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October 11, 2012 - Vol. 9 - No. 41

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eration energy be considered instead of hydroelectric. They pointed to ENMAX’s Shepard Energy Centre project located in Calgary as a model for what could be done in the Peace. They compared both projects based on construction timeline, amount of megawatts, capital cost and land needed—emphasizing their stance that natural gas energy could be a better system for the area. They highlighted the Shepard Centre’s approximate three-year completion date while BC Hydro expects construction to take seven or more years. If Site C is built it has the potential to produce 1,100 megawatts of power; the Shepard Centre would be able to produce 800 megawatts. Koechl said there are more options available other than Site C, which he believes have been left out of the picture. “We are not politicians. We are politically active, but the reality is that much of what needs to be said right now hasn’t been explored, and because of that so many of the options, or the viable options, in this particular case: the natural gas co-generation, has been left on the backburner and regrettably so,” said Koechl. “Right now it seems as if the hydro project has been pushed at almost an exponential speed now to the point of exclusion of anything else.” But Conway said that’s not the case. “It is important to understand that the option for BC Hydro is not between Site C and nothing. Instead, BC Hydro must choose between a variety of resource options, which means Site C or other resources.” BC Hydro’s latest Integrated Resource Plan (IRP) compared the efficiency, environmental attributes and cost of Site C against other renewable resources, said Conway. The IRP assessed how wind, natural gas, run-of-river hydro, and pumped storage could meet the same annual energy and peak capacity requirements in the same time frame as Site C. The end result found that Site C is the most “cost-effective” option under a range of market price scenarios, according to Conway. Kroechl and Kroecher said

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Sisters in Spirit stay strong in FSJ By Kyla Corpuz

FORT ST. JOHN – The names start rolling off her tongue: Cynthia Maas, Molly Apsassin, Annie Davis, Sandra Calahasen, Ramona Shular, Shirley Clethroe, Stacy Rogers, Renee Gunning and Abigail. All of these women were from the Fort St. John area and of Aboriginal decent—all have been listed as either murdered or missing. “I have a hard time remembering all of them,” said Connie Greyeyes. These are just some of the women Greyeyes walked for during last week’s Sisters in Spirit Vigil. “A lot of this really does hit home, they are actual people who I had an actual relationship with—friendships,” said Greyeyes. “So that’s basically what really started it for me.” Greyeyes is the co-founder of Fort St. John’s Sisters in Spirit Vigils that was held on Oct. 4. The Sisters in Spirit Vigils is a nation-wide movement, created by the Native Women’s Association of Canada (NWAC) in 2004. It’s a walk to raise awareness of the murdered and still missing Aboriginal women across the country. This year marked the fifth anniversary in Fort St. John. Over the last five years, Greyeyes believes the vigil has created awareness that these women are not “disposable”. “There’s a lot of bands around here, and I have found that there’s a stigma that’s attached to our people in our area. And you know what? That doesn’t make anybody disposable. Our women are not disposable. It’s not okay.” Greyeyes believes the stigma goes every further. “In talking with many of the families when we started this, it was the same thing over and over again,” Greyeyes said. “They felt that they’re voices weren’t heard, that it didn’t matter that their loved ones were missing. They didn’t get that urgency from anybody that this is serious.”

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Site C vs. Natural Gas Continued from Page 2.

the ENMAX project has a price tag of $1.3 billion and will require 60 acres of land compared to Site C’s estimated $7.9 billion and 5,550 hectares of land expected to be flooded. “Financially speaking we’re looking at a project that will be six times cheaper, one sixth of the cost of BC Hydro’s proposed Site C dam,” Koechl said. However, Conway, stated in a letter to the editor that the opposition project only considers the capital cost of the natural gas plant, and not its lifetime operating cost. “This is important since most of the lifecycle costs for Site C are upfront capital costs followed by low operating costs over the long life of the dam,” wrote Conway. “A natural gas plant is the opposite, with most of its costs being incurred over the operating life of the facility.” Conway also pointed out that Site C would provide “long-term price stability, while the market price of natural gas fluctuates over time.” Area C director Arthur Hadland rebutted that comment. “But you see it’s our resource, so we can actually lock that in for long term … we have that option to do what we wish, but that option is not exercised.” Kroecher and Koechl were compelled to look into alternative energy projects after being dissatisfied with BC Hydro’s project consultation. Both men feel that their concerns are disregarded and they are frustrated with the responses and response times when posing inquiries to BC Hydro. “It is regrettable because the consultation process has been extremely challenging for people who want to participate in a collaborative manner. It’s next to impossible to do it, so we realized there must be something better out there,” said Koechl. “Each one has been a huge disappointment, it is not consultation,” said Kroecher. “Consultation is supposed to be a two way street, and I consider what they call consultation, manipulation. That’s all it is. We are being told what they are going to do, and we can comment on it, and that’s about the scale of it,” he said, adding that he has attended nearly all of BC Hydro’s public consultation meetings. Conway, however, said all Consultation Summary Reports are “fully” considered by BC Hydro’s technical and environmental teams. He added that community input has guided BC Hydro’s continual studies on the areas where Site C is being proposed. In Kroecher and Koechl delegation, they urged directors to encourage the province and BC HyThe CreditMaster – smart financial planning that lets you get it all. Increased dro in assessing current expenditures to date on all aspects of the Site C project. Also, they requestborrowing power, term loans and lines of credit. Call North Peace Savings ed an immediate cost analysis and assessment of the two current models of electricity production: hydro vs. natural gas. today. It’s your life. We’re just here to help you live it better. They also requested that the directors advocate for no additional funds to be provided to the Site C project until the cost analysis of hydro and natural gas is completed. Board members decided to The mortgage for your master plan. have staff write a report about their requests. The delegates also shared their concerns about how the project would be a burden for taxpayers and add to the province’s deficit. “I would be extremely disappointed in the thought that this couldn’t be halted in its present form where it is, and the reason for that is simple,” Koechl said. “When it comes to politics the bottom line has been the dollar, the mighty dollar … one would wonder why in the world are they proceeding with a project that will put this deficit, literally through the roof; and yet this one continues unimpeded for some strange reason.” Learn more at mymasterplan.ca Conway has continued to defend Site C as being the most “cost-effective” option for British Columbians. “The Site C project would produce energy at a cost between $87 and $95 per megawatt hour. This compares favourably to other clean energy options, which had an average cost of $124 per megawatt hour in BC Hydro’s 2010 Clean Power Call.” However, when asked if BC Hydro acknowledged that Site C will create a greater deficit, Conway didn’t firmly answer. Kroecher and Koechl intend Close By and Ready! Lock Solid Lock & Key to share their thoughts about the hydro project and the natLocks Rekeyed - Installed Padlocks - Keyless Entry ural gas opportunity with as many people as they can, hoping to eventually gain support from the province. “I think that allows us to get our foot in the door and I think CALL 250.787.8999 that’s really critical for a big Cell 778-256-1685 idea. This is a big idea; it’s a Unit 5, 10404 101 Avenue Plaza, Fort St. John, BC change in the paradigm that’s “Let Us Be Your Key Supplier” been there forever. We need to convince our local politicians of how important this switch is. 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EDITORIAL

