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Volume 47 Number 44
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18 November, 2014
4 Wing, Legion Happy With
Remembrance Day Parade
Weather
Tuesday
Wednesday
High -8 oC
Low -11oC
High -10 oC
Low -17oC
Chance of Flurries
Sunny
Thursday
Friday
High -8 oC
Low -14 oC
Chance of Flurries
High -9oC
Low -13oC
Chance of Flurries
The weather is provided by
The 4 Wing Meteorology Office
Local 8001
Local News
4 Wing Welcomes 2
CADTC
NFTC Logs 100,000 3
Hours in CT-155 Hawks
LCU Sending Card to 4
Deployed Troops
MPs, MADD Launch 4
“Project Red Ribbon”
Remembrance Day 7
Health Promotion
8
42 Radar Sqn Mourns 10
HCol Jack Ward’s Passing
Cpl Manuela Berger
National News
Camps Named for WO Vincent, Cpl Cirillo
6
Sports
I/S Standings
8
Entries Open for Charity12
Volleyball Tournament
Weekly
MFRC Bulletin Board 6
Classified Section
9
Padre’s Corner
10
Entertainment
11
The Royal Canadian Legion Colour Party marches past the cenotaph at the conclusion of the Remembrance Day Parade at the
Cold Lake Energy Centre.
Jeff Gaye
the first time. The City of Cold
Lake supported the ceremony
WCWO Bob Viel and by offering the use of the
Legion Branch 211 President Energy Centre at no cost.
Todd Rorke are pleased with
Three flights of 4 Wing
last Tuesday’s Remembrance personnel, a Legion Colour
Day parade.
Party, cadets and both 4
“I thought it was super,” Wing bands were on parade.
Rorke said. “It went really well In his address, Acting Wing
– I thought it was great when Commander LCol Joe Mullins
everyone clapped as the troops remembered Canada’s war
marched off.”
dead, veterans and serving
The ceremony was a military members, and said
combined effort, bringing the that the past is linked to the
4 Wing Remembrance Day present.
Parade and Royal Canadian
“As Canada embarks yet
Legion Cold Lake Branch 211 again alongside her allies to
commemorations together for defend the principles and
values that make us the great
nation we are, we must remain
ever vigilant in our quest to
keep the sacrifices of any and
all past and currently serving
Canadians in the front of our
minds,” he said.
Rorke and CWO Viel say
they have received positive
feedback from all who attended
the ceremony.
“I’ve been hearing nothing
but amazing, amazing stuff
from
everybody,”
CWO
Viel said. “The venue was
absolutely
stunning
with
the big screen and the troops
marching on to the band and
the pipes and drums, the
Legion Colour Party, it was
absolutely perfect.”
CWO Viel said the City of
Cold Lake, and especially the
Energy Centre staff, deserve
credit for their outstanding
support of the parade.
4
Wing
and
Royal
Canadian Legion members
will meet this week to discuss
the ceremony and look at what
improvements can be made.
Rorke and CWO Viel say it’s a
matter of tweaks as opposed to
any major changes.
“The effect we wanted was
achieved,” CWO Viel said.
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In Memoriam
Lieutenant-General
Marquis
Hainse,
Commander
of
the
Canadian Army, has
issued
the
following
statement:
“I
am
deeply
saddened by the news
of the passing of Private
Steven Allen following an
incident that occurred
during an infantry field
training exercise at the
3rd Canadian Division (3
Cdn Div) Training Centre
in Wainwright, Alberta,
on November 3, 2014. In
any situation, the loss of a
soldier is always tragic.
“Private
Allen,
who was training to
become a fully-qualified
Regular Force infantry
soldier, was recruited
out of Victoria, British
Columbia. At the time
of the incident, Private
Allen was posted to the 3
Cdn Div Training Centre
and was participating
in a unit-led activity in
the training area when
the structure he and
another soldier were
occupying
collapsed.
Private Allen completed
his
Basic
Military
Qualification in February
2014 and at the time
of the accident had not
served abroad.
“This tragic accident
serves to remind us of to make a full recovery.
the dangers that the men
“The
safety
and
and women who serve security of all our members
in the Canadian Armed is of utmost importance.
