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Haille Zelinski gets a good sniff of a bath bomb from the Happy Hippo Bath booth at the 36th annual Studio Fair on Friday. The juried event showcased the wares of 93 juried artisans from the northern region and across the country.

Maclean’s ranks UNBC No. 2

Maclean’s Magazine released the results of its annual ranking Thursday and UNBC tied its highest ranking ever, placing second among 19 small, “primarily undergraduate” Canadian universities. Mt. Allison, more than 150 years older than UNBC, placed first. This is the eighth straight year UNBC has been ranked the best university in its category west of Atlantic Canada. “We have terrific faculty, fantastic students, great relationships with communities throughout the North, and a wonderful

environment for teaching and research. It’s no wonder UNBC continues to perform well in Maclean’s,” said UNBC President George Iwama in a press release. “All those associated with UNBC should take pride in their university.” In its selection of UNBC, Maclean’s cited UNBC’s favorable student-teacher ratio and research funding. “The University of Northern British Columbia’s second-place finish is an even bigger story. UNBC, an 18-year-old school, debuted

at ninth place 14 years ago. This year it has the highest total research dollars, and the second best student-faculty ratio, impressive for such a young school.” Maclean’s considers 13 indicators of the quality of students, faculty, libraries and finances to assess 49 universities. Each is placed in one of three categories— Medical/Doctoral, Comprehensive, or Primarily Undergraduate—to recognize differences in size, programming, and research activity.


Imagine grants available again

For the fourth year in a row, Northern Health is looking for community partners who have great ideas for a health promotion project that will help improve the health and well-being of those living, working, learning and playing in northern B.C. We want to encourage people to visit the IMAGINE grants website for more information and to apply for grants.

This year, Northern Health is shifting the alignment of the grants to showcase their community health philosophy that health happens in the community and prevention is everyone’s responsibility. We have developed position statements focusing on key modifiable risk factors to support grassroots to government solutions to improving health and wellness by supporting action and partnerships at

the community level. You can learn more about this work our Position Statements Addressing Risk Factors website. IMAGINE grants will provide approximately $365,000 in total this year to community groups and organizations who are successful in illustrating their vision of a health promotion project. Interested groups are encouraged to apply for grants in several categories.

Spirit of the North elects board

The Spirit of the North Healthcare Foundation held its 21st annual general meeting on Oct 30. Re-elected to the Board was Darren Masse (BMO Nesbitt Burns), Shane Lapierre (Prince George Fire Fighters), Trevor Lutes (Scotiabank) and Tom Sentes (Wood Wheaton). Newly elected to a two-year term were Don Gowan (Finning Canada), Albert Koehler (city councillor), Colleen Sparrow (Prince George Citizen) and David Yarmish (David J. Yarmish & Associates). Continuing on the Board as the regional representative is Paul Stewart (Gulbranson Logging, Vanderhoof) and Rhonda Loose (Auxiliary to UHNBC). These new Directors join Judy Jackson, Colin Kinsley, Diane Rog-

ers and Trevor Slaney on the Board. Also continuing on the board is Finlay Sinclair, Director of Business Development representing Northern Health. Dr. Michelle Sutter after a decade of service to the board representing the medical community completed her term. Dr. Linda Wilson will be joining the Board. Ron Epp, managing partner of KPMG presented the audited financial statements for the fiscal year ending March 31, 2012. Last year, the Foundation had gross revenues of $2,487,527 and issued grants totaling $1,912,401 to UHNBC and numerous other Northern Health facilities throughout northern B.C. President Darren Masse introduced Jessica Aldred as the new Chief Executive Officer

who recently moved to the North after 13 years working in fundraising for a number of organizations. Masse, in his president’s address spoke to the fact that the foundation remains committed to its responsibility as “good stewards of the funds you, our donors have given to us… We need you to know that, we appreciate the trust you have placed in us to make sure your donation to health care is being used most efficiently and for the best impact on health care in the North. “As we improve the quality of our external partnerships, we must strive to understand what is needed in the north and how we can create maximum impact on health care through philanthropy.”

