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Friday, April 8 5pm-10pm Saturday, April 9 10 am-9pm Sunday, April 10 11am-5pm

Admission Adults - $700 Seniors & Youth - $500

(Youth 9-18 • Seniors Over 65)

Family of 4 $20 Children 8 & under accompanied by ADULT free

All children get a free coupon for the Family Fun Zone all paid admissions get a chance at a major door prize

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Welcome to the show: THE 39TH ANNUAL CKNL TRADE SHOW

Well, here we are, one year short of 40 years of putting on this annual spring time extravaganza. And as we close out our third decade of shows, I am pleased to be able to say, I think we have an exciting and entertaining show that fulfills our mandate of trying to make the people happy by having someShow Manager thing for everybody. With more than 250 exGene Daniel hibits, displays and attractions, we cover the gauntlet, that`s for sure. As was the case last year, we are back in the Pomeroy Sport Centre, known as the Enerplex last year. The show is all under one roof… just as big if not bigger than last year. While there were some growing pains in our first year in the new building, by and large it was a very positive and rewarding outcome, so we had no hesitation coming back again making the necessary changes and tweaks for a better show. I hope you enjoy what we have to offer. If we have to pick one main attraction, it has to be the appearance of Krystal Elder and her Snap Dragons live Reptile Show. We are fortunate to be able to have someone of her stature bring this show to us in Fort St. John and I fully expect, the show on the 2nd level of the Pomeroy Sport Centre will be one of the busier places all weekend. Another attraction that

can`t be missed is the appearance of the Twin Anchors Houseboats… a first time ever for our trade shows. The cruiser on display in front of the Pomeroy Sport Center is open for a walk through, and if you go to the Twin Anchors booth by the Energy FM and the Bear FM and the door prize Draw Barrels, on the 2nd level, you might very well win the grand prize of all time…a one week vacation aboard the Cruise Craft ll, cruising in style for an unforgettable vacation experience on the Shuswap Lake this spring or summer. There are other outstanding door prizes to be won, and they are all listed below this article. Many thanks go out to the contributors of these door prizes. I am also very pleased with the schedule of activities and attractions we have lined up at the Family Fun Zone on the 2nd level. Making a first time appearance is In Zone Party’s laser tag …a 16 hundred square foot inflatable that should mesmerize the youngsters when they hit the Family Zone. Beside the laser tag, there’s the Just 4 Fun Bouncy Castle and the Blueberry Ministry Centre’s large inflatable slide. Then there’s Twisty T with her balloon animals and Betty`s Amazing Faces, facepainting to a new level. Fun for kids of all ages at the Family Fun Zone. And to round out our lineup of activities and attractions there’s The Lido Theatre/Deere John Entertainment Zone on level one and Camp Sagitawa`s Rock Climbing Wall also on the first level. Last year we initiated the Food Court on the 2nd level, and it went so well we have brought it back with a variety of five food and drink establishments and a cleanup crew comprised of Stage North volunteers. Beside the Food Court there are other snack and eating options throughout the show and a

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couple of year long regulars at the Pomeroy Sport Centre in Booster Juice and Jane’s Grill. By perusing this trade show supplement put out by the North East News, you should pretty well get all the information you are going to need for the trade show and for the heart of the show, go to pages B10 and B11 where the maps are located and you will see alphabetically, all of the exhibitors who make up the show. They are the bread and butter. Without them, we have nothing to show. Many are returnees and yet a good 35 to 40 per cent are newcomers. It is a real nice mix and we thank all the exhibitors for being here. I close my comments with heartfelt thanks to a group of individuals who work tirelessly before and during the show to ensure the general public gets a great show. This group is headed by Jeanette Johnston who not only assisted greatly as the assistant show producer but toils all weekend long with her husband Blair and family in looking after one of the door entrances. In the same category on working the doors tirelessly are Cynthia and Mark Lanovaz who have been helping me for more than a dozen years. Another awesome twosome is Nyomi Foster and Donni Levac who handle all the accounting trade show weekend. They are invaluable. As are the Astral Radio team of sales, on air and administration who all contribute in one way or another. And for the third year in a row I am blessed to have with me a great crew who work with me in the set up and help wherever needed during the show. My extreme gratitude to Roger Ness and his team, John and Ann Mast, Molly Stark, Andrea Brooks, Christina Hogarth, and Mary Daniel. This is the team that makes it happen. We hope you like what we have put together for you this year.