Moving on to the next chapter By Brent Hodson, Associate Publisher As I finish up wrapping this edition of the Northeast News, I thought I should do a little writeup saying thanks to the communities that read our newspaper and to the staff here. This is my last edition that I’ll be a part of as I am moving and changing careers. The past two years have been a great ride here as we have continued to develop a great product that continues each week to showcase the region. Changing your life is never easy... I have always been one to worry about making these life altering decisions. This change though will give me an opportunity to discover a new industry, work with a new group of people and continue to thrive in the north. Northern B.C. has always been my home. I was born and raised in Fort Nelson and have lived the past 8 years in Fort St. John and now making the move to Dawson Creek. I have always been a strong supporter of the north as I have found the opportunities, the experiences and the people here to be amazing. I look forward to seeing old friends still around as I won’t be too far away from them but I am looking forward to living in a new community and discovering what makes Dawson Creek the place it is. For those that live in Dawson Creek, lets go for coffee!

October is Small Business Month in British Columbia

Opinion - Editorial By Naomi Yamamoto Minister of State for Small Business Did you know that in B.C., more than one million people are employed by small businesses? Or that 98 per cent of all businesses in B.C. are small businesses? Small business is big business in B.C.! Premier Christy Clark understands just how vital small business is to the economic engine of B.C., and that is why she has made small business a priority by creating my new portfolio. This will allow all of government to focus specifically on the issues and concerns that affect business owners and their communities. This October, I want everyone to recognize small businesses, as well as their owners and employees, throughout B.C. Owning and operating your own business is no easy task. It’s work that requires immense courage, imagination, dedication and drive. You work long hours and invest everything you’ve got into making your business a success. I am constantly amazed by the wonderful things that B.C.’s small-business owners are doing in their communities. Even if you don’t own your own business, or aren’t employed by a small business, those businesses support your communities every day. B.C.’s small-business owners also understand the need to be fiscally disciplined and why having a balanced budget is so important. As one columnist recently noted, “...when it comes to understanding the importance of jobs and fiscal discipline, and

providing for one’s family, there is no sector that understands it better than BC’s small business sector.” I understand the life of a small-business owner, as I ran my own business for 21 years. I also worked with other businesses in my community, with the BC Chamber of Commerce and the North Vancouver Chamber. As the Minister of State for Small Business, I will work every day to make it easier for small-business owners to do business in B.C. Sometimes what’s most challenging for business owners is getting things up and running. In B.C., we are blessed to have so many creative and talented people and often times their new and innovative ideas need financial support to get off the ground. We want to encourage more angel investors. As part of the BC Jobs Plan, our government is providing a $3-million increase to B.C.’s successful Small Business Venture Capital Program tax credit, targeted to direct investments in new businesses. This program encourages angel investors to invest their own capital directly into eligible, local, small business and offer strategic expertise. We currently support this program with up to $100 million annually. I hear one thing time and time again from our business community: time spent filling out forms is time away from improving and growing their businesses. B.C. is leading the country in the fight against red tape. We’ve reduced regulatory requirements by over 42 per cent since 2001 - that’s more than 150,000 regulatory

requirements off the books! And we’ve committed to holding the line right through to 2015. We also continue to support BizPaL - now in 112 communities - in addition to the expansion of the Mobile Business Licence. But we know that there are more things we need to do to help the close to 400,000 small businesses operating in B.C. That’s why it’s important to hear from owners about what’s working and what needs improvement. As co-chair of the Small Business Roundtable, I will be consulting with business communities throughout the province. I’m confident that by working together, we will be able to create the most business-friendly environment in the country. I also want to recognize the Canadian Federation of Independent Business and their SmallBiz Saturday event on Oct. 20. I encourage all British Columbians to get out and support your local small businesses. They are vital to the health and growth of your city or town, and B.C. would not be the same without our small-business owners. This month I will be out in communities throughout the province, meeting with small-business owners and their employees to celebrate their successes and listen to their concerns. I hope to see many of you during Small Business Month in B.C. Thank you to the small business community. You are not only owners of businesses, but moms, dads, coaches and volunteers who are the heart and soul of B.C.

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A What Walk?

Dear Editor, SLUT-1. a careless, dirty, slovenly woman; slattern 2. a sexually promiscuios woman. I am appalled that women could call their organized walk a Slut Walk. How demeaning, you ask to be called equal and to be treated with dignity and then you label yourselves as such. Rape is NOT justifiable. Most rape cases have nothing to do with your attire but rather is a control issue. I as a woman am ashamed that more thought was not given to this branding, regardless of what the woman in Toronto called her walk. For all women Shame on You! Chris Lamoureux, Fort St. John, B.C.

Income inequality must be addressed: Liberals

Dear Editor, Canadians are feeling the pinch. Families are earning less and inflation is increasing the cost of everyday essentials. Students are grappling with rising tuition rates and have fewer opportunities for employment when they graduate.

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Youth unemployment is at a historic high and student employment is at record lows. As Canadians adjust to these economic realities, our debt-to-income ratio has grown to 152%, much higher than the United States, and entire generations of Canadians have little or no savings. Most of us recognize that income inequality is a growing issue that is at the heart of these challenges. That is why the Liberal Party held a debate in Parliament on addressing income inequality and put forward several practical steps we can take immediately to reduce it. Specifically, we are calling on the government to: · roll back their recent Employment Insurance Premium hike; · end their punitive new claw-back of Employment Insurance benefits; · make tax credits refundable so that low-income Canadians are not excluded; · adapt the Registered Disability Savings Plan for sufferers of chronic diseases, such as Multiple Sclerosis; and · remove federal interest charges from student loans. What we are asking the government to do is to first of all recognize that this is a problem, not continue to dismiss it. Income inequality is a key issue for Canada. We cannot assume that prosperity will be fairly shared and we cannot take prosperity itself for granted. We have to avoid the

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mistakes of the extreme right and the extreme left and we have to come up with practical proposals that will make a difference to ordinary people and ensure that our prosperity is fairly, deeply and widely shared. Shared prosperity is what we strive for as a country and ensuring equality of opportunity for all Canadians is at the core of what it means to be a Liberal. Yours sincerely, Bob Rae, Leader of the Liberal Party of Canada

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Dear Editor, I am pleased to see that Premier Christy Clark’s new cabinet has a seat dedicated to the needs and challenges of BC’s seniors. Seniors are an important segment of society and we now make up nearly a quarter of BC’s population. I also can’t think of anyone better, or more qualified, to be sitting in that new cabinet seat than MLA Ralph Sultan, himself a senior. Sultan is known for his intelligence, his integrity, and his ability to speak directly. His insight and wisdom will be a great asset to the new cabinet and an asset to seniors across our Province. Well done! Erwin Gerick, Nanaimo

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Restorative Justice Society propose funding solution By Kyla Corpuz

FORT ST. JOHN – The North Peace Restorative Justice Society is at it again, fiercely seeking funds to ensure the program doesn’t run dry.

