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Public tours of the Tranquille tunnels began on Friday, Sept. 7. They run hourly on weekends from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. Admission is $18.50 for those 12 and older, $15.50 for children and seniors 65 and older and $48.50 for a family of four. Tickets are available at the Kamloops Live Box Office, 1025 Lorne St., 250-374-5483, kamloopslive.ca. The tour is not handicap-accessible. General manager Tim McLeod said the project is a work in progress and will grow, not only as they reveal more of the tunnels, but through a partnership with the B.C. Wildlife Park, which is providing its expertise in special effects.There are also some plans to up the spooky quotient closer to Halloween. Andrea Klassen/KTW
TUNNELLING AT TRANQUILLE By Dale Bass STAFF REPORTER firstname.lastname@example.org
INNIE KNEW TRANQUILLE WELL. As a young nurse, barely 19, she had transferred to the sanatorium from a similar position in New Westminster. She met her husband there, tended patients there and — well, the end of her story at the former institution should remain in the mist of time. But, the people who are now managing the development on Kamloops Lake,
The underground passageways at the old sanatorium are now open to the public — if you dare to venture down there . . . past Kamloops Airport, could think of no one better than Minnie to conduct tours of some of the tunnels under the buildings. Minnie greeted the first group to head down into the darkness, which, in years past, had been busy with laundry staff collecting the dirty and returning the clean to the rooms, and with cafeteria staff moving food to the
many buildings housing patients. Minnie stopped along the way to point out the many enlarged photographs of the tunnels as they were when Tim McLeod, manager at the property, and others first made their way into them. Elevator shafts littered with bedding, furniture and other debris. Vandalism everywhere, some of it graf-
fiti, some of it holes in the walls where invaders tried to salvage copper. Minnie talked of her life there as she led the group along — how, at one time, there were upwards of 500 employees with a payroll in the millions, all providing care to patients. She talked of the history of the site, opening in November
1907 to treat people with tuberculosis. As one of the nurses, it was her job to implement the treatment prescribed by Dr. Charles Fagan, one based on exposure to cold air, nutritious food and no exercise. Minnie spoke with some pride that the place where she worked was once featured in a television show, episode five in the second season of Fear, in which, she whispered ominously, it was declared the institution had “the spookiest building in B.C.” X See GET READY A2
The Tournament Capital’s new top cop says he won’t dwell on the well-documented issues that have plagued the Kamloops detachment in recent years. RCMP Supt. Brad Mueller began his term as Kamloops’ detachment commander on Monday, Sept. 9. “For me, I think it’s important that we know the past and understand the past as we move forward,” said Mueller, who spent a half-hour of his first day on the job taking questions from reporters. “I’m new in the chair here and I don’t plan on really moving backwards. “That said, if there’s some issues we need to look at, we will.” The Kamloops RCMP detachment has received its share of unwanted limelight going back to 2010, with incidents including a controversial police-involved shooting, the so-called cellblock sex scandal and a number of cases of local officers being charged criminally with offences including assault and impaired driving. X See NEW CHIEF A4
‘For me, I think it’s important that we know the past and understand the past as we move forward. I’m new in the chair here and I don’t plan on really moving backwards. That said, if there’s some issues we need to look at, we will.’ — Kamloops RCMP Supt. Brad Mueller
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The tunnel tour at Tranquille is expected to become a popular option in Kamloops. During a media preview, Minnie (below, based on an employee at Tranquille in the last century) conducted the underground tour. Andrea Klassen photos/KTW
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Minnie stopped at the meat-cutting room, now filled with stories about Tranquille and reproductions of old photos â€” moments in time captured to share with those who dare enter the darkness to shed some light on the past. She told the group of the last patient to leave the facility when it was finally shut down by the provincial government, which had changed its focus from TB to mental-health â€” a 14-year-old girl. She didnâ€™t know why the girl had been a patient, but noted society had changed and institutionalizing the mentally ill was no longer acceptable. McLeod took over the tour for a bit as Minnie seemed to be upset. He showed the group tuggers (used to ferry laundry through the tunnels) recovered when they took snow shovels down to clean the floors to prepare the tunnel â€” just one of miles and miles of tunnels on the property. On Saturday, Aug. 31, some staffers managed to get the tuggers running.
And we had some races down here,â€? McLeod said, â€œbouncing off the walls.â€? Ironically, someone who found the siteâ€™s Facebook page contacted McLeod and told him of how she used to drive the tuggers, delivering laundry back and forth â€” and of how that job and all the others in the laundry and kitchen had once been restricted to men. It was only through women like her and the support of their union that the â€œglass ceiling was broken here,â€? he said. Thereâ€™s a corner in the tunnel where new history will be recorded. Anyone with any connection to Tranquille is invited to record that linkage for future tour participants to see. As the tour came to an end, Minnie continued her story. Married with a young child, she no longer worked at Tranquille, but was forced to return one day. It had something to do with a park, her little son and her forgetfulness. And, it is part of the history that lives on below ground in the tunnels and above ground in the ramshackle remains of Tranquille.
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As Kamloops Golf & Country Club enters its 100th anniversary year, it is offering special rates to thank the people of Kamloops for their support and patronage for the past century. New memberships are now at a 25% discount. When 4 new members join the club they will only pay for 3. You can sign up for any membership in any combination of full play or limited play and the discounts apply. If you don't have any friends, "no problem," says General Manager Harold Simkins, "We are asking folks to bring four, but in the event they need a fourth or a third, we are compiling a list of singles to help. KGCC will also allow all new memberships that are 50% paid in advance to golf free for the remainder of 2013 after September 1, 2013. Buy a full membership and golf the rest of 2013 for free, you also get free
range balls for the 2014 season. Thatâ€™s a $1,200 value for the 4 members. Also included in the full-play memberships is one free Jr. Golf membership for each new member signed. Thatâ€™s an additional $1,200 value for the 4 new members. "So, here's the deal," says Harold. "Your best value is 4 full play new memberships at $1575 each. "That is unlimited golf with no restrictions". You get 4 Free Jr. Memberships and free range balls for all 4 members. "If you add it up, it is a $10,800 package for only $6,300. You save $4,500. "Never in the 100 years that I have been here (not really) have we made such an offer." Says Harold. "If you're not golďŹ ng Kamloops Golf & Country Club next year you're paying too much" If you have any questions or wish to join, call the Pro Shop at 250-376-3231
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SEASON OF THE STING This summer has been one full of warmth and wasps — oh, so many wasps. As a result, wasp traps like these the city has hung in Riverside Park have been difficult to find in stores. With a heat wave in place for the rest of the week — the mercury will remain above 30 C through the weekend — expect the nasty flying weapons to be out in full force. Dave Eagles/KTW
Ajax open houses continue at TRU through Thursday By Andrea Klassen STAFF REPORTER email@example.com
There won’t be any hard data on vibrations, noise or other effects of the proposed Ajax copper and gold mine on Kamloops, but proponents are hoping four days of open houses can still answer some community questions. “We don’t have results available, so we want people to keep that in mind,” said company spokeswoman Robin Bartlett. “But, they will hopefully have a better understanding of the components that go into the testing we’re doing.” Each of the open houses,
which began on Monday, Sept. 9, and run through Thursday, Sept. 12, will feature identical presentations from the experts conducting studies for the mine’s environmental assessment. Bartlett said the experts will go into detail about what is required to model the mine’s effects on air. water, noise and vibrations. Experts will also discuss Ajax’s human health and ecological risk assessment and the impacts of blasting, including ground vibrations and noise energy. “This is a pretty small number of models compared to what we’re doing overall, but these are the ones where people are most
consistently the most concerned in the community right now,” Bartlett said. When KGHM first said last spring it was planning another round of open houses, the company was still planning to submit an application for an environmental-assessment certificate in late September. But, last month the company scrapped that plan, saying it had found new ore bodies that required further study and could change the setup of the mine. Ajax’s application is now expected some time in 2014. Bartlett said the company still thinks it’s important to give residents some information in the meantime.
“We can’t give results, but they might have a better understanding of why maybe it takes as long as it does for us to get through the process, all the different steps we need to take and what we’re actually looking for,” she said. All four sessions will take place in the Grand Hall at Thompson Rivers University. Afternoon presentations will today ( Tuesday, Sept. 10) and Thursday, Sept. 12, from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. An evening session will take place on Wednesday, Sept. 11, from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. Pre-registration for the events is encouraged, Bartlett said, but not mandatory. To do so, call
250-374-5446 or email info@ ajaxmine.ca. KGHM’s representatives won’t be the only people talking Ajax on TRU campus during the sessions. The Kamloops Area Preservation Association is planning a rally outside the Campus Activity Centre on Thursday, Sept. 12 at 12:30 p.m. A Facebook page for the demonstration describes it as a “peaceful protest to bring awareness to the KGHM and our City Council that this mine is not in the best interest of our city.” Bartlett said the company is aware of KAPA’s plans. “That’s their choice to do that. They have that right,” she said.
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Police probe mystery of barbecued Ram Kamloops Mounties are hoping tips from the public will help them figure out the story behind a pickup truck found burned to a crisp in
Batchelor Heights early on Monday, Sept. 9. Just before 3 a.m., emergency crews were called to a location on North River Drive after someone spotted a vehicle on fire. Firefighters arrived to find the truck — a 2012 Dodge Ram — fully engulfed in flames. “Investigators are deeming the fire as suspicious based on some evidence gathered,” Bush said, adding there’s no indication the vehicle was stolen. She said the owner has been made aware of the incident. Beyond that, Mounties are staying tight-lipped. Anyone with information can call police at 250-828-3000 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.
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“But, I don’t think that, initially, I can see myself bringing anything new or making any drastic changes. “As I’ve said previously, the priorities that are in place [at the Kamloops detachment] are in line with my priorities.” Mueller, 47, comes to Kamloops from Manitoba, where he served most recently as the assistant district officer of that province’s west division — a role that saw him overseeing the operations of 35 rural detachments. The former Brandon Wheat King — he played 25 games in the 1984-1985 WHL season for the Wheaties, tallying one goal, four assists and 31 penalty minutes — said he likes
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What do you get when a team of heavily armed police officers swarm a so-called “crack shack” on a downtown street? In the case of the Kamloops RCMP’s emergency-response team raid of an apartment unit on Seymour Street under the cover of darkness over the weekend, you get two BB guns and a small amount of drugs. Kamloops Mounties raided the apartment, at 352 Seymour St., at 8:20 p.m. on Friday, Sept. 6, acting on a tip that the residence was home to a cache of firearms. Seven people — four men and three women — were found inside and questioned. All but one of them — a 48-year-old woman who is known to police — were released a short time later. The woman who was taken into custody has since been released without charge. Kamloops RCMP
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LONG TRIP FOR SHORT-TRACKERS During what has now become their annual visit to Kamloops, members of the Chinese national short-track speed-skating team worked out at the Hillside Stadium between on-ice sessions at the McArthur Island Sport and Event Centre. The team first came to Kamloops for pre-season training in the summer of 2008, with the city then pegging the economic impact at no less than $30,000, which is what the team paid in facility fees that year. Dave Eagles/KTW
Women in Mining opens Kamloops chapter By Andrea Klassen STAFF REPORTER firstname.lastname@example.org
When the directors of a new Women in Mining group were thinking of activity ideas, educational presentations in the traditional “lunch and learn” seemed like an obvious choice. There’s just one problem, though it’s the kind chairwoman Nicole Trudell is happy to have. “Given the difference in travel times between New Gold and Highland Valley and even Gibraltar — because we’ve had women from Williams Lake and Kelowna and Vernon as well enquire — we thought we’d do an evening learning session instead,” Trudell said. Officially up and running for about a month, Women in Mining’s Kamloops chapter is the fourth of its kind in B.C. Trudell said the group will offer a combination of networking and socializing events and continuing education opportunities. Members will also encourage younger women to get involved in the industry and
in community causes. “It’s a good opportunity for a bunch of women to get together,” said Trudell, who is part of the community-relations team at KGHM Ajax. “A lot of women in this industry, say geologists for example, don’t often work very close to communities. “A lot of them get sent up north or to remote areas. So, for them when they’re travelling a lot, it’s nice to be able to come home and have some women to connect with.” Trudell said studies show women hold less than 20 per cent of mining jobs in B.C. as of 2011. Though the number is growing, there are some challenges women have in the field that friends and family members in another industry may not relate to so easily. “I know of a mom who’s trying to support a family and she lives here in Kamloops, but she works in the Northwest Territories,” Trudell said. “So, she’s gone for two weeks at a time, two weeks away from her kids and family.” Meeting other women in the industry
can also point members in new directions, showing them new career opportunities. The organization will hold its first social event this fall, likely in late October. After-work guest speaker sessions will come in 2014. Trudell also wants to see the group follow Women in Mining
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Keep calm and keep that liquid on: City water parks remain open during this week of heat Thanks to sunny, warm weather this month, the water park at Albert McGowan Park in Sahali has been re-opened this week and will remain open daily from noon to 7 p.m. The city decided to help keep kids cool by extending the water-park season based on a blistering forecast. Kamloops will remain under sunny skies through the weekend, with suntanning highs of 31 C today (Sept. 10), 31 C on Wednesday, Sept. 11, 32 C on Thursday, Sept. 12, 34 C on Friday, Sept. 13, 31 C on Saturday, Sept. 14, and 28 C on Sunday, Sept. 15. For additional information, contact the city’s parks division at 250-828-3551.