Win a Seven Night Vacaton on a houseboat at the show

Organizers are always striving to find something new and different to attract people to the CKNL TRADE SHOW, and they think they have found it this year with the first time ever appearance by a houseboat company, Twin Anchors, from Sicamous. Not only is Twin Anchors in attendance with a 35 foot Cruiser that sleeps six and that will be on display on the Plaza in front of the Pomeroy Sport Centre throughout the trade show, they are also offering this year’s top door prize a seven night vacation aboard one of their luxurious houseboats. “It is a real coup to have Twin Anchors here,” says Trade Show Manager Gene Daniel. “We are indeed fortunate they included

us on their circuit tour of western Canada.” The public will have an opportunity to walk through the cruiser on display. All patrons 19 years of age and over who attend the trade show, will be given a draw slip for a chance to win the top prize which is valued at more than $5000.00. Entry forms are to be deposited at the Energy/Bear booth on the 2nd level where Twin Anchors is also set up to answer any questions you might have about houseboating. The draw will take place at 4:30 PM, on April 10th at the Draw Barrel site. Courtesy of Twin Anchors Houseboats, here are the details of the top prize. It is a 7 night vacation aboard a luxurious Cruise Craft ll – 15 sleeper houseboat on the Shuswap Lakes.

The winner can vacation any time except long weekends between May 1 and October 31, 2011. The houseboat has all the amenities you would ever want including a self contained fully equipped galley, 3 staterooms, 2 bathrooms, a residential range, 2 refrigerators, dishwasher, microwave, clothes dryer, home entertainment system that has CD stereo, TV and DVD, VHF communication, propane BBQ, fireplace, hot tub, and bridge deck command centre.

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Draws Take Place at 4:30 PM on Sunday April 10th At the Energy FM / Bear FM Booth on the 2nd Floor of the Pomeroy Sport CCentre

A 7 Night Vacation aboard a Cruise Craft II - 15 Sleeper Houseboat on Shuswap Lakes. More Than $5000 Value

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Krystal Elder and Her Snap Dragons Live Reptile Show Entertaining….educational….maybe even a once in a lifetime experience for many people…a chance to see a variety of reptiles such as the Sulcata Tortoise, the five foot long Honduran Milk Snake, the Crested Gecko, a green iguana, spiny tail lizard…just some of the creatures you`ll encounter at Krystal Elder`s “Snap Dragons Live Reptile show” at the Pomeroy Sports Centre 2nd level all three days of the CKNL Trade Show. Krystal will have special performance times at the trade show but in between performances there will be opportunities to visit with Krystal and learn more about her exceptional hobby. Krystal has been slowly evolving since 1999 when Krystal acquired her first iguana from her mother when she first moved to Edmonton. While her mother believed it to be a harmless obsession, she soon learned that she had created a monster. More than ten years later, Krystal has been successfully breeding and raising leopard geckos on a small scale, and is now

expanding this breeding hobby to include Kenyan Sand boas, corn snakes, and African Fat Tail geckos. As space allows, these projects will only grow. Snap Dragons is a business run by Krystal that was inspired and developed from a hobbyist`s passion of reptiles, amphibians and arachnids. What started with a single pet iguana turned into a career as quality pet supplies are shipped in for resale, feeder bug colonies have replaced the many books in the office and incubators are being filled with eggs from various animals. In addition to performing, she breeds snakes and lizards. She has a large diverse pet collection including dogs, cats, geckos, iguanas, pythons, king snakes, monitors, the popular Speedy the Sulcata Tortoise and her husband Dave. Krystal has been featured in many articles such as the Edmonton Journal and was the VP of the Edmonton Reptile and Amphibian Society before her SnapDragons Show took more of her time. Krystal has been seen on TV as well as becoming one

of the faces for a marketing campaign by the Western Canadian Reptile Expo. She has wowed thousands at corporate functions, schools, malls as well as displaying her reptiles at a zoo and working with her team at outdoor fairs. From private functions to large stages, Krystal has educated and entertained her crowds by discussing each one of her supporting cast of reptiles. Always eager to assist, Krystal offers personal Q and A`s and invites everyone to view the reptiles from a closer perspective. You may even have a chance to watch them take a dinner break eating a variety of vegetables. Her goal is to educate and to encourage proper husbandry associated with these exotic animals and help people to understand them as opposed to fear them. This major Trade Show attraction is a once in a lifetime opportunity to view some of the most amazing reptiles on earth. “Hands on Encounters!” “ Don`t Forget to Bring Your Cameras”

