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Full weekend for handlers and judges ALLan Wishart

The grounds at 5100 North Nechako Road went to the dogs on the weekend – in a good way. The Prince George Kennel Club held its annual dog show from Friday to Sunday, and both four-legged and two-legged visitors enjoyed the weekend. “We had to stop for about 20 minutes on Friday because of the lightning,” said professional dog handler Larry Clark, from Calgary, “but that was it. If it’s raining, the show goes on.” Clark gets to Prince George as often as he can, showing dogs for other owners. “I used to have my own dogs that I showed, but now I just show for others.” He said with some of the dogs, the owner doesn’t do a lot of work getting it ready for the show, so he has to, but other owners do most of the work themselves. “This little chihuahua I just showed was a perfect example. The owner couldn’t show it, and she asked me if I would show it. She wouldn’t even let her mother show it. “It got me in the heart. That will be the biggest prize for this weekend.” Clark was showing a wide variety of dogs on the weekend, from the chihuahua to an Irish wolfhound. “I got into it by accident, really,” he said. “I was a trainer, and people kept telling me I should be showing the dogs as well. “It’s a knack you get. A good handler can make a bad dog look good; a bad handler can make a good dog look bad.”

Claire Boudreau is another handler from Calgary who made the trip to Prince George. Sunday morning, she held one dachshund in her lap while three others squirmed for position in a cage beside her. “These dogs are all from an owner in Regina. There’s six varieties of dachshunds, and they all have their own personalities. “These ones like to stack themselves together when they’re in a cage. They get along really well.” Judge Nancy Popovich had to keep shedding layers of clothing on a beautiful Sunday morning. “I’m from Kelowna, and I’m kind of a hothouse flower,” she explained, “so I find it chilly here in the mornings.” As with the other judges at the show, Popovich was handling all seven groups of dogs for one show each day, which meant she could be seeing up to 175 dogs of all breeds. “I’ve been judging since 1994, and I was showing my own dogs since 1967 or 1968. It got to the stage where my dogs got older and I retired them from shows, but I wanted to stay involved.” Being a judge at a dog show isn’t a matter of showing up and getting to work. “It’s a long process,” Popovich said. “You start by being allowed to judge half of one of the groups, then you work up to judging a single group. After that, you get licences to judge more groups. “It takes 10 or 12 years to get to the point where you A lla n W ISHA RT/ Fre e Pre s s can judge a full show, like Larry Clark was handling all sizes of dogs at the Prince George Kennel Club Dog Show on the weekend, this one.” from chihuahuas to Irish wolfhounds.

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Prince George artists Milan Basic created a huge mural for the wall of Canada Games House, which was unveiled Friday morning.

Latest work is not a Basic mural ALLan Wishart

Having to work nights on a mural for the 2015 Canada Winter Games wasn’t a big problem for Prince George artist Milan Basic. “I sunburn easily,” he said Friday morning, shortly before the 24-foot high mural at the corner of Fifth Avenue and Quebec Street was unveiled. “I had to work at night, because we had to keep it under wraps so no one could see what it would look like – until now.” Shirley Bond, one of the speakers at the unveiling, could testify to Basic’s commitment. “My office is right across the street,” the Prince George-Valemount MLA said, “and I’ve been working late some nights. Whenever I left, I saw Milan working. “I had to do my best not to peek as I went by.” She added that the mural was an acknowledgement that the Games weren’t just about sports. “This is one of the ways we will have the Games make a lasting legacy, not just in sports, but in arts and culture in the region.” Mayor Shari Green echoed Bond’s remarks about the legacy value of the mural. “It’s helping to change the face of downtown, something we have been working hard to do. With the athletes village just a few blocks away, this will become a hub area during the Games.”

She also issued a challenge to another downtown business. “Now the pressure is on Telus to do something with their concrete wall.” Games host society CEO Stewart Ballentyne said he saw some significance in the date for the unveiling. “This is the same day as the Olympics open in London. You may not realize it, but 43 per cent of the Canadian team in London are Canada Games alumni. You will be seeing world-class athletes here in 2015.” Basic said the job took him just four nights. “I sketched the piece out on Sunday evening, and started painting on Monday. It’s done in spray paint, the same as some of my other larger works.” What is different, he said, is the style of painting. “This is much more photo-realistic, which is not what my other murals have looked like at all.” He noted the Canada Games Society had been “fantastic clients, great to work with,” and expressed his gratitude to the city of Prince George as a whole. “Moving here has helped me find inner peace, which is something important to everyone.” Just before the tarp covering the work was raised, Basic summed up why he painted the mural. “I like the colour it brings to Prince George, and it’s a legacy for my children and our children.”

