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Shellbrook Chronicle The voice of the Parkland since 1912 Shellbrook, Saskatchewan Friday, August 3, 2012

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Sun shines on another successful Parkside Derby More than 20 years after his first attempt, Shellbrook’s Keith Wason is the 2012 Parkside Demolition Derby Champion. Wason frequently entered cars in the event in his younger days before taking a 20 year break from the event. He entered last year for the first time in 20 years and made it into the final but didn’t make it into the top three. This year he was the last man standing and his Roughrider green 1973 Chevy Impala looked like it could have gone a few more rounds. This year Wason found a stronger car that could withstand more damage and the change worked out for him. This year’s event was a return to form with temperatures soaring into the high 20’s after a cool, rainy 2011 event. Though there were thunderstorm warnings throughout the day, the poor weather stayed away until the evening. Parkside Community Club President Randall Johnson was once again happy with the results of the day, with proceeds going toward community projects in Parkside and across the region. In all, approximately 1,500 came through the gate while 300 stuck around for the evening’s dance. “We were happy with the turnout. It was another success,” said Johnson. Once again, community volunteers were key to the event’s operation from getting the grounds ready for Saturday to flipping burgPaul Verbonac lays a big hit on Brad Stewart, rolling his “Ghostbuster” station wagon onto its roof during Saturday’s ers in the canteen. Parkside Demolition Derby. Continued on page 2

Blaine Lake celebrating Centennial The Town and RM of Blaine Lake are gearing up for a weekend of Centennial fun August 3-5. The Town will be a buzz with activity with a full slate of events through the weekend as the community celebrates its 100th birthday. Events commence Friday night with registration and a social in the Blaine Lake Composite Gymnasium from 7 to 12 p.m. Some of Saturday’s events include the Centennial parade on Main Street, starting at 10 a.m., a family slo-pitch tournament at the Sports Grounds, from 12 to 6 p.m. and the ribbon cutting on a new town monument at the corner of 4th Avenue and 1st Street West at 1 p.m. The evening caps off with a street dance featuring Dixie Highway and fireworks on

Railway Avenue at dusk. Sunday kicks off with a pancake breakfast at the Sports Grounds from 8 to 10 a.m. followed by a non-denominational church service at 10:30 a.m. in the tent at the sports grounds. The unveiling of a millstone will take place at 2 p.m. at the library while a variety of children’s activities will be available at the Sports Grounds from noon until 5 p.m. Live entertainment will take place Saturday in down town Blaine Lake while local performers will also take the stage at the Sports Grounds Saturday and Sunday afternoon. For a full itinerary of events check out the Town and RM of Blaine Lake’s website at http://www.blainelake.ca and follow the Centennial link.

Volunteers gearing up for Street Fair Building on the momentum of last year’s inaugural event, the Shellbrook Street Fair is looking to be bigger and better in year two. Volunteers have been meeting for months organizing the August 25 event which is set to bring back some popular attractions while featuring a long list of new things to see. Headlining the afternoon are the Gold Dragon Wrestlers, out of Moose Jaw, who will be performing through the afternoon. According to Street Fair Committee Chair, Noreen Bryson-Mudry, the event is coming together smoothly with new additions coming on all the time. “We’re keeping the same format with just a few changes to keep it a little different,” said Bryson-Mudry. “There is definitely some more interest

over and above last year.” This year’s musical entertainment will be provided by Kerri English, Sweet Williams, Dizzy River and dance headliners Men Without Shame. One change from last year is that a $5 admission will be charged for the street dance to help cover some of the costs of the event. In addition to last year’s very successful beach volleyball tournament, a road hockey tournament has also been organized for the event. Once again Main Street will be blocked off from Third Avenue East to Railway Avenue to accommodate various vendors and exhibits while the tradeshow in the Shellbrook Community Hall will also be back for a second year. Continued on page 2

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Continued from page 1 Wason’s win was nearly overshadowed by what was perhaps the biggest, scariest hit of the event’s history. In the final, a big hit from Jake/Paul Verbonac car to Brad Stewart’s “Ghostbuster” painted station wagon resulted in a roll over. When the dust settled, Verbonac’s car came to rest on top of the overturned Stewart station wagon. After a few tense moments, Stewart emerged from his car and walked away on his own two feet while Verbonac’s car required the assistance of two skid steers to get off of the rolled station wagon. Stewart’s car, which ironically featured the words “This side up” on the roof, was done for the day while the Verbonac car was able to continue but finished short of the top three.

Kelly Larson, of Dalmeny, just didn’t have enough car left to compete with Wason in the final minutes of the race, finishing second just ahead of Jon Tremain, of Shellbrook. This year’s event was one of the shortest in recent memory as each of the three qualifying heats and the two consolation events came to quick finishes. Parkside’s Derek Olson won the first heat while final runners up Kelly Larson and Jon Tremain finished first in the second and third heats, respectively. The Jake and Paul Verbonac car, Jamie Dumais, of Debden, and Brad Stewart advanced to the final by way of the first consolation heat. In the second consolation, it was Parkside’s Devin Waterhouse, Ryan Peake of Annahiem and eventual champ Keith Wason.

Parkside Community Club President Randall Johnson presents the Parkside Demolition Derby trophy to 2012 Champion Keith Wason, of Shellbrook.

Meanwhile, Bruce Campbell, of Saskatoon, took first place in the barrel race with a time of 23.81 seconds. On the ball fields, Saskatoon’s Dream Team knocked off perennial finalists Tippy Canoe in the A side of the event’s SloPitch tournament. The Dream Team came out of the round robin with a 3-1 record to earn a berth in the A side draw. Team Harris avenged their round robin loss to Hughes Heroes with a win in the B side final. Team Harris advanced to the B side after going 1-3 in the round robin. As with every successful derby car, hours and hours of labour went into Wason’s winning ride. With the help of his son Tavis Wason, brother Scott Wason and other pit crew members Todd Skauge, Marlon Stene and Daryl Kennedy.

The Dream Team, out of Saskatoon, edged Tippy Canoe to win the A Championship at the annual Parkside Derby Slo-Pitch Tournament.

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Team Harris found their form after the round robin to win the B bracket in Derby Slo-Pitch Tournament.

Volunteers gearing up for Street Fair Continued from page 1 Gene’s Sports will be bringing a BMX bike demonstration to Main Street from 10a.m. to 12 p.m., with performers sticking around afterwards to give pointers to local enthusiasts. Support for the event also keeps growing as last year’s committee of seven or eight has now doubled to sixteen members. Though support has been great, the committee is still looking for some additional volunteer help on the day of the event.

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Bachelor of Education MATCHING CASH -- Canwood Regional Park has a little extra cash after receiving a matching grant from the Shellbrook Investors Group. Pictured here, Terry Hamborg, left, accepts a cheque on behalf of Canwood Regional Park from Paul Bourgeault, of Investors Group. The grant matches proceeds from the park’s annual silent auction fund raiser in March.

Lee-Anne Marie Corr Massey convocated with Distinction with a Bachelor of Education degree on June 6th, 2012. Her parents Allen and Sharon Massey and her grandmother Ester Massey congratulate her.

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Canwood Churches are Hosting a Community Vacation Bible School “Adventures on Promise Island” Aug 14, 15 & 16 ~ 9:15am -3:00pm Canwood Pentecostal Church

10.00 per child. Must pre-register by Aug 10. ALL kids (ages 5 - 12) welcome for outdoor activities, crafts, music, snacks, Bible verses and Tons of FUN!!!!! This years mission project goal is to donate non-perishable food items and coins to the Shellbrook & Area Food Bank. For more info. or to pre-register contact Christine Weberg 747-3785 or Sandra Boyle 468-2734

Happy 60th Anniversary

Lucy & Reynold Sommerfeld August 4, 1952 - 2012

RAILWAY TEARDOWN -- A loader from CANDO piles train rails just off the corner of Railway Avenue and First Avenue East in Shellbrook as a part of the decommissioning of the Meadow Lake Speers rail line.

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Saturday, August 11 7 p.m. Friends and family are invited to the farm at Marchant Grove (10 miles north, 1 mile east, 1 1/2 miles north of Shellbrook). No gifts please, (but if you like to sing or play music, that would gladly be accepted).

Thank You! To everyone who supported and helped the Leask Centennial in any way. With you, our Centennial on June 29th to July 1st was an overwhelming success!

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Olympic Games need to change with the times

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ilitary men in the United Kingdom were called into action at a variety of event venues as the 2012 London Summer Olympic games kicked off this week. They weren't called in to quell civil unrest or to direct traffic in the vast crowds – they were given tickets so that the London Olympic Organizing Committee could avoid embarrassment of hundreds of empty seats. The yawning emptiness of the Olympic events may be due to high prices of tickets, of a perceived in ability to get them or maybe people have just stopped caring. Maybe people aren't interested in paying an arm and a leg to check out equestrian, table BRAD tennis or rowing. DUPUIS The very idea of the Olympic Games has always impressed me ~ as, for the most part, these athNews letes are amateurs with day job who put it all on the line to be the best at what they do. Training in triathlon, distance running and weight lifting on your days off is pretty hardcore. But with that being said, perhaps the International Olympic Committee has forgotten about the entertainment value in their quest for pure sport. The games are expensive to host and host nations need to fill seats to make their money back. If they are looking to fill seats at the 2016 Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil nothing would do the job better than adding Mixed Martial Arts to their list of events. The sport has seen exponential growth over the past 12 years and is reportedly second in popularity, behind soccer (football), in Brazil. And it wouldn't be like they would be adding something completely foreign to the games. A very primitive version of today's popular sport called Pankration was a part of the Greek Olympic events. The martial art was introduced in 648 BC and at that time blended wrestling and boxing. Today's mixed martial arts features a blend of current Olympic sports like Tae Kwon Do, Boxing, Wrestling and Judo, plus many more. If the IOC couldn't quite stomach what professional style mixed martial arts had to offer they could also go with amateur MMA in the next Olympic Games. The amateur form of the sport is a very toned down version of the professional competition taking place in promotions around the world. Thicker gloves are worn along with head gear while elbow strikes and knee strikes to the head are prohibited. As far sports go, few are more difficult to be great at. Fighters train in multiple disciplines and because of that mix, no two fighters are alike. They can't just get by on being a bar brawler or a submission ace – they have to put the whole package together. I'm not saying that the current Olympic Games are broken but if the IOC was looking for an edge to make the next Summer Games a slam dunk, they might want to look at bringing in a sport with this kind of proven popularity.

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Perhaps the International Olympic Committee has forgotten about the entertainment value in their quest for pure sport.

Chronicle office with founder Ernest Pickup, April 4, 1913.