KRYSTAL ELDER AND HER SNAP DRAGONS LIVE REPTILE SHOW 2nd level Pomeroy Sports Centre • Performance Schedule: Friday, April 8th: 7:30 PM • Saturday, April 9th: 1 PM and 4 PM Sunday, April 10th 12 Noon and 3 PM

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Entertainment Zone at the Show Fort St John has been designated as the “Music Capital of Northern BC”. And a good reason why this designation has been bestowed on the city comes from the hard work and effort put in by the individuals who make the Lido Theatre tick, and Fort St John`s country music phenomena, “Deere John.” The Lido Theatre team headed

by Brian Kirschner and Byron Stewart, and the Deere John members consisting of Randy Gee, Craig Brooks, James Webster, and Ken Kirschner will be circulating at the “Lido Theatre/Deere John Entertainment Zone” this trade show weekend. The Zone will feature a sampling of acoustic entertainers including Deere John and other acts associated with the Lido, who was just voted Fort St John`s best live entertainment venue. By stopping off at the Entertainment Zone, you will also get a good idea of what`s up and coming at the Lido which is now entering its 5th year of operation under the present format. Deere John, who released in October their 2nd album in four years, “Plough Your Mind”, is preparing for a major CD Release Party at the Lido Theatre in May, and will be selling tickets to this event as

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well as their new CD and their debut selftitled CD. At the trade show they`ll perform acoustically from time to time, but to really get the full flavor of the band, make sure you take in the CD Release Party and hear and see the band doing a live performance. You will not be disappointed in the high energy and excitement they put into each and every live performance. The Lido Theatre/ Deere John Entertainment Zone is situated in booths 113 and 114.

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Pomeroy Sport Centre - Home to the CKNL Trade Show “EVERYTHING UNDER ONE ROOF ON TWO LEVELS” One of the most significant changes in 38 years of trade

shows in Fort St. John took place last year when the Trade Show moved to the city owned Pomeroy Sport Centre or the Enerplex as it was known by last year. The move was an instant success. Despite some growing pains and some tweaking that has been done for this year, the comments last year by exhibitors and the patrons were generally and overwhelming positive. What most people liked was that the entire show was under one roof. No longer did fair goers have to travel to three separate buildings to see the show. Patrons and the exhibitors were also complimentary about the state of the art facility with its attractive look inside and out. The Trade Show this year like last year will use two levels of the building. On the first level, with two NHL sized rinks, there`s close to 80 thousand square feet that is utilized for the trade show and on the second level, which is a 400 meter speed skating oval, one of only three indoor Olympic sized long tracks in North America, there is 60 thousand