Foul play ruled out in weekend Fraser River death

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While one of the convoy members grabbed a bite to eat in the passenger seat, visitors to the Freedom Route 5 convoy of historic military vehicles looked at the vehicles and information on display in the Legion parking lot on Monday.

The body of a man found floating in the Fraser River in the area of Landsdowne Road has been identified. No foul play is suspected. “The case has been turned over to the Coroners Service,” said Corp. Craig Douglass, Prince George RCMP media liaison. On July 29 just before 2 p.m., police were called to investigate the report of a body sighted floating in the river just past Fort George Park. After checking the shore lines on the west side of the river, the body was found in the Landsdowne Rd. area, nearly four km from the park. The RCMP’s forensic identification section and the B.C. Coroners Service were called to the scene. The man has been identified as Colin Oliver Wesley, 65, a city resident. The Coroners Service is continuing to investigate the cause of death. A press release from the service says, “The family of Mr. Wesley have been notified of his death. On behalf of family members, the Coroners Service asks that the media respect their privacy at this difficult time. The BC Coroners Service expresses its condolences to the family and friends of Mr. Wesley.”

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The timing could not be better. At the same time as Ryan Latchman is checking businesses around town to make sure they are accessible for people with disabilities (see story on B2), City Hall is being questioned regarding a matter of accessibility within its own walls. Vincent Sherry, the chairperson of the advisory committee on accessibility, sent a report to council for Monday’s meeting, outlining concerns with the main staircase at City Hall. “Several members of our committee over the years have been visually impaired,” the report says, “and have come close to falling down these stairs because the edges are not marked with any sort of contrast to indicate where the edge is.” Sunlight coming through the large windows by the staircase and the shininess of the floor also contribute to the problem. It is perhaps somewhat ironic that a council which was elected on the basis of being transparent and accessible is now being called on to fix a problem with a form of accessibility. The signs on the staircase suggest it’s better to take the stairs and get some exercise, rather than take the elevator. But in a case like this, safety trumps fitness. “Many other community buildings have excellent markings on the stairs,” the report continues, “such as the library and CN Centre. We understand that even the employee stairs at City Hall are better marked than the public stairs.” We hope that by the end of the week, we will have seen a city employee with a can of yellow (non-skid) paint or some yellow marking tape, making sure the steps of City Hall are safe for all citizens. It’s a small step towards making City Hall more accessible, in a very obvious way.

Justice must be done Recently, a 20-year-old man from Surrey received a month in jail for his part in the Stanley Cup riots, which took place just over a year ago. Many people are hoping this sets a precedent for future sentencing, and it should. A one-month term for taking part in a riot – in which millions of dollars in property damage was done, police were assaulted, 150 people were injured and the global reputation of the Vancouver area was severely damaged – is light punishment. However, it is likely that many of those charged will not receive any punishment. Their cases may well be thrown out of court because of excessive delay, due to the severely plugged nature of the court system. If a case is delayed for 18 months or longer, through no fault of the defence, it is quite likely it will not come to trial. This is unacceptable. While it says volumes about the state of the court system, something that few people pay attention to unless they are directly involved, it sends a bad message to the rioters. It tells them they should do all they can to delay the process until they are charged. And they should not plead guilty. As a result, they may see their case dropped. The provincial government should set up a temporary court which can deal solely with riot cases. Everyone who is charged in connection with the riot should face trial, and do time if found guilty. If such a temporary court proves to work well, it could be used in other situations – such as to relieve system congestion in specific areas. If rioters are able to get off without any consequences because of a backlog of cases, the criminal justice system needs some creative fixing. The province can do something about this – now. Authority must trump lawlessness – Black Press

