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Tuttle soaks up Boston Marathon experience By Jordan Baker Of the Southeast Trader Express From the staging area to the start line was about three-quarters of a mile. “You’re walking with your other runners shoulder to shoulder for almost a mile. You see this sea of people going down this hill, and then it turns,” said Ward Tuttle. Walking to the start line of the Boston Marathon was a final moment of anticipatory electricity before the race began, like the slow chug of a roller coaster as it slowly climbs the lift hill before releasing down the first slope in a rush of acceleration. For Tuttle, an Estevanite and investment adviser at RBC Dominion Securities, his experience at the 118th Boston Marathon was an uplifting one he won’t soon forget. “I’d never experienced that. It built that excitement even more, and even the first three miles of the race, you’re just body to body.” Tuttle, who turned 48 over the weekend, ran on April 21 with the roughly 32,000 other marathoners in the men’s race. After leaving their gear at the finish line, they were transported to the start. Runners were organized in four waves of about 9,000 people and those were segmented into between six and nine corrals. Tuttle was a unique case as one of the runners at the marathon who did not qualify. Traditionally, runners qualified based on their age and race time. Tuttle’s age group had a qualifying time of about three hours and 30 minutes, a point he said he wasn’t at for the 26 mile ordeal. “I maybe could run one of those this year, but through an affiliation with John Hancock, who is the main sponsor of the race, I

Ward Tuttle (photo courtesy of marathonfoto.com was able to get an invitation to the race without qualifying,” said Tuttle, who hoped to run a marathon time of about three hours and 45 minutes. “It was tossed out to me as an idea back in September or October, and in November I got the official word I had been accepted into the race.” With the sponsor’s invitation, Tuttle had the winter to train. With the marathon in Regina held in the fall, he had all spring and summer to train. For Boston, he had to train throughout the Prairie winter. Not as amenable to outdoor running, he worked a mix of treadmill training and running at the indoor track at Affinity Place along with outdoor runs when the temperature wasn’t too harsh. “I’ve always run recreationally, and I would have to say I’m still technically a recreational runner. My interest in marathons started later on in life,” he said, noting he started training in 2011 for his first marathon, Regina’s Queen City Marathon in 2012. “I loved it. It was really challenging. I did a few things wrong because I was

a rookie,” Tuttle said with a rueful smile. He didn’t hydrate enough and ran a little too hard in the beginning. “All the textbook things I was told not to do.” He did push his way through and finished the race. Despite the few missteps, it wasn’t a miserable experience but rather an exhilarating one. The actual race involves a complex strategy and in-depth organization for the ultimate test of sticking with the plan. At what miles do you take on hydration, at what point do you add carbohydrates to store for later on and injury management, something Tuttle, much to his disappointment, had to cope with very early on in the race. At Mile 5, the mild case of plantar fasciitis he had been battling flared up. “It reared its head that day. It stopped me from maybe running the race I wanted to, but I still was able to run a pretty comfortable race overall.” Aches, pains and other bothers of the body are to be expected during a marathon, but having begun so early on, while not crippling, prob-

ably affected his race time. “You expect to be sore after mile 18, 19, 20. You expect certain muscles to start to talk back and complain. When something happens in Mile 5, it’s disappointing, but in my mind, I was making certain I could finish the race.” For Tuttle, he just had to manage the discomfort by being more mindful of the area, landing his foot in a slightly different way to make it as comfortable as it could be. With that change, he was able to complete the rest of the race. After running through Boston for four hours and 13 minutes, he crossed the finish line, a little behind his goal of three hours, 45 minutes. “When you enter downtown, which would be a mile and a half out, that’s where you get a tremendous sense of the crowd because the noise with the buildings cascades and it comes right at you. About the last third of a mile, you take a sharp left-hand turn onto Boylston, which is where the finish line is, and once you see the finish line gate, you know it’s happening and you’re so energized.” Supporting him in Boston were his wife Lori Ann and son Jack, who were waiting for him near the finish line. Tuttle ran in the final wave of the day, which largely consisted of runners from last year’s race who weren’t able to finish, following the bombing. “Most of those were in my wave. Having the time ahead to meet with them and talk and hear about what happened to them, that was really quite powerful,” said Tuttle. “Each of those towns threw their own party. That was really neat. The signs on the course were hilarious and supportive,” said Tuttle. “I just felt blessed that I could participate. It was

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We could all do with a little more laughter. If it is as great for us as meditation, we may start devoting portions of our day to hearty guffaws. Laughing is primal and animalistic, something that we all do, but as a physical reaction it isn’t necessarily clear what purpose it serves, like yawning. We laugh when we’re in a good mood or experience something funny, and we do it when we’re uncomfortable. Laughing is a sign of our good mood and is infectious and maybe it’s good for us. Results of a study released at a biology conference in San Diego point out that laughter effects the brain in a way similar to meditation. It’s not exactly news that laughing feels good. We’re generally in excellent moods when we chuckle along with everyone else. But what if laughter actually makes us healthier mentally and physically. Our minds have some astonishing control over our physical well-being after all, so perhaps daily laughter will become the next great thing peddled by all the experts out there who want you to have a better life. In place of exercise or a good night’s sleep, we’ll be advised by doctors to laugh

Jordan Baker Thoughts From My Fingers more. I’m not much for meditation, so I’ll take side splitting if I’m looking to remove a day of stress from my shoulders. We set aside time for all sorts of things in our lives. We sleep at certain times, we make sure we get some amount of exercise each day and we make sure we do something to relax or unwind. At least, those are things we should be making time for, even as they are the first things we sacrifice in favour of work or dealing with family. My grandfather sets an example I’d like to follow. He’s a retired teacher who now has an entire bookshelf devoted to joke books, all of which seem to have wildly original titles like 1,001 Jokes or 1,001 More Jokes. He has carefully scrutinized each book on the shelf and added checkmarks to the majority of jokes, one check signifying the joke is a dud and three checks if it’s great. The ones so hilarious

he can’t get through them without crying get four checkmarks. He reviews them and adds a few to his memory bank before he speaks at an engagement or just invites people over for a drink. It seems a bit much sometimes but he sets aside time to laugh and that’s a noble enough pursuit for me. At the same time as the study suggesting laughter and meditation could be equally important facets of our lives, another study linked laughter to protecting against memory loss in seniors. Doctors say it reduces stress hormones in the brain that damage neurons, aiding in memory. We tend to remember jokes or funny anecdotes, so that isn’t too far-fetched either. Take time to laugh with co-workers because it will help keep you refreshed and may help in problem solving. Laughter is a miracle drug and it’s free, even if sometimes it can be hard to find. Whether laughing will stave off memory loss in your golden years or relieve stress as much as meditation, I urge everyone to laugh more. Find a funny friend to spend more time with, watch a terrible sitcom that inspires giggles or go to a comedy show that comes through town. Whatever it is, keep the laughs coming.