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ON SITE SECURITY COMING THE LONGEST WAY Security is taken seriously at the Trade Show. That’s why Trade One exhibitor from Ontario and another exhibitor from California have the distinction of coming the furthest way to be at this Show organizers always hire Code 3 Security. For the last seven year`s trade show. Michaud Toys from Jarvis Ontario is making years, this professional security firm has provided top notch sera first time appearance at the CKNL Trade Show. Marc Michaud vice not only during the show hours but overnight in the building will be bringing with him beautiful handcrafted wooden games. security. Their work is invaluable and many thanks go out for This exhibit can be found in booth # 136 B on the first level of their exemplary service over the years. FOOD COURT CLEAN UP CREW PSC. Antony Swan Management is the California based firm that One of the most popular features last year was the Food Court is presenting infinite Aloe Skin Care Products. You`ll be able to on the 2nd level of the Pomeroy Sport Centre. Not only is there view and sample the product in booth # 260 on the 2nd level of the a good variety of food and beverages, there are lots of tables and Pomeroy Sport Centre. chairs to sit on and to enjoy your food and drink in comfort. With the SPECIAL DOOR PRIZE DRAW AT vast numbers of people using this area, cleanup is essential. And USC EDUCATION SAVINGS that`s where Stage North Theatre Society comes in. They will be A special door prize draw of a $2,000 cash value RESP will be the cleanup crew making sure the tables are kept clean, garbage is awarded to someone 8 and under at the close of the 2011 CKNL removed, and the area stays inviting for patrons. 10440 100 Street 10442-100th Street Trade Show. Stage North is a non profit society with about 130 members who 250-787-1553 250-787-1552 The prize is being made possible by Jodi Hoeght, USC Educa- are dedicated to producing quality theatre and providing career tion Savings Plan Inc. Sales Representative for Fort St John and options for youth in the North area and long time participant at the CKNL Trade Show. Jodi Peace. Volunteers are always says she is making this door prize available as a “Thank You” for welcome especially if interested the exceptional support she has received from Fort St John and in stagecraft, acting, lighting and area residents over the years. sound for productions. The final The Door Prize draw will be made from all entries put in the stage play of the 2010-11 season draw box at the USC Education Savings Plan Inc. booth #203 on is Kingfisher Days by Canadian the 2nd level at the Pomeroy Sport Centre. playwright Susan Coyne and All parents, grandparents and guardians with children 8 and un- directed by Claire Eckford on der should stop by and take advantage of this outstanding chance April 29, 30 and May 5, 6, and to win. 7 at the North peace Cultural The $2000 Cash Value RESP Draw will take place at 4:30 PM Centre in Fort St John. on April 10th. ON SITE ATM AT THE TRADE SHOW One of the most requested Neufeld Petroleum and Propane is proud to be part of the items at last year`s trade show was “Is there an ATM on site?” Fort St. John community. We service our local community Unfortunately there was not. and industries with: However this year, 2011 Trade Show organizers are happy to report they took note and have • Bulk propane delivery responded with an on-site ATM • Propane products and services for the oil and gas industry on the first level of the Pomeroy Sport Centre. Exact location • Cardlock fuelling with 24/7 access will be highlited with signage • Propane tank rentals and sales and will be readily accessible. • Auto propane ON SITE FIRST AID With the large number of • Propane cylinder refills and recertification people who go through the • BBQs and accessories trade show, some 12 thousand • Licensed automotive shop services people annually, every precaution for every eventuality has to Visit us at the CKNL Trade Show for be taken and trade show organizers always make sure there an opportunity to win some great is always first aid presence at draw prizes! the show. St John Ambulance, a perennial attendee, is once again available to provide first aid services should the need arise. St John Ambulance will also 10304 Alaska Road 724 114 Avenue be on hand with a trade show Fort St. John Dawson Creek booth to make the general public aware of the services they 250.785.5000 250.782.6000 provide. Look for them in booth # 78 on the first level of 24 hour service • the Pomeroy Sport Centre. Come see us at Booth # 123 on the Main Floor

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Where to eat at the show

Back again after a successful launch last year is the “Food Court” on the 2nd level at the Pomeroy Sport Centre. A variety of establishments are situated here with a variety of food being offered. And for your convenience, there are tables and chairs around the Food Court area to allow you to eat and drink in comfort. This year`s Food Court Participants: A & W Restaurant: featuring whistle dogs, ice cream cones, root beer floats, milk shakes, coffee and pop Franco`s Pizza: Back again with his pizza by the slice plus beverages. Peace Country Meats: The place to come for ribs, wings, and pulled pork. Nick`s Nuts: A variety of nuts and candy, slushies and hard ice cream, snow cones, cotton candy, bottled water, coffee and tea Yummy`s Donuts: Yummiest donuts around. Bite sized ecstasy. This year with two mini donut making machines to serve you twice as fast…twice as much. Also on the 2nd level: Swiss Style Nuts: Booth 240 A. Freshly roasted peanuts, almonds, pecans, sunflower seeds, hazelnuts, brittle, poppycock,

