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Broken City Taylor Almond, Curtis Gallipeau

One-on-one with Tonaya Marr Taylor Almond and Curtis Gallipeau were born and raised in Estevan. Almond graduated from the Estevan Comprehensive School in 2009, and Gallipeau graduated in 2010. Together they formed Broken City in 2009 and released their self-titled EP in May 2010. Both Almond and Gallipeau write music, play the guitar and sing. When/how did you get involved in music? What was the first instrument you played, and how old were you? Almond: I think it was in band class, or maybe with my family. Gallipeau: My family got me involved. A: I played the recorder first, probably in like Grade 4 or 5, so I was 10 or 11. G: Probably the guitar. I was six. Who/what inspires you? Inspires your song writing? A: Life. G: Life. Good and bad situations that happen. A: I don’t know if other bands inspire me to write songs, but music in general inspires me. Other bands’ progress as musicians inspires me. When I see live bands, and hear their stuff, I’m like, “Frick, I’ve gotta get working.”

What sort of a role do social networking sites play in your careers? A: We’re currently working on our MySpace page, making it more professional. Our manager told us that if our MySpace looks good, promoters will take us seriously. And it seems like it worked for him; his page

How does living in Estevan/Saskatchewan affect your careers/opportunities/style?

A: Playing the Warped Tour. G: For music to be able to pay the bills.

Who makes up your fan base? A: Mostly teen girls. G: Teen girls. What are the greatest parts about what you’ve been doing? A: It’s fun. We’re doing something that we love. G: It’s our dream, I guess.

looked good for a couple of days and then he was signed. G: We’re using Facebook a lot. Lots of people have become our fans. What have you been doing to promote yourselves? A: We’ve done a radio interview. We’ve played shows, live shows. Doing what bands do. We have a manager who is promoting us and working on booking us a tour. G: We played Battle of the Bands in Oxbow last weekend. We played well. But the other bands were just playing “base, base, snare”

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A: Our sound’s acoustic, melodic. G: The songs we write, they’re not like other songs. Not “verse, chorus, verse.” It’s different. A: They’re not generic. They’re [messed] up.

Where do you see yourselves in five years? Ten?

How has your music been received by the community?

Why acoustic and not a different genre of music?

How would you describe your sound? What makes you different from other artists?

A: Our CD is available on iTunes. G: Message us on Facebook.

A: It’s a depressing city – there’s lots to write about. Lots of inspiration. G: Living here, we make pretty good money and that pays for our music. So that’s good.

A: Well, we play lots of stuff here. Like Relay for Life, and the shows we do at Coffee Comfort usually have lots of people show up. People are buying our CD. G: Not enough people are…

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Making Great TV and Facebook Etiquette (Am I Getting Repetitive Yet?) The Real World: Estevan I love The Real World–New Orleans. It’s the kind of TV that has no point, no plot, and is generally driven by chaos. It’s addictive getting to watch eight strangers live in a house together and try to survive in a big city. So, in my own unique spin on the idea , I propose Estevan host a season of “The Real World.” We’ll need to bring eight young people in from Canada’s larger centres and move them into a house in Estevan in the middle of winter, where they will have to work through their inner Starbucks-dependent demons, and get used to that fact that when the city ends, the wheat and canola fields begin. I spent all of last year living in St. Louis, Missouri, and many of the students I met wouldn’t survive without their tri-level shopping malls and fast-food Italian restaurants. Sounds like quality entertainment to me! We would need a newly rehabilitated drug addict, completely unprepared to face the drug-infested environment that (unfortunately) is Estevan. He will have to deal with his addiction, and the show will feature many heartfelt confessions wherein he describes his pain. Of course, editors of the show will make sure to make it look like people are doing lines of coke on the floors of the Co-op, making the audiences’ hearts bleed with pity. Oh, the magic of television. As with every season of “The Real World,” we will need a member of a Canadian minority. This year will feature a French woman, straight from the streets of Montreal. Her English will be poor, and most of her speech will need to be explained through subtitles. She will have to deal with much prejudice from both her housemates and the community of Estevan. Have no fear though, as thick-headed people are always won over on TV, leaving viewers with fuzzy, warm feelings. Here’s to understanding! As with all great reality TV, there needs to be a pair of anti-relationshippers who will inevitably find each other, confess their love, and spend

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many hours in confessional holding hands and drunkenly telling each other they’re “hot,” or “important.” The other cast members need to be either 1) homosexual, 2) crazily rich, 3) have a scary ex-boyfriend/girlfriend who threatens to appear, or 4) swear a lot when discussing his/her many opinions. The cast will be required to work odd-jobs around town, allowing them to mingle with the community and get used to the pace of Prairie life. Some days they’ll be helping out at an oil company, some days helping a farmer with his cattle, and other days socializing with the many visitors at the Estevan Shoppers Mall. Will they survive Estevan and the ways of the Prairies? Or will the – 45C weather and booming nightlife send them packing? Tune in to find out! More Facebook Back to hatin’ on profile pics. I know that personally, when I post a profile pic, I post one in which I look reasonable good, or one that’s funny enough that I still like it. I don’t put those that get me from a bad angle, or in which I just look terrible. I like to think that everyone feels the same way. So, when I see profile pictures with comments from friends that say, “Awe, you look so cute,” I nod my head in agreement and move right along. However, when the picture’s subject replies with, “Thanks girl. You’re cuter though. You put me to shame.” I want to smash my head against the wall. Why can’t people just accept a compliment? “You look cute.” “Thanks :)” Done. Finished. Life moves on. But no, people have to dwell, and in the aforementioned conversation, the original commenter will always reply with, “Heck no, I look like a dog compared to you.” And so on. Eternally. This scenerio brings me back to a life lesson I learned back in Pleasantdale, when my teachers would motivate my class with SCAMOs. During a class about behaviour, a lecture I’m sure we’d earned, we were taught that answering a compliment with a compliment seems insincere and cheesy. Compliments are meant to be appreciated, and people generally don’t go around throwing them out just to see if they can get a dozen half-hearted ones in return. The moral of the story, kids, is that if someone says something nice to you, either on Facebook or in real-life, just say thanks. Don’t bust out a comment about how chubby your eyelids look, and that they took up all the prettiness in the world and left none for you. Just take the compliment. You’re welcome.

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The Russian government has looked at its domestic drought situation, and begun to worry about its domestic market. To this end, the government has moved to ban wheat exports in order to protect its domestic buyers. It’s not that unusual for governments to take such measures. Several European countries have made moves to ensure domestic markets have domestic supply first over the years. In terms of feeding one’s Grain markets should work best under the concept of supply and own population, it is actually a rather logical step to take. That said, economists who believe in the free flow of commodidemand. That is the way commodity markets pencil out in their most ties and cash see it as an impediment to the natural course of supstraightforward economic pattern. The bigger the pile of wheat, the ply/demand economics. While you can argue about their perspective, less buyers are going to pay, knowing there is more than enough wheat they are right in the assertion government intervention does impede to meet markets. the flow of goods. In a year when weather pushes production down, buyers Again this is nothing new, especially for Canadian farmers are willing to pay more. who know too well the impact government policies can have, This year has indications of being one of those that has in particular the trade enhancement efforts of both the United buyers a little worried with regard to supplies. States and the European Union. In terms of grain markets, particularly wheat and barley, At least in this instance the Russia intervention is actuRussia has spurred the current uneasiness in the world. It is ally a boon for Canadian farmers since it is sending a signal actually interesting that the Russian situation is one which to the marketplace that wheat stocks might become tighter is part of the reality of the impact of weather and part how By CALVIN than expected, and that has pushed the market higher, with DANIELS government decisions can impact grain prices too. Trader Agriculture some suggestions that $8 per bushel prices are likely in the On the one side of the equation is a drought that is havColumnist months ahead. ing a twofold effect, not just in Russia, but also in the Black The situation may be short-lived, although 2010 weather around Sea area. It is expected to reduce crops harvested now, which has had the world is frankly spooky enough to make one wonder what might world wheat production estimates cut by a couple of per cent already, happen in the future. We have seen excess moisture across much of and has helped barley prices rally. the Prairies, the aforementioned drought in Russia, and the extreme The drought is also likely to reduce the acres of fall-seeded wheat flooding in Pakistan, and all three are impacting how buyers view in Russia, which could extend the impact into 2011 by reducing spring markets. crop production. And ultimately weather impacts markets in the most significant Then there is the impact government intervention can have on the ways, although government meddling runs a close second. mood of the marketplace.

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By Samantha Weaver • It was 19th-century author Samuel Butler who made the following sage observation: “Morality is the custom of one’s country and the current feeling of one’s peers. Cannibalism is moral in a cannibal country.”

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Consignment for Change Newly opened at 218 Souris Avenue, My Sister’s Closet offers people a chance to make some cash while donating to a cause. Storeowner, Jordyn Schulte, said she first got the idea after visiting a store in Vancouver that had the same name. “It attracted me because my mom had had a clothing store called My Sister’s Closet. I went in and they were doing consignment to raise money for rehabilitated women who’d been addicted to drugs,”

said Schulte. Schulte returned to Estevan inspired and has now started her own version. Schulte has chosen to give 30 per cent of profit made from the donated clothing to the charity Living Waters, which is a global organization dedicated to providing poverty-stricken people with clean, safe drinking water. “My church [the Church of God] is involved with Living Waters. A team from Estevan went to El Salvador to drill a well,”

she said. “I thought it would be cool to keep working with them.” My Sister’s Closet is currently accepting high quality second-hand clothing, meaning “not roughly worn, clean, no stains,” according to Schulte. Clothing donors do not leave empty handed – they receive a cut of 30 per cent from the profits of their donations. However, not all clothing is accepted, and that which is not deemed high quality will either be returned to the owner or

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• Evidently wild monkeys are causing a bit of trouble for railroads in India. It seems that the monkeys board trains and run amok, causing no small amount of consternation to the passengers. To combat the problem, police in the city of Delhi hired a black-faced langur monkey to ride the trains and frighten off the wild monkeys. There’s no word on what wages were offered. • The most common surnames in the United States are, in order, Smith, Johnson, Williams and Jones. • Those who study such things say that in just one of your fingertips there are approximately 3,000 touch receptors. *** Thought for the Day: “A conference is a gathering of important people who singly can do nothing, but together can decide that nothing can be done.” -- Fred Allen (c) 2010 King Features Synd., Inc.

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One-on-One Time With Grandkids With Grandparents Day coming up on Sunday, Sept. 12, I checked in with some cool grandparents to find out what makes moments with their grandkids extra special. I chatted with caring grandparents far and wide on planes and trains and in bustling park playgrounds, and I discovered that a common theme to “Grandparenting 101” might best be called “Grandparenting 1 on 1.” Seventy-year-old Frank Copple, grandfather of three young, active boys, said that to really get to know the personalities, interests and characteristics of his grandsons, he carves out time to do an activity with each individually. “Each child is unique, and it’s gratifying and fun to encourage their talents one

on one, whether we go fishing, take a walk around the neighborhood observing sights and sounds, or do a little project together,” he said. “Those are the times when we really connect.” Energetic grandmother Betsy Peak calls her together time with 10-year-old granddaughter Madeline “Maddi Club Day.” “I pick her up, and we do whatever we want that day,” says Betsy. “You never know where our adventures will lead us. When she was young, one of our favorite outings was to the Humane Society, which eventually resulted in adopting a wonderful dog named Allie.” If you are a grandparent, start your own grandkid club for one-on-one time together. And remember, wherever you go and whatever you do on your club day will be special because you shared the memory

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New Millionaires, New Research Station, and Record-Long Traffic Jam LOCAL Estevan’s schools are open for business as of yesterday, though teachers have been at school since Monday preparing for a fresh batch of students. Thirty-two new teachers have been welcomed into the Cornerstone School division. Recruiting and retaining good teachers in the area is a current mission of the Cornerstone trustees, as is reviewing rural schools for possible closure within the next couple of years. This year there is a teaching staff of more than 500 instructing in the division’s 38 schools. More than

7,800 students are expected to have registered and started their classes yesterday. ••• Leah and Mike Kraus are Estevan’s newest millionaires. The couple won their money on a Scratch ’N Win ticket Leah purchased at Henders Price Watchers Drugs. Upon realizing she had a winner, Leah said had to ask for a chair because her legs were so weak. This is the second lottery ticket win for Leah, as she received part of a shared $200,000 earlier this year. The couple plans to use their winnings to pay some bills and to save for early retirement.

NATIONAL It has been reported that three Canadians were killed on the bus that was involved in a deadly hostage standoff in the Philippines on Monday, August 23. Of the 25 passengers on the bus when it was overtaken by ex-police officer, Rolando Mendoza, 13 survived, including Jason Leung, who is in the hospital after undergoing surgery following the situation. Leung is the son and brother of the three deceased Canadians. He and his sisters, Jessie, 14, and Doris, 21, as well as their father Ken, 58, and mother, Amy Ng, hold dualcitizenships and were living

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horses that died from the heat littered the streets, and near riots ensued at police precincts where ice was distributed. The staggering death count was coupled with a shortage of coffins. It isn’t easy to blow the dust off of more than a century of history and make it relevant, but historian Edward P. Kohn has managed to do just that. Kohn humanizes the disaster’s victims, and one almost can feel the hopelessness of tenement dweller John Hughes, who climbed out on a parapet to catch a breeze and fell to his death. Theodore Roosevelt, the 37-year-old president of NYC’s Board of Police

Commissioners, witnessed the suffering first hand, and the misery he saw no doubt helped him formulate the progressive politics he later embraced. One of the political victims was William Jennings Bryan, who had the misfortune of launching his national campaign during the horrific event. Five minutes into his speech at Madison Square Garden, more than half of the crowd had left because of the sweltering heat. As Kohn points out, in the blink of an eye, Bryan had all but lost the presidential race before even finishing his remarks.

The heat wave that lingered over New York City in early August 1896 killed nearly 1,300 people in Manhattan alone. It is considered one of the worst natural disasters of the late 19th century and claimed more lives than even the Chicago Fire of 1871. For 10 oppressive days, temperatures in New York City hovered in the high 90s, and when combined with the humidity created a heat index well above 100 degrees F. This might not sound all that serious in this age of air conditioning, but a century ago when the sun baked the brick tenements of New York City, interior temperatures reached as high as 120 F. Corpses of

in Hong Kong. Ng told reporters that her husband had rushed from the back of the bus in an attempt to save the other passengers, sacrificing himself. ••• A new research station is being built in Canada’s Arctic with the mission of studying climate change. The station, which is to be located in Cambridge Bay, Nunavut, will be a “largescale, world-class centre that will be looking at all aspects of northern science and the northern environment,â€? according to Prime Minister Stephen Harper. Eighteenmillion dollars was set aside

in the 2010 federal budget for pre-construction design of the facility. INTERNATIONAL A traffic jam that stretches 100 kilometres across northern China has hit its 13th day and could very well last 24 more. The jam stems from construction going on in Beijing that isn’t expected to be finished until September 17. This gridlock, in which drivers are moving less than one kilometre a day, has offered interested business opportunities for local villagers, who have used the event for profit, selling instant noodles, boxed lunches and snacks for well

over the standard prices to stranded motorists. ••• Foreign aid officials expected the Canadian military’s Disaster Assistance Response Team to be heading to Pakistan to offer assistance to the flood ravaged country, but it seems they won’t be going. DART can only be deployed at the request of the affected country’s government, and curiously, Pakistan has not issued such a request. Military forces from the United States, Japan, and Australia are either in Pakistan now, or are making their way there.