Agriculture to continue move into world of sci-fi

It is always a sure sign of spring when the Spring 4-H Steer and Heifer Show takes place in Yorkton. To start with. I must throw some kudos to the Yorkton Exhibition Association for continuing to sponsor the event. To the credit of the YEA they have never lost sight of the fact agriculture was what brought them into existence decades ago, and while today they sponsor a range of entertainment events, they stay true to their roots through events such as the Spring 4-H Show. In that regard they are not unique, as fair boards across the province and Prairies continue to support agriculture in a variety of ways. The 4-H Show is also a time where an old farm boy like myself can find himself waxing nostalgic about his youth spent taking in livestock shows. Fairs were my summer camps. A trip to the Toronto Royal was a highlight of my formative years. The Canadian Western Agribition, an annual November pilgrimage. But I won’t go that route today. Though the past is something we need to remember, it is the future we should always be aspiring to. The world of agriculture today involves so much science fiction if one

Calvin Daniels Trader Agriculture Columnist were to look at it from the perspective of my youth. The thoughts of genetically modified crops, high clearance sprayers, global positioning technology and robotic machinery controls would not have been believed by any save a few futurists from the perspective of the 1970s. When you analyze the developments we see as commonplace in farming today, the education required by a farmer is as diverse as any other field of endeavour. A farmer, even as we have moved away from mixed operations to more specialized farms, must today have skills that include marketing, computers, robotics, and a number of other skill sets my parents never had to imagine on the farm. So as I walked around the 4-H event I found myself pondering what the young members involved in the show will see happen in farming in the decades ahead. I am coming up on the 40th anniver-

sary of my graduation from high school. Four decades in our age is a massive amount of time in terms of change. We have all heard the statistics about more scientists alive today than in the combined centuries of our past. That means change and massive amounts of it in increasingly shorter spans of time. As mentioned, the last 40 years have seen huge change in farming. We only need to think of a landscape once spotted with wooden elevators, now basically gone, to see a very obvious example of that. Now push the fast forward button on developments for another 40 years, and even someone who loves science fiction cannot imagine what will come in terms of agriculture. Sure, we know there will be more mouths to feed as the world population grows, but what crops and tech farmers will use to meet that reality is unknown, although it will be decidedly different than what is in place today. That will mean those 4-H members who carry their interest forward as either farmers or in the broader field of agriculture will need to be broadly educated and highly adaptive to the changes, which will be a matter of course in the years ahead.

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Regina Riot building women’s football in the province By Jordan Baker of the Southeast Trader Express The Regina Riot went on the road to tour their team around the province and energizing Saskatchewan’s young girls while drumming up interest for both the team and the sport. The club came to Estevan April 26 to run drills at Dana Quewezance Field in Woodlawn Regional Park with a handful of local girls attending the afternoon camp, despite the rain, to get a taste of who the Riot is. Lisa Ziegler, Regina Riot general manager, said with their tour also stopping in Moose Jaw April 13 and Weyburn April 27, they are hoping to grow a strong base of female football players on the Prairies. “Female football in the province right now is growing incredibly, with the Valkyrie in Saskatoon and the Regina Riot, two of the best teams in the league,” said Ziegler. The only losses suffered by either of those teams in the Western Women’s Canadian Football League have been at the hands of the other. Female football has seen about 11 per cent growth in Saskatchewan, including flag and touch along with the tackle sport. “That’s why we’re coming here: to show girls

there is a team for them to go to. When they start to look at universities, we want them to look at the University of Regina and say ‘Oh I can go play football for the Riot.’” She said for young girls looking to get into the sport, Estevan Minor Football is the place to start. The Riot also hold a fall camp, this year in October, where they welcome girls as young as 10 years old to run some drills and get a taste for the game. “Minor football is where it all happens, and if they can stay in minor football, definitely join your high school football teams,” said Ziegler. “Get those girls to keep coming out. When they see they can start playing for the Riot when they’re 16 years old, that’s a motivation to keep staying with that minor program.” This leg of the tour involved two parts to the day, one with skills and the other in full equipment. “We invite the girls to go to each position, so they get a chance to try all the positions and see if something interests them more than the others,” she said, noting football for both men and women has a position for every body type. Throughout the tour, the Riot invited girls in the area to come and practice with the players and see

the speed and calibre of the female game. It didn’t matter if they had played any football before. “There is a girl out here today, there’s only one out of all of them who has played football. I heard that even the boys didn’t want to go up against her in oneon-one drills,” said Ziegler. “Being in Saskatchewan, we’re the home of football, so girls know a little about football. Almost everyone who starts says they know nothing about football, and they’re surprised how much they do know.” She noted many of the basics are the same as soccer or rugby or other sports. The girls attending the camp ran through drills, but what they really got is a sense of what it’s like to be on the field. The cold and the rain that welcomed them on Saturday presented the harshest elements the teams would play in. The difference of football compared to other sports is the size of the team, said Ziegler who said their team has 45 players all competing toward a common goal of winning. “This just shows how big football is. You have 12 coaches out here. We also have a training staff. We have extra volunteers. There’s times when we have close to 90 people on the field. So the girls, when they’re coming out here they get to see what

The Regina Riot stopped in Estevan on Saturday during their tour of the province to promote the team and the opportunities available to young women in football. The group ran drills with a handful of local girls who wanted to see what the Riot was like. it’s like to be part of an organization.” While the competitive nature of the team is important, Ziegler added that being a steward of the community is prized by all Riot members. “Growing the sport for all women is important for us, but it also means we’re out in the community all the time. You’re going to

see us at every event,” she said. Riot players played hockey against the Canadian Special Olympics team and have helped out through flood relief efforts. “Anywhere people are needed and volunteers are needed, you’re going to see the Regina Riot. I think that’s the experience you get. We are part of the community.” The Riot had seven players make the Canadian National team and played at the World Championships in Finland last year. Ziegler said that with the team they have developing now, in three years, they

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OHL hands down 20-game suspension to North Bay’s Baird following incident National TORONTO - The injury list is thinning for Toronto FC. Manager Ryan Nelsen says the only player definitely out for this weekend’s visit by the New England Revolution is midielder Jeremy Hall. Nelsen says England striker Jermain Defoe, centre back Doneil Henry and midfielders Alvaro Rey and Dwayne De Rosario are close to returning although he cautioned it is still early in the week. Star midfielder Michel Bradley, who has been nursing a variety of ailments, is also doing well. Nelsen says it could be the first time in a while that he actually has selection issues rather than injuries making his mind up for him. *** TORONTO - The Ontario Hockey League handed North Bay Battalion right-winger Mike Baird a 20-game suspension Tuesday. The disciplinary action stems from a category one penalty for physical abuse

of an official during a playoff game against the Barrie Colts on April 10. Baird, who was suspended indefinitely after the incident, is ineligible to play in the post-season. The ban includes the six games that the Battalion have played since April 11. North Bay is scheduled to start the opener of its best-of-seven Eastern Conference final on Thursday at Guelph. The series winner will advance to the MasterCard Memorial Cup next month. Baird, a six-foot-two 178-pound native of Cayuga, Ont., had one assist and 27 penalty minutes in 28 games with the Battalion this past season. International In an unusually blunt public warning, a vicepresident of the International Olympic Committee on Tuesday called the delayed preparations for the 2016 Games in Rio de Janeiro “the worst I have experienced.” John Coates, who has made six trips to Brazil

