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Cheers to the nurses who spend hours on end caring for our loved ones and never getting the gratitude and appreciation they deserve. Thank you, you are appreciated! Cheers to Estevan and surrounding residents for supporting my son and me during his illness; whether it was prayers, kind words and thoughts or financially. Thank you from the bottom of my heart!

Cheers to the people who chose to donate their piano to the Salvation Army. Your generosity was a gift from heaven for my family! Cheers to all the hard work on Souris Avenue. We eagerly await the completion date.

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Jeers to the people who don’t put their garage sales on the garage sale guide on the radio. Not everyone has a computer! Jeers to a complex of local stores who want people to shop locally but don’t fix the potholes and sink holes in their parking lot. Jeers to a shop in the city for rarely having its photo lab open on the weekends. Jeers to the lady who had told me I won a cooking show, but never bothered to return any of my phones calls to actually set up the cooking show and allow me to enjoy my prize. Jeers for the many terrible potholes on Arthur Avenue, north of King Street. Jeers to all the speeders on Wellock Road. This is a residential area with young families and school zones. Speed limit  posted at 30km/hr. SLOW DOWN! Jeers to the two ladies in the Jeep SUV who I let ahead of me in the drive-thru at Tim Hortons. Not as much as a head nod or wave to show their appreciation. Some people should relearn or learn manners.

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ARIES (March 21 to April 19) A stubborn refusal to go ahead on a project mystifies colleagues who expected more flexibility. But once you explain your position, they’ll understand and even applaud you. TAURUS (April 20 to May 20) A relationship seems to be stuck in the same place. Now it’s up to you, dear Bovine, to decide how far you want it to go and how intense you want it to be. Choose well and choose soon. GEMINI (May 21 to June 20) A relationship progresses more slowly than you would prefer. Best advice: Insist on a frank and open discussion. What is learned could change minds and, maybe, hearts. CANCER (June 21 to July 22) It’s all right to be grateful to a workplace colleague who has done you a good turn. But gratitude shouldn’t be a life-long obligation. The time to break this cycle is now. LEO (July 23 to August 22) It’s going to be especially nice to be the King of the Zodiac at this time. A recent money squeeze

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Twenty-two students took part in Estevan Comprehensive School’s 30 Hour Famine on Friday. The famine ran from 8 a.m. on May 4 to 2 p.m. the following day, and students began by learning something new about the other participants before getting the activities started in the courtyard on Friday.

ECS’s 30 Hour Famine brings students together A 30-hour fast gave local high school students an opportunity to raise some money for children in Third World countries. Estevan Comprehensive School students went hungry last Friday and Saturday as they took part in World Vision’s annual 30 Hour Famine. The famine is a mainstay fundraiser for students at the school and continued this year with 22 students raising $3,204 for World Vision. While ECS students have participated in the fundraising for a long time, the social justice club recently took charge of organizing the event. This is the second year for their involvement. Grade 11 student Brayden Gervais is a member of the social justice club and this is the second year he has taken part in the famine. He said it’s a way to learn about less fortunate

children, particularly those in poorer countries, and a great way to meet other students in the school. “It was a really great time, we did a lot of group and team-building activities,� said Gervais. “We talked a lot about the problems in Africa and other Third World countries and how we can solve them. We really learned a lot. It was a great experience.� The students gathered together in the courtyard after school on Friday, after already skipping lunch, they played games and had lots of activities to keep their minds off food. They would go without three more meals. The famine lasted from 8 a.m. on Friday to 2 p.m. Saturday. There are four categories that can be donated to. Each student identifies where they would like their pledges to go, but because of the ubiquity of

the Kony 2012 campaign, which pledges to arrest Joseph Kony over alleged war crimes, a lot of money was going to protecting children. World Vision came into the school for a presentation earlier this year and talked about raising money for child protection in Africa in an effort to work with the Kony 2012 campaign toward a singular goal. “We are going to be giving most of our money to safety, so safety of people, shelter, protecting kids from war,� added Gervais. The experience is what’s important for him. When the students take part in the famine, it’s a group of like-minded youth looking to make a difference somewhere in the world. Gervais said that connection with the other students is part of what the 30-Hour Famine is all about. “It’s all sorts of team-

building activities and getting to know people, and bonding over our mutual decision to try and help these kids and help these families in Third World countries.� After participating last year, he and his fellow social justice club members took it upon themselves to get other students involved so they could raise more for the children who need it. “As a social justice club we got together and decided that those of us who did it last year would definitely come and try to recruit more members, because the more the merrier and the more people we can spread this cause to the better.� One of the ECS teachers who helped organize the event through the social justice club was Ashley Cote, who said everybody was very hungry and ready to eat by the end of the 30th hour.

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Mothers can be very misleading Mother’s Day is coming up, and I now have a good reason to fret over it. It’s something I’ve never done before. I’m not the kind of person who worries about these special days. Christmas never stresses me out. I just read a story, however, about how mothers secretly hate their mother’s day gifts. Mine is already in the mail. In fact, it arrived earlier this week and now there is no turning back. I thought it would be fine. I know my mother pretty well. When I think about it, she would totally lie right to me and say my gift was as special as my rich brother’s. OK, I don’t have a rich brother to compete with, but she would do it anyway. Just last weekend I was talking to my mom and told her the gift’s in the mail and should be arriving soon. I told her all about the gift she can expect in the mail, all proud that I remembered enough in advance to actually get her something more than an e-card. Her response was, ”You don’t have to get me anything.”

Jordan Baker Thoughts From My Fingers After becoming paranoid and selfgift-conscious from reading this article, I’m pretty sure how to decipher that mom code: “Your gifts are nothing to me, and neither are you.” In this article, it also said that on average, Canadians will be spending more than $84 on their mothers. If most mothers secretly dislike their $80 gifts, my $30 gift will probably end up being used as a really thick coaster or a paperweight. I also confess that while I spent $30, $8 of those were spent on shipping and handling. That’s right, almost one-third of my mother’s gift is shipping. Maybe I should just stop reading the news. I hate to say it as a reporter myself, but the news is just making me paranoid

and cynical. Now when my mother tells me she really likes the gift I gave her, we’ll have this conversation where we’re both saying one thing and thinking the opposite. I’ll say something like, “I’m glad you like it,” but will be thinking, “Stop lying to me.” I always thought there was some reward for just remembering Mother’s Day, like remembering her birthday. The thought is more important than the gift itself, isn’t it? My sister decided to not give Mom a gift this year. She just finished a year in school, making little money and already had four years of student debts to pay down. She’ll probably get her a card, and they’ll have brunch or something. That’s probably better than my gift, but I put some thought into it. It’s a very similar whats-a-doodle to what I got her last year, and she told me she really liked. Now I know better. She was just giving me the mom-party line. Just know that I try really hard for this Mom. Happy Mother’s Day.

Federal moves mystifying for Ag sector The federal government, under the leadership of Prime Minister Stephen Harper, is an increasing mystery in terms of how it deals with agriculture. Apparently Harper, Agriculture Minister Gerry Ritz, and the rest of the Conservative clan are the wisest members of Parliament we have managed to elect in 75 years. At least it seems that way as a group of MPs elected by a minority of Canadians are focused on changing many of the long-held programs of farming. This space has related the government’s handling of the Canadian Wheat Board often, so I won’t spend much time relating the Conservatives’ arrogant dealings in terms of that institution. In its recent budget, the government also announced it is eliminating the Canadian Food Inspection Agency’s enforcement of non-health and non-safety food labeling claims. The CFIA has a strong reputation in ensuring food safety in this country, and consumers should not be happy with that decision. When you think about how critical food safety is, nothing that even holds a chance of weakening the food security system should be seen as a wise move. The same budget also announced that the federal government, through the Prairie Farm Rehabilitation Administration, will be getting out of the community

Calvin Daniels Trader Agriculture Columnist pasture business. The PFRA operates 85 community pastures with a history dating back to the 1930s when the federal department took on the role of reclaiming lands across the Prairies that were impacted by the severe drought of that decade. Since then the PFRA has remained an important agency in terms of water management, grants flowing through for dugouts and wells, and in dealing with droughts in various ways, including offering thousands of trees through the years for shelterbelts. When it comes to research into important erosion control farm techniques, such as zero-till, the PFRA has been there. The community pastures have offered farmers a source of summer pasture for their cattle, coming with experienced pasture managers looking after the cattle. Most pastures even offer access to top quality bulls for breeding, helping producers to access genetics without the added work associated with wintering the animals.

It is a system that has worked pretty well for some 80 years, but under the Conservative government’s current mandate, it’s an area that gets cut. The federal government is suggesting they will divest themselves of pasture management over the next few years, with the plan to hopefully have the provinces, or producer groups take over. That might sound reasonable, but there is something to be said for having the ability to buy bulls for 85 pastures and moving them around as they need. Having pasture managers paid by a federal government agency is likely to offer better dollars than being paid by 85 local co-operatives. On the surface, rancher control might seem a natural progression, but in this case producers haven’t exactly been vocal for the need for change, which at least was the case with the Canadian Wheat Board where a lot of producers were not happy. In the case of the PFRA, community pastures weren’t even a major drain on federal coffers at a time when balancing the books is just a dream. And this begs the question: why the Conservatives are doing this? It also reminds one of the old adage “if it isn’t broke, don’t fix it.” But of course, Harper and crew are just that much smarter than every government since the 1930s, or at least they seem to believe they are.

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Should school divisions punish students who wear shirts with controversial messages?

He She He She Said Said By: Jordan Baker

Last week a student in a Nova Scotia was suspended because he wore a shirt that read, “A life is wasted without Jesus.” This incident set off something of a firestorm across comment sections, inciting some hot feelings. This isn’t a religious debate; it’s a matter of free expression and school policy. I recall from Margaret Atwood’s dystopian novel The Handmaid’s Tale that mentions that the characters once had the “freedom to,” but now have the “freedom from.” The school in this case was practising freedom from. They stripped one student’s freedom to wear a T-shirt that would be offensive to only the most sensitive students in an effort to give all others in the school a freedom from this student’s message. His message was a little close-minded and shallow, suggesting anybody who doesn’t see things his way is wasting their lives, but he should certainly still be allowed to express it. That also brings us to school policy. My high school didn’t have a dress code, but there was still a sense of wearing what is appropriate. I don’t believe the Mercury has a dress code, or if we do, I was never told about it, but it would still be inappropriate to wear some pieces of clothing. The student in this case probably should not have been suspended, as the best place for children and teenagers is in school. It could have been a teaching moment for the student, however. Students, along with everybody else, are expected to dress appropriately for the different situations they find themselves in. The shirt clearly fell under their policy for inappropriate garb, but the penalty should be something a little lighter than a suspension; like on Tuesdays and Thursdays he wears a “Life is wasted with Jesus” shirt. That seems like a reasonable compromise.

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I think freedom of expression is extremely important. And being free to express one’s religious preferences is also important. So I don’t have an issue with this student wearing a shirt professing his religious beliefs. He’s a proud Christian and there’s nothing wrong with that. I assume he made that pretty clear without having it splashed across his shirt. Plus, don’t we allow students to wear turbans and burkas to school, because we don’t want to discriminate? It’s definitely not fair to tell one person it’s OK to express his/her beliefs, while punishing another for doing the same. However, what I don’t agree with is trying to force your beliefs onto someone else. I’ve been the victim of this more times that I can count, especially when I was younger. It’s uncomfortable and doesn’t create a positive environment; I know that for me, it created a lot of resentment toward the religion that was being forced down my throat. From what I’ve read, this student was pretty busy trying to evangelize his classmates, and when he was turned down, he didn’t back off. So I think there’s a bigger picture here to consider. Children who head to school proud of their faith and don’t rub it in the faces of other students, they’re great, they’re not hurting anyone. But if the same students, proud of their faith, pestered their classmates to convert, they’d be crossing that line between acceptable and unacceptable. And it sounds like this student was the latter example, and the actions taken against him were a result of everything, his “Life is wasted without Jesus” shirt included.

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THE TRADER EXPRESS, FRIDAY, MAY 11, 2012

So it’s summer now? I’m generally fairly observant and after several weeks (or months) of weather that has fluctuated between nice and not-sonice, I feel comfortable saying that it feels like summer. Further observation into the lives of those around me has led me to confirm that it is, indeed, summer for all intents and purposes. Here’s how I know: 1) I’m working indoors eight hours each day and the weather is nice. When I do get to leave my office, the pants I put on in the morning are often too warm and my jacket makes me look over-dressed. I’m frequently forced to rig up a contraption with my purse straps to avoid wearing it. So, in summary, I know it’s summer because I’m more awkward, more publicly, than I normally am. 2) The people around

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Tonaya Marr Maybe It’s Just Me me seem to be more intune with what to wear, and they’re taking summer clothing to the extreme. I get that it’s getting close to 20° some days, but it is still way too chilly for anyone to be wandering around with their butt cheeks hanging out. Similarly, maybe your kids still need to wear jackets when they’re playing in the yard at 8 p.m.? Or, to solve both these issues, it’s never really “Butt cheek season,” and keep your kids indoors FOREVER so they don’t wake me up on the weekends by yelling outside my window. 3) There are a lot more people riding their bikes. This is awesome, because finding alternative, environmentallyfriendly methods of travel is the way of the future. You bike-riders, you guys are great. You’re saving the day. However, I do

have one request: please decide if you’re a vehicle or a pedestrian. That’s my major pet peeve with bicyclists. They never seem to want to obey the rules of the road. It’s not OK to ride on sidewalks, turn illegally wherever you want and bike through crosswalks after behaving like a vehicle until that red light became too inconvenient. Consider how many bicyclist-vehicle accidents there are that are preventable. 4) Soccer has started. I’m not playing women’s soccer in Estevan this summer (which will probably be largely unnoticed by my team), but I am playing co-ed soccer in Regina (which, again, will largely go unnoticed by my team). I’m super content to run up and down the sideline, pretending to play midfield and really hoping that no one passes me the ball.

