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Money Problems? From left are Karen Klarholm, Kaley Klarholm, Selena Wiebe, Charlie Bowen, Karissa Gustafson and Michael Wiebe, who are part of the Macoun group heading to Haiti in February to do mission work.

Group of youth prepare for trip to Haiti A Macoun group is heading back to Haiti to lend their support to the impoverished country, and this time they’ll be taking some younger souls with them. Some of the adults who attend the Macoun Evengelical Church have made several trips to Haiti to build schools, and Pastor Charlie Bowen has made four trips. It’s become an annual mission for the last five years, and he’s ready to make his fifth appearance, when he takes a group of 16 and 17-year-olds there in February. “There was an idea floating in one of our family camps one summer about trying to get a Saskatchewan work team to go down (to Haiti) and I just brought that back here, and it just caught on in people’s hearts. It’s something God wanted us to do, to help others,” said Bowen. This is the first time the church has opened up the mission to include young people, and a number of them quickly jumped at the opportunity. Haley Klarholm, Selena and Michael Wiebe

and Karissa Gustafson are among the eight youth heading to Haiti for the first time. “They have no idea what they’re in for,” joked Bowen. The youth will spend most of their time interacting with and teaching some of the children in the area in which they are stationed. “We’re teaching them a little English. In the years past (the Macoun group) built a school and church,” said Karissa. There is a different group that will be building a new school and church in January. The Macoun group will be teaching inside that new building. “I’m excited to go down because we live in a first-world point of view where we think everybody is kind of like us, and they do OK, when we really that doesn’t happen. There are a lot of impoverished countries that don’t have the ability to do things that we do,” she said. They agree that visiting Haiti is a way to alter their perspective of the world and develop a better understanding of the conditions a lot of the population

lives under. Haley said, “They announced it in church one day (that youth would be allowed to volunteer for the mission) and said that they have eight spots to go.” Those spots were filled on a first-come, first-served basis. “We’ve been trying, me, my mom and my dad, we’ve been trying to go before, so since they’re doing it, I was kind of thrown into the mix,” she said. “We’ve all been kind of looking forward to an opportunity to go,” added Karissa. “Either way, I wanted to go to the next one that came around,” said Michael, “and then all of a sudden they said youth are going, so I though, ‘Oh sweet, I’m not going to be the only kid.’” Bowen said as a church board, they were thinking again about how they could others. “One of the ideas that came up was maybe we should look at taking the youth down to Haiti to see what kind of interest there is. We made it available and have had great enthusiasm,”

he noted. Karissa said the experience is likely to be a “shock” for them. As they’ve seen photos and heard stories of some of the people in their church who have previously gone down, they know a little bit what it’s like, but still not entirely what to expect. Selena said, “We take a lot of things for granted too, so it will be nice to see the other side. We do have an idea, but I think if we’ll be experiencing it ourselves and seeing it ourselves, then it will really dig a lot deeper.” She added that she’s looking forward to meeting the people because, “from what I’ve heard, the kids are a lot fun.” The group is organizing a bottle drive in Estevan on Nov. 5, going door-todoor to raise money to get everybody to the Caribbean country. They are planning doing a second bottle drive after Christmas as well. If anyone wishes to contact either Karen Klarholm or Bowen about donating bottles they can be reached at 634-8826 and 634-9392, respectively.

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Cutting out meat isn’t a happy prospect Well, it turns out we should probably all be vegetarian. One thing I never thought I would ever consider is cutting meat of my diet. I still have no intention to do away with my carnivorous appetite, but very recently the thought popped into my head, and I asked the question, should I stop eating meat? Needless to say, I surprised the hell out of myself by asking that question. I was more surprised by the answer I gave, which was a resounding probably. This wasn’t a righteous answer, because I don’t think it’s wrong to slaughter an animal and eat it. That’s how species have been surviving for millions of years. My answer was much more linked to the amount of waste that goes into raising livestock. I’ve never been a farmer, though roughly 90 per cent of everyone I know back home is, so my experience with farming is all secondhand. It’s still pretty thorough for someone who has never caught a chicken. I grew up with a lot of chicken catchers. It takes a lot of energy and food to turn a calf into a cow, and maybe that just isn’t a sustainable way to produce food

Jordan Baker Thoughts From My Fingers anymore, if it ever truly was. Grazing cattle that feed off pasture grasses is a very different story than the factory farm cows feeding off corn. But those factory farms are necessary to keep up with our appetite for beef. That’s where I am starting to draw the line. I don’t expect to ever cut meat out of my dinner-plate repertoire, but cutting back is something I’ve already done and am very comfortable with. I now consider myself a non-practising vegetarian. I think it’s very noble and something I probably should do. There are plenty of benefits, but I have no intention of sitting out on steak Thursdays. I hate being conflicted about issues because there’s usually a particular side that I can stamp my foot on. While I was at one time firmly planted in the factory-farm-me-a-

burger category, I am now doing a lot of straddling. My sister is in school studying holistic nutrition, and while I am nowhere near developing the same kind of diet she is, I am much more aware of the food I eat and where it comes from. That said, from time to time I still have no problem cooking up a frozen pizza or drinking juice. I will always drink juice, something that appeared to mortify my sister when I made that declaration. Meat is, and always has been, the centrepiece to what the rest of my meal is going to be. That’s how we ate in my family when I was growing up. Sometimes there would be a casserole or other dish, but my favourite meal was a nice roast. Meat is convenient to cook. Just put it in some heat until done. Non-meat dishes take more work to prepare, so it’s tough for someone like me. I like cooking, but I don’t like prepping anything. The most prepping I do is taking some meat out to thaw while I’m at work all day. One good thing that could come of vegetarianism is that I would no longer forget to take the meat out in the morning.

Finding forum for farmer’s issues In the world of agriculture we are into the time of year where issues tend to cool, and farmers have a moment to exhale and relax just a little bit. Harvest is complete, and in the case of 2011 it was a long fall season with generally good weather conditions that allowed farmers to put the crop in the bin without a lot of adversity. The result for most was an average crop, or better, that was put in the bin in good condition, in a year when grain and oilseed prices are as good across the board as they have ever been. The mood regarding the 2011 crop has to be generally good. With the current crop harvested, it is still too early for most farmers to begin more than rudimentary planning for 2012, so that is not yet on the issue agenda. In Saskatchewan there is an election that might attract some farmer attention, but agriculture is not exactly high on the issue agenda, and that is the case for a couple of reasons. On one hand, many of the key issues in terms of farmers relate to safety nets. For the most part, the programs that are shared with

Calvin Daniels Trader Agriculture Columnist the federal government are long-term deals that neither the Saskatchewan Party, nor the New Democrats, are about to opt out of. And then there is the simple truth of money. In Saskatchewan, health care, education, and debt payment take up the largest portion of the province’s spending pie. With all the other areas such as highways, social services, agriculture and various departments left to divvy up the crumbs of what money remains, there is simply little expectation of significant change in agriculture spending. So while the vote Nov. 7 in Saskatchewan is important, it is not a big event in terms of key issues. This takes most farmers back to the issue of the dismantling of the Canadian Wheat Board.

There is a lot of effort being put into rallying support for a last-ditch effort to make the federal government pay attention in terms of maintaining the single desk selling agency for Western Canadian wheat, durum and export barley. It is interesting that an organization such as the Yorkton Chamber of Commerce is hosting a debate on the issue, even as the Saskatchewan Chamber has come out in favour of change. That a local chamber is wading into the fray by providing a public forum for both sides is interesting, although it might be too late to have an effect since the Conservatives look completely entrenched in their view and in their course of action. It is too bad the debates had not been held earlier, and that there was some feeling the federal government might listen to the groundswell. While Prime Minister Stephen Harper and Agriculture Minister Gerry Ritz have deaf ears when it comes to the issue of the wheat board, the way of democracy is to raise a voice and hope the powers in Ottawa finally realize it is voters who are talking.

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We look good, don’t we? Tonaya Marr My mom and I were out for a walk this past summer and saw some young girls walking around wearing teeny, tiny jean shorts with chunky skateboarding shoes. They were accessorized with poorly coloured extensions. The overall look was pretty awkward, and inspired my mom to say, “What on earth are they thinking?� I do agree, they looked ridiculous. And then I remembered how I used to dress. And how everyone I grew up with used to dress. Crimped hair with a scrunchy. The more intricate the scrunchy, the better. And if you could have two scunchies, one on each of your Sailor Moon pigtails, that was even better. Then pigtails moved lower. They had to be pinstraight and secured over the ears. Emphasis on the straight, something my strangely frizzy hair could never quite accomplish. This was a style I admired from afar. Does anyone else re-

Maybe It’s Just Me member the slicked-backagainst-your-skull pony tail? One of my friends actually cut out a chunk of hair that wouldn’t sit completely flat, no matter how much gel or water she used to force it down. I don’t think it sat flat ever again after that. How about T-shirts with lame sayings? I was guilty of this one. I remember having a shirt that said “Release the Clones! ‘Cause everyone should have a mini me!� That’s embarrassing. I’m actually cringing thinking about it. Oh, another good one was the hair flip. Flat on top (for some reason we were all against volume of any kind by this point) and then one uniform flip. The more

uniform the flip, the better. I’m pretty sure no one had bangs during this period, to allow for more flippage. Speaking of bangs, weren’t the two-piece bangs a real treat? Two pieces, both less than an inch thick, outlining everyone’s faces. I remember asking my aunt to let me colour the pieces. I thought pink would be a reasonable colour. Fortunately her good sense prevailed. What about jeans that had multiple washes? I had a pair that, on top of being super-wide legged bell bottoms, were dark wash at the bottom, but faded to almost white at the waist. I wish I still owned these jeans. Remember when the boys permed their overly-

long hockey hair? I like to think it was part of their attempts to look like Will Ferrell. It’s horrifying looking back and thinking about how I used to look when I left my house. It’s just as scary to think about what my friends wore, and how we all styled our hair. And it’s funny how we thought we looked good. Kind of how those silly girls in their giant shoes and fried extensions think they look good. So I think a better question for my mother is: why do their mothers let them leave the house like that? Because clearly parenting is at the root of the problem. Tonaya secretly still owns shirts with cheesy sayings and multi-coloured jeans. She also likes to wear her hair tightly pulled back against her scalp as often as she can. She misses the nineties and wishes everyone else would just go back to wearing cool nineties clothing. Please. E-mail Tonaya your thoughts at tonaya. marr@gmail.com.

