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CIPI N e w s l e t t e r

February 18th, 2011

Volume 27 Issue 6

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, February 18th, 2011 7:30 pm on Channel 13 / Cable 5 Early Bird - $2.00 for a 3-up Two Lines: $200.00 Loonie Pot # is 1st # called on Early Bird

Win LOONIE POT on all 4 series.

Loonie Pot - $1000.00

1st & 2nd Series One Line: $50.00 Two Lines: $75.00 Letter X: $100.00 Large Frame: $125.00 Blackout: $300.00

Bonanza

CIPI Sweetheart Poker Rally Results CIPI hosted the Sweetheart Poker Rally on Saturday, February 12, 2011. There was a total of 34 riders and a total of 41 ghost riders that participated and enjoyed the ride to Sandy Lake. The results are as follows: High Hand - 1st - $300.00 - Jerrod Bell (311 points) 2nd - $160.00 - Marylyne Belanger - (297 points) 3rd - $100.00 - Gwen Gauthier - (294 points) Low Hand - 1st - $200.00 - Joanna Natomagan - (76 Points) 2nd - $120.00 - Ryan Couillonneur - (85 points) 3rd - $70.00 - Allan Roy - (107 points)

NORTEP/NORPAC Is accepting applications for the fall of 2011. Students can enroll in the Bachelor of Education program. They can also take 1st, 2nd, and 3rd year Arts and Science course that will lead them into a variety of university programs at both the University of Saskatchewan and University of Regina. Applicants must have:  Northern Resident Status  Grade 12 or qualify for Mature Entrance if 21 years old and over

Roving Small Kite $100.00 Sputnik - $200.00 Blackout: $3000 in 54#’s or less Consolation: $300

Application packages are available at your local school, Board members, town and Band offices or call NORTEP/NORPAC in La Ronge at (306) 425-4411.

Last Chance Game

Application Deadline: March 3, 3011

Crazy 7 - $100.00 Rotating Half House - $200 Blackout: $1000 Cards are: $2.00 for 1st & 2nd series $5.00 for Special Bonanza $5.00 for 3-up Last Chance License Number J10-0006

CIPI Office will be closed Monday, February 21st, 2011 for Family Day… Enjoy the long weekend with your whole family


MDeez New Releases - February 15th, 2011

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Under grown O N G Bak 3 Group Sex Dirty Movie You will Meet a Tall

Dark Stranger The Diplomat Hatchet II Red Hill Unstoppable Pure Country 2 The Gift

$5,000 CIPI RADIO & TV BINGO Sunday, February 27th, 2011 at 7:30 pm 1st & 2nd Series -Single Bonanza One Line or the 4 Corners - $100.00 Two Lines - $150.00 Letter X - $200.00 Roving Half House - $250.00 Blackout - $500.00 $2.00 each for a single bonanza. Bonanza Roving Block of 9 - $300.00 Blackout - $1000.00 $5.00 for a 3-up Orange & Blue Bonanza Last Chance Crazy 7 - $300.00 Blackout-$1000.00 Bingo License #J10-0006 9

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Tuesday, February 22nd , 2011 7:30 pm on Channel 13 / Cable 5 Early Bird - $2.00 Each Two Lines: $200.00 Loonie Pot # is 1st # called on Early Bird

Loonie Pot - $2000.00 *

1st & 2nd Series One Line: $50.00 Two Lines: $75.00 Letter X: $100.00 Large Frame: $125.00 Blackout: $300.00

Bonanza Roving Small Kite $100.00 Sputnik - $200.00 Blackout: $3000.00 in *56#’s or less Consolation: $300

Last Chance Game Crazy 7 - $100.00 Rotating Half House - $200 Blackout: $1000.00 Cards are: $2.00 for 1st & 2nd series $5.00 for Special Bonanza $5.00 for 3-up Last Chance License Number J10-0006

*Unless previously won

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CIPI Newsletter – February 18th, 2011

288-2222 or 288-2001 Requests: 288-2230 Fax: 288-2033 email: cipi@sasktel.net website: www.cipiradio.com Saturday

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Ile a la Crosse Residential School Meeting Update and Report Submitted by Ruth Gardiner-Roy