as part of the IOC’s co- construction of stadiums pions will each receive receiving prize money ordination commission for and other infrastructure 1.76 million pounds ($2.9 worth 12.5 per cent more Rio, said the Brazilians are and the overdue delivery of million), a 10 per cent than in 2013. behind “in many, many venues for the World Cup, increase on last year’s top “We’ve placed emways” and are in worse which kicks off in June. prize won by Andy Murray phasis on the large group shape than Greek organizers Two years out from the 2016 and Marion Bartoli. of players who need our were in preparing for the Olympics, the situation on By comparison, this help the most, those players 2004 Olympics. the construction front is just year’s French Open champi- who lose in qualifying and Despite the critical as bleak. ons will receive 1.65 million in the early rounds of the delays, the Australian said *** euros ($2.3 million) while championships,” Wimblethere is no backup plan and LONDON - Total prize Stanislas Wawrinka and Li don chairman Philip Brook the games will take place money for this year’s Wim- Na earned $2.65 million for said. “We also had an eye in Rio. bledon tournament will their wins at the Australian to being competitive interCoates noted that the reach 25 million pounds Open in January. U.S. Open nationally, and we do keep IOC had taken the unprec- ($42 million), an increase organizers have yet to an- our watch on what is going edented step of embedding of 10.8 per cent that will nounce the prize money for on in other tennis events experts in the host city mostly favour the early- this year’s tournament. and in particular the other to help the local organiz- round losers. The main increases at Grand Slams.” ing committee deliver the The All England Club Wimbledon are for the early The grass-court Grand games. said Tuesday that the men’s losers, with players who fail Slam will be played from “The IOC has formed a and women’s singles cham- to get past the third round June 23-July 6. special task force to try and speed up preparations but the situation is critical on the ground,” Coates told an Olympic forum in Sydney, outlining that construction SAFETY TRAINING delays are just part of the MARCH 2014 problem. “The IOC has adopted a more hands-on Sun Mon WedThu Thu Fri Sat Sun Mon Tues Tues Wed Fri Sat role. It is unprecedented forSun Sun Mon 1Fri Tues Wed Thu Fri3 Sat 1 2 Mon Tue Wed Thu Sat 4 the IOC, but there is no plan 1 2 3 4 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 B. We are going to Rio.” H2S Fall Protection Confined Space Lampman Lampman Lampman Brazil has also come 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 under fire from football’s Global Ground H2S 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 14 10 11 12 13 9 15 Global Ground H2S Lampman world governing body, Firstaid Firstaid Cont’Disturbance Global Ground Lampman Lampman Disturbance Lampman Disturbance Lampman FIFA, for long delays in Lampman

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All Courses START @ 8am Sharp......unless otherwise noted. Pre-Registration is required for all courses. Pre-Registration is required for all courses. To Register call Tricia @ 306-487-1550 or Email: tricia.stinson@urs.com We reserve the right to cancel or reschedule course dates due to weather, We reserve thelack right cancel@orCarson reschedule course dates due to weather, registration or other circumstances. Like usofonto Facebook Energy unforeseen Services Safety Training Follow us on Twitteror @cestraining lack of registration other unforeseen circumstances. Cancellation notice is required 2 days in advance, failing to do so will result in a charge. Cancellation notice is required 2 days in advance, failing to do so will result in a charge. To Register call Tricia @ 306-487-1550 or Email: tstinson@flintenergy.com To Register call Tricia @ 306-487-1550 or Email: tstinson@flintenergy.com

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Putting A Face To All The Names Friday, May 2, 2014

Reliving A Career Ray Bourque


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Mermaids

The Estevan Mermaids synchronized swimming team held their showcase at the Estevan Leisure Centre swimming pool on April 26.

Where you can see Sunday

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• Mother’s Day Brunch, 10 am - 1 pm at the Bienfait Legion.

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• Newcomers Social, 2 - 4 pm at the Estevan Public Library

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• Gluten Free Baking 2 - 4 pm at Estevan Public Library

• Season Opener - Estevan Motor Speedway at 3 pm

• Poltava Ukrainian Dance Ensemble in concert, 7 pm at the Estevan Comprehensive School

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• Essential Oils in the Medicine Cabinet 5:30 - 7 pm at Estevan Public Library • Prostate Cancer Meeting, 7:00 pm at St. Joseph’s Hospital

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• Christian Women’s After Five Supper Meeting, 6:30 pm at Living Hope Community Church

• 2014 Saskatchewan High School Rodeo Finals at the Rodeo Grounds • Interview Skills Workshop 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm at the Estevan Public Library

• Opening Day at Souris Valley Museum 9 am - 5 pm

• Estevan Motor Speedway Race, starts at 7 pm

• Estevan Motor Speedway Race, starts at 7 pm • 2014 Saskatchewan High School Rodeo Finals at the Rodeo Grounds • Movie and Munchies 1 pm - 4 pm at the Estevan Public Library


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Putting A Face To All The Names

Awarding Sportsmen

The Estevan Sportsman’s Dinner saw the awarding of several awards for athletes, coaches and a young official during the banquet last week at Affinity Place. Chad Saxon and Jeff Pierson

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Putting A Face To Khadr seeks youth All The Names recognition for prison term National TORONTO - Former Guantanamo Bay detainee Omar Khadr turns to Alberta’s top court Wednesday in hopes of having his eightyear prison term recognized as a youth rather than an adult sentence. While the legal arguments are technical, the consequences are important in terms of how the prison system treats Khadr and for his chances of a speedier release. At issue before Alberta’s Court of Appeal is whether Correctional Service of Canada has correctly interpreted the sentence handed down by an American military commission in 2010 after he pleaded guilty to five war crimes committed as a 15-year-old. The commission — which makes no distinction

Grand Opening

Southeast Newcomer Services held their grand opening on April 23, having moved into their new Sixth Street location effective Jan. 2. The brief ceremony invited local dignitaries and others to hear a little about what the organization offers newcomers to Estevan.

Becky Wock

ing in Luhansk, one of the largest cities in Ukraine’s troubled east. The action on Tuesday further raises tensions in the east, where insurgents have seized control of police stations and other government buildings in at least 10 cities and towns. The demonstrators who stormed the building in Luhansk, like those elsewhere in the east, seek a referendum on granting greater authority to Ukraine’s regions. Eastern Ukraine, with a large Russian-speaking population, was the heartland of support for Viktor Yanukovych, the Russia-friendly president who was ousted in February. An Associated Press photographer said police troops were marshalled outside the seized building in Luhansk.

between youth and adult punishment or between consecutive and concurrent sentences — ordered Khadr jailed for a further eight years. However, in translating the sentence into Canadian terms following his transfer from Guantanamo in September 2012, Canadian authorities placed him in adult custody. Essentially, Khadr’s lawyer argues he is serving a “global” eight-year term for all five offences to which he pleaded guilty. The government argues he is serving five concurrent eight-year terms for each conviction. International LUHANSK, Ukraine Demonstrators demanding more power for Ukraine’s regions have stormed the regional administration build-

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PM appoints election observers OTTAWA - The Harper government has hired two agencies with relatively little experience in elections monitoring to organize hundreds of Canadian observers for next month’s Ukrainian presidential vote. The government has hired the Forum of Federations and CUSO International to replace its longtime Ukraine election partner, the non-governmental organization Canadem. The announcement last week caught veteran election observers, as well as Canadem, off guard. The project will see 338 bilateral, short-term Canadian observers sent to the May 25 vote.

The decision comes two years after internal government assessments recommended Canadem as Ottawa’s only option. The government only began consulting with the Forum and CUSO in recent weeks to begin the recruitment of observers. Canadem has been Canada’s main partner in Ukraine election monitoring since it began sending hundreds of observers to the country starting in 2004. Canada’s assignment of such large numbers of bilateral observers — the Liberals did it first in 2004, and the Conservatives have followed suit — has continued despite internal warnings.