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Festival supports art gallery and artists The annual Festival of Art is once again here to raise support for the Estevan Art Gallery and Museum. Amber Andersen, EAGM curator, said that this fundraiser, which in the past has been a Christmas Festival of Art fundraiser, is the primary one for the art gallery, bringing in about $7,000 last year. Andersen said the evening is very beneficial to them as well as the artists. “Something I always like to highlight is the support of the artists is so important for events like these. I think they really should be saluted for their generous offers,” she said. The Festival of Art is one of the most important annual fundraisers for the art gallery. “Where it’s really important is when we get our operating grants, our money from the City, traditionally these are moneys that go toward capital maintenance. Human resources is another grant we can apply for, creating professional archives and getting art in. The one place that we kind of lack money is for things like education, as an example, so we put the money towards that.” They are looking at adding to the art classes they are already doing at the gallery. “We’re hoping to start developing more adult classes and classes geared to immigrants. When we raise money like this, that gives us room to grow in terms of education and development.” Andersen said they will be working with the Southeast Newcomer Services to attract immigrants to the area and help let them know these classes are provided through the

art gallery. She hopes to get those classes going early in 2012. “Things like Ukrainian Easter eggs, that kind of thing, where we explore their culture, and it’s something where we bring everyone together. It’s going to be open to everyone.” Many artists who will have pieces featured for both the live and silent auctions are local, but some have been submitted from Regina, Saskatoon, western Manitoba and Montreal, with 32 pieces available to be bid on. “There’s something for everyone. We have all different kinds of mediums here.” The pieces include ceramic, painting, drawing and photography. “I try to get things that I think would appeal to someone, to everyone. When you get in there, it’s exciting because you are going to find that piece (that catches your eye), or if you’re me you’re going to find those eight or nine pieces.” She said that she was dealth with a lot of the featured artists in the past, but she is always open to accepting works that others may wish to donate. Andersen said it’s great exposure for local artists who receive a lot of exposure from the evening’s auction. “We heavily advertise it, and we heavily push it and we really want to show the best of your work. So for artists, it’s always a really good night because you’re going to get a lot of advertisement for your work. “It’s a night of just relaxing and experiencing nice art and food,” said Andersen. “It’s a really fun event, and it’s a great

opportunity to support the art gallery. And you get to walk home with a piece of art, which a really beautiful exchange. It’s entertaining, and it’s a really good way to raise funds.” The Festival of Art is being held at the Days Inn Plaza on Nov. 5. Tickets are still available through the art gallery and Henders Drugs.

At left, Natalie Buongiorno, the assistant curator intern at the Estevan Art Gallery and Museum, and Karly Millions, education co-ordinator, stand with some of the pieces that will be available for auction at the Festival of Art gala on Nov. 5.

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Do you prefer e-readers or hard texts?

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With Kindles, Kobos and the slew of new tablets hitting the market, pending various legal actions taken by Apple, these devices really are the future of reading. Having said that, I am not on board yet and am still unwilling to part with my textile books. The printing press was one of the greatest and most important inventions of of all time, but it is quickly becoming obsolete whether I like it or not. Novels, magazines and newspapers will one day be almost nonexistent in print form, but with the rise of the tablet readers, this prospect isn’t quite so troublesome as it was when the only solution for a no-print world was to simply be plastered on the Internet without any pagination. When a story is paginated on a page with advertising, the only thing that keeps newspapers and magazines afloat, enough money can come in to make sure the product quality doesn’t sink. Moving from a web page to a laid out package displayed on an e-reader, the advertising dollars can still flow in. While I read newspapers online, I still love to read books with my hands turning pages and I have no interest in changing right now. I will wait until I absolutely have to. That day is much farther away for books than it is newspapers, even though newspapers have been much slower to catch on to the trend. I tried to make the jump to audio books because an aunt of mine thought they were all the rage and swore by them. I couldn’t focus. It was background noise until it said “Chapter Two,” and then I thought, “What happened in Chapter One?” I listened to that first chapter three times before I had any idea of what happened, and I was frustrated because I didn’t even have the book handy to fling across the room. I picked up a hard copy shortly thereafter, so I’m a little skeptical about things that mess with my reading habits. I remember my profs in college talking about how newspapers aren’t going anywhere, even though the print world was collapsing from all sides in an apocalyptic media meltdown at the time. They said there are people who still love to be able to feel it in their hands and just hold that ever-greying paper. Those people end with the Boomers. My generation is who the media world must cater to in the future, and we have no such attachments to holding inky paper. The e-readers are the future, and the future is coming, but it isn’t here yet.

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THE BOLD AND THE BEAUTIFUL Hope and Liam compared notes about what happened in Aspen and what led him to marry Steffy. Taylor refused to believe that Steffy conspired with Bill. Nick and Brooke renewed their friendship. Thorne demanded big changes at the top of Forrester Creations. Amber and Rick reminisced about their stormy past. Taylor was forced to choose sides in Ridge and Thorne’s disagreement. Amber’s self-esteem took a hit after her business meeting with Jackie. Wait to See: Jackie eavesdrops on Ridge and Eric’s private conversation.

DAYS OF OUR LIVES Abigail was worried that Chad was interested in Melanie again. Marlena sensed the tension between Will and Gabi. Someone was conducting illegal bets on Chad and Sonny’s new website. Jennifer rewarded Daniel’s kindness with a kiss. Kate was horrified to learn that her son Austin was living with Sami again. Sami wasn’t happy with the chemistry between Brady and Madison. At the Halloween party, Chad mistook Melanie for Abigail and kissed her. Maggie was shocked to learn that Daniel was her biological son. Wait to See: Bo surprises Hope with a romantic gesture. GENERAL HOSPITAL Carly and Shawn grew closer after he talked to her about his post-traumatic stress disorder. Jason and Sam discussed the pros and cons of having a baby. Kate made a lunch date with Sonny after

their kiss. Lulu considered ending her secret engagement to Dante. Jason received a call assuring him that Franco was in Canada. Lucky traveled to Ireland to visit the church that Siobhan wrote about in her letter. Carly swore Jason to secrecy after telling him the truth about Jax. Dante had some tough questions for Michael. Wait to See: Sonny receives some news about Brenda. ONE LIFE TO LIVE Tina encouraged Viki to pursue a romance with Clint. Todd was granted his freedom after Nora realized that he didn’t kill Victor. Rama and Vimal bonded after sharing their secrets. Tomas surprised Blair with a passionate kiss. Marcie reminded John about Brody’s violent past. Starr and Rick clashed during the music video shoot. Aubrey and Rex shared an unexpected connection. Tina wore Viki’s old wedding dress to the

I read for fun. I just want you all to know. Reading is fantastic, and I’d sooner read a good book than watch TV. Anyway, we’re talking about reading tablets and books. And you know, before I received a Kobo reading tablet for my birthday, I would have said that books reign supreme, and always will reign supreme. Now I have a hard time leaving my Kobo alone for even 10 minutes. There are so many things I can read without ever having to step outside the comforts of my WiFi. It’s so convenient! Crazy! Not to say that books are dead. I still love books. I just also have made a new, special place in my heart for my Kobo. Consider the convenience of a Kobo. It’s teeny and light. It fits my school bag and doesn’t weigh it down. I can have multiple books on there at once, assuming I like to read several books at one time. I can download previews for books, which gets rid of that awkward, semi-illegal book previewing I used to do in bookstores until employees chased me off. Books seem to be cheaper when bought on my Kobo. I can buy books I wouldn’t buy at the bookstore for fear of the sales clerks judging me. Like those novels at the back of a Cosmo magazine. Definitely not an intellectual read. Also, and this might just be me, but how awful does paper feel when you touch it? Grosses me right out. Books, however, are so permanent. I’d never buy a novel on a reading tablet that I wanted to keep. As cool as they are, someday technology is going to replace it with something newer and cooler. I hope to someday pass on my favourite books to my own family, so they can enjoy Harry and his crazy adventures as much as I have. I’m not going to e-mail them a .PDF. You don’t read your kids a .PDF to help them fall asleep. Plus, you can’t fill library shelves with digital books. I want to be able to go to a library and check out something physical, something I can hold. Library books covered in germs and with pages stuck together by greasy fingers. Wonderful. As much as I love my Kobo, I know that books are never going to be replaced in my life. I’m still going to stuff my shelves with novels. There’s a balance that can be met if one owns a reading tablet and novels and this is my greatest advice: if it’s just for fun and you won’t be heartbroken to lose it in the inevitable technology crash, buy it digitally. If you want to keep it forever and use it to fill the shelves of your in-home library, buy it in print.

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Halloween party. Cutter had a shocking surprise in store for Rex. Tomas asked Blair if she was still carrying a torch for Todd. Wait to See: John walks in on Natalie wearing her wedding dress. THE YOUNG AND THE RESTLESS The suspects in Diane’s murder were summoned to the warehouse, where video footage of the scene of the crime played before them. Nick was quick to point out that Adam, too, should be a person of interest. Genevieve turned Colin’s notebook in to the police as he was led away in handcuffs. Victor was surprised to learn that Nikki didn’t plan to return home after her stay in rehab. Lily welcomed Cane back into her life after realizing all that he had done to protect her and the twins. Kevin said yes to Chloe’s marriage proposal. Wait to See: Nikki plans a trip. (c) 2011 King Features Synd., Inc.

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Crosby author writes Krimm tale with message of hope The new book about a bank robber and his countryserving brother looks at how two people can lead very different paths after a childhood of abuse. The Brothers Krimm, a new book by the editor of the Crosby Journal, details how the Krimm brothers of Taylor, Mich. were both victims of abuse, but one became an honourable serviceman in the military while the other robbed banks all over Western Canada and the northern United States. Cecile Wehrman reported on the local robberies committed by Jimmy Krimm, the police chase and his suicide, before deciding to write the book on the lives of both the serial bank robber and his brother who served 20 years in the U.S. Marines and Air Force. She has been touring with her book since midSeptember and appeared at the Estevan Library for a book reading and author session on Saturday. Jimmy’s last bank robbery was in Williston, N.D. in 2009, after which the police chased him to Fortuna, a small community west of Crosby. Wehrman arrived home that evening to a phone call reporting a bank robber, who had been last seen a couple miles from her house, was on the loose. “I said, ‘Are you kidding?’ This doesn’t happen. You guys know how it is around here too, even with the influx of people with the oil boom. Even now, if someone told you there was a bank robber, that doesn’t happen every day,” said Wehrman.

