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A new trade show directed solely at women is about to open with its very first ladies’ night. It is being organized by a group of women who own businesses in and around Estevan, and was initiated by Jennifer Melanson, who remembers ladies’ night events in Provost where she used to live. While this is meant to be a great night out for women, the evening will also feature a trade show of products geared toward women, and many will be directed particularly at brides. The Estevan Ladies Night and Bridal Show is going to be coming to Spectra Place for the first time, but the organizers hope the event will be an annual one. “There should be something in the area to promote women’s business, and I wanted it to be not for profit,” said Melanson. It’s also a fundraiser for the Breast Cancer Society and will be held on Oct. 29 at the end of Breast Cancer Awareness Month. After announcing the event would support breast cancer research, Melanson has received numerous letters from women, some of whom are her age, with their stories of breast cancer. It was a bit of an eye-opener for Melanson hearing from women of her age with breast cancer. Reading those letters, she said “tugged at my heart a little bit.” She has been interested in organizing a ladies’ night ever since being part

of one that happened in Provost. Here the evening will include a trade show, which she is organizing. The fashion show, she said, “is a whole big monster by itself,” and is being put together by Joyce Wallin and other women in the community who have clothing stores. Wallin hasn’t organized a fashion show since her time in college, but said she is very excited to see the show finally get going next weekend. Some members of the Estevan Bruins SJHL team will be featured on the catwalk during the show, and others will be dressed in formal garb mingling around the women. Wallin said that while the Bruins will be showing off the masculine clothing lines, the majority of the outfits will be geared towards bridal gowns and grad dresses, with all the clothing supplied by local stores. Wallin is glad there

is finally going to be a show by women, for women. “I’m excited. It’s an awesome idea,” she said, adding that there has been a bit of a learning curve for the group who is organizing this event for the first time. The general consensus though, is that they want to follow up the show with a second one next year. The trade show is meant to fill a gap Melanson felt there was in the community, with a lack of shows that focused on catering to women. The setup for the trade show is expected to bring in as many vendors as Showcase, and she hopes there are somewhere between 75 and 100 exhibitors. Ladies’ night is the first, but hopefully not the last to be held in the city, and Melanson hopes this event is something that will return for years to come. She and the rest of the organizing team have been

working on this event since May, but those five months have gone much faster than expected for planning an event of this magnitude. “It’s happening very quickly. It’s not that long of a time to put something like this together.” Brian Zinchuk will emcee the night and Carol Cundall will be the guest speaker. Melanson loves bringing a show exclusively for women to Estevan, but added that being able to raise money for breast cancer is “icing on the cake.” The show will have hundreds of raffle prizes and $5,000 in diamonds to give away, as well as a 50/50 draw. Tickets are available at many businesses in Estevan. Check out event posters for a complete list of where tickets are available. Doors open at 3 p.m. on Oct. 29, for the event that runs until 1 a.m.

ARIES (March 21 to April 19) Mars, your ruling planet, begins a journey that will open up a growing number of possibilities. Put that surging Arian energy to good use and explore it to your heart’s content. TAURUS (April 20 to May 20) This is the time to prepare for a career move coming up next month. Update your resume. Get those proposals in shape. And don’t forget to buff up that Bovine self-confidence. GEMINI (May 21 to June 20) Your Gemini instincts will guide you to the right people who might be able to help you get over that career impasse that has been holding you back. Expect to make changes. CANCER (June 21 to July 22) You’re getting closer, but you still have a ways to go before reaching your goals. Continue to stay focused, no matter how difficult it can be for the easily distracted Moon Child.

LEO (July 23 to August 22) Your Leonine pride might be keeping you from getting to the source of a disturbing situation. Don’t be shy about asking questions. Remember: Information is power. VIRGO (August 23 to September 22) It’s a good time to shake up your tidy little world by doing something spontaneous, like taking an unplanned trip or going on a mad shopping spree. LIBRA (September 23 to October 22) This is a good week to get advice on your plans. But don’t act on them until you feel sure that you’ve been told everything you need to know to support your move. SCORPIO (October 23 to November 21) Be careful. You might be probing just a little too deeply into a situation that you find singularly suspicious. The facts you seek will begin to emerge at a later time. SAGITTARIUS (November 22 to December 21) This is a good week to make new friends and to look for new career challenges.

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Now that British Columbia has added Family Day to its repertoire of public holidays, it is tied with Saskatchewan for the province with the most holidays in Canada. Before moving here, I had no idea that Saskatchewan was alone at the top of the provinces for holiday time, and while Nunavut also has 10, it’s a territory. After a little digging, I found that Saskatchewan may be top dog in the country, but when it comes to the top countries in the world, the province still has a little catching up to do. Canada’s provinces are still behind in stat-holiday time compared to many other countries. China and Egypt both have 16 public holidays. Saskatchewan has 10, five of which are provincial. The province will really need to pull up its socks and do some creative thinking if it wants to get that number up to a more respectable 16. It can’t be that hard to add six holidays. Boxing Day is already unofficially recognized in most parts of province, so that’s an easy one to put on the books. And the province doesn’t have to do this all on its own. There has been a movement to make St. Patrick’s Day a national holiday for some time. If the feds mandate that day, there’s one less the province has to deal with. That’s a versatile holiday too. You can change the name to Green Day, and it will

Jordan Baker Thoughts From My Fingers appease the environmental buffs while finding a cause both the Protestants and Catholics can work together on. There might be a band that has that named trademarked already though, so we might have to think on that title some more. I am honestly shocked there isn’t already an officially recognized Roughrider Day, but I’d say it’s about time the province gets on that one. Just three more to go. Maybe we could institute a throw-back holiday to those people who thought the summer solstice was so important, they moved a bunch of rocks into a formation at Stonehenge (unless you think aliens did that). Summer solstice, spring and fall equinoxes could all use a little recognition. People used to fall all over themselves when these astronomical occurrences appeared. I even awoke one morning and found that a roommate had placed a “Happy Spring Equinox” note on my door. He was clearly

psyched about it, so maybe that’s something we can all get into. Spring Equinox would be the best to take the day off though, because both summer and fall are close to other holidays and winter is pretty well covered by Christmas. Another popular holiday in other parts of the world, and one that actually took me by surprise and left me stranded in a European city one day, is May Day. The first of May is technically Europe’s Labour Day, which we already have, but if Saskatchewan just sticks to calling it May Day, then we can get away with celebrating both. Finally, the province could institute a holiday in June. There is no holiday in that month yet. There are plenty of excuses we can use to get a June day off and match the Chinese and Egyptians on stat holidays. It could be June 16 recognizing Bloomsday, for the James Joyce buffs out there. I would suggest just making Father’s Day a stat, but that wouldn’t be fair to all the mothers. We could take off D-Day or do something called J-Day, for the June day we decide to make a mandatory holiday. Whatever it takes to get us on top. I’m sure you all have some extra holiday ideas too, so I know if we work together we can turn Saskatchewan into the holiday hotspot of the world.

Change comes with the good and the bad The other day I attended a meeting with an agricultural theme, and as is often the case, I had some discussions on industry issues before the event actually started. It was at that point when I mentioned that with some 22 years as a farm journalist, many of the issues have remained the same; the pros and cons of the Canadian Wheat Board, the need for value-added farm processing on the Prairies and greater diversification on the farm. The fate of the Canadian Wheat Board seems to be sealed as the federal government has announced its intention to have the single-desk selling system gone by Aug. 1, 2012. When discussing the impact of a change like the dismantling of the CWB, it often has participants reflecting on the loss of the so-called Crow Rate, the subsidy farmers used to receive on rail shipping costs. When the Crow went, it was supposed to create a massive growth in value-added processing because there would be a benefit in selling into a local market rather than shipping to an export position. There are certainly examples of successes and failures in terms of value-added processing. There is a vibrant canola crushing sector on the Prairies and an equally strong oat processing sector. Both were likely made more viable when

Calvin Daniels Trader Agriculture Columnist the Crow was eliminated. But the list of failed efforts is every bit as long. A plant at Kelvington to make snack foods from pea flower, a strawboard plant at Kamsack and flax fibre processor at Canora are three examples all within about a 100-kilometre circle that failed. You can add the alfalfa dehydrating sector to the list as well. It was once a vibrant sector before the loss of the Crow. Perhaps on a larger scale, the glaring failure has been the hog sector. The loss of the Crow was one of a long list of positives that made the hog sector seem like a natural for the Prairies, and in particular Saskatchewan. The reality has been barns in financial red ink, the loss of processing facilities, and an industry that has gone from Cinderella to scullery maid.

And with both the successes and failures, farmers are still having to export massive amounts of grains and that means relying on elevators and rail. However those elevators have rationalized, as have the railways, and the result is farmers are using roads to haul grain further. The costs for road construction and maintenance that the rationalizations have caused is one of those things that would be difficult to peg, but they are obviously significant. As elevators and rail lines have disappeared, and farm trucks hit the roads for ever longer hauls, small towns have continued to die as well. Not all the rationalization or the failures are the result of the Crow change, nor are the successes solely because of that either. But the truth is, the costs and benefits that have resulted from the Crow are not crystal clear, nor easy to quantify. That is going to be the same with whatever comes in terms of grain marketing after Aug. 1, 2012. The issue of value-added processing will continue, as it remains good in theory, if not often enough in reality. And the CWB may disappear in 10 months, but the discussion will continue as time passes, allowing for history to finally determine if the change was brilliant or folly.

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Dorm of horrors I just returned from my weekend trip to St. Charles, Missouri, during which I visited friends, partied illegally and ate way too much at my old university. And now that I’m back, I have to say I have a new appreciation for my situation in Regina. Not saying that Lindenwood isn’t a terrifi c school. They built a new, gigantic building on campus last year, so there are now two cafeterias and something like seven gymnasiums for student use. The classes are super easy. The weather is really nice. The campus is gorgeous. Really, it’s a great place. It’s just that I couldn’t imagine living in a dorm again. Now, I fully support living in a dorm during your first year of university. It’s the best way to make new friends and to get established at school. Or at least it’s a great way to find people to eat meals with, especially if your only source of food is a cafeteria. It’s just that after a year living in an apart-

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ment, I can’t imagine living around so many people and so much, well, hair. At Lindenwood, the best on-campus living situation is sharing a room with one other person, and a bathroom with a pair of suite-mates. That means four young women sharing two sinks, one bath tub/ shower and one toilet. On paper, this doesn’t sound too awful. But on paper, girls can co-exist happily and everyone wants to clean the shower and scrub the toilet and take out the trash. This is not real life, folks. Staying with my friend Alex, I was treated to a bathroom shared by four girls, two of whom are from South America and are blessed with long, dark hair that falls out at a shocking rate. So. Much. Hair. Everywhere. It was actually impossible to set my toothbrush down on the

counter without it picking up half a dozen strands, or getting caked in make-up, because there was make-up on every single surface. Another nice note was that each girl had shampoo, conditioner and body wash in the shower, leaving very little room for anything else, including me. I knocked over each bottle at least once, and Alex said she enjoyed listening to me swear and curse throughout my showers while I toppled each Herbal Essence bottle in sight. The garbage can was over-flowing and it seemed that both parties believed that it was the other’s turn to take it out. So they were involved in a tough waiting game and I was caught in the middle and severely grossed out. Plus all the yelling and late-night drunken stumbling/crying involved with piling 50 girls in a hallway together. It’s horrifying.

I feel so much safer at home, here in Regina, in my apartment, where my roommate and I regularly vacuum, and we both seem to understand the garbage is just better taken out. This is so much nicer. Tonaya apologizes for not submitting a column last week. Her mid-mid-life crisis hit an all-time high and she was unable to do much more than attend class and try not to scream at inanimate objects. She promises to work harder now that she is 20 and an adult. She also would like readers to know that she isn’t offended they didn’t send her birthday gifts, because her sisters didn’t either. Contact Tonaya at tonaya.marr@gmail.com, or follow her on twitter @ tellemarr.