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Gibson Guitar Q: I have a Gibson Byrdland guitar that I inherited from an uncle. I assume it has value, but I have no idea of how much. -- Mike, Canton, Ohio A: I found your guitar referenced in Classic Guitars: Identification & Price Guide by Nick Freeth (Krause Publications). According to Freeth, your guitar “successfully combined the best characteristics of solid body and conventional design.” It is worth about $12,000. *** Q: I have an Avon bottle in the shape of a Ford Model T. What can you tell me about its value? -- Dolores, Sodus Point, N.Y.

A: At almost every garage and yard sale I’ve ever seen, there have been at least two or three Avon collectibles ranging from Christmas ornaments to bottles. During the 1980s, Avon collectibles peaked, and there is less demand in this current market. With that said, I recommend you find your bottle in one of the numerous Avon price guides available. I especially like Bob Hastin’s Avon Collectors’ Encyclopedia for Avon Bottles and California Perfume Products 1886-Present. I found several copies available for less than $20 at Amazon.com. *** Q: I have a Tiara canister in the Sandwich pattern. I know nothing

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about this type of glass, but I have been offered $45 for it and wonder if I should accept. -- Sue, Lakewood, Colo. A: The Sandwich line of Tiara glass was sold at in-home parties and was available in various colors, including ruby, teal, crystal, amber, green, pink, and blue. You can find out more about this type of glass by getting a copy of Collectible Glassware from the ‘40s, ‘50s, and ‘60s by Gene Florence (Collector Books). Your canister is worth in the $10 to $25 range. In other words, take the $45. *** Q: I have a pair of engraved dice that are

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If you would like to help with any of the following please contact us: • $10,000 to renovate one of our “Valley Suites” with naming rights on the suite and recognition on our Donor Wall • $5,000 to renovate a 1-bedroom suite with recognition on our Donor Wall • Cash donations of any amount towards: - a security system - new dining room tables and chairs - replacement of furniture in lounge - replacement of windows and window coverings - washers, dryers, fridges & stoves - a shed for residents’ outdoor scooters We thank you for your consideration of this request. Please contact Judy Pratt, Lodge Manager or Shelly Veroba, Operations Superintendent at 634-4154 or 421-2722 for more information. A big thank you to the following people who already donated to our Renovatin’ Creighton Campaign: Peterson Construction; Kelly Lafrentz Trucking; Spectra Credit Union; Power Dodge; Crown Advertising; Dave Hoffort; Joanne Byrne; Trent’s Tire; and to our anonymous $5,000 donor.

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PUBLIC NOTICE Public notice is hereby given that the Council of the Rural Municipality of CoalÀelds No. 4 intends to adopt a bylaw under The Planning and Development Act, 2007 to amend Bylaw No. 4/95, the OfÀcial Community Plan (formerly known as the Basic Planning Statement). INTENT The proposed bylaw will: • increase the maximum number of single parcel residential subdivisions that will be allowed per quarter section from three sites per quarter section to Àve sites per quarter section and, • remove the provision that allows for the subdivision of an additional country residential site per quarter section for the subdivision of an existing farm residence by a farmer for retirement purposes.

We’re Renovatin’ Creighton Ownership of Creighton Lodge (1028 Hillcrest Drive, Estevan) has been recently transferred to the R.M.s of Estevan, Cambria, Cymri, CoalÀelds and Benson. With Ànancial assistance from the businesses and people of Estevan and area, we are hoping to repair and renovate the building so we can ensure a safe, clean home capable of delivering outstanding service to our senior residents. This is an essential enriched housing complex for Southeast Saskatchewan.

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REASON Increase in the maximum allowable number of country residential sites per quarter section: The amendment will provide opportunity for increased low density country residential subdivision in the municipality in accordance with the municipality’s current separation policies and development standards.

Chad W. Jesse, B. Admin, LL.B Barry Bridges and the staff of McDougall Gauley LLP proudly announce that Chad Jesse has joined the Àrm’s Estevan ofÀce as a partner. Chad returns to his hometown with 7 years of corporate and commercial law experience and looks forward to providing exceptional professional service to clients throughout southeast Saskatchewan. We invite new and existing clients to contact Chad for legal assistance with their personal matters, such as home transactions, wills, family trusts, mineral ownership and estates as well as with their corporate and commercial matters, including business sales and purchases, Ànancings, corporate reorganizations and oil and gas transactions. Welcome, Chad.

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Removal of the provision for a retiring farmer to subdivide an additional country residential site in a quarter section comprising an existing farmstead: This provision is not needed since a retiring farmer can subdivide his existing farmstead under the expanded provision of Àve sites per quarter section. The Zoning Bylaw for the municipality does not make a distinction between a country residential subdivision of an existing farmstead for a retiring farmer and a subdivision of a site for the construction of a new residence by a non-farmer. The amendment makes it clear that the maximum number of country residential sites is limited to Àve sites per quarter section. PUBLIC INSPECTION Any person may inspect the bylaws at the Rural Municipal OfÀce, located at 421 Main Street, in the Town of Bienfait, between the hours of 9:00 AM and 5:00 PM (closed between 12:00 PM and 1:00 PM) from Monday to Friday, excluding statutory holidays. Copies of the proposed bylaws are available at the Rural Municipal OfÀce at a cost of $1.00. PUBLIC HEARING Council will hold a public hearing on September 8, 2010 at 10:00 AM at the Rural Municipal OfÀce to hear any person or group that wants to comment on the proposed bylaw. Council will also consider written comments received at the hearing, or delivered to the undersigned at the municipal ofÀce before the hearing. Issued at the Town of Bienfait this 20th day of August, 2010. Barry Katschke, Rural Municipal Administrator.


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LOCAL As far as head coach Marco Ricci is concerned, it looks like a promising year for the Elecs football club. Despite a winless opening season, Ricci said the team’s goals for this season are to make it to playoffs, host a playoff game, and maybe even host the provincial or city championship. The Elecs’ training camp started last week, and Ricci said 15 new players have been added to the roster. Combined with the 20 returning from last season, Ricci believes he will have “a nice mix.” The season opener

takes place at Woodlawn Regional Park at 4:30 p.m on Thursday, September 2. ••• A few changes were made at the annual fall general meeting of the Estevan Minor Hockey Association held Monday. In an effort to stay competitive, officials’ rates have been increased. Registration fees will be increasing by $20 due to a five per cent increase in ice fees. Bantam and peewee “A” division teams will be following teams from Moose Jaw and Weyburn and moving to Hockey Regina. Midget A will remain

unchanged. A set minimum fee for sponsors has been set for each division, in an effort to keep sponsors from withdrawing or decreasing their support. NATIONAL Canadian figure skating coach Brian Orser has been fired by his skating protégée, South Korea’s Kim Yu-na. Orser and fellow coach Tracy Wilson trained Yu-na at the Toronto Cricket, Skating and Curling Club, helping her win the world title in 2009 and then the women’s singles gold medal at the Winter Olympics. Orser says the firing was a complete sur-

prise and that he “didn’t understand why they [Yu-na and her mother] did this.” ••• A torn ligament in his elbow will be keeping Mike Weir off of the tee-off box until the 2011 season. Before undergoing an MRI on the weekend, Weir believed he was suffering from tendinitis. Weir was prompted by a fellow golf pro to seek medical attention. He will likely spend the rest of the season resting his elbow.

9. The state of Nevada’s Clark County coroner’s office has deemed her death a suicide. Blasberg was found by Dr. Thomas Hess with a plastic bag secured over her head. Hess is being charged with obstruction, as he removed items from the scene, including a suicide note. The coroner’s office has said asphyxia combined with dangerous levels of prescription medications found in Blasberg’s system were the cause of death. Blasberg was in the middle of her sixth season on the LPGA tour and she had packed her bags to attend a tournament in Mobile,

INTERNATIONAL American LPGA golfer Eric Blasberg was found dead in her home on May

Alabama. ••• The fastest man in the world, Usain Bolt, signed an impressive contract that extended his sponsorship by Puma to 2013. Signing the contract has made Bolt the highest paid track and field athlete in the sport’s history. The amount of the deal is unknown, but it is speculated to be considerably more than the $1.5 million Bolt is believed to have been earning previously.

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Up and Over The Estevan Comprehensive School Elecs football club is back on the field gearing up for their second season. The Elecs opening game is September 7 against Central Collegiate. See a full training camp photo gallery at www.estevanmercury.ca

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1. In large bowl, with mixer at medium speed, beat cream cheese until smooth. Gradually beat in 1/2 cup milk. Reduce speed to low; add pudding mix, undiluted limeade concentrate and remaining 1 cup milk. Beat just until blended. Fold in 2 cups whipped topping; spoon into piecrust. 2. Refrigerate pie until firm enough to slice, at least 3 hours.

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ESTEVAN THE ENERGY CITY CITY PAGE Seating Chart for the Spectra Place

Play Parks 2010 Our summer is almost over and we would like to thank everyone for spending the summer at the Play Parks with us! A special thanks to all of our volunteers and special guests at our special events: • Kinsmen and Kinette Clubs of Estevan • Estevan Fire Department • Estevan Ambulance Services • Mayor Gary St. Onge • Mrs. Gooding • Mrs. Zeleny • Mrs. Smeltzer & Larissa Smeltzer • Leann Fergusson • Chad Kleinser & TS&M Supply for the use of their barbeque at the carnival • Dave Harazny & Sheena Onrait at the Southeast Regional College • All of the sponsors for the outdoor Movie Night We would also like to thank all of our donors for their continued support to the Play Parks. Without their generous contributions, this free program would not be available for children of the community to enjoy. We thank: • Estevan Rotary Club Foundation • Lions Club of Estevan for their support of Rusty Duce Park • Kinsmen Club of Estevan for their support of Hillside Park • Spectra Credit Union • Estevan Co-op • Souris Valley Paving Inc. • Sheritt Coal • Ross Veterinary Services • Royal Purple of Canada Estevan #74 • Elks Lodge • Metra Equipment Inc. • Royal Bank of Canada • Knights of Columbus • Century 21 • Petro Bakken Energy Ltd. • Canadian Natural Resources Limited • WalMart • Prairie Mines Royalty Ltd. • TS&M Supply • Jason’s No Frills • Southeast Regional College • Cresent Point • Tech Solutions Canada We want to hear your opinion! Now that the Playpark Season and Summer Camp Programs are quickly coming to a close, we’d like to know how we can make these programs better. If you have any suggestions or comments for our program next year, please contact Alicia Gooding, Summer Program Coordinator, at 634-1885 or email playparks2010@gmail.com. If you prefer, your comments can remain anonymous. Thank you for your continued support of the Play Park and Summer Camp programs! Sports Camps 2010 Thank you to all of our summer camp participants! We had a summer full of fun! Special thank you to all of our instructors who all did an awesome job: • Bonnie Chepil-Kvamme & ECS Cheerleaders • Rick Milewcz & XSIV • Amanda Minchin from Woodlawn Golf Course • Laura Lunn from SaskDiving • Sheldon Mayer

BE PREPARED, NOT SCARED Make copies of important documents and keep the extra copy in a safe place outside your home, such as a safety deposit box or with a friend. FOR ASSISTANCE IN MAKING YOUR EMERGENCY PLAN, CALL THE EMO OFFICE AT 634-1855.

NOTICE:

Residents are reminded that the TrafÀc Bylaw prohibits parking unattached trailers on any City Street or blocking sidewalks. The Estevan Police Service will be increasing enforcement and your co-operation is appreciated.

Weight Room Renovations Renovations to the Weight Room at the Souris Valley Aquatic and Leisure Centre are tentatively scheduled to be completed at the end of August. During this time the weight room will remain open however not all equipment will be available for use. We ask for your patience while renovations take place.

At The Library...

Sept 1,8,15,29 - from 3:00pm – 5:00pm – Tech Tips with Taren. These ½ hour appointments allow a one-on-one opportunity to customize your own computer lesson. Call Taren to set-up an appointment today. 636-1621. Sept 8th – Baby Lap Time - 10:30am. Join Maureen once a month for 20 minutes of lap-bouncing Ànger plays, rhymes and songs designed to enhance language enrichment! For ‘pre-walker’ babies and their caregivers! Call to register. Sept 9th – Get More out of Your Reading - 6:30pm. Join us for this 1.5 hour interactive lecture. We will explore why we evaluate literature, as well as how to investigate the importance and meaning of speciÀc elements of a story. This course will use 2 short stories which may be picked up in advance. Call 636-1621 to register. Sept 11th – A Taste of Chocolate: World View - 2:00pm. Explore the world of chocolate at the library! We will be doing a chocolate tasting with different chocolates from around the world, focusing on the cocoa bean and it’s industry. Interactive and oh so chocolately! A fun afternoon event! Ages 13+, supplies limited so registration is necessary. Call 636-1621. Sept 16th – Cover to Cover Book Club is back - 6:30pm. September’s book is Five Quarters of the Orange by Joanne Harris. Call 6361621 for your copy – new members always welcome! The Library will be CLOSED September 5th and 6th for the September Long Weekend.

What’s happening at the Arts Council? Annual General Meeting Wednesday, September 8, 2010 • 7:00 p.m. • Library “Room A” Souris Valley Aquatic & Leisure Centre • Information: 634-3942 / 634-6287

CALLING ALL ARTISTS! Opportunity for visual artists and crafts people to exhibit their work, participate in informational and hands-on workshops and develop critical skills. “Five” pieces of art are required – entry deadline is Sept 15th with delivery of art set for Sept 29th. Estevan Arts Council - ADJUDICATED ART SHOW October 1 – 29, 2010 Pick up your information package at the office OR call for details – 634-3942 ******* Stars for Saskatchewan - Koncerts for Kids Best Buy for 2010-2011 concert series ~ is your subscription! CALL today! Estevan Arts Council “promoting the ARTS in OUR community” (located in the City Leisure Services Division office – Leisure Centre) www.estevanartscouncil.com • estevanartscouncil@sasktel.net • 634-3942

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CITY PAGE

ESTEVAN THE ENERGY CITY

The Council of the City of Estevan, pursuant to Section 207 of the Planning and Development Act, 2007, gives notice of its intention to commence proceedings to adopt an OfÀcial Community Plan and Zoning Bylaw as hereinafter provided: 1. BYLAW #2010-1833 “A Bylaw of the City of Estevan in the Province of Saskatchewan to adopt an OfÀcial Community Plan for the City of Estevan” i. “That Schedule ‘A’ attached to and forming part of Bylaw #2010-1833 be adopted as ‘The City of Estevan OfÀcial Community Plan’ for the City of Estevan until such time as the plan is repealed. 2. BYLAW #2010-1834 “A Bylaw of the City of Estevan in the Province of Saskatchewan to regulate the use and development of land, and locations of Buildings and other structures in the City of Estevan, so as to provide for the amenity of the City, the Health, Safety and General Welfare of the inhabitants”. i. That Schedule ‘A’ attached to and forming part of Bylaw #2010-1834 which may be cited as the Zoning Bylaw of the City of Estevan and the Zoning Map attached thereto be adopted as the Zoning Bylaw for the City of Estevan, until such time the bylaw be repealed. ii. That Bylaws 84-1030 and 87-1178, and all amendments thereto are hereby repealed; Reason: The purpose of an OfÀcial community plan as provided for in the Act is to ‘provide a comprehensive policy framework to guide the physical, environmental, economic, social and cultural development of the municipality or any part of the municipality’. Once adopted, the plan will establish the City’s goals/objectives, policy statements and regulatory framework used to manage land use, subdivision/development activities, municipal service provisions, and public utilities/infrastructure within the City. As part of the requirements for enacting an ofÀcial Community Plan, the City is also required to prepare and adopt a ‘new’ Zoning Bylaw. The Zoning bylaw is a complimentary regulatory document, and is the primary legal and administrative means for implementing the objectives and policies contained with the OfÀcial Community plan. The purpose of the zoning bylaw as deÀned in the Act ‘is to control the use of land for providing for the amenity of the area within Council’s jurisdiction and for the health, safety and general welfare of the inhabitants of the municipality’. The zoning bylaw is also accompanied by a zoning map designating various land use districts in the municipality.

