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SNOW REPORT Sun Peaks Resort Mid-mountain: 191 cm Alpine: 214 cm Harper Mountain Total snow: 266 cm

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VIRUS UPDATE

WEATHER Chance of flurries High 8 C Low -4 C

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School trips cancelled and Canada’s first death

Grant will see those in need hired to clean up drug paraphernalia

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Defence argues pair’s Charter rights were violated TIM PETRUK STAFF REPORTER tim@kamloopsthisweek.com

Carley and Adam Eliason have two daughters: Holly, 4, and Lucy, 2. The couple is expecting a fifth member of the family in June, when McKenzie is due to arrive. But problems in the womb mean the baby will lose an arm. A family friend has created a GoFundMe campaign to help raise money for the family as it prepares for baby Mckenzie’s birth.

RALLYING FOR BABY MCKENZIE SEAN BRADY STAFF REPORTER sbrady@kamloopsthisweek.com

The child a Kamloops mother is carrying will soon need her arm amputated due to a rare birth defect discovered halfway through an otherwise healthy pregnancy.

If all goes according to schedule, Carley Eliason will meet her daughter, McKenzie, in about 100 days. But she does not yet know if her daughter will lose her arm before or after she leaves the womb. At her 20-week checkup at Royal Inland Hospital, an ultra-

sound technician examined baby McKenzie through the walls of her mother’s belly, measuring her heart and her limbs. Something wasn’t right. McKenzie’s right forearm was swollen, nearly to the size of the 20-week old fetus’ head. See BABY, A4

A B.C. Supreme Court judge will decide whether a Kamloops man used excessive force last fall when he slashed a man and beat a woman after they took him on a wild ride on the back of his stolen pickup truck. Derrick Pearson and Crystal Dorrington are on trial in Kamloops Law Courts, each facing a string of charges, including dangerous driving, assault with a weapon and mischief endangering life. Lawyers representing the two accused have asked B.C. Supreme Court Justice Dev Dley to throw out the charges on the grounds their Charter rights were violated by Francis Payette, the owner of the stolen truck, during a citizen’s arrest. Police dash-cam video played in court shows Payette elbowing Dorrington in the face while having her pinned to the ground. Payette also admitted to slashing Pearson with a knife and punching Dorrington in the face prior to police arrival, though he later denied having punched her. In the video and in a photo shown to court, Dorrington is seen to have severe injuries to her nose, which defence lawyers Sheldon Tate and John Gustafson say came from a bite by Payette — an allegation he has denied.

Francis Payette’s truck erupted in flames in Westyde on Oct. 16, 2019, after thieves crashed it — with Payette in the flatbed. JOLENE ANDERSON/FACEBOOK

Dorrington required reconstructive plastic surgery to repair her nose. The video depicts a chaotic scene. When police arrived, Payette was on top of Dorrington and striking her in the face. Beside them, Payette’s truck was ablaze and black smoke filled the air. Officers in the video rushed to help Payette subdue the woman, but he remained on top of her. He could be heard later menacing her repeatedly while she spoke to Mounties. At one point in the video, an officer describes Payette as “an orangutang,” but Payette is never shown to be arrested and he was not charged. See TRIAL, A6

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An online fundraising campaign to help the family of a Kamloops teacher undergoing treatment for cancer continues. Timothy Osborne, who teaches Grade 7 at Kamloops Christian School has been diagnosed with colorectal and liver cancer and has completed his first round of chemotherapy treatment. Nick Matovich and Courtney Osborne have created a GoFundMe campaign to raise money to help the family with expenses. The fundraiser page can be found online at gofundme.com/f/lets-help-timosborne-during-his-cancerbattle.

“Tim is a talented musician and has many friends in the Okanagan, the Lower Mainland, in Kamloops where he teaches his Grade 7 class at Kamloops Christian School,” the post by Matovich and Osborne on the GoFundMe page states. “Tim is a loving and selfless individual and I know he’d be there for any of us if we were in his shoes. Let’s help Tim, Carianne and Cambria focus on the care and healing that Tim will need in his fight and band together to take some of the financial stress out of their situation. “Let’s show this cancer bully that “you can’t keep a good man down.”

Tim Osborne and daughter, Cambria, in a photo featured on the GoFundMe page created to help the family cope with finances during Osborne’s treatment for cancer.

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A clearer picture was needed to know what was happening. “Our doctor had told us there was something wrong with the underlying tissue of her right forearm and said it could be as simple as a birthmark that was trying to grow with the blood vessels, or was rubbing up against something and putting a shadow on the ultrasound,” Eliason said. Eliason immediately began preparing for the worst-case scenario as her doctor sought more information, sending Eliason and husband, Adam, to B.C. Women’s Hospital in Vancouver for further diagnostics, with plans for better ultrasound imaging and an MRI. The MRI didn’t happen. The improved ultrasound image proved to be all doctors needed to see the problem, but because of the condition’s rarity, it took two hours to confirm the case. “That was awful. We just went downstairs and sat in our car for two hours,” Eliason said. McKenzie has amniotic band syndrome, causing her right forearm to swell extensively. Her right hand has been fully

encompassed by swollen tissue. Estimates for the prevalence of amniotic band syndrome vary between 1 in 1,700 to 1 in 15,000 births. It occurs when strands of the amniotic sac inside the womb separate from the wall of the uterus and tangle up with the limbs, fingers or toes of the fetus. Surgery can sometimes be done to correct the condition inside the womb, but more serious cases require reconstruction surgery — or even amputation — after birth. “So it was good we prepared ourselves for the worst-case scenario,” Eliason said, recalling what was going through her head after learning McKenzie’s arm would have to be amputated. “We were thankful that her heart was OK, her brain was OK, that she was healthy and that she can live with one arm. People do it all the time.” Eliason said her husband was more positive than she was. The two found much to be thankful for in an anxious situation: McKenzie will only ever know life with one arm and won’t have to adjust; the entangled limb is an arm, not a leg, meaning she

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won’t need a wheelchair or lose mobility; she is an otherwise healthy baby. “She won’t really know any different. That was kind of reassuring that she’ll be OK,” Eliason said. The couple will meet with a medical team and surgeon in April to learn what comes next. Eliason doesn’t yet know if she’ll be able to deliver naturally or when the surgery will occur. “There are a lot of unknowns,” she said. One of those unknowns is the couple’s finances. Seeking relief for the family of four that is soon to be five is friend Kayla Fleming, who created a GoFundMe at the end of February, with the aim of raising $10,000. As of March 9, the campaign had raised $1,500, for which Eliason said she is immensely grateful. But additional expenses for the family — which already include food, accommodation, travel and child care, and will soon include prosthetics for McKenzie — are adding stress to an already stressful situation. To donate to the Eliason family, go online to gofundme.com/baby-mckenzie039s-amputation-surgery.


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In the midst of the coronavirus COVID-19 outbreak, the KamloopsThompson school district has cancelled school group tours that were planned for Europe during spring break, due to the coronavirus outbreak. Field trips planned for Costa Rica, Edmonton and Montreal remain scheduled to proceed, but the school district plans to monitor the situation daily and respond to any changes to travel advisories that may impact those plans. In addition, some individual travel requests from international students have been denied. Assistant superintendent Trish Smillie said other field trip requests will be reviewed on a case-by-case basis, noting any recommendation to the school board to cancel would be based on factors such as the state of the coronavirus outbreak at the time and the federal government’s travel advisories. Thirty-eight students and staff from Valleyview, Sa-Hali and Clearwater secondary schools had planned to visit various regions of Europe beginning this Friday. “Unfortunately, this year we are faced with a global challenge with the outbreak of COVID-19,” school district assistant superintendent Bill Hamblett said in a press release. “Due to the risk of harm for students and staff travelling to regions of Europe, we had to make the

call to cancel these trips. “We are currently working with travel providers and individual schools to see if trips can be refunded, rescheduled or rerouted,” Hamblett said. “Schools and trip organizers will communicate directly with affected students and families about the next steps related to refunds.” The school district considered Health Canada advisories, as well as the potential that staff and students may be quarantined, either overseas or upon their return to Canada, when deciding to cancelling the trips. All field trips outside of B.C. need the approval of the KamloopsThompson school board, whereas those within the province need only approval of the school principal, she said. The school district has had to refuse requests from international students wishing to travel home to countries where there is a high risk of contracting the virus, Smillie said, noting the school district is not approving students to travel to countries, such as China, where there is an increased risk of contracting the virus. The school district has approximately 50 students from China studying in the district. Smillie said the school district has been advised by B.C.’s Ministry of Health that the risk of school-aged children contracting COVID-19 is low at this point, but added the district continues to monitor the situation. Given the current risk level, she said schools are focused

on hygiene education. “We’re telling students to wash their hands, cough into their sleeves, don’t touch their face and we advise students and their families, our staff, to stay at home when they’re sick,” Smillie said. The district has also asked all employees to keep their work surfaces clear of items so custodians can conduct additional cleaning as a precaution to limit the spread of all viruses. “These are great precautions top take even in spite of the low risk,” Smillie said, noting other steps being taken in schools includes posters reminding people to wash their hands, the monitoring of students for signs of illness and advising students not share food, utensils and water bottles. In a message sent home to all secondary parents, the school district is also asking parents and staff who are travelling overseas for personal travel to consider issues such as needing to be quarantined upon returning to Canada. While the current areas of most significant concern are China, Northern Italy, Iran, Japan and South Korea, impacted areas may change and expand as the situation continues to evolve. Meanwhile, Thompson Rivers University, like other universities, is monitoring the situation and following the lead of public health officials when addressing the situation on campus. The university has also banned students and staff from travelling to China and has an advisory group that meets regularly.

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B.C. has reported the first death due to COVID-19, along with more cases in the province. A male resident of Lynn Valley Care Centre in North Vancouver died late Sunday after being infected with the novel coronavirus earlier this month. He was in his 80s. Five additional cases of COVID-19 were also reported during Monday’s update, including an imported case from Italy, bringing the total in B.C. to 32 as of Monday (Tuesday’s update was held after KTW’s press deadline, but updated statistics are online at kamloopsthisweek.com.). Among those are the province’s first known case of community transmission, found in a woman who works at a seniors care home in North Vancouver. Two residents at the home were also later confirmed to have COVID-19. Many of the cases are linked to travel or close contact with those who have travelled, particularly from Iran or China. Coronavirus means no more rolling up the rim Page A22

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This photo from Derrick Pearson’s Facebook page shows him with Crystal Dorrington. The pair faces numerous charges in connection with an October incident involving a stolen truck being driven at high speeds down Ord and Westyde roads, with the vehicle’s owner hanging on in the back, before crashing in a field in Westsyde.

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Payette testified on Monday and Tuesday, describing a bizarre series of events on Oct. 16, 2019, that began with a phone call from a friend, saying he had spotted Payette’s stolen pickup truck on a residential street in Brocklehurst. Payette said he drove to the area and confronted the occupants of his truck — a woman sitting behind the wheel and a man riding shotgun, allegedly Dorrington and Pearson. Payette told court he demanded the pair get out of the truck, but they drove away. Court heard Payette jumped on the back of the truck and held on. Payette described a chaotic series of events that followed. He said the women swerved

at high speeds in an attempt to make him fall off the truck, then struck a BC Hydro pole. Payette said she then struck a number of vehicles along Ord Road and Westsyde Road before crashing through a fence and coming to a stop in a farmer’s field in Westsyde, where the truck’s engine caught fire. “She was swinging the wheel as much as she could to get me off,” Payette said. “I saw her swinging the wheel as hard as she could with her foot to the floor.” Payette said the man in the truck shot pepper spray at him while they were driving. “At that particular point, I remember sitting down on the truck because he had pretty much emptied the can of pepper spray on me,” Payette said. “My leg

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“She tried to kill me multiple times,” Payette responded. Payette later laughed at Gustafson when the defence lawyer asked if the theft of his truck justified his beating of the woman. “They stole my truck and tried to kill me,” Payette replied. The application by Pearson and Dorrington claims Payette was acting as an agent of the state when he placed the pair under citizen’s arrest, meaning he should be held to the same Charter rules regulating the actions of police and excessive force. It is not known when Justice Dev Dley will rule on the Charter application, but Pearson and Dorrington’s trial is slated to conclude next week. They remain in custody.

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hurt because I was trying to kick it out of his hand. At that point, I realized she might actually flip the truck. I realized that this is serious.” In the field, Payette said, he slashed a blade at the man as he came out of the truck. Payette said he then grabbed the woman from the vehicle and threw her to the ground. Payette admitted to grabbing the woman by the hair and shouting in her face. Police dashcam footage shows a furious Payette screaming at the woman, apparently threatening to kill her. “The point was to punish her, wasn’t it?” Gustafson asked. “Punish her, I guess so,” Payette replied. “You wanted to hurt her for what she did to your truck,” Gustafson said, raising his voice.

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A long line of customers waited patiently on Tuesday for doors to open at 9 a.m. to check out the new Marshalls store in Aberdeen Mall. The store is in the second-floor space vacated by Sears, with Old Navy and the Fresh Street Market also on the way to the mall. More photos from the Marshalls opening are online at kamloopsthisweek.com.

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Thompson Rivers University is opposed to allowing a member of the Tiny House Warriors on campus this weekend for a First Nations human rights conference. Nicole Manuel, also known as Mayuk, was among three members of the Tiny House Warriors arrested on Dec. 10, 2018, after allegedly smearing red paint on the walls and windows of TRU’s Campus Activity Centre during a pipeline consultation meeting helmed by former Supreme Court of Canada Justice Frank Iacobucci. Iacobucci was holding meetings with Indigenous groups in connection with the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion project. Manuel, her sister Chantel Manual and her brother-in-law Isha Jules are each facing charges

of mischief under $5,000, assault and causing a disturbance stemming from the incident. Each of the accused is bound by release conditions that include an order to stay away from the Thompson Rivers University campus. The pipeline consultation meeting took place in rented space on TRU’s campus, but was not a university event. This weekend’s Human Rights Symposium and Delegation is being organized by the Tiny House Warriors and the Indigenous Network on Economies and Trade in space rented at TRU. The symposium schedule includes events in TRU’s Grand Hall on Saturday and a field trip to the North Thompson on Sunday. Speakers on Saturday are expected to include filmmaker and broadcaster Avi Lewis and First Nations lawyer and activist Pam Palmater. A hearing is scheduled to take place on Thursday in Kamloops

provincial court, at which time Manuel will ask a judge to vary her bail to allow her to attend TRU’s campus for the event. Manuel is the sister of Kanhaus Manuel, a leader of the Tiny House Warrior movement. Nicole Manuel and her two co-accused are scheduled to stand trial in Kamloops provincial court over five days beginning on Nov. 16. The Tiny House Warriors is a group of Indigenous activists opposed to the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion crossing SecwĂŠpemc territory. The group has built two villages — near Blue River and Moonbeam Creek, about 230 kilometres north of Kamloops. The group has constructed five of a planned 10 tiny houses it said it will place along the pipeline expansion’s 518-kilometre route as a means of protesting the project and asserting what it said is “Secwepemc territorial authority and jurisdiction.â€?