It was a good trip on the ice road to Ile a la Crosse last Thursday February 10 2011. There were already quite a few people gathered before noon at the Sakitawak Entertainment Centre; some were waiting to register and have their photos taken for their Metis cards and others waiting for the meal prepared for the occasion. Nihta pina wasoowuck eekooti iskweewak :o) Lunch was served and the meeting began shortly after 1 pm that afternoon with well over 150 people in attendance. There were elders from Buffalo Narrows, Dillon, Turnor Lake, Patuanak, Cole Bay, Jans Bay, Ile a la Crosse, Pinehouse and Beauval. The meeting was broadcast live on MBC radio and also live on CILX cable and radio. With the sprinkle of candidates and politicians into the mix along with Metis politicians it was indeed an interesting meeting. The co-chairs Jim Durocher and Louis Gardiner called the meeting to order and various delegates gave their speeches and welcoming comments. The most information in regards to updated information regarding the Ile a la Crosse residential boarding school came from Metis Nation Council President Clem Chartier. His information gathered which he shared showed that a lot more work and research and decisions need to be made. The Merchant Law Group had started a class action lawsuit with only a handful of students who went to school back then and to date the lawyers there are not willing to come to the people directly to explain it all. Information was gathered and collected but a lot more needs to be compiled regarding the people and their attendance also which was it the federal or provincial government that supplemented .60 cents a day to the school for each child back then. Lots more data needs to be

collected and brought forth. Truth and Reconciliation Commission speaker Willie Littlechild also shared interesting information in regards to how treaty people, day students and those who attended Indian Residential Schools were given compensation. In our community alone we have those who received such payments, those who attended legitimately and are still waiting for payment and we have those who were not eligible that applied and received funds. A flawed agreement indeed when two schools back then were operated and run the same way day to day yet one is recognized for compensation and the other not! Almost made me want to become a historical researcher and gather the information to argue that case in court alongside them lawyers. It was interesting to be there and listen to the speakers from different communities who took advantage in sharing their experience or opinion on how things should proceed in regards to trying to make progress. It was close to 5 pm and after all was said and done a committee with a volunteer member from each community was quickly established to help with all the decisions that need to made in the need to progress onward to seeking compensation for the Ile a la Crosse residential school students. It was decided that Louis Gardiner and Jim Durocher would contact the following volunteer committee members from their communities and establish a meeting date and schedule. The following are committee members: Pinehouse Annie Natomagan, Jans Bay & Cole Bay Abraham Gardiner, Turnor Lake - George Moberly, Dillon - P. Desjarlais, Patuanak Margaret Aubichon, Buffalo Narrows - Marie Greyeyes, Ile a la Crosse- Lawrence Morin and Beauval - Ann Lafleur.

CIPI Newsletter – February 18th, 2011


Beauval Fire Department presents

Want a jolt out of the winter blahs?

March 5th, 2011 Registration @ CIPI Boardroom 10am to 12pm

Christopher Leadership Course Starting second week of March $20 for Ten Fun-Filled, Practical Lessons

$10.00 per hand

Book with Alvina Aubichon, Marie, Angie or Ed Mihalicz. For more information check out the website at www.clcbeauval.com.

$4200 Poker Rally

High Hand - $1,000.00 Low Hand - $700.00 Most Ghost Riders - $1,000.00 2nd Most Ghost Riders - $500.00 3rd Most Ghost Riders - $200.00 For more information contact Jerry Morin @ 2887590, Shirley Bell-Morin @ 288-2020 or Dennis Daigneault @ 288-7723 Fire Department is NOT responsible for any injuries or breakdowns

40th Annual Winter Festival Results… One Day Hockey Tournament 1st - Buffalo Narrows - $1,000.00 2nd - Canoe Lake $600.00 3rd - Ile a la Crosse - $400.00 Raffle Contestants: 1st - Anita & Aeisha Aubichon sold 131 books receiving $1,000.00 2nd - Marissa & Jeri McCallum sold 81 books receiving $500.00 3rd - Nina & Dayshayna Morin sold 61 books receiving $300.00 4th - Rena & William Lafleur sold 42 Books receiving $200.00 Ticket Winners: 1st - $1000.00 - Jimmy Roy 2nd - $600.00 - Clarisse Johnson 3rd - $400.00 - Carol Morin

Beauval Recreation Board & Staff would like to thank everyone who helped out in any way!

