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Relay for Life has had a long history in the northeast region, but this year things got changed a little bit. On Sept. 12 Relay was held in Melfort at the Melfort Unit Comprehensive Collegiate (MUCC) School. “This year we really wanted to have something special for the survivors and so that’s why we’re doing it now, we know the crops [are] important, we got to get that off, but this is all about the survivors tonight,� said Bill Wood, chairperson of the Northeast unit of the Canadian Cancer Society. Relay tried to get an event going in Tisdale in the spring, however that did not happen and they decided to do a

Northeast Relay event highlighting the survivors at a Melfort revenue. “We kind of framed it for the survivors and for everybody’s sort of taking part. It’s for the survivors, it’s for the people who’ve lost their battle to cancer and that’s why we’re having it,� said Wood. One survivor at the event in Melfort, who is a familiar face to the Northeast Relay, was John Earby from Shellbrook. Earby’s business, Disco Tech, has provided production services for several years and he continues to help out for two reasons. “The funds that are raised for this help with research that has kept me alive two times, which allows me to operate my business and come in and provide a service as well. So it’s two different reasons, one to support the cause and two because I Continued on page 2...

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...Continued from page 1 enjoy doing the sound and productions stuff too,” said Earby. Earby said he enjoys being in the Melfort area again and seeing the people involved with Relay, who he said are the best part about it. “Just to be around and to be involved in the cause is good, there’s always lots of positive energy and great people to hang out with. It’s all good,” he said. The night got started around 7:00 p.m. on Sept. 12 with the opening ceremonies. MLA Fred Bradshaw, and Mayor of Melfort Rick Lang, were there to say some remarks. “Tonight is for the survivors of cancer and we wish you all the best and we want to thank also all of the volunteers because you don’t put events together like this and Saskatchewan’s well-known as the volunteer capital of Canada and I know there’s been countless hours put in,” said Bradshaw. “It wasn’t too many years ago that being diagnosed with cancer meant

something a little different than it does today. You didn’t see too many survivors too many years ago and I see lots of yellow shirts out in the hallway and that gives me hope that there will eventually be a cure for cancer,” said Lang. The survivors did a couple laps around the gym after the opening comments and then the two teams that were able to make it, Sylvania and a group of teenagers from Melfort, did a lap. After the ceremonies there was a survivor’s meal in the school’s cafeteria at 7:30 p.m. At ten there was the luminary ceremony, 11 was the fight back ceremony, 12:00 a.m. the band Constant Reminder gave the Relay crew some music to listen to until one when things wrapped up. As for future years of Relay, Wood said he thinks Relay will be seen in a different way and there’s something new coming. “It’s called sparkle, it’s being done in the East and the West coast and it’s

proven successful for a younger audience, I think they’re really going to en-

joy it. So I think you’re going to see some changes,” said Wood.

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Nipawin Town Square Project gets $90,000 in Co-op funding Terri Eger Staff Reporter

Thanks to funding from the Pineland Co-op the Nipawin Business Improvement District’s town square project is getting a big boost. Through the Co-op Community Spaces Program, the project is receiving $90,000, more than double what council has already earmarked for the project. “It’s very exciting news,” said Mayor David Trann. “The Business Improvement District has been together for about a year and a half and this is the first big project. Together with funding from the Coop, the project will be even better.” Located in the heart of the community, the area was once home to a gas station 70 or 80 years ago according to Trann. Envi-

ronmental testing needed to be performed to confirm that the site was safe for development. The Mayor reported that the tests have been completed and construction is approved. Asphalt and debris will be removed from the area and then sod, benches and lighting will be installed. Plans for the area include a bandstand and green space which will make the area suitable for hosting farmer’s markets, live concerts and other downtown events while connecting to bike and walking trails. “The overall plan is to enhance the downtown and this project is just the beginning,” said Trann explaining that the BID is a community committee that reports to council and receives funding from the local government while being comprised primarily of business owners in

Mocktails for Mom raising awareness of FASD Taryn Riemer reporter@tisdalerecorder.ca Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder is caused when alcohol is consumed during pregnancy. On Sept. 9 and 10 communities in the northeast region raised awareness about FASD during a Mocktails for Mom event. “We’re trying to raise awareness that FASD is preventable and you just abstain from drinking alcohol during your pregnancy and that there are alternatives to drinking alcohol,” said Myrna Soonias, Regional Kid’s First Community Developer and organizer of the event. Soonias said the event took place in Melfort and Nipawin Sept. 9 and Tisdale Sept. 10. There were two different Mocktails people could try during the event. Soonias said they had one salty and one sweet. There would also be some information on how to stop drinking, pamphlets about FASD and recipe books for Mocktails. “If anybody is maybe pregnant and wants to quit drinking or even if they’re

not pregnant and want to quit drinking alcohol, we’re going to have some information there about mental health and addiction services and how they can get some help that way,” said Soonias. Soonias said this event idea originated at the provincial level with the Regional Kids First. They had arrangements with the liquor board stores to do the Mocktails for Moms event. She said that was not done in this region so they decided to do the Mocktails for Moms event just at grocery stores. Soonias said the 0-3 Task Force put on the event in all three communities, along with partnership with co-op, and they got help from different organizations in each place. The primary health team helped in Tisdale, Nipawin Oasis was involved in Nipawin and the Marguerite Riel Centre was involved in Melfort. Soonias said they hope to make this an annual event and hopefully grow each year and do things like a lunch and learn next year.

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My thoughts: Devan C. Tasa Editor

Democracy denied

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n a democracy, when citizens are asked to vote on an issue, they should expect their decision will be implemented by their elected representatives. Yet days after the citizens of Nipawin said in a referendum that they did not support a condo being built in a portion of Central Park, six of the seven members of Nipawin’s council overturned the result and said yes to the development. This is wrong. Look, I personally believe building the condo had a lot of merits for Nipawin. In exchange for a portion of the park that was more akin to empty green space than an actual park, the Town of Nipawin would get the tax dollars needed to improve the rest of the park to a higher standard. As well, the town would retain citizens that would otherwise go elsewhere to meet their demand for that specific type of housing. The thing is, the majority of citizens that voted in the referendum didn’t agree with that. They chose to keep the park in its present state. That should be respected. So what if the voter turnout for the referendum was low? You know what also tends to have a low voter turnout? Municipal elections in general. Want to know the best way to make turnout lower? Telling citizens their vote will make a difference and then completely ignoring it. I hope David Trann, Michael Botterill, Terry Farden, Kathy Palidwar, Niclas Palidwar and Lewis Robin admit they have made a fundamental mistake, reverse the decision made at Sept. 14’s council meeting and decide to follow the will of the Nipawin’s citizens. If not, well, as far as I know, it’s still impossible to overturn who’s elected to council in the next municipal election. What do you think?