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Michelle LaBoucane, executive director at the NPRJS, speaks in front of the Provincial Finance Committee in Fort St. John on Oct. 3.

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Michelle LaBoucane, the NPRJS executive director, presented her case in front of the provincial finance committee on Oct. 3, in hopes to see long-term funding. “The reason why I’m here is because I’m presenting on behalf of the Justice Programs,” said LaBoucane. “I would really like to see sustainable funding for every Restorative Justice Program in British Columbia.” This is her second time presenting to the provincial finance committee; and this time she has a plan. “My suggestion is that the province take a look at … using the Civil Forfeiture, where the proceeds from crime are divvied down among the province. Actually, I think it should go towards all the crime preventions in B.C.,” LaBoucane said. When she proposed the idea to the finance committee board, she got a few nods from the members, as if they were agreeing. Peace River North MLA Pat Pimm, an avid supporter of the restorative justice approach and a member of the finance committee, said he will vie for the NPRJS funding one way or another. “Is Civil Forfeiture a good place to fund from? It certainly is a possibility, and I think it’s a great possibility,” said Pimm. According to the Ministry of Justice website, the proceeds of forfeited properties go towards movements that support local crime prevention, victim compensation and remediation efforts through the use of grants. The first time LaBoucane met with the provincial finance

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Fort St. John Cpl. Jodi Shelkie said it’s “unfortunate” that some perceive that notion. “First of all it’s a first priority for us if [a missing persons case] come in,” she said. “It doesn’t matter who it is; whether it is a women, a male, a child, whether they’re Aboriginal or not.” She added that there is more of an emphasis on women who have been reported missing. “There is a pattern that has happened over the last couple of years because of the Highway of Tears. So we know that First Nations women and women with high-risk lifestyle—not that they’re the same—these women are more susceptible to go missing, so therefore they are of a higher priority.” Raising awareness through the vigils and the walks has grown over the years according to Greyeyes. “I think that since the first one, I think we’ve come a long way.

I really do. We have more and more people that come out, more organizations are willing to help.” Women, men and children from all walks of life attended the Fort St. John Sisters in Spirit Vigil. They walked from the Friendship Centre to City Hall, donning blue shirts and signs with names of missing and murdered aunties, friends and mothers sprawled across it. Upon reaching city hall, women and girls set down white roses at the building’s entrance. They did so in memory of the lost, but never forgotten, women in their lives. Kyla Corpuz photo Greyeyes said having this vigil is particularly important in northeast B.C. “This community really needs to know we have a diverse community. There’s Halfway, Doig, Blueberry, Saulteau, West Moberly, that surround us,” she said. Greyeyes was first introduced to the Sisters in Spirit Vigil when her and a friend Dave Terry, who has since died, were

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looking at the statistics of missing or murdered Aboriginal women in Canada. “We were astounded by the numbers that was on the screen, we were like ‘That can’t be right.’” According to the Sisters in Spirit website, based on anecdotal evidence, over 500 Aboriginal women have gone missing in the last 20 years. In recent years, approximately 10 are from the northeast B.C. region. The staggering numbers urged Greyeyes to do something. “I had actually really decided that it was going to be something I was going to do because I actually have a family member who was a cousin that lived in Alberta that was murdered. She was doused with gasoline by a complete stranger and lit on fire. She died 22 days later in the hospital.” On the same day as the Sister in Spirits Vigil walk, Greyeyes also held a workshop called From Stilettos to Moccasins. “It’s very much understanding who we are as Aboriginal women and people. I really hope that our target was to try and get women who are struggling with alcohol and drugs and struggling with the law, try and get them in and take that first step of reaching out.”

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payment. By The Investors Group not’ decision. Personalleaders AssetsinCorporate creditors The can If you’re a small unincorporatedEditor: business owner or a proCash Flow If you need all of the profits from your staff,business and has been Creditor-proofing able to recruit experienced many departments. only go are after assets owned thebeen corporation, but banks and fessional whose regulatory body allows personal cash flow team members exceptional and Iby have proud to work with them. The incorporation, past five and a you’ve half years to in support the Peaceyour Country as President andneeds, CEO incorporation of leadershipmay other suppliers often require small business owners to personprobably given the potential benefits of incorporating greatbeen not be fulfilling. for you because the cost of setting up andFurther, maintaining the clarity of the College's vision is attracting experienced professionals Northern Lights Collegea have very ally guarantee corporatethat liabilities corporate directors may deal of thought. The most often citedThe benefits of incorporation thewhen corporation could outweigh anyposition tax benefits. On the other want to contribute to an organization "knowsand where it is going". potential I noted for NLC I decided to apply for this is who are a more advantageous tax structure and creditor-proofing evolving hand, if you financially able The to retain some profits inside liable for typeson ofDual unpaid debts such as outstanding It also has beenbegratifying tomany collaborate Credit programming with local and are becoming a reality. addition HST, GST and employee source deductions. Inpersonal finances. But there can be drawbacks. Here are some of thethe company, youExcellence could derive tax savings. School Districts, income industry,tax, Aboriginal agencies and other post-secondary partners Centre of for significant Clean Energy corporation may provide some creditor protection, but only of the issuesALL to consider when making your ‘incorporate or Technologies Taxation Vexation If you are just starting your business, inin Dawson Creek, combined with through Northern Opportunities. The Peace Region is very fortunate to have ifa Peace River properly structured, so to speak to an advisor to of ensure you are probably group of exceptional leaders committed expanding the scope this program the Jim Kassen Industry Trainingcorporation Centre/ Oilshould SHAREHOLDERS Seed Co-op Ltd. waitSt. because incurred and to spreading protected. the word on the benefits of this innovative educational initiative. and Gas Centre of Excellence in Fort John, losses Other Potential Advantages of incorporation by an business been very impressed by the passion for learning these leaders bring to the allows Northern Lights College to fulfil itsincorporated brand I have • Income-splitting to reduce bylearning makingsolutions your spouse or can’t flow through sharetable,tobut also for their continuing commitment totaxes finding for the as B.C.'s Energy College™. the region. NLC is committed to providing the skilled adult children shareholders – dividends will be taxed in their holders. In the youth early ofstages Overyou’re the years,hands I have–received supportthem and encouragement local politicians, workers for these expanding industrial sectors or employing as long as the from remuneration is reaof your business, Senator Richard former Minister of Energy, Mines and and supporting the economic development of offincluding: sonable forNeufeld, the workthe performed. likely better using lossFebruary 23, 2011 • 1:30pm Petroleum Resources; Jay Hill, former of For Parliament for you Prince Georgethe region. Given the scope of the industrial against • Deferring certainMember expenses. example, can report es personally other Rycroft Community Hall Lekstrom,bonuses MLA for River South andyear-end former Minister of expansion in our region, a majorincome. part of my employee forPeace tax purposes before but actuOnce Peace your River; busi-Blair 5208 - 47th Avenue Energy, Mines and Petroleum Resources; and Pat Pimm, MLA for Peace River role at the College was to build capacity ness begins earning ‘active ally pay out the bonus money after year-end. When: Monday, September Rycroft, AB TOH 3A017 to North. And I would• Leaving like to acknowledge exceptional municipal andcontinue regional through partnerships with other post-secondary assets in thethe corporation where they will business income’ (income Agenda: leadership provided by theonChiefs and Bandbasis Councils, and Councils, and institutions and industry, and toearned ensure from that your Wednesday, October 31, 2012 to grow a tax-deferred until Mayors you choose the withdraw business 1) To receive the financial statements of the Association for the financial year end. Regional District Boards. I was impressed by the quality of leadership demonstrated funding provided by the government supports operation, not, for example, them. 2) To elect Directors of the Association. by members and gas and renewable pension energy industries. you to all the breadth and depth of needed programming. a registered plan andThank tax-deductible from other corporate invest-of the •oilCreating 3) To appoint an auditor of the Association. BC Hydro will rebuild and upgrade the boat ramp at the Peace Island Park 4) To transact such other business, if any, as may properly come before for being willinggroup to work with Northern Lights plan College on joint planning that I knew Northern Lights College was a "classy" health and life insurance for you and your employments) you may gain an imthe meeting. in Taylor. To maintain site safety during the project, the work will require benefits the region. institution when the first person to welcome Investors Group mediate tax break (in some ees (which could include family members). College’s Board of Governors recruited to makeany changes and supported me to myand theThe insert the complete Congratulates closure of the boat ramp for approximately six weeks from • Choosing a fiscal year me spanning 12-month period. provinces) opportuphoto here the changes became uncomfortable. 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Northern BC Tourism seeking help to pick photos for guide

