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Hwy. speed zone changes on the horizon
By SHANNON DEVEAU N-R Writer
It’s been a point of frustration for many ever since the changes were implemented but residents can now look forward to things returning to normal. On Monday Yorkton city council members voted in favor of changing up the speed limits once again along Highway #9 through the city and this time rather than slow traffic down, speed limits will be upped.
“City council approved speed zone changes along Highway #9 in 2011,” said Gord Shaw from the Planning and Engineering Department Monday. “Since that time there has been considerable discussion about this change and a desire to restore the speed along this corridor.” The matter was presented to the Protective Services Committee as well as the Planning and Infrastructure Commission in 2012. Both agreed speed limits should be
increased and a recommendation was made. “Highway #9 has relatively few curves between Queen Street and Grain Millers Drive. Its geometric design allows for a higher speed through the community. It is important to note however, that between King Street to north of the entry/ egress points to the Parkland Mall and Yorkton station, there are multiple approaches to this roadway,” says Shaw. “As such, speed in this area
should be reduced due to the number of perceived hazards... Further south and north of these points, highway speed can be increased due to the limited number of perceived hazards.” In the end it was decided from Queen Street south of the city the speed limit will be increased from 50 kilometers to 70 and then 80, gradually changing to 100. From York Road north, the speed will go from 70 kilometers, to 80 and then 100. The stretch passing by Walmart will
change to 60. As the corridor develops in the future council will look at putting in street lights to maintain proper traffic flow. Just one councillor was opposed to the vote. Randy Goulden says if changes are to be made within the city on Highway #9, council should also look at making changes along Highway #10 at the same time. Several months back the speed limit was also been changed, causing complaints and review.
Local tourism soars in 2012 – community plan in the works By SHANNON DEVEAU N-R Writer It has a significant impact both on the city and the province and local president Neil Thom says without community support, it wouldn’t be where it is today. Thom, president of Tourism Yorkton, appeared before Yorkton City Council members Monday evening to share the accomplishments and successes the organization experienced during 2012 and to rally for continued support in the coming year. “Tourism Yorkton is a dynamic center whose economic impact provides employment for more than 1,200 residents and travel expenditures of close to $40 million,” he details. “Tourism continues to be an industry offering tremendous opportunity – that means that competition to attract tourism dollars is fierce with numerous communities
vying to attract visitors.” Growth of the industry requires the support of local individuals, businesses and community groups says Thom and support means everyone benefits as a whole. “That’s why Tourism Yorkton is undertaking a ‘Community Tourism’ plan. Our planning committee represents a wide cross section of key tourism stakeholders.” This committee has been tasked to review attractions, businesses, infrastructure, hospitality and promotion. “This exercise will allow to identify new partnerships and opportunities... the goal being to increase visitor spending...” At a future date Thom says Tourism Yorkton will be providing council with a written report providing full details on the plan and its progress. Growth and support are important components of the plan and Thom hopes both will continue far into the future.
Horse support requested By SHANNON DEVEAU N-R Writer As many have heard, in the spring of 2012 Saskatchewan Liquor and Gaming announced it will be cancelling all funding for horse racing events in the province effective 2013. The impact for Yorkton will be significant says Shaun Morin, General Manager for the Yorkton Exhibition Association. Continued on Page 3.
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Serene setting, breathtaking views at Sun Hills By SHANNON DEVEAU N-R Writer If you’re looking for a dream location for that new summer home or even for a relaxing spot to permanently plant your feet, Konrad and Claudia Zangl say they have the place for you! Hailing from Germany, the couple now proudly calls Saskatchewan home. The pair farms near Togo and since they have arrived they have acquired an amazing parcel of land and they’ve opted to share its beauty with others. Nestled high atop a valley with a breathtaking view, the Zangls have developed a new resort area called Sun Hills. Each lot – which average about 90’ by 200’ – boasts “a panoramic southern exposure and a front row seat to incredible sunsets” over Lake of the Prairies and the Assiniboine Valley. The Zangls, who now have three daughters, moved to their Togo area farm in 1995 and they haven’t looked back. While they love the farm life, they knew they also had something special in a parcel of land they purchased atop the valley along Lake of the Prairies and it’s now turned into a development they are offering for sale to others. “We got the idea in 2008 and we started
developing in 2009,” says Konrad. A new experience for the pair, he says they spent a lot of time researching and viewing other similar developments. “But what we saw is that there was just no place like ours... there are lots out there, but none with a view like this.” It’s been a learning curve but Konrad says everything has come together nicely – and seeing is believing. He hopes Yorkton and area residents will come out to take a look so they can see why the Zangls came up with the motto “Visit us for a day. Stay for a lifetime.” Just six miles from Togo, 20 minutes from Roblin, and about 40 minutes from Yorkton, the developed lots are close enough to amenities, but far enough away to be able to relax and enjoy all the beauty that nature has to offer. Sun Hills is surrounded by a rich biodiversity that includes plenty of wildlife, world-class fishing and even a boat launch. Asessippi Provincial Park and Shellmouth dam are a short drive away and every lot has a view that’s second to none says Konrad. Currently the Zangls are working on Phase 1 of Sun Hills he adds. Forty-eight lots have been approved. Eleven have already sold, each
NESTLED HIGH ATOP a valley with a breathtaking view, the Zangls have developed a new resort area called Sun Hills. going between $42,000 and $69,000. Lots are large and come fully serviced he says with power, telephone, water and year-round road access. “All of them are
front row and each has a spectacular view.” Phase 2 will see the development of additional lots and the couple is also working on the creation of a nine hole golf course for the residents of Sun Hills. While lots aren’t water side, Konrad says the view makes up for it and he adds, each lot has road access to the lake and a boat launch and dock. 13013OM00
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“We listen to what people want and we try to bring that... there are walking trails, in the winter they’ll be groomed for cross country skiing... we’re also about 20 minutes away from Asessippi Ski Hill.” If serene is what you’re seeking, Sun Hills is it. “We don’t want it to be a party place, we want it to be a quiet setting. There’s all kinds of wildlife... it’s pretty amazing
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Local man meets the dragons By DEVIN WILGER N-R Writer
THE HEALTH FOUNDATION recently announced the recipients for their fall awards. Pictured above are: Top row, l-r, Diane Rusnak, Chair of The Health Foundation, Award recipients Marcella Fedak, Sheri Kirkham, Lauren McVey, Jennifer Dominey, and Janice Flaman, and Les Arnelien, Area Manager for TD Canada Trust. Bottom row, l-r, Award recipients Bren Thompson, Savanah Komaike, Pat Kuspira, and Yvonne Kerr. Not pictured: Brittany Babyak, Brenda Pacholka, Kimberly Weichel and Coreen Nagy.
Health Foundation hands out awards The Health Foundation has announced its fall awards. The awards go to help further the training of applicants within the Sunrise Health Region. The fall awards saw 13 successful applicants for a total of $11,500. The Health Foundation’s Scholarship Fund awards approximately $24,000 a year. The TD Bank Financial Group contributes $12,000 annually to fund 50 per cent of the awards. Since the program started in 2002, there have been 261 awards totaling $242,600. TD Bank Financial Groups has invested $120,000 in this education program in that time. Award recipient Janice Flaman says that the opportunity to gain extra training through the program is greatly appreciated by the staff. The recipients of TD Bank Financial Group’s scholarship awards are: Yvonne Kerr, an EMS technician from Langenburg, who will be taking the Medical Laboratory Assistant program. Brittany Babyak, from Esterhazy, who is taking the 3rd year of the
RN program. Jennifer Dominey, an LPN and currently a Home Care Manager, who is taking the 3rd year of the Bachelor of Nursing program. The recipients of The Health Foundation’s scholarship awards are: Janice Flaman, an RN on 3rd South of the regional health centre, taking her post RN Bachelor of Nursing. Bren Thompson, of Human Resources, who is taking her Business Diploma. Lauren McVey, a medical radiation technologist with St. Anthony’s and St. Peter’s hospitals, who is taking the CT Imaging course. Pat Kuspira, in the Human Resources department, taking her Human Resource Management Certificate. The recipients of The Health Foundation’s awards to attend workshops and conferences are: Marcella, Fedak, an LPN with Yorkton and District Nursing Home, to attend the course “Foot Care Modalities for the Elderly Person.” Savannah Komaike, a Library
Technician with Human Resources, to attend the Canadian Health Libraries Association Conference. Brenda Pacholka, the Yorkton Regional Health Centre Employee Health Nurse, to attend the American Association of Occupational Health conference. Kimberly Weichel, a speech language pathologist with the children’s therapy program, to attend a conference on improving speech intelligibility and literacy skills in children with high unintelligibility. Coreen Nagy-Malinowski, the Health Services Manager with St. Paul Lutheran Home, to attend a Canadian Gerontological Nurses Association Conference. There was one award for Educational Resource Materials and Equipment, and it was made to Yorkton Public Health for an education program called The Gift of Motherhood: Early Childbirth Education. This program will allow the classes to be taught online to better accommodate people’s schedule and reduce travel. Sheri Kirkham accepted the award on behalf of Public Health.