When Wehrman went in to the office the next day, she began working on a story for The Journal regarding a bank robber who had been on the loose the night before and then committed suicide. She said the story could have ended there. “We could have just left it at that, but there was something about the story that grabbed hold of me and just would not let go. A couple of days later when I saw his mugshot in the paper, personally, I needed more answers. I wanted to know who this guy was and how he got in my backyard.” She soon learned that Jimmy had a brother Rob, who had served two decades in the military. “It was at that point that I learned there was another sibling who went on the right path, and virtually for the same amount of time his brother went on the wrong path. That was when I suddenly realized, there’s more of a story here.” Both brothers were abused as children, Jimmy by someone they don’t know, she said, and Rob was abused physically and sexually by Jimmy for about five years when they were growing up at home. “They both had that same traumatic incident, but Jimmy went on to be a bank robber, and his brother went on to serve is country honourably. So I wanted to explore what causes that to happen. That was the nugget that spoke to me, because I am a survivor of childhood sexual abuse myself.” Wehrman noted that it isn’t typical that a journalist

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said the grocery receipt was one that stood out to her. “The most telling number to me was his last known grocery receipt. It wasn’t until Rob came up last February with materials from his brother’s car that we hadn’t looked at previously, and he found the receipt from two days before his death. Have you ever gone into a Walmart and spent less than $3? It’s pretty tough to do, unless that’s all you have. “Not that I feel sorry for him, but it paints a pretty vivid picture, if you can imagine a man roaming the

countryside, driving around, and he’s got $3 to his name, so he goes to Walmart because that’s all he can afford to buy, until on Monday when the banks open, and he goes and gets paid again, so to speak.” She said the book really does share a positive message through the hero of the book, Rob. She and Rob got married just a few weeks ago in September. He was with her on Saturday. The book isn’t just about a bank robber who goes from town to town terrorizing banks, but it’s also about the survival and strength of Rob.

“Who would want to read a just book that glamorizes the exploits of this guy who’s a jerk?” she said. “I hate what he did to Rob, and I do not excuse how he victimized other people for one second, but I can still have sympathy for the victim he once was. Rob was lucky that he had several people that came into his life and made a difference. This kid literally never stood a chance.” She signed copies for those who purchased books that day. The book is available online at Amazon and locally at Henders Drugs.

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Time to buy those tickets to Greece In mid-September I wrote in this space, “We must be wary of any pie in the sky election promises. The precise reason why we are not in tough times is because of an established tradition of being tight with spending combined with high commodity prices in potash, oil and wheat. We need to be cautious of another marked drop in commodity prices should a true double-dip recession take hold worldwide. “Buying votes in 2011 is the last thing Saskatch-

ewan needs. Punish anyone who says that is the way to go, perhaps by buying them a plane ticket to Greece.” With the election platforms now out for both the New Democratic Party and the Saskatchewan Party, the chickens have come home to roost. There is a marked and dramatic difference between the two platforms. The list of NDP promises is long, and costly. By their accounts, it will be $2.3 billion, while the Saskatchewan Party is claim-

Brian Zinchuk From the Top of the Pile ever, the opening statement in their costing document from M.C. McCracken, CEO of Informetrica Limited, noted, “You have expressed a willingness to discuss the possibility of resource-revenue sharing

ing that number would be more like $3.1 billion. While NDP leader Dwain Lingenfelter spoke of revenue sharing with First Nations, I couldn’t find that line item in their costing document. How-

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million for the rainy day fund. On this point, both fall down. Saskatchewan should be trying to achieve that level in each of the next four years, and quite possibly much more than that, so that the remaining $3 billion or so in provincial, non-Crown debt can be wiped off the slate within this next term. Nearly all the NDP’s money comes from putting the boots to the potash industry by raising potash royalties. They claim it’s not much compared to potash revenues, but consider this: what happens if revised royalties scare off the several new mines in development? Did you know that Akita Drilling Rig 15 is today drilling just east of Melville, while Nabors’ Drilling Rig 24 is just northeast of Stockholm? They’re defining the ore body for BHP Billiton’s likely follow-up mine to Jansen Lake, near Melville, which will be close in size to Jansen, projected to be the largest potash mine in the world. This is just one of several mines in development by BHP and other contractors. If we don’t mess with this development, the potential, long-term growth in our economy through jobs, income taxes, and additional potash royalties for the next 40 years will likely grow organically and make up for the additional money the NDP wants to grab in royalties, but without chasing away the new jobs. I think we now know for whom to buy the tickets to Greece. Brian Zinchuk is editor of Pipeline News. He can be reached at brian. zinchuk@sasktel.net

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Estevan square and round dance report Submitted by Barbara Gillies Publicity A general meeting of the Estevan Diamond Dancers Square Dance Club and the Estevan Round Dancers Dance Club was held during the summer. At that time, it was decided to join the two clubs under one executive. The following executive was chosen: president couple - Bernie and Marg Ustupski, vice-president couple - Bob and Sherry Coleman, secretary - Paulette Dunford, treasurer couple - Gary and Joy Steinke, public relations couple - Barry and Barbara Gillies, phoning - Lorna Stubel, lunch couple - John and Liz Sargent, archive couple - Arnold and Betty Schlapkohl, and caller and cueing couple - Bob and Marian Lees. Beginner square dance lessons began on Oct. 3 and run through until Dec. 4. Contact people are Bob and Marian Lees (421-1545) and Bob and Sherry Coleman (6342544 or 634-3989). The fee for the lessons is $60 per person or $120 for a couple, and this includes full membership in the dance club for the 201112 season. Lessons are on Mondays from 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. in the basement of St. Giles Anglican Church. Round dance lessons begin on Jan. 16, 2012 through to March 26. Regular dances are on Wednesdays this year, and they began on Oct. 5. Further information may be obtained by phoning Bernie and Marg Ustupski at 634-5118. Bernie and Marg Ustupski enjoyed a five-week holiday this past summer. They spent three weeks in North Vancouver visiting Adele, Jeff and their grandson, Oliver. Exploring Vancouver, Lynn Valley, Stanley Park and the sea wall were a few highlights. Adele and Oliver then arrived in Estevan on Sept. 17 for a visit here. Bob and Sherry Coleman and family went on a wonderful Alaskan cruise from July 7 to 19. Much to their delight, the weather was wonderful at

all times. Betty and Arnold Schlapkohl had their daughter visit them for a few days during the summer. Condolences go to Betty and Arnold on the passing of their brotherin-law, John Gress. Don and Frankie Mortenson went to Regina for the Thanksgiving weekend where they visited their grandson, Ryan Harris while his parents and brother, Cos, attended the interprovincial soccer games at St. John’s, Nfld. Cos is a member of the Saskatchewan team. Sympathy is extended to Bob Fichter on the passing of his wife, Sharon; to Joyce Beggs on the passing of her husband, Kenn; to Barbara Gillies and Joy Steinke on the passing of their mother, Maude Kendall; and to Charles Bigney on the passing of his wife, Catherine. Thoughts and prayers go out to all of them. Barry and Barbara Gillies enjoyed a few short holiday breaks this past summer. They attended the annual Gillies’ reunion held near Melville, Sask. on the July 1 weekend, at which there were 50 family members. They took in the annual Threshermen’s Weekend at Austin, Man., and the musical in Medora, N.D. Both times they met up with Faye and Don Mantei of Estevan, whose company they enjoyed. Barry spent a lot of time in the spring and early summer pumping water in North Portal, Roche Percee, Hirsch and Bienfait areas. Joy and Gary Steinke had their grandchildren visit for several days during the summer before they and their parents moved to Edmonton. Joy and Gary spent a few days at Whitecourt, Alta., where they attended the wedding of their niece, Kristina Kendall. They also attended the Manitou Springs’ Danceland Weekend at Watrous, Sask., where they thoroughly enjoyed the dancing as well as the swimming and soaking. They visited their daughter, Jenn and family in Edmonton during the Thanksgiving holiday.

Kenn and Joyce Beggs had a wonderful seven day adventure with West World Tours in August during which they took a coach and train trip to Churchill, Man. It was a trip they had always wanted to make. They travelled by coach to Thompson, then by train through the boreal forest and over the tundra to the Port of Churchill on the shores of Hudson Bay. They saw polar bears in the distance, and lots of beluga whales up close. They also toured a large terminal that ships grain from the Prairies all over the world. The following was written by Marian Lees. It pretty well describes the summer for many of the Estevan dancers. The Lost Summer!!! For some of us, we never got a chance to do any of what we thought we would do this summer. The spring was nothing to speak of - what with the snow, rain and more rain.

The real crunch came on June 18 when water inundated our house. We hurriedly threw some things into the trailer and moved out to Bob’s brother’s place north of Hitchcock. There was no shortage of water there either, but with some careful driving we were able to get back to Estevan once the water had receded. Once we got back into the yard, the work began; pumping water for three-four days so we could get to the house. Many hours were spent washing more dishes than I thought I had, and clothes till we couldn’t think any more. We took a welcome reprieve in June, attending the Danceland Weekend at Watrous. In August, we spent a week in Wetaskiwin, Alta., attending a callers’ school. Bob has not had to go out on the road this summer as he was busy here at home and there has not been more hail than the other adjusters could handle.