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A man facing two murder charges following an apparent gang-related double-slaying more than three years ago will stand trial in November. Jury selection for Roy Frederick Fraser’s trial is scheduled to take place on Nov. 4, followed by a month-long trial beginning on Nov. 12. Fraser, 56, is accused of killing Kenneth Yaretz and Damien Marks in the spring of 2009. Yaretz, 24, and Marks, 31, went missing in mid-April of that year. Their bodies were discovered in a shallow grave on Fraser’s Knouff Lake property a month later. Fraser was initially arrested in May 2009 on suspicion of possession of stolen property, while Kamloops RCMP executed the search warrant at his property which eventually led to the discovery of the bodies. He was released without charge five days later, promptly re-arrested and then released again. It wasn’t until October 2010 — 17 months after the bodies were discovered — that Kamloops Mounties held a press conference to announce two murder charges against Fraser, and the issuance of a Canada-wide warrant for his arrest. He turned himself in to police in Burnaby 12 hours later. Fraser was in custody until January 2012 when, following a
week-long preliminary hearing, he was released on $100,000 bail. Not much can be reported about the case other than what police revealed at the press conference announcing charges against Fraser, in addition to background KTW reported in the weeks following the discoveries of Yaretz’s and Marks’ bodies in Knouff Lake. When Mounties revealed they had laid charges against Fraser, they described their investigation as “painstaking” and said DNA played a large part in securing charges. Yaretz and Marks were believed to have been close friends and roommates. While Marks had no criminal history, Yaretz was a convicted drug dealer with ties to the Independent Soldiers street gang and its one-time Kamloops leader Jayme Russell. Court documents filed at the Kamloops Law Courts in 2008 stated Yaretz was in a vehicle with Russell that summer when it was pulled over by police. Fraser also has a criminal record, having received a two-year federal prison sentence after being convicted in 1999 on a number of drug charges in Saskatchewan. In that instance, police in Saskatoon found Fraser with $120,000 worth of marijuana and hashish he was trying to sell. After serving just four months of that sentence, Fraser was released on parole and moved to the Kamloops area.
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OCAL POLITICIANS from across B.C. are in Vancouver from Sept. 16 to Sept. 20 to take part in the annual Union of B.C. Municipalities convention. There will be trivia reported as news, such as the cost of hotels. Suggestions to license mobility scooters or lower speed limits to 40 km/h, dreamed up in Vancouver Island retirement locales, will be rejected by delegates from the rest of the province. Serious discussion will revolve around a report by a UBCM executive committee to reshape the financial relationship between the province and local governments. If this proposal gets the support it deserves, Premier Christy Clark’s government will be asked to undo a couple of decades of political meddling in that relationship. One problem for local governments is that they depend on property tax — a stable source of revenue, but one that has no relationship to the property owner’s ability to pay. It tends to load costs onto lowerincome groups, such as seniors and renters. Economic growth results mainly in increased corporate and personal income-tax revenues as well as sales taxes, which aren’t shared with local governments. One key proposal is to return to a system of revenue-sharing grants introduced by the Social Credit government in the 1980s. They were funded by one point each from personal and corporate
TOM FLETCHER Our Man In VICTORIA income tax and six per cent of sales-, fuel- and resource-tax revenues, thus increasing in years when provincial revenues were strong. The UBCM proposal is to put a share of provincial revenues into an infrastructure bank, to be distributed by the organization on a more stable basis. Saanich Mayor Frank Leonard, one of the authors of the report, uses a basketball analogy to describe the current system of federal-provincial grants for road and bridge projects. It’s a “jump ball,” where communities have to apply to a fund when it’s offered and then see who gets it. Even if a community wins the jump ball, they may find themselves with costs inflated by a hot construction market and an arbitrary deadline to get the job done. Then there are new regulations imposed by senior governments. The most dramatic example these days is a 2020 federal deadline for Greater Victoria to construct landbased sewage treatment. Even with federal and provincial cost-sharing, this project is going to land heavily on property-tax bills, including those of pensioners and
poor renters who will have it passed on to them. Leonard points to another arbitrary system — provincial facilities that pay grants in lieu of property taxes. Saanich is home to the University of Victoria, a community of 25,000 people that needs water and sewer service, as well as police and fire protection. Saanich gets an annual grant in lieu of property taxes of $120,000 for UVic, enough to cover wages and benefits for one cop and maybe some gas money. Cariboo Regional District chairman Al Richmond, co-chair of the UBCM committee, is concerned about new water and flood-protection legislation the province is preparing to impose. His district and others like it have thousands of kilometres of riverfront, with relatively few property owners. Interior communities also want BC Hydro to pay something for power lines, as is now being done with some aboriginal territories. Local politicians will be expecting a sympathetic ear from the new version of the B.C. Liberal government. Former Quesnel councillor Coralee Oakes is the new community, sport and cultural development minister, with direct responsibility for local government issues. And one of the original members of this UBCM committee was former Langley City mayor Peter Fassbender, who is now minister of education. email@example.com Twitter:@tomfletcherbc
The news about frosh chants at the University of B.C. and St. Mary’s University in Halifax has shone the light of publicity on some of the less-desirable aspects of campus life at many of Canada’s post-secondary institutions, including some of the most prestigious. The chants that have received attention portray young women as sex objects and glorify violence against women. They are far more than the “school spirit” chants student leaders say they are because they put into words what some students actually think about life on campus. While the respective student societies say they are disciplining the leaders of the specific organizations involved, this is not enough. University leaders and governments may have to become involved. Student societies on most campuses are notorious for protecting insiders — those deeply involved in student politics. It’s a lucrative profession, as students are forced to pay fees to student societies, whose officers are elected by a tiny percentage of students. They do all they can to entrench themselves in power and enrich themselves. Getting rid of them when they do something egregious is almost impossible. University administrations have to start getting much tougher with student organizations and demand far more accountability. This applies in the area of finances, elections, conflict of interest and, as highlighted in this case, initiation procedures. Provincial governments also have a role to play in this — something from which they have shied away. These universities are under the control of provincial legislatures and most of their operating funds come from taxpayers. It is appalling that institutions supposed to train young people to take their place as responsible adults allow such behaviour to take place. The fact these frosh chants are supposed to be kept under wraps, and that participants are forced to take part in them, makes matters even worse. Universities are supposed to be a place for free expression, not forced behaviour. Provincial Advanced Education Minister Amrik Virk, a former Langley RCMP inspector, and other provincial governments need to set strict guidelines for student societies and immediately suspend those societies that do not comply with basic rules of responsible behaviour.
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Re: Story: Loewen behold — Jamaicanborn hockey player has eyes on NHL: “Then: Loewen was one of 50,000 orphans in Jamaica. He was one of 18 available for adoption. “Today: As a rising hockey star, he’s hoping that one day he can say, ‘I’m one of two Jamaican-born NHLers.’ “Graeme Townshend, I know you’d be proud to share that title with a deserving kid like Loewen.” — posted by Laurie Townshend
Re: Story: Hair today, donated tomorrow: “Bless these kids. “Their parents are clearly doing something right. “Keep up the good work.” — posted by Rocko Martin
Re: editorial: At the U.S. border, do not ask, do not tell: “If they legalize marijuana, the majority of us non-potheads will be forced to smell the filthy stench of it practically everywhere. “What kind of injustice is this?” — posted by Mohammed Abdul Khader
KTW reader Ken Ball says taking a tour of the proposed site of the Ajax mine is crucial to making a decision on whether one supports the project. KTW file photo
Go and see the proposed KGHM Ajax site for yourself Editor: On Aug. 8, I went on a tour of the proposed Ajax mine site south of Aberdeen and was very impressed with the presentation. The tour director was very well-versed and informative. My general conclusion after taking the tour? If more people would do likewise, they would understand the
scope of the project. Reading mostly negative comments from people sitting at a computer is certainly unfair to the company in the process of developing such a project. We all need to get off our rears and go see the site. Ken Ball Kamloops
Editor: Re: Dale Bass’s column Aug. 29 (‘Message of tolerance trumped by Miley and musical misogyny’): Martin Luther King Jr. would dislike “tolerance trumped by misogyny.” I sympathize, but wouldn’t he say it’s not about popularity or games, but what we do when we encounter fear and hatred? (To laugh at racist jokes — or not.) I think he’d say the current gossip about senators is shameful distraction. They are old friends facing lawful punishment for their stumbles, but they are ridiculed, too. It’s inappropriate as there are more important issues. Perhaps King would shake his head at simplistic restraint ideologies aimed at layoffs of letter carriers and the conjecture that the Internet could replace Canada Post, despite the web’s manipulations, dangerous addictive amusements, gossip, bullying, scams and crime. He might ask whether Canadians are really so cool, so seemingly unconcerned about danger. Canadians often insist there is also (always) a “bright side” (anyway). There is no “bright side” to our sales of assault weapons, government stonewalling, natives living in contaminated swamps, compromising CBC journalism or the Prime Minister’s Office’s list of “enemy” Canadians. King told us, “I have a dream!” Some adults seem unsure about that, but our kids believe in truth, decency, fairness, law, democracy and dreams. I think King would smile and say, “Thanks, Dale Bass!” Daryl Clayton Kamloops
Remember those who made Kamloops Airport a reality Editor: Open letter to Kamloops Airport Ltd., Kamloops Airport Authority Society, City of Kamloops, Kamloops Museum & Archives, educators and parents: Please either remove or post a disclaimer as to the accuracy of the History of Canadian Airports by T.M. McGrath, with respect to Kamloops Airport on Fulton Field (YKA). There is too much
misinformation regarding early days of our airport. I was a contributor to the works of McGrath. My 1989 contribution was from material I was able to find during limited spare time over four months. At no time did McGrath contact me. History in McGrath’s writing does not reflect the many hours leaders of the City of Kamloops spent trying to establish an airport. These city leaders
had to contend with a stock-market crash and the Great Depression before recovering enough to engage in the development of an airport in 1938. As far as children researching the airport facility for heritage projects, they should use Kamloops’ city council minutes and archived copies of the Kamloops Sentinel and Kamloops Daily Sentinel for early information.
Children should follow the names of city council members from 1927 — the names of Charles Edward Scanlan, Fred W. Scott and John Calbern Stainton. These three men should be recognized for their contribution to our airport facility and aviation in B.C. In later years, the services of George Greer and Ian Clark and others must be recognized. The Sept. 13, 1938,
edition of the Sentinel reported, “Kamloops has an airport.” The property of the facility was covered by bylaw No. 830. The Dec. 15, 1938 edition of the Sentinel reported, “Airport licence approved.” The Kamloops Municipal Airport was officially opened on Aug. 5, 1939, with an air show. Neil Burton aviation researcher Kamloops
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It happens every year â€” kids go back to class and drivers speed through school zones. Since the first bell rang on Tuesday, Sept. 3, to the end of the day on Wednesday, Sept. 4, police issued more than 30 tickets for myriad infractions: Driving above the posted 30 km/h speed limit, seatbelt violations, driving without insurance and, in one case, driving while prohibited. â€œDrivers need to be reminded of these school zones,â€? Kamloops RCMP Cpl. Cheryl Bush said. â€œIn particular, the Tranquille Road and Third Avenue school zones seemed to have the most offenders, which is consistent with these being very mainstream roadways.â€? Bush said there is an increased police
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Dishcrawl set to hit downtown By Andrea Klassen STAFF REPORTER email@example.com
It’s one part dinner, one part pub crawl and one part foodie mystery. Over the course of a Wednesday evening, about 40 diners will hit four restaurants for a three-hour taste of downtown Kamloops. Along the way, they will taste 10 dishes encompassing six different cuisines, chat with chefs and owners and, local organizer Anita Lyapina hopes, make a few new friends along the way. “We want to gather people from the same
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tacos, food trucks and other specialities, but the restaurant crawl is its signature. The company has run similar events across North America, including Nanaimo and Vancouver. In Kamloops, the crawl will take place downtown, with all restaurants within a 10 minute walk of each other. “I think it’s the most charming area in Kamloops to feature,” Lyapina said. “It has lots of different places and we want to support local businesses. We don’t work with chains.”
