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Spurs excellence in playoffs something anyone can look up to Heading into Game 5 of the NBA Finals on June 15, I knew the door was closing quickly on the Miami Heat’s chances of winning. The deficit they faced was substantial, and by the time the third quarter started, I knew I was no longer watching for the purpose of cheering on the Heat. I was simply watching the perfection on display. This perfection took the form of the San Antonio Spurs, and their excellence not only spanned the length of the entire basketball court but trickled down to the players’ bench and was even showcased in the words that were coming out of their mouths. I felt this was worth mentioning because it’s rare to see a professional sports organization dominate — I mean absolutely, without a doubt, truly, legitimately dominate — the entire league on a consistent basis, while maintaining a soaring level of respect for themselves, and those around them. The San Antonio Spurs did something this year that I appreciate wholeheartedly, and it legitimately inspired me to excel in everything I do. This organization suffered a soul-crushing defeat last year to the Miami Heat in the NBA finals, which I’ll admit, I was okay with at the time because I was cheering for the south beach superstars. The Spurs, on the verge of winning the championship, had it all snatched away during the final seconds of the game, when minutes ago, victory appeared to be

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players on that team are truly good people, and this statement shined through no brighter than when they played on the biggest basketball stage on the planet. Mastermind head coach of the Spurs, Gregg Popovich, is a hothead. He expects greatness and pushes his players to be the best they can be. This often results in yelling at his players in frustration when mistakes are made. I remember at one point during Game 3, a player named Danny Green was on the receiving end of a serious tongue lashing from his coach. Rather than roll his eyes and pout on the bench like so many other players would in this situation, he simply joined the huddle and continued to cheer his team on. Players on this team are never penalized for speaking rudely to referees or other players, and they deflect all praise towards each other. Role models in this day and age, especially in the sporting world, can have an enormous influence on younger people, and these guys are as good as it gets. The San Antonio Spurs’ basketball supremacy, shining personality and dedication to being the best on a consistent basis – did I mention this team has won five rings in the past 14 years, and have made the playoffs EVERY single year since then? – is something anyone can appreciate, and learn from. Even though they beat the Miami Heat, I … I … well, let’s just leave it at that.

Pizza farm connects kids So I recently headed out to a field near Yorkton to snap some pictures of young students taking part in the second annual ‘Pizza Farm’ initiative. The idea is the brainchild of local agrologist’s Naomi Paley and Rachel Kraynick, who got the wonderfully simple, and ultimately very successful, concept off the ground last spring. It is an idea I wrote of then, but this is such a great concept it warrants some added ink this year too. The idea is one, which helps connect young students more directly to the importance of agriculture in terms of food production. I think everyone in agriculture today is keenly aware of the growing disconnect between the realities of farming, and how the agriculture sector is viewed by the growing urban population. As generations pass, fewer and fewer urban dwellers have contact with a farm. That is a trend, which will only continue. But it is important, if not critical, that people continue to have an idea about where their food comes from. This is not a new theme for my column, but it remains one the industry must work hard to ensure. It is not a good thing if people believe milk comes from a carton, not recognizing a

Calvin Daniels Trader Agriculture Columnist cow someplace is ultimately responsible for its production. That is where the idea Paley and Kraynick had is such a good one. For younger students, pizza is usually a preferred food. And within a pizza, much of what farming supplies can be seen in miniature. Milk and the dairy industry are integral to the cheese, grains to the flour, beef to the sausage, pigs to the bacon and so on. The simple pizza in many ways encapsulates the variety of agricultural and food production into something even young students can relate to. So taking the students to a field in spring to learn about crop planting, and then to return in fall to see the results, really is an experience, which is likely to stick with many. That’s ultimately the idea. Hopefully, the students will talk about the field trip at home, and that will in turn interest

their parents and siblings. With access to the Internet so widespread it is easy for interested parents to expand on the field trip experience too. Such an experience is a small one, but at least it helps young students start to think about their food in a different way. And, of course, the Pizza Farm is not an isolated learning tool either. Student education is an important aspect of events such as Grain Millers Harvest Showdown and Canadian Western Agribition in Regina. Events like that give students, who may never have set foot on a farm, a chance to actually touch a cow and sheep and a pig. Such an experience truly does change a perspective of food. And then there is the effort of Agriculture in the Classroom, a group dedicated to connecting what youth learn in school back to our agrarian base. Each effort helps re-establish connections, which once existed becoming farming was in everyone’s close family. Today that is not the case, making the need to teach about where our food really comes from an increasingly important part of education. The Pizza Farm and other efforts are certainly on the right track in that effort.


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Mayor Rob Ford files official return notice National TORONTO - Toronto Mayor Rob Ford plans to return to city hall on June 30, according to a letter he sent to the city clerk’s office. The letter says he will return to resume his duties as mayor “in the later portion of the afternoon.” Ford asked the clerk to change back his office locks by 1 p.m. The embattled mayor has been in rehab since announcing on April 30 he was seeking help for an alcohol problem, just as new allegations of substance abuse surfaced in several published reports. Ford has been faced with allegations of drug use since May 2013, when the Toronto Star and the U.S. website Gawker reported seeing a video that appeared to show him smoking crack cocaine. Months later, Ford admitted to trying the drug while in one of his “drunken stupors’’ and to using drugs while in office. That led council to strip him of most of his mayoral duties. Though the mayor then publicly swore off alcohol, he was later forced to admit to drinking after another videotaped incident in which he

used Jamaican swear words and slagged the city’s chief of police. The letter announcing Ford’s return is dated June 2, but the clerk did not receive the letter until Monday, City of Toronto spokesperson Jackie DeSouza said in an email. *** Alleged victims want to drop complaints against Brazeau, says lawyer GATINEAU, Que. - The lawyer for suspended Sen. Patrick Brazeau says the alleged victims in an assault and threats case against his client want to withdraw their complaints. Defence lawyer Gerard Larocque told the court on Tuesday that one of the two people has actually written the Crown about dropping the complaint, which was filed following an incident in April. Brazeau was charged with assault, possession of cocaine, uttering threats and breaching bail conditions following an altercation involving a man and a woman at a home in Gatineau. The embattled senator, formerly a member of the Conservative caucus, has pleaded not guilty. He was not in court as the

case was put off until Sept. 5. The Crown, which has the final say on whether the complaints would ultimately be dropped, would not comment on that possibility. Prosecutor Stephany Robitaille said the final decision will come from her office and it doesn’t mean the charges would be dropped. “If a victim wants to withdraw the allegations ... it is still the Crown attorney who will decide if there is a withdrawal or not,” Robitaille said. Brazeau, 39, is continuing to get treatment and remains under a curfew and other conditions imposed when he was granted bail. Robitaille said Brazeau has completed a stint at a rehabilitation facility in the Quebec municipality of Saint-Andre-d’Argenteuil, which is located along the Ottawa River just south of the town of Lachute. He is now continuing his treatment as an outpatient at a centre in Gatineau. The former Conservative is still facing charges of assault and sexual assault in relation to an incident from February 2013, with a trial date expected to be set in September. Those charges led to his

ouster from the Conservative caucus. Brazeau also faces charges of fraud and breach of trust in connection with his Senate expense claims. In 2013, the Senate ordered Brazeau to pay back almost $50,000 over disputed expense claims. He refused and the Senate garnisheed his salary until last November, when he was suspended without pay. Brazeau was named to the Senate by Prime Minister Stephen Harper in 2009. *** Today on the Hill: Northern Gateway pipeline decision after markets close OTTAWA - Environmentalists and the markets will be watching today as the federal government announces whether the Northern Gateway pipeline project can go ahead. The decision on the British Columbia project is expected to come down after markets close. The $7-billion proposal has faced steep opposition from some First Nations and environmentalists who are concerned about the pipeline’s effect on natural habitats. Here are some other events taking place today on

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Obama moves forces into Iraq to secure US interests as he weighs broader response WA S H I N G T O N Nearly 300 American forces are being positioned in and around Iraq to help secure U.S. assets as President Barack Obama nears a decision on an array of options for combating fast-moving Islamic insurgents, including airstrikes or a contingent of special forces. The U.S. and Iran also held an initial discussion on how the longtime foes might co-operate to ease the threat from the al-Qaida-linked militants that have swept through Iraq. Still, the White House ruled out the possibility that Washington and Tehran might co-ordinate military operations in Iraq. Obama met with his national security team Monday

evening to discuss options for stopping the militants known as the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant. Officials said the president has made no final decisions on how aggressively the U.S. might get involved in Iraq, though the White House continued to emphasize that any military engagement remained contingent on the government in Baghdad making political reforms. Still, there were unmistakable signs of Americans returning to a country from which the U.S. military fully withdrew more than two years ago. Obama notified Congress that up to 275 troops would be sent to Iraq to provide support and security for U.S. personnel and the American Embassy in Baghdad. The soldiers — 170 of which have already arrived in Iraq