My current mission is to teach my new team not to pass to me. So far, I’ve got three of my teammates conditioned (including my boyfriend) and we’ve only had a brief scrimmage. In other soccer related news, I haven’t been able to move my legs since first kicking a soccer ball three days ago. This can only mean good things, right? 5) My middle sister is home and I keep waking up expecting messages complaining about her late-night partying ways, which I don’t expect will improve, considering she turned 19 on Tuesday (it was Mom’s birthday too, but we won’t mention her age). Happy belated birthday, Kendelle! I’m very glad not to be living at home this summer and hearing you come home at 3 a.m. Happy belated birthday, Mom! Good luck! Tonaya Marr has been wearing SPF 30 sunscreen every day since the end of April, for fear of getting a sunburn. Even though she works indoors. If you want to get hold of Tonaya to comment on that fact, or just to chat, send her an e-mail at tonaya.marr@ gmail.com or send her a tweet @TonayaMarr.

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Do the Oilers need more offence?

For the third straight year, the Edmonton Oilers have an envious decision to make: Which of the ultra-talented junior players coming into this year’s draft will they anoint as the No. 1 selection? It should be easy, right? Just go with the consensus No. 1-ranked player, Russian Nail Yakupov, who has played the last two seasons in the Ontario Hockey League with Sarnia and garnered Ovechkin and Kovalchuk comparisons. But wait just a minute. The Oilers have earned the No. 1 pick three years in a row, and offence is not a problem (11 teams scored fewer goals than the Oilers this year). Thanks to consecutive selections of Jordan Eberle (Regina Pats), Taylor Hall (Oshawa Generals) and Ryan Nugent-Hopkins (Red Deer Rebels), conventional wisdom suggests the stockpiling of young snipers is complete. Why add another sniper? To lose games 8-6 instead of 8-4? The Oilers need help on defence and, perhaps in goal. General manager Steve Tambellini looks around the NHL playoffs and sees a “defence-first” mentality leading to playoff success. But the Oilers don’t have a Shea Weber, an Alex Pietrangelo, a Drew

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When wisdom speaks we should listen Susan Sohn When I first started having babies (some 14 years ago), many people told me to savour the moments and to make sure I enjoyed my children when they were young. They told me that time flies by so quickly. They also said that my children would be young for such a short time and that before my husband and I knew it, they would be slipping through our fingers. Looking back now, I remember the sleepless nights. I remember the aches and pains through pregnancy and the incredible joy that went along with a new baby. I remember the laundry, the diapers and the cuddles. I remember moments when I thought that time was going ever so slowly, times when I wondered if I would ever have another adult conver-

sation or if making play dough was my new thing. I remember the days when simply getting out of my pyjamas was a success story. I remember being tired ... for a long time. In saying all of that, I always remembered the words my more seasoned friends had said to me and they were, “savour the moments”, “enjoy the time with your little ones, they are only young for such a short time.” I’m so glad that through the tired fog, the mountains of laundry, the car seats, strollers and everything else, that I enjoyed the time. Indeed, there were hard times and occasionally I found myself wondering if the fog would ever lift. It was in those moments that my friends’ words echoed

Welcome to Real Life in my mind, and I chose to savour the moment. Today, as I dropped my children at school, I was once again reminded of the words my friends shared with me so early in their little lives. On the way to school, I listened intently to all that was happening in our car. My eldest was busy occupying herself as our very personal “Morning Drive DJ.” Her iPod was plugged into the car and we were treated to a wide array of her music. I was amazed as I listened to the depth of her creative choices. My son, who was sitting confidently in the middle seat of the van, chatted with me about his

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dream from the previous night. I loved the detail that accompanied his story and the way he was able to articulate even the smallest of details. As I listened to my son, I looked in my rearview mirror and saw my youngest, seven-year-old Ella, perched on her seat. Ella has recently transitioned from her early readers to chapter books, which she is so proud of. This morning, she was captivated by her book. I could see her mind ticking away as she flipped the pages, gobbling up every word. My heart was warmed by my experience in the car this morning. Our drive

to school was a moment I will remember forever. This moment was capped off beautifully when we finally arrived in front of the school doors. I put the car in park and as my children departed I watched my eldest (Sophia, 13) carry herself with ease and confidence towards the main doors. She was quickly followed by her younger brother, (Gabriel, 10) who was poised and ready for a day of learning and soaking up everything his teacher offered. Then, slowly and beautifully, my little Ella emerged from her perch in the back seat. Her chapter book neatly tucked into her bag and she was ready for the day. Before getting out of the car my lovely little girl gave me a kiss and said, “Mummy, I love you and I’ll miss you today.” With that my heart skipped a beat and I replied with, “My darling girl, you are a lovely person and I will miss you today ...more than you will ever know.” Out of the car she

hopped and I watched her walk into school, her little ponytail bouncing with every step. As I watched I realized that the words of my friends were indeed very wise. My children, although still children, are growing so quickly and they truly have been young for such a short time. I’m glad I listened and savoured the moments with them. I choose to continue to enjoy my time with them and may I remind you today, when wisdom speaks, it’s important that we listen. We need to listen because our lives tell a story and weaved through the story is the beauty of the moments we gather along the way. (On another note ... if you would like to join us each day on GetRealLive Radio please do. We broadcast live every weekday morning from 9:30 to 10:30 a.m. Check out the website for more details.) Susan J Sohn getreallive.com


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Bienfait adds new fire truck to its ranks An upgrade to the Bienfait fire department’s fleet is on the way. The Town purchased a new fire truck on May 2, and is now awaiting its arrival in the coming weeks.

Dwight Thompson, who is the president of the committee raise funds for the new truck and a member of the Bienfait town council, said the addition is important so that the local fire

department can continue to provide good service to the community. The fundraising committee was organized early last year and fundraising efforts started about a year

Alzheimer’s is common type of dementia DEAR DR. DONOHUE: What is the difference between dementia and Alzheimer’s disease? Are they the same? -- M.J. ANSWER: “Dementia” is an encompassing word that includes many different conditions. Those conditions have some similar features that indicate an impairment or loss of important mental functions. The inability to retain new information, getting lost in familiar surroundings, difficulty choosing the proper words to express oneself, trouble doing simple arithmetic like adding and subtracting, the failure to recognize close relatives and friends, and showing poor judgment like dressing for winter in the middle of summer are signs of dementia. Alzheimer’s disease, Pick’s disease, vascular dementia (dementia due to many small strokes), dementia with Lewy bodies and frontotemporal dementia are but a few of the dementia illnesses. Each of these illnesses has special features that set it apart from the other dementing conditions. Alzheimer’s disease is the most common kind of dementia. People often use “dementia” when they mean “Alzheimer’s disease.” It’s best to give the exact name for the illness that is causing mental deterioration. The booklet onAlzheimer’s disease provides the signs and symptoms of this illness. Readers who would like a copy can obtain one by

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ago. So far they have raised $85,000. Thompson noted that they will continue to host fundraisers, as they seek to cover the final $20,000 to $30,000 cost of the truck. The town is determined to pay for the truck entirely through donations. Town council budgeted as much as $200,000 for the new purchase, so Thompson said they are “well below” their expected range, with the purchased one sitting at about $110,000. Thompson said the new truck “will be great for our town and community.” He also noted the fire department has two trucks already, and with the addition of the third, he wasn’t sure if they would continue operating with all three vehicles or retire one of the older ones from service. “Our trucks have been

outdated. They’re over 40 years old,” added Thompson. The fire service was looking in various places for a used truck, from several provinces to some places in the United States. The truck they eventually bought was from south of the border, which is where Thompson said many used trucks come from for Canadian fire departments. With fundraising ongoing, more initiatives can be

expected throughout the spring and summer, as the committee looks to cover the final purchase price. Thompson said there was a lot of discussion between council and the fire department in the last year as to what was really needed for the town. He said, “They needed something they would be proud to have.” Thompson is confident that’s what the department will receive.

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Tanning salons could be given age limits Provincial NORTH BATTLEFORD, Sask. - A former employee at a care home in west-central Saskatchewan has been ordered to stand trial. Ashley Marie Johnson was a part-time care worker at a group home in North Battleford that cares for people with intellectual and physical disabilities. Mounties charged her with assault and of administering a noxious substance. Johnson was 24 at the time of the incident. The person suffered non life-threatening injuries, though has since fully recovered. The trial will be at the Court of Queen’s Bench in North Battleford; the dates have not yet been finalized. National OTTAWA - Conservative MP James Bezan is hoping to make that preprom visit to the tanning salon a thing of the past for Canadian teens. Just as the American media dissect the details of a New Jersey mother charged with bringing her five-year-old into a tanning booth, Bezan is pushing for age limits on the use of the devices. Bezan’s private member’s bill would ban the use of tanning beds and booths for Canadians under the age of 18. It would also require warning signs to be posted in salons, and labels to be affixed to tanning equipment. An unnaturally orange-

coloured New Jersey woman was charged with child endangerment last week when she allegedly brought her 5-year-old daughter into a tanning booth, a story that has gone viral internationally. *** OTTAWA - The federal government is on the hook for billions of dollars to fix problems caused by lax environmental regulation in the past, the environment auditor says in a new report. The government is looking at $7.7 billion in cleanup costs for contaminated sites, but has only set aside a fraction of the necessary funding, the auditor found. As the government reforms the environmental assessment process, it’s worth remembering the high price of slipshod environmental oversight from previous decades, Environment Commissioner Scott Vaughan said at a news conference. Most of the contaminated sites date back to between 1940 and 1970, well before environmental regulations cracked down on resource extraction and development, Vaughan said. *** HALIFAX - The case of a Halifax navy intelligence officer accused in a case of espionage has been adjourned until next month. Sub-Lt. Jeffrey Delisle is charged with communicating information to a foreign entity that could harm national interests. His lawyer, Mike Taylor, told provincial court

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Annan said Tuesday, but nations remain committed to his six-point peace plan and have pledged to deploy 300 cease-fire monitors there by the end of the month. He warned, however, that the world can’t wait

forever for the cease-fire plan to work, and noted that the bloodshed hasn’t ended despite the truce. Annan, who has been tasked by the United Nations and the Arab League with devising a solution to

end Syrian President Bashar Assad’s brutal crackdown on a popular uprising, spoke to reporters in Geneva after briefing a closed-door session of the U.N. Security Council in New York by videoconference.

Protect Your Melon

The Saskatchewan Construction Safety Association hosted a session for local workers regarding safety on the job, particularly for eye and head concerns. Greg Schreiner, of the SCSA, holds up a watermelon after a crowbar was dropped on it, simulating what would happen to a human head.

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Top Ten Movies 1. Think Like a Man (PG-13) Michael Ealy, Jerry Ferrara 2. The Pirates! Band of Misfits (PG) animated 3. The Lucky One (PG-13) Zac Efron, Taylor Schilling 4. The Hunger Games (PG-13) Jennifer Lawrence, Josh Hutcherson 5. The Five-Year Engagement (R) Jason Segel, Emily Blunt 6. Safe (R) Jason Statham, Chris Sarandon 7. The Raven (R) John Cusack, Alice Eve 8. Chimpanzee (G) Tim Allen, narrator 9. The Three Stooges (PG) Sean Hayes, Will Sasso 10. The Cabin in the Woods (R) Kristen Connolly, Chris Hemsworth

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“Tire” ashtray

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Q: I have a “tire” ashtray that I think is probably from the 1930s. Are these collectible? -- Carl, Dayton, Ohio A: Most of the “tire” ashtrays that I’ve seen being offered for sale were originally given away as premiums by service stations, tire manufacturers and garages. The earliest styles were crafted of glass circled by a miniature rubber tire. On the tire is embossed the name of the company. Ashtrays of this type produced before about 1950 are especially collectible. Typical prices are Goodrich Double Eagle, $125; Firestone Deluxe Champion, $45; Zenith, $40; and Jetzon, $20. As with most collectibles, condition is extremely important. For non-smokers, some of the ashtrays were issued that featured a pin tray. *** Q: My mom collected Avon bottles, and I have inherited them. I know nothing about Avon and current values. Can you help me? -- Susan, Stigler, Okla. A: The California Perfume Company was founded in 1886 and the

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The Royal Canadian Mounted Police entertained locals as the Mountie’s famous Musical Ride came to Estevan. Each week the Southeast Trader Express shares recent stories from the community but we’ll also give you a look into the past. If you have a photo you think readers of the Southeast Trader Express would find interesting please submit it to Jordan Baker at jbaker@estevanmercury.ca.

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Avon line was not introduced until about 40 years later. Collecting the earlier items is still competitive, but ones issued after about 1960 have little or no value to serious enthusiasts. After monitoring eBay for several days, I still believe that the Avon market has softened. There are several guidebooks available at amazon.com, but you should take the prices listed in them with some caution. For example, one guide lists a Nile Blue Bath Urn for $15, but it actually sells for about $5. *** Q: I have a reverse painting on glass identified as “Scene in Scotland.” Any information you can give me would be appreciated. -- Barbara, Sun City, Ariz. A: Such paintings were especially popular during the early 20th century. They were painted by a variety of artists; some signed their work, and others did not. Paintings on glass of this type generally sell in the $50 to

$100 range depending on subject matter, condition and desirability. *** Q: I have a sheet of 29cent stamps honoring Elvis Presley. Are they valuable or should I use them? -Theresa, Nashua, N.H. A: I spoke to several stamp collectors, who seem to agree that they are only worth face value. My advice would be to use them.

