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SERVING CHETWYND . DAWSON CREEK . TUMBLER RIDGE . HUDSON’S HOPE
Monday October 20, 2014
THE RED LION
Restaurant & Inn
Daily Dinner Specials
Check out our MENU
on our website at redlionrestaurant.ca
Tuesday - Friday 11:00 am to 2:00 pm Lunch
Monday - Saturday 5:00 pm to 10:00 pm Dinner
Closed on Sundays & Stat Holidays
CASCADE REALTY
Email: [email protected] [email protected] [email protected]
Alma
Walter
Julia
Nelson
Norma
Tower
250-788-5168
250-788-5388
250-788-6707
INFRASTRUCTURE FUNDING
APPLICATIONS AVAILABLE OCT. 22, 2014
250-788-2755
Small communities and other eligible applicants in British Columbia can soon apply for
funding to support local infrastructure projects.
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The total value of this funding from the three levels of government is up to $327 million over
the next 10 years, Minister of Community, Sport and Cultural Development Coralee Oakes and
Minister of Transportation and Infrastructure Todd Stone announced today.
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The Small Communities Fund, part of the federal New Building Canada Fund, is designed to
support projects of local significance, including drinking water, wastewater, road
improvements and green infrastructure, as well as local and regional airport projects.
Application forms will be available Wednesday, Oct. 22. Program guides and application
information are available online at: www.gov.bc.ca/smallcommunitiesfund
The announcement is the latest program providing funding to British Columbia communities
as part of the Government of Canada’s New Building Canada Fund, which supports projects of
national, regional and local significance that promote economic growth, job creation and
productivity.
In May of this year, a renewed Federal Gas Tax Fund agreement was signed by the province,
federal government and Union of British Columbia Municipalities that will provide
approximately $2.76 billion funding to B.C. communities over the next 10 years.
Since 2002, the Government of B.C. has provided approximately $3 billion in new funding for
local governments.
Quotes:
Minister of Community, Sport and Cultural Development Coralee Oakes −
“This funding will help communities invest in key infrastructure priorities – projects that treat
wastewater, provide cleaner drinking water or make improvements to public transit or roads.
These are projects that are crucial to healthy, vibrant communities.”
Minister of Transportation and
Infrastructure Todd Stone −
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plus tax.
“We are committed to building strong
communities by supporting collaborative,
innovative and fiscally responsible
programs. This funding will help build
community infrastructure projects
including transportation projects, an
important part of our 10-year transportation
plan, which will look at every facet of
transportation in B.C. to prioritize projects
for investment.”
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Employment Opportunities: Apply on line at www.aw.ca
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Learn More:
Small Communities Fund:
www.gov.bc.ca/smallcommunitiesfund
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CHETWYND ROYAL CANADIAN
LEGION EVENTS
Winner of the Yard sale 50/50
is Lena Dewhurst!
Congratulations, Lena!
BURGER & BEER THURSDAYS
October 30th 5 - 8pm
BARMAID WANTED
call 250-788-2329
DARTS
Wednesdays at 7:30pm
SPECIAL HALLOWEEN KARAOKE
October 25, 8pm
$5 cover, prizes
GENERAL MEETING
October 20, 7:00pm
at Legion Lounge
All members welcome!
HALL RENTALS
or for more info call 250-788-9258
LEGION LOUNGE
Wed/Thur 4pm-12am Fri 4pm-1am Sat 3pm-1am
A grandmother pretends she doesn't
know who you are on Halloween.
WANTED
Part-time
Barmaid
at the
Royal Canadian Legion
Starting wage
$12.00/hr
For more info
please call Fred at
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VEHICLES/PARTS/FARM EQUIP./HEAVY EQUIP.
VEHICLES/PARTS/FARM EQUIP.
2 winter Hankook Ipikes, 185/65R14,
2 winter Goodyear Nordic 185/65R14;
1992 Dodge ½ ton 318 Magnum,
128,000km, needs auto trans. & diff.,
$500 OBO; 1998 Chevy Malibu LS
V6 auto, needs engine, $500 OBO.
