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Cheers to the person who wrote in expressing confusion that may arise over many different speed limits within the city. In town and for residential areas, 50 km/h is sufficient. Enforcing what is already in place should be more than sufficient. Cheers to the nice gentleman who cleaned the snow from the Humane Society yard after the snowstorm on Nov. 10. Cheers to the first Baby Expo for Estevan. Congrats on its success. Cheers for those babies in the babies’ crawl race, you’re all winners no matter what! Cheers to the clerks and cashiers who spot the doubled up new $20 bills and are not taking advantage of their less observant customers. I appreciate the honesty. Cheers to the Estevan Mercury and Southeast Trader Express for allowing this section to vent and celebrate with anonymity so one will not be judged or gossiped about.

Jeers to the bylaw enforcement officer who was witnessed using a cellphone while parked at a stop sign. Jeers to the people who push their way in at the carwash, I guess you think your time is more important than mine. Make a commitment and pick a line. Jeers to the police service for their lack of traffic enforcement. You could probably pay the salaries of two staff members with the fines if they ticketed all the people who exit Sobeys onto Petterson Drive without stopping at the stop sign. Jeers to the City’s walking paths not getting cleaned after the storm.

Jeers to the office staff that takes up all of our residential parking in front of our homes instead of parking in their empty parking lot or in front of their office. Jeers to the absence of a female hockey program that draws on talent from the surrounding area. If that were done, perhaps female AA hockey would be present in the Energy City.

Cheers to the staff at SportChek! They always seem to be helpful. Nice to have good customer service!

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The Estevan Humane Society is full and those who find strays are asked to take care of them for a few weeks until the situation improves

Humane Society shelter under stress Marlene Moore echoed the refrain from the closing moments of each episode of The Price is Right, “Spay and neuter your pets.� The Estevan Humane Society is bursting at the seams with cats and dogs, and it isn’t a new phenomenon. Moore, the humane society’s president, said they’ve been at full capacity since about June. The organization is now asking people to house stray animals they find for a couple of weeks, in the hopes that more space opens up at the shelter. “At one point it’s good because we had very few dogs last winter,� said Moore, noting they never had more than about seven. “What has happened is that people are coming to Estevan, and they can’t find a place to live, let alone keep their dog, and some of them just let them go.�

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She said they had 40 kittens at one point, and they are still dealing with an overload of kittens. Moore made it clear the shelter is right full, saying they have kittens running all over the place. “Some of them, the manager Judy Martin, has nursed from about two or three days after birth. She had three little ones come in like that. She fed them from a bottle and they’re up running around now.� Moore said they are asking people who find a stray cat or dog to shelter it for a few weeks if they can. “If they can look after them for a bit, that would be a big plus for us.� She noted they have a few dogs that have been in the shelter since the summer and hope that soon they could be adopted. “I’ve only been with the humane society for four years, and over the summertime you always get a lot of kittens coming in, but we’ve never had it this full. Not in my duration with the shelter. If people would spay and neuter their pets, we wouldn’t have this problem,� she added. She also said staffing at the shelter is a big problem they are dealing with. They are always looking for more. “We have a really tough time getting good staff that stay and are reliable. For anybody that’s interested in coming down for the weekends,� she asks them to contact the shelter. Interested people would be taken through the rooms and shown what to do, which includes cleaning the dishes and sterilizing them each day, as well as cleaning out the litter. “Anybody that can help do that on the weekend would be a huge help.� Moore noted they do pay all their employees. Those interested in working at the shelter may contact the humane society at 6343444.


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Child rights issues at forefront Students at Hillcrest School learned a little about their rights, as the school celebrated National Child Day with some special guests. Bob Pringle, a former MLA and now Saskatchewan’s advocate for children and youth, attended the school with a pair of Saskatchewan Roughriders, Milt Collins and Chris McKenzie, along with Gainer the Gopher. After the athletes entertained the school, answering questions and talking with the students, the Riders went off to serve breakfast to the younger students, while the more senior students stayed back to hear from Pringle. Pringle, who is originally from Carnduff, talked about his role advocating for children and what it means for today’s youth. “As a child advocate, I’m legally required by the legislature to look at how Saskatchewan is doing in terms of the rights of children in this province,� said Pringle. The Saskatchewan children’s advocate is funded by the government but operates independently, making recommendations for policy, as well as ensuring children are safe within their own homes. “For the most part, the province may not agree with everything, but they appreciate the work we’re doing, and we try to be as constructive as we can. These are complex social issues,� said Pringle, of what they are often dealing

with. “If you take the issues we’ve been hearing about in Estevan and Weyburn the last couple of days, there are no easy solutions. There’s poverty; there’s lack of housing; there’s lots of pressure on families. There are addictions issues and mental health issues. There are just a lot of challenges. There’s a lot of strength in the community, but when you deal with the kind of influx you have, (these issues arise).� When looking at those issues, his job is to see how those elements affect children in the community. “We promote the rights and the value of the children in our communities and their right to be respected. In a sense we monitor government programs and legislation to ensure children get the services they are entitled to by way of being citizens

from here.� Things like the right to education and health care are some of the issues Pringle and other advocates are particularly attuned to. “We look at everything and whether or not it’s child centred. We consider what is the impact on children of the current policies and practices in the province as provided by the government,� Pringle said. “My authority allows me to investigate anything we believe can infringe upon the rights of children.� He submits a report annually to the legislature regarding the current state of the child in Saskatchewan. It’s a difficult task, in part because he must be aware of what today’s children’s needs are. “If you’re going to be a voice for children, you have to make sure you’re talking