Forces face each day, An investigation will
whether they participate be
conducted
into
in training exercises at the
circumstances
home, or while deployed surrounding this incident
on operations abroad.
to ensure that we continue
“We train as we fight to take every precaution
in war. A loss of life to keep our soldiers safe.
in training is no less
“We
extend
our
significant than a loss of thoughts and prayers to
life in war.
Private Steven Allen’s
“The second soldier family and friends.
injured in the same
“To
the
injured
accident suffered minor soldier, we wish a speedy
injuries and is expected recovery.”
Tuesday, 18 November, 2014
4 Wing Welcomes
CADTC
Jeff Gaye
Capt Walker of 410 Sqn shows various aspects of the CF-18 Hornet to MGen
Lanthier and CWO Chouinard of the Canadian Army Doctrine and Training
Centre.
Jeff Gaye
MGen Lanthier takes the driver’s seat.
Jeff Gaye
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Today’s Club 41
crossword, 34-Across:
“Ed.’s request.”
Okay, I’m on this.
“Ed.,” of course, is the
abbreviation for “editor.”
I am an editor, so this
one should be easy.
What sorts of things do
I request in the course
of a workday?
Donuts, mostly, but
that’s not necessarily
related to my editorship.
Submissions?
More
time? Help?
But
34-across
is only three letters.
The word “editor” is
abbreviated in the
clue, so the answer will
also be some sort of
abbreviation. From the
“Down” clues I figure
out the first two letters:
an S and an A.
I still don’t get it.
Maybe 30-Down
will give me the last
letter. “North American
shorebird?” Thanks for
nothing.
I continue with
the rest of the puzzle
and finally I have it
all figured out except
that vexing “editor’s
request” (and of course
the stupid shorebird).
Finally I admit defeat.
I look up the
shorebird to see what
it was that stumped
me. “Pewee,” as it turns
out. That means the
“editor’s request” is
SAE.
What the heck is
SAE? I tried looking
it up online and in my
many “How To Be A
Editer” manuals, but to
no avail. The nearest
thing I could find is
SASE, which I recognize
as
“self-addressed
stamped envelope,” an
important tool editors
use
for
returning
rejected manuscripts
to aspiring writers.
This is what people
mean by “meta,” I
think: a crossword clue
about an editor, which
stumps an editor, who
discovers that it is
actually an error that
an editor should have
caught.
I’m not blaming
the error for my defeat.
If I knew my North
American shorebirds I
would have solved the
puzzle.
I was beaten by a
pewee.
From the Editor’s Desk
News
Tuesday, 18 November, 2014
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NFTC Logs 100,000 Hours in CT-155 Hawks
jeff gaye
Peter
Boniface,
General Manager at
NATO
Flying Bombardier
Military
Training
in
Canada Aviation Training, called
(NFTC)
logged
its the 100,000 hours a
100,000th hour in CT- significant
milestone
155 Hawk trainer jets for a relatively small
October 15.
fleet. “We are the only
NFTC is a consortium Hawk fleet in the world
of
companies
that of this size to achieve this
provides flying training 100,000 hours milestone,”
to several NATO air he said.
“It is truly a testament
forces including the
RCAF. Bombardier is to the success of the
and
the lead company in the collaboration
partnership
between
consortium.
Bombardier and the Royal Systems (BAE).”
including 12 in Moose
Canadian Air Force along
BAE built the CT-155 Jaw and six in Cold Lake.
with our strategic sub- Hawks used by NFTC.
The 100,000th hour was
contractors,
especially
The NFTC fleet flown in Moose Jaw on
British
Aerospace consists of 18 Hawks, a training flight with a
student and an instructor
pilot on board.
NFTC has been
training NATO pilots
since 2000.
Submitted
Cake celebrating 100,000 flying hours.
Submitted
Two CT-155 Hawk trainer jets in flight.
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Tuesday, 18 November, 2014
LCU Sending Card
to Deployed Troops
The Courier Staff
Public Affairs
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Manager
Connie Lavigne
Editor/Reporter
Jeff Gaye
Production Coordinator
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Deadline
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the following Tuesday
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Lakeland
Credit
Union has a message
for deployed 4 Wing
personnel, and they
invite everyone to sign
the card.
