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CIPI N e w s l e t t e r Friday, October 5th, 2012

Volume 28 Issue 40 In case of a serious Emergency call 911

St. Mary Magdalene Parish

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Thanksgiving Mass Mass with Fr. Eugene Whyte, OMI Monday, October 8, 2012 @ 11:00am Sunrise Villa Northern Village of Beauval FORM O (Clause 94 (b) of the Act)

NOTICE OF ADVANCE POLL PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given that provision has been made for advance poll for electors who: 1. are physically disabled; 2. Have been appointed as election officials; or 3. Anticipate being unable to vote on the day of election. Voting will take place on Wednesday, October 17, 2012 between the hours of 10:00am and 4:00pm at the Community Centre (Village Office) Lydia Gauthier, Returning Officer

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Northern Village of Beauval FORM N (Section 55 of the act)

NOTICE OF POLL PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given that a poll has been granted for the election of: Mayor: Northern Village of Beauval Councilor (4): Northern Village of Beauval Voting will take place on Wednesday, the 24th day of October, 2012 from 10:00am to 8:00pm at the polling place listed below.

Polling Place: Community Centre located at the Village Office on Lavoie Street. Dated on the 21st day of September, 2012


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Deadline: Wednesday, October 24th @ 3:00PM

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Happy 90th Birthday to “Lucy Roy”

May your birthday be extra special not just because you’re one of a kind, it’s because we want to give back what you really deserve in this world. We love you ever so much!

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

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Employment Opportunity

Chief Executive Officer The CEO of Northwest Community Wood Products Ltd. (NWCWP) is a full time position working closely with the Chair of the Board, and reporting directly to the Board of Directors. The CEO is responsible for executing the strategic direction of the Corporation established by the Board. Key area of responsibility includes, planning, human resources and financial management, marketing and public relations, community relations and programmatic effectiveness. Applicants should have a minimum of grade 12 with some experience in management and knowledge of the forestry industry would be a major benefit. A knowledge of accounting and strong writing skills would be an asset. Closing Date for application will be October 9, 2012 @ 4:00pm

Northern Village of Beauval is now accepting applications for the following Permanent Fulltime

MAINTENANCE/ WATERWORKS OPERATOR The Maintenance and Waterworks Operator is responsible for environmental services and assisting with road maintenance and the water treatment plant operations. A complete job description is available at the Village Office.

Requirements:  Valid Drivers License  Experience in the town equipment and the water treatment operation is considered an asset. Application Deadline: Friday, October 12, 2012 Please send cover letter with resume to the

Submit applications/resume along with cover Northern Village of Beauval or apply with letter and references to: Marina at GDI Office. Northwest Community Wood Products Ltd. For more information, please call the Attention Fred Roy Village Office at 288-2110 or Marina at P.O. Box 479 288-2304. Beauval, SK S0M 0G0 Email: fredroy82@hotmail.com

CIPI, Village Office, Canada Post, Polar Oils Ltd & BRRHA will be CLOSED Monday, October 8th for Thanksgiving Holiday

Enjoy the long-weekend!!!

Name & Logo Contest for Interagency Group

If you would like to submit a name and logo you can drop it off at the Health Centre. Deadline: October 9 @ 5pm The name and logo will be chosen on October 10 and we will give the person a $30 gift certificate from the Northern.