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Engagements FarmforServices LEGAL Engagements ................................. 101 Comm. Buildings Sale/Rent ..... 201 MarriagesAnnivers. ........................................ 102 Offices for Rent ............................... 202 Wedding Feed & Seed Notices103 to Creditors Anniversaries ................................. Shops/Warehouses for Rent .......... 203 Anniversaries Happy Days ..................................... 104 Rolls Storage for Rent/Wanted ............... Hay/Bales for Sale 204 Assessment Misc. Announcements .................... 105 Business Services .......................... 205 Birthdays Certified .................... Seed for Sale Tax Enforcement Prayer Corner ................................. 106 Property Development 206 Announcements Memorial Tributes .......................... ................. 207 Pulse Crops/Grain Tenders107 Business Opportunities Cards of Thanks ............................. 108 Hotels/Motels for Sale ................... 208 Prayer Corner Wanted Notices/Nominations Coming Events ............................... 109 Revenue Properties for Sale .......... 209 InGarage/Yard MemoriamSales .......................... 110 Notices Steel Buildings/ Legal/Public Personals ........................................ 111 Farmland for Sale ........................... 221 Cards of Thanks Granaries Judicial112 SalesFarmland for Rent ........................... 222 Health & Fitness .............................. Coming Events................................... 113 Pastureland ..................................... Lost & Found Farms/Real Estate 223 Houses for Sale Companions/Dating Services ........ 114 Farmland Wanted ............................ 224 Garage Sales ................................. 225 Readings/Astrologers .................... 115 Mineral Apts./Condos for SaleRightsAntiques Memorial Services ............................. 226 Psychics ......................................... 116 Farm Equipment For Sale/Miscellaneous Out of Town Vacation, Travel ............................. 117 Farm Equipment Wanted ................ 227 Personals Furniture 228 Bands, Orchestras ......................... 119 Livestock ......................................... Cabins/Cottages/ Health/Beauty ................................ 229 Child Care Services ....................... 120 Horses/Trailers Musical Instruments Country Homes Child Care Wanted ......................... 121 Seed/Cert. Seed for Sale ................ 230 Lost Sale ......................... 231 for Rent forComputers/Electronics Services Apts./CondosHay/Bales Found Pulse Crops/Grain/Feed Wanted .. 232 Firewood Appliance Repair ............................ 141for Rent Duplexes Cust. Farm Work/Rentals .............. 233 Introduction Services Auctioneers .................................... 142 Steel Buildings/Granaries Sports Equipment .............. 234 Houses for Rent Brick, Masonry ............................... 143 Farm Real Estate Services ............ 235 Readings Farm Produce Building, Contracting .................... 144 Farm Auctions Mobiles/Pads ................................ 236 Psychics Drywalling ....................................... 145 Hunting/Firearms Housesitting Electrical ......................................... 146 Antiques for Sale ............................ 251 Travel Plants/Shrubs/Trees Handyperson ................................... Wanted147 to Rent for Sale .............................. 252 Health Spas ................................ 148 Articles Housecleaning Pets ..................... 253 Furniture/Appliances Rooms for Rent Janitorial ......................................... 149 Musical Instruments ...................... 254 Tickets Wanted to Buy Lawn, Garden Service ................... Room &150 BoardComputers/Printers ........................ 255 Childcare Available .................. 151 Firewood ......................................... Painting, Wallpapering Auctions 256 Shared Accomm. Plumbing ........................................ 152 Food Market .................................... 257 Childcare Wanted Adult Personals Roofing, Siding ............................... 153 Mobile/Mft. Homes Golf/Sporting Goods ....................... 258 Snow Removal ................................ 154 Hobbies/Crafts SERVICES Domestic Cars ............................... 259 for Sale Vacuum Service .............................. 155 Hunting Supplies/Firearms ............ 260 Trucks & Vans Accounting/ Miscellaneous Services ................. 156 Pets Recreational Property & Supplies ............................... 261 Home Renovations ......................... 157 Plants/GardenParts & Accessories 262 ................................. Revenue Property Bookkeeping Hauling & Moving ............................ 158 Wanted to Buy/Swap ...................... 263 Automotive Wanted Garages Appliance Repairs Misc. Auctions ................................ 264 RVs/Campers/Trailers Adult Personals/Services ............... 275 Auctioneers Legal Real Estate Services Notices to Creditors ....................... 161 Boats Cars/Trucks for Sale ...................... 301 Bricklaying Investment Assessment Rolls ........................... 162 Opport. Antique Vehicles ........................... 301a Snowmobiles Tax Enforcement ............................. 163 Building/Contracting Business Opportunities Semi-Trucks/Trailers .................... 301A Tenders ............................................ 164 Motorcycles Cars/Trucks Wanted ...................... 302 Building Hotels/Motels Notices - Supplies Nominations .................... 165 Auto Parts/Accessories ................. 303 ATVs/Dirt Bikes Legal Notices ................................... 166 Drywalling Business Services Motorhomes .................................... 304 Judicial Sales .................................. 167 Trailers Campers/RV'sUtility .................................. 305 Building/Contracting Financial Services Estevan Homes for Sale ................. 171 Boats/Trailers/Motors ..................... 306 Oilfield/Wellsite Equip. Electrical Industrial/Commercial Estevan Homes for Sale/Rent ....... 172 Personal Watercraft ....................... 307 Heavy Equipment 308 Condos/Townhouses ...................... 173 Motorcyles ...................................... Handyperson Storage City Lots for Sale ............................ 174 Snowmobiles/Trailers ..................... 309 Career Opportunities Hauling Space for Boundary Dam Prop. ...................... 175Lease ATV's ................................................ 310 Professional Help Out of City Homes for Sale Office/Retail ............ 176 for Industrial Cleaning Rent Machinery ....................... 311 Apartments for Rent ....................... 177 Utility TrailersOffice/Clerical .................................. 312 Janitorial Warehouses Estevan Homes for Rent ............... 178 Oilfield/Well-Site Equipment .......... 313 Skilled Help Mobile Homes for Rent .................. 179 Landscaping Farms for Wanted to Rent/Buy ....................... 180SaleEmployment Trades Opportunities Help ............ 401 Lawn & Garden Rooms for Rent .............................. 181 Professional Employment ............. 402 Farms/Acreages Room & Board ................................. 182 Office/ClericalSales/Agents .................................. 403 Moving for Rent Shared Accommodations .............. 183 Trades/SkillsGeneral ................................ Employment404 Painting/Wallpaper Out of City Rentals ......................... 184 Sales Consultants ...................... 405 Land/Pastures Mobile Homes for Sale .................. 185 Farm/RanchWork Help Wanted ........................ 406 Renos/Home Mobile Homes Wanted .................... 186 Help WantedDomestic for Rent ............................... 407 Help Wanted Improvement Manufactured Homes ..................... 187 Domestic Help ............................. 408 Mineral Rights Career Training RTM's/Buildings for Sale ............... 188 Roofing Employment Wanted ................. 409 Acreages .......................................... 189 Tutors Farm Implements Career Training .......................... 410 Snow removal Resort Properties ........................... 190

Out of City 191 Instruction, Tutoring Livestock Memorial.................. Donations411 Services forLots Hirefor Sale ................. Garages .......................................... 192 Bookkeeping Services ............... 412 Obituaries & TackClerical/Office Services ............. 413 Vacuum ServicesReal EstateHorses Out of Province ........... 193 Real Estate Services ...................... 194