PEACE REGION - Proud of your region? Here’s a chance to help show it off to the rest of the world. The Northern BC Tourism Association is getting locals, passionate travelers, and fans of Northern BC to make the final decision on photo feature pages in its 2013 Northern BC Travel Guide. Northern BC Tourism will post photos on Facebook, to be voted on by fans. The images that receive the most fan votes will

be featured in a double-page spread in the magazine. There are five different sections that fan votes will determine the imagery for - the cover photo and introduction page, and section headings for Northeast BC, Northwest BC and Haida Gwaii. “This is a great opportunity for locals to get involved in the voting process and show their community and Northern BC pride,” said Clint Fraser, Strategic Planning and Marketing guru

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and papers.” The total cost of the bench is $1,200, according to Fehr. “I think we can [raise the money] between now and probably within a year,” she said. “If we can get the funds before next summer, hopefully the bench can be installed and we can all enjoy it.” A portion of a month’s worth of call-in orders from local floral shop, Lilies and Lavender, went towards the commemorative bench. “I’m very close with working with the disabled people in our community so I said that for all our phone-in orders in September I would donate $1 to go towards that,” said Sheree Davies,

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owner at Lilies and Lavender. “I just think that, you know, everyone in Fort St. John should just lend a hand when you can,” said Davies. The FSJ Community Enrichment Centre Foundation hosts their own fundraisers like selling arts and crafts items the members have made at consignment stores and at Northern Lights College. Fehr said having the members produce the items provides a sense of teamwork. “It’s often a team work situation, like an assembly line, where everybody has a role,” she explained. “The end product is a sellable item that we can sell in the community.”

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This offer can be used in conjunction with most retail consumer offers made available by Ford of Canada at either the time of factory order or delivery, but not both. Manufacturer Rebates are not combinable with any fleet consumer incentives. ▼Offer only valid from September 1, 2012 to October 31, 2012 (the “Offer Period”) to resident Canadians with a Costco membership on or before August 31, 2012. Use this $1,000CDN Costco member offer towards the purchase or lease of a new 2012/2013 Ford/Lincoln vehicle (excluding Fiesta, Focus, Raptor, GT500, Mustang Boss 302, Transit Connect EV & Medium Truck) (each an “Eligible Vehicle”). The Eligible Vehicle must be delivered and/or factory-ordered from your participating Ford/Lincoln dealer within the Offer Period. Offer is only valid at participating dealers, is subject to vehicle availability, and may be cancelled or changed at any time without notice. Only one (1) offer may be applied towards the purchase or lease of one (1) Eligible Vehicle, up to a maximum of two (2) separate Eligible Vehicle sales per Costco Membership Number. Offer is transferable to persons domiciled with an eligible Costco member. This offer can be used in conjunction with most retail consumer offers made available by Ford Motor Company of Canada at either the time of factory order (if ordered within the Offer Period) or delivery, but not both. Offer is not combinable with any CPA/GPC or Daily Rental incentives, the Commercial Upfit Program or the Commercial Fleet Incentive Program (CFIP). Applicable taxes calculated before $1,000CDN offer is deducted. Dealer may sell or lease for less. Limited time offer, see dealer for details or call the Ford Customer Relationship Centre at 1-800-565-3673. *Purchase a new 2012 F-150 XLT Super Cab 4x4 with 5.0L engine/2012 F-150 XLT Super Crew 4X4 with 5.0L engine/2012 F-250 XLT Super Cab 4X4 Western Edition with power seats for $27,885/$29,885/$39,999. Taxes payable on full amount of purchase price after Manufacturer Rebate of $10,000/$10,000/$7,250 has been deducted. Offers include freight and air tax of $1,700 but exclude variable charges of license, fuel fill charge, insurance, dealer PDI (if applicable), registration, PPSA, administration fees and charges, any environmental charges or fees, and all applicable taxes. Manufacturer Rebates can be used in conjunction with most retail consumer offers made available by Ford of Canada at either the time of factory order or delivery, but not both. Manufacturer Rebates are not combinable with any fleet consumer incentives. **Choose 6.19% annual percentage rate (APR) purchase financing on a new 2012 F-150 XLT Super Cab 4x4 with 5.0L engine/2012 F-150 XLT Super Crew 4X4 with 5.0L engine/2012 F-250 XLT Super Cab 4X4 Western Edition with power seats for a maximum of 72 months to qualified retail customers, on approved credit (OAC) from Ford Credit. Not all buyers will qualify for the lowest APR payment. Purchase financing monthly payment is $431/$465/$617 (the sum of twelve (12) monthly payments divided by 26 periods gives payee a bi-weekly payment of $199/$214/$285 with a down payment of $2,000/$2,000/$3,000 or equivalent trade-in. Cost of borrowing is $5,169.65/5,569.08/$7,389.30 or APR of 6.19% and total to be repaid is $31,054.65/$33,454.08/$44,388.30. Offers include a Manufacturer Rebate of $10,000/$10,000/$7,250 and freight and air tax of $1,700 but exclude variable charges of license, fuel fill charge, insurance, dealer PDI (if applicable), registration, PPSA, administration fees and charges, any environmental charges or fees, and all applicable taxes. Taxes payable on full amount of purchase price after Manufacturer Rebate deducted. Bi-Weekly payments are only available using a customer initiated PC (Internet Banking) or Phone Pay system through the customer’s own bank (if offered by that financial institution). The customer is required to sign a monthly payment contract with a first payment date one month from the contract date and to ensure that the total monthly payment occurs by the payment due date. Bi-weekly payments can be made by making payments equivalent to the sum of 12 monthly payments divided by 26 bi-weekly periods every two weeks commencing on the contract date. Dealer may sell for less. Offers vary by model and not all combinations will apply. ***Estimated fuel consumption ratings for model shown: 2012 F-150 4X4 5.0L V8: [14.9L/100km (19MPG) City, 10.5L/100km (27MPG) Hwy]. Fuel consumption ratings based on Transport Canada approved test methods. Actual fuel consumption will vary based on road conditions, vehicle loading, vehicle equipment, and driving habits. †F-150: When properly equipped. Max. towing of 11,300 lbs with 3.5L EcoBoost and 6.2L 2 valve 4X2 V8 engines. Max. payload of 3,120 lbs with 5.0L Ti-VCT V8 engines. Class is Full-Size Pickups under 8,500 lbs GVWR, non-hybrid. Super Duty: Max. conventional towing capability of 17,500 lbs. on F-350 and max. 5th Wheel towing capability of 24,500 lbs. On F-450 when properly equipped. Max. payload capability of 7,110 lbs. on F-350 when properly equipped. Class is Full-Size Pickups over 8,500 lbs. GVWR vs. 2011/2012 competitors. ††Max. horsepower of 411 and max. torque of 434 on F-150 6.2L V8 engine. 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Here we grow again! The Northeast News is currently looking for full and part time