Call after 4 pm 250-788-2169 or text
250-401-3036
Tractor tire chains for Ford 9N 8.00-32
set of 2 for $100. Call 250-788-5727
1993 Ford 4x4 automatic, 292,000
km, one owner, arrow canopy, good
cond, $1500 OBO. Call 250-788-3151
2006 Chevrolet Cobalt LS, 5 speed
manual trans, 2.2L, block heater,
2004 GMC Envoy XL SLT, comes 107,000km, $5500 OBO. Call
with summer & winter tires, 250-561-7143
268,000km, $7200 OBO. Call after 4
pm 250-788-2169
2006 Chevy 2500 HD, long box,
extended cab, new tires, well
1994 Green Suburban 4x4, excellent maintainted, $6500. Call George at
oil patch or logging vehicle, new parts, 250-788-9432
starter alternator, battery, belts, great
tires, $4500. Call 250-219-6353
2008 Pontiac G5, automatic, 2 door,
80,000, $4900. Call 250-788-6429
Honda generator, 6500 watts, twin
cylinder liquid cooled, 220 & 110, Canopy that fits Ranger or B300,
heavy duty generator, $1500. Call or lv c o m e s w i t h d o u b l e b e d , 4
a message at 250-784-4058
compartments, pull-out cook drawer,
all fold storage. Call 250-788-9931
2002 convertible Mustang V8,
automatic GT, only 49,000kms, 1999 Doepker log trailer, Super-B,
like new, $12,000 OBO. Call rebuilt; 1996 Arctic Tridem pole trailer,
250-788-1649 or 250-261-5842
completely rebuilt, sandblasted &
painted, $21,000. Call 250-788-2312
2008 Ford F-250 XL supercab 4x4, or 250-788-5720
shortbox, 5.4 gas motor, 161,000km,
$9000 OBO. Call 250-401-7012
4 aluminum 17" wheels, 8 bolt pattern,
$80 OBO; 3 265/70 R17 Blizzak tires,
1997 Ford F-250 Heavy Duty 4x4 good shape, $60 OBO; 2 ton Arbor
supercab, 7.3 power stroke diesel, press, $40 OBO. Call 250-788-9238 or
248,500km, long box, canopy, roof 250-788-5029
rack, running boards, $5000. Call
250-788-9413
4 winter tires, studless 215/50R17 910
,Blizzak tubeless steel belted radial,
1997 Ford F-150 4x4, automatic, only used 1 winter, $600 OBO. Call
regular cab, 200,000km, project or 250-788-3250
parts truck, open to offers. Call
250-788-9213
To give away: 2 Goodyear Wrangler
P265/70R17 mud/snow tires, about
2 0 0 7 w h i t e c h o c o l a t e F o r d 40% tread left. Call 250-788-9413 in
Expedition, fully loaded leather with the evening
entertainment system, great cond,
1 8 0 , 0 0 0 k m , $ 1 5 , 0 0 0 . E m a i l 2 Bridgestone Blizzak tires on rims to
[email protected]
fit a Ford Aerostar, 215/70R14, used
one season, $200. Call 250-401-7485
250-788-2329
APARTMENTS
FOR RENT
North-Trac Property Management
Includes Cable TV
250-401-3410
FURNISHED &
Adult Oriented UNFURNISHED SUITES
Monthly Rentals - No leases!
No Pets
FOR RENT
Large furnished room in private home
downtown with computer desk &
sitting room, shared common areas, no
smokers, must be working. Call
250-788-9828
2 bdrm duplex right down town,
adults only, no pets, no smoking,
washer/dryer. Call 250-788-3936
Available Nov 1, 2 bdrm ½ duplex,
upper level fully furnished, nonsmoking, all utilities included,
$1500/mo, crews welcome. Call
250-219-8550
Fully furnished 2 bdrm mobile,
hardwood floors, large bath, large
HDTV, satellite & utilities included,
weekly & monthly rates available.