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There is the cheesy saying some people use that they need a vacation from their vacation. It’s now less than a month away from Dec. 25, and that means it’s time to stress out because there are a lot of crowded shopping centres ahead and some of them aren’t going to wish you the season’s greetings you feel entitled to. It can be frustrating for someone like me, who just wants to do their own thing and have a good time with their family, when a few others like to add a little holiday controversy. It’s the drama that everyone else creates that stresses me out. Christmas, for many, is a downright stressful time, which is the complete opposite of what we all want it to be. It should be the holiday we don’t need a holiday from. But there is no way to escape the controversies and problems that lurk behind every corner each December, with the sole purpose of sapping you of good cheer and making your heart two sizes too small. Already this year — before December even began — it’s been brought to my attention that there is a war on Christmas and how it is traditionally celebrated. Happy Holidays has become the PC greeting

Jordan Baker Thoughts From My Fingers and farewell for chain stores everywhere because, of course, we need a greeting that is politically correct. The sentiment is pretty innocuous, but in the Christmas spirit of openness and acceptance, the term is intolerable for some. I have heard people in my own family declare that if an employee at a store wishes them a “Happy holidays” instead of a “Merry Christmas” they will never shop there again. It’s baffling, but whatever makes them happy, I guess. Please just greet people how you would like to greet them, and let them do the same. Try to have a good Christmas this year. Don’t get too upset by long lines in stores. Don’t stress out over holiday travel and the things that are out of your control. Most things are out of our control throughout December, so try to enjoy a holiday

that is celebrated in more ways than one. How other people choose to celebrate, or not celebrate, is just another thing outside of our control. If somebody wishes you a “Happy Holidays,” return it with a cheerful response however you wish. To escape the ubiquitous Christmas music, avoid the radio stations that play it. And avoid shopping malls if at all possible. They really do suck the holiday spirit out of those songs by hitting repeat for the entire month. I try to get a brief taste of them for a couple of days leading up to Dec. 25 and that does plenty to get me mentally prepared for good times with the family. A couple of days is all I need, and it’s thankfully still something in my control. This December, in the words of Bill and Ted, be excellent to each other. I should also give a shout out to everyone who donated to The Mercury moustaches over the course of Movember. Thank you for your donations of more than $1,000. All money raised goes to supporting men’s health issues, so a final thanks to everyone who donated and men across the city for not shaving that upper lip for 30 days.

There is a need for value-added farming There are words that will eventually come to reflect certain times in the continued evolution of agriculture. We can think about the influence of “zero-till” farming on the sector. “Diversification” was certainly a key trend through the 1980s and the low price cycle that had farmers looking for alternate ways to make a living. “Precision-farming” pretty much reflects farming today. And then there is “value-added.” In Saskatchewan in particular, and across most of the Canadian Prairies, the idea of adding value to what farmers produce has been much talked about in times when commodity prices were low and farmers needed options for increasing returns. The idea of value-added has always been a good one in the sense such enterprises would offer local, alternate markets for farm produce, and at the same time create jobs here on the Prairies. With commodity prices in the record high range these days, and overall economies on the Prairies percolating along at a near boom-pace that has employees in short supply in many communities, the need for local grain markets and jobs are not nearly so high, and the idea of valueadded processing for farm products has been pushed largely to the backburner. Since farm commodity prices are cyclical, ultimately that may not be the best thing for our overall economy. While they

Calvin Daniels Trader Agriculture Columnist may not dip as low as they have in the past, input prices are also higher, which means that at times margins will be pressured based on the prices of export-bound grains and oilseeds. The reduced interest in value-added farm produce processing has also pushed this country into an even deeper deficit in terms of trade and food processing. While traditionally Canada has been known for supplying raw produce to the world, whether it be minerals, wood, or grain, there has been a feeling we should do more processing here. And in terms of food processing it simply never happened. In fact, the situation is getting worse. A recent Western Producer story showed just how bad a deficit there is. Author Doug Hedley, a former senior Agriculture Canada official, wrote, “Canada’s net trade in value-added processed food has deteriorated from a defi cit of about $1 billion in 2004 to $6.3 billion in 2011.” When you are talking billions, it is a massive deficit that will be hard to ever

overcome. There are reasons for the situation, starting with factors such as it being easier to ship raw grains and oilseeds to processors closer to large population bases. I have used the example before, but it remains a good one. Farmers in the Kelvington, Sask. area had the idea of making snack chips out of pea flour. It was an idea that had its merit, but the reality was bags of snack chips are bulky and expensive to transport to places like Los Angeles where there are enough people to create a market. It is easy to ship raw peas and make the chips closer to where there are large populations. The whole of Canada is a small market when compared to the U.S., or in a global economy, India, South Korea, China and Japan, and that means processing here may never catch up to exports. Of course the downside, beyond the aforementioned trade deficit in the area, is that processing jobs are being left to others. And, in a world where more and more of our daily food that shows up on our table was processed into something microwaveable, we also leave a lot of our food security in the hands of corporations outside our borders. With the current high prices that farmers are getting for their grains and oilseeds, value-added is not a priority, but it should remain something we aspire to see more of in this country.