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HowTa Look at the News * While the details remain unclear, a Washington, D.C., musician who ordered a flat-screen TV through Amazon was shocked when he received a military-style assault rifle instead. Seth Horvitz ordered the 39-inch Westinghouse TV last week through one of Amazon’s third-party vendors, but he received a black, semiautomatic Sig Sauer SIG716. Critics feel this was a good example of how easy it is to get a gun in America. * This is kind of a weird situation. Lena Henderson and Roland Davis were married as teenagers in Chattanooga, Tenn., during World War II. The couple, now 85, were recently remarried almost 50 years after they divorced. Both people had lost their second spouses, so the reunion was not too surprising since they had sort of kept in touch through the years. After they had re-connected over the phone, Davis showed up at her door with an engagement ring pinned to his T-shirt so he wouldn’t lose it! * It was bad enough that Wallace Weatherholt, an Everglades airboat operator, lost his hand while he was feeding an alligator, but now the 63-year-old has been charged for illegally feeding the animal. After the incident, State wildlife officers tracked and killed the 12-foot gator. Weatherholt’s hand was found in the reptile’s stomach, but doctors could not reattach it. The law against feeding alligators is intended to protect the creatures and humans. * Jimmy Kimmel reports that Bill Gates alone lost $3.2 billion on the stock market in one day. “To put that in perspective, that’s like a regular person losing a dollar in a vending machine.” * In Meyersdale, Pa., a couple bought a neighbouring vacant house because they feared it was a fire hazard. It turned out they were right. It caught fire while they were at the county courthouse signing the deed. Bradley and Penny Mason bought the house, intending to tear it down. The first-floor fire was quickly extinguished, but it is being investigated as suspicious. * A woman driving along Lake Huron in Ontario was pulled over by police for speeding. In fact, she was clocked at 150 kph in an 80 zone. She offered a feeble excuse – she was trying to get to her cottage in time for the

sunset. Police did not buy that rationale at all. First of all, someone calculated that she would have had to drive at least 700 mph at that latitude to keep up with the sun. Then, of course, they noted it was 8:30 a.m., and cited her for racing, suspended her license for a week, and impounded her car. Randy Cassingham quipped, “Maybe her cottage is in Manitoba.” * A man hiking through a national forest in Idaho suffered severe burns and his two dogs were scalded to death when both canines plunged into a hot spring and he jumped in after them to try to save his pets. The freak accident occurred in the Panther Creek Hot Springs, a popular spot in the sprawling Salmon-Challis National Forest. Generally, the temperatures at Panther Creek are mild enough for human bathing, but had apparently grown dangerously hot, possibly from drought conditions that curtailed cool water flows that normally mix with the springs’ geothermally heated groundwater. * A man wearing camouflage and a paintball mask stepped into a pharmacy in Beckley, W.V., and started squirting employees with pepper spray in an apparent robbery attempt. Unfortunately, as he stepped further inside, he walked right into the cloud of pepper spray himself, and was repelled by the irritant, “staggering” back outside into a waiting vehicle. The driver was apparently not in on the plot, as he immediately turned the would-be robber in to police. Michael Kevin Meadows, 43, of Shady Spring, was arrested on charges of attempted robbery. * James L. Flanagan, who developed technology to enable computers to talk has died at age 89. According to Jim Barach, the family has announced the eulogy at his funeral will be given by Siri. * Despite repeated assurances by Olympic officials, it appears absolutely certain that the boating and surfing events in Brazil’s Guanabara Bay and Rodrigo de Freitas Lake (Rio Olympics 2016) will be conducted in water so polluted with human sewage that every athlete will almost certainly end up with fever, vomiting, and diarrhea. The waters’ virus levels (of fecal coliform and other viruses) are as high as 2 million times the level that would close down a California

beach. Undaunted, Olympic and local officials continue to insist that the water will be safe by next summer, but apparently their protocols test only for bacteria and not viruses. One U.S. water-quality expert advised all athletes to move to Rio ahead of the games … to try to build up an immunity. * In Spotswood, a man sneaked into a central New Jersey home and hid under a bed in a spare room for three days before the homeowner realized what had happened. Jason Hubbard was charged with burglary in the incident back in May. He’s also charged with theft of services because he allegedly charged his four cellphones in an electrical outlet under the bed. The very brash Hubbard entered the home when the homeowner took out the garbage. He stayed in the spare bedroom until the homeowner heard a noise in the room and spotted him. *A shortage of teachers has forced Howard S. Billings high school in Chateauguay, PQ, to announce that 11th-grade French classes will be conducted using only the Rosetta Stone computer program. * A Blue Island, Illinois, man shot two people during a July 4 backyard game of beer pong when he tried to distract his opponent by waving a gun in his face. The opponent tried to push the gun away, nut two shots were fired. The first struck Manus Shannon’s opponent in the finger, and the second hit the shoulder of a 20-year-old bystander who was not involved in the game. Shannon, 27, was arrested for reckless discharge of a firearm. However, he failed to update his paperwork when he moved to Chicago in February. * An Alaska company has plans to ship as many as 10 million gallons of water a month on a tanker to California. “Maybe,” offered Hough, “that will offset all the water that is being bottled and shipped out of state?” * Conan O’Brien reports that a study has found that many types of head lice have mutated and now have become resistant to over-thecounter treatments. “The problem has scientists scratching their heads.” * Not just scientists; the odd middleaged writer, as well. Until next time… keep reading between the lines…


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New big 3 arrives on golf scene Professional golf’s storied Big 3 dominated the game in the 1960s and the sport has been waiting for another similar trio of stars to take control of the pro golf scene ever since. After a couple of Big 1s (first Greg Norman, then Tiger Woods), another Big 3 seems to be back on the PGA Tour’s fairways and greens. Fifty-some years ago, it was Arnold Palmer, Jack Nicklaus and Gary Player. Those three continue to take part in the game ceremonially, but on the course these days, it’s Rory McIlroy, Jordan Spieth and Jason Day. None of them are older than 27, which means the sport could have a decade or more of unmatched excitement. Until this year, it appeared as if Northern Ireland’s McIlroy was en route to becoming another Big 1. He won four majors in a hurry, but levelled off this year while the 21-year-old Texan, Spieth, took the 2015 spotlight by winning two majors and scaling the World Golf Ranking mountain to its peak, dropping McIlroy back to No. 2. Suddenly, a late-summer surge by Australia’s Day made a contemporary Big 3 a reality. Day was one shot out

Bruce Penton of a playoff at the British Open, won the Canadian Open the following week, took the season’s last major, the PGA, and then lapped the field at the first Fed-Ex Cup playoff tournament, winning the Barclays by six strokes while McIlroy took the week off and Spieth missed the cut. Gary Van Sickle of SI.com, on the sport’s new big three: “We look forward to a back-andforth horse race as Spieth, McIlroy and Day pass the No. 1 ranking around like a pitcher of Miller Lite after a softball game in Milwaukee.” While Day is currently ranked third in the world, he’s playing like the world’s best. “Ever since (the Open) I just felt a lot more calm on the golf course,” Day told the Global Golf Post. “I felt like it was my time.