Obituaries ................................... 501 Memorial Gifts ............................. 502


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USED CARS

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USED TRUCKS/VANS

2014 raM 1500 SLt CreW CaB Red.4,500.kms.......................... $41,995 2013 raM 1500 SXt Q/C Blue.49,000.kms.................................... $24,995 2013 raM 1500 oUtDoorSMaN Q/C 4X4.9,000.kms................. $34,900 2013 DoDge 1500 LaraMIe CreW CaB Air.Suspension,.Loaded,. RAM.Box.......................................................................................... $42,900 2012 raM 1500 LaraMIe Fully.Loaded,.White............................. $39,995 2012 DoDge 1500 CreW CaB LaraMIe 41,000.kms,.Grey....... $39,900 2012 DoDge 1500 SPort CreW CaB Loaded,.30,000.kms....... $35,900 2011 DoDge 1500 CreW CaB LaraMIe White,.55,000.kms..... $34,900 2011 DoDge CreW CaB 80,000.kms,.Silver................................ $33,900 2011 graND CaraVaN.83,000.kms............................................. $18,900 2010 ForD eXPLorer eDDY BaUer Loaded,.61,000.kms.......... SoLD 2009 DoDge SPort 50,000.kms,.Black........................................... SoLD 2009 raM 1500 CUStoMIZeD Black................................................ SoLD 2008 raM 3500 SLt Black,.Loaded................................................ $29,900 2008 DoDge 2500 LaraMIe DIeSeL........................................... $28,995 2006 JeeP CoMMaNDer 68,000.kms.......................................... .$14,995 2005 JeeP graND CHeroKee LIMIteD.................................... $13,995

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HOT TUB (SPA) COVERS. Best Price, Best Quality. All shapes & Colors Available. Call 1-866-652-6837 www.thecoverguy.com/newspaper

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Parts & accessories Wrecking auto-trucks: Parts to fit over 500 trucks. Lots of Dodge, GMC, Ford, imports... We ship anywhere. Lots of Dodge, diesel, 4x4 stuff... Trucks up to 3 tons. Nor th-East Recyclers 780-8750270 (Lloydminster).

Career OppOrtunities

PO Box 46 Site 145 RR1 Brandon, Manitoba R7A 5Y1 Class 1 Drivers Required **$0.47/mile to start** **Paid Can/US border crossings** **Paid loading** **Paid unloading** **Benefits incl. vision, health, dental, disability** **Company matched pension** Contact Tyler P: 204.571.0187 ext. 5 F: 204.571.9363 E: theuchert@ renaissancetrans.ca

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Payment for Classified Advertising Must be Made in Advance

Prepaid Rates: $7.95 per week for up to 20 words Please add 20¢ for each additional word Remember To Add 5% GST! Cash – Cheque – Visa – MasterCard Note: No refunds are issued for Classified Advertising. If you Cancel your Ad before expiry, Credit will be given which may be applied to future advertising. ***

• CHECK YOUR ADS • We will only accept responsibility for errors the first time an ad appears • PLEASE NOTE • Rewording or Changing an Advertisement After it has been Printed in the Paper Requires Payment for a NEW AD – No Credits Are Issued for Ads That Are Changed – • Cancellation of Advertisements • Must be received by Noon Wednesday for the Trader and 4:00 p.m. Friday for the Mercury ****************

EXPRESS SOUTHEAST TRADER

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 ****************

Use the Handy Form Below to Submit Your Advertisement to: The Southeast Trader Express Box 730, Estevan, SK S4A 2A6 or submit your ad through our website at www.estevanmercury.ca Please Select Your Category from the Classified Index A REMINDER … EACH ABBREVIATION Counts as One Word (You don’t save money by abbreviating, You just make your advertisement more difficult to read)

PLEASE PRINT: Name ________________________________________

OWNER OPERATORS REQUIRED Looking for owner operators to haul asphalt oil within MB, SK, AB, and North Dakota. Loaded and empty miles paid equally. Contact Tyler for details 204.571.0187 theuchert@renaissancetrans.ca GM DEALER REQUIRES 3 r d / 4 t h / J o u r n e y m a n Te c h s . GM/Diesel experience an asset. Competitive wages, full benefits. Email resume to: donheeg2003@yahoo.ca or fax to 780-645-3564. Attention: Don. No phone calls please. Smyl Motors, St. Paul, Alberta.

Address _____________________________________ Telephone No. ________________________________ Number of Weeks ______________________________ Amount Enclosed ______________________________ VISA/MC No. _________________________________ Card Expiry Date: ______________________________

YOUR AD

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HOME BUILDING CENTRE, Red Deer Seeking experienced salespeople (contractor desk); also Project Estimator. Building supplies knowledge a must. Wage commensurate with experience. Email resume: rob@executivehbc.com. 1-403-343-6422.

Reporter / Photographer required. Willing to train on the job, must have a valid driver’s license and a reliable vehicle. Full-time or parttime, wages commensurate with experience and education. Gas allowance, group benefits and company pension plan.Send resume to Weyburn Review, Box 400, Weyburn, Sk S4H 2K4, email: dward@weyburnreview.com or fax 306-842-0282.

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Career OppOrtunities

General employment

Sales rep required to sell advertising and special promotions, up to 40 hours per week. Send resume to D. Ward Box 400, Weyburn, Sk S4H 2K4 or email dward@weyburnreview.com.

KFC ESTEVAN, MOOSOMIN, WEYBURN JOB TITLE: FOOD COUNTER ATTENDANT # OF POSITIONS: 4 FULL-TIME per location At KFC, what you do matters. There are 4 Full-time Front Co u n te r A tte n d a n t p o s i t i o n s available at Estevan, Weyburn and Moosomin locations. Duties include:- Taking customer orders; receive payment for food items purchased- Po r t i o n a n d p a ck food for service to patrons- P a c k age take out food- S w e e p a n d mop floors, clear and clean tables -Clean, peel, slice and trim food stuff using manual and electrical appliances- Prepare food such as chicken, fries, sandwiches and salads- W ash work tables, cupboards, appliances, remove trash, unpack and store supplies *We are also accepting Part-Time applications WAGE: $10.75 - $12 per hour depending on experience EDUCATION: Secondary schooling an asset EXPERIENCE: Previous experience an asset but willing to train INTERESTED APPLICANTS CAN APPLY WITH R E S U M E B Y: D R O P O F F : 5 0 6 Park Ave. Moosomin, SK S0G 3N0 44 Sims Ave Weyburn, SK S4H 2H4 Hwy 39 W Estevan, SK S4A 1X7 FAX: (306) 634-8894 E-MAIL: larisemen@sasktel.net CONTACT NAME: LARIE

General employment Derrick Motor Hotel & Lounge at Estevan, SK seeking a Maintenance Carpenter $20.00 - $22.00 F/T. High School Diploma, Min 3 yr exp in building maintenance carpentry. Basic Proficiency in English required. Responsible for building renovation of cabinetry and finishing carpentry for motel accommodations. Must have experience in minor electrical repairs and related activities to building and hotel maintenance. Send your resume to derrickmotorhotel@gmail .com or Fax to 306-634-4878

DRIVERS WANTED AZ, DZ, 5, 3 or 1 with airbrakes: Guaranteed 40 hour work week + overtime, paid travel, lodging, meal allowance, 4 week’s vacation/excellent benefits package. Must be able to have extended stays away from home for three months at a time. Experience Needed: Valid AZ, DZ, 5, 3 or 1 with airbrakes, commercial driving experience. Apply online at www.sperryrail.com under careers, FastTRACK Application.