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the most recent culprits. I skipped the half-time show on Grey Cup Sunday, so I checked the video out later and it appears the Queenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Diamond Jubilee Medal recipient from Stratford is guilty. However, as much as I like to deride Bieber, this isnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t a time that calls for it. Lipsyncing is generally to be expected at a sporting event like the 100th Grey Cup. While I have little respect for musicians who canâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t perform live, the quick, hit-and-run platform of halftime shows leaves little option. There isnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t much time to set up, so things are slapped together pretty quick. There isnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t much time to make sure the vocals are at the perfect level. The other thing about bringing in a Bieber or a Jepsen is that they are performers as much and perhaps more than they are vocalists. People donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t want to see them standing behind a mic, belting out a ballad. People want to see the Biebs dancing and moving around. Some people want to see that. If these singers are putting on a show, itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s difficult to do the moving and grooving and provide a great vocal performance. The halftime show is a promotion of the particular musician and the goal is to appeal to everybody, trying to get as many new people to tune into his music as possible. The CD already sounds exactly the way they want, so itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s the safest promotional tool available. â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Jordan Baker

As much as I love Justin Bieber, thereâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s no excuse for lip-syncing an event, especially when the artist can sing. JB, I went to your concert in Saskatoon, which was obviously live, so I know youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re talented! You could have â&#x20AC;&#x201C; and should have â&#x20AC;&#x201C; performed live at the Grey Cup. Or maybe you shouldnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t have performed period, though thatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s a whole different can of worms. Singers have a career because of their singing abilities. They sell albums, in which songs they recorded are contained. I admit that most artists digitally alter their music in the studio, to produce unique and exciting sounds. Thatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s fine with me. When I buy a CD, Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;m expecting to listen to something that has some degree of manufacturing. But a live performance should be live. Consider: Josh Ramsay sounds a heck of a lot better on a CD than he does live. Donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t get me wrong, heâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s a great performer and I really think heâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s a talented singer, but in front of a loud crowd when heâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s a bit out of breath, heâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s nothing special. But at least when he claims to perform live, he seems to be really singing. I canâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t think of another profession that is cool with faking a job well done. Remember that reporter a few years back who pretended to cover a war overseas and actually just wrote articles from his apartment in the U.S.A.? Heâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s the journalistic equivalent of lip-syncing. Sure, heâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s probably talented, but he chose to take the easier way out (for whatever reason) and didnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t perform like he should have. Thereâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s no excuse for lip-syncing. Artists should be mocked for it whenever they get caught. â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Tonaya Marr

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Celebrity in the family ... but not really Tonaya Marr Maybe Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Just Me himself at the table next to us. I noticed him, but didnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t really pay too much attention. The stranger seemed to be paying a lot of attention to our private conversation, and was staring at me in particular, but I ignored him and focused on our interview subject. When conversation

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paused for a moment, the stranger threw a napkin down onto our table, looked at me and asked, â&#x20AC;&#x153;Are you on TV?â&#x20AC;? Oh my God, I almost died. I immediately turned bright red and started to sweat. I nodded, eyeing my classmate for affirmation that this was, indeed happening. My classmateâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s face was lit up with delight â&#x20AC;&#x201C; he obviously couldnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t wait to see how this played out. Apparently oblivious to my discomfort, the

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Earthquake strikes in Quebec, no damage National OTTAWA - A small earthquake rattled a section of eastern Quebec overnight. Natural Resources Canada says the magnitude 4.2 quake hit just before 3 a.m. Eastern time just east of Matane, Que., on the Gaspe peninsula. Spokesperson Catherine Woodgold says there are no reports of damage and none is expected because of the relatively small size of the quake. Matane is about 80 kilometres east of Rimouski. *** OTTAWA - More federal politicians and senior military officials could find themselves flying commercial in the years ahead as the Harper government plans to retire and not replace most of its VIP Challenger jets. Defence sources say most of the fleet, which has often been in the news for being air taxis for senior officials, will reach the end of its service life by 2014, at which time the jets will be taken out of service. CTV News reported Monday that four-of-thesix remaining aircraft will be cut, something defence insiders say is a function

of their age and the fact the Harper government doesnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t intend to invest in a service life extension. The Conservatives, for over a decade, have made a political lightning rod out of the jets, pointing to their use as a sign of Liberal excess. Once in office, they drastically curtailed the use of the executive jets to the point where one military official, who would not be identified, said the pilots have been reduced to flying training missions as a way to keep up their qualifications. *** TORONTO - Toronto Mayor Rob Ford is expected to quickly appeal a court ruling which has ordered him out of office. Ford has vowed to fight â&#x20AC;&#x153;tooth and nailâ&#x20AC;? against what he calls a left-wing conspiracy which resulted in a judge finding he violated conflict of interest rules. Ford has 30 days to appeal and says heâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll run for mayor again if he gets no traction in the courts. His brother, Councillor Doug Ford, is calling on supporters to rally behind the mayor at a championship high school football match Rob Ford will coach

later today. Meanwhile, itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s unclear what role the embattled mayor will play in a Grey Cup parade this morning. The Toronto Argonauts have dropped a reference to Ford reading a proclamation declaring Nov. 27 Argonauts Day following the teamâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s win over the Calgary Stampeders and now say a City of Toronto declaration will be part of the event. The legal action against Ford was launched by businessman Paul Magder, who argued Ford violated the

rules when he took part in a council vote over repayment of $3,150 in donations he had solicited for his private football foundation using official city letterhead. International DOHA, Qatar - Thawing permafrost covering almost a quarter of the northern hemisphere could â&#x20AC;&#x153;significantly amplify global warmingâ&#x20AC;? at a time when the world is already struggling to reign in rising greenhouse gases, a U.N. report said on Tuesday. The warning comes