Therapy comes in all shapes and sizes. Sometimes, it is covered in fur and wants to cuddle and play endlessly. At times, we rescue dogs that are in need, and, as it turns out, our furry friends can be a catalyst in our own rescue. Canine therapy is not only a healthy therapeutic option, it is a renewable resource with limitless potential. The curative properties of therapy dogs are an emotional remedy already in use for many in our community, and the central principles of canine therapy, that of sharing love and enabling connection, are fundamental components of how working dogs strengthen community. This unyielding devotion to create bonds and bridge gaps is at the core of Search, Rescue, and Detections K9s of BC.

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This path of love and connection to the community is epitomized in the excitement and affection of Teyo, a golden retriever who is training to become a therapy dog. His name—derived from the laughing buddha, making him somewhat of a laughing golden buddha—is true to his namesake in representing both contentment and abundance. To be successful in his training, to learn and excel at helping others, it is important to have the appropriate resources to create an environment of learning. Such a resource, a training ground for excellence, has recently been offered to live, learn, and train here in our community.

NEW HOME

Our canine command post will allow us to remain in the local ThompsonNicola region. SRD K9s of BC is proud to be able to continue serving the province of British Columbia from the Central Interior, allowing handlers and their therapeutic rescue dogs to learn, train, and grow in the Kamloops community. The value of giving back is ingrained in our mission, and this has been nurtured by the incredible gifts bestowed upon us by others that share an equally potent sense of community.

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The Cooper Family Foundation, a symbol of love and connection, is committed to the cultural health and prosperity of Kamloops and the surrounding area. Our new “forever home� started as a wish and a hope, and this dream is soon to become a reality. Our vision, to become the search dog training hub of British Columbia, has strengthened our resolve to serve. Our therapy of caring is ongoing.

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.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has run afoul of the language police. Last week, he publicly called the novel coronavirus the “Wuhan virus.” When challenged about this criminal violation of linguistic propriety, he said it again. The World Health Organization (WHO) was shocked. I know how Pompeo must feel because my innocent suggestion that we call it the Pangolin Balls Erectile Dysfunction Chinese Wet Market Virus got an equally hostile reception. It broke the WHO’s rules on naming new human infectious diseases. The WHO guidelines, issued in 2015, state that names must avoid geographic locations (e.g. Middle East Respiratory Syndrome), people’s names (Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease), species of animal or food (swine flu, monkey pox), cultural or occupational references (legionnaires’ disease), and terms that incite fear (e.g. “fatal” or “epidemic”). So, you may die of it, but nobody’s feelings will be hurt. COVID-19 may be boring, but at least nobody will think it has anything to do with China. In reality, however, everybody knows China made a mess of this. First of all, the age-old Chinese cultural tradition of blaming the messenger, reinforced by the Communist Party’s hierarchical structure, delayed by several crucial weeks public acknowledgement there was a dangerous virus active in Wuhan. The mayor of Wuhan, Zhou Xianwang, admitted last month he

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WATCH had delayed taking public action to slow the spread of the virus, like banning Wuhan residents from travelling elsewhere for Chinese New Year, for example. Why? Because local government had to get permission (from Communist Party headquarters) before fully disclosing information about the virus. Secondly, the Chinese version of the internet is now seething with stories about how the United States developed the virus in its secret labs and deliberately planted it in China. There are conspiracy theorists everywhere, but in China, the hundreds of thousands of censors who man the Great Firewall instantly take down posts that deviate from the official line. They aren’t doing it this time, which tells you all you need to know. Indeed, while the Chinese Communist Party initially accepted that the outbreak began in China, denial is growing even in official statements. The Chinese military’s online portal, Xilu.com, recently published an article claiming the virus

is “a biochemical weapon produced by the U.S. to target China.” But behind all the bluster and denial, China is actually doing the right thing. Folklore, superstitions and old wives’ tales abound in every culture, but beliefs about the power of “jinbu” are unique to China and explain why eating specific wild animals plays a major role in traditional Chinese medicine. The exotic meat fills the void, allegedly enhancing sexual performance in men and beauty and fertility in women. Small wild animals are often the intermediaries that transmit the new coronaviruses to people. The ground-up scales of pangolins supposedly cure cancer and asthma, but are also implicated in passing the Wuhan virus to human beings. Palm civets, suspected of having transmitted the SARS virus to humans, are said to cure insomnia when stewed with snake meat. China’s wet markets sell a wide variety of these animals. China is not the only source of new viral diseases, but it certainly produces more than anywhere else. Yet in all the previous epidemics, the Chinese regime did not dare to shut down the trade in wild animals. Popular belief in jinbu was just too strong. Now it has finally done it. Even eating the wild animals has been banned. They’re closing the barn door after the horse has escaped, you might say, but it will help a great deal in the future. Gwynne Dyer is speaking at TRU this Thursday. Eventbrite.com has the details.


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OPINION LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

VISUALLY PROMOTE ARTS CENTRE

Reader Donna Schweitzer has asked KTW to refresh readers’ memories of how the zipper merge works. The explanation (and execution) is quite simple: Drivers are reminded to use both lanes of traffic until the point at which they are required to go down to one lane. At the point of the bottleneck, vehicles take turns entering the open lane, like a zipper. The key is to use both lanes right to the point where it is necessary to merge. Using the zipper merge cuts down on congestion and allows all vehicles to get through the construction zone faster.

HEY, KAMLOOPS, REMEMBER THE ZIPPER MERGE? Editor: I work downtown and have to travel through the West Victoria Street construction zone. There is a lane from which you must zipper merge into the northbound lane. Unfortunately, not many Kamloops drivers know how to do this — in particular a gentleman in a silver Toyota Tacoma pickup truck who continually drives in the middle of both lanes to block vehicles. Can we get Kamloops This Week to again explain how the zipper merge works? Donna Schweitzer Kamloops

Editor: Considering the failure of the 2015 referendum on a performing-arts centre and given the apparent support of the new venture by Kamloops council, I think the present marketing begs the question: Is enough being done to promote the “yes” vote? I think the promotion and public information meetings we have seen are markedly better this time in spreading public awareness, but there hasn’t been enough.

Where are the large, vivid signboards depicting the look and aesthetics of the new proposed facility? Nothing catches attention more than the visual and the proposed Kamloops Centre for the Arts building has been presented in KTW as a spectacular and visually pleasing facility. Why, then, not showcase it — certainly on the proposed property at Seymour Street and Fourth Avenue, but also at several strategic intersections in the city? Let’s present the look

of what taxpayers may get if the “yes” vote prevails on April 4. In large and vivid ways, the proposed facility must have some visual promotion and bragging rights as a dynamic focal point to a downtown core that sorely needs it. Time already has been lost on this. Let’s not lose any promotional opportunity to get the “yes” vote over the 50 per cent mark this time. Gary Birkeland Kamloops

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Editor: If the “yes” vote prevails in the April 4 arts centre referendum, it will be because “no” voters did not take the time to vote. The $45 million the city wishes to borrow will be paid back by taxpayers. That is $45 million that could be used for various upgrades in the city that are desperately needed. Do we need upgrades or do we need an arts centre, which few people will use? I am voting “no” on April 4. Garry Forgaard Kamloops

GRIT GOVERNMENT TIED TO PROJECT DEATHS Editor: Re: Alan Budreau’s letter of March 3 (‘Trudeau did not kill Teck’s Frontier mine proposal’): Whether Teck’s Frontier oilsands project was abandoned due to economic reasons or political indecisiveness, the outcome is the same. Jobs that would or could have been created will now not exist. As well, the economic input the mine would have brought is lost. As a standalone project, some may think this to be OK. But when viewed as just one

of many losses of resource-sector jobs that could have been, the impact cannot be ignored. Some may think job creation is not important in Canada. Those people need to realize the world’s population is growing at rate of 81 million people per year, all of whom will want to work and raise families. For those born here or immigrating to Canada, where will they find jobs? Not to mention the increase in production of natural resources needed to sustain a growing population, many of

whom want to advance upward to our high standard of living. Every person born will need a lifetime supply of thousands of tonnes of natural resources. From where will those resources be extracted? Prime Minister Justin Trudeau may not be directly responsible for job losses, but his Liberal government and its lack of clear direction is responsible for many resource projects being cancelled. Teck CEO Don Lindsay said there is no policy or framework in place for a company to

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review prior to going forward with developing a project. As a result, even with a permit in hand and the will to go to construction, political instability can derail the project (see Trans Mountain pipeline expansion). This is not a good framework for any investor. There are many more stable jurisdictions in the world in which to invest. That is where the money and resource development will go — along with the jobs. Perry Grunenberg Kamloops

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The City of Kamloops has received grant funding from the province, which will help to connect those in need with services and provide them with a living wage. City social development co-ordinator Kelly MacDonald said the community health and harm reduction grant from the Ministry of Mental Health and Addictions and the Overdose Emergency Response Centre is valued at $44,000. She said the money will go toward installation of tamper-proof sharps bins on private property, weekly cleanup of garbage, drug paraphernalia and discard-

ed sharps and gathering of information about sharps in the community. Sharps are needles, syringes and other devices with sharp edges that can puncture skin. “They’ll be cleanups in different parts of town over the warmer months, picking up bits of garbage, sharps, anywhere that’s been identified as somewhere that needs to be addressed,” MacDonald said. “A group of folks will go out there and clean it up.” Locations to be targeted have yet to be identified. The city will work with community partners already doing that kind of work, as well as the business community. Those who will be doing the cleanup

work will be people in need. MacDonald said the pilot program aims to connect them with services. “It’ll be folks who have lived experience with substance use,” she said. “That’s a requirement of the grant. These folks will get paid real wages for the real work that they do.” Most of the work will take place from May through October of this year. The province doled out $900,000 in grants to two-dozen communities for initiatives to address the overdose crisis. Other programs to be funded include a needle-recovery program in Vancouver, a drop-in harm reduction and meal program in Houston and employment programs in Penticton and Kelowna.

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One-week spring break will remain in SD73 calendar MICHAEL POTESTIO

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School District 73 will maintain a one-week spring break for the next three years — but that could change once a new contract for teachers is in place. On Monday night, the Kamloops-Thompson school board approved its calendars for the 2020-2021, 2021-2022 and 2022-2023 school years by a vote of 8-1. Only trustee Joe Small voted in opposition. Staff recommended approving calendars with one-week spring breaks, noting the board could amend them if ongoing discussions between the school district and the Kamloops-Thompson Teachers’ Association (KTTA) result in a contract change re-implementing two-week breaks. Small wanted the point surrounding a possible amendment to be part of the motion itself or its own separate motion in order to show the public the option to move to a two-week spring break is still being explored. “I personally feel it very important that it be included and, I’m sorry, but it will affect how I vote on the motion,” he said. Board chair Kathleen Karpuk

said that portion was a clarification and did not necessarily need to be part of the motion itself. The KTTA has said it wants a two-week spring break, but talks on that front with the school district must wait until a new contract for teachers is approved at the provincial level, as it will have implications on adding the extra week off to the calendar. The calendars, though, were approved Monday as presented because, for the coming school year, they must be submitted to the Ministry of Education by the end of March. They also must adhere to the current collective agreement the district has with its employee groups. Teachers across the province have been without a new contract since June 30, 2019. The BC Teachers’ Federation and BC Public School Employer’s Association remain at the bargaining table. Associate superintendent Shayne Olsen told trustees that amendments to the calendars can be made at any time, noting staff are still discussing possible changes with the local teachers’ union. Approving school calendars also involved a 30-day public consultation process that wrapped up earlier this month. Results showed most respon-

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break, Olsen told the board. BEING AUTHENTIC - Embrace and accept your unique self 50 girls will be selected to CREATING CONNECTIONS - Build relationships with peers and mentors SD73 received 324 online attend each weekend (150 responses and, while some parents Thanks to our generous 2020 DATE participants in total). sponsors, expressed support for the current Learning to We are looking for girls who demonstrate W H O LOCATION Indigenous girls are Lead™ is offered at no one-week break, there were “many thought, a desire to create a better S H O Uencouraged L D independent cost to participants. to apply. have taken on and overcome challenges. world, and more” who preferred a two-week MAY 22This includes travel A P P L Y spring break, Olsen said. UNBC, PRINCE GEOR 50 girls will be selected to and accommodations. Participants stay on campus attend each weekend (150 The public response, howThanks to our generous 2020 DATE & participants in total). with a group of responsible sponsors, Learning to ever, was less than half the 682 JUNE 5 LOCATIONS Indigenous girls are Lead™ is offered at no TRU, KAMLOO chaperones and staff. responses received in 2017 during cost to participants. encouraged to apply. MAY 22-24 This includes travel the previous three-year calendar UNBC, PRINCE GEORGE and accommodations. Participants stay on campus JUNE 26consultation. with a group of responsible JUNE 5-7 UBC, VANCOUV While spring break is now limTRU, KAMLOOPS chaperones and staff. ited to one week in SD73, there JUNE 26-28 was a three-year span — between UBC, VANCOUVER Applications are due March 16t 2015 and 2017 — during which the district had a two-week break. To nominate a student, conta Applications are due March 16th. SD73 returned to a one-week To (Youth nominate aPrograms student, contact Ashley Manager) Ashley (Youth Programs Manager) at break in 2018. At the time, the disashleym@minervabc.c ashleym@minervabc.ca trict said merging Easter and the break was one of the options on which staff and teachers could not agree. In feedback received this year, parents expressed some frustration with the consultation process, Olsen said. Responses received noted more vacation time, more time off for students and teachers and a break more aligned with other school districts as positives for returning to a two-week spring break. Negatives expressed included a lack of child-care options to cover Confirmation Number: 767-0011-20/25 the break period and too much time away from class for students.

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Tourism agency wins big at B.C. conference Tourism Kamloops has been recognized for excellence in innovation at the BC Tourism Industry Conference, which was held last week in Victoria. Tourism Kamloops won the BC Tourism Industry Innovation Award, which recognizes an organization that has devised and implemented an outstanding marketing campaign or initiative that is directed at increasing the number of visitors to or within British Columbia. Tourism Kamloops bested fellow finalists The Fraser Valley Group and the BC Ale Trail. “At Tourism Kamloops, we are continually pushing the envelope of what is possible and challenging what has been done before. To be rewarded for that ambition is deeply gratifying,” Tourism Kamloops CEO Beverley DeSantis said. “I am so proud of the Tourism Kamloops team and we are so proud of Kamloops, especially our locals that stepped up as part of this campaign. “This award is a testament to their willingness to do things differently when it comes to bringing visitors to the region.” Tourism Kamloops recently wrapped up a yearlong local campaign called Luv’n The Loops, which consisted of taking residents on monthly excursions to various places in the Kamloops area. The idea behind the campaign was to have residents become tourism ambassadors.