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Beauval Recreation Turkey Shoot Results Youth 12 & under 1st - Jansen Gunn - 36 pts 2nd - Gregory Lafleur - tie breaker of 41 pts Youth 13 - 18 1st - Gage Burnouf - 38 pts 2nd - Austin Roy - 35 pts Women 1st - Raina Laliberte - 27 pts 2nd - Lisa Aubichon - 14 pts Men 1st - Paul Green - 40 pts 2nd - Robert Aubichon - 38 pts Open 1st - Jerry Morin - 40 pts 2nd - Jerry Morin - tie breaker of 32 pts

SASKATCHEWAN MINIMUM WAGE INCREASES TO $10 AN HOUR ON DECEMBER 1 The minimum wage in Saskatchewan will increase to $10.00 per hour on December 1, 2012, an increase from the current minimum wage of $9.50 per hour. The move follows a commitment by the Government of Saskatchewan to review the hourly minimum wage on a year-to-year basis. The change also results in a corresponding increase to the minimum call-out pay to $30.00. "The contributions of Saskatchewan's working population are essential to ongoing economic growth and prosperity in the province," Labour Relations and Workplace Safety Minister Don Morgan said. "This increase in minimum wage, together with the significant tax reductions our government has provided to low income earners, means that Saskatchewan will have one of the highest rates of take-home pay in Canada for minimum wage earners."

** Beauval Recreation would like to thank all those who came out to participate in this year’s The increase is part of an overall review of Turkey Shoot ** labour relations and workplace safety legislation currently underway. Morgan said the Interagency Meeting government is still actively considering indexing minimum wage as part of that review, but Wednesday, October 10, 2012 wanted to announce the 50 cent per hour 10am - 12pm increase now to give employers ample time to for the December 1 implementation Regular Council Meeting prepare date. Monday, October 15, 2012 "Since taking office, our government has @ 1:00pm increased minimum wage from $7.95 to $10.00 Community Centre (Village Office) an hour," Morgan said. "That's an increase of nearly 26 per cent in five years - well ahead of CIPI Regular Meeting the rate of inflation." Public consultations on the issue indicated Friday, October 26, 2012 significant support for an increase to the @ 3:00pm minimum wage. The Minister's Advisory NLSD #113 Sub-Office Committee on labour legislation review Meetings are open to the public overwhelmingly supported an increase. CIPI Newsletter – October 5th, 2012


Employment Opportunity Kids First North requires a Full-Time Home Visitor for Beauval, SK Job Summary: Under the direction and supervision of the Home Visitor Supervisor 1) Provide ongoing intensive support services primarily through home visit, to assigned families and/or pregnant women. 2) Liaisons with the community to case find prenatal women and/or parents with children aged 0 - 5 years at high risk 3) Utilize a Home Visiting curriculum

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities  Possess good interpersonal skills  Culturally sensitive  Demonstrate good oral and written

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appropriate to the policies and procedures of Kids First North Ability to build partnerships with collateral agencies within the assigned community Ability to maintain confidentiality Strong computer skills Knowledge of the strength-based approach Knowledge of child development and family dynamics Aware of challenges common to high risk families Demonstrated ability to relate to families undergoing high degrees of

stress  Able to handle high stress and emotionally demanding work environments  Valid Drivers license, access to a vehicle with a package policy and business liability insurance and the ability to travel extensively  Able to work flexible hours Deadline: When Filled For additional information, please call Jeanette Chartier @ (306) 235-5436 Please submit resume to: Kids First North Box 205, Buffalo Narrows, SK S0M 0J0 Fax: (306) 235-5435 Email: admin.super@sasktel.net A Criminal Record Check & Child Abuse Record Check must be Submitted with the Resume to be Considered for an interview. Thank you for your interest in Kids First NORTH, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

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NORTEP-NORPAC Board makes a ‘historic move’ September 28, 2012 After a series of governance meetings, the current NORTEP-NORPAC board of governors have renewed their bylaws complete with a Governance Policy Manual and Procedures at a special gathering on Monday September 24th in La Ronge, Saskatchewan. The Northern Teacher Education Program/ Northern Professional Access Program delivers a Bachelor of Education Degree Program that is northern based as well as up to 3 years of Arts and Sciences including a Community-based Masters program in Education. The organization’s model of delivery has been extremely successful in graduating northerners who are now school principals, vice-principals, teachers, curriculum developers, language instructors, leaders of organizations, as well as industry employees. In the spring of 2012, NORTEP-NORPAC hired an external governance facilitator, Larry Lang from HMC Management Inc to work with the 18 member board in coming up with amendments to the Articles of Incorporation, bylaws and governance policies.