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I would just like everyone to know that I have noti- Prince George. • I was out at the Prince George Airport on Sunfied the Prince George RCMP and advised them that day afternoon to pick up my nephew, flying in from someone stole something from me. I’m not exactly sure which one it was, but there’s Edmonton, and I was glad to see they have made the no way I’ve gone through seven months already this list of names for the new photo exhibit there someyear. One of them is missing, and I mean to find out what more permanent. When the exhibit of local faces opened in June, who took it. they had the lists of names on a few pieces of paper Shall we amble? sort of taped to some of the pillars. • It’s that time of year again. I noticed Now, they have plasticized pages with it when Mom and I went to Barkerville more tape and just a couple of sets of on my holidays a couple of weeks ago, them. I still see people looking at the phoand I’m noticing it more now in Prince Allan’s tos, and I’ve informed a couple of them George. Amblings that if they know someone from Prince Out-of-province licence plates are AllanWishart George, check the lists and see if their picsomething I’ve always had a bit of in ture is in the display. interest in. I remember years ago, when • It’s going to feel kind of strange going to a my family used to head out to Saskatchewan and Manitoba for summer holidays, any time we stopped Mariners game in September this year and not seeing someplace like Jasper, I would take a look through Ichiro Suzuki in the Mariners’ lineup. The outfielder was traded to the Nw York Yankees the parking lot and see what exotic places the vehilast week, apparently at his request to allow the team cles were from. Of course, seeing Alberta or Saskatchewan plates to continue building with younger players. He’s slowed down since he first came to the Major soon became commonplace, as did plates from Washington, Oregon and California. But there was always Leagues as a Japanese veteran in 2001, but he can still the thrill of seeing a colour combination you didn’t flash some of his skills. His first game as a Yankee recognize and going over to see where they were was in Seattle, and he singled in his first at-bat, then stole second. from. Before he stepped into the batter’s box, however, I’m sure it drove my parents nuts at times, having me hunched over the divider behind the back seat he got a 45-second standing ovation from the Seattle and the front seat (seatbelt? What seatbelt?), watch- fans. He responded by taking off his batting helmet ing oncoming traffic and reading off the places they and bowing to the fans, acknowledging their support. were from. It was a great moment. He has more than 2,500 I still have that same kind of enthusiasm for spotting different licence plates, but now it also serves as hits in the Major Leagues, and didn’t get to North a reminder that these people are tourists, and may America until he was 28. I can only imagine how be driving a bit slower than we would like, because many hits he would have if he had been able to come they’re keeping their eyes open for a particular street to the Majors when he was, say, 21 or 22. I guess maybe I won’t take my Ichiro jersey to the they need to turn on. So be polite, and make them want to come back to Mariners’ game this year. Circulation Manager........................ Heather Trenaman Email:

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Knights looking ahead to next tourney AListair McInnis

Jody Hannon called Sunday’s provincial triumph at Citizen Field more satisfying than the experience five years ago. “Definitely. I’m so happy,” the IDL Midget Knights first baseman said shortly after they captured the 2012 BC Minor Baseball Association Midget AA provincial title. “I can’t really explain how it feels right now. I’m lost with words right now.” Despite obvious differences, it was hard not looking at the Knights without some reflection of a 2007 Prince George minor baseball team that also won a B.C. title at home. Anybody who followed the Knights en route to winning the championship banner knew how much most members of the team had been through. Hannon, 18, is among a core that had been playing together the past eight years. It’s a group that’s wrapping up its final campaign under the provincial minor baseball umbrella, as they’re 1994-born graduates ineligible to return next year. Among their trials and tribulations have been shortcomings in the previous two midget AA provincials. Last year, the Knights finished runner-up to the Vancouver Mounties, suffering a 10-2 setback in the championship game. Two