After blasting through estimates in 2012, Kamloops’ building-permit numbers are looking more conservative in 2013. Through the first six months of the year, the city processed just under $80 million in permits, according to a mid-year update from development and engineering services. By that time in 2012, the city had given out $101 million in permits.
While Lyapina will confirm all the restaurants are locally owned and highly ranked on UrbanSpoon, Yelp and other social media sites, there’s little else she or the company is giving away about where Dishcrawlers will dine on their night out. Diners won’t find out where they’re headed until 48 hours before the event, when they will learn where they need to meet up. Lyapina said diners can expect some variety in their night. “We try not to do, for example, only Italian restaurants or only
While residential construction is slightly up for the year, building construction values for commercial, industrial and institutional project are less than half what they were a year ago. However, the city is still on track to meet its permit projection of $106 million for the year, the report notes, thanks to high-value expansions planned for Moly-Cop and the Royal Inland Hospital.
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Talking about what to expect at school can also ease jitters. Parents can establish a school-like structure at home to illustrate their points. Have set times for meals and snacks, require small chores be done on time and set
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The Educational Testing Services reports that students who do more reading at home are better readers and have higher math scores. Kindergarten is a child's initial foray into the world of academia. Much has changed in the kindergarten curriculum, and parents can expect their kids to be learning much more in kindergarten than they once did.
SUNNYSIDE C H I L D C A R E
We would love to have you join us!
“A lifetime of learning begins here”
Offering Pre-school Programs: 3 year olds: Monday & Wednesday 8:45-12:15 4 year olds: Tuesday & Thursday 8:45-12:15 French Pre-School: Thursday 12:30-4:00 & Friday 8:45-12:15
Out of School Care 5 to 12 year olds - Monday to Friday 7:15 am to 8:15 am & 2:30 pm to 5:30 pm
Limited space available. OUR “NEW” CENTRE IS NOW OPEN!
421 St. Paul Street, Kamloops, B.C. V2C 2J7 Phone 250-372-1043 Fax 250-374-5368
“Dedicated to putting children first”
Pre-School & Out of School Care
A Licensed Early Childhood Education Centre
Before & After School Care offered for Grades 1 through 7 Licensed centre & staff
Before & After School Care Drop-off and Pick-up from RLC Elementary located in Barnhartvale Nutritious Snacks Provided Fun Games, Activities and Crafts in an Accepting & Caring Environment CPR First Aid & Criminal Record Check Licensed Facility 6062 Pringle Road, Kamloops BC 250.819.7582
1764 Valleyview Drive Preschool Childcare - Ages 1 to 12
1585 Summit Drive Preschool Childcare - Ages 5 to 12
1711 Copperhead Drive Preschool Childcare - Ages 1 to 12
VISIT OUR WEBSITE FOR OPEN HOUSE TIMES & TOU UR INFORMATION TOUR September Preschool & All Day Care available for ages 3-6
Our excellent educators will provide: • Freedom of choice • Independence • Love for learning • Practice of virtues • Pre-Literacy • Science & culture • Concrete & abstract math concepts • Music & art
SPACES AVAILABLE NOW!
Programs we offer are: • Infant/Toddler: 7:30 am to 5:30 pm • Preschool: 8:45 am to 11:15 am OR 11:45 am to 2:15 pm • 3-5 Preschool / Childcare: 7:30 am to 5:30 pm • School Age Care: Before and after school care (including kindergarten children) 7:30 am to 5:30 pm. Check our website for pick up locations.
Our Montessori Enhanced program includes: Montessori prepared environment • Practical Life - activities to aid in developing independence for the child • Sensorial - physical development of the senses • Language - speaking, listening, reading and writing • Mathematics - concepts of number, shape and space • Cultural Studies - enrich the child’s understanding of the world through the study of zoology, botany, geography, history, art and music
Enhanced environment • Block area and dramatic play area - helps children learn socially, physically, intellectually and creatively • Extensive theme, phonics, art and music program
Reserve your space by calling today. 1565 Summit Drive • 250-828-2533 Ages 12 months - 12 years • Monday - Friday • 7:00 am - 5:30 pm
We welcome Heather McCrae, our new manager.
. . . always putting children ﬁrst & always going
RAINBOW PRESCHOOL Kamloops Parent Participation Preschool A Non-Proﬁt Preschool Enhancing the lives of Children & Families since 1982 Play Enrichment & Kinder Readiness Mondays & Wednesdays Aberdeen Elementary School - Community Room Participation by parents is NOT mandatory
KAMLOOPS MONTESSORI SCHOOL 920 Greystone Crescent • 250-372-9945 Registration ongoing.
Creative Beginnings 1400 Hugh Allan Drve
(Beside Aberdeen McDonald’s)
*PRESCHOOL *DAYCARE *AFTERSCHOOL CARE Full-days or part-days available
Our program allows Children to work at their individual level of development. We expand the children’s world by both Self Directed and Adult Directed Activities in -Physical, Social, Intellectual, Emotional and Aesthetic Development. Our parents are welcome into our classroom at any time. Our program is Holistic not following only one theory of Child Development but taking the best of all Philosophers to develop well rounded articulate conﬁdent problem solvers who love learning.
Please contact Linda Kehoe at 250 828 1721 or firstname.lastname@example.org
CONTACT ANY OF OUR 4 LOCATIONS TO ARRANGE A TOUR!
CHEAPEST RATES IN KAMLOOPS
*Montessori enhanced *Self-motivated learning experiences * Extensive academic programming *Language and Reading programs *Pick-ups from some local schools
REGISTER NOW ~LIMITED SPACE AVAILABLE! 250-377-8700 or 250-319-8586 www.creativebeginningspreschool.ca
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BACK TO SCHOOL
Telus School safety tips from BC Transit helps kids in need September is the busiest month of the year for BC Transit as thousands of children go back to school. For that reason, BC Transit is
Just in time for the new school year, 360 local students will receive a backpack full of school supplies to help them start the school year off right, courtesy of Telus Community Ambassadors throughout Kamloops. Each year, Telus Community Ambassadors fill backpacks with essential school supplies for each grade — pencils, notebooks, loose-leaf sheets, pencil cases, rulers and much more. The Kits for Kids program is part of the annual Telus Day of Giving — a special day in May when Telus team members and retirees across Canada volunteer thousands of hours of community service to help build healthy, sustainable communities. “Going back to school with all the basics you need is essential for success, but they can be expensive for a family working hard to make ends meet,” said Pat Bauer, president of the Kamloops Telus Community Ambassadors. “For some, it is a choice between food on the table or pens and paper for school. “We want to make sure no family has to make that choice and that all students have the tools they need to succeed at school. “All children deserve an opportunity to succeed, learn and grow.” Since 2006, Telus Community Ambassadors have donated more than 70,000 Kits for Kids that school districts distribute to help young people start the school year with the supplies they need to flourish.
reminding its 3,000-plus transit operators — and all drivers — across the province to be extra cautious as the new school year begins.
Motor-vehicle crashes are the leading cause of injury and death among children. Children are often distracted, especially at the start of the school year. They are quick, small and often less visible than adults. “Look for clues that children
might be on or near roads,” said John Palmer, BC Transit’s director of safety and the environment. “If a driver spots groups of children together, busy playground areas, bicycles or toys on the road ahead, these are all indicators that children may be at risk.”
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AT NORTHILLS CENTRE
S H A M P O O LT D
BARBER Men’s Cuts • Hot Facial Shave
OPEN EVERYDAY 8:00AM - 10:00PM
MON-FRI 9-7 • SAT. 9-6 • SUN. 10-5
C M GOOS SMOKES ‘N STUFF
FISH & CHIPS
00 7 250-376-0322
CHICKEN BURGER, FRIES & CAN OF POP
11.95 $ 15.95 $
YOUR BACK TO SCHOOL SOURCE !
POST OFFICE • LOTTERY CENTRE WIRELESS INTERNET • FAX SERVICE • PHOTOCOPY SCAN DOCUMENTS & ACCESSORIES ZIPPO LIGHTERS
SEE IN-STORE FOR DETAILS
250-554-3494 FOR MORE INFO 250-376-1259
700 TRANQUILLE ROAD KAMLOOPS • Ardene • Back to Health Centre • Best West Realty • Canadian 2 for 1 Pizza • Cash Stop Loans • Canadian Hearing Care • CIBC • Dollar Tree
• EasyHome • Extra Foods • Fabutan Tanning Salons • First Choice Haircutters • Government Liquor Store • H & R Block • Hair Express • Headhunters Shampoo
• Interior Savings Insurance • Kool School • Lushwear • Mark’s Work Wearhouse • McGoo’s Smokes ‘N Stuff • Menchie’s Frozen Yogurt • Mommy & Me • North Shore Treatment Centre
• Northills Dental Centre • Northills Lottery Centre • Papa John’s Pizza • Ruth Saunders Optometrist • Sandwich Tree • Seniors Information Centre • Serene Fish & Chips • Shaw Cable
• Shoppers Drug Mart • Source By Circuit City • Spice of India • Starbucks • Suzanne’s • TD Canada Trust • Tom Harris Cellular • Tower Barber Shop
• Treasures • Twin Phoenix • Water On The Run • YMCA
OV ER 4 0 S TO R E S AND S E RVI C E S F OR YOU R S HOPPI N G C O NV EN IEN C E
SOCCER HOME GAMES S DATE
2013-2014 SPORTS SCHEDULES EVENT Tournament 1 Tournament 2 Tournament 3 Tournament 4 CCAA Nationals
LOCATION VIU (Morningstar Golf Course) UBCO (Okanagan Golf Club) Camosun (Bear Mountain Golf Course) University of the Frasey Valley (Chilliwack GC) St. Lawrence (Quebec)
HOCKEY HOME GAMES (KAMLOOPS MEMORIAL ARENA) DATE Fri. Oct. 4 Fri. Oct. 25 Fri. Nov. 1 Fri. Nov. 8 Sat. Nov. 9 Fri. Nov. 29
VISITOR TWU SEL UVIC EWU EWU UVIC
TIME 8:30 pm 8:30 pm 8:30 pm 8:30 pm 8 pm 8:30 pm
DATE Fri. Jan. 17 Sat. Jan. 18 Fri. Jan. 24 Sat. Jan. 25 Fri. Feb. 14 Sat. Feb. 15
VISITOR SEL TWU SFU SFU UVIC SEL
TIME 8:30 pm 8 pm 8:30 pm 8 pm 8:30 pm 8 pm
BADMINTON SCHEDULE DATE Oct. 19-20 Nov. 16-17 Jan. 31 - Feb. 1 Feb. 26 - Mar. 1
EVENT Tournament 1 Tournament 2 Tournament 3 PACWEST Provincials
VISITOR Capilano Vancouver Island UBC Douglas Kwantlen Polytechnic Quest Langara
LOCATION Douglas College TRU Gymnasium VIU Gym, Nanaimo Khas Badminton Center (Kwantlen/Surrey)
CHECK OUT RESULTS AT WWW.GOWOLFPACK.TRU.CA
WOMEN 1 pm Noon Noon Noon Noon Noon Noon
MEN 3:15 pm 2 pm 2 pm 2 pm 2 pm 2 pm 2 pm
VOLLEYBALL HOME GAMES DATE
GOLF SCHEDULE DATE Sept. 7-8 Sept. 14-15 Sept. 28-29 Oct. 5-6 Oct. 14-18
Sat. Sept. 7 Sun. Sept 8 Sat. Oct 5 Sat. Oct 12 Sun. Oct 13 Sat. Oct 19 Sun. Oct 20
Fri. Oct. 25 Sat. Oct. 26 Fri. Nov. 1 Sat. Nov. 1 Fri. Nov. 22 Sat. Nov. 23 Fri. Jan. 10 (TRU Gym) Sat. Jan. 11 (TRU Gym) Fri. Jan. 24 Sat. Jan. 25 Fri. Feb. 7 Sat. Feb. 8
VISITOR UBCO UBCO Calgary Calgary Saskatchewan Saskatchewan Brandon Brandon TWU TWU Manitoba Manitoba
WOMEN 7 pm -1 pm 1 pm 6 pm 5 pm 6 pm 5 pm 6 pm 5 pm 6 pm 5 pm
-7 pm 2:45 pm 2:45 pm 7:45 pm 6:45 pm 7:45 pm 6:45 pm 7:45 pm 6:45 pm 7:45 pm 6:45 pm
BASKETBALL HOME GAMES DATE
Fri. Nov. 1 Sat. Nov. 2 Fri. Nov. 15 Sat. Nov. 16 Fri. Nov. 29 Sat. Nov. 30 Fri. Jan. 17 Sat. Jan. 18 Fri. Jan. 31 Sat. Feb. 1 Fri. Feb. 14 (TRU Gym)
VISITOR Saskatchewan Alberta UBC UBC Mount Royal Mount Royal UFV UFV Manitoba Winnipeg UBCO
WOMEN 6 pm 6 pm 6 pm 5 pm 6 pm 5 pm 6 pm 5 pm 6 pm 5 pm 6 pm
MEN 8 pm 8 pm 8 pm 7 pm 8 pm 7 pm 8 pm 7 pm 8 pm 7 pm 8 pm
A16 TUESDAY, September 10, 2013
DO YOU YO HAVE AN EVENT FOR THE
BACK TO SCHOOL
Back-to-school safety tips With the summer break all but a fond memory at this point, households across the country are adjusting once again to the drastic changes in schedule and routine brought about by back-to-school time. Due to busy work schedules, most parents are still working when their children come home from school. This makes it especially important to have a proper security plan in place for your children. Here are some tips that you can use to help keep your child safe dur-
ing the back to school season. • Organize group walks where your children and their friends walk home together. • Ensure they never go off anywhere by themselves and keep an eye out for each other. • Inform them that strangers who take an unusual interest in them should be avoided and let a trusted adult know about the incident. • Put into place a neighborhood watch to help keep an
eye out for your children and for any suspicious activity. If your kids come home to find an open door, shattered window or a torn screen, instruct your kids to walk away from the house to a neighbour’s and contact you immediately. Once safely in the home, remind them to never let anyone into the house, to keep all doors locked and set the alarm system if you have one.