The Cold Lake and
Bonnyville
branches
have set out large
placards
with
the
message “Home of the
Free, Thanks to the Viel last week to write
Brave.” Cold Lake branch the first messages on
manager Rob Brassard the card. Brassard says
says the general public, when the cards fill up,
Credit Union members the Credit Union will
and non-members, is add more. He said he’d
welcome to come in and love to send lots of filled
add a personal message.
cards to the troops in
Mayor
Craig Kuwait.
Copeland was joined
Those who sign the
by Acting 4 Wing card may also enter a
Commander LCol Joe draw for a print of a CFMullins and WCWO Bob 18 Hornet in flight.
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Jeff Gaye
Lakeland Credit Union staff were joined by Cold Lake Mayor Craig Copeland,
A/W Comd LCol Joe Mullins and WCWO Bob Viel to sign a card expressing
support to deployed personnel.
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Launch “Project
Red Ribbon”
Jeff Gaye
crashes each year.
“With
every
red
Members of 11 MP ribbon that’s worn, we are
Flight were joined by the reminding people that
Cold Lake chapter of the deaths and injuries
Mothers Against Drunk caused
by
impaired
Driving (MADD) for an driving are 100 per cent
informational CheckStop preventable, and that
on November 7.
each and every person
The
CheckStop has the power to prevent
was part of the launch impaired driving,” said
activities for MADD’s MADD Canada National
annual
red
ribbon President
Angeliki
campaign.
From Souranis.
November 1, 2014 to
Cpl Putnin says the
January 5, 2015, MADD red ribbon campaign
Canada Chapters across is timely. “Christmas
the country will distribute is around the corner,
millions of red ribbons and we have to make
for Canadians to tie on people understand that
their vehicles, key chains, drinking and driving
purses, briefcases and won’t be tolerated. It’s
backpacks.
dangerous to drivers and
Cpl Yuri Putnin of 11 their passengers, and to
MP Flight says community everybody on the road,”
projects like the red he said.
ribbon campaign are
MADD Canada, its
valuable in discouraging police
partners
and
impaired driving. “We sponsors are urging
always help MADD out Canadians
to
make
and check for impaired this holiday season free
drivers,” he said. The from impaired driving
partnership between the crashes:
MPs and MADD, he says,
• Don’t
drive
goes back “probably as impaired.
• Don’t ride with
long as MADD has been
an impaired driver.
in Cold Lake.”
• Call 911 if you
Project Red Ribbon
targets the Christmas see a driver you suspect is
and New Year holiday impaired.
Anyone who wishes
season because it is the
busiest time of year on to support Project Red
most social calendars Ribbon with a donation
and the risk for impaired can do so online through
driving is high. The red the web site, by calling
or
ribbon is a symbol of the 1-800-665-6233
wearers’
commitment by texting “madd” to
to sober driving, and a 45678 (a $5.00 one-time
tribute to the thousands donation is added to the
of Canadians who are donor’s cell phone bill
killed and injured in and payable to his or her
i m p a i r m e n t - r e l a t e d service provider).
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Cold Lake Craft Show
A great sale at Cold Lake Exhibition Park. On Saturday,
November 15 from 10 am to 5 pm. Free admission. Nonperishable food items to be donated to the Christmas
Food Hamper Project would be greatly appreciated! For
information call Pat @ 780-594-4610.
Annual Craft Show
Willow Prairie Ag Society presents the annual craft show
at La Corey Hall. (West on Highway 55 to La Corey).
Saturday, November 22 from 10 am - 5 pm. A mix of home
businesses and crafters. Concession in hall. Will be raffling
a quilt made by La Corey Quilting Ladies. Donations to
food bank would be appreciated. Contact MaryAnne
Leroux at 780-826-5041 or [email protected] for more
information.
Riverhurst Craft and Home Business Sale
At the Riverhurst Hall on Hwy 55 West of Cold Lake.
Saturday, December 6 and Sunday, December 7 from 10
am to 4 pm each day. Concession is available. Contact
Rodger at 780-639-2142 for more information.