years ago, a less experienced Knights squad lost in the semfinals as hosts of the 2010 tournament. But they’ve had successes, notably as teammates on the Ritchie Bros. squad that won a 2007 Little League title. “This one felt like a lot closer game throughout the whole game,” said Hannon, who’s moving on to play varsity baseball at Okanagan College in the fall. “Back when we were 11, 12, 13, it was kind of a blowout and there was only three teams. The fact that out of 10 teams we came out on top after losing yesterday, it feels pretty good and it was a good team effort. Nobody got selfish.” The Knights won this year’s 10-team provincial tournament with a 7-3 triumph over Tsawwassen. In the 2007 Cal Ripken final, they hammered Langley 11-1. Quesnel rounded out the list of teams in that event, with those games held at Gyro Park. While he isn’t part of the graduating core, secondyear player Jared Young was a part of the 2007 Ritchie Bros. team. A lis ta ir M cINNIS/ Fre e Pre s s “I like (this championship) a lot more,” he said. Players on the IDL Midget Knights storm the mound following the final out of Sunday’s championship “When I was a kid, I didn’t game at Citizen Field. The Knights won the BC Minor Baseball Association Midget AA provincial title with even realize what it was all a 7-3 triumph over Tsawwassen in the final. about. This was just a lot base, while Hannon was the semifinal on Sunday, turned 17 this summer, Aug. 16 to 20 in Morden, better, I was a lot more into at the receiving end of the throwing a complete-game, it isn’t over for the third- Man. “I don’t know what it’s final play, as a ground out seven-inning shutout in a year players yet. Sunday’s it I guess.” victory gave the Knights going to be like because 2-0 win over Kelowna. Hannon and Young were ended the game. While the path to minor the right to represent the I’ve never been there Young also stepped up both on the diamond when the final ended on Sun- with a dominating perfor- baseball graduation is a lit- province at the Western myself,” Young said. “But day. Young played third mance on the mound in tle longer for Young, who Canadian championships, I think we’ll be fine.”

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For Canadian performer Dave Bidini, tying hockey together with music has become second nature. Motivation has helped turn him into the success story he is today. But the 48-year-old also benefited from being raised in a region where it wasn’t hard to get influenced as an up and comer in the entertainment industry. Bidini hails from the greater Toronto region – Etobicoke to be precise –  a heavily populated, diverse and sophisticated part of the country. A few of Canada’s top bands and musicians started their careers in the city. Considering hockey is about as Canadian as maple syrup, he can’t be blamed for developing a passion for the contact sport on ice. He plays the game, watches the game and even sings about the game. All that noted, Bidini may be as suitable a guest for the Y Champions Hockey Weekend as they come. Bidini joins TSN SportsCentre hosts Jay Onrait and Dan O’Toole as guests of the third annual event of its kind, Sept. 7 and 8 in Prince George. Bidini’s band, fittingly called BidiniBand, will perform a concert at Shooters Pub downtown on Sept. 7. “It’s pretty high energy and we’re a very sort of friendly band,” Bidini says. “Also, we’re inter-

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Musician Dave Bidini is one of the special guests for the third annual Y Champions Hockey Weekend on Sept. 7 and 8. ested in coming to new places and stuff too, and I had always heard that Prince George is a great place to play, a real interesting cultural city and stuff.” Members of BidiniBand also plan on showing off their on-ice skills during their visit. “I’m sort of in the middle and our drummer Don (Kerr) is kind of, I guess he would sort of be like as big as a lion. But his ankles

or whatever and his skating, he’s still developing his skating style,” Bidini says. “But he’s a real gamer and tries really hard. We’ve kind of got every level of hockey represented in our band I’d say.” The band includes guitarist Paul Linklater and bassist Doug Friesen. BidiniBand was formed in 2007 after the Rheostatics, a band Bidini founded in 1979. Kerr also performed with the Rheo-

statics, Bidini noting that spectators attending their Prince George show can expect to hear songs from the original band. As a resident of the greater Toronto area, Bidini has followed and supported the Maple Leafs. Like so many Leafs fans of the National Hockey League franchise, Bidini has remained loyal, despite the team holding the National Hockey League’s lon-

gest Stanley Cup drought at 45 years and counting. Bidini’s song list even includes an ode to former Toronto Maple Leafs player Wendel Clark, and he’s performed at many hockey events. He even did a tribute show for the late Pat Burns, the former NHL head coach who passed away from cancer in November 2010 at the age of 58. Bidini is also a journalist, writer and filmmaker. He has a weekly column in the National Post, has written several books and put together different films. He helped put together BidiniBand’s In the Rock Hall album earlier this year, and is working on another book. Bidini has also travelled a lot, his career taking him around North America and overseas. The band’s summer touring schedule includes a stop in Wells for the upcoming ArtsWells festival. They’ll lead a songwriting band camp from July 31 to Aug. 3, and are among the list of festival musical performers. “I think you’re always kind of excited by your next thing, and what you’re working on at the time, the last song that’s written and the next book,” Bidini says. “The worst thing you can do really as an artist is to look back and rest on it. You’re happy to have that body of work, but you want to keep moving forward, so I think that’s kind of part of it for me.”