However, he did get a call in September, saying the boss really could use him if he had time. What else to do as we are sitting in limbo waiting for the government to decide what its next step will be. So he has had a few days to think of something else. Always we had to come back to reality and it was not always pleasant for us this summer as our square/round dance community has suffered great losses. We lost four dear friends from our close circle of friends, not to mention friends who lost their loved ones. We will be living at a new address this winter as we managed to find a house in Estevan. We were beginning to wonder where we would be spending the winter, but I guess it will be here at home rather than somewhere in the warmer climates. With a new dance season just around the corner, we hope that it will be a great one,

and we will glean some new friends to add to our list. We are waiting to see you on the dance floor. Several club members attended the Zone 8 Fall Dance held on Sunday, Oct. 16 at the Grace United Church in Weyburn. The Weyburn Club also was celebrating its 50th anniversary. Joyce Beggs of Estevan was presented with a long-service award from the Canadian National Square and Round Dancing Society in recognition of the over 50 years she and Ken had spent working with and promoting square and round dancing. In the early ‘60s, Kenn and Joyce were the caller/ teacher couple for the Estevan club. They also served in the same capacity for the Weyburn club for a few years. The Beggs have devoted countless hours promoting and working with the Estevan club, for which the members are deeply grateful.

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Tricks, treats and costumes Halloween is almost here and what fun this one day brings. Children get the opportunity to dress up and enjoy parties at school and then race through their neighbourhoods/towns in an effort to fill pillowcases and Halloween bags with treats that will last throughout the year. As a child, Halloween was one of those fun days I always looked forward to. My mum was masterful at pulling together costumes that would be sure to place us in the running at the school contests. In our day, homemade was the way to go. From memory, there were no store bought costumes that came complete with every thread that made the costume picture perfect. Rather, we had to dig through boxes in the attic, use our imagination and pull together costumes that took work and effort on all parts.

I remember the year my sister and her friend went dressed as Charlie Brown and Linus. Their costumes were pulled together with the help of two creative mothers and some great papier m c h heads that resembled the characters in a most incredible way. I once dressed as a female RCMP officer complete with the perfect yellow-striped pants and a crisp red coat. It was a great costume. Needless to say, pulling our costumes together was fun and challenging. As a mother of three I still enjoy Halloween and helping my children pull together creative costumes. We prefer to create and make rather than buy a costume in a bag. I’m challenged by Halloween costumes that I see in the stores. Actually, challenged isn’t the right word. I’m disgusted. Why? Because there is a lot of

Susan Sohn Welcome to Real Life conversation surrounding the over sexualization of our children right now, through advertising and television shows, music videos, etc. Soft porn seems to be dominating and as a society we are becoming desensitized. Girls and boys are being objectified and it appears that our value system is shifting. How do Halloween and the costumes fit into this equation? Well, when a costume called “Naughty Nurse” or “Racy Red Riding Hood” or “The Pimp” comes in Size 5 to accommodate a child in kindergarten, I see a problem. It just isn’t right.

Surely Halloween should be about children dressing up in age-appropriate costumes. What happened to dressing up as a fireman or the tasteful pretty princess or the respectful nurse? What about dressing up as a cat or even a pumpkin? Is there a reason to dress children

in a way that compromises their childhood? Maybe I’m alone in thinking this. Whatever the case, I think we need to remember that growing up too fast isn’t necessary, that children deserve their innocence to be protected and given to them. I, for one, am so excited about my children’s costumes this year. Thus far we have had to make our own Red Riding Hood cape because the only ones we could find in the store were for “Racy Red Riding Hood” and my 13-year-old found those costumes to be revealing and distasteful.

My 10-year-old is going as a ‘70s disco guy (very funny) and my six-year-old as a chocolate chip cookie. All of these costumes have taken time to develop and create and as I read yesterday, “the most expensive gift you can give kids is your time.” I’m so glad we have spent this time together and I can’t wait to take photos as they head off to school on Friday for their Halloween parties. Enjoy your Halloween. Susan J Sohn susanjsohn.com/thefamily susanjsohn@yahoo.ca

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“Darian is fine,” the coach asserted. “He’s talking normally, walking normally, feeling normally and is feeling good. I don’t know about a knock on his arm. I’ll have to investigate that further.” Upon the team’s return to Regina, Durant admitted that perhaps the best thing for him is to sit out the remaining games and not risk further injury. Hallelujah! It is JUST this blogger’s opinion, but it says that there’s no point trotting this generation’s Little General out there when he’s in such bad condition. If there’s no one behind him capable of playing, then that’s not his fault. There are two games left until the Rider Nation can gleefully turn on the examination light and dig into the autopsy. If there’s not enough talent, then it’s scouting’s fault. If there is enough talent, then it’s the fault of coaching. What if, what if, what if? Let’s just get it over already, so the healing can begin. (Rod Pedersen is the voice of the Riders on CKRM radio)

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286:29. Ladies and gentlemen, that figure may not mean a lot to you, but in fact it’s a new Saskatchewan Roughriders’ record for the longest period of time between offensive touchdowns. The Riders finally snapped the touchdown drought, which spanned nearly five games, at 6:30 of the second quarter of Friday’s 25-13 loss in Calgary. Quarterback Darian Durant figuratively threw the monkey off his back when he rushed for a four-yard touchdown that temporarily gave his team the lead. It was the smallest of victories for a football club that fell to 4-12 and is in the midst of one of the worst seasons in franchise history. Now there are still two games left before the Riders will miss the playoffs for the first time in a decade and there’s still a chance at a 6-12 record. That would save the 2011 Riders from sharing ugly space in the record books with past Rider teams such as 1959 (1-15), 1979 and 1980 (2-14) and 1999 (3-15). And perhaps that’s

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Practice Safe Driving on Rural Roads =Lions and tigers and bears ... oh my! It's probably a safe bet that a driver navigating North America's rural roads will not experience lions and tigers, but bears, deer, livestock, and other animals certainly are a possibility. Individuals who live in rural areas become accustomed to the subtleties of driving rural roads. However, those who are visiting the countryside on vacations or road trips may be less tuned-in to keep an eye for any animals with whom they might be sharing the road. According to research, there are twice as many accidents on rural roads as there are in urban areas. To be safe, keep these tips in mind: * Expect blind curves. In many cases, rural roads are built to be of minimal disturbance to the surrounding landscape. This could mean that roads bend and dip every which way. Pay attention to posted speed limits -- they're very accurate for the road

conditions. * Be on animal watch. In suburban and urban areas, the focus of driving leans toward watching for other drivers and pedestrians. However, in rural areas, focus should be placed on watching out for animals. Certain times of the day, such as dawn and dusk, tend to be prime times for animals to be on the move, whether finding a new place

rural areas, the roads may be made of gravel or dirt. This calls for slower driving speeds to maintain traction and safety. * Expect minimal lighting. Driving at night in rural areas can be nerve-wracking for the inexperienced. Street lights are rare and may only appear at particularly dangerous curves or intersections. It will likely be necessary to use

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City of Estevan PUBLIC NOTICE The Council of the City of Estevan, pursuant to Section 207 of the Planning and Development Act, 2007, gives notice of its intention to amend Zoning Bylaw #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 (Boundaries of Rezoning are shown within bold-dashed line on the plan below)

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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.

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The Keep It Clean Campaign is a Community Pride Program to keep our city clean all year and thanks are extended to 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)

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ently come to terms with the Chicago Cubs to be their new GM. The contract is apparently for five years and $15 million. With the provision that if he gets the Cubs to the World Series, Epstein will be nominated immediately for sainthood.” • Norman Chad, on Twitter.com: “Best I can tell, the New York Jets going to a hurry-up offence makes as much sense as Pee-wee Herman driving twice as fast to get to a singles bar.” • Comedy writer Jerry Perisho: “A 100-year-old man completed the Toronto Marathon. Experts credit the amazing power of the tantalizing female running shorts he followed for 26.2 miles.” • Comedy writer Jim Barach: “A 100-year-old

suspended for ... fake marijuana? This would have never happened at OSU or Miami. Their boosters pay enough for players to be able to afford the real thing.” • Perry again: “Singer Paul Simon, in case you missed it, turned 70 last week. Suddenly he can’t remember where Joe DiMaggio went.” • Steve Simmons of Sun Media: “The last thing anybody thought when the Blue Jays traded Edwin Jackson, Marc Rzepczynski and Octavio Dotel to St. Louis: ‘Well, that puts them in the World Series.’” • Scott Ostler of the San Francisco Chronicle on post-game rituals in sports: “Hockey: After playoff games, teams line up and players seem to be shaking hands, although actually they are giving back teeth they’ve acquired during the game. The coaches shake hands with one another and exchange a few words in Canadian.” Care to comment? Email brucepenton2003@ yahoo.ca

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1. Stack sheets of phyllo, one on top of the other. With knife or kitchen shears, cut phyllo stack lengthwise in half. Cut each half crosswise in half to make 24 pieces. Keep phyllo covered with plastic wrap to help keep it from drying out. 2. Preheat oven to 375 F. In 10-ounce custard cup, place 1 phyllo piece; spray lightly with nonstick cooking spray. Top with 3 more pieces of phyllo, spraying each lightly with nonstick cooking spray and arranging them slightly overlapping to evenly line the whole cup. Repeat to make 6 phyllo cups in all. Place custard cups in jelly-roll pan; bake 10 to 12 minutes until phyllo is crisp and golden. Cool

phyllo cups in custard cups on wire rack. 3. Meanwhile, coarsely chop dried fruit. In 2-quart saucepan over medium-high heat, heat dried fruit, apple or orange juice, anise extract and water to boiling. Reduce heat to low; continue cooking, covered, stirring occasionally, until most of liquid is absorbed and fruit is tender, about 10 minutes. If not serving right away, keep fruit mixture refrigerated. 4. To serve, let frozen yogurt stand at room temperature to soften slightly. Remove phyllo cups from custard cups to 6 dessert plates. Spoon about twothirds of frozen yogurt into phyllo cups. Top with warm or cold fruit mixture, then remaining frozen yogurt. Garnish with lemon leaves. Serves 6.