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provides the Nicholson Centre to accommodate their larger groups. “It’s a lot of fun and the kids have a great time. We get lots of repeats,” said Gudmundson. Fall also means the startup of other classes and sessions organized by the Arts Council. She noted there are other youth classes for pottery coming up, as well as adult pottery classes. There are a number of other classes for both children and adults beginning in October and November. More information can be found on the Arts Council website. There are still spots available for those who want to register for the youth art day camp that is intended for those aged 6-12. You can register by calling the Estevan Arts Council at 634-3942 or by going to their website at www.estevanartscouncil. com

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The Estevan Arts Council’s day camps are back this fall to promote both art and action. That’s what Linda Gudmundson calls the camps, with the first one set for Oct. 17 and 18. The art and action camps are all about getting young people interested in the arts and encouraging them to maintain an active lifestyle. The two-day camps take the participants from the library to the craft room and then to the pool after lunch, so the attendees receive a lesson in the camp’s theme, a chance to get their hands busy on a day’s art project and some fun and exercise. The theme for the first camp this fall is Halloween, so Gudmundson, the Estevan Arts Council vicepresident, expects there will be a lesson about the origins or traditions of the special day, followed by a project that is inspired by the last day in October. The camps are very hands on and give the participants lots of opportunity to be creative. “They produce lots of art in those few days,” she said. “A lot of it is crafts that they can take home.”

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What began as an Occupy Wall Street protest in New York City, has developed into a movement all across

North America. Protesting is an important part of a democratic society. It’s the people’s one chance to really be heard by the powers that run our countries, outside of an election, but I don’t think a politician has ever paid much attention to my vote. The Occupy protests are about the poor majority who feel the system is being gamed by the rich few in order to keep the middle class poor and get the wealthy, wealthier. Some of that is because a lot of government money is going toward multi-billion dollar companies instead of going into social programs that benefit those in need of programming. I love listening to Warren Buffet, who pays into the United States tax system, talk about the problems with taxation right now. Buffet is one of the most well-known billionaires on the planet and he has been very outspoken in the last few years about all the benefits he gets as a billionaire that I don’t get as a bottom-feeding leech. He says he should absolutely be paying more taxes than his maid but doesn’t. Jon Stewart quipped that his maid is probably a millionaire anyway. Buffet has provided some insight into the ways the uber-wealthy can get around paying taxes and in some cases don’t pay any tax back into the system, and that has in turn made him my favourite billionaire, were I to have such a thing. The Occupy protests were inspired by the Arab Spring, in which a number of dictators were thrown down by mostly peaceful protesters. While there seems to be some swift change coming in those countries, I think that was because they really cared about what they wanted. I would love to see the Occupy protesters be successful in initiating some change, but I don’t think these marches are the beginning of any kind of large-scale change unless people stick it out. They will have to protest for months, maybe even years, before anybody in power really pays any attention, and let’s face it, these people are not rich and will have to go back to their jobs so they can continue getting by. Many of the wealthy elite may say that being poor is a choice, and they’re completely right. I chose to be a reporter, fully aware that the pay scale is just below that of a slave. They chose to be CEOs, so why don’t we all just be CEOs? Then everybody would be rich and happy, and no streets would require occupying.

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The Occupy protests are awesome, and I will definitely be participating in Occupy Regina, which is taking place

this weekend. If you’re still reading, it means 1) you haven’t written me off as a hippie; 2) you’ve written me off as a hippie but will continue to read this until you find my e-mail address or a way to contact me and give me a piece of your mind; or 3) you possibly agree with me, or are at least interested in the notion. To continue, the Occupy Wall Street protest isn’t against the people who work at Wall Street, at least not how I understand it. It’s a movement meant to draw attention to that fact that our middle class is disappearing, and the wealthy are just getting wealthier – at the expense of everyone else. The protests want to get the attention of the media and the public and make them aware of the problem, which I’ve heard described as “trickle down economics.” They want the government to step up and stop giving the wealthy stupidly huge tax breaks. They want jobs to stay in the country, rather than being moved to other countries. They want the middle class back. Personally, this all sounds great to me. I’m only two years away from graduating into a world where I’m pretty sure I’ll never be able to afford a home, where jobs are scarce, and where my (potential) offspring (seriously, potential) may grow up without music programs in their schools because of cuts to government spending. If these protests have even the slightest chance of creating change in this world and giving my generation an opportunity to move out of our parents’ houses, then I’m all for it. I’m not saying we need to spread the wealth around evenly; I’m not a socialist. I’m just saying it’s unfair that the rich, the tiny one per cent of the population with all of our wealth, seem to be getting richer at our expense. I don’t understand why they’re exempt of some taxes that the rest of the population is forced to bear. And I guess a part of me wants to believe in the good of the human race, in which there aren’t hundreds of people who are happy to watch millions of other struggle to survive each day. I want to believe that we care about one another and are willing to help one another out when we can. So I’ll be Occupying Regina tomorrow. Call me a communist if you want, but I want something better than this.

Well friends, I hope your Thanksgiving was fun and full of faith, family and friends and, of course, yummy food. It’s such a wonderful time of year and Thanksgiving gives us the opportunity to pause and to express our gratitude, whether it be publicly while sitting around our tables, or silently as we give up prayers for the year behind us and the one we look towards. Whatever the case may be, I love that we allow ourselves and our families a time to reflect with grateful hearts. Fall is such a beautiful time of year. The fashion is fabulous and the food is heart warming. Fall also seems to bring people together around the table, with ease. Whether it’s Crock-pot(r) meals, fondues or a warm hearty soup with crusty bread, we all seem to gravitate towards the kitchen and what’s cooking. As promised I wanted to share some of our favourite family room recipes. The two I have chosen are two of the most downloaded recipes from our website and I promise, they are very more(ish) meaning, your family will request them again. And in many cases, they may even become favourites in your homes as they have in families around the globe. Here goes: Spicy Lentils 1 tablespoon olive oil 1 large brown onion, chopped 1 clove of garlic, crushed 1 tablespoon Madras curry paste

Welcome to Real Life 1 teaspoon cumin seeds 1 cup red lentils, rinsed and drained 400g can diced tomatoes 2 cups(375 ml) chicken stock 2 tablespoons chopped fresh coriander leaves Method: Heat oil in a large saucepan; cook onion and garlic, stirring until onion is soft. Add paste and seeds. Cook, stirring until fragrant. Stir in lentils, undrained chopped tomatoes, stock and coriander; simmer, covered, stirring occasionally, about 25 minutes or until lentils are tender and most of the liquid is absorbed. Serve this with a bowl of brown or white rice or Naan Bread (you can buy at Superstore). This dish keeps well so is perfect for leftovers or school lunches. Autumn Classic with a Twist 1 Vienna Bread Loaf 8 slices of cheddar cheese or shaved Parmesan Bolognese sauce - use your favourite version (my version below) Bolognese Sauce - My Version 1 tbsp. olive oil 1 brown onion 600g beef mince 1 tsp. minced garlic 1 can diced tomatoes 1/2 cup tomato paste 1 handful fresh parsley 1/2 handful fresh basil

1/2 cup good red wine Salt and pepper to taste Method: 1. Heat olive oil in the pan and sauté onions. 2. Add the mince until browned. 3. Add all other ingredients until a rich sauce evolves; add a little water if needed. 4. Let simmer for 20 or so minutes. 5. Slice Vienna loaf in half horizontally and remove the excess bread from each. 2. Pour your readymade Bolognese sauce into the empty loaves. 3. Lay your cheese of choice on top of each loaf and place in a moderate oven until the cheese is golden and sizzling. 4. Once out of the oven, cut the loaves into thick slices and serve with a simple green salad. Tips: 1. Bolognese sauce can be made a day before or even weeks before and frozen. 2. Try to make a thicker sauce than usual to prevent it from oversoaking the bread. 3. Don’t be tempted to eat the superfluous bread, pop it in the freezer for a breadcrumb mix at a later date. For more tasty, tried and true recipes that are health and budget friendly, check out www.susanjsohn.com/thefamilyroom. All of our recipes are tested on our own families and friends and have been accepted from tasters ranging in age from two to 82. Enjoy!

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Keep top general and defence minister in their Challengers Brian Zinchuk From the Top of the Pile more than $2.9-million in flights on the Challenger planes in the past four years. “No other Tory politician aside from Stephen Harper has accumulated as much time on the VIP jets since Mr. MacKay took over the Defence portfolio in the late summer of 2007. Not former foreign affairs minister Lawrence Cannon or Ottawa’s jet-setting finance minister, Jim Flaherty, who frequently travels abroad for economic meetings.” The perception here is that using expensive gov-

ernment-owned and operated military planes is a bad thing. Nothing could be further from the truth. As I see it, I do not ever want to see the chief of defence staff, defence minister, or prime minister for that matter, on a commercial aircraft. They are all individual top-tier targets of terrorists and foreign military powers, which means any civilians on an aircraft with them are also targets. The “jet-setting finance minister,” may be important, but he does not make command and control

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utes. There have been several attempts since then to pull off similar attacks - from the London group who wanted to take down airliners over the Atlantic, to the shoe-bomber and underwear-bomber. What happens if one of these fast moving, multipronged attacks happens again? Strike that - not if, but when? These men, Natynczyk, McKay and Harper, need to be reachable at any given time to answer the question: “Do we shoot that hijacked plane down?” They need to be able to divert at a moment’s notice to any airfield available to carry out their command and control mission, on the ground, without having to deal with a few hundred civilians also on board. They need sophisticated, encrypted communication hardware beyond just cellphones. And

they need it at all times. You sure wouldn’t see this nonsense south of the border suggesting the U.S. president, secretary of defense, or top general should be flying commercial. So get off your high horse, Globe and Mail, and start putting security ahead of dollars. These are Canadianbuilt jets, flown by Canadian Forces pilots who need their flight time to stay current. Whether it’s an international conference or fly-fishing in Newfoundland, these are the only aircraft our top-tier military commanders should be in. Canada is a big boy on the world stage, and a named terrorist target. We need to act like it. - Brian Zinchuk is editor of Pipeline News. He can be reached at brian.zinchuk@ sasktel.net

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On Oct. 7, the Globe and Mail carried yet another story about the supposed overuse of Canada’s executive government aircraft. It’s enough to make my skin crawl. The media has taken to flailing both Chief of Defence Staff Walter Natynczyk and Defence Minister MacKay for their use of these expensive executive aircraft. The Globe points out: “The VIP Challenger jets are back in the spotlight after it was revealed that Gen. Natynczyk used the planes 21 times in recent years to attend Forces-related pro sports events, fundraisers and - in one case - a family holiday in St. Martin. Then, a Globe investigation found that Mr. MacKay outranked almost all his cabinet colleagues when it comes to using federal government executive jets, racking up

Filling: 5 apples or about 4 cups when peeled and sliced 1 cup frozen blackberries, thawed slightly 1 cup granulated sugar 1 tablespoon flour Juice from one lemon Topping: 1 cup all-purpose flour 2 cups quick oats 2/3 cup granulated sugar 1 tablespoon brown sugar 1/2 teaspoon cinnamon Pinch of salt 1/2 cup melted butter 1. To make the crisp, peel the apples. If your children are skilled at using a vegetable peeler, make peeling the apples a game. Start at the stem, and peel in a spiral motion. Try to make the longest strip without breaking it. If your kids are competitive, they’ll have the apples peeled in no time! 2. Cut the peeled apples into 1/4-inch slices. While you are at it, for a surprise, cut an apple in half widthwise to reveal a star design in the middle. Place the slices in a large bowl.