COMMUNITY CALENDAR? Place it online kamloopsthisweek.com/calendar
OFFERING WSET WINE STUDIES FOR THE 1ST TIME EVER IN KAMLOOPS! Register now at winecollege.ca for classes in Kamloops. Classes start October 7th. ANGELA LANDON T: 604.988.8009 E: email@example.com www.winecollege.ca
BISHOP DANCE PRODUCTIONS Now taking registration for our 2013-14 season Classes start Monday, September 9
Mamas & Tutus: 18 month to 3 year olds with caregiver. 10-week sessions. Fall Session starts September 24 Preschool Dance: 3-5 year olds Tap, Jazz, Musical Theatre, Lyrical Cecchetti Ballet and NEW Acro Dance. Adult Tap, Adult Ballet. Registration Dates: August 26 & 27, September 4 & 5 10am - 3pm and 5pm - 8pm Register online ANYTIME!
Bishop Dance Productions 1417B Lorne St. E Kamloops, BC V2C 1X3 www.bishopdance.com firstname.lastname@example.org 250-828-7137
BACK TO SCHOOL? BACK TO WORK?
Come enjoy the Experience of Dance Groove 2 Moves (Age 2) Combo Dance (Age 5-7) Creative Dance (Age 3-4) Funky Jazz (Age 6-11) Musical Theatre
Contemporary Hip Hop Jazz Ballet Tap
Register for summer programs now!
Academy of Dance 910 Camosun Crescent 250-314-9974 email@example.com
TREAT YOUR BACK! Discover the Value of a Registered
Massage Therapist Colette Swain 360-546 St. Paul St. 250-299-3636 coletteswain.ca
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SIGN ME UP Come and be a part of one of Canadian’s favourite pastimes –
BE PART OF THE ADVENTURE!
SKATING & SPEED SKATING!
THERE’S A PLACE FOR YOU IN SCOUTING
We are offering a FREE OPEN SKATE at MacArthur Island Park on Saturday September 7th at 10 am – Noon where you can: try on and try out speed skates on the ice; meet
BEAVERS: AGES 5-7 SHARING-SHARING-SHARING CUBS: AGES 8-10 DO YOUR BEST! SCOUTS: AGES 11-14 BE PREPARED VENTURES: AGES 14-17 PLAN YOUR OWN PROGRAM
the coaches and some of our more experienced speed OTHERS: BE PART OF THE SERVICE TO COMMUNITY... VOLUNTEER YOUR TIME... VOLUNTEERS FROM THE UNIVERSITY ACQUIRE SERVICE HOURS FOR YOUR PROGRAMS
FOR MORE INFORMATION Call Roxy 250.374.1137 www.scoutskamloops.ca
skaters; as well as register for the fall sessions.
Comprehensive music programs for students of all ages that include preparation for: > recitals > festival performances > conservatory exams > post-secondary entrance auditions
GROUP CLASSES Sunrise Program for ages 2-3 Music for Young Children Program Chamber Music Classes Youth String Orchestra PRIVATE LESSONS Violin Piano Bassoon Theory Clarinet Voice Flute Bass French Horn Cello Celtic Harp Oboe Saxophone Guitar Trombone Viola Trumpet
KamloopsSymphonyMusicSchool.com 250-372-5000 firstname.lastname@example.org PAID ADVERTISEMENT
CURLING . . .
FRIENDS, FITNESS & FUN!
A second FREE OPEN SKATE will be offered at MacArthur Island Park Saturday September 21st at 10 am – Noon.
Kids Learn to Skate:
Intro to Speed Skating:
(must be 4 years or older)
(kids and adults welcome!)
Fall: 8 classes from September – December 2013 Winter: 8 classes from January – March 2014 Thursday’s @ McArthur Island Park 5:30 pm – 6 pm $90 with equipment; $70 without equipment
Fall: 8 classes from September – December 2013 Winter: 8 classes from January – March 2014 Thursday’s @ McArthur Island Park 4:45 pm – 5:30 pm $100 with equipment; $80 without equipment
Experienced Speed Skaters:
Several times available: September – March 2014 Ice Box: Tuesdays: 4:14 – 5:15 pm McArthur: Thursday: 4:00 pm – 5:30 pm Friday: 6:30 am – 7:30 am Sunday: 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm OR 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm Price TBA • Programs: Note – all times are subject to change see website for details For more information please contact Michelle at 250.318.6210 email@example.com visit our website www.kamloopsspeedskating.com
Skating Made Fun And Easy - Be A part Of The Uniqueness!
LEARNING IS SIMPLE! Beginner and Improvement Clinics ADULT LEARN • September 24th - 29th TO CURL LEAGUE Weekday Evening Sessions Saturday Nights and Weekend Session available
We have 5 heated, well-lit indoor courts.
AFFORDABLE FEES AND EQUIPMENT RENTAL INCLUDED. THERE IS CURLING FOR ALL AGES... from Juniors right through to Seniors. Join as an
Leagues ~ Lessons Socials ~ Tournaments
Individual, a Couple, or with a Group of Friends
TIMING IS FLEXIBLE During the day, in the evening, or on weekends
SOMETHING FOR EVERYBODY! Mixed Curling • Junior Curling • Men’s and Ladies Curling Senior Curling • Corporate Fun Nights • Social League School Challenge
Annual, seasonal, monthly memberships and pay-as-you-go punchcards available. New memberships receive a 20% discount www.kamloopstennis.com
OPEN HOUSE SIGN UP & SOCIAL: Monday, September 9th from 6:30pm - 8:30 pm
CALL CLUB MANAGER AT 250-372-5432
Register On-Line at www.kamloopscurlingclub.com KAMLOOPS CURLING CLUB
700 VICTORIA A STR STREET R EET DOWNTOWN KAMLOOPS
748 Front St 250-372-1783
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FREE Dance Lessons Sept. 12th & 19th That is four hours of dance lessons for free! No obligation or commitment
AT DESERT GARDENS 540 SEYMOUR ST., Thursdays 7:30 to 9:30 PM YOU CAN LEARN MODERN WEST COAST SQUARE DANCE IN TEN WEEKS for $50.00 Sept. 26 to Nov. 28
DANCE STUDIO PRESCHOOL R.A.D. BALLET JAZZ•LYRICAL HIP HOP CONTEMPORAY ADULT BALLET/JAZZ
Classes begin Monday Sept. 9th
MUSICAL THEATRE N
LET’S DANCE MUSIC – DANCING – FRIENDSHIP A GREAT PHYSICAL ACTIVITY & EVEN BETTER MENTAL ACTIVITY
LUNCH HOUR EW. BOLLYWOOD FIT
Exciting ers New Teach
Pre-Registration Wed. Aug. 14th, 4:30-6:30pm / Wed. Aug. 21st, 4:30-6:30pm
Registration Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Google: Kamloops Square Dancers
Wed. Sept. 4th, 3:00-6:30pm / Thur. Sept. 5th, 3:00-6:30pm
PHONE 250-376-5636 or 250-320-5858 or 250-376-4692
nuance-dance.com email@example.com 250.374.3628
253 Victoria Street (Upstairs)
Regina Bittner-Rothbart L.R.A.D.
Akimbo Dance Studios Singing Lessons FALL 2013 REGISTRATION
Voice/Acting/Musical Theatre, Lyrical, Ballet, Jazz, Hip Hop, Stretch & Strength, Contemporary, Tap, Breakdance and NEW THIS YEAR: Lyrical Hip Hop Combo Classes For 3-6 Yrs: Ballet/Jazz, Jazz/Tap, Jazz/Hip Hop Tiny Tutus (2 Yrs) Boys Only Classes Competitive & Recreational Classes C.D.T.A. Jazz & Tap Exam Preparation
Now Accepting Students of All Ages! Music can heal, comfort . . . help us to feel . . . Learn how to sing, gain confidence, read music, harmonize, develop your talent and simply enjoy making YOUR sound . . . “cause it’s good for you!” (Also offering Piano lessons)
THERESA TAKACS FALL SEMESTER BEGINS SEPT. 9TH 2 LOCATIONS: 765 LANSDOWNE ST. & 749 VICTORIA ST. REGISTER ON-LINE AT AKIMBODANCESTUDIOS.COM OR BY CALLING 250-374-5404
• Associate Diploma RCM in Performance Singing • National Association Teachers of Singing • BC Registered Music Teacher For more information
STAGE PRESENCE SPEECH & DRAMA AGES 8-18 • TRINITY COLLEGE LONDON SYLLABUS • Improve reading and comprehension skills • Character analysis, improv and mime • Choral speaking, vocal technique • Gain conﬁdence while having fun and learning new skills Smaller classes allow your child to receive individual attention!
SINGING LESSONS AGES 8-ADULT • PRIVATE LESSONS • Apply proper technique to your style of music • Increase range, ﬂexibility and breath support • Enhance performance skills and conquer stage fright
LIFE EMPOWERMENT CLASSES (LEC) TEENS & TWEENS! Learn powerful life skills, effective communication and build self esteem. Explore your potential and create a solid foundation of personal development through a variety of exercises and activities.
CLASSES BEGIN SEPTEMBER 4th AND ARE LIMITED IN SIZE. DON’T MISS OUT - REGISTER TODAY!
OWNED & OPERATED by TINA MOORE Speech & Drama/Musical Theatre Training from Trinity College London 25 Years Stage Experience • Recording Artist • Life Coach “Mary Spencer” from “Two River Junction”
778-471-1340 • Stagepresence@shaw.ca
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Get in Sync with the Sunrays
Join Guiding Today!
Synchronized swimming combines athleticism, artistry and
45 MINUTE LESSONS!
teamwork in a challenging, supportive and fun environment
Sparks 5-6 Brownies 7-8 Guides 9-12 Pathfinders 12-15 Rangers 15-18 Leaders 19+
See It Try It September 9,10,11, or 12th; 6-7:30pm or September. 14; 11:30pm - 1pm @ Canada Games Pool
For more info, please see our website www.kamloopssynchro.ca
Too much time on Your Hands?
Stained Glass 635 Victoria Street, (Downtown) Kamloops
For more info or to register call 250-851-0876
Check us out: highcountrystainedglass.com Follow us on Facebook!