Watch for our float in the upcoming Santa Claus Parade.
Mark your calendars for
our annual Family Christmas
Celebration coming up on
December 6th. This year’s
theme is “ The Polar Express”.
Upcoming Events
Mom’s Night Out
A series of get-aways for
mom! Last Thursday of every
month at the Grand Centre
Branch (6-8 pm).
No registration fee. Please
contact the library to sign-up.
November: Pallet Signs
January:
Budgeting
and
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Coupon Sharing
February: Painting Class
March: Facial Tips
April: Bath Bombs
May: Essential Oils
June: Flower Arranging
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Campbell Soup Labels. These
labels are redeemable for
musical
instruments,
art
supplies, and materials for
our Home Resource Centre.
Please include the label
and
barcode
on
all
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Tuesday, 18 November, 2014
Camps Named for WO Vincent, Cpl Cirillo
DND
Canadian
Armed
Forces members deployed
on Operation Impact are
commemorating
WO
Patrice Vincent and Cpl
Nathan Cirillo by naming
two locations after the
members.
One of the locations
of Air Task Force - Iraq
has been named Camp
Vincent, in honour of
WO Vincent, who was a
member of the RCAF.
Likewise,
the
operations
base
of
Canadian
Special
Operations
Forces
Command in Iraq is
now called Patrol Base
Cirillo in honour of
Cpl Cirillo, a Canadian
Army Reserve soldier
with The Argyll and
Sutherland Highlanders
of Canada.
The
dedication
of Camp Vincent and
Patrol Base Cirillo is an
initiative of the deployed
CAF personnel. It is
intended to pay tribute
to both Warrant Officer
Patrice
Vincent
and
Corporal Nathan Cirillo,
as well as all those who
have died in service on
home soil.
The naming of Camp
Vincent and Patrol Base
Cirillo took place on
Remembrance Day.
WO
Vincent,
a
member of the Joint
Personnel Support Unit,
Integrated
Personnel
Support Centre St-Jean,
Cpl Cirillo was a
died as a result of injuries member of the Argyll and
sustained in Saint-Jean- Sutherland Highlanders
sur-Richelieu,
Quebec, of Canada (Princess
on October 20.
Louise’s)
based
in
Hamilton, Ontario. He
died as a result of injuries
sustained while on duty
at the National War
Memorial on October 22.
Canadian Forces Combat Camera
Canadian Armed Forces members stand in front of the new Camp Patrice Vincent commemorative wall at the Remembrance Day
ceremony in Kuwait during Operation IMPACT on November 11.
MFRC Bulletin Board
Wing Enjoys Friday Fling
P.O. Box 5260, Station Forces
Cold Lake, Alberta T9M 2C3
Tel: (780) 594-6006
Fax: (780) 594-5776
Email: [email protected]
Hours of Operation:
Mon - Fri 8:00 am to 4:30 pm
November Events:
November 18th: Resume Writing 9 am - 1 pm and Interview Skills 1 pm - 4 pm at
the MFRCS .
November 19th: Cooking Class: Cake Decorating 6 pm - 9 pm, please contact the
MFRCS for more information.
November 21st: Youth Steering Committee. 5 pm at the Youth Centre.
November 21st: Teen Family Friday Event 7 pm - 9 pm at the Youth Centre (free).
November 22nd: Babysitting Course at the MFRCS.
November 22nd: Women’s Self Defence Course. 9 am to 4 pm (with 1h for lunch)
Join us for a full day for a self defence course taught by 5th degree black belt
Russell Forster, Master Instructor of the Cold Lake Korean Hapkido Institute.
His incredible flexibility has enabled him to perfect kicking techniques to an
outstanding degree. His outgoing nature and pleasant personality have enabled
him to capture the imagination of children and adults alike, passing on his
incredible skills to both junior and adult students. Russell was a member of the
Canadian Armed Forces for ten years, during which time the lifetime of discipline
learned through hapkido, served him well. Please register by 14 November. Cost
will be $10.