— were armed for combat, though Obama has insisted he does not intend for U.S. forces to be engaged in direct fighting. About 100 additional forces are being put on standby, most likely in Kuwait, and could be used for airfield management, security and logistics support, officials said. Separately, three U.S. officials said the White House was considering sending a contingent of special forces soldiers to Iraq. Their limited mission — which has not yet been approved — would focus on training and advising beleaguered Iraqi troops, many of whom have fled their posts across the nation’s north and west as the al-Qaida-inspired insurgency has advanced in the worst threat to the country

since American troops left in 2011. Taken together, the developments suggest a willingness by Obama to send Americans into a collapsing security situation in order to quell the brutal fighting in Iraq before it morphs into outright war. If the U.S. were to deploy an additional team of special forces, the mission almost certainly would be small. One U.S. official said it could be up to 100 special forces soldiers. It also could be authorized only as an advising and training mission — meaning the soldiers would work closely with Iraqi forces that are fighting the insurgency but would not officially be considered combat troops. The White House would not confirm that special operations forces were under consideration. But spokeswoman Caitlin Hayden said that while Obama would not send troops back into combat, “He has asked his national

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Germany turns up heat on Portugal 4-0; US beats Ghana; Nigeria and Iran fail to score RIO DE JANEIRO Germany was supposed to be a team that would melt in Brazil’s tropics, and the United States was supposed to be a team that can’t beat Ghana. Both teams flipped the scripts on Monday and find themselves tied atop Group G. In Salvador, Thomas Mueller scored a hat trick and Germany dominated Portugal — which played with 10 men after a red card in the 37th minute — 4-0, leaving German President Angela

Merkel with a big smile. Clint Dempsey scored in the first minute and rookie substitute John Brooks scored in the 86th as the U.S. defeated Ghana 2-1 in Natal, with Vice-President Joe Biden watching and giving the team a postgame pep talk. Ghana had eliminated the Americans from the last two World Cups. The two games helped the World Cup continue to deliver lots of goals — 44 in the first 14 games. Nigeria played Iran in the day’s other match, and

neither team added to that tally. The teams played the first draw of this World Cup, finishing scoreless. Argentina defeated Bosnia 2-1 on Sunday in the other Group F match, and both will feel confident after watching Nigeria and Iran fail to produce. Two seeded teams — defending champion Spain and Uruguay — were upset earlier. That fate would not befall Germany on Monday. It was Germans’ 100th World Cup match, and they had it wrapped up by halftime.

Mueller, who led the 2010 World Cup with five goals, scored on either side of Mats Hummels’ headed goal as Germany took a 3-0 lead at the break. He added his third goal in the 81st. “To score three goals in the World Cup opener against such an opponent is great,” Mueller said. “After 20 minutes, we looked up at the clock and thought it was going to be a long day,” he added. “But we got into the match very well and when you lead by 2-0 in this heat and then even get the third, it was all over.” Cristiano Ronaldo started at Arena Fonte Nova despite some nagging injuries. The winner of FIFA’s best player award, he faded after threatening early in the match. He had a shot from a break that Germany goalkeeper Manuel Neuer

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tional team debut in August. “I said it to the bench minutes before, we’re going to get some chances still,” U.S. coach Jurgen Klinsmann said. “So we are still in the game after the equalizer, we just need to kind of push and push and grind it out. That’s what they did.” U.S. players ran onto the field to celebrate at the final whistle, jumping as supporters chanted “U-S-A! U-S-A!” “We have a great spirit,” Klinsmann said. “The U.S. team always has a great spirit and fights until the last second.” The defending Cup of Africa Nations champion, Nigeria will be more disappointed with the draw than Iran. Neither Iran nor Nigeria has won a match at the World Cup since 1998.

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Weyburn’s Agriculture Society barn was teeming with activity on May 24 when about 45 4-H members showed up for the Southeast judging clinic hosted by the District 7, 4-H Council and their representative Brittany Stepp. The morning session was successful with Lindy Schira bringing dairy goats and she was also the official judge of stock. The kids enjoyed seeing a rare breed of milking goats and asked many questions so they could absorb as much as possible. After the dairy goats there was a change in schedule and instead of market hogs, the members were able to get a look at market rabbits instead. Allan Tytlandsvik supplied Flemish giants and Stepp explained the main judging traits to look for in

A large group of District 7 4-H members made their way to Weyburn in late May to participate in a southeast Saskatchewan judging clinic. (Photo submitted by Brittany Stepp). this animal. This was also a new class for many of the kids and they enjoyed the experience and the extra bunny cuddles. After that, the 4-H members were able to stop for lunch. During this break, Justin VanDeWoestyne provided an

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Is the crop in yet? By Norm Park For Agri news

Farmers in southeast Saskatchewan could be excused if they seemed a bit cranky these days. Dealing with the frustrations of rain-delayed seeding operations could often set local producers on an uneven tangent as they watch the skies and weather forecast services with increasing desperation. They’re looking for just a few more sun filled, warm and dry days to complete the job and so far Ma Nature has not been very generous. On the bright side though, as of early June, about 78 per cent of Saskatchewan’s crop was in the ground by late May and the seeding success rate was up to 93 per cent as of June 13. which meant that the seeding operations had been progressing slightly ahead of schedule, said Shannon Friesen, crop management specialist for the Ministry of Agriculture. “Mother Nature has not being all that kind to you folks in the southeast,” she said from her Moose Jaw office. She noted at the end of May that “it would just nicely dry up and then it rains again.” That meant that by early June, about 71 per cent of the crop was in the ground in this area of the province, slightly behind the provincial pace and only ahead of the lagging 67 per cent pace being registered in the east-central region. By mid-June, the provincial seeding pace was at 90 per cent. Almost all of the durum and field peas, that were going to be seeded, have been put in the ground and 84 per cent of the spring wheat has been sown as of early June. Lentil seeding was a bit slower, at around 79 per cent while 76 per cent of the canola crop was in while barley seeding and flax seeding operations were lagging a bit at 66 and 56 per cent respectively. Those seeding mustard this year were also barely half way home. Topsoil moisture conditions were rated as surplus over 19 per cent of Saskatchewan’s croplands heading into mid-June and more rain was expected up to June 20, which pretty well signals and end of seeding operations on the Prairies since any crops seeded later than that date would be considered a crap shoot on the farm gambling front. Hay and pasture lands are also in surplus or adequate heading into mid to late June. Only one per cent of Saskatchewan’s productive lands are considered

very short on moisture. Emerged crop are appearing to be in good condition, said Friesen but there has been some localized damage from such things as area floods, high winds, and flea beetles. Friesen told Agri news earlier that the acreage being put back into crops in southeast Saskatchewan would probably be up a bit compared with 2012 and 2013 since the flood ravaged regions in 2011 were slowly coming back into production. She noted though that in some distinct areas, the water is till not totally gone and she cited pockets near Macoun, Midale, Benson and Lampman as examples of slowly draining waters. She said on the bright side, frost generally comes later in the southeast, usually between September 15 and 23, so there was still a small window of opportunity to get some last minute seeding done. “But by midJune, you’ll usually see a little bit of panic,” she said. The crop specialist said there were now a few more grain cars being spotted at elevators and terminals around the province, and that would mean some of last year’s crop was now beginning to move to ports but “it could be a year set back before this returns to normal. We have a new crop year at the beginning of August” Friesen said soybeans are the latest “hot topic among the farmers in southeast while producers east and north of Weyburn are looking at a lot of flax this year. Prices are still decent for that crop. Acreage is also up for lentils and peas thanks to minimum input costs and the fact the market is there.” Friesen added there is still a lot of canola being seeded this year. “It’s hard to tell what could happen here, it could be another great year for canola growers.” Spring wheat will still rule to some extent with nine million acres being put into that crop this spring while interest in durum will lag a bit. Canola acreage will again be up, by about 200,000 acres, she estimated. Soybeans will be seeded over 170,000 acres but, she warned, that crop needs a lot of sun and heat during the longer days, and so far, those have been in short supply. In total, however, producers in Saskatchewan, while they may have to get cranky on occasion, are still a big bunch of optimists when it comes to the annual grind of getting the crop in the ground and then getting it off the fields 100 or so days later.