The business of Saskatchewan The average pay packet in Saskatchewan went down in smidge short of $2 billion for the month. May, the first monthly decline we’ve seen in a while. That’s up more than 13 per cent from the same time a year Statistics Canada tracks wage rates in the country to mon- ago with agricultural supplies and machinery providing itor how various regions are doing. much of the lift. Sometimes these are skewed a bit because they We also saw an increase in the province’s trade can include overtime so something as simple as numbers according to a separate StatsCan report. adding to the employee base can trigger a decline This is one is particularly important because as there are more people available to work which it flies in the face of suggestions that the global can lead to lower overtime hours. marketplace is in retraction mode. Nonetheless, Saskatchewan is still showing And, even if it is, it would seem the products well. Saskatchewan supplies are not the ones being We now stand fourth among the provinces, the caught by a tightening of the net. first time we’ve fallen below third place in months *** PAUL as Ontario once again squeaked ahead of us. But, It’s a perplexing problem: we have large numon an annualized basis, we are still tops in the nabers of unfilled jobs and, at the same time, large MARTIN tion. numbers of unemployed people. ~ The average wage rose by 5.4 per cent in the StatsCan says the country had a quarter of a past year in Saskatchewan. That increase is even million vacant jobs at the end of April. higher than Alberta’s and significantly better than Manitoba And, for every open job, there were 5.6 unemployed peowhere rates rose by only one per cent, the lowest in the coun- ple. This spread is actually shrinking as the ranks of the untry. employed contract. And who was making the best gains? It turns out conSo what causes this apparent contradiction? struction workers, those involved in education and retail One guy with a theory is Kraig Kramers, a veteran of the employees produced the biggest wage increases. business world, having run a dozen companies in the US *** ranging from small start-ups to Fortune 500 firms. There might be signs that the global economy is slowing a He was in the province meeting with local business people bit but you wouldn’t know it by the numbers coming out of earlier in the month. this province. He contends the inability of some unemployed people to StatsCan’s monthly updates provide a contrarian perspec- find work is the civilian version of PTSD or Post Traumatic tive for those who leaning towards the global decline side of Stress Disorder. Losing a job – like many did in the recesthe ledger. sion – is the first trauma followed by the stress of lost inWholesale figures for Saskatchewan for May suggest there come, homes and families. is more than enough momentum in the economy to keep And the answer might lie in applying some of the same things rolling. techniques used on returning war veterans to those who find Total sales by the province’s wholesalers came up just a themselves on the unemployment line on a chronic basis.


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YOUR TWO CENTS ~ Canada's Economic Plan in action Dear Editor, Thank you for allowing me to respond to Quebec Liberal MP Marc Garneau’s’ fear mongering on Bill C-38 (Jobs, Growth and Long-Term Prosperity Act). Before I do however, I would like to publicly thank Liberal Senator Grant Mitchell for breaking with Garneau’s Liberal Party and supporting our Government’s responsible resource development policy. Since 2006, our Government has been working to streamline the review process for major economic projects. Our efforts have made a difference without any negative environmental impact, but more needed to be done. Currently, companies undertaking major projects must navigate a complex maze of regulatory requirements and processes, and approval processes are long and unpredictable. This is why our Government committed to implementing Canada’s Economic Action Plan 2012 with our plan for Responsible Resource Development. Key to achieving this goal is our government’s “One Project, One Review” environmental assessment process. Economic Action Plan 2012. It is a prudent, long-term plan to grow Canada’s economy, create jobs, and get back to balanced budgets (more information about Economic Action Plan 2012 is available online at www.budget.gc.ca). When discussing this Plan, we must consider it in a global context. We all know that, with the help of our Government’s Economic Action Plan, Canada’s economy has performed well relative to other countries in recent years. Job creation in Canada has been the strongest among G-7 countries with over 765,000 net new jobs created since July 2009. Canada’s economic growth leads the G-7 as forecasted by independent organizations such as the IMF and the OECD. Canada also has the lowest debt level ratio in the G-7 – by far. But the global economy remains a different story. In Europe, tremendous economic challenges remain, of which we are reminded all too frequently. In the United States – our largest trading partner – the economy continues to struggle. In these uncertain times, Canada’s economic stability depends on the implementation of a clear plan to safeguard our economy. This situation demands Canada not be complacent. We cannot allow political gridlock and instability to stall vital economic and fiscal reforms – as witnessed in the US and Europe. As the challenges our economy faces are not small or onedimensional, neither is our plan. Economic Action Plan 2012 is comprehensive and ambitious because it must respond to the magnitude of the threats Canada faces in an uncertain period of global economic turbulence and a rapidly changing global marketplace. Economic Action Plan 2012 includes numerous measures to create jobs, strengthen our local economies, and position Canada to compete in the global economy now and over the long-term. Continued on page 9

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Rural election map sees little change Compared with their city cousins, rural folk will have Martensville shrinks, with only Dalmeny and Warman lot easier time figuring out where to vote come next pro- as its other communities. vincial election. In the northwest, there is little change except mostly The new methodology of mapping the boundaries that for the exchange of reserves. The Battlefords picks up ruexcluded those under 18 years plus the addition of three ral land to the east. Rosthern-Shellbrook loses the Bearextra seats _ including one riding specifidy’s Reserve, but picks up Jackfish Lake and the cally designed for rural Saskatchewan _ Saulteaux Reserve. Cut Knife-Turtleford picks up has resulted in little change to provincial Unity and Wilkie, but loses the Red Pheasant and rural election map. (That new rural riding Mosquito Reserves. Lloydminster loses Beacon is Saskatoon Stonebridge-Dakota, southHill and Big Island to Meadow Lake. east of the city that takes in the bedroom In the northwest, Saskatchewan Rivers sees communities in Corman Park, south to little change and Carrot River Valley grows to the Dundurn and Whitecap First Nation and south to take in Little Swan River. Melfort moves east to Elstow in the old Humboldt riding.) a little further southwest to take in Lake Lenore Democracy watchers may question why and St. Brieux from Batoche that also moves a there has been so little change in rural Saslittle west to take in Aberdeen and Beardy’s. katchewan, even though there has been a Further south in the centre of the province, we MURRAY substantial population shift since the last see some of the biggest changes to rural seats. MANDRYK major electoral boundaries changes in Arm River-Watrous becomes Arm River, that ~ 1993. So let us a look a little closer at what spreads from Outlook to the west, Kandahar the new rural ridings look like. and Kawacatoose/Day Star Reserves to east and In the southwest, here’s how it looks: south into the old Thunder Creek riding to take Swift Current has become strictly a city seat with no ru- in Craik, Elbow, Marquis and Bethune. Humboldt is reral component. placed by Humboldt-Watrous, taking in Watrous, Young Cypress Hills has gotten slightly bigger, expanding east and Lanigan. Last Mountain-Touchwood _ the bellwethpast Simmie and Success right to edge of Swift Current. er seat that has voted with the government for 70 years Wood River has also pushed east, taking in Coronach except in 1999 and 2003 _ is unchanged. and Big Beaver from Weyburn-Big Muddy and Climax In east central, Yorkton becomes exclusively a “city” to the west. And Thunder Creek is gone. It is replaced riding while Canora-Pelly is unchanged, except adding by Lumsden-Morse that takes in everything north and a bit of rural Yorkton. Kelvington-Wadena now takes in south of No. 1 Hwy. from Swift Current to Regina (in- Wynyard, but is otherwise unchanged. Melville-Saltcluding everything surrounding Moose Jaw) and dipping coats is also unchanged, except that it, too, has taken in as far south as Wilcox, Claybank and Avonlea. some of rural Yorkton like Otthon and Tonkin. In west-central Saskatchewan, the biggest change is In the southwest, Moosomin slides further west to the disappearance of the old Biggar seat. It is replaced Francis and Osage. Cannington remains intact, although by the new Biggar-Sask Valley riding, sprawling west to it loses Frobisher to Estevan. Estevan loses Radville and the Red Pheasant and Mosquito First nations and north- Lake Alma back to Weyburn-Big Muddy that has lost east of Saskatoon to Osler and Hague. Rosetown-Elrose Coronach to the Wood River. pushes north to the edge of Biggar and loses territory But, all in all, there has not been much change to the to the east including Conquest and Outlook. Kindersley rural election map _ especially considering how much sees little change, other than losing Unity. Meanwhile rural Saskatchewan has changed in the last 20 years.

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Sask canola capturing national attention It was interesting recently to listen to a brief presentation by Johannes Vervloed, Consul General of the Kingdom of the Netherlands. To have someone of Vervloed's stature speaking locally (in Yorkton) was interesting of itself, but the reason for his visit was of greater interest. While in Saskatchewan, and on his way to Yorkton Vervloed toured several companies including Milligan Biotech in Foam Lake, and LDM Foods and Grain Millers at Yorkton. It was not coincidence that Vervloed focused quite a bit of his time looking at canola processing here. Vervloed said he believed there are chances for co-operation, adding they have actively worked on "an inventory of these opportunities." Clearly one of those opportunities revolved around canola. The visit was to begin to confirm those opportunities he said adding "the proof of pudding is always in eating it."

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In the case of canola Vervloed explained how the European Union has initiated a phase in to 2020 of a 10 per cent use of biofuel in diesel, a mandate which could be met by the use of canola oil. The idea of canola oil flowing into biodiesel production is hardly revolutionary. It has been one of the driving forces behind higher prices, increased processing, and expanding acres in recent years. While biodiesel has spurred expansion for canola, there has been less actual production than one might have

anticipated. The situation is one where the idea of biodiesel has grown more quickly than implementation of production. The reasons for both are pretty straight forward.