FULL-TIME AND PART-TIME LIFEGUARD/INSTRUCTORS POSITIONS AVAILABLE SOURIS VALLEY AQUATIC AND LEISURE CENTRE CITY OF ESTEVAN Interested in a fast pace and challenging work environment? Then join our dynamic and energetic team of lifeguards. We are currently seeking Aquatic Professional who posses strong leadership skills, positive attitudes and eagerness to succeed. Summary: Provide a safe and enjoyable environment for the aquatic centre customers. Duties include: - Ensure the safety of the aquatic centre customers by enforcing polices, rules, and regulations - Administers first aid in the event of a major or minor accidents with the entire facility - Maintenance and cleaning of the guard area, pool area and change rooms - Logs, records and reports pertinent information such as water tests, receipt of materials, time sheets and task performed - Teaches Red Cross swimming lessons and completes all paperwork such as tear sheets and reports at the conclusion of a set of lessons - Assists the public and associate staff members with business division records, bylaws, polices and procedures - Promotes and maintain positive public relations between staff and customers Minimum qualifications: - current Bronze Cross or NLS - current Standard First Aid and CPR-C - Red Cross Water Safety Instructors. This posting does not list all the duties of these positions nor does it fully detail the required skills, knowledge or abilities required of the candidates. Qualified candidates please submit a resume with references. Email: leisure.pool@estevan.ca. In Person: Souris Valley Aquatic and Leisure Centre, 701 Souris Avenue, Estevan Saskatchewan S4A 2T1, Attention: Lisa

CITY OF ESTEVAN TENDER

The City of Estevan invites tenders to complete the following 2010 Project: Tender ES.11.2010 - Dominion Heights Subdivision - Phase II - Earthworks, Underground & Surface Works The OfÀcial Community Plan and Zoning Bylaw were completed based on the Àndings of a previously prepared and circulated Tender packages are available at the Legislative Services Business Division – Main Floor ‘Land use planning and development background document’ and upon further gathering input from various Community stakeholders – City Hall. For further information regarding this tender, or to arrange a meeting before and the general public at large. closing date of tender, please contact Greg Wock A.Sc.T; 634-1818; Fax 636-2199; email: engman@estevan.ca The complete draft documents and zoning map are available for viewing on the City’s website at www.estevan.ca, or hardcopies Interested Contractors are invited to submit sealed envelopes marked with the respective may be obtained by contacting the City’s Land Development Services Manager at City Hall, 634-1821. The general public is also Tender Number to the following by 2:30 PM SK Time, Tuesday, September 7, 2010. provided an opportunity to view a presentation summary which is on display in the lower meeting room of City Hall, 1102 Fourth Legislative Services Business Division, Main Floor – 1102 Fourth Street Street, over the next several weeks. The Land Development Services Manager will be available to answer any questions or inquiries. City of Estevan, Estevan, SK S4A 0W7 Public opening of tenders shall take place at 2:30 PM SK Time, Tuesday, September 7, 2010 The City invites any written submissions or comments relating to the documents and will be accepting such submissions until September 14, 2010. Please direct any written submissions or inquiries to the City of Estevan, Land Development Services Business in the Council Chambers, City Hall, Estevan, Saskatchewan. The City of Estevan reserves that right to reject any or all tenders, and the lowest tender may Division, City Hall, 1102 Fourth Street, Estevan, Saskatchewan, S4A 0W7, 634-1821, or email at rdenys@estevan.ca. not necessarily be accepted. Bylaw #2010-1833 and Bylaw #2010-1834 may be inspected by any person at the Legislative Services Business Division, City Hall, 1102 4th Street, Estevan, Saskatchewan, between the hours of 8:00am-4:30pm Monday to Friday. City Council, at it’s meeting to be held on Monday, September 20, at 7:30pm 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 bylaws and will further consider any written submissions respecting the bylaws, 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 Tuesday, September 14, 2010. Dated at the City of Estevan this 10th Day of August 2010.

POOL SHUTDOWN

SVALC Concession

Due to the annual pool shutdown, the SVALC Conces- The Souris Valley Aquatic and Leisure Centre ansion will have reduced hours for September. The concession will be open Monday-Friday from 10 a.m. nual Pool Shutdown will take place from Septem- 2 p.m. The concession will be closed Saturday and ber 7 - September 26. Sunday September 11, 12, 18 & 19. Regular hours The pool will re-open will resume Thursday, September 23rd. Monday September 27.

ESTEVANESTEVAN ARTS COUNCIL - Promoting Arts inEstevan the Estevan ARTS COUNCIL ~ Promoting the Arts in and Area ~ Area As a volunteer, non-profit organization, we offer to Estevan and surrounding communities, quality concerts, an art scholarship program, adjudicated art show and classes/workshops in the arts. Space is limited and we, therefore, encourage you to check out our website for complete details: www.estevanartscouncil.com estevanartscouncil@sasktel.net 634-3942 K ONCERTS FOR K IDS : 2010-2011 concert series is in place with Missoula Children’s Theatre kicking off the season with the production of Treasure Island. Local students (K-Grade 12) are invited to audition for the performance which will be th th presented September 13 . On October 7 , a dynamic ensemble of hereditary West African master musicians and dancers will perform, so mark your calendar for Masabo – Celebrate Africa! Christmas is just around the corner and we encourage you to plan now to take time out of that busy schedule to relax and sing along to original and traditional songs woven into a delightful th Christmas story with Brenda Baker – The Old Elephant’s Christmas scheduled for December 12 . Into the New Year, Seattle’s Funniest Comedy Team, Brothers from Different Mothers will perform on April 15, 2011 th

S TARS FOR S ASKATCHEWAN : Another great season, the 2010-2011 concert series begins October 19 with Ireland’s CELTIC TENORS which is sure to please audiences of all ages! Henri Loiselle with Martin Janovsky will perform on th November 30 taking the audience around the world on a musical journey through different countries and styles. 2011, th January 30 will see Martha Guth, Soprano and Tyler Duncan, Baritone with Erika Switzer, piano thrilling the audience with their persuasive and passionate performance. February 20, 2011 we are pleased to present Alessio Bax & Lucille Chung, piano duo. Their two award winning recordings and performances on the world’s most prestigious platforms have established Alessio and Lucille as one of the most dynamic and brilliant young Canadian piano duos of their generation. We will entertained with Traditional Folk Music (British Isles/French Canada) with Blackthorn scheduled to perform on April 3, 2011. Swing’N Soul Singers will close our season on May 1, 2011. Gospel music has had a huge surge in popularity in recent years and there are now many wonderful gospel arrangements of old standards as well as new songs, which has made the style appealing to all audiences. V ISUAL A RTS : Interested in the arts? We are revamping our workshops/classes ~ call for details. The Adjudicated Art th Show is scheduled for the month of October 2010 - participants are to submit their entry form no later than September 15 .

Estevan Taekwon-Do Association

Midgets : Boys and Girls Teams (1995 or later)

Classes run at Pleasantdale School on Sunday & Wednesday nights with the following times: 6-7pm beginner class(child) 7-8pm intermediate class(child) 8-9pm adult class(students over 15yr)

Fees : $150.00 Times : TBA Juveniles : Boys and Girls Teams (1991 or later) Fees : $190.00 Times : TBA Equipment Required: Broomball Shoes, Broomball Stick, Shin Pads, Elbow pads, Helmet with cage, Sport cup, Broomball gloves / Hockey gloves Contact: Dale 634-8834 Midget Boys and Girls Provincials: Feb. 18-20, 2011

Beavers (5-7yrs) Cubs(8-10yrs) Scouts(11-14yrs) Parent Leaders Welcomed COST: $TBA Session: Sept-April.

S.E.Sask Sask RollerRoller Derby Association S.E. Derby Association Looking for women 19+, any size or athletic Looking for women 19+, any size or athletic ability. ability.

Minimum age of 7yrs to participate but no maximum age

Lignite Miners Centre

Please contact Wayne Brown @ 643-7793 for more information

Visit the Booth for more information regarding the upcoming fall season.

Tuesdays - 4:15pm - 5:15pm Sunshine(ages 3 & 4) 5:15pm – 6:15pm Moonbeams 1 (ages 7,8,9) 5:15pm – 6:16pm Sunbeam 1(kindergarten or Grade 1))

Volunteers, trainers, coaches, sponsors and Volunteers, trainers, coaches, sponsors and referees required. referees required.

Wednesdays – 9:30am – 10:15am Sunrise (pre-keyboard must be 3 years of age)

Contact: Lorelei at 634-2665 or Contact: s.e.saskrollerderby@hotmail.com Lorelei at 634-2665 or s.e.saskrollerderby@hotmail.com

Thursdays – 6:45pm – 7:45pm Sunbeams 1 (kindergarten and Grade 1) Fridays – 10:15am – 11:00am Sunrise (pre-keyboard ages 2 – 4)

Mini - Mermaids

Timbits Curling (Nov.7 to Dec.19) 5-7 year olds: 2 to 3 pm (maximum 16 participants) 8-10 year olds: 3 to 4 pm (maximum 24 participants) Fee $50.00

Who: Age 5 to 8 When: Monday 5:30—6:00 pm OR Wednesday 5:30—6:00 pm Cost: To be announced

Novice/Juvenile Curling (Skill/Game Development)(Nov. 2-Dec. 21) Grades 6-12: 6pm-7:15pm (maximum 48 participants) (Sign up as individuals) Fee- $60.00 Novice/Juvenile League (Game Play) (Jan. 4-Feb. 15) Grades 6-12: 6pm-7:15pm (maximum 12 teams) Fee $60.00

A fun, play- based introduction to synchronized swimming designed for those children who love to be in the water. Children should be comfortable with the water and able to put full face in the water. Red Cross Level 1 is suggested.

Adult League Information and registration will also be available at City Wide registration

Equipment: Curlers need to wear clean indoor shoes. Curlers are to wear track pants or stretchy pants. No jeans allowed. Club will provide brooms and sliders but please feel free to bring your own.

Estevan Mermaids Who: Anyone over the age of 8 who loves to be in the water. Must be comfortable in the deep end. Red Cross Level 3 is suggested. When: Monday and Wednesday Entry level - 6:45- 8:00 Competitive and Recreation - 6:15- 8:00 Costs to be announced at City Wide Registration Contact Brenda at 634-2584 or bren.lyons@sasktel.net

Times: Vary – depending on age group and league schedule Boys and Girls age Groups Timbit Initiation 5 & 6 year olds Novice 7 & 8 year olds Atom 9 & 10 year olds PeeWee 11 & 12 year olds Bantam 13 & 14 year olds Midget 15, 16 & 17 year olds

Fees: To be set at Annual Fall General Meeting Learn to Skate Estevan Minor Hockey offers a Learn to Skate program for girls and boys 4 - 7 years old. Wednesdays from 4:00 – 5:00 at the LMC

Music for Young Children is a child centered music learning system that integrates keyboard, creative movement, rhythm,ear training and sight reading, music theory and composition. Taught in a small group setting, parents and children come together for one hour, once a week to learn and play together. For more information visit us at the City wide registration or call Joanna @ 634-4211 or Anita @ 636-2692.

SVALC PROGRAMS

Aquatic programs will be available for registration. Please watch for facility guide , or check online at www.estevan.ca (click on Leisure programs).

Estevan Curling Club

Classes begin in September

Roller skates and pads are provided for you Roller to try itskates out. and pads are provided for you to try it out.

See our booth for more information

Sept 2, 2010 5:30pm-9:00pm

CanSkate - begins early October for children ages 4yrs and up. Mondays and Thursdays; 6:15pm to 7:00pm.(choose one or both nights) Fees to be announced at City Wide Family rates are available for families with 3 or more children FAMILY ORGANIZER CALENDARS WILL BE AVAILABLE FOR THE PUBLIC TO PURCHASE For more information call, Jane (634-4710) or Janine (634-9835)

Estevan Sharks Water Polo Welcome Swimmers ages 8yrs and up. Season runs from September to March Players fees to be announced. Contact Michelle@634-5223 or 634-9228 for more info

November2322(Tuesdays) (Mondays) Fall Session: October October 54–- November 6-7pm: Grades 1 and 2 7-8pm: Grades 3 and 4 8-9pm: Grades 5 and 6 2011 Winter Session: January January 10 11 –- March March 8,7,2011 (No February22)21) (No Class class February 6pm-7pm: Grades 1 and 2 7pm-8pm: Grades 3 and 4 8pm-9pm: Grades 5 and 6 Cost: $45/session Bring indoor gym shoes, shorts, a water bottle and a positive attitude! To register after City Wide, contact Sheila at 634-5188

Wylie Mitchell Air Cadets. For information call Danielle at 388-2738 or Lori at 634-4452.

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Grant Ferster BC Fruit Truck will be in Estevan every Wednesday. 1. MEASUREMENTS: What period of years is described by the term “duodecennial”? 2. TELEVISION: What is the name of Homer Simpson’s dog? 3. ANIMAL KINGDOM: What is the scientific name of a turtle’s shell? 4. MYTHOLOGY: What was the name of the Greek goddess of vengeance? 5.GENERALKNOWLEDGE: In what country is the airline company Aer Lingus based? 6 . G E O G R A P H Y: What is the largest island in the Caribbean?

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CITY PAGE Tender ES.10.2010 – Duncan Road Rehabilitation Tender packages are available at the Legislative Services Business Division – Lower Level – City Hall. For further information regarding this tender please contact Zeshan Haider, P.Eng at 634-1818, Fax 6362199 or e-mail: engineer@estevan.ca

Position: GUARD/MATRON

2010 Tax Notices

CITY OF ESTEVAN TENDER The City of Estevan invites tenders to complete the following works:

ESTEVAN THE ENERGY CITY

2010 Tax Notices were mailed out on Friday, June 12. If you have not received your notice please contact Trina at 634-1811.Penalties are accumulative and start August 1st in the amount of .5%, September 1%, October 1.5%, November 2.5%, December 3.5%, Arrears Penalty of 10% will be added to all outstanding amounts on January 2, 2011.