Wild boar problem escalating, especially in the southeast THE TRADER EXPRESS, FRIDAY, JUNE 20, 2014

Wild boar are more widespread in Saskatchewan than commonly believed and the need to control numbers of the destructive animals is becoming urgent according to research conducted by University of Saskatchewan biologist Ryan Brook. “If nothing is done then we risk having more feral boar than people in the province and at that point the costs of taking action are far greater,” Brook said. “Early action will have huge economic savings.” Brook, together with colleague Floris van Beest from Aarhus University in Denmark, surveyed community leaders in all 296 Saskatchewan rural municipalities in what they believe is the first peer-reviewed scientific study of the animals in Canada. From these local reports, they determined there is a high probability that feral wild boar exist in 70 per cent of the

province’s rural municipalities, including all in the southeast, and the clock is ticking on getting them under control. Feral boar are widespread but most likely at low densities. So as of right now, total impacts are probably generally low,” Brook said. “The big concern is what will happen in the near future if the boar population continues to expand and increase.” Wild boar, imported an alternative livestock option for farmers in the 1990s, have easily adapted to Saskatchewan’s harsh climate where they are able to not only survive but reproduce. Wild boar have one of the highest reproductive rates of any large animal, with sows producing two litters of six or more piglets every year. Omnivorous and aggressive, their rooting behaviour leaves parks, farmers’ fields and sensitive wildlife habitat looking like

a rototiller has gone through. They chase livestock from pasture, carry disease and can pose a danger to humans. Areas in and near Moose Mountain Provincial Park in southeast Saskatchewan are a particular hot spot. There, local ranchers and farmers have banded together to hunt the animals in a formal eradication program. “I think many people in Saskatchewan are not aware of how severe the impacts of feral boar can be,” Brook said. “In the U.S., the impacts are in the billions of dollars from disease, crop damage, livestock harassment, impacts on natural eco-systems and species at risk, and attacks on humans.” Brook and van Beest, also observed that control plans are spotty and sporadic across the country, and call for “aggressive and co-ordinated action,” to meet the threat. Brook explained that sport hunting

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has no real impact on controlling population growth and in many cases makes the problem worse by dispersing animals. Instead, an international effort is needed. Authorities need to consider option such as hunting from aircraft, at night, using trained dogs, ground trapping and on-farm risk management. “We’ll probably need all of these in the tool box to be reasonably effective,” Brook said. “All regions need to address this in a co-ordinated fashion or animals will continue to be re-introduced from other areas.” Brook and van Beest’s research paper appears in the Wildlife Society Bulletin. Funding for the work was provided by the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada, the Cyril Capling Trust Fund and the U of S.

Wheat Growers say legislation falls well short of expectations The Western Canadian Wheat Growers Association sees some positive elements in legislation tabled on March 26 in the House of Commons, but Bill C-30 does not go nearly far enough to address the serious breakdown in grain shipping capacity on the prairies. “These measures do not adequately tackle the backlog in grain shipments,” said Levi Wood, the Wheat Growers president. “They also do not position our industry to meet the long-term needs of prairie farmers or our customers.”

The Wheat Growers are disappointed the minimum grain shipping requirement remains fixed at one million tonnes per week from April 7 to Aug. 3 2014. This means the grain carryout on prairie farms will exceed 20 million tonnes heading into this year’s harvest, resulting in the continuation of severe price discounts (i.e. wide basis levels) for the foreseeable future. The Wheat Growers had asked that the minimum grain shipments be increased to 13,000 railcars per week (approximately 1.2 million tonnes) instead of 11,000 railcars

per week. The backlog of grain orders is over 68,000 railcars, representing six million tonnes of grain. “Grain prices to farmers will remain artificially depressed until the backlog is cleared up and the elevator system has the capacity available to offer competitive bids for our grain,” said Wood. “As long as the elevator system remains plugged, price offers to farmers are likely to remain below market value.” The Wheat Growers had proposed several recommendations to expand rail shipping capacity in the longer term, includ-

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The Agriculture Operator Program has accepted applications for its second module, spraying and scouting. “Through the Ag Operator Program, we’re helping Saskatchewan workers get hands-on experience and training needed to work on today’s farm,” said Gerry Ritz, federal agriculture minister. “Labour is a major driver of our agriculture industry and this program will help fill shortages and make an important contribution to Saskatchewan’s economy.” “Having a comprehensive training program that meets the needs of farmers continues to be a priority for our government,” Saskatchewan Agriculture Minister Lyle Stewart said. “I encourage all individuals looking for the skills to work on a farm, as well as current farm employees, to consider enrolling in this program.”

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ing an incentive-based revenue cap and measures that would allow shortlines and other rail operators to add capacity to the network when CN and CP are unable or unwilling to meet customer demand. These improvements were not included in the legislation. The Wheat Growers see some positives in the legislation, including the proposed increase in interswitching distances and the potential for incorporating meaningful performance provisions,

including reciprocal penalties, in service agreements negotiated between grain shippers and the railways. The implementation of a dispute resolution process in the Canada Grain Act should also help improve grain company contracts with farmers, although the Wheat Growers note that having adequate shipping capacity and restoring good working capacity throughout the elevator system is the best means of restoring balanced contractual relationships between farmers

and grain companies. “Having plenty of competition for our grain is the best way to improve contract terms,” said Wood. “That can’t be achieved until we fix the underlying problems in our rail transportation system.” The Wheat Growers said they will continue to press for changes in legislation that meet the needs of farmers and their customers while positioning Canada to once again be a reliable supplier of grain in world markets.

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The Western Canadian Wheat Growers Association (Wheat Growers) are calling on the federal government to bring about more competition in the Western Canadian rail sector, in light of chronic performance failures of CN and CP railroads, and their cavalier attitude toward the resulting losses suffered by prairie grain farmers. The Wheat Growers were reacting to comments made by CN’s CEO Claude Mongeau in a speech delivered in Winnipeg on April 9. The Wheat Growers said Mongeau spoke out strongly against a provision in Bill C-30 that would give shippers modest improved acces to U.S. railways, referring to it as “poaching.” “What Mr. Mongeau calls poaching, we call competition,” said Levi Wood, president of the Wheat Growers. “Sadly, Mr. Mongeau seems to think no one else should have the opportunity to haul our grain no matter how badly his company performs.” Hunter Harrison, CEO

of Canadian Pacific Railway has also displayed a poor attitude toward shipping grain, said the What Growers. According to a Globe and Mail story on March 12, Harrison spoke to a New York audience of the importance of intermodal shipments. “Because that’s one commodity that we’re sensitive to,” Harrison said. “If you miss, you miss. It’s not like grain or it’s not like coal, (where) if you’re a little bit late, you’re still going to haul it.” “Only companies with monopolies or near monopolies can get away with such an entitlement attitude,” said Jim Wickett, chairman of the Wheat Growers. “Parliament needs to give the railways an attitude adjustment.” The Wheat Growers went on to note that CN and CP effectively operate side-by-side monopolies in Western Canada. Only seven of the 342 grain elevators on the prairies have direct access to both. The expanded interswitching provision, now contemplated in Bill C-30,

the Fair Rail for Grain Farmers Act, would give about 40 of those elevators improved ability to access the shipping services of the American based Burlington Northern Santa Fe (BNSF) Railway. Grain shippers have experienced poor railway service for years, said the Wheat Growers. Currently there is a backlog of nearly 70,000 rail car orders from grain shippers, representing more than six million tonnes of grain. That grain is backed up and sitting in the farmers’ yards when it should be in customers’ hands, the Wheat Growers said in an April 11 statement. The shipping backlog has resulted in artificially depressed prices to farmers that some market analysts are saying will last into 2015. The Wheat Growers have conservatively estimated bottom-line losses to farmers to be $2 billion and counting. The Wheat Growers have recommended several measures that would bring about more competition and more shipping capac-

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ity in the western rail network, including expanded running rights. “CN and CP have first dibs on our business,” said Wood. “But if they are unwilling or unable to give us good service, then other railways should be given a crack at it.”

Transportation Backgrounder Rail grain shipments to Canadian ports this crop year (Aug. 1, 2013 to March 30) are 18 million tonnes, which is virtually identical to the amount of grain shipped in the same time period the previous crop year, even though the 2013 grain crop was 34 per cent larger. In essence, the rail lines have not shipped any more grain this year, despite a large increase in demand. Mongeau tried to downplay shipments of crude oil as one of the contributing factors for the poor service to the grain shippers, saying it represents a mere 1.5 per cent of their freight revenue. According to CN’s annual report, shipment

of petroleum products accounted for 10.5 per cent of their annual freight revenue, compared with 13.3 per cent for grain. CN shipments of petroleum products and chemicals were up 18 per cent in 2013 compared with an increase of one per cent for grain and fertilizers. One Wheat Growers suggestion is to give the Canadian Transportation Agency authorization to call for more shipping capacity through demanding more locomotives, crews, cars or trains whenever the grain backlog reaches a predetermined level. This would ensure an adequate “reserve capacity” in the network to meet needs when there are large crops or heavy customer demand. The Wheat Growers have also called for running rights provisions in the Canada Transportation Act to be amended to give other railways the right to solicit business in a running rights application. In

a 2001 decision, the agency ruled that existing provisions do not give other railway operators any traffic solicitation rights. The Wheat Growers said they believe the adoption of such a provision would add competition and shipping capacity. An example they used said the addition of that provision might give OmniTRAX greater ability to get grain and other goods in position to ship out of the Port of Churchill as soon as the shipping season starts. OmniTRAX was one of the railway operators denied traffic solicitation rights in its 2001 application. Wheat Growers have also called for amendments to Bill C-30 that would give shippers the ability to obtain reciprocal penalties as part of a contractual service agreement with the railways. Currently the legislation does not explicitly state that penalty provisions are among the terms that can be arbitrated in shipper arbitration applications to the Agency.