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Apprenticeship Opportunity Inland Kenworth, Peterbilt Pacific Inc, and Cullen Diesel Power Ltd in partnership with Thompson Rivers University will be offering an innovative apprenticeship program beginning in January 2013. Successful applicants to the program will receive an offer of employment from a sponsoring Company to become effective upon completion of the 17-month training program. For detailed information and to submit an application please visit www.tcda.ca and click on the NEWS link. Application Deadline: October 31, 2012. All applications will be acknowledged by email. No phone calls please.

Apply  in  person  or  online!   www.macenna.com   Payroll Administrator: We are seeking candidates with previous payroll experience for this full-time long-term position. Duties include but aren’t limited to: calculation of hours/overtime, creation and distribution of paychecks & paystubs, government remits, T4’s, etc. Experience with the SAP program would be an asset but isn’t required, starting A.S.A.P. Camp Cooks (small camp): The majority of our camp positions are year round with regular shifts in and out, transportation will be provided. Most of the camps are small; cooking and cleaning for 3 – 8 people. Nice camps, nice people, and good pay. We prefer some camp experience but will also consider a great cook and someone that likes to clean. Please bring a resume and we will keep it on file for future consideration if nothing is available now. Macenna staffing is always accepting resumes, please feel free to stop by and drop off your resume as jobs change daily. 10139 101 Ave. Fort St. John, BC V1J 2B4 | p. 250.785.8367 | f. 250.785.4795 | www.macenna.com

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• Candidates should have knowledge of Adobe Indesign, Illustrator and Photoshop. • Understanding of web design programs is an asset. • Imperative to be well organised and to be able to work to tight deadlines. Essential for your success as a Graphic Designer will be your skills in thinking creatively to produce new ideas and concepts for our clients. You will also be keen to learn, have strong written, communication and time management skills. If you’re interested in working with us please give us a call Brenda Piper, Publisher 9909-100 Ave., Fort St. John, BC V1J 1Y4 Phone: 250-787-7030 Fax: 250-787-7090 email: salesmanager@northeastnews.ca

We’re Hiring! Would you like to join a team of progressive and skilled individuals who work in the fast paced oilfield industry? Are you a person who believes in doing an honest day’s work for an honest day’s pay and doing the job right the first time? If you are, Ace Instruments Ltd. is inviting applications for journeyman electricians and instrumentation technicians for the Dawson Creek branch. We are looking for professional, self-motivated individuals with the ability to work with and without supervision that can solve problems,make decisions, think critically and communicate within a team environment. The successful applicants must possess the ability to communicate effectively both verbally and in writing, you must work well with others in high pressure situations. You must also possess and maintain a valid BC driver’s license. We offer excellent wages and a competitive benefit package. Candidates interested in joining a challenging fast-paced environment should forward your resume to the following:

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Dedicated to Northeastern BC’s Oilpatch Posting Circular: Job-1586 Legal Advocate Position Dawson Creek Job 1586 Legal Advocate – Dawson Creek Position Title: Legal Advocate Job Responsibilities: The Legal Advocate will: Provide legal information, advocacy and referrals to low income persons in the Peace River area. Hours of Work: 31.5 Hours per week - Flexible to meet the needs of the program Rate of Pay: As per the Collective Agreement Closing Date: October 19, 2012 Submit Resumes To: Lori Brooks, Human Resource Coordinator P.O. Box 713 (10110 – 13th Street) Dawson Creek, BC V1G 4H7 Fax: (250) 782 4167 E-mail: lbrooks@spcrs.ca

The NORTHEAST NEWS is delivered FREE to every home and business in Northeastern BC, from Tumbler Ridge to the Yukon border and Chetwynd to the Alberta border. RIGS & ROUGHNECKS is a special feature published in the NORTHEAST NEWS the 3rd Thursday of each month. Delivered to over 60,000 potential customers in 31 communities and overrun copies distributed to numerous oil patch camps, RIGS AND ROUGHNECKS covers timely news stories, photos and rig activity - all aspects of the oil patch. This is a MUST READ for everyone who appreciates and depends on the oilpatch.

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Join us in BC’s Peace Region! The Peace River Regional District (PRRD) includes 4 electoral areas and 7 member municipalities while boasting a wide range of topography and diversity over its some 12 million hectares. From the Rocky Mountains in the west to the Interior Plains in the east, the Peace offers some of the best scenery and outdoor recreational activities in the Province. With a strong regional economy, based on agriculture, oil and gas and forestry, this growing region is an exciting place to work and live. The PRRD is seeking an energetic and qualified individual for the position of Community Services Coordinator. Reporting to the Manager of Community Services, the Community Services Coordinator is responsible for assisting in the delivery of a wide range of services including emergency management, recreation and regional parks. The ideal candidate will have experience in emergency management; administering grant programs as well as grant writing for capital projects; managing rural parks; and/or, liaising with a variety of organizations including protective service providers such as rural fire departments, recreational service providers and community organizations. A combination of training and experience in any of the above noted disciplines is welcomed. Qualifications: • minimum Grade 12 education plus a certificate in Community Recreation, Community Development and/or Emergency Management; • three years experience in local government; • public relations skills, public speaking and presentation skills; • project management skills including organizational skills, the ability to establish priorities, and the ability to coordinate workloads to meet timelines and budget expectations is a necessity; • the ability to compose and edit correspondence and documents as well as excellent analytical report writing skills with good attention to details; • a valid driver’s license is necessary as well as flexibility in both days of work and workday hours of work. This is a unionized position currently paying $30.84 per hour and includes a competitive benefits package, based on a 35 hour week. A detailed job description is available.