Jason Farrell is a Hoser, and he has the clothes to prove it. The Yorkton man is launching the Hoser brand of apparel, and his pitch of the idea to Dragon’s Den will soon be featured online. Farrell says that the inspiration for the brand came from noticing that nobody had actually trademarked the word Hoser. Farrell decided that the best course of action was to buy the trademark, and build a brand out of the result. “My idea was to turn this into the next big brand which was truly a Canadian identity. If you go to a store and you want to buy something which distinguishes yourself as a Canadian, the only thing you really have to buy is something with a maple leaf on it, the only real brand we have is the Roots brand,” he says. Hoser will be launching with some major exposure this week, with Farrell’s pitch being part of the online portion of Dragon’s Den on January 18. It’s one of twenty pitches each season that make it online. While the details are under wraps until the pitch actually airs, Farrell says that the experience of pitching was surreal. “I’ve done a fair bit of public speaking in my time, so I really wasn’t that worked up about this until I was standing back stage and I hear the words “Mr. Farrell, you’re on in 10, 9, 8...” It was then that it hit me like a lightning bolt. I started walking down the stairs, and I turned the corner and the lights hit you in the face and the five of them are sitting in their chairs hunched over and waiting for you to give them your pitch. It is the most intimidated I’ve ever been in any public speaking scenario.” The goal of his pitch, Farrell says, was to get the brand launched on a national scale, and he says he’s confident that it will get there. While there are many unknowns, he says that he’s had many indications that the Hoser brand could take off. “The trademark lawyer in Toronto, he said that he couldn’t believe that nobody owns the intellectual property to this word, that this was a great idea. If he’s any bar that we can measure potential success, it should be pretty exciting.” The product will launch on Friday, and will be sold through www.hoseshop.ca. The pitch will be available on January 18 by 3:00 p.m. EST at cbc. ca/dragonsden.
New docs make their way to the area The Sunrise Health Region has announced the arrival of four new physicians to the region. These physicians have completed their licensure through the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Saskatchewan and will begin their practices throughout the month of January. The Canora Medical Clinic welcomes three physicians:
• Dr. Manjeet Kaur Hari Singh – General Practitioner • Dr. Anthony Davies – General Practitioner • Dr. Augustine Egbagbe – General Practitioner The Kamsack Medical Clinic welcomes one physician: • Dr. Emmanuel Ogali – General Practitioner “We are thrilled with the arrival of these physicians and the ability to
City lends race support Con’t from Page 1.
As such, Morin a letter to Yorkton City Council seeking support from the city. “As you are aware, the Yorkton Exhibition Association (YEA) has been the home of Harness Racing in Saskatchewan for the past five years... This will be a huge loss to both the YEA and our community. In the past, Friday night racing has become a community event and good family entertainment as well as a fundraiser for the YEA. In 2008 the YEA constructed a parimutuel building. We have invested countless dollars and volunteer hours into the industry and now find ourselves without the opportunity to recoup the investment.” Mornin says he will be meeting with the SGLA, the Ministry of Agriculture and Sport, Heritage Culture this Friday in an attempt to save racing in the city as well as in the province. “On behalf of the Board of Directors of the YEA I am requesting a letter of support for horse racing to continue in Yorkton from the City of Yorkton.” On Monday council approved the letter and residents can await the outcome and further details as they develop.
have the Canora Hospital emergency and inpatient services reinstated once again for residents in the area effective Friday, January 11,” says Suann Laurent, President and CEO. “We are now very close to our optimum physician compliment in our region and I would like to give a pat on the back to each and every member of our Sunrise team and our partners including the Mayor and council members in the Town of Canora and the Kamsack Medical
Recruitment Committee who contributed to the recruitment of our new physicians.” The health region continues to recruit physicians for the entire region by working with the Physician Recruitment Agency of Saskatchewan (saskdocs), establishing relationships with medical students and residents, advertising locally, nationally and internationally, attending career fairs and utilizing external recruitment agencies.
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So long 2012 – HELLO 2013! As 2012 fades into memory, Saskatchewan moves forward into a healthy, bright future. According to statistics, the province closed out 2012 with a monthly record high of 539,800 employed people in December. This marks the 13th consecutive month where records have been set. “2012 was a very successful year for our province, with strong job growth of 2.1 per cent and jobs up by 11,200 from the previous year,” Economy Minister Bill Boyd comments. “We are working diligently to encourage even more people to choose Saskatchewan as their place to live, work, do business, and raise a family, and are looking forward to an equally successful 2013.” Saskatchewan’s seasonally adjusted unemployment rate of 4.6 per cent was the second lowest in the country. Nationally, the unemployment rate was 7.1 per cent. Other year-over-year highlights include: • Saskatchewan’s growth rate of 3.1 per cent was the third highest among the provinces; • Full-time employment increased by 11,400 for 20 months of record monthly highs and part-time jobs increased by 5,000; • Off-reserve Aboriginal employment was up by 500 (1.3 per cent) in 2012. “Saskatchewan is in an enviable position – we are seeing growth all around us,” Boyd adds. “The Saskatchewan Plan for Growth has laid out a very clear direction for the province and that will mean more growth, more investment, and more people working and living here.” The year 2013 has arrived and we in Saskatchewan are ready!
Sick or not, put him away – forever The way I see it... I don’t much care if they prove he WAS (or is) mentally ill. I also don’t care about his credentials, his potential or his background, this individual should lose his right to walk among the general population – FOREVER, end of story. More details are coming forward as James Holmes’s (the suspected gunman in last year’s mass shooting at a Colorado theatre) trial begins to unfold. He was shy. He was quiet. His mother was a nurse, his father a scientist. He was enrolled in a neuroscience doctoral program at University of Colorado. Apparently he was quite brilliant. He was likeable, played computer games and he graduated at the top of his class. It’s a nice story but it has a very bad ending – tragic in fact. And the bottom line is, Holmes is not someone we want walking the streets freely, EVER. Twelve innocent people were murdered the day he burst into a movie theatre and open fired on patrons. Fifty-eight more were wounded. It was one of the worst mass shootings in US history and it was a happening that Holmes reportedly spent months preparing for. Reports say he spent $26,000 in federal grants that he received for graduate school building an arsenal of weapons and gear he would
eventually make use of on that fateful day. He also reportedly sent a notebook detailing his plans prior to the killings to a University of Colorado psychiatrist. Sadly it went unopened until it was too late. say Holmes, who Shannon Deveau is Police now 25, had stockpiled weapons, ammunition and even explosives. By all accounts, he was a man with a plan and he followed through. Yet in the aftermath (as could be expected), it’s being said Holmes was mentally ill. He didn’t act the way a “well” person would. Well of course he didn’t and obviously he has something wrong “up there,” but should that serve as an excuse to see him get a slap on the wrist? I for one sure hope not. I bet I can speak for his victims and those left to mourn the loss of their loved ones as well when I say this. Defense lawyers can call all the witnesses they want. They can wax eloquently about Holmes’s background and do their best to draw sympathy from the judge but in the end we’re talking about a cold blooded murderer, a man who premeditatedly took the lives of 12 people. It’s time to think about the lives of the innocent and their rights. As for Holmes? Who cares?
Giving people fake cars so they buy real ones Reaching hearts and minds is a very difficult thing for advertisers. Methods of delivery are always changing, audiences have different ideas about what’s important or what is actually interesting about different products, and in general inspiring brand loyalty is going to be a challenge for anyone trying to move product. I’m right in the middle of the demographic that most advertisers are aiming for, and I’m definitely not prone to being especially loyal with my dollars. So how does a company impress me? While I won’t say that my next car will come from them, Chevrolet has managed to find a way to impress me with their marketing. I should note that this is all for a car that definitely won’t be in my driveway next time I decide to drop all my money on a new model. In fact, it’s the way they’ve handled the launch of the Corvette that has me impressed. I won’t be driving that model in reality, it is a bit beyond my budget sadly, but there’s a reason I threw the word reality in there. It’s in the virtual space where the company is trying new things and being very smart about how it handles a new sports car. The company has been teasing the launch of the new model for a long time, it’s always an event when a new Corvette arrives in dealerships, and the company has
Things I do with words... Column Devin Wilger had a months-long buildup to the big launch of the new car. It was actually revealed this week, though it’s been in my living room for about a month already. That’s what I mean by their clever launch method. Before they car was actually unveiled, they released a downloadable version for the game Gran Turismo 5, available for free for anyone who wanted it. This model was the prototype, and as such was covered in virtual lumpy plastic so you couldn’t quite tell what it looked like. So, you could drive the new Corvette, albeit in a game, and that was a good way to get people interested in the new product and start speculating about what the one in showrooms would be.
