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Volume 27 Issue 49 In case of a serious Emergency call 911 FIRE ……………….911 AMBULANCE …….911 POLICE …………...288-6400 CLINIC …………….288-4800 Ile-x Hospital ..……833-2016 Kids Help Line 1-800-668-6868

CIPI TV BINGO Friday, December 16th, 2011 7:30 pm on Channel 13 / Cable 5 Early Bird - $2.00 for a 3-up Two Lines: $200.00 Win LOONIE POTS on all 4 series.

Loonie Pot - $5000.00 2nd Loonie Pot - $1500.00 1st & 2nd Series One Line/4 Corners: $75.00 Two Lines: $100.00 Letter X: $125.00 Large Frame: $150.00 Blackout: $300.00 Bonanza Roving “T” $100.00 Sputnik - $200.00 Blackout: $3000 in 50#’s or less Consolation: $300 Last Chance Game Crazy “L” - $100.00 Rotating Half House - $200 1st Blackout: $800 2nd Blackout: $200 Cards are: $2.00 for 1st & 2nd series $5.00 for Special Bonanza $5.00 for 3-up Last Chance License Number MB11-0012

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Bulletin Inserts: Archdiocese of Keewatin - The Pas/Hamilton Diocese - LITURGY CHANGES COMING -- 9 There are many changes in the words spoken by the priest. These changes have been made in order to bring the English text in line with the Latin text and to express more fully the rich meaning of the prayers of the Church. Many of the prayers are biblically inspired and the new translations will make this obvious. One example will illustrate this point. During the past forty years, we have become familiar with these words, spoken by the priest in the Third Eucharistic Prayer: From age to age you gather a people to yourself, so that from east to west a perfect offering may be made to the glory of your name. The new text, a more accurate translation of the Latin reads: and you never cease to gather a people to yourself, so that from the rising of the sun to its setting a pure sacrifice may be offered to your name. These words echo the words found in the Book of the Prophet Malachi (1.11) Furthermore, they highlight the eternal offering rather than a geographical or spatial offering of the one pure sacrifice offered to God. The few changes in posture for the assembly are specified in the new edition of the General Instruction of the Roman Missal (the document which provides the instructions for celebrating Mass). During the Presentation of the Gifts, the priest invites all to pray, saying: Pray brothers and sisters that your sacrifice and mine may be acceptable to God, the almighty Father. All stand and then respond with the words: May the Lord accept the sacrifice at your hands Another change is more of a clarification, in that the approved gesture for the sign of peace is a handshake or a bow. There is no mention of any words being exchanged at this moment. A third change is related to approaching Communion. As each person approaches the minister to receive Communion he or she is asked to make a simple bow of the head. This is a sign of reverence in immediate preparation for the act of receiving Communion, which, in Canada, is to be received standing. This gesture is not repeated again when receiving Communion from the chalice. Other personal expressions of piety or devotion, such as profound bows or genuflections are not appropriate. A common gesture of reverence is desirable to foster the unity of faith which Communion expresses. One of the new dismissal texts in the Roman Missal states: Go in peace, glorifying the Lord by your life. To these words, we say: Thanks be to God. May the new words of the Mass and our attentiveness to the common postures and gestures in the liturgy lead all of us to take up this commission with renewed commitment.


MDeez New Releases - December 13th , 2011 Planet of the Apes

Fright Night

King Fu Panda 2

Tanner Hall

Judy Muody & the NOT Bummer Summer

Tickets on Sale!!! Charlie Pride Monday, May 28, 2012 La Ronge, SK $50 per ticket - Available here @ CIPI

NO BINGO December 25th & January 1st New Northern Hours Monday - Sunday 9:00am to 9:00pm Lotto Promotion

May the blessing and the joy of Christmas season be with you throughout the coming year!

Season’s Greetings from CIPI Board & Staff

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Tuesday, December 20th, 2011 7:30 pm on Channel 13 / Cable 5 Early Bird - $2.00 for a 3-up Two Lines: $200.00 Win LOONIE POT on all 4 series.