November 24th: Leadership Group. “Tell me and I forget; show me and I
remember; involve me and I understand.” Led by our Community Services
Abilities Practitioner Pennylynn Heffner.
December 2nd: Outdoor Winter Planter Workshop- Create a beautiful outdoor
winter planter for your home. Participants must attend with planter filled with
gravel and soil. All other materials supplied.
December 4th: Montreal Canadiens Alumni Hockey Game. Subsidized tickets
($10 plus GST) can be picked up at Col JJ Parr Sports Centre.
Jeff Gaye
People began arriving shortly after the doors opened for the 4 Wing Fling on
Friday, November 7.
Jeff Gaye
4 Wing members and their families got together for food and fun.
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Remembrance Day
Cpl Audrey Solomon
LCol Joe Mullins, A/W Comd, salutes during the playing of the National Anthem.
Cpl Manuela Berger
211 Royal Canadian Legion Veteran Donald Duggard addresses the parade.
Cpl Audrey Solomon
Members of the 4 Wing Vigil Party, stand their post during the Remembrance
Day ceremony.
Corporal Elena Vlassova
David Yurdiga, right, MP for Athabasca, 1 AMS Commanding Officer LCol John
Alexander and 1 AMS CWO Greg Fleet pay respects at the Remembrance Day
Service in Lac La Biche.
Cpl Manuela Berger
Members of 4 Wing march onto the parade square.
Cpl Manuela Berger
Members of 4 Wing and the Cold Lake community gather for the 2014 Remembrance Day Parade in the Energy Centre.
Personnel Support Programs
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Tuesday, 18 November, 2014
Do You REALLY Know How
Much You Are Affected?
Derek Coe,
Health Promotion
Director
November
12-26
marks
the
National
Addictions
Awareness
Campaign which focuses
specifically on alcohol
addiction and misuse/
abuse. I know what
you’re thinking: we know
drinking and driving is
bad because we’ve heard
it over and over again.
While most of us may
know this by now, many
people
underestimate
the extent to which
alcohol impairs their
ability to perform fine
motor skills – the skills
you need to drive, work
or play safely. And to top
it all off, it’s common to
underestimate how much
we have consumed. This
means that we think we’re
fine to drive after having
two drinks, when we’ve
actually had three drinks
without realizing it.
If you’re not sure
what I mean, let me draw
your attention to what a
standard drink is.
A standard drink
is 12 ounces of beer
(341 ml, or a bottle) at
5 per cent alcohol; five
ounces of wine (142 ml)
at 12 per cent alcohol; or
1.5 ounces of liquor (43
ml) at 40 per cent alcohol.
Where we often get
confused is when we order
a drink, the beer or wine
glass we get may have
more than one standard
drink in it. “Only one
drink” often turns out to
be more than “only one
drink.”
T
h
i
s
misunderstanding often
leads people to have a
false sense of security
when getting behind the
wheel because after all,
“I’ve only had two drinks,
so I’m good to drive.”
This false confidence
about our driving abilities
unfortunately leads to
impairment
charges,
accidents and, in severe
circumstances, death.
Please help keep
our roads safe and
drink responsibly. Find
a designated driver, call
a taxi, or simply don’t
drink if you’re planning
on driving.
Do you want to
know how much you are
affected
by
alcohol?
Stop by the Health
Promotion office at any
time, or have us come to
your unit so that you can
try out our Fatal Vision
goggles. I promise you’ll
be surprised!
For more information
on alcohol or other
drug addictions, abuse,
misuse and where you or
someone you know can
go for help, please visit
Mental Health, located
on the second floor of
the CANEX; the Health
Promotion office located
on the second floor of the
Col JJ Parr Sports Centre;
or visit www.forces.gc.ca/
wastedtime.
Derek Coe
Wearing goggles that simulate the effects of alcohol consumption, Cpl Bruce
McLellan struggles to keep his balance while attempting to maneuver his way
around cones as part of a fun, interactive demonstration for the Addictions
Awareness Campaign.
4 Wing Community
Library
Located in the Art Smith Aviation Academy Building
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EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES
Serious Entrepreneurs Only!!