So, now that the car is finally released, they’re following through and giving the software version of the final model to anyone with the game, for free, with no virtual plastic. Since selling fake cars for a few dollars a pop is a popular pastime among game developers, just giving away a free version of a highly anticipated model is a great way to endear yourself to fans, and get people to have a positive association with the brand. They’re giving people more content for their game at no extra charge. It’s an advertisement, as much for the brand as for the model itself. While it’s certain that some people will be looking to the game to see a detailed model of a car they want to buy one day, most of this market is people like me, who can’t afford the Corvette. But we can afford other Chevrolet products, and this is the kind of thing that gives people an overall positive impression of the brand and what they sell. It’s also something that all automobile manufacturers need to take notice of, and start to replicate for their own big, important launches. If you can get people to have a positive impression of your brand and the way it operates, it’s going to be much easier to convince people to drop a great deal of money on one of your products. I don’t know if my next car will be a Chevrolet, but I think more highly of them.
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To the Editor: Have you ever seen so much jumping onto the band-wagon as with the Idle-No-More movement? Out from the shadows are jumping political parasites and “wannabees” trying to co-opt and horn in on the Idle-No-More movement in order to serve themselves. AFN Chief Atleo and his predecessors along with corrupt Chiefs, other Indian leaders and “wanna bes” across Canada, also widely known as the “Indian Aristocracy,” have for decades created the delusion that they are actually accomplishing something for Indian People by running all over the country to have so-called “meetings” and “conferences” and whatever other fancy titles they can dream up. They have lived it up on lavish salaries, per diems and expense accounts, many making and spending more than the Canadian Prime Minister, while their grass roots Indian brothers and sisters starved. The overall lot of grassroots Indian People has gone backwards while their leaders have grown fat and comfortable. Now these corrupt Indian parasite chiefs, leaders and wanna-bes are trying to take over the Idle-NoMore movement. As usual, they’re
looking for anything that they can use in order to further themselves. Now they’re trying to get in front and pretend that they’ve been leading all along so they can claim the credit for what Chief Spence and Idle-No-More organizers have created. What absolute hypocrites! What disgusting parasites! What unabashed dishonesty!
“Prime Minister Harper knows that Indian leaders have virtually no credibility or sympathy in the eyes and minds of the overall Canadian Citizenry.” Chief Spence and Idle-No-More is doing very well without them. They have credibility and public sympathy, mainly because they are grass roots and are not associated with corrupt political parasite chiefs, “wannabees” and other Indian leaders, who if they get involved they will taint and possibly ruin what Spence and her nation-
wide supporters – Indian and nonIndian alike – have accomplished so far. I’m all for Chief Spence and Idle-No-More as long as the movement is kept pure, which first and foremost means that the corrupt Indian political parasites and “wannabees” are kept out. Prime Minister Harper knows that Indian leaders have virtually no credibility or sympathy in the eyes and minds of the overall Canadian Citizenry. As a result of that, he knows that if and when he deals with Indian leaders, he can do anything he wants to do, and Canadians will accept that, because they think that after all he’s dealing with corrupt, parasitic and wanna-be Indian leaders who don’t really give a darned about their starving grass roots brothers and sisters. On the other hand, if he meets with Chief Spence and Idle-NoMore grassroots Indian people, Harper will be under extreme pressure to deal with them honestly and fairly, because they do have credibility and sympathy in the eyes and minds of Canadian Citizens. Dennis Hall, Saskatoon, SK.
Ukraine still struggling for democracy: help To the Editor: This week, many Ukrainian Canadians are celebrating Orthodox Christmas, and then Malanka – New Year’s! Greetings and best wishes to all those of the Orthodox faith who practice their sacred traditions according to the Julian calendar. Ukrainian settlement in Canada began 122 years ago. Some 1.3-million Canadians can trace their family heritage to Ukraine, including 13 per cent of Saskatchewan’s population. But even as they celebrate this joyous season, many will be thinking about the difficult struggle for true democracy which continues in Ukraine unabated.
The Parliamentary elections held this past fall were again tainted by serious irregularities. Corruption is a big problem. The main leaders of the democratic opposition are in jail. Academic and religious freedoms are under pressure. Freedom of the press is compromised. Human rights and the rule of law are in jeopardy. Eugenia Tymoshenko, the daughter of jailed former-premier Yulia Tymoshenko, is calling for international sanctions against the current regime of President Viktor Yanukovych. So what can/should Canada do? Our response needs to be carefully tuned and targeted to have the most useful effect, including: • Relentless lobby-
ing for the release of political prisoners and competent independent medical care for them in the meantime; • Adjustments in Canada’s foreign aid to focus on democratic development and the successful functioning of civil society; • Encouragement for Canadian broadcasters and business-people to invest in independent media outlets and honest news coverage in Ukraine; • Insistence that any Trade Agreements between Canada and Ukraine must include enforceable provisions about the rule of law and respect for human rights; • Canadian leadership through the G-8, G-20, IMF and UN to combat money laundering and obstruct the world trav-
els and illicit business operations of oligarchs and corrupt officials. This latter point may be among the most important. The objective would be to prevent those who undermine democracy, violate human rights and flout the rule of law from jet-setting around the globe with impunity, enjoying the fruits of their misbehaviour. Canada could not accomplish such a result all on our own, but we could be an advocate and catalyst to bring the US, the EU and other nations into an effective partnership to this end. We need to have an impact before the next presidential elections in 2015. Ralph Goodale, MP, Wascana, SK.
Stop the cuts on international development To the Editor: I hope Canada will cancel its cuts on international development during the new year. After freezing foreign aid, the Conservatives announced last year they would be cutting the budget of the Canadian International Development Agency’s (CIDA) by $319 million over three years. As we know, this would condemn a countless number of men, women and children to suffering, disease and death. It will also slow down all the efforts we have made up until now in vaccination, access to education and
better living for the poorest of the world. For perspective, $319 million over three years is not such a big amount when compared to the $11.5 billion gift the conservative government is giving the rich companies in tax benefit for 2013-2014 – as indicated by the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternative in its 2012 Alternative Federal Budget. It is not much either when compared to Canada’s $21.1 billion military budget. (I use the term “foreign aid” to be well understood but, in my mind, it’s not aid. It’s rather giv-
ing back to the poorest of the world a tiny part of what they were stripped of by rich countries over the years, through intimidation, military presence, destabilization, destruction of their infrastructures and freeze and seizure of their assets.) I am not rich, I did not contribute to Mr. Harper’s party and I am not either a creationist. Still, I do hope Mr. Harper won’t forget me and the poorest of the world in 2013 and will cancel its cuts on international development. Bruno Marquis, Gatineau QC.
There is one question that begs to be answered
To the Editor:
As reported in the Regina Leader Post of Dec. 20/2012, the Wall government plans to rob some Saskatchewan Crown Corporations to the tune of 10
million dollars, then turn that money over to a private company that is trying to operate an ambulance service with helicopters. The article further explains two Sask. Power employees received a
non fatal electrical flash that warranted a call for the air ambulance. But, due to weather conditions, the helicopter was unable to transport the employees for treatment. A fair question for
Sask. Power – By what method were the injured employees transported for medical treatment? Henry Neufeld Waldeck, SK.
To the Editor: The federal government is in the process of washing their hands of PFRA community pastures. The ideals that structured community pastures for ranchers, conservationists and the public are being ignored because of political ideology rather than the needs of the cattle INDUSTRY. I can understand the federal governments view as it is evident they have no intent of sustaining the current family farm operation in western Canada. However it is time for the Saskatchewan Party government to stand on their own two feet and stick up for the cattle, ranching and grazing INDUSTRY. Agriculture is and will remain the basic INDUSTRY in Saskatchewan as the majority of the population in Saskatchewan is directly or indirectly affected by the sustainability of this INDUSTRY Agriculture – after all we all eat. Let us not dismantle the structure of the PFRA community pasture system for the sake of ideology. The majority (we must not forget we live in a Democracy) of patrons, conservationists and those affected by these fragile lands realize the benefits, production and profitability of the present structure, now and into future generations. This is an opportunity for this provincial government to step up and keep the lands under one umbrella, it is not necessary to reinvent the wheel. Forming new individual identities for each pasture will only cost patrons more money which they cannot afford and is needless, for less benefits and a significant loss to environmentalists, hunters and wild life and the Agriculture INDUSTRY. The domain of the PFRA system in many instances was brought into the fold because of the fragile structure of the land. These lands have been successfully brought into production and maintained viable by the proficient stewardship of trained and accomplished managers – stewards of the land and extremely important citizens contributing financially, socially and structurally to our communities. The existing system has given many young producers an opportunity to grow their livestock operations in a positive direction, allowing them a valuable start into the Agriculture INDUSTRY. Patrons cannot afford to purchase lands and assets which they have already contributed to and in most cases already paid for with pasture grazing fees. It is time for patrons to come together and let our provincial government grasp the benefits of an existing system for the sustainability of our Agriculture cattle INDUSTRY. Bryce Burnett, Swift Current, SK.