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Damn the orange juice, and Challengers, too The president of the United States flies in Air Force One, with a huge armed entourage. Multiple support aircraft, including giant C-5 Galaxies, which carry two presidential limos (the second being a decoy), untold support vehicles and the occasional helicopter (plus its decoys). On a 2010 trip to London, President Obama had 35 vehicles in all, and over 500 staff, including 200 Secret Service agents. In Canada, we’re beginning to expect our politicians to fly economy. The Globe and Mail reported on Nov. 26 that the federal government is looking at getting rid of four of its six Challenger VIP jets. These are the same jets that got General Walt Natynczyk, the former chief of defence staff, in trouble for taking one on a flight to the Caribbean. God forbid the man who is responsible for the Armed Forces of our nation actually have a military aircraft and its associated communications capabilities at his disposal.

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So it’s time for budget cutting, apparently. Excessive luxury. Way too frilly. Make them fly commercial. At least that’s what the critics of such supposed extravagances might say. Believe it or not, I’m not one of them. There are times when you can be too cheap. Let’s not forget that these are Canadian-built executive aircraft, manned by Canadian Armed Forces crews. They are bought and paid for, and should be used. The premier of Nova Scotia was recently harangued for flying first class on two trade missions to China. Opposition politicians said he should have flown economy instead. Let’s remember here, this is the chief executive officer of an entity with a $9.3 billion budget. His time is valuable. National Post columnist Jonathan Kay wrote, “Premier Dexter is the highest elected official of his province, heading to the biggest economic dynamo on the planet to try to drum up

Brian Zinchuk From the Top of the Pile trade to ensure the future prosperity of Nova Scotia. With millions, or billions, on the line for his province, is it really a big deal that he would spend a few thousand dollars to ensure a relaxing flight, decent inflight bathrooms and workspace, and the assurance that he will not greet his Chinese hosts with some fellow passenger’s coffee and/or regurgitated baby food all over his clothes?” When it comes to federal cabinet ministers, their budgets dwarf Dexter’s. Should we be putting these people in economy too? With all the kerfuffle about Bev Oda expensing a $16 glass of orange juice, did anyone think about the fact that as a representative of the government of Canada, you pay the bill when it arrives? Or

maybe her handlers should have told her, “Sorry, you are only allowed to drink water.” And don’t even dream of a glass of wine with supper. Everyone else gets to ingest real food, but you, my dear, get bread and water. The political climate today takes the attitude that politicians get and expect gold plated everything.

So we say, “cut their gold plated pensions, and pay, and everything else.” In some cases, they may have gone too far. Did you know that the pay for an MLA in Manitoba is about the same as an experienced teacher - and much less than a nurse? When you count benefits, i.e. a pension plan, the MLAs actually receive a lot less, since they cut their pensions and benefits plans. However, their employees, civil servants, do indeed get benefits. Who is going to leave a nice, secure job with a good pension, to serve the public good if there isn’t some sort of compensa-

tion? We need quality people in elected office. We need to pay them enough that it is worth it to take leave from their normal work and serve the public. When they are representing us, they shouldn’t be getting off the plane between the guy in a Hawaiian shirt and the barfing baby. If we are to be a firstclass nation, we need to remember that sometimes we need to act first class, too. Brian Zinchuk is editor of Pipeline News. He can be reached at brian. zinchuk@sasktel.net

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for walnut topping 1/4 cup brown sugar 2 tablespoons butter 1 pinch salt 1/3 cup walnuts, toasted and chopped 1. In a cup, sprinkle gelatin over cold water. In a 2-quart saucepan, heat 2 cups eggnog until just bubbling. 2. Remove from heat; stir in gelatin to dissolve. Divide among 6 (4-ounce) custard cups. Refrigerate until set, at least 4 hours.

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Bienfait, Midale on top of Big Six standings The Bienfait Coalers grabbed two wins in Big Six Hockey League action last week to stand alone as the only undefeated team in the league. Bienfait (4-0) had their way with the Carlyle Cougars on Nov. 20, with a 10-1 victory. They also took care of the Arcola-Kisbey Combines with a 7-2 win on Nov. 23. The Midale Mustangs are right behind Bienfait in the standings, sitting at 3-1-1. Midale clobbered the Redvers Rockets 8-1 on Nov. 23 and lost 3-2 in overtime to the Wawota Flyers the next night. On Nov. 27, Oxbow managed a 7-6 shootout win when they hosted Redvers, while the Mustangs marched into Carlyle and notched double digits,

The Bienfait Coalersâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Garrett Lasko goes to the net looking for a centring pass during Big Six action against the Carlyle Cougars earlier this season. coming away with a 12-6 victory. In other action last

week, the Carnduff Red Devils got past the Redvers Rockets 5-3 on Wednesday,

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Blazinâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Billy Hamilton will spark Reds

