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ENDURANCE TEST – Yorkton Fire Protective Services puts candidates like Kyle Briscoe (pictured) through a tough testing process before they’re hired. This is part of the “bull test,” which tests comprehension, safety and ability. The test consists of a dress drill, a search and rescue, a ladder drill where they climb 100 feet, carry a 50lb roll of hose up three flights five times, load hose, a hose testing comprehension, and what is pictured above, dragging a 300 lb hose two blocks. The exercise is meant to test mental and physical ability to get the best candidates for the department. Seven candidates took part in the testing, and only four made it to the bull test.
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It’s presents an opportunity for growth and improvements for local communities. Yorkton-Melville MP Garry Breitkreuz recently announced the New Building Canada Plan is now accepting applications. Yorkton and area communities are invited to apply! The goal behind the initiative is economic growth, job creation and long-term prosperity through quality infrastructure. The New Building Canada Plan, a continuation of the Building Canada Fund which ran from 2007-2014, will see the Government of Canada invest over $53 billion in infrastructure across the country over the next 10 years from 2014-2024. For Saskatchewan, this represents more than $1 billion in dedicated federal funding, including almost $437 million under the New Building Canada Fund and an estimated $613 million under the federal Gas Tax Fund. “Under Building Canada, many communities throughout our area were able to receive funding for infrastructure projects such as road upgrading (RM of Insinger), water treatment plant expansion (Yorkton), and sewage lagoon expansion (Kamsack), to name a few,” details Breitkreuz. “The New Building Canada Plan provides an opportunity for many more to enhance infrastructure in their own communities.” There are two major components under the New Building Canada Plan: 1. The $4-billion National Infrastructure Component (NIC) which provides funding for projects of national significance; and
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2. The $10-billion Provincial-Territorial Infrastructure Component (PTIC) which supports infrastructure projects of national, regional and local significance. The PTIC is divided into two sub-components: • $9 billion for National and Regional projects (PTIC—NRP); and • $1 billion for projects located in communities of fewer than 100,000 residents through the Small Communities Fund (PTIC—SCF). “The Small Communities Fund will be of particular interest for communities throughout Yorkton-Melville,” adds Breitkreuz. “Our towns and villages will have a fair opportunity to apply for funding for projects without having to compete against cities like Regina or Saskatoon.” Eligible projects under the PTIC— SCF include: • Drinking water • Wastewater • Solid waste management • Disaster mitigation • Local and regional airports • Short-line rail • Highways and major roads For a full list of eligible projects and info. on how to apply for funding under the New Building Canada plan, please visit: www.infrastructure.gc.ca/plan/plan-eng.html.
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Province invests $10 million – college initiative funded By SHANNON DEVEAU N-R Writer It’s big news for Yorkton but it’s also a boon for the region and the province as a whole. On Tuesday Premier Brad Wall was in the city to make a big announcement. The Provincial Government has allocated $10 million in funding to support construction of a the new Trades and Technology Centre at Parkland Regional College.
home.” It’s due to the expanding tax base and prospering economy that the province affords to make announcements such as this says Wall. “We ought not to take it for granted, but the chances of us being able to sustain the growing economy in this province are pretty good.” Saskatchewan, he says, is quickly becoming the envy of the world, particularly in areas like Asia. “The world wants what we have to offer and
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65 years young It’s a year to celebrate! To help celebrate the 65th anniversary of the Western Development Museum, the WDM is encouraging people to visit their local branch this year. Those celebrating their 65th birthday in 2014 will receive free admission on their birth date, as well as a birthday present from the Museum! On April 6, 2014 admission to the four WDMs in Moose Jaw, North Battleford, Saskatoon and Yorkton will be only 65 cents and visitors will receive a FREE Gift! Like most organizations, the WDM is affected by both global and regional trends, as well as by changes within the organization. External trends include globalization, changing demographics (aging population, influx of newcomers to Saskatchewan, growing First Nations and Metis populations), and new technologies. With the pace of change accelerating, how will the WDM look even a decade from now? For one thing, the Museum is changing its focus for collecting artifacts. The WDM is now seeking items that reflect the culture, social life, innovation, and economy of postSecond World War Saskatchewan, particularly during the 1950s, 1960s, and 1970s. “People are visiting and supporting WDM in droves, and our staff and volunteers are working really hard to keep the Museum vibrant and exciting,” says Joan Champ, Executive Director. “As a result, our attendance has increased; we have opened exciting new permanent and travelling exhibits throughout the system; we have forged some terrific new partnerships; and more and more new Canadians are visiting the four WDMs.”