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Innovation, competitiveness and market development key April 1, 2013 marks the day that the new agriculture policy framework, Growing Forward 2 comes into effect for Canada’s farming sector. The new agreement was signed by the provincial agriculture ministers and federal Minister of Agriculture Gerry Ritz this past September and will serve as the base for agriculture programs for the next five years. Instead of a “one size fits all” mentality, the new framework will allow different regions and provinces the flexibility to adapt programs to best suit their farmers. In addition, three new programs have been announced under Growing Forward 2 and will also come into effect on April 1. The new programs will focus on strategic initiatives in innovation, competitiveness and market development to further strengthen the agriculture sector’s capacity to grow and prosper. • The AgriInnovation Program will focus on investments to expand the sector’s capacity to develop and commercialize new products and technologies. • The AgriMarketing Program will help industry
Parliamentary Report Op-Ed Column by Garry Breitkreuz improve its capacity to adopt assurance systems, such as food safety and traceability, to meet consumer and market demands. It will also support industry in maintaining and seizing new markets for their products through branding and promotional activities. • The AgriCompetitiveness Program will target investments to help strengthen the agriculture and agri-food industry’s capacity to adapt and be profitable in domestic and global markets.
Growing Forward 2 represents a $3 billion investment over five years in strategic initiatives for innovation, competitiveness and market development. In addition, the federal and provincial governments will continue to offer a full and comprehensive suite of Business Risk Management (BRM) programs to help farmers weather severe market volatility and disasters. Modifications made to AgriStability and AgriInvest in Growing Forward 2 will ensure that Canadian producers continue to have access to a strong and effective suite of BRM programs. AgriInsurance (crop insurance), AgriRecovery, and the Advanced Payment Program will continue to help farmers manage production risks and provide cash flow assistance. Our government remains committed to keeping the Canadian economy on the right track, and that includes an agriculture industry that sees growth, creates jobs and has long-term prosperity. For more information on Growing Forward 2, please visit: http://www.agr.gc.ca/GrowingForward
College set to celebrate 40 years The year 2013 is a milestone year for Parkland College as it marks the 40th anniversary of the its opening. Over the years, Parkland College has grown from modest roots as a pilot project to become a diverse institution serving the education and training needs of adult learners and industry partners in East Central Saskatchewan. “Parkland College has changed and grown and moved in different directions since its inception,” says President Dr. Fay Myers. “Currently we work a great deal with business and industry. With the growth of Saskatchewan and changing demographics, business and industry are requiring a great deal of skilled workers. That’s our focus right now and into the future.” Parkland College’s origins stretch back to 1972 when the Saskatchewan
government formed an Advisory Committee on Community Colleges. The committee produced a report which laid out seven principles for the college system, chief among them the colleges’ responsibility to promote adult learning and to develop programs in response to community concerns. On May 11, 1973, Parkland College’s administration office in Melville was established as a pilot program. It was the first to officially open with a ribbon cutting and blessing a month later by then Premier Allan Blakeney. The Saskatchewan Community College Concept experiment worked so well that the Department of Continuing Education developed 15 colleges throughout the province within the first two years. Today there are seven regional colleges across Saskatchewan. The province’s region-
al college model is a unique decentralized operation, flexible in staffing and resources and geared to quickly meet the educational demands of a community. Parkland College’s programming is constantly adapting to reflect the needs and character of the area. Myers notes that numerous observances are being planned for 2013, including a special event in June to precisely mark the college’s official opening. A commemorative video featuring some of the college’s early developers has been produced to serve as an introduction to the 40th anniversary festivities. It can be viewed on Parkland College’s YouTube page at youtube.comCollegeof Choice. “We invite the community and the region to help us celebrate this very important occasion,” Myers concludes.
CONTEST WINNERS – Sacred Heart High School recently announced the winners of the Legion’s annual Essay/Poem contest. At the zone level are: Senior Poem – 1st place – Caleb Sutter; 2nd place – Mackenzie Sully. Senior Essay – 1st place – Jaya Elizabeth Markham; 2nd place – Brooke MacKay; 3rd place – Amber Bratkoski. Students awarded first place will have their writing move to the District level for consideration. Pictured (l-r) back row are: Jaya Elizabeth Markham, Mr Peter Wyatt and Caleb Sutter. Front row (l-r) are: Brooke MacKay, Amber Bratkoski, and Mackenzie Sully.
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Best honey-garlic hot wings for Superbowl My food column normally divulges into the different culinary skills and ingredients to help provide knowledge to inspire people to cook, rather than supplying recipes. This is done because I feel that if someone wants a new recipe based on a certain ingredient, the answer lies just a click away on the Internet, or from the thousands of pages of cookbooks available at your local library. This being said however, I have been asked many times about preparing the perfect hot wings, and thus I am giving in to share with you my personal favourite. Superbowl Sunday is just around the corner, and although I myself am not a big sports fan, one cannot help but being inundated by the media that this annual game day is fast approaching. Chicken
wings are an extremely popular appetizer, and the price of ones that are already “flavoured and cooked” compared to raw ones is drastic. Half the fun is creating something from scratch and nothing is more satisfying than hearing someone say, “Wow, have you tried these wings? They’re incredible!” The other half of the fun is in all the money you will save. The only ingredient that may seem foreign to you is “sambal oelek”. It is a crushed chili product that comes in a liquid/paste form that is basically a re-hydrated form of the dried crushed chilies you have on your spice rack. It can usually be found in any major grocery store down the Asian food aisle or imported food aisle. I hope these wings will enhance your game watching enjoyment
Chef Dez on Cooking by Gordon Desormeaux www.chefdez.com along with your other snacks and appetizers. I will, at least, be tuning in to watch the halftime show. Enjoy… Honey Garlic Hot Wings Recipe (created by Chef Dez/ Gordon Desormeaux www.chefdez.com) “The best of both worlds – Honey Garlic Wings and Hot Wings all in one.” Make sure you serve these with napkins!” 1 cup liquid honey 1 head of garlic (8 to 10
cloves), crushed 3 to 4 tbsp sambal oelek 1 tbsp chili powder 1 tsp cinnamon Zest from two limes, chopped fine Juice from two limes Dash of ground cloves Dash of ground nutmeg Salt & pepper 2 kg chicken wings 1 to 2 tbsp cornstarch 1. Mix all of the ingredients together (except for the wings and the cornstarch) in a bowl. Put the raw chicken wings in a large freezer bag and pour this mix-
ture onto the wings. Seal the bag and distribute this marinade around the wings thoroughly. Let sit in the refrigerator for at least two to four hours. 2. Preheat the oven to 400 degrees. 3. Lay the wings in a single layer on a large baking sheet. Pour the remaining marinade into a pot. 4. Bake the wings for approximately 25 to 30 minutes until cooked through. While the wings are baking, bring the marinade to a full boil over medium-high heat and let boil for approximately one minute, stirring constantly. 5. After the wings have baked, drain the excess liquid from the baking sheet into the marinade in the pot, while keeping the wings on the baking sheet. 6. Mix the cornstarch with a few tablespoons of water until complete-
ly dissolved. Stir this cornstarch mixture into the hot marinade. Bring this back to a boil, stirring constantly, and it should transform into a thick sauce almost resembling a paste. 7. Distribute this thickened sauce onto the wings evenly. Return the wings to the oven and broil until the sauce has browned slightly, and caramelized onto the wings. Remove from the oven and let cool slightly before serving. Send your food/cooking questions to dez@ chefdez.com or P.O. Box 2674, Abbotsford, BC V2T 6R4 Chef Dez is a Food Columnist, Culinary Instructor & Cookbook Author. Visit him at www.chefdez.com The next “Chef Dez On Cooking” column will appear February 1/13.
The farmer is trained, moves on and settles in Submitted by Kaare Askildt, former Preeceville area farmer in training. This is the 25th of a series on getting settled in Hazel Dell. Just to show how carefully she drives, my wife left a carton with a dozen eggs on top of the trunk lid on her car, and drove the 25 km from Hazel Dell to Preeceville. The carton did not move, not even an inch! Top that! Nels has started on the barn addition, and he started yesterday by building the end wall on the ground, posts and all. He arrived early this morning to excavate three holes for the posts. I had to do some work in the office, but I kept looking out there to monitor his progress, as I’m sure he would want my expert help at one time or another. I know how to use a tape measure now, and can even make a mark on the lumber where it needs to be cut! Next thing I know Nels had disappeared, I couldn’t see him from the window, so I ventured outside to take a look. There he was laying on his belly with his arm down a dirt hole! I asked him if he had lost something and he muttered something about a rock, but I think he was just measuring the depth of the hole, because at the end all the holes had the same depth, the length of his arm with his fingers extended! I guess the lesson learned is not to get into a hole deeper that your outstretched arm! I got to be useful as well, when the time came Nels secured the back wall to my tractor bucket and I had to raise it up and “walk” the tractor forward. However, I could only lift the wall a little bit off the ground, but as the ground is not level, the posts kept getting stuck, so Nels had to manhandle each side post. We got them sunk into their holes and life is good! Nels sure knows what he’s doing; he framed up the rest of the addition, squared off all the corners and made sure everything was level, not my kind of eyeball/thumb level, but with the bubble dead on! If it was hard work for Nels, it was more so for me. I’m not used to hefting 16’ 2x6 boards around! And Nels being a person that would not cause anybody any hardship gently suggested to me how to grab on to that
HOLIDAY CELEBRATION – Santa, Mrs. Claus and players of the Yorkton Terriers smile for the camera with Brooke Perpeluk from St. Paul’s school. Once again the festive season was celebrated with children from both the Good Spirit and Christ the Teacher school divisions. Each year the Yorkton SaskTel Pioneers invite up to 20 children from the elementary schools to join them for a Christmas Party. The children were greeted by Mrs. Claus then spent the morning coloring and writing their Christmas Wish List with the Yorkton Terriers team. Santa arrived with bells on and bearing gifts for each child. Afterwards the students and Terriers shared a Christmas lunch together. The SaskTel Pioneers would like to thank the schools for allowing their students to leave class and to the Terriers coaching staff and team for joining the party and being the highlight of the day for the kids. Wishing everyone a fun, safe, happy 2013!