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Canadian wins MLS coach of the year award National COLUMBUS, Ohio Ryan Murray is expected to miss the rest of the season with a shoulder injury, delivering a blow to Canadaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s world junior team. The 19-year-old Everett Silvertips captain suffered a torn labrum in his left shoulder after taking a hit while playing Victoria on Nov. 16. On Tuesday, it was revealed the injury will require surgery that will sideline Murray for six months. The defenceman was the second overall pick of the Columbus Blue Jackets earlier this year and was expected to challenge for a spot on the NHL team as soon as the lockout ended. He had two goals and 17 points in 23 games for the Silvertips this season. Murray represented Canada at last yearâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s world junior championship and would likely have been a key member of the team that competes in Ufa, Russia next month. *** NEW YORK, N.Y. Canadian Frank Yallop of the San Jose Earthquakes has been honoured as Major League Soccerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s coach of the year, and the Seattle Soundersâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Eddie Johnson is comeback player of the year. After the Earthquakes finished with the 14th-best record out of 18 teams in 2011, they went 19-6-9 this season to lead MLS. Yallop, who grew up in Vancouver and is a former coach of Canadaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s national team, easily won over fellow finalists Ben Olsen of D.C United and Peter Vermes of Sporting Kansas City in voting by media, MLS players and club management. After struggling to find consistency for three years playing in Europe, Johnson

returned to MLS this season and scored 14 goals in 28 games. The forward also won comeback player of the year honours in 2007. Johnson narrowly beat out D.C. United midfielder Chris Pontius. Earthquakes forward Alan Gordon was the other finalist. *** The NHL and NHL Playersâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Association are hoping some objective voices can help bring an end to their labour dispute. With negotiations stalled on a new collective bargaining agreement, the sides have agreed to allow U.S. federal mediators into the process â&#x20AC;&#x201D; something they tried without success on a couple of occasions prior to the cancellation of the 2004-05 season. â&#x20AC;&#x153;While we have no particular level of expectation going into this process, we welcome a new approach in trying to reach a resolution of the ongoing labour dispute at the earliest possible date,â&#x20AC;? deputy commissioner Bill Daly said Monday.

Added NHLPA executive director Donald Fehr: â&#x20AC;&#x153;We look forward to their involvement as we continue working to reach an equitable agreement for both the players and the owners.â&#x20AC;? The mediation will be non-binding, meaning the sides will not be forced to go along with suggestions or recommendations made by Scot L. Beckenbaugh and John Sweeney. Those mediators are scheduled to meet separately with the league and union on Wednesday. International LONDON - The IOC will hold hearings early next month for the five athletes whose doping samples came back positive in retests from the 2004 Athens Olympics, the final step that could lead to the stripping of several medals. IOC medical commission chairman Arne Ljungqvist told The Associated Press on Monday that disciplinary hearings will determine whether the athletes should be disqualified retroactively and have

any medals revoked. Five samples came back positive earlier this year when the International Olympic Committee reanalyzed about 100 Athens samples in a bid to catch any drug cheats who avoided detection at the time. The backup â&#x20AC;&#x153;Bâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;â&#x20AC;&#x2122; samples were also retested and confirmed the positive findings. Ivan Tskikhan of Belarus, who won the silver medal in the hammer throw in Athens, was publicly identified by the Belarus Olympic Committee as among those caught in the retests. He was sent home from the London Games. The IOC has not identified the other athletes involved. *** OKLAHOMA CITY Russell Westbrook tipped away a pass, got into the open court all by himself and then braced for a big take-off and a signature throwdown dunk. Instead, he meekly flipped the ball into the basket and grinned sheepishly at the Oklahoma

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Truffle Shuffle

A pair of businesses have been started up by students at the Estevan Comprehensive School, selling baked goods until January. Truffle Shuffle and First Class Baking are comprised of students from the schoolâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s entrepreneurial class. Truffle Shuffleâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s board meeting from Nov. 22 featured some business people from the Estevan community.

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A post-secondary information day was held at the Estevan Comprehensive School on Nov. 21. A number of universities, colleges and training institutes provided information for all ECS students at special exhibit tables set up in the courtyard. Grade 11 and 12 students were also invited to attend classroom presentations and panel discussions regarding post-secondary courses and career choices.

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Location Assistants contribute to the safe, efďŹ cient and proďŹ table operation of a grain handling and/or crop input facility. SpeciďŹ c responsibilities include the storage and shipping of Western Canadian grains; operational support and assistance to location staff and customers; the operation of facility equipment and controls; and providing excellent customer service. The ideal candidate will possess proven communication and interpersonal skills; ambition and organizational skills; an orientation to accuracy and detail and excellent customer service skills. An agriculture background is an asset.



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SALES AGRONOMIST WEYBURN, SK

Sales Agronomists are responsible for delivering agronomic support to Richardson Pioneer customers by providing accurate and current crop production information to improve overall farm proďŹ tability. The ideal candidate will have a degree related to Agriculture, several years of agronomy/crop inputs sales experience and hold a Professional Agrologist designation or be eligible to obtain one. They will have excellent customer service, communication, interpersonal and organizational skills as well as strong computer competencies. A CertiďŹ ed Crop Advisor designation would be considered an asset.