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Employment Opportunity Mortgage expert Location: Fort St. John North Peace Savings and Credit Union is a full-service financial organization offering banking, commercial, investment and insurance products. Located in Northeast British Columbia, North Peace Savings has proudly served the North for 65 years and is committed to the social, economic and environmental well-being of the communities in which it operates. NPSCU has four branches, a financial planning office, over 11,000 members and 100 employees and was recently recognized in the area as the People’s Choice winner of “Best Financial Institution, 2011”. R001312188 Employment Opportunity The Mortgage Expert will be NPSCU’s residential lending expert calling on your proven sales Financial and Business data analyst and service experience location - Fort st. John within the financial industry to generate their own leads for the sale of

mortgages and related mortgage life and disability insurance. You will be responsible to build

North Peace Savings and Credit Union is a full-service financial organization offering banking, commercial, investment andinsurance maintain a solidLocated referral network British from Columbia, your community, Brokers, and products. in Northeast North PeaceRealtors, Savings has proudlyBuilders, served theLawNorth yers and Financial Planners. willeconomic be a highly motivated well-being dynamic of individual that isinresults for 65 years and is committed to theYou social, and environmental the communities which it operates. NPSCU has four branches, a financial planning office, over 11,000 members and 100 employees and was recently orientated with expert follow up skills and the ability to work through various unique applicarecognized in the area as the People’s Choice winner of “Best Financial Institution, 2011”.

tions. This position is expected to champion NPSCU’s exceptional member service philosophy

by working an integral of the and service team. Reporting to theas Senior Manager part of Finance, thesales Analyst is responsible for providing detailed financial analysis of current and future financial trends to assist in managing the Credit Union’s financial status and overall stability. The Analyst will handle the day to day overall cash position the Credit Union and will use accounting techniquesinstitution to compile, analyze The successful candidate will have of a minimum 3 years experience in a financial with and document the Credit Union’s financial and operational data. The Analyst summarizes and reports the information and statements, success inquarterly establishing maintaining The ideal cantoproven be usedsales in financial reports,and budget preparation community and regulatory networks. filings and conducts audits and didate business will have extensive saleswilland marketing experience with influences an aptitude for outstanding analyzes results. The Analyst be involved in measuring economic and competitors’ financial statistics, as service, well as performing and analysis and relative losses knowledge or possible adversities related to these trends member personalresearch financial literacy, an to expert of lending procedures inon the Credit Union. The key aspect of the role is ensuring accurate financial reporting throughout the organization by cluding proven expertise in construction mortgage financing. You possess excellent mortgage working closely with various departments and management. underwriting and relationship building skills, are adept at negotiating, have strong analytical

The successful candidate hold a Bachelor’s in Accounting or Finance, plus years ofwork relevant financial skills, and are detail will oriented. You are aDegree proven business developer in a2-4mobile environexperience. The ideal candidate will be proficient with accounting software and financial reporting applications as well ment and adaptable to work flexible hours. Interested candidates please apply, in confidence as Microsoft Excel, have a solid working knowledge of software and database systems used in financial reporting, and a with technical references to: knowledge. You are highly motivated, must demonstrate flexibility and have a proven track strong accounting record for personal development. You are capable of working independently and as a team member and have the ability olivia Coordinator to solve problems creatively and deal with difficult andYoung, stressful Human situations.resources Excellent written and oral communications North Savings Creditplease Union skills along with effective listening and questioning skillspeace required. Interestedand candidates apply, in confidence with references by september 7, 2012: 10344-100th St Olivia young, Resources coordinator Fort St. John, BC,Human V1J 3Z1 north Peace savings and credit union Fax: 250-787-9191 or e-mail: 10344-100th st., Fort st. John,careers@npscu.ca Bc, V1J 3Z1 For a Fax: complete role description, visit: www.npscu.ca 250-787-9191 or e-mail: careers@npscu.ca For a complete role description, visit: www.npscu.ca

Applicants are invited to submit their resumes, complete with cover letter and references “in confidence” to: Peace River Regional District Attention: Diana Mitchell, Executive Assistant PO Box 810, Dawson Creek, BC V1G 4H8 Email: Diana.Mitchell@prrd.bc.ca Telephone: (250) 784-3200 Fax: (250) 784-3201 Closing date for this opportunity will be 4:30 p.m. on Friday, october 19, 2012. We thank you for your interest, however, only those applicants selected for interviews will be contacted.

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committee was through a videoconference, and while it didn’t result in what she was initially seeking, she said it did spark an interest around Restorative Justice. “It started a conversation and we’re keeping that conversation going.” Mark Dalton, MLA for Maple Ridge/Mission, was also on the financial committee board. He said his community experienced the same issues the NPRJS face. “In our program there were challenges year to year with Restorative Justice Program funding,” he said. However, it wasn’t until recent that his city finally got out of that slump. “About two to three years ago we were able to get gaming funds on a regular basis, hopefully it will be maintained year to year.” Restorative Justice started in 1994 in Fort St. John, it originally received a provincial grant of $25,000 but it was cut back in 2002. The city, however, has continued to maintain a grant of $25,000 since the society’s inception in the early 90s. For the first time, the NPRJS received a $40,000-gaming grant from the province earlier this year. Until it receives long term funding, LaBoucane said the Society would continue to use different avenues in attempt to keep its doors open. “At this point of time, we are just using things like fundraising, applying for grants, chasing down to try and find funds to keep these programs up and running in our communities.” The Society is hosting their largest annual Rocky Horror Pictures Show fundraiser on Oct. 13 at The Lido. If the NPRJS receives a stable long-term funding, whether it is from the province or the Civil Forfeiture, LaBoucane said it would benefit the community in more ways than one. “It means a couple of things: it means employment for a couple of people in our community; it means teaching our children and youth that ‘Yes, you can make a mistake, but you can learn from your mistake,’” she said. “And, how to become a community member.” But LaBoucane admits that there is still resistance towards the Restorative Justice approach. “One of the perceptions we had is that the general public isn’t

ready for Restorative Justice.” Restorative justice is a diversion program that allows firsttime offenders to attain atonement without going through the court system. According to a study by a former New Zealand professor of criminology, Allison Morris, some believe that restorative justice doesn’t provide ‘justice’ and “lacks legitimacy”. Pimm said there are B.C. communities that don’t see benefits to restorative justice. “Not all communities have had the same success as the Fort St. John Restorative Justice,” he said. But LaBoucane believes that restorative justice is a “natural consequence” to the offence committed. “People would like harsher sentences for murderers and pedophiles, yes, but the feeling I get is that the general public would like meaningful reparation and quick and decisive action,” she said. “Restorative justice can do that if it is given the resources.” The NPRJS primarily works with first-time offenders. “In Fort St. John we target first time offenders, and they must show remorse, and an officer can tell if an offender has true remorse.” Once the crime is committed, sometimes even before charges are laid, the offender meets with the victim. “The discussion goes on to how to repair the harm, letters of apology, restitution or community service hours.” The NPRJS started using the community gardens as a means for the offenders to put in their community service hours. They harvested potatoes, which were then donated to the Salvation Army. “If they are successful, it’s done and over with, there’s no criminal record, it doesn’t carry with them.”