Loonie Pot - $5000.00 2nd Loonie Pot - $2100 1st & 2nd Series One Line/4 Corners: $75.00 Two Lines: $100.00 Letter X: $125.00 Large Frame: $150.00 Blackout: $300.00

Bonanza Roving “T” $100.00 Sputnik - $200.00 Blackout: $3000 in 52#’s or less Consolation: $300 Last Chance Game Crazy “L” - $100.00 Rotating Half House - $200 1st Blackout: $800 2nd Blackout: $200 Cards are: $2.00 for 1st & 2nd series $5.00 for Special Bonanza $5.00 for 3-up Last Chance License Number MB11-0012

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Job description for Power Line Technician Apprentice - Job number662292 Location: Various SK locations, Saskatchewan Posted date24-Nov-2011 Closing date13-Jan-2012 SaskPower´s Power Line Technicians play a vital role in bringing electricity to homes and industry in Saskatchewan. We will be accepting resumes until January 13, 2012 for this opportunity. Those selected to participate in the selection process will be contacted approximately lateFebruary 2012. As a Power Line Technician Apprentice, under supervision you would: Learn to construct, repair and maintain the power pole lines and underground cable systems. Learn basic climbing skills, safety procedures, tool/ material use, and bucket truck operation before moving on to more complex technical skills and challenging assignments. Work outside in the sunshine (or rain and snow) at various heights. Handle large, bulky, and often heavy materials or equipment. Share the satisfaction of helping restore power to customers at any time of the day or night. If you like physical hands-on work, love the outdoors, aren´t afraid of heights, and enjoy being part of a team; then this might be the career for you! To be considered for this opportunity you must:  have Grade 11 with Grade 11 Math and Science, or Grade 12 or equivalent with Grade 11 Math and Science,  be very physically fit to meet the challenge of extremely physically demanding work in all types of weather,  possess a valid Class 5 driver´s licence,  be eligible to obtain a Class 1A driver's licence,  me capable of working at heights on poles,  have an aptitude for line technician work as measured by our comprehensive assessment process, and  be mobile and willing to relocate within Saskatchewan. This position falls within the scope of the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW), Local 2067; and the starting wage in this apprentice program is

$23.27/hour. Those selected will be required to participate in an assessment process consisting of an interview and two ability tests. Based on the results of the assessment, we select candidates to attend a one-week skills assessment at our training centre in Weyburn. During this oneweek training you will learn basic power line tade skills including climbing poles, hanging cross-arms, digging trenches, and setting poles. Climbing poles requires you to work your way up a power pole using a harness and spurs. The average height of the power poles is 40 feet. From the pool of successful candidates in this process, we will select individuals for our training crew who will be hired on a probationary period. After the probationary period is complete, successful employees will then report to one of our construction crews to begin our 4-year apprenticeship program. Those unsuccessful in obtaining a position in the apprenticeship program may be considered for future labourer opportunities at SaskPower. SaskPower offers challenging careers, attractive benefits, workplace development, and great opportunities for employees to become involved in their communities. If interested in this opportunity, please apply below before January 13, 2012. To be considered for this opportunity, your application must be accompanied by a copy of your high school transcripts, valid driver´s license, and a driver's abstract. You have the option of attaching these documents when you apply on-line before January 13 ----or your application/resume and/or above mentioned accompaning documents must reach our office no later than January 20 if you submit them making clear reference to position #CAAR662292 by mail to SaskPower, Human Resources, 2025 Victoria Avenue, Regina, SK, S4P 0S1; OR fax your documents to (306)566.2087 to the attention of Sheila.

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Polar Oils Ltd Holiday Hours

The Farmer’s Divorce

Will be closed for the Christmas Holidays at Noon on Friday, December 23, 2011 and will re-open Wednesday, December 28, 2011. Will also be closed on Friday, December 30, 2011 and will re-open on January 3rd, 2012. PLEASE PLAN AHEAD FOR YOUR FUEL NEEDS Emergency callouts during this time will be billed a flat fee of $300 plus your fuel order. (This will depend on the availability of a driver, as this is their holiday) Emergency callouts must be paid in cash before the truck leaves the yard. We at Polar Oils Ltd. Would like to wish you and your family a Safe and Happy Holiday.