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LAND AUCTION - Tammy Greer, Thursday, Dec. 6, 2012, 7:00 p.m., Taylorton Room, Days Inn, Estevan, Sask. Land Rural Municipality of Benson No. 35. SW 4-5-8 W2; NE 28-4-8 W2; NW 10-5-8 W2. Mack Auction Company, 4877815, PL 311962. LAND FOR SALE: In RM of Browning, approx. 10 miles east of Lampman. East half section of 20-5-4 W2. 310 cultivated acres, plus dugout. (Wells not included). Asking $435,000. Phone 6347693, 949-6668.

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2013 Discount on Property Taxes

Effective in 2013, discounts on the School portion of Property Taxes will not be offered as per Provincial Government directives. The City of Estevan will offer a discount of 2.5% on the City Property Tax Portion for payments made in full based on the 2012 levy until January 31, 2013. There will be no further discounts offered after January 31st. For further information, contact Tim at 634-1813 or Trina at 634-1811.

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Will the City complete some areas more than once in a major snowfall before all streets are completed? Yes, if the Priority 1 and 2 become impassable those streets would be cleared of snow again to ensure that traffic can move. Can home owners blow snow from their sidewalks, driveways and parking lots into streets? No, property owners cannot as it makes it more difficult for the city to complete a proper cleanup; it causes the streets to be rougher than necessary, causes a hazard to motorists and is prohibited by the Traffic Bylaw. The only place this is permitted is the downtown business district as they have nowhere else to shovel the snow to. Should we keep our sidewalks clear of snow? Yes, the Traffic Bylaw requires it as it makes it safer for pedestrians and those people that have to walk on the streets for work purposes such as letter carriers and meter readers. Also please make sure that extension cords crossing sidewalks to vehicles do not create trip hazards. Can we pile snow from the sidewalks on the streets? No, the only place this is allowed is the downtown business district as these buildings do not have any other area to move the snow to. Can home and business owners pile snow on their own private properties adjacent to alleys and streets?

What is the goal of the snow removal policy? The goal of the snow removal policy is to provide a timely, adequate and cost effective level of service so that streets are passable and vehicles can move in the City. Once the initial clean-up is completed standard procedure of Public Works is to continue to widen and grade streets. A copy of the full policy is available at www.estevan.ca

Yes, however make sure that the piles are not so high as to create a blind corner limiting visibility for pedestrians and motorist Can home and business owners pile snow on existing windrows? No, this creates visibility and driving hazards, makes it more difficult and time consuming to remove the windrows and is prohibited by the Traffic Bylaw.

How does the City determine what streets get cleaned first? The City classifies the streets into 3 priorities: Priority 1 – Arterial Streets Streets with high volumes of traffic and main routes through and around the City such as 4th Street – average daily traffic volume of more than 8,000. Priority 2 – Collector Roads Streets with somewhat lesser volumes of traffic and designed to route traffic from local streets to the Arterial Streets such as Nicholson Road – average daily traffic of between 1,000 and 8,000. Priority 3 – Local Streets Streets that generally only serve the people that live in that area with low volumes of traffic and mostly residential – less than 1,000 average daily traffic volume. Within Priority Three there are some streets that are extremely narrow and have to be windrowed and transported away in the same day such as Grundeen Crescent. access for snow removal equipment and have greater potential of being damaged by other vehicles and equipment. When are City snow dump areas used? The City Snow dump sites are operational from 6am – 10pm, city equipment does not operate at these locations outside of these hours.

The City also asks that: Can snow be piled in city alleys and streets? No this eliminates access for garbage collection, fire protection and other emergency services and is prohibited by the Traffic Bylaw. However it is permitted in cul-de-sacs as long as the snow is piled in the centre of the cul-de-sac only as other piles of snow impact neighbors and makes snow removal more difficult. Can I park my spare vehicle or Motor Home on the Street? Yes, however vehicles are not permitted to be parked on any streets in excess of 24 hours and cause a lot of problems for snow removal and traffic. Can I park on the streets for less than 24 hours? Yes, however in the event of a major snowstorm we ask that all vehicles be parked in driveways or other areas where possible. In the event of a Major snowstorm the City plans to have all areas windrowed where required as soon as possible, providing equipment is operational. Please do not park your vehicles on the streets if possible as the vehicles limit

• Children are kept away from snow dump sites and piles. These are dangerous areas when equipment is working, as well as voids in the piles may collapse trapping children. • Please keep clear of snow clearing equipment and crews. If possible choose an alternate route to avoid delays. • Please keep back 20m of Sanding equipment, as they will be discharging sand at intersections of streets, lanes, and high traffic zones. • Please keep all emergency exits buildings clear of snow and ice.