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Association formed in Dallas JESSICA WALLACE

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A neighbourhood association has emerged in the wake of a controversial rezoning proposal in Dallas that was defeated by Kamloops council. Dennis Giesbrecht is president of the Dallas Community Association, which was formed in recent weeks and has held three meetings to date. Giesbrecht said the association launched following conversations that emerged around the Chukar Drive rezoning, a proposal to subdivide a residential lot that would have paved way for the construction of three homes on the property. The application was defeat-

ed following a heated public hearing in mid-February. Giesbrecht, who has lived in Dallas for 16 years and ran for council in 2018, said area residents organized around that rezoning application and are now looking at positive initiatives. A neighbourhood association previously existed in Dallas, Giesbrecht said, but became inactive about a decade ago due to lack of interest and paucity of volunteers. The new association has a full board and is looking for volunteers. It is planning to host community events, with the goal of getting neighbours talking to neighbours. In addition, the association is planning to lobby

the city for a dog park to be established near Dallas elementary and would like to see crime issues addressed. Giesbrecht said the association is also looking into whether residents in nearby Campbell Creek and Barnhartvale wish to join. The group recently met with the Kamloops Centre for the Arts Society. Giesbrecht said the association is taking no position on the arts centre proposal. The Dallas Community Association plans to meet once a month, with the next meeting planned for March 26. More information can be found by going online to Facebook and searching “Dallas Community Association.”

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Handful appear at arts centre meeting LATEST GATHERING WAS HELD IN WESTSYDE; REFERENDUM IS SET FOR APRIL 4 If voters on April 4 give the city permission to borrow up to $45 million to be used toward construction of an arts centre. The BC Lottery Corporation and Kamloops Sports Council are the latest two groups to endorse the bid.

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If Westsyde residents are again planning to vote against the proposed performing-arts We offer convenient centre, that sentiment was not not only the positive informaclass times Monday evident on March 5, when a tion, but the accurate informathrough Saturday for mere handful of people turned tion.” beginners. up to the Westsyde Community Development Society’s meeting ALSO OF NOTE 3WEEKS with the Kamloops Centre for • Fundraising interest: $59! JUST the Arts Society. During the presentation, the *Bring in this ad The society has been meetsociety said businesses have ing with various neighbourhood already expressed interest in associations and residents, making a financial contribution answering questions and making in attendance. tor Dennis Clare said he felt toward the proposed Kamloops *Beginners Only. *Some restrictions may apply. Expires March 15th. its pitch for a 120,000-squareSpeaking with KTW after the good about the “generally posiCentre for the Arts, should it be Kamloops’ Best Martial Arts! Teaching Black Belt Excellence Since 1997! foot arts centre downtown at the meeting, Westsyde Community tive atmosphere” of Thursday’s approved by the electorate. corner of Fourth Avenue and Development Society direcneighbourhood meeting. As for how many businesses Seymour Street before residents tor Grant McConechy said the “How well it reflects all of and how much money has been 250.314.9982 go to the polls in a referendum organization does not speak on Westsyde, I don’t think it would so far identified, the society www.tigermartialarts.ca on April 4, when voters will behalf of the entire Westsyde be easy to make a correlation would not say. decide whether to allow the community. between 12 or 15 people and “We’ve had several people city to borrow up to $45 million “All we’re doing here tonight Westsyde,” he said. come to us and say, ‘I want to toward the cost of the project. is facilitating an opportunity “What I think it speaks to make a pledge,’” MacDonald PROTECTED BY: In a 2015 referendum, the for this group to come in and is that the “No” people aren’t said. “Really, what we’re say$100,000 CDIC Insured strongest “No” vote to quash that speak with anybody that’s intercoming out for the information ing is, we are not actively doing $100,000 Assuris Insured performing-arts centre proposal ested,” McConechy said. “That’s sessions, more than anything. that right now, partially because Unlimited Credit Union Insured came from Westsyde. our role. As a society, we don’t That’s what I see. And I think to set up an entire fundraising The strongest “No” vote on take a position on it. No. 2, we there’s fewer of them. There’s a campaign before a referendum is general voting day came from a never have done any polling. We groundswell of positive vibe in putting the cart before the horse. Kamloops across the board for The other part of it is that if peo1 Year 90 Day Cashable 1.10% poll at Arthur Stevenson elemen- haven’t had one comment.” tary in Westsyde, where 69 per During the 2015 referendum, this project.” ple want to make the pledges, we DAILY cent of voters there cast ballots the fate of the pool in Westsyde Kamloops Centre for the just say to them, please express 1 YR. 2 YR. INTEREST against the proposal to grant the was a major issue among area Arts Society director James their support.” % % % city permission to borrow up to residents. Society president MacDonald said Thursday’s • Arts centre theatres and $49 million toward the cost of an Diane Kuchma told KTW that Westsyde neighbourhood turncommunity groups: Following arts centre. ultimately, the situation was out was similar to what has consultations with the arts com3 YR. 4 YR. 5 YR. Arthur Stevenson was also resolved, with the city keepbeen seen in other areas of the munity, operation of the pro% % % one of two busiest polls on ing the pool open after holding city. With few people showing posed arts centre would provide referendum day, with 1,802 balmeetings on its possible closure up to information sessions and affordable space for community Rates as of March 10, 2020 lots cast. 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Kamloops Mounties are seeking the public’s help in finding a man and woman who have been reported missing in separate files. Nathaniel Hughes, 37, was last seen on Sunday, March 8, and neither family nor friends have heard from him since. Hughes is white, stands 5-foot-10,

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The Outdoor NARRATIVE It was either cocked or uncocked — and even a dumb kid knew not to cock the gun unless you were going to shoot. The trouble came if I cocked the thing, but didn’t take a shot. In that case, I had to hold the hammer with my thumb, squeeze the trigger and gently return the hammer to the uncocked position. On this particular day — and I can remember the details more plainly than almost any other — I snuck up on a woodchuck as it poked its head out of a hole. I got close enough that I figured I could get it and I cocked the gun. But, as happened more often than not, the woodchuck ducked away. I stood and, as I had done a hundred or more times before, my thumb held the hammer as my finger eased back the trigger. Just then, my thumb slipped just a bit and the hammer fell from my finger’s grasp. It was purely an accident; the hammer’s spring was stiff and required a good deal of pressure to hold it. And in a tiny fraction of a

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second, a wad of highspeed lead pellets left my gun, narrowly missing my girlfriend. You see, I was holding the gun somewhat absentmindedly, still thinking about the woodchuck that got away. I thumbed the hammer by habit and the accident happened. In reality, the shot likely missed her by several feet. But her escape had nothing to do with me. Had the gun’s barrel been pointed a few inches more to the left, it’s possible she would have been hit and I would have had to explain to myself and to a whole lot of people what happened. The accident scared me so badly I didn’t touch the gun for weeks. Several years ago, here in B.C., I walked through the crosshairs of another man’s rifle. I was hunting deer

and was walking a snow-covered road in the pre-dawn darkness, hoping to get to my spot before the sun came up. I parked my truck a way back from where I hoped the deer would be. The snow was crusty and I cursed the noise I made. I tried walking lightly, with only my toes breaking the crust. I came around a bend and looked down the road. In the slightly brightening morning grey, I could see a truck parked about 50 metres ahead. Damn, I thought, beat out by another hunter. Then I noticed a dark shape in front of the truck and realized it was a man. He was crouched in front, his rifle up to his shoulder, the barrel pointed my way. I realized then my toe-stepping walk likely sounded somewhat like a deer’s hooves

breaking the crust. He could probably barely make out my shape as I walked, my form broken by my camouflage jacket and the background of dark trees. It seems apparent he thought I was a deer walking the road and was lining up for a shot. I yelled and, in an instant of recognition, he snapped the gun down. He stood up, halfwaved then got into his truck. It was started and he was gone in an instant. I don’t know why he vanished as fast as he did. I suspect he was scared, likely in the same way I was scared when I lost control of a load of shot almost 20 years before. Or maybe he was embarrassed. It’s clear he was violating a couple of common-sense rules of gun handling, including the one that says you should never

aim unless you’re sure of your target. I can only wonder how close the fellow was to letting loose his slug. Did his scope’s crosshairs dance across my chest? Was his finger taking up the trigger’s pressure, his mind preparing for the soon-to-follow blast and recoil? Intuition tells me I was only a finger’s twitch from eating a chunk of high-speed lead. I heard someone who is opposed to gun control recently say, “Guns don’t kill people. People kill people.” Of course, the statement’s true enough; a firearm can’t fire a shot by itself. But guns can be dangerous even when people don’t mean them to be. A gun will kill even when its bearer has no intent to be lethal. Guns are more dan-

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Rescuing the art of the repair, week by week LAWRENCE BARICHELLO’S GARAGE BECOMES A FREE FIX-IT CENTRAL EVERY WEDNESDAY NIGHT Kamloops Makerspace group. But Barichello thought that was STAFF REPORTER todd@kamloopsthisweek.com a lot of time between sessions, a time span that could unnecessarawrence Barichello ily prolong the repair process if thinks the art of home people needed to seek out parts. repair has been lost So he decided to open up his — and he is trying to own garage for weekly repair bring it back amid cafés. these disposable days They are held every Wednesday of the 21st century. at 7 p.m., assuming there is suf“My father and my grandfather ficient interest and Barichello isn’t fixed everything,” he said. out of town that week. “Your grandfather had a scrap He is working with a smaller yard in his backyard and you went space — in fact, during the winter out there, got a big sheet of steel months, he moves the repairs to and fixed something in the house. his kitchen table from his garage “And that kind of is a bit lost — so people need to register in now.” advance online at cognitoforms. Instead, he noted, people are com/minirepaircafekamloops/ more likely to throw out their broregister. ken items. Barichello also suggests anyThis is partly because many thing needing repairs should be small enough to carry under one’s arm, but he’s willing to make house calls and help with larger projects that people might have. Do you have an item you need Teresa Lomax is one help repairing? Go online to Kamloopsians who cognitoforms.com/minirepair has taken advantage of cafekamloops/regsiter Barichello’s service and has had the opportunity to get hands-on help with products are designed to be more repairing her sewing machine. difficult to repair, sometimes “The thing with Lawrence’s including parts that require prolittle café is you don’t simply drop prietary tools to remove, but it’s it off,” she said. also because people have simply “It’s a totally interactive thing. gotten out of the habit of do-itYou don’t go and expect him to yourself repair or have never tried fix it and leave with it. You are to mend something on their own. involved and, in fact, he makes “My dad fixed things and I just you do the work with his guidsaw things being fixed around the ance.” house,” Barichello said. The best part, she said, is that “And I think that it’s like having it’s free. a dog when you’re a kid. You’re not “I want to keep it free,” afraid of dogs, you know. I just was Barichello said. “I think that when never afraid to grab a screwdriver you introduce money, you introor saw.” duce complications.” But there are opportunities for For Barichello, it’s enough of people to overcome that fear and a reward to know he has helped pick up a screwdriver for the first bring new life to someone’s time by taking part in a Repair older — and maybe sentimental Café. — items and teach them to get Local repair cafés are preover their fear of doing their own sented every three months by the repairs. TODD SULLIVAN

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SUN SPEECH Dr. Ken Tapping from the Dominion Radio Astrophysical Observatory will speak at Wednesday’s meeting of the Kamloops Astronomical Society.

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BRIEFS Tapping’s presentation is called What’s Up with the Sun? The meeting will be held at 7 p.m. in room 105 of the International Building at Thompson Rivers University. KIDNEY KINSHIP The Kamloops Kidney Support Group meets on the second Wednesday and the second Saturday of every month. The next gatherings will be held on Wednesday at 10 a.m. and this Saturday at 9 a.m., with both meetings at the Chances

Casino’s Barside Lounge and Grill 1250 Halston Ave. in Brocklehurst. SEEDY SATURDAY The annual Kamloops Seedy Saturday event will take place this Saturday at the OLPH Parish Centre, 635 Tranquille Rd. in North Kamloops. The event will feature a local seed swap, seed and plant vendors, agricultural vendors, natural food and product artisans and ecologically minded community groups. The focus is on sustainability and anything to do with gardening. For more details, go online to Facebook and search “Kamloops Seedy Saturday.”


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KTW’s periodic check-in with city businesses Here is the latest in KTW’s occasional update on business movement in the Tournament Capital: MORE INK ON NORTH SHORE Bigfoot Tattoo has opened in North Kamloops, at Tranquille Road and Yew Street, next to Red Beard Cafe. Bigfoot is owned and managed by Clay Walker and his partner Lori Blunden, with Kevyn Harper tattooing and Kelly Wright apprenticing under Clay. Walker apprenticed under Tania Hennigar and he has been tattooing in Kamloops since 2009. As a self-taught artist Walker began drawing and painting at a young age, referencing the natural world for inspiration. Realism is a strong point in his art and he tends to use that technique in custom pieces. Harper trained under Canadian legend Tom Coles. Under an oldschool apprenticeship, he became versed in all styles of tattooing. Wright is an experienced mural artist whose creations can be seen downtown and on the North Shore. Wright is learning the trade as an apprentice to Walker. The shop is online at bigfoottattoos.ca. RED SWAN PIZZA Red Swan Pizza, a chain headquartered in Saskatoon, has officially opened in North Kamloops, next to M&M Meats at 2-724 Sydney Ave. The spot is Red Swan’s first location in B.C. The Canadian chain has other locations in Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba and Ontario. PASSEK’S CLASSICS The German eatery is leaving its longtime home at 120 Third Ave. downtown for a spot on Victoria Street currently occupied by Terra Restaurant. Passek’s Classics will also be opening a bakery in its new space. Owner Susan Gill Passek said they plan to open the new restaurant/ bakery by June 1, with an extension of dinner service from three nights a week and the bakery open seven

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days a week. She said her husband, Harry, loves to bake and, with a larger kitchen area in the new space, it seemed like a natural expansion of the business. Passek said they always wanted to be located along Victoria Street, but didn’t want to be too far away from where they built their business over the last 10 years. The Passeks are trying to sell their current turnkey restaurant on Third Avenue and will likely run both locations if it hasn’t sold by the spring. TERRA RESTAURANT The upscale eatery will close its doors on April 26 when its lease expires at 326 Victoria St. The fine dining restaurant announced the closure via Facebook video, thanking its supporters over the past eight-and-a-half years. Owner David Tombs said he is looking for another space in Kamloops for the restaurant. ORONGE BOARD SHOP The board shop downtown will closing its location at 257 Victoria St. at the end of April. A Facebook post stated the owners are moving on in other directions. The business sells an assortment of snowboarding. skateboarding and wakeboarding equipment. If you know of a Kamloops business that is opening, closing or relocating, email the details to editor@ kamloopsthisweek.com.