Country Gospel & Old Tyme Dance December 31st, 2011 Cole Bay Hall New Year’s 1pm - 8pm - Gospel Eve 6pm - Supper 8pm - 1am: Old Tyme Dance Admission: $5 - 18 & under $10 - Adults Canteen available throughout the day Coffee & snacks are free

 50/50 Draws  Texas Hold’em  Silent Auction

A farmer walked into an attorney’s office wanting to file for a divorce. The attorney asked, “May I help you?” The Farmer said, “Yea, I want to get one of those dayvorces.” The attorney said, “Well do you have any grounds?” The farmer said, “Yea, I got 40 acres.” The attorney said, “No, you don't understand, do you have a case?” The farmer said, “No, I don’t have a Case, but I have a John Deere.” The attorney said, “ No you don’t understand, I mean do you have a grudge?” The farmer said, “Yea I got a grudge, that’s where I park my John Deere.” The attorney said, “No sir, I mean do you have a suit?” The farmer said, “Yes sir, I got a suit. I wear it in church on Sundays.” The exasperated attorney said, “Well sir, does your wife beat you up or anything?” The farmer said, “No sir, we both get up at 4:30.” Finally, the attorney says, “Okay, let me put it this way. WHY DO YOU WANT A DIVORCE?” And the farmer says, “well, I can never have a meaningful conversation with her.” CIPI Office will be CLOSED December 23rd, 26th, 30th & January 2nd. Have an enjoyable Christmas holiday with family & friends.

Proceeds going towards Michael Daigneault & Heather Gardiner Wedding

Christmas Eve Mass - Dec. 24th @ 7:30pm

Mayor & Council would like to wish you and your family a Merry Christmas & a Happy New Year! CIPI Newsletter – December 16th, 2011


NOW HIRING! STUDENTS ENCOURAGED TO APPLY FOR SUMMER JOBS The Government of Saskatchewan is encouraging students to apply now for summer positions with the public service. "We're opening our application process earlier this year to accommodate those students who like to apply for jobs well in advance," Minister responsible for the Public Service Commission June Draude said. "There is a wide range of exciting opportunities available for students, they really play an important role in ensuring services continue to be provided as regular employees take summer holidays." In 2010, the province hired more than 750 students to work in various ministries, and in positions across the province. Jobs ranged from highway crew members and park gate attendants to researchers and office relief workers. Amy Deibert is a student at the University of Regina and worked for the Public Service Commission as a summer student in 2011. Amy's job was to help match hiring managers and students. "I was surprised to discover such a variety of opportunities - working outside in one of Saskatchewan's beautiful parks, helping in government offices, or on a highway crew," Deibert said. "There are also jobs that provide experience in students' fields of study." Previous students like Amy have expressed their appreciation at working in the public service for the summer. In fact, many hope to find a job in the public service once their education is complete. "These students are the talent we need to attract to ensure the public service continues in the future," Draude said. "A summer job is a great way for them to experience our workplace and plan to come back once they've finished school." While the majority of students are hired from May to the end of August, there are also opportunities available throughout the year, including co-op work terms, student jobs and internships. For more information visit http://www.psc.gov.sk.ca.

B.R.R.H.A. Holiday Hours December 23 - OPEN December 27 - CLOSED December 30 - OPEN 9-5 January 2 - CLOSED Back to Regular Hours January 3rd, 2012. Emergencies call toll free: 1-866-400-2379. Merry Christmas & Happy New Year from Beaver River Regional Housing Authority Board & Staff

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Christmas Lights Contest House Category Entry Fee $10

Window Category Entry Fee $5

Deadline for entries: Dec. 19th @ 3pm Judging will take place on Monday, December 19th from 7-9pm

Santa Claus is watching YOU! And remember Christmas is Jesus’ Birthday!

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LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR’S 2011 CHRISTMAS MESSAGE

Beauval Recreation Home Bingo

As I near the end of my time as Lieutenant Governor, I have been reflecting on the remarkable experience of serving as Her Majesty's representative in Saskatchewan. I have been fortunate to visit every region of our beautiful province, from the majestic Nistowiak Falls and the expansive Athabasca Sand Dunes in the north, to the wide open prairies and vast grasslands of the south. It has been very easy to serve as Lieutenant Governor in a province where the people are so welcoming and supportive. I have enjoyed spending time with senior citizens - War Brides and Veterans, and retirees - who are such active volunteers. I have been deeply impressed by the youth I have met. There are so many young people who are pursuing educational goals and making community service a priority. My time as Lieutenant Governor has made me even more grateful to call Saskatchewan home, and even more optimistic about our future.