Aster yellows BY ALICA OLSON, AGRICULTURE SUMMER STUDENT, NORTH BATTLEFORD, SASKATCHEWAN MINISTRY OF AGRICULTURE

If you see plants in your field that look different or that seem to be growing abnormally, take a closer look as it may be aster yellows. With the combination of a wet spring, recent hot weather, and an abundance of leaf hoppers earlier on, there has been an increase in the incidence and the symptoms of aster yellows in many areas. Aster yellows is a disease caused by a pathenogenic micro-organism called a phytoplasma. The symptoms of the disease depend on the species of plant. The most obvious symptoms are the malformed flowers and pods that give the plant an abnormal appearance (Figure 1). Aster yellows can affect 300 species of plants in 48 plant families including broadleaf crops, vegetables, ornamentals, weeds and, to a lesser extent, cereal crops. In Saskatchewan the crops that we can see symptoms on include canola, camellia, mustard, flax, sunflower, alfalfa, potato, carrot, tomato, pea, wheat and barley. You may also see various weeds infected with aster yellows including redroot pigweed, dandelion, stinkweed, chickweed, quackgrass, wild mustard, lambsquarters, knotweed, and sowthistle. The phytoplasma pathogen lives in the phloem tissue or the sap of infected plants and is transmitted from plant to plant by leafhoppers. Another source of the pathogen is from the United States where it can be carried by infected leafhoppers arriving on wind currents. Leafhoppers acquire the phytoplasma and transmit it to new plants as they feed. They insert their needle-like mouth parts into plant tissue, injecting their saliva, then suck up the sap. It is through their saliva that the aster yellows phytoplasma is transmitted. Leafhoppers do feed on the plant but the feeding itself is not considered an economic threat to the crop, it is the disease transmission that is a concern. After feeding on an infected plant it takes

two to three weeks before the leafhopper become infectious and can pass it on to other plants. The infectious period will last for the remainder of the leafhopper’s adult life (one to three months) in which infected hoppers can move from field to field spreading aster yellows. Luckily, the phytoplasma is not transmitted to the overwintering eggs. However, the pathogen can overwinter in the root tissue of biennial or perennial crops or weeds thereby providing a source of the disease in early spring. Once infected, symptom development depends on the age of the plant. Younger plants show symptoms within several days while with older plants it can take two to four weeks. Because of the delayed expression of the disease in plants, symptoms usually appear later in the season and damage is minimal. In 2007, aster yellow was more prevalent and some Prairie canola fields had up to 15 percent infected plants. Potential yield loss is hard to determine as it depends on the level of infection and how early the plant was infected. However, research results at Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada in Saskatoon have shown that ten percent incidence of infected plants may result in yield losses between three to seven percent. Symptoms on the plant can vary from completely abnormal looking plants to more normal looking plants that have reduced seed set. Some plants can look normal but the pods are empty. Unfortunately, these symptoms do not appear until late in the season and yields can be disappointing. In most years, fields will only show trace amounts of this disease and rarely more than five percent. Usually economic loss from aster yellows in canola is minimal. In canola, the damage usually looks worse than it actually is, because infected plants are usually taller than the rest of the crop canopy with distinctive symptoms and an erect nature. Infected canola plants are often discoloured with flowers replaced by green leaf-like structures ad pods becoming deformed and bladder-like in appearance. Continued on page 8

In terms of interest in biodiesel it fits with an increased public interest in environmental sustainability. It also fits well with political agendas which call for less reliance on import oil stocks. The idea of growing oil looks good against the threat of disrupted import sources. But production of biodiesel has lagged because as canola prices have climbed that has impacted the ability to make a dollar at the production level. Ultimately biodiesel production must be competitive with traditional oil sources to make sense. At present that is not the case. Mandated requirements will help push production, but one might argue it is an artificial market which runs counter to the true philosophy of sustainability. However as the biodiesel sector does develop moving forward, canola should benefit, and connections like those starting to be made between the Saskatchewan canola growing region and the Netherlands are the signs of that.

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Shellbrook Steelers win provincial silver Shellbrook Steelers travelled to Moosomin to compete in the Under 14 provincials on July 6-8. After completing Friday and Saturday the team finished the round robin with a record of 4-0 with wins over the Ochap Thunder, Saskatoon Eagles, Saskatoon Falcons, and Whitewood . On Sunday, in the semi finals, they played the 4th place Moosomin Moose and were victorious with a 10-2 score. In the finals , Shellbrook faced the Saskatoon Eagles in a hard fought battle. Though they played a great defensive game the Steelers bats went silent and fell short by a 10-2 count. Congratulations on winning a Silver medal.

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August essentials for maintaining your garden -BY ERL SVENDSEN

Now’s not the time to let your guard down if you want to continue to enjoy the beauty and bounty that you’ve worked so hard for up to now. So here are a few essential tasks (some would say chores, but that’s such an ugly word) to perform throughout August. The first and foremost

is to ensure all your plants continue to receive adequate water. Thundershowers notwithstanding, August can be very dry and hot. Like people, plants can struggle along with poor nutrition for quite a while, but without water, death can occur within a few days. In addition to ensuring metabolic functions continue nor-

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mally, water is essential for photosynthesis, cooling, and nutrient uptake. This latter occurs somewhat passively as water, loaded with dissolved nutrients, is absorbed through the root system. What may appear as nutrient deficiencies (yellow or purple leaves, poor fruit development, stunted growth, etc.) may simply be a lack of adequate water. If your plants have just started to wilt, they will recover if they receive water immediately. Left too long, they may recover only partially, appearing permanently wilted, with flower buds, blossoms and fruit dropping off. Damage to tomatoes can appear long after the plant has recovered: any fruit that established during the stress period can develop a condition called blossom-end-rot. The fruit may appear normal from the top, but the bottom will be brown and mushy. Other plants like peppers can be affected as well. The easiest way to prevent this disorder is to ensure even soil moisture throughout the growing season. In general, give your lawn and garden 1 inch of water

Limited access for Shellbrook Hospital Emergency Department Due to the difficulty in recruiting doctors, there is a temporary reduction in services at the Shellbrook Hospital. The next closest hospital with 24-hour Emergency Care is the Victoria Hospital in Prince Albert. Emergency services at the out-patient department are only available in Shellbrook on weekends [Friday from 6 p.m. until the following Monday morning at 8 a.m.] Ambulance services are available 24 hours a day. On weekdays, the ambulance will go to the Victoria Hospital in Prince Albert from Sunday at midnight to Friday at 6 p.m. The Ambulance will not stop in Shellbrook at these times. Care for new patients who need to be admitted to the hospital for acute illnesses are not available NON-EMERGENCY SERVICES Two medical clinics in Shellbrook, across the street from the Shellbrook Hospital, provide primary health care for NON-EMERGENCY MEDICAL CONDITIONS. You can call one of the medical clinics at 306-747-2171 or 306-747-2552 for an appointment. Hours of operation for the clinic and the hospital laboratory are 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. weekdays excluding statutory holidays. Walk-in clinics are also available in Prince Albert, with no appointment necessary: Prince Albert Walk-In Medical Clinic, 800 15th Street East, Prince Albert Hours: Monday to Saturday. 9 a.m.- 9 p.m.; Sunday 10 a.m.- 9 p.m. South Hill Minor Emergency Clinic, 2685 2nd Ave. West, Prince Albert Hours: Monday to Friday 8 a.m. - 10 p.m.; Saturday 9 a.m.- 10 p.m.; Sunday 10 a.m.- 8 p.m. Super Med Walk-In Clinic, 591 15th Street East, Prince Albert Hours: Monday to Friday 8 a.m. – 8 p.m.; Saturday, Sunday and Statutory Holiday 10 a.m.- 4 p.m. Victoria Square Medical Centre, 2345 10th Ave. West Prince Albert Hours: Monday to Friday 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. West Hill Medical Clinic , South Hill Mall, 2nd Avenue West, Prince Albert Hours: Monday to Friday 8 a.m. – 10 p.m.; Saturday 9 a.m. – 10 p.m.; Sunday 10 a.m. – 10 p.m. WHEN YOU ARE UNCERTAIN You may call Saskatchewan HealthLine for medical advice 24-hours a day, 7 days a week. The HealthLine number is 1-877-800-0002. They can provide you with immediate, professional health advice or information, and direct you to the most appropriate source of care. HealthLine will help you decide whether you should treat your own symptoms, go to a clinic, wait to see your doctor, or go to a hospital emergency room. HealthLine is also available online at www.health.gov.sk.ca/ healthline

per week, taking into account anything that falls for free from the sky. It is better to irrigate deeply infrequently to encourage deep rooting rather than several short bursts of water. This will help ‘drought-proof’ your plants. Time how long it takes to capture 1 inch of water in a shallow container on the ground when irrigating to gauge how long to run your sprinklers. Don’t forget to keep your compost pile moist to keep it humming along too. And containers need to be watered daily. Do not fall behind on weeding. Weeds are well adapted to poor growing conditions, are extremely competitive, take advantage of open spaces, and are particularly good at reproduction and establishment. If you let them go to seed, you will be fighting a bigger battle next year. Watch out for winter annual weeds. These are weeds that germinate in late summer/early fall (e.g shepherd’s-purse, stinkweed, chickweed, etc.) and overwinter as an evergreen, ready to flower in early spring. Avoid pruning trees and shrubs except to remove diseased or damaged branches. Pruning now may stimulate new, succulent growth at a time when the plants should be starting to prepare for winter with current season growth maturing and ceasing to grow. Wait until midSeptember to do any more maintenance pruning for the year. Continue to deadhead your ornamental plants. This includes summer flowering shrubs like spirea and potentilla; give these a very light shear to just remove the spent flowers. This will do three things. One, it will keep your plants and garden looking tidy. Two, it may encourage more flowering. And three, energy will be directed from producing fruit and seed to sending it the root system to help perennial plants survive our prairie winter. It will also ensure that these plants do not become a weed problem in your garden. The seedheads of some late flowering plants like hydrangea can be left to provide winter interest. Finally, as you begin to harvest your vegetable garden and create open spaces, consider planting another crop of spinach, Swiss chard, beets (for the greens), lettuce or radish. This article is provided by the Saskatchewan Perennial Society (www14.brinkster.com/saskperrennial; hortscene@yahoo.com)

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Sask Perennial Society Coming Events August 4: The Saskatoon Horticultural Society Passport Tour. Passports available at Dutch Growers, Cory-Parke Greenhouse or both locations of Early’s. $10.00 per person. Call Chris (477-2354) or Carol (978-8066) August 12, 2 pm: Saskatchewan Perennial Society Garden Tour. Meet at 21 Phillips Crescent to pick up your map and information. Free to the public, all are welcome. August 12, 1 - 5 pm: Nest Secret Garden Tour. Passports ($10.00) available at Flowers by Fred, Dutch Growers and Blossoms. Proceeds go to Nest, a registered charity that helps settle refugee families in Saskatoon. Participants can enter a draw to win a framed photograph by Saskatoon’s Ken Tickner (www.kentickner.com). Call Gardenline with all your yard and garden questions: 966-5865; gardenline@usask.ca; http://agbio.usask.ca/ gardenline

Canada's Economic Plan in action Continued from page 5 Our Government is supporting job creation by stream-lining the regulatory process for major economic projects and extending the hiring credit for small business, to help local businesses hire more workers. Our Government is eliminating barriers to participation in the work-force by providing new support to Canadians with disabilities who want to be part of the workforce and assisting youth to increase their skill-set and connecting them with available jobs. Our Government is encouraging business innovation by supporting value-added internships and helping local businesses invest in research and development. Our Government will ensure that the Department of Fisheries and Oceans will protect the rivers, lakes and oceans that are home to our fisheries, instead of focusing on our ditches, man-made reservoirs and flood plains. The positive and targeted measures we take today, to help support jobs, growth and long-term prosperity, will shape the Canada we all want for tomorrow. Randy Hoback, MP Prince Albert

BOOKKEEPER The Town of Shellbrook is accepting applications for bookkeeper. Reporting to the Administrator, the incumbent is responsible for ensuring proper, efficient financial operation of the Town of Shellbrook in accordance with The Municipality Act and established accounting principles. The applicant must possess a minimum Grade 12/ GED, Bondable, Standard Certificate or a minimum 5 years related accounting experience and willing to work towards a certificate in Local Government Administration. A strong background in Microsoft Excel would be preferred. Competitive salary and excellent benefit package available. A complete job description is available, upon request, at the Town Office. Applicants should submit a detailed resume, including references and salary expected by August 10th, 2012 at 4:00 p.m. to: Kelly Hoare, Administrator Town of Shellbrook Box 40, Shellbrook, SK S0J 2E0 Phone: 306-747-4900; Fax: 306-747-3111 Email: shellbrook@sasktel.net


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Report from the Legislature I am happy to report Saskatchewan’s economy is strong and growing. Recently released wholesale trade numbers for May show an increase of 13.2 per cent this year, the third highest growth rate in Canada. This increase in wholesale trade builds confidence in our business community, provides employment and contributes to the overall success of Saskatchewan. Another encouraging trend is our increase in exports. In May, Saskatchewan’s exports totaled $2.8 billion, up 19.8 per cent from last year. We exceeded the national average according to Statistics Canada, and had the second highest gain among the provinces. On a special note, Saskatchewan’s energy and agricultural products led the exports numbers; they were up 35.1 per cent and 14.1 per cent respectively.