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The NPRJS doesn’t take on domestic violence cases, said LaBoucane, unless it is court mandated. The NPRJS has not yet dealt with any domestic violence cases. It is estimated the NPRJS has saved the provincial government over $400,000, by proving to have lower recidivism, in Fort St. John, there have also been 74 referrals from the RCMP that led offenders to restorative justice from September 2011 to September 2012.

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Vold, Jones & Vold Auction Co. Ltd. Jones‘MILE & VoldZERO Auction Co. Ltd. DAWSON CREEK Vold, AUCTION CITY’

DAWSON ‘MILE ZERO CITY’ 301-116th Ave.CREEK DawsonAUCTION Creek, british Columbia Dawson Creek Office: 250-782-3766 VJV Main Office: 403-783-5561 Cattle Sales, Don 301-116th Ave. Dawson Creek, British Columbia Fessler: 250-719-5561 Fax: 250-782-6622

Dawson Creek Office: 250-782-3766 VJV Main Office: 403-783-5561 Cattle Sales, Don Fessler: 250-719-5561 Fax: 250-782-6622

MARKET REpORT OCTObER 4, 2012 CATTLE REPORT SLAUGHTER CATTLE On Thursday, October 4, 2012, 650 head of cattle went through our ring SLAUGHTER CATTLE D1 - D2 Cows 55.00-64.00

395 head ofD3 cattle went through the ring of Dawson Creek Action on July 8, 2010 - D4 Cows 45.00-53.00 SALES EVERY THURSDAY! Holstein Cows N/A D1 - D2 Cows 53.00-56.00 Heiferettes 65.00-75.00 D3 - D4 Cows 48.00-53.00 Bologna Bulls 65.00-75.00 Holstein Cows 50.00-53.00 Feeder Bulls 68.00-80.00 Heiferettes 55.00-65.00 Good Bred Cows N/A Bologna Bulls 62.00-72.50 Good Bred Heifers N/A Feeder Bulls 65.00-70.00 Milk Cows N/A Good Bred Cows None Cow/ Calf Pairs (younger) N/A Good Bred Heifers None Cow/ Calf Pairs (older) 1100.00-1400.00

Cow/ Calf Pairs Older Cows Milk Cows

Car seats can be recycled By NEAT PEACE REGION – It’s the news parents have been waiting for- car seats are now recyclable in the peace region. Car seat sales are sky high in our region, which makes perfect sense with an approximated birth rate of 1000 babies a year. Parents purchase car seats with the purpose of protecting their child from harm. A great amount of time is spent researching the best, safest car seat on the market and once parents have chosen and bought the perfect car seat they spend hours second guessing themselves, worrying if this piece of plastic, cushion and fabric will really protect their beloved little one in the event of an accident. Each child goes through 3-4 car seats and boosters in their lifetime, depending on the type of seat that is purchased. Car seats have an expiration date usually 7 years after the manufacture date - and parents are advised not to purchase used car seats

because they can’t be too sure as to whether they are still in good working condition or not. What happens to all these once perfect, once protective, once loved car seats? Where do they go when they have expired or been in an accident? For a long time hard plastics, such as the kind in car seats, were not labelled with a number indicating what type of plastic they were made from. This made car seats difficult to recycle and they would end up in the landfill. Today, thanks to dedicated recyclers in our region, car seats no longer have to find their end of life in the landfill. The car seat plastic is now able to be recycled at local recycling depots. Before dropping off a car seat please strip them of all fabric, belts, metal, and cushion. At some recycling depots the metal can be taken in and recycled but please call ahead to ask before dropping them off. Car seats are only accepted at local depots and not drop off bins. NEAT is excited to announce the Car Seat Recycling Roundup that will take place October 15-19. Stripped car seats can be dropped off at the NEAT offices in Fort St John, Dawson Creek and Chetwynd during that week from 9am-5pm. Originally there was going to be a $15 fee for processing, but we have found a way, with the help of our local recycling depots, to wave the cost and make this opportunity free for the public. Car seats can also be dropped off at the local recycling depots during office hours throughout the year. Phone (250) 785-7907 Recycling car seats now isn’t Toll Free 1-888-830-9909 that a NEAT idea.

900.00-1000.00 None None

STOCKERS AND FEEDERS

Good Feeder Steers 1000 lbs Plus: 100.00-107.00 Heifers Good Feeder Steers 900 lbs Plus: 110.00-121.00 Heifers Good Feeder Steers 800 lbs Plus: 119.00-130.00 Heifers Good Feeder Steers 1000 lbs Plus: N/A Heifers Good Feeder Steers 700 lbs Plus: 120.00-137.00 Heifers Good Feeder Steers 900 lbs Plus: N/A Heifers Good 130.00-140.00 Heifers Good Feeder Feeder Steers Steers 600 800 lbs lbs Plus: Plus: 92.00-100.00 Heifers Good 145.00-155.00 Good Feeder Feeder Steers Steers 500 700 lbs lbs Plus: Plus: 102.00-108.00 Heifers Heifers Good Feeder Feeder Steers Steers 400 600 lbs lbs Plus: Plus: 110.00-118.00 Heifers Heifers Good 160.00-181.00 Good Feeder Steers 500 lbs Plus: 115.00-125.00 Heifers Good Feeder Steers 300 lbs Plus: 170.00-190.00 Heifers Good Feeder Steers 400 lbs Plus: 110.00-125.00 Heifers Monday, October 15, 2012 Calf/Yearling Sale Good Feeder Steers 300 lbs Plus: None Heifers

STOCKERS AND FEEDERS

90.00-105.00 105.00-114.00 108.00-116.00 N/A 110.00-120.00 N/A 120.00-133.00 80.00-88.00 135.00-148.00 85.00-92.00 98.00-104.00 145.00-160.00 100.00-108.00 150.00-190.00 100.00-110.00 None

Vold, Jones & Vold Auction Co. Ltd. Upcoming Sales: Vold, Jones &@ Vold10:00 Auction Co. Ltd. Sales Every Thursday a.m. DAWSON CREEK AUCTION ‘MILE ZERO CITY’ DAWSON CREEK AUCTION ‘MILE ZERO CITY’ 301-116thSale Ave. Dawson Creek, british Columbia Dawson Creek Office: Horse September 25/2010 301-116th Dawson British Columbia 250-782-3766Ave. VJV Main Office:Creek, 403-783-5561 Cattle Sales, Don Fessler: 250-719-5561 Fax: 250-782-6622

9604-112 Street, Fort St. John, BC

Dawson Creek Office: 250-782-3766 VJV Main Office: 403-783-5561 Cattle Sales, Don Fessler: 250-719-5561 Fax: 250-782-6622

CATTLE REPORT SLAUGHTER CATTLE

WEAVER

395 head of cattle went through the ring of Dawson Creek Action on July 8, 2010 THE AUCTIO SALES EVERY THURSDAY!