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International RIO DE JANEIRO Brazilian authorities are investigating whether a gunshot was fired near a hotel where the Honduran national soccer team arrived to stay a few hours later, police said Tuesday. A police officer in the town of Porto Feliz in Sao Paulo state said it’s unclear if the sound heard in front of the hotel was an actual gunshot, fireworks or even a car backfiring. He said no spent car-

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Torc Wodsworth Hz.................................................................................................................1D8-1-3A6-6-7-4 CPEC Viewfield Hz .............................................................................................................4A8-13-2A8-18-7-7 Aldon Weyburn Hz ..............................................................................................................1A-5-4D16-29-5-14 Legacy Pinto Hz ......................................................................................................................3B3-9-4B4-4-1-5 RROI Fertile Hz .............................................................................................................. 5D9-23-1C12-23-6-30 Pemoco Parkman RE Hz ................................................................................................3C16-19-4A2-30-9-33 CVE et al Weyburn Unit Hz .............................................................................................2D6-32-3A16-32-5-12 Midale Hastings hz ....................................................................................................... 2C15-12-2C15-13-3-33 LTS Hastings Hz ............................................................................................................ 2C15-23-1C7-26-3-34 LTS Hastings Hz ...........................................................................................................2B12-25-1B10-26-3-34 Legacy Pinto Hz ......................................................................................................................4A3-8-3A2-5-1-5 NAL Browning South Hz .................................................................................................2A16-17-2D14-16-6-5 NAL Browning South Hz .................................................................................................6A16-17-3A14-16-6-5 CPEC Benson Hz........................................................................................................... 4C13-18-2D16-18-6-9 T Bird et al Al Huntoon ........................................................................................................5B3-2-3A1-34-6-10 T Bird et al Huntoon Hz .......................................................................................................1B3-2-3A9-34-6-10 CPEC Viewfield Hz ...........................................................................................................3C4-35-1B5-34-7-10 Midale Steelman SWD RE .................................................................................................................9A-35-4-4 CPEC Viewfield Hz ...................................................................................................... 4D15-21-2D15-28-10-6 CPEC Viefield Hz ......................................................................................................... 4C16-19-2D16-30-10-6 CPEC Viewfield HZ .............................................................................................................1B5-15-2A8-15-7-9 CPEC Viewfield Hz .......................................................................................................2B13-36-1B13-35-7-10

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Precision #149 ...........................................Arc Elmore Hz ................................................ 2A1-17-2A10-8-1-31 Red Dog #1 .................................. Postell et al Workman V2U Hz....................................1D8-12-4C16-1-2-32 Precision #409 .........................................Halo Hastings Hz ..........................................3C13-15-2C15-16-3-33 D2 Drig #1 ..............................................V40C Florence Hz .................................................4D9-1-3D9-5-2-34 Canelson #24 .................................... Kinwest 08 Alameda Hz ......................................... 1A14-21-3A3-21-3-3 Stampede #2 ........................................... Legacy Pinto Hz ................................................. 1B4-31-4B4-31-1-5 Ensign #651 ..........................................Legacy Taylorton Hz ......................................... 4B13-13-1C13-14-2-6 Precision #418 ....................................... CPEC Viewfield Hz .............................................. 4C4-7-4B4-12-11-6 Canelson #28 ..................................... FCL Moose Valley 2Hz .......................................1C13-13-4D5-21-12-6 Vortex #2 .......................................... Legacy Roche Percee Hz .........................................3C5-27-1C5-34-1-6 Canelson #21 ......................................... CPEC Viewfield z ................................................ 8A8-30-1A8-29-8-7 Ensign #625 ........................................... CPEC Viewfield Hz .......................................... 6B12-29-1B12-30-8-7 Horizon #34 ...........................................CPEC VIewfield Hz ........................................1D16-35-2D16-36-10-7 Crusader #2 ........................................... CPEC Viewfield Hz ..................................................2C4-6-1C4-1-9-8 Precision #380 ....................................... CPEC Viewfield Hz ............................................ 4A9-25-1C12-25-9-8 Ensign #650 .......................................... Legacy Viewfield Hz..............................................1C2-33-1C4-33-7-8 Canelson #26 ........................................ CPEC Viewfield Hz ............................................1C13-7-1C13-18-9-8 Stampede #1 ........................................FIre Sky Macoun Hz ......................................... 3B12-25-4B10-26-4-9 Canelson #25 ........................................ CPEC Viewfield Hz .............................................. 1A9-15-2A9-14-8-9

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14C224 Red Dog #4 ........................................... CPEC Viewfield Hz ...........................................2C5-36-2A9-36-7-10 14E043 Precision #275 .............................CVE et al Weyburn Unit INJ 2Hz ................................. 4B8-31-2A3-31-5-12 13K296 Lasso #1 ................................................ Aldon Weyburn Hz ............................................3C13-3-1C13-4-7-12 14A053 Panther 3 ............................................ Husky Oungre East Hz ......................................... 1A4-11-4B4-2-1-12 13K313 Canelsone #23 ....................................... CPEC Oungre Hz................................................. 2A3-7-4B3-6-1-13 14D258 Vortex 3 ....................................................NAL Oungre Hz ............................................8C13-34-2C4-10-2-13 14A407 Alliance #3 .................................................. CPEC Hoffer ...........................................................4C12-22-1-14 14E323 Panther #1 ..............................................Caprice Weyburn 2Hz ...................................... 2B13-334C10-32-6-14 13E165 Precision #598 ...................................Gibson Oungre SWD RE ...................................................... 10-16-2-14 14C289 Vortex #1 ..................................................Torc Oungre Hz ..........................................2D13-26-2D13-35-2-15 14C063 Precision #117 ......................................... ARC Oungre Hz ..........................................1C13-25-1C13-36-2-15 14B249 Canelson #27 .................................. Painted Pony Flat Lake Hz ..................................... 3B4-23-4B4-22-1-16 14A336 Alliance #7 .............................................. CPEC Roncott hz .........................................2C13-28-2B13-16-5-25 13K189 Predator Drlg #5 .......................................EMCL Harptree ............................................................... 6-21-4-26

WAITING ON PROGRAM

12K341 PBEN Moosomin ............................................................................................................................ 13-31-13-31 10E269 Mosaic Esterhazy 2 EH .................................................................................................................. 12-22-19-33 10G299 CPEC Wawota ................................................................................................................................. 8-13-12-33 12J237 Phase et al Manor .............................................................................................................................. 10-11-8-1 11J193 Triwest Alameda East SWD ................................................................................................................. 16-9-4-2 13C162 FCL Carlyle DD .................................................................................................................. 2C9-19-1C9-19-8-2 12i200 Sundance Ochapowace ................................................................................................................... 16-32-17-3 11H433 Kinwest 08 Alameda .......................................................................................................................... 11-28-3-3 14B025 Coec Kisbey Hz.................................................................................................................2B3-16-1C14-16-8-5 14B152 Legacy Pinto Hz ................................................................................................................. 3C15-6-2D14-7-1-5 14B160 CNRL Steelman 4 Unit .....................................................................................................................15A-26-4-5 14A439 Spectrum et al Viewfield......................................................................................................................... 1-9-6-6 14E303 Spectrum et al Viewfield .................................................................................................................... 12-17-6-6 13K382 CPEC Viewfield Hz .............................................................................................................1A3-25-4A3-24-8-6 114B074 CPEC Viewfield Hz ..............................................................................................................4A1-5-3A1-4-11-7 14B285 CPEC Viewfield Hz ........................................................................................................ 4C13-28-1C13-33-6-8 14A377 CPEC Viewfield Hz ...........................................................................................................1A13-7-1C13-18-9-8 13K154 CPEC Viewfield Hz ...........................................................................................................5A4-16-1D13-16-9-8 14A146 CPEC Viewfield HZ .............................................................................................................2B4-3-1C13-3-10-8 14C100 CPEC Viewfield Hz ....................................................................................................................1A1-7-1A1-8-8-9 14A453 CPEC Viewfield Hz .........................................................................................................2A1-19-2D16-19-10-9 14A054 Husky Oungre East Hz........................................................................................................5A4-11-4B3-2-1-12 12J173 CVE Weyburn .................................................................................................................................. 15-26-6-12 12J008 CVE Weyburn ................................................................................................................................12-30T-6-13 10B263 Arc Tribune....................................................................................................................................... 15-32-3-14 14B272 NAL Hoffer Hz ................................................................................................................ 1D16-25-4D16-1-2-15 12A364 Rio Tinto Sedley ............................................................................................................................... 4-20-14-16 12B199 Sparton Ceylon ................................................................................................................................ 16-29-6-18 13C033 Epsilon Ceylon Hz .......................................................................................................... 4C6-31-1C14-36-6-19 11K043 PBEN Pangman DD ......................................................................................................4B16-15-2D15-15-7-20


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THE TRADER EXPRESS, FRIDAY, JUNE 20, 2014 • Souris Valley Pipeline Limited operates a High Pressure Carbon Dioxide Pipeline in Southeast Saskatchewan, a component of the gas is Hydrogen Sulde (H2S). • As a member of Sask 1st Call, Souris Valley Pipeline would like to remind you to call Sask 1st Call at 1-866828-4888. • Statistics show that a signicant cause of pipeline ruptures is due to third party damage.