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Supreme Court hears Sask. human rights case Provincial PRINCE ALBERT, Sask. - Saskatchewan is temporarily suspending the CEO of a northern health region over allegations of financial irregularities. The Health Ministry says Vince Robillard is stepping down pending the outcome of the probe into the Athabasca Health Authority. The ministry says the investigation will be independent, but hasn’t released who will lead it or the nature of the allegations. Jacquie Messer-Lepage, a ministry spokeswoman, says the government decided to take action after receiving a complaint from someone in the community. She says suspending a person during such an investigation is not unusual. *** REGINA - Some office buildings in downtown Regina were evacuated as a precaution because of a natural gas leak on Sept. 6. Dave Burdeniuk with SaskEnergy says it appears the gas leak was caused

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tralia’s famous bird of the same name, was written more than 70 years ago by Australian teacher Marion Sinclair for a Girl Guides competition. The song went on to become a favourite around campfires from New Zealand to Canada. The wildly popular “Down Under” remains an unofficial anthem for Australia. Sinclair died in 1988, but publishing company Larrikin Music — which now holds the copyright for “Kookaburra” — filed a copyright lawsuit in 2009. *** AMSTERDAM - A young orca whale rescued last year off the Netherlands’ northern coast is heading to a Spanish zoo and amusement park. Two months ago a court blocked plans to move the killer whale, called Morgan, after an appeal by an animal rights coalition that drew up a plan to gradually reintroduce her to the wild. The Harderwijk Dolphinarium where she has been kept had sought to transfer her to Loro Parque on the island of Tenerife.

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Kings poised for NHL crown It has been 44 years since the National Hockey League went Hollywood with its first expansion in 1967, but Los Angeles has yet to celebrate a Stanley Cup victory. That’s about to change. This is the Kings’ year. Coach Terry Murray and his Kings were poised for a great 2011-12 season with all-stars at every position, but a summertime trade that brought them Mike Richards from the Philadelphia Flyers was the cherry on top. L.A. had to give up prized prospect Brayden Schenn in that deal, along with second-line forward Wayne Simmonds, a 14-goal man last year, but Richards was one of two major oars that propelled the Flyers’ canoe last year. The other one, Jeff Carter, was also discarded, sent to the Columbus Blue Jackets. Richards has scored 112 goals and 283 points in his last four seasons and joins an offensive unit in L.A. that 29 other coaches in the league would give their mint condition Bobby Orr rookie cards to have. He joins the likes of Anze Kopitar, Justin Williams, Dustin Brown and free agent signee Simon Gagne to give Murray an embarrassment of riches when it comes to power play options. D u s t i n P e n n e r, a 20-plus-goal man on four occasions and still in his prime at 29, and 20-goal scorer Jarret Stoll will almost be afterthoughts on this juggernaut. Leading the defence are arguably two of the best five young defencemen in the game - Drew Doughty and Jack Johnson. Quick and Bernier, the goaltending Jonathans, give the Kings a solid one-two punch in the net. “We feel we can compete for the Stanley Cup, and that’s what we’re preparing for,” defenceman Willie Mitchell told NBC Sports. “The big thing is when

war on litter in London for the 2012 Olympics with new garbage cans that say thank you or sing when rubbish is put in. Call it trash talking.” • A groaner from Currie: “Police in London, Ont., have charged a man for the banana-throwing incident at an NHL preseason game. The accused will face a heavy fine with no chance of a peel.” • Tampa Bay Rays marketing slogan from sportspickle.com: “Of Tampa Bay’s three pro teams, we deserve to be ignored the least.” • So, Marlins closer Leo Nuñez was pitching under an assumed name and was a year older than advertised? “Teammates called him ‘Nuney,’” noted Greg Cote of The Miami Herald. “His nickname should have been Leo the Lyin.’” • Scott Ostler of the San Francisco Chronicle, on his area’s two NFL coaches revealing little to the press: “(Hue) Jackson (Oakland) typically presents a happier face to the media and public than does (Jim) Harbaugh (49ers), but with both men, there’s usually as much meat in what they say to the outside world as there is in jailhouse stew.” • Question asked by an Indianapolis Colts fan of Washington Post sports columnist Norman Chad: “If Peyton Manning is out for the season and the Colts go 0-16, will he win his fifth MVP?” • Janice Hough, of leftcoastsportsbabe.com: “So in the end, what was the difference between the Red Sox and the Yankees? About a week.” • Another one from Hough: “The Tampa Bay Rays became the first team eliminated with the baseball playoffs. When asked their reaction, most sports fans in Tampa responded “We have a baseball team?” Care to comment? Email brucepenton2003@yahoo.ca

Bruce Penton Sports Columnist your general manager and the ownership goes out and makes the moves and spends the money that they did, it’s a vote of confidence in us as a group to say that they think we’re ready.” The Kings made the playoffs last year by a mere three points, but were only seven points out of second place in the Western Conference. This year they appear to be ready to make the leap to Stanley Cup contender, joining the likes of Vancouver, Pittsburgh, Washington, Boston, Detroit and San Jose. “We have a good team - on paper,” said Murray. “But we have to work at our system. If we do that, we have a shot at what we all play the game for - the Stanley Cup.” And next June, the biggest blockbuster hit in Hollywood could be Stanley himself, on parade down Wilshire Boulevard. • Comedy writer Alex Kaseberg: “The Dallas Cowboys lost to the New York Jets, 27-24, due to two last-minute turnovers by Cowboy QB, Tony Romo. Romo hasn’t choked that bad since he was dating Jessica Simpson and she asked if her jeans made her butt look big.” • Groaner of the week: “If he coached in Canada,” mused Bob Molinaro of the Norfolk Virginian-Pilot, “LSU coach Les Miles would be known as Fewer Kilometres.” • Comedy writer Jim Barach: “A study says that football players who cry after a game have higher self esteem than those who don’t. Which is finally some good news for the St. Louis Rams.” • RJ Currie of sportsdeke.com: “Britain is waging

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Rider streak looks to come to an end There was a time I thought the Roughriders would never make the playoffs. It began in 1999, my first season as voice of the Riders, and continued through the 2001 season, a period of three years. The franchise seemed doomed and going back to 1998, the team missed the playoff for four straight years. That seemed like an eternity, so I can imagine the 11-year streak the franchise endured up until 1988. Fast forward to now, and

Hamilton and thus would finish third in the East. It’s not the most-desired way to extend their season, but we’ll take it. B.C. has done it twice in their league-leading long stretch. Sadly it also appears that no matter how this playoff thing turns out, the franchise’s streak of having no losing seasons since 2002 is in serious jeopardy. So why am I pointing this out? Because it appears things have been allowed to slide. They’re not just start-

Rod Pedersen Rider Insider I never thought the franchise would MISS the playoffs! Their current streak of reaching the post-season has gone on for nine seasons. Only the B.C. Lions’ streak is longer (dating back to 1996). But “the streak” is in serious

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was literally rotting to death. James Garfield is one of our least-known presidents, serving just four months in office. The tragic story of what happened between the shooting at the train station and his death at a Jersey Shore cottage on Sept. 19, 1881, is one of the most underreported events in our country’s history. Candice Millard, author of the bestseller “The River of Doubt,” has written an account that blends science, medicine and politics in a crime story that grabs tight and doesn’t let go until the very last page. She does more, however, than just revisit a presidential shooting as she reveals how Garfield overcame the almost crushing poverty of his childhood through hard work and determination, eventually becoming our 20th president. The murder of Garfield created a crucial turning point in our nation’s history, and Millard’s account of how this event galvanized our country and changed it forever is a must-read story. (c) 2011 King Features Synd., Inc.


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Golfer wins body weight in ham Provincial REGINA - The Edmonton Eskimos don’t mind winning an ugly game now and then, especially when it gets them into the post-season. Jerome Messam scored the game’s lone touchdown as the Eskimos secured a playoff spot and a share of first place in the CFL’s West Division with a 17-1 victory over the Saskatchewan Roughriders on Monday. The Riders have been outscored 99-9 in their last three games. The Eskimos, who snapped a three-game losing streak at home, improved to 8-6 on the season, moving into a tie for first with both the B.C. Lions and the Calgary Stampeders.

to becoming the all-time passing leader in the Canadian Football League, Montreal Alouettes quarterback Anthony Calvillo can only look at his career and think: “Wow.” The 18-year veteran made history in spectacular fashion on Sunday when his 50-yard toss and run touchdown to Jemal Richardson clinched a 29-19 victory over the Toronto Argonauts. Calvillo went into the game needing 258 yards to break Damon Allen’s all-time record of 72,381 yards. It took until the final play of the third quarter to eclipse it when he made the short toss to Richardson and saw his favourite receiver break a tackle and take it in for the touchdown.

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International MADRID - Scottish golfer Elliott Saltman hit a hole-in-one during his second round at the

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Justin helps Bill help Hope evade Liam Logan.

THE BOLD AND THE BEAUTIFUL Eric planned a surprise dinner to celebrate Stephanie’s extended remission from her lung cancer. Brooke and Taylor continued to fight over which of their daughters was more suitable for Liam. Justin helped Bill concoct a plan to keep Hope off Liam’s trail. Katie demanded to know the real reason why Bill was so fixated on his son’s love life. Eric confronted Stephanie about their lack of intimacy. Steffy worried that Taylor wouldn’t approve of what happened in Aspen. Wait to See: Bridget returns with baby

D AY S O F O U R LIVES Jennifer felt conflicted over her feelings for both Jack and Daniel. Marlena refused to grant John a divorce, insisting that she stand by him as he goes to trial. Abigail told Jack to take a hike after he forbade her from seeing Chad. Melanie grew despondent while helping Maggie plan her wedding. Kate bragged to Madison that she outbid her on the Japanese distribution deal. Austin had photographic evidence of John supposedly faking his paralysis. Meanwhile, John continued to have unexplainable flashbacks. Jennifer admitted to Daniel that she still loved Jack. Wait to See: Marlena and Stefano have a showdown. GENERAL HOSPITAL Sonny nearly shot Kate after she walked in

on him while sleeping. Olivia and Steve ended up hurting themselves while getting to know each other. Patrick surprised Robin with a whirlwind birthday celebration. Luke inter-

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ONE LIFE TO LIVE Rex asked Delphina to send him back in time so that he could prevent Gigi’s death. Blair pleaded with Jack to tell the truth about his father’s murder. Aubrey was furious to learn that Cutter never turned in the gun to the police. Rama was determined to get the money Kim stole from her. Nate apologized to Dani for starring in an adult film, hoping that she would forgive him. Blair wanted Shane arrested for threatening her son with a gun. Rex and Shane shared an emotional talk. Kim’s friend in the hospital bed began to wake up. Wait PHOTO: "Kate"

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The Council of the City of Estevan, pursuant to Section 207 of the Planning and Development Act, 2007, gives notice of its intention to amend Zoning Bylaw #2010-1834 & the corresponding Zoning Map as hereinafter provided: 1. Consideration is being given to amend the Zoning Bylaw Map by rezoning the following property as described below: a) Lot 1, Block 18, Registered Plan I3279 [738 Henry Street], [encompassing +-0.055 of a hectare] Estevan, Saskatchewan located within the Southwest Quarter Section 26, Township 2, Range 8, West of the Second Meridian, to be rezoned from the existing Residential Low Density Single - Detached (R1) Zone to the Residential Low-Density Mix Zone (R2); Reason: Rezoning is being undertaken to support redevelopment of the property for a new Semi-detached (2 unit) Residential development

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The amending Bylaw (#2011-1866) may be inspected by any person at the Legislative Services Business Division, City Hall, 1102 4th Street, Estevan, Saskatchewan, between the hours of 8:00 am - 4:30 pm Monday to Friday. City Council, at it’s meeting to be held on Monday, November 14, 2011, at 7:30 pm in the Council Chambers, City Hall, 1102 Fourth Street, Estevan, Saskatchewan will hear any person(s) wishing to be heard with respect to the proposed zoning bylaw and will further consider any written submissions respecting the proposed zoning amendment, provided such intentions and/or submissions are received by the City Clerk’s OfÀce, Legislative Services, City Hall, 1102 Fourth Street, Estevan, Saskatchewan, S4A 0W7 no later than 12:00 pm on Wednesday, November 9, 2011. Dated at the City of Estevan this 4th Day of October, 2011.

The Annual General Meeting for Estevan Kidsport will be held on Wednesday, November 2 at 5:30 pm in the Spectra Place lounge. Anyone interested is invited to attend. The Estevan Kidsport Committee is in need of volunteers to sit on the committee. Please call Garth at 634-1883 for more information.