wretched piece of long lumber swing it around and hand it to him. I did more swinging than I ever have at a square dance! Then came the hoisting and pushing of that piece of lumber that was longer than a bad year! Believe me the pushing was much harder than pushing a pencil, never mind the hoisting! Doing construction outside at this time of the year, reminded me about a story from the old country. An elderly lady had just moved into her new home, and had hired some workers to clean up the yard and re-sod the lawn. It had rained the night before so there was a lot of mud in the yard. The old woman set about to clean the floors inside her new abode, and she had just finished when one of the workers came to the door and asked to use the bathroom. She looked at his muddy booths and at her clean floor and said: “Just a minute, I’ll lay down some newspaper.” “No need Madam,” said the worker, “I’m fully potty trained!” The Carpenter Did It! A worker was murdered at a construction site. The detectives investigating the crime
had to question a number of the other workers. Based on past brushes with the law, some were considered prime suspects. The electrician had been suspected of wiretapping once, but had never been charged. The carpenter who thought of himself as a stud, had tried to frame another man at one time. The window installer looked at the detectives with glazed eyes and went to great panes to conceal his shady past. The painter was in his primer and did have a brush with the law many years ago. The Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning contractor was known to pack heat. He had been arrested once, but duct the charges and cooled his heels. The mason was solid as cement, but he was also a suspect because he got stoned regularly. The cabinet maker is an accomplished counter fitter. The autopsy of the victim led the detectives to arrest the carpenter, who subsequently confessed. The evidence against him was overwhelming, because the autopsy confirmed that the worker when he died; was hammered! 13013TW00
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New Horizons Card Social 78 First Avenue North Bingo, pool, shuffle board & darts. Takes place the third Sunday of every month.. A bingo card game begins at 2 p.m. Admission is $3 and it includes lunch. All are welcome!
The Real Film Club – with Elwyn Vermette Yorkton Public Library Tuesday, Jan. 29 - 7 p.m. Escape from Iran The REAL story No charge Everyone welcome A joint project of the Yorkton Film Festival And the Yorkton Public Library.
Fun with Art Workshops • Acrylic Painting for Beginners 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sat., Feb. 23 Watercolors Workshop (all experience levels) 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sat., March 2 Learn some new approaches to art, relax, and have fun. Art supplies & lunch is included. Individual and group instruction! Choice of one or both workshops, cost $20 each, limit of eight, so phone early. To register or for information call Rose @ 338-3262 or Miriam @ 338 2457 Where: 525-6th ST. NE, Wadena. Sponsored by Saskatchewan Lotteries.
Preschool Storytime Ages 3 – 5 Years 10:30 – 11:15 a.m. Mondays or Thursdays Jan. 28 – Mar. 21 Call 783-3523 to register @ Yorkton Public Library Family Literacy Day Yorkton Public Library Friday January 25 4:00 – 5:30 p.m. Join us for guest readers, songs and games. Refreshments will be served. Door prize draws. The Canadian Federation of University Women/ Yorkton Club Monthly Meeting @ Melrose Place on January 26, 11 a.m. Guest speaker will be Mr. D.Keller, Director of EMS/Medical Services, Sunrise Health Region. Anyone interested in attending may do so by calling Elsie @ 783-4862 or Bilkies @782-5837 to reserve a seat.
Alphabet Soup in Motion Thursdays, until March 7, 2013, 6:00 - 8:00 p.m. at the Dr. Brass Community School Multi-purpose Room/Library. Program is free. No program Feb. 14. A weekly, parent and pre-school program that focuses on active play through the love of reading, rhyme and song with an emphasis on family eating. Pre-registration is required. Call Melody Wood at 783-0700 or email at email@example.com.
Dart League Attention dart players, steel-tip action is underway for the 2012-13 season at Gunner’s Lounge at Royal Canadian Legion. This is a fun league for all ages, so beginners are encouraged to come out. For more information call 782-1783. Tot Spot Boys & Girls Club Drop-In Centre @ SIGN on Broadway Mon., Tues., Thurs., & Fri., 9 a.m. to noon. Tues., Wed., Thurs., 2-4 p.m. Free to participate!
Mother Goose on the Loose Fridays until April 12, 10:30 to 11:00 a.m. No program March 29. at the Yorkton Public Library meeting room A weekly parent and toddler (0 - 2 yrs) program focusing on nursery rhymes, music, songs and books. All are welcome. Preregister by calling the Yorkton Public Library at 783-3523 during library hours.
Gospel Services Sunday’s 3:30 p.m. @ Rokeby Hall Come see how the church of the New Testament age is still alive today! Ministers: Morris Grovum & Garth Cook Call (306)715-5112 or (306)715-0564 for info.
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Community New Horizon Friday Night Dances 78 - 1st Ave. North Yorkton • Jan. 18, music by Andrew Mariniuk & Boys • Jan. 25, music by Country Sunshine Dances start at 8 p.m., doors open at 7 p.m. Admission $7, lunch included. All are welcome! Call Peter at 782-1846.
Community Adult Band Rehearsals Tuesdays 7 p.m. at Yorkton Regional High School Band Room. Two bands - Community Concert Band and Yorkton’s ALL THAT JAZZ Big Band New members welcome! For more information, contact Larry Pearen, Director 786-2582 (day time) 782-4182 (evenings).
“Wolak and Donnelly” Presented by the Yorkton Arts Council as the next “Stars for Saskatchewan” concert - Tues. Feb. 19 at 8 p.m. @ the Anne Portnuff Theatre, Yorkton Regional High School. What an amazing duo! Chris Donnelly represents a new generation of jazz pianists, dedicated to creating programs that are engaging, entertaining, and educating! Clarinetist Kornel Wolak has been highly praised for his glorious tone, precise technical control, and exciting musical imagination! Tickets are available at the Yorkton Arts Council, Welcome Home Floral and Gift Shop, or at the door.
Grief Share The Grief Share support group is sponsored by people who understand what you are experiencing and want to offer you comfort and encouragement during this difficult time. Every Tuesday at St. Peter’s Hospital Melville In the McLeod Conference Room at 10:00 a.m. ALL ARE WELCOME! Register with either: Margaret Yost 728-4744 Ralph E. Hale 728-9205.
Calling all Bridge Players! The Yorkton Duplicate Bridge Club has started up. The club meets weekly on Thursdays at 1:00 p.m. at the Royal Canadian Legion. Call 783-4220 for info.
Yorkton Creators 4-H Club Welcoming new members ages 6-21. Projects include cooking, sewing, woodworking and cloverbud. For more info. call Vi at 782-4721.
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Yorkton Prostate Group Meeting • meets every 3rd Thurs. of the month in the meeting room at the hospital • promotes early detection and speedy recovery Call 782-5748 for info.
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D O N AT I O N PRESENTED â€“ Darcy Blazieko with Acklands Grainger (right) presents a cheque for $500 to Big Brothers Big Sisters of Yorkton and Area. The donation will help with supporting, mentoring in the community and making a difference in childâ€™s life. Accepting the cheque on behalf of BBBS is Abhinav Bhargav Director of Special Events.
Numbers recently released by Statistics Canada show the provinceâ€™s merchandise exports were up 7.7 per cent for the first eleven months of 2012, compared to the same period in 2011. This landed Saskatchewan in second place among the provinces and sets a new year-to-date record. â€œStrong export numbers are an indicator of our provinceâ€™s economic strength,â€? Minister responsible for Trade Tim McMillan says. â€œNovemberâ€™s statistics are encouraging and show that our province is
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Sask. exports set record on track to have a record year in terms of export gains.â€? Commodities that saw the most significant increases were electronic and electrical equipment and parts, up 42.5 per cent, forest products, up 39.0 per cent, and metal and nonmetallic products, up 36.1 per cent for the first eleven months of 2012. â€œSaskatchewan products are showing up in every corner of the world,â€? McMillan adds. â€œThis is a testament to the quality of the goods being produced in this province and the strength of our exporters.â€?
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Xtreme Cage Wars Xtreme Cage Wars Fighting Championship will be coming to the Agripavilion January 19. Three title fights will be on the card as the promotion from Saskatoon comes to Yorkton for a night of Mixed Martial Arts Action. Come see the best cage fighters Saskatchewan has to offer. Doors open at 6:00 p.m. with the first bout scheduled for 7:00 p.m.