Sign up for the

In Loving Memory

Moise McIntyre February 19, 1996

He was a loving dad, a husband, a friend and our hero, there’s not a day that we have stopped missing or thinking of him. Always and forever keeping his loving memory in our hearts wherever we are or whoever were with we always think and talk about all the good time’s we shared, the tough times we got through and shared as a family. Through the years he’s been there for his family, friends and people that he came across throughout his life time. Being dedicated through his faith and by helping out wherever anyone needed a hand in any way. Remembering his laughter, jokes, advice, encouragement and the story he would share from his past days of how he was a hard working man, the dog teams he had and loved, the hunting he did and living off the wild. He was a loving man that he was, these are the memories that he left us with although 15 years has gone by we miss him dearly, the first few years was tough losing him but now as time has gone by all that is left is his love and memories to cherish in our hearts.

He was a loving man and will always be missed and remembered by his loving family & friends

CIPI Newsletter – February 18th, 2011


Pre-Professional Course for Nursing NORTEP/NORPAC will be offering a pre-professional year of study (10 month program) - the first year of study will begin fall 2011-dates T.B.A. The Deadline to apply is March 15, 2011. Successful completion of the preprofessional year will enable students to apply to the College of Nursing at the University of Saskatchewan for the second and subsequent years. The bursing program will be offered in Regina, Saskatoon, Prince Albert and a northern location. The high school requirements must meet the following minimum average of 70% as required by the College of Nu r s i ng at th e Un i ve r s it y o f Saskatchewan. To meet high school requirements students must have the following course. (Please visit the website to obtain more information http://www.usask.ca/nursing/ students/4yearbsn/admission.php)    

English A30 and B30 Biology 30 Chemistry 30 Math B30 with recommended Math C30

The First Year Pre-Professional Course Requirements NORTEP/ NORPAC will offer the following: (These course are post secondary level of a required 30 credit units

showing a minimum weighted average of 60%)          

English 3 cu (113.3, 114.3) Indigenous/Native Studies 3cu Chemistry 112.3 or equivalent Biology 120.3 or equivalent Statistics 244.3 or equivalent Nutrition 120.3 or equivalent Psychology 3cu Social Science Elective 3cu Elective 3cu Elective 3 cu

 Pending approval

Please inform students who are interested to check off the NORPAC program and write in Pre-Professional Courses for Nursing to identify this applicant pool. For more information please contact Tammy Robinson, Program Counsellor or Linda deBruin, Registar at (306) 425-4411

GDI T & E - Beauval Office is CLOSED Monday, February 21, 2011 for Family Day, If you need assistance call (306) 833-2760 Northern Village of Beauval will be

CLOSED on Monday, February 21st, 2011 For Family Day. Enjoy your long weekend

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St Margaret Mary Parish Sunday February 20 2011

Gospel

Matthew 5:38-45 Jesus said to his disciples: ‘You have heard that it was said, “An eye for an eye and a tooth for a tooth.” 39But I say to you, Do not resist an evildoer. But if anyone strikes you on the right cheek, turn the other also; 40and if anyone wants to sue you and take your coat, give your cloak as well; 41and if anyone forces you to go one mile, go also the second mile. 42Give to everyone who begs from you, and do not refuse anyone who wants to borrow from you. ‘You have heard that it was said, “You shall love your neighbour and hate your enemy.” 44But I say to you, Love your enemies and pray for those who persecute you, 45so that you may be children of your Father in heaven; for he makes his sun rise on the evil and on the good, and sends rain on the righteous and on the unrighteous. REFLECTIONS ON THE GOSPEL ‘Jesus quotes the law of retribution common in ancient societies: 'an eye for an eye'. This law of commensurate retribution was a distinct advance on the endless fighting of barbarian societies. The New Law of Jesus does not do away with the human laws which are essential to human society; it adds a new dimension to the enactment of their provisions – a dimension that will foster a society that is more life-giving. Let us make it very clear. In the way in which Jesus understands it, turning the other cheek is not weakness; it requires

tremendous inner strength and security. We do not see much of that kind of strength from the macho characters on our TV screens. There the slightest offence is to be replied to in a hail of bullets and bombs. But, as we know from the various flashpoints around the world, it is bound to fail. It has failed in Northern Ireland; it is failing in Israel; it has failed between India and Pakistan. And there are countless other examples.’

11th Annual Lynda Flath Memorial Snowmobile Poker Rally Saturday, February 26th, 2011 Registration @ 9am

$50,000 In cash & prizes

High Hand: 1st $10,000 Plus more...