KEEP IT CLEAN CAMPAIGN

KEEP IT CLEAN CAMPAIGN The Keep It Clean Campaign is a Community Pride Program to keep our city clean all year and thanks are extendedto all who have participated so far in 2011. We appreciate your support. The City will complete a City Wide Pick up from October 24 to 28, 2011. Please have only the following items out by Monday October 24 at 8 AM near current garbage pick-up location. There will be NO CALL BACKS. Only the following will be picked up: • bags of leaves & garden waste • bundled branches less than 4’ long and 6� in diameter • old garbage stands • old garbage cans (mark with a big red X if you want it removed) FREE WEEKEND AT THE LANDFILL: OCTOBER 29&30, 2011 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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City of Estevan PUBLIC NOTICE


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ESTEVAN THE ENERGY CITY Construction BULLETIN… Water Main Replacement The City of Estevan is undertaking replacement of Water Main at:              Souris Avenue – Seventh Street to King Street

CONSTRUCTION BULLETIN DOMINION HEIGHTS SUBDIVISION – PHASE II The City of Estevan is undertaking construction for the Earthwork, Underground & Surface Works to provide development of residential lots in this area. The affected area includes the portion of Nicholson Road, north of Wellock Road and Tedford Way. The proposed construction area is shown within the bold line. At different times, Tedford Way will be closed during the construction for the construction of the underground and surface works. The contractor will provide adequate notiÀcation when limited direct property access and parking restrictions are to occur.

Start Up & Completion dates are unknown due to inclement weather. Glen Peterson Construction Ltd. will perform this work within the current Bylaw regulations and speciÀcations. Safety 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 of open excavation. Theft or Vandalism If you see any act of vandalism, theft or anyone suspiciously tampering with equipment, signage or barricades please contact 421-3474, the Site Foreman or after hours call Police. Questions and Concerns The City of Estevan, Engineering Services apologize for any inconveniences that this work may cause and thank you in advance for your cooperation and patience. If you have any question or concerns, please call at 634-1818 or approach the supervisor or foreman on site.

WHAT’S HAPPENING at the ESTEVAN ARTS COUNCIL?

Our popular DAY CAMP is back! October 17 & 18 (Monday & Tuesday) will be a fun-Àlled time for 6-12 year old children. Halloween type crafts, gym time and a romp in the pool make up each day which goes from 10:00 – 3:30 pm. Fee includes supplies, pool and lunch. Visual Arts also offer classes/workshops for all ages - For Kids: Child/Parent Clay Workshop; Exploring with Clay, Art & Action Day Camp (Oct 17/18). For Teens/Adults: Drawing, Jewellery Creations and Pottery! Visual Arts committee CALL ALL ARTISTS to the upcoming ADJUDICATED ART SHOW in November 2011. Registration deadline: October 21st. Join us for three truly interactive tales based on stories by Hans Christian Andersen, featuring live music, incredible masks, physical comedy, improvisation and good old-fashioned troll trouble when Koncerts for Kids with Sponsor, Dayman Trucking, present THE TROLLSONS on Tuesday, October 25th – 7:00 pm – Westview School. Tickets at the Door or Advance at Henders Drugs. Energy City Film Circuit – Scheduling happening for another great season – watch for details Stars for Saskatchewan‘s next performance is January 21st at St. Paul’s United Church when they present Canadian musicians, Sharon Wei and Angela Park who have captivated audiences around the world with their unique interpretations of the viola and piano repertoire from Bach to newer selections. For further information, visit www.estevanartscouncil.com or call the ofÀce 634-3942

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 police-afÀliated program. The following qualiÀcations are needed: * 18 years of age or older * pass a police security screening and take an oath of conÀdentiality * sincere interest in and the ability to work with people * successfully complete initial training program and participate in ongoing training and staff meetings Training is provided free of charge. Funded by Saskatchewan Justice. For further information, please call 634-8040.

If you see any burned out street lights in the City, please report them to SaskPower by going on-line to www.saskpower.com and under the heading “I want to:”, select “report a burned out street light.”

Position: 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. 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: Chief of Police Estevan Police Service, 301-11th Ave., Estevan SK S4A 1C7 Only successful candidates will be contacted.

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 August 22, 2011 (from Seventh Street) and will take approximately Eight (8) to Ten (10) Weeks to complete (subject to weather). Glen Peterson Construction Ltd. will perform this work within the current Bylaw regulations.   Temporary Water Supply Temporary Supply of Water shall be made during the construction through the water tap outside the house during the week of August 22, 2010 (from Seventh Street). This may require crew to enter inside the house to complete the connection. This temporary supply may be connected up to 8 weeks. During this time water pressure may vary, however should not adversely affect appliances that use water. Interruption of water supply may result in some pockets and sediments enter in the plumbing. We advise that when water service is restored, please let each tap in house run for about 30 seconds or until water runs clear. Hot water may require running long enough to completely exchange water in the water heater. The City or the contractor shall not assume any responsibility of damage caused to any appliances such as washer, dishwasher etc, for being connected to temporary water supply. Please see attached advisory from the province on temporary water connections. Safety 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 of open excavation.   Theft or Vandalism If you see any act of vandalism, theft or anyone suspiciously tampering with equipment, signage or barricades please contact 421-3474, the Site Foreman or after hours call Police. Questions and Concerns The City of Estevan, Engineering Services apologizes for any inconveniences that this work may cause and thank you in advance for your cooperation and patience. If you have any question or concerns, please call at 634-1818 or approach the supervisor or foreman on site. 2011 Capital Works Project The City of Estevan is undertaking intersection improvement at: Kensington Avenue and Rooney Road/Nesbitt Drive The General scope of proposed works includes: Development of right turning lanes on all four corners of intersection, construction of new curb and gutter, road structure and asphalt pavement, Installation of stub for storm drainage on North East corner of intersection, site restoration and cleaning and traffic control ensuring the safety of public during construction and necessary adjustments will be done on Kensington Avenue and Rooney Road/Nesbitt Drive Intersection. Once construction begins, every effort will be made to minimize inconveniences. This work will commence during the week of August 22, 2011 and will take approximately Eight (8) to Ten (10) Weeks to complete (subject to weather). Glen Peterson Construction Ltd. and Souris Valley Paving will perform this work within the current Bylaw regulations. Safety 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 of open excavation. Theft or Vandalism If you see any act of vandalism, theft or anyone suspiciously tampering with equipment, signage or barricades please contact 421-1952, the Site Foreman or after hours call Police. Questions and Concerns The City of Estevan, Engineering Services apologizes for any inconveniences that this work may cause and thank you in advance for your cooperation and patience. If you have any question or concerns, please call at 634-1818 or approach the supervisor or foreman on site.

At The Library..... October 17 – 22 - Saskatchewan Library Week “Read Local” Oct 13,14,15: Semi-Annual Book Sale. During library hours. Hardcovers, paperbacks, magazines and more. Oct 20 – Cover to Cover Book Club @ 6:30pm. This month we will be reading Inconceivable by Carolyn and Sean Savage. A medical mistake, the baby they couldn’t keep and giving him up to deliver the ultimate gift is written by the couple who lived it. Oct 22 – Cecile Wehrman Author Reading @ 1:30pm. Cecile will read from The Brother’s Krimm: The Bank Robber and the Hero. This true crime novel tells about the spree of a serial bank bandit, including a bank robbery in Weyburn, SK. Refreshments will be served and copies of the book will be available for purchase. Oct 26 - You are what you eat @ 7:00pm. Want a jump start on avoiding the winter blah’s? Clinical Dietitian, Vee Souriyavong will be at the library to share tips on how to stay healthy during our cold, long winters. Discussion will focus on a well balanced diet based on Canada’s Food guide, super foods, vitamin mineral supplementation, physical activity and so much more. Everyone welcome, call 636-1620 to register. October 28 – Halloween Craft: Ghost & Jack-o-lantern Luminaries @ 4:00pm. Make a spooky ghost luminary for your walkway out of a milk jug. Using a glass jar, make a lit up jack-o-lantern to go along with it!

PUBLIC NOTICE CITY RESIDENTIAL LOTS FOR SALE ‘DOMINION HEIGHTS SUBDIVISION-PHASE 2’ The City of Estevan made available for purchase a total of 24 Residential Single-Detached (R1 Zoned) lots located in the new phase of the Dominion Heights Subdivision. 4 lots available. All prospective purchasers will be required to execute an option to purchase agreement prepared by the City, accompanied by the payment of a deposit amount. An information package outlining Parcel prices, sizes, and the terms of purchase may be obtained by contacting the Land Development Services Division, 1102 Fourth Street, Estevan, Saskatchewan, (306) 6341821 or rdenys@estevan.ca All sales will be on a Àrst come/Àrst serve basis commencing at 9:00am, Tuesday September 6, 2011. Lot sales shall be restricted to one per customer.

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11B053 - Crusader #2 .............................................. PBEN Fertile Hz......................................... 4B14-11-1A9-10-6-30 11B078 - Crusader #1 ..............................................Tundra Antler Hz ..........................................1A8-24-4C4-24-7-30 11C249 - Big Sky #77............................................Legacy Frys East Hz ....................................... 3A9-15-2A9-14-8-30 10I057 - Canelson #16 .........................................Highrock Frys East Hz ....................................3A16-9-2D16-10-9-31 11I310 - Advance #8 ....................................... Questerre et al MaryÀeld Hz ................................... 3B4-1-3A1-1-10-31 11C225 - Precision #409 .................................. NAL Nottingham N Unit Hz ................................2A16-29-2D7-29-5-32 11G317 - Advance #3............................................... BDOG Mair 2Hz....................................... 2B10-27-1B12-27-8-32 11C539 - Big Sky #89............................................... BDOG Mair 2Hz...........................................4C15-35-3B7-2-9-32 11H437 - Noble #1 ...................................... Southern Hastings East SWd Re............................................... 16-8-4-33 11H305 - Precision #157 ...................................... Penn West Cantal Hz ......................................2C9-30-3A2-30-5-33 11I223 - Canelson #22 ...........................................CYC Alida West Hz ....................................1C15-15-1C13-15-6-33 11H241 - Advance #1 .....................................Spectrum et al Wauchope DD ............................ 3B11-30-4B11-30-7-33 11I365 - Advance #4 ............................................. VOC et al Manor Hz......................................3C15-23-1C7-26-7-34 11I138 - Advance #2 ........................................ Midale Hastings West 2Hz.................................3C14-20-1C15-19-4-1 11E057 - Precision #205 ............................... Penn West Queensdales E Hz ............................... 4B8-22-2A15-15-6-1 11H364 - Red Dog #2............................................ Legacy Alameda Hz..........................................3D16-1-2D8-12-4-2 11D155 - Big Sky #2.............................................Harvest Whitebear Hz ........................................ 4B9-2-4B14-36-8-2 11H311 - Lasso #2 ................................................ Kinwest 08 Alameda ............................................................ 7-2-4-3 11H124 - Akita #15 ..................................................... BHPB Melville ............................................................. 1-24-20-3 11G169 - Encore #453 ....................................... Sundance Ochapowace........................................................ 6-5-18-3 11I064 - Canelson #11 .............................................. CCEC Pinto Hz .................................................3C5-3-3B2-4-2-4 11I224 - Big Sky #25 ............................................... Arc Steelman 2Hz ...........................................3A3-20-2D1-20-5-4 11C039 - Precision #380 ........................................CPEC Browning Hz ........................................ 1A10-28-4B2-28-6-5