DAVE EAGLES/KTW Eight months after purchasing Lansdowne Village in downtown Kamloops, the Jim Pattison Group is for now maintaining business as usual.

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The Jim Pattison Group has no immediate plans to make changes to Lansdowne Village after purchasing the shopping centre last summer. Tania Cerantola, real estate manager for Jim Pattison Developments, said the company purchased the property from KingSett Capital last August in part because it houses a SaveOn-Foods — a Pattison-owned grocery store chain. “We will look at assets and

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Tim Hortons no longer rolling up the rim due to coronavirus WHAT IS COVID-19? Coronaviruses are a large family of viruses. They can cause diseases ranging from the common cold to more severe diseases such as Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) and Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS-CoV). Some transmit easily from person to person while others do not. COVID-19 is a new disease that has not been previously identified in humans.

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Tim Hortons is getting rid of Roll Up The Rim cups due to the novel coronavirus outbreak and is moving much of the annual contest to its app. The coffee-and-doughnut chain is removing all of the contest’s paper cups over health concerns around staff handling items recently gripped and sipped by customers returning them for prizes. Tim Hortons does not identify COVID-19 as the catalyst, but in a release stated, “the current public health environment” means “Tim Hortons does not believe it’s the right time for team members in our restaurants to collect rolled up tabs that have been in people’s mouths during this current public health environment.” The company said it will redistribute all $30 million worth of prizes to restaurant giveaways and a digital contest. Tim Hortons and McDonald’s Canada became the latest coffee purveyors to stop accepting reusable mugs brought in by customers amid concerns about the COVID-19 epidemic, with the number of confirmed cases in Canada rising to 62 as of Monday.

The temporary move followed similar decisions by Starbucks and The Second Cup Ltd. , while Costco has reportedly suspended its popular free food sampling stations amid the outbreak. As of March 9, according to the World Health Organization, there have been 109,577 confirmed cases of COVID-19 worldwide, with 80,904 cases in China and 28,673 cases in 104 other countries, including Canada, with 62 cases. There have been 3,584 deaths — 3,123 deaths in China and 686 deaths elsewhere, including one in Canada.

WHAT ARE THE SYMPTOMS? Those with COVID-19 may have little to no symptoms. You may not know you have symptoms of COVID-19 because they are similar to a cold or flu. Symptoms may take up to 14 days to appear after exposure to COVID-19. Symptoms have included: • fever • cough • difficulty breathing • pneumonia in both lungs In severe cases, infection can lead to death. For more on the coronavirus outbreak, go online to kamloops thisweek.com.

City building boom continues JESSICA WALLACE STAFF REPORTER jessica@kamloopsthisweek.com

The building boom in Kamloops continues. City statistics show the value of building permits issued in February was far greater than the value of permits issued during the same month a year ago. And, coming off a third consecutive record-breaking building year in Kamloops — in 2019, the city issued $288.3 million worth of building permits. In 2018, it issued $285 million and, in 2017, it issued $224 million — those numbers are not expected to slow any time soon. According to the latest building permit report, the city issued $10.3 million worth of building permits in February, compared to $6.5 million in the same month last year. According to the city’s development manager, Jason Dixon, that increase was driven by industrial and site servicing for two big projects. An industrial permit worth $1.9 was issued last month for Canadian Linen in Dallas. In addition, a $1-million site-servicing permit was issued for Valleyview secondary. “That is to prep for the addition to Valleyview secondary school,” Dixon said of the school’s $34-million expansion. “They’re going to do some parking lot, some earth work, some drainage work, some retaining walls.” Dixon said the city is working on a permit on the actual building, which may be issued by the end of the month. Other permits to come include for the patient-care tower at Royal Inland Hospital, for a seniors housing project on Seventh Street in North Kamloops and for expansion of The Residence in Orchard’s Walk in Valleyview. “It’s looking like it’s going to be a pretty busy year,” he said. Through the end of March, the city issued 215 permits worth $29.7 million, compared to 151 permits worth $15,9 million issued during the same three months last year.

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heriff Matt Dunstone and his deputies commiserated on Sunday night, but no Kingston saloon serves cactus wine capable of curing Brier blues. “To be that close is heartbreaking and it’s going to sting for a long time,” Team Saskatchewan third Braeden Moskowy told KTW on Monday, with his posse on the dusty trail home, perhaps in need of a Prairie oyster. “It’s probably something you never do quite get over until you maybe win one. Hopefully, that day is sooner rather than later for us.” Kamloops resident Matt Dunstone skipped Saskatchewan to bronze at the men’s national curling championship. The team includes Moskowy, lead Dustin (Deuce) Kidby and second Catlin Schneider, Tombstone epitaph: Here lies The Sheriff, gunned down by the Gushue Gang. Newfoundland and Labrador, which earned a 7-6 last-rock victory over Dunstone in the Brier semifinal on Sunday morning, vanquished Brendan Bottcher and Alberta 7-3 a few hours later to lift the Tankard. “It absolutely hurts like hell, but last night [Sunday] I feel like we had a good celebration and it was nice to be able to be together in a moment we should be proud of,” Dunstone said. “We made sure we had a little bit of fun, I’ll put it that way.” (Curling’s lawmen were in the right city — it’s $2.50 for a high ball and a buck and a half for a beer.) The origins of Dunstone’s nickname are hangover hazy. “You know, I don’t know where The Sheriff nickname came from, actually, but somewhere along tour this year, he was just making a ton of shots and running the show and someone just nicknamed him The Sheriff,” said Moskowy, whose rink topped the podium at a Grand Slam event in October in North Bay, Ont. “Just like he did this week. He

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put on a hell of a show, it was a hell of a lot of fun and something I’m going to remember for the rest of my life, that’s for sure.” Nomad Dunstone — a 24-yearold Winnipegger Kamloopsian who curls with Reginians — received little press and fanfare in the lead-up to the Brier. Nobody, or at least very few, in Manitoba or Saskatchewan got their dander up trying to claim the import skip as their own. After what he did last week, that shiny, star-shaped badge on his chest doubles as a Prairie passport. “He’s Saskatchewan’s adopted son now,” Moskowy said. Dunstone, formerly one letter

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shy of passing his River City residency exam — “It’s safe to say I’m a, what is it, a Kamloopian?” — earned an honourary S last week. He’s our Wyatt Earp, too. Highlight-reel throws — Team B.C. epitaph: Fatally wounded by stone-cold Sheriff’s four-ball shotgun — and vigorous fistpump celebrations endeared him to folks across the country, as did his emotional press conference after his last stand against Brad Gushue, a bucket-of-blood shootout. Tears, caught by TSN cameras and clamouring curling scribes, rolled down his face. “It’s tough,” Dunstone said, his voice cracking. “You come

so close. Woke up this morning thinking we are going to be Brier champions, so ... You get a taste of it and you wish it was happening again tomorrow. We have it in us to be Brier champions. There is no doubt about that.” His assassin agrees. “He’s gonna have lots of opportunities to do this,” Gushue, an Olympic gold medallist and twotime Brier champion, told the Winnipeg Sun. “There’s no doubt in my mind he is going to win a Brier and probably multiple Briers over the course of his career. He’s that good.” Saskatchewan’s most recent Tankard triumph came in 1980, when Rick Folk skipped his

team to gold in Calgary. The swashbuckling underdogs fell shy of snapping the 40-year slump in 2020, but their top officer left his mark last Tuesday. He became the 10th last-rock thrower in Brier history to record a perfect game and the first Team Saskatchewan skip to accomplish the feat. Dunstone is the first skip to throw two perfect games in the same day at the Brier, curling at 100 per cent and dispatching two of the world’s best — John Epping (Ontario) and Kevin Koe (Canada). “We were a few inches away from beating what turned out to be the Brier champs,” Moskowy said. “The closer you get to the ultimate prize, the more it hurts. You can see the Tankard sitting there. But, ultimately, we’ll be proud of the run we made, a third-place finish in what was, as far as I’m concerned, the best Brier field of all time.” Sobering sarsaparillas and brown gargle, six-shooter brew, will help clear the fog of failure, along with wise words from Team Dunstone whisperer Adam Kingsbury, the rink’s trusty head coach. The Sheriff’s happy hour is on the verge. “It’s a tough pill to swallow,” Dunstone said. “You come so close and you want to finish the job off. We thought we had it in us and we were very close. We can be proud of that. We’re only going to get stronger from it.”

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The Kamloops Blazers are B.C. Division champions for the first time since 2011-2012. Kamloops clinched the division title with an 8-1 victory over Tri-City on Saturday in Kennewick, Wash., and won the rematch against the host Ams 6-1 on Sunday. The Blazers, who doubled the Lethbridge Hurricanes 6-3 on Friday in Kamloops, had 86 points after 62 games. In 2011-2012, Kamloops racked up 99 points in 72 games. General manager Matt Bardsley said the feat is a milestone on the way to bigger things. “Everyone’s involved,” said Bardsley, who was hired in June of 2018. “Our attendance has been really good, fan support has been really good, the marketing side has been great, sponsorships, everything has been real positive. “As B.C. Division champions, certainly, the on-ice product, we

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have to do our part, but as a whole organization, it’s a testament to what everybody is doing.” Blazers’ staff made sure the accomplishment was recognized during a Monday morning meeting on Mark Recchi Way, with the team on the road preparing for the Spokane Chiefs. “That was the first topic we discussed,” said Bardsley, whose Blazers have five contests remaining on their 68-game regular-season slate. “But we have bigger goals. We’re focused on what’s next.” The Chiefs played host to the Blazers after KTW’s press deadline

on Tuesday. Find the result online at kamloopsthisweek.com. Kamloops will host Round 1 playoff games on Friday, March 27, and Saturday, March 28, with their opponent still to be determined. Game time is 7 p.m. both night at Sandman Centre. B.C. Division standings as of Monday: Kamloops (86 points), Vancouver (70 points), Victoria (70 points), Kelowna (64 points) and Prince George (48 points). ZARY HONOURED Connor Zary is the WHL on the Run Player

of the Week for the period ending Sunday, March 8. The Kamloops Blazers’ forward had four goals and nine points in four games, helping his club extend its winning streak to six games. Zary, an 18-yearold left shot from Saskatoon, has 86 points, including 38 goals, in 56 games, leaving him fifth overall in WHL scoring, tied for fifth in goals and 12th in assists, with 48 helpers. Zary is eligible for the 2020 NHL Draft and some pundits predict he will be taken in Round 1.

Barker gets lifetime achievement award Dianne Barker of Kamloops will receive the Sport BC Daryl Thompson Lifetime Achievement Award during an awards ceremony on Thursday in Vancouver. Longtime curling official Barker has been a fixture at major events, including many world championships and at Olympic Games in Vancouver, Sochi and Pyeongchang. “For over three decades, our Daryl Thompson Lifetime Achievement Award recipient Dianne Barker has truly made a difference in the sport of curling, within our province and beyond,” Sport BC president and CEO Rob Newman said. The award is presented to an individual who has contributed time in an extraordinary way to sport over a long period of time and/or has made a major contribution to amateur sport in the province. “I am humbled and hon-

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High school curlers best in B.C. Two Kamloops teams won gold at the B.C. High School Curling Provincial Championships on the weekend in Lake Country. The Westsyde secondary boys and South Kamloops secondary girls were undefeated in their respective tournaments, posting 7-0 records. Representing Westsyde were Bryan Yamada, Zander Landygo, Nolan Bottineau and Daniel Griffiths, along with coach Bryan Yamada and teacher sponsor Kendra Hallstrom. The South Kamloops rink includes Holly Hafeli, Jorja Kopytko, Natasha Olmstead and Natalie Hafeli, along with coach Brad Epp. Back-to-back champion Westsyde knocked off Riverside of Port Coquitlam 8-4 in the gold-medal game. South Kam topped Sands of Delta 6-4 in the title tilt.

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Cougars ravage WolfPack to snare bronze The Mount Royal Cougars carved the TRU WolfPack in their women’s volleyball Canada West bronze medal match on Friday in Calgary. Mount Royal swept TRU in the winner-take-all match, feeding off of a raucous home crowd to win 25-21, 25-16 and 25-12. The Cougars, who were 21-3 in the regular season, will play in the U Sports Women’s Volleyball Championship this week in Calgary.

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Kamloops Skating Club athletes were in action at the Super Series Starskate Final competition last weekend in Kelowna. Victoria Warner earned a silver medal for her short program performance in the Star 7 Division and placed fourth in long program in Star 6. Kaia Trenholm placed fourth in the 13-and-under Star 4 category. Mackenzie Bellows, Jayda Sangha, Annabelle Garrioch and Mikayla Kelly earned silver assessments in their respective divisions. CHEER WORTHY Team Black, a TRU WolfPack cheerleading squad, will compete at the 2021 University World Cup Cheerleading Championships in Orlando.

Mackenzie Bellows in action in January in Kamloops. ALLEN DOUGLAS/KTW FILE

The team earned an at-large bid on Sunday at the provincial championships in Vancouver. “This is a massive accomplishment for us,” WolfPack cheer-

leading head coach Meaghan Blakely said. The Victoria Vikes earned a full-paid bid to worlds on the weekend at provincials, while UBC earned an at-large bid.

Team Orange of TRU was also in action on the weekend. Team Black placed fifth last year in the All Girl Premier Division at the world championships.

Tournament Capital Sports

BRIEFS

Athletes talk coronavirus locker-room rules CANADIAN PRESS

Morgan Rielly is simply following instructions. The Toronto Maple Leafs’ defenceman is not about to argue with a decision by four North American professional leagues to keep reporters and others out of locker rooms. “It’s not our call,” Rielly said on Tuesday in a press-conference room after the Leafs’ morning skate at Scotiabank Arena. “We didn’t go to [the team] and ask for it. That’s what we were told and that’s what [the team has] been told. It’s really not up to us, so it makes no difference to me. I just do what I’m told to

prevent any kind of situation.’’ The NBA, NHL, Major League Baseball and Major League Soccer jointly announced on Monday they are closing access to locker rooms and clubhouses to all non-essential personnel, including media, in response to the coronavirus crisis. While it is unusual to see four North American leagues make a united decision, other sporting events have gone further in taking coronavirus precautions. The top hockey leagues in Germany and Austria announced this week they are ending their seasons, while other events overseas have been played without fans. This could happen with the San

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Jose Sharks when they return from a road trip next week as the county where their arena is located has banned large gatherings. Ohio also recommended no spectators for indoor sports events on Tuesday, which could affect the Columbus Blue Jackets. Toronto FC coach Greg Vanney said he understands why there have been some concerns raised by media about the locker-room rule. “I get it. I think the media, for us, is obviously important and making sure that we have this ability to communicate back and forth is important,’’ he said. “But I understand that the idea of trying to limit some of the interaction.”