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ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Do you think you may have a problem with Alcohol? Alcohol Anonymous, Box 1257, Prince George, BC V2L 4V5 Call 250-564-7550 NECHAKO RIVER

FLOW FACTS July 18, 2012 Reservoir Elevation: 852.7 m (2797.59 ft) SLS Discharge: 290.92 m3/s Cheslatta Falls: ? Nautley River: 74 m3/s Vanderhoof: 359 m3/s Isle Pierre: 804 m3/s The annual Summer Temperature Management Program begins 20 July. The current discharge will be maintained until 20 August. For more information please call Rio Tinto Alcan at 250-567-5105. A recording of Flow Facts is available 24-hours in Vanderhoof at 5675812

Children Daycare Centers Judy’s Childcare (Licensed) has FT openings for 2 children ages 1-3. Fraserview Sub. Near Van Bien school. Ph: (250) 562-1567

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Program Administrator Prince George Youth Soccer Association (PGYSA) includes 2500 players and over 300 volunteer coaches and managers for outdoor soccer as well as indoor programs that run from October to April. Our offices are located in our indoor facility at 965 Winnipeg Street in Prince George. The Program Administrator is responsible for membership services that include registrations and the building of teams and schedules for outdoor and indoor programs. The Administrator is responsible for ordering, receiving and monitoring inventory as well maintaining a line of communication with our players, coaches, volunteers and parents. The Program Administrator will assist the Executive Director in the day to day operations of the Association and will be the first contact for visitors and our members (players, coaches, volunteers and parents) to have their inquiries and requests attended to. Customer service skills; being computer literate; and the ability to stay focused while switching from task to task throughout the day are essential. The willingness to work varied hours, including some weekends is required. This is a full-time position. To apply please forward your resume along with a cover letter indicating how your skills and experience relate to this position. Please indicate your salary expectations and provide three references. Send your application to:

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Career Opportunities


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Part-Time Associate required for the Prince George area to renew & acquire new client ads for our publication in this established territory. Self-motivated with some sales background and computer skills. Own vehicle. We supply all the sales tools for your success. Well-established company. Good renumeration including a bonus. Send resume to or phone (250)-554-4474 for more information.

CERTIFIED MILLWRIGHTS/APPRENTICES WFP is currently seeking Certified Millwrights and Apprentices to join our Alberni Pacific Sawmill Division located in Port Alberni, BC. These are hourly USW union positions with a certified rate of $34.14 per hour and a comprehensive benefit package. Details of the collective agreement can be viewed at Complete job details can be viewed at: THE COMPANY: Western Forest Products Inc. is an integrated Canadian forest products company located on Vancouver Island that is committed to the safety of our employees, the culture of performance and the discipline to achieve results. If you believe that you have the skills and qualifications that we are looking for, please reply in confidence, citing the Reference Code in your subject line: Human Resource Department Facsimile: 1.866.840.9611 Application Deadline: Thursday, August 2, 2012 Email: Reference Code: Millwright, APD As only short listed candidates will be contacted, WFP thanks you in advance for your interest in our Company. Please visit

LAKEWOOD ELECTRIC LTD. Located in Prince George, B.C. requires an experienced Accounts Receivable Clerk immediately. The successful candidate will be an important part of a team responsible for delivering an exceptional client experience to an interesting and diverse group of customers. Our innovative group will provide the successful candidate with the opportunity to work within a dedicated team of professionals in an exciting and growing practice delivering accounting, bookkeeping and review engagements to a wide range of small to large clients. The successful candidate will be offered a competitive salary and a benefit package is negotiable. Skills and Experience: • 1-2 + experience in Accounts Receivable, in a service or construction setting preferred. • Technical experience in the accounting programs: Explorer & Cortex preferred. • Advanced proficiency with MS Office applications, including Excel, Word and Outlook a requirement. • Exposure to Collections would be an asset. • Strong communication skills, both verbally and written. • Strong organizational skills with the ability to multi-task and work under pressure. • Strong commitment to excellence and attention to detail. • Ability to work independently as well as part of a team. Essential Duties and Responsibilities: • Maintain Accounts Receivable customer files and ensure accuracy of records. • Ensure monthly deadlines are met for billing, including invoice posting in the Explorer & Cortex systems. • Provide timely data entry and accurate job cost reporting. • Perform collection calls and follow-up on discrepancies. • Perform other duties and help other departments as required. • All other duties as assigned by the management group. • Ensure internal policies and procedures are followed and applied. Contact information: Email a cover letter, stating wage expectations and a resume to:

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Help Wanted


Help Wanted

Hotel, Restaurant, Food Services

Trades, Technical

An Alberta Construction Company is hiring dozer, excavator and labour/rock truck operators. Preference will be given to operators that are experienced in oilfield road and lease construction. Lodging and meals provided. The work is in the vicinity of Edson, Alberta. Alcohol & Drug testing required. Call Contour Construction at 780-723-5051. Forestry - Skidder Operator needed for Vernon, BC area. Experience required. Fax Resume with experience and references: 250-503-1148. Only those selected for an interview will be contacted. Holbrook Dyson Logging Ltd/ Newcastle Timber Have vacancies in the following job: 1)Heavy Duty Mechanic 2)Driller/Blaster 3)Swamper 4)Hydraulic Log Loader Operator 5)Yarder Operator. Details can be seen at Fax resume to 250-287-9259 Part Time Festival Coordinator wanted for 6 month contract. Event organizational experience an asset. Drop resume off at 1529 - 8th Ave. Resident Handyman/Caretaker Couple and Front Desk Clerks wanted for Kamloops Motel. Apply with Resume to: Scott’s Inn 551 11th Ave Kamloops BC V2C 3Y1 or email or Fax 250-372-9444

Dana Mandi EAST INDIAN RESTAURANT REQUIRES: 2 full-time Chefs, 40 hrs per week, $17/hr min 2 yrs exp. 1 Food server supervisor 40 hrs per week $18/hr. Must speak Hindi or Punjabi & English. Drop resume @ 2095 5th Ave. or email:

Career Opportunities

Karahi King Restaurant o/a K.K.R. Indian Bistro & Bar is hiring for Tandoori Cooks, Curry Cooks, Sweet Makers-All $17/hr. and Kitchen Helpers & Dishwasher - $10.25/hr, Food & Beverage Servers - $11.50/hr. All 40 hrs/wk. 3519 CHARTWELL AVE., PRINCE GEORGE, BC,V2N 6Y4.

MOTEL MANAGER & HOTEL EXECUTIVE HOUSEKEEPER Prince Motel is currently looking for a hard-working, self motivated and experienced individual to fill the position of a Motel Manager. If interested please email your resume to or Phone at 778-822-0101

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HEAVY Duty Mechanic required with certified inspection license; competitive wages; benefit package; full time; located in Rossland Trail area. Please send resume and or request for further detail to email: or by fax 250-364-9956.

Help Wanted

Tolko Industries Ltd. is a forest products company with marketing and manufacturing facilities throughout Western Canada. Our commitment to excellence in the forest industry has resulted in significant growth. We are currently seeking a qualified 2nd Class Shift Engineer to join our team in Armstrong, British Columbia. Our facility is a 20 Megawatt Biomass fired Co-Generation plant. QUALIFICATIONS; ¡ 2nd Class Power Engineer Certificate ¡ 5 yrs. or more of Operating & Maintenance Experience ¡ Superior Troubleshooting Skills ¡ Excellent Organizational Skills

READY TO APPLY YOURSELF? If you are interested in exploring this opportunity and being part of our community, please visit our website at and submit your resume by July 30, 2012

Help Wanted

H2S Alive (Enform), St John (Red Cross) Standard First Aid and In House D&A test, are required.

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Help Wanted

CSFS has openings for Registered Nurses to join our network of health care professionals in the following positions • Home Care Nurse in Vanderhoof (35 hours per week) • Community Health Nurse in Takla Lake (35 hours per week) • Community Health Nurse in Stellat’en and Nadleh Whut’en (21 hours per week) CSFS offers a healthy work-life balance and competitive compensation packages. To learn more about our organization and other employment opportunities, visit To apply, send your resume and cover letter to hr@csfs. org or by fax to (250)562-8843 or to our toll-free fax at 1-888-554-7244.