Call 250-556-4097 or [email protected]
Available Oct 15, 4 bdrm house 16km
west of Chetwynd, 1 and ½ baths, big
garage, high efficient propane
furnace, $1500/mo, utilities not
included. Call 250-788-2522
3 bdrm house 40km south of
Chetwynd on hwy 97, $1100/mo plus
utilities. Call 250-804-3095
Available Nov 1, fully furnished 2
bdrm suite, 1 bath, $1200/mo, all
utilities included. Call 250-401-8115
Lakefront suite at Moberly Lake,
furnished, single working person
preferred, pets okay, some utilities
included. Message 250-219-9237
3 bdrm house, $1300/mo. For more
details call 250-788-6429
Available Nov 1, 2 bdrm duplex,
washer & dryer, no pets, adult oriented
Call 250-788-3936 or 250-401-8560
For rent or sale, 3 bdrm 1 bath mobile
in Pinewood trailer park, fridge, stove,
dishwasher, washer/dryer, $1000/mo
plus utilities or $27,500. Call
250-788-5971
CHETWYND
COMMUNITY
FOUNDATION IS AGAIN
OFFERING GRANTS
TO LOCAL
GROUPS/
ORGANIZATIONS
Applications are online at
gochetwynd.com/
residents/community
foundation
For more information call
Marti at 250-788-2057
Application deadline is
OCT 24, 2014.
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MISCELLANEOUS
PROPERTY
VEHICLES/PARTS/FARM EQUIP.
Free single pane windows & patio White & purple girls bike, $20; Chariot 3 bedroom house close to school in
doors, good for a greenhouse! Call bike trailer, 100lbs capacity, $100;
double bed, $50. Call 250-540-1511
250-401-3410
Jr. left hang golf clubs & bag, exc. Weslo Cadence 400cs treadmill, comes
cond., $25; brand new Top Flite golf with owners manual, tells heart rate,
speed and calories burned, works very
bag, $50. Call 250-788-3925
well, $300 OBO. Call 250-782-5003
Onan generator, 11kw, diesel, runs
g o o d , $ 8 0 0 O B O . C a l l Stacked washer/dryer in good
condition, $400. Call 250-788-3303
250-851-2948
Pfaff 1035 Tipmatic 30 program
sewing machine, $150; 8' glass front
showcase, $200; 2 desks, 1 large, 1
small, $50 each; office arm chair,
$15; grey TV stand, $45. Call
250-788-3562 or 250-788-5058
Medium size fridge, $200. Call
250-401-1157
New still in box marine gel pack
battery; new cordless 18v hedge
trimmer, 5 ft reach pole & case, $125.
Call evenings or lv msg 250-843-7674
Antique grain grinder, $250; Old
thrashing machine, $450; Power Bell Model 4100 Satellite receiver &
Rider exerciser, $230; slide & swing dish package. Call 250-788-2606
set, $140 OBO. Call 250-788-2722
Door sidelight, make an offer; Roof
Organic raspberries, 1 ½ pints, $4. shingles to fit 6'X8' shed, make an offer.
Call 250-788-9931
Call 250-788-2482
293 DVD movies, $4 each. Leave 80 Tamarack corral rails. Call
250-719-6142
message at 250-788-1072
55lb PSE Nova left hand com Cordless DeWalt tool set, battery
pound bow, camo, comes with operated, $400; ladies white gold
Easton arrows, $200 OBO. Call platinum engagement ring, $500 OBO.
Call Eric at 250-981-9717
250-788-2676
Large pails of organic honey, Piano in good cond, $500. Call
$3.50/lb; quality well cured birch 250-788-3374
and tamarack furniture lumber. Call
Washer/dryer, white electric range,
250-719-6142
make me an offer. Call 250-556-4188
Brand new Future Steel A-frame
style building, 20'Wx30Lx12'H, Partially finished dog house, mostly
insulated, good for a smaller dog, $100
$8500 OBO. Call 250-401-7558
OBO. Call 250-788-5328
GE cook stove, clean, ceramic
top, 4 burner, good cond, looks like S m a l l d o g h o u s e , $ 5 0 . C a l l
new, oven not working, $50. Call 250-788-3250
250-788-2606
Mid 60's 17A Cat, comes with straight
White styrofoam insulation, & piling blades, $5400. Call
3"x18"x8', approx 140 pieces, make 250-788-8148
an offer. Call 250-788-6082
?
did
you
know
Rodeo Sub, 2 newly renovated baths,
open finished basement, hardwood &
laminate flooring, fridge, stove,
washer/dryer, furniture, $270,000. Call
or text 250-788-5929 or 250-788-6817
House Crown Sub that backs onto
ravine with trails close, 3 bdrms
upstairs, 2 baths, fireplace, 1 bdrm &
big laundry area downstairs, storage
room, shop & rec room, carport &
storage shed, REDUCED to $278,900.