EDDIES NEIGHBORHOOD BAR & GRILL JOB TITLE: Food & Beverage Ser vers NUMBER OF POSITIONS: 3 F-T positions *We are also accepting Part-Time applications DUTIES:* Greet Patrons, Present menus, make recommendations* Take orders and relay to kitchen/bar* Serve food & beverages (including alcohol)* Clear, clean & set tables* Present bill to patrons & accept payment WAGE: $ 11.00/hour EDUCATION: Some Secondary Schooling preferred, not required EXPERIENCE: Previous experience preferred but not required; Willing to work alternating daytime, evening & weekend INTERESTED APPLICANTS CAN APPLY WITH RESUME BY: DROP OFF: 122 4TH STREET Estevan SK. S4A 0 T 4 F A X : 1- 3 0 6 - 6 3 4 - 8 8 9 4 EMAIL:eddiewebsters@deejayscorp.com CONTACT: James

EDDIES NEIGHBORHOOD BAR & GRILL JOB TITLE: COOKS NUMBER OF POSITIONS: 3 F-T positions DUTIES:* P r e p a r e a n d cook meals for a full menu*Oversee kitchen operations* W o r k w i t h minimal supervision * M onitor supplies* S upervise kitchen helpers *Follow safety and sanitation requirements * E nsure food quality *Clean kitchen and work area SALARY: $12.00/hour depending o n e x p e r i e n c e E D U C AT I O N : Completion of Secondary School Minimum 2-3 years of experience as a cook INTERESTED APPLIC A N T S C A N A P P LY W I T H R E SUME BY: DROP OFF: 122 4TH STREET Estevan SK. S4A 0T4 FAX: 1-306-634-8894 EMAIL: eddiewebsters@deejayscorp.com CONTACT: James

HELP WANTED!! Make up to $1000 A Week Mailing Brochures From Home! Helping Home Workers Since 2001! Genuine Opportunity! NO Experience Required! Start Immediately! www.TheMailingHub.Com

NOW HIRING!!! $28.00/ HOUR. Undercover Shoppers Needed. // $300/DAY Easy Online COMPUTER WORK. // $575/Week ASSEMBLING Products. // $1000/WEEKLY PAID IN ADVANCE!!! MAILING BROCHURES.-PT/FT. Genuine. experience Unnecessary. www.AvailableHelpWanted.com

THIS IS IT DINING INC. JOB TITLE: Food & Beverage Servers NUMBER OF POSITIONS: 2 F-T positions *We are also accepting Part-Time applications DUTIES: * Greet Patrons, Present menus, make recommendations & answer questions regarding menu*Take orders & relay to kitchen and bar staff * R e c o m m e n d w i n e s t h a t complement patron’s meals * S e r ve fo o d & b eve r a g e s *Present bill to patrons & accept payment SALARY: $ 11.00 per hour EXPERIENCE: Previous experience preferred but not required; willing to work alternating daytime, evening & weekend HOW TO APPLY: Send resume by fax, e-mail mail or drop off at: ADDRESS: 314 Railway Ave, Oxbow, SK S0C 2B0 MAIL: P.O. Box 6 7 0 Ca r n d u ff, S K S 0 C 0 S 0 EMAIL: derlee123@hotmail.com CONTACT: Leanne

Career Training LEARN FROM HOME. EARN FROM HOME. Huge demand for CanScribe Medical Transcription graduates. Start your online learning today with CanScribe Career College. www.canscribe.com.1.800.466.1535 info@canscribe.com.

SuiteS For rent RETIREMENT APARTMENTS, ALL INCLUSIVE Meals, transportation, activities daily. Short leases. Monthly Specials! Call 877-210-4130

CHARGED CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING RATES

Businesses/Private Parties placing Classied Advertising (Want Ads) in either The Estevan Mercury or the Southeast Trader Express and requesting these ads to be BILLED TO AN ACCOUNT WILL BE CHARGED THE FOLLOWING RATE: $9.95 for the First 20 Words + 20¢ for Each Additional Word ALL PRICES SUBJECT TO 5% GST Please remember … Each Abbreviation Counts as One Word (You don’t save money by abbreviating, you just make your ad more difcult to read) Web Sites (i.e. www.world.ca) count as three words

Healthy Contribution

Henders Drugs co-owners provided a significant contribution to the Hearthstone Community Campaign, which is raising money for a new nursing home in Estevan. The $25,000 donation was received by campaign president Vern Buck, from co-owner Allen Miller. Co-owner Larry Preddy is pictured with nursing home building chairman Don Kindopp (left) and promotions chairwoman Tania Andrist, pictured on the right.

Equipment Rental

Painting

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• WHEELED & TRACK SKID STEERS • MINI TRACK HOES • PORTA POTTIES • MINI SKID STEER • FLAT DECK TRAILERS FRESH WATER AVAILABLE FOR FRAC WATER, DRILLING RIG, ETC. • 5500LB TELEHANDLER Water hole location 35-1-8 W2 • DOOSAN LOADER • CAR HAuLER TRAILER Ken Mehler Sales & Rentals 306-421-9576 Estevan, SK – 306-634-9955

Contractors R. POOLE CONSTRUCTION Randy Poole Specializing In:

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CITY PAGE

The City of Estevan will be doing maintenance work to ensure good water quality for all users of City water. This work includes the turning of main water valves around the City, and flushing large quantities of water from various hydrants in each area. The water is still safe to use, and if your water appears discolored during the days your area is scheduled for this work (see schedule below), please run a faucet for a few minutes until the water is clear again. If the water remains dirty for a longer period, please contact City Hall at (306) 634 - 1800 to let us know. Thank you for your understanding during this important maintenance!

NOTICE PROPOSED HOUSE RELOCATION Public Notice is hereby given that the City of Estevan has received an application for relocation of a new pre-assembled (RTM) single-detached residential dwelling to the following property: 1) Legal Description: Lot 11, Block 224, Plan 102126563 Civic Address: 377 Matchett Bay The above noted property is zoned Residential Low Density Single-detached Zone in which ‘Singledetached dwelling units’ are permitted uses of the zone subject to compliance with the City’s Preassembled Dwelling Relocation Policy and any applicable Architectural Controls.

CITY OF ESTEVAN – 2014 WATERMAIN FLUSHING SCHEDULE Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday - May 5, 6, & 7, 2014 Area bounded by 6th Street on the North, Valley Street, 1st Street, and Westview Place on the South, Alice Road and Woodlawn Avenue on the West, and Souris Avenue on the East (includes Westview, Central, and downtown regions)

Any requests for information or concerns may be forwarded to Land Development Services at 634-1862, or email: a.nordquist@estevan.ca, on or before the 7th day of May 2014.