DEDICATED SERVICE – Joan Popoff, former Administrator for the Town of Springside, was recently presented with a SUMA Meritorious Award for 20 years of service with the Town of Springside. Presenting Joan (left) with the award above is Mayor Al Langley.
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OFFICIAL APPOINTMENT – Sandy Persick was officially sworn-in as the Returning Officer for Yorkton constituency at a special ceremony held March 17 in Regina. Also pictured (left to right) are Dr. Michael Boda, Chief Electoral Officer of Saskatchewan, Her Honour the Honourable Vaughn Solomon Schofield, Lieutenant Governor of Saskatchewan, and Honourable Dan D’Autremont, Speaker of the Legislative Assembly of Saskatchewan. As well, Faye Andrusiak has been hired as Election Clerk for Yorkton. – Submitted photo
The Government of Saskatchewan has announced it is increasing the province’s minimum wage from $10 to $10.20 per hour effective October 1, 2014 and will soon introduce regulations to provide for regular indexing of the minimum wage each year. “Increasing the minimum wage will give minimum wage earners more disposable income and improve their standard of living,” Labour Relations and Workplace Safety Minister Don Morgan says. “Indexation of the minimum wage will provide security for minimum wage earners and ensure predictability for business owners in the province. Since 2007, we have increased the minimum wage in Saskatchewan six times and have gone from $7.95 to $10.20. That’s 28 per cent, which is well ahead of the rate of inflation.” Highlights of the new minimum wage regulation will include: • Indexation formula will be based on the equal weighting of the percentage changes in the Consumer Price Index and Average Hourly Wage for the previous year. • A change in the minimum wage will be announced on or before June 30 of each year, with that change coming in effect on October 1 of the same year. The Government of Saskatchewan says it has reduced the tax burden on minimum wage earners by increasing the basic personal, spousal and child benefits and by creating the Saskatchewan Low Income Tax Credit, removing about 112,000 people from the tax rolls. Individual taxpayers now pay no Saskatchewan income tax on their first $18,650 of income while a family of four pays no Saskatchewan income tax on their first $48,320 of income.
Three strikes and you’re out Ed, my neighbor next door, has no patience for athletes who do not perform well. Word that the New York Yankees have made a $175 million dollar investment, in Japanese pitcher, Masahiro Tanaka, has Ed both impressed and depressed. Ed is impressed that the twenty-five year old pitcher can command such a huge contract. What spoils it for Ed is the possibility that injuries or the pressure of a major league spotlight might derail the young man’s potential. Ed claims that a top pick athlete comes or goes like the hiccups. Both are often temporary situations. According to Ed, a $175 million dollar pitcher should be unbeatable with the result of strike outs with every batter. I asked Ed if it wouldn’t get monotonous if it was always batter up and batter struck out.
Neighborly Advice According to Ed by Raymond Maher www.accordingtoed.com He ignored my question as if it was too silly to answer. So I told Ed that if the pitcher were that good at pitching, he and the catcher could handle the game, when it was the opposing team’s time to bat. They wouldn’t need any basemen, short-stops or outfielders. This just got Ed irritated and he quit talking and left. Should is a word we use on others. Should a high pay pitcher always deliver a strike out against every batter? Does should imply, the need for always, with the obligation or duty to strike out any and every
batter? When a person is watching baseball from the bleachers or an armchair, should is an easy word to demand of the players. Other folks should do a lot of things in our view, but we aren’t so eager to do all we should do ourselves. In the Bible Jesus met a Samaritan woman at the well at the town of Sychar. She was stuck on what should be done when it came to Samaritans and Jews. Jesus asked her for a drink, but she was sure Jews should have no dealings with Samaritans.
Don’t prune your elms now To reduce the risk of Dutch elm disease (DED), pruning of elm trees is prohibited throughout Saskatchewan each year from April 1 until August 31. During this time, elm bark beetles that spread the disease are most active. Fresh cuts from pruning can attract the insects and increase the chance of a DED infection. Proper pruning is encouraged, outside the annual ban period. Pruning helps keep trees healthy and better able to resist all diseases, including DED. Removing dead and dying elm wood through pruning also helps reduce places for beetles to breed, and curbs their populations. Throughout
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If she gave him water to drink from the well, he would touch the water vessel she had touched and become ceremonially unclean. Jesus wanted her to think in terms of the living water or the spirit of God, but she was focused on the obvious, as if God was no more mysterious than the drinking water in her pail. The woman was focused on where to worship God. The Samaritans worshipped God on the mountain of Jacob. The Jews felt God should be worshipped at the temple in Jerusalem. Jesus asked her to call her husband so she could realize God is spirit and truth and able to see our sins plainly. Worship of God isn’t about where we worship, but from one’s heart directed by truth. Our worship of God is from the love of Him in our hearts, so that, we love Him with all our soul, mind and strength. Jesus told the Samaritan woman that he was the Messiah, the Christ and that God must be worshipped in spirit and truth. Love or spirit for God comes from our heart so that, as we love him, so we worship Him. Truth comes from God’s word. Love and truth are how we worship God wherever we are.