Help Wanted

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oast Mountains Board of Education School District 82

PROGRAMMER ANALYSIST Coast Mountains School District 82 is seeking a full time experienced, progressive and skilled individual to join the IT support team as a Programmer Analyst. This position is within CUPE Local 2052. The District: Coast Mountains School District 82 is located in northwestern British Columbia and includes the communities of Terrace, Kitimat, the Hazeltons, Kitwanga and Stewart. IT support services are provided to approximately 4,900 students and 700 employees. The IT department is located in Terrace, a beautiful community with modern medical, educational and recreational facilities.

Ashley Furniture Homestore is now hiring delivery drivers for our new Quesnel homestore. Both part time and full time positions available. Applicants must have a valid class 5 driver’s license, be willing to work on weekends, be in good physical health, exible, reliable, personable and hard working. Duties and responsibilities will include: store maintenance, furniture assembly, warehouse management, customer service and furniture delivery. Please apply in person with a resume at City Furniture and Appliances, 362 Reid Street.

For further information please go to: Position closes August 1, 2012.

Trades, Technical

Ashley Furniture Homestore is now hiring sales associates for our new Quesnel homestore. Full time positions available. We are looking for people who care about the quality products and services they represent, their customers, and their co-workers. We are seeking women and men who are self motivated, energized, customer service and sales focused. If you’re fashion forward, passionate, relentless, professional, and a “people personâ€?, we want to talk with you. Applicants must be willing to work on weekends, have computer knowledge, be exible, hard working and reliable. Duties and responsibilities will include: store maintenance, basic assembly, customer service and sales. Please apply in person with a resume at City Furniture and Appliances, 362 Reid Street.

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Acreage for Sale

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Antiques / Classics

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BEAUTIFUL Four Acre Lot on Catherine Drive. High volume well. Partially cleared with some graveled area, nicely treed and has flat areas ideal for a house site. For more information, please call Judy Mason at 250-564-2660


Garage Sales Sat. 9-3 Near new 4 x 8 Air hockey table, baby clothes & furniture, used clothing & many household items. 5560 Park Drive.

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We bring creative design ideas to the table, as we work closely with you to achieve the perfect remodel. No job too big and none certainly, too small. Call Tom today for free estimate.

Misc. for Sale HOT TUB (SPA) COVERS. Best price. Best quality. All shapes & colours available. 1-866-652-6837

G Gilbert Renovation Year round reno needs. Int/ext, nothing too small. 30 yrs exp. Free estimates! Call Gaetan (250) 560-5845 or 552-7184

Landscaping Pruning, mowing, rubbish removal, asphalt, crack, pothole repair & sealing PG Yard Service (250)552-2122

SPRING YARD CLEAN-UP Garbage Removal & Gutter Cleaning Power Raking ~ Aerating (250)961-3612 or (250)964-4758 res

Merchandise for Sale

Antiques / Vintage Carlton Ware Australian design vintage lobster salad bowl, tri footed $100 , 7-9” lobster plates,$70, lobster lettuce leaf serving dish $30 or all for $170 250-596-1220

Mobile Homes & Parks

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White pine table and 4 chair $100, 3 pce beige tone chair, loveseat & sofa $250 OBO 250-563-7227

Misc. Wanted I Buy Old Coins & Collections Olympic, Gold Silver Coins etc Call Chad 250-863-3082 Local

Real Estate Acreage for Sale

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Modular Homes

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Mobile Homes & Parks

PUREBRED MAREMMA PUPPIES FOR SALE! asking $350 Great Guardian Dogs Perfect for protecting livestock and yard against predators (especially wolves & coyotes). Very friendly towards people and they DO NOT WANDER

A- STEEL SHIPPING STORAGE CONTAINERS / Bridges / Equipment Wheel loaders JD 644E & 544A / 63’ & 90’ Stiff boom 5th wheel crane trucks/Excavators EX200-5 & 892D-LC / Small forklifts / F350 C/C “Cabs”20’40’45’53’ New/ Used/ Damaged /Containers Semi Trailers for Hiway & StorageCall 24 Hrs 1-866-528-7108 Delivery BC and AB

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2666 Upland Street 1 & 2 bedroom apts. Rent includes: hydro, heat, hot water, appliances, drapes and parking. Quiet, no pets