Position:

COMMUNICATIONS OFFICER (Dispatcher)

Public opening of tenders shall take place at 2:30 PM SK., Tuesday, August 31, 2010. in the Council Chambers, City Hall, Estevan, Saskatchewan.

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. In addition, must be able to understand the court system and create documentation accordingly. Experience in this field would be an asset as the position of the Communications Officer is one that works directly with the Investigator and the Courts. 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, Sask., S4A 1C7

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

Only successful candidates will be contacted.

Interested Contractors are invited to submit sealed envelopes marked with the respective Tender Number to the following by 2:30 PM SK, Tuesday, August 31, 2010. Legislative Services Business Division Main Floor – 1102 Fourth Street, City of Estevan Estevan, SK S4A 0W7

FACILITIES MANAGER Make a difference every day. The City of Estevan www.estevan.ca a vibrant and growing community in Southeast Saskatchewan, with excellent educational, medical and recreational facilities, a strong business and industrial sector and only 10 minutes north of the U.S. border, requires an experienced Facilities Manager to join our team. The City of Estevan will be opening Spectra Place in 2011 and this Events Facility will form part of the centralized leisure facilities in Estevan that includes three ice surfaces, leisure pool, gymnasium, skatepark and tennis courts. The successful applicant will manage, supervise and co-ordinate the maintenance, ice maintenance and janitorial services for the assigned facilities and must possess the following attributes: • Diploma or CertiÀcate in Facilities Management • Formal Supervisory Training • Working knowledge of refrigeration systems, building systems operation and maintenance procedures • WHMIS and working knowledge of Occupational Health and Safety Standards • Arena Operator’s CertiÀcate – Level 1 & 2 • Pool Operators CertiÀcate – Level 1 &2 • 5TH Class Engineer’s CertiÀcate • Custodial Care CertiÀcate • Superior oral and written communication skills • Superior leadership, interpersonal and organizational abilities • ProÀciency in Computer Software • Valid Class 5 Provincial Drivers License • 5 years of supervisory experience The City of Estevan offers a competitive salary and an outstanding beneÀts package. For Further information please contact: Lyndon Stachoski, City Clerk/Human Resources Manager City of Estevan, 1102 – 4th Street, Estevan, Saskatchewan, S4A 0W7 Ph: 306-634-1852 fax: 306-634-9790 email: administration@estevan.ca

This position will remain open until Àlled and we thank all who apply and advise that only those selected for further consideration will be contacted.

Hours of Work: On Call Duties and Responsibilities: Possess ability to work independently. Provide constant supervision to prisoners. Must pass a criminal record check. Application packages can be picked up at the Estevan Police Service or mailed out upon request. Return completed application package including a resume in a sealed envelope to: Chief of Police, Estevan Police Service 301-11th Ave., Estevan, Sask. S4A 1C7 Only successful candidates will be contacted.

POLICE CONSTABLE The Estevan Police Service is accepting applications for a POLICE CONSTABLE. Application packages can be picked up at the Estevan Police Service or mailed out upon request. Return completed application package with an updated resume in a sealed envelope to: Chief of Police, Estevan Police Service 301-11th Ave., Estevan, Sask. S4A 1C7 Only successful candidates will be contacted.

Construction BULLETIN…

Water Main Replacement The City of Estevan is undertaking replacement of Water Main

NOTICE - PROPOSED HOUSE RELOCATION Public Notice is hereby given that the City of Estevan has received an application for relocation of a new pre-assembled single-detached [RTM] residential dwelling to the following property:

at:

Henry Street – Souris Avenue to Arthur Avenue The purpose of this work is to provide timely and cost effective replacement of existing cast iron water main with PVC pipe, replacement of existing water and sanitary sewer services from water & sewer main up to the property line and surface restoration. This work would require closure of immediate areas of excavation and may necessitate parking restriction in adjacent areas. This work will commence during the week of July 19, 2010 (from 900 Block toward east) and will take approximately Twelve (12) to Sixteen (16) Weeks to complete (subject to weather). Glen Peterson Construction Ltd. 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 421-3474, 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.

1) Legal Description: Lot 13, Block 221, Reg’d Plan 101922960 Civic Address: 305 Frehlick Bay The above noted property is zoned R-1 (Low Density) Residential District in which ‘Single-detached dwelling units’ are permitted uses of the zone. The application/proposal may be reviewed by contacting the Land Development Services Manager at 634-1821. Any questions or written submissions regarding the relocation proposal may be forwarded to the Land Development Services Manager, 1102 Fourth Street, Estevan, Saskatchewan, S4A 0W7, on or before the 2nd day of September, 2010. CITY OF ESTEVAN PUBLIC NOTICE OF INTENTIN TO AMEND BUILDING BYLAW #2004-1662 Public Notice is hereby given that the City of Estevan has initiated the process of amending Building Bylaw #2004-1662. The proposed amendments will change the City’s current ‘Building Application/Permit form’ in addition to allowing for the ‘doubling of permit fees in cases where construction has commenced without a building permit having Àrst been issued by the City’. Prior to Ànal consideration of the amending bylaw, the City will accept and consider any written submissions concerning the proposed amendments and such submissions may be forwarded to the Land Development Services Manager, 1102 Fourth Street, Estevan, Saskatchewan, S4A 0W7, on or before the 1st day of September, 2010.

THANKS TO EVERYONE FOR THEIR CLEAN-UP EFFORTS - THANKS TO EVERYONE FOR THEIR CLEAN-UP EFFORTS - THANKS TO EVERYONE FOR THEIR CLEAN-UP EFFORTS

THANKS TO EVERYONE FOR THEIR CLEAN-UP EFFORTS - THANKS TO EVERYONE FOR THEIR CLEAN-UP EFFORTS - THANKS TO EVERYONE FOR THEIR CLEAN-UP EFFORTS - THANKS TO EVERYONE FOR THEIR

THANKS TO EVERYONE FOR THEIR CLEAN-UP EFFORTS - THANKS TO EVERYONE FOR THEIR CLEAN-UP EFFORTS - THANKS TO EVERYONE FOR THEIR CLEAN-UP EFFORTS


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3OHDVHXVHWKHKDQG\IRUP IRXQGRQWKH&ODVVLILHG SDJHVWRVXEPLW\RXUDG 105 - Miscellaneous Announcements Mexican Restaurant “Uno Mas.” Give us a flutter. Crash Pad. Noonan, ND. T2*16

107 - Memorial Tributes Eleanor Connie Mehler March 3, 1931 - August 29, 2009

I thought of you with love today but that is nothing new I thought about you yesterday and days before that too. I think of you in silence, I often speak your name All I have are memories and your picture in a frame. Your memory is my keepsake with which I’ll never part God has you in His keeping, I have you in my heart. We miss you Mom - Love Monte, Curtis, Kent, Jeff and families T1*16

108 - Cards of Thanks

111 Personals

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We wish to send our heartfelt thanks to our family for arranging our 65th wedding anniversary tea which was held at the Prairie Lily Club, Lampman on Saturday, August 7, 2010. A special thanks to Polly Hirsch and Janet Veroba for the delicious lunch, Jeanette Ferchoff for the beautiful cake and our granddaughter, Lisa Grimes, for the chocolate fountain and fruit arrangement. The slide show, prepared by Lisa and Wade Grimes, is a very special gift; it will be treasured always, thanks for all your hard work and long hours! The flowers and decorations were a wonderful addition to our celebration, as were the cards and the written memories. We are grateful for all who attended, especially our family who came from Florida, Illinois, Thunder Bay, Winnipeg, Regina, Moose Jaw and surrounding communities. You all contributed to a wonderful day and a special milestone in our lives. - Our Love & Thanks, Tony & Rosemary Deren TM1*16

The Northwest/Southeast Chorus is starting their 40th Anniversary Year! The first rehearsal will be Sept. 7 at 7:00 p.m. (6:00 our time) in Crosby Please meet at 5:15 at St. John’s Church for Carpooling New Members are Welcome

Who Passed Away August 27, 1999 You were always there when we needed you No task too great or small With a loving heart and willing hand For us you did it all. Thanks for the years you gave us And for the time we shared We only pray that when you left us You knew how much we cared. God saw you getting tired When a cure was not to be He wrapped you in His loving arms And whispered “Come With Me.” You didn’t deserve what you went through So God gave you a rest His garden must be beautiful For He only takes the best. - Love Ross, Gwen & Jan, Marlin & Lucille, Jason & Sherrill, and grandchildren TM1*16

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117 - Vacation/ Travel Sunny Spring Specials

112 - Health and FItness

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113 - Lost & Found LOST: 7 Heifers around the Kisbey area. Please call Anthony Bocian - 842-5814. T1*16 FOUND SOMETHING? If you have found any articles … Keys, Glasses, Coats, Pets, etc., just call The Estevan Mercury at 634-2654. We will advertise your “FOUND” Items FREE OF CHARGE! TMtf CLASSIFIEDS WORK!

114 - Dating Services/ Companions Wanted DATING SERVICE. LongTerm/Short-Term Relationships, FREE CALLS. 1-877297-9883. Exchange voice messages, voice mailboxes. 1-888-534-6984. Live adult casual conversations – 1-on1, 1-866-311-9640, Meet on chat-lines. Local Single Ladies. 1-877-804-5381. (18+). TM1-16

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Classified Index Engagements ................................. 101 Marriages ........................................ 102 Anniversaries ................................. 103 Happy Days ..................................... 104 Misc. Announcements .................... 105 Prayer Corner ................................. 106 Memorial Tributes .......................... 107 Cards of Thanks ............................. 108 Coming Events ............................... 109 Garage/Yard Sales .......................... 110 Personals ........................................ 111 Health & Fitness .............................. 112 Lost & Found ................................... 113 Companions/Dating Services ........ 114 Readings/Astrologers .................... 115 Psychics ......................................... 116 Vacation, Travel ............................. 117 Bands, Orchestras ......................... 119 Child Care Services ....................... 120 Child Care Wanted ......................... 121

Services Appliance Repair ............................ 141 Auctioneers .................................... 142 Brick, Masonry ............................... 143 Building, Contracting .................... 144 Drywalling ....................................... 145 Electrical ......................................... 146 Handyperson ................................... 147 Housecleaning ................................ 148 Janitorial ......................................... 149 Lawn, Garden Service ................... 150 Painting, Wallpapering .................. 151 Plumbing ........................................ 152 Roofing, Siding ............................... 153 Snow Removal ................................ 154 Vacuum Service .............................. 155 Miscellaneous Services ................. 156 Home Renovations ......................... 157 Hauling & Moving ............................ 158

Legal Notices to Creditors ....................... 161 Assessment Rolls ........................... 162 Tax Enforcement ............................. 163 Tenders ............................................ 164 Notices - Nominations .................... 165 Legal Notices ................................... 166 Judicial Sales .................................. 167 Estevan Homes for Sale ................. 171 Estevan Homes for Sale/Rent ....... 172 Condos/Townhouses ...................... 173 City Lots for Sale ............................ 174 Boundary Dam Prop. ...................... 175 Out of City Homes for Sale ............ 176 Apartments for Rent ....................... 177 Estevan Homes for Rent ............... 178 Mobile Homes for Rent .................. 179 Wanted to Rent/Buy ....................... 180 Rooms for Rent .............................. 181 Room & Board ................................. 182 Shared Accommodations .............. 183 Out of City Rentals ......................... 184 Mobile Homes for Sale .................. 185 Mobile Homes Wanted .................... 186 Manufactured Homes ..................... 187 RTM's/Buildings for Sale ............... 188 Acreages .......................................... 189 Resort Properties ........................... 190 Out of City Lots for Sale ................. 191 Garages .......................................... 192 Out of Province Real Estate ........... 193 Real Estate Services ...................... 194

Comm. Buildings for Sale/Rent ..... 201 Offices for Rent ............................... 202 Shops/Warehouses for Rent .......... 203 Storage for Rent/Wanted ............... 204 Business Services .......................... 205 Property Development .................... 206 Business Opportunities ................. 207 Hotels/Motels for Sale ................... 208 Revenue Properties for Sale .......... 209 Farmland for Sale ........................... 221 Farmland for Rent ........................... 222 Pastureland ..................................... 223 Farmland Wanted ............................ 224 Mineral Rights ................................. 225 Farm Equipment ............................. 226 Farm Equipment Wanted ................ 227 Livestock ......................................... 228 Horses/Trailers ................................ 229 Seed/Cert. Seed for Sale ................ 230 Hay/Bales for Sale ......................... 231 Pulse Crops/Grain/Feed Wanted .. 232 Cust. Farm Work/Rentals .............. 233 Steel Buildings/Granaries .............. 234 Farm Real Estate Services ............ 235 Farm Auctions ................................ 236 Antiques for Sale ............................ 251 Articles for Sale .............................. 252 Furniture/Appliances ..................... 253 Musical Instruments ...................... 254 Computers/Printers ........................ 255 Firewood ......................................... 256 Food Market .................................... 257 Golf/Sporting Goods ....................... 258 Hobbies/Crafts ............................... 259 Hunting Supplies/Firearms ............ 260 Pets & Supplies ............................... 261 Plants/Garden ................................. 262 Wanted to Buy/Swap ...................... 263 Misc. Auctions ................................ 264 Adult Personals/Services ............... 275 Cars/Trucks for Sale ...................... 301 Antique Vehicles ........................... 301a Semi-Trucks/Trailers .................... 301A Cars/Trucks Wanted ...................... 302 Auto Parts/Accessories ................. 303 Motorhomes .................................... 304 Campers/RV's .................................. 305 Boats/Trailers/Motors ..................... 306 Personal Watercraft ....................... 307 Motorcyles ...................................... 308 Snowmobiles/Trailers ..................... 309 ATV's ................................................ 310 Industrial Machinery ....................... 311 Utility Trailers .................................. 312 Oilfield/Well-Site Equipment .......... 313 Employment Opportunities ............ 401 Professional Employment ............. 402 Office/Clerical .................................. 403

Trades/Skills ................................ 404 Sales Consultants ...................... 405 Farm/Ranch Help ........................ 406 Help Wanted ............................... 407 Domestic Help ............................. 408 Employment Wanted ................. 409 Career Training .......................... 410 Instruction, Tutoring .................. 411 Bookkeeping Services ............... 412 Clerical/Office Services ............. 413 Obituaries ................................... 501 Memorial Gifts ............................. 502


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180 - Wanted to Rent/Buy LOOKING TO RENT. Professional college graduate looking to rent a 1 bedroom apartment or suite for September 2010. I am a responsible, respectable, non-smoking office worker with no pets who is willing to sign a lease. Please call Daniel at 778-846-5233. TMtf

181 - Rooms for Rent FOR RENT: One bedroom in basement of private home. Non-smoker, drinker. Laundry facility available as well as sharing a common living room, bathroom. Please call 421-1477. T2*16

185 - Mobile Homes for Sale FOR SALE: Mobile home with solarium. 1600 sq. ft. 5 bedrooms, 2 sheds. All upgraded. Phone for more information. 634-6943. T4-15