Mentally, I just felt like, You paid your dues. Now it’s time to go out and win tournaments.” McIlroy suffered an ankle injury in mid-summer and was unable to make a dent in the SpiethDay surge but a return to health in 2016 should officially kick off the SpiethMcIlroy-Day extravaganza — another legitimate Big 3. • Mike Bianchi of the Orlando (Fla.) Sentinel, after the Steelers signed QB Michael Vick on National Dog Day: “The only thing that could have been worse is if the Vikings had welcomed Adrian Peterson back on Father’s Day.” • Scott Ostler of the San Francisco Chronicle: “Having the great Al Michaels call a practice game is like having Harper Lee write the foreword to a ‘Where’s Waldo?’ book.” • Blue Bomber broadcaster Bob Irving, on Twitter (@BobIrvingCJOB ): “Under two years ago Taman and Chamblin were two of the sharpest minds in football — a couple of Durant and Glenn injuries later they’re dummies!” • Pat Dooley of the Gainesville (Fla.) Sun, proclaiming the Tennessee football team as ‘the Kardashians of the SEC’: “They look good, but they

Wet weather delays harvest Forty per cent of the 2015 crop is now in the bin and an additional 33 per cent is swathed or ready to straight-cut, according the Saskatchewan Agriculture’s Weekly Crop Report. The fiveyear (2010-2014) average for this time of year is 25 per cent combined. Regionally, producers in the southwest are furthest advanced, having 61 per cent of the crop combined. Producers in the southeast have 59 per cent combined. Thirtythree per cent of the crop is combined in the westcentral region; 22 per cent in both the east-central and northwestern regions, and 20 per cent in the

northeast. Heavy rain over the weekend has delayed producers in many parts of the province. Warm and dry weather will be needed to help fields dry. Rainfall ranged from small amounts to over four inches in some southeastern areas. Provincially, topsoil moisture conditions on cropland are rated as 16 per cent surplus, 76 per cent adequate, seven per cent short and one per cent very short. Hay land and pasture topsoil moisture conditions are rated as six per cent surplus, 80 per cent adequate, 12 per cent short and two per cent very short.

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Election profile: Lon Borgerson Devan C. Tasa editor@tisdalerecorder.ca It was getting involved in the Saskatchewan NDP’s 2001 leadership race that got educator Lon Borgerson involved in politics. Borgerson, who’s now the federal NDP candidate for Prince Albert, and a group of friends were drawn into the race to support Nettie Wiebe, but his second choice, after Wiebe was eliminated, was to support Lorne Calvert, who won. The group stuck together after the race, getting involved in the provincial Saskatchewan Rivers constituency association,

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which goes from White Fox in the east to Big River in the west. “We talked a lot about how to make a difference, how to make this a better world and how effective we might be if we got involved in electoral politics,” he said. “I think a lot of us were frustrated with what we saw in politics at the provincial and federal level and we wanted to do politics differently.” Back then, Borgerson was teaching for the Saskatchewan Urban Native Teacher Education Program, which is a teaching training program for Métis and First Nations. He served various roles, including the program’s co-ordinator. Borgerson and his friends made a decision: to get involved with the Saskatchewan Rivers NDP. From there, he became the candidate and was elected in what pundits called a surprise win in 2003. “[It was] not a surprise for us,” he said. “We had looked at the numbers carefully and knew we could very well win it and sure enough, we did.” He served as MLA for four years, serving as a regional economic and co-operative development minister. He lost the seat in the 2007 election, became the director of education for the Île-à-la-Crosse School Division and then semiretired in 2012, doing contract work. It was then he was drawn into the federal election and asked to run. He did. On the positive sense, he saw a chance for the New Democrats to form

tem. He said an NDP government would pay attention to farmers’ issues.

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The NDP’s $15 per day childcare system will benefit the Northeast, Borgerson said. The 30 or so childcare centres in the region have a waiting list. A childcare system would also benefit children with early learning initiatives done by trained staff.

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a federal government for the first time. “There was the positive sense of being part of a really exciting moment and that is getting more exciting as we go along,” he said. On the other side of the coin, he was concerned about the Harper government, with cuts to services like libraries, archives, veterans’ services and rural postal service, and democracy itself, with items like the Senate, C-51, omnibus bills and the proroguing of parliament. “We have a wonderful democracy with public services that the rest of the world would envy and I feel we’ve experienced the dismantling of a lot of those public services and of our democratic institutions over the last ten years,” he said. Borgerson said the biggest issues in the Northeast are infrastructure for communities and transport of agricultural products, which has been made worse now the Wheat Board isn’t co-ordinating grain transport. “We need a federal government that pays atten-

tion to farmers’ issues, that makes sure farmers have a voice over the transportation and sale of grain,” he said, “and makes sure grain is transported efficiently and fairly.” When asked why citizens should vote for him, Borgerson said it was hard to talk about himself and preferred others talked about his qualities. “People should ask about me and see if I’m worthy enough to be a Member of Parliament and if they do, people who know me will say I’m an extremely hard worker, I’m determined and persistent, I will not let things be if I’m not satisfied with an answer and I always follow the adage of my dad: a job worth doing is worth doing well,” he said.

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Borgerson said the Canadian Wheat Board help co-ordinate the transport of grain, making sure that producers could access the transportation system in a fair manner. Now that it’s gone, it’s harder for small farmers to access the sys-

Borgerson said that the federal budget office has said New Democrat government are the least likely of the three parties to have deficits. He said the Conservatives have been in government while the country has had it’s highest trade deficit and lowest job creation rate since the Second World War.

Environment

We’re past the stage where there’s a debate whether or not there’s a climate crisis or not, Borgerson said. We know there is one and a NDP government will take action to deal with climate change. He added we don’t want to leave our children with financial debt and we certainly don’t want to leave them with an environmental debt, where the planet is worse off.

Healthcare

Borgerson said the Conservatives have not invested enough into health transfers, leaving the provinces with a $36 shortfall. A New Democrat government would get together with the provinces and hammer out a new health accord, something that the Conservative government hasn’t done.