Tseng has won five of 11 tournament starts since the middle of June, and is the clear-cut favourite every time she tees it up. And she is great for the game; she always has a big smile on her face, her English has improved enough for her to comfortably conduct interviews with European and American media, and she cheerfully interacts with fans. If you get a chance to see Tseng and the world’s best female golfers in action, don’t turn it down. Yani and the rest will be competing at the CN Canadian Open at the Vancouver Golf Club next August and you read it here first: She will be the favourite to win. • Janice Hough, of leftcoastsportsbabe.com: “Theo Epstein has appar-

man completed a marathon race in Toronto. The sad part is he was 96 when it started.” • Steve Rushin at si.com: “Indira Gandhi said you can’t shake hands with a clenched fist, but that’s what the handshake often is in sports, a screw-you posing as a howdy-do.” • A Globe and Mail editorial on fighting in hockey: “There will always be rock ‘em in hockey, but the NHL needs to realize that the sock ‘em is on its way out.” • Fox’s Tim McCarver, after Cardinals reliever Marc Rzepczynski needed just seven pitches to record two rally-killing strikeouts in Game 1 of the World Series: “It’s a five-letter word: S-T-R-I-K-E.” • Dwight Perry of the Seattle Times: “Those three football players suspended by top-ranked LSU had tested positive for synthetic marijuana, two sources told ESPN.com. In other words, the Tigers are 0-3 on artificial grass this season.” • Hough again: “Three LSU football starters were

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of the United States. Her stroke average of 69.6 was almost one full stroke better than anyone else, a huge difference in a statistical category usually separated by tenths, or hundredths of a stroke. At 22, her five major titles make her the youngest golfer, male or female, to reach that total. Woods may never tie or exceed Jack Nicklaus’s 18 majors, but Tseng has a great chance to surpass the 15 won by Patty Berg, the women’s leader. Asians are dominating the world of women’s golf, with media attention in the United States on the wane as a result. Americans Kerr, Paula Creamer, Brittany Lincicome, Michelle Wie and the teenage sensation Lexi Thompson play secondary roles in the play-for-pay game. Can anyone recall the last time an American was the No. 1 woman in the world of golf? Before Tseng, Lorena Ochoa of Mexico was No. 1 and for a decade before that, Annika Sorenstam was the queen of global golf.

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Since the world’s best golfer, Tiger Woods, is more like Pussycat Woods these days, do we know for certain who has assumed the title of the world’s most dominating golfer? It’s not Rory McIlroy, who gave golf fans palpitations in June by winning the U.S. Open by eight strokes, but then fell in love with a tennis player and saw his golf game level out to mediocre. It’s not Luke Donald, who is ranked No. 1 in the world but hasn’t won a major title in 10 years as a pro. Here’s a suggestion: The world’s most dominating golfer is a young lady from Taiwan by the name of Yani Tseng. The 22-year-old is clearly the best woman golfer in the world. Dominating? Most definitely. This year Tseng won two majors, seven other titles and posted earnings on the Ladies Professional Golfers Association tour of $2.3 million - a full $1 million more than the runner-up, Cristie Kerr


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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? 2011-2012 concert season picks up again in April 2012 when Koncerts for Kids present the 3rd concert of their series. Join us when Motus O (Circus TerriÀco) perform on April 15th at 2:00 p.m. – Westview School. Further details at www.estevanartscouncil.com 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 Visual Arts committee offer classes in the arts for all ages. Pottery and more - check out our website for details – registration is limited. PEOPLE’S CHOICE AWARD: Local artists participating in our ADJUDICATED ART SHOW will have their work displayed at the EAGM beginning November 1st.. Take a tour and ‘vote for your favorite’ – winner takes home the People’s Choice Award on November 25th Energy City Film Circuit will present their 2nd Àlm of the season: Sarah’s Key on Saturday, November 19th at the Orpheum Theatre (4:00 pm).

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.

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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 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.

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 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!

Want to make extra $? • Do you work in the Custodial field, and searching for extra income? • Tired of long uneventful evenings?

The City of Estevan is searching for Casual Cleaners for after concerts and major event clean up. We Offer; - Advanced Schooling - Great Work Environment - Chance to meet great people -School friendly hours Be part of a great team, apply to: Kelvin Pillipow, Human Resources Manager 1102 4th Street, Estevan, SK S4A 0W7 Email: hr@estevan.ca • Phone (306) 461-5905

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.”

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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Silver for Canada in Pan Am women’s hammer throw National MONTREAL - Without a signed will, there’s simply no way late boxer Arturo Gatti’s family can lay claim to his fortune. That was the line Wednesday from the lawyer representing Gatti’s w i d o w, A m a n d a R o drigues, as he delivered his closing argument at a civil trial aimed at deciding who will claim the fortune. Pierre-Hugues Fortin said Gatti’s only signed, valid will from 2009, makes Rodrigues the rightful heir and nothing the family has presented throughout the trial should change that. Fortin said the burden of proof lay on the Gatti family to come with a supposed signed will from

2007 that leaves his mother Ida, and daughter Sofia, as the rightful heirs. *** VANCOUVER - Kris Chucko, a former Calgary Flames first-round pick, has decided to retire due to concussions. The 25-year-old winger, selected selected 24th overall by the Flames in 2004, suffered two concussions that he knows of. “My decision was based on how I felt, how crappy I felt for and have felt for the last 11 to 12 months, and the six or seven months (after) the first one,” Chucko said from his home in Minnesota. “When you sit at home with a headache for six or seven months straight, the decision doesn’t come too hard.

“It was one of those things where I basically buried myself in a cage for two years because I couldn’t do anything and I started to think ‘Is this really worth it?’” *** GUADALAJARA, Mexico - Canada’s Sultana Frizell planned to do some serious celebrating Monday night, both of her birthday and a strong ending to a long and rocky track and field season. The Perth, Ont., native, captured a silver medal in the women’s hammer throw on the same day she turned 27 at the Pan American Games. “Happy birthday to me,” Frizell said. “I’m going hook up with a couple of other hammer throwers tonight, and we’re going

to celebrate the year’s end and hopefully a good beginning to this next Olympic year. That’s what we’re celebrating, and the focus is on bigger and better.” International NEW YORK, N.Y. Three days and 30 hours’ worth of talks ended on a nasty note Oct. 20 in NBA labour negotiations. And only one thing seemed fairly certain: more games were likely to be cut. Possibly even the season. Players insist that’s the outcome owners wanted all along — “preordained,” as union executive director Billy Hunter said. “We’ve always felt there was still a place where they would just not go and they would lock us out as long as it would take

in order to get us beyond that place. There was never really a willingness to negotiate beyond certain points,” union president Derek Fisher of the Lakers said. *** LONDON - Golfers will no longer be penalized if their ball moves after it has been addressed in one of a number of rule changes announced by the sport’s governing body. The Royal and Ancient Golf Club, which is responsible for administering the Rules of Golf, also says players can now smooth sand or soil before playing from a hazard while they will no longer be automatically disqualified from a tournament if they start late but within five minutes of the correct

tee time. Three-time major winner Padraig Harrington says the rule changes, announced Monday and effective from Jan. 1 next year, give players “a little bit of a break.” *** LONDON - Police are investigating allegations that Chelsea captain John Terry racially abused Queens Park Rangers defender Anton Ferdinand during a Premier League match. The Metropolitan police said Tuesday that they were “notified of an incident ... involving alleged racial abuse” after a complaint from a member of the public following Sunday’s match between the west London clubs at Loftus Road.

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your logic. Try for balance as you maneuver through a touchy situation. GEMINI (May 21 to June 20) Your energy levels rise to meet the challenges that will mark much of this month. New opportunities beckon. Look them over, but proceed cautiously before making any kind of decision. CANCER (June 21 to July 22) Your private life can be a problem this week, as a partner becomes more difficult. Resist a reaction you might regret. Instead of walk-

ing away, try to talk things out. LEO (July 23 to August 22) You should be your usual sunny self these days, as you bask in the admiration you adore. Enjoy it as you move into a new arena to confront an exciting upcoming challenge. VIRGO (August 23 to September 22) Your perseverance reserves will be tapped frequently this week as you deal with the problems involved in making a new situation work for you. But it’ll all be worth it. LIBRA (September 23

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Come and Go Tea for Lawrence and Vivian Leptichâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s 60th Anniversary Sunday, October 30, 2011 at Lampman Prairie Lily Club from 2:00 - 4:00 p.m.

AT T E N T I O N R E S I D E N T I A L SCHOOL SURVIVORS! If you received the CEP (Common Experience Payment), you may be eligible for fur ther Cash Compensation. To see if you qualify, phone toll free 1-877-9881145 now. Free service!

EPICURE Selections is coming to town!! (Gourmet food products and chef quality cookware Canadian based company) Christmas Open House Everyone Welcome!! Come see and taste what we have to offer Date: Sat. October 29/11 Time: 12 - 4 p.m. Location: Valleyview Heritage Place in the Lobby (705- 2nd Street) Door Prizes! Specials! Prizes for the first 10 to arrive!! Shop, Save, Profit, or Raise Business opportunities available Gifts for all occasions!

IN MEMORIAM PERSONAL MESSAGES In Memory of Katelin Eagles Gone much too soon But never forgotten Missing you every day Loving you always From far away. - Grandma

CARD OF THANKS Dear God, the Son and the Holy Spirit, Thank You for the favour that has been granted. THANK YOU The family of Dennis Hirsch wishes to extend special thanks to our families and friends for all their support during and after this difficult time. The phone calls and visits meant so much to all of us. Thanks to everyone who sent cards, food and offered prayer this was so overwhelming. Several donations were made in Dennisâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s memory to the Lampman Community Health Centre; this money will be used in the Palliative Care Room and Sitting Room. Thanks to Sister Jacqueline for the beautiful graveside service and to Dustin Hall and staff for making this service exactly what we wanted. Thank you to Dr. Grobler and staff. Words cannot express the extra special thanks to Karen Hirsch for doing the Eulogy, in sharing Dennisâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s past with everyone present. So to all of you, we are very grateful. Dustinâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s song â&#x20AC;&#x153;One Day At A Timeâ&#x20AC;? is just how it is for us now. - Paulette, Dean, Deren, Devin and Their Families.

COMING EVENTS Grace United Church FOWL SUPPER Sunday, November 6 4:30 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. Memorial Hall - Stoughton Adults: $10 10 and Under: $6 Preschool: Free

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HOUSE FOR SALE In Lampman. 1090 square foot house, 3 bedrooms with full bath, basement fully renovated with one bedroom and full bath. Detached double car heated garage with tin roof on both garage and house. Comes with all appliances, has central vac and a/c. Phone 487-2409.

