 2-7. The squad defeated the Ladner Vipers 2-1 in a shootout after scoring on the last kick of the game in regulation to force overtime. They became the first team from Wiliams Lake Youth Soccer Association to win a provincial title. Carly Magnuson battled for possession. Both sides had chances as Lander hit the post and the Storm forced the Ladner keeper into some big saves. Forwards Teneal Schick, Kendall Jensen, Lexi Pederson, Cheyanne Stuart and Kara Zurak working off playmakers Jasmine Baye and Carleigh Walters came close but were unable to capitalize. Ladner scored on a low shot to break the deadlock with 15 minutes left to put Williams Lake in gut-check time. In desperate need of a goal, Williams Lake

added a third forward, but the Ladner defense held firm. The coaching staff of Iachetta, Luke Moger, Brenda Mann and Trevor Schick went for broke adding a fourth striker with under five minutes to go. In the last minute, Eryn Ritchat-Fontaine drove a perfect ball it into the Ladner box, creating a goal-mouth scramble converted by Henley on the last kick of the game. The game was now headed to a 20 minute overtime. With the girls battling through injury and fatigue extra time produced little in the

way of chances as both teams played it safe and penalty kicks would be needed. Jasmine Baye’s spotkick gave Williams Lake a 1-0 lead and it was goalkeeper Sam Delacherois making a diving save on the final Ladner shot to give the Storm the provincial title. An injured Ashley Straza led the ensuing on-field celebration followed by captain Morgan Schofield named tournament MVP and raising the championship trophy. “It’s pretty special. The girls have gone up against the best

in the province and won, they deserve to be champions,” notes coach Moger. “They are such a special group of girls and parents and supporters; they have earned their place in Williams Lake history.” Williams Lake had a difficult road to the final playing in a Pool B against Coquitlam, Prospect Lake and Nelson. The tournament kicked off Thursday with a tough loss to the Prospect Lake. Williams Lake went down 2-0 in the first 10 minutes of the game after a slow start. Despite dominating

possession the Storm could only come within one goal in a 2-1 loss. The lone marker came from Kara Zurak converting a penalty kick. The loss put Williams Lake in a must-win situation for game two and they emerged victors after a hard-earned 2-0 win against a strong Nelson team Friday. Henley scored both goals in the match. A draw between Prospect Lake and Nelson left the door open for Williams Lake to advance to the finals with another win. After an early goal from Henley, the

Storm buckled down on defense and an outstanding effort from goalkeeper Delacherois preserved a 1-0 win over Coquitlam and a spot in the provincial final. “The girls did this for each other, they are such a tight-knit group and refused to let each other down. Watching them over this weekend makes me proud to be associated with the team and with Williams Lake.,” added coach Mann. The Storm would also like to thank manager Shirlie Delacherois.


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Talic celebrates 10 years of soccer in lakecity Sean Glanville Cariboo Advisor Saibo Talic was back in Williams Lake for his 10th year running his European Football School camp. This year 95 aspiring young soccer players ages 7-19 participated in the weeklong event from July 8-12. “I am always very pleased with the quality of players from Williams Lake. I see a lot of potential from the kids and it is always a pleasure to be here,” said Talic. Talic, a former professional soccer player from Bosnia of the for-

mer Yugoslavia, arrived in B.C. 20 years ago. “Back during the Yugoslavia civil war in 1993 I decided to move to Vancouver,” said Talic. He has worked with B.C. Soccer and Club Croatia of the

Vancouver Metro Soccer League and Capilano University’s soccer program. Each season Talic takes a group of his top boys and girls players to Europe for a tournament including five former students from Williams Lake. “I have brought teams to Europe from B.C. now 18 times and players from here have included Teara Mohr, Braeden Tanis, Vanessa Hansen, Isabella Ruby and Jake Walsh,” said Talic. It was Tanis’ parents Jim and Jamie along with Brent Ruby who

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initially brought Talic to the lakecity back in 2003. At the time they likely had no idea the EFS would become an annual staple with the Williams Lake Youth Soccer Association and have the success it has. “ The people involved in soccer in Williams Lake do a fantastic job. Brian (Hansen), Paula (Freeman), Brenda (Mann) and everyone else do a great job for the kids,” adds Talic. Talic keeps a close eye on talented youngsters from the Cariboo and he has them travel to Vancouver on a monthly basis to take part in weekend training sessions alongside some of his local players. He hopes to bring in some top-level coaches near the end of August to town including Marco Toppmoller from Bayern Munich and Leo Van Veen

from Ajax. The EFS was divided into 7-12 year olds with morning sessions and the 13-19 year olds training in the afternoons. His coaches included UEFA A License Coach Igor Matic, and three of his former students. His students include Stuart Elliot who plays professionally in Holland, Chris Barron in his third year on the Queen’s University (Kingston, ON) men’s soccer team, and goalkeeper coach Ryan Riston who plays in the Vancouver Metro Soccer League.