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WEEKLY CROSSWORDS

CLUES ACROSS 1. Yields Manila hemp 6. A type of gin 10. Japanese ankle sock 14. Swiss city 15. Applied to 17. Achievements 19. Japanese title 20. Possesses 21. Belgian city 22. Child 23. Great delight 24. Petty quarrel 26. Gathered 29. Zoroastrian concept of holy fire 31. Path 32. Legendary hoops coach Riley 34. A citizen of Denmark 35. Flat 37. Upper-class young women 38. Payment (abbr.) 39. Distort

40. Affirmative! (slang) 41. One who has a child 43. Without 45. Workplace safety agency 46. Political action committee 47. Period of plant and animal life 49. Swiss river 50. Sino-Soviet block (abbr.) 53. State of being kept secret 57. Hobbies 58. One-time Korean ruler 59. Sudden attack 60. Born of 61. Assists

CLUES DOWN 1. Ancient Greek sophist 2. Famed composer 3. Spore-bearing fungi cells 4. Chief executive officer 5. Defunct Syrian political party 6. Thin wood 7. Polynesian garlands 8. Fluid replacement (abbr.) 9. Flammable hydrocarbon gas 10. Multi-leveled 11. Influential diarist 12. Gambles 13. Many subconsciousnesses 16. Current unit 18. Illumination unit 22. Tantalum 23. Steps leading down to a river 24. Kids love him 25. Before 27. Fencing swords 28. Mountain range in China

29. Payroll company 30. A way to pack together 31. Business designation 33. Thyroid-stimulating hormone (abbr.) 35. Forage fish 36. Greek temple pillars 37. Internet mgmt. company 39. Rouse oneself 42. In a way, covered 43. Elaborate silk garment 44. Cooling unit 46. Riley and O’Brien are two 47. __ fide: genuine 48. Ancient Incan sun god 49. Poker stake 50. Trigonometric function 51. Interesting tidbit 52. Adieus 53. U.S. Treasury position 54. Midway between east and southeast 55. Doctors’ group 56. Women’s __ movement

CROSSWORD ANSWERS FOUND ON A26

SUDOKU

MIND BENDER

FUN BY THE NUMBERS

Sudoku puzzles are formatted as a 9x9 grid, broken down into nine 3x3 boxes. To solve a sudoku, the numbers 1 through 9 must fill each row, column and box. Each number can appear only once in each row, column and box. You can figure out the order in which the numbers will appear by using the numeric clues already provided in the boxes. The more numbers you name, the easier it gets to solve the puzzle!

RISE WITH THE TIDE

A ship anchored in a port has a ladder which hangs over the side. The length of the ladder is 200cm, the distance between each rung in 20cm and the bottom rung touches the water. The tide rises at a rate of 10cm an hour. When will the water reach the fifth rung?

ANSWERS

Answer to last week’s AGE IS JUST A NUMBER puzzle Beth was three times Jackie’s age 41 years ago, when Sally was 13 and Beth was 39.

WEEKLY HOROSCOPES

ARIES - Mar 21/Apr 20

This week should begin with seemingly little activity, Aries. But like an iceberg, much is hidden beneath the surface ready to be exposed when the time comes.

TAURUS - Apr 21/May 21 Taurus, there is no need to take everything on this week, Taurus. Focus on small details to keep yourself occupied and engaged for some time to come.

GEMINI - May 22/Jun 21 Gemini, you have unique goals and ambitions. Do not let others’ preconceived notions get in your way. Stay the course and reap the rewards of your hard work.

CANCER - Jun 22/Jul 22

Think long and hard about what you have to say before you start sharing your opinions, Cancer. It is hard to retract statements, so choose your comments wisely.

LEO - Jul 23/Aug 23 Move outside of your comfort zone this week, Leo. Doing so can be especially valuable as you embark on a new path that you believe will help you in the future.

VIRGO - Aug 24/Sept 22 Virgo, skip any shortcuts this week, however tempting they may be, because they’ll only cost you more time in the long run. Invest the time up front and you’ll be rewarded.

MARCH 11 - MARCH 17, 2020 LIBRA

- Sept 23/Oct 23 Libra, some time off in the days ahead provides a great opportunity for some relaxation and reflection. Make the most of this free time and form a plan for the future.

SCORPIO

- Oct 24/Nov 22 Scorpio, your social schedule has been busy of late, and the roller coaster ride does not figure to end anytime soon. Take some time for yourself to get away for a few days.

SAGITTARIUS - Nov 23/Dec 21

CAPRICORN - Dec 22/Jan20 Some powerful people have taken notice of your efforts, Capricorn. Your hard work may be paying dividends before you know it. Expect to see more of these people soon.

AQUARIUS - Jan 21/Feb 18 Aquarius, it is alright to share your latest successes with close friends or family and perhaps shout it to an even wider audience. You are modest about much of what you do.

PISCES

Sagittarius, an influential person may come into your life this week and make some big changes to your perceptions about the future. It may be an exciting time.

- Feb 19/Mar 20 Your brain is currently wired to make topnotch business deals, Pisces. Put all other plans on hold for the time being.

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CLASSIFIEDS Phone: 250-371-4949

INDEX

LISTINGS Announcements . . . . 001-099 Employment . . . . . . . . .100-165 Service Guide . . . . . . . 170-399 Pets/Farm . . . . . . . . . . .450-499 For Sale/Wanted. . . . .500-599 Real Estate . . . . . . . . . .600-699 Rentals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 700-799 Automotive . . . . . . . . . . 800-915 Legal Notices . . . . . . 920-1000

REGULAR RATES

RUN UNTIL SOLD

RUN UNTIL RENTED

GARAGE SALE

WEDNESDAY ISSUES • 10:00 am Tuesday

1 Week. . . . . . . . . $2500 1 Month . . . . . . . . $8000 ADD COLOUR. . $2500 to your classified add

No Businesses, Based on 3 lines Houses, condos, duplexes, suites, etc. (3 months max) $ 5300 Add an extra line to your ad for $10

$

FRIDAY ISSUES • 10:00 am Thursday

No Businesses, Based on 3 lines Merchandise, vehicles, trailers, RV’s, boats, ATV’s, furniture, etc.

1 Issue . . . . . . . . . $1300

ALL ADS MUST BE PREPAID. No refunds on classified ads.

Tax not included

Pets

Advertisements should be read on the first publication day. We are not responsible for errors appearing beyond the first insertion. It is agreed by any Display or Classified Advertiser requesting space that the liability of the paper in the event that errors occur in the publishing of any advertising shall be limited to the amount paid by the advertiser for the portion of the advertising space occupied by the incorrect item only and there will be no liability in any event beyond the amount paid for such advertisement.

1948 Ferguson rebuilt motor & extra parts has a util. snow blade & chains mostly original $2,500. 250-374-8285.

Animals sold as “purebred stock” must be registrable in compliance with the Canadian Pedigree Act.

5th wheel hitch $200. 250374-8285.

Health

6hp Evinrude O/B motor. $600. 70 CFM air compressor. $750. 250-574-3794.

Deliver Kamloops this Week

go to

kamloopsthisweek.com and click on the menu and go to events to submit your event.

Butcher-Boy commercial meat grinder 3-hp. 220 volt. c/w attachments. $1300. 250318-2030. Do you have an item for sale under $750? Did you know that you can place your item in our classifieds for one week for FREE?

Call our Classified Department for details! 250-371-4949

WE will pay you to exercise!

Only 2 issues a week!

Call 250-374-0462 for a route near you!

Apartments/Condos for Rent Downtown 2br, 830sq/ft. NPNS/in-unit lndry/Gas HW incl. 45+. $1250. 778-8751268.

Basement Suites

Satellite phone Model Iridium 9505A handset w/attachments. $1300. 250-374-0650.

Aberdeen 1bdrm +den. Priv entr., F/S, W/D, near bus. $1300/mo. 250-372-3638.

Furniture

Aberdeen 2bdrm daylight. W/D, NS/NP. $1,000/mo. util incld. 250-372-2482.

6 drawer Walnut dresser w/ mirror & matching double bed exc cond $150. 250-374-7514.

2 Days Per Week Call 250-374-0462

Personals

ROLL ENDS AVAILABLE $5-$10/ ROLL 1365 B Dalhousie Drive, Kamloops, BC call for availability 250-374-7467 8ft Antique Couch Couch & matching $200. 250-374-1541.

$900. chairs

Diningroom table w/8-chairs, c/w Buffet and Hutch. Med Colour. $850. 250-374-8933. Looking For Love? Try your luck with 1x1 boxed ad $35 plus tax for 2 weeks. Price includes box number. Call 250-371-4949 to place your ad and for more details.

Farm Equipment Case Collector Tractor only 1950s. $400. 250-819-9712, 250-672-9712.

Solid oval oak table w/6side chairs, 2 arms chairs, buffet. $5,000. Exec desk dark finish $200. Teak corner cabinet $100. Treadmill $450, Custom oak cabinet $200. 250-8517687.

Garage Sales

N/Kam sep entr, 2bdrms, C/A, patio, Shared hydro, ref’s. $950/mo. 250-376-0633.

For Sale - Misc Greeting cards made in England each cellophane wrapped 90,000 for $17,000 (250) 376-6607 Lithonia Lighting 24” striplight complete still in box never used. $25/obo. 250-376-6607.

3500

Tax not included Some restrictions apply

Scheduled for one month at a time. Customer must call to reschedule. Tax not included. Some restrictions apply

Commercial

COMMERCIAL SPACE FOR LEASE Prime downtown commercial space for lease on the second floor of the 418 St. Paul Street Professional Building. We have approximately 1025 square feet available with common use of an outdoor atrium. Option to customize the space according to the needs and requirements of your business. Ideal space for: • dentist • chiropractor • physiotherapist • massage therapist Send enquiries to lmartin@martinlawyers.ca or contact Lesra at 250-828-6175

To advertise in the Classifeds call

For Sale by Owner

CHOOSE LOCAL

Scotch Pine trees smaller ponderosa in pots 2ft (50) $20 each obo 250-376-6607

“Our Family Protecting Your Family”

Cash for gold and silver! Also buying coin collections, old money old jewelry Contact Todd 1-250-864-3521.

1 Month . . . $10460

Tax not included

Tax not included

Farm Services

PRESTIGE LOCAL ALARM MONITORING STATION KAMLOOPS ONLY ULC CERTIFIED MONITORING STATION

FREE ESTIMATES FOR SYSTEM UPGRADES OR SWITCH-OVERS

House-sitting Peace of mind house sitting and pet care. Keep your house and pets safe while your away. 250-374-6007.

Rooms Valleyview furnished 1bdrm bsmnt. N/S, fragrance free. $550 inclds util. 250-828-1681.

LIVE ANSWER | EFFICIENT COST EFFECTIVE | LOCAL COMPANY

Wanted To Rent

10-989 McGill Pl. Kamloops

Wanted 1or 2bdrm suite at RiverBend for senior lady. 250-571-8741 lvg message.

250-374-0916

Farm Services

SHAVINGS & SAWDUST 10 TO 150 YARD LOADS BARK MULCH FIR OR CEDAR

- Regular & Screened Sizes -

REIMER’S FARM SERVICE

250-838-0111 Landscaping

Renos & Home Improvement

PETER’S YARD SERVICE Time to Prune your fruit trees. Tree pruning or removal Hedge Trimming Yard clean-up, Landscaping

For Sale by Owner $55.00 Special The special includes a 1x1.5 ad (including photo) that will run for one week (two editions) in Kamloops This Week. Our award winning paper is delivered to over 30,000 homes in Kamloops and area every Wednesday and Friday. Call or email us for more info: 250-374-7467 classifieds@ kamloopsthisweek.com

Scrap Car Removal

Misc Home Services JA ENTERPRISES Furniture Moving and Rubbish Removal jaenterpriseskam@gmail.com 778-257-4943

Security

CHOOSE LOCAL “Our Family Protecting Your Family”

PRESTIGE LOCAL ALARM MONITORING STATION KAMLOOPS ONLY ULC CERTIFIED MONITORING STATION

FREE ESTIMATES FOR SYSTEM UPGRADES OR SWITCH-OVERS LIVE ANSWER | EFFICIENT COST EFFECTIVE | LOCAL COMPANY

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Plants/Shrubs/Trees

Wanted

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Sports Equipment

• 2 large Garage Sale Signs • Instructions • FREE 6” Sub compliments of

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Grassbusters Lawn and Yard Care. Now booking for the 2020 season. 250-319-9340.

SAHALI Moving Sale. Saturday, March 14th. 8:30am-3:00pm. 1846 Breakenridge Court.

Arc Solomon snowboard w/bindings $325. 250-5787776.

12 Friday - 3 lines or less 1750 Wed/Fri - 3 lines or less

Based on 3 lines 1 Issue.. . . . . . $1638 1 Week. . . . . . $3150

Lawn & Garden

Commercial

Ideal uses include: pharmacy, medical, health and wellness, wealth management, insurance, travel services, food services and entertainment. For more information, please contact: Doug Basarowich Email: doug.basarowich@cushwake.com Phone: (778) 233-6929

EMPLOYMENT

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Licensed & Certified 250-572-0753

250-371-4949

LEASING OPPORTUNITIES IN REGIONAL SHOPPING CENTRE Aberdeen Mall is undergoing major renovations, and there are exciting opportunities for business owners and entrepreneurs to relocate to Kamloops’ regional shopping centre and community hub. New national tenants are opening soon, including a grocery store which will further increase foot traffic to the mall.

Art & Collectibles BUYING & SELLING: Vintage & mid-century metal, teak, wood furniture; original signed paintings, prints; antique paper items, local history ephemera; BC pottery, ceramics. 4th Meridian Art & Vintage, 104 1475 Fairview, Penticton. Leanne@4thmeridian.ca

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Commercial

Commercial PERFECT Part-Time Opportunity

Email: classifieds@kamloopsthisweek.com

Based on 3 lines

For Sale - Misc

COMMUNITY CALENDAR

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DEADLINES

Coming Events

If you have an upcoming event for our

Fax: 250-374-1033

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Street Services

Classes & Courses AAA - Pal & Core

courses mid-week & weekends. NEW - Intro to Reloading & Bear Aware courses on demand. For schedules see www.pal-core-ed.com or 778-470-3030 HUNTER & FIREARMS Courses. A Great Gift. Next C.O.R.E. March 21st and 22nd. Saturday and Sunday. P.A.L. March 29th, Sunday. Professional outdoorsman & Master Instructor: Bill 250376-7970

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Street Services

Street Services

STREET SWEEPING • Stratas • Commercial • Residential

Call Mark Bradley

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Domestic Cars

Employment

Employment

Employment

Employment

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Employment

17’ Aerolite Trailer like new, slide out, stabilizer bars. $9,900 (250) 372-5033 1972 Triple E motor home 25’ 77,000miles 402 Chev lots of extras $7,000 250-523-9495 2004 Cougar 5th wheel. 12ft slide. Excellent cond. $14,000/obo. 250-554-1744. 2006 Dodge 2500 4x4 HD. w/1994 11ft. camper. $14,500/both. 778-220-7372. 2014 Adventurer Camper 89RB solar 13’ awning + extras $22,000 250-523-9495.