APARTMENTS/CONDOS FOR RENT

FOUND: A Mountain Bike. Phone 634-0082 to identify.

HOUSES FOR RENT

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APPLIANCE REPAIRS Repairs to Household: Washers, Dryers, Dishwashers, Ranges, Fridges Call Rene at 306-455-2707 Cell: 306-577-5487

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. NEW HOUSES FOR RENT or Sale in Macoun, Sask. 1,286 sq. ft., Modular. Brand new house with large deck. All new appliances. $1700/month or $190,000. Call Matt today: 421-3749.

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FOUND: Blackberry Cellphone at Car Dealership Lot on Souris Avenue. Phone 634-3696.



FOR SALE: Brand new 3 Bedroom, 3 bath, 1800 sq. ft. house on 10 acres. Fully fenced, with double car garage. Sunny kitchen has walk-in pantry and large island. Vaulted ceilings throughout kitchen, dining room and living room. Large master bedroom with walk-in closet. Basement dr y walled and painted. 7 miles west on Hwy. 18 and 1 1/4 mile south. For viewing call 634-9305.

OSOYOOS-2 bedroom 2 bathroom furnished apt available Dec 1-April 30. $825/month includes utilities and basic cable. Underground parking and elevator, insuite washer/dryer. Sandi 604514-3223 or sbroad@shaw.ca

FOUND AT 13th Avenue 7- Eleven on October 15 - Black leather Pandora bracelet with one charm. Owner may claim by describing charm. Phone 421-5895.

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NEW HOUSES FOR RENT or Sale in Macoun, Sask. 1,286 sq. ft., Modular. Brand new house with large deck. All new appliances. $1700/month or $190,000. Call Matt today: 421-3749.

ROOMS AVA I L A B L E N OV E M B E R 1 : Room for one person in fully furnished house. Linens supplied. Clean and quiet. Monthly or weekly rates. Details call 634-7063.

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14 X 72, 1973 MOBILE in Tofield, Alberta. Two porches, fireplace, 4 appliances, renovated. Brenda at 1-780-662-4577 leave message or 1-780-940-2215. C U S T O M B U I LT R E A D Y T O MOVE HOMES: R. Barkman Constr uction, Cromer, Manitoba. Quality workmanship and materials. Please Phone Randy at 204662-4561 for Estimates and Design or Stop in to Visit Our Homes. FOR SALE: 1992 Triple E Mobile Home - To be moved. 16x68, 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, 2x6 walls, PVC windows, centre kitchen-living room. $60,000. Phone 306-736-2478.

LOTS & ACREAGES FOR SALE ACREAGE FOR SALE: Northeast of Estevan. 20 Acres on SW 30-3-7 W2. $40,000. Phone 306421-6027.

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THE TRADER EXPRESS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 28, 2011 LOTS & ACREAGES FOR SALE

LAND WANTED

LAKEVIEW HOMES & Lots Vernon BC. Lake Okanagan. Private Beach. Dock. Trees. Meadows. Wildflowers. Birds. Trails. Reasonably priced custom home construction. Architectural Guidelines. Build now or later. Ten minutes to town-center. Lots from $219,000. Houses from $499,000. Vendor financing available. Call Scott 250.558.4795 www.AdventureBayVernon.com.

Dynasty Farms Inc. 17 Quarters Sections Plus 2 Yard Sites Sell By Public Auction on Tuesday November 15th at Yorkton, Sask. 1800-667-2075 www.hodginsauctioneers.com

F I R E R E TA R DA N T Pa r ka s $180; Fire retardant Hoodies $65. Buy online: www.directworkwear.com or call 1-800-661-9647. FOR SALE: A Piano. Call Sandra at 306-685-2183. 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

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STEEL BUILDINGS / GRANARIES

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STEEL BUILDINGS: Reduced Factory Inventory. 30x36 - Reg. $15,850, Now $12,600; 36x58 Reg. $21,900, Now $18,800. Source #1GR. 866-609-4321.

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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 1800-668-5422. 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. 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

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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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DOMESTIC CARS FOR SALE: 2008 CHEV Malibu, Mocha Metallic with tu-tone interior, 2.4L 4 Cyl., auto. trans., Tilt and telescopic wheel, cruise, air, Pr. windows, locks, mirrors, Kenwood CD player with JL speakers and amp with 2-12” subs, On-star, ABS brakes, traction control, side and seat mounted air bags, remote keyless entry with remote start, Full GM warranty until Dec. 22, 2012. Only 74,000 km. Very clean, never smoked in. Only $12,950 - No GST or PST. Call 421-7020, Terry. Guaranteed approval drive away today! We lend money to everyone. Fast approvals, best interest rates. Over 500 vehicles sale priced for immediate deliver y OAC. 1-877-796-0514. www.yourapprovedonline.com.

House & Vehicle Auction WANNER ESTATE SATURDAY, NOV. 19, 2011 909 ISABELLE STREET ESTEVAN, SASK. 12:00 NOON VISIT www.mackauctioncompany.com P.L. 311962

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DOMESTIC CARS

DOMESTIC CARS

Senchuk’s Super Deals! Used Cars

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 2010 MUSTANG V6 Auto, loaded with only 54,000 kms ................$17,995 2009 MUSTANG V6 loaded, only 7,500 kms ..................................$17,995 2009 PONTIAC VIBE 4 DOOR LS loaded, only 19,000 kms..........$15,995 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 ..........................SOLD

Used Trucks, SUVs & Vans

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 ......................................................................................$32,995 2009 BUICK ENCLAVE CX All Wheel Drive, loaded with 97,000 kms ...................................................................$24,900 2008 F150 LARIAT SUPERCREW 4X4 Loaded, only 58,000 kms ................................................................$25,995 2008 F150 XTR SUPERCREW 4x4 only 68,000 kms.....................$22,995 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 ESCAPE XLT 4X4 Loaded with 107,000 kms, premium care warranty up to 120,000 kms .....................................$15,900 2007 SATURN OUTLOOK XE 71,000 kms ....................................$16,995 2006 BUICK TERRAZA MINI VAN Loaded, 103,000 kms .............$13,995 2003 F150 SUPERCAB 4X4 Loaded with only 82,000 kms ...........$13,995

Senchuk Ford Sales Ltd.

Your home of after sales service

118 Souris Avenue North – Estevan, Sask.

634-3696

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DOMESTIC CARS

DOMESTIC CARS

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

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 GRAND CARAVAN, 6,200 kms ............................................. $24,900 2010 DODGE LARAMIE Crew cab, loaded .................................... $34,900 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 ............................ $22,900 2008 GRAND CARAVAN 75,000 km.............................................. $17,995 2008 3500 DODGE MEGA CAB, loaded ........................................ $31,995 2007 FORD F-150 XLT ................................................................... $17,995 2007 TOWN AND COUNTRY ......................................................... $14,995 2006 GMC 2500 DURAMAX fully loaded........................................ SOLD $21,995 2004 DODGE 1500 Q/C 4x4 SLT, 79,000 kms.............................. $16,995 2004 GMC SIERRA CREW CAB 4x4, 75,000 kms ........................ $17,900 2003 2500 QUADCAB DEISEL LARAMIE ..................................... $21,900 2001 RAM 1500 SLT Low kms, Q/C, .............................................. $13,500 SOLD

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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T h e fo l l ow i n g a d ve r t i s e m e n t ser ves notice that MacKenzie Towing will dispose of the following vehicles unless claimed by Oct. 31, 2011. All storage and towing fees to be paid in full. To claim your vehicle, phone 637-2007 prior to Oct. 31, 2001. Proof of ownership is required. 1984 Dodge Diplomat, 490-IAC VIN #1B3B926P4EX612206 2001 Olds Alero, 435-HSF VIN #1G3NL12T71C236252 1985 Pontiac Parisienne, 360-HUH VIN #1G2BT6H9GX214843 1993 Ford Explorer, 075-HUF VIN #1FMDU32X6PUA79867 1990 Olds Regency, 262-GRG VIN #1G3CW51C2L4315770 2003 Hyundai Accent, N/P VIN #KMHCG35C63U237193 1993 Chevy Corsica, 285-HHP VIN #1G1LT53T5PY241063

TRUCKS & VANS FOR SALE: 1999 Chevrolet Silverado LT 1500 Ext. Cab 4X4. Grey/Charcoal, 3rd door, P.W., Leather, Lo-rider Topper, 222,000 km - $5,900 O.B.O. Great condition. Phone 306-842-7356. FOR SALE: 2002 Ford Windstar Spor t, 7 passenger, 3.8L V6, 132,400 km, loaded. one owner, Command Start, good tires. Asking $4,800. Phone 306-634-7167.

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Now Hiring: Journeymen Carpenters, 2nd, 3rd and 4th year apprentice carpenters and skilled labourers with Industrial Construction Exp for Western Canada based projects. Must have CSTS 09 Apply on-line at MONAD.CA or fax 1-888-398-0725. GRANDE PRAIRIE Regional College has an exciting opportunity for a Beekeeping Instructor to teach courses in the recently announced Commercial Beekeeping program located in Fairview, Alber ta. This program includes classroom study combined with a hands-on practicum. For more information visit our website at www.gprc.ab.ca/careers. HEAVY DUTY Journeyman Mechanic required. Phone, fax, email or drop off at office. Email: rigmove@telus.net. Phone: 780-8426444. Fax: 780-842-6581. H&E Oilfield Services Ltd. 2202 - 1 Ave, Wainwright AB, T9W 1L7. 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. Drivers required to work out of Saskatoon terminal. Must have Class 1A, clean driver’s abstract, 2 yrs flat decking exp., proof of US boarder crossing. Salary/benefits, consistent miles, $3000 sign on bonus. To apply, you must visit www.applyfirst.ca/job28466. EXCLUSIVE FINNING/Caterpillar Heavy Equipment Service Training. GPRC Fairview Campus. G ra d e 12 d i p l o m a re q u i re d . $1000. entrance scholarship. Paid work practicum with Finning. Potential apprenticeship opportunity. 1 - 8 8 8 - 9 9 9 - 7 8 8 2 ; www.gprc.ab.ca/fairview. EXPERIENCED WINCH TRACTOR and bed truck drivers for drilling, rig moving trucking company. Phone, fax, email or mail. Email rigmove@telus.net. Phone 780842-6444. Fax 780-842-6581. H&E Oilfield Services Ltd., 2202 1 Ave Wainwright, AB, T9W 1L7.