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Grand Prize - Sport Snowmobile 2nd Prize - Sport ATV 3rd Prize - Off Road Sport Bike Contest open April 15 to August 1, 2014

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2011 CASE IH 550HD

2010 JOHN DEERE 9870STS

2010 WESTWARD M150 40 FT

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2006 CASE IH MX210

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2011 Case IH 550HD 4WD, s/n ZBF126392, powershift, LH rev, F&R diff lock, frt weights, hi flow hyd, 6 hyd outlets, rear weights, AFS Pro700 monitor, AccuGuide 372 receiver, 800/70R38 duals, 271 hrs showing. 2006 New Holland TV145 Bi-Directional, s/n RVS023801, 82LB ldr, bkt, 3 range hydro, diff lock, 3 hyd outlets, 540/1000 PTO, 3 pt hitch, drawbar, eng end: 2 hyd outlets, 540/1000 PTO, draw bar, rear wheel weights, 16.9R38, 609 hrs showing. 2006 Case IH MX210 Magnum MFWD, s/n JAZ139960, Buhler Allied 2895 ldr, bkt, 18 spd powershift, LH rev, diff lock, 4 hyd outlets, Big 1000 PTO, 620/70R42 R, 1573 hrs showing.

Combine & Header

104 - Hwy. 47 South EStEvan, SK 306-634-5588 Bay #1 - Hwy. 13 CaRLYLE, SK 306-453-2519

2 01 0 J o h n D e e re 9 87 0 S T S , s / n 1H09870SKA0735666, 615P hdr, s/n 1H00615PC90735178, auto HHC, VSR, Contour Master, rock trap, long auger, grain tank exts, combine hopper cover, integrated fine cut chopper/chaff spreader, yield & moisture, 900/65R32, 706 sep hrs showing. 2009 MacDon FD70 40 Ft Flex Draper, s/n 194438, split P/U reel, hyd F&A, hyd tilt, dbl knife drive, factory transport.

Swather

2010 Westward M150 40 Ft, s/n 197520, MacDon D60-D hdr, s/n 201399, split P/U reel, hyd F&A, 2 Roto Shears, factory transport, Free Form 10 ft poly tapered hyd swath roller, 600/65R28, 114 hrs showing.

Trucks

2008 International ProStar Limited Sleeper T/A Truck Tractor, s/n 2HSCWAPR68C539384, Cummins ISX, 450 hp, Autoshift, diff lock, 12000 lb frt, 40000 lb rears, 580 in. WB, 60 in. sleeper, alum wheels, 41,536 km showing. 2005 International 9400I Eagle Sleeper T/A Truck Tractor, s/n 2HSCNAPR75C043198, Cummins ISX, 435 hp, 18 spd, 4 way diff lock, A/R susp, 12000 lb frt, 40000 lb rears, 228 in. WB, 60 in. sleeper, alum wheels frt, 799,094 km showing.

1984 International S1900 T/A Grain, s/n 1HTAF1956EH010313, 466, diesel, 5x4, spring susp, 206 in. WB, 18 ft steel box, hoist, roll tarp, 64,835 km showing. 2000 GMC 2500 SL 4x4 Pickup, s/n 1GTGK24U8YE284512, 6.0 L, A/T, 267,168 kms showing.

2000 Farm King Y650R 72 In. 3 Pt Hitch Finishing Mower. Farm King 60 In. 3 Point Hitch Rototiller. Farm King 3 Point Hitch Tandem Disc. Merry Tiller Rototiller.

Trailers

(3) Westeel 8000± Bushel 21 Ft x 6 Ring Hopper. Stor King SKB16138 4000± Bushel Hopper. 2009 Westeel Magnum F 1616F 125± Tonne Hopper. 3000± Bushel Hopper. (2) Westeel-Rosco 2200± Bushel 14 Ft x 6 Ring Hopper. (2) Stor-King 2000± Bushel Epoxy Lined Hopper. Westeel-Rosco 2000± Bushel 14 Ft x 5 Ring Hopper. 1450± Bushel Epoxy Lined Hopper. (2) Westeel 12000± Bushel 27 Ft x 7 Ring. (2) Metal Industries 4091± Bushel 19 Ft x 6 Ring. Westeel-Rosco 3486± Bushel 19 Ft x 5 Ring. Chief Westland 18.5 Ft x 6 Ring.

2012 Doepker 42 Ft Tri/A Grain, s/n 2DEGBSZ33C1027413. 2004 Doepker 42 Ft Tri/A Grain, s/n 2DEGBSZ3341016395. 40 Ft T/A Hiboy. Custombuilt S/A Trailer.

Seeding, Tillage & Breaking

2005 Seed Hawk 6412 64 Ft Air Drill, s/n 251467, 12 in. spacing, dbl shoot, 4 in. packers, monitor. 2011 Bourgault 6550ST Tow-Behind Air Tank, s/n 40311AS03, dbl fan, 10 in. load auger, 591 monitor, 900/60R32. Friggstad 53 Ft Cultivator, s/n 8524802. Cockshutt 246 12 Ft Cultivator. Versatile 1600 Tandem Disc. 2004 Brandt 7000 70 Ft Heavy Harrows. 1991 Degelman R570S Rock Picker,. Crown Hydraulic Fork Type Rock Picker.

Sprayer

Grain Bins

Grain Bins selling for Denis Cruywels – 306.443.2385:

Sakundiak HD10-1400 10 In. x 46 Ft Grain Auger. 2007 Sakundiak HD8-1400 8 In. x 46 Ft Grain Auger. 1991 Sakundiak 7-1200 7 In. x 40 Ft Grain Auger. Sakundiak HD6-33 6 In. x 33 Ft Grain Auger. Flaman FJA2471 7.5 HP Aeration Fan. (3) Edwards FC16711 7 HP Aeration Fans. Flaman FC13311 3 HP Aeration Fan. Flaman CJA1831 3 HP Aeration Fan. (2) Pool FC13311 3 HP Aeration Fans. (2) Caldwell 3/4 HP Aeration Fans.

Agricultural Equipment

10 Ft Poly Tapered Swath Roller · Chem Mix 40 Gallon Poly Chem Handler · Endurablue 55 Gallon Def Dispenser.

Recreational Vehicle

2011 Premier Ultralite 28 Ft T/A Travel Trailer.

Pumps & Tanks

Floating Water Pump · Powerfist 3 In. Trash Pump · (2) 1000 Gallon Fuel Tank · 500 Gallon Fuel Tank · 300 Gallon Fuel Tank · Westeel Slip Tank · Slip Tank · 1000 Gallon Galvanized Water Tank.

GPS Equipment

Behlen 3800± Bushel Grain Bin. (2) Trimble EZ Guide 500 GPS & Auto Steer. 2008 Case IH SPX3320 100 Ft High Clearance, Westeel-Rosco 1450± Bushel Grain Bin. Trimble GPS. s/n Y7T021788, 1000 gal stainless steel tank, foam Westeel 1350± Bushel Grain Bin. markers, stainless steel chem inductor, AimCommand, (2) Westeel-Rosco 1350± Bushel Grain Bin. Equipment Attachment Raven SmarTrax, SCS4600 ctrl, Raven Envizio display, Kirchner Q/C 4 Ft Pallet Forks · 2004 Schulte Grain Handling Equipment AutoBoom, 851 hrs showing. 1100 110 In. 3 Point Hitch Snow Blower. 2010 Brent 1082 Grain Cart. Utility Tractors & Landscape 2008 Buhler Farm King 1370 13 In. x 70 Ft Other Items Include Equipment Mechanical Swing Grain Auger. Lrg Qty of welders, generators, plasma cutters, 2000 Kubota L3010 MFWD Utility. 2009 Brandt 1070 10 In. x 70 Ft Mechanical pressure washers, compressors, air drills, tools, saws, shop tools & supplies ...AND MUCH MORE! 2004 Schulte XH1500 15 Ft Rotary Mower. Swing Grain Auger.