2013 Lincoln MKZ AWD 67,000 kmS White w/blk leather 4 DR SDN V6 Panoramic Sunroof $17,820 250-319-8784

RUN UNTIL SOLD ONLY $35.00 (plus Tax) (250) 371-4949 *some restrictions apply call for details

Sports & Imports

Run until sold New Price $56.00+tax Do you have a vehicle, boat, rv, motorcycle, ATV 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)

Call: 250-371-4949 *Some conditions & restrictions apply. Private party only (no businesses).

2006 Nissan X-Trail AWD. Auto, winters & all season off rims. $2,000/obo. 573-1215.

Sport Utilities & 4x4’s 2000 Chev Tahoe. 257,000kms. Repairs done $5,000. Asking $5,250. 1-250395-2233. 2002 Ford Escape, auto. Exec body. Mechanic special. $700. 250-819-9712, 250-672-9712.

Trucks & Vans 1996 GMC Suburban 4x4 good shape runs great $2750obo Call (250) 571-2107

Automotive Tires 4-Blizzaks M&S 245/45 R20 $600. 2-Laufenn 235/75 R15 winters on GM rims. $200. 376-6482. Set of 4 Alloy GM rims bolt pattern 5-100 fits Cavalier & other Chevy’s $80 Firm. Don 250-312-1777.

2014 Ford Platinum 4x4 Crew-cab 3.5 Ecoboost, white with brown leather, Fully Loaded. Immaculate. 142,000kms. $27,323. 250-319-8784

ATV’s / Dirt Bikes

Trucks 4WD

Yamaha Grizzly ATV. KMS 011031 $3,500. 250-579-3252

2002 Ford Ranger 4X4. Motor tight. Needs tranny work. $2500/obo. 250-376-5416.

Motorcycles

Term Equipment Operator II Position Applications will be received by the undersigned until March 27, 2020 for the term position of Term Equipment Operator II. This temporary position will be for a 5month term. The temporary Equipment Operator II is required to operate all Class II Equipment as well as conduct operations in all facets of Public Works Department duties including parks maintenance, road and sidewalk maintenance, fence line repairs, water and sewer system maintenance, general facility and equipment cleanup, and other duties as from time to time assigned. Job Qualifications: Grade XII or equivalent, Class 5 BC Driver’s License, ability to work productively with minimal supervision, good mechanical aptitude. This term position is 40 hours per week (Monday to Friday 7:00am – 3:30pm). The 2019 wage rate for this position as per CUPE Local 900 Collective Agreement is $30.66 per hour. Anticipated start date is between April 29, 2020 and May 6, 2020. For further details on this position and qualifications, please contact the undersigned below (email preferred). A job description is available on our website at: http://www.loganlake.ca/career-opportunities

Jeff Carter, Director of Public Works and Recreation, District of Logan Lake, Employment Employment In Memoriam PO Box 190 | Logan Lake BC, V0K1W0 jcarter@loganlake.ca

PAUL & COMPANY

P: 250-523-2755

LAWYERS • Mediators • Arbitrators

Paul & Company is a well-established full-service law firm located in downtown Kamloops. Our STUDENT EMPLOYMENT 2020 SUMMER practice areas include family law, personal injury law, criminal law, mediation, and wills and estates.

The District of Logan Lake is now accepting resumes for summer employment for the Visitor Info Centre, Municipal Campground and Parks.

We are looking for a hard-working lawyer with

Employment will commence May 4, 2020 and continue to September 4, 2020. Eligibility will be based on the at leaststandards: 2 years of experience to join our team of following

lawyers. The successful applicant will have initiative,

 Registered as a student in the previous academic year; creativity, Be a student a secondary, post-secondary, vocational technical program but not attending full-time classes andin strong writing, analytical and advocacy while employed; skills. We offer competitive salary with benefits  Intends to return to school on a full-time basis during the next academic year; andBeongoing between 16mentorship and 30 years of in age;an inclusive; environment that  Must be a Canadian citizen; quality work, development emphasizes Not hold another full-time (30 orprofessional more hours) summer job; and  Able to start May 4, 2020 preferred.

and training, community involvement, and work life Please forward cover letter and resume to the

250-578-7274

2005 GMC Canyon 4x4, 3.5L, auto. Leather interior and dual magna flow exhaust. 180,000kms. Reliable vehicle. $7,500/obo. Msg or text 250-571-6683.

Rims

Collectibles & Classic Cars 4 - BMW X5, X3 wheels like new. $700 Call 250-319-8784.

Utility Trailers 1965 Mercury 4dr., hardtop. 55,000 miles. 390-330HP. $4,000. 250-574-3794

2000 Jaguar XK8 Convertible 4L, V-8, fully loaded. Exec shape. $15,500/obo. 250-3764163.

2004 FLATDECK GVW#3500-1 AXLE Payload #2400lbs. 3/4 Plywood Deck 10’ L X 6’3” W, electric brakes. spare tire , docking winch, 2 storage boxes, removable walls, ATV ramp. Canopy lid not included. Pulls straight. Very good cond. $2,600. 250-851-0052

2006 Buick Allure CSX. Needs mechanic and/or motor. $650. 250-320-0727.

Legal & Public Notices

2006 Buick Allure CXS. 1owner. Fully loaded. Excellent condition. 207,000kms. $3,900/obo. 250-701-1557, 778-471-7694.

2010 Dodge Charger SXT Sedan. 4dr., AWD, V-6, auto. 50,001 kms. Must see to appreciate. $12,000. 250-374-1541.

Jeff Carter, Director of Public Works and Recreation Phone: 250.523.2755 attention of David A. Paul, Q.C. E-mail: jcarter@loganlake.ca

at arlene@kamloopslaw.com

or visit : www.loganlake.ca/career-opportunities

Please join us for kamloopslaw.com a Celebration of Life for Doug ATTENTION: PHARMACISTS Sutton on PAPER ROUTES A pharmacy opportunity is available AVAILABLE at Sunday, March DOWNTOWN Rte 581 - Cannel DALLAS/ BROCKLEHURST Dr, Aberdeen Mall, Kamloops’ regional shopping Cascade St, 1508BARNHARTVALE Rte 4 - 727-795 Rte 325 - 764-825 9th centre and community hub. Aberdeen Mall is 29, 2020 from 1539 Hillside Dr, Rte 701 - Freda Ave, Crestline St, 2412-2741 Ave, 805-979 Columbia Mellors Pl. - 47 p.and hasKlahanie Dr, Morris Tranquille Rd. – 67 p. undergoing major attracted St, 804-987 Dominion St, renovations Pl, Shelly Dr, 901-935 11am-2pm 805-986 Pine St. - 64 p. Rte including 584 - 1752–1855 Rte 14 - 2399- at the new national tenants, a grocery store, Todd Rd. – 92 p. Hillside Dr. – 26 p. 2305 Briarwood Ave, Rte 327 - 1103-1459 RUN TIL which will significantly increase foot traffic to the Rte 710 - 1350-1399 Moose McInnes Pl, Lodge, Richards Pl, Columbia St, 1203-1296 Rte 586 - 1505-1584 RENTED Crestwood Dr, Ronde Wallace Pl. – 37 p. Dominion St. - 38 p. Mt Dufferin Cres, 1575 mall. Lane, 1300-1399 730RteCottonwood Park Way, 1537-1569 21 - 2300-2397 334 - 975 13th St, IfRte you are interested in learning more, please Todd Rd. 43 p, Fleetwood Ave,00 Fleetwood 1104-1276 Pine St, 1201- Plateau Pl. - 27 p. $ Rte 750 5101-5299 contact: Crt & Pl, 1003-1033 Avenue, 1274 Pleasant St. – 42 p. + TAX Rte 590 - 1397 Dallas Dr, Mary Pl, Nina Schriener St, 1020-1050 Copperhead Dr, Rte 372 - 22-255 W. Doug Basarowich 3 LINES Pl, Rachel Pl. – 31 p. Westgate St. - 52 p. BC Saskatoon Pl. – 36 p. Kamloops, Battle St, 660 Lee Rd, 11Email: doug.basarowich@cushwake.com 172 Battle street • 250-828-9998

All interested applicants can submit a resume to the above by 4:00 p.m. on March 27, 2020, e-mail is preferred. Please specify area of preference (i.e. Parks, Visitor Centre, Campground). Preference may be given to post secondary students.

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Children’s Circle Daycare Society is looking for an amazing Early Childhood Educator to join our team. This will be a permanent fulltime position working 8.5 hours a day. We have two locations, 622 St Paul Street and 904 3rd Avenue. Using your ECE skills you will plan and implement an engaging program for children along with your team members. While we welcome many different languages, English is the prominent language written and spoken in our centres. Because we value your experience and schooling the starting wage for our ECE’s is $19.08/ hr + 1.00/hr wage top up and another $1.00/hr in April 2020.* We do provide an extensive extended medical package after 3 months of fulltime work, as well as sick days and holiday days. All applicants will need to have a current Early Obituaries Childhood Education Certificate as Obituaries well as a first aid certificate.

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For more information and a full job description, visit Barry Brown of Kamloops, our website at ccdaycare.ca. Please email your BC passed away peacefully in the cover letter and resume to stpauls@ccdaycare.ca. early hours of March 2, 2020. This position is open male and female Hetoisboth survived by his wife Judy Brown, their daughters Stacey applicants. Brown, Carolyn Brown, Leslie Kenny (Dan) and Jennifer *Wage top up = BCEmery Government(Gabriel), wage enhancement their grandchildren Emma, Riley, Sara and Olivia, and his sisters Brenda (Dave) and Michelle, as well as many dear cousins, nieces and nephews. Are you currently unemployed,