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All of this economic growth provides the people of Saskatchewan new employment opportunities. Our latest employment numbers show that 548,900 people are working in Saskatchewan; this is the highest employment number on record for the second straight month. It’s great to see so many people working to build their future here in Sas-

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amazing growth; with this growth comes the responsibility to ensure our natural resources are there for the next generation. One of the most important resources we have is water. To that NADINE end, our government WILSON is working to create a ~ 25 Year Water Security Saskatchewan Plan. This plan will Rivers provide an effective Toll Free: 1-888-763-0615 water management www.nadinewilstrategy, which will son.ca deal with the challenges created by growth, while ensuring safe, sustainable supplies

of water now and into the future. This fall, Integrated Water Saskatchewan, will be the new agency responsible for the implementation of the 25 Year Water Security Plan. This agency will bring together water management expertise from the public and private sector. This pooling of expertise will increase our water management capacity and provide strong leadership on water related issues throughout the province. We will see a one window approach for water-related issues that will benefit both individuals and businesses. This consultation document is available on the Saskatchewan Watershed Authority website at www.swa.ca, and all citizens are encouraged to provide comments before the end of August.

SaskPower reminds customers of carbon monoxide risks SaskPower reminds customers of ways they can protect themselves from carbon monoxide in their homes and businesses, in light of several recent incidents in

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are serviced and operating properly,” said Douglas Hird, Senior Engineer of Gas Codes and Standards for SaskPower. “In two recent incidents, portable air conditioning units were installed incorrectly, so there was a continuous exhaust of the warm air to the outside without an air pipe to bring in fresh air.” This condition is known as “depressurization” and occurs when inside air is exhausted faster than outside fresh air can come in. Excessive depressurization will cause a natural draft water heater to backdraft, spilling carbon monoxide into the

home. “Natural draft water heaters and furnaces need sufficient fresh air,” said Hird. “Customers need to make sure there is a properly functioning fresh air intake installed. Fresh air intakes can become clogged or they are sometimes blocked by homeowners who are unaware of their important purpose.”

To help alert customers to the presence of carbon monoxide, SaskPower recommends the installation of carbon monoxide detectors. Look for a detector that is listed with the Canadian Standards Association (CSA) or the Underwriters Laboratory of Canada (ULC). Check the expiry date on detectors as they need to be replaced periodically.

While detectors are a good safety backup, they aren’t a proper substitute for regular maintenance of home heating and cooling equipment. SaskPower has developed a series of safety brochures that contain information about the dangers of carbon monoxide poisoning. This information is available at all SaskPower

Government to review brands Advisory Committee Formed to Look at More Efficient Brand Inspection Services for Producers Agriculture Minister Lyle Stewart today appointed an advisory committee, made up of livestock industry representatives, to examine industry-led delivery options for livestock brand inspection services in Saskatchewan. The Brand Inspection Services Advisory Committee will study the current brand inspection models in Saskatchewan, Alberta and British Columbia, review options for industry-led brand inspection and recommend a preferred option to the Minister of Agriculture. Brand inspection services in Saskatchewan are currently delivered through Min-

istry of Agriculture livestock inspectors. The service is provided to ensure that animals offered for sale are rightfully owned and verified through a brand registry. The role of government in verifying ownership of livestock is unique in Saskatchewan. No other agricultural commodity is purchased or sold in the province with a government service to verify ownership. Stewart said the group will look at all options including an integrated western Canadian approach. Alberta, for example, currently has an industry-led and delivered brand inspection system. The advisory committee will conduct comprehensive analysis and stakeholder consultations and finalize a recommendation by early 2013.

Aster Yellows Continued from page 7 We are starting to see aster yellows showing up in fields in Saskatchewan. This is not surprising given that leafhoppers were reported in high numbers this spring with a higher than average infection rate reported by Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada. Unfortunately, there is nothing to fix the situation. There are no products registered to control the disease itself and no varieties with resistance. Once the symptoms appear there is nothing that can be done to reverse the infection or kill the organism. Ways to

minimize the potential for aster yellow infection for future years include seed early, control perennial weeds in and around susceptible crops, avoid planting near perennial crops that are known to be infected, and watch for the presence of leaf hoppers. Application of an insecticide registered for use on leafhoppers may be beneficial if populations are high enough early in the season. For more information contact your Regional Crops Specialist at 1-306-446-7475 or the Agriculture Knowledge Centre in Moose Jaw at 1-866-457-2377.


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Government introduces Comprehensive Care Program As part of the province’s continued efforts to improve access to high-quality patient care, Health Minister Dustin Duncan announced $9.83 million in funding for a new program to encourage and reward family physicians in providing patients with a full range of services. “Physicians are vital partners as we transform our health system to better meet patients’ needs, including improving access to health care,” Duncan said. “As part of our agreement with the Saskatchewan Medical Association, I am pleased to introduce the Family Physician Comprehensive Care Program to recognize family physicians who provide patients with a full range of primary care services, while at the same time encouraging more physicians to expand their practices to full comprehensive care.” Physicians who qualify for the program monitor the overall health of their patients, collaborate with other health care providers

on their care, and manage their patients’ chronic diseases. In addition, qualifying physicians are caring for their patients when they are hospitalized, in a nursing home, or having a baby. “We know from other high-performing health systems that when patients are provided comprehensive primary care services, such as chronic disease management, their health and satisfaction with the service improves - and this approach is consistent with our focus on patient- and family-centred health care,” Duncan said. “This program will improve access to medical services for the people of Saskatchewan,” SMA President Dr. Janet Shannon said. Fifty-eight per cent of Saskatchewan’s family physicians currently provide their patients with a full range of services, as defined by the Family Physician Comprehensive Care Program. This new program is designed to increase the num-

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cess to health services, the program aligns with Saskatchewan’s recently announced initiative to strengthen its primary health care system. The goal

of the initiative is achieving a primary health care model that is sustainable, offers a superior patient experience and ensures better access to services.

PUBLIC NOTICE Please be advised that the R.M. Council intends to consider a bylaw to close a portion of a road allowance at the Regular meeting of Council scheduled for August 8, 2012 at 9:00 a.m. R.M. of Leask Council is considering the closure of a portion of the Carlton Green Lake Trail that runs through NW 35-47-16, Parcel No. 163469133. The subject road allowance is shown in a bold line below. REASON - The road allowance needs to be closed for the property to obtain reserve status. INFORMATION Questions regarding the proposed closure may be directed to the following without charge: R.M. of Leask 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., closed Noon - 1:00 p.m. - Monday to Friday (except holidays) Phone: 306-466-2000 Dated at the R.M. of Leask, in the Province of Saskatchewan July 26, 2012. Sheri McHanson Administrator


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OBITUARIES ~ Gordon Perry Smith Deanna Dunn Gordon Perry Smith of Stoney Plain, Alberta and formerly of Deer Ridge passed away peacefully on July 7, 2012 surrounded by family. He is survived by his loving family, wife Gretta, daughter Darla (Rick) Cuomo, children Shawna, Sarah, Myles and Jessica; Dione (Terry) Bayrock, children Harry, Elise and Wally. His brother Harold (Helen). He was predeceased by his mother Joyce and Jack and sister-in-law Irene. Gordon worked many places as a male nurse.

Edith Schlichemeyer Edith Ann Schlichemeyer passed away peacefully July 19, 2012 at the age of 94. Edith will be sadly missed by her sons, Harvey (Faye), Walter, and her daughters Sylvia Spark, Sandra (Vern) Retterath, numerous grandchildren, great grandchildren, nieces, nephews and friends. She was predeceased by her parents Walter and Alice Lewis, brothers Alfred, Ernst and David (Doris) Lewis, sisters Ethel (William) Barrie, and Florence (Joe) Magnusson, husband Henry and daughter Phyllis Helm. Edith was raised in the Wandsworth District. She married Private Henry Schlichemeyer in 1943 and together they farmed and raised their five children. She was active with the Leask Seniors, the Leask Legion #79, and church events. She enjoyed playing cards, visits from friends & family and road trips. Family visits always meant lots of good food and laughter. She never hesitated to volunteer a pot of soup, baking or her time. We will all miss the family gatherings, her humour and her spunk. Funeral Services were held in Leask, July 23 with Pastor Chris Dean officiating. Interment followed at the Leask Cemetery. The eulogist was Sandra Retterath and the soloist was Bill Martodam.Leask Legion #79 formed the Honor Guard. Honorary Pallbearers were “All of Edith’s friends”. Active Pallbearers were Darwin Schlichemeyer, Paul Webb, Howard Webb, Duane Schlichemeyer, Kelly Webb and Travis Retterath. For those wishing so, memorial donations may be made to the Leask Legion #79 or the Leask Wheatland Lodge. Email condolences may be sent to hfh@inet2000.com. Arrangements have been entrusted to Hawryluk Funeral Home.