• Certiﬁed Instructors • Canada Games Pool • For 5-12 year olds
Monday & Wednesday
September 23 - November 20 | 3:30pm or 4:15pm
Fun Friendship Teamwork International Travel Community Service Leadership Adventure Scholarship
Join the fun!!! We’re celebrating our 1–800–565–8111
We’re celebrating our
29thAnniversary! • Tap • Ballet • Jazz • Hip Hop • Lyrical • Musical Theatre • Ages 2 to Adult Professionally Certiﬁed Instructors Professionally
Why not join a Class and learn how to make your own gifts this fall? We have “No Experience Necessary” Classes for all ages!
• Stroke development • 5 Levels/Small class sizes • Sponsored by Swim BC
FALL SESSIONS 2013 - ALL LEVELS
Ongoing Registration • A range of programs, from recreational to competitive, start at age 6 • Excellent athlete to coach ratios • Train at the Canada Games Pool
I CAN SWIM!
Tuesday & Thursday
September 24 - November 21 | 3:45pm, 4:30pm or 5:15pm
MINI-MEET FUN DAY Friday November 22 - 3:30pm
SPACE IS LIMITED Full registration online at
swimkamloops.com (250) 828-3660 Visa/MC Accepted
$120 - 16 lessons
Learn to Skate with the Best!
NATIONAL & INTERNATIONAL COACHING STAFF • Coach Melinda Kunhegyi was a former Olympian and World competitor for Canada • Coach Heather Ansley ~ Team Leader For Skate Canada • Teaching all levels and disciplines of skating for ages 3 & up • Programs include Learn to Skate, Freestyle, Synchro, Ice Dance & Pairs airs • Private, Semi Private & Group lessons sons • Skate sharpening available
REGISTRATION AT McArthur Island Sports Centre entre Tuesday, August 27 • 5:00 pm - 7:300 pm Wednesday, August 28 • 5:00 pm - 7:30 pm m Visa, Mastercard or Debit
See website for coaching ng updates up p pdates
REGISTER ONLINE! www.kamloopsdance.com Register early as classes ﬁll quickly. Registration by phone throughout September.
Kamloops Kamloops Dance Academy Dance Academy VALLEYVIEW SQUARE 7-2121 ETC Highway • 250-828-0499
Visit www.kamloopsdance.com for more information
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Where the Music Begins
x Young Men’s Chorus
(ages 15—35) x Men’s Chorus (age 20 and over) *Standards *Folk *Classical *Doo-wop *Vocal Jazz *Spirituals *Inspirational For information and/or registration Call 250-319-4062 email: email@example.com Sign-up per concert project Next Concert November 15,2013 (10 rehearsals)
Register For Music Lessons Today. Piano, Guitar, Bass, Drums, Voice, Brass, Woodwinds, School Band Prep
Why Choose Long & McQuade? Music lessons for all ages, stages and styles. Professional instructors make learning fun. Convenient lesson times for busy families. No Registration Fees. Affordable Instrument Rentals. Yamaha Junior Music Course - Ages 3 and up. Call for a Free Demo!
955 Lorne Street firstname.lastname@example.org 250.828.2315
Dance is MAGIC
THE FIRST MONTH IS FREE!
KAMLOOPS MINOR HOCKEY ASSOCIATION
Pre School - RAD Ballet - Contemporary - Lyrical Jazz - Tap - Hip Hop - Musical Theatre
REGISTRATION AT THE STUDIO August 28: 4:00pm - 9:00pm September 4: 4:00pm - 9:00pm
Classes begin September 9th, 2013 For more information or to register: 250-828-1360 or email@example.com
#3-1335 Dalhousie Drive, Kamloops | www.thedancegallery.org
· Low Single and Family Rates
BOUT ASK US A OT T & T N E R A P ! S E S S LA C
ASK US ABOUT AD ULT CLASSES
· Ages 5 to Adult · Families can train together Serving Kamloops for the past 17 years
Discipline ~ Self Control Fitness ~ Self Defense North and South Shore Locations For more information or to register on-line visit us at www.westernkarateacademy.com
or call 250-376-5428
HOCKEY PROGRAMS FOR BOYS & GIRLS AGED 4 – 17 • Initiation/Novice Program (4-8 years) • Recreational Leagues (Atom – Midget) • Rep Teams (Peewee – Midget) • Female Only Teams Season runs from September to March. All skill levels welcome!
KMHA SKATE SWAP Saturday, Sept. 7th @ Valleyview Arena Registration information & forms can be found on our website at: www.kamloopsminorhockey.com
Email enquiries to: firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: 250-376-1788 | Fax: 250-376-1799 PO Box 24018, #70-700 Tranquille Rd, Kamloops, BC V2B 8R3 (Office located inside McArthur Island Sport & Event Centre)
Fun, Friendship, Conﬁdence
THE DANCE GALLERY
TUESDAY, September 10, 2013
INSIDE X TRU footy squads perfect to start season/A22 KAMLOOPS
Sports: Marty Hastings email@example.com Ph: 250-374-7467 Ext: 235 Twitter: @MarTheReporter, @KTWonBlazers
Diving club scores well with new head coach
On track to realize Olympic dream
By Marty Hastings STAFF REPORTER firstname.lastname@example.org
Four years ago, retiring from speed skating was a very real possibility for Kamloops product Jessica Hewitt. Instead of calling it a career, the former Kamloops Long Blade re-dedicated her life to the sport. Now, she’s on the verge of competing for Canada at the Olympics. fotosports.ca
By Marty Hastings STAFF REPORTER email@example.com
ESSICA HEWITT WAS PREPARING DINNER IN MONTREAL WHEN KTW CAUGHT UP WITH HER. Beef, with bacon, salad and sweet potatoes on a quiet Thursday evening. The lightning-fast speed skater from Kamloops was in a chipper mood. Turn back the clock four years to Olympic trials in the summer of 2009. Hewitt didn’t qualify — she could barely stomach the failure. Her mood then was anything but chipper. “Looking back, I still don’t know what happened,” said Hewitt, who grew up skating with the Kamloops Long Blades. “I was really upset. Maybe I wasn’t expect-
ed to make it, but I really believed that I could. It was really hard.” So hard, in fact, that, at 22, she seriously considered hanging up her skates for good. “I thought either I stop skating now or I move to Montreal, which is where most of the national team trains.” Hewitt, who had previously trained in Calgary, opted not to retire and moved to La Belle Province in the summer of 2010. The decision paid off. She was nominated for the Canadian short track speed skating squad heading to the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia, after performing well at national-team trials last month in Montreal. “It just kind of shows that, if you stick in there and really believe in yourself, you can accomplish your
goals,” Hewitt said. “I remember my first Olympic trials in Vancouver. There’s nothing like Olympic trials. It’s so long. It’s 10 days long. I don’t know about being overwhelmed, but I wasn’t ready. “I didn’t seize it enough. I wasn’t aggressive enough. I wanted it, but maybe I wanted it too much.” Hewitt, with four more years of international competition under her belt, rolled into Olympic trials in August with a boatload of confidence. She finished as the second-ranked Canadian woman in the 500-metre distance — the event in which she is expected to compete at the Games. Hewitt and the other nine skaters nominated will now race in four remaining International Skating Union World Cup events this season, two of which are
Olympic qualifiers. If Canada can earn three berths at the Olympics in the 500metre distance, Hewitt said she is guaranteed to have one of them. Those spots can be secured if three Canadian skaters finish in the top 32 at the two Olympic-qualifier World Cup events, scheduled to be held in Russia and Italy later this winter. Even if Canada were to secure only two spots, Hewitt will likely get the nod if she can hold on to her position as the No. 2-ranked skater on the team in that distance. “I’m confident we’ll get all the spots we need,” Hewitt said. “We have a strong team.” Hewitt might also be chosen to skate at the Olympics in other distances or on the relay team. Those decisions are up to the Canadian women’s coach,
Frédéric Blackburn, and will be based on her performance at the events leading up to the Games. River City product Dylan Armstrong, along with a few other Olympians who train in Kamloops, received a hero’s sendoff before the 2012 Summer Olympic Games in London. If Hewitt does book a spot at the Games and returns to the Tournament Capital before heading to Sochi, she should expect similar treatment. “Since I was a little kid, I’ve wanted to go to the Olympics,” said Hewitt, who has not been home since March 2012. “It’s always been a goal of mine. When I wished for something — wished on a falling star — that’s what I did. “It’s a dream come true.”
Eryn Bulmer-Barrett made a career out of avoiding big splashes, but the two-time Olympian made waves when she landed with Riptech Diving Club. “Finally the pull of diving brought me back,” said BulmerBarrett, who has been living in Kamloops since last July. “I said no to coming back for as long as I could because I was busy. I’ve now come full circle and I’m back at the pool.” Riptech was without a head coach when board members got wind of BulmerBarrett’s arrival in the Tournament Capital. The club’s brain trust must have been salivating at the thought of hiring someone with her pedigree. The Edmontonborn diver competed for Canada at the 1996 Olympics in Atlanta and the 2000 Olympics in Sydney. She also won gold in the three-metre event at the 1999 Pan American Games. Bulmer-Barrett, though, had been away from the sport since about 2005, raising children and pursuing a degree at the University of Calgary. Fortunately for Riptech, the timing was right for BulmerBarrett’s return as her husband’s job brought the family to Kamloops. “For so many years, from the age of seven until 24 or 25, I was fully immersed in competitive training in sports,” she said. “It was nice to have that break from the sport.” She will work alongside assistant coaches Asha Atkinson, Ashley Gerbrandt and Kelsey
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Gwynne with a goal of improving the club, which has about 50 members. “The biggest challenge for me will be just to always recognize, if you have a group of six kids, you may have six very different personalities and you’ve got to figure out what makes them tick,” BulmerBarrett said. “You have to have a goal and a plan for all of them, to get them from Point A to Point B.” Bulmer-Barrett said she is looking forward to inspiring a new generation of divers. “The excitement for the sport is the hook,” she said. “If you get to be that coach that something you say or do resonates within them and they have excitement and they continue to evolve and grow in their confidence, then you’ve hit the jackpot. “I can’t tell you if I’m going to be an awesome coach, but I’m just going to try my best to be fair with the kids and try and draw something out of them.”
Riptech registration Register for Riptech online at riptech.ca or by calling 250-320-0436. There are programs for divers between the ages of five and 16. Registration is open until Sept. 23, when fall programming begins. Riptech practises at the Canada Games Aquatic Centre.
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WolfPack start season in style The TRU WolfPack got the better of their rivals from Nanaimo on Sunday, Sept. 8. Both the men’s and women’s WolfPack soccer teams pushed their Pacific Western Athletic Association records to 2-0 with wins over the Vancouver Island University Mariners in hotly contested tilts at Hillside Stadium. “It was a very physical game,” said Alanna Bekkering, who scored twice in the Pack women’s 3-1 win over the Mariners, “probably the most physical one I have played in a long time, but that is the way VIU plays.” Kelsey Martin also scored for TRU in support of goalkeeper Emily Edmundson. On the men’s side, the WolfPack doubled the Mariners 4-2 on the back of goals from Oriol Torres, who scored twice, Justin Wallace and Kyle Logan. Travis Froehlich backstopped the WolfPack men. Renan Rebelatto of VIU was given a red card in the second half after the referee deemed he spat at a TRU player. “Whenever we play these guys it’s a chippy game,” WolfPack co-head coach John Antulov said. “Our guys had composure.” On Saturday, Sept. 7, TRU’s men downed the Capilano University Blues 2-1. Torres, from Barcelona, Spain, notched a pair of goals in that game. The WolfPack women had goals from Bronwyn Crawford and Jaydene Radu in a 2-1 over Capilano on Saturday. Both the men’s and women’s teams will spend the next three weekends on the road before returning to Hillside for matches with the UBC Okanagan Heat on Oct. 5.
Fish for a cure The Lure a Cure Fishing Derby, a Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation fundraiser, will be held this week-
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Rodeo results Samantha Kerr and Owen Perry came out on top at the Kamloops and District High School Rodeo, which wrapped up on Sunday, Sept. 8, at Deadman Creek Rodeo Grounds. Kerr won the allaround girls’ title, with Perry picking up the junior boys’ all-around championship. The next youth rodeo will be held at the Deadman grounds from Oct. 4 to Oct. 6.