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THE ESTEVAN MERCURY DRILLING REPORT 11I151 - Big Sky #96 ............................................. PBEN ViewÀeld 2Hz .............................................3C5-3-1C5-4-8-6 11A442 - Big Sky #9.............................................. PBEN ViewÀeld 2Hz ............................................. 2B3-7-3B3-6-7-7 11C166 - Advance #6 ............................................. CPEC ViewÀeld Hz .............................................. 4B4-5-3A1-5-9-7 11E011 - Advance #5 ............................................ Triwest ViewÀeld Hz .......................................5A11-32-2D8-32-7-7 11F047 - Partner #3 ............................................... CPEC ViewÀeld Hz .......................................... 4A8-25-3A8-30-9-7 11A362 - Red Dog #3.......................................... CVE Roche Percee Hz ....................................... 4A2-26-3A1-25-1-7 11I214 - Canelson #15 ........................................ CVE Roche Percee Hz .................................11D11-26-2D15-35-1-7 11A150 - Precision #381 ....................................... CPEC ViewÀeld 2Hz ......................................... 1B3-16-3A11-9-9-8 11H413 - Advance #9 ............................................. CPEC ViewÀeld Hz .......................................... 1A4-16-3A12-9-9-8 11C511 - Canelson #26.......................................... CPEC ViewÀeld Hz ..............................................1C4-3-4B4-4-9-8 11C132 - Big Sky #48............................................ PBEN ViewÀeld 2Hz ......................................... 1B1-31-4B1-30-9-9 11H095 - Canelson #10..................................... Legacy et al ViewÀeld Hz....................................3C14-31-3B3-31-9-9 11E038 - Vortex #1................................................. Torquay Midale Hz....................................... 2A12-29-3A4-29-6-10 11H010 - Precision #275 .............................. CVE et al Weyburn Unit Inj 2Hz................................. 3A10-1-1B4-7-6-12 11D191 - Big Sky #1............................................. Zargon Weyburn 2Hz.......................................4D8-20-4B7-20-6-12 11C540 - Red Dog #1.................................... CVE et al Weyburn Unit Inj Hz.................................. 2B10-5-2B6-5-6-13 11E243 - Panther #3 ............................................... Husky Oungre Hz .......................................3C15-25-1A2-25-1-13 11E246 - Precision #418 ......................................... Husky Oungre Hz .....................................2D14-22-3D13-27-1-13 11C654 - Quintera #11 ................................................ Arc Weyburn ............................................................ 2-16T-6-14 11F364 - Trinidad #4 ......................................... Arc et al Oungre VIU 2Hz .................................2C14-21-1C2-20-2-14 11I251 - Canelson #27 ...............................................NAL Hoffer Hz ..............................................3A8-8-4D11-5-2-15 11C307 - Panther #1 ..................................................NAL Hoffer Hz ..............................................4C3-4-4C16-4-2-15 11I084 - Saxon #154 ................................................ Rio Tinto Sedley ......................................................... 4-22-14-15 11I018 - Canelson #24 ...................................Longview et al Lougheed 2Hz .............................. 2A12-23-3A4-23-6-15 11E071 - Big Sky #28 ..................................................Vale McLean .............................................................. 3-2-18-16 11E211 - Champion #45..........................................Vale Edenwold Re ........................................................ 9-36-19-17 11B025 - Big Sky #45.....................................Enerplus Freda Lake VU1 HZ ..............................1D6-31-4B10-25-4-19 11I257 - Canelson #25 ............................................... NAL Hardy Hz ............................................4D15-6-1D15-7-6-21 11H416 - Big Sky #40..........................................Silver Hawk Constance ................................................3B16-36-3-29

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11E076 - Fairborne Antler Hz ............................................................................................................. 2D1-2-3A3-1-7-30 11E319 - Fairborne et al Antler Hz ............................................................................................. 3D13-23-1C13-26-7-30 11C033 - Silver Bay Bellegarde .......................................................................................................................7-28-6-31 11G318 - Tundra Ryerson Hz ........................................................................................................ 3C5-15-2A9-15-9-31 11A135 - Questerre et al Ryerson Hz ........................................................................................ 3C13-23-2D16-23-9-31 10J213 - Admiralty Welwyn ............................................................................................................................11-5-15-31 10H058 - Tundra Frys East Hz ................................................................................................... 2C13-12-1C13-11-8-31 10F204 - Renegade Fleming ..........................................................................................................................6-34-12-31 11B210 - Mosaic K2 Esterhazy 6 WSW .......................................................................................................12-26-19-32 11G077 - Admiralty Wapella.............................................................................................................................4-2-15-33 10E269 - Mosaic Esterhazy 2 EH.................................................................................................................12-22-19-33 10G299 - Reliable Wawota.............................................................................................................................8-13-12-33 10D050 - BDOG Parkman ..............................................................................................................................15-13-9-34 11A263 - Spectrum et al Willmar..........................................................................................................................1-3-6-4 10K093 - Nordic Sturgis ...................................................................................................................................4-11-35-4 11E075 - CPEC ViewÀeld SWD .........................................................................................................................3-29-8-5 11G034 - CPEC ViewÀeld Hz ........................................................................................................... 3D16-3-3D16-2-9-8 11C037 - CPEC ViewÀeld Hz ............................................................................................................3B5-24-4B5-23-9-8 11C281 - CPEC ViewÀeld Hz ............................................................................................................. 1D9-9-2D9-10-9-9 11A413 - Legacy ViewÀeld Hz ......................................................................................................... 1B2-19-1D3-18-9-9 11C283 - CPEC ViewÀeld Hz ......................................................................................................... 1D16-9-2D16-10-9-9 11A055 - CPEC ViewÀeld Hz ................................................................................................................2A4-9-4B4-4-9-9 11D153 - Williston Hunter Tableland Hz ........................................................................................ 4D1-15-3A1-14-1-10 11A276 - Legacy ViewÀeld Hz ....................................................................................................... 3C4-19-4C4-24-9-10 10J349 - Williston Hunter Tableland Hz ..........................................................................................3B4-28-3A1-28-1-10 10L059 - Williston Hunter Tableland Hz ......................................................................................... 3D1-10-3D1-11-1-10 10B263 - Arc Tribune .....................................................................................................................................15-32-3-14 11G220 - CCEC Freda Lake ............................................................................................................................9-13-5-19 11A096 - CEEI Hardy South ............................................................................................................................5-17-5-21 11G138 - Petro One Rosebank ......................................................................................................................11-29-4-32


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Asthma Not Only for Children

DEAR DR. DONOHUE: What gives? When I was a kid, I had asthma. Then it went away completely. Now, at age 37, it’s come back. As a child, I took only one medicine, and did well. Now I have a number of medicines and inhalers, and I’m confused. Will you simplify asthma for me? It isn’t the same as it used to be. Do you think I have developed allergies that brought it back? -- H.F.

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ANSWER: In the more developed countries of the world, around 15 percent of children and 12 percent of adults suffer from asthma. Asthma resolves

for many children as they reach adolescence, but it can come back. Adults also can develop asthma for the first time. It’s not strictly a childhood problem. Cough, wheezing and shortness of breath are the signs of an asthma attack. Asthma comes in attacks separated by periods when the asthmatic is well. The goal of treatment is to extend the well periods and shorten any attacks, something that wasn’t all that possible when you had only one medicine as a child. The basis of an attack is constriction of the breathing tubes, the airways, the bronchi. Along with narrowed airways, inflammation strikes them, and they fi ll with thick mucus. The combination makes it difficult to get air into and out of the lungs. Exhaling is particularly difficult. Triggers for asthma

attacks include cold air, exercise, viral infections like the common cold and allergens. If your doctor believes that allergens are leading to your asthma attacks, then testing for them is worthwhile. For many, allergy doesn’t lead to bouts of asthma. Exercise as a trigger needs some clarification. Everyone gets short of breath when exercising, but recovery is quick, within five minutes. Breathlessness brought on by an exercise-induced asthma attack lasts much longer, 30 to 60 minutes. An attack of asthma often can be stopped in its tracks with an inhaler medicine like albuterol (Ventolin and Proventil). For longer control, cortisone inhalers or inhalers containing cortisone and a long-acting drug that expands airways keeps a person attack-free. Advair is an example.

The booklet on asthma has a more detailed explanation of the common illness and its treatments. To obtain a copy, write: Dr. Donohue -- No. 602W, Box 536475, Orlando, FL 32853-6475. Enclose a check or money order (no cash) for $4.75 U.S./$6 Canada with the recipient’s printed name and address. Please allow four weeks for delivery. *** DEAR DR. DONOHUE: What can you tell me about glossopharyngeal? My doctor says I have it. He has me on medicine for it. -- K.L. ANSWER: The glossopharyngeal (GLOSSoh-fair-IN-gee-ul) nerve is one of the 12 cranial nerves, nerves that come directly from the brain. They are the nobility of the nerve kingdom. The glossopharyngeal nerve is the nerve of taste and the

nerve that activates some throat muscles. Glossopharyngeal neuralgia consists of episodes of knife-like pain in the throat and back of the tongue. Swallowing, chewing and even talking can provoke an attack. Carbamazepine, gabapentin, phenytoin and valproic acid are some of the drugs used to curtail such attacks. Surgically freeing the nerve from an encircling and pulsating artery is another treatment for this condition. *** Dr. Donohue regrets that he is unable to answer individual letters, but he will incorporate them in his column whenever possible. Readers may write him or request an order form of available health newsletters at P.O. Box 536475, Orlando, FL 32853-6475. (c) 2011 North America Synd., Inc. All Rights Reserved

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ANTIQUES & COLLECTIBLES SHOW & SALE, October 24-30 (inclusive) at Market Mall, Preston & Louise, Saskatoon, during mall hours.

IN MEMORIAM

PERSONAL MESSAGES

APARTMENTS / CONDOS-FOR SALE LUXURY CONDO FOR SALE: 1637 - 1st Street. 1,650 sq. ft., fully furnished, 2 bedrooms, 2 baths. Comes with 6 car garage. Asking price $600,000. Taking offers until Oct. 24th. For viewing or for more information, Phone 421-0209.

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In Loving Memory of Tony Ackrill Passed Away October 11, 2002 Little did we know that day That God would call your name Life on Earth without you Will never be the same. - Always Loved and Missed, Mom and Dad & Families.

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ANNUAL TRADE SHOW at Oungre Memorial Regional Park October 30th 1:00 to 4:00 p.m. To book a table ($20) contact Elaine Larson at 861-9070 or 456-2612 There will be Raffles, Hampers, Bake Sale and Shopping

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HOUSES FOR SALE FOR SALE: New 1215 sq. ft. 3 Bedroom, 2 bath modular home. Includes fridge and stove. $4750 down; $852 per month - Includes lot rent. Phone 1-403-397-8525.

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Page 24 THE TRADER EXPRESS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 14, 2011 LOTS & ACREAGES FOR OFFICE/RETAIL SALE ACREAGE FOR SALE: Northeast of Estevan. 20 Acres on SW 30-3-7 W2. $40,000. Phone 306-421-6027.

LAND WANTED

LAND FOR SALE

PRIME ESTEVAN Office/Retail Space for Lease: 250 sq. ft. 2,100 sq. ft. Newly renovated with hardwood floors. Utilities included. Lowest Rates in Estevan. Call Matt today: 1-604-728-7221.

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FOR SALE: 10 Acres on Hwy. 9 North of Moose Mountain. Renovated 1250 sq. ft. bungalow, 900 sq. ft. Quonset with power and water. Phone 306-716-5423 or evenings 306-538-4414.