Deanna Dunn passed away on Saturday, July 7 2012 at the age of 72. Deanna was born in Big River, SK. After her faB tther went to war and then moved to Calgary she was m rraised, along with her two ssisters, Rosemarie and Yvonne, by their mom MarY garet Pruden. She married g Robert (Bob) Dunn in 1957 R and they had 6 children, a Janell, Tracy, Cole, David, J Clifton and Clint. C In the early 2000’s Deanna found out that she D had another sister in Engh lland. They; Deanna, Rosemarie, Yvonne, and new m ssister Shirley began talking on the phone and finally o got to meet each other g when w Shirley visited. They continued to talk on the c phone until Deanna passed p away. Learning she had ana other sister was a real high point in Deanna’s life. Deanna leaves to cherish her memory: Her children: Janell Dunn of Big River, SK, Tracy Dunn (Lynda Zagiel) of Big River, SK, Cole Dunn (Michelle Bechtel) of Fort McMurray, AB, David Dunn of CFB Trenton, ON, Clifton Dunn (Bobbi-Ann) of Sachs Harbour, NWT, Clint Dunn (Terrylynn Nelson) of Big River, SK, the father of her children Robert Dunn of Big River, SK; her grandchildren and great grandchildren: Tyler (Roz) Neufeld & children Sebastian, Gabriel & Cecilia; Weston Neufeld (Cathy Donald) & children Ethan &Jeorgia; Lindsi Dunn; Kaleb Dunn; Sydney Dunn, Justice Dunn, Ashton Dunn, Preston Dunn, Avery Dunn, Jacob Dunn, Brody Dunn, Rowan Dunn &Kolmyn Dunn; her step grandchildren and great grandchildren: Angie Meyers (Trent Hoeben) & children Tristan, Brooklyn &Maiya; Jason Meyers & daughter Emma; Harlan Bechtel &Ledeen Bechtel; her sisters: Rose Marie Thibeault, Yvonne McKenzie (Ted) & Shirley Tisch (Norman) along with numerous nieces, nephews, other relatives and countless friends. She was predeceased by: Her parents: Bert & Margaret Pruden and numerous aunts, uncles and cousins. Mass of Christian Burial for Deanna was held Friday, July 13th, 2012 ~ 11:00 am from the Our Lady of the Sacred Heart Roman Catholic Church in Big River, Saskatchewan, with the Celebrant Rev. Fr. SebastionKunnath. Deanna’s final resting place is in the Big River Cemetery. In Deanna’s honor the Lakewood Lodge Staff provided an Honor Guard of love and friendship. The family would be honored to have memorial donations in Deanna’s name made to the Canadian Cancer Society. Email condolences to www.beaulacfuneralhome. com will be forwarded to the family. Delores Beaulac of Beau “Lac” Funeral Home entrusted with arrangements.

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Regular services, Sunday school and special events will be listed at no charge. LUTHERAN CHURCH Zion - Canwood Sunday School, Worship Sunday, 11 a.m. St. John’s - Shellbrook Sunday School, Worship Sunday, 9 a.m. Pastor Doug Schmirler Parkside, Immanuel 11 a.m. - Worship & Sunday School Pastor Chris Dean PENTECOSTAL CHURCH Parkside 10:00 a.m. Time of prayer 10:30 a.m. Worship 11:00 a.m. Sunday School Pastor David Baldock Shellbrook Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Sun., 11:00 a.m. - Worship Pastor David Bodvarson 747-7235 Canwood 11 a.m. - Worship Pastor Glenn Blazosek Leask Gospel Tabernacle Sunday 6:30 p.m. Pastor L. Trafford 306-466-2296 EVANGELICAL FREE Big River 11:00 a.m. - Worship Bible Classes 9:45 A.M. Summer: 10:30 a.m. - 12 469-2258 Youth Nite: Fridays Mont Nebo Wed., 7:30 p.m. - Bible Study and Prayer. Sun., 10:30 a.m. - Worship Pastor Bill Klumpenhower CATHOLIC CHURCH Debden Sun., 9:30 a.m. - Mass. Fr. Sebastian Kunnath Big River - Sacred Heart Sun., 11:30 a.m. - Mass Whitefish Sun., 2:30 p.m. - Mass. Victoire Sat., 7:30 p.m. - Mass. Fr. Sebastin Kunnath Eucharist Celebrations Muskeg Sat., 7:30 p.m. - Mass Mistawasis Sunday, 3 p.m. St. Agatha’s Shellbrook Mass Sunday, 11 a.m.

Fr. Tru Le St. Henry’s - Leask Mass Saturday 7 p.m. St. Joseph’s - Marcelin Mass Sunday, 9 a.m. Fr. Tru Le PRESBYTERIAN Mistawasis Sunday worship 11 a.m. Rev. Bev Shepansky SEVENTH DAY ADVENTIST 407-2nd Ave E, Shellbrook Sat., 9:45 a.m. - Sabbath School. Sat., 11:00 am Worship Broadcast on VOAR 92.1 FM Pastor Stanislav Kondrat 306-764-6853 SOVEREIGN GRACE BAPTIST CHURCH Currently meeting in homes on Sunday morn. and Wednesday evenings. Parkside 747-2309, Leask 466-4498 Marcelin 226-4615 ANGLICAN CHURCH Leask - All Saint’s 8 a.m. - Morning prayer Service. 9 a.m. Holy Communion Canwood - Christ Church 2 p.m. 1st & 3rd Sundays Evening Prayer 2nd & 4th Sundays Holy Communion Mont Nebo - St. Luke’s 2 p.m. - 1st and 3rd Sundays Holy Communion 2nd and 4th Sundays Evening Prayer St. Andrew’s Shellbrook Sunday, 11 a.m. Holy Communion Father Harnish 468-2264 UNITED CHURCH Big River 1st & 2nd Sundays 1 p.m. - Worship at Anglican Church All Other Sundays -10 a.m. Shellbrook - Knox Sun., 10 am - Worship Pastor Dave Whalley

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Saskatchewan Roughriders full of surprises Well you have to hand it to the Saskatchewan Roughriders. They have surprised us in each and every one of their first five games of the 2012 CFL season. The trouble is it hasn't always been a pleasant surprise. The Green & White played pretty much error-free, airtight football in their opening three games on the way to a 3-0 record. It was unreasonable to expect they would play at such a high level the rest of the way but the way the last two weeks have gone is utterly flabbergasting. The Riders blew a 17-point lead in the fourth quarter in Calgary in Week 4 and lost 41-38 in overtime. Rider coach Corey Chamblin vowed that wouldn't happen again but the very next game, this past Saturday at home, the Riders built up a 19-point lead in the fourth quarter against Hamilton only to eventually lose 3534. WHAT?? This football team is thisclose to being 5-0 and being the toast of Canadian football yet they're mired at 3-2

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along with four other teams. "Of course you never like to lose a game in any fashion," Chamblin told us after the game. "There's things we need to reassess and we can't have those second half slides. When turnovers happened, and the long pass to Giguere, field position changed. Those are all part of a game." Yah but they're in first-place going into the bye! Sorry, that's small consolation. A false positive. The biggest concern is they seem to be without the answers for why they can't stop anybody in the fourth quarter. The heat is on quarterback Darian Durant however his offence has put up 38 and 34 points in the past two losses. That's enough to win you games.

Durant is directly responsible for the club's three turnovers the past two weeks yet where are the takeaways? It's a team game and quite frankly while Durant is fine with assuming his share of the blame, there's plenty of blame to go around. What alarms this blogger is that the Riders were unable to follow up Chamblin's promise that a giant lategame collapse wouldn't happen again. That's proof the coach can't control everything but his anger and bewilderment after the game shows he's as frustrated as everyone else. Still, as a good coach does, he's keeping his head up. "The positive is we go into the break a winning team but there are things we have to fix," Chamblin reasoned. "We didn't panic but we have to get guys off these emotional swings. We have to continue to learn how to finish. 42 men need to step up and play hardnosed football." It's all part of a young team growing up together but when you think about what could of been, it keeps you up all night.

Teens dominant in world of women's golf One of the most amazing things about the recent Canadian women’s amateur golf championship in Lethbridge — besides the incredible 14-under-par score over four rounds posted by the champ, Ariya Jutanugarn of Thailand — was the utter dominance by teenagers. This was the Canadian women’s amateur, not the junior women’s. Of the top five, the elder stateswoman was a South Dakota player, Kimberley Kaufman, the only one of legal age to enjoy a cool postround beer. She’s 20. Just call her ‘Granny.” Jutanugarn is a 16-year-old phenom well known in the world of women’s golf, where she’s the world’s No. 1-ranked amateur. She’s a year or two away from the LPGA Tour, where she will take on the world’s best alongside her sister, Moriya, who is 17. Moriya finished second at Lethbridge, with a nine-under-par score. Angel Yin of California finished fourth, and she’s 13. We’ll repeat, this is the women’s amateur. Just in case you thought the world of young teenaged phenoms was limited to Thailand and the United States, think again. The top Canadian finisher was Brooke Henderson of Smiths Falls, Ont. She finished fifth and she’s only 14 years old. Imagine that! Canada’s best women’s amateur golfer is 14! With Canada’s footprint on the LPGA tour about as weak these days as it has ever been — Lori Kane and Alena Sharp stand 76th and 89th respectively in tour

earnings — golf fans in this counicle: “They should've had Keith try might have to wait another six Richards light the Olympic flame or seven years for Henderson to by flicking a cigarette butt.” lend some legitimate Maple Leaf • Ostler, second of three in a presence to the LPGA. row: “Second-guessing: To de“Even at five years of age you clare the Olympics open, why could see that she (Brooke) was didn't they let Mick and Keith special,” her pro, Paulin Vaillanplay ‘Start Me Up’?” court, told Globe and Mail colum• Ostler’s hat trick: “The Chinist Roy McGregor. nese wore great outfits. I heard BRUCE “Even on cold, rainy days when they were made in Connecticut.” no one else would be out here • From TC in BC: “In an atPENTON she’d be here hitting balls. She has tempt to generate more revenue, ~ just an incredible work ethic.” NBA jerseys will feature small Henderson’s youthful talent is ad patches next season. This will not an anomaly among the top open the doors to The Chicago Canadians. Red Bulls, Orlando Magic Kingdom, Denver Second-, third- and fourth-highest finish- McNuggets, LA Frosted Flakers & Sacraing Canadians at the national championship mento Burger Kings. Personally. I’d like to were girls aged 17, 21 and 19. see The Houston Rocket Scientists.” All it means is that Canadian girls are • R.J. Currie of sportsdeke.com: “A Scotcatching up to the rest of the world, where tish brewery has released Never Mind the American Lexi Thompson, 17, is the next big Anabolics, a beer with eight illegal, perforthing, and 12-year-olds in South Korea are mance-enhancing ingredients and high alblack sheep of their families if they’re not cohol content. Or as a Detroit Lion calls it, a regularly shooting under par. real time-saver.” While the Jutanugarns are slam-dunk • Currie again: “Tour de France cyclist stars-to-be in women’s golf, here’s hoping Frank Schleck has tested positive for a Henderson can keep pace. Goodness knows banned diuretic. That sort of thing usually she has youth on her side. gets you in the end.” • Blogger Bill Littlejohn, on why the World • Currie’s hat-trick crack: “In case you Toe Wrestling Championships weren't missed it, Ultimate Fighting has come to broadcast: "They weren't wired for Digital Calgary. And no, we don’t mean Rider fans TV." in the McMahon Stadium beer lines.” • Scott Ostler of the San Francisco Chron• David Whitley, FanHouse: “Too much

is always made of the headaches Olympic visitors must endure. As long as the bus delivering the Dream Team doesn’t get lost, Americans’ biggest worry is Bob Costas will develop laryngitis and NBC will sub-lease Chris Berman.” • British golfer Lee Westwood, to the Vancouver (B.C.) Sun, on why he's moving his family to Florida: "The English winters and the English summers." • A quick one from Dwight Perry of the Seattle Times: “Kobe Bryant said his U.S. basketball teammates should have their citizenship revoked if they don't bring home the Olympic gold medal. ‘Hey, come up with your own material,’ said the Iraqi Sports Minister.” • Budd Bailey of the Buffalo News, on the anonymity of Olympic athletes before and after the Games: “If the Americans do well, they make some money right after the Games on a tour at an arena near you, and then we spectators get ready for the next NFL game.” • Norman Chad of the Washington Post on the Knicks not signing one-month wonder Jeremy Lin to a long-term contract after he became a free agent and signed with Houston: “Geez, that would be like “Happy Days” getting rid of Fonzie after a half-season. Care to comment? Email brucepenton2003@yahoo.ca