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Murray given chance on men’s team after injuries National HELSINKI - Ryan Murray has been given an opportunity rarely offered to a draft prospect — the chance to play at the IIHF World Hockey Championship. A Canadian team beset by injuries added the 18-year-old defenceman to its roster just hours before opening the tournament against Slovakia on Friday. Murray had originally come to Europe as an extra body for training camp and a pair of exhibition games against Switzerland, but found himself in the right place at the right time. With P.K. Subban getting sent home after suffering a knee injury and Marc Methot nursing a minor groin issue, Canada had just five healthy blue-liners for its first tournament game. That prompted general manager Kevin Lowe to officially add Murray to his roster and coach Brent Sutter decided to play him alongside Duncan Keith. *** MONTREAL - Bologna striker Marco Di Vaio is considering a move to Montreal that would make him the Impact’s first designated player. Di Vaio told a news conference in Italy that he would not return to his Ital-

ian Serie A club for 2013, and that Montreal’s Major League Soccer expansion team was an interesting. Montreal’s technical director Nick De Santis said there’s an offer on the table for the 35-year-old player, who plans to visit the city with his family at the end of May. International MIAMI - The Miami Dolphins have extended linebacker Cameron Wake’s contract through the 2016 season. Wake made the Pro Bowl in 2010, when he had 14 sacks, and he had 8 1/2 sacks last year. He came to the Dolphins in 2009 from the B.C. Lions, where he was a two-time CFL defensive player of the year. Wake had one year and US$650,000 left on his previous contract. ESPN reported the extension was worth $49 million, with $20 million guaranteed. “It’s kind of like taking things to another level, kind of like when I came down here from the CFL,” Wake said Sunday. “It has been an amazing, amazing journey.” Wake has yet to play in the post-season but said he’s optimistic about the direction of the Dolphins

under new coach Joe Philbin. *** WASHINGTON - The judge in the Roger Clemens perjury trial said jurors were getting bored with the pace of the case and told both sides Tuesday to stop wasting time with unnecessary questions. “Those folk are fed up they because see their time being wasted!” U.S. District Judge Reggie Walton scolded the defence and government lawyers, before the jury entered the room Tuesday morning. Walton said a juror asked his law clerk if the judge would advise what the charges are because some of jurors are “far afield” from what the actual charges are. While expressing concern about jurors possibly discussing the case prematurely, Walton also said he had sympathy for the jury. “When you create a boring environment which is being created in this case,” Walton said, that will cause jurors to talk about the case “cause they’re bored!” Clemens, a seven-time winner of baseball’s Cy Young Award, is accused of lying to Congress when he denied using steroids and human growth hormone.

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Spring Concert

Pleasantdale School’s Grade 3 to 5 students performed their spring concert last week, full of music, dancing and even some clever props.

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Mother's Day gifts that new moms will love (NC)—Mother's Day is here, providing you with the perfect opportunity to honor that special new mom in your life. Here are some unique gift ideas that she'll love. Food Delivery Service News moms are overloaded with tasks and responsibilities—and, of course, they're sleep deprived. In between getting to know and caring for

their baby, new mothers have zero time to actually prepare a healthy meal for themselves. Why not get them a gift certificate from a local food delivery service? These delicious meals are healthy, balanced, perfectly portioned and delivered right to her front door. Post-partum Doula Never heard of one? Post-partum doulas step in after the birth of the baby to

help take care of mom and help out around the house, so mom can bond with the baby. There are qualified post-partum doulas in every city – just Google or ask for a recommendation from friends, colleagues, a local hospital or a parenting group. Doulas are available to help during the day or overnight (overnight doulas typically charge a higher hourly fee), and they can stay as long as they are

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Gifts that gives back Make this Mother's Day unforgettable with a gift that keeps on giving. Consider making a donation to her favourite charity of choice or purchase a gift through a local organization like the Christian Children's Fund of Canada (www.ccfcanada. ca) and help provide expectant moms and babies in

some of the poorest regions in the world with essentials like prenatal vitamins, check-ups, and post-natal care and education.

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Mother Daughter HOW TO WIN AND TO VOTE

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ALL of these awesome photos of local look-alike Mothers & Daughters have been posted on the Estevan Mercury Facebook page. Go there and “Like” the Mercury, find your favourite mother daughter look-a-like and ‘Like’ the photo to vote!

NOW IT'S TIME FOR YOU , THEIR FRIENDS, FAMILY OR JUST FANS TO PICK A WINNER

The photo with the most ‘Likes’ will win the Grand Prize of a Luxury Spa package which includes: A facial, manicure, pedicure and a $200 gift certificate, all from Dolly Sue's Day Spa, Salon, Boutique & Growers Direct. Voting ends on Sunday May 13, 2012 at midnight. All pictures can also be seen in the Southeast Trader May 11.

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Give your mother's heart a helping hand (NC)—Racing off to swimming lessons and soccer practices. Picking up groceries and making sure kids are fed. Tackling a laundry mountain. Taking kids to their doctor's appointments—and of course those birthday presents that need to be bought and wrapped on time. Does this sound familiar? Most moms have a never-ending

list of to-dos, which they bravely soldier through every day to ensure their family is happy, healthy and well taken care of. But is she taking care of herself too? If not, her kids can change that this Mother's Day. “Heart disease and stroke is the number one killer of women in Canada—more than all

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cancers combined,” says Bobbe Wood, president of the Heart and Stroke Foundation. “A mother is so used to putting her family's needs first, often ignoring her own warning signs and putting herself at risk for heart disease and stroke. That's why our awareness campaign— The Heart Truth—is so important.”

All women need to make their own health a priority as heart disease and stroke take too many women before their time. By carving out time to exercise and de-stress, and to manage their blood pressure and cholesterol levels by eating healthy, moms can protect their heart health. This Mother's Day, kids can do their part so she can take care of her own heart health. Small gestures and helping out with some daily chores can go a long way to freeing

up mom's time. Here are some ideas to get started: • Making breakfast in bed and then clearing up afterwards • Setting and clearing the dinner table • Loading the dishwasher • Making their beds • Putting away their own clothes after they are washed • Dusting their rooms To ensure kids stay on course, allow them to choose the tasks they would like to help out with. If children get in the habit

of helping out a little bit more every day, these small gestures will mean more time for their mother to add exercise and relaxation into her day and protect her heart health. Kids can download a Mother's Day e-card with a personalized message and heart health information at thehearttruth.ca. The site includes prevention tips, signs and symptoms, recipes and questions to ask her doctor. Awareness of her heart health may be the best gift you could give this Mother's Day.

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PROPERTY SALE TENDER South East Cornerstone School Division is offering for sale by public tender the Estevan Teacherage, located on 710 Eva Street, Estevan, Saskatchewan. Legal description of the property is; Lot K, Block/Parcel 19, Plan No. 101918336, Ext. 0 Title #: 134671495 Sealed tenders are to be clearly marked ‘Estevan Teacherage’ and will be received by the undersigned until 2:00 p.m., CST on Thursday, June 14, 2012. The School Division wishes to inform bidders of the following conditions: 1. The Board of Education reserves the right to reject any or all tenders received and the highest or any tender will not necessarily be accepted. 2. The provisions of The Education Act, 1995 regarding disposal of real and personal property must be strictly adhered to. Further information may be obtained by contacting: Andy Dobson Manager of Facilities South East Cornerstone School Division No. 209 80A – 18th Street NE Weyburn, SK S4H 2W4 Phone: (306) 848-4726 andy.dobson@cornerstonesd.ca

“She loves me, she loves me not,” the kids chant in a chorus around a little patch of daisies blooming on our boulevard. Tugging flower petals one by one, their smiling young faces announce in a most traditional way that spring has sprung. Join your kids during this beautiful season and take a closer look at the flowers in your yard, neighborhood park or in the vase on your kitchen table. Discover the interesting shapes of the petals that one by one compose a unique bloom. Then let your ob-

Here are the materials for a flower with four or five petals: 2 sheer knee-high stockings in white or pastel colors A roll of 16- or 18-gauge wire Scissors Floral tape or green electrical tape Vase or flowerpot with florist foam inside Floral moss (optional) Here’s the fun: 1. Shape and twist the wire in a loop to form an outline of a petal that is about 1 inch in diameter. Think of it as the “frame”

of the petal. Do not cut the wire at the base of the loop, but rather twist and turn the wire to form another similar-size petal next to the first until you have four or five petals. Do not cut off the wire. 2. Cut off the toe and the elastic end of a pair of sheer knee-highs. Stretch the stocking over a wire petal, then twist it in place at the base, stretch it a bit more, and then twist again. Wrap the wire around the base to fasten the stocking in place. Cut off excess stocking below the petal. Continue with each petal. This can be a two-person project. Your child can stretch the stocking over the petal while you do the twisting. 3. Cut the wire, allowing for a stem. Give the stem a nice finished

look with floral or green electrical tape. Arrange in a flowerpot with floral moss or in a vase. Tips: Glue miniature butterflies or bugs to the flowers, or add details with fabric paints in squeeze bottles. *** D o n n a E r i c k s o n ’s award-winning series “Donna’s Day” is airing on public television nationwide. To find more of her creative family recipes and activities, visit www. donnasday.com and link to the NEW Donna’s Day Facebook fan page. Her latest book is “Donna Erickson’s Fabulous Funstuff for Families.” (c) 2012 Donna Erickson Distributed by King Features Synd.

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107 - Memorial Coming EvEnts Tributes In Memory of Karen Stephen

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FOR SALE:SOMETHING? Brand new 3 If BedFOUND you room, bath, 1800 ft. house have3 found any sq.articles … on 10 acres. Fully fenced, with Keys, Glasses, Coats, Pets, double car garage. Sunny kitchen etc., just call The Estevan has walk-in pantry and large isMercury 634-2654. We land. Vaulted atceilings throughout will advertise your and “FOUND” kitchen, dining room living Items FREE OF CHARGE! room. Large master bedroom with walk-in closet. Basement TMtf dr y walled and painted. 7 miles west on 114 Hwy. -18Dating and 1 1/4 mile south. Services/ For viewing call 634-9305.

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Estevan Mercury Classified Index & Southeast Trader Express CLASSIFIED INDEX

Engagements ................................. 101 Comm. Buildings for Sale/Rent ..... 201 Marriages ........................................ 102 Offices for Rent ............................... 202 Anniversaries ................................. 103 Shops/Warehouses for Rent .......... 203 Happy Days ..................................... 104 Storage for Rent/Wanted ............... 204 Engagements Farm Services LEGAL Misc. Announcements .................... 105 Business Services .......................... 205 Prayer Corner ................................. 106 Property Development .................... 206 Wedding Annivers. Feed & Seed Notices to Creditors Memorial Tributes .......................... 107 Business Opportunities ................. 207 Anniversaries for Sale 208 Assessment Cards of Thanks ............................. 108 Rolls Hotels/MotelsHay/Bales for Sale ................... Birthdays Coming Events ............................... 109 Revenue Properties forSeed Sale .......... 209 Certified for Sale Tax Enforcement Garage/Yard Sales .......................... 110 Announcements Crops/Grain 221 Tenders111 Farmland for Pulse Sale ........................... Personals ........................................ Prayer Corner ........................... 222 Health & Fitness .............................. 112 Farmland for Rent Wanted Notices/Nominations Lost & Found ................................... 113 Pastureland ..................................... 223 In Memoriam Steel............................ Buildings/ 224 Legal/Public Farmland Wanted Companions/Dating Services ........ 114 Notices Cards of Thanks 225 Readings/Astrologers .................... Granaries Judicial115 SalesMineral Rights ................................. PsychicsEvents ......................................... 116 Farm Equipment ............................. 226 Coming Farms/Real Estate Houses for Sale Vacation, Travel ............................. 117 Farm Equipment Wanted ................ 227 Garage Sales 228 Bands, Orchestras ......................... 119 Livestock Antiques Apts./Condos for Sale ......................................... Child Care Services Services ....................... 120 Horses/Trailers ................................ 229 Memorial For Sale/Miscellaneous Out of Town Child Care Wanted ......................... 121 Seed/Cert. Seed for Sale ................ 230 Personals Hay/Bales forFurniture Sale ......................... 231 Services Cabins/Cottages/ Pulse Crops/Grain/Feed Wanted .. 232 Health/Beauty Musical Instruments Appliance Repair ............................ 141Homes Country Cust. Farm Work/Rentals .............. 233 Lost Auctioneers .................................... 142 Steel Buildings/Granaries .............. 234 Apts./Condos for Rent Computers/Electronics Brick, Masonry ............................... 143 Farm Real Estate Services ............ 235 Found Firewood Duplexes Building, Contracting .................... 144for Rent Farm Auctions ................................ 236 Introduction Services Drywalling ....................................... Sports Equipment Houses145 for Rent Electrical ......................................... 146 Readings Antiques for Sale 251 Farm............................ Produce Mobiles/Pads Handyperson ................................... 147 Articles for Sale .............................. 252 Psychics Housecleaning ................................ 148 Furniture/Appliances Hunting/Firearms Housesitting ..................... 253 Janitorial ......................................... 149 Musical Instruments ...................... 254 Travel Plants/Shrubs/Trees Wanted to Rent Lawn, Garden Service ................... 150 Computers/Printers ........................ 255 Health Spas Pets Painting, Wallpapering .................. Rooms 151 for Rent Firewood ......................................... 256 Plumbing ........................................ 152 Food Market Wanted Tickets .................................... 257 to Buy Room & Board Roofing, Siding ............................... 153 Golf/Sporting Goods ....................... 258 Childcare Available Auctions Snow Removal ................................ Shared 154 Accomm. Hobbies/Crafts ............................... 259 Childcare Wanted Vacuum Service .............................. 155 Hunting Supplies/Firearms Adult Personals ............ 260 Mobile/Mft. Homes Miscellaneous Services ................. 156 Pets & Supplies ............................... 261 SERVICES Cars Home Renovations ......................... 157 Plants/GardenDomestic for Sale ................................. 262 Hauling & Moving ............................ 158 Wanted to Buy/Swap Trucks &...................... Vans Accounting/ 263