For more information:

Dale Ludwig: 306.487.2710 (h), 306.487.7433 (c), dj.lud@signaldirect.ca For complete list of details visit:

rbauction.com | 800.491.4494

Kevin Ortt, Agricultural Territory Manager South East Saskatchewan

306.451.7388 kortt@rbauction.com Auction Company License #303043 & 309645

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3OHDVHXVHWKHKDQG\IRUP IRXQGRQWKH&ODVVLILHG SDJHVWRVXEPLW\RXUDG 105 - Miscellaneous Coming EvEnts Announcements Mexican Restaurant “Uno Alameda Community Rink’s Mas.” Give us a utter. Crash Annual Fishing Derby, Pad. Saturday Noonan, ND. June 28, 2014 Adult & Youth Divisions T2*16 Call Darin 306-485-7493 to enter - Memorial or107 for more information

Tributes

In Memory of Psychics

Karen Stephen

Dec. 11, 1960 – Aug. 21, 2006 TRUE PSYCHICS I feel you in the morning For Answers CALL NOW 24/7 When at rst1-877-342-3032 I awake. Toll FREE! Your warmth is#4486 with me Mobile: with each step I take. www.truepsychics.ca Although you’ve left and now walk above. Out alone, Of tOwn I am never I am wrapped in your love. FOR SALE: In Stoughton: New Deeply missed, modular - Reg home on own lot. 3 Bedrooms, 2 baths. Vacant. $8,000 T1*15 down; Payments $800/month. Must have good credit and be able 109 - Coming to bank qualify. Phone 1-587-434Events 8525.

You are invited to ApArtments/Condos a Surprise for th rent 80 Birthday

& Bedroom Go Tea suites Bachelor Come and One for rent : 509 for 12th Ave. $850$1400. Landlord pays heat/water. Viola Leptich Tenant pays electricity/cable. 306 on -421-8026 Sunday, August 22nd Brand new one and two bedr o o m a p a r t mfrom ents for rent. 1:00in toJuly. 4:00Please p.m. call Available 306-421-3749. at St. John the Baptist Church For Basement Houses rent No gifts please

3 bedroom house for rent inT1*15 Torq u a y. R e f e r e n c e s a m u s t . Available immediately . Please call 306-421-6171 For Rent: One and two bedroom basement suites. ALSO fully furnished executive style 3 bedroom home. Non Smoking, no pets. Phone 306-421-6907 or 306-6342527

Rooms Rooms for Rent in large house in Estevan. Available immediately . Use of all living areas. Clean, quiet, linens, Wi-Fi and cable TV. Weekly and monthly rates. Call 306-634-7063 to view or book.

Shared accommodation Shared Accommodations: Newly 111 - bedroom, renovated fur nished large closet,Personals $850/month, utilities included, access to entire house. ALCOHOLICS Preferably night ANONYMOUS shift wor ker. ESTEVAN Available June 14 or earlier is neFor information and contact gotiable. Phone 306-421-3967

persons - Call 634-9130 AL-ANON FAMILY GROUPS Lots & AcreAges for Estevan sALe For more information and contactofpersons 10 acre parcels residential land for sale 1/2 mile west of Estevan. Call 634-9130 306-634-7920 or 306-421-1753 TM51tf 7 A cCRIMINAL r e a g e P a r c eRECORD? ls For Sale: 12-55 acres, pardon with services nearby Canadian seals record. and good water available. Located American waiver allows legal on a good all weather road 15 entry. Southeast Why riskof employment, minutes Estevan. 1/2 business, mile N of Hwy travel, 39 on SWlicensing, 1/4 24deportation? All 13-01-06 CANADIAN/ 01-06 and NW 1/4 W2. $50,000.00 $75,000.00. AMERICAN- Work & TravelCall Vi306-927-2385 or email or 1-800sas. 604-282-6668 storylandx6@sasktel.net 347-2540.

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Your Coming Event with an ad in Scenic lots for sale by owner, reasonably priced on eastern slopes The Trader of Lake of the Prairies at Prairie Lake Lodge, Russell, Manitoba. Classifieds! While there golf on our Par 3, 18

Campsites for Rent: $600 a month. 30 amp power, full service, free shower and laundry room. Also available campers to rent $1100/month. Call 1-306-4619279 or 1-306-461-6884

hole irrigated golf course and check out our lot selection. Call anytime Gerald 204-773-0380 or for on site see Russell or David. Email keating@escape.ca

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a congratulatory memo once the word reaches the “right people.” Good luck. SCORPIO (October 23 to November 21) What you might call determination someone else might regard as stubbornness. Look for ways to reach a compromise that won’t require a major shift of views on your part. SAGITTARIUS (November 22 to December 21) You’re still in a vulnerable mode vis-a-vis “offers” that sound too good to be true. So continue to be skeptical about anything that can’t be backed up with provable facts. CAPRICORN (December 22 to January 19) Thrift is still dominant this week. What you don’t spend on what you don’t need will be available for you to draw on should a possible (albeit temporary) money crunch hit. AQUARIUS (January 20 to February 18) Staying close to home early in the week allows for some introspection about your social life. Sort out your feelings before rejoining your fun-time fellows on the weekend. PISCES (February 19 to March 20) It can be a bit daunting as well as exciting to find yourself finally taking action on a long-delayed move for a change. It helps to stay with it when others rally to support you. BORN THIS WEEK: Your love of home and family provide you with the emotional support you need to find success in the outside world.

Career Oppor tunities

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Excellent Opportunity

Full Benefits Salary based on experience.

Call Bill: 306-634-2815 email: wfonstad@sasktel.net

EstEvan

is seeking a

Career Hunting? Check the Trader Classifieds

RN, RPN or LPN required to work full or part time hours at Hill View Manor, a licensed 45 bed personal care home located in the City of Estevan. Working with doctors, residents & families to provide our residents with nursing services based on medical assessment and care plans. Excellent benefit package available. Position available immediately. Interested individuals can send resumes to:

Hill View Manor 615 - 4th Street S. Weyburn, SK S4H 2E9 hauph@sasktel.net Fax: 306-848-2072

Painting

TEXAS BED Truck OpErATOr • 3 years experience and First Aid & H2S tickets required

E-mail to outlawoil@sasktel.net

Manager

Estevan Shoppers Mall is looking for a dynamic, people oriented individual to manage the day-to-day operations of the mall. You will have 3-5 years experience in property or retail management. Good analytical skills and ability to work flexible hours a must. We offer a competitive salary based on experience and a great benefits program.

Submit resume: jobs@icrcommercial.com

Equipment Rental FOR RENT

• WHEELED & TRACK SKID STEERS • MINI TRACK HOES • PORTA POTTIES • MINI SKID STEER • FLAT DECK TRAILERS FRESH WATER AVAILABLE FOR FRAC WATER, DRILLING RIG, ETC. • 5500LB TELEHANDLER Water hole location 35-1-8 W2 • DOOSAN LOADER • CAR HAuLER TRAILER

WATCH FOR THIS CAR!!!

See the Estevan Mercury Facebook page for details!

Time for a change?

Experienced Autobody Technician or Painter

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Ken Mehler Sales & Rentals 306-421-9576 Estevan, SK – 306-634-9955

Plumbing

Randy Franke 306-421-2244

Roofing Y B Wet Roofing Ltd. & Home Improvement Contractor

Now Servicing Estevan & Surrounding Communities! Specializing in furnace replacement & repair, gas fitting and all plumbing services for renovations and new construction.

Call 306-452-5199

www.mcneilplumbing.ca

• INSURED • 10% SENIOR DISCOUNT • FREE ESTIMATES Specializing in flat roof repairs & full installations “The name that keeps you dry” Quality craftmanship at prices that won’t soak you!

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Book An Ad Today Call 306-634-2654


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SRI HOMES’ Estevan Facility SHELTER HOME SYSTEMS

Career Opportunities

14063MP00

is currently accepting applications for

Trackhoe Operator Souris Valley Paving requires a trackhoe operator due to our recent expansion and the anticipation of a busy work season. The position is permanent full time and offers higher than average wages, a group benefits package and a company pension plan. Duties include operation and maintenance of trackhoes, backhoes, loaders and various other equipment. Interested candidates please email your resume to:

PREFABRICATED HOUSING ASSEMBLERS • Required Immediately • Permanent Full Time • 30 Available Positions • Starting at $14.70 per hour plus benefits Duties include: • Assembling and installing modular components Send, fax, e-mail or drop off resume to: Box 845 #200 Hwy. 18 West, Estevan, SK S4A 2A7 Fax: 306-634-7597 E-mail: jobs.shelter@gmail.com

svp@sasktel.net All submitted resumes are kept confidential

Earn Extra Summer Money! PERMANENT FULL TIME Shift Work: Day, Evenings, Weekends & Nights Job duties: Operate telephone system to advance and complete customer’s telephone calls, Record messages, transfer calls, safety check call-ins, alarm monitoring and may perform other duties as assigned. Skill requirements: No experience is necessary. On the job training will be provided. Specific skills: Possess excellent customer service and communication skills. Must have legible handwriting and good organizational skills. You should be a team player with the ability to work in a fast paced environment. Education: Completion of High School Language: English Wage: $15.58 - $18.00 hourly / 40 hours a week