Summer Student Positions

Thursday, Friday, Monday - May 8, 9, & 12, 2014 Area bounded by 6th street on the North, McDonald Road and Perkins Street on the South, Souris Avenue on the West, and Kensington Ave on the East (includes the Eastend, Bay Meadows, and Valleyview regions, and Jubilee Place) Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday – May 13, 14, 15, 16, 2014 Area bounded by Kensington on the West, Sawyer Road on the East, North and South City Limits (includes Glen Peterson Industrial Park, East Industrial, Southeast Industrial regions, and properties along Hwy 39E Service Road)

• Education Assistant • Museum Assistant • Curatorial Assistant

May 12th - August 24th, 37 1/2 hours per week, $14/hr Application Deadline April 26th

Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday - May 20, 21, 22, & 23, 2014 Area bounded by King Street on the North, Railroad on the South, 14th Ave on the West, and Kensington on the East (includes 7th Street, 8th Street, 9th Street, Centennial, Trojan, and Soo Industrial regions)

Please send your resume and cover letter to: curator@sourisvalleymuseum.ca or Box 1768, Estevan SK, S4A 1C8 Call 306-634-5543 for more info

Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday - May 26, 27, 28, & 29, 2014 Area bounded by Spruce Drive and Princess Street on the North, King Street on the South, Souris Avenue on the West, and Kensington on the East (includes Hillside and Scotsburn regions)

 

 

Beginner Drawing  

ESTEVAN THE ENERGY CITY

A After   beginner basicAdrawing School   rt  Club  class for kids aged 11 – 17. Instructed by Judy Swallow on April 30th at 7pm. $20/person. Call Karly at 634For  children  aged  7  –  13.    Free  to  attend,  transportation   7644 for more info or to register.

included.    Running  April  29,  30,  May  1  from  3:30  –   5:00pm.    Call  Karly  at  634-­‐7644  for  more  info  or  to   Art and craft class for parents and toddlers. Parents must participate. register.   For ages 18 months and up. May 1, 8, 15 @10am. $5/family. Call   at 634-7644 for more info or to register. Karly The  Pinterest  Challenge   Toddler Time: April 29-June 4oAges Craft  club  for  adults  based  on   projects   found   n   18 months - 3 years. Tuesday or Wednesday @ 10:00-10:30am Pinterest  on  April  24  from  7Stimulate -­‐9pm.  your  $20/person.    Call   child’s imagination and pre-literacy skills Programs are FREE! participating in action songs, crafts and great Karly  at  634-­‐7644  for  more  ibynformation   or  rhymes, to  register.   stories!   Time: Thursday, May 22 @ 10:30am or Monday, Baby May 26 @ 7:00pm. For babies up to 18 months & theirBeginner   caregivers. Drawing   Songs and rhymes, bounces and books! This is a fun, interactive parent-child program that ends with a babyA  beginner  basic  drawing  class  for  kids  aged  11  –  17.     inspired craft or activity. Instructed   y  Judy   Swallow   on  April   308+th(younger  at  7pm.     will need adult Mother’s Day Earringb Craft: Saturday, May 10 @ 4:00-5:00pm. Ages children helper) Personalize a pair of earrings for Mom or someone special and discover just how creative you can be! $20/person.    Call  Karly  at  634-­‐7644  for  more  info  or  to   We will also make gift containers to put them in. register.   Basic Drawing-Cartoon Insects: Monday, May 12 @ 6:30-7:30pm. Ages 6-9. Don’t let anything “bug” you as you   learn to draw cartoon insects using step-by-step instructions. TEEN & ADULT PROGRAMS – FREE! Family   Art  Saturday, May 3rd @ 2:00PM. If you have ever been interested in baking Gluten Free Baking. gluten-free, thiscisraft   for you! Join local & special guest,toddlers.   Katrina Poier  for a demonstration and Art  and   class   for  baker parents   and   Parents   informative afternoon on how to bake without gluten. Space is limited, so registration is required. must   Ages 15+. participate.    For  ages  18  months  and  up.    May  1,  8,   Handmade Monday, May 5th @ rule of Mothers is that 15  @Mother’s 10am.  Day  $Card. 5/family.    Call   K6:00PM. arly  aThe t  6unwritten 34-­‐7644   for   more   if you make it by hand, they have to like it. Come join us & test that theory with guest Melanie info   or   to  raegister.   Hiske as we create beautiful card to give to your favorite female caregiver this year! Ages 13+. Family Art

At The Library...

Registration is required, space is limited. Essential Oils in the Medicine Cabinet. Wednesday, May 7th @ 5:30PM. Even your medicine cabinet needs some Spring Cleaning, and why not do it naturally and toxin-free? Come join special guest Jessica McKenzie for an informative presentation on how to makeover your medicine cabinet using certified pure therapeutic grade essential oils. For ages 15+, no pre-registration required. Hello Computer! Thursday, May 8th and Wednesday, May 28th @ 5:00 or 6:00*. *alternate times can be arranged case-by-case. Computers are complicated, but don’t let them get you down. Come and get answers to your computer questions in 30 minute ‘one-on-one sessions.’ Bring your laptop or use a public computer. To register, please call Krista and indicate what you would like to learn. Mobile Device Advice. Mondays, May 12th & 26th @ 3:00 or 4:00PM. Tablets, e-readers and smart phones – oh my! If you’re feeling a little overwhelmed by your mobile device, we are here to help! Join Krista for a 30 minute ‘one-on-one’ tutoring session on your device. To register, please call and let us know which device you require assistance with.

Call 306-636-1621 for pre-registration unless otherwise indicated.

Friday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday - May 30, June 2, 3, 4 & 5, 2014 Area Bounded by City Cemetery on the North, King Street on the South, Sister Roddy Road on the West (formerly Woodlawn Avenue), and Souris Road (Hwy 47N) on the East (includes Dominion Heights, Pleasantdale, and Royal Heights regions, as well as Cundall Drive, Woodend Place, Chinook Bay and Hwy 47N Service Road)

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

Clerk Steno I

(Casual Position)

SUMMARY: Performs reception, secretarial and clerical services Duties: 1. Receives and records radio, telephone or in-person inquiries responds and/or forwards to appropriate individual for action or response. Provides customer reception services on Lower level of City Hall. 2. Responds to requests for information. 3. Processes documentation, correspondence, reports, minutes, tenders, contracts, toolbox meetings. 4. Processes incoming and outgoing mail. 5. Receives and processes invoices and forwards to Accounts Payable for payment. 6. Processes and schedules plugged sewer work orders, camera inspections and charge outs. 7. Processes and distributes request for Stationary and supplies for all business divisions. 8. Develops and recommends Business Unit procedures. 9. Assists the public and associate staff members with Business Unit records, bylaws, policies and procedures. 10. Assists in the Co-ordination of City sponsored events, social functions and travel arrangements. 11. Processes all clean-up notices and enters data into Clean-up database 12. Enters data into MP2 Program. EXPERIENCE AND ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS 1 year. Minimum typing speed of 50 wpm Send Applications to: Aubrey Agarand, Human Resources 1102-4th Street Estevan, SK S4A 0W7 Ph: (306) 634-1841 F: (306) 634-9790 apply@estevan.ca

WHAT’S HAPPENING AT THE ESTEVAN ARTS COUNCIL?

“promoting the arts in OUR community”

A big thank you to all of the volunteers who dedicate their time to our sports fields, and to those who make a difference in our City by picking litter while out walking.

It is truly appreciated!

STARS FOR SASKATCHEWAN Everything Fitz – May 4, 2014 2:30 pm at Estevan Comprehensive School (Sponsored by Enbridge, Level Best Technology & Power Tech Industries) Everything Fitz is a six piece family band featuring four of Canada’s finest young musicians. Their unique stage show combines a variety of musical styles – everything from traditional jigs and reels, bluegrass, swing, Celtic and gospel as well as novelty numbers and dance routines.