Recreational Property Misc. Auctions ................................ Parts & Accessories 264 BookkeepingLegal Revenue Property Adult Personals/Services ............... 275 Automotive Wanted Garages161 Appliance Repairs ....................... Notices to Creditors Cars/Trucks for Sale ...................... 301 RVs/Campers/Trailers Assessment Rolls ........................... 162 Auctioneers Real Estate Services Antique Vehicles ........................... 301a Tax Enforcement ............................. 163 Boats .................... 301A Semi-Trucks/Trailers Bricklaying Investment Tenders ............................................ 164 Opport. Cars/Trucks Wanted ...................... 302 Snowmobiles Notices - Nominations .................... 165 Building/Contracting Business Opportunities Auto Parts/Accessories ................. 303 Legal Notices ................................... 166 Motorcycles Motorhomes .................................... 304 Building Supplies Hotels/Motels Judicial Sales .................................. 167 Campers/RV'sATVs/Dirt .................................. 305 Bikes Drywalling Business Services Estevan Homes for Sale ................. 171 Boats/Trailers/Motors ..................... 306 Utility Trailers Estevan Homes for Sale/Rent ....... 172Services Personal Watercraft ....................... 307 Building/Contracting Financial Condos/Townhouses ...................... 173 Motorcyles ...................................... 308 Oilfield/Wellsite Equip. Electrical Industrial/Commercial City Lots for Sale ............................ 174 Snowmobiles/Trailers ..................... 309 Heavy Equipment Handyperson Boundary Dam Prop. ...................... 175 ATV's ................................................ 310 Storage Out of City Homes for Sale ............ 176 Industrial Machinery ....................... 311 Career Opportunities Hauling Space for Apartments for Rent ....................... 177Lease Utility Trailers .................................. 312 Professional Help Cleaning Estevan Homes for Rent ............... 178 for Oilfield/Well-Site Equipment .......... 313 Office/Retail Rent Office/Clerical Mobile Homes for Rent .................. 179 Janitorial Warehouses Wanted to Rent/Buy ....................... 180 Employment Skilled Opportunities Help ............ 401 Landscaping Rooms for Rent .............................. 181SaleProfessional Employment ............. 402 Farms for Help Room&& Garden Board ................................. 182 Office/ClericalTrades 403 .................................. Lawn Farms/Acreages Shared Accommodations .............. 183 Trades/SkillsSales/Agents ................................ 404 Moving Out of City Rentals ......................... 184 Sales Consultants ...................... 405 for Rent Employment Mobile Homes for Sale .................. 185 Farm/RanchGeneral Painting/Wallpaper Help ........................ 406 Land/Pastures Mobile Homes Wanted .................... 186 Help WantedWork Wanted ............................... 407 Renos/Home Manufactured Homes ..................... 187 Domestic Help ............................. 408 for Rent Domestic Help Wanted RTM's/Buildings Improvementfor Sale ............... 188 Employment Wanted ................. 409 Acreages .......................................... Mineral189 Rights Career Training Roofing Career Training .......................... 410 Resort Properties ........................... 190 Tutors .................. 411 Farm Implements Instruction, Tutoring Snow Out ofremoval City Lots for Sale ................. 191 Bookkeeping Services ............... 412 Garages .......................................... 192 Livestock Memorial Donations Services for Hire Out of Province Real Estate ........... 193 Clerical/Office Services ............. 413 Obituaries Horses 194 & Tack Vacuum Services Real Estate Services ...................... Obituaries ................................... 501 Memorial Gifts ............................. 502


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ST. JOSEPH’S HOSPITAL FOUNDATION (ESTEVAN)

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Steel BuildingS / granarieS

Phone: 637-2474 e-mail: rblackmore@schr.sk.ca

STEEL BUILDING BLOWOUT SALE! 20X26 $5,199. 25X28 $5,799. 30X42 $8,390. 32X56 $11,700. 40X50 $14,480. 47X76 $20,325. One End wall included. Pioneer Steel 1-800-668-5422. www.pioneersteel.ca.

Domestic cars

Domestic cars

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Used Cars

Used Trucks, SUVs & Vans 2011 JeeP granD CheroKee lareDo Black, 30,078 kms ....$39,900 2011 CheV TraVerSe Loaded, white, 21,000 kms .....................$36,900 2011 CaDIllaC eSCalaDe White, 39,500 kms..........................$62,900 2011 JeeP PaTrIoT Silver, 17,444 kms .......................................$23,900 2010 DoDge JoUrneY rT Red, 41,021 kms ..............................$27,900 2009 JeeP CoMManDer SPorT Leather, 59,000 kms ..............$25,900 2009 ForD eSCaPe XlT Red, 65,761 kms..................................$20,900 2009 JeeP PaTrIoT Red, 46,905 kms .........................................$17,900 2009 gMC YUKon Xl SlT Leather, 45,607 kms ..........................$33,900 2009 ForD eSCaPe XlT 86,507 kms ..........................................$20,900 2008 CheV SIlVeraDo CreW DUraMaX Red, 59,000 kms, ...$37,900 2008 ForD F-150 larIaT CreW White, 81,010 kms ..................$25,900 2008 ForD eSCaPe XlT Red, 57,258 kms..................................$18,900 2008 CheV SIlVeraDo lT Blue, 82,385 kms .............................$18,900 2008 JeeP lIBerTY lTD Black, 78,987 kms, leather...................$24,900 2008 CheV SIlVeraDo lT 2500 60,821 kms..............................$29,900 2007 ToYoTa TaCoMa CreW CaB Blue 147,454 kms ................SolD 2007 nISSan MUrano Se AWD, loaded, blue, 59,000 kms .......$24,900 2007 CheV SIlVeraDo Reg. cab, short box, 76,000 kms ..............SolD 2006 DoDge DaKoTa CreW CaB Grey, 76,000 kms ................$15,900

Business Office located at 68 Souris Avenue North in Estevan (Across from the Water Tower) Please Phone 634-2654 for further information Office Hours: 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday ****************

SELLS BY MACK AUCTION June 23 at Estevan Motor Speedway 20’x50’ Shop for removal before October 31, 2012. Wired, Ventilated, Insulated & Lined, Overhead Door. Mack Auction Company 634-9512 for Viewing PL 311962

Domestic cars

Domestic cars

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CARS

11 Chev Impala LS 4Dr factory warranty 45,000km ................................ $17,995 07 Pontiac G6 SE 4dr factory warranty, loaded ....................................... $11,995 06 Nissan Maxima SE 4dr sunroof, warranty .......................................... $14,995 05 Chrysler Sebring 4dr 37,000km warranty ............................................ $8,995 04 Chev Monte Carlo SS 2dr Dale Earnhardt Jr. Series warranty ........ $11,900

TRUCKS, VANS & SUV’s

11 Dodge Grand Caravan SE Stow-n-go factory warranty..................... $22,995 11 Mitsubishi RVR SE 4WD factory warranty .......................................... $24,995 10 Chev Silverado LS Crew Cab 4x4 factory warranty ........................... $25,995 10 Dodge Dakota c/cab SXT 4x4 factory warranty.................................. $23,995 09 Dodge Journey SXT AWD loaded, warranty .........................$173.78 Bi-wkly 09 Ford Escape EXT 4WD factory warranty ............................................ $20,995 09 GMC Sierra SLE Ext/cab 2500 HD 4x4 6.0 V8, factory warranty .....$174.70 Bi-wkly 08 Chev Trailblazer 4x4 71,000 kms, factory warranty............................ $19,995 08 GMC Canyon SLE crew/cab 4x4 loaded, factory warranty ...$201.65 Bi-wkly 08 Honda CRV LX AWD loaded, warranty ............................................... $17,995 08 Nissan Rogue SL AWD sunroof, warranty.......................................... $19,995 07 Chev 2500 HD crew/cab Diesel warranty ........................................... $26,995 07 Ford F150 XLT Ext/Cab 4x4 loaded, warranty....................... $181.80 bi-wkly 05 Buick Rendezvous AWD CXL, 4dr, 7 pass, warranty ......................... $6,995 05 Buick Rainier CXL AWD warranty ...................................................... $13,995 05 Nissan X Trail 4x4 warranty ................................................................ $13,995 04 GMC Denali AWD 7 pass., leather, sunroof, warranty ........................ $17,995 03 Chev Venture Van EXT 8 pass, 92,000 km, warranty........................... $7,995 03 Chev Silverado LS E/Cab 4x4 loaded warranty ................................. $13,995 02 Pontiac Montana Ext Van loaded, warranty ..........................$107.60 Bi-wkly 99 Ford Ranger Stepside SLT warranty.................................................... $5,995

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LONG CREEK MOTORS 2009 DoDge Challenger White, 83,005 kms..........................$22,900 2008 PonTIaC g5 5 spd, blue, 30,345 kms ..................................$12,900 2008 CheV MalIBU lT Silver, 72,340 kms...................................$14,900 2005 CheV SSr - Collector Very clean, 79,000 kms ....................$34,900 2004 ChrYSler CroSSFIre Black, 66,000 kms .......................$12,900

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Senchuk’s Super Deals! Used Cars

2010 LINCOLN MKS, Loaded w/power roof, navigation, 25,000 km ........................................................................................$33,995 2011 FORD MUSTANG V6 5 speed, loaded, 26,000 kms..............$21,995 2010 MUSTANG V6, Auto, loaded with only 54,000 kms ...............$17,995 2009 MUSTANG V6, loaded, only 7,500 kms .................................$17,995 2008 CHEVROLET COBALT SPORT, 2 door, loaded, 55,000 kms ......................................................................................$12,995 2008 DODGE CHARGER SXT, All wheel drive, loaded with 105,000 km......................................................................SOLD 2006 BMW Z4 3.0I CONVERTIBLE 38,000 miles ..........................$22,995 2006 TAURUS SE, fully loaded with only 72,000 kms ....................$10,500 2003 MONTE CARLO LS V6, 2 Door, loaded, Auto, 118,000 kms ......................................................................................$6,995

Used Trucks, SUVs & Vans

2012 RAPTOR SUPERCREW 4x4 only 1,075 kms ........................$64,995 2011 EDGE LIMITED ALL WHEEL DRIVE, fully loaded with Navigation & moon roofs, only 26,000 kms .....................................$38,995 2011 EXPEDITION MAX, loaded with Navigation, 23,000 kms ......$51,995 2011 CHEV EXTENDED CAB 4x4 loaded, only 11,000 kms .........$24,995 2010 F150 PLATINUM SUPERCREW 4x4, loaded with 30,000 kms...............................................................................$41,900 2010 F150 XLT CREW CAB 26,000 kms .......................................$29,995 2009 DODGE RAM LARAMIE QUAD CAB 4X4, loaded with 142,000 kms ....................................................................................$22,995 2009 ESCAPE XLT 4x4, 3.0L V6, loaded, with 100,000 kms .........$17,995 2008 F150 LARIAT SUPERCAB 4x4 5.4L, V8, loaded with only 54,000 kms ..............................................................................$23,995 2008 EXPEDITION LIMITED MAX 4x4, fully loaded with 126,000 kms.............................................................................$29,995 2008 GMC 2500 SLE CREW CAB 4x4, 6.0L, V8, 86,000 kms ......$24,995 2008 F150 XTR SUPERCREW 4x4 113,000 kms ..........................$18,995 2008 DODGE LARAMIE QUAD CAB 5.7L Hemi loaded with leather, 83,000 kms .........................................................................$22,995 2008 F350 XLT CREW CAB 4x4 6.4L Diesel, loaded with 168,000 kms ....................................................................................$19,995 2007 NISSAN TITAN CREW CAB 4x4 103,000 kms ........................SOLD 2007 ESCAPE XLT 4x4 only 90,000 kms .......................................$14,500

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Your home of after sales service

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634-3696

801 13th Ave., ESTEVAN Ph: 634-3661 or 1-888-634-3661

SOUTHEAST SASK USED CAR SUPERSTORE CARS

2011 CHEV MALIBU PLATINUM EDITION 30,000 kms .......................... $18,900 2008 CHEV COBALT 4 door, sport red, 56,840 kms ...................................... $12,700 2008 CHEV COBALT COUPE auto, power roof, 40,800 kms ......................... $12,700 2007 PONTIAC SOLSTICE CONVERTIBLE GXP, 260 HP, leather, SOLD $22,800 13,000 kms ................................................................................................... 2006 BUICK ALLURE local trade, 124,000 kms .............................................. $9,950 2004 CHEV CORVETTE CONVERTIBLE auto, leather, chrome wheels, Sale $32,300 $33,900 8,600 kms .....................................................................................................