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Cindy’s Sunday Market Yorkton Legion April 6, 13 & 27 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Free admission, hot lunch, over 30 vendors. Call (306) 748-2269 to book your table or learn more. Calling All Artists! Art in the Country at Cherrydale Golf Course is accepting pieces. Deliver three paintings by May 25 of sooner to get involved. Children’s art is welcome also. All pieces must be ready to hang for a June 7 reception at 7 p.m. All are welcome! YFTBA Symposium 2014 St. Gerard’s Parish Complex Apr. 26, 7 p.m. 11 a.m to 7 p.m. Registration 11 a.m. Lunch @ noon Supper @ 5:30 p.m. Guest speakers, silent auction & ticket raffle Call (306) 782-0057 for details or visit: YFTBA.COM Canadian Trigeminal Neuralgia Association Provincial Meeting Wascana Rehab. Centre April 12, 10 a.m. For full details call Faye at (306) 751-0761. Prairie Debut presents “Guy and Nadina” A “Stars For Saskatchewan” concert April 14, 8 p.m. at the Anne Portnuff Theatre The Guy and Nadina Duo is renowned for artistry, musicianship, engaging performances, and fashion! Tickets are available at the Yorkton Arts Council, Welcome Home Floral and Gift Shop, at the door, or on-line: www.yorktonarts.ca The Yorkton branch of the Saskatchewan Genealogy Society Meeting April 8 at 7 p.m. in the History Room of the Yorkton Public Library. Interested genealogists at any stage of family research are welcome! For more information call Dave at 783-1093 or Glenn at 782-7969.
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6TH ANNUAL SPRING MACHINERY AUCTION
April 26th - 9 am Over 2 Million Dollars of Equipment
2010 JD 9630 4wd, shows 1536 hrs, 2009 JD 9630 4wd Shows 1968 hrs, 2010 NH P2070 Air Drill 60 ft 10â€? Spc w/430 bu Tank, 10â€? auger,5710 Bourgault Airseeders, 1820 JD Airseeders, SM7000 Degelman HH 7610 JD MFWD Tractor w/ldr, 5625 JD MFWD Tractor w/ldr 138 hrs, 2-135 White, 2 â€“ 2011 Case 2303 Swathers w/36â€™ HB Hdr, Renn Grain Bagger, 2 - HoneyBee 36â€™ Hdrs Brandt Auger 10x35 w/mover, Telvator Conveyor, Steiger 325 4wd, Jiffy 920 Bale Shredder, Styled 530 JD, IHC Tandem Grain truck and much more
2003 Volvo ec290blc Trackhoe, Cat & Case Trackhoes, 2005 JCD Backhoe CX4, 720 Champion Grader, 2013 Car Haulers, 1997 JCB Backhoe 215, Kubota Mini KX121-3, Hitachi Midi,Freightliner Semi, Dump Trailer, Semi Vans, HUGE selection of buckets, Much More on Sale Day. Partial List only
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AUCTION VERN FOWLIE, TRAVIS FOWLIE & SHELDON VAN PARYS, RHEIN, SK
Directions: From The West Side of Rhein Go 5 Miles North On Grid Rd. 637 - Yard On West Side.
2003 NH TJ425
2005 BOURG 5710 SERIES II 54 Ft W/TANK
Shedding light on compact fluorescent bulbs In Canada, as of January 1, 2014, incandescent light bulbs are being phased out. There are a few options available to replace them, including compact fluorescent light bulbs (CFL), light-emitting diodes (LED) and incandescent halogen light bulbs. You may be wondering why the phase-out was introduced and what this change means for you. Perhaps you have heard that CFLs contain mercury and you are worried about possible health effects. The new efficiency standards for light bulbs were implemented to help Canadians save money and reduce greenhouse gases. Old-style incandescentbulbs lose about 90 per cent of their energy as heat and only last about 1,000 hours. CFLs use energy more efficiently and can last 10,000 hours while LEDs last up to 25,000 hours. Here are some tips from Health Canada on using CFL bulbs safely: â€˘ Always handle them carefully. â€˘ If you have skin sensitivities to UV, or an autoimmune disease that makes you sensitive to UV, buy low UV CFL bulbs and try to place the bulbs in fixtures where you can be 30 centimetres or more away from AUCTIONS
them. The presence of mercury in a CFL does not pose a risk to your health, unless the bulb is broken. If you do break a CFL: â€˘ Ensure that people and pets move to another room during the clean-up process. â€˘ Ventilate the room for at least 15 minutes prior to starting clean-up by opening windows and doors to the outdoors. This will ensure that mercury vapour levels are reduced before you start cleaning. â€˘ Do not use a vacuum to clean up the initial breakage as it will spread the mercury vapour and dust throughout the area and may contaminate the vacuum. â€˘ Wear disposable gloves, if available, to avoid direct contact with mercury and to prevent cuts. â€˘ Scoop or sweep up the broken pieces and debris with two pieces of stiff paper or cardboard. Do not use a broom. Use sticky tape, such as duct tape or masking tape, to pick up any remaining fine glass or powder. â€˘ Wipe the area with a damp paper towel, cloth or disposable wet wipe to remove any residual particles.