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Brown Barry L. Brown Mary Theresa (Foesier) Werner Phone: (778) 233-6929 Phone: (778) 233-6929 Barry Brown of Kamloops, Kamloops, BC BC On March 5, Barry 2020, Brown Mom,of passed away peacefully in in the the Grandma, Gma,passed lost away her peacefully of early hours of March March 2, 2, 2020. 2020. courageous fightearly withhours cancer. She is now at peace and in the He isis survived Hewas survived by his his wife wife Judy Judy arms of Dad, who waiting by Brown, their daughters Brown, their daughters Stacey Stacey to take her hand on the other aberdeenmall.ca aberdeenmall.ca Brown, Brown, Carolyn Carolyn Brown, Brown, Leslie Leslie side. Kenny Kenny (Dan) (Dan) and and Jennifer Jennifer (Gabriel), their Emery(Foesier) (Gabriel), their Mary TheresaEmery grandchildren grandchildren Emma, Riley, Riley, Werner was born June 1,EachEmma, loss is very different,his Sara and and Sara AB. andTheOlivia, Olivia, and his 1935, in Drumheller, The pain isas so severe. sisters Brenda (Dave) and Michelle, well sisters Brenda (Dave) and Michelle, as well as as second eldest of 8 children. Will I ever stop missing many dear nieces nephews. manylived dear cousins, cousins, nieces and and nephews. She a remarkably, unremarkable life and This one I loved so dear? touched all who knew her. She lived for her Barry Camrose, Alberta Barry was was born in Camrose, Alberta in inA1946. 1946. He family and born was in truly the matriarch. forceHe to met Judy, the love of his life, in Edmonton and Good times we had met Judy, the love of his life, in Edmonton and be reckoned with, there was never any together, doubt. they Kamloops 1973. The moments that we shared they moved moved to out Kamloops in 1973. She startedto as a in farm girl, followed Dad We didn’tinhavetheir to tell each other around the world finally settling forever Barry will certainly be remembered for How much we really Barry inwillHeffley certainly forcared.his his home Creek.beSheremembered was very devout in phenomenal memory for aa community skill phenomenal memory for names, names, skill likely likely her faith, and was active in the Plus over Plusdreamed honed as aa teacher, but you’d go away, honed over his his many many years yearsI never as teacher, but church, Tax Our Lady of Lourdes. Tax even golf and cards, even more more for for his his prowess prowess at atNever golf and cards, thought of sorrow. of being someone who and most most of all all for for her being someone who So sure you’d always would bewould here She is survived by daughter Sheilah (Bert) 3 Lines - 12and Weeks 3 Lines 12 Weeks always show up when he was needed. 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His Took for granted each(Adam) tomorrow. vanad Goor, her granddaughter Jenna Add an extra line to your for $10 Add an extra line to your ad for $10 cheeky of humour was aa frequent cheeky sense sense of Must humour was also also frequent Munroe, great-grandson Lochlan Munroe, plus Must be pre-paid be pre-paid source of hilarity aa few eye rolls!). source of much much hilarityfor(and (and few rolls!). my life isand all confused Scheduled for 4 weeks at a time Scheduled 4 weeks atNow aeye time extended great-grandchildren Azzlyn Lexy Please us for Please join join usparties for only - no Private businesses Privateand partiesRae only -van no businesses Since you Rylan went away. and Munroe, Blaire Goor, The family extend special thanks to The family wishes toher extend special thanks to Some Restrictions Apply Some to Restrictions Apply You tookGerald a part of me and Nolan van wishes Goor, brothers aa Celebration Celebration the and staff at the RIH the caring caringFoesier, and compassionate compassionate staff atI daily the RIH for help Bernard sister Marie And Turnbull aspray. well cancer and Dr. Montalbetti, cancer clinic and Dr. Montalbetti, as as well well as as the the of as manyclinic nieces and nephews. of Life Life for for Doug Doug incredible at incredible staff staff and and volunteers volunteers atsentMarjorie Marjorie But when God you to me Willoughby Memorial Hospice Home. Sutton Willoughby Snowden Memorial Hospice Sutton on on She was Snowden predeceased by Heher husband never said thatHome. you wereMatt mine, Werner, brothers Al, Patrick, Nellis and Jacque. That I could keep you always – Sunday, In lieu of flowers, donations could be made to Sunday, March March In lieu of flowers, donations could be for made Only borrowed a time. to the Hospice the Kamloops Kamloops HospiceAssociation. Association. Our family is blessed to have the support of our 29, 29, 2020 2020 from from friends and extended family.Now,AHe’svery calledheld youspecial home,on Athank Barry’s life will be A celebration celebration ofthe Barry’s life I’m will beI shed held on you to of wonderful caring nurses, 11am-2pm sad and tears. 11am-2pm at at the the Saturday, March 14, 2020 at Pineridge Golf Saturday, March 14,aids 2020 atI’m glad Pineridge Golf volunteers and care at Yet Marjorie Willoughby He loaned you to me Course. welcome to in Course. Friends Friends are welcome toasdrop drop in Moose Snowden Memorialare Hospice House, wellyears. as Moose Lodge, Lodge, And we had these many between 2:00 pm and 4:00 pm. between 2:00 pm and 4:00 pm. a special thank you to Dr. Kruger and Laurie DALHOUSIE DR 1365 DALHOUSIE DR 730 Cottonwood 7301365 Cottonwood Campbell who have been with us in this journey Condolences 250�371�4949 250�371�4949 Condolences can be be sent sent to to the the family family by by from the start. can Avenue, visiting Avenue, visiting schoeningfuneralservices.com. schoeningfuneralservices.com. A Catholic Mass will be held to honour Mom at Kamloops, Kamloops, BC BC Our Lady Aarion of Lourdes, 573 Tod Mountain Road, Micheal Howden Aarion Heffley Creek, BCMicheal at 1:00Howden pm on Saturday, March 21, 2020. 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June 30, 1938 - March 9, 2020 June 30, 1938 - Marc Barry Brown of Kamloops, Barry BC Brown of Kamloops, BC passed away peacefully in passed the away peacefully in the It is with deep sadness and It is with early hours of March 2, 2020.early hours of March 2, 2020. heavy hearts that we heavy h announce the passing of our announce He is survived by his wife Judy He is survived by his wife Judy beloved Mother, Maka and beloved M Brown, their daughters Stacey Brown, their daughters Stacey Nani - Gian Kaur Heer. Gian Nani - Gia Brown, Carolyn Brown, Leslie Brown, Carolyn Brown, Leslie is survived by her children is survive Kenny (Dan) and Jennifer Kenny (Dan) and Jennifer Andy, Sukhminder (Johnny), Andy, Suk Emery (Gabriel), their Emery (Gabriel), their Rajminder (Shailven), and Rajminder grandchildren Emma, Riley, grandchildren Emma, Riley, her grandchildren Gjalen, her gran Sara and Olivia, and Sara his and Olivia, and his Jayse, Raiya, Jaanev and Jayse, Ra sisters Brenda (Dave) and sisters Michelle, Brenda as well (Dave) as and Michelle, as well Aaviana. as Aaviana. many dear cousins, nieces and many nephews. dear cousins, nieces and nephews. Gian was born on June 30, Gian 1938 was in born the village on June 30, Barry was born in Camrose,Barry Alberta wasinborn 1946. in He Camrose,ofAlberta Soona inin1946. Punjab, He India.of She Soona immigrated in Punjab, to India. met Judy, the love of his life, met inJudy, Edmonton the love and of his life, Canada in Edmonton in 1973 and settling inCanada Kamloops in 1973 to make settling in they moved to Kamloops in 1973. they moved to Kamloops in 1973. her new home. She was married her new to home. (late) Hajura She was mar Singh Heer and together they Singh raised Heertheir and three together the Barry will certainly be remembered Barry will certainly for his be remembered children devoting for all his of herchildren time todevoting family. The all of her phenomenal memory for names, phenomenal a skill memory likely for names, most enjoyable a skill and likely fulfilling most partenjoyable of Gian’sand life fulfilling honed over his many years honed as aover teacher, his many but years were as watching a teacher, her but grandkids were eat, watching play her and grandki even more for his prowesseven at golf moreand for cards, his prowessgrow. at golf Sheand wascards, a hard grow. workerShe and was had a a hard w and most of all for being and someone most who of allwould for being passion someoneforwho cooking. would She cooked passioninforthecooking. service She coo always show up when he always was show needed. up His when he to others was needed. during most His of her to life others whether duringit most was of her cheeky sense of humour cheeky was alsosense a frequent of humour at wasthealso local a frequent Sikh Temple, ator the making local samosas Sikh Temple, o source of much hilarity (and asource few eye of rolls!). much hilarity (and aand few eye pakoras rolls!). at the annual and pakoras Canada atDaythe ann Please join us for festivities or the many weddings festivities where or the she many we The family wishes to extend Thespecial family thanks wishes to to extend volunteered special thanks making to thevolunteered most delicious making the a caring Celebration the and compassionate the caring staff atand the compassionate RIH homemade staff atIndian the RIH sweets. homemade Indian sweets. cancer Dr. Montalbetti, cancer as clinic welland as Dr. the Montalbetti, as well as the of Lifeclinic for and Doug incredible staff and volunteers incredible at staff Marjorie and volunteers Gian will atalways Marjorie be remembered Gian willasalways a selfless be rememb Willoughby Snowden Willoughby Hospice Home. Snowden Memorial andHospice caring Home. lady who put others and caring first. She lady lives who put oth Sutton on Memorial within us through her values, within unconditional us throughlove her values MarchdonationsIn could InSunday, lieu of flowers, lieu ofbeflowers, made donations to andcould the be courage made toto alwaysand fight. theHer courage resilience to always the Kamloops Hospice Association. the Kamloops Hospice Association. to emerge stronger regardless to emerge of stronger the re 29, 2020 from circumstances will never be forgotten. circumstances will never be for A celebration of Barry’s life A celebration will be held of on Barry’s life will be held on 11am-2pm at the Saturday, March 14, 2020Saturday, at Pineridge March Golf 14, 2020Mom, at Pineridge we will hold Golfyou close Mom,within we will our hold heartsyou clos Course. Friends are welcome Course. toFriends drop are in welcome where you to will drop always in remain. where Your you will love always will rem Moose Lodge, between 2:00 pm and 4:00 pm. between 2:00 pm and 4:00 pm. continue to light the way andcontinue guide us to light for allthetheway and days ahead, until we see you again. days ahead, until we see you again 730 Cottonwood Condolences can be sentCondolences to the family can by be sent to the family by Obituaries Obituaries Avenue, visiting schoeningfuneralservices.com. visiting schoeningfuneralservices.com. Gian’s life will be celebratedGian’s in a service life will at be 1:30 celebrated i Obituaries Obituaries pm on Sunday, March 15,pm 2020 on at Sunday, Schoening March 15, Kamloops, BC Funeral Home, 513 Seymour Funeral St., Kamloops. Home, 513 Seymour S

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June June 30, 30, 1938 1938 -- March March 9, 9, 2020 2020 Condolences can be sent to the Condolences can be Aarion Micheal Howden Aarion of Micheal Howdenfamily of by visiting family by visit ItItKamloops isis with sadness with deep deep sadness and passed away and on Kamloops passed away on www.schoeningfuneralservices.com www.schoeningfunerals heavy hearts that we heavy we Saturday, hearts February that 29, 2020 Saturday, February 29, 2020 announce passing announce the passing of of our our at 47 yearsthe of age. at 47 years of age. Arrangements entrusted to Arrangements entr beloved beloved Mother, Mother, Maka Maka and and Schoening Funeral Service Schoening Funeral Nani Gian Nani Gian Kaur Heer.lovingly Gian He -- Gian will Kaur beHeer. He will be lovingly isisremembered survived by her children survived byby her his children mother remembered by his mother Andy, Sukhminder (Johnny), Andy, Sukhminder (Johnny), Barbara Forde of Kamloops, Barbara Forde of Kamloops, Rajminder Rajminder (Shailven), and step-father (Shailven), Larry Forde and step-father of Larry Forde of her grandchildren her grandchildren Gjalen, Fort St. John, spouseGjalen, Karen Fort St. John, spouse Karen Each loss is very different,Jayse, Giuseppe Jaanev Jayse, Raiya, Jaanev and and HowdenRaiya, of Surrey, BC, Howden of Surrey, BC, (Joe) InnocentiGiuseppe (Joe) In The pain isCameron so severe. Aaviana. 1932 - 2020 1932 - 2020 Aaviana. children Howden children of Cameron Chilliwack, Howden of Chilliwack, Will I everHowden stop missing of Chilliwack, Carson Carson Howden and Tylerof Chilliwack, and Tyler With deep sorrow With we dee one Iof loved so dear? 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She was was married to (late) (late)(James) Hajura and Patricia (James) Broad andof Patricia Ashcroft, sister Broad of Ashcroft, sister Singh and raised their We didn’tHeer have Bolen, to tell eachtogether other Singh Heer and together they raisedTomniuk their three three Monique brother they Monique Warren Bolen, brother of Warren Tomniukhisofdevoted wife Silvana ofhis58devoted two daughters Laurie years, two children all time family. The How muchdevoting we really cared. children devoting all of of her herKamloops, time to to Forde family. The Kamloops, step-brother Jake step-brother of Jake Forde years, of Kyle) and Anna (Ted (Jaxon, Kyle most fulfilling part Gian’s most enjoyable enjoyable andbrother fulfilling part of of Forde Gian’s life Kamloops andand Kamloops Tyler and life of brother Tyler Forde (Jaxon, of Desireau). Desireau). were watching eat, and I never dreamed you’dnumerous goher away, were watching her grandkids grandkids eat, play play and Vancouver, Vancouver, nieces, nephews, numerous nieces, nephews, grow. was worker and had aa and best friend Jason grow. She hard worker and had cousins, great-nieces andcousins, best friend great-nieces Jason NeverShe thought ofwas sorrow.aa hard Joe was a strong, resilient man Joe was a s passion for cooking. passion foralways cooking. She cooked cooked in the the service service Nelson. Nelson.in So sure you’d be here She who was always active who and was to others during most toTook others during most of of her her life life whether whether itit was was for granted each tomorrow. kept himself in great shape.kept He himself at Sikh or samosas at the the local Sikh Temple, Temple, or making making samosas He waslocal predeceased by He his was Grandma predeceased Marie by his Grandma Marie enjoyed makenjoyed and at Canada andNowpakoras pakoras at the the annual annual Canada Day Day Howden. Howden. my life is all confused ing his wine, workinging outside his wine, in the working festivities festivities or the many many weddings weddings where where she she Since youor went the away. yard,in biking, singing, yard, with biking, friends singing, and socializi volunteered the most volunteered making theAarion most delicious Aarion was in Kamloops. was delicious born He and raised Kamloops. 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September September 12, 12, 19581958- February February 28, 28, 2020 2020 With great great sadness sadness we we announce announce the the passing passing With devoted devoted and and beloved beloved father, father, husband, husband, son, son, friend. friend. He He passed passed away away in in Victoria, Victoria, BC, BC, after after year battle with stomach cancer.

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of Kenji Kenji Kishiyama, Kishiyama, of uncle, uncle, cousin, cousin, and and a a courageous courageous fivefive-

Kenji was born in Lillooet, BC, on September 12, 1958 to Masao Kenji was born in Kishiyama. Lillooet, BC, September to Masao (Jim) and Yoshie Heonwas the only 12, one1958 of their three (Jim) andto Yoshie Kishiyama.asHehiswas thesister only Naomi one of died their asthree children reach adulthood older an childrenand to reach adulthood as hisGary older (Seiji) sister perished Naomi died an infant, his younger brother, in as a car infant, youngerKenji brother, Gary (Seiji) perished in a car accidentand as his a teen. spent a mostly carefree childhood growing up outdoors, campingcarefree and fishing with accident as ina Lillooet teen. playing Kenji spent a mostly childhood his Dad, riding and especially hockey. growing up inmotorcycles Lillooet playing outdoors,playing camping and fishing with

his Dad, riding motorcycles and especially playing hockey.

After high school Kenji went to Cariboo College (now Thompson Rivers University) a year, later went to BCIT millwright After high school for Kenji went but to Cariboo College (nowforThompson training,University) completing apprenticeship at totheBCIT Ainsworth/Aspen Rivers for his a year, but later went for millwright Planers Mill in Lillooet. enjoyed theat challenges of being a training, completing his Kenji apprenticeship the Ainsworth/Aspen millwright and had great camaraderie with his co-workers at the Planers Mill in Lillooet. Kenji enjoyed the challenges of being a mills in both Lillooet and Savona. He retired in 2018.

millwright and had great camaraderie with his co-workers at the mills bothhis Lillooet Savona. He retiredwere in 2018. Kenji inand wife and Anne (Anna-Marie) married in 1987, in Lillooet. In the early years of their

marriage they enjoyed a lot of international travel. They moved to Kamloops in 2001. In the early

Kenji wife Anne (Anna-Marie) married in 1987, in Lillooet. the was earlyayears of their 2000s,and twohis daughters Kiana and Akina,were joined the family through adoption.InKenji very involved marriage enjoyed a lot Every of international They moved to Kamloops 2001.whether In the it early Dad who they adored his children. milestone travel. and accomplishment filled him withinpride was 2000s, twofirst daughters Kianarecital, and Akina, family through adoption. Kenji was a very involved first words, steps, a dance or highjoined schoolthe graduation. Dad who adored his children. Every milestone and accomplishment filled him with pride whether it was Kenji, Anne,first and the agirls moved to orVictoria in 2019. By this point, Kenji’s health was declining, but he first words, steps, dance recital, high school graduation.

continued to live every day to the fullest, even enjoying a Canucks hockey game in Vancouver two weeks beforeand his the passing. His positive attitude and determination keephealth going was weredeclining, infectious, Kenji, Anne, girls moved to Victoria in 2019. By this point, to Kenji’s butand he he was antoinspiration others going through similar battles with serious illness. He in took each daytwo in continued live everytoday to the fullest, even enjoying a Canucks hockey game Vancouver stride cherished his family and friends. Much to everyone supported him and and his weeks and before his passing. His positive attitude and gratitude determination to keepwho going were infectious, family through this difficult journey.

he was an inspiration to others going through similar battles with serious illness. He took each day in

stride isand cherished his family and friends. gratitude to everyone supported him and and his his Kenji predeceased by his parents Jim andMuch Yoshie Kishiyama, his sisterwho Naomi Kishiyama family through this difficultasjourney. brother Gary Kishiyama well as his uncle Hiroji and aunt Kimiye (Kay). Kenji is by wife his parents Jim their and Yoshie Kishiyama, sister Naomi Kishiyama and his Kenji is predeceased survived by his Anne, and two children Kiana his Kishiyama and Akina Kishiyama of brother Gary as well asClawitter, his uncle Eugene Hiroji andBarnak aunt Kimiye Victoria, his Kishiyama cousins Joanne and (Kay). Gary Barnak and their families from Washington state, his uncle Shuji Kishiyama and aunt Haruko Nakada and their families from Japan, his Lillooet, father-in-law Ray Fulford from Chilliwack and his brother-inKenjimother-in-law is survived Vi by Kipper his wifefrom Anne, and their two children Kiana Kishiyama and Akina Kishiyama of law JamiehisFulford fromJoanne Yellowknife and sister-in-law Desiree fromBarnak Whistlerand andtheir theirfamilies families.from He Victoria, cousins Clawitter, Eugene Barnak andMou Gary will be missedstate, by many BC. and aunt Haruko Nakada and their families from Japan, Washington his good unclefriends Shuji across Kishiyama

his mother-in-law Vi Kipper from Lillooet, father-in-law Ray Fulford from Chilliwack and his brother-inThe Jamie family Fulford would like acknowledge Jeffrey Sulpher Dr. from Bradley Proctor the Victoria law fromtoYellowknife andDr. sister-in-law DesireeandMou Whistler andat their families. and He Kamloops Cancer Clinics, as well as Dr. Peter Loland of Kamloops, for their excellent care of Kenji will be missed by many good friends across BC. over the years.