Can’t win ‘em all The Kamloops Broncos posted a 1-2 record against the hometown Kelowna Lions in Southern Interior Football Conference play on Sunday, Sept. 8. In atom play, the Broncos downed the Lions 33-18. Kamloops racked up 363 yards rushing on 33 carries and were led by quarterback Sheldon Aitken, who had 16 carries for 210 yards, including touchdown runs of 95 and 20 yards. The Lions blanked the Broncos 30-0 in peewee play. Tristan Hunt,
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The WolfPack women’s team placed third overall at the tournament, while the TRU men placed sixth. The University of the Fraser Valley Cascades won both the men’s and women’s titles. There are three more events on the PacWest schedule, the next of which will be held this weekend in Kelowna, with Round 1 slated for Saturday, Sept. 14. This year’s Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association championships will be held in October in Quebec.
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Brent Pound was the TRU WolfPack’s standout performer at the first event of the Pacific Western Athletic Association golf season. He carded rounds of 73 and 69 to place tied for second overall in the individual men’s competition at the event, which wrapped up on Sunday, Sept. 8, at Morningside Golf Course in Nanaimo.
Ray Woodley edged Dan Hill to win the Interior Grasslands Cycling Club (IGCC) Spoke Criterium Championship on Thursday, Sept. 5. The sprint competition was won by Hill, who finished just ahead of Woodley and Russell McCue. Also performing well were Dana Manhard, Alan
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Bogetti, Peter Voss, Brian Bogetti, Klaus Voss, Matt Treger, Ken McDonald, Josh Ogilvie, Sophie Ogilvie, Chris Jones, Greg Ziebart and Alain Cordonier. The next IGCC race is a 16-kilometre time trial on Westsyde Road on Thursday, Sept. 12. Go online to interiorgrasslandscycling.ca for more information.
Diamond bronze Dylan Armstrong finished tied for third in the overall 2013 Diamond League shotput standings after the last event on the circuit was held in Brussels, Belgium, on Friday, Sept. 6. He placed fourth on Friday with a toss of 20.76 metres. Ryan Whiting of the U.S. threw 21.45 metres to win gold and lock up first place in the overall standings.
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ARA BEAGAN was deep into research about fetal alcohol spectrum disorder when she woke up one morning in Lethbridge, Alta., circa 1975. “I woke up in that lucid dreaming state and I just dreamed Dreary and Izzy, these two girls,” Beagan said. “I knew them completely and their characters were fully formed.” A day later, she’d written 40 pages of what would eventually become Western Canada Theatre’s first production of the 2013-2014 season, which opens on Sept. 12 at the Pavilion Theatre. Though she’s the younger of the titular pair, Deirdre Monoghan has spent her whole life caring for her adopted sister Isabelle, who has fetal alcohol spectrum disorder. When her parents die at the start of the play, Dreary’s world shrinks down to Izzy and little else. “Even now that they’re in their 20s, socially they’re quite stymied because of that demand of just looking after Isabelle and keeping her out of trouble, really,” Beagan said.
Garret Smith (left) and Roseanne Supernault share a dance as Dakota Hebert prepares for a living room campout in a scene from Western Canada Theatre’s Dreary and Izzy. The play kicks off WCT’s season on Sept. 12 at the Pavilion Theatre. Andrea Klassen/KTW
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The two are struggling to stay afloat on their own when an attractive young vacuum salesman by the name of Freddy Seven Horses knocks on their door, offering more than just the latest models from Electrolux. â€œFor me itâ€™s very much about the potential for a happy life,â€? said Sharon Bakker, who plays the sistersâ€™ Irish coffee-loving confidante, Mrs. Harder. â€œTwo young women who have the potential, this incredible bond of sistership, who can get beyond the relationship of the caregiver and the care-needer and have this wonderful life together â€” if things donâ€™t screw up.â€? Over the course of the play, however, that proves to be a pretty big â€œif.â€? Roseanne Supernault said the show has plenty in common with her character, Izzy. â€œThereâ€™s a lot of freedom in playing her. Sheâ€™s so uninhibited. One thing of FASD is not correlating action and
consequence, not making that connection. â€œWith her, everything sheâ€™s doing, thereâ€™s not really a consequence until it happens,â€? Supernault said. That means most of Izzyâ€™s actions and interactions come in extremes. â€œShe struggles with this heaven and hell complex. Everything she does is really, really good or really bad,â€? Supernault said. â€œIt comes in waves.â€? While she has family with FASD, Supernault said playing Izzy meant letting go of some of her assumptions about the disorder. â€œWhen I first read it, even I had the preconceived notion of, â€˜Are they going to put makeup on me?â€™ Because I didnâ€™t even have that education about FASD,â€? she said. Doing research for the show, which included readings from Beagan and afternoons at the library watching videos, she learned FASD doesnâ€™t necessarily have any outward signs. Itâ€™s a message she wants
audiences to take home as well. While Izzyâ€™s FASD is one of Dreary and Izzyâ€™s driving forces, the play is set at a time when few people would have fully understood it. One of the reasons Beagan chose to set the play in 1975 is because itâ€™s the year the medical community first gave a name to the effects of alcohol consumption during pregnancy. â€œPrevious to that, it was denial, denial, denial,â€? she said. That denial is as central to the story as FASD itself. â€œReally, the story is about how our inability to acknowledge something as big and awful as fetal alcohol spectrum disorder can lead to tragedy,â€? Beagan said. â€œItâ€™s that story on a very small, intimate scale.â€? Dreary and Izzy runs at the Pavilion Theatre Sept. 12 to Sept. 28. Tickets are at the Kamloops Live Box Office, 1025 Lorne St., 250-3745483, or at kamloopslive.ca.
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Sexsmith, Grant at Grotto Ron Sexsmith and opening act Jenn Grant will be at The Blue Grotto, 319 Victoria St., on Wednesday, Oct. 2. Grant is an East Coast musician touring across the country with Sexsmith. And, on Nov. 12, Hollerado performs with opening act The Zolas.
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Busy month at CJ’s Cactus Jack’s Night Club has five shows coming up this month: Deekline (Sept. 12), Stickybuds (Sept. 19), Bliss N Eso (Sept. 23), Current Swell (Sept. 26) and Choclair (Sept. 28).
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Beatles Burlesque at Dirty Jersey By Andrea Klassen STAFF REPORTER firstname.lastname@example.org
When Blue Morris first asked his parents for a guitar at the age of eight so he could learn to play Twist and Shout, it’s likely he didn’t imagine putting his passion for the music of the Beatles to this kind of use. On Sept. 20, Morris will bring his own fab four to Kamloops’ Dirty Jersey for an evening of Beatles-themed burlesque. The night features four Vancouver-based burlesque dancers, a live band and plenty of tunes from all stages of the band’s career. “What I did is ensure that we had the whole history of Beatles music, because it changes so much from early Beatles to the later,” Morris said. “It’s such a different sound. “So I actually insisted that the dancers each do one early Beatles and one later Beatles song.
“So, that way, when people go to the show, they’ll hear all the songs they know.” While the striptease — emphasis on tease — is a major part of burlesque, Morris said it’s not all that’s at play in the show. “A lot of people that don’t see burlesque shows think, ‘Oh, maybe it’s just these sexy girls dancing’ but there’s so much more to burlesque, including a lot of humour, a lot of theatre and sometimes just things that make you think as well,” he said. And with so much variety in the Beatles catalogue, the show’s performers have taken a few opportunities to get a little strange. “We have a gal that actually does an act to Everybody’s Got Something to Hide Except Me and My Monkey, a really rocking but kind of odd song,” Morris said. Another performer puts a new twist on the classic Help, asking the audience for just that as she
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attempts to get out of her clothes. The band, in which Morris plays guitar, adds another twist to the show. By and large, modern burlesque shows are performed to pre-recorded music. “I think it’s really exciting because the band can alter how they play the songs depending on what we see the dancer do and depending on the energy the dancer gives us, and it gives the dancer energy in return,” Morris said. “Sometimes we’ll change the songs ever so slightly in order to suit a dance move. It’s nice to be able to have that kind of creative freedom that you wouldn’t be able to do with just a recorded track.” Beatles Burlesque begins at 9 p.m. at the Dirty Jersey, 1200 Eighth St., on Friday, Sept. 20. Tickets are 12 in advance, $15 at the door and can be purchased online at beatleskamloops.bpt. me.
Pops Series Discover a broad spectrum of stunning performances by Canadian blues, rock and world music artists combined with full symphonic sound. Chamber Music Experience the New Orford String Quartet with its “ravishingly beautiful tone” plus programs showcasing our own Kamloops Symphony Chamber Musicians in an intimate setting. TICKETS Kamloops Live! Box Office 250-374-5483 or 1-866-374-5483
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SELECT STANDING COMMITTEE ON FINANCE AND GOVERNMENT SERVICES Chair: Dan Ashton, MLA (Penticton) Deputy Chair: Mike Farnworth, MLA (Port Coquitlam)
What are your priorities for the next provincial budget? Fill in the blank cells using numbers 1 to 9. Each number can appear only once in each row, column, and 3x3 block. Use logic and process of elimination to solve the puzzle.
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING The all-party Select Standing Committee on Finance and Government Services is inviting submissions on the Budget 2014 Consultation Paper, prepared by the Minister of Finance. The Committee is holding a public hearing in Kamloops on September 25, 2013 from 8:00 am to 12:00 pm at the Tranquille Ballroom, Holiday Inn and Suites, 675 Tranquille Road. To register, please contact the Parliamentary Committees Office. British Columbians can participate by attending a public hearing, answering an on-line survey, making a written submission, or sending the Committee a video or audio file. The consultation process concludes Wednesday, October 16, 2013. For more information, please visit our website at: www.leg.bc.ca/cmt/finance or contact: Parliamentary Committees Office, Room 224, Parliament Buildings, Victoria, BC V8V 1X4; tel: 250.356.2933, or toll-free in BC: 1.877.428.8337; fax: 250.356.8172; e-mail: FinanceCommittee@leg.bc.ca Susan Sourial, Committee Clerk
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COMMUNITY Kamloops youngsters can get some hands-on, at-your-own-pace robotics experience at the Big Little Science Centre starting on Oct. 3 and running into December.
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Kids, wouldn’t you like to build a robot? The Big Little Science Centre has a lineup of events planned for children this year, including its robotics club. The club has levels for all skills from beginners to experts and allows children to learn at their own pace about their own robotics interests. Starting on Oct. 3, Thursdays are Girls Only Robotics, running until Nov. 8 for the first session (except for Oct. 24); the following week, session two starts and continues to Dec. 13. Boys Only Robotics are on Fridays during the same two session timeframes with no session on Oct. 25. Ever session starts at 2:45 p.m. and continues to 4:30 p.m. Cost is $50 per session, with a $5 discount for science-centre members. For more information, call the centre at 250554-2572 or email email@example.com. The centre relocated during the summer and is now located at 655 Holt St.
Stargazing at Stake Lake The third-annual Stake Lake Star Gazing Festival, hosted by the Kamloops Astronomical Society, will be held Saturday, Sept. 14, from 6 p.m. to 11 p.m. The event will be held at Stake Lake Star Park, 300 metres past the Stake Lake boat launch, located about 20 minutes south of Kamloops on the Lac le Jeune Road. Admission is free. Featured will be astronomy presentations
COMMUNITY by Bill Burnyeat, HR MacMillan Space Center Community Astronomer, and Colin Taylor, TRU instructor. Other activities include an astrophotography slideshow, Dark Sky Measurement Project update, Observatory tours and children’s activities. Presentations begin at dusk, about 8 p.m., followed by stargazing with club telescopes. Dress warmly, wear sturdy outdoor footwear and bring a chair and a red-light head lamp or redlight flash light. If it is raining, or cloudy, all of the activities will take place except there will be no opportunity for viewing. Detailed schedule of events and travel directions can be found at kamloopsastronomy.ca.
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She grew up in an era where she felt guilty taking time or spending money on herself. Everything was for the family, the husband, the children. She was raised to believe that. When she was young she had to work and study. There was never time for herself. When she got married, she had a good job, so did her husband. Money was not a problem. But there was never money for herself. And then the children came, a son and a daughter. She continued to work but now the money went to buy a skating outfit for her daughter, a bike for her son, but there was never money for herself. Her husband’s rationale was that spending $500 on groceries was okay, but it was certainly not normal to spend $80 on her hair. She accepted that because she thought that was the way it was supposed to be. Her body shape had changed following the birth of her children. And as the years passed, it became more noticeable. Her husband suggested that she stop eating and start walking, which she did. But at the age of 49 starving and walking is not the way to get back in shape. She had a woman friend in her office whose body shape was similar to hers but then it began to change. She was younger looking, more alive. She asked her what she was doing to look so good. She said she was going to Powertone Health Studio. “This woman got the courage to call me and start a program,” says Irene, owner of Powertone. “She didn’t tell anyone not her husband or her friends.” A few months later friends began noticing a difference. She was happier, trimmer, she was looking after herself. She told her husband and he agreed when he saw how different she was. “Life had become boring, a ritual of home and work, but nothing for myself. Suddenly I am loving life and myself, my body has changed, I feel younger. I’m starting to live again and my husband loves the difference.”