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Saturday July 21st, the Silverfins attended their final meet of the season. It took place in Watrous, SK at an outdoor pool. We were very lucky to have a beautiful and hot day, perfect for fast swimming! It was an

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Carnell Olsen: 3rd in 25m breaststroke 4th in 25m backstroke Caleb Smart: 5th in 50m freestyle Aimee Grenier: 5th in 50m breaststroke Jessie Boon: 9th in 50m backstroke Cole Tanchuk: 2nd in 25m breaststroke; 2nd in 25m backstroke Kelsey Toth: 1st in 50m backstroke; 2nd in 50m breaststroke Ben Lafond: 8th 25m backstroke

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Public input sought on the future of electronic heath records eHealth Saskatchewan is inviting residents of Saskatchewan to visit a website to learn more about electronic health records and participate in a short survey to answer questions about what type of electronic services would be useful to them. “We are emerging into a world of huge possibilities in technology allowing people access and information to empower them to be an active partner and decision maker in care options with their health provider or in managing the care of a loved one,” eHealth Saskatchewan CEO Susan Antosh said. “This survey will help us determine what’s important to Saskatchewan residents and if they even desire things like access to their own medical test results, for example.” “We have made a great effort to ensure we are putting the patient first in our health care system, and that includes their electronic health information,” Health Minister Dustin Duncan said. “It’s important that we know what the patient or caregiver needs and wants in that technology and that will be of the most value to them Eventually every person in Saskatchewan will have an electronic health record (EHR) that is a private, lifetime record of their medical information, which will provide authorized health care professionals with immediate access to test results, past treatments and medication profiles. Currently, some of the infrastructure already in place, or under development, which will feed into the information for the EHR includes a Radiology Information System and Picture Archiving Communication System (RIS/PACS), RIS/PACS is a data system that captures diagnostic images such as x-rays, CTs, ultrasounds, MRIs and Mammography that can be accessed by clinicians from anywhere in the province. The Pharmacy Information Program includes information about prescriptions filled within Saskatchewan community pharmacies, and more recently, the Saskatchewan Lab Results Repository was created to allow health care providers to view lab test results for patients. Information collected through the surveys, combined with feedback being gathered through health sector workshops taking place over the summer, will help shape the future of electronic health records in Saskatchewan. “I encourage people to take the time to do the survey as it will help to ensure priorities for EHR are aligned with patient and family-centred care,” Antosh said. The survey can be found at the eHealth Saskatchewan public engagement website at www.ehealth-sk.ca and will be available until midnight on September 7. eHealth Saskatchewan is the Treasury Board Crown Corporation responsible for planning and building a provincial EHR and supporting and maintaining electronic systems that make up the electronic network for the all health regions and health stakeholders in the province.

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FOR SALE BY TENDER The following property: 1) Lot 24 & 25, Block 3, Plan 101485863 also known as the Jammin’ Cafe Tender Closes: WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 15TH, 2012 @ 4:00 PM Highest or any tender not necessarily accepted. For further information please contact the Village of Marcelin at 226-2168 Submit Tender To: Village of Marcelin Box 39, Marcelin, Sask. S0J 1R0 Dated this 25th day of July, 2012. Leanne McCormick CAO

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ACREAGE & HOUSE: 5.6 acres in RM of Canwood, Pt. SE18-53-5 W3; c/w buildings, wood Quonset & granaries; 2 bedroom house, well, running water, wood heat; For more info call John @ 1-306-724-2132. ACREAGE & HOUSE TO SELL AT 2:00 pm. CAMPER:1983 Skylark 5th wheel c/w fridge, 4 burner stove, queen bed, sleeps six, full bath, furnace, 5th wheel hitch; RECREATION EQUIPMENT: Suzuki King Quad – 4 wd; Yamaha Enticer, snow machine, needs carb; 2 sleighs; Dozer blade for quad; LAWN TRACTORS: JD 316 – 42” cut w/tiller; JD 140 – for parts; CARS & TRUCKS: 1994 Chev ½ ton, no motor; 1985 Chev ½ ton, no motor; 1964 Dodge Polara, 4 door, slant 6, not running, for restoration; MISC GUNS: 303 British Rifle; 2 – 22 repeaters; TRAPS: Homemade beaver traps; Bear trap Oneidia Newhouse; Jump traps; Gopher traps; Coyote traps; Beaver traps; Numerous Conibear traps; Numerous leg hold traps; HOUSEHOLD: 2 Chesterfields & chairs; 3 Rocker recliners; Toshiba 27” TV; Antique dresser & chest of drawers; End tables; Cabinet stereo; 1952 – 1977 Golden Jubilee King & Queen pictures; Single bed; Small writing desk; Records; Singer treadle sewing machine; 2 Tables & chairs; 2 Deep Freezes; Fridge; Numerous ornaments; Numerous dishes; Numerous butcher knives; Antique chairs; Walker w/wheels; Exercise bike; BBQ – propane; 4 Folding tables; Many more items too numerous to mention. ANTIQUES: 2 Walking Plows; Horse drawn plow; 2 Horse drawn mowers, 1 complete, 1 for parts; Leather harness machine; Halters & bits; SHOP & MISC: Forney 230 amp welder; Drill press; Air compressor; Craftsman wood lathe; Rockwell Beaver bench saw, 220 hp motor; Band saw; Mastercraft mitre saw; Ryobi rapid set planer; Numerous drills; Sander; Belt sander; Makita sliding compound saw; Wheelbarrow; Chain link fence; Motor stand, for repairing engines; Beam scale; Cement pads; Assorted lumber; Scrap iron; Chicken wire; Wheel weights; Metal saw horse; Cinder blocks; Leg vice; 2 Floor jacks; Bench grinder; Numerous tools; Numerous shovels, rakes; Jackalls; 60 gal slip tank; Numerous culverts; Many more items too numerous to mention.

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RM of Leask meeting highlights The Regular Meeting of the Council of the Rural Municipality of Leask No. 464 was held in the Leask Municipal Office Wednesday, June 13, 2012. The following are the highlights of that meeting: Present were Reeve Len Cantin, Administrator Sheri McHanson Budd and the following Council members: Real Diehl (Div 2), Marcie Kreese (Div 3), Myles Robin (Div 4), Robert Girod (Div 5), and Victor Unyi (Div 6). Councillor Diehl left Council Chambers at 9:15 a.m. That the minutes of the Regular Council meeting of May 23, 2012 be adopted as circulated. Councillor Diehl returned to Council Chambers. That Council recess its’ regular meeting at 10:40 a.m. for the Public Hearingof Bylaw 5/2012. That Council adjourn the public hearing of Bylaw 5/2012 at 10:43 a.m. That Council reconvene the regular council meeting at 10:43 a.m. That council allows the Lac La Peche Resort to use the road access (Lakeview Drive) for overnight camp spots as have been used previously, during the 2012 camping season. Motion Lost. That Council accept the budget amended for Scenario 1, and authorize: a) An increase of one (1) mill to the rate approved in 2011 and b) Transfer an amount of $214,875 from the reserve fund to balance the budget for 2012. That the RM levy a uniform mill rate of 20.5 for 2012. That the Statement of Financial Activities for the period ending May 31, 2012 be approved as presented. That Council accept the auditor’s Consolidated Financial Statements for the year ended December 31, 2011. That Council authorize the administrator to sign the Client Representation Letter dated April 25, 2012 as provided by the auditor. That Council authorize filing a formal complaint against the RM of Redberry & Mike Roschuk with Saskatchewan Watershed Authority with regard to the obstructions of the natural water flow with respect to their properties. That Council authorize the Reeve and Councillors to meet with the RM of Redberry to review the options of correcting the flooding being experienced at Grid 783. That Council approve the job description for the Out of Scope Foreman position as attached. That the Administrator provide notification to the union that we intend to pursue an out of scope foreman position based on the job description approved by Council and we ask the union for its support in its presentation to the Labour Order Board to amend our labour order. That Council accept the following reports presented and that they be filed Reports accordingly: Administrator’s Re-

port and Bylaw Enforcement Report That Bylaw 5/2012 be read a second time and third time and finally adopted. That notice be waived and that Council give Bylaw 7/2012 a first, second and third reading at this meeting. The bylaw was passed. That council requests that Don Kavanagh submit a new claim regarding the fence removal at NE 32-46-04 W3. That council provide assistance to build the road to the Village of Marcelin lagoon, as per their request dated May 28, 2012, in the form of a used culvert if one is available. That the RM hire Jonathan Trask to cut grass at the shop and office at a rate of $30 per occasion. That Council accepts the Crown Hill Gravel agreement dated June 13,: That we advise the Redberry Watershed Agri-environmental Group RWAGP Program that we will no longer be participating in the committee. That the RM correspond with Lynn Dunits and George Boutcher that council will pay $300 for fence removal, $400 for fence reconstruction upon completion of the work as per the agreement and for sale of land. The RM is of the opinion that it has satisfied the terms of agreement for sale and it is not their intention to sell the land. That we accept Boyd Donohue’s bid of $2,800 plus GST for the IH-Tandem Eagle Tandem with snow plow conditional on the subject equipment being removed by June 25, 2012. That Council contacts the Ministry of Highways to close the Carlton-Close Trail Green Lake Trail (Parcel No. 163469133) to allow Mistawasis Specific Land Claims to proceed with reserve creation at NW 35-47-06 W3. That Council authorizes SaskTel’s request to bury telephone cable SaskTel according to the correspondence File: LESK/964161.0010. That Council approve the request for a Development Permit, a discretionary use of the Agricultural zone, for a Shop Shed at NE 35-46-06 W3. That Council approve the request for a Development Permit for a garage at SE 25-46-06 W3 Parcel A Plan 101598240 Ext 70 in the Agricultural Zone with setbacks as follows: Rear Yard 30 Feet; Side Yard 30 Feet; Distance from the centerline of the road 110 Feet And the development of an approach as specified by the Division Councillor and the approach development policy. That Council approve the dock permit for the Boat Nest Dock Association dated May 28, 2012. That Council approve the request for a Development Permit, a discretionary use of the Agricultural zone, for a dock at SW 17-47-07 W3 Parcel D Plan 101992350. That the policy for overtime is that without authorization of the Division where the work is being completed the over-

time in not to be incurred and that a correspondence be sent to all outside employees to remind them of this policy. That Council set a policy the RM Shop is for Authorized Personnel Only and that it be signed accordingly. That Council authorizes the installation of a street light on the power pole at the corner of the grid road and entrance to Pelican Cove at the expense of the hamlet including the operating costs. That Council approves the request for gravelling the road in the organized hamlet of Pelican Cove as of the June 8, 2012 on a custom work basis. That Council approve road construction (tree removal of dead trees and haul fill or blade material from side) along Jessop’s on the east boundary of NE 20-47-06 W3 at an estimated cost of $1,000. Delegations- Boat Nest Marina - Dock Development Permit - 10:13 am - 11:10 am, Bernie Kinder – Beaver Dam Removal 11:10 a.m. – 11:35 a.m. and Brian & Candy Ashby – Lac La Peche Resort – request to close road allowance and lease - 1:00 p.m. – 1:50 p.m.