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ON NOW AT YOUR PRAIRIE CHEVROLET DEALERS. PrairieChevrolet.com 1-800-GM-DRIVE. Chevrolet is a brand of General Motors of Canada. Offers apply to the finance of a 2015 Cruze LS 1SA, Malibu 3LT, Impala 1LZ, Trax LS 1SA with manual transmission, Equinox LS AWD, Silverado 1500 Double/Crew Cab 2WD WT. License, insurance, registration, administration fees, dealer fees, PPSA and taxes not included. Dealers are free to set individual prices. Limited time offers which may not be combined with other offers, and are subject to change without notice. Offers apply to qualified retail customers in Prairie Chevrolet Dealer Marketing Association area only. Dealer order or trade may be required. * Offer available to qualified retail customers in Canada for vehicles delivered from September 1 and September 30, 2015. 0% purchase financing offered on approved credit by TD Auto Finance Services, Scotiabank® or RBC Royal Bank for 84 months on all new or demonstrator 2015 Spark LS 1SA, Sonic LS 1SA, Cruze LS 1SA, Malibu 3LT, Impala 1LZ, Camaro 1LS & 2LS, Trax LS 1SA with manual transmission, Equinox LS AWD, Traverse LS FWD, Colorado 2WD, Silverado 1500 Double Cab 2WD WT / Crew Cab 2WD WT and Silverado HD’s 2WD WT with gas engine. Participating lenders are subject to change. Rates from other lenders will vary. Down payment, trade and/or security deposit may be required. Monthly payment and cost of borrowing will vary depending on amount borrowed and down payment/trade. Example: $40,000 at 0% APR, the monthly payment is $476.19 for 84 months. Cost of borrowing is $0, total obligation is $40,000. Offer is unconditionally interest-free. Freight and air tax ($100, if applicable) included. Licence, insurance, registration, PPSA, applicable taxes and dealer fees not included. Dealers are free to set individual prices. Limited time offer which may not be combined with certain other offers. GMCL may modify, extend or terminate offers in whole or in part at any time without notice. Conditions and limitations apply. See dealer for details. ®Registered trademark of The Bank of Nova Scotia. RBC and Royal Bank are registered trademarks of Royal Bank of Canada. †† Offer applies to eligible current owners or lessees of any model year 1999 or newer car that has been registered and insured in Canada in the customer’s name for the previous consecutive six (6) months. Credit valid towards the retail purchase or lease of one eligible 2015 model year Chevrolet car, SUV, crossover and pickups models delivered in Canada between September 1st and September 30th, 2015. Credit is a manufacturer to consumer incentive (tax inclusive) and credit value depends on model purchased: $500 credit available on Chevrolet Spark, Sonic, Volt, Trax, Malibu (except LS); $750 credit available on others Chevrolet vehicles (except Cruze, Colorado 2SA, Camaro Z28, Malibu LS, Silverado Light Duty and Heavy Duty); $1,000 credit available on Chevrolet Cruze and on all Silverado’s. Offer applies to eligible current owners or lessees of any Pontiac/Saturn/SAAB/Hummer/Oldsmobile model year 1999 or newer car or Chevrolet Cobalt, HHR, Avalanche, Aveo, Epica, Orlando, Optra, Tracker, Uplander, Venture, Astro, Blazer, Jimmy, Trailblazer or GMC Envoy, Safari or Buick Rendezvous, Terraza that has been registered and insured in Canada in the customer’s name for the previous consecutive six (6) months. Credit valid towards the retail purchase or lease of one eligible 2015 model year Chevrolet car, SUV, crossover and pickups models delivered in Canada between September 1st and September 30th, 2015. Credit is a manufacturer to consumer incentive (tax inclusive) and credit value depends on model purchased: $1,000 credit available on Chevrolet Spark, Sonic, Volt, Trax, Malibu (except LS); $1,500 credit available on other eligible Chevrolet vehicles (except Chevrolet Colorado 2SA, Camaro Z28, Malibu LS, Cruze); $2,000 credit available on Chevrolet Cruze. Offer is transferable to a family member living within the same household (proof of address required). As part of the transaction, dealer may request documentation and contact General Motors of Canada Limited (GMCL) to verify eligibility. This offer may not be redeemed for cash and may not be combined with certain other consumer incentives. Certain limitations or conditions apply. Void where prohibited. See your GMCL dealer for details. GMCL reserves the right to amend or terminate offers for any reason in whole or in part at any time without prior notice. ‡ $2,000/$2,500/1,500/$1,750 is a combined credit consisting of $1,000/$500/$500/$750 Owner Cash (tax inclusive) and $1,000/$2,000/$1,000/$1,000 manufacturer to dealer finance cash (tax exclusive) for a 2015 Cruze/Malibu 3LT/Trax/Equinox which is available for finance offers only and cannot be combined with special lease rates and cash purchase. † $4,000/$7,195/$4,750/$3,500/$4,950 is a combined total credit consisting of $1,000/$500/$750/500/750 Owner Cash (tax inclusive) and a $3,000/$6,695/$4,000/$3,000/$4,200 manufacturer to dealer cash credit (tax exclusive) for a 2015 Cruze/Malibu 1LT, 2LT, LTZ/Impala/Trax /Equinox LS FWD, which is available for cash purchases only and cannot be combined with special lease and finance rates. By selecting lease or finance offers, consumers are foregoing this $3,000/$6,695/$4,000/$3,000/$4,200 credit which will result in higher effective interest rates. Discounts vary by model and cash credit excludes Cruze LS-1SA/Malibu LS and 3LT/Impala 1LZ/Trax LS 1SA with manual transmission/Equinox LS AWD. ‡‡ $5,000 is a combined credit consisting of a $1,000 Owner cash (tax inclusive), $3,000 manufacturer to dealer delivery credit (tax exclusive) for 2015 Silverado Light Duty Double Cab and a $1,000 manufacturer to dealer finance cash (tax exclusive) for a 2015 Silverado 1500 which is available for finance offers only and cannot be combined with special lease rates and cash purchase. ^ $10,380 is a combined total credit consisting of a $3,000 manufacturer to dealer delivery credit (tax exclusive) for 2015 Silverado Light Duty Double Cab, $1,000 Owner Cash (tax inclusive), a $1,200 manufacturer to dealer Option Package Discount Credit (tax exclusive) for 2015 Chevrolet Silverado Light Duty (1500) Double Cab LS equipped with a Custom Edition and a $5,180 manufacturer to dealer cash credit (tax exclusive) on Silverado Light Duty (1500) Double Cab WT 4WD, LS, LT or LTZ which is available for cash purchases only and cannot be combined with special lease and finance rates. By selecting lease or finance offers, consumers are foregoing this $5,180 credit which will result in higher effective interest rates. Discounts vary by model. ** The 2-Year Scheduled Lube-Oil-Filter Maintenance Program provides eligible customers in Canada, who have purchased or leased a new eligible 2015 MY Chevrolet (excluding Spark EV), with an ACDelco® oil and filter change, in accordance with the oil life monitoring system and the Owner’s Manual, for 2 years or 40,000 km, whichever occurs first, with a limit of four (4) Lube-Oil-Filter services in total, performed at participating GM dealers. Fluid top offs, inspections, tire rotations, wheel alignments and balancing, etc. are not covered. This offer may not be redeemed for cash and may not be combined with certain other consumer incentives available on GM vehicles. General Motors of Canada Limited reserves the right to amend or terminate this offer, in whole or in part, at any time without prior notice. 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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 2015

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2012 CHEV

$29,999

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$16,999

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15170A

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$13,999

$11,999

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$44,999

2011 CHEV

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$34,999

2010 CHEVROLET EQUINOX LT AWD

$28,999

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SILVERADO 2500 HD CREW LTZ

15127A

Leather, 6.0L, V8, 4x4, loaded, white, 151,000 kms.

$17,999

$30,999

2015 CHEVROLET CRUZE TURBO 1LT

U2408

1527A

Leather, 2.4, V6, loaded leather, grey, aluminum wheels, 108,000 kms, pst paid.

$36,999

2011 CHEV

1583A

Cloth, 6.6L Duramax Diesel, 4x4, Green, loaded, 129,000 kms, pst paid.

15195A

CRUZE LT TURBO

Cloth, 4 cyl. turbo, automatic, loaded, black, 25,000 kms.

$9,999

1231

$20,999

U2400

Cloth, 4 cyl., automatic, fully loaded, aluminum wheels, camera, 3 in stock, 16,000 28,000 kms.

ORLANDO LT2

2013 CHEVROLET

MALIBU LT

$34,999

Cloth, 2.3 4 cyl., 5 speed, 2WD, only 61,000 kms., pst paid.

2013 GMC SIERRA 1500 SLT CREW

15109A

2011 CHEV

15135B

2012 CHEVROLET

15167A

2.4 4 cyl., fully loaded, heated cloth, backup camera, 85,000 kms, pst paid, Blue.

RANGER REG. CAB XL

15149A

Leather, 6.2 V8, AWD, loaded, every option, diamond white, 88,000 kms. pst paid.

$27,999

EQUINOX AWD

U2409

SIERRA DENALI CREW

1574A

Leather, 5.0L V8, loaded, black, 97,000 kms., pst paid.