AUCTION 24 23 APRIL
LEIS FARMS INC. TOGO, SK
Directions: 4 Miles North of Togo, SK OR 5 Miles East of Runnymede, SK
2010 CASE 7120-462 HRS 2006 JD 9520
2008 JD 9870 STS 801 SEP. HRS
2008 JD 4895-30 Ft 605 HRS
8 HOPPER â€˘ 12 FLAT
2012 PREMIER 105-30 Ft
PARTIAL LISTING: TRACTORS 2010 NH T8020 1,100 HRS â€˘ 2002 NH TJ375 â€˘ CASE 2096 â€˘ CASE 970 COMBINE 2008 NH CR90601130 HRS HEADERS 2010 CASE 2142-35 Ft â€˘ 2008 NH 94C-36 Ft SWATHERS TWO 2012 PREMIER 105-30 Ft 196-167 HRS TRUCK TRACTOR 2004 FREIGHTLINER GRAIN TRUCKS 2001 FREIGHT FL112 T/A â€˘ 1990 FREIGHT FL112 T/A â€˘ 1997 DODGE D600 TRUCK 2007 TOYOTA TUNDRA GRAIN TRAILER 2003 CASTLETON 36 Ft CULT BOURG 9200-50 Ft â€˘ BOURG 9200-42 Ft â€˘ JD 1610-37 Ft SPRAYERS 2006 NH SF115 H/C 90 Ft â€˘ BOURG 850-84 Ft DOZER BLADES DEGELMAN 14 Ft HH BOURG 7200-60 Ft HARROWBAR FLEXICOIL 82-80 Ft ROCK PICKER LEON A3000 SCRAPER LEON 850 AUGERS BRANDT 10X60 â€˘ FARM KING 10X60 â€˘ SAKUNDIAK-8X34 GRAIN DRYER MORIDGE V-DITCHER KIRCHNER GRAIN VAC REM 2700
PARTIAL LISTING: TRACTOR JD 8970 â€˘ VERS 856 â€˘ JD 4450 â€˘ FORD VERS 276 W/FEL â€˘ JD 4020 W/FEL â€˘ JD 3020 W/FEL HEADER JD 936D SWATHER 2004 WESTWARD 9352I-30 Ft â€˘ 2004 MAC DON 29521-30 Ft HC SPRAYER 2003 AGCO 4640-80 Ft TRUCK TRACTOR 2006 MACK CHN613 â€˘ 1995 PETE 377 GRAIN TRUCK 1992 KW T600 T/A GRAIN TRAILER 2009 TIMPTE SUPER B â€˘ DOEPKER TRIDEM GRAIN CART DEGELMAN 800 AIR DRILL 2004 JD 1820-61 Ft W/ JD1910 CART 7 CULTIVATORS â€˘ SNOW BLOWER 2012 SCHULTE SDX-960-8 Ft. HH DEGELMAN 7000-70 Ft ROCK PICKER DEGELMAN 7200 GRAIN BAGGER AKRON E9250 AUGER 2011 FARM KING 13x85 â€˘ 2011 SAKUNDIAK 12x40
â€˘ Place the broken glass and cleanup materials in a glass container with a tight fitting lid to further minimize the release of mercury vapour. â€˘ Check with your local municipality for CFL disposal information. Canadians interact with chemicals in their everyday lives, often without even knowing or thinking about it. While chemical substances provide benefits, they may also have harmful effects on human health and the environment. Understanding the risks and benefits of common household items goes a long way towards keeping you and your family healthy. Canada has a world-leading Chemicals Management Plan aimed at reducing the risks that chemical substances pose to Canadians and their environment. The plan includes helping Canadian families find out more about the potential risks and safe use of chemicals at home. You can find more information by calling 1-800-O-Canada or visiting the Healthy Canadians website at http://healthycanadians.gc.ca/consumer-consommation/home-maison/ cfl-afc-eng.php.
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