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TUESDAY, September 10, 2013
EYE ON COMMUNITY
Welcome to KTW’s Eye On Community page, where we showcase, through the camera lens, positive events in Kamloops. If you have a photo of a charity donation, a grand-opening picture or other uplifting images, email them to firstname.lastname@example.org, with “eye on community” in the subject line.
COME ON! BE A SQUARE!: Did you know that next week (Sept. 15 to Sept. 21) is Square and Round Dance Awareness Week? Well, now you do. The week has been proclaimed by the provincial government, much to the delight of the Kamloops Square Dancers Square and Round Dance Club, seen here strutting their stuff at the Mayfest event in Chase. The Kamloops club is starting a new dancer class this month. More information about dance lessons or square dancing in general, is available by calling 250-376-5636, emailing email@example.com or going online to DancingKeepsYouYoung.ca and TakeMeDancing.squaredance.bc.ca.
A PEAR OF BEAUTIES: Late August pears hang in the summer sun in Kamloops. Picking fruit from trees is vitally important to reduce the risk of attracting bears to residential areas. For more information on how to be bear aware, go online to bearaware.bc.ca. Allen Douglas/KTW
HE’S A GAS, GAS, GAS, IN A FLASH: Jumping Jack’, a blue healer/border collie cross, practises his moves with owner Brenda Raspberry during an early-morning visit to the grounds of the Big Little Science Centre at 655 Holt St. on the North Shore. Gordon Gore photo
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TOTALLED OVER $116,000! $20,3 to Children’s Miracle Network $20,353 $12,990 to Canadian Red Cross $ $2,481 to Juno Beach Foundation $2 $11,722 to Breakfast Clubs of Canada $ 2,500 to Kamloops Heart & Stroke Big Bike tour $ 5,600 to Our Adopt-a-school Summit Elementary
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Activity Programs For registration please call (250) 828-3500 and please quote program number provided. For online registration please visit https://ezregsvr.kamloops.ca/ezreg Programs are cancelled if the minimum numbers are not met. Volleyball-Beginners: Women Only $50 Learn how to serve, pass, set, and return the volleyball. The rules and etiquette of the game will be taught along with player rotation. Former players looking to refresh their skills are welcome! Summit Elem. School Sep 17-Nov 5 7:00-8:30 PM Tue #215152
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Tennis EZ Play Clinic $65 This program is an introduction to tennis fundamentals, which includes basic technique and tactics. The clinic is in partnership with the Kamloops Tennis Centre. Racquets are available for an extra cost of $25. Repeat participants registration fee is $40. Kamloops Tennis Centre Sep 15-Oct 6 10:30 AM-12:00 PM Sun #215784 Fencing $28 Practise Sessions Ages 12+ Put your skills to the test with these fencing sessions. NO equipment or instruction is provided, these sessions are for practise only. This program is offered in partnership with the Kamloops Fencing Club, www.kamloopsfencing. com. McArthur Island Youth Centre Sep 17-Dec 17 7:30-10:00 PM Tue 215159
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Pottery: Make Your Own Sushi Set $48 In this introductory class, you will learn basic pottery techniques and create your own custom sushi set. The first class we will construct and decorate our set. In the second class, we will glaze and do final decoration. Heritage House Sep 21-Oct 5 10:30 AM-12:00 PM Sat #215434 Movers and Groovers $76 Get into the dance moves with this upbeat introduction to hip hop dance techniques. Each lesson will take you through a choreographed dance sequence. Before you know it, you will be dancing like a star! Sistaâ€™s Love to Dance Studio Sep 28-Nov 16 10:45-11:45 AM Sat #216137 Family Fun Art (Ages: 4-6) $84 Join us for a morning full of creativity and fun. Children will be able to explore different artistic mediums such as drawing, painting, sculpture, and crafts in a professional studio/gallery environment. Each class, students will dive into different art themes that incorporate play and education with fun-filled projects. Supplies are included, and children can take their completed projects home the same day. All children must be accompanied by a parent/ guardian. Karla Pearce Art Gallery Sep 18-Oct 9 10:00-11:30 AM Wed #214925 Ukrainian Dancing Beginner (ages 7 and up) $50 Learn traditional Ukrainian dance and have fun with many character dances that incorporate role-playing and story lines. Experience is not required. Dance slippers are an additional cost to this program. Westmount Elementary School Sep 25 â€“ Nov 27 6:00-7:30 PM Wed #217784 To register call 250-828-3500 or visit www.kamloops.ca/ezreg
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Based on the standard Audi A3 Sportback, the 2014 g-tron features the ability to run on gasoline, compressed natural gas and a synthetic methane Audi calls e-gas.
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UDI HAS PUT A NEW TWIST ON AN OLD IDEA AND COME UP WITH WHAT JUST MIGHT BE A SELF-SUSTAINING NATURAL GAS-POWERED CAR. Dual fuel is not new. You can find ethanol, propane and compressed natural-gas cars and trucks all over Canada. Where the Audi A3 Sportback g-tron is different is it can use gasoline, compressed natural gas or what Audi calls e-gas. The latter is a synthetic methane that Audi creates. It starts with two giant windmills in the North Sea owned by Audi. Power from these goes to a purpose-built prototype plant where the electricity is used to separate water into oxygen and hydrogen. The oxygen is vented into the atmosphere, while CO2 is added to the hydrogen during the “methanization” process in the plant, thus creating e-gas. The e-gas can then be stored or added to the existing natural-gas infrastructure much as solar panel owners add electricity to the grid. The gas is stored onboard the A3 g-tron in two fibre-reinforced plastic tanks. Because the tanks are glass-reinforced plastic, they only add 32 kilograms to the overall weight of car. But each tank can hold up to 14.4 kilograms of compressed e-gas for a range of 400 kilometres. X See A3 G-TRON B11
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The interior of the Audi A3 Sportback g-tron is unchanged from the standard model.
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When the tanks are depleted, the driver switches over to gasoline. With two sources, Audi engineers at the g-tron presentation earlier this year in Berlin estimated a range of up to 1,300 kilometres. The engine in the A3 g-tron is a 1.4litre, turbocharged, direct fuel-injected four-cylinder able to run on all three fuels. Audi had a number of g-trons at its electrification symposium that also featured the A3 Sportback plugin hybrid Audi will import in 2015 and the astounding R8 e-tron electric supercar. The only visual difference on the A3 g-tron was the two fuel gauges and a switch to go from one fuel source to another. Presumably, one would use natural gas as much as possible, saving gasoline as the backup fuel supply. If you used only natural gas that was created by turbines, you would have sus-
tainable transportation for as long as there is water and wind. Through the streets of downtown Berlin, I drove on natural gas alone, finding the acceleration of the line sluggish, but the turbo quickly came into play with just a hint of lag. When it came to punching the “gas” for a lane change, the 1.4litre responded well. All the premium materials Audi puts into its vehicles were unchanged in the g-tron, giving the interior that Audi panache. The A3 g-tron goes on sale in Europe in 2014, but there are no plans to bring it to Canada at this time. But, with the proliferation of wind turbines in Ontario and the current oversupply of electricity, an e-gas facility or facilities makes for a compelling argument in favour. And, considering how much untapped gas we already have in this country, the A3 g-tron seems like a natural.
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Chrysler and Universal promoting Rush
The team at Zimmer Autosport congratulates Norm Langlois on achieving
Salesman of the Month for August 2013. Norm is looking forward to meeting and assisting you with all of your automotive needs. brand’s social-media channels. The SRT brand has added graphics from the film to its No. 91 Rush SRT Viper GTS-R race car that competes in the GT Class of the American Le Mans Series (ALMS). In its first ALMS event appearance on Aug. 11, the
Rush-sponsored No. 91 Viper GTS-R race car driven by Marc Gossans and Dominick Farnbacher road to victory in the GT Class at Road America in Elkhart Lake, Wisc. The win was the first for a Viper in ALMS competition since 2000.
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Bacon has been a cornerstone of cuisine since ancient Rome. In recent years the cured meat has transformed from a food to a lifestyle, inspiring everything from medical supplies to plush toys. On Aug. 31, International Bacon Day, Ford savored the salty side dish with the introduction of what is believed to be the first bacon-wrapped car — a 2014 Ford Fiesta. Ford is announcing the availability of custom bacon graphics that pork purists can have installed on their new Fiesta. The piece de resistance is the full “Bacon Wrap” — 10 giant strips of delicious bacon rolled around the entire Fiesta for a carb-free ride. While the bacon-wrapped Fiesta has all the looks of indulgence, it’s incredibly lean at the pump – with an EPA-estimated rating of up to (US) 41 mpg on the highway. And, unlike bacon grease, nothing gets sizzled away from the Fiesta interior, with technology and features worthy of a blue ribbon at any county fair. The bacon graphics are just a few custom exterior vinyl graphics Fiesta buyers can have installed on their ride to express their personalities.
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Post-education system like a boat adrift So says NDP advanced-education critic David Eby as he tours the B.C. Interior By Dale Bass STAFF REPORTER email@example.com
David Eby pulled off the biggest individual win on election night in May, defeating Premier Christy Clark in the riding of Vancouver-Point Grey. Alas, his New Democrats could not emulate Eby’s victory provincewide and the NDP remains in opposition for the next four years. Eby, in his new role as advanced-education critic, took his ears to campuses in Kamloops, Kelowna and Merritt this week to learn firsthand the concerns of students. He said he is hearing a common theme, one that comes from students, faculty, administration and support staff — the system is like a boat adrift right now, with no captain in charge and broken in many ways. Not surprisingly, Eby said, leading the list of concerns from students at Thompson Rivers University, UBCOkanagan, Okanagan College
and the Nicola Valley Institute of Technology in Merritt continues to be rising tuition costs and debilitating student debt. With housing costs factored in for non-local students, along with the fact maximum studentloan amounts of about $10,000 often do not come close to covering one year’s tuition for some undergrad programs, Eby said crippling debt has become alltoo common, “Students in B.C. studying part-time and working part-time is becoming a trend,” Eby said, noting a recent BMO study that showed students in British Columbia carry the highest student-loan debt in the country. Had the NDP won the May election, the party would have brought back a student-grant program, one funded by a bank tax. Instead, Eby said, the status quo — student loans on which interest begins piling up the moment the loan is taken out and years before the student actually begins to earn a salary on the courses studied — remains
GLADYS MARY (PEG) SCOTT April 1, 1916 – July 12, 2013 Peg passed peacefully at the Hamlets in Westsyde with her family comforting her for her ﬁnal days. She was predeceased by Walter, her husband of 68 years in 2009. Also predeceased by brothers Dwight, Roy and sister Molly. Peg is survived by Robert (Dale) of 100 Mile House, Kathryn (Leslie) Ervin of West Kelowna and Jane (John) Kikkert of Okotoks , plus several grandchildren & great grandchildren. She is also survived by sister Mildred Reynolds of Port Alberni & and sister in-law Grace Caddell of Victoria. Peg was born in Wimbledon, England and immigrated to Canada as a toddler. Her early years were spent in Kingston, Ontario & Winnipeg, Manitoba, where her father was posted as a member of the Royal Canadian Horse Artillery. After her mothers death in 1928, the children were cared for in an orphanage in Winnipeg. After the death of their father in early 1929, the siblings were adopted by three cousins in Victoria. Peg worked in the Saanich municipal ofﬁce, and married Walter in 1941 in Victoria. Son Robert was born in 1944 prior to their moving to Kamloops in 1945. Daughter Kathryn was born in 1946 and daughter Jane in 1950, both in Kamloops Hospital. Peg was a matron at the Kamloops Correctional Gaol in the 1960’s. After Walter’s retirement in 1972, they relocated to Sorrento, then returned to Kamloops in 1991. They moved to Berwick on the Park in 2002, then to the Hamlets when it opened. The family wishes to thank the staff at the Hamlets for the ﬁne care both Peg & Walter received over the years. In lieu of ﬂowers donations in honour of Peg’s life may be made to the Alzheimer Society. You are invited to join a celebration of her life at the Hamlets at Westsyde, 3255 Overlander Dr, Kamloops, at 2pm Saturday, September 14, 2013.
a “penny-wise, poundfoolish” procedure. He said the system is also broken by not having a clear understanding of the infrastructure required for international students. Eby pointed to two sides of the foreign-student coin: Private institutions offering English as a second language, but not regulated by government; and public institutions that haven’t put the necessary measures in place to address issues unique to those unfamiliar with Canadian culture. As for the first, Eby said it damages the province’s image to have students come to B.C. and spend a lot of money for courses at institutions that may then shut down and not reimburse the tuition and/or provide a shoddy education. In the public sector, Eby said, he has talked with teaching assistants who are spending
David Eby is NDP MLA for VancouverPoint Grey.