Call 250-719-6126 or 250-788-2646
For sale OR rent, 2 bdrm mobile in
Pinewood Mobile Home Park, available
Nov 1, no dogs, will rent $850/mo or
sell at sale price for $25,000. Call
250-401-3408
4 bdrm 2 bath home located in Crown
Sub, whole house has been renovated,
new cupboards, floors, windows and
appliances, single car garage, covered
deck with a joining open rear deck,
$295,000, open to reasonable offers.
Call 250-788-6953
20'x78' 1535sqft trailer in legion sub, 4
bdrms, 2 baths, master bdrm has walk
in closet & 2 person jet tub, washer,
dryer, fridge, stove, $22,000. Call
250-788-6408
Lakeview Inn & Suites
Chetwynd, B.C
NOWPartHIRING
Time
- FRONT DESK
- HOUSEKEEPING
To start immediately
Please apply in person with resume to
Lakeview Inn & Suites between 10am and 2pm
WANTED
Full-time
LABORER/MAINTENANCE
PERSON
* Must possess basic maintenance
skills, ability to lift up to 50lbs
* Valid Class 5 Drivers License
* WHMIS
Must produce driver’s abstract and
criminal record check.
Email resume to
[email protected] or
fax to 250-788-1803
Northern Properties
LOST & FOUND
Lost: Black Motorolla smartphone. If
found please call 250-788-9781
Lost: iPhone 4. If found please call
250-788-4838
Lost: Mossberg shotgun, green with
black collapsible stock, reward offered
no questions asked, reported stolen
to RCMP, lost on Sat Sept 20. Call
250-401-8534
Lost: Pair of glasses in or around the
park behind Brookside Inn. If found
please drop off at Coffee Talk.
NorthLink
Safety Training & Services
Your link to a safe future
Red Cross Emergency First Aid
Sat Oct 25 at Chetwynd Rec Centre
Cost: $190.00
Great for mothers-to-be, group leaders,
oil & gas entry and caregivers.
Call 1-250-219-3479 to register
[email protected]
WE CARRY
Hair & Beauty Products
- Brushes - Combs - Curlers - Barrettes
- Pony Tail Holders - Bandannas
- Shampoo & Conditioner - Body Soap (Wash)
- Hair Colorant - Glitter Hair Spray
- Finger Nail Polish
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REC VEHICLES
PETS/LIVESTOCK
2004 Midwest 4X4 quad, only 1500 kms,
excellent condition, $3000. Call
250-601-0571
2 yr old B&W filly, good temperament,
has been worked with a bit, $800 firm; 6
yr old big gelding, has had some work
done but needs more, $2000 firm. Call
250-788-5042
2007 28' Weekend Warrior Toy Hauler
pull trailer with built in generator and fuel
station, $25,000 OBO. Call 250-401-1878
1982 Evinrude 4.5hp motor, runs great,
$550 OBO. Call 250-788-2030
34' motorhome ready for a long trip, Ford
460 chassis, dash air, extra heaters,
generator, sleeps 6, great cond., reduced
price, $21,000 OBO or trade. Call
250-788-9421 or 250-788-2944
2007 Yamaha TT-R 230 dirt bike, ridden
only 1 summer, like new, $2500. Call or
text 250-401-7673
2 sheep guard dogs, $300 each; female
llama, $150. Dogs and llama should be
sold together; 2 4yr old wool ewes, $150
each; 2 Katahdin ewes, $250 each. Call
250-788-8166
5 really cute 3 week old kittens to give
away. Call 250-401-7020
2 3yr old green broke horses, 15hh, lots
of groundwork, 1 mare, 1 gelding, $750
each. Call 250-401-1975
3 horses for sale or to trade for whatever.