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3 QUARTERS FARM LAND, within RM of Browning, for rent near Estevan, Sask. SE 23-5-5 W2nd; NW 24-5-5 W2nd; SW 24-5-5 W2nd. Contact: Chelsea @ cfitzgerald@doallmetal.com Phone: 306-634-8388

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USED CARS 2009 DODGE CALIBER SXT - NEXT TO NEW, 300 kms.............. $17,900 2009 CHRYSLER 300C, Loaded, 8,300 km ................................... $28,900 2005 CHRYSLER PACIFICA AWD loaded .................................... $11,995

USED TRUCKS/VANS 2011 DODGE 2500 CREW CAB SCT 11,000 km........................... $36,900 2010 DODGE LARAMIE Crew cab, loaded .................................... $34,900 2009 DODGE JOURNEY AWD ...................................................... $17,995 SOLD 2009 CHEV SILVERADO 1500 CREW CAB 53,000 kms .............. $25,900 2009 FORD F150 CREW CAB 4x4 ................................................ $24,995 2009 Mazda CX-7 40,000km........................................................... $29,900 2008 CHEV 1500 CREW CAB 4x4, 82,000 kms ............................ $21,200 2008 DURANGO, loaded, 76,000 kms............................................ $23,900 2008 GRAND CARAVAN 75,000 km.............................................. $17,995 2008 3500 DODGE MEGA CAB, loaded ........................................ $31,995 2007 DODGE JOURNEY AWD ...................................................... $17,995 SOLD 2007 FORD F-150 XLT ................................................................... $17,995 2007 TOWN AND COUNTRY ......................................................... $14,995 2007 GRAND CARAVAN 79,000 KM..............................................$13,900 2006 GMC 2500 DURAMAX fully loaded........................................ $21,995 2003 CHEV SILVERADO EXT CAB 107,000 kms ......................... $13,995 2003 2500 QUADCAB DEISEL LARAMIE ..................................... $21,900 2001 RAM 1500 SLT Low kms, Q/C, .............................................. $13,500

TRAILERS/MOTORHOMES/RVs 2008 RPM TOY HAULER, 26 Ft. .................................................... $28,500 2008 ROCKWOOD WINDJAMMER, 28 Ft. .................................... $22,980 2007 TRAIL LITE, 31 Ft. ................................................................. $18,600 2006 BRISTOL BAY 5TH WHEEL LOADED ................................. $31,995 2005 VAN GUARD 30 FT. TRAVEL TRAILER .............................. $20,995

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2010 LINCOLN MKS Loaded w/Power roof, Navigation, 25,000 km ........................................................................................$36,995 2010 TOYOTA COROLLA S, 4 Door, 5 Speed, Loaded, 32,000 kms ......................................................................................$17,995 2009 MUSTANG V6 loaded, only 7,500 kms ..................................$19,995 2009 PONTIAC VIBE 4 DOOR LS loaded, only 19,000 kms..........$15,995 2009 VOLKSWAGON JETTA TDI diesel wagon, 76,000 kms .......... SOLD 2008 HONDA CIVIC 2 DOOR LX auto, loaded, with only 37,000 kms .........................................................................................SOLD 2007 CHEVROLET COBALT SS loaded with leather, 5 speed, turbo charged, 93,000 kms ..............................................................$12,900 2007 FORD FOCUS ZX4 4 door auto 105,000 kms .........................$8,995 2005 PONTIAC GRAND AM SE 4 DOOR only 92,000 kms ..............SOLD

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2011 FORD RAPTOR CREW CAB 4x4 .........................................$63,995 2010 F150 LARIAT SUPERCREW loaded with navigation, 72,000 kms ......................................................................................$32,995 2010 LINCOLN NAVIGATOR loaded with 39,500 kms ..................$51,995 2010 F150 PLATINUM SUPERCREW 4x4 navigation, 91,000 kms ......................................................................................$34,995 2009 DODGE RAM 1500 LARAMIE CREW CAB 4x4 loaded with 40,000 kms..................................................................................SOLD 2008 F150 LARIAT SUPERCREW 4X4 Loaded, only 58,000 kms ................................................................$25,995 2008 F150 XTR SUPERCREW 4x4 only 68,000 kms.....................$22,995 2008 EDGE SEL AWD loaded, 125,000 kms ....................................SOLD 2008 YUKON SLT 4x4 loaded, only 82,000 kms ............................$29,500 2008 F150 XTR SUPERCREW 4x4 5.4L, auto, loaded, 62,000 kms ......................................................................................$23,995 2008 F150 LARIAT SUPERCREW 4X4 Loaded with leather & navigation 126,000 kms ....................................................................................$22,995 2007 SATURN OUTLOOK XE 71,000 kms ....................................$16,995 2006 BUICK TERRAZA MINI VAN Loaded, 103,000 kms .............$13,995 2003 F250 CREW CAB LARIAT 4X4 6.0 L, Diesel, only 133,000 kms ....................................................................................$17,995 2002 SUZUKI VITARA 93,000 miles ................................................$4,995

Senchuk Ford Sales Ltd.

Your home of after sales service

118 Souris Avenue North – Estevan, Sask.

634-3696

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)

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THE TRADER EXPRESS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 14, 2011 DOMESTIC CARS

DOMESTIC CARS

LONG CREEK MOTORS Auto Sales & Service Since 1970 www.longcreekmotors.carpages.ca

CARS 11 Chev Impala LS 4Dr factory warranty 45,000km ................................ $19,995 10 Dodge Charger SXT 4dr High Output factory warranty, 21,800 km .. $21,995 07 Chev Malibu LS 4dr 41,000 km warranty............................................ $13,995 07 Pontiac G6 SE 4dr factory warranty, loaded ....................................... $12,995 06 Nissan Maxima SE 4dr sunroof, warranty .......................................... $14,995 06 Volkswagen Jetta TDI 4dr Diesel sunroof wty ................................... $15,995 05 Chev Cavalier VL 2dr warranty ............................................................. $7,995 05 Dodge Magnum SXT AWD 4dr warranty, loaded, sunroof ................. $13,995 05 Hyundai Tiburon SE 2dr 5spd warranty ............................................... $9,995 04 Chev Malibu Sedan 4dr warranty ......................................................... $8,995 91 Mercury Grand Marquis 4dr................................................................. $1,995

TRUCKS, VANS & SUV’s 11 GMC Yukon SLE 4X4, 7 pass, 46,589 km, factory warranty .............. $35,995 11 Jeep Liberty Sport 4X4 45,000 km factory warranty .......................... $24,995 10 GMC Z-71 LS Crew/Cab 4X4 62,000 km factory warranty .................. $27,995 10 Dodge Dakota SXT Crew/Cab 4X4 Flexfuel, 4dr factory warranty.... $24,995 08 Hyundai Santa Fe GLS AWD sunroof, leather, factory warranty ........ $21,995 08 Hyundai Santa Fe GL AWD loaded, factory warranty ........................ $19,995 07 Chev Avalanche LTZ sunroof, factory warranty.................................. $25,995 07 Ford Ranger E/Cab LXT factory warranty........................................... $11,995 05 Buick Rendezvous AWD CXL, 4dr, 7 pass, warranty ......................... $7,995 05 Dodge Ram SLT, Quadcab, 4x4, warranty......................................... $16,995 04 Hyundai Santa Fe GLS AWD 4dr warranty ........................................ $13,995 03 Ford Ranger Stepside Edge 2wd warranty .......................................... $8,995 02 Nissan Xterra SE S/C 4X4 warranty ................................................... $11,995 01 Pontiac Montana SE, 4dr., Extended Van, warranty, 7 passenger ..... $6,495 97 Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo warranty............................................... $5,995 95 Ford Aerostar AWD 4Dr, warranty ....................................................... $1,995 93 Chev Silverado E/C, 6.2 Diesel ............................................................ $5,995

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Used Cars 2010 CORVETTE 5,000 kms ..........................................................$59,900 2009 SATURN ASTRA Red, Leather, sunroof 7000 kms ...............$17,900 2007 TOYOTA CAMRY Silver, 33,500 kms ....................................$19,900 2006 CHEV IMPALA LS, 98,882 kms.............................................$12,900

Used Trucks, SUVs & Vans 2011 CHEV TRAVERSE 18,000 kms .............................................$42,900 2011 DODGE CARAVAN ...............................................................$25,900 2010 SIERRA 2500HD Crew Long Box 62,000 kms........................$39,900 2010 DODGE RAM 1500 SPORT BLUE 24,324 kms .......................SOLD 2010 DODGE RAM 1500 SLT Red , 20’s, 36,136 kms...................$29,900 2010 DODGE RAM, 3500 DUALLY SLT White..............................$39,900 2010 CADILLAC ESCALADE, 39,500 kms ....................................$62,900 2010 RAM 1500 SLT Grey, 45,000 kms ............................................SOLD 2010 RAM 1500 LARAMIE White, Loaded, 29,700 kms ................$37,900 2009 GMC YUKON White, 19,476 kms ..........................................$39,900 2009 GMC YUKON XL SLT Leather, 45,607 kms ..........................$39,900 2009 CHRYSLER ASPEN Deep Red, 73,291 kms.........................$29,900 2008 FORD TAURUS X AWD, DVD, 98,739 kms .............................SOLD 2008 FORD ESCAPE XLT Black, 111,477 kms .............................$17,900 2008 DODGE NITRO R/T Red, Loaded, DVD 29,497 kms.............$17,900 2008 DODGE NITRO SXT Red.......................................................$17,900 2007 CHRYSLER ASPEN Silver, 128,000 kms ..............................$25,900 2006 CHEV TRAIL BLAZER SS 94,852 kms..................................$22,900 2005 DODGE DURANGO White, 94,000 kms ................................$16,900 2005 CADILAC ESCALADE, CLEAN 130,000 kms..........................SOLD

FOR SALE - MISC Advertisements and statements contained herein are the sole responsibility of the persons or entities that post the advertisement, and the Saskatchewan Weekly Newspaper Association and membership do not make any warranty as to the accuracy, completeness, truthfulness or reliability of such advertisements. For greater information on advertising conditions, please consult the Association’ s Blanket Advertising Conditions on our website at www.swna.com. BUILDING SALE... FINAL CLEARANCE. “ROCK BOTTOM P R I C E S ” 2 5 x 4 0 x 12 $ 7 3 5 0 . 30x60x15 $12,700. 35x70x16 $ 15 , 2 5 0 . 4 0 x 8 0 x 16 $ 2 0 , 9 9 0 . 47x100x18 $25,800. 60x140x20 $50,600. End walls included, doors optional. Pioneer Steel 1-800668-5422. Diesel Engines Remanufactured. Save time, money and headaches. Most medium duty applications 5.9L, 8.3L, ISB, CAT, DT466, 6.0L. Ready to run. Call today 1800-667-6879 www.rebuiltdiesels.com DISCONNECTED PHONE? ChoiceTel Home Phone Service. No One Refused! Low Monthly Rate! Calling Features and Unlimited Long Distance Available. Call ChoiceTel Today! 1-888-3331405. www.choicetel.ca. D O - I T- Y O U R S E L F S T E E L BUILDINGS PRICED TO CLEAR Make an offer! Ask about FREE DELIVERY, most areas! CALL FOR QUICK QUOTE and FREE BROCHURE - 1-800-668-5111 ext. 170. FREE 120 PAGE CATALOGUE From Halfords. Butcher supplies, leather & craft supplies and animal control products. 1-800-353-7864 or E-mail: jeff@halfordhid.com or visit our Web Store: www.halfordsmailorder.com GENERATOR SETS. Buy direct and save. Oilpatch, farm, cabin or residential. Buy or rent - you’ll get the best deal from DSG. 1-800667-6879 www.dsgpower.com Coupon # SWANA G1101 HOT TUB (SPA) COVERS Best Price, Best Quality. All Shapes & Colours Available. Call 1-866-652-6837 www.thecoverguy.com/newspaper Major engine manufacturers say that quality fuel treatments are an essential part of diesel engine protection. Get the best value with 4Plus 1-800-667-6879 www.dieselservices.com More Power Less Fuel for diesel farm equipment. Tractors, combines, sprayers or grain trucks. Find out about safe electronics from DSG. Call today 1-800-6676879. www.dieselservices.com NEVER SHOCK CHLORINATE AGAIN! New! Continuous Shock C h l o r i n a to r. Pa te n t Pe n d i n g Canada/U.S.A. No mess, effective year round for smell, iron bacteria, slime. Inexpensive. Phone 1-800BIG-IRON; www.bigirondrilling.com. PROVINCE-WIDE CLASSIFIEDS. Reach over 330,000 readers weekly. Call this newspaper NOW or 306-649-1405 for details.