TRUCKS, SUVS, VANS

2011 GMC YUKON cloth, 20’s, white, 54,000 kms ...................................... $36,700 2011 DODGE DAKOTA CREW 4X4 19,200 kms....................................... $26,900 2011 CHEV SUBURBAN leather, 4x4, 34,000 kms ...................................... $39,700 2011 GMC TERRAIN SLT2 V6 leather, roof, dvd, nav, 2,200 kms................. $38,700 2011 FORD ESCAPE LTD loaded, leather, power roof, only 15,500 kms .......... $29,900 2011 CHEV TRAVERSE AWD, LT, quad, buckets, 43,400 kms ........................ $29,900 2010 GMC CREW 4x4 1500 leather, power roof, 91,000 kms .................... $26,900 2010 CHEV 1500 CREW 4X4 6.2L, max pkg, 134,000 kms, local trade ...... $21,980 2010 CHEV AVALANCHE LTZ power roof, nav., leather, 20’s, SOLD $29,970 140,000 kms, local trade................................................................................. 2009 BUICK ENCLAVE CX AWD 64,685 kms, very well equipped ................ $32,880 2009 GMC SIERRA SLT 1500 72,785 kms, Crew, loaded ........................... $25,900 2009 GMC R/C lwb, V6, auto, air, cruise, tilt, 69,500 kms ............................. $14,980 2009 CHEV UPLANDER SWB quad buckets, very nice, 59,300 kms.............. $15,500 2008 HUMMER H3 fully loaded, cloth buckets, very clean, 69,000 kms........... $28,600 2008 SATURN VUE AWD a/c. cruise, tilt, pw, pl, 78,000 kms...................... $18,990 2008 DODGE NITRO 4X4 loaded, only 48,911 kms .................................. $21,800 2008 FORD EDGE LIMITED AWD, black, local trade, 101,300 kms ................ $19,900 2008 ACADIA SLT AWD, Red Jewel, tint coat, leather, local trade, 93,000 kms.. $26,900 2008 CHRYSLER ASPEN leather, 4x4, DVD, 90,700 kms.............................. SOLD $19,980 2008 JEEP WRANGLER UNLIMITED auto, 4x4, 90,000 kms ..................... SOLD $21,900 2008 ACURA MDX leather, power roof, only 102,000 kms ............................ $19,700 2007 GMC CANYON CREW 4x4 local trade, only 54,000 kms ................... $19,900 2007 CHEV TRAILBLAZER SS AWD 395 HP, leather, power roof, 100,000 kms ................................................................................ $23,700 2007 PONTIAC TORRENT A/C, pw, pl, cruise, tilt, AWD 110,000 kms ........ $15,700 2005 PONTIAC MONTANA EXT 105,300 kms .......................................... $10,700 2004 CHEV AVALANCHE 4x4 only 117,314 kms....................................... $15,700 1994 CHEV E/C 4X2 very clean, 209,000 kms ............................................. $4,995

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Family Owned Dealership Since 1937 1021 - 4th STREET, ESTEVAN PHONE: (306) 634-3629

USED CARS

2009 MAZDA CX-7 40,000km......................................................... $29,900 2009 SEBRING TOURING Very nice car ....................................... $15,995 2008 DODGE CHARGER 68,000 kms............................................ $17,500 2008 VW NEW BEETLE CONVERTIBLE 64,000 kms ................... $17,995 2008 CHRYSLER SEBRING Only 20,000 kms .............................. $14,995

USED TRUCKS/VANS

2011 FORD F150 CREW CAB 24,500 kms .................................... $32,995 2011 TOWN & COUNTRY .............................................................. $31,900 2011 GRAND CHEROKEE ............................................................. $39,500 2011 DODGE 1500 CREW CAB BIG HORN 49,800 kms .............. $33,900 2010 DODGE JOURNEY SE .......................................................... $16,995 SOLD 2010 FORD XLT SUPER CAB ....................................................... $21,900 2010 GMC SIERRA 1500 CREW CAB 59,000 kms ....................... $27,995 2010 DODGE CALIBER ................................................................. $13,995 2010 RAM 3500 Diesel SLT ............................................................ $36,995 2009 RAM 1500 CREW CAB LARAMIE Loaded ........................... $32,500 2009 DODGE JOURNEY RT Loaded ............................................. $27,995 2009 JEEP PATRIOT LTD.............................................................. $21,995 2009 CHEVY UPLANDER LT 69,000 kms, DVD............................ $11,995 2008 FORD ESCAPE...................................................................... $13,900 2008 FORD EDGE LTD 62,000 kms............................................... $22,995 SOLD 2008 DODGE GRAND CARAVAN SXT ......................................... $15,995 2008 GRAND CARAVAN 78,000 kms ............................................ SOLD $16,995 2007 GRAND CHEROKEE 57,000 kms ......................................... $19,500 2007 TOWN AND COUNTRY ......................................................... $12,995 2006 GRAND CARAVAN 40,500 kms ............................................ $10,995 SOLD 2006 RAM 1500 ST 4X4 Nice shape .............................................. $17,995 2005 GMC 1500 CREW CAB ......................................................... $19,995 2005 DODGE 1500 Q/C SLT 87,000 kms....................................... $14,995 2003 FORD F-150 XLT ................................................................... $13,995 2003 DODGE 1500 Q/C SLT 2WD ................................................... $9,900

TRAILERS/MOTORHOMES/RVs

2008 RPM TOY HAULER, 26 Ft. .................................................... $24,900 2008 ROCKWOOD WINDJAMMER, 28 Ft. .................................... $20,900 2006 ROCKWOOD TRAILER, 26 Ft. Bunks & slide out................ $16,500 2006 BRISTOL BAY 5TH WHEEL LOADED ................................. $31,995 1980 TRAVEL AIR MOTORHOME, 24 Ft. ....................................... $6,500

MOTORCYCLES

2007 HARLEY STREET GLIDE 10,000 miles, mint, 96 cubic inch, GSP trans, chipped and piped......................................................... $17,900

*PLUS APPLICABLE TAXES*

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Haulmark 7x12 V-Nose Low Hauler $8495.00

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TRAILERS

2012 Haulmark 7x22 Sled ATV Aluminum Wheels ......................... $8,649 2012 Haulmark 8.5x20 Sled ATV ...................................................... $9,499 2012 Haulmark 8.5x24W 10400 GVW ................................................ SOLD 2012 Haulmark 8.5x20 Deluxe, VNOSE ..............................................CALL 2012 10ft. Aluminum 13” Wheels ..................................................... $2,300 2012 Haulmark 5x8 V ......................................................................... $3,499 2012 Rainbow 7x14 Dump, 14K GVW .............................................. $9,700 2012 Rainbow 7x12 Dump ................................................................ $8,600 2012 Rainbow 18’ Dovetail C&E 14K GVW ...................................... $4,699 2012 Rainbow 18’ Car Hauler 7000 GVW ......................................... $3,400 2012 Rainbow 16’ Car 7000 GVW ..................................................... $3,100 2012 Rainbow 22’ Partial Tilt 14K GVW ........................................... $6,700 2012 10ft. Aluminum, tilt /10” Wheels .............................................. $1,795 2011 Haulmark 7x14 Aluminum Wheels .......................................... $6,600 2012 10ft. Aluminum 10” Wheels ..................................................... $2,150 2012 Flip Up Ramp 6x12 (3500 axle) ................................................ $2,150

TRUCKS

2007 Dodge 1/2 4x4 ......................................................................... $12,000 2006 Dodge 1/2 4x4 ......................................................................... $10,000 2006 Chevy 15 passenger van........................................................ $12,000 2005 15 Passenger Van 153,000 kms............................................. $13,000

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Career OppOrtunities

General employment

Spiritwood & District Co-operative Ltd. Require a Branch Manager at our Shell Lake branch. Candidate needs to -be self motivated, and able to supervise other staff. have strong interpersonal skills have strong marketing skills knowledge of Lumber, and Hardware products would be an asset. Spiritwood Co-op offers a competitive salary and a comprehensive benefits pkg. Advancements are available in the Co-op retailing system in Western Canada. Resume, and application form can be mailed or dropped off Spiritwood & District Co-operative Ltd, Box 906 Spiritwood, Sask. S0J-2M0 Att. Will Batty Or emailed to spiritwoodcoop@sasktel.net

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EXPERIENCED Siding Installers Required. (Cement/Vinyl) Soffit, Fascia & Eavestrough. Must own vehicle. Ph: 306-793-2820.

Become a Cardiology Technologist (CT) in your own community. Wages range from $26.18 $36.26/hr. The only CT program in Western Canada accredited by the Canadian Medical Association (CMA). Approved by the Canadian Society of Cardiology Technologists (CSCT). This full-time program is delivered in a combined delivery format (guided online learning with regional classroom, lab and clinical placements). Student loans available to qualified applicants. Toll Free: 1-855-CARDIO-0 ( 1 - 8 5 5 - 2 2 7- 3 4 6 0 ) www.stenbergcollege.com

Domestic cars Guaranteed approval drive away today! We lend money to everyone. Fast approvals, best interest rates. Over 500 vehicles sale priced for immediate deliver y OAC. 1-877-796-0514. www.yourapprovedonline.com.

Trucks & Vans FOR SALE: 2008 Ford Escape, V6, 4-Wheel drive, 32,255 km. Asking $23,000. Phone Sandy: 421-0630.

GPRC, Fairview Campus requires a Plumbing Instructor AND Steamfitter/Pipefitter Instructor to teach labs and classroom settings for their program. Visit our website at www.gprc.ab.ca/careers.

Kingland Ford Hay River, NT seeking Experienced Ford Certified Partsperson with ADP/MicoCat, Long ter m employment, teamplayer. $34.50-$36.50hrly wage with benefits and pension plan. Email:employment@kinglandford.com

RVs/CampeRs/TRaileRs FOR SALE: 2003 Winnebago 31 ft. Class C Motorhome, 12. ft. slide-out, walk-around bed, light plant. Mint condition. Loaded, with many extras. Sleeps 8. Phone 306-634-3988.

LOCAL Rocky Mountain House company looking for day rate and hourly Vacuum Truck Operator. Must have current oilfield tickets and up-to-date drivers abstract. Benefit package. Fax 403-8453903.

EXPERIENCED Stucco Plasterers/Labourers Required. Must own vehicle. Phone: 306-793-2820.

General employment CRIMINAL RECORD? Money-back Guarantee. 100,000+ Record Removals since 1989. A+ BBB Rating. Only $45.50/month - Assures EMPLOYMENT & TRAVEL FREEDOM. Call for FREE INFO BOOKLET 1-8-NOW-PARDON (1-866-972-7366) www.RemoveYourRecord.com

INTERIOR HEAVY EQUIPMENT OPERATOR SCHOOL Sites in Alberta & B.C. Hands on real world machine training. NO Simulators. Start any Monday. Funding Options. www.IHESchool.com 1-866-399-3853

WORK FROM HOME Huge demand for Medical Transcriptionists. Train with the best. Loan and funding options available. Contact CanScribe Career College today. 1. 8 0 0 . 4 6 6 . 1 5 3 5 , w w w. c a n scr ibe.com, admissions@canscribe.com

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Appraisals

Fence Experts

LaReine

Appraisals

Real Estate

Appraisals & Consulting

Ph: 634-6388 – Cell Ph: 421-9347 Fax: 634-6389 email: lareine@sasktel.net

SOUTHEAST SASKATCHEWAN COMMERCIAL CHAIN LINK FENCE EXPERTS

CALL FOR A FREE ESTIMATE TODAY!

1132 - 4th Street, Estevan, SK S4A 0W7

(306) 634-8140

Contractors

Insulation & Drywall

SALES SERVICE INSTALLATION

OMETOWN RENOVATIONS LTD.

Serving Saskatchewan 1998

Free Estimates Licensed & Bonded

FACTORY DIRECT WINDOWS WINDOWS • Never Paint PVC Windows & Door Frames SASKATCHEWAN MADE • Sealed Units • Bay & Bow Windows • Cladding WINDOWS & DOORS MAINTENANCE FREE SIDING, SOFFIT & FASCIA SOUTHERN GLASS • Vinyl Siding & Insulation WORKS LTD. • Aluminum Soffit & Fascia • Financing Available DOORS • Steel Entrance Doors • Aluminum Storm Doors • Patio Doors • Garden Doors

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Contact us for ALL of your renovation needs • New Construction & Renovation • Commercial & Residential • All types of roofing • Metal Buildings & Garage Packages

• Windows & Doors • Fascia • Soffit • Decks & Fences • Seamless Eaves • Siding • Metal Cladding

Warren Seeman

421-5706

R. POOLE CONSTRUCTION Randy Poole Specializing In: • Vinyl Siding • Soffit and Fascia • Windows and Doors • Metal Window Cladding .... and much more!

SPRAY POLYURETHANE FOAM INSULATION

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• Zero Ozone Depletion Substance • Ecological Insulation • High R Value per inch • Adds strength and support

• Does not support growth of moulds • Adheres to wood, metal, concrete

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Call 634-2654 to advertise.

Home Inspections LEONARD DREBNICKI CERTIFIED HOME INSPECTOR

CRITICAL HOME INSPECTIONS (306) 421-1180

CUFCA Certied Installers

STAR DRYWALL & INSULATORS LTD. Estevan, SK Phone & Fax (306) 634-3546

Estevan tevan! NEW to EsAIRTIGHT Spray Foam

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Health & Mobility Aids LIFT CHAIRS WALKERS ELECTRIC BEDS AND MUCH MORE

Brent Sauter Cell 306-421-3724 MaryAnn Sauter Cell 306-461-9388 422 - 2nd Street Estevan, Sask b.s@sasktel.net

306-634-8781

Trailblazer Scooter

Now taking bookings for May Call Today

Septic Tank Cleaning

• 13 in. Black Tires • Full Suspension • Deluxe Light Package • 1.2 HP @ 8 MPH • Power Seat or Lge. Batteries OPEN THURS: 12:00 - 8:00 Suite 329 - 12th Ave, Estevan (1st door South of CIBC, CALL: 306-483-2430 formerly Sun Life Bldg) TOLL FREE: 1-800-472-5063

Book This Space

NOW - Continuous Eavestroughing

Home: (306) 634-4247 Cell: (306) 421-0084

24 HOUR / 7 DAYS A WEEK HOT SHOT SERVICE for oileld, commercial & agricultural serving Saskatchewan, Manitoba & Alberta

We also install a CLASS 1 Fire Rated product useable in Oileld applications.