2011 FORD

2011 GMC

F-150 FX4 CREW

15121E

ENCLAVE CXL AWD

Leather, 3.6 V6, fully loaded, Navigation, twin sunroofs, chrome 19 in. wheels, 67,000 kms, pst paid, Diamond white.

2011 FORD

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1562A

Cloth, 5.3 V8, 4x4, loaded, grey, 72,000 kms., pst paid

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THE PARKLAND REVIEW

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 2015

2013 GMC

SIERRA 1500 DENALI CREW

with our

2013 CHEV SILVERADO LT CREW

2012 CHEV

$29,999

5.3 V8, loaded, cloth, lift kit, flares, only 45,000 kms., pst paid.

2013 BUICK

$29,999 2013 CHEV

$38,900

2014 CHEVROLET

$21,999

JUST ANNOUNCED

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SILVERADO 2500 HD CREW LT

SILVERADO 2500 HD CREW LT

14180B

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$30,999

2011 JEEP GRAND CHEROKEE AWD

Cloth, 2.4 4 cyl., loaded, sunroof, aluminum wheels, 25,000 kms., black.

$16,999

2010 CHEVROLET

IMPALA LT

U2381

15170A

Cloth, 3.5L V6, auto, loaded, silver, pst paid, 92,000 kms.

$13,999

$11,999

2011 - 2016 Select Models

Leather, 3.6 V6, fully loaded, Navigation, sunroof, camera, 102,000 kms, pst paid, White,

$44,999

2011 CHEV

1581A

$34,999

2010 CHEVROLET EQUINOX LT AWD

$28,999

Leather, 5.3 V8, 4x4, loaded, silver, 52,000 kms., pst paid.

SILVERADO 2500 HD CREW LTZ

15127A

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$17,999

$30,999

2015 CHEVROLET CRUZE TURBO 1LT

U2408

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Leather, 2.4, V6, loaded leather, grey, aluminum wheels, 108,000 kms, pst paid.

$36,999

2011 CHEV

1583A

Cloth, 6.6L Duramax Diesel, 4x4, Green, loaded, 129,000 kms, pst paid.

15195A

CRUZE LT TURBO

Cloth, 4 cyl. turbo, automatic, loaded, black, 25,000 kms.

$9,999

1231

$20,999

U2400

Cloth, 4 cyl., automatic, fully loaded, aluminum wheels, camera, 3 in stock, 16,000 28,000 kms.

ORLANDO LT2

2013 CHEVROLET

MALIBU LT

$34,999

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2013 GMC SIERRA 1500 SLT CREW

15109A

2011 CHEV

15135B

2012 CHEVROLET

15167A

2.4 4 cyl., fully loaded, heated cloth, backup camera, 85,000 kms, pst paid, Blue.

RANGER REG. CAB XL

15149A

Leather, 6.2 V8, AWD, loaded, every option, diamond white, 88,000 kms. pst paid.

$27,999

EQUINOX AWD

U2409

SIERRA DENALI CREW

1574A

Leather, 5.0L V8, loaded, black, 97,000 kms., pst paid.

2011 FORD

2011 GMC

F-150 FX4 CREW

15121E

ENCLAVE CXL AWD

Leather, 3.6 V6, fully loaded, Navigation, twin sunroofs, chrome 19 in. wheels, 67,000 kms, pst paid, Diamond white.

2011 FORD

SILVERADO LT CREW

1562A

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CERTIFIED VEHICLES

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 2015 - 9

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1994 JD 9500 Combine Chopper pick-up header, low hours, $35000.00. Melroe 903 eight bottom plow complete with coulters $4000.00. JD 925 header, mover modified to fit 8460 MF combine $6000.00. Degelman rock picker, hydraulic driven reels, $3200.00. Phone: 306-8735605.

Saskatoon Doll Collectors Club: Invites you to a Doll Show on Sunday, September 27th from 11:00 4:00 at the Nutana Legion 3021 Louise Street . Contact: Dianne Pauls @ 306-253-4726.

Target Homebuilders Auction. Sat., Sept. 19 @ 9:30am in Sheho, SK. 14 houses, trucks, trailers, tools. www.ukrainetzauction.com 306-647-2661 PL#915851

ST34 AGCO DIESEL Tractor with front end loader, five foot bucket, pallet forks, rear blade, 500 hours. 306-7683379

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Auction Sale for Fred Olfert and Pat Chernesky Saturday, Oct 3, 2015 at 11:00 a.m. Located – 1st road off Nipawin Bridge going west on Hwy #55 TWP sign 513. 1 ½ miles east and ½ mile south. Watch for signs.

306-862-3222

email: order@halfordhide.com. Visit www.halfordsmailorder.com

Items for Sale include: Vintage Snowmobiles

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STEEL BUILDINGS/ METAL BUILDINGS UP TO 60% OFF! 30x40, 40x60, 50x80, 60x100, 80x100 sell for balance owed! Call: 1-800-457-2206 www.crownsteelbuildings.ca

TRUCKS & VANS 2007 FORD FREESTAR LIMITED approximately 250,000 km. Very clean, runs good, leather. Phone 306-843-4849 after 6 p.m.

Proud parents Heather and DusƟn Hedin are pleased to introduce their baby boy,

Branson Robert Wayne Hedin. Born August 30, 2015, 8 lbs 6 oz, 21.25 inches long COMING EVENTS

PINK TREE ANNUAL SALE Sept. 21-26 Instore discounts Weekly draw Mastectomy-Wigs Compression stockings Bra Fitting for everyone FITTING CLINICS Melfort, Oct. 20/15 (CanAlta Hotel) phone orders or appointments PINK TREE 701 – 2nd. Ave. N. Saskatoon SK 1-800-929-6544 306-665-6544 Harvest Gospel Jamboree September 18-19-20 Fosston Free Church Camping & Food Available For more info call Pete or Gloria 306-322-4675

- 1972 Snow Cruiser 440 (VG) - 1973 Evinrude Quiet Flite 440 (VG) - 1978 Ski Doo Everest 440 (VG) - 1981 Ski D00 Alpine 640 single track (VG) - Approx. 15-20 Complete or parts machines - Dean’s welding 4’ wide trail groomer

Motorcycles - 1988 Honda Gold Wing GL 150016 88,000 km (VG) - 1982 Honda 185 3-wheeler - 1970 Honda X100 (not running)

Yard & Recreational Items - Vintage W6 IHC Tractor c/w wood sawing unit - 14’ Tandem HD bumper pull trailer & sides - 12’x16’ Metal sided storage shed - Y Stern aluminum canoe - Vanguard 12’ aluminum boat - 9.9 Johnson outboard - MTD 5 HP B & S chipper shedder - Yard Machine 5.5 HP 22’ electric snowblower - Bush Hog 3 PTH post hole auger & bits - Shop tools - Large selection of household and office equipment, recliner rocker, dressers and mirrors, Sony DVD player, file cabinets, office chairs

Guns - Springfield Savage, model 67D, 12 gauge pump, 2 3/4” - P Beretta Semi auto made in Italy, 12 gauge Mod. A-M-301 Caliz Magnum - Remington Games Master model 760 R 276 pump c/w Bushnell Scope Master 4X power scoop & shoulder strap - Winchester 300 Mac Bolt action - Savage West-field model 110C series J 243, bolt action, c/w Bushnell 2.5x8 scope, chief V1, scope & shoulder strap - Ruger model 10122 Carbine, 22 long rifle, calibre semiauto, c/w 4x32 Tasco scope and shoulder strap - Savage model 3C made in USA, 22 short/long, single shot Auctioneer’s Note: Terms and Conditions: Not responsible for accidents. Payment - cash or cheque. Please inspect all items prior to bidding. Advertising is only a guide and not a guarantee as to year or condition. F.A.C. required. Lunch served.