Call Kurt at 250-788-2382
2007 Polaris Outlaw 525, KTM motor,
independent suspension, nerf bars, mostly
lady driven, extra set of rims/tires, $4000
OBO. Call 250-788-2382
14 week old Golden Retriever/ Maremma
great cuddly puppy, $250 OBO. Call
250-556-4131
1998 Honda 400 Foreman quad, $2000.
Call 250-788-2581
12 yr old punch hunting, driving, packing
horse, $2000. Call 250-788-6185
1979 Okanagan motorhome, propane
and gas, 33,000km, $3000. Call
250-261-3133 or 250-401-1157
1996 Formula 583 Polaris Skidoo, runs
good, $1600 OBO. Call 250-788-3685
1993 Kodiak short box camper, very
clean, has 4 burner stove/oven, 3 way
fridge, furnace, N/S, queen size bed,
bathroom with toilet, sink & shower, 4
new hydraulic jacks, new flooring &
awning, $8500 OBO. Call 250-782-7538
9' camper, fully loaded, $5000. Call
250-788-5724
2010 Yamaha Raider S with accessories,
1854 cc, 9200km, everything as new,
over $21,000 new but only $10,000. Call
250-788-9213
2006 Yamaha 700R Raptor quad, seal
injected, comes with many extras, $4500
OBO. Call 250-788-5282
2005 660 Yamaha Rhino side-by-side,
camo edition, great cond, $6500. Call
250-788-5013
2008 Skidoo XP 800X, 154 track, stock
except brp can 1623 miles runs good,
$6000 OBO. Call 250-788-5013
WANTED
Wanted: Before & after school care
for child who is going into gr 2,
starting October 15, 2014. Email
[email protected]
Wanted: 1989 - 1996 ½ ton Ford 150
pickup with 302 engine, automatic
preferred. Call 250-719-6142
Wanted: Complete idler for Volvo 290B;
35.5"X32" skidder tire/tires. Call
250-395-6659
Wanted: Twin bed frame in good
condition. Call 250-788-6989
Wanted: Flex self-cleaning harrows or
pasture harrows, approx 18'. Call
250-843-7674
Wanted: Wood stove. Call 250-788-1957
Wanted: A job for a live in caregiver in
exchange for room & board. Call
Christine at 250-788-4174 or email
[email protected]
Wanted: Old time typewriter with
wide spaced keys (not electric). Call
250-719-6142
$2 Classifieds
NOT FOR COMMERCIAL USE
FOR PERSONAL USE ONLY
250-788-3422
PROPERTY
2 homes for sale by owner. Great value! 4 bedroom executive home.
$300,000. Awesome 4 bedroom family home. $250,000. To view call
250-788-3133
BENEFIT DANCE FOR CHRIS LEISHMAN
Friday, Nov. 21 9pm - 1am Pine Valley Exhibition Park
$20 per person Music by Five Star
50/
Tickets can be purchased at
Peoples Drug and Wildcat Video
(Tickets will NOT be sold at the door)
NO MINORS
Any item donations for the raffles would be greatly appreciated. Call
Kelsey or Tanya Moore to drop off at 250-401-7131 or 250-601-0303
Monetary donations can also be made at the Lake View Credit Union
LE
RAFFAWS
DR
50
2014 ALL
CANDIDATES FORUM!
WHERE: Pomeroy Inn & Suites 7-9pm
Doors close at 7. No entries after this time.
WHEN: Wednesday October 29th
RSVP: By October 27th at 4pm
250-788-3345
or [email protected]
[email protected]
This Years Candidates:
Clay Bassendowski
Alec Brownlee
Mel Deck
Rochelle Galbraith
Ernest Pfanner
Darren Shankel
Dale Tremblay
Laura Weisgerber
WANTED
Wanted: Certified reading tutor for an 8 yr
old one day a week. Call 250-788-6059
Wanted: Older Ski-Doo in good condition.