187 - Manufactured Homes

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171 - Estevan Homes for Sale HOUSE FOR SALE: 938 Eva Street. 930 sq. ft., 2 bedroom, main floor laundry - completed basement. Appliances included. Please leave message: 306-551-3623. TM3*18 FOR SALE: New 1216 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. T17tf

173 - Condos/ Townhouses FOR SALE: 2 bedroom condo in downtown Estevan. 1130 sq. ft. with two bathrooms. Includes fridge/stove/w/d and freezer. Heated underground parking. Phone 634-2284 for more information. TM4*17

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224 - Farmland Wanted WANTED: Cultivated land to rent in the Willmar and/or east of Lampman area. Please call (306) 291-2077. T3*16

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234 - Steel Buildings/Granaries STEEL BUILDING SALE... SPECIALS from $4 to $11/ sq. ft. Great pricing on ABSOLUTELY every model, width and length. Example: 30x40x14 NOW $8995.00. Pioneer Steel Manufacturers 1-800-668-5422. TM1*16

252 - Miscellaneous for Sale BOSCH Kitchen Mixer Summer Sale - $459 17 Cup, 800 watt. Portable ICE MAKERS, GRAIN MILLS-Food Slicers, T-Fal Actifry. Call Hometech Regina, 1-888-692-6724. TM1*16

229 - Horses/ Trailers/Tack FOR SALE: 3 Horses. Great for brood mares. 2 are Registered Quarter Horses. Phone 306-483-7711, Oxbow. TM2*17

SEED FOR SALE. Bulk certified CDC Buteo red winter wheat, 99% germination. Available now! Big Dog Seeds, Oxbow. Phone (306) 483-2963. T6-20

231 - Hay/ Bales for Sale LARGE ROUND alfalfa bales for sale. Oungre-Beaubier area. Call (306) 447-4414. T4*18

188 - RTMs/ Buildings for Sale CUSTOM BUILT READY TO MOVE HOMES: R. Barkman Construction, Cromer, Manitoba. Quality workmanship and materials. Please Phone Randy at 204-662-4561 for Estimates and Design or Stop in to Visit Our Homes. TM3tf

190 - Resort Properties FOR SALE: 3 Bedroom furnished cabin on nice flat lot located at White Bear Lake. Many upgrades - electrical, siding, carpets, etc. Call 6347403 or 453-2006 in the eveings or 421-1477 or 577-3442 during the day. T2*16

232 - Pulse Crops/ Grain/Feed Wanted H EATED CANOLA WANTED!! - GREEN CANOLA - SPRING THRASHED - DAMAGED CANOLA FEED OATS WANTED!! - BARLEY, OATS, WHT - LIGHT OR TOUGH - SPRING THRASHED HEATED FLAX WANTED!! HEATED PEAS HEATED LENTILS "ON FARM PICKUP" Westcan Feed d & Grain 1-877-250-5252

4’ - 6’ WHITE SPRUCE & Lodgepole Pine $35 each planted. 6’ - 8’ White Spruce & Lodgepole Pine $45 each planted. 403-968-9750; 403247-9688. TM1*16 PROVINCE-WIDE CLASSIFIEDS. Reach over 356,000 readers weekly. Call this newspaper NOW or 306-382-9683 ext. 305 for details. TM1-16 STEEL BUILDINGS Summer blowout specials. Save thousands 18x21 - 100x200. Can erect, Will deliver. www.scggrp.com Source #18x 888898-3091. TM1*16

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204 - Storage for Rent/Wanted

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20’ Full Tilt, 14,000 lb. ....................................................................... $8,200 6X10 Haulmark Cargo ....................................................................... $3,500 6X10 Enclosed Trailer ....................................................................... $3,500 6X10 Haulmark ................................................................................... $3,890 7X16 Loaded ...................................................................................... $6,980 Edge 7X14 Low Hauler ...................................................................... $7,599 7X14 - Loaded ................................................................. REDUCED $6,900 7X14 Cargo ......................................................................................... $6,280 7X14 Cargo ......................................................................................... $6,200 7X14 Cargo, Ramp, White ................................................................. $5,900 7X16 - Black/Grey, Barn Doors......................................................... $5,900 8.5X28 Car Hauler .............................................................................. $9,200 8.5X24 Car Hauler ............................................................................ $10,400 5X10 Utility ..................................................................... REDUCED $1,499 SOLD 12’ ATV/Sled ....................................................................................... $2,600 14’ Flat Deck 3500 lb. ........................................................................ $2,699 SOLD 18’ Car/Equip...................................................................................... $5,300 77X12 ATV/UTL .................................................................................. $2,249 SOLD 23’ Combo Trailer ............................................................................ $11,500

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2009 Dodge Charger........................................................................ $18,600 2007 Dodge 1500 ............................................................................. $16,200 2007 Dodge Magnum....................................................................... $16,900 2005 Chev Uplander, Loaded, 106,000 km .................... REDUCED $7,600 1997 Chev Diesel 4X4 ........................................................................ $6,000 1996 Chev Diesel ............................................................ REDUCED $6,500

TRAVEL TRAILERS TOPAZ TRAVEL TRAILER .............................................................. $19,900

USED TRUCKS/VANS 2010 DODGE RAM 1500 QUAD CAB SLT HEMI ..............................$29,900 2010 GRAND CARAVAN, 29,000 km.................................................$24,500 2009 DURANGO SLT, Loaded, DVD, Leather, 38,000 km.................$33,900 2009 HYUNDAI SANTA FE, Only 10,000 SOLDkm .....................................$28,995 2008 DODGE 2500 MEGA CAB 4X4 .................................................$31,900 SOLD 2008 FORD F-150 CREW CAB FX4, 20,500 km ................................$29,995 2008 DODGE NITRO RT, Loaded ......................................................$23,900 2008 COMPASS LTD, Leather, Sunroof, 42,000 km ..........................$18,995 2007 GMC CANYON.............................................................................$8,495 2004 DODGE 1500 SORT QUAD CAB 4X4, 81,000 km ....................$18,295 2004 GMC SLE CREW CAB 4X4, SOLD DIESEL ........................................$17,995 2003 DODGE 2500 SLT Q/C GAS,SOLD 65,8000 km.................................$17,900 2003 CHEV VENTURE, Only 83,000 km ............................................$10,900 2002 FORD F-150 LARRIAT CREW CAB .........................................$13,995 2001 DODGE 2500 EXT. CAB SLT, DIESEL, 6 spd. trans. ...............$16,995 1999 DODGE GRAND CARAVAN ES Mint..........................................$4,995 1998 DODGE 2500 QUAD CAB DIESEL STL LONG BOX ...............$12,500 1998 DODGE 2500 QUAD CAB 4X4 SHORT BOX ...........................$12,500

TRAILERS/MOTORHOMES/RVs 2009 ROCKWOOD, 31 Ft. ..................................................................$29,995 2008 RPM TOY HAULER, 26 Ft. ........................................................$28,500 2008 ROCKWOOD WINDJAMMER, 28 Ft. ........................................$22,980 SOLD 2008 TRAIL CRUISER, 30 Ft., Bunks ................................................$21,500 2007 TRAIL LITE, 31 Ft. .....................................................................$18,600 2003 TRIPLE E TOPAZ 5th WHEEL, 27.5 Ft. Slide ............................$18,995

*PLUS APPLICABLE TAXES*

For Deals on Wheels Look in today’s Trader Classifieds!

Used Cars

3 - 2009 LINCOLN MKS, All Wheel Drive, Loaded w/Navigation System & Panoramic Roof, Only 17,000 km ...................................$39,500 2009 FOCUS SES, Loaded, w/Leather & Heated Seats, Power Moonroof, 15,000 km ...........................................................$18,900 2008 TAURUS LIMITED, All Wheel Drive, Loaded, w/51,000 km ..$21,995 2007 LINCOLN MKZ, Loaded, Only 60,000 km..............................$18,995 2007 FUSION SEL, Loaded, Extra Clean, Only 42,000 km ............$15,995 2005 PONTIAC GRAND AM GT, 2 Door, V6, Auto., Loaded, Power Roof, 96,000 km .....................................................................$9,500 2002 PONTIAC GRAND AM SE, 4 Door, 136,000 km .....................$5,900

Used Trucks, SUVs & Vans

2009 F-350 LARIAT CREW CAB 4X4, 6.4L Diesel, Loaded, Only 19,000 km .................................................................$44,995 2009 LINCOLN MKX LIMITED, All Wheel Drive, Top of the SOLD Line Luxury Crossovers, Both Under 20,000 km .............................$40,995 2009 EXPLORER SPORT TRAC LIMITED 4X4, V8, w/Leather, Moonroof & Heated Seats, Only 20,000 km ....................................$34,900 2009 EXPLORER SPORT TRAC XLT 4X4, V8, Black, Only 14,000 km ........................................................................................$33,995 2009 F-150 LARIAT SUPERCREW 4X4, Loaded w/Leather, Power Roof, 89,000 km ...................................................................$32,995 2009 F-150 SUPERCREW XTR 4X4, 5.4L, Only 30,000 km ..........$28,900 2009 F-150 SUPERCREW XTR 4X4, 5.4L, 110,000 km ................$22,995 2009 RANGER XLT 4X4, Fully Loaded, Only 19,000 km ...............$20,995 2008 GMC SIERRA CREW CAB STL Z71, Loaded w/Leather, Bucket seats, 5.3L, 70,000 km ........................................................$26,995 SOLD 2008 F-150 XTR SUPERCREW 4X4, Loaded, Only 48,000 km .....$25,900 2008 RANGER XLT SUPERCABSOLD 4X4, Loaded, Only 18,000 km ..$19,995 2008 DODGE GRAND CARAVAN SXT, Loaded w/TV, DVD, Stow & Go Seats, Only 53,000 kmSOLD ..................................................$18,995 2007 EDGE SEL ALL WHEEL DRIVE, Loaded w/leather, Navigation, Panoramic roof, Only 60,000 km ..................................$26,995 2007 EXPLORER SPORT TRAC LIMITED 4X4, V8, Loaded SOLD w/only 38,000 km.............................................................................$26,995 2007 FREESTAR ALL WHEEL DRIVE, Loaded, w/Leather & Power Moonroof, 85,000 km ........................................................$19,995 2007 FREESTAR SEL MINI VAN, Loaded, w/Leather, TV, DVD, Power Sliding Doors, 113,000 km ...................................................$15,900 2006 YUKON DENALI, Fully Loaded, TV/DVD, Only 109,000 km .$25,995 2006 F-150 SUPERCAB 4X4 LARIAT, 5.4L, Fully Loaded 89,000 km ........................................................................................$19,995 2005 GMC SIERRA SLE EXTENDED CAB 4X4, Loaded, w/133,000 km ..................................................................................$15,995 2001 CHRYSLER PT CRUISER LIMITED, Loaded w/leather & power roof, remote start, 114,000 km................................................$7,995

Senchuk Ford Sales Ltd.

RENTALS

Your home of after sales service

LATE MODEL VANS

118 Souris Avenue North – Estevan, Sask.

Very well equipped, great for family functions, school sports teams, hockey teams or a night out with the gang.

Auto Sales & Service Since 1970

Prices Reduced! We Take Trades CARS

USED CARS 2009 CHRYSLER 300C, Loaded, 8,300 km .......................................$32,900 2009 DODGE CHARGER, 22,000 km ................................................$20,500 2007 FORD MUSTANG GT Convertible .............................................$20,900 2005 SUNFIRE, 2 Dr., 47,000 km .........................................................$8,950 2004 CHEV IMPALA, 88,000 km ..........................................................$7,850

Senchuk’s Super Deals! Southeastern Sask’s

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09 Dodge Caliber SXT, 4 Dr., Factory Warranty...................................... $14,995 09 Chev Cobalt LS, 2 Dr., Factory Warranty, 39,000 km......................... $12,995 05 Pontiac Grand Prix 4 Dr., Warranty .......................................... $10,995 05 Chev Impala, 4 Dr., Warranty .................................................. $10,995 04 Chev Optra 5, 4 Dr., Warranty............................................................... $6,995 93 Dodge Spirit, Low kms .......................................................................... $2,995 93 Chrysler Fifth Avenue, 4 Dr. ................................................................ $1,995

TRUCKS, VANS & SUV’s 10Jeep Liberty Sport, 4 Dr., 4X4, Factory Warranty ............................... $25,995 09 Dodge Dakota Crew/Cab Flexfuel SXT, 4 Dr., 4X4, Factory Wty....... $23,995 08 GMC Sierra 2500 SLT Crew/Cab Duramax Diesel 4X4, Wty, loaded $264 bi-weekly 08 Chev Silverado Crew/Cab 4X4 LT, Flexfuel, Factory Wty., 46,000 km ..... $28,995 08 Chev Silverado E/Cab LT 4X4, Flexfuel, Factory Warranty .............. $26,995 07 Toyota FJ Cruiser, 2 Dr, 4X4, Warranty ............................................. $24,995 07 Jeep Compass 4 Dr., 4X4 Sport, Warranty ................................ $19,995 06 Dodge Ram SLT Quad/Cab 1/2 Ton, 4X4, Warranty ......................... $18,995 06 Chev Equinox LT, 4 Dr., AWD, Warranty ........................................... $16,995 06 Ford Escape XLT, 4 Dr., AWD, Warranty ........................................... $15,995 06 Jeep Liberty 4X4, 4 Dr., Warranty ...................................................... $16,995 05 Jeep Liberty Renegade 4 Dr. 4X4 Trail Rated, Warranty.................. $14,995 02 Nissan Xterra SE SC, 4 Dr., 4X4, Warranty........................................ $12,995 02 Ford Windstar SEL, 4 Dr., Warranty.................................................... $8,995 01 Chev Tahoe LS 4 Dr., 4X4, Warranty.................................................. $13,995 01 Ford Explorer, 4 Dr., 4X4, Eddie Bauer, Warranty ............................ $10,995 01 Ford Ranger E/Cab XLT, 4X4, Warranty ......................................................... $8,995 01 Pontiac Montana SE, 4 Dr., 3rd Seat, Warranty ............................................. $7,995 01 Dodge Ram Laramie E/Cab SLT, 4X4, Warranty ......................................... $11,995 99 Chev Tahoe 4 Dr., 4X4 LT, Warranty, Leather.................................... $10,995 98 Ford Lariat F-250 E/Cab, 4X4, Warranty ............................................ $10,995 96 GMC Sierra SLE E/Cab 2WD 1/2 Ton, 6.5 Diesel, Warranty ............... $6,995 95 Dodge Caravan, Warranty..................................................................... $2,495 94 Dodge Dakota E/Cab SLT, 4X4, Warranty ........................................... $5,995 94 Jeep Grand Cherokee 4 Dr. 4X4, Warranty ......................................... $3,995

Most of Our Vehicles are Covered by Lubrico Powertrain Warranty

Reasonable Offers Considered PHONE COLLECT FOR KEN OR DESIREE: 634-7231 AFTER HOURS: Cell: 461-7805