Sale Conducted by

Rick McAuley Auction Services PL913568 White Fox, SK.

1-306-276-5792 1-306-276-8497 Email: inquiry@rickmcauleyauctions.com or visit us on fb www.rickmcauleyauctions.com

TENDERS AUCTIONS

NIPAWIN & DISTRICT REGIONAL PARK Requesting tenders for supply and install 15 sewage holding tanks in Seasonal Campground Site. Tanks to be equal to Pre-Con Model 625G FRP Model HB750 will also be accepted Manhole to terminate one foot above finished grade 4” drain line to terminate one foot above finished grade with a screw cap within two feet of water riser Tender will include all necessary permits and taxes Completion date by October 31, 2015 For site inspection call Rhonda at 306-276-1590 Tenders must be submitted by September 25, 2015 Lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. Submit tenders by email - nipawinregionalpark@sasktel.net or by mail P.O. Box 1499, Nipawin Saskatchewan S0E 1E0 or drop off at the gate house in the Park.


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In Loving Memory of

Marcy Hannah MORTON It is with heavy hearts that the family of Marcy Hannah Morton announce her passing on September 5, 2015, at the age of 14 years. Marcy was born February 26, 2001 to Shelley and Dion Morton in Saskatoon, SK. From a young age, she shared a love for the outdoors hunting, ¿shing, and camping. She especially enjoyed camping up at Wekusko Falls, swimming, tubing, and competing to catch the biggest ¿sh amongst family members. She was especially proud of her six point bull elk she shot in September of 2014. Marcy was honoured to become a big sister to Ali and Alix, who were born just after her sixth birthday. Growing up, she was like a mother hen - planning and preparing different activities for both her twin sisters and all of her younger relatives. She enjoyed spending time with all extended family and cousins at Christmas, New Year’s, and family weddings. Some of her past times with her family include playing cards, sledding, quadding, and having wiener roasts on the many trail ride adventures they took. Marcy was passionate about so many different sports. In baseball, she won two silver provincial medals with the Hudson Bay Laser softball team. In hockey, she was a great forward, who was capable of stepping up to the plate and playing defence when it was asked of her. Marcy was a fast skater and a positive teammate and leader. Her sportsmanship carried over through dance where she had a passion for jazz, hip hop, modern, and most recently, ballet. She completed her Grade 3 Royal Academy of Dance Certi¿cation, as well as Grade 3 Jazz Certi¿cation from the Canadian Dance Teacher’s Association. She was a committed member to the Hudson Bay Dance Centre as both an assistant and a student. Her drive to succeed won her numerous awards and medals, such as: Most Promising Modern Solo and Most Outstanding Lyrical Duet Performance with her cousin, Claire Crittenden. Marcy was a smart, kind, and loving individual. She was a caring big sister, daughter, granddaughter, great granddaughter, cousin, niece and friend. She will be dearly missed and her spirit will live on in our hearts forever. Marcy: “you’re just the best.” Marcy was predeceased by her great grandmas: Eileen Crittenden, Eileen Leason, Jessie Chadwick and Marie Chadwick; her great grandfathers: Avelle Leason, Harry Crittenden, Richard Morton, Fred Winter and Sid Chadwick; her aunts Carol Lafrance and Patty Leason; and her cousins Mitchell Lafrance and Greg Morin. She is survived by her parents: Shelley and Dion, sisters: Ali and Alix, grandparents: grandma Linda and grandpa Bruce, grandma Val and grandpa David, great grandma Doris, uncle Glen (Andrea) Crittenden; cousins: Jordan, Cole, Claire, and Aaron, Auntie Angie (Allan) Hue; cousins: Megan and Reece, Auntie Cherie (Ole) Shoemaker; cousins: Blake and Zoey, Auntie Tara (Jeff) Nernberg; cousin: Brooke, uncle Chad (Brittany) Morton; cousins: Chase and Hayden, her best friend Brook Melnychuk, boyfriend Aaron Melnychuk, and all extended aunts, uncles, cousins, and friends. The funeral service was held on September 11, 2015 in the Brooks Hall, Hudson Bay, SK, led by Pastor Troy Guderyan. Interment of the urn followed in the Hudson Bay Town Cemetery. Those wishing may make memorial donations in memory of Marcy to the Hudson Bay Dance Centre, P.O. Box 927, Hudson Bay, SK, S0E 0Y0. To send online condolences to the family please visit www.blairsfuneralhome. Funeral arrangements were entrusted to Blair’s Funeral Home Ltd. ~ Hudson Bay, SK.

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Isabelle HUNT OCTOBER 15, 1924 – SEPTEMBER 2, 2015 Isabelle was born on October 15, 1924 in Carmen, Manitoba. In 1928, she moved with her parents to the Sylvania area. Isabelle enjoyed growing up on the farm with her three brothers and seven sisters. After completing her Grade 11 at Golburn School, she worked at the Bank of Montreal in Tisdale for three years. At a dance, Isabelle met a charming young man, Alton Hunt. They married in 1946 and Isabelle became a farm wife. Their ¿rst home was north of Runciman where they spent three happy years. After which, they moved into Alton’s parents’ farm home. Isabelle and Alton welcomed two children into their family, Dennis and Janet. Alton and Isabelle kept busy with farming activities on their mixed farm. In the summer, Isabelle maintained a large vegetable garden and ¿lled her fruit cupboard with many quarts of canned fruit and vegetables. Isabelle’s patience and compassion for elderly people was demonstrated when she worked at Sasko Park Lodge for 17 years. She mentioned often how much she appreciated her friendships with staff members. In the summer, they enjoyed camping at the lake. Later, for a number of years, they spent enjoyable winter months in Arizona. They kept very active with activities including square dancing, playing cards, and ceramics. Isabelle was also a very accomplished seamstress, her capable abilities at handcrafts were evident as all of her children and grandchildren possessed hand knit sweaters and afghans. Isabelle and Alton retired off the farm to Tisdale in 1994. Isabelle’s love for Àowers and her green thumb were evident in their gorgeous yard. Due to Isabelle’s failing health, Isabelle and Alton moved into Caleb Village in the fall of 2012 where the family has fond memories of celebrating special events. After breaking her hip, Isabelle moved to Sasko Park Lodge in the fall of 2013 and Newmarket Place in March of 2015 where she received excellent care until she passed away. Isabelle was predeceased by her parents, Jim and Mary Lee, father-in-law and mother-in-law, Tom and Ethel Hunt, her sister, Shirley and Harvey Graham, sister-in-law Violet Lee and sister Dorothy and Osborne Craig. Also in-laws, Earl and Myrtle Hunt, Luella and Gerry Shepherd, and Iona Melrose. Left to cherish Isabelle’s memory – Alton, husband of 69 years, Dennis (Hazel) Hunt, Janet (Norman) Nicklen, grandchildren, Lesley (Quentin) Thibault, Bradley (Megan) Hunt, Jarred Nicklen and Joleen (Tim) Bushman; great grandchildren Colby and Landon Thibault, Madison and Alex Hunt, Danica and Tori Bushman. Isabelle is lovingly remembered by her siblings -Ted Lee, Bob (Jenny) Lee, Margaret (Jim) Ellis, Mabel McPhee, Jean (Ted) Arnold, Kathy (Clarence) Reed, Ray (Bernice) Lee and Linda (Finlay) McLeod. As well as numerous nieces and nephews. The funeral service was held on Tuesday, September 8, 2015 at 2:00 p.m. in the Tisdale Alliance Church with Pastor Brian Friesen of¿ciating. Isabelle was laid to rest in the Tisdale Cemetery. Memorial tributes may be made to Newmarket Place Tisdale, SK. To send online condolences please visit www.coventryfuneralservices.ca. The family placed their trust with Coventry Funeral Services Nipawin, SK 306-862-4233.