Window Specialists!

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Hot Shot

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Call 634-2654 or email:

adsales@estevanmercury.ca

See the Classifieds online: www.estevanmercury.ca/classifieds


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Contractor Fraud

A: There are several things you can do to make sure a contractor is legitimate, that the work will be done on time and to your satisfaction, and that unpleasant surprises won’t crop up later. Here are a few tips to keep in mind: --Take your time deciding: Unless the repair is an emergency, you have the luxury of getting more than one estimate from more than one contractor. Get at least three quotes before

a representative inspect it for you) before providing the final payment. If a problem crops up during or after the repair job, try to resolve the issue with the contractor first. Reputable contractors will try to make it right. If you can’t resolve the problem or can’t find the contractor, you can lodge a complaint with the BBB or contact your state or city’s consumer protection department. HOME TIP: Word of mouth is still the best way to find a good contractor. Ask neighbors, family and friends if there’s a contractor they can recommend. Send your questions, comments and tips to ask@ thisisahammer.com, or write This Is a Hammer, c/o King Features Weekly Service, P.O. Box 536475, Orlando, FL 32853-6475.

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Q: I’d like to hire a contractor to make some repairs to my garage, but I hear a lot of stories these days about handymen who overcharge, don’t do the work promised or otherwise cheat customers. How can I make sure I get what I pay for? -- Clarence T., Philadelphia

deciding. --Check with the Better Business Bureau to see if any complaints were lodged against the contractor and how the contractor responded to those complaints. --Ask the contractor if you can contact past customers about his work. --Ask for the contractor’s license, as well as proof of workers compensation insurance. --Get everything in writing: A statement of when the work will begin and end, how much materials will cost and what materials will be used, how much labor is involved and what that will cost, whether permits will be required, and whether the work must meet building codes. --Do not allow work to begin until you have signed a contract you both agree on. --Never pay in advance, and do not pay in cash: write a check or use a credit card instead. --Insist on inspecting all work yourself (or have

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Kitchen Helpers/ Short Order Cooks Tower Cafe is looking for 2 cooks for permanent full-time employment

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES

Prepare & cook pizzas, salads, sandwiches as ordered. Set up & stock line to maintain proper levels of ingredients required. Train new staff. Use proper weights & measurements to make/prepare consistent product. Clean equipment & clean line & work area as required. Must be available to work until midnight. $13.00 per hour permanent full time available. Apply in person with resume to

1124 4th Street Estevan

12052SS08

Maintenance Person For more information on the positions below visit

www.cornerstonesd.ca SEIU 53 ASSOC 60 11/12-135

Permanent Full-Time Caretaker Estevan Comprehensive, Estevan, SK Summer Students (2) Estevan and Area Schools, Estevan, SK Grade 9-12 Mechanics/Auto Body Teacher Estevan Comprehensive School, Estevan, Sk

FOOD SERVICE WORKERS We are accepting resumes for part & full time positions. Duties include: Food preparation, stock and inventory, serving customers, some baking, making sandwiches, operate cash register and be able to give proper change as well as general cleaning and equipment maintenance

Starting wage - $11.01/hr. If you are interested in joining our team apply in person with resume or call: Margaret - Subway 517 - 4th Street, Estevan • 634-6616

®

Required for Days Inn & Sussex Arms. Full time hours. Apply in person to: 1305 - 9th St. Estevan, SK. The Town of Lampman and the R.M. of Browning No.34 Recreation Board Is looking to fill the following positions: Seasonal Swimming Pool Staff • 1 Full Time Manager • 2 Full Time Lifeguard/Instructors • 4 Part Time Lifeguards Competitive wages based on experience and training, when sending in resumes, please specify which position you are applying for with a full list of all qualifications. Swimming pool jobs to commence casually approximately May 25, 2012, regular pool hours of operations to start June 1, 2012 to September 2, 2012. Deadline for all positions advertised above is May 18, 2012. Please forward resumes to: Lampman Recreation Office Box 70, Lampman, SK, S0C 1N0 Or email to lampmanrecreation@sasktel.net

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY SEASONAL

EQUIPMENT OPERATOR / MAINTENANCE PERSON Salary negotiable based on experience Wages are competitive and include overtime and full benefit package Position to commence as soon as possible

Please supply qualifications and references Apply with resume by May 11, 2012 to: R.M. of Browning No. 34 Box 40 Lampman, SK S0C 1N0 Phone (306) 487-2444 Fax (306) 487-2496 email: browning.lampman@sasktel.net

TOWER CAFÉ Help wanted for 5 food and beverage servers. Full time permanent employment to serve food, greet customers, present menu and bill. Salary $11.00 per hour. Previous experience preferred but not required. Contact Pete at 634-2220 or apply with resume in person.


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12052AT00

 Progressive based Ground Disturbance Company is seeking an

Has an opening in their

Production Department The Estevan Mercury requires a full time ad builder in their production department for a maternity leave position. Applicants must be able to muti-task in a fast paced, deadline driven environment, He/she must be a team player with an eye for detail. Knowledge of Mac Computers and Adobe Creative Suite is an asset, but we are willing to train the right applicant. The position is Monday to Friday during business hours. Our company offers a health benet package. Please mail or e-mail resume to:

Melanie Tribiger, Production Manager prepress@estevanmercury.ca The Estevan Mercury Box 730 Estevan, SK., S4A 2A6

AREA REPRESENTATIVE & EXPERIENCED LINE LOCATORS In the Estevan, Saskatchewan area.

Company is looking to expand its existence within the area so the representative should have a vast knowledge of the Southern Saskatchewan, line locating and the ability to look after the day to day operations. Company will provide training, competitive wages and great benefits in a drug free environment with opportunities to travel. Must be reliable, motivated and have valid driver’s license. A benefit program is offered which includes medical, dental, life and disability insurance. Standard oilfield tickets are required. When submitting resumes please refer to Competition # LFSASK-03-07 and email to humanresources@linefind.com Fax Resume to: (403)793-2811 For any additional information regarding the company, please see our website at: www.linefind.com

Boundary Dam Mine

CONSTRUCTION LTD.

EXCAVATING, SAND AND GRAVEL • REDI-MIX CONCRETE Glen Peterson Construction, SK leader in aggregate, trucking concrete construction and sewer and water installations, is growing. Immediate openings for: Safety Coordinator: Must have COR safety program and all safety qualications for Sewer and Water, Concrete construction and aggregate operations. Full time position. Fax resume to 634-4643 or phone Tyler at 421-3474 Technical Engineer: 2 years experience. Must be able to run lieca survey equipment. Full time. Wages depend on experience. Fax resume to 634-4643 or phone Tyler at 421-3474 Sewer & Water Labourers, 4 Openings: $15 -$17/hour depending on experience. Phone Tyler at 421-3474 Equipment Operator: Experience in operating loaders, hoes, dozers, and crusher a denite plus. Must be dependable. Full time position. Wage depending on experience. Fax resume to 634-4643 or phone Tyler at 421-3474 Diesel Mechanic: 50-80K depending on experience. Must have tools. Experience in diesel, hydraulics, electrical systems. Welding ability preferred. Fax resume to Tyler 634-4643 or phone 421-3474 Concrete Foreman, 2 Openings: 2 years experience in all phases of concrete work. Wage depending on experience. Fax resume to 634-4643 or phone Sam at 421-1168 Concrete Labourers, 3 Openings: Must have reliable transportation, Wage $15 - $17/hour depending on experience. Fax resume to 634-4643 or phone Sam at 421-1168 Driver, 2 positions: Experience with tandems, belly dumps, loaders, A-Train, and B-Train. 1- licence required. Looking for a long term opportunity? Fax resume to 634-4643 or phone Sam at 421-1168 Concrete Truck Driver, 2 Openings: Must have 3-A Licence, Wage $22 - $24/hour depending on experience. Fax resume to 634-4643 or phone Ken at 4217119 Glen Peterson Construction Ltd. is an equal opportunity employer dedicated to a safe, drug-free workplace. We offer excellent wages and benets, plus overtime, incentives and bonus.

Glen Peterson Construction Ltd. 314 - 6th Street, Estevan, SK S4A-2V7 Ph: 306•634•2741 Fax: 306•634•4643

Sherritt Coal is Canada’s largest thermal coal producer, with nine surface mines in the provinces of Alberta and Saskatchewan. Producing more than 94% of the thermal coal produced in the country, Sherritt currently supplies domestic utilities and international companies with fuel for electricity generation. The Boundary Dam mine is located approximately 15 km SE of Estevan. This open pit mine operates 6 draglines and provides employment to over 400 employees. Boundary Dam Mine has an immediate opening for: Journeyman Heavy Duty Mechanic Position Summary This position would be responsible for the safe repair and maintenance on equipment at the mine working as a team member in the maintenance department. This position is required to work 12 hour shift rotations, days and nights. Qualications: A Journeyman Heavy Duty Mechanic Certicate is required as well as an Interprovincial red seal. Candidates must also possess either a 3A or 1A driver’s license. Previous mining experience would be an asset but not required. Sherritt Coal offers a competitive benets package and wages. Interested candidates should email or fax a resume and cover letter. E-mail: careers.BDMandBFT@sherrittcoal.com Fax: 306-634-7058. Applications may also be submitted in writing to: Human Resources, Sherritt Coal, Boundary Dam Mine, Box 3000, Estevan, SK S4A 2W2 We thank all candidates for their applications, however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

The R.M. of Benson No. 35 requires a

full-time equipment operator until freeze-up, for road repairs, fixing culverts, mowing, rock picking and other miscellaneous duties. State qualifications, hourly wage expected and references. Forward applications by:

June 5, 2012

To Box 69, Benson, Saskatchewan, S0C 0L0 (634-9410) or fax to 634-8804 or rm35@sasktel.net

CAREER OPPORTUNITY Penta Completions requires a

Field Service Tech for our Estevan operation.

Applicants should possess oil well operation knowledge, related industry service experience or technical certicates and practical experience. You should possess good communication skills, organizational, problem-solving skills and be able to work in a team environment. Computer experience would be an asset. Duties to include dynamometer data collection, analysis, optimization, rod string design, sucker rod eld service tech, installation and servicing of oil well automation and variable frequency drives. We offer a competitive salary plus eld bonus & service vehicle. Penta is an industry leader in all aspects of rod pumping sales, applications, analysis and automation. This is an opportunity for the right individual to acquire skills and knowledge to enhance their qualications in technical eld service. Please forward resumes via e-mail, fax or in person. Qualied applicants will be contacted for interviews.

Penta Completions Supply & Services Ltd. 58 Devonian Street P.O. Box 667 Estevan, Sk. S4A 2A6 Attention: Lyle Haukeness Fax: 1-306-634-6989 Email: lhaukeness@pentarods.com


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EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES Join our winning team!

Permanent Full-Time Penta Completions requires a

Warehouse/Yard Assistant

Tri-Alta Oilfield Industries is currently seeking an individual for Full Time Employment. • Position includes shop duties & driving 6-9 days/ month.

for our Estevan operation.

is currently seeking a

• Class 1A an asset but would be willing to have the right person put through the 1A Drivers Course • Benefit Package available

Sales Consultant

Experience in sales an asset, but willing to train the ideal candidate. Individual must have a positive, ambitious attitude. Competitive wages & health benefits available.

Fax resume to: 634-5602

Interested individuals can drop off, email or fax resume, in confidence to: bradp@powerdodge.ca Phone: 634-3221 or Fax: 634-3935 409 Kensington Avenue, Estevan, SK

Big Country Energy Services LP

Kelly Panteluk Construction Ltd. has two

• Wage Negotiable

Class 1A Driver

Duties Include

• Shipping & Receiving • Inventory control • Invoicing • Some on call work is required

Requirements

• Valid Class 5 drivers licence • Computer experience would be an asset • Successful candidate will earn a current WHMIS and TDG certicate

Submit resume including references to: Penta Completions Supply & Services Ltd. 58 Devonian Street P.O. Box 667 Estevan, Sk. S4A 2A6 Fax: 1-306-634-6989 or Email: lhaukeness@pentarods.com

Administrative Assistant

positions available in Estevan, Sk. KPCL is looking for self-motivated, organized, and conscientious people who pay attention to detail and are willing to follow directions accurately. Some office work may be required on jobsites near Estevan.

Responsibility is to load and move heavy equipment to various locations.

We offer competitive wages and an excellent benefit package.

Please drop off resume at: 403 Kensington Avenue or contact: Mike Brasseur at 634-4554 or 461-8111 or Brad Alberts at 634-4554 or 461-8153

Temporary and full time positions are available for local residents. Accounts Payable, Data Entry, Excel and Word experience is necessary. A valid driver’s license is also required. KPCL offers competitive wages, with overtime paid after forty hours per week. Forward your resume, complete with references to: elly@kpcl.sk.ca Attention: Elly Panteluk No phone calls please.

Book Your Career ad today!