Cards are $2.00 each  Sputnik - WINNER  Blackout - $ 500.00 30 numbers were called to start with and 1 number will be called daily during the CIPI morning show @ 10:30am. Two numbers will be called per day from December 12th to 16th. If you have a Bingo, call 288-2064.

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Radio Announcer (3/4 time position) Deadline: Tuesday, December 20th @ 3pm Send resume to: CIPI Box 49 Beauval, Sask., S0M 0G0 Fax: 288-2033 Email: cipi@sasktel.net More information call Fred @ 288-2222

Clinic will be CLOSED December 26th & 27th January 2nd

Happy Holidays from the Beauval Clinic Staff

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CIPI TV BINGO

Parents/Guardians of First Communion & Confirmation

Sunday, December 18th, 2011 7:30 pm on Channel 13 / Cable 5 Early Bird - $2.00 for a 3-up

Child’s Next Lesson - January 8th, 2012

Win LOONIE POTS on all 4 series.

Reminder: the fee of $15.00 must be paid for your child to get the material.

Two Lines: $200.00 Loonie Pot - $5000.00 2nd Loonie Pot - $1800.00 1st & 2nd Series One Line/4 Corners: $75.00 Two Lines: $100.00 Letter X: $125.00 Large Frame: $150.00 Blackout: $300.00

Community Facility Fundraising Committee will be selling tickets on Sunday, December 18th. Three (3) Draws for:

Bonanza Roving “T” $100.00 Sputnik - $200.00 Blackout: $3000 in 51#’s or less Consolation: $300 Last Chance Game Crazy “L” - $100.00 Rotating Half House - $200 1st Blackout: $800 2nd Blackout: $200 Cards are:

1. GIANT CHRISTMAS STOCKING 2. FOOD HAMPER 3. HAM & TURKEY Tickets are $1.00 each and can be bought from CIPI, MDEEZ, NORTHERN, ENGLISH RIVER Your donations are needed and can be dropped off @ CIPI. Thank You. Merry Christmas & Happy New Year

$2.00 for 1st & 2nd series $5.00 for Special Bonanza $5.00 for 3-up Last Chance License Number MB11-0012

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Get a Head Start on your New Year’s Resolution! Lose weight, Quit smoking, Call mom more often, Learn that crazy text message language, Say I love you to your spouse/ kids more often, Forgive and forget because what goes around comes around, The list can go on and on…. Here’s an idea, have you ever heard the saying “There, I did my good deed for today!” well maybe that good deed thing can be your permanent New Year’s Resolution. You don’t only feel good about yourself but you also make that someone feel special and everyone needs that affection every once and awhile. There are so many ways to show you have done a good deed and it does not only include a physical gesture to someone. It may also be… 1. Respect Personal Space – The “Personal Bubble” The invasion of someone’s personal bubble can put you on someone’s blacklist for good. Personal space requires: Public Space ranges from 12 to 25 feet, Social Space ranges from 4 to 10 feet, personal space ranges from 2 to 4 feet and intimate space ranges out to 1 foot. 2. Consider Your Language and Theirs – Considering language depends on how well we listen, and how we talk, be specific but brief. Everyone has two ears and one mouth and why not use them properly. Concentrate on the person you are listening to and change your focus from “What’s in it for me?” to “What can I do to help?” Do what it takes to “EARN” the help you

might need on a rainy day. Always have the prospective of “GIVERS ALWAYS GAIN” 3. Never Forget the Value of Trust – When you refer one person to another, you’re putting your reputation on the line. Consider this: You have to be able to trust your referral and be trusted in return. Neither you nor anyone else will refer a contact or valuable information to someone who can’t be trusted to handle it well. Once you’ve done an effective job at selling your trust to another you will be rewarded with “RESPECT”. All in all what it all comes down to is yet another great saying that goes back thousands of years…“Neither shall you bear false witness against your neighbour." If you do not know where this saying comes from it is in fact one of the 10 Commandments. This little message is just an idea for those who wish to start “Practicing” or even getting a “Head Start” on their New Year’s Resolution before the big day arrives. We all know that New Year Resolutions are hard to keep, you try it for a couple of months then forget about it. But, just keep in mind the #1 reason why you should pick a resolution and one that best suits you and something you will stick to for 1 whole year is…the peace and mind that you so much deserve when you can accomplish a one year commitment you can accomplish anything your heart desires!

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