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Lynda Jean GOLDSWORTHY Lynda Jean Goldsworthy passed from this life on August 23, 2015, Tisdale, SK. Lynda Jean Campbell was born November 20, 1943 in New Westminster, British Columbia to David and Marjorie Campbell (nee Hamilton). Her brother Gordon completed the family in 1948. As a child, Lynda loved animals and each pet became a cherished member of the family. Her affection for animals never diminished over her 71 years of life. Lynda attended Herbert Spencer Elementary School and was a honour roll student at Lester Pearson Secondary School. After graduation, Lynda was accepted into the Nurses’ Training Program at Vancouver General Hospital. Upon its completion, she was hired as a full-time nurse, a job she greatly enjoyed, particularly her shifts in the emergency department. Lynda then decided to become a Public Health Nurse and enrolled in a two year program at the University of British Columbia. After earning her degree in nursing, Lynda decided to take a well-deserved holiday and backpacked around Europe and North America with a friend. Upon return, Lynda worked for a time in Edson, Alberta before accepting a position in Merritt, British Columbia. It was there that Lynda met Garry, a young schoolteacher. Lynda and Garry were married in New Westminster November 15, 1975. They then brieÀy lived in Penticton before moving to Saskatchewan to farm with Garry’s parents Clifford and Grace. In 1979, their daughter Meghan Jean was born, followed by their son Geoffrey Campbell in 1981. Lynda loved her family dearly and was thrilled to become a grandmother, treasuring every moment spent with her grandchildren. Lynda was predeceased by her father David, mother Marjorie, father-in-law Clifford and motherin-law Grace. Left to cherish her memory are her husband of nearly forty years, Garry, daughter Meghan (Joe), son Geoffrey (Nicole), grandchildren Gabriella, Grayson and Giuliana Vecchio and Brynn Goldsworthy, brother Gord (Pat), sister-in-law Gail (George), her nieces and nephew, and all of the special friends and relatives who were such a treasured and important part of her life. Celebration of life was held at 2:00 p.m. Saturday, August 29, 2015, Bjorkdale Community Hall, Bjorkdale, SK. Celebrant was Pastor Dave MacPherson. Eulogy was given by Gail Nicholson. Family tributes. Register attendants were Gary and Shirley Bratton. Interment followed in Barrier Ford Cemetery, Barrier Ford, SK. Donations may be made to the Canadian Cancer Society as a token of remembrance. We are honoured to serve the family. Condolences may be sent to www.barronsfuneralchapel.com or emailed: bfcc@sasktel.net


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The Parkland Review - CLASSIFIEDS - 306.873.4515 OBITUARIES

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Evelyn Irene SMITH Evelyn Irene Smith was born October 3, 1930, in Tisdale, SK. Evelyn, a long-time resident of Tisdale passed away on August 26, 2015 after a sudden illness. She was predeceased by her parents and her brothers John and Stan. She will be remembered by many family and friends. A private graveside service was held on August 30, 2015. Donations may be made to a charity of one’s choice as a token of remembrance. We are honoured to serve the family. Condolences may be sent to www.barronsfuneralchapel.com or emailed: bfcc@sasktel.net

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Murray Russell “Bill” SCHELL

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Murray Russell “Bill” Schell passed from this life on August 30, 2015 Tisdale, SK. at the age of 86. Murray “Bill” was born to Russell and Juanita Schell on December 18, 1928 at the family farm, southeast of Tisdale. He received his education at the Salopian District School and helped on the farm with his ¿ve brothers and sister. Following school he spent the summer working on the farm and winter in northern British Columbia in the logging camps. On June 2, 1954 he married the love of his life Betty Ann Fettes. In 1957, their ¿rst child, Keith was born followed by their daughter, Bonnie in 1959. Farming was Murray’s passion; he had purchased land across the road from where he grew up and moved the family to the farm. He worked from dawn to dusk, alongside Betty Ann and the kids, to build a beautiful homestead for his family to enjoy and cherish to this day. He loved camping and ¿shing with family and friends when he had some free time. Music was also a big part of his life and he enjoyed playing the harmonica and joining in on singalongs. He especially loved when his granddaughters played the guitar and sang for him. He loved spending time with family playing cards and joking around. Murray was predeceased by his wife Betty Ann, parents Russell and Juanita; brothers Ken, Bruce, Alvin and Maurice and sister Doris. Left to cherish his memory is his son Keith (Joy) Schell, their children Kael and Jade; daughter Bonnie (William) Huckstep and their children Daniel (Denise) and Whitney; brother Frank, sisters-in-law Orlah, Ellen, Betty and Kathleen (Bill) Thiesen; brother-in-law Don (Willie) Fettes; as well as extended family and friends. Celebration of Life was held at 10:00 a.m. Friday, September 4, 2015, St. Paul’s United Church, Tisdale. Of¿ciating was Rev. Sharon Ferguson – Hood. Organist was Maurice Taylor. Soloist was Whitney Huckstep. Register attendants were Gary and Judy Gratton. Urn Bearer Jade Schell Daniel Huckstep Honorary Bearers were all who shared in Bill’s Life. Interment followed in the Tisdale Cemetery. Donations may be made to the Tisdale Hospital Auxiliary as a token of remembrance.