near future. The organization has done a lot of work within the past two years to make changes to both Operational and Governance Policies so that we are ‘mirroring’ as closely as possible how a university functions”. NORTEP -NORPAC has built 36 years of credibility with both the University of Saskatchewan and University of Regina. NORTEP-NORPAC has a new strategic plan in place to provide more university options for students who wish to train and work in northern Saskatchewan. A major initiative for this plan is to fundraise for a ‘shared facility’ beginning with a ‘Sciences Wing’ that will address skilled shortages in the resource sector particularly in the mining industry so that northern youth will have equal opportunities for the future. The organization will be mailing out notices to current member stakeholders in order to elect the ‘new Board’ which will meet in December of this year. Changes to the bylaws include 5 classes of membership who will elect a total of 9 Board members and will ensure representation from: Northern Lights School Division (elect 4 Board members); Prince Albert Grand Council (elect 2 Board members); Meadow Lake Tribal Council (elect 1 Board member); Ile-a-la Crosse School Division (elect 1 Board member); and Creighton School Division (elect 1 Board member).

Current board chair, Mr. Joe Daigneault states, “we needed to do some proactive governance work so that we can take the organization to a new level of oversight as we move forward into the future with a new vision and in alignment with the province’s direction of improved efficiency in the Contact Information: delivery of post-secondary education”. Dr. Herman Michell

President/CEO, Dr. Herman Michell, says President/CEO “this is a positive move for the Board given NORTEP-NORPAC that the province will be reviewing boards of (306) 425-4411 post-secondary organizations within the very CIPI Newsletter – October 5th, 2012

Mr. Joe Daigneault Board Chair NORTEP-NORPAC (306) 288-7788


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Government takes aim at two more pharmacies over phoney-claim allegations taken from Global Saskatoon The federal government has set its sights on a pair of pharmacies in Nova Scotia and Saskatchewan over allegations they submitted phoney claims to the aboriginal healthbenefits plan.

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A newly released report says Ottawa had been trying to recover $729,071 from a pharmacy in a Saskatchewan hospital that allegedly overcharged the NIHB program and billed for A government report and documents filed in a drugs that were not dispensed. The government Nova Scotia court contain information on two is now after about half that amount. more cases in which the Non-Insured Health Health Canada launched an investigation into Benefits program has the pharmacy at St. purportedly fallen prey to Joseph's Hospital in the wrongdoing. northern Saskatchewan The program provides health-benefit coverage to eligible First Nations people and Inuit when they are not insured by private or provincial plans.

village of Ile-a-la-Crosse after the province's College of pharmacists raised concerns five years ago.

Ray Joubert, registrar of the Saskatchewan College But a months-long of Pharmacists, refused to investigation by The release a copy of the 2007 Canadian Press has uncovered a string of letter to Health Canada or answer any alleged abuses of federal money for aboriginal questions about the organization's concerns health-care by pharmacies, a health clinic and about the St. Joseph's Hospital community a remote nursing station. pharmacy. It's purportedly cost taxpayers millions of In its May 2011 report, however, Health dollars. Canada's audit team laid out a number of Now two more pharmacies find themselves troubling claims of wrongdoing over a 22under the microscope. month period. A Nova Scotia pharmacist and his numbered ''The pharmacist filled, dispensed and billed for company face a million-dollar lawsuit from prescriptions without authorization, billed the the federal government over allegedly (NIHB) program for drugs that were not fraudulent claims. dispensed, and overcharged the program by And a newly released report says Ottawa is claiming for drugs above cost and submitting trying to recover hundreds of thousands of more than one bill for the same drug,'' the dollars from another pharmacy in report says. CIPI Newsletter – October 5th, 2012

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