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fudge products, candy apples, caramel apples, and floss. On the 1st Level: Temptations: Booth 1 & 2. Fudge, chocolate, candy and caramel apples, cotton candy, sno cones, nachos, freshly squeezed lemonade, hot dogs, slush, pop and coffee. Tastebuds: Booth 83. Hard ice cream, snow cones, cotton candy and popcorn. Weigert Enterprises: Booth 112. First time ever at the show, elephant ears. Also, poppy seed strudel, Kettle corn, beef jerky, pepperoni, home made sausages and other meats. Home made perogies and cabbage rolls. Swiss Style Nuts: Booth 40. Same great lineup as in booth 240 A. Pomeroy Sport Centre First Level Lobby: Jane’s Grill: The burgers and hot dogs you crave plus chips ands a full lineup of beverages. Pomeroy Sport Centre Second Level Lobby: Booster Juice & Smoothie Bar: Famous smoothies and more including protein drinks and all your favorite wraps and paninis .

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Best Booth Awards from 2010 Trade Show

Every year, awards are handed out to deserving exhibitors who put a lot of thought effort and originality into their booth. Judges are looking for booths that best exemplify what the business is all about, how the display stands out, and of course, the WOW factor. Over the past 38 years, there have been three firms who have won special meritorious awards for their consistent outstanding displays and numerous top three awards. The businesses that have earned that honour are: Trail Blazin` Power, Roxanne`s Interiors, and Systems by Trail. Looking at last year`s top three finishers, they were as follows: Creative Ironworks and Design of Calgary with their dazzling display of homemade

metal art and sculptures. They are coming back for a third consecutive year and will be in booths #63 and 64. Taking second spot last year was Fine Point Cedar Homes & Natures Best Landscape Products. The judges were impressed how Fine Point portrayed their Lindal Home display and while they will not be in this year`s show, Nature`s Best Landscape Products will be back joining forces with Rustico Log Structures in booth #124. And taking third spot was The Scottish Shoppe. Jim Osborne and son of the Scottish Shoppe, who are regulars at the trade show but unfortunately this year, they are visiting Scotland at the same time as the Trade Show and won’t be in attendance but ask their many fans, to look for them in 2012.






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Stop in and see us at the 39th Annual CKNL Trade Show April 8,9,10 Come see us at Booth #155 & 156 on the first level of the Pomeroy Sport Centre 10516 Alaska Road, Fort St. John 250-785-6675

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39th Annual CKNL Trade Show

Booth Numbers Vendor


5th Ave Jewellery 79 A1 Orthotics & Marketing 133B Adrenaline Sports 101 Alaska Ave Dental 33 All West Glass 127 Alpine Glass 131 ALS Environmental 243 Antony Swan Mgt. 260 Apollo Ave 234 Arbonne 32 Artic Spas 125 ASTRAL – EnergyFM & The Bear 238 ASTRAL – Draw Barrels 239 Bargains Galore 58 BC Cancer Agency R BC First Party 35 BC Hydro 9 BC Oil & Gas Commission 267 BC Senior Games 7 BC Timber Sales 77 Becks Enterprises 148 Big Bam Ski Hill Q Bob Cat of the Peace 129 Bob Cat of the Peace 130 Bottom Line Optimization 27 Budget Blinds 244 C & V Trailers 123 C.L.A.C 221

Cal Gas 210 Camp Sagitawa 154 Canwest Group Benefits 80 Century 21 Y Century 21 Z CHD Enterprise 215 Chelsea’s Hair Salon 128 Christian Life School 46 CIBC 242 City of Fort St John 110 COSTCO 67 COSTCO 68 Crafty Folk F Creative Ironworks 63 Creative Ironworks 64 Cresent Moon Duvet 49 Daksha’s spices 25 Dasa 134A Deere John 113 Discovery Shoes/Marc’s Foot 4 Discovery Shoes/Marc’s Foot 5 District of Taylor 106 District of Taylor 107 Double Kick Drum 248 Dushay Welding 145 Eagle Vision N Easy Build Structures 152 Emerge Design 233 Employment Connections 220 Enform 217 Enviro Home Inc 104 Epicure Selections (Janzen) 241