September 28, 1924 – September 3, 2015 Amelia Campone was born in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan in 1924. She was born into an Italian family of six. Emily grew up and went to school in Saskatoon. At 19, a young girl on her ¿rst trip away from home, Emily went to Fort William, Ontario to build airplanes to do her bit for the war. Emily talked about this experience often. She returned to Saskatoon, and travelled to Arbor¿eld for a visit, ended up getting a job and staying. She met Armand, became a Caouette and settled on the farm at Jordan River. Over the next few years, Lamont, Alfred and Greg were born...and a few years later, Dianna and Brian. In their retirement, Emily and Armand enjoyed traveling immensely. They always enjoyed their many trips to Alberta to visit their families and they were lucky enough to be able to travel overseas numerous times with different family members to revisit the many places Armand had served during the war. Emily loved her gardening and creating beautiful quilts for her family and spending time at Pasquia Park. Emily loved making spaghetti for her boys and “her Tom,” shopping with Dianne and knowing she could rely on Janet for anything she could ever need. In recent years, Emily enjoyed going to the nursing home in Arbor¿eld to visit - in her words – “the old people” and attend mass every Friday. Emily was predeceased by her parents Clara and Louis, her husband Armand and her son Alfred. She is survived by her sons Lamont (Janet), Greg (Sharon), Brian (Verna), her daughter Dianne (Tom) and daughter-in-law Brenda Day. Her grandchildren Jamie, Scott, Nicole, Kurtis, Dustin, Michelle and Ian and nine great grandchildren. The prayer service was held on Sunday, September 6, 2015 at 7:30 p.m. and the memorial service was held on Monday, September 7, 2015 at 10:30 a.m. Both were held at St. Lucy’s Roman Catholic Church in Arbor¿eld SK with Father Millan Sajonas of¿ciating. Interment followed in St. Lucy’s Cemetery. Memorial donations may be made to the “Arbor¿eld Special Care Lodge” Activity Fund or Nipawin and District Special Olympics. To send online condolences please visit www. coventryfuneralservices.ca. The family placed their trust with Coventry Funeral Services, Nipawin, SK. 306-862-4233

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Joyce Elsie McLACHLAN Joyce Elsie McLachlan passed from this life August 28, 2015 at Melfort, SK. Joyce Elsie Minter was born September 22, 1918, at Pennant, SK., to Fred and Eleanor Minter. She moved with the family to the New Osgoode district in 1923. She attended the country school of Vercheres. Joyce married Howard McLachlan on August 16, 1935. They lived on the farm near New Osgoode for almost 40 years before moving into the town of Zenon Park. Joyce worked diligently as a farming partner, mother and homemaker. When the clothing factory became operational in Zenon Park, she became a seamstress there. When that job came to an end, she took in boarders who needed care. In the ‘80’s, they moved to Nipawin. Another move was made in the latter 1980s to Melfort when their daughter Eleanor moved to Parkland Place so they could be near her. Joyce was predeceased by her husband, Howard (2002); daughter, Eleanor (2008); daughter, Janice (in infancy); granddaughter, Wendy (1969); great great granddaughter, Danika (2006); four brothers and one sister. Left to treasure her memory are her sons: Dee (Marie), Gerald (Helen), Randy (Cathy); her daughter, Deanna (Rick); 11 grandchildren, 19 great grandchildren; four great great grandchildren; as well as many nieces, nephews and friends. Funeral service was held at 11:00 a.m., on Wednesday, September 2, 2015, at The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, Melfort, SK. Interment followed at the Tisdale Cemetery. If friends so desire, memorial contributions may be directed to the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints - Melfort Branch or Salvation Army - Melfort Branch. We are honoured to serve the family. Condolences may be sent to www.barronsfuneralchapel.com or emailed: bfcc@sasktel.net


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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 2015

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Habitat helps family stay in their community Taryn Riemer reporter@tisdalerecorder.ca

Daniel and Allison Stephenson have been in Melfort for several years and it has become their home. However, when they were unable to afford a larger house for their family of six, they were almost forced to move out of the city. “We were actually planning on moving this winter because six years I’ve worked away from home and I took a job here in town, but just couldn’t afford to have a nice size house for all of us so,” said Daniel. Daniel said he really did not want to move because he knows what it’s like to leave your friends and he didn’t want that for his kids. “I grew up in a family that moved around and I never really got to make good friends,” he said. “Where I grew up [was] in a mining community so once every couple years I’d have to move.” The family applied to Habitat about three months ago, before they made a decision to move. “The house we were

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for days like today when they can celebrate accomplishments. Although the house is not completed, one day it will be. “One day there will be a front door there and through that front door a family member will walk through and they will say ‘honey I’m home’, and that is why we’re all here today because we all share in this great vision,” she said. During the ceremony the sponsors of Habitat were recognized and Mayor Rick Lang and MLA Kevin Phillips, among others, were there to say some remarks. “When we build these types of projects, it truly reflects the fibre of our community and I think it speaks very well about the city to be involved and about the citizens that are involved in our city, so thank you very, very much for the time and effort that you put into this project,” said Lang. “On behalf of the province I’d like to commend Habitat for Humanity and its dedicated staff and many, many volunteers who work tirelessly to create housing op-

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Allison, left, Daniel Stephenson, right, and their four boys found out they would be receiving the next Habitat for Humanity home in Melfort on Sept. 10. They attended the sod-turning and ceremony on Sept. 11.

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Melfort Habitat for Humanity celebrated the sod-turning for a future home on Sept. 11. From left, Gary Gilkinson, Kevin Phillips, Pat Langlois, Jeff Zenner, Richelle Rogers, Allison Stephenson, Daniel Stephenson, Rick Lang, Colleen Ratcliffe and Lyn Pederson.

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The possibility of a condo being put up in Central Park has been a very hot topic for the Town of Nipawin. On Sept. 9 there was a referendum held along with the byelection to give the town a chance to decide if they wanted a condo there and who would be the next councillor. There were 1082 people that came out and voted. For the byelection Ray Serack won with 517 votes, Pat Lowe came in second with 271, Rocky Chisholm in third with 156, Ken Snaith fourth with 84 and Don Ritthaler fifth with 48 votes. For the condo referendum there were 559 people who voted NO and 514 who voted YES to the question: “Are you in favour of the Council resolution to approve the discretionary use application from Span West Construction to construct a multi unit housing complex on the land located at Parcel 153408315, Block Z, Plan 101841151, Ext. 0?” After the referendum there was a council meeting held on Sept. 14 for council to decide if they were going to receive and file the official results of the referendum or not. “The NO votes won, but they only represent 13 per cent of our total electorate. So it was a very low number and I said repeatedly that I’m hoping that the community comes out in full force because it’s going to be very hard in council because we have the option of not accepting the NO vote,” said Mayor of Nipawin David Trann, prior to the Sept. 14 council meeting. Shirley Phillips, who started the petition to get this referendum going, also said she was disappointed with the low voter turnout. “I’m disappointed in that because I think it’s a right and a privilege to vote, to exercise our right to vote so I really wish more people had gotten out to vote,” she said.

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Trann said in the Municipalities Act, council has a right to overturn the results of a referendum and this is done to protect the community from a low voter turnout. The exact number of votes that is determined to be low is up to the council’s discretion. Trann said, in his mind, 1082 votes was a low number. During the council meeting six of the seven councillors voted to not accept the referendum results. David Tran, Michael Botterill, Terry Farden, Kathy Palidwar, Lewis Robin and Niclas Palidwar voted no to the resolution that stated council receive and file the official results of the referendum for the Central Park condominium held on the 9th day of September 2015. Ray Serack voted to accept the results. After the decision was made there was a public forum where people voiced their opinions both for and against council’s decision. Some people brought new ideas to the table about what council could look into doing in Central Park; others were outraged with the council’s decision. Phillips was at the council meeting and did not like the outcome, but did have a suggestion to council for the future. “I’m really disappointed with the council’s decision,” said Phillips. “I think it was obvious that a decision had already been previously made prior to the meeting. During the public forum that followed the council’s vote, there were many interesting suggestions shared and I think it would be a good idea to have more town hall public forums.” Trann said after the meeting that he stands by his and council’s decision. “Building that condo in that spot is the very right thing to do for Nipawin. We are, this council is trying hard to attract developers, grow this community [and] grow our tax base,” he said, adding we can’t push developers away.


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