The family would toentrusted acknowledge Dr. Jeffrey and Dr. Bradley Proctor at the Victoria and Arrangements havelike been to McCall GardensSulpher in Victoria. Kamloops Cancer Clinics, as well as Dr. Peter Loland of Kamloops, for their excellent care of Kenji over the years. A service will be held at a later date. For those that wish to make a donation in Kenji’s memory, please consider the BC Cancer Foundation or the trust fund that is being set up to support his daughters’ post Arrangements have been entrusted to McCall Gardens in Victoria. secondary education. (To request further information contact akkishiyama@gmail.com )

once enjoyed A service will be held at a later date. For What thosewe that wish to make a donation in Kenji’s memory, please And deeply loved consider the BC Cancer Foundation or the trust fund that is being set up to support his daughters’ post We can contact never lose, secondary education. (To request further information akkishiyama@gmail.com ) For all that we love deeply Becomes partenjoyed of us. What we once

George Trojan

And deeply loved Keller WeHelen can never lose, For all that we love deeply Becomes part of us.

1929 - 2020

Helen Keller

With great sadness we mourn the loss of our brother George.

George Trojan

He leaves behind 1929 brother Mike, sisters Audrey - 2020 (Les), Violet (Jim) and Irene and many nieces and nephews. With great sadness we mourn the loss of our

brother George.

George was predeceased by his parents Arthur and Verabrother and brother He Nettie, leaves sister behind Mike,Eugene. sisters Audrey

(Les), Violetwill (Jim) many nieces A service be and heldIrene at and Kamloops United and nephews. Church, 421 St. Paul Street, Kamloops on Friday, March 13, 2020 at 2:00 pm.

George was predeceased by his parents Arthur and Nettie, sister Vera and brother Eugene.

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Zbigniew Nodzykowski Mary Theresa (Ziggy) (Foesier) (1950June - 2020)1, Werner was born 1935, in Drumheller, AB. The It second eldest of 8 children. It is is with with heavy heavy hearts hearts that that we the of the She lived a remarkably, unremarkable we share share the news news life of and the passing of Ziggy on touched all who knew her. She lived for her passing of Ziggy on February 27, 2020. A force to family and was truly the matriarch. February 27, 2020. be reckoned with, there was never any doubt. was November She started out asHe farm born girl, on followed Dad Hea 1950 was born on November 24, in Malbork, around the world finally settling in their Poland, forever 24, 1950 in Malbork, Poland, whereShehewas spent youth home in Heffley Creek. very his devout in where he inspent his youth andactive early adulthood. After her faith, and was the community and school early adulthood. After high he was enlisted church, Our Lady of Lourdes. in the army for 2 high years,school in 1977 he he wasgraduated enlisted from Warsaw University in theisthe army for 2byyears, in 1977ofSheilah he Agriculture, graduated She survived her daughter (Bert) where he Warsaw met his University wife of over 40 (Adam) years. from the of Agriculture, van Goor, her granddaughter Jenna Together to Lochlan many other European where mettravelled his wife of over 40 years. Munroe,hethey great-grandson Munroe, plus countries as well as Africa. AsAzzlyn they into extended they great-grandchildren and Lexy Together travelled to many othersettled European life together on and their farm, they established Munroe, Blaire van Goor, Rylan and countries as well as Rae Africa. As they settled intoa business growing andherfarm, supplying Nolan van Goor, brothers Gerald and and life together on their theyvegetables established a flowers, they had their Marie first daughter. Bernard and Foesier, sister Turnbull as well business growing and supplying vegetables and as manyand nieces flowers, theyand hadnephews. their first daughter.to Canada. In the late 80s the family emigrated After initially living in North Vancouver, She was predeceased by her husbandwhere Matt In thesecond late 80s the family emigrated tomoved Canada. their daughter was Nellis born,and theyJacque. to Werner, brothers Al, Patrick, After initially living in North Vancouver, where Lillooet. Ziggy worked for over 18 years as a their second born, they moved to Plant Science Manager forthethe Chai-na-ta Our family is daughter blessed towas have support of our Lillooet. Ziggy extended worked for over A18 very yearsspecial as a Ginseng Company. friends and family. Plant Manager for the thank Science you to the wonderful caringChai-na-ta nurses, Ziggy was a passionate, musician, Ginseng Company. volunteers and care aids atself-taught Marjorie Willoughby playing including piano, Snowden several Memorialinstruments Hospice House, as well as guitar andthank enjoyed being a special you to Dr.He Kruger and Laurie Ziggy was a accordion. passionate, self-taught musician, outdoors and foundwith (orus made) time Campbell several who always have been in thisthe journey playing instruments including piano, to go hunting, camping, fishing, and for from the start. guitar and accordion. He enjoyed being gardening. outdoors and always found (or made) the time A Catholic Mass willcamping, be held to honour and Mom for at to go already hunting, fishing, He deeply missed his wife Road, Irena, Our isLady of Lourdes, 573 TodbyMountain gardening. daughters Magda Joanna (Asia), Heffley Creek, BC at and 1:00 pm on Saturday, grandkids, son-in-law, his brothers and sister, March 21, 2020. He already deeply missed by his wife Irena, and is many friends. daughters Magda please and send Joanna (Asia), In lieu of flowers, donations in grandkids, son-in-law, hisWerner brothers sister, A Funeral of Mass will be held at 11:00 am on memory Theresa toandMarjorie Saturday, March 21, Memorial 2020 at Hospice Sacred House, Heart and many friends. Willoughby Snowden Cathedral, 255 Crescent, Nicola St., Kamloops. BC. A 78 Whiteshield S., Kamloops, Celebration of Lifewill andbereception takeam place A Funeral held at will 11:00 on V2E 2S9. Mass following the mass 21, at Schoening Saturday, March 2020 at Funeral Sacred Home, Heart 513 Seymour St., Kamloops. Condolences may beSt., sent to the Cathedral, 255 Nicola Kamloops. A family DrakeCremation Celebration of Lifeatand reception will take place

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One night a man had a dream. He dreamed he was walking along the January 29, 1947 - February 28, 2020 beach with the Lord. Across the sky If life. you are Forever each It is with great ashed sadness that afrom One scenes night man his had dream. goinga to love me, the family of Brenda White scene, he noticed two set of footprints He dreamed he was walking along the Love me now, while announces her sudden in the sand: one belonging to know him, and I can beach with the Lord. Across the sky passing at RIH on February the other to theThe Lord. sweet and 28, 2020.

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WEDNESDAY, March 11, 2020

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MARCH MADNESS SALE A MASSIVE LIQUIDATION SALES EVENT ON ALL NEW 2018, 2019 & 2020 MODEL JAYCO RV’S!

UP TO 40% OFF

LOWEST PRICES OF THE YEAR! RV FINANCING AVAILABLE O.A.C! FROM OUT OF TOWN OR NEED YOUR NEW RV TODAY? NO PROBLEM! 97% OF OUR NEW JAYCO INVENTORY HAS BEEN FULLY RED SEAL RV TECHNICIAN INSPECTED AND IS READY FOR DELIVERY TODAY!

20 JAY FLIGHT SLX ROCKY MTN ED. 212QBW

MSRP $39,100

18 JAYFEATHER EDITION X17Z

19 JAYFLIGHT SLX 264BHW

52 WEEKLY OAC $29,988 #RV4252

42 WEEKLY OAC $23,988 #RV4155

MSRP $37,995

40 WEEKLY OAC $22,988 #RV4202

32 WEEKLY OAC $17,988 #RV4261

19 JAYFLIGHT SLX BAJA EDITION 195RB

19 WHITE HAWK 32KBS

18 JAY FLIGHT SLX ROCKY MTN ED. 324BDSW

18 HUMMINGBIRD BAJA ED. 17BH

18 WHITE HAWK 28RL

$

$

$

MSRP $30,995

19 JAY FLIGHT BAJA EDITION 174BH

50 WEEKLY OAC $28,588 #RV4297 $

MSRP $33,800

19 JAYFLIGHT SLX 285RLSW

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$

MSRP $22,800

33 WEEKLY OAC $18,988 #RV4239

MSRP $24,995

74 WEEKLY OAC $42,888 #RV4231

MSRP $61,400

59 WEEKLY OAC $33,988 #RV4177

MSRP $46,995

44 WEEKLY OAC $25,588 #RV4116

MSRP $34,900

64 WEEKLY OAC $36,988 #RV4105

20 JAYFLIGHT SLX BAJA ED. 212QBW

19 WHITE HAWK 50TH ANNIV ED. 24MBH

19 JAYFLIGHT SLX BAJA ED. 264BHW

20 JAY FLIGHT SLX ROCKY MTN/BAJA ED. 275RLSW

20 JAYCO BUNGALOW 40 LOFT

49 WEEKLY OAC $27,988 #RV4296

MSRP $31,600

54 WEEKLY OAC $31,488 #RV4192

MSRP $49,900

43 WEEKLY OAC $24,688 #RV4219

MSRP $33,995

62 WEEKLY OAC $35,788 #RV4309

MSRP $43,995

112 WEEKLY OAC $64,988 #RV4278

19 JAYFLIGHT SLX 242BHSW

19 JAYFLIGHT SLX 244BHSW

19 JAY FLIGHT SLX ROCKY MTN ED. 232RBW

19 WHITE HAWK 23MRB

19 JAYFLIGHT SLX 286BHSW

$

$

MSRP $36,900

46 WEEKLY OAC $26,488 #RV4237 $

$

$

MSRP $36,800

50 WEEKLY OAC $28,588 #RV4272 $

142 TRANQUILLE RD., KAMLOOPS, B.C.

250-554-2518

All prices plus $495 documentation paper fees. Vehicles may not be exactly as shown.

$

$

MSRP $30,900

44 WEEKLY OAC $24,988 #RV4253 $

View our entire inventory at

$

$

MSRP $45,995

55 WEEKLY OAC $31,988 #RV4221 $

$

$

MSRP $48,995

MSRP $70,990

MSRP $39,900

57 WEEKLY OAC $32,888 #RV4255 $

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WEDNESDAY, March 11, 2020

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MARCH MADNESS SALE A MASSIVE LIQUIDATION SALES EVENT ON ALL NEW 2018, 2019 & 2020 MODEL JAYCO RV’S!

UP TO 40% OFF

LOWEST PRICES OF THE YEAR! RV FINANCING AVAILABLE O.A.C! FROM OUT OF TOWN OR NEED YOUR NEW RV TODAY? NO PROBLEM! 97% OF OUR NEW JAYCO INVENTORY HAS BEEN FULLY RED SEAL RV TECHNICIAN INSPECTED AND IS READY FOR DELIVERY TODAY!

19 WHITE HAWK 50TH ANNIV ED. 24MBH

MSRP $49,900

20 JAYFLIGHT SLX 287BHSW

BUTLER AUTO & RV CENTRE

18 JAYFEATHER 22RB

19 JAYFLIGHT SLX 287BHSW

18 JAYFEATHER 23RBM

54 WEEKLY OAC $31,488 #RV4188

MSRP $39,300

33,988

MSRP $38,989

MSRP $38,900

#RV4284

47 WEEKLY OAC $26,988 #RV4112

54 WEEKLY OAC $30,988 #RV4243

50 WEEKLY OAC $28,588 #RV4102

19 JAY FLIGHT SLX ROCKY MTN/BAJA ED. 264BHW

20 JAY FLIGHT BUNGALOW 40RLTS

19 WHITE HAWK 50TH ANNIVERSARY 31BH

20 JAY FLIGHT SLX ROCKY MTN ED. 264BHW

19 JAY FLIGHT SLX ROCKY MTN ED. 324BDSW

50 WEEKLY OAC $25,888 #RV4235

MSRP $33,995

115 WEEKLY OAC $64,988 #RV4279

MSRP $68,600

83 WEEKLY OAC $47,988 #RV4256

MSRP $33,800

64 WEEKLY OAC $36,888 #RV4262

20 JAYFLIGHT SLX 267BHSW

19 JAYFLIGHT SLX 232 RBW

20 JAY FLIGHT SLX ROCKY MTN ED. 286BHSW

$

$

55 WEEKLY

$

#RV4277

MSRP $38,900

$

31,988

59 WEEKLY

$

$

MSRP $37,995

50 WEEKLY OAC $28,988 #RV4149

MSRP $29,800

$

$

MSRP $58,800

MSRP $46,700

$

50 WEEKLY

$

#RV4286

$

28,588

MSRP $35,800

MSRP $48,900

$

19 JAYFLIGHT SLX 267BHSW

19 BUNGALOW 40FKDS

#RV4268

19 JAYFLIGHT SLX 324BDSW

20 JAY FLIGHT SLX ROCKY MTN/BAJA ED. 264BHW

20 JAY FLIGHT SLX ROCKY MTN ED. 248RBSW

19 JAYFLIGHT SLX ROCKY MTN/BAJA ED. 245RLSW

MSRP $35,495

58 WEEKLY OAC $33,688 #RV4300

MSRP $42,995

50 WEEKLY OAC $28,988 #RV4216

MSRP $44,800

60 WEEKLY OAC $34,888 #RV4254 $

142 TRANQUILLE RD., KAMLOOPS, B.C.

250-554-2518

All prices plus $495 documentation paper fees. Vehicles may not be exactly as shown.

51 WEEKLY OAC $29,288 #RV4310 $

View our entire inventory at

$

$

$

28,988

103 WEEKLY

MSRP $77,995

66 WEEKLY OAC $37,988 #RV4303 $

50 WEEKLY

MSRP $39,900

$

42 WEEKLY OAC $23,988 #RV4251 $

18 JAYFEATHER 23RL

$

$

$

#RV4274

$

$

59,888

MSRP $38,999

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