AUCTIONS

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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. Please send your donation to:

St. Joseph’s Hospital Foundation Box 5000-203, Estevan, SK S4A 2V6 ~ Phone: 637-2474 ~ ~ e-mail: rblackmore@schr.sk.ca ~

12th ANNUAL FALL CONSIGNMENT SALE Saturday, October 22 10:00 a.m. Redvers Rec Centre, Redvers, Sask. Includes: SHOP, YARD & TILLAGE: 4 - Degelman 6’ harrows; 30’ Morris cultivator; 860 Massey combine chaff spreader; Ford ext. cab truck topper; fanning mill; snow blower; power tools; Snap On tool box; Moto lathe; ice Àshing equipment 5th wheel attachment. LIVESTOCK: 25 bu. Creep feeder; round bale feeders; 10’ 2 horse trailer, new Áoor. VEHICLES & RV: 2005 Mazda B2300-105,000 km; 1988 Kenworth semi-trailer tractor,425 rebuilt Cat motor (sold on owner’s approval); Dingo two seater go cart,16 HP engine, electric start; 1998 Four Trax Honda,2 WD,300 motor; fold down tent camper. ANTIQUES & COLLECTIBLES: horse harness; scale; rocking and high chairs; china cabinet; ship clock; dresser; ice cream maker; assort. Manitoba history books. HOUSEHOLD: motorized scooter; apartment size dryer; window air conditioners; canvas 10’x10’ screened gazebo; a large selection of estate and down sizing furniture in good condition - includes beige leather sofa & recliner; wooden dining tables and chairs. FLEA MARKET offering household items, Tupperware, skin products, garden produce, honey. For further information check our website keymauction.com Or Phone Dellan Mohrbutter 306-452-3815 KEY “M” AUCTION SERVICE Wauchope, Sask. A.L. #304543

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CAREER OPPORTUNITIES House & Vehicle Auction WANNER ESTATE SATURDAY, NOV. 19, 2011 909 ISABELLE STREET ESTEVAN, SASK. 12:00 NOON VISIT www.mackauctioncompany.com P.L. 311962 RETIREMENT AUCTION on behalf of Doug’s Plumbing & Heating, Glasyn, SK. October 22, 2 011 , 11 : 0 0 a m . E q u i p m e n t , Tools, Inventory & Woodworking To o l s . D e t a i l s & p h o t o s : www.globalauctionguide.com Ivan White Auction Service, N Battleford, SK. (306( 445-5242 PL910541

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CAREER OPPORTUNITIES Dyno Express Inc. is Now Hiring Class 1A Drivers for 3 full time fluid hauling positions. Wages $5,000 $6,000. 1 - 2 years driving experience preferred. For any questions regarding this position please call Bob at 1-306-8697995. Email resume along with Dr iver ’ s Abstract to cjstadnick@sasktel.net Graphic designer wanted at the World-Spectator in Moosomin, Sask. We offer a health and dental package and even a furnished suite free for three months to help you get settled. Email resumes and work samples to world_spectator@sasktel.net. JOURNEYMAN DIESEL TECHNICIAN Canmore, Alberta. Ford experience a plus but not required. Great working conditions, top hourly rate, full benefits; joe_buchanan@bowvalleyford.com. Phone 403-679-2252. Fax 403-678-2806.

TRADES HELP 11081012 Saskatchewan Ltd. is hiring for Carpenters ($22.15/hr), Plasterers ($20.46/hr), Material Handlers ($17/hr) and Construction Helpers ($18.10/hr). All 40 hrs./wk. Send Resume by Mail: #8, 508 - 12th Avenue, Estevan, SK, S4A 1E6 or e-mail: jobs.drywall@gmail.com

Be A Part Of Our Going Team! Panda Tank & Vac Truck Services has employment oppor tunities available for Class 1 Drivers Tank Truck Operators, Lease Operators, Subcontractors, Enddump Operators. Employment Opportunities in Alber ta & BC areas. Please Fax your resume to our head office in Grande Prairie Attention Ernie Hill 780-532-8729 or visit our website at www.pandatank.com to submit your application online.

CORAM CONSTRUCTION is hiring Carpenters and concrete finishers to work PCL sites in Saskatchewan. $28.50-$30.40/hr, Good benefits, 3-5 years experience. Join, fit and install form work. E-mail: rlakeman@coram.ca Fax: 306-525-0990 Mail: 205-845 Broad Street Regina, SK S4R-8G9.

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Top 10 Pop Singles This Week Last Week 1. Maroon 5 feat. Christina Aguilera No. 1 “Moves Like Jagger” (A&M/Octone) 2. Adele No. 2 “Someone Like You” (XL) 3. Foster The People No. 3 “Pumped Up Kicks” (StarTime) 4. LMFAO feat. Lauren Bennett & GoonRock No. 4 “Party Rock Anthem” (Party Rock/will.i.am/Cherrytree) 5. Gym Class Heroes feat. Adam Levine No. 5 “Stereo Hearts” (Decaydance/Fueled by Ramon) 6. Bad Meets Evil feat. Bruno Mars No. 6 “Lighters” (Shady) 7. Rihanna No. 8 “Cheers (Drink to That)” (SRP/Def Jam) 8. Lady Gaga No. 10 “You and I” (Streamline/KonLive) 9. Cobra Starship feat. Sabi No. 7 “You Make Me Feel ...” (Decaydance/Fueled by Ramen/Atlantic) 10. LMFAO No. 25 “Sexy and I Know It” (Party Rock/will.i.am/Cherrytree)

Top 10 Hot Country Singles 1. Rodney Atkins No. 1 “Take a Back Road” (Curb) 2. Toby Keith No. 2 “Made in America” (Show Dog-Universal) 3. Keith Urban No. 5 “Long Hot Summer” (Capitol Nashville) 4. Kenny Chesney feat. Grace Potter No. 3 “You and Tequila” (BNA) 5. Jake Owen No. 4 “Barefoot Blue Jean Night” (RCA) 6. George Strait No. 6 “Here for a Good Time” (MCA Nashville) 7. Blake Shelton No. 8 “God Gave Me You” (Warner Bros.) 8. Trace Adkins No. 7 “Just Fishin’” (Show DogUniversal) 9. Eli Young Band No. 10 “Crazy Girl” (Carnival) 10. Taylor Swift No. 13 “Sparks Fly” (Big Machine) (c) 2011 King Features Synd., Inc.

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A Plumber’s Snake? What’s That? By Samantha Mazzotta

Q: One thing my uncle recommended when I moved into my recently purchased house is something called a plumber’s snake. Just what is that? I presume it’s for getting into pipes or something. -- Tammy in Des Moines, Iowa A: You’re right, Tammy, it does have something to do with getting into pipes. Specifically, a plumber’s snake -- more

professionally known as a hand auger -- is a handheld tool used for clearing clogs in drain lines. It consists of a flexible tube with a spring coil on one end, attached to a hand crank at the other end. The tube is inserted into the affected drain until the clog is reached; then the hand crank is turned so that the clogging material gets caught in the spring coil and is pulled out along with the tubing. The beauty of the hand auger -- there’s also a larger version called a closet auger or toilet auger, specifically for toilets -- is that it can clear many types of clogs without using chemicals to break up the

material or using a drill that could break through the pipe. Using the hand auger takes a little bit of practice. It’s not hard to use, but you’re fishing blind through the drainpipe, and figuring out the difference between a bend in the pipe and the actual clog can take a few tries. So, for example, let’s say you’re clearing a clog in a sink drain. You’ve either removed the trap (the U-bend pipe under the sink) or, if the trap has this, unscrewed the bolt at the bottom of the trap and let the water drain into a bucket. But the clog doesn’t clear (meaning it’s a little further back in the

drain line). With the trap removed or the drain bolt unscrewed: --Loosen the auger lock (the bolt sticking up at the feeder end of the auger) and feed the cable into the drain line. --When you meet resistance, find out if you’re simply at a bend in the pipe. Feed out a few inches more cable so you have some extra sticking out of the pipe. Tighten down the auger lock. Slowly turn the auger handle clockwise, pushing slightly. If it’s a bend in the line, the resistance will stop and you can continue feeding cable. --If the resistance doesn’t let up, you may have located a clog. Turn

the handle a few more times to try and snag the clog material. Then, loosen the auger lock. Continue turning the handle clockwise to reel in the cable. --If you meet solid resistance and then the cable slowly feeds in, with continuous resistance, you likely have a soap clog. Slowly continue to bore through the soap clog until resistance lessens. Then, retrieve the cable by loosening the auger lock and turning the handle clockwise. Once you’ve taken care of the clog, reconnect the trap. Run hot water through the pipe, which will flush out loose debris

or help break up that soap clog. HOME TIP: Keep drains healthy with this nontoxic solution: combine 1 cup baking soda, 1 cup salt and 1/4 cup cream of tartar. Pour 1/4 cup of this mixture into each drain in the house, and follow with 2 cups boiling water. Repeat weekly. Send your questions or comments to ask@ thisisahammer.com, or write This Is a Hammer, c/o King Features Weekly Service, P.O. Box 536475, Orlando, FL 32853-6475. (c) 2011 King Features Synd., Inc.

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES WW1151

Experienced Oilfield Picker Operators in Northern Alberta • excellent hourly wages • guaranteed monthly wage • December, January, February, March • camp supplied • 3 weeks in, 1 week out

We are accepting resumes for various full time positions. Take customer’s orders, peel, slice & trim food stuff using manual & electric appliance. Prepare foods such as salads & sandwiches. Portion & wrap food. May receive payment for food items purchased.

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

Call: 780-986-6235 Career Opportunity Automotive Service Technician Journeyman or Apprentice

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in Midale and Carlyle is now hiring

wanted for fast paced environment, wage is dependent on skill and attitude, also seeking

-Picker Operators -Bed Truck Drivers • Top wages offered, beneÀts available Interested individuals can fax resume to:

Midale Phone: 458-2811 Fax: 458-2813

Carlyle Phone: 453-4401 Fax: 453-4402

(A Division of Total Energy Services Ltd.)

reliable delivery driver. Resumes can be dropped off at: The Black Grasshopper Pub Attention: Heather

The Pure Energy Early Learning Centre & Estevan Daycare Co-operative is currently seeking energetic and enthusiastic educators to join our team. We have openings for full time, part time and casual staff. Interested applicants should possess ECE Level 1 or higher or be willing to obtain. Applicants should also possess strong communication skills and an interest in ongoing learning and professional development. Wage scale in place depending on education. A criminal record check, child abuse check, TB test and First Aid/CPR Level ‘C’ are required. Full benefits package for full time staff after a 3 month probationary period. Please submit resume with references to the attention of: Kayla Mathison Program Director Pure Energy Early Learning Centre & Estevan Daycare Co-operative 322 Souris Ave. N. Estevan, SK S4A 1J7 634-5868 (P) 634-5861 (F) estevandaycare@sasktel.net

NOW HIRING!! Full Time Cashier Part Time Cashier (student position) Part Time Floor Clerk (student position) Apply at customer service with resume or application. No phone calls please.


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Days Inn, Estevan is looking for

1A, 3A Drivers/ Owner Operators

3 WAITRESSES for full time permanent employment. Previous experience is not necessary. Responsibilities: take orders, answer questions, serve food, serve tables, prepare bills. Salary $11 Can./hr. Fax resume to (306)634-8733

Brady Oilfield Services LP. Weyburn, Halbrite and surrounding area. OilĂ&#x20AC;eld Safety CertiĂ&#x20AC;cates an asset but not necessary. BeneĂ&#x20AC;ts package available.

Forward Resume and Drivers Abstract

1305 - 9th St. Estevan

P.O. Box 271 Midale, Sask. S0C 1S0 Fax: (306) 458-2768 sjuravle@brady.sk.ca kbrady@brady.sk.ca

SRI HOMESâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Estevan Facility SHELTER HOME SYSTEMS is currently accepting applications for

Labourers Required â&#x20AC;˘

PREFABRICATED HOUSING ASSEMBLERS â&#x20AC;˘ Required Immediately â&#x20AC;˘ Permanent Full Time â&#x20AC;˘ 10 Available Positions â&#x20AC;˘ Starting at $14.70 per hour plus benefits Duties include: â&#x20AC;˘ Assembling and installing modular components

Class 5 drivers licensed and safety tickets preferred.