Epicure Selections (Nadine Kam) 62 Ever Creation Home Décor 262 Expressions Furniture 102 Expressions Furniture 103 Family Image Photography 74 Fantasy Toys 200 Fantasy Toys 201 Fiona’s Clothing 252 Fisher King Charters 65 Fort St John Co-op 253 Fort St John Co-op 254 Fort St John Curling Rink 237 Fort St John Oilfield Christian Fellowship 255 Fort St John Soccer Club 218 Foster’s Covered Wagons 140 Foster’s Covered Wagons 141 Foster’s Covered Wagons 142 FSJ Hospital Auxiliary 34 FSJ Link Golf Course 76 FSJ Women’s Resource Society (COURTEOUSY OF NORTHEAST NEWS) 228 Garlic Goodness 135B Gideons 47 Global Maximum Investments 37 Global Wealth Trade 75 Glow Portraits 22 Gold Canyon Candles 232 Goodies by Thelma 3 Gorcomb O Gramma’s Attic 10 Graph X 143 Great North Creations 56 Greensmart Manufacturing 230 HairBin J

Halinzsco Ventures 231 Hans On Mechanical 53 Harley Davidson 126 Heritage Makers 269 Hotsy Pressure 15 Hunting Africa 264 Inland Kenworth 121 Inland Kenworth 122 Jessica’s Prom, Bridal & Men’s Formal 268 Juice Plus 205 Just Like Grams 235 King Valley Christian Camp 202 LB Contracting 108 Let’s Get Better 132 LIDO - Entertainment Zone 113 LIDO - Entertainment Zone 114 Lily Art 136A Lynn Photos 223 Mackenzie Aviation/Baldonnel PAC 14 Mary Kay Cosmetics 81 MasterPeace Framing G MC Rehabilitation & Wellness K McElhenney 146 Medi Skin 263 Metis Nation BC S Michaud Toys 136B Miller Custom Concrete 52 Mom’s To Be 230 Monkey Forest 274 Music Nation Direct 225 Music Nation Direct 226 New Democratic Party Campaign for Lois Boone & Peace River and District Labour Council V

NEAT 207 NEAT 208 NEAT 209 Neufeld Petroleum 153 Nikken 82 Norman Mitchell X Nortech 219 North Peace Pregnancy Care Centre W North Peace Savings and Credit Union E North Peace Search & Rescue 206 North Peace Senior’s Housing 222 Northern Auto Electric 149 Northern Grande Hotel 19 Northern Health 249 Northern Lights College 12 Northern Lights College 13 Northern Outdoor Energy Systems Ltd 105 Norwex D Ocean Sales 11 Ocean Sales 17 Ocean Sales 42 Ocean Sales 120 Ocean Sales 137 Ocean Star Charters 28 OMIT 41 OMIT 246 Organo Gold 259 Organo Gold 29 Outback Guidance 271 Overhead Doors 139 Pacesetter Enterprises 16 Palliser Self Serve Grain (FSJ) Ltd. I Pandamotive 45 Passion Parties – Bobbi Jo Kromm 30 Passion Parties - Linda Rogers 258 Peace Country Duct 51 Peace Country Toyota 150 Peace Country Toyota 151 Peace Spa 133A Peace Valley Enviro 70 PIAB 111 Pictures By Jaimie 54 Plasti-Fab 71 PLR Insulating 59 PLR Insulating 60 Pomeroy Hotel 109 Popcorn Plus 116 & 117A

Slushies • Ice Caps Sno Cones • Ice Cream Cotton Candy Various Candies & Nuts, Diabetic Candies Check Out our New Exciting Products

Come and See Us at the CKNL Trade Show Second Floor Plus at the Kiwanis Trade Show &the Fort Nelson Trade Show

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Yes, You are Seeing Double, Your Eyes Aren’t Playing a Trick..

YummY Donuts will have 2 Donut machines this Year so You’ll wait less to serve You better... See us at the Fort St. John Trade Show on April 8, 9 & 10. Come Find Us on the Second Level in the Food Court Area!


rocks, trees, mulch, topsoil Check us out in booth #124 at the CKNL Tradeshow!

Come and See Us April 8,9, 10 at the Fort St. John Trade Show Talk to me about how you can host a Princess House Party!