Houses For Sale Investment Property or Mortgage Helper. Beautiful 4500 + sq ft executive home in Quesnel, has 2 authorized self contained rental suites that generate a combined monthly income of $1250.00. The main part of the house is also rented bringing an additonal $1350.00 per month. The main house has lrg rooms & contains 4 or 5 bedrooms ,3 1/2 baths, living room, dining room lrg kitchen ,breakfast room, family room , office-library,private covered deck,double car garage , built in vac,2 driveways,can email pics upon request. Serious inquiries only.Sale price REDUCED $329,900.00. Call 250-4928840 or email

Lakeshore Summit Lake: 1 acre sub lake lot A-frame w/trailer & hydro. $35,000 Ph 778-415-2150 after 5

Rentals Apt/Condo for Rent


• 1 & 2 bedroom apartments available • Close to hospital & downtown • Rent includes heat, hot water • Elevator to undercover parking • Fridge, stove, quality carpets, drapes • Laundry on each floor • No pets

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250-561-1447 GATEWAY MANOR 2080 20th Ave. Clean, quiet bldg with security entrance. No pets, spacious 1 & 2 bdrm suites . Resident mgr 250-5619397. Bach $500, 1 bdr. $570, 2 bdr. $650; heat, h/w incl., 1601 Queensway; 250-596-4275 250-612-7199 Briarwood Apts. 1330/80 Foothills Blvd. 1 & 2 Bdrm suites 250-561-1571 HARDWOOD MANOR APTS Under New Management! 1 & 2 bdrm suites Heat & Hot water included.

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Commercial/ Industrial

Majestic Management (1981) Ltd. CE • OFFI ERCIAL M • COM IL A T • RE Space available for rent For all your rental needs Call 562-8343 or 562-RENT

Duplex / 4 Plex 3 bdrm upper level suite for rent. Includes utilities Reasonably priced. 250-552-1178

Homes for Rent 2788 Victoria St. 5 bdrm, 2 kitchen, 2 bath, rent negotiable, good for 2 families. (250)961-2265 3 bd up 2 bd down, 2 baths, w/d,f/s Brock Drive, College Heights close to school and bus.Fenced yard $1000 per mon. 250-617-0945


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Spacious 3 bdrm apts Clean, quiet, secure entrance. Students Welcome. Rental Incentives. No Dogs

Phone 250-596-4555



for large apartment building in Prince George. Ideal position for responsible couple. Bookkeeping, sales and maintenance skills an asset. Send resumes with references to: Majestic Management (1981) Ltd., #800-299 Victoria St., Prince George, BC, V2L 5B8

1 & 2 bedroom Adult orientated, close to downtown & bus route. N/S, N/P. Parking.

Shared Accommodation

Park Village Apartments 125 N Ospika Blvd 2 & 3 bdrm suites Phone 250-612-5162

Are you a female student coming to Prince George for school? Quiet, friendly home to share with single woman. On bus route, Internet included, own bedroom, share rest of house, $550. Can be room and board, cost negotiable. Availability starting July or August. References required. Contact Lorraine at

Call: (250) 562-7172

Pine Glen Apartments 255 N. Ospika (Rental Office) Spacious clean 2 & 3 bdrm 1 1/2 bath Heat, Hot water & Parking incl. Laundry & Play ground on Site. Ask about our new rates Bus route to all amenities 250-561-1823

Pine Grove Apts Clean bach, 1 & 2 bdrm apts Student & other incentives No Dogs

Phone 250-563-2221

VENICE PLACE APTS 1438 Queensway Bachelor, 1 & 2 bdrm Suites Balcony, Elevator, Underground parking. Heat included Call (250)561-1446

Suites, Lower 1 bdrm furn/unfurn NS Utilities & laundry incl. References required. Incentive for seniors. Avail immed. 250-562-2444 439 Ogilvie St 2 bdrm bsmt suite $750/mo includes utilities (250)961-2265

Suites, Upper Near Costco 2 bdrm suite, main floor incl. heat/hydro & laundry. No Pets pls $700/mo available now. Ph (250)6124785 or (250)552-3989

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Cars - Sports & Imports


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Recreational/Sale 2011 18’ Creekside Trailer A/C, elec awning, Loaded. Reduced $14,000 OBO 250596-4145

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This is the Daily edition of the Prince George Free Press for July 31, 2012