Position to start immediately

Estevan Telephone Answering Service

Phone: 306-634-3522 Fax: 306-636-2173

Production line Welders’ Helpers (NOC 9612) Ability to assemble trailers using MIG welding process. Ability to weld mild steel in all welding positions. Mig training and 5 years Mig welding experience preferred. Salary range from 17.00 to 25.25 depending on skill level and with productivity bonus may reach 19.55 to 29.04 We are willing to sponsor Journeyperson Apprentices. Industrial Painter Ability to apply 2 part epoxy liquid paint process Auto body paint training preferred with 5 years experience Salary range from 17.00 to 25.19 depending on skill level and with productivity bonus may reach 18.40 to 28.97 Final Assembly, Finisher and Sandblaster Ability to do: Primary wiring, wood saw cutting, installing decks, installing tires, sandblasting, final wiring, detailing. Salary range from 12.08 to 19.58 depending on skill level and with productivity bonus may reach 13.85 to 22.52 Full Comprehensive Health, Life and Disability Insurance Program

www.trailtech.com Email Resumes to hr@trailtech.com

EXPRESS SOUTHEAST TRADER

attn: Rose or Joyce 706 5th St. Estevan, SK Canada S4A 0Y6

The Estevan Mercury & Southeast Trader Express are looking for sub carriers for July and August. Two routes in Pleasantdale area. One 75 paper route and one 150 paper route. We deliver the papers to your door for delivery to your customers. If interested please call Gayle at the Mercury (306) 634-2654

Looking for full time WELDERS’ HELPERS and INDUSTRIAL PAINTERS. Located in Gravelbourg Saskatchewan.

Week of June 16, 2014

Telephone Answering Service (1993) Ltd.

Permanent Full time Positions available • 3 Picker Helpers • 1a truck Driver requirements Class 5 License Drivers Abstract Oilfield Tickets an Asset

• Parts/inventory manager Submit resume and drivers abstract to:

Email: grimessales@sasktel.net Fax: 306-487-2560

WELLHEAD ISOLATION SERVICE TECHNICIANS AND TRAINEES ISOLATION Equipment Services Inc., an expanding Oil Service & Supply Company is seeking quality Service Technicians and Trainees. Previous experience with service rigs, fracturing, or similar industry experience with oilfield tickets is an asset. Class 1 or 3 driver’s License applicants will get primacy. (Drivers with Class 5 & 5Q will be considered if Applicant has relevant oilfield experience) A current driver’s abstract required. Off-road driving experience is an asset. MUST HAVE valid H2S and AB/BC First Aid Tickets BENEFITS * Excellent monthly guarantee * Excellent job bonus * Northern Allowance Program * Excellent Benefit Plan and Travel Expenses * Retirement Plan * Lucrative Quarterly Safety Bonus Program * Christmas Bonus

www.isolationequipment.com Email: l.enzie@isolationequipment.com FAX: 403-347-3406 or drop off at 307 Clare Street, Arcola Sk ATTN: Lori Enzie or Ron Hayward



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Career Opportunities

Looking for Career Growth?

Looking for Career We’ve got just Growth? the field for you We’ve Got Just the Field for You Tundra Oil & Gas Limited is Manitoba’s largest oil producer, Tundra Oil &exceeding Gas Limited is Manitoba’s largestof oil light, producer, currently exceeding currently 25,000 barrels sweet crude per 25,000 barrels of light, sweet crude per day. Our oil and gas exploration company operates day. Our oil production, and gas exploration company over 95% over 95% of our with core properties locatedoperates within the Williston Basin in southwestern Manitoba with and southeastern Saskatchewan. of our production, core properties located within the Williston Basin in southwestern Manitoba and southeastern This is a very exciting time to be part of the Tundra team. As continued growth and expansion has created new opportunities in our various office and field locations, Saskatchewan.

About Tundra Oil & Tundra Oil & Gas Limited GasAbout Partnership

we are now actively recruiting skilled professionals to join us in the following positions:

This is aAlberta very exciting time to be part ofWinnipeg, the Tundra team as Calgary, Manitoba • Area Landman • Land Administrator continued growth and expansion has created new opportunities in • Development & Exploration Geologists • Staff Accountant our Virden, Manitoba location. Take a closer look at these available • Exploitation Engineer • Exploitation Technologist Virden, Manitoba opportunities: • Geophysicist • Midstream Operations & Facilities Engineer • Petrophysicist • Senior Exploitation Engineer • Senior Production Engineer • Simulation/Reservoir Engineer

• Completions Engineer/Tech. • Drafting/Design & Technical Support Technician • Drilling Field Superintendent • Field Operators – Level IV • Field Safety Coordinators-Operations • Human Resources Generalist • Instrumentation Technician • Production Engineer

Front Desk Receptionist Yardman/Loader Operator Shipper/Receiver

Tundra Oil & Gas Limited is a whollyowned subsidiary of James Richardson & Sons, Limited, a private, familyowned company established in 1857 with operations in agriculture, food processing, financial services, property management and energy exploration. Tundra’s corporate head office is located in Winnipeg, Manitoba, where we commenced operations in 1980. Our field office in Virden, Manitoba oversees the operation of 1,800 wells, while our office in Calgary, Alberta, provides our geological, geophysical and reservoir engineering support. The Tundra family of companies also includes Red Beds Resources Limited and Tundra Energy Marketing Limited. To learn more about us, we invite you to visit www. tundraoilandgas.com.

Tundra Oil & Gas Limited is a whollyowned subsidiary of James Richardson & Sons Limited, a private, family-owned company established in 1857 with operations in agriculture, food processing, financial services, property management and energy exploration.

Tundra’s corporate head office is located in Winnipeg, Manitoba, where If you are interested in joining our rapidly-growing team, visit the Employment sectionwe commenced operations in 1980. Our (closing date June 20, 2014) of our website: www.tundraoilandgas.com for details on these and other positions. field office in Virden, Manitoba oversees Please submit your cover letter and resume, along with your salary expectations to the operation of 2,000 wells while our careers@tundraoilandgas.com by the indicated application deadline. office in Calgary, Alberta provides our We wish to thank all candidates for their interest; however, only those being considered for interviews will be contacted. geological, geophysical, land and reservoir engineering support. The Tundra family of companies also includes Red Beds Resources Limited (closing date June 30, 2014) and Tundra Energy Marketing Limited. To learn more about us, we invite you to visit www.tundraoilandgas.com. Visit our website for all the specific position details.

Field Operators – Level II & III QA/QC Integrity Technologist Facilities Engineer/Technologist

A comprehensive compensation package awaits the successful candidate, which includes a competitive base salary, benefits, and a company matching Group RRSP plan. Interested candidates are invited to apply in confidence via our website www.tundraoilandgas.com. We wish to thank all applicants for their interest, however, only those selected for further consideration will be contacted.

is currently accepting applications for a

Journeyman Heavy Duty Mechanic Turnbull Excavating Ltd. is an established construction company located in Estevan, Sk. in the vibrant Southeast region of Saskatchewan. Our operations involve aggregate and redi-mix concrete materials supply, excavating and earthwork services, waterworks installations, and truck delivery of aggregate and concrete materials. We are involved in municipal, commercial and residential construction projects of various size and scale.

Applied Industrial Technologies LP. a group of industrial distribution companies located throughout Canada, and we are currently seeking qualified individuals to fill the position of:

Customer Service Representative for Estevan, Saskatchewan Responsibilities include but may not be limited to: • Providing service to branch customers and managing assigned product lines or customers. • Active involvement in company’s Quality Management process as evidenced by continuous improvement in processes directed toward reducing costs, increasing sales/gross profit and customer satisfaction. • Carries out policies and procedures as defined in the company policy manual. • Continuous development through reading, seminars and on the job training. • Provide a high level of customer service to branch customers including timely, accurate responses to inquiries. • Cross train to assist or fill in when fellow team-mates are absent or their workload volume is high • Work with distribution centre to expedite special requests as necessary • Engage in direct sales actives • Provide telephone support for outside sales force • Meet or exceed sales performance targets • Ensure accurate, timely order processing through the computerized order processing system • Maintain cooperative and productive inter-departmental relationships • Attend branch meetings as required • Take personal responsibility for and actively engage in product systems and skills training and development • Maintain highest regard for safety and housekeeping • Perform other similar or related duties as assigned by the branch manager or supervisor. Preference will be given to candidates with the following qualifications and attributes: • High School or equivalent • Related industry experience or 3-5 years industrial inside sales experience preferred • Bearing and power transmission experience is a definite asset • Proficient computer skills, experience with SAP is an asset • Sales and customer service experienced • Mechanically inclined • Ability to work independently • Analytical and problem solving capability • Enthusiastic and exhibits a positive attitude and desire to succeed Applied Industrial Technologies offers competitive salary, comprehensive group benefit plan, company sponsored RRSP/DPSP, ongoing opportunity for training and development and promotion within the company. Please send your resume along with a cover letter to aithire@aitcanada.com or fax 403-214-1423

Qualifications: You will have 3-5 years of experience after receiving your Journeyman Status. You will have experience with large, heavy equipment (construction or agricultural) or heavy trucks. You will also have superior troubleshooting, understanding and skill in repair of: diesel engines, manual and automatic transmissions, hydraulic systems, driveline systems and electrical systems. You will have the ability to use diagnostic equipment and be responsible to perform preventative maintenance on all equipment to minimize equipment downtime. Primarily this position is working out of our main shop, day shift, Monday- Friday. You must be flexible to work overtime and some Saturdays when required. You might also be required to working outdoors. We Provide: Competitive wages ($40- $50/Hour) dependant on qualifications and experience. Excellent benefits program. Relocation allowance after one year of service. Should this position be of interest to you, please reply and provide your cover letter and resume by email to dave.turnbullexcavating@sasktel.net or fax to 306-634-6639. All applicants are thanked for their interest. Only potential candidates will be contacted.