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Reverend Susan Scott delivers the service at a service for war veterans Sunday. Te re s a M A LLA M / Fre e Pre s s

Job numbers drop in October

It was a different Pat Bell on Friday. After almost being giddy when discussing monthly job numbers the past few months, Friday’s news that the province lost 10,900 jobs in October Bell was a little more somber. B.C.’s labour force decreased by 18,600 people in October and now stands at 2,484,800. Compared with 14 months ago, B.C.’s labour force has increased by 31,100 people.

B.C.’s unemployment rate of 6.7 per cent is down from September’s rate of 7.0 per cent and is 0.1 of a percentage point higher than October 2011’s rate of 6.6 per cent. B.C. has Canada’s fourth-lowest unemployment rate. Alberta (4.5 per cent), Saskatchewan (4.7 per cent) and Manitoba (5.6 per cent) have lower unemployment rates. The unemployment rate for youth (15 to 24 years of age) was recorded at 13.4 per cent, down by 0.6 percentage points from Sep-

tember. In October 2011, the youth unemployment rate was recorded at 12.7 per cent. Last month strong gains were recorded in finance, insurance, real estate and leasing (+10,300 jobs), other services (+8,000 jobs), information, culture and recreation (+5,000 jobs) and construction (+3,200 jobs). Even with the loss of 10,900 jobs in October, the province remains on track to meet its BC Jobs Plan targets, said the always optimistic Bell.

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vehicle out to the point where the driver I can’t really call the drivers I saw last could put the pedal to the metal and zoom week Blacktop Blockheads, because most of off through the snow. them were driving on snow. • Of course, some drivers like the snow How about Whiteout Weirdos? because it does make the roads more slipWorks for me. pery, and gives them a “reason” to go charg• I would have hoped that having a lot of snow and ice on the road would have made ing through yellow or even red lights. “Well, officer, I couldn’t stop safely even some driver think a bit more about the way though I saw the light change. they were driving, and strive to do Well, yes, I was going about 75 on so in a safer manner. Wrong again. a municipal street, but that was the The number of total idiots on the Allan’s main reason I figured I wouldn’t be road didn’t decrease, although I Amblings able to stop in time.” would say the number of people AllanWishart Somehow I don’t think telling the driving intelligently (i.e. with officer you were speeding and that’s respect for the changed conditions) why you couldn’t stop is going to stop them did increase. It’s not that difficult a concept, from giving you a ticket. people. Snow equals slippery which should • The next person I have seen recently is indicate the need for driving slower and takone who I do feel a little sorry for, but a lot ing more care. of times they bring the problem on themNot for the one person I saw the Monselves. This is the person who has come up day of the snowstorm, who came swinging to a stop sign, and sees a slight break in the around a corner and slid across into the traffic, so they start to make their turn . . . second lane, bumping the curb while going and get their tires spinning in the snow as sideways, which helped to straighten the

they do so, which usually results in oncoming traffic having to slow down (or stop) while our friend finally makes their turn. If there is snow or ice on the corner, even I know that’s going to slow you down a bit when you’re trying to turn, so make sure you have a lot more room than you needed a month ago to make that turn. Of course, it would also help if the more of the roads were plowed within a couple of days of the snow. As of Sunday, four days after the main storm stopped, 18th Avenue still hadn’t been plowed. ANd don’t get me started on how 15th Avenue eastbound between Foothills and Nicholson is mostly one lane because of the snow piled in the inside lane by the plows. • All that said, last week may have been the wildest week of weather I’ve seen in some time in Prince George. We went from about three days of steady snow to -20 to rain within the course of about seven days. Weird.