Job Summary: Under the direction of the Executive Director, the Administrative Assistance is responsible for providing reception and clerical support to the Executive Director, Volunteer Services Coordinator, volunteers and Board of the Society, between the hours of 9:00am and 1:30pm weekdays. Qualifications: • Certified training and updated skills in Microsoft Office programs (Word, Excel, Access, Desktop Publishing and Internet. Experience with QuickBooks an asset. • Have successful background in all aspects of Administrative support: including correspondence, file management, financial and general record-keeping and the preparation of promotional materials. • Have a valid drivers license and vehicle to use for errands. • Be compassionate and motivated to work in the field of palliative care and bereavement support. Please deliver cover letter and resume with references to: Central Cariboo Hospice. In person: 530 - 4th Avenue N., Williams Lake (basement of nurses residence) between 9:00am and 12:00 weekdays: by mail: 517 - 6th Avenue N., Williams Lake V2G 2G8 or by email: cchospice@telus.net. Complete job description available upon request. Deadline for applications: Friday, July 19 at noon.

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The Salvation Army need volunteers for teaching crafts Monday, 1:00 - 2:30, supplies provided. Please call Melissa at the Drop In, 250-305-2492 The Williams Lake Lions Club is once again doing, “Project “911 Reflective house address signs”. Single side are $16.00 and double side are $27.00 includes taxes. A minimum of 200 signs must be ordered. If you want to purchase a sign please pick up and drop off your order forms at one of the following: Clarke’s General Store, 150 Mile Husky Center, Valley General Store, Wildwood Foods Ltd, Burgess Plumbing, Cool Clear Water, Schickworks, Speedpro.

Contact Lions Eleanor or Bob Donker at 250620-0503 for more info. Email: eleanor@donker. ca

Performances in the Park, Boitanio Park, July 18, 6pm=8pm: Youth Fiddlers and When the Walls Bend.

Royal Canadian Mounted Police Musical Ride Thursday, Jul 18 6:30pm - Thursday, Jul 18 8:30pm. While they last, tickets are available at Margetts Meat Market, J & E Gifts, Taylor Made Cakes and Sweets, and the Williams Lake RCMP Detachment. Tickets are $10.00 for adults and $5.00 for children 12 and under. The horse stables will be open to the public from 9:00am until 9:00pm on July 18, except during show times. Proceeds from ticket sales will be donated to the community.

Billy Barker Days, Thursday, July 18 12:00am - Sunday, July 21 12:00am. Free family festival includes music, shooting star midway, rodeo, mud bogs and much more! Visit: www.billybarkerdays.ca for more information.



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Gibraltar Mine Tour, Thursday, July 18, 10am-4pm Thursday. Tours are available free to the public. Space is extremely limited, please phone the Williams Lake & District Chamber of commerce to reserve your spot on the tour. TRU is running its first ever Discovery Summer Camp for kids ages 10 -13, July 15 - 19. The camp charges $130 per participant in order to cover costs. It is a nonprofit summer camp. TRU Discovery Camp was designed to introduce kids to the University in a fun way. They will be experiencing the campus as well as the labs and facilities. Activities and games are highlighted along with learning and crafts. We have room for 20 participants. Film Screening, Thursday, July 18 7:00pm. The Portrait - Directed by Hubert Davis. It’s the opportunity of a lifetime for artist Phil Richards, who’s been commissioned to create Canada’s official portrait of her Majesty Queen Elizabeth 11 for

her Diamond Jubilee. Williams Lake Farmers Market. Every Friday, in Boitanio Park until 9am-2pm, until October 11. Cops for Cancer BBQ. Friday, July 19 11:00am - Friday, Jul 19 2:00pm. Cops for Cancer BBQ at Williams Lake & District Credit Union from 11:00 am - 2:00 pm. Weekend Seminar at Gendun Drubpa Buddhist Centre Peaceful Living/ Peaceful Dying from a Buddhist perspective. Join us as Venerable Tenzin Chogkyi provides us with a detailed guide and specific instructions for the death process as well as prayers and practices to aid the transition. Friday, July 19th - Monday, July 22nd 778-412-7780 gendundrubpa@shaw.ca Discovery Coast Music Festival, Bella Coola BC. Saturday, July 20 12:00am - Sunday, Jul 21 12:00am. Enjoy exciting live performances from all across Canada admits the coastal wilderness landscape of Bella Coola, B.C. Alexis Creek Daze are coming up Saturday, July 20th from 10am to 10pm in the Alexis Creek community grounds. There will be arts and entertainment, music, sports, benefits, food and more. The family fun day starts with horseback and cyclist poker rides, activities in afternoon include