D1 - D2 Cows D3 - D4 Cows Holstein Cows Heiferettes Bologna Bulls Feeder Bulls Good Bred Cows Good Bred Heifers Cow/ Calf Pairs KENWORTH T800 GRAVEL TRUCK Older Cows Milk Cows

N A D VA N TA G E

UNRESERVED AUCTIONS www.weaverauctions.com

53.00-56.00 48.00-53.00 50.00-53.00 55.00-65.00 Weaver Sale Yard • Rycroft, AB • 62.00-72.50 65.00-70.00 None None 900.00-1000.00 PARTIAL LIST: None CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT: 2009 Bobcat S300 None

EQUIPMENT AUCTION Internet Bidding

TUESDAY, OCTOBER 30, 2012 • 9:00 a.m.

HAYBUSTER 2640 BALE PROCESSOR

skidsteer loader, bucket • John Deere 450 crawler, angle dozer, pto • Clark GPS15 forklift, 42 in. pallet forks, hi-lift mast, gel STOCKERS filled AND tires, FEEDERS on propane • ATTACHMENTS: Snow wing to fit Cat 140 grader • Unused 84 in. q/c Good Feeder Steers 1000 lbs Plus: snowN/A bucket •Heifers Unused catN/A 72 in. q/c hyd. snow blade • TRUCKS: 2000 Kenworth T800 t/a gravGood Feeder Steers 900 lbs Plus: N/A Heifers N/A el truck, 60 Series Detroit, 18 spd, 46k rears, a/r susp, 11R-24.5 alum wheels, 15 ft. box, tarp, Good Feeder Steers 800 lbs Plus: 92.00-100.00 Heifers 80.00-88.00 pup hitch • TRAILERS: 2007 Triple axle flatdeck 5th wheel trailer, 16 in. tires • Midland t/a gravGood Feeder Steers 700 lbs Plus: 102.00-108.00 Heifers 85.00-92.00 Good Feeder Steers 600 lbs Plus: 98.00-104.00 el110.00-118.00 pup trailer • Heifers 1979 Brute t/a gravel pup trailer, spring susp, tarp, 11R-24.5 tires • 1979 M&M t/a Good Feeder Steers 500 lbs Plus: 115.00-125.00 Heifers 100.00-108.00 FLEXI-COIL 33 FT. CULTIVATOR gravel pup trailer, spring susp, tarp, 11R-24.5 tires • Trojan 20 ft. alum gravel box, tarp • 16 ft. Good Feeder Steers 400 lbs Plus: 110.00-125.00 Heifers 100.00-110.00 steelNone gravel box, tarp • P/U's Good Feeder Steers 300 lbs Plus: Heifers None and CARS: 2005 Ford F350 XLT E-cab 4wd pickup, diesel, auto, long box • 2003 Ford F250 XLT E-cab 4 wheel drive pickup, diesel, auto • 2003 Dodge Dakota 4 wheel Upcoming Sales: drive pickup • Dodge Ram 350 service truck, V8, auto • 1995 Ford Escort car, white, 2 door, BC reg. Sales Every Thursday @ treatment 10:00 a.m. • Mobile unit, fibreglass • PRESSURE WASHERS HARVEST25/2010 EQUIPMENT: Case-IH 6000 21 ft. d/s swather, gas • HAY and FORAGE EQUIPMENT: Horse Sale September Haybuster 2640 bale processor, grain tank • Haybuster 256II bale processor • TILLAGE: Flexi-Coil 800 33 ft. d/t cultivator, NH3 kit, mt. harrows • LIVESTOCK EQUIPMENT: (35) 24 ft. freestanding livestock panels • MISC: (2) 8 ft. slide-in aluminum service boxes • (6) Unused Easy-Kleen Magnum Gold 4000 psi 12v hot water pressure washers, 15 hp, gas, CLARK GPS15 FORKLIFT electric start, self-contained • (3) Unused Easy-Kleen Magnum Plus 4000 psi hot water pressure washers, 15 hp, gas, electric start, 120v burner • (2) Unused TM90 plate tampers, 6.5 hp eng., water tank • (10) 1000 litre poly tote tanks • 2800, 3000, and 3500 kva gen sets •

CONSIGN YOUR EQUIPMENT TODAY!

Call JEFF at 780.864.7750, DON at 780.518.7602 or LORNE at 250.219.0871 2005 FORD F350 E-CAB

We are adding equipment to this sale on a daily basis, for complete up to date information log on to weaverauctions.com Weaver Bros. Auctions Ltd. • Auctioneers for the B.C. and Alberta Peace Country JEFF WEAVER • 780.864.7750 • DON MOYLAN • 780.518.7602 • LORNE WEAVER • 250.219.0871

JOHN DEERE 450 CRAWLER


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Although tankers have been safely navigating the north coast and its channels for decades, marine safety remains a top priority for British Columbians. We have been planning the Northern Gateway Project for over a decade, with a particular focus on protecting the environment. We have added specific safety requirements to our marine operations plan to help make the waters of the north coast safer not just for tankers serving the project, but for all marine vessels.

Tankers will reduce speeds in the channels…

Qualified BC Coast Pilots will board and guide all tankers… To prevent spills, all tankers serving the project will be modern and double-hulled, and will be vetted by independent, third party agencies before entering Canadian waters. Once strict safety and environmental standards are met, they will be guided through the Douglas and Principe Channels by qualified BC Coast Pilots.

Tankers travel slowly, but to make sure that marine species and their habitats are respected, tankers will be required to reduce speed as they pass through certain sections of the channels. Even their escort tugboats will have quieter engines to reduce underwater noise.

Powerful tugboats will escort tankers… Additional radar and navigational aids will improve safety for all vessels…

Tugboats have been shown to significantly reduce tanker incidents worldwide. Powerful tugboats that have been specially commissioned for Northern Gateway will assist in the safe arrival and departure of tankers. All tankers will be attended by a close escort tug. In the channels, laden tankers will have two tugs–one tethered at all times. These tugboats will have emergency response equipment on board and will be capable of assisting any marine vessel.

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For increased safety and sure guidance, additional radar systems and navigational aids, such as beacons, buoys and lights, will be installed throughout the routes. This will not only improve safety for tankers, but for all marine traffic on the north coast.

Discover more about our rigorous marine safety plan and join the conversation at marine.northerngateway.ca.

It’s more than a pipeline.

It’s a path to delivering energy safely.

©2012 Northern Gateway Pipelines Inc.

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