CAN-AM WEST CARRIERS COME DRIVE WITH US EARN 46 CENTS PER MILE @10,500 MILES PER MONTH! We are seeking qualified drivers for our Canada/USA Open Deck Long Haul Division. Call Ron at 1-866-857-1375 Visit our website @ canamwest.com

GENERAL EMPLOYMENT

FOR SALE: 2007 Toyota FJ Cruiser. 52,000 km, fully loaded, automatic, roof rack, bumper guard. Like new. Asking $23,000. Phone 306-421-6044.

CARS

TRUCKS, VANS & SUV’s

South Country Equipment Ltd is now hiring 10 Full Time Heavy Equipment Mechanics. You will be required to: Repair, overhaul, troubleshoot and maintain John Deere heavy-duty agricultural equipment Use testing equipment to diagnose malfunctions and determine extent of repair required - Test repaired equipment to ensure compliance with John Deere specifications. Journeyman OR minimum 4 yrs experience as heavy duty equipment mechanic required. Qualified Candidates would be assigned to one of our eight (8) Locations: Weyburn, Southey, Regina, Raymore, Mossbank, Moose Jaw, Montmartre, Assiniboia. This position offers excellent remuneration & benefits, including health, disability, pension, dental, bonus incentives & more. Wage/Salary Info: $25 - $26.50 per hour. Please reply to: South Country Equipment Ltd. Drew Watson Email: watsondrew@southcountry.ca Phone: (306) 842- 4686 Fax: (306) 842-3833 www.southcountry.ca

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 formwork. E-mail: rlakeman@coram.ca Fax: 306-525-0990 Mail: 205-845 Broad Street Regina, SK S4R-8G9

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11 GMC Yukon SLE 4X4, 7 pass, 46,589 km, factory warranty .............. $35,995 11 Jeep Liberty Sport 4X4 43,900 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, Mechanic’s Special ......................... $1,995 93 Chev Silverado E/C, 6.2 Diesel, warranty ............................................ $5,995

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Siever Vermeersch & Fonstad

An Association of Professional Accountants 1123 - 4th Street Estevan, Saskatchewan Phone: 306-634-7331 Facsimile: 306-634-2373

Mel Siever, B.Admin., CMA Jim Vermeersch, B.Ed., CGA Donna Fonstad, Dipl. Acct., CGA Ryan Siever, B.Sc., CA


THE TRADER EXPRESS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 28, 2011 OBITUARIES

OBITUARIES

Peter Russell Shykitka April 18, 1939 October 11, 2011 It is with great sadness that the family of Peter Shykitka announces the passing of our dear husband, father, grandfather and great grandfather on October 11, 2011 at the age of 72. Peter was born on April 18, 1939 on the farm at Glaslyn, Sask. On October 7, 1961 he married the love of his life Elaine Hudye. The past 47 years have been spent in Estevan being a part of the oilfield and curling communities. He will be dearly missed and never forgotten by his family and friends. He leaves to mourn, his wife of 50 years, Elaine; his daughter, Sheryl (Ambrose) Hengen and their children, Riley, Michael, Jason and Tyler; his daughter, Brenda (Ben) Burns and their children, Brittany (Mike Breisnes), Kaitlin (Tyson McGillicky) and Megan; his great grandson, Dayde McGillicky; his brother, Myron (Gerry) Shykitka; his sister, Anne (Ray) West; and his, sister-in-law Ethel Shykitka, as well as numerous nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by his parents, Gabriel and Theresa Shykitka; his sister, Marina (Eugene) Demchuk; and his brother, Nicholas Shykitka. The family would like to thank the staff at St. Joseph’s Hospital Long Term Care for their care and support during the last four years. Prayers were held on Sunday, October 16, 2011 at 7:30 p.m. in the chapel of Hall Funeral Services, Estevan. Funeral Mass was celebrated on Monday, October 17, 2011 at 10:30 a.m. in St. John the Baptist Roman Catholic Church, Estevan, by Rev. Joel Rama. Interment followed in the Estevan City Cemetery. Those so wishing may make donations to St. Joseph’s Hospital Foundation (Long Term Care) in Peter’s memory. Funeral arrangements were entrusted to Hall Funeral Services, Estevan. Thank You The family of the late Peter Shykitka wish to express sincere thanks to relatives and friends for their many acts of kindness through prayer, cards, flowers, food, hugs, phone calls, memorial donations and visits. Special thanks to the staff at the Long Term Care ward for their loving care and support. Thank you to Mr. Doug Third for the prayer service and words of comfort. Thank you to Father Joel Rama and to the members of St. John the Baptist for the choir and the lunch. Thank you to Dustin Hall and his staff. Thank you to the Estevan Oil Wives Club, Ray and Doris Frehlick and the Days Inn for the family meals. - Elaine, Sheryl, Brenda and Families

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Business & Services Directory APPRAISALS LaReine Appraisals Real Estate Appraisals & Consulting

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

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

EAVESTROUGHING • Fascia • Seamless Eaves • Metal Roofing • Soffit • Vinyl siding • Vinyl & Metal Siding • Metal Cladding

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POLARFOAM SOYA • Zero Ozone Depletion Substance • Ecological Insulation • High R Value per inch • Adds strength and support • Does not support growth of moulds • Adheres to wood, metal, concrete We also install a CLASS 1 Fire Rated product useable in OilÀeld applications.

CUFCA CertiÀed Installers

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PLUMBING/HEATING

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All Purpose Paving All types of asphalt & sealcoat • House Driveways • Parking Lots • Roads

(306) 634-8525 Estevan, SK CONTRACTING R. POOLE CONSTRUCTION Randy Poole

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Leonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s opens new superstore in Regina Leonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Furniture Limited is pleased to announce the opening of six new superstores throughout Canada. On Nov. 3 Leonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s will open an 84,000 square foot superstore in Regina, after opening stores in Guelph Aug. 24 and Mississauga on Oct. 27. The Leonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s family also welcomed a new franchise in Bathurst, N.B. and on Nov. 3 will be opening a franchise in Drummondville, Que. Two days later, on Nov. 5, they will be opening a new superstore in Rosemere, which will be their fifth in Montreal. â&#x20AC;&#x153;This is the first year of our aggressive expansion campaign that will see several new Leonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s superstores opening across Canada, every year for the next five years,â&#x20AC;? said Terry Leon, president and CEO of Leonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Furniture Ltd. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re very happy to be entering these new markets and are very

grateful to our associates for all their hard work during this exciting time. â&#x20AC;&#x153;It is because of our confidence in the future prosperity of these markets that weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re able to justify this mew multimillion dollar investment. Residents in Guelph, Bathurst, Mississauga, Regina, Rosemere and Drummondville have expressed interest in our company for a long time and what better way to show our appreciation than to build a beautiful new home furnishings superstore right in their backyard.â&#x20AC;? The opening of Leonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s new corporate stores has already added more than 200 jobs. By the end of their expansion campaign, Leonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s will have added more than 1,000 new jobs to the Canadian economy. According to a media release issued by the company, all of Leonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s new showrooms feature the latest styles, colours and fabrics from the worldâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s leading furniture manufacturers, as well as a bedding gallery with the latest in sleep innovation from Sealy, Simmons, Serta and Kingsdown. Leonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s new appliance departments showcase major appliances from leading manufacturers like Samsung, Whirlpool, Frigidaire,

Cathodic Protection Technicians and Labourers Required Experience an asset but not required. Electrical background an asset. Competitive wages & benefits.

Contact Jeff at 634-6464 Fax Resume to 634-3987 or mail to:

KitchenAid and LG. The latest technology is available for all of the appliances. Things like four-door fridges, dual stoves and front load laundry with brand new stream technology can all be found in these departments. With full kitchen displays in the showroom, customers can visualize ow their new appliances will look in their home kitchen. Leonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s new electronics display features the latest in flat screen technology from Samsung, Panasonic, LG, Sharp and Toshiba. Along with the displays of plasma, LCD and LED TVs, Leonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s new showrooms feature 3D and smart TV interactive displays and home theatre settings. Leonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s new superstores in Regina, Rosemere and Drummondville will be open to the public on Nov. 3 at noon.

  

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requires a full time

DRIVER Minimum QualiÀcations: • 1 G license • OilÀeld tickets including H2S Alive & 1st Aid/CPR • Live in or within 10 minutes of Estevan We are seeking candidates with an oilÀeld background and/or customer service experience. We will train the right individual. We offer excellent compensation and Áexible days off. Retired persons, women and visible minorities are welcome to apply.

OilÀeld Labourers Required

Call Clinton at 461-8471 or mail resume to Box 208, Estevan S4A 2A3

BED TRUCK & WINCH TRUCK OPERATORS REQUIRED 11105TT02

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

Applicant must have: •Clean drivers abstract •Previous experience an asset •All safety tickets

ESTEVAN

Competitive wages & beneÀts INTERESTED APPLICANTS: Fax resume to 306-636-1537 or email: outlawoil@sasktel.net

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

SRI HOMES’ Estevan Facility SHELTER HOME SYSTEMS

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PREFABRICATED HOUSING ASSEMBLERS • Required Immediately • Permanent Full Time • 10 Available Positions • Starting at $14.70 per hour plus benefits Duties include: • Assembling and installing modular components Send, fax, e-mail or drop off resume to: Box 845 #200 Hwy. 18 West, Estevan, SK S4A 2A7 Fax: 306-634-7597 E-mail: jobs.shelter@gmail.com

Lynco Construction Ltd Positions Include: • Maintenance Foreman • Backhoe/Trackhoe Operators • Labourers • Must have valid drivers licence • Must have safety tickets (H2S and Àrst aid)

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edwin.Áannery@lynco.ca or fax to (306) 458•2297

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Class 5 drivers licensed and safety tickets preferred.

Tubular Repair Operator We are looking for a qualiÀed person for the following position:

Shop Hand Apply with resume to 93 Escana Street or fax to (306) 634-4294 or mail to P.O. Box 1488 Estevan, SK S4A 2L7

• Class 1A drivers a must Competitive wages and excellence beneÀt package available.