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Lieutenant Governor retires

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VICTORIA – Wearing a kilt representing the clan of a Scottish ancestor, Lieutenant Governor Steven Point ended his five-year term Thursday with a unique ceremony at the B.C. legislature. In the ornate rotunda now decorated by his hand-carved dugout canoe, B.C.’s first aboriginal Queen’s representative joined a choir and band to perform an original song he dedicated to the people of B.C. Premier Christy Clark presented Point and his wife Gwendolyn with gifts, and Point was visibly moved when presented with a hand-crafted guitar made in Kamloops. Clark praised the couple for their work during the past five years, including a partnership with Rotary Clubs on literacy in remote B.C. communities. Clark recounted Point’s career, starting as a chief of his own First Nation, moved on to Grand Chief of the Sto:lo Tribal Council, earning two law degrees, becoming a provincial court judge, and serving as chief commissioner of the B.C. Treaty Commission before accepting Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s invitation to serve as Lieutenant Governor.

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Premier Christy Clark presents Lieutenant Governor Steven Point with a handmade guitar as he ended his five-year term at a ceremony at the B.C. legislature Thursday.

“He set out to be a role model for First Nations people, to inspire young people, and he has reached that goal,” Clark said. Point praised Clark and said the country needs more women leaders, and also showed his penchant for humour.

“Well, it’s all over,” Point said. “I feel like Dorothy at the end of the Wizard of Oz. I’m going to go home now.” Chilcotin rancher Judith Guichon is to be sworn in Friday as B.C.’s 29th Lieutenant Governor.


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JOB POSTING – Plant Accountant Pinnacle Pellet is seeking an experienced Accountant to fill a full-time accounting position at its Strathnavor BC Plant location (approximately 50 km north of Quesnel). Responsibilities include: • Full cycle accounting including payables, payroll coordination and inventory control • Involved in budgeting process and monthly analysis of budget variances • Maintain bank records and prepare cash flow forecasts Skills and Qualifications: • Preference given to candidate enrolled in accounting designation program • Background in a manufacturing environment an asset • Proficiency with Microsoft Office • High level of accuracy and attention to detail • Excellent Written and Verbal Communication Pinnacle Pellet is a dynamic and rapidly growing company that currently manufactures wood pellets at 6 locations in British Columbia. Pinnacle offers competitive salaries and benefits, as well as the opportunity for young professionals to build a long term career. Submit your resume to: E-mail: hr@pinnaclepellet.com

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FRONT COUNTER & KITCHEN Frankie’s Burger Enterprises Inc. dba Fatburger hiring for their location in Prince George,BC. Food Counter Attendant($10.90/hr) & Kitchen Helper ($10.25/hr for all locations); both 40hrs/week+ben. Apply by Fax: (604) 637-8874.

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CHILDREN’S ASSESSMENT & SUPPORT WORKERS Prima Assessment Centre is an accredited residential behavioral assessment program for children ages 5 – 12. We are currently accepting resumes from skilled, caring, energetic, individuals who are seeking challenging, rewarding opportunities to facilitate positive growth and change in the lives of children in care. Qualifications include a relevant degree or 2 year diploma, related experience, have/willing to obtain Therapeutic Crisis Intervention (TCI) certificate, valid 1st Aid Certificate and Class 5 drivers license. Casual Work is available to cover 8 hour shifts within the 24 hour/7 day a week program. Union Wages for casual employees start at 17.25 per hour plus 10.2% in lieu of benefits. Please submit resume to: Program Director, 2306 Pine Street, Prince George, BC, V2L 2E5 Fax: (250) 563-0824; Email: primapg@telus.net

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RECEPTIONIST Prince George Geotech Drilling Services employ professional, energetic, solution minded individuals that endeavor to consistently exceed our clients’ expectations. The Receptionist possesses an energizing spirit with motivation to deliver superior time management and organizational skill while keeping an open mind to all contingencies of the position. Responsibilities will include but are not limited to: Greets customers, staff and the public - Answers 12 line switchboard and routes as required and/ or takes messages - Filing, photocopying, and scanning as required - Appointment reminders - Data compilation - Work with Administration, Project Managers and Operations personnel as needed - Other duties as assigned Qualifications: - Excellent customer service and organizational abilities - 1+ years’ experience in a professional office environment or a combination of schooling (i.e., Office Administration Certificate) and experience - Excellent use of Microsoft Outlook, MS Word and Excel - Flexible nature and a positive outlook Deadline to seize this opportunity is November 6, 2012. Qualified candidates are encouraged to apply at www.geotechdrilling.com No phone calls please. We thank all that apply; however, only short listed candidates will be contacted