Stop by and See Us at the Fort St. John Trade Show on April 8,9 & 10

Great Selection

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Call 250-261-2718

Prairie Coast Equipment 117B Prairie Coast Equipment 118 Prairie Coast Equipment 119 Pride Magnets 23 Pride Magnets 24 Prince George Peace River E.D.A 204 Princess House L ProArgi9 26 Punx Body Jewelry M Rack N Roll 55 Rada Cutlery 69 Rainbow Vacuum 36 RCMP P Revitalize Mobile Spa U Rustico Log Homes/Nature’s Best Landscape Products 124 Sandspit Adventures 257 Security Web North 72 Serenity Spas 43 Serenity Spas 44 Shaw Sports Memorabilia 212 Shaw Sports Memorabilia 213 Shi Natural & Organic Day Spa 251 Sin City Ink C Snowy River Imports 73 Spectra Energy 147 Sports Traders – Leisure Time 38 Sports Traders – Leisure Time 39 St John Ambulance 78 Stella & Dot 227 Sunrise Radio 48 Sunrise Rotary 265 Sunrise Rotary 266 Super Tint 245 Surepoint Technologies 18 Swiss Style Nuts 40 Tastebuds 83 Temptations 1 Temptations 2 Terry Michel Johnston Medical Aesthetics 270 Terry’s Teak Roots 138 The Beez Kneez Baby Boutique 250 The Glass Nail File 6 The Pillow Nook 8 This N That 247 Timbr Mart 144 Today’s Techniques 115 Today’s Techniques 211 Tourism & Parks – Northwest Territories 50 Traditional Oodles of Noodles T Trail Blazin Power 155 Trail Blazin Power 156 Treasure Chest (Mannaware) 135A True Value 236 Tumbler Ridge Golf Course 229 Twin Anchors Houseboat 240 Two and a Half Techs 31 Unforgettable Memories 21 Uniquely You Wedding & Events H USC Education Saving Plan 204 Vertical Buildings 20 ViV Showcase Ltd 224 WCA Contracting A WCA Contracting B Weigert Enterprises 112 Wild Art 134B Winton Global 57 Youth Juice 66

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F-1 - A&W • F-2 - Franco’s Pizza • F-3 - Peace Country Meats • F-4 - Nick’s Nuts • F-5 - Yummy’s Donuts NORTHERN VAC TRACK CLOSED DURING THE TRADE SHOW The popular Northern Vac Track on the third level of the Pomeroy Sports Centre will be closed to the general public from 4 PM on April 8th and will reopen to the public on April 10th at 6 PM. The track will have normal hours during trade show set up April 5th, 6th and 7th and April 8th until 4 PM.

OLYMPIC GOLD AT THE TRADE SHOW One of the brooms used by the Kevin Martin team in winning gold at the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver will be on display at the Fort St John Curling Club, booth #237. The broom is autographed by all the members of the team who brought home gold in curling in last year`s exciting gold medal game.

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LEADERSHIP Making Life More Affordable People are working longer and harder to keep pace with rising prices. Harper and his 22 BC MPs made matters worse by voting to impose the HST. Lois Boone will make life more affordable by fighting to overturn the HST and remove federal taxes on home heating.

Creating and Protecting Jobs Lois Boone will push for improved training and sustainable job creation programs ensuring well-paying, secure jobs are both created and maintained right here at home.

Improving Rail Transportation Industry cannot move goods to market in a timely manner because of poor service from railroad monopolies. Lois Boone and the NDP will work to regulate rail carriers to ensure shippers can move products.

ABOUT LOIS BOONE: n Lois served as Deputy Premier of British Columbia and a BC Cabinet Minister n Lois is a School Board Trustee for School District #57 n Lois is a passionate advocate for people in the North n Lois and her family have made Prince George their home for over 40 years

Lois Boone FOR PRINCE GEORGE – PEACE RIVER Getting Results for the North | | 250-562-3120 Be sure to drop by my booth at the trade show, on the 2nd level. I will also be at the trade shows in Dawson Creek and Chetwynd. Paid and authorized by the official agent for the candidate.

2011 CKNL Trade Show Supplement  

The Official Guide to the 2011 CKNW Trade Show.

2011 CKNL Trade Show Supplement  

The Official Guide to the 2011 CKNW Trade Show.