“a disproportionate amount of time teaching English skills” to students so they can understand their courses. The same lack of infrastructure exists for special-needs students, Eby said, “when all you need to do is build that extra service and support to help them.”
Support services are one of the first to be cut, he said, which harms those “who need a bit more support.” “If they fail, we are supporting them for the rest of their life when, if we just give them that help and they succeed, they can often go on to live a full life.” Eby said when he was making a post-secondary decision, his goal was to graduate and get a job, but he chose courses he felt would do more than that and provide him with more education. With the changing job market, he said, today’s student is often forced to look at post-secondary education as less of an educational opportunity and more of a skills-acquiring necessity. The problem comes in trying to predict what jobs will be looking for workers in three or four years when they graduate, Eby said. “We need to teach people how to respond to a rapidly changing society — and one of the questions we need to ask is: Is the system working for B.C.?”
A Vanished Friend Around the corner I have a friend In this great city that has no end; Yet days go by, and weeks rush on, And before I know it a year has gone, And I never see my old friend’s face, For life is a swift and terrible race. He knows I like him just as well As in the days when I rang his bell, And he rang mine. We were younger then, And now we are busy, tired men, Tired of playing a foolish game, Tired with trying to make a name. “Tomorrow, I will call on Jim, Just to show that I am thinking of him.” But tomorrow comes and tomorrow goes, And A the distance between us grows and grows, grow ws, Around the corner, yet miles away “Here’s a telegram, sir,” “Jim died today!” And A that’s what we get, and deserve in the en end, nd, Around the corner a vanished friend!!
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Canyon is the fastest growing pressure pumping company in Canada. We deliver quality customized fracturing / pressure pumping and service solutions to the oil and gas industry, improving our industry one job at a time. If you’re looking for a career with a leading organization that promotes Integrity, Relationships, Innovation and Success, then we’re looking for you.
Canyon Technical Services Located in Red Deer, Medicine Hat, Grande Prairie and Estevan, Sask. Canyon is growing and currently are looking for talented and experienced Class 1 Drivers, for our Fracturing, Nitrogen, Coiled Tubing and Cement and Acid divisions. All interested applicants are encouraged to forward a resume and a copy of a current drivers abstract. Applicant Requirements: f Self-motivated f Willing to work 15/6 or 22/13 schedule
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Logan Lake 1 & 2 bdrm condo $475 & 500 tenant pays hydro. Call (604)463-3728.
2 bd 1 bth Home in CLINTON Bright, Large lot, wood stove, $625/mth. Call 604-910-4655
1BDRM furnished level entry Westsyde priv ent/patio/lndry NS/NP util/satellite tv incl $875/mo 250-579-0193
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FOR SALE OR TRADE for residential property in Kamloops. This very bright, fully furnished, three bedroom/two bath corner unit townhouse in Big White offers your very own hot tub on the patio, carport, high end furniture/appliance pkge, stacking washer/dryer and rock-faced ﬁreplace. Short stroll to Gondola, skating rink, tube park, Day Lodge. Ideal for family or as a revenue generator throughout the ski season. Strata fees only $155.00 per month. Call Don at 250-682-3984 for more information. Asking $199,900.00 plus GST.
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1BDRM, Sahali g/l, sep kitchen, lrg bdrm + double closet, incd util & shrd/ldry. $795/mo Avail Now 250-318-3313 1BDRM(sm) 1-person! ns/np NoParties $600/mo ref’s req’d. Incl. h/w &heat 250-372-7695 2Bdrm N. Kam shr w/d, n/p, n/s pref working person $750 util incl 250-554-8771 Riverfront 1bdrm daylight internet level entry ample prking util incl $575 579-9609 Valleyview lge living space 2 bdrm, 5 appliances, $950mo gas incl 250-372-2380
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Rentals Apt/Condo for Rent 2Bdrm clean quiet, Northshore apt $875mo, heat incl ns/p 250-554-0175
ClssB Motorhome cover $200, Golf Travel Bag $25, York Gym $80 obo (250) 828-2425 Craftsman 4hp mower $125 Lawnboy rear bagger $125 2 weed eater $25/$15 250-2996462 Entire contents of 2bdrm condo. Everything but the kitchen sink is for sale. Make me an offer! Call (250) 851-2677 MISC4Sale: Camperette $300, Oak Table Chairs-$400, 2-Sta ndard 8ft truck canopies $300/ea & Artic Spa hot tub $3000obo Call 250-573-5922 after 6pm or leave msg. STEEL BUILDINGS/Metal buildings 60% off! 20x28, 30x40, 40x62, 45x90, 50x120, 60x150, 80x100 sell for balance owed! Call 1-800-4572206. www.crownsteelbuildings.ca
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5 Star Caravans West Resort in Scotch Creek B.C. Lakeside lot, end unit. Plenty of extra space. Steps to beautiful sandy beach with a wharf for your boat. Newer 2006 1bedroom, 1bath, park model trailer, plus a tastefully decorated guest cabin. Resort has 2 pools, 2 hot tubs, Adult & Family Clubhouse, Park, Playground. $1500/week 250-371-1333
Rooms for Rent DOWNTOWN motel rooms avail, 1 or 2 beds. All util, parking & internet incl. Starting @ $850/mo kitchenette rooms also available 250-372-7761 Furn bed rm cls to DT util incl emp or student n/s/p/drink vehicle req $450mo 377-3158
Cottages / Cabins All season Lake View furn cabin indoor plumbing near Clinton $225 per/month (250) 459-2387 after 5pm
Duplex / 4 Plex BROCK Lrg 3bdrm 2bth fncd yrd, hwtr & heat inc. NS/NP. $1400/mo (250) 376-5897
2BDRM, 2Bath, plus Den. Located in Pineview. New town home with garage and a/c. ns/np, $1800/mo. Refs Required. Call 250-319-1693 3brm 3bth Valleyview pet neg, $1400 close to school and shopping. Avail Immediately 250-374-5586 /371-0206 LRG 3 bdrm beside Mac Park. Priv yrd, garage.N/S/P Family oriented. $1000/mo 377-4060
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Does not include: Car/Truck/RV’s/Power Boats/Street Bike
Call and ask us about our GARAGE SALE SPECIAL
SHAVINGS & SAWDUST 10 TO 150 YARD LOADS REIMER’S FARM SERVICES
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1 and 2 bedroom apartments. Clean quiet building. Rents starting at $625 + utilities.
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2bdrm older mobile lots of reno’s in Dallas Priced to sell $45900 Call (250) 396-7636
ONLY $10.00 FOR 3 LINES (Plus Tax) ($1 per additional line)
1365 Dalhousie Drive • 250-371-4949
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TUESDAY, September 10, 2013 ❖ B19
Antiques / Classics
1956 International S130 pick up. Cab and chasi in gd shape all parts required to ﬁnish incl $3000obo (778) 470-2728
1995 Sunbird 18.7 ft bow rider 175 hp, I/O exc cond $9000 ﬁrm (250) 579-8501 2007 Sea Doo Speed Boat, 4 Seater.$15,000obo Call 250573-5922 (after 6pm)or lv msg
1967 Ford Falcon Futura St.6 Auto 2dr all original runs good, $6000 obo (250) 376-5722
Auto Financing Complete Trailer with EZ load, boat, all gear new 4hp merc motor, $10,500 (250) 374-0507
Run until sold New Price $56.00+tax
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Do you have a vehicle, boat, rv, or trailer to sell? With our Run til sold specials you pay one ﬂat rate and we will run your ad until your vehicle sells.* • $56.00 (boxed ad with photo) • $35.00 (regular 3 line ad)
*Some conditions & restrictions apply. Private party only (no businesses).
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12’ ALUMINUM BOAT &
$775.00 for the set Perfect set-up for camping. The ubuilt boat trailer can carry a lot of boating equipment, and camping gear. Easy to haul with a truck, and still light enough for a car with a hitch. The top opens into four separate doors for easy access, and has a latch on each side so that you can lock-up it all up. Comes with three spare tires. The 12‘ aluminum boat is a great starter boat and comes with two oars. Asking $775 obo. More photos available upon request.
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Cars - Domestic ‘06Cobalt, auto4dr, 113000km great condition $4850.obo 250-578-7991, 250-320-5066
2003 Mustang GT convertible V8 P/S, P/B (new brakes) low mileage 70,000km leather nit. 2 sets of wheel not winter driven $10,500 ﬁrm (250) 554-2528 86 Oldsmobile Firenza 2dr hatch back 126,000km runs gd $1000obo (250) 374-4539 97 Chrysler Intrepid exc touring car, summer/winter tires on rims, $3000 (250) 374-4713
Run Till Rented Kamloops This Week Run Till Rented gives you endless possibilities... $5300 + tax Max 3 Lines Max 12 Weeks Must be pre-paid (no refunds) Scheduled for 4 weeks at a time
RUN UNTIL SOLD ONLY $35.00(plus Tax)
(Must phone to reschedule)
(250)371-4949 *some restrictions apply call for details
Cars - Sports & Imports 95 Honda Accord 4dr 275,000km gd running car $2500obo (250) 374-8439 98 Honda CRV auto green A/W A/C 296,000 km asking $1950 250-377-8559
Motorcycles 1984 Yamaha Virago motorcycle.Excel/cond $3500obo 250573-5922(after6pm orlvmsg)
Recreational/Sale 07 Copper Canyon 30ft pull trailer, qu bed, dining/living slide, awning, new tires, exc cond. $17500 (250) 828-1604
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Trucks & Vans 1984 Chevy Short Box. $3500 obo (250) 573-5922 after 6pm or leave msg. Must See! 1996 GMC Suburban gd shape runs great $4200obo (250) 571-2107 DUMP truck ‘98 1ton GMC 4X4diesel,auto,4ton hoist 165k $16,000 obo 250-573-2629
Private parties only - no businesses - Some Restrictions Apply
Special: Add an extra line to your ad for $10
The Heart of Your Community
NEW LEER Truck Canopy. Fits 6ft Ford box. White. $900 1(250) 523-2350 (Logan Lake)
Notice of Application for Short Term Water Use Water Act (Section 8)
I/We Heather Larratt for the District of Logan Lake, #1 Opal Drive, PO Box 190, Logan Lake, British Columbia, V0K 1W0 have applied for an approval to temporarily divert and store water out of Dunois Creek which flows westerly and discharges in Logan Lake and give notice of my application to all persons affected. The ponds that are being created/rehabilitated will be located at: 600 meters upstream of Logan Lake within the Logan Lake Golf Course. The quantity of water to be diverted or stored is 4468.5 cubic meters. The purpose for which the water will be used is land rehabilitation.
2006 Terry 28’ 5th wheel. 1 slide slp 6 Documented low mileage, exc cond $21,000 (250) 554-2528 26’ pull type 1999 Mallard trailer slps 6, lrg awning, a/c , solar panel + extras $9,000 (250) 376-6918 28ft ClassA Fleetwood Bounder RV Ford 460 exc cond Steal at $16500 250-573-1736
4 OUT OF 5 PEOPLE WITH DIABETES DIE OF HEART DISEASE.
The land on which the water will be stored is within the Logan Lake Golf Course. Anyone having concerns or comments with regard to the above proposal, please contact me/us at the above address in order that I/we may discuss the issues and arrive at a mutually acceptable arrangement. Objections to this application may be filed with the Assistant Regional Water Manager at Cascades District, PO Box 4400 Station Main, Merritt, British Columbia, V1K 1B8, within 7 days of the date of the publication.
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B20 ❖ TUESDAY, September 10, 2013
SALE STARTS WEDNESDAY!
SPECIAL PRICES AVAILABLE
SEPT 11 - SEPT 16
MANGOES OKANAGAN LONG ENGLISH CUKES
50LB BAG 14 $
FOR $ 00
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