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

L & C Trucking has an immediate opening for a

Pipe Inventory Controller Duties Include: • Data entry of incoming/outgoing pipe • Inventory count and problem solving • Strong oral and written communication skills • Self motivated, good organizational abilities and able to work independently • Computer knowledge a must This position requires some overtime, Class 5 license. Competitive wage and beneÀts. Apply in person with resume or fax or email to: 24 Hwy 39 E Estevan Attention: Norm Mack Fax: 634-8699 Email: LCNorm@sasktel.net Resumes held in strict confidence

L & C Trucking “Serving the Oil Patch for 55 Years”

Employment Opportunity Required immediately.

Permanent Office Clerk Position We are looking to hire individuals with positive attitudes who are attentive to details and have general bookkeeping knowledge supplemented with computer skills. On job software training will be provided to the successful candidate. This is a support position which includes all aspects relevant to maintaining the office responsibilities of a retail store. We offer competitive wages and a Group Benefits Plan. Hours of work could be arranged to accommodate individuals with school age children. Please apply with a resume to the attention of Karen at:

Redriver Lumber Ltd. Box 535, Estevan SK, S4A 2A5 or email at: khirsch@sasktel.net


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Journeymen Electricians and Apprentices Currently Hiring Experienced:

â&#x20AC;˘ Well Testers â&#x20AC;˘ Supervisors â&#x20AC;˘ Operators 12 Hour Shifts Days / Nights Must have Class 5 Driverâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s License No Blow Box License Must have Oilfield Safety Tickets H 2S WHMIS First Aid CPR

Apex Distribution Inc. is a dynamic, employee owned oilfield supply and service company nationally recognized as one of Canadaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s 50 Best managed companies. We are committed to providing superior customer service to the oilfield markets of Western Canada. We are looking to fill the following positions in Estevan, SK. Apex Distribution is focus on producing dramatic results for our investors, customers and manufacturers. The organization has developed a technically diverse team recognized for high levels of customer service. We expand our business as market conditions dictate and pursue opportunities that best fit all our stakeholders. Candidates must have: - A proven track record of achievement. - A passion to become a partner in a growing company. - A ability to excel in a fast-paced, creative environment. - Experience an asset but willing to train. Warehouse/hippers Receiver Duties include: Receiving and shipping of oilfield material. Delivery of materials to company locations. A valid class 5 driverâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s license with a clean drivers abstract is required. Willing to train motivated individuals. Overtime required.

Interested applicants please forward resumes Attention: Ken Wallewein Fax: 306-634-2797 E-mail: ken.wallewein@apexdistribution.com

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. 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.

Fax resume to: 306-487-2776

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. KUDU Industries Inc. is a world leader in the technological advancement and manufacturer of progressing cavity pumping systems for the oil and gas industry. KUDU currently has a job opening for Pump Technician at our Estevan location. This position will report to the Store Manager. This position does require travel and some on call work on weekends and evenings.

Exciting Opportunity in one of Canadaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s 50 Best Manages Companies.

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

Key Responsibilities â&#x20AC;˘ Delivering and testing pumps â&#x20AC;˘ Preparing orders as needed â&#x20AC;˘ Maintaining shop inventory â&#x20AC;˘ Responsible for shop cleanliness â&#x20AC;˘ Repairing tools â&#x20AC;˘ Ensure compliance with KUDUâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Health and Safety policies as well ensure that safe work practices are used â&#x20AC;˘ Ability to work with a team or independently with minimal supervision â&#x20AC;˘ Ability to work overtime as required â&#x20AC;˘ Travel to customer Ă&#x20AC;eld locations Minimum Requirements â&#x20AC;˘ Mechanical ability â&#x20AC;˘ Field experience in the oil and gas industry would be an asset â&#x20AC;˘ Knowledge of artiĂ&#x20AC;cial lift, drilling and production operations would be an asset â&#x20AC;˘ Class 5 operatorâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s license Desired Skills â&#x20AC;˘ Computer skills â&#x20AC;˘ Professional with solid communication and customer service skills â&#x20AC;˘ Lean Manufacturing skills would be an asset â&#x20AC;˘ Demonstrate an initiative to develop and learn new skills If you are interested in this position please forward your resume to aron_dahl@KUDUpump.com or fax to (306) 634 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 2192 by October 2, 2011. We appreciate all interest but only those contacted will be interviewed.

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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

 Employment Opportunities ¡ Mechanic/Technician ¡ Assistant Service Writer ¡ Parts Runner/Lot Attendant Local auto dealership is seeking the above positions. Persons to Ă&#x20AC;ll 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 qualiĂ&#x20AC;cations and experience. We offer an exceptional beneĂ&#x20AC;t package.

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CAREERS

Loan officer required by Midale Credit Union. Located

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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.

PRAIRIE PETRO CHEM Looking to Àll four (4) Full-Time positions: 1.) CHEMICAL DRIVER: Prairie Petro-Chem requires a Truck Driver to operate light to medium duty trucks for transportation and delivery of oilÀeld Chemicals. Drivers are dispatched out of Estevan and will be making day trip deliveries within SE Sask. and SW Manitoba. Driver will be required to load and unload as well as operate a forklift, pumping equipment, etc.. A Class 1 driver’s license is not required but would be an asset. Position may encounter all kinds of road, weather and trafÀc conditions. The qualiÀed applicant must possess the ability to work without direct-supervision, and deliver the load on-time and in a safe manner that complies with regulations. Weekend work and overtime may be required. Valid Class 5 driver’s license and abstract are required. Starting salary will be based on general oilÀeld experience & ability. Other assets would include any mechanical experience, Forklift training, H2S, WHMIS, TDG and Defensive Driving certiÀcates. 2.) HEALTH & SAFETY COORDINATOR: Education - Grade 12 (with safety certiÀcations) required minimum - BA / BS, MS OSH preferred - CertiÀcation: CSP or CRSP (preferred), ASP, CIH, or HSP Experience - 3 - 5 years working in the ESH Àeld (required) - Experience with conducting audits, inspections, incident investigation, RCFA, loss prevention, hazardous materials - MS OfÀce-strong skill set - Strong working knowledge of provincial and federal regulations, including transportation, air, water and land - Ability to supervise, train and present to various sized groups - Excellent written and verbal communication skills Primary Duties - Administer programs (review / implement / maintain) including: COR, Substance Abuse, Waste (Haz / non Haz), SARA, Security, local site ESH, local site WCB, Safety Assurance Manual - Participate in, document, and maintain corrective action database for Àndings from customer, company, insurance, regulatory (DOT, Air, Fire, Health) audits and inspections. -Responsible for the coordination of all SK & AB site and Àeld audits. - Responsible for regulatory compliance and permitting: OS&H, Air, environment, Àre, health, safety, Corporate guidelines - Work with regional ESH manager to ensure compliance with corporate and regional guidelines - Coordinate with and ensure compliance with customers’ ESH policies and procedures - Maintain local safety Àle maintenance (corp. guideline), and all other required documentation - Function as emergency responder and response team coordination (LEM / CEM) - Develop, implement, maintain systems and procedures for incident management - Provide ESH interface with internal and external customers, regulatory agencies - Coordinate Job Safety Planning - Conduct or coordinate monthly safety / training meetings - Participate in MSA and Capital expenditure projects documentation - MSDS review and distribution - Develop, implement and administer all ESH policies / procedures: regulatory, local site ESH, and corporate EHS - Ensure all required reporting is completed for corporate reporting (Risk portfolio, Key Figures, Monthly Safety KPI’s), Safety statistics (ISN, OMS Global), customer and regulatory - Plan, develop and implement safety improvement objectives and action plans - Manage safety equipment inventory and purchases - Function as Site Safety and Environmental OfÀcer (SEO) - Provide on and off ESH supervision - Develop and administer training program 3.) ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANTS (2 positions) We have two positions that have opened up in our admin team. One is full time permanent position and the other is a full time temporary position that may become permanent. The duties of the positions to be Àlled will vary dependant on the skillset of the applicants. Assets that would be beneÀcial to the position(s) include: - Billing, accounts receivable, accounts payable experience - Experience using Microsoft OfÀce - Computer accounting knowledge, our current ERP system is Microsoft Dynamics AX - Any experience with cross border Importing/ Exporting procedures and documentation - Experience administering MSDS and safety programs - Any Previous System Administration knowledge BENEFITS: - Salaries will be based on education, experience & abilities - Dental, Medical, Life coverage & Retirement beneÀts Any interested applicants can forward resume to: Email: Blane.Fichter@petrochem.ca Fax: 306-634-6694 or drop off at the ofÀce at 738-6th Street, Estevan

in the heart of the oil patch. Midale is a small community in SE Saskatchewan. Salary will commensurate with experience. We offer a full benefit package, matched superannuation, and a variable compensation package.

For further details please contact Jack at 458-2222 or email jack.bramham@midale.cu.sk.ca.

We are accepting resumes for various full time positions.

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

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us online to apply today! Adriana - Engineer, ATCO Pipelines

ATCO Pipelines provides reliable and efďŹ cient delivery of natural gas and is committed to operational excellence and superior customer service while ensuring the safety of our employees and the public. We have several exciting engineering opportunities in Edmonton and are currently hiring: Senior Project Leaders, Engineering

to evaluate and make effective decisions. As a key member of dedicated professionals and operating staff, you will be responsible for executing major projects up to $15 million. ATCO Pipelines is part of the ATCO Group of Companies - an Alberta-

8,000 People. 9 Companies. Onee Team.

based, worldwide organization with more than 8,000 employees and assets of approximately $11 billion, delivering service excellence and innovative business solutions worldwide with leading companies engaged in Utilities, Energy, Structures & Logistics and Technologies.

Experience. Growth. Commitment. Contact Human Resources for more information Phone: 780-468-8247 | Fax: 780-508-4901

www.atcopipelines.com


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CAREERS WITH Flint is currently looking for all employee resources ffor:

•Pipeline •Well Site •Facilities Construction Maintenance

We are actively looking for a positive attitude and strong work ethic •Pipeline Personnel Pipefitters •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, Electrical & Instrumentation Proudly serving our customers.

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


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