Call

634-2654

Bell Medical Aesthetics is looking to hire an energetic and enthusiastic receptionist and patient care coordinator. Our hours of availability would consist mostly of 9-5 pm Monday thru Friday, with the exception of a few evenings until 7 pm. This is a part-time, tempto-hire position, with the goal of the position going full time at some point. Position requires a motivated individual who is capable of learning knowledge of products and procedures and works well in a team environment. Job consists of: • greeting clients into a welcoming environment • scheduling appointment times for clients to maintain a smooth flow of services • filing and organizing paper work • taking payment • being able to educate our clients of the treatments and procedures offered • having product knowledge and understanding of the different lines we carry • basic daily cleaning duties Qualifications: • Demonstrated ability to develop relationships with clients and coworkers • Ability to communicate clear, mature and professional manner with clients and coworkers • Ability to maintain client confidentiality • Ability to work independently while supporting a team environment • Ability to handle and prioritize multiple tasks • Willing to expand your knowledge in the rapidly growing industry of medical aesthetics

Please bring in a detailed resume along with references to: Kim @ Bell Medical Aesthetics 3-419 Kensington, Estevan SK, S4A 2B4 Puzzle on Page 27

No Phone Calls Please

Journeymen Electricians and Apprentices PowerTech Industries Ltd. in Estevan is seeking Journeymen Electricians and Apprentices for work in the Estevan and Carnduff areas. Experience: Safety Certificates are needed. 1st Aid/CPR, H2S. Applicants must have a valid driver’s license. Full benefits packages and RSP plan. Duties: Day to day electrical construction and maintenance in the oilfield. Wage/Salary Info: Depending on experience & qualifications. To Apply: Fax: (306) 637-2181, e-mail sschoff.pti@sasktel.net or drop off resume to 62 Devonian Street, Estevan, SK.


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Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday May 15, 16, 17, & 18, 2012 Hillside Area – Bounded by Souris Avenue and King Street, Spruce Drive and Princess Street Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday May 22, 23, & 24, 2012 Trojan Subdivision, including 9th Street, 8th Street and 7th Street Centennial Park Areas and Soo Industrial Subdivision

PROVINCE OF SASKATCHEWAN

Tax Enforcement List - The City of Estevan

Notice is hereby given under The Tax Enforcement Act that unless the arrears Province Saskatchewan and costs appearing opposite the landof described in the following list are fully paid Notice is hereby given under The Tax Enforcement Act that unless the arrears and costs appearing opposite the land described before the 9th day of July, 2012 a tax lien will be registered in the following list are fully paid before the 9th day of July, 2012 a tax lien will be registeredagainst against the the land. land. Part of Lot Part of Section

Wednesday, Thursday, Friday May 30, 31, June 1, 2012 Area bounded by Souris Avenue, Kensington Avenue and 6th street, Perkins Street, including the Valleyview Subdivision, Jubilee Place and Bay Meadows Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday June 5, 6, 7, 8, 2012 East of Kensington Avenue (within city limits) Museum and Gallery Assistant We are looking for an energetic individual to assist in the day-to-day activities of a museum and art gallery. Tasks will include the setting up and striking of contemporary art exhibitions, cataloging and researching of artifacts and assisting in the design, construction and maintenance of the museum. The successful candidate will provide occasional tours of our art exhibitions and our museum and will work alongside our Educator and Director/Curator. Requirements: • proficient in both Windows and Mac operating systems • proficient in Microsoft Office Suite and Photoshop • able to do light physical labor Assets: • possess a current drivers license • knowledge of/interest in Canadian history and contemporary art • experience working with the public

Education Assistant We are looking for an energetic individual to assist in the development and implementation of educational programming currently offered at the Estevan Art Gallery & Museum. Tasks will include leading gallery and museum school tour groups, organizing senior art workshops, developing and assisting with various art and heritage summer camps, and researching and creating immersive education packages based on our current contemporary art exhibitions and museum exhibitions. The successful candidate will provide occasional tours of our exhibitions and museum and will work alongside the Educator. Requirements: • experience working with the public (specifically children) • must submit to a criminal record check Assets: • programming experience • ability to work independently • possess an active drivers license • enrolled in a post-secondary/tech school education program The position begins on May 18, 2012 and will end on August 25, 2012. Specific hours are negotiable, but it is a 35 hour work week. Wage: $15.00/hr

ESTEVAN MEDICAL GROUP 110 – 1175 Nicholson Road, Estevan S4A 2S7 Phone: (306) 634-2661; FAX (306) 634-8821 • Dr. Jimi Akinsete • Dr. André Grobler • Dr. Mehdi Horri

Blk

Sec.

Twp.

SCHEDULED PASSES

Plan

167 G 136 133 133 154 133 128 26 22 6 28 2 1 403 17 98 75 74 53 216 221 222 503 67 22 36 36 90

Arrears &

Range

Meredian

99SE16042 93R30157 95R57058 86R46879 84R49410 67R41348 86R46879 59A08168 76R51959 63R42566 C4297 D4772 I3279 I3279 68R22717 M4929 C1823 AH4858 AH4858 12675 86R37045 101922960 101999818 101998851 101305729 B4225 A1059 A1059 C3929

Dated this 4th day of May, 2012

Costs

565.55 17,101.05 3,052.72 3,221.77 3,738.27 1,576.56 2,562.33 2,648.31 3,608.70 2,125.64 2,545.87 1,497.37 1,271.40 784.19 2,334.02 1,629.77 1,268.50 908.97 1,154.96 2,078.48 3,337.31 906.98 908.75 3,044.33 2,384.74 1,493.57 2,518.50 2,529.09 1,849.86

Trina Sieben, City Assesor

Dated INFORMATION this 4th day of May, 2012 USE (PUBLIC RELEASE) FOR EXTERNAL

Trina Sieben, City Assessor

SCHEDULED PASSES There will be 2 FOR scheduled passes after the Spring Clean-up. They are outlined as follows, with the dates INFORMATION EXTERNAL USE (PUBLIC RELEASE) Therelisted will beas2 TENTATIVE: scheduled passes after the Spring Clean-up. They are outlined as follows, with the dates listed as TENTATIVE SCHEDULED PASSES

PASS 1

INFORMATION FOR EXTERNAL USE (PUBLIC RELEASE)

They are outlined as follows, AREA with the dates MONTH There will be 2 scheduled WEEKpasses after the Spring Clean-up. 2012 TENTATIVE DATES listed as TENTATIVE: th th MAY 3 May 14 – May 18 NE Corner PASS 1 4 May 22nd – May 25th SE Corner th 5 WEEK May 28DATES – June 1st SW Corner MONTH 2012 TENTATIVE AREA th th May 14June – May 18th– JuneNE8Corner JUNE MAY 13 4th NW Corner nd th JUNE

4 5 1

May 22 – May 25 May 28th – June 1st June 4th – June 8th

SE Corner SW Corner NW Corner

PASS 2 PASS 2

WEEK 2012 TENTATIVE DATES AREA WEEK 2012 TENTATIVEth DATES AREAth th 22 1317th – AugNE17 NE Corner Aug 13Aug – Aug Corner th th Aug 20Aug – Aug 24thth – AugSE24 Corner data: Most Recent Data Files: Ads:C:City Page:2012 :graphics:May 9:City Page Tax enforcement list 200 33 20 SE Corner th st 4 Aug 27 – Aug 31th SW Corner st MEDICAL CLINICS AT ST. JOSEPH’S HOSPITAL th th 41 27 31Corner SW Corner SEPTEMBER Sept 4 Aug – Sept 7 – AugNW PRIMARY HEALTH CARE CENTRE th th SEPTEMBER 1 Sept 4 – Sept 7 NW Corner 1176 Nicholson Road, Estevan S4A 2V6

MEDICAL STAFF IN ESTEVAN MEDICAL CENTRE 137 King Street, Estevan S4A 2T5 Phone: (306) 634-6444; FAX (306) 634-9187 • Dr. Kofi Amu-Darko • Dr. Allison Christie • Dr. Hakan Pehlivan • Dr. Edward Tsoi • Nurse Practitioner – Lois Coffey

Lot

8 1 21 31 19 12 30 G 15 B 3 16 16 20 9 5 2 4 9 5 26 7 10 2 21 25 8 7 20

Friday, Monday, Tuesday May 25 & 28, & 29, 2012 Area bounded by Valley Street and 1st Street, Souris Avenue, 6th Street, Alice Road, including Westview Place

The position begins on May 18, 2012 and will end on August 25, 2012. Specific hours are negotiable, but it is a 35 hour work week. Wage: $15.00/hr.

Total

DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY

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ESTEVAN THE THE ENERGY CITY CITY OF ESTEVAN

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• Dr. Yusuf Kasim – Suite 300 Phone: (306) 637-2770; FAX (306) 2772 • Dr. Sunday Olowu – Suite 400 Phone: (306) 637-2765; FAX (306) 637-2767 • Dr. Charles O. Omosigho – Suite 600 Shalom Medical Clinic Phone: (306) 637-2760; FAX (306) 637-2762 • Dr. Khalid M. Sheikh – Suite 500 Phone: (306) 637-2750; FAX (306) 637-2752

MONTH MONTH AUGUSTAUGUST

NORTH WEST June 4th – June 8th September 4th – September 7th

NORTH WEST June 4th – June 8th September 4th – September 7th

NORTH EAST May 14th – May 18th August 13th – August 17th

SOUTH WEST May 28th – June 1st August 27th – August 31st

CALLING ALL STUDENTS (GRADES 7 – 12) to apply for a

Scholarship in the Arts

(band, drama, dance, photography, etc.). Application form ONLINE - May 11th deadline! Saskatoon Children’s Choir is scheduled to perform on Friday, May 11th at 7:30 pm in St. Paul’s United Church.

WANTED PROGRAM ASSISTANT

Individual to assist with arranging and promoting the council’s programs, grant applications and follow-up reports and be available for media interviews. Part-time position with flexible hours up to 15 hours per week. Program information at www.estevanartscouncil.com Starting salary $16.hour.

Apply, with resume by May 18, 2012 to: Estevan Arts Council 701 Souris Avenue ESTEVAN, SK S4A 2T1

NORTH EAST May 14th – May 18th August 13th – August 17th

SOUTH EAST May 22nd– May 25th August 20th – August 24th

SOUTH WEST May 28th – June 1st August 27th – August 31st

Lifeguards

More than a great paycheck, a career with a difference. Permanent Full Time Positions • Ensure the safety of Aquatic Centre Guests • Instruct lessons for children and adults alike. • Administer First Aid in the event of an emergency • Keep environment clean, and free of hazards.

Enjoy • Great work environment • Continuous learning opportunities • Outstanding benefit package • Working with great people

SOUTH EAST

Requirements May 22nd– May 25th • Current Certification in AugustCross/ 20th – August 24th • National Lifeguarding Services (Bronze Medallion • Assistant Water Safety Instructor/WSI • First Aid/CPR

Apply to: Kelvin Pillipow - Human Resources 1102 Fourth Street, Estevan SK S4A 0W7 Phone: 306-634-1842 Fax: 306-634-9790 Email: hr@estevan.ca

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CITY OF ESTEVAN TENDER

The City of Estevan invites tenders to complete the following works:

The Estevan Police Service would like to remind the residents of the following: According to By-law 2005-1709 regarding animalsThere are several sections regarding this by-law however we would like to highlight a few of them; - No animal is permitted to run at large at any time - A dog barking for a length of time or being a nuisance to other residents is not permitted - If an animal defecates on public/private property, it is the owners responsibility to dispose of it properly All offences could result in a fine ranging from $50.00-$250.00. According to Section 209(6)(a) of the Traffic Safety Act: It is unlawful to disobey a stop sign. Drivers are to come to a complete stop in order to ensure it is safe prior to proceeding. Fine for this offence is a minimum of $230.00. If you have any questions regarding any of these tips, please call the Estevan City Police Service at 634-4767.

Tender ES.01.2012

Milne Crescent South Leg Road Rehabilitation

Tender packages are available at the Legislative Services Business Division – Lower Level – City Hall. For further information regarding this tender please contact Jankit Patel at 634-1818, Fax 636-2199 or e-mail: engtech3@estevan.ca. Interested Contractors are invited to submit sealed envelopes marked with the respective Tender Number to the following by 2:30 PM local time, Thursday, May 17, 2012. Legislative Services Business Division Main Floor – 1102 Fourth Street City of Estevan Estevan, SK S4A 0W7 Public opening of tenders shall take place at 2:30 PM local time, Thursday, May 17, 2012 in the Council Chambers, City Hall, Estevan, Saskatchewan.

Thank you, Cst D STEPHANY #44 Estevan Police Service

The City of Estevan reserves that right to reject any or all tenders, and the lowest tender may not necessarily be accepted.

Construction Bulletin

PUBLIC NOTICE PROPOSED DISCRETIONARY USE

KENSINGTON AND ROONEY ROAD The City of Estevan is undertaking construction for Concrete and Surface Works The affected area includes Rooney Road and Nesbitt Drive and Kensington Avenue intersection. Property access and parking restrictions are to occur. This work will commence April 2, 2012 and will take approximately four (4) weeks to complete (subject to weather) Glen Peterson Construction Ltd and Souris Valley Paving will perform this work within the current Bylaw regulations and specifications. Water Main Replacement The City of Estevan is undertaking concrete work and road works at: Souris Avenue – Seventh Street to King Street The purpose of this work is to provide timely and cost effective replacement of existing cast iron water main with PVC pipe, replacement of existing water and sanitary sewer services from water & sewer main up to the property line and surface restoration. This work would require closure of immediate areas of excavation and may necessitate parking restriction in adjacent areas. This work will commence during the week of April 9, 2012 (from Seventh Street) and will take approximately Four (4) Weeks to complete (subject to weather). Glen Peterson Construction Ltd. will perform this work within the current Bylaw regulations. George Street – Dufferin Avenue to Bannatyne Avenue The purpose of this work is to provide timely and cost effective replacement of existing cast iron water main with PVC pipe, replacement of existing water and sanitary sewer services from water & sewer main up to the property line and surface restoration. This work would require closure of immediate areas of excavation and may necessitate parking restriction in adjacent areas. This work will commence during the week of April 9, 2012 and will take approximately Three (3) to Four (4) Weeks to complete (subject to weather). Glen Peterson Construction Ltd. will perform this work within the current Bylaw regulations. Woodlawn Reservoir The City of Estevan is undertaking construction of a Treated Drinking Water Reservoir. The affected area includes The Woodlawn Avenue Right of Way North of the St. Joseph’s Hospital. This Right of Way is not a though road and no traffic will be allowed in the area that is not involved with the reservoir construction. This work will commence March 5, 2012 and will take approximately ten (10) months to complete.