421 - 4th Street – Estevan, Sask. 303 - Auto Parts/ Accessories

305 - Campers/ RVs

ADVANCE ENGINE SUPPLY. Proven quality replacement parts, such as Remanufactured & Used Engines, Transfer Cases, Transmissions, CV Axles, Catalytic Converters. Call toll free 1-877-465-2702. TM1*16 FOR SALE: Jayco Camper. 5th wheel. 27 1/2 ft. 2001. Never slept in. Kept inside shed. Asking $18,000 or best offer. Call 634-5568. T4*16

306 - Boats/ Motors/Trailers FOR SALE: 2000 Larson 186 SLE 18’ Boat c/w 2000 Johnson outboard motor - 130 HP, and 2000 EZ Loader trailer, Bimini top and tarp. Lots of fun and affordable. $11,500. Phone 634-9980. T2*17

308 -Motorcycles/ Dirt Bikes FOR SALE: 2008 Honda VTX 1300 CC retro. 6000 km. Lots of extras. Asking $8,500. Phone 388-2638. T3-17

WANT ADS WORK! 305 - Campers/ RVs FOR SALE: 2006 Sandpiper 35’ Triple Slide 5th Wheel. Rear bunk room. Mint condition. Has every option - Must be seen to be appreciated. $30,000 - O.B.O. Phone 6349980. T2*17

FOR SALE: Child's electric motor bike with battery charger. Asking $250 (paid $500 new). Call 634-5568. T4*16

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308 -Motorcycles/ Dirt Bikes

FOR SALE: Motor Bike. Serviced. Runs great. New back tire. Asking $750. Call 634-5568. T4*16 FOR SALE: 2006 Yamaha V Star Custom. Excellent condition. Original owner. Comes with Mustang seat, windshield, Lindby engine guards, Kuryakyn highway pegs, new tires, back rest, saddle bags, and brackets. 23,000 km Asking $6,200. Phone 306634-7693. T8*22

FOR SALE: Honda dirt bike. 4 cycle. 70 cc motor. $1,200 or best offer. Call 634-5568. T4*16

311 - Industrial/ Heavy Equipment FOR SALE: 2000 Skyjack, 40 ft. boom lift, 1300 hrs,, Kubota diesel engine, 2 wheel drive $16,500. 1999 Skyjack 7027 Scissor lift, 2100 hrs., Kubota gas engine, 2 wheel drive - Asking $7,000. Phone 4210728. T2*17

312 - Utility Trailers ATTENTION TRAILER BUYERS. Looking for that QUALITY built enclosed or open deck trailer? Call Supreme Trailer Sales anytime 24/7 at 1-888652-3888. T1*16

401 - Employment Opportunities DISCONNECTED? Need cheap, reliable phone service? Guaranteed lowest rates? Flexible due dates, calling features & long distance available. First month $24.95. Phone Factory Reconnect 1-877-336-2274; www.phonefactory.ca. TM1*16

#1 IN PARDONS Remove your criminal record. Express Pardons offers the FASTEST pardons, LOWEST prices, and it’s GUARANTEED. BBB Accredited. FREE Consultation Toll-free: 1-866416-6772. www.ExpressPardons.com T4-19

404 - Skilled/ Trades Help Wanted

an oilfield company based in Mannville, Alberta is taking applications for

Must have minimum Class 3 with air & good driver’s abstract & oilfield safety tickets. Lodging supplied with newer equipment to work with. Excellent benefit package with competitive wages. Jobs available in Alberta and Saskatchewan. Please email or fax resume with abstract & safety tickets to: info@bulldogenergyservices.com

Fas: 780-763-6472 Call: 780-763-6473 for more information.

404 - Skilled/ Trades Help Wanted

404 - Skilled/ Trades Help Wanted

TRUE INTEGRITY Developers Inc. in Carnduff, Sask., is looking for 5 carpenters for full time, permanent positions for concrete form building, and renovations. Main duties: build foundation, install doors and windows, kitchens and bathrooms. Specialized education or at least 6 years of experience as a carpenter is required. Salary $21/hour. Contact Lee at (306) 482-8063. T2*16

Experienced Flatbed Drivers Needed for Trips between U.S. and Canada. Great pay package/excellent miles. 50.00 Tarp pay, $1,000 sign on bonus. 1-515-221-9756 www.wylietrucking.com TM1-16

407 - Help Wanted PAID IN ADVANCE! Make $1000 Weekly Mailing Brochures from home. 100% Legit! Income guaranteed! No experience required. Enrol today! www.national-work.com TM1-16 NEED A HOME PHONE, cable TV or high speed internet? We can help. No credit checks, Call today. 1-877-852-1122. Protel Reconnect, available in most areas. TM1-16

JOURNEYMAN ELECTRICIAN 4th year and Inst. Tech. Wanted SE Sask. Provincial parks, lakes, golfing, fishing, etc. South East Electric Ltd., Box 1238, Carlyle, SK, S0C 0R0 Fax: 306-453-2022.

southeastelectric#1@sasktel.net TM1*16 HELP WANTED: Inventory/ Shop Person. Must be Reliable. Benefits Package. Reasonable Rates. Call Ron’s Plumbing & Heating Ltd., Meadow Lake, SK. Phone: 306-236-5625 or fax: 306-2366364. TM1*16 REPORTER/PHOTOGRAPHER. Reliable vehicle and a valid drivers license required, benefits available. Wages commensurate with experience and education. Send resume, clips of recent stories and photos to the Weyburn Review, Box 400, Weyburn, Sk. S4H 2K4. Attention Darryl Ward, publisher. Email: dward@weyburnreview.com TM1*16 CLADDERS, DECKERS, Insulators, Scaffolders, Asbestos Removers and Helpers required for construction projects across Western Canada. Fax resume to 403-250-1259. email: jobs@thermalsystems.ca or call 403-736-3846 (leave message). Paid weekly and benefits after six months. Alcohol and drug free workplace. TM1*16

GASFITTER/SERVICEMAN Required Immediately. Gasfitter/Furnace Serviceman. Fax resume to 250-787-1320. Call: 250-787-1361. This is a full-time position with excellent future for the right person. T1-16 THE MELVILLE ADVANCE, a 3,000 circulation weekly newspaper has an immediate opening for a General News Reporter. Duties include coverage of municipal, health and education issues, plus ongoing local and area news events. Competitive wages, plus health and dental benefits. Candidates should have a journalism degree or diploma, or experience in the field. Submit resume to: The Melville Advance Box 1420, Melville, SK S0A 2P0 or email to editor.melvilleadvance@sasktel.net TM1*16

Sell Your Unwanted Items with an ad in The Classifieds

#1 IN PARDONS. Remove your criminal record. Express Pardons offers the FASTEST pardons, LOWEST prices, and it’ s GUARANTEED. BBB Accredited. FREE Consultation Toll-free 1-866-416-6772, www.ExpressPardons.com TM1*16

410 - Career Training HEAVY EQUIPMENT Operator Training Monthly courses Dozer, Grader, Excavator, Loader, Scraper. Tuition is $9700.00 Practicum training Institute (306)955-0079 www.practicumtraininginstitute.ca E-mail: pti@sasktel.net TM1*16

Please Recycle This Newspaper

• With school back in session soon (if it’s not already), you can save resources and money by reusing sandwich bags. It seems like such a small thing, but if you’re using the baggie for a sandwich, then just wrap the sandwich in a paper towel (which you can then use as a napkin) or a piece of waxed paper before you stick it in the bag. You can use the same sandwich bag all week long.

-- G.T. in Arkansas • Want to keep your refrigerator operating efficiently? Try these two small tricks: First, clean the gaskets on the door, and replace them if they’re loose. If you close a dollar bill in the door and can pull it out easily, you need to replace the gaskets. Then, stock empty space with jars or pitchers of water. Cold water is refreshing and it helps keep the air in your fridge cold.

• “Smashed bugs come right off of your windshield if you sprinkle baking soada on a damp rag and rub them out with the rag.”

• “To get rid of static cling on a skirt and slip, just pin a small safety pin to the inside of the hem. This has worked for me.”

Professional Directory ACCOUNTING

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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

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

Please send your donation to:

St. Joseph’s Hospital Foundation Box 5000-203, Estevan, SK S4A 2V6 Phone: 637-2474 e-mail: rblackmore@schr.sk.ca CLASSIFIEDS – Little Ads BIG Results!

-- I.L. in California • “Back-to-school clothes shopping can be draining when you have a preteen. I got tired of being the bad guy for saying ‘no’ to high-priced items, so I put my son in charge of his shopping budget. We went together, and after we took care of the essentials (undergarments, socks, etc.), he was allowed to spend the rest in a fashion of his own choosing. He quickly saw that one or two high-dollar outfits would eat up his whole budget. He splurged on one thing he loved and spent the rest much more rationally -- without any ugly looks or hard feelings!” -- R.G. in North Carolina Send your tips to Now Here’s a Tip, c/o King Features Weekly Service, P.O. Box 536475, Orlando, FL 32853-6475 or e-mail JoAnn at: heresatip@yahoo.com. (c) 2010 King Features Synd., Inc.

If you dream it … If you’re planning it … If you’re selling it … You can be sure you’ll find it in …

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Business & Services Directory AGRICULTURAL SERVICES

CONTRACTORS

D&R Bin Building & Moving

Thinking About

Commercial Grain Bin Moving

RENOVATING?

Westeel Bins & Nordine Hopper Sales For Pricing & Availability

Call Darcy or Risa

634 - 6536 – 421-5530

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

We are your Renovation Specialists!

Design Technicians • • • • •

CUSTOM HOME DESIGN COMMERCIAL BUILDINGS SHOPS/GARAGES ENGINEERED DRAWINGS AVAILABLE HOME RENOVATION DESIGN

COLIN NICOLL

306.421.6812

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J&J CONCRETE Inc. Jerry Zimmerman

1113 2nd Street Estevan, SK

634-7913 (Res.) 421-7889 (Cell)

25 Years Experience Concrete – Foundations – Metal Work Renovations – Doors – Windows General Carpentry Work

Interprovincial Journeyman Carpenter (10 years)

* Hardi-board & Vinyl Siding * Seamless Metal RooÀng & Siding

Ph: 634-3492 estevaneaves@sasktel.net

Serving Estevan & Area for Over 30 Years

Fascia Soffitt Seamless Eaves

GEMB Enterprises

Metal Roofing Vinyl & Metal Siding

306-461-5091

Warren Seeman

R. POOLE CONSTRUCTION

306.421.5706

HEALTH & MOBILITY AIDS

Specializing In: • Vinyl Siding • SofÀt and Fascia • Windows and Doors • Metal Window Cladding ‌ and much more!

NOW – Continuous Eavestroughing

tech.neh@gmail.com

* 5� & 6� Seamless Eaves * SofÀt & Fascia

• 25 Years experience • References available

Randy Poole

ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN TECH-NEH

EAVESTROUGHING

Beat the Rush and Book your FREE ESTIMATES now! Home: (306) 634-4247 Cell: (306) 421-0084

LIFT CHAIRS WALKERS ELECTRIC BEDS AND MUCH MORE

ESTEVAN SHOPPERS MALL

Trailblazer Scooter • 13 in. Black Tires • Full Suspension • Deluxe Light Package • 1.2 HP @ 8 MPH • Power Seat or Lge. Batteries

OPEN THURS: 12:00 - 8:00 CALL: 306-483-2430 TOLL FREE: 1-800-472-5063

MASONRY • Stone • Stucco • Brick

30 years of experience brought to your home

DRYWALL/INSULATING

Journeyman

SPRAY POLYURETHANE FOAM INSULATION

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

421-9037 wilhelmmasonry@sasktel.net

PET GROOMING/BOARDING

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PET SALON AND HOTEL

* Pick-up & Drop-off Service * Semi-Permanent Hair Colour * Retail Supplies *All Breeds Welcome – Cats Too! *Homemade Organic Dog Biscuits Pets Available for Adoption

Relax, their paws are in good hands!

Owner – Pam Rowand (Groomer)

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

306-636- 2487 Outram, Sk

RUFF KUTZ PET SALON A Cut above from head to tail

Directory Advertising Doesn’t Cost ‌ It Pays!

Michelle Dauk Pet Stylist

822 Isabelle Street

306-634-4339

For Information Regarding Advertising in this Directory Please Contact a

Southeast Trader Express/Estevan Mercury Sales Consultant at 634-2654


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ALL MY CHILDREN Caleb asked Tad to team up with him to defeat David. Kendall confessed that she didn’t like living so far away from Pine Valley. Greenlee’s hatred toward David was getting the best of her. Kendall saw Liza giving David a mysterious key. Damon felt like he wasn’t good enough for Colby after he couldn’t afford lunch. Kendall encouraged Greenlee to go after Ryan before it’s too late. Wait to See: David collapses. AS THE WORLD TURNS Lucinda received a mys-

terious phone call from Ralph. Craig lied and hinted to Lucinda that he and Lily were intimate. Jack shot the gun out of Blackthorn’s hand, saving Dusty’s life. Holden told Faith that he would wait patiently for Lily to come back to him. Chris told Katie the truth about his health. Henry and Barbara wed. Wait to See: John Dixon returns to Oakdale. THE BOLD AND THE BEAUTIFUL Thomas was jealous of Steffy’s restored status at the company. Hope forgave Oliver for his indiscretion but wasn’t ready to forgive Brooke. Bill fired Liam over the video debacle. Thomas warned Taylor that she would probably regret giving

Steffy her shares. Ridge told Liam to stay away from his family after he expressed interest in Hope. Thorne made a shocking revelation about someone from his past. Wait to See: Alone together in the Big Bear cabin, Owen finds himself delivering Bridget’s baby.

kicked Patrick out of the house after he admitted that he slept with Lisa. Michael found out that Carly was paying Brook Lynn to do her dirty work. Lisa threw herself in front of Robin’s car. Wait to See: Suzanne encourages Brenda to return to Port Charles.

D AY S O F O U R LIVES Stephanie found out that someone already changed the DNA results on Chloe’s baby. Rafe stopped Sami and EJ’s wedding before they could say “I do.” Vivian made plans to keep Maggie out of Victor’s orbit permanently. An enraged Sami told EJ that he would never see his children again. Wait to See: Vivian’s stone coffin (for Maggie) is delivered.

ONE LIFE TO LIVE Marty found out that Eli was responsible for her fall. Cole tried to fight his

GENERAL HOSPITAL Sonny was arrested for shooting Johnny despite his claims of self-defense. Brenda accepted Murphy’s marriage proposal. Robin

attraction toward Hannah. Clint told David that his imprisonment was payback for breaking up his marriage to Kim. John told Marty that Natalie was pregnant with his child. Todd was devastated to learn that Tea died before he could see her again. Wait to See: Kelly and Rex share a connection.

Ashley and Tucker after she tried to break up with him. Phyllis went to bed with Deacon after finding out that Nick and Sharon were moving in together. Heather and Chance shared a kiss after she told him that she had feelings for him. J.T. exploded after seeing Victoria’s “Billy Forever” tattoo. Wait to See: Nikki returns to her old habits. (c) 2010 King Features Synd., Inc.