Your cooperation and patience is greatly appreciated

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Call 636-1621 for pre-register or info. on any program. Children’s Programs FREE! ** New Sunday hours: 1:00 – 5:00 pm Holiday Hours: December 23 – 26: CLOSED December 27 & 28: OPEN 9:30 – 6:00 December 29 – January 1: CLOSED * The library will resume regular hours Wednesday, January 2, 2013

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comes out December 14! Get into the hobbit spirit with a party at the library. The event will feature games, trivia, readings and in the true hobbit spirit, food! Attendees should bring a copy of the book so they can read their favorite quotes or passages aloud. We will also be practicing our Elfish and making Tolkien inspired sharpie mugs. All ages welcome. Costumes are encouraged. ** Attendees should bring an appetizer to share & one white coffee mug. Friday, December 14@ 4:30 to 5:30 pm – Tile Coasters & Magnets – Create beautiful & practical ceramic tile coasters & fridge magnets to give away for Christmas! 15 spots available. Saturday, December 15 @ 2:00 – Movie Afternoon: Holes – Come see the film adaptation of award winning young adult novel, Holes by Louis Sachar. Protagonist, Stanley Yelnats is under a curse. Now Stanley has been unjustly sent to a boys’ detention center, Camp Green Lake, where the warden makes the boys “build character” by spending all day, every day, digging holes for some mysterious reason. Stanley tries to dig up the truth in this inventive and darkly humorous tale of crime and punishment and redemption. Refreshments provided. Held in partnership with the Estevan Area Literacy Group. Monday, December 17 @ 6:00 to 7:00 pm – Christmas Cookie Decorating – After visiting the Holiday Christmas train, stop by the library for hot chocolate & homemade sugar cookies decorated by you! Everyone welcome. No pre-registration required! Thursday, December 20 @ 6:30 pm – Cover to Cover Book Club – This month we will be discussing The Sweet Far Thing, the third book in the Gemma Doyle trilogy by Libba Bray. Since Gemma arrived at Spence academy she has relied on an unsuspected strength and has discovered an ability to travel to an enchanted world called the realms, where dark magic runs wild. Despite certain peril, Gemma has bound the magic to herself and forged unlikely new alliances. Now, as Gemma approaches her London debut, the time has come to test these bonds. Call 636-1621 to pick up your copy today! New members always welcome! Toastmasters meet at the library every Tuesday at 7:30pm.

DECEMBER * By appointment – Hello Computer! – Come and get answers to your computer questions in one-on-one sessions. Bring your laptop or use a public computer. When registering please indicate what you would like to learn. Tuesday, December 04 & 18 @ 5:30 pm – Crafter’s Circle – Do you knit or crochet? Enjoy the company of others with the same interest. Beginners, advanced and master knitters are all welcome. A great opportunity for ongoing support; share your knowledge or benefit from the advice of other crafters. Just bring your own materials and come join the circle. Adults only. Tuesday, December 04, 11, 18 @ 6:00 pm – Sprechen Sie Deutsch? – Join Katharina Ulbrich for an introduction to the German language. This is an ongoing program and will take place at the library every Tuesday from 6:00 to 7:00 until the end of January. The classes are designed to be fun and non-competitive; those who want to learn faster will get extra homework. By the end of January students will be able to follow easy directions, introduce themselves in simple sentences, have an idea about Germany (size, regions, customs, do’s & don’ts). If there is enough interest, the program will resume in March. Call 636-1621 to register. All ages welcome. Held in partnership with the Estevan & District German “Feundschaft” Society. Saturday, December 01 @ 2:00 pm – Transform Books Back Into Trees – Need to update your Christmas décor? Come to the library and transform old books into unique Christmas decorations. What better way to recycle books than turn them back into trees? Wednesday, December 05@ 6:00 pm – Say It With a Card – Tired of giving generic, commercial Christmas cards? Join local artist Melanie Hiske to make a unique and personalized Christmas card for someone special. Come help spread the Christmas cheer! Thursday, December 06 @ 6:00 pm – Holiday Hang Me – Want to show off your Christmas cards in a fun creative way? Come to the library and make a Christmas card hanger using ribbon, clothespins, buttons and wrapping paper. Saturday, December 08 @ 3:00 to 4:30 pm – Christmas Crafter-noon – Ages 8+. Wreaths, decoupage gift boxes, painted glass, you name it! Participants will be able to choose from a wide variety of gifts to make for friends and loved ones. Only 20 spots available so sign up early. Wednesday, December 12 @ 6:00 pm – Interest in Pinterest? – Are you curious about Pinterest? Come to the library and learn to utilize this digital pin board to organize and share all the beautiful things you find on the web. Jill will explain what Pinterest is used for and demonstrate how to search, browse, create boards and pin. Thursday, December 13@ 10:30 am – Baby Time – Ages 0 – 18 months old and their caregivers. This is the perfect way to welcome baby to the Library! Join us for 30 minutes of interactive songs, rhymes and a short story. We will make a special baby craft, then stay and chat with other new parents! Thursday, December 13 @ 6:00 pm – An Unexpected Party – The Hobbit movie

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CONSTRUCTION BULLETIN The City of Estevan is undertaking concrete work and road works at: Woodlawn Reservoir The City of Estevan is undertaking construction of a Treated Drinking Water Reservoir. The affected area includes The Woodlawn Avenue Right of Way North of the St. Joseph’s Hospital. This Right of Way is not a though road and no traffic will be allowed in the area that is not involved with the reservoir construction. This work will commence March 5, 2012 and will take approximately ten (10) months to complete. Ledcor Construction Ltd. and JV&M Constructors Inc will perform this work within the current Bylaw regulations and specifications. Estevan Municipal Airport Rehabilitation Works The City of Estevan is undertaking construction works to rehabilitate existing Apron at Estevan Municipal Airport Construction on: Estevan Municipal Airport Apron 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 November 21, 2012 and will approximately complete in June 30, 2013 (subject to weather). 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 affected. Theft or Vandalism If you see any act of vandalism, theft or anyone suspiciously tampering with equipment, signage or barricades please contact call Police. Questions and Concerns The 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. “During asphalt and paving of roads could all citizens please be respectful of construction sites and observe barricades and signage for their own safety. Fines will be issued to all people not obeying the rules.”