Low Hand:$1,000 Most Ghost Hands: 1st $1,000 Plus more… Sponsored by: Pinehouse Business North, Pinehouse Recreation, Lac La Ronge Indian Band, Pinehouse COOP, Northern Village of Pinehouse, Snake Lake Group of Companies Need more information Call Chris Hansen 884-2049 Betty Ann Durocher 884-2076 Mike Natomagan 884-2222 Special Birthday Greetings to

Bernice Gardiner celebrating on Saturday, February 19, 2011 Love, Family & Friends

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CIPI TV BINGO

Employment Opportunity

Sunday, February 20th, 2011 7:30 pm on Channel 13 / Cable 5 Early Bird - $2.00 for a 3-up Two Lines: $200.00

Cook - Beauval

Loonie Pot # is 1st # called on Early Bird

Loonie Pot - $1500.00 * 1st & 2nd Series One Line: $50.00 Two Lines: $75.00 Letter X: $100.00 Large Frame: $125.00 Blackout: $300.00 Cards: $2.00 each

Bonanza Roving Small Kite $100.00 Sputnik - $200.00 Blackout: $3000.00 in *55#’s or less Consolation: $300 Cards: $5.00 each

Last Chance Game Crazy 7 - $100.00 Rotating Half House - $200 Blackout: $1000.00 Cards: $5.00 each License Number J10-0006

*Unless previously won

Details: Hotel Business related experience is an asset Able to cook buffet food and single orders Prepare weekly Menu Manage Kitchen Operations Wage: $14.00/hour Apply by: March 1st, 2011 Apply by email to: mitchbae@hotmail.com Amy’s Bar and Grill Motel PO Box 190 Beauval, Saskatchewan S0M 0G0

Notice of CIPI AGM When: Monday, March 7th, 2011 Time: 6:00pm Where: CIPI Board Room Activity and Financial Reports will be presented, along with the election of three Directors for two year terms. Everyone is welcome to attend and we look forward to seeing you there. Beaver River Regional Housing Authority Will be CLOSED Monday,

February 21st, 2011 **Family Day Holiday**

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Results for Skidoo Races 40th Annual Winter Festival 1st

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700 Stock

Sled 056 - Russell Black

Sled 009 - Chris Hansen

Sled 444 - Ronnie Janvier

800 Stock

Sled 800R - Daymon Kimbley

Sled 1111 - Wade Morin

Sled 661 - John DJonaire

900 Stock

Sled 009 - Chris Hansen

Sled 634 - Ray McIntyre

Sled 800R - Daymon Kimbley

1000 Stock

Sled 28 - Martin Morin

Sled 800R - Daymon Kimbley Sled 82 - Dwayne Soloway

King Stock

Sled 28 - Martin Morin

Sled 82 - Dwayne Soloway

Sled 800R - Daymon Kimbley

Local Youth Sled 800R - Daymon Kimbley Race

Sled 1111 - Wade Morin

Sled 699 - Jaydon Campbell

300 FT Shoot Sled 73 - GPL Racing Out

Sled 800R - Daymon Kimbley Sled 306 - Morin Broz Racing

700 Improve Sled 444 - Ronnie Janvier

Sled 10-4 - Daymon Kimbley

800 Improve Sled 661 - Ronnie Janvier

Sled 33 - Richard Bouvier

900 Improve Sled 71 - JJ Maurice

Sled 4444 - Chris Hansen

1000 Improve Sled 28 - Martin Morin

Sled 4444 - Chris Hansen

700 Pro Stock Sled 71 - JJ Maurice

Sled 10-4 - Daymon Kimbley

800 Pro Stock Sled 73 - GPL Racing

Sled 71 - JJ Maurice

Sled 3 - Melvin Durocher

900 Pro Stock Sled 72 - GPL Racing

Sled 3 - Melvin Durocher

Sled 10-4 - Daymon Kimbley

1000 Pro Stock

Sled 70 - GPL Racing

Sled 10-4 - Daymon Kimbley

Sled 4444 - Chris Hansen

Beauval Recreation would like to thank the Sponsors: CIPI - $400.00 Cash, Beaver River Regional Housing Authority - Local Youth and a special THANK YOU to all our VOLUNTEERS. With out your help an event like this would not follow through. CIPI Newsletter – February 18th, 2011

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