Call 250-788-5875
Wanted: Skidder tire in good condition,
30.5/32. Call 250-401-7106
WANTED
Wanted: Someone to do drywalling, just
mudding and sanding. Call 250-788-5875
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Residential & Commercial Construction
CONTRACTING
is currently accepting
resumes for
WELDERS
PIPEFITTERS
Competitive wages and benefits
Please forward resumes to
[email protected]
Sexy Body Tanning
Chetwynd’s
Choice
Water
Locally owned & operated
Health board approved
Residential & Commercial
Drinking Water
Bulk delivery only
Larry & Judy
Stop by and check out our
tanning bed & infrared sauna.
Get that base tan before your next
vacation or just keep that summer
glow all winter long.
PINE VALLEY
EXHIBITION PARK
Due to a shortage of staff our
hours are:
LOOKING FOR
Mon - Thursday: 1:00pm - 7:00pm
Fri - Sat: 11:00am - 6:00pm
part-time
We will be closed Oct 27 - 29.
due to doctor appointment out of province
Sorry for any inconvenience.
MONTY LOBERG CONTRACTING
Box 1302, Chetwynd, BC V0C 1J0
Phone: 250-788-3223
Cell: 250-401-8397
Red Seal
Certified & Insured
Sexy Body Tanning
To all our dear clients,
CARETAKER
For more info please contact
Suzan at 250-788-5010
We would like to apologize for the
hours we were not at the shop.
My health was not good but is now
doing better, and we had a dear
employee quit.
We hope you understand.
We also would like to thank you
making our first year so great.
Valerie Bernard will be here
November 24 & 25 for tattoos.
Make your appointments early.
250-788-1122.
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1250 SQ FT OF
PRIME OFFICE
SPACE
Highway frontage, great visibility,
space for signage,
utilities included in rent,
$1600/mo + GST
5208 North Access Road,
Chetwynd, BC
For more information call 250-788-3638
PEACE VALLEY INDUSTRIES LTD
Box 1510, Chetwynd BC V0C 1J0
APPLICATIONS
FOR EMPLOYMENT
being accepted for
EXPERIENCED
WELDERS &
MILLWRIGHTS
Please forward
resume to:
Fax 250-788-2928
or Email:
[email protected]
PUBLIC MEETING
LITTLE PRAIRIE COMMUNITY
FOREST TRAILS
MANAGEMENT MEETING
The Little Prairie Community Forest
(LPCF) is a partnership between
the Communities of West Moberly
First Nations, Saulteau First
Nations and the District of
Chetwynd. The public is invited to
provide input upon local trail
management of the Community
Forest trail system in the LPCF.
Chetwynd Public Meeting
7:00 pm – 8:30 pm
Tuesday, October 28, 2014
at the Pine Valley Seniors Rec Centre
If you are unable to attend, or would
like more information, please
contact Janelle Dale (FIT) Planning
Assistant, Chetwynd Forest
Industries, a division of West Fraser
Mills at 250-788-4458 or
[email protected]
PINE VALLEY SENIORS
HALL RENTAL
For more info & hall rental call Bernice
250-788-2307
AB Craft Supplies Ltd
- Helium for balloons - Crafts
- Scrapbooking Supplies
- Kids toys
- Scrapbooking classes monthly
Open Mon - Fri 8am - 5pm
Check us out on Facebook!
3794 Old Hart Wabi Road
250-788-3376
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HEALTH MINISTER'S STATEMENT ON EBOLA PREPAREDNESS
Health Minister Terry Lake issued the following statement on the health-care system’s preparation for the low likelihood of a case of Ebola in B.C.:
“The risk remains very low. But British Columbians can be assured that hospitals, health authorities and the Ministry of Health are prepared to
respond to a case of Ebola in B.C.
“B.C. health authorities have put in place internationally accepted infection control systems and procedures that reflect those being used by
experts around the world. These are the same standards being used by the Centers for Disease Control in Atlanta Georgia; in the U.S. that have
cared for Ebola virus disease cases; and by Medecins Sans Frontieres, operating in West Africa.