Physicians In Estevan Nicholson Road Clinic — 634-2661 Dr. Grobler Dr. Akensete Dr. Horri Clinic @ No Frills Grocery — 634-6444 Dr. Tsoi Dr. Christie Dr. Pehlivan Hospital Foundation Clinic Dr. Sheikh — 637-2750 Dr. Omosigho — 637-2760

CITY OF ESTEVAN TENDER

The City of Estevan is looking for companies to supply the following NSF certified water treatment chemicals for the year 2013. • Chlorine liquefied gas in tonner containers • Liquid Aluminium Sulphide (Alum) derived by tanker truck • Hydrofluorisilic Acid (HFS) in poly drums • Caustic 50% in tote tanks • Ammonium Sulphate in bags • Potassium Permanganate Crystals in 25Kg drums Interested parties are invited to respond by forwarding sealed envelopes clearly marking each chemical to the following by 3:00pm on Tuesday, December 11, 2012. Complete details and tender packages are available at: Legislative Services Business Division Main Floor City Hall 1102, 4th Street Estevan, Saskatchewan S4A 0W7 Public opening of tenders will be Tuesday December 11, 2012 at 3:00 pm C.S.T., in the City Hall Lower Boardroom, ESTEVAN, Saskatchewan. For further information regarding this tender, please contact Mr. Kevin Sutter, WT/ WWT Manager at 634-1822. THE LOWEST OR ANY TENDER NOT NECESSARILY ACCEPTED.

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Employment Opportunity Position: BYLAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICER • Hours of Work: Full Time - Monday to Friday Duties and Responsibilities: Enforcement of City of Estevan Bylaws, Property Maintenance, Parking Enforcement, and Animal Control. Respond to incoming complaints and general public inquiries regarding Bylaws. Issue tickets for Bylaw offences and maintain a daily report management system. The Successful Candidate • Must possess a valid driver’s licence • Must have suitable computer skills • Must possess excellent interpersonal communication skills. • Must be able to work independently and efficiently. • Must be able to understand and work within the justice system. • Must pass a Police Security Clearance Process. Successful applicant will be placed on a one year probationary period. Applications are available at the Estevan Police Service. Return completed applications including a resume to: Chief of Police Estevan Police Service 301-11th Ave. Estevan, Sask. S4A 1C7 Only successful candidates will be contacted.

GUARD/MATRON

The Estevan Police Service is seeking applications for the position of Guard/Matron. Successful applicants must be honest, trustworthy and able to work independently with little supervision. The Guard/Matron will provide constant observation of persons who are being held in custody. Retired persons are also encouraged to apply. Successful applicants will be on call and will have the right to turn down shifts. Applicant must pass a Security Clearance. If you would like to apply or would like to receive further information please contact the Estevan Police Service at

301-11th Ave., Estevan, Saskatchewan. S4A 1C7 Or call 306 634 4767. You can also email schartrand@estevanpolice.ca Del Block – Chief of Police Estevan Police Service

City of Estevan Tender The City of Estevan is accepting bids for daily office cleaning at the Estevan Regional Airport (Term to last one year). Sealed bids should be sent to the following address and must be received no later than December 4, 2012 @ 2:30pm: Legislative Services Business Division Main Floor – 1102 – 4th Street City of Estevan Estevan, SK S4A 0W7 Public opening of tenders shall take place at 2:30 p.m., C.S.T., Tuesday, December 4, 2012 in the Council Chambers, City Hall, Estevan, Saskatchewan. For more information, and/or a complete list of cleaning requirements, please contact Judy Pilloud at cityclerk@estevan.ca or call 306-634-1852. THE LOWEST OR ANY TENDER NOT NECESSARILY ACCEPTED.

Are you looking for something to do? Tired of TV as an activity? Want to make a difference and be part of something bigger! Estevan Fire Rescue Services is accepting applications for PAID ON CALL FIREFIGHTERS (these are not full time positions) Can you answer yes to the following questions? • Are you looking to help your community stay safe? • Do you like to help people that are in need? • Are you a team player? • Do you want to be part of a noble profession?

Looking to get rid of an old derelict vehicle? The fire department is willing to pick up any junked motor vehicles that could be used for Fire Training purposes.

Please contact Ron Tocker, Fire Chief • 634-1850 City Council seeks three (3) persons interested on serving on a Committee established to review Remuneration paid to Members of Council. The City has completed research on this matter and it is expected that the Committee will conduct this review and make recommendations to City Council. Committee members will be eligible to receive a $100.00 per day payment for time spent working on the Committee. Council will review the recommendations and determine what remuneration should be for the new Council Members elected at the General Election in October 2012. Please advise the following in writing of your interest to serve on this committee to the following by November 30, 2012: James Puffalt, RMA, CMMA City Manager 1102 4th Street, Estevan, Sk., S4A 0W7 citymanager@estevan.ca

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