PA Integrated Enforcement Team makes drug bust On July 27, 2012 members of the Prince Albert Integrated Street Enforcement Team executed a CDSA search warrant on a residence in the City of Prince Albert. As a result of the search of the residence, 2 people were taken into custody without incident. During the course of the investigation police seized 732 grams of marihuana, a digital scale, packaging materials and $1395 dollars cash. Austin Fietz, Age 45, of Prince Albert, Saskatchewan and Sheri Fietz, Age 44, of Prince Albert, Saskatchewan have been charged with possession of marihuana for the purpose of trafficking and possession of proceeds of crime. They will be making their next court appearance in Prince Albert Provincial Court on August 14th, 2012.

RM of Leask No. 464 Dock Policy Public Meetings will be held on

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TENDER CLAY CAP

Prince Albert is hosting it’s 129th Exhibition. Exhibition runs till Saturday, August 4.

Sealed tenders for Clay Cap of Grid Road located E.30,3150-5-3 for a total distance of approximately 3.2 km will be received at the R.M. of Canwood office until 4:00 p.m. C.S.T. on August 14, 2012 and opened in public August 15, 2012 at 9:00 a.m. Approximate Quantities: Clay Cap 19,000 m3 Haul on Clay Cap Material 187,000 m3hm The lowest or any tender will not necessarily be accepted. Each tender amount must be accompanied by a certified cheque or bid bond made out to the Municipality in the amount of 5% of the tender amount. “This project is partially funded by the Government of Canada through the New Deal for Cities and Communities Program.” Specifications and Tender Forms may be obtained from the R.M. office. Lorna Benson, Administrator R.M. of Canwood No. 494 CANWOOD SK S0J 0K0 Telephone: 306 468-2014 AMEC Environment & Infrastructure 2105 Central Avenue North PRINCE ALBERT SK S6V 5S2 Telephone: 306 764-4154


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TAX ENFORCEMENT LIST TOWN OF BIG RIVER PROVINCE OF SASKATCHEWAN Notice is hereby given under the Tax Enforcement Act that unless the arrears and costs appearing opposite the land described in the following list are fully paid before the 3rd day of October, 2012, an interest will be registered based on a tax lien in the Land Title Registry. Note: A sum for the costs in an amount required by subsection 4(3) of the Tax Enforcement Act is included in the amount shown against each parcel. Lot 11, Blk 40, PL 82B12418, Title# 119292284, $5,922.44 Lot 12, Blk 5, PL AA4863, Title# 119152931, $1,211.62 Lot 6, Blk 7, PL AA4863, Title# 119153280, $651.72 Lot 13, Blk 8, PL 101727132, Title# 128568774, $350.49 Lot B, Blk 17, PL CA5201, Title# 141400055, $444.19 Lot C, Blk 17, PL CA5201, Title# 141400044, $444.18 Lot 3, Blk 18, PL BD1388, Title# 141668387, $437.74 Lot 1, Blk 19, PL BD1388, Title# 130771188, $530.73 Lot 4, Blk 21, PL BL3374, Title# 139643343, $481.81 Lot 5, Blk 21, PL BL3374, Title# 139643310, $3,375.09 Lot 6, Blk 39, PL BU4613, Title# 119156711, $6,415.21 Lot 1, Blk 42, PL 84B16680, Title# 119292970, $1,088.50 Dated the 3rd day of August, 2012 Gail Gear, Treasure

NOTICE TO CREDITORS In the Estate of Anna Mary Ritchie, late of Shellbrook in the Province of Saskatchewan, deceased. All claims against the above Estate, duly verified by statutory declaration and with particulars and valuation of security held, if any, must be sent to the undersigned before the 15th day of August, 2012. Wilcox-Zuk-Chovin Law Office Barristers & Solicitors Box 820 (52 Main Street) Shellbrook, Saskatchewan S0J 2E0 Solicitors for the Executors. 2-31C

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NOTICE TO CREDITORS In the Estate of Mary Deanna Clara Dunn, otherwise known as Deanna Dunn, Deanna C. Dunn and Deanna Clara Dunne, deceased In the Estate of Mary Deanna Clara Dunn, late of Big River in the Province of Saskatchewan, retired hospital worker, deceased. All claims against the above Estate, duly verified by statutory declaration and with particulars and valuation of security held, if any, must be sent to the undersigned before the 23rd day of August, 2012. Wilcox-Zuk-Chovin Law Office Barristers & Solicitors Box 820 (52 Main Street) Shellbrook, Saskatchewan S0J 2E0 Solicitors for the Executors. 2-32C

MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE FOR SALE - 2x6 and 2x8 16’ lumber for sale. $450/1000 bf. Please call Park Valley Log and Lumber at 459-4965 or cell 469-0288 3-32C

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Reaching over 10,000 people weekly. Cost for 25 words: Personal Classifieds: Saskatchewan market .........$209.00 One Zone ............................$86.00 $13.25 for 20 words + 20¢ additional Two Zone ..........................$123.00 words for the 1st week. Alberta market .......................$259.00 Additional weeks: $7.75/week + GST. Manitoba market ...................$179.00 Classified Display: BC market .............................$395.00 $17.50/column inch. Minimum 2 Ontario market ......................$429.00 column inches - $35.00 + GST. Central Ontario ..................$139.00 Eastern Ontario ..................$143.00 For All Other Advertising Northern Ontario ..................$82.00 Please Contact Our Office at: Quebec market Ph: 747-2442 or Fax: 747-3000 English ...............................$160.00 Email: news: French ................................$709.00 chnews@shellbrookchronicle.com Atlantic market ......................$159.00 advertising: Across Canada ..................$1,770.00 (excluding French) chads@shellbrookchronicle.com NOTICE TO CREDITORS In the Estate of Marjorie Millie, late of Shellbrook in the Province of Saskatchewan, deceased. All claims against the above Estate, duly verified by statutory declaration and with particulars and valuation of security held, if any, must be sent to the undersigned before the 15th day of August, 2012. Wilcox-Zuk-Chovin Law Office Barristers & Solicitors Box 820 (52 Main Street) Shellbrook, Saskatchewan S0J 2E0 Solicitors for the Executors. 2-31C

TENDERS Memorial Lake Regional Park is inviting Tenders for the construction of a 1656 sq ft. Golf Clubhouse. All trades from excavation to finish will be required. Tender deadline Aug. 27th 2012. Construction to begin mid September. Call 883-8068 for more info. Construction Coordinator

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Lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.

FOR SALE - Fireplace and bar with record player, width 54”, height 40”, depth 16”, long play records also available; Oak entertainment centre, width 54”, height 50”, depth 23”, TV opening width 35”, height 28”, room for electronics, eg: VCR, etc., fold out compartments for tapes and DVDs. Ph: 747-3583 2-31CH

FOR SALE - Rough lumber and timber in all dimensions and lengths, up to 20’ long. Log siding, tongue and grove; panelling and Birch fire wood. Check out our website at www. christiansanlumber. ca. Call 469-2490, Big River TFCH FOR SALE - 1997 Ford ½ ton pickup, body in good shape, needs engine work, will run. Ph: 4664428 4-31CH

AUTOS FOR SALE FOR SALE - 2001 Chev Silverado, 211,000 Kms, $7,500 Call Carlin Toews 883-7219 2-31CH

BINS FOR SALE FOR SALE - 3 Westeel Rosco 3,300 bu. bins, wood floors, $2,000/bin or obo. Ph: 468-2675 4-31CH FOR SALE - 2200 bushel hopper bottom steel bin $2700; also miscellaneous bins. Ph: 306-2264615 3-32CH

LIVESTOCK FOR SALE POPLAR RIDGE ANGUS OFFERING- Registered Purebred Black Angus yearling bulls. Quiet disposition - Easy calving – Semen tested & pasture ready. SHELLBROOK SK 306-747-3038 TFCH

WANTED WANTED - All kinds of feed grain, including heated canola. Now distributors of feed pellets with up to 36% protein. Marcel Seeds, Debden Ph: 306-724-4461 TFCH WANTED - Standing hay to cut and bale in Shellbrook/ Prince Albert area. Phone Glenn at 7473038/981-3653 TFCH

SEED FOR SALE FOR SALE – Winter wheat seed, approx 200 bu., 95% germ. Ph: 883-7021 2-32CH

HOMES FOR SALE HOME FOR SALE - 2012 Quailridge Park Model home 13’ x 44’, fully furnished with full size appliances, central heat & air conditioning, electric fire place, entertainment centre, bay window, etc. One bedroom with optional Den room divider. Very nice home, like new. Delivered to your lot for $54,000 + tax. 306-468-2224, Cell 425-348-8948 6-33CH FOR SALE - 4 bedroom, 1½ storey home in Parkside, recent renovations, large yard & 13’ x 26’ garage. $109,000. Call 1-306-290-3595 3-32CH

FOR SALE – Farm house, Canwood RM (to be dismantled & salvaged) 34’x36’, 2x4 walls, includes newer 12’x34’ addition, 2x6 walls. Brown tin roof, white vinyl siding, 9 windows (various sizes) all in good condition. For more info 468-2757 4-34CH

LAND FOR SALE FOR SALE - 160 acres, 57 tame grass, rest native grass. Some bush, Good building sites. Large dugout and electric fence. RM of Canwood #494. Ph: 724-4903 8-32CH

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NOTICE This newspaper accepts advertisements in good faith. We advise that it is in your interest to investigate offers personally. Publications by this paper should not be taken as an endorsement of the product or services offered.