Dispatcher Regens Disposal Ltd. • Co-ordinate the daily activities of approximately 25 trucks in South East Saskatchewan • Prepare and sequence routes for driver optimization • Dispatches personnel according to schedule and routes • Communicates with drivers via telephone and radio system • Monitor daily progress and ensure routes are completed • Reports to operations any driver and/or truck issues • Communicate directly with customers regarding service Essential Skills - Computer skills, communications, planning, organization, multitasking and attention to detail Qualifications - Grade 12 or equivalent, computer skills required The successful application will work in a team environment and take charge to direct personnel and plan daily/weekly work Dispatch experience and knowledge of rural land locations and SE Saskatchewan geography is preferred. Benefit Plan and Competitive Wage offered. Please contact:

Anatoli Davidian Operations Manager - Regens Disposal 500 Bourquin Road, Estevan, SK Email: hr@regensdisposal.ca www.regensdisposal.ca


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ESTEVAN THE ENERGY CITY

Please call 306-634-1800 for any concerns. CITY OF ESTEVAN PUBLIC NOTICE ‘SINGLE FAMILY’ RESIDENTIAL LOTS FOR SALE ‘ROYAL HEIGHTS SUBDIVISION-PHASE 3’

 

After School  2014 Art  Club   Summer Art Camps EAGM For  children  aged  7  –  13.    Free  to  attend,  transportation  

Theincluded. Estevan Art Gallery A ispril   excited announce our upcoming  Running   29,  to 30,   May  1  from   3:30  –   Summer Art 5:00pm.   Camps for children aged 7 – 12. Camps run Monday  Call  Karly  at  634-­‐7644  for  more  info  or  -tThursday o   each week. Children are encouraged to bring a snack. Cost is $50/ register.   child/week. Pre‐registration is required, call Karly at 634‐7644 for   more info. The  Pinterest  Challenge   July 7 – 10: Art Explosions Use science experiments to create unique Craft  club  for  adults  based  on  projects  found  on   and exciting artwork! 9am – Noon OR 1pm – 4pm Pinterest  on  April  24  from  7-­‐9pm.    $20/person.    Call   July 14 – 17: Art Outdoors Use mother nature as your artistic inspiraKarly  at  634-­‐7644  for  more  information  or  to  register.   tion…and your canvas! 9am – Noon OR 1pm – 4pm   July 21 – 24: Art Around the World Create your own artistic passport Beginner  Drawing   and use it to explore art and culture around the globe! 9am – Noon beginner   ORA   1pm – 4pm basic  drawing  class  for  kids  aged  11  –  17.     Instructed  by  Judy  Swallow  on  April  30th  at  7pm.     July 28 – 31: Art and Advertising Working with the Estevan Mercury,  Cfor all  real Karly   at  634-­‐7644   for  more   nfo  be or  featured to   you$20/person.   will create ads businesses in Estevan that iwill register.   in the paper! We will also create our own original ads and branding.   – Noon OR 1pm – 4pm 9am Family   Art   Closing Art Camp Reception Students, families and July 31 @ 6:30: Art  aare nd  invited craft  cto lass   for  parents   and  toddlers.    Parents   friends a closing camp reception. Students will select 1 –must   2 pieces of artwork  F toor   display gallery. Refreshments participate.   ages  1in8  the months   and   up.    May  1,  will 8,   be served. 15  @10am.    $5/family.    Call  Karly  at  634-­‐7644  for  more   Theinfo   Pinterest or  to  rChallenge egister.   Adult art class - featuring crafts found on Pinterest! June 26th @ 7pm. $20/person. Call Karly at 634‐7644 to register. Family Art - A hands on art program for parents and toddlers. Ages 18 months and up. Parents must attend. June 5, 12, 19 @10am. $5/family. Call Karly at 634-7644 to register.

Commencing July 8, 2014, the City of Estevan will make available for purchase a total of 21 Residential Single-Detached (R1 Zoned) lots located in the new phase of the Royal Heights Subdivision (Wellock Road/Hawkes Bay). All prospective purchasers will be required to execute an option to purchase agreement prepared by the City, accompanied by a deposit amount (50% or 25% down payment depending on length of option term). A complete information package outlining Parcel prices, sizes, and the terms of purchase including Architectural Control/Guidelines may be obtained by contacting the Land Development Services Division, 1102 Fourth Street, Estevan, Saskatchewan, (306) 634-1821 or rdenys@estevan.ca All sales will be on a first come/first serve basis commencing at 8:30am, Tuesday, July 8, 2014, located downstairs City Hall, 1102 Fourth Street, Estevan, Saskatchewan. Lot sales shall be restricted to one per customer.

CITY OF ESTEVAN GLEN PETERSON INDUSTRIAL BUSINESS PARK LOTS FOR SALE CALL 306-634-1821 FOR FURTHER DETAILS

City of Estevan Public Notice The Council of the City of Estevan, pursuant to Section 207 of the Planning and Development Act, 2007, gives notice of its intention to amend Zoning Bylaw #20101834 & the corresponding Zoning Map as hereinafter provided:

Consideration is being given to amend the Zoning Bylaw Map by rezoning Lot 1 & 23, Block 68, Registered Plan M4929 [1138 First Street], Estevan, Saskatchewan, from the existing ‘Residential Low Density Single-Detached Zone (R1)’ to the ‘Residential Medium Density Zone (R3)’; Reason: Rezoning is being undertaken to support a proposed row house (4 units)

2014 Property Tax Notices

2014 Tax Notices were mailed out on Thursday, June 12, 2014. If you have not received your property tax notice please contact Trina at 634-1811.

Taxes are due on July 31, 2014.

Penalties are accumulative, applied the 1st of each month as follows: August .5%, September 1%, October 1.5%, November 2.5%, December 3.5%, Arrears Penalty of 10% will be added to all outstanding amounts on January 1, 2015

WHAT’S HAPPENING AT THE ESTEVAN ARTS COUNCIL?

“promoting the arts in OUR community”

VISUAL ARTS

The third annual free, self-guided Visual Arts Summer Tour has been scheduled for July 25 & 26. This tour features local artists from Estevan and surrounding communities all showcasing their art work. Please watch for more information. STARS FOR SASKATCHEWAN

Stars for Saskatchewan has just announced their concert lineup for the 2014-2015 season. This 6 concert series offers a diverse selection of performers – ALL high quality and professional. Residential dwelling development. The amending Bylaw (#2014-1942) may be inspected by any person at the Legislative Services Business Division, City Hall, 1102 4th Street, Estevan, Saskatchewan, between the hours of 8:00am-4:30pm Monday to Friday.

City Council, at it’s meeting to be held on Monday, June 30, 2014, at 7:30pm in the Council Chambers, City Hall, 1102 Fourth Street, Estevan, Saskatchewan will hear any person(s) wishing to be heard with respect to the proposed rezoning bylaw and will further consider any written submissions respecting the proposed zoning amendment, provided such intentions and/or submissions are received by the City Clerk’s Office, Legislative Services, City Hall, 1102 Fourth Street, Estevan, Saskatchewan, S4A 0W7 no later than 12:00 pm on Thursday, June 26, 2014. Dated at the City of Estevan this 28th Day of May, 2014

Highlighting this year’s series will be the world renowned Vienna Boys Choir. With around 100 boys between the ages of ten and fourteen, divided into four touring choirs, they give around 300 concerts a year. The choir has performed in front of almost a half a million people, world-wide. Their repertoire includes everything from medieval to contemporary and experimental music. Also scheduled to perform this year are Jimmy Rankin, Fung-Chui Piano Duo, The Gala Trio, Ensemble Caprice and Memory Lane. Contact the office, for more information on our Season Subscription rates. Contact us for more information on our programs

www.estevanartscouncil.com 306-634-3942

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