Terriers Hockey The Yorkton Terriers will be back in action hosting the La Ronge Ice Wolves January 17 and the Weyburn Red Wings January 22 at the FAA. The Terriers will also be playing host to the Melfort Mustangs and Kindersley Klippers January 25/26. Game times are at 7:30. Come out and support your Yorkton Terriers as they make their push towards the 2013 SJHL Playoffs.
YORKTON HARVEST surround goaltender Carson Bogan after their come from behind 6-4 win over the Notre Dame Argos. The Harvest have won seven of their last ten games to improve their playoff odds in the final stretch of the SMAAAHL season.
Harvest win three straight to keep up standings climb By CHASE RUTTIG N-R Writer It has truly been a tale of two seasons for the Yorkton Harvest. After opening the season’s first ten games with just two wins, the Harvest have rode a strong December and early January to finally reach the .500 mark and are one of the hottest teams in the SMAAAHL with a 7-2-1 record in their last ten games. However, going into last week, the Harvest were still looking at a three game stretch that could have seen them fall all the way back out of playoff position with the eighth place Notre Dame Argos, the ninth place Saskatoon Blazers, and the fourth place Saskatoon Contacts making up an all important
three game swing. With the Argos and Blazers having multiple games at hand over the Harvest and just 15 games left in the regular season, these meetings were elevated to a near must win status for the Harvest. First up was a home date with the Argos that seemed like it was off to a great start as a highlight reel dangle and assist from Lynnden Pastachak to Korwin Shewchuk gave the Harvest a 1-0 lead just 1:30 into the first period. The momentum gained from that highlight was quickly vanished as the Hounds ran goalie Spencer Bombior off the ice with four unanswered goals as the Harvest struggled to find their legs in the opening period, Carson Bogdan was brought in to replace Bombior and a Pastachak
goal at the tail end of the first sent things into the intermission with a manageable 4-2 deficit for the Harvest. Levi Morin began the Harvest comeback after a Argos penalty for cross checking with a perfectly placed wrist shot before Pastachak and Corwin Stevely added second period goals of their own to make it a 5-4 Harvest lead going into the third period in what was a dominating second period performance after being so flat in the first period session. The third period was much tighter, with the Hounds pressing on for the tying goal in what was still a 5-4 contest at the FAA. Cont. on Page 15
Terriers experience road woes in northern swing By CHASE RUTTIG N-R Writer In what was a very busy week in the SJHL with the WHL and SJHL Trade Deadline creating rumors and player movement around the league, the Terriers embarked on a trip to the far north of La Ronge and Nipawin for Friday/Saturday dates with the Ice Wolves and Hawks. Friday’s meeting with the Ice Wolves would feature the storyline of two Yorkton born brothers providing the Terrier offense as younger brother Dylan and older brother Jeremy Johnson scored the Terriers first two goals of the game. Dylan’s fourth of the season gave the Terriers a one goal lead 6:04 into the first period before Brett McNevin tied things up for the Ice Wolves and Jeremy’s goal gave the Terriers a 2-1 lead early in the second. That lead was also shortlived as Spencer Brennan’s powerplay goal tied
things at two’s heading into the third and final period. In the third La Ronge took its first lead of the game as McNevin struck again with his second goal and third point of the game to give the Ice Wolves a 3-2 lead with just seven minutes left to play. But as seen so many times this season, the Terriers found some late magic as Zak Majkowski scored with 1:36 left in the third period off assists from Chase Norrish and Tayler Thompson to send the game into overtime. In overtime there was no magic to be found on the road for the Terriers as Sebastien Beauregard’s OT winner gave the Ice Wolves a huge home win over the league best Terriers, who had to settle for a single point in La Ronge before heading to Nipawin to face the Hawks. Dawson Macauley was given the start in goal after Kale Thomson made 35 saves in the loss to La Ronge
and earned himself a night off after a string of starts in goal. Kalium Gervais would open up the scoring as his eighth of the season with assists from Brady Norrish and Derek Falloon gave the Terriers a 1-0 lead heading into the second period. Sadly it was all downhill from there for the Terriers as Nipawin scored four unanswered goals to earn themselves the 4-1 victory and hand the Terriers two losses in a row to end their swing through the north. Two losses from the Terriers still kept them in first place in the Sherwood Division and the SJHL, but allowed Melville to catch up in the Sherwood as well as the Broncos in the Bauer Division as the Terriers breathing room for home ice advantage throughout the playoffs diminished over the weekend with both teams hot on the heels of the Terriers after winning streaks. Cont. on Page 13
Upcoming Yorkton Terrier Home Games Thursday, January 17, 2013
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Pee Wee Terriers take second By CHASE RUTTIG N-R Writer Yorkton’s Pee Wee hockey teams hosted tournament action at the FAA/Kinsmen over the weekend and poor road conditions and snowy weather couldn’t put the damper on the weekend as nearly every team made the schedule as the 16 team tournament hit Yorkton. The Premier Cabinets Terriers bounced out early after a 5-0 loss in their first round meeting with the Weyburn Red Wings and a weird 6-5 triple OT loss in the B semifinal to Melville that only ended once players were taken one by one off the ice until
they were playing with no goalies, ending the Terriers weekend off on a sour note. However the Marks Work Wearhouse Terriers won their games all the way to the final where they met up with Lumsden at the Kinsmen for the tournament crown. Despite playing a solid game the Marks Terriers couldn’t overcome an early hole, losing to Lumsden 3-1 and settling for silver in what was a quality championship game at the annual home tournament. Also in town over the weekend was the Major Hockey League All-Star game hosting the best house league Bantam
and Midget players from the area. Midget/ Bantam skill competitions were followed by individual All-Star Games for both levels at the FAA with jerseys provided by Hometown Source for Sports. Yorkton’s star of the All-Star Weekend was Dawson Stefanyshyn of the DR Auto Extra Terriers who took Bantam Goalie of the Game in the Bantam All-Star Game. Yorkton Minor Hockey’s Gina Flett was pleased with how the weekend’s festivities went and wanted to thank all the sponsors of the event as well as the players, parents and coaches who participated in the weekend’s festivities.
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NFL Playoffs: The swan song of Ray Lewis and the Ravens After a rather uneventful Wild Card weekend in the 2012/13 NFL Playoffs the Divisional rounds did not let any of the fans down, as four very exciting games filled the card nicely for pigskin fans everywhere over the weekend. The 49ers inched themselves to one game away from the Super Bowl after last years epic collapse to the eventual champion Giants, the Falcons lost a 20 point lead to the Seahawks at home and came back to win with under a minute left after a missed field goal was waved off by a timeout giving them a second chance, the Patriots took care of business against the Texans. But by far the best game and best moments of the weekend belonged to the Ray Lewis led Baltimore Ravens, who upset the Denver Broncos in Denver with the help of Lewis’ 17 tackles and Joe Flacco’s heroics at the end of regulation where a 70 yard deep strike sent the game into double overtime where the Ravens eventually scored a field goal to take the 38-35 win and advance
to the AFC Championship. All of this is made extra special by the fact that this is the final year of Lewis’ illustrious career, the man who has been in Baltimore from Year One of the move to Baltimore and was the key to their only Super Bowl win announced before the playoffs that he would return from a torn triceps injury and play in what would be his last playoff game in Baltimore during their Wild Card clash with the Indianapolis Colts. It wasn’t a shock to many that this would be Lewis’ last season after the injury he received during an early season loss to the Dallas Cowboys, but what was surprising was the amount of emotion from everyone involved in football about it. Lewis is a divisive character, if you love him and you don’t root for a team in the AFC North that isn’t the Ravens, Ray Lewis is one of the best to play the game and has a passion for winning and his team that is unmatched. If you don’t like Ray Lewis, well he is that loud dude who
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injures players on your team that you can’t stand. Throw in the unfortunate events when he was accused of murder (he was acquitted) and you have yourself a man who has went through almost every chapter of life you can imagine in the public eye. At the end of the day it is hard not to appreciate the man if you love sports. As someone who grew up watching football on Sundays during the run of his career he has been the one constant, if there was football being played on Sunday you knew Ray Lewis was out there giving 1000%, because 100% was just not good enough. One
Terriers lose two and add one Cont. from Page 11. The SJHL trade deadline saw the Broncos stock up on talent with the addition of Prince George Cougar and former #1 pick in the 2010 WHL Bantam Draft Alex Forsberg. Forsberg demanded a trade over the holiday break and with no attractive offers from WHL teams and Forsberg refusing to come back to BC the Cougars decided to allow him to play with the Broncos, who have his Junior A rights and will surely not complain to add a player who arguably is the most talented player in the SJHL instantly. Melville also loaded up in depth at the deadline adding Tyson Predinchuk from the WHL’s Spokane Chiefs. The Sherwood Division’s other rival for the Terriers in the Hounds also added a small piece to their roster as Jens Johnson heads from the Red Wings in return for young prospect Colten Laroque. Nipawin also won at the deadline in adding players as the Canalta Cup hopefuls became evident in who was making moves at the deadline and who were trying to add prospects for the future. The Terriers, who were leading towards not making a move at the deadline and keeping their already deep roster intact, but the Terriers did load up on an extra forward at the deadline as Josh Ellis a 1994 born forward from North Okanagan is headed to Yorkton. Ellis, who was playing for the North Okanagan Knights will give the Terriers an
extra forward down the stretch drive towards the playoffs and give the team some insurance should a WHL call up or injury occur over the next few months. With the deadline over, the SJHL season officially has reached the playoff push as fourteen games remain on the Terriers schedule and five weeks are left in the regular season before playoffs are over. A slight race for first place is now in the cards as the Terriers will have to stave off streaking teams in order to secure the home ice advantage that looked like a lock heading into Christmas. Games with the Hounds will serve as the marquee matchups of the final fourteen as the Terriers and notre Dame will get real familiar with one another heading into the playoffs with three games, including the final two in Yorkton circled on the calendar. With so little games left on the calendar wins and points will be at a premium, after a long season it is finally time for must win hockey around the province. A Terriers team that’s mind has been on the Canalta Cup since the first preseason game will be ready to secure home ice advantage and get ready for a deep spring run for the playoffs. Every team in the SJHL prepares for these final months, it is going to be an entertaining couple of weeks around the league. Fourteen or so games will decide the fate of the SJHL playoffs, the Terriers are looking to make a statement, this stretch is the time.