THE YOUNG AND THE RESTLESS Passion ignited between

STAGECOACH ... 22ND ANNUAL

BRANSON and the OZARKS Included in Your Tour Price:

Oct. 30 - Nov. 9

• All Accommodation & Transportation • “Some Breakfasts” • “Daniel O’Donnell” • “Yakav Smirnoff ” • “Shoji Tabuchi” • “Baldknobbers” • “Moe Brandy”

• Branson Belle Dinner & Cruise • Some Optional Shows • Silver Dollar City (optional) • Bass Pro Shop • Luggage Handling Included

For more information …

STAGECOACH TOURS & CHARTERS

11 Days - 10 Nights

Call For Details!

42-10th St., Weyburn, Sask. S4H 2W5

1-306-842-8900 Toll-Free: 1-866-879-2191

Poplar Rental Properties Seeking Maintenance Person for property management company to perform repairs & upkeep for 65 apartments. For more information contact Gwen at 634-6426

To apply: fax or e-mail resume along with 2 employer related references to Poplar Rental Properties. Fax: (306) 634-6427 e-mail: prp@sasktel.net

SE Saskatchewan Gravel operation is looking for

Experienced Crusher/ Loader Operators and Class 1A Drivers Pay will be according to experience. Medical & Dental beneÀts available. Drivers send driver abstract along with resume. Please Fax resume to (306)634-4167 Or email to chamneycrushing@hotmail.com

Book a career ad here today by calling 6342654

WELL SERVICING

We are currently recruiting in Estevan for

Field Sales Eagle Well Servicing is among the best in the business. With some of the newest service rigs around, small-company feel and higher than average utilization we provide an excellent work environment. If you are looking to become a part of a fast-paced and team-based work environment, we are the place for you.

Sherritt International Corporation is a leading diversified natural resource company involved in the production of nickel, cobalt, thermal coal, oil, gas and electricity. Sherritt’s success is built on utilizing innovative technologies and the breadth of its financial and operational expertise to increase productivity and profitability. Boundary Dam and Bienfait Mines have immediate openings for: Process Engineer Senior Human Resources Advisor Full Qualified Interprovincial Journeyman Electricians Full Qualified Interprovincial Journeyman Industrial Mechanics For more information, please visit www.sherritt.com/careers to see details regarding each position. Sherritt Coal provides competitive wages and benefits. Interested individuals should submit a resume.

At Eagle, we offer a small company feel, excellent employee benefits, and opportunities for advancement.

Applicants are invited to submit resumes to sheldon.milford@iroccorp.com or fax to (306) 634-8238. We thank all applicants for their interest, however only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

www.eaglerigjobs.com

Sherritt Coal Boundary Dam Mine Human Resources Department Box 3000 Estevan, Sask S4A 2W2 Fax – 306 634-7058 E-mail - careers.bdmandbft@sherrittcoal.com We thank all candidates for their interest, however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.


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Licensed Heavy Duty Mechanic Required Send resumes to:

dlesage@equaltransport.ca or fax: 306-453-4404

HELP WANTED

Truck Drivers

Box 576, Carlyle, SK

• 3A or 1A License • Loader experience an asset • Resume & drivers abstract required • Competitive wages • Benefit package available

S0C 0R0

Permanent Full-Time Penta Completions requires a

Drop off resume at:

Warehouse/Yard Assistant for our Estevan operation. Duties Include • Shipping & Receiving • Inventory control • Invoicing • Some on call work is required

314 - 6th Street, Estevan or fax resume to: 634-4643

General Maintenance/ Serviceman

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

Duties to include but not limited to general maintenance, service and delivery of generators. Must have some experience but willing to train. Looking for a reliable, independent individual. Please forward resume to :

AC Power

102 Perkins Street or Fax: 634-5545 Attention: Larry

Labourers Required • Must have valid Class 5 license • Excellent benefits & RSP plan after probation period • Safety training will be provided if necessary • Competitive wages

Fax resume to 634-8025

WELL SERVICING

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

Field Service Technician/Technologist Permanent/Full Time In Saskatchewan • 5 positions Reporting to the Regional Manager, the successful candidate will be accountable for installing and maintaining wireless communication systems for Comtech’s telecom and industrial customers. Accountabilities: • Installation and servicing of wired and wireless equipment in Àeld and shop. • Climb towers for installation and servicing of equipment. • Site surveys, job scoping, and preliminary system designs. • Equipment conÀgurations/integration. • Technical support. • Be available for on-call rotation and occasional out of town work. • Communicate and update manager on project/job status.

Eagle Well Servicing is among the best in the business. With some of the newest service rigs around, small-company feel and higher than average utilization we provide an excellent work environment. If you are looking to become a part of a fast-paced and team-based work environment, we are the place for you.

At Eagle, we offer a small company feel, excellent employee benefits, and opportunities for advancement.

Applicants are invited to submit resumes to sheldon.milford@iroccorp.com or fax to (306) 634-8238. We thank all applicants for their interest, however only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

www.eaglerigjobs.com

RESPONSIBILITIES: * Designs and develops newspaper layouts * Inputs changes to layouts as directed by Manager and ensures they are correct and consistent * Standardizing and readying pages for press deadline * Designs additional advertising projects * Maintains archives – organizes and files records WORKING CONDITIONS: * Occasional overtime may be required

QualiÀcations: • Electronic technician or technologist diploma. • Fall Protection and Tower Rescue CertiÀed an asset. • H2S, First Aid, CPR, WHMIS, SCSA, training an asset. • Experience with Cellular, microwave, VHF, SCADA, and LAN writing. • Interest in continuing career development. • Strong leadership, interpersonal, oral, and written communication and project/time management skills.

QUALIFICATIONS: * Ability to multi task under tight deadlines * Strong communication skills * Highly organized * Creative with a keen eye for detail * Self-starter with an ability to work independently * Ability to think on his/her feet and improvise when necessary

Additional Information: QualiÀed candidates should submit their resume with a cover letter specifying their accomplishment to: careers@comtech.ca

EXPERIENCE: * Previous newspaper experience considered an asset * Must present a portfolio of online and print design work from previous places of employment or personal projects that show a good understanding of design principles and a keen eye for design * CS4 applications including InDesign, Illustrator, Photoshop necessary. We thank all applicants for their interest, however, only those considered for an interview will be contacted.

We are currently recruiting in Estevan for a

Field Superintandent

Production Designer Location: Estevan, Saskatchewan

Comtech is always interested in receiving resumes from motivated individuals looking for an exciting career. We offer a comprehensive beneÀts package, including short and long-term disability insurance, coverage for medical, dental, vision, chiropractic, and other therapies. An RRSP plan is also provided. Personal safety and professional development are central to our corporate philosophy. Comtech provides a safety clothing allowance to assist in purchasing any safety-related items needed for work as well as covering safety renewal training costs. Applicable trade upgrading courses are provided based on merit.

Book a career ad here today by calling

634-2654

Brant Kersey Office: 306.634.2654 Fax: 306.634.3934 Email: brant_kersey@yahoo.ca Mailing Address: Box 730, Estevan, SK, S4A 2A6 68 Souris Avenue N, Estevan, SK


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SRI HOMES’ Estevan Facility, SHELTER HOME SYSTEMS has immediate openings for

PRODUCTION PERSONNEL Warehouse Worker Required

This is a union shop with an excellent benefit package. If you have an excellent work history and are willing and capable of working at a variety of jobs in a fast paced construction environment, email your resume to:

jobs.shelter@gmail.com or bring it to the factory at # 200 Hwy. 18 West.

Email resume to vvandresar@mmmud.ca or fax to 306-453-4404

Cundall, Baumgartner & Co. Barristers & Solicitors are seeking a

RECEPTIONIST/ ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT This is a temporary six-month term position. The successful applicant will possess good communication and computer skills. Written applications with a current resume to be submitted to: Cundall, Baumgartner & Co. 1138 Third Street, Estevan, SK S4A 0R7 cbc@cbclaw.ca

Now Seeking 3 Positions

Pizza/Line Cooks Days Inn, Estevan is looking for

3 WAITRESSES for full time permanent employment. Previous experience is not necessary. Responsibilities: take orders, answer questions, serve food, serve tables, prepare bills. Salary $11 Can./hr. Apply in person with resume.

Prepare & cook pizzas, salads, sandwiches as ordered. Set up & stock line to maintain proper levels of ingredients required. Train new staff. Use proper weights & measurements to make/prepare consistent product. Clean equipment & clean line & work area as required. Must be available to work until midnight. $14.30 per hour permanent full time available. Culinary education or at least 3 years of food service experience as a cook. Apply in person with resume to

Looking for the Leisure Centre Schedules? www.estevanmercury.ca

1305 - 9th St. Estevan

1124 4th Street Estevan

requires an

Accounts Receivable Clerk Carson Energy has an opening for full time employment out of the Lampman office. We are looking for an ambitious, team-oriented candidate with clerical accounting experience. Knowledge of Accpac is a benefit, but is not required.

Please apply to: Grant Latimer Carson Energy Services Ltd. P.O. Box 160, Lampman, Saskatchewan S0C 1N0 Fax: (306) 487-3235 Email: glatimer@carsonenergyservices.com

NOW HIRING ! JOURNEYMEN, 3&4 YEAR ELECTRICIANS STUDON Electric & Controls Inc. is an industry leading Electrical/ Instrumentation Contractor that prides itself in having committed and dedicated employees who take pride in supplying excellent service to our clients.

We are currently hiring for projects in Saskatchewan The ideal candidates will have the following: * H2S, Fall Protection, CSTS * Journeymen or 3&4 year electricians * A team player * Excellent communication skills STUDON offers a competitive salary, incentive and beneÀts package. If you are interested in this opportunity to join a dynamic and growing company, please forward your resume to the address below. We thank all applicants for their interest; however only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.

STUDON Electric & Controls Inc. #102 8024 Edgar Industrial Cr. Red Deer, AB. T4P 3R3 ATTN: Human Resources Fax # 403-342-6505 Email HR@studon.com “People Pride & Service”

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Require 2 servers for full time permanent jobs. Experience is not necessary.

is looking for a

Carrier

Required to greet customers, present menus, take orders, serve food and beverage in a licensed premises. Make recommendations and answer questions regarding food and beverages. Prepare bills and accept payment. Wage $11/hour. Must work weekends and evenings. Contact Peter in person with resume or fax resume to Tower Cafe at 306-634-5636.

for McDonald Road, Perry Crescent & Rooks Avenue. A great starter route, 22 papers. Earn $5.52 per week. Eligible for a $100 draw at the end of each month for all our carriers. Great opportunity for extra money during our subscription drive contest. If interested call Gayle

634-2654

Techmation Electric & Controls Ltd. is one of Western Canada’s leading Electrical & Instrumentation companies focusing on the energy sector. We pride ourselves on leadership, technical expertise, integrity and customer service. We are currently accepting resumes for the Estevan area for the following positions only:

- Journeyman Instrumentation Lead Hand - Journeyman Electrical Foreman

Days Inn, Estevan is looking for

3 COOKS for full time permantent employment. College education as a cook or at least 4 years of previous experience is a must. Responsibilities: prepare and cook meals, supervise helpers, estimate and maintain inventory. Salary $13 Can./hour

The following would be an asset: Valid Safety Tickets, H2S Alive and First Aid WHMIS /TDG PLC and SCADA Experience Valid and Clean Drivers License Oil & Gas Experience 9 Excellent communication skills (both written and verbal) 9 Capability of working in a customer oriented service environment 9 9 9 9 9

In addition to Competitive Wages, Benefit Package, RSP & Pension Plan, we offer a dynamic high paced team environment. Qualified applicants are invited to fax or email their resume: Attention: Blaire Velichko – Southern Regional Manager Fax: 306.634.4398 or e-mail: bvelichko@techmationelectric.com

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Electrician Helpers & Apprentices • Willing to train the right person interested in the trade. • Full time - wage negotiable based on experience.

Call Richard: 421-2544 or drop off resume at:

Electric Ltd. 1106 5th Street Estevan

Cooks Required All Positions Paying Top Wages

Apply Immediately in person or email blackgrasshopper@sasktel.net THE BLACK GRASSHOPPER BREW PUB

Apply in person with resume. Committed to Quality, Safety & Service! www.techmationelectric.com

1305 - 9th St. Estevan

DRIVERS AND SWAMPERS REQUIRED Class 1A License & good abstract required. Any tickets are an asset. Good starting wage and benefit package.

We require all positions for a full Rig Crew Submit resume to: Cliff@grimeswell.com or fax 306-634-7754

OilÀeld Labourers Required 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:

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

Applications can be: Dropped off - ask for Todd Faxed: 634-4258 Emailed baxter.transport@bbaxtertransport.ca

WELL SERVICING

BE WELL PAID We are currently recruiting for Floorhands - $27/hour Derrickhands - $30/hour Eagle Well Servicing is among the best in the business. With some of the newest service rigs around, and higher than industry average pay, we have the client base to keep you busy and earning steady income.

CAREER OPPORTUNITY

General Maintenance/ Service Man

Field Service Tech

Duties to include but not limited to general maintenance of one ton chev trucks, power tongs & related equipment. Drivers license required.

Applicants should possess oil well operation knowledge, related industry service experience or technical certiÀcates and practical experience. You should possess good communication skills, organizational, problem-solving skills and be able to work in a team environment. Computer experience would be an asset.

Experience not necessary on power tongs willing to train. Monday thru Friday 8:00 - 4:30 Wages dependent on experience/Health BeneÀts included. Apply in person with resume or forward resume to: gptltd@sasktel.net or fax: 306-634-6738 Attention: Dean Gilliss

At Eagle, we offer a small company feel, excellent employee benefits, and opportunities for advancement

Applicants are invited to submit resumes to sheldon.milford@iroccorp.com or fax to (306) 634-8238. We thank all applicants for their interest, however only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

www.eaglerigjobs.com

Penta Completions requires a

PO Box 1055, Estevan, SK S4A 2H7 Tel: 306-634-6768 Fax: 306-634-6738 www.gillisspowertongs.com

for our Estevan operation.

Duties to include dynamometer data collection, analysis, optimization, rod string design, sucker rod Àeld service tech, installation and servicing of oil well automation and variable frequency drives. We offer a competitive salary plus Àeld bonus & service vehicle. Penta is an industry leader in all aspects of rod pumping sales, applications, analysis and automation. This is an opportunity for the right individual to acquire skills and knowledge to enhance their qualiÀcations in technical Àeld service. Please forward resumes via e-mail, fax or in person. QualiÀed applicants will be contacted for interviews.

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


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continued Is now accepting applications For the following positions…

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- Shop Labourer (Hose Technician) - Shop Labourer - Heavy Duty Mechanic Wil-Tech offers competitive wages And complete benefit packages. All applications are appreciated, but only those considered will be contacted. Interested applicants can submit resumes to:

P.O. Box 1147 (69 Escana Street) Estevan, Sask. S4A 2H7 Fax# 306-634-5871 Email: resume@wil-tech.ca

Big on Career Satisfaction.

KIDS BACK TO SCHOOL? EARN SOME EXTRA CASH!

• Bakery Clerk • Deli Clerk • Cashiers • Casual Positions • Driver Sales Rep • C-Store Clerk Cashiers • Cake Decorators • Bakers Helper • Delivery Driver

Book a career ad here today by calling 6342654

Pick up an application form at any Department or location of the Southern Plains Co-op or e-mail l.abraham@southernplainscoop.com

Remember we will try to work with you and your busy schedule.