Ledcor Construction Ltd. and JV&M Constructors Inc will perform this work within the current Bylaw regulations

Public Notice is hereby given that the City of Estevan has received an application for the development of “Secondary suite (basement)” on the following property: Legal Description: Lot 27, Block 169, Reg’d Plan 102070257 Civic Address: 2008 Nicholson Road The above noted property is zoned Residential Low-Density Single Detached Zone (R1) in which the proposed development would be classified as a discretionary use in the district, and is therefore only permitted subject to the approval of City Council. Prior to the application/development being considered any person can review, make written submissions and/or make representation to Council on the proposal. Any such intentions or questions in regard to the development proposal should be directed to Land Development Services, 1102 Fourth Street, Estevan, Saskatchewan, S4A 0W7 [tel 6341862] [email: ebjorge@estevan.ca] on or before the 14th Day of May 2012.

PUBLIC NOTICE PROPOSED DISCRETIONARY USE

Public Notice is hereby given that the City of Estevan has received an application for the development of “Secondary suite (detached)” on the following property: Legal Description: Lot 25, Block 44, Reg’d Plan 12538 Civic Address: 1317 Third Street The above noted property is zoned Commercial Downtown Zone (C1) in which the proposed development would be classified as a discretionary use in the district, and is therefore only permitted subject to the approval of City Council. Prior to the application/development being considered any person can review, make written submissions and/or make representation to Council on the proposal. Any such intentions or questions in regard to the development proposal should be directed to Land Development Services, 1102 Fourth Street, Estevan, Saskatchewan, S4A 0W7 [tel 634-1862] [email: ebjorge@estevan.ca] on or before the 15th Day of May 2012.

PUBLIC NOTICE PROPOSED DISCRETIONARY USE

and specifications.

Public Notice is hereby given that the City of Estevan has received an application for the development of “Dwelling Units” in conjunction with professional offices on the following property:

Safety

Legal Description: Lot 6, Block 44, Reg’d Plan 12538 Civic Address: 1330 4th Street

Construction site could be dangerous. If you have children, please ask them to keep a safe distance from the site. We will take every precaution to ensure public safety, but we need your assistance to constrain the natural curiosity of younger children. Please DO NOT attempt to go close to areas affected. Theft or Vandalism If you see any act of vandalism, theft or anyone suspiciously tampering with equipment, signage or barricades please contact call Police. Questions and Concerns

The above noted property is zoned Commercial Downtown Zone (C1) in which the proposed development would be classified as a discretionary use in the district, and is therefore only permitted subject to the approval of City Council. Prior to the application/development being considered any person can review, make written submissions and/or make representation to Council on the proposal. Any such intentions or questions in regard to the development proposal should be directed to Land Development Services, 1102 Fourth Street, Estevan, Saskatchewan, S4A 0W7 [tel 6341862] [email: ebjorge@estevan.ca] on or before the 14th Day of May 2012.

The City of Estevan, Engineering Services apologize for any inconveniences that this work may cause and thank you in advance

CITY OF ESTEVAN TENDER

for your cooperation and patience. If you have any question or concerns, please call at 634-1818 or approach the supervisor or

The City of Estevan invites tenders to complete the following works:

foreman on site.

Tender ES.02.2012

RCI The City of Estevan and Province of Saskatchewan Rental Construction Incentive Program is now taking applications for funding. The Rental Construction Incentive Program provides a $ 5,000 grant per door for new rental units or conversions of housing to rental units. This $ 5,000 is matched by the City of Estevan through the CANDO Rental Construction Program full property tax abatement for the year of construction and 1st four years after.

Alexandra Ave. Underground and Road Construction Work (King Street- Henry Street)

Tender packages are available at the Legislative Services Business Division – Lower Level – City Hall. For further information regarding this tender please contact Jankit Patel at 634-1818, Fax 636-2199 or e-mail: engtech3@estevan.ca Interested Contractors are invited to submit sealed envelopes marked with the respective Tender Number to the following by 2:30 PM local time, Thursday, May 17, 2012.

To be eligible: - The housing units must be rental and cannot be converted to condos for a minimum of five years - This grant cannot be stacked with other rental grant programs

Legislative Services Business Division Main Floor – 1102 Fourth Street City of Estevan Estevan, SK S4A 0W7

For further information please contact: Jim Puffalt, City Manager 1102 - 4th Street, Estevan, SK, S4A 1Z9 306-634-1802 ~ citymanager@estevan.ca

Public opening of tenders shall take place at 2:30 PM local time, Thursday, May 17, 2012 in the Council Chambers, City Hall, Estevan, Saskatchewan. The City of Estevan reserves that right to reject any or all tenders, and the lowest tender may not necessarily be accepted.

CITY OF ESTEVAN TENDER

The City of Estevan invites tenders to complete the following 2012 Capital Works Projects: Tender ES.10.2012 Estevan Park Lighting • Pathway Lighting and Electrical Distribution Tender packages are available at the Legislative Services Business Division – Main Floor – City Hall. For further information regarding this tender please contact Kiflom Weldeab, City Engineer: 634-1837, Fax: 636-2199, e-mail: city.engineer@estevan.ca

Interested Contractors are invited to submit sealed envelopes marked with the respective Tender Number to the following by 2:30 PM C.S.T., Monday, May 14th, 2012. Legislative Services Business Division ~ Main Floor – 1102 Fourth Street ~ City of Estevan ~ Estevan, SK ~ S4A 0W7 Public opening of tenders shall take place at 2:30 PM C.S.T., Monday, May 14th, 2012 in the Council Chambers, City Hall, Estevan, Saskatchewan. The City of Estevan reserves that right to reject any or all tenders, and the lowest tender may not necessarily be accepted. let’s clean up our community! let’s clean up our community! let’s clean up our community! let’s clean up our community! let’s clean up our community!

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At The Library.....

Mondays & Wednesdays @ 3:00, 3:30 & 4:00 pm – Hello Computer! – Come and get answers to your computer questions in ‘one-on-one’ thirty minute sessions. Bring your own laptop or use a public computer. When registering please indicate what you would like to learn. Tuesday May 15th, @ 2:00, 2:30, 5:30 & 6:00 pm – Enjoy Your e-Reader – Come and get answers to your e-reader questions in ‘one-on-one’ thirty minute sessions. Learn to use your e-reader and download e-books from the library catalogue. Participants must bring their own e-reader. Thursday, May 17th @ 6:30 pm – Cover to Cover Book Club: Sarah’s Key – This month we will be discussing Sarah’s Key by Tatiana De Rosnay. This is a compelling fictional story of the Occupation in Paris which “unlocks the star crossed, heart thumping story of an American journalist in Paris and the 60-year-old secret that could destroy her marriage.” Call 636-1621 to pick up your copy today. New members always welcome! Friday, May 18th @ 10:30 am – Baby Time – Ages 0 to 18 months old & their caregivers. This is a perfect way to welcome baby to the Library! Join us for 30 minutes of interactive songs, rhymes and a short story. We’ll make a special craft then stay and chat with other new parents! Occasional guest speakers will be on hand also! Saturday, May 19th @ 2:00 pm – Victorian Tea Trays For Adults – Victoria Day is approaching! Celebrate your Canadian identity. Come to the library and craft a Victorian tea tray with Mod Podge and unique Victorian images. There will also be a brief multimedia presentation on Victorian society. Tuesday, May 22nd @ 6:00 pm – Common Sense Gardening – Are you curious about gardening? Whether you’re a seasoned gardener or just starting out, you will benefit from a discussion with professional gardener Gerry Fichtemann. Come and get answers to all of your gardening questions! No pre-registration required. Thursday, May 24th @ 5:30 pm – Adult Movie Night: The Boy in the Striped Pajamas (94 minutes - Rated PG-13) – May is Holocaust Remembrance month. Commemorate the occasion by viewing The Boy in the Striped Pajamas. The film is set during World War II, a story seen through the innocent eyes of Bruno, the eight-year-old son of the commandant at a concentration camp. Bruno is forbidden friendship with a Jewish boy on the other side of the camp fence has startling and unexpected consequences. Refreshments will be provided. Call 636-1621 to register. Tuesday, May 29th @ 2:30 pm – Tuesday Afternoon Book Club: the Uncommon Reader – Can’t make it to Cover-to-Cover Book Club Thursday evenings? No problem! To accommodate your busy schedule Jill is hosting a Tuesday afternoon book club focusing on an alternate title. This month we will be discussing The Uncommon Reader by Alan Bennett. Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom becomes obsessed with books after a chance encounter with a mobile library. The story follows the consequences of this obsession for the Queen, her household and advisers, and her constitutional position. Call 636-1621 to pick up your copy today. Thursday, May 31st @ 6:00 pm – What to Read Next? – Unsure what to read next? Jill will introduce you to reader’s advisory databases, focusing on Novelist and Fiction Connection. She will teach you how to select new titles based on your favourite books and authors. Come and learn how to select books you enjoy. Don’t miss out on your next great read! Call 636-1621 to register. Please pre-register for all programs unless otherwise indicated. Call 636-1621. The library will be closed on May 20 & 21.

Getting StARTed at the EAGM Beginner Adult Art Classes

We are currently seeking more board members. If you are interested in joining the EAGM Watercolour Painting Workshop

Whether you have never used watercolours before or are a beginner wanting to hone your skills, this class will introduce you to a variety of techniques. Experience the broad capabilities

of this medium in a day long workshop perfect for those wanting to try something new but not wanting to make a long term commitment. Lunch included. WHEN: Saturday May 26

WHERE: The Estevan Art Gallery & Museum COST: $150 (materials and lunch included)

POLICE CONSTABLE

The Estevan Police Service was established in 1906 and has been built on a tradition of excellence. The City of Estevan has experienced a great deal of growth in the past three years, especially in the energy sector including oil, coal mining and power generation. This growth and economic boom has created several challenges within the City of Estevan including the Police Service. The Estevan Police Service is increasing the size of the Police Service and currently has two vacancies for the position of Constable. The Estevan Police Service has a rigorous application process; however, this process is to ensure that the people we hire to wear the Estevan Police Service uniform are the right people for the job. If you are hired as a new recruit you will enter a rigorous training period of 42 weeks. The first 18 weeks will be at the Saskatchewan Police College in Regina, Saskatchewan where you will receive instruction in criminal law, officer safety, self defence, firearms, report writing and cross cultural training. After graduating from the Police College you will receive a further 24 weeks of field training under the guidance of a Field Training Officer. Experienced members are encouraged to apply. The Estevan Police Service offers an exciting career in law enforcement with excellent benefits and a competitive salary.

GUARD/MATRON

The Estevan Police Service is seeking applications for the position of Guard/Matron. Successful applicants must be honest, trustworthy and able to work independently with little supervision. The Guard/Matron will provide constant observation of persons who are being held in custody. Retired persons are also encouraged to apply. Successful applicants will be on call and will have the right to turn down shifts.

COMMUNICATIONS OFFICER (Dispatcher)

Duties and Responsibilities: The successful candidate will demonstrate excellent interpersonal communication skills. This person will handle incoming telephone calls, general public inquiries and complaints, and will communicate via radio transmissions with members on patrol. Must be able to work independently under stress as well as produce a high degree of accuracy.

To apply or receive further information please see contact information below.

Application packages can be picked up at the Estevan Police Service or mailed out upon request. Please return the completed package with an updated resume in a sealed envelope to:

Estevan Police Service

301-11th Ave., Estevan, Saskatchewan. S4A 1C7 or call 306 634 4767. You can also email: schartrand@estevanpolice.ca or jpierson@estevanpolice.ca Del Block – Chief of Police, Estevan Police Service Only successful candidates will be contacted.

SUPPORT WORKERS NEEDED

Southeast Regional Victim Services is looking for volunteers in the Estevan City Police / Estevan RCMP detachment area to work with victims of crime and traumatic events by providing information, advocacy, support and referral. Victim Services is a policeaffiliated program. The following qualifications are needed: * 18 years of age or older * pass a police security screening and take an oath of confidentiality * sincere interest in and the ability to work with people * successfully complete initial training program and participate in ongoing training and staff meetings

TIME: 10 am - 4 pm

Training is provided free of charge. Funded by Saskatchewan Justice.

Call Karly at 634-7644 for more information or to register.

For further information, please call 634-8040.

INSTRUCTOR: Gerry Oliver

PUBLIC NOTICE

WATER & SEWER UTILITY RATES INCREASED AS OF JANUARY 1, 2012 Property Tax Discount

May

2012 DISCOUNTS

.5%

Tax notices will be sent out in June, once taxes have been levied

Taxpayers are encouraged to take advantage of the pre-payment discount the city offers on 2012 Property Taxes if paid before June. Please note that you will not receive a prepayment notice. If you wish to take advantage of the discount please stop into City Hall or call 634-1812 or 634-1811 to determine what your 2012 discount will be.

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