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of the games best tacklers and hardest hitters in a time before player safety we see today, giving his body week in and week out for the sake of winning football games. Hyperbole when a player is at the end of his career is rampant throughout sports. A player who has played for a team long enough is elevated temporarily as everyone remembers the highlights of their contribution to their sports fandom then are cast aside for the new crop of hometown heroes. It is the circle of life in sports, players are heroes and role models one day and are scapegoats and villains the next, but Ray Lewis has been an example of the good of sports for the majority of his career. The values of teamwork, leadership, hard
play, and hard work off the field of play are all things that people can learn in sports and in life. His motivational speeches are legendary and his personality is unmatched which is what makes him such a special breed of athlete. Monday through Saturday he is one of the kindest people in the sport, but on Sunday he is someone you don’t want to cross paths with. The Ravens are massive underdogs this Sunday when they head to New England to play the Patriots in a rematch of last years’ AFC Championship Game, making it extremely likely that this Sunday will be the last time Ray Lewis puts on a football uniform, the last time Ray Lewis gives a pregame speech and the last time you will get to see #52 from the Baltimore Ravens show the world how football and sports are meant to be played: with passion, and full effort from the opening to closing whistle. There are few athletes I consider myself to cheer for anymore, growing up and then becoming a sportswriter has left me distanced from being a true sports “fan” but the players from when I was a child always have a special
attachment when they reach the end of their careers, this is no different. If the Ravens lose on Sunday it will be a sad day seeing a player that influenced the game so much as I was becoming a sports fan leave. Growing up often means seeing athletes who were once superhuman fade into the distance, I was seven years old when the Ravens beat the Giants in the 2000 Super Bowl as one of the best defenses ever assembled rolled to the Ravens only championship. I was likely sleeping before heading to Grade Two that day, now I am 19 and one of my favorite athletes is still looking for that second championship and to retire on top. At the end of their upset win last week Lewis said “We go out there everytime and try to achieve the impossible” This Sunday I will be sitting on my couch wishing and hoping that just one last time, with torn triceps and a full heart, Ray Lewis will get to achieve the impossible one last time in Foxboro and upset the Pats. It is a longshot and once again the Ravens are nine point underdogs, but if there is anyone you should believe in doing it, it is Ray Lewis. 13013MM00
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Yorkton Harvest continue hot January play in Saskatoon Cont. from Page 11
Levi Morin proved to be the difference maker, scoring another goal from the slot off another well placed wrist shot to give the Harvest a two goal lead which proved to be the difference in the 6-4 win. The Harvest were without Head Coach Jeff Odgers who was missing due to announcing duties with Shaw for their WHL broadcasts. Assistant Coach Dan Cross took over the head coaching duties while Jason Gordon filled in at Assistant Coach. Gordon said he enjoyed the experience of helping out with the Harvest and said that “It took a bit to get the line rotations going, but once we did we settled in and it turned out to be a great game.” The Harvest then headed to Saskatoon on Saturday and Sunday for
road meetings with the Contacts and Blazers. Saturday night saw the Harvest play the Contacts and with an intense game with the ninth place Blazers the next day, the risk of looking ahead past the fourth place Contacts was there. Less than two minutes in the Contacts were already on the board as Kade Kehoe put one past Carson Bogdan to give the Contacts a 1-0 lead, Eric Meyer scored off assists from Dakota Odgers and Korwin Shewchuk to tie things up going into the second. In the second period the script reversed as Lynnden Pastachak scored at the 1:58 mark of the period before Kehoe levelled things again heading into the third period. With a chance to prove that they can continue to beat top teams in the SMAAAHL the Harvest answered back from an
early powerplay goal in the third with a flurry of goals, dominating the Contacts and showing once again the talent and confidence they have found recently. Pastachak and Meyer both scored powerplay goals on a two man advantage to give the Harvest the lead before Logan Herchak added an empty net goal to make it 5-3 for the Harvest. Pastachak added another empty net goal to record the hat trick and send the Harvest into Sunday’s meeting with the Blazers with two extra valuable points. With the Blazers having games at hand and creeping up on the Harvest in the standings, two points would see the Harvest create some separation as well as close in on sixth placed Tisdale making the Sunday evening clash all the more important for them. Going down early was not a
problem for the Harvest on the day as Ethan Bear scored a powerplay goal to add to his two assists on Saturday to give the Harvest a 1-0 lead. In the second the Harvest took a 2-0 lead as Koal Roberts scored his first of the season in his first weekend with the Harvest before the Blazers scored two quick unanswered goals to tie things up at two’s. As he has done all season Pastachak came up with the timely goal at the end of the second period before adding an empty netter at the end of the third period to give the Harvest a 4-2 win. Pastachak’s goal was his 22nd in 30 games and his 40 points sits him fifth in the league in scoring. Giving the future Red Deer Rebel a reputation for being one of the
SMAAAHL’s most talented offensive players. Carson Bogdan was huge once again all weekend, running away with the number one goalie job and making the saves needed to give the Harvest’s high powered offense a chance to take over games. With the way he has been playing, expect Bogdan to get the majority of starts down the stretch. With the two wins the Harvest now sit three points above the Blazers in seventh and seven points above the Argos who are in ninth, with both teams having three and four games at hand over the Harvest that cushion is smaller than it appears, but with the way the Harvest have been playing as of late it is hard to imagine both
those teams keeping up even with the extra games at hand. A slower next two weeks sees the Harvest take on hosting duties at the FAA. A rematch with the Moose Jaw Generals who beat the Harvest 3-0 in their last meeting at the FAA January 6. With the Generals in a three way tie for second place with the Contacts and Pat Canadians expect a tough matchup for the Harvest. Then on January 23 the Harvest will play host to the aforementioned Canadians in another midweek meeting to wrap up a two game homestand. With just twelve games left in the regular season the Harvest are inching away at not only creating some breathing room, but making noise that they can pull off playoff magic.
MMA card heads to Yorkton By CHASE RUTTIG N-R Writer Mixed Martial Arts is headed to Yorkton as the Xtreme Cage Wars Fighting Championship out of Saskatoon is headed to the Agripavilion for its “Devastation” card on January 19. The promotion works around Saskatchewan cities and hosts some of the best amateur fighters in the prairies and has three title fights on the card for the Saturday night show. Keita-Starkell is the main event as the 155/170 pound champion Keita
takes on Ryan Starkell from Winnipeg for the 155 title. Keita is 5-0 and holds the Toughman Championship as well while Starkell is an up and comer in the circuit in what is going to make for an extremely entertaining main event at the Agripavilion. The second title fight on the card is the Masuskapoe-Heathen fight at 185. Evander Masuskapoe and Heathen have fought before and this will be a rematch between the two in what the XCWFC promoter says will be one of the
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LEVI MORIN celebrates scoring his second of the game as the Harvest beat the Argos. Twelve games are left in the SMAAHL season with the Harvest in seventh.
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HOUSE FOR sale by owner, 1100 sq. ft. bungalow in Bredenbury. Asking price, $115,000 obo. 3 bedroom, 1 bath, living room, dining room, kitchen with nook, fully renovated inside & outside, partial basement. 25 minutes from Yorkton and 25 minutes from Mosaic mine. Phone 306-745-2404 or 306-745-7997.
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SW 1/4 of 33-27-08-W2nd, Extension 0 and SE 1/4 of 32-27-08W2nd Extension 0 located 3 miles south and 7 miles west of Theodore, Saskatchewan. SW 1/4 of 33-27-08-W2nd Extension 0 is bareland, 155 cultivated acres, 5 acres bush and raveen. SW 1/4 of 32-27-08-W2nd Extension 0 includes yardsite with trees and electricity, access to yardsite, approximately 120 acres cultivated, presently pasture, approximately 35 acres creek, approximately 5 acres yardsite/access. R.M. of Garry No. 245, possession available immediately. Owners reserve the right to accept any offer they see fit, whether or not it is the highest. Written offers only to be sent to P.O. Box 311, Theodore, SK, S0A 4C0.