Big Country Energy Services LP is a premier pipeline and facility construction company servicing western Canada, and we’re opening our doors to exciting new career opportunities in our Estevan division. Built on the foundations of safety, quality and teamwork, Big Country understands that people and commitment to the community are the most important parts of our business. If you desire a rewarding career you can be proud of – then look our way. We’re currently building our team with dedicated and innovative professionals, who will prosper with us and share our focus of dynamic customer service.

Office Administrator Exhibiting professionalism and the ability to think outside the box, your role will be to effectively perform all tasks necessary to maintain current and accurate receivables, payables and payroll systems. You will be responsible for reconciling and posting of invoices, statements and timesheets, spreadsheet and ledger balancing, and weekly and monthly report maintenance. Coordinating and maintaining the services and supplies of the office is also within your scope. As the ideal candidate, you will possess three years advanced proficiency in an accounting or data-entry related position, and will be familiar with the oil and gas construction industry. You are a definite team player, whose exceptional organizational and multi-tasking skills are complemented by your ability to communicate on all levels. Being self motivated is vital – along with the ability to multi-task, prioritize and manage multiple objectives. You are proficient in MS Office software; experience in Explorer Accounting Software is also an asset. In return for your enthusiasm and talent, Big Country offers a highly competitive compensation and benefits package, combined with long-term career development. Candidates who see this position as an opportunity to further their already successful careers are invited to submit a resume with cover letter by August 30, 2010 to:

Big Country Energy Services LP Attention: Human Resources Manager Box 38, 350 Aquaduct Drive Brooks, AB T1R 1B2 Fax: (403) 501-5505 Email: hr@bcpl.ca

Pason is the world’s largest provider of drilling instrumentation rentals on land-based rigs. We currently have an opening for a

FIELD SERVICES TECHNICIAN – WEYBURN/ESTEVAN AREA IN SASKATCHEWAN We are seeking an energetic, personable and self-motivated individual to work the front line and provide outstanding service to our customers in the installation and on-going support of our various products on drilling and service rigs. This requires the ability to work independently during irregular and sometimes long hours, strong organizational and problem-solving skills and the ability to effectively interact and work in a team environment. This position can be based from the Weyburn/Estevan area in Saskatchewan. Experience with oilÀeld drilling and service rigs as well as instrumentation is an asset. We provide the training and on-going support required to be successful as well as all necessary tools and equipment including a Àeld service vehicle. We offer a competitive base salary, discretionary performance bonus, and a comprehensive beneÀt program. If you are seeking a dynamic work environment with an industry leader, forward your application to weyburnÀeldtech@pason.com with “Field Service Technician” in the subject Àeld. We thank all applicants in advance, however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted. Visit our website for more information about Pason at www.pason.com. Pason promotes a safe and healthy work environment and applicants for this position will be subject to our alcohol and drug testing program.


Deluxe Cheesesteaks The classic Philly Cheesesteak(thinslicesofgrilledsteak on an Italian roll with melted cheese and grilled onions) is a South Philadelphia tradition dating back to the 1930s. Our version is divine -- and you don’t have to travel farther than your backyard! 1/2 cup red wine vinegar

1 tablespoon olive oil 1/2 teaspoon salt 1/2 teaspoon coarsely ground black pepper 3 cloves garlic, crushed with garlic press 3 medium red and/or green peppers, cut lengthwise into quarters, seeds and stems discarded 2 medium red onions, cut into 1/2-inch-thick slices

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THE TRADER, FRIDAY, AUGUST 27, 2010 Page 27 to bag with vegetables and 1/4 Cook vegetables on grill with 3 minutes or until cheese melts. cup mixture to bag with steak. steak about 15 minutes or until Transfer to platter. Reserveremainingmixture.Seal browned and just tender, turning 5. To serve, thinly slice bags, pressing out excess air. occasionally. steak, cut peppers into strips, Marinate 15 minutes at room 3. Transfer steak and veg- and separate onion slices into temperature. etablestocuttingboard.Letsteak rings. Pile steak, peppers and 2. Remove steak and veg- stand 10 minutes to allow juices onions over melted cheese on etables from bags and place on to set for easier slicing. bottom halves of rolls. Drizzle grill over medium heat. Cook 4. Meanwhile, sprinkle with reserved vinaigrette, and steak 15 to 20 minutes for cheese over cut sides of rolls. replacetophalvesofrolls,cheese medium-rare or until of desired Place rolls on grill, cheese side side down. (c) 2010 Hearst Communications, Inc. doneness, turning steak once. up, and cook over medium heat

SOUTH EAST CORNERSTONE SCHOOL DIVISION #209 2010-2011 SCHOOL BUS ROUTE These Routes and Times Subject to Change BUS NUMBER 82-306 SPRUCE RIDGE & ESTEVAN COMPREHENSIVE SCHOOL - Driver Donna Dukart a.m. route 53 Cundall Drive George Street and Arthur Avenue Eva and Alexandra Spruce Ridge ECS p.m. route **p.m. route is in reverse order to the above**

Approximate Pick up Time Please arrive 3-4 minutes early 8:24 8:31 8:33 8:35 8:40

82-599 WESTVIEW ELEMENTARY SCHOOL - Driver Cindy Cull a.m. route 1010 2nd Street Valley Street/Coronation Street & Souris Avenue 1001 Valley Street Corner of 1st Street & 11th Avenue Corner of 1st Street & 12th Avenue 1821 1st Street Westview Place at the end of street (1910 Westview Place) 1st Street & Alice Road at the stop sign West End Trailer Court Alice Road & 2nd Street A Westview p.m. route **Westview students the pm route is in reverse order to the above.** SPRUCE RIDGE ELEMENTARY AND COMPREHENSIVE SCHOOL - Driver Cindy Cull a.m. route 579 Petterson Drive 416 Petterson Drive Clasky Drive at Brooks Road 439 Clasky Drive 469 Brooks Road Rooney And Symons Bay ECS Spruce Ridge School

8:09 8:11 8:12 8:14 8:15 8:17 8:18 8:19 8:20 8:22 8:25

82-698 SPRUCE RIDGE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL - Driver Annette Haselhan Approximate Pick up Time a.m. route 929 King Street 8:34 Day Care 8:36 Henry & Souris Avenue 8:38 Henry & Victoria Avenue 8:39 Henry & Arthur 8:40 Henry & Bannatyne 8:41 Spruce Ridge 8:45 ECS 8:45 p.m. route **p.m. route is in the reverse order to the above** 83-193 HILLCREST ELEMENTARY SCHOOL - Driver Bev Schmidt a.m. route 1002 1st Street & 10th Avenue Valley Street & Coronation Street 769 Sun Valley Drive 709 Sun Valley Drive Southend Willow Park (Service Road) 425 Willow Green Park 470 Willow Green Park 331 Willow Green Park 309 Willow Green Park Hillcrest p.m. route Leave Hillcrest School Willow Park Green Sun Valley Driver (corner) Valley Street and Coronation Street ECS

Approximate Pick up Time 8:15 8:16 8:18 8:20 8:22 8:24 8:26 8:28 8:30 8:33 3:20 3:22 3:26 3:28 3:30

82-599

Approximate Pick up Time 8:30 8:32 8:34 8:35 8:36 8:40 8:43 8:45

p.m. route **Spruce Ridge & ECS students use Bus #82-109 Driver Lynn Hildahl.** Bus #82-599****** Comprehensive School Only ******Driver Cindy Cull p.m. route By bus depot 1717 3rd Street 18th Avenue at 1st Street West Valley edge Valley Street at 11th Avenue

3:40 3:46 3:47 3:48 3:49 3:50

82-401 PLEASANTDALE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL - Driver Paulann Boulding a.m. route Dechief farm 8th Street & 14th Ave (beside empty lot) Estevan Day Care 60 Cundall Drive 1200 King Street (crosswalk) Corner of Nicholson Road at Newcombe Drive Nicholson Road at Veternas Crescent (white fence) Nicholson Road at Grundeen Crescent (beside town houses) p.m. route Nicholson Road and Newcombe Drive Nicholson Road and Veternas Crescent (white fence) 1200 King Street (crosswalk) Nicholson Road at Grundeen Crescent Estevan Day Care 68 Cundall Drive 8th Street and 14th Avenue Dechief farm

Approximate Pick up Time 8:05 8:10 8:13 8:15 8:18 8:20 8:22 8:25 3:17 3:19

83-193 COMPREHENSIVE SCHOOL - Driver Bev Schmidt a.m. route Hillcrest - ECS students Murray Avenue 4th Ave at stop sign 5th Avenue & 2nd Street 6th Avenue & 2nd Street 206 4th Street (Circle 6 Motel) ECS p.m. route Leave ECS 4th Avenue & Perkins at stop sign Murray Avenue McDonald Road (crosswalk) 282 Duncan Road Perry Crescent 1st Street & 6th Avenue 2nd Street & 6th Avenue 5th Avenue & 1st Street Willow Park Greens 769 Sun Valley Drive

Approximate Pick up Time 8:33 8:36 8:37 8:38 8:39 8:42 8:48 3:35 3:38 3:40 3:44 3:45 3:46 3:47 3:48 3:50 3:52 3:54

82-104 SPRUCE RIDGE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL & ECS - Driver Larry Andries Approximate Pick up Time a.m. route Laurier Road North Estevan 8:20 Albert & Alexandria 8:25 Spruce Ridge 8:30 ECS 8:32 p.m. route **** pm route is in the reverse order to the above** 82-209 COMPREHENSIVE SCHOOL - Driver Susan Anderson a.m. route Newcombe & Nicholson Kohely & Nicholson ECS

Approximate Pick up Time 8:23 8:25 8:30

p.m. route ** pm route is in the reverse order to the above** 82-109

82-401

SPRUCE RIDGE #19.5 YELLOW RIBBON - Drive Paulann Boulding AND ESTEVAN COMPREHENSIVE SCHOOL a.m. route Wellock Road & Mayfair Bay 9th street & Days Inn 8th Street & 14th Avenue 8th Street at Souris Avenue 848 Smith Street 709 Arthur Avenue 521 Milne Crescent 540 Milne Crescent 559 Milne Crescent Henry St/Popular Bay (white fence)

Approximate Pick up Time 8:25 8:30 8:33 8:35 8:36 8:40 8:43 8:44 8:45 8:47

A.M. WESTVIEW - P.M. SPRUCE RIDGE & ECS -Driver Lynn Hildahl a.m. route 901 Valley 1105 Valley 1530 - 1st Street 1737 - 1st Street Corner of 18 Avenue & 2nd Street Westview School Corner of 15th Avenue & 2nd Street Corner of 14th Avenue & 5th Street ECS Spruce Ridge

Approximate Pick up Time 8:25 8:26 8:27 8:28 8:30 8:31 8:32 8:33 8:37 8:38

p.m. route ** ECS students use Bus #82-599 - Driver Cindy Cull.** p.m. route **p.m. route is in the reverse order to the above** 82-698 HILLCREST ELEMENTARY SCHOOL - Driver Annette Haselhan a.m. route 4th Ave & 4th St. 7th Avenue & 5th Street 9th Avenue & 4th Street 9th Avenue & 2nd Street 7th Avenue & 2nd Street 5th Avenue & 2nd Street Hillcrest 222 Perkins Road (ECS students only)

Approximate Pick up Time 8:14 8:15 8:16 8:18 8:20 8:22 8:25 8:27

p.m. route Spruce Ridge ECS 420 Petterson Drive Corner of Clasky and Brooks Petterson & Rooney 439 Clasky 469 Brooks 82-107 COMPREHENSIVE SCHOOL -Driver Lynn McNabb a.m. route Nicholson & Grundeen Cres.

p.m. route **p.m. route is in the reverse order to the above** p.m. route **p.m. route is in the reverse order to the above**

Any questions or concerns please call Dan Gedak at 636-7458.

3:35 3:40 3:42 3:43 3:44 3:45 3:47 Approximate Pick up Time 8:33


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CONSUMERS SHOULD READ THE FOLLOWING: All special Clearance offers include Customer Cash Incentive (includes Dealer Participation). Offers do not include Delivery & Destination, $100 AC Tax (where applicable), Dealer Administration Fee up to $500, applicable taxes, license, registration and insurance. Vehicles may not be exactly as shown. Limited time offers are subject to change without notice. †CLEARANCE PRICE of a new 2010 SX4 Hatchback with manual transmission (Model H3NB1H0) and 2010 SX4 Sedan with manual transmission (Model S3LB1J0) is $14,995/$14,995 includes Customer Cash Incentive $2,700/$2,700 (includes Dealer Participation). Offers do not include $1,395/$1,395 destination & delivery, $100 AC Tax (where applicable), Dealer Administration Fee up to $500, applicable taxes, license, registration and insurance. Certain conditions apply. Dealers may sell for less. CLEARANCE PRICE of models shown: 2010 SX4 Hatchback JLX with CVT transmission (Model H3NB720) and 2010 SX4 Sedan Sport with manual transmission (Model S3LB1K0), is $24,195/$18,945 includes Customer Cash Incentive $500/$750. Offers do not include $1,395/$1,395 destination & delivery, $100 AC Tax (where applicable), Dealer Administration Fee up to $500, applicable taxes, license, registration and insurance. *Limited time ďŹ nance offers available on select models to qualiďŹ ed retail customers on approved credit. Special bi-weekly purchase ďŹ nance offer is available for a 72/72 month term or for a total of 156/156 bi-weekly payments. The bi-weekly payment at 0%/0% purchase ďŹ nancing APR is $96/$96 with $0/$0 down payment. Cost of borrowing is $0/$0 for a total obligation of $14,995/$14,995 includes Customer Cash Incentive $2,700/$2,700 (includes Dealer Participation). Offers do not include $1,395/$1,395 destination & delivery, $100 AC Tax (where applicable), PPSA up to $72, Dealer Administration Fee up to $500, applicable taxes, license, registration and insurance. **CASH CLEARANCE PRICE of a new 2010 Grand Vitara JX with automatic transmission (Model L2NB5T0) is $23,495 includes Customer Cash Incentive $4,500 (includes Dealer Participation). Offers do not include $1,595 destination & delivery, $100 AC Tax (where applicable), Dealer Administration Fee up to $500, applicable taxes, license, registration and insurance. Certain conditions apply. Dealers may sell for less. CASH CLEARANCE PRICE of model shown: 2010 Grand Vitara JLX with automatic transmission (Model L2MB5V0) is $25,495 includes Customer Cash Incentive $4,000. Offers do not include $1,595 destination & delivery, $100 AC Tax (where applicable), Dealer Administration Fee up to $500, applicable taxes, license, registration and insurance. Customer Cash Incentive on Grand Vitara cannot be combined with special ďŹ nance offers. Information shown is based on latest available at time of print. See participating dealers for conditions and details. Dealer may sell for less. Offers end September 10, 2010. 6AWD available as an option on the SX4 Hatchback. Based on Fuel Consumption Guide ratings published by Natural Resources Canada. Your actual fuel consumption may vary. Fuel economy estimates are determined by using Transport Canada approved testing methods.


Trader August 27, 2010  

Trader August 27, 2010

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