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Temporary Support Staff Position Union requires temporary/on-call support staff with reception and secretarial experience to work at the Prince George Area Office. This is an on-call position for relief coverage. Applicants must have secretarial/reception experience; high school graduation supplemented by secretarial training; typing speed and accuracy; proficiency in Word; an excellent command of English grammar; database experience an asset. An aptitude for organization, detail and the ability to set priorities and work within time limit is required. Knowledge of the trade union movement is an asset. Excellent salary package is provided under a collective agreement. Aptitude, word processing and typing tests will be administered to all qualified applicants. Based on the results of the tests, only successful candidates will be interviewed. Apply with cover letter and resume by November 2, 2012 to BC Government and Service Employees’ Union 1070 4th Avenue, Prince George, BC, V2L 3J1.

Trades, Technical FALLERS needed for Seismic Line Cutting: Must be BC or Enform Level 3 Certified. Start mid to late November until March 2013. Call (250)2294709 panosil@telus.net www.wildfireinterface.ca

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JOURNEYMAN TECHNICIAN required immediately for Chrysler/ Dodge/ Jeep dealership in Salmon Arm, BC. Proven producer, good attitude, quality workmanship a must. Excellent wage and benefit package. Contact Pat 250832-8053, pat@brabymotors.com

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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

Pets & Livestock

Lessons/Training DOG obedience classes. Next set of classes to start on 28 October. Check website www.canineswithclass.ca for registration forms and more info.

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Misc. for Sale FOR SALE: Sled dog box: accommodates 16 dogs; insulated, storage cupboard, night lights, exhaust stack; asking $600. Contact: Carol 250 567-6971 FOR THE HOME BREWER Wine making equipment. Incl. 2 primary buckets, 4 carboy’s, hoses, syphon’s, thermometers, floor corker (some corks) electric bottle filler plus lots more. Must be sold as a complete set $375 250-562-3747 STEEL BUILDINGS - Canadian made! - Reduced prices now! 20x22 $4,455. 25x26 $4,995. 30x38 $7,275. 32x50 $9,800. 40x54 $13,995. 47x80 $19,600. One end wall included. Pioneer Steel 1-800-6685422. www.pioneersteel.ca Woodfired Boiler. Tarm Innova 50 controls & storage. 250-344-2603 evenings. jcross@redshift.bc.ca

Misc. Wanted Private Coin Collector Buying Collections, Accumulations, Olympic Gold & Silver Coins + Chad: 250-863-3082 in Town

Real Estate Lots 2 acre building lot (219’ x 397’) in city limits. 10862 Jutland Rd $35,000 Ph (250)964-0357

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Psychic readings every Fri & Sat at Art Space above Books & Co on Third. Call for an appt (250)561-0290 or 561-1213

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Team player & self starter Excellent communications skills Ability to make accurate & timely decisions Ability to perform simultaneous multiple tasks Previous Games or related experience considered an asset Willingness to volunteer variable hours, including evenings & weekends Fluency in French considered a major asset

To apply, please visit www.canadagames2015.ca / www.jeuxducanada2015.ca for full volunteer descriptions and closing dates. Resumes can be forwarded to: Human Resources, 2015 Canada Winter Games, 545 Quebec Street, Prince George, B.C., V2L 1W6 or email volunteer@canadagames2015.ca and include volunteer position title in the subject line. The Prince George 2015 Canada Games Host Society is an equal opportunity employer and encourages all individuals to apply for volunteer postings. The 2015 Canada Winter Games will be the largest multi-sport and cultural event ever held in Prince George and Northern British Columbia to date and is forecasted to generate an economic impact of $70- $90 million while building champions and inspiring dreams amongst Canadian youth. Athletes from 10 Provinces and 3 Territories will compete in 19 sports with the dream of becoming Canada’s next champions. In 2015, choose your path, leave your tracks, and journey with the 2015 Canada Winter Games as we host the nation and share a northern story with all of Canada.