“Our front line response has been forged by our experiences in managing the SARS outbreak in
2003 and the H1N1 outbreak in 2009. Through these experiences we developed protocols that are
used to identify, isolate and treat any suspected infectious disease, like Ebola.
Public Advisory
Committee
“That being said, the safety of staff and patients in dealing with a virus like this is paramount. And
the recent case of the transmission of Ebola to a health-care worker in Dallas has highlighted that.
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“Late last week, I heard from the head of the BC Nurses’ Union Gayle Duteil who expressed
concerns related to nurse training and awareness of this illness. Nurses, paramedics, doctors and
all health-care workers are on the front lines of caring for patients. We want to ensure that these
important partners are well equipped to confidently and safely treat people that are presented to
them for care.
“As a result of the concerns expressed to myself and the ministry, I’ve asked the provincial health
officer, Dr. Perry Kendall, to take a close look at the protocols that are in place and to work with
public health officials to confirm that hospitals have the equipment and training to recognize and
treat patients with possible Ebola, while protecting their health-care staff.
“Dr. Perry Kendall has set up a co-ordinating committee, with a wide range of clinical experts,
including physicians, infection control experts, nurses, BC Ambulance staff and laboratory
experts to co-ordinate the response throughout the province. The first priority of the Health
Authorities will be to ensure that health-care workers are confident in and competent with the
personal protective equipment available, so that if they have to use it, they can do so safely and
with confidence.
Canfor Chetwynd's Tree Farm License
48 has been registered to the
Canadian Standards Association
(CSA) Sustainable Forest
Management standard since July 2000.
An important component of the CSA
standard is public participation.
The next scheduled meeting for the
Chetwynd Public Advisory Committee
for TFL 48 will take place on
Wednesday, October 22, 2014. To be
held at the Chetwynd Senior's Centre.
We invite the public to attend and the
doors will be open starting at 6:30 pm.
“I want to personally thank our front line health-care workers for the important work that they do.
As we have seen in the past these staff have always been available to care for patients when they For information call
Jolene Fellhauer at
were needed and they play a critical role in our ability to contain outbreaks.”
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FOSTERING SUCCESS IN YOUNG BRITISH COLUMBIANS
Killarney Sheffield was 14 when she was placed into foster care to escape an abusive stepfather.
“I was left in foster care until I was 18,” said Sheffield. “I was lucky. Though I lost my family, I gained a caring foster family.”
“My love of horses and reading were nurtured by them,” said Sheffield of her foster parents. “I am now a certified farrier, natural
horsemanship trainer, level 1 English and Western coach, and a breeder of Appendix horses.”
Now a happily married mother of five, Sheffield’s love of reading eventually led her to become the published author of 15 books,
ranging from full-length historical romantic adventures to short stories.
Foster family homes are the primary placement resource for children in care in B.C. There is a variety of reasons why children and
youth might enter the foster care system - sometimes their parents are experiencing difficulties, sometimes it can be because of abuse
or neglect, or sometimes it can be because of illness or death. Foster families can play an integral role in creating the strong,
supportive foundation a child needs to develop into a confident, contributing adult. A foster’s parent’s influence can last a lifetime.
“My foster parents have now passed away,” said Sheffield, who credits her foster family with helping her to heal and become the
happy wife, mother, horse trainer and romance author she is today. “I wish I had been able to show them how I turned out and tell them
they helped produce a woman who is strong, confident and successful. I will always be grateful to them for caring and nurturing me.
Without their love, I would not be where I am today. Foster families do make a difference.”
As long-time foster parents reach retirement age, there is a need for more individuals and families to open their hearts and homes to
children and teens in care. If you are 19 or older, and able to meet the day-to-day duties and responsibilities of a caregiver, we ask that
you consider applying to become a foster parent. For more information call the Foster Line toll-free at 1-800-663-9999, or visit:
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WEEKLY HOROSCOPE
ARIES (Mar. 21- April 20) Don't be too hard on your mate. You can
make a huge difference to children if you are able to put yourself in their
shoes. You should spend your day trying to get things completed at
work. You will be emotional about money matters. Your lucky day this
week will be Friday.