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While writing a will does not need to be complicated, it is always advisable to contact a lawyer or notary. Ensuring that there are no small mistakes which could cause difficulties in future years, plus the peace of mind that comes from knowing everything was done correctly, is well worth the cost of such legal service. Better still, the cost is far less than people imagine. Can I write my own will without consulting a lawyer? You can, but it’s not usually advisable. Homemade wills are generally valid if certain minimum requirements are met, at least in some provinces. But there is no substitute for the professional expertise of a competent lawyer or notary. Laws about will-making and taxes can vary from province to province. The specific wording needed to ensure your wishes are met is important to keep in mind. A small mistake in a home-made will might cause complications to your estate and result in your wishes not being carried out. And remember, a simple will need not be expensive. What is an Estate?
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Everyone has an estate, if they own anything at all. The term applies not just to real estate, but cash, cars, furniture, books...any property at all. The smaller your estate, the more important that it be settled quickly: delays usually mean more expense. Besides, your estate may be larger than you realize. Don’t make the mistake of thinking of your property in terms of what it cost originally. In many cases, its value may have increased. How much does it cost to have a lawyer draw up my will? That depends on how simple or complicated the will is. But wills are usually much less costly than people expect and definitely less than the emotional and financial costs of not having one. Ask the lawyer in advance what it will cost. It’s a question which they answer routinely. What can I do to reduce legal fees? Here are some of the things you can do to save money when you visit a lawyer: 1. Lawyers charge for their time and knowledge, often by the 1/4 hour. So, the more time you can save them, the lower the cost will be.
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Congratulations from the City of Yorkton Mayor Bob Maloney and City Councillors: Les Arnelien, Ross Fisher, Randy Goulden, Larry Pearen, James Wilson, Chris Wyatt
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2008 PONTIAC G5 GT Local trade, PST PAID, only 69,000 km. Body kit, leather roof, wheels. $ Stk#Y0091A. Was $14,900 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2006 HYUNDAI TIBURON SS Local trade, PST PAID, only 69,000 km. $ Was $12,802. Stk#Y2170B. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2006 SMART FORTWO Local trade, PST PAID, diesel engine and the ultimate commuter, only 161,000 km. $ Was $9,881. Stk#YD022A. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2006 CHEVY MALIBU Local trade, PST PAID, full power group, auto. trans., $ Was $6,900. Stk#Y2172B . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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2005 CHRYSLER CROSSFIRE CONVERTIBLE Local trade, PST PAID, only 100,000 km, very nice and over $3,000 in aftermarket wheels, $ Was $14,900. Stk#Y2167B. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2004 NISSAN MAXIMA SL Local trade, PST PAID, with only 158,000 km. Leather, moonroof, exceptional condition. $ Stk#Y2179A. Was $9,900. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1998 CHEVY LUMINA Local trade, PST PAID, with only 109,000 km. $ Was $4,900 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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15,569 OR $139/BW
7,849 OR 146/BW 3,659 OR $120/BW
2012 GRAND CARAVAN Rear heat, all quad, sto'n'go. Only 48,000 km. $ Was $21,900. Stk#Y2175A. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Starting at 2011 KIA SEDONA Local trade, PST PAID, TV, DBD, only 53,000 km & clean. $ Was $26,900. Stk#YC161A . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2010 GRAND CARAVAN SXT Local trade, PST PAID, with only 61,000 km, rear heat, A/C, quads, sto'n'go, power seat, power rear windows. $ Stk#Y2126B. Was $16,960. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2007 CHEV UPLANDER LT Local trrade, PST PAID, with only 89,000 km, affordable people mover. $ Was $12,900. Stk#YC162A . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2006 CHEVY UPLANDER LT Local trade, PST PAID, nicely equipped van, only 147,000 km. Was $9,900. $ Stk#2049A . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
18,884 OR $179/BW 18,891 OR $169/BW
14,900 OR $129/BW
14,983 OR $149/BW
35,911 OR 299/BW
9,988 OR $118/BW
25,892 OR $237/BW
5,992 OR $89/BW
11,853 OR $123/BW 13,721 OR $139/BW
2009 SATURN ASTRA XR Local trade, PST PAID, 2 door coupe, only 93,000 km. $ Stk#YC098A. Was $14,900. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2009 PONTIAC G6 SEDAN Local trade, PST PAID, in excellent condition, only 92,000 km, head turner, auto., full power group. $ Was $15,900. Stk#Y2139B . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2009 PT CRUISER Local trade, PST PAID with just over 100,000 km., auto. A/C, power group. $ Was $8,900. Stk#Y2147B. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
11,687 OR 112/BW $
12,462 OR 129/BW 6,960 OR $79/BW
SUVS 2012 GMC YUKON SLE 5.3L V8 4x4, 8 passenger, only 35,000 km, after market wheels, . Was $40,900. Stk#Y2158A. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2012 FORD FLEX LIMITED All wheel drive . . .vista roof, leather, wheels, low kms. Was $34,900. Stk#Y2156A. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2012 MAZDA CX-7 All wheel drive, auto. trans., A/C, alloy wheels, hot SUV, only 35,000 km. Was $27,900. Stk#Y22174A . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2011 TOYOTA RAV 4 SPORT Only 52,000 km, moonroof, alloys, auto., A/C, 4WD, won't last. Was $28,916. Stk#Y21098A. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
33,796 OR 269/BW
31,642 OR $214/BW
25,678 OR $214/BW
17,998 OR $159/BW 17,702 OR $168/BW
31,900 OR $300/BW
11,741OR $128/BW 8,962 OR $119/BW
19,888 OR $159/BW
2011 JEEP LIBERTY SPORT Arctic white, 4x4, alloys, power group, only 58,000 km. $ Stk#Y2199A. Was $22,900. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2009 HYUNDAI SANTE FE AWD Only 58,000 km. All wheel drive, V6, full power group. Won't last at this price and condition. $ Stk#Y3008A. Was $19,990. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2008 LINCOLN NAVIGATOR L Every option, full load, nav., roof, wheels, only 120,000 km. $ Was $34,900. Stk#Y2183A. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2007 KIA SPORTAGE AWD Local trade, PST PAID, with only 88,000 km, in exceptional condition, this all wheel drive won't last at . . . $ Was $13,000. Stk#Y0041B. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2006 KIA SPORTAGE AWD Local trade, PST PAID, V6, with AWD, only 131,000 km. Won't last. $ Was $10,900. Stk#Y0080A. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
25,819 OR $199/BW
2012 NISSAN TITAN CREW CAB 4X4 Alloys, only 36,000 km. $ Was $33,800. Stk#Y2157A . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2012 NISSAN FRONTIER SV CREW CAB 4X4 Only 41,000 km. $ Was $29,000. Stk#Y2162A. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2012 DODGE RAM QUAD SLT 4X4 20 inch wheels, Hemi, 4x4, only 33,000 km Was $29,900. Stk#Y2284A $ 4 to choose from. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Starting at 2011 F150 HARLEY DAVIDSON 4X4 CREW CAB Navigation, roof, 22's, fully loaded, only 98,000 km and almost half price. PST PAID, local trade. $ Stk#Y2177A. Was $40,900. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2010 FORD F150 XL Local trade, PST PAID, with only 54,000 km, reg. cab, long box, auto., A/C, V8, $ Was $17,818. Stk#Y2118C. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2010 F150 XLT 4X4 Local trade, PST PAID, extended cab, 4x4, with only 89,000 km. $ Was $22,900. Stk#Y2088B. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2009 CHEVY SILVERADO CREW 4X4 Local trade, PST PAID, with only 61,000 km, super clean crew 4x4. $ Was $23,000. Stk#Y2164B. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2009 DODGE RAM SLT Local trade, PST PAID, only 97,000 km, 4x4, V8, alloys, SLT. $ Stk#YT173B. Was $21,900. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2009 FORD F350 CREW 4X4 Local trade, PST PAID, with only 103,000 km. Chrome kit, 4x4 diesel engine. $ Won't last! Stk#Y2183B. Was $33,800 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2007 FORD F150 CREW XTR Local trade, PST PAID, with only 135,000 km, 4x4, wheels, hot truck. $ Was $19,980. Stk#Y2108B . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2007 FORD F150 XLT 4X4 Local trade, PST PAID, only 155,000 kms, ext. cab, 4x4. $ Was $17,900. Stk#Y2135B . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2006 F150 XLT 4X4 Local trade, PST PAID, extended cab, 4x4, long box. $ Stk#Y2171B. Was $14,902 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
27,620 OR $212/BW 25,886 OR $196/BW 24,998 OR $204/BW 35,798 OR $289/BW 14,893 OR $149/BW 17,981 OR $186/BW 19,980 OR $189/BW 19,996 OR $188/BW 29,866 OR $259/BW 16,849 OR $189/BW 13,840 OR $159/BW 12,639 OR $159/BW
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