concessions, vendors with crafts, food and wares, horsemanship demonstration, children’s games, talent show, beer garden, arm wrestling and horseshoe tournaments, dinner, auction and slide show presentation by Chris Czajkowski after dinner. 14th Annual Horsefly Town-wide Yard Sale. Sunday, July 21st. 9am to 4pm. Info at local museum 250-620-0544 or at 250-620-3597. Maps available 19th in local grocery store. Registration & map fees donated between the Horsefly Senior’s grou[ and Xmas hamper fund. Performances in the Park, Boitanio Park, July 25, 6pm=8pm: Williams Lake’s Got Talent and New Journey. Scout Island Healthy by Nature Evening. Monday, July 29 6:30pm-8pm. Scout Island Nature Centre will be hosting a Healthy by Nature evening. Paddle the Puddle in a Voyager Canoe! All ages are welcome; kids with an adult. Bring your own life jacket! South Cariboo Garlic Festival 2013, Saturday, Aug 24 9:00am - Sunday, Aug 25 5:00pm. Come check out the 2013 South Cariboo Garlic Festival at the Garlic Festival Grounds on hwy 97 in Lac La Hache! Live entertainment, food and much more! Admission is $12.00 for adults and children 12 and under are FREE.


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Skewered vegetable kabobs on the barbecue Summertime never seems to stick around long enough for me. I love being in the outdoors during the summer and I get real pleased when I can barbecue every day of the week, if I the inclination strikes me. A few years ago Dave Prentice gave me the best barbecue book that is on the market with over 500 pages of barbecue recipes and cooking hints, from around the world. The book is ‘The Barbecue Bible’ by Steven Raichelen and I have spent some time lately going through it to find different reci-

pes. I think this guy has one of the best jobs as he travels around the world eating, tasting and exchanging recipes along with meeting the many folks who do the cooking. Raichelen uses many different methods of cooking on the barbecue no matter if it is a gas or charcoal unit.

I have started to use the large charcoal chunks in BBQ cooking. I like the taste of the food when cooked this way. Put some alder on the coals and use some tin foil for a tent to put over top of whatever it is you are cooking and you get a really nice wood smoke to add a great taste. You can do every meal of the day on the barbecue if you wish and when you are cooking outdoors the food always seems to taste a little better! Here’s a simple vegetable barbecue recipe that can add a nice variety to your next

meal. Skewered Vegetable kabobS One-half pound whole small mushrooms One and one-half pounds small zucchini cut into one inch slices Ten to sixteen cherry tomatoes Eight to twelve pineapple chunks Italian salad dressing or marinade mixture of your choice Wash mushrooms; remove and discard stems. Place mushrooms, sliced zucchini, and cherry tomatoes in salad dressing. Let marinate in refrigerator for

at least 4 hours. Drain vegetables, reserving marinade. Thread vegetables alternately with pineapple onto skewers. Cook on grill over medium heat for about 10 minutes, turning occasionally and basting with reserved marinade. Vegetable kabobs serves 4 to 6. Vegie Kabobs can be served with a variety of meats and fish… you can also vary the veggies to be included on the kabob skewer. Enjoy outdoor barbecue cooking this summer. Your taste buds will love you. Bye for now and good cooking.


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A-STEEL SHIPPING DRY STORAGE CONTAINERS Used 20’40’45’53 in stock. SPECIAL 44’ x 40’ Container Shop w/steel trusses $13,800! Sets up in one day! 40’ Containers under $2500! Call Toll Free Also JD 544 & 644 wheel loaders JD 892D LC Excavator Ph. 1-866-528-7108 Delivery BC and AB www.rtccontainer.com

Misc. for Sale 1000 gallon fuel tank. $1150 obo. 250-302-1265

$44.99 plus HST

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Sport Utility Vehicle

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

1997 GMC Jimmy. 4.3L V6, 4WD, 255,000 km. Auto, red exterior, grey interior. Priced for quick sale. $2150. OBO. 250-302-1265

some restrictions apply

Rentals Duplex / 4 Plex


1981 Meadowbrook 1 ¡ [ ¡ 2 Bdrm. 1 Bath (Chilcotin Estates MHP)

2001 Ford F150 V-8, Auto, well maintained, remote starter. $6000. OBO (250)392-2504 2001 Ford F150 XL. 238,500 kms, 1 owner, grey cloth interior, Alpine stereo. Rhino lined box, tinted windows. $4500 OBO. 250-302-1265