TAURUS (Apr. 21- May 21)You are best to look into investments that
will grow in value over an extended period of time. You must take care
not to over exert yourself if involved in sports. Make decisions about
your professional objectives. Make plans to do the things you enjoy.
Your lucky day this week will be Wednesday.
GEMINI (May 22-June 21)You will be extremely sentimental, and if
pushed by others you may hold a lasting grudge. Make plans to attend
group discussions or get together with friends who like to talk as much
as you do. Don't draw too much attention to yourself at work. Rely on
the one you love for support and affection. Your lucky day this week
will be Monday.
CANCER (June 22-July 22)Attend to things that you should have done
yesterday. Be careful of disclosing personal information. Get back into
the swing of things. Your ability to converse with charm will entice
someone you may have had an interest in for some time now. Your
lucky day this week will be Wednesday.
LEO (July 23-Aug 22)Unreliable people will be negative about your
ideas. Acceptance is the key. Opportunities to get together with friends
will be enlightening and entertaining. Socializing will be more than just
entertaining. Your lucky day this week will be Thursday.
VIRGO (Aug. 23 -Sept. 23)Your temper may erupt if you have allowed
others to cost you too much money. Don't rely on others to do your
work. Drastic changes regarding your personal attitude are evident.
Hard work will not go unnoticed.Your lucky day this week will be
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LIBRA 24 -Oct. 23)However, you may not attract the kind of interest
you had in mind. Take precautions while traveling; you don't have to get
anywhere that fast. You have to believe in yourself and your talents. Use
your quick wit to win points with friends. Your lucky day this week will
be Thursday.
SCORPIO (Oct. 24 - Nov. 22)Driving too fast or double parking will
result in difficulties with officials. Travel will also be very informative.
Learn some new skills that will increase your income. You haven't been
watching your spending habits and you may have been neglecting your
duties. Your lucky day this week will be Tuesday.
SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23 -Dec. 21)It's a good time for long awaited
relationships to begin. You may get upset with peers or relatives. Your
mind may not be on the job. Your passionate mood will be well received
by your mate. Your lucky day this week will be Monday.
CAPRICORN (Dec 22.- Jan. 20)Take things slowly, especially for the
sake of those you love. Don't forget family obligations. Romance and
social activity will be a promising combination. You can expect changes
in your financial situation as well as in your status. Your lucky day this
week will be Wednesday.
AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 -Feb. 19)Get involved in a competitive sport that
will bring the challenges you thrive on. Financial limitations may add to
your depression. Your home environment may be volatile if precautions
aren't taken. Your ability to get the job done will result in added
responsibility and possible promotion. Your lucky day this week will be
Monday.
PISCES (Feb. 20-Mar. 20)Romance could develop through social
activities or short trips. Make changes to your living quarters that will
please the whole family. It will do you some good. Your partner may
push buttons that infuriate you. Your lucky day this week will be
Wednesday.
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CHETWYND
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Saturday Nov 15
Spacious 4 bedroom luxury home,
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Two minute walk to Little Prairie School.
$300,000
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Cocktail Hour – 6:00pm.
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Public Advisory Committee
NOTICE OF RECRUITMENT
Canfor Chetwynd's Tree Farm License 48 has been
registered to the Canadian Standards Association
(CSA) Sustainable Forest Management standard since
July 2000. An important component of the CSA
standard is public participation from various interests
and sectors. Canfor is actively seeking local members
from the public who may be: employed in,
representative of, or have knowledge in, one of the
following categories:
Communities
Environment
Mining
Trapping
Guide Outfitting
Recreation
Space is limited to 2 representatives for each category.
Committee meets 2-3 times annually. Committee
membership is voluntary however travel allowances are
provided for those who are residents of Tumbler Ridge,
and Hudson Hope.
For more information
please contact Jolene Fellhauer at
250-788-4361
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Private and corporate
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Call or email Sheryl for details at
250-401-2034 or [email protected]
Shelly’s Pooch Parlour
3579 WEST HAYWARD, CHETWYND
Open Mon - Sat 8am - 8pm
Certified Dog Groomer
Phone 250-788-1030
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