Avis Budget Group, a leader in the vehicle rental industry, is currently looking for
individuals with an entrepreneurial spirit to operate an agency location based in
Cold Lake, Alberta.
As an entrepreneur within our company, you will be operating the Cold Lake location
like it is your own business. The attributes and qualities you possess include:
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Keen ability to recognize sales and business development opportunities
Innovative performers that are capable of developing new ways of
increasing revenues
A sense of urgency and tenacity with a strong desire to close a deal quickly
An ability to develop profitable business relationships
Unlike “franchise” opportunities, there is limited investment required.
Become part of a select group of business people who have successfully utilized
their management skills and taken their entrepreneurial spirit to a new level of
success! Send your resume to: [email protected]
Looking for extra money for Christmas?
Walmart is now hiring for the following positions...Cashiers,
overnights, 1st shift instock, and Fresh associates. We have
Full-time positions available.
We offer:
• Full Health and Dental
• 10% discount
• Profit sharing
• Scholarship Programs
• Travel discounts
• Maternity top-up benefits
Please apply online www.yourwalmartcareer.ca or in store.
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Now Hiring...
4 Wing Cold Lake
Personnel Support Programs
Permanent Part Time Position
Fitness and Sports Instructor
Head Librarian
A Career Where you Can Make a Difference!
4 Wing prides itself on offering diverse and responsive fitness, sports
and recreation programming to our military members, their families,
the Defence Team and the local community. The facilities to support
this programming are equally impressive, including three ice rinks, a
large gymnasium, a weight/cardio room, an aquatic centre, sports fields,
a community campground, skateboard facilities and a climbing wall to
name just a few.
The 4 Wing Community Library is open to the community of Cold Lake
and surrounding areas. Thanks to donations by community members,
there are close to 24,000 books, reference material and other media
available.
As part of our team, you would display the following shared competencies:
organizational knowledge, client service, communication, teamwork,
innovation and leadership.
BENEFITS TO YOU:
Dedicated programs including new employee orientation program and
on-the-job training
*Part time applications will be accepted from
Canadians and Permanent Residents currently living in Canada*
Competitive Benefits including:
•
Savings plans (TFSA, RRSPs)
•
Educational Assistance
•
Facilities on base available to employees
(i.e. Fitness facility, Swimming pool, etc)
•
Shop at CANEX– option for “no interest” credit plan
Personnel Support Programs
Col JJ Parr Sports Centre
4 Wing Cold Lake
Temporary Full Time (31 March 2015)
with possible extension
A Career Where you Can Make a Difference!
4 Wing prides itself on offering diverse and responsive fitness, sports
and recreation programming to our military members, their families,
the Defence Team and the local community. The facilities to support
this programming are equally impressive, including three ice rinks, a
large gymnasium, a weight/cardio room, an aquatic centre, sports fields,
a community campground, skateboard facilities and a climbing wall to
name just a few.
The Col JJ Parr Sports Centre has been in Cold Lake since its opening
on 16 September 1999. Within the Sports Centre we have a variety of
services including two ice rinks, a pool, various sports courts (squash,
racquetball and basketball), physiotherapy services, a mini gym, weight
room and spin class room.
The Canadian Forces Morale & Welfare Support is an organization
committed to enhancing the morale & welfare of the Military community,
ultimately contributing to the operational readiness & effectiveness of
the Canadian Armed Forces (CAF). For more information on who we
are, please visit us at www.cfmws.com.
As part of our team, you would display the following shared competencies
organizational knowledge, client service, communication, teamwork,
innovation and leadership.
How to apply: Online at www.cfmws.com under our career section or
via email to [email protected] quoting competition # CLK14-068. This competition closes on 22 November 2014 at 23:59 hrs
Pacific Time.
We offer:
A defined benefit pension plan
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Paid vacation and 11 paid Statutory Holidays
•
A comprehensive benefit plan (health, dental, vision, life
insurance, sick leave, long-term disability insurance…)
Salary range from $21.38 - $23.20 per hour
•
•
Access to CANEX “No Interest Credit Plan” on retail purchases
•
Professional Development (formal individual learning/career
development plans, Tuition Assistance Program and Advanced
Learning Program, special projects/assignments)
Free use of 4 Wing Sports and Recreation Facilities
•
We thank all applicants in advance for their interest in this position,
however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.