2005 Yukon Good condition! Leather interior, Sunroof, DVD player. 220,000kms Well maintained. Asking $10,000. Call (250)392-5787

1989 17.5 ft Canaventura, inboard/outboard motor $5500 OBO (250)398-4173

Auto Accessories/Parts

199 ModXlLQe 1 ¡ [ ¡ 3 Bdrm. 1 Bath (Comer Hill MHP) $59,400


Heavy Duty Machinery


Avail. Aug 1st 6bdrm duplex, 2 1/2 baths, w/d, n/s n/d $1100/mo +util. r/r Call Carol at (250)392-2201

$200 & Under

WANTED: Old lever action Winchester rifles and carbines. Call (250)791-6369


20 ACRES FREE! Own 60 acres for 40 acre price/payment $0 Down, $198/mo. Money Back Guarantee, No Credit Checks. Beautiful Views, West Texas. Call 1800-843-7537. www.texaslandbuys.com

Guinea Fowl, males, lavender. $25 each or trade for some females. 250-747-8402

Overhead garage door, 4 panels, metal, 9’x7’. All parts included.$200 OBO. 250-3988183


1987-88-89 Nissan trucks. 4x4, 2wd, 4 cyl. Complete or parts. Call evenings 250-392-7064 Cash or Horse trade.

Cars - Domestic 1995 Dodge Neon. One owner, low mileage 111.000 kms, A/C. Good condition. Asking $2250. 250-398-6482 ask for Glenda.

1973 ,PSerLal 12¡[5 ¡ 2 Bdrm, 1 bath $2 ,995 00 obo


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Other Areas

Mobile Homes & Parks

Auctions Estate Auction Saturday, August 10th @ 11:30AM 2159 Williams Rd., Quesnel Phone BC Auctions: (250)992-2459/(250)983-1239 For complete List. No viewing prior to Sale Day.

Real Estate

1992 Oakland 26’ RV in excellent condition. Complete new under carriage including wheels, brakes and heavy duty axles. Winter package including enclosed plumbing and double storm window. 4 burner propane stove with oven and mic, A/C. Has never been smoked in. $11,000 OBO. 2002 GMC 2500 Sierra HD Duramax diesel with Allison transmission available to be sold separately or as a pkg. Call 250799-5440

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1980 Ma\IaLr 24¡ [ 48¡ 3 Bdrm. 2 Bath (Northside Village MHP)

Cars - Sports & Imports

1992 :LQĂ€eld 2 ¡ [ 48¡ 2 Bdrm. 2 Bath (103 Mile House MHP) $99,000 FOR MORE DETAILS Call 1200 Mackenzie Ave @ Hwy 97 (Beside the Husky) www.bobpatersonhomes.com

2007 Honda Accord EXL. sedan. Fully loaded, navigation system, one owner, clean. Asking $13,500 . Call Kevin 250-392-1592

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Sale of the Year NOW

$26,502 06 DODGE CUMMINS 3500

Stk# 11T207

Was $28,995






2012 FORD F150 PLATINUM Full 07 CHEV SILVERADO PW, PDL, Air, Tilt. Was $24,995 Load, Beautiful Truck. Stk# 13T132A Was $44,987 Stk# 13T104A


426 HP, Auto, Convertible. Stk# 13T025A Was $39,975


$17,274 07 CHEV SILVERADO 1500 PW, PDL,

Air, Bose Stereo. Stk# 13T128A

Was $18,798






Only 89,000 km. Stk# 13T043C


PW, PDL, Air Sunroof, 4 Wheel Disc Brakes. Stk# 13T140BB Was $11,662

Was $15,768



88,000 km, PW, PDL, Air, Tilt. Stk# 9380 Was $28,995





$28,129 2013 GMC TERRAIN



PW, PDL, Air, Only 21,000 km. PW, PDL, Light Interior, Low KM. Stk# 9383 Was $29,867 Stk# 9389 Was $21,497


PW, PDL, Running Boards, Air, Tilt, Cruise. Stk# 13T140AA Was $17,867

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$11,135 $11,500

$17,355 05 DODGE RAM 1500

5.7L Hemi, After Market Wheels. Stk# 9383 Was $18,567


Stk# 9385


Full Load, Leather, DVD. Was $12,995 Stk# 13T015B Was $12,985


Loaded Leather.

Was $9,999





Sto + Go Seating. Stk# 12T075AA

Was $7,995



$4,277 03 DODGE DAKOTA

Stk# 12C636A


Was $6,495 Stk# 12T110B

Was $5,995


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Stk# 9384


Was $8,995

On approved credit. Price does not include taxes, insurance and fees.