Rentals Apt/Condo for Rent

Midtowne

• 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 $450, 1 bdrm $570, heat, h/w incl., 1601 Queensway; 250-596-4275 250-612-7199

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250-564-3162

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

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Briarwood Apts. 1330/80 Foothills Blvd. 1 & 2 Bdrm suites 250-561-1571

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LEASE SPACE AVAILABLE 1600 THIRD AVE - THE GATHERING PLACE Approximately 3500 sq ft of space available in a friendly building. Lots of onsite parking, meeting rooms (small and large) available for use, restaurant in building, bus stop/public transit at front of building, close to downtown. Great space for a nonprofit group. Lease rate negotiable.

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2010 Polaris 550 Sportsman ATV 511 kms. Only been on gravel logging roads. When purchased $11,500.00 plus $500 in after market items (Warn winch, windshield, mirrors, camo saddle and rear bags, gun boot and holder plus cover. Asking $8500 Serious inquiries only. 250-562-3747

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Homes for Rent Nice, clean, 2 bdrm home at Ness Lake. F/S W/D, elect, nat gas $750/mo (250)967-4428

Suites, Lower 1 bdrm bsmt suite, College Hts, sep entrance, $750 incl utilities. 250-961-3981 Fully furnished 1 bdrm bsmt suite. All appliances included. Close to CNC, UNBC & Pine Centre 250-564-9443

Suites, Upper 3 Br Heritage area, all major appl inc, Shared laundry, $1350 inc utilies. Close to school & bus.Ph 250-614-9675 Large bright 1 bdrm, F/S, alarm, newer house, close to Van Bien school & bus. $550 util inc. Ph: 250-563-7215

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SEWAGE LIFT STATION CONSTRUCTION TENDER 2013 – 1156 - 1

INVITATION TO TENDER Sealed tenders marked “Sewage Lift Station No.1 Construction 1156-1” will be received no later than 3:00 pm local time on Thursday November 22, 2012 by the Gingolx Village Government at the office of McElhanney Consulting Services Ltd. Suite #1 – 5008 Pohle Avenue, Terrace, BC V8G 4S8 This tender is for the early spring construction the installation of a pre-fabricated – fiberglass reinforced plastic sewage lift station complete with submersible pumps, controls; sanitary sewer modifications, force main, control building, and standby electric power generator. The owner reserves the right to reject any or all of the Tenders and the lowest tender will not necessarily be accepted. Tender Documents may be viewed at the Gingolx Village Government Office or at McElhanney Consulting Services Ltd. Suite #1 – 5008 Pohle Avenue, Terrace, BC on or after October 24, 2012. All bidders shall familiarize themselves with the local site, high ground water conditions, availability of local materials, labour and equipment, infrastructure conditions, and the need to provide full time compliance with DFO fisheries and sediment control, and possible dewatering requirements. A mandatory site visit will be held November 1st at 11:00 a.m. Meet at the administration office, Gingolx, BC. Tender documents may be obtained on or after October 24th, 2012 from McElhanney Consulting Services Ltd., Suite #1 – 5008 Pohle Avenue, Terrace, BC V8G 4S8. Project Engineer: Joel Barkman, P.Eng. (250) 635-7163.

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Tenders LOGGING Contract Tender For Managed Forest 77, Managed Forest 243, Woodlot 0408. 45,000 m3 in the West Kootenay area. 3-year time frame, beginning January 2012. Detailed Tender documents at: www.monticola.ca Viewings: November 2nd & 16th, 2012. Tender Submission Deadline: December 15th, 2012

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