Contact us for more information on our programs

www.estevanartscouncil.com 306-634-3942

A huge THANK YOU to all the Election Workers that helped make the 2014 Municipal Election By-election a Success!

THANK YOU ESTEVAN RESIDENTS FOR COMING OUT TO VOTE! • THANK YOU ESTEVAN RESIDENTS FOR COMING OUT TO VOTE! • THANK YOU ESTEVAN RESIDENTS FOR COMING OUT

THANK YOU ESTEVAN RESIDENTS FOR COMING OUT TO VOTE! • THANK YOU ESTEVAN RESIDENTS FOR COMING OUT TO VOTE! • THANK YOU ESTEVAN RESIDENTS FOR COMING OUT

THANK YOU ESTEVAN RESIDENTS FOR COMING OUT TO VOTE! THANKS

THANK YOU ESTEVAN RESIDENTS FOR COMING OUT TO VOTE! THANKS


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THE TRADER EXPRESS, FRIDAY, MAY 2, 2014

EMPLOYMENT

OPPORTUNITIES

SEARS NOW HIRING New Estevan Sears Owners are looking for full time and part time

Catalogue / Sales Person

(Some weekend work necessary)

Apply in person with resume at 1310 7th Street, Estevan. No phone calls please!

HYDROVACOPERATORS OPERATORS HYDROVAC ANDSWAMPERS SWAMPERS AND • Offering excellent wages

Office Assistant Required in Estevan to fill a one year term. Duties include casework, submitting office expenses, and general office duties. Candidate must be able to work independently, in a confidential environment.

• Offering excellent wages

• Offering excellent wagesavailable •• Excellent benefit package Excellent benefit package available • Excellent benefit available •• Willing to to train if necessary Willing train ifpackage necessary • Willing to train ifasset necessary Safety tickets asset •• Safety tickets an an • Safety tickets an asset Operators must possess class 3A1Adriver’s •• Operators must possess class 3A or • Operators must possess class 3A driver’s license driver’s license license Living with accommodation available •• Working new equipment • Living accommodation available • On-Site living accommodations available For more information call: For moreat:information call:or Trevor 306-483-7777 Trevor at: 306-483-7777 Kim at: 306-483-7722 or Kim at: resume 306-483-7722 Email to: Email resume to: extremeexcavating@hotmail.com extremeexcavating@hotmail.com or fax to: 306-483-2082 or fax to: 306-483-2082

Please forward resume with references to: Box 730 A Estevan, SK S4A 2A6

SRI HOMES’ Estevan Facility SHELTER HOME SYSTEMS

is currently accepting applications for

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

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

EXPRESS SOUTHEAST TRADER

ST. JOSEPH’S HOSPITAL FOUNDATION (ESTEVAN) St. Joseph’s Hospital relies on donations to fund equipment purchases. Your Memorial Gift honours your loved one and makes it possible for our hospital to continue providing quality care for Estevan and area residents. A letter will be sent to the family acknowledging your gift; please include their name and address as well as your own. You will receive an income tax receipt.

Week of April 28, 2014

HYDROVACOPERATORS OPERATORS HYDROVAC ANDSWAMPERS SWAMPERS AND • Offering excellent wages

See

• Offering excellent wages

• Offering excellent wagesavailable •• Excellent benefit package Excellent benefit package available • Excellent benefit available •• Willing to to train if necessary Willing train ifpackage necessary • Willing to train ifasset necessary Safety tickets asset •• Safety tickets an an • Safety tickets an asset • Operators must possess class 3A1Adriver’s • Operators must possess class 3A or • Operators must possess class 3A driver’s license driver’s license license Living with accommodation available •• Working new equipment • Living accommodation available • On-Site living accommodations available For more information call: For moreat:information call:or Trevor 306-483-7777 Trevor at: 306-483-7777 Kim at: 306-483-7722 or Kim at: resume 306-483-7722 Email to: Email resume to: extremeexcavating@hotmail.com extremeexcavating@hotmail.com or fax to: 306-483-2082 or fax to: 306-483-2082

career ads online! www.estevanmercury.ca

Please send your donation to: St. Joseph’s Hospital Foundation Box 5000-203, Estevan, SK S4A 2V6 Phone: 306-6372474 DKing@schr.sk.ca


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EMPLOYMENT

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OPPORTUNITIES CWC IS LOOKING FOR A COMPLETE CREW FOR STEADY WORK Rig Manager ~ Driller ~ Derrickhand ~ Floorhands EXPERIENCE Rig Manager must have a minimum of 5 years experience

REQUIREMENTS

H2S Alive Standard First Aid Valid Class 5 Driver’s License with Airbrakes High School Education

BENEFITS

RRSP Program Cash Bonuses Dental & Medical Coverage Short-Term & Long -Term Disability Life Insurance

14045TT00

Canyon Technical Services is a leader in the oilfield service industry, providing customized fracturing and pressure pumping solutions to oil and gas producers across the Western Canadian Sedimentary Basin. At Canyon, our employees are ‘Champions’, dedicated to fulfilling our Vision of “improving the industry one job at a time” - our ‘Champions’ have made Canyon one of the most sought-after providers in our industry. If you are looking for a career within a leading organization that promotes Integrity, Relationships, Innovation and Success, then Canyon is looking for you! Canyon is preparing for an extremely busy 2014/2015 and are looking for qualified employees.

WE’RE EXPANDING OVER BREAKUP! We have the right customers We have the right jobs We have the right equipment Are YOU the right fit?

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Ask abou t ou r Ne Star wH ter K ire it it in $$ in c lude your s pock et!

Experienced Class 1 Driver / Operators - Coiled Tubing Experienced Class 1 Driver / Operators - Cement & Acid Supervisors—Cement & Acid Why Canyon?

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Paid technical and leadership training Career advancement opportunities RRSP matching program

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Premium compensation package New Equipment 15/6 Schedule

To apply for the above positions, in confidence, please email or fax your resume and a copy of a current drivers abstract. We thank all applicants; however only those selected for an initial interview will be contacted.

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The TRADER CLASSIFIEDS! Phone 306-634-2654 Today!

How to apply:

online: canyontech.ca/careers fax: 888 249 3895


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THE TRADER EXPRESS, FRIDAY, MAY 2, 2014

Thank You Redi-mix concRete

conSt. Ltd.

glen Peterson redi-mix has surpassed the

onemillion

yard mark!

Since its inception in 1962 our concrete plant has poured over a million yards of concrete.

To thank the community who has supported us & helped us reach this milestone we are giving away

30

yards of concrete!!

Approximate value of $

5,000

enter to win by e-mailing name and contact information to: construction@glenpeterson.ca Draw will be made May 30.

a special thanks to all our customers who have contributed to our success.

• CSA approved concrete • Computerized plant • Machine formed curbs & sidewalks • Demolitions • Sand & Gravel • Site Preparations • Excavations • Water & sewer 1 million yards Fun Facts of concrete will:

• Make 3,700 miles of 4’ wide sidewalk • Make 30,000 1,600 sq. ft. basement foundations • 50,000 average size drive ways • 6,500 miles of curbs

Concrete Division

(306)

Main Office - 314 6th Street

634-5224

construction@glenpeterson.ca

Building our community for over 75 years


Southeast Trader Express