Tubular Repair Operator â&#x20AC;˘

â&#x20AC;˘ Class 1A drivers a must Competitive wages and excellence beneĂ&#x20AC;t package available.

Interested individuals can fax resume to (306) 634-8025

Box 845 #200 Hwy. 18 West, Estevan, SK S4A 2A7 Fax: 306-634-7597 E-mail: jobs.shelter@gmail.com

EXPRESS is looking for

Carriers for a smaller route that is growing (40 papers)

Symons, Ross, Wahba & Frehlick Bay, Seregella Place and Rooney Rd. All our carriers have an opportunity to win $100 at the end of each month. If interested call Gayle at The Mercury



Carriers for 25 paper route in the Nicholson, Grundeen, McCormick, Mather and Wahlmeier area. All our carriers have an opportunity to win $100 at the end of each month. If interested call Gayle at The Mercury



Class 1 driverâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s license is preferred, but all class of drivers are welcome to apply. Previous oil Ă&#x20AC;eld experience & valid tickets are an asset. Email or fax your resume & a current driverâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s abstract to: jtimko@essentialcoil.com Fax: 403-580-8906

Journeymen Electricians and Apprentices

Experience: 1 year (preferred) Safety Certificates are needed. 1st Aid/CPR, H2S, WHMIS. Applicants must have a valid driverâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s license. Oilfield background preferred. Full benefits packages and RSP plan.

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES Lynco Construction Ltd Midale, SK

Positions Include: â&#x20AC;˘ Maintenance Foreman â&#x20AC;˘ Backhoe/Trackhoe Operators â&#x20AC;˘ Labourers

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.

â&#x20AC;˘ Must have valid drivers licence â&#x20AC;˘ Must have safety tickets (H2S and Ă&#x20AC;rst aid)

& ge s a k ac ge it p ve wa f e Ben petiti Com EMAIL RESUME TO:

edwin.Ă annery@lynco.ca or fax to (306) 458â&#x20AC;˘2297

OilĂ&#x20AC;eld Labourers Required is looking for

Coil Tubing Operators Coil Tubing Helpers

PowerTech Industries Ltd. in Estevan is seeking Journeymen Electricians and Apprentices for work in the Southeast Saskatchewan Oil & Gas Industry.

Send, fax, e-mail or drop off resume to:

SOUTHEAST TRADER

Essential Coil & Stimulation Services is a company recognized for safety and excellence within the oil and gas industry. We strive to provide a good working relationship with our customers. Currently we provide services throughout Alberta, Southern Saskatchewan and Manitoba. Essential Coil offers competitive wages, scheduled days off, group beneĂ&#x20AC;t plan and employee savings plan. If you are an energetic team player with superb attention to detail and strong communication skills, we invite you to apply for the following positions.

To assist with oilĂ&#x20AC;eld tubular inspection in plant and on location. Applicants must possess a valid class 5 drivers licence. OilĂ&#x20AC;eld experience preferred but not necessary. Training will be provided to successful applicants. Please mail, email, fax or drop off resume to:

341 Imperial Avenue Estevan, Saskatchewan S4A 2H8 Fax: 306-634-2606 Email: estevan@guardianoil.com No phone calls please.

Crew Foremen -

3 full time positions available

Crew Labourers -

12 full time positions available â&#x20AC;˘ experience in battery facilities and water injection facility construction â&#x20AC;˘ pipeline â&#x20AC;˘ vessel and tank inspections â&#x20AC;˘ maintenance and trouble shooting of all production equipment operations would be an asset Must have: â&#x20AC;˘ Valid drivers license â&#x20AC;˘ H2S - First Aid, CPR, Confined Space, Fall Arrest

Fax resume to: 306-634-0128 Call Tim at: 306-421-1258 or Ron at: 306-421-0368 for an interview.


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EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES

JOURNEYMAN WELDER

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY Apex Distribution Inc., a Canadian Employee Owned Oilfield & Industrial Supply & Service Company, is now taking applications for the following position in their Estevan location:

Experience in mig, tig and air arc welding preferred. Some of the many benefits to consider when applying for a position at Bert Baxter Transport in Estevan:

â&#x20AC;˘ Full time, permanent employment â&#x20AC;˘ Full benefits packages available â&#x20AC;˘ Clean, safe work environment Interested applicants can fax to: 306-634-4258 or email: brenda.jensen@bbaxtertransport.ca

Administrative Assistant/Receptionist Computer proficiency, multi-tasking, good organizational and customer service skills a must, with the ability to work in a fast paced environment with minimal supervision. Duties include: answering phones, data entry in Compass Software System, filing and all other general office duties. Knowledge of Microsoft Word and Excel would be an asset. Knowledge of Oilfield Supply & Service would be an asset but would be willing to train. Forward Resumes to: Apex Distribution Inc. Box 787 Estevan, Sask. S4A 2A6 Fax: (306)634-2797 Email: shelli.schlingmann@apexdistribution.com Drop off at: 315A Kensington Ave. Estevan, Sask.

   

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Boundary Dam Mine Sherritt Coal is Canadaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;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 nearly 400 employees.

Boundary Dam Mine has immediate opening for:

Geologist/Geological Engineer Position Summary This position would be responsible for: - Planning and supervising exploration drilling, pre-mine dewatering and geotechnical testing programs. - Supervision of contractors, coordination of tender processes, and ensuring content of contracts and site objectives are met. - Geological modelling and report writing - Liase with both internal and external customers in regards to coal quality issues. - Coordinate with external consultants on issues related to geotechnical analysis, coal quality and hydrogeology.

QualiĂ&#x20AC;cations: - Geology or Engineering Degree and 2 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 5 years related experience. - Experience with software GEMCOM Minex and Autocad is an asset but not a requirement. - A valid drivers license and clean drivers abstract. Sherritt Coal offers a competitive beneĂ&#x20AC;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 intervie will be contacted.

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EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES

101 Supreme St. (Shand access road)

Field Supervisor

Employment Opportunities · Mechanic/Technician · Assistant Service Writer · Parts Runner/Lot Attendant Local auto dealership is seeking the above positions. Persons to Àll Applicants for MECHANIC position with experience on Ford vehicles would be an asset but not required. Training is available and all levels of training/skill will be considered · Applicants for ASSISTANT SERVICE WRITER must possess strong communication and computer skills. · Mechanical aptitude an asset. Training provided. Compensation will be commensurate with qualiÀcations and experience. We offer an exceptional beneÀt package.

Senchuk Ford Sales Ltd. 118 Souris Avenue North Estevan, SK S4A 1J6

Days Inn, Estevan is looking for

3 Room Attendants/ Housekeepers for full time, permanent employment. Completion of Secondary School is preferred but willing to train. Applicant must have a Áexible schedule & be willing to work late evenings & weekends. Position is 40 hours per week with the possibility of overtime. Duties to include: • sweep, mop, wash, wax and polish Áoors • dust furniture and vacuum carpet, area rugs, drapery, etc. • make beds, change sheets and distribute clean towels and toiletries • attend to guests’ requests for extra supplies • stock linen closet and supplies area • clean, disinfect and polish kitchen and bathroom Àxtures and appliances • wash windows, walls and ceilings • report and store lost and found items • may provide basic information on facilities • may handle complaints Salary $13.00 Can./hour

Fax resume to (306)634-8733

1305 - 9th St. Estevan

Currently Hiring Experienced:

• Well Testers • Supervisors • Operators 12 Hour Shifts Days / Nights Must have Class 5 Driver’s License No Blow Box License Must have Oilfield Safety Tickets H 2S WHMIS First Aid CPR Fax resume to: 306-487-2776

Sun Country Well Servicing currently has an opening for a Field Supervisor for the Estevan Area. Sun Country Well Serving is a locally owned service rig company based in Estevan. We currently have 8 free standing mobile doubles working in the area and are growing. Responsibilities • Overseeing rig operations including the work activities of all rig employees assigned to each rig. • Preparing/monitoring work schedule, work is completed on schedule and safety procedures are followed correctly. • Monitor employees performance and progress. • Provide the crew with the appropriate tools/supplies. • Provide guidance and direction to rig crews on specific tasks. • Conducting monthly safety inspections. • Working with crew coordinator on crewing rigs. • Work closely with the Equipment Manager • Control costs to the rigs • Perform accident safety investigation Qualifications: • 10 or more years of experience as a Rig Manager or previous field supervisor experience. Valid DL preferably 1A/3A, valid FA/H2S. • Safety knowledge preferred. • Ability to deal and communicate effectively with employees, vendors and customers. • Proven, extensive working knowledge and experience in Service Rig operations. • Knowledge of rig safety regulations and safety issues. • Live in or close to Estevan. Sun Country Well Servicing offers a very competitive compensation and benefits package including medical, vision and dental coverage, life insurance, short term and long term disability coverage and RRSP.

Interested individuals can email or fax resume to:

E: bbennett@suncountrywellservicing.ca F: 306-634-1200

Book Your Ad Today!

634-2654

WORK WITH US & GROW A CAREER Glacier Media Group is growing. Check our job board regularly for the latest openings: www.glaciermedia.ca/careers


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WeareFirstChoiceEnergyServices,partoftheFirstChoiceBusinessGroup,oneofthe fastest growing companies in Western Canada oīering oilĮeld services, waste managementandequipmentrentalsinAlbertaandNorthDakota.Weareopeningan oĸceinSoutheastSaskatchewanandwearelookingfor2keymanagers: 

ProducƟon TesƟng Manager You will be responsible for hiring & training tesƟng staī.  You have the contacts to developbusinessformulƟpletanksaswellasrelatedequipmentandservices. 

Vacuum & Water Truck Manager & Dispatcher You will be responsible for business development, hiring & training and ensuring the maintenanceoftheŇeet. We oīer great salaries, beneĮts and proĮt sharing.  Please forward your resume to adam@fcbg.ca or fax to 780-665-7108 

www.estevanmercury.ca

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES View the Career ads Online!

NOW HIRING Bookkeeper / Front Counter Clerk Permanent Part-Time Position Experience an asset but willing to train. Apply by mail: Box 639, Estevan, SK, S4A-2A5 Apply in person: 913 5th St., Estevan, SK Apply by fax: 306•634•3211

CAREERS WITH Flint is currently looking for all employee yee reso resources esources ou ces ffor: ou o or:

•Pipeline •Well Site •Facilities Construction Maintenance

We are actively looking for a positive attitude and strong work ethic

•Pipeline Pipe pellin ne e Personnel Pers sonnel on nnel Pipefitters Pipe efitters •Heavy equipment operators •Electricians • •Instrument Technicians •Ground Floor Labour Force Flint is a safe work environment with a very good family benefit package. Hourly rates to be determined with experience Interested applicants, please Fax: 306-634-6879 or Email: gmitchell@flint-energy.com Attention: Glen Mitchell

Mechanical, M h i l Electrical El t i & Instrumentation Proudly serving our customers.

Contact us today about your Construction, Fabrication & Maintenance requirements. 1-306-634-6877 www.Áintenergy.com

Book your career ad today! • Call 634-2654


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SOURIS VALLEY PAVING INC.

Locally owned and operated, serving Estevan and area for over 40 years. Your local professional choice

Then

Specializing in Hot-Mix Asphalt Paving Our staff has over 100 years of combined construction experience. We aim to please our customers with a high quality professional job that will last for years. We own our asphalt plant so your Hot-Mix asphalt is “Hot” when applied to make the most superior finish possible.

• Fully Insured and bonded • COR safety program We do: commercial parking lots, streets, seal-coating, • Member of patching, asphalt-milling, recycled asphalt, gravel, sweeping Heavy Construction Safety Assoc. and snow removal, sanding • Member of SK Road Builders Assoc. • Large experienced staff • Equipment to do any job

Now

Engineered professionalism, honest, reliable service

When you want it done right, trust the experts! 306-421-1952


SE Trader Express October 14, 2011