FOR RENT FOR RENT - 4 bedroom, 3 bathroom, 1½ storey home in Parkside. Recent renovations. $800 a month. Call 1-306290-3595 2-31CH

WANTED TO RENT WANTED TO RENT – Responsible professional people with young family, looking to rent Shellbrook & area. Good references, NS/ND. 306960-4293 2-32CH

HELP WANTED HELP WANTED Shellbrook Motel now hiring for housekeeping and

part time front desk. Ph: 747-2631 TFC HELP WANTED - on grain/cattle farm, experience with farm machinery required; Class 1A and asset. Drivers abstract required, full and part time available. Ph: Mike 306-469-7741 6-35CH HELP WANTED – Spiritwood Stockyards is now accepting applications for the 2012/2013 season for cattle sorters & cattle penners. Experience with livestock preferred. These are part-time positions. Please contact: Brian Jacobsen @ 306-883-2168 4-34CH


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OFFERING PIANO LESSONS in Shellbrook, starting Sept. 2012. For more info call Joy 466-2068 4-34C

AUCTIONS AUCTIONS - E & R Tamke Auction Sale. Saturday, August 11, 2012 9:00AM. Live Internet Bidding 1:00PM 14 kms So. of Saskatoon on Hwy 11 watch for signs. 1-877-49422437 PL#318200 www.bodnarusauctioneering.com

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GARAGE SALE GARAGE SALE - Big garage sale, Friday, August 17, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Leask. Watch for signs. 3-33CH

CARD OF THANKS Now the time's come to bid you adieu To my friends; lots old and some new Though I hate to depart, down deep in my heart I know it's the right thing to do. Miss you all, yes I will But my new place

just fits the bill No more cooking or cleaning The time I'll be gleaning Can be spent in remembering you. Thank you to all who organized and attended my farewell at the Golf Course. I was sent off in grand style. - Norma Cornwell We extend our deepest appreciation and gratitude to the following: The Leask Volunteer Fire Department for holding the fire that destroyed our home at bay, so we could salvage a few precious mementoes; Guy Cadrain for supplying water to the pumpers; Marge, Rodney & Theone, Danny & Joanne, Ray & Jeanette, Sam, Bill

& Eileen, Andy & Connie, Clint & Dorothy, Herb & Marcie, Marvin & Sylvia for the care packages; Diane for making that emergency run to town so Spook would be comfortable; Devon & Dillon for opening the coffee creamer; Andy, Boyd, Don and Marvin for getting the camper hooked up; Ron, Marvin, John & Bruce for getting the water going; Bill & Eileen for feeding the troops fresh buns & burgers. - Barry & Carol.

BLAINE LAKE: Wapiti Library: Books, DVDs, Internet, Study/Meeting Space, Proctor Service. *New Hours*: Tuesday 1-5, Wednesday & Friday 1-5, Thursday 5-8. Weekly Programming: After School Club (Crafts, Stories, Homework Help) Thursday 2:15-5:15, Craft n’ Chat for Adults Thursday 6-8, Drop In Computer Help Friday 2-4. 306-497-3130. CANWOOD: Branch of Wapiti Regional Library Hours: Tues. and Fri., 1 - 5 p.m. Internet services available at the library. DEBDEN: Wapiti Library hours: Monday 3 pm - 7 pm. Afterschool Program 3:30 - 5:00. Wednesday 11 am - 4 pm. Librarian: Aline Hannon LEASK: Wapiti Library Hours: Tues. & Fri.: 1 - 5:30 pm & Sat., 1:00 - 5:00 pm. MARCELIN: Wapiti Library is open Tues. 11 - 4 pm; Thur. 3 - 8 pm. For information on all your library needs, please contact 306-226-2110. SHELLBROOK: Shellbrook Branch of the Wapiti Library located at 105 Railway Ave., West (Provincial building). Library Hours: Mon., 2 - 6:00 pm; Tues., 2 - 8 pm; Wed. 2 - 8 pm; Thur., 2 - 6:00 pm; Fri., 10 - 4 pm. Children’s Story Time: Fri. 10:30 am (Oct. - May). Ph. 747-3419. SPIRITWOOD: Witchekan Wildlife Federation 2nd Annual Gun, Hobby & Collection Show & Sale Sat., Aug. 11, 10 to 5 p.m. Sun., Aug. 12, 10 to 3 p.m. Spiritwood Civic Centre Buy! Sell! Trade! Admission $5/Adults Under 12 Free. Concession on site. For info call Julian 306-984-4715 or Fern 306-883-2651. LEASK: Walter Willoughby Horticultural Society 51st Annual Show on Thur., August 16 from 3 - 6 p.m. at the Leask Lion’s Hall. All Ages Welcome to enter for a Child’s or Adult Showbook. For more info call 747-3301. (See posters for more details) CANWOOD: Canwood Churches are Hosting a Community Vacation Bible School “Adventures on Promise Island” on Aug 14, 15 & 16 from 9:15am -3:00pm at the Canwood Pentecostal Church. 10.00 per child. Must pre-register by Aug 10. ALL kids (K-Gr 6 ish) welcome for outdoor activities, crafts, music, snacks, Bible verses and Tons of FUN!!!!! This years mission project goal is to donate non-perishable food items and coins to the Shellbrook & Area Food Bank. For more info. or to preregister contact Christine Weberg 747-3785 or Sandra Boyle 468-2734.

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Legion #79 and the Catholic Church ladies for the lovely lunch. To everyone who sent cards, donations, flowers, food and in any way helped before and after mom's passing we cannot express our appreciation enough. - The Edith Schlichemeyer Family

MEMORIAMS VAUGHAN - In loving memory of Denny, 1976 - 1994. INDELIBLE Without intending, we came together, unknowing that in a short period our lives would blend to giving part of ourselves to each other.

Now, we leave, no longer able to remove the impact thus experienced. You have become a part of me that I cannot erase, what I carry now is there forever. - Miss you Denny, wish you were here! Love Marcy.

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EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY

HUFNAGEL LTD. is a constantly growing fluid hauling company based out of Lloydminster, SK area. New drivers are needed. Starting wage will be $25/hr and will be adjusted accordingly based on skill and attitude after a 3 month probation. Due to record low turn around within the company, this is your chance to see if you can be part of an extraordinary team where family and safety come first. Oilfield Tickets, Clean Drivers Abstract, and 1 year fluid hauling is required. The shift work is 2 weeks on and 1 off. Holiday Pay, Over time after 8hrs Daily, New Housing Accommodations, Full Benefit pkg. For You and Your Family, Scheduled Holidays, Company Vehicle, $1/hr Extra Bonus for night shifts as well as a $2000/Yearly Bonus. Serious applicants fax resume and abstract to 306-825-5344, call 780-893-0120 or email: hufnagel@me.com. FULL-TIME BAKER REQUIRED at Sobeys in Olds, Alberta. 40 hours per week. Benefits. Fax resume to 1-403-556-8652.

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Advertising Sales Representative required for weekly community newspaper in the Regina area. Experience an asset, but will train suitable candidate. Email resume to: patrick@starnews.ca. Only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

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CAREER TRAINING IF YOU’RE INTERESTED in real estate, then take Appraisal and Assessment, a specialized two-year business major at Lakeland College’s campus in Lloydminster, Alberta. Your training includes assessment principles, computerized mass appraisal valuation of properties, farmland evaluation and property analysis. Start September; www.lakelandcollege.ca. 1-800-661-6490, ext. 5429. MEDICAL TRANSCRIPTION RATED #2 FOR ATHOME JOBS. Start training today. Graduates are in demand! Enroll now. Take advantage of low monthly payments. 1-800-466-1535 www.canscribe.com admissions@canscribe.com

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HEATED CANOLA WANTED!! - GREEN CANOLA - SPRING THRASHED - DAMAGED CANOLA FEED OATS WANTED!! - BARLEY, OATS, WHT - LIGHT OR TOUGH - SPRING THRASHED HEATED FLAX WANTED!! HEATED PEAS HEATED LENTILS "ON FARM PICKUP" Westcan Feed & Grain 1-877-250-5252 Buying/Selling FEED GRAINS heated / damaged CANOLA/FLAX Top price paid FOB FARM Western Commodities 877-695-6461 Visit our website @

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GUARANTEED BEST PRICE LARGE QUANTITIES OF SQUARE & RECTANGLE TUBING AVAILABLE FOR IMMEDIATE SALE. CALL FOR DETAILS

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RURAL WATER TREATMENT Tell them Danny Hooper sent you.

* IRON FILTERS * SOFTENERS * DISTILLERS * KONTINOUS SHOK CHLORINATOR * PATENTED WHOLE HOUSE REVERSE OSMOSIS SYSTEM TIME PAYMENT PLAN O.A.C 1-800-BIG IRON (244-4766) CHECK OUR WEBSITE FOR LOCAL REP AND PHONE NUMBER.

VISIT US ONLINE AT WWW.BIGIRONDRILLING.COM ALSO VIEW OUR 29 PATENTED AND PATENT PENDING INVENTIONS.

PS: WE ALSO SELL SOFTENERS AND PURIFIERS FOR TOWN & CITY WATER. PROVINCE-WIDE CLASSIFIEDS. Reach over 550,000 readers weekly. Call this newspaper NOW or 306-649.1405 for details.

MANUFACTURED HOMES

High Quality Canadian Built Modular Homes & Cottages Over 175 Plans to Choose from. 60-90 Day Turnkey 10 Year Warranty Regina, SK Toll Free: 1-(855)-494-4743 Visit us online: www.prairiebilt.com

Modular, Manufactured or RTM homes. A variety of homes in production or ready to ship Regina,SK 1-866-838-7744 Estevan, SK 1-877-378-7744 www.sherwoodhome.ca

HEALTH SLIMDOWN FOR SUMMER! Lose up to 20lbs in just 8 weeks. Call Herbal Magic today! 1-800-854-5176.

REAL ESTATE FOR SALE. WARMAN 55 PLUS ACTIVE ADULT LIFESTYLE Large Ground Level Townhomes 306 241 0123 www.diamondplace.ca

STEEL BUILDINGS STEEL BUILDING HUGE CLEARANCE SALE! 20X24 $4,658. 25X28 $5,295. 30X40 $7,790. 32X54 $10,600. 40X58 $14,895. 47X78 $19,838. One end wall included. Pioneer Steel 1-800-668-5422. http://www.pioneer steel.ca

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LOOKING FOR FARMLAND THROUGHOUT SASKATCHEWAN Quick Closing No Commission Hiring: Farm manager Pasture land for rent in Ogema and Kayville Ph 1-800-610-6128 Fax 403-457-0223 info@maxcrop.ca

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