For more information about the position please visit our website at
www.cfmws.com.
Salary: $14.88/hour - $16.50/hour
Place your classified ad with us for only
$7.50 + GST/week (up to 30 words) or
$10.00 + GST/week (up to 60 words)
Serving Those Who Serve
Now Hiring...
The Canadian Forces Morale & Welfare Support is an organization
committed to enhancing the morale and welfare of the Military
community, ultimately contributing to the operational readiness
and effectiveness of the Canadian Armed Forces (CAF). For more
information on who we are, please visit us at www.cfmws.com.
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780-594-0340 [email protected] fax: 780-594-6633
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Tuesday, 18 November, 2014
42 Radar Sqn Mourns HCol Jack Ward’s Passing
Jeff Gaye
42 Radar Squadron
has lost an important
member of its extended
family with the recent
passing
of
former
Honorary Colonel John
“Jack” Ward.
HCol Ward passed
away
October
31at
the age of 82 years. He
was
the
squadron’s
first Honorary Colonel,
serving in that role from
2005 to 2009. John Smith,
who was the Squadron
Warrant
Officer
at
the time, remembers
nominating HCol Ward
for the role.
“Jack used to be the
Operations Officer at 42
Radar Squadron, and he
was a charter member of
the Air Force Association
in town,” Smith said.
Since part of an Honorary
Colonel’s role is to act
as a liaison between
the squadron and the
community, Smith said,
“the fact that he is from
here was a big bonus.”
“With his background,
he could come in and
chat with the squadron
members and tell them
about our history and
customs,” Smith said.
And as for making
connections at mess
dinners and military
functions, “he knew his
way around the table.”
“It was like magic,
watching
him
move
through a room talking
with Generals one minute,
and Privates the next. It
didn't matter whether it
was a formal mess dinner
or cold rainy days under
canvas, Jack always made
the time for anyone and
everyone.”
Col Frank Ebner, who
was CO of the squadron
during HCol Ward’s term,
agrees. “He provided
squadron members with
a link to RCAF history,”
he said. This “enhanced
their
dedication
to
military duty and pride
in their community.”
“Quite simply, 42
Radar was a more
effective squadron as a 784 Wing in Cold Lake.
result of Jack's efforts,” Current
and
former
Col Ebner said.
HCol Ward’s military
experience was an asset
at Honorary Colonel
conferences, where many
participants do not have
military
backgrounds.
“Jack
knew
exactly
what it was all about,”
Smith said. “He spoke
the language of the
military, he knew all the
acronyms.”
Current 42 Radar
Squadron CO Maj Olivier
Lefrancois said HCol
Ward was handpicked
for the position for “his
passion, professionalism
and leadership.”
HCol
Ward
will
be remembered “for
his camaraderie and
unremitting
support
to
any
endeavours
undertaken
by
the
squadron,”
Maj
Lefrancois said.
A
Service
of
Remembrance was held
on Friday, November 7 at
the Air Force Association
members of 42 Radar
Squadron attended the
memorial and served as
honorary pallbearers.
Submitted
Padre Christopher Willis, New Padre on the Block
The courier
Cold Lake is Captain
Christopher Willis’ first
posting in the CAF, but
life in northern Alberta
is familiar territory for
him.
Padre
Chris,
as
he likes to be known,
brings a wealth of
civilian pastoral ministry
experience to his new
role. He moved with his
wife Irene to Bezanson,
near Grande Prairie, in
December 2004 and
This
call
is
led an Evangelical Free
Church there for nine stimulated from his own
growing
years. Prior to that he background
served as an associate up outside the church.
pastor working mainly “The story of my life has
with teenagers in two really been about being
different churches in the new guy or the
the interior of British outsider trying to break
in,” he said. “I became a
Columbia.
“The military is a Christian as a teenager
totally new environment and no one in my family
for me,” he says, “but was a church goer.” He
I’ve been drawn to the found a new spiritual
chaplaincy out of a call home and family in the
to have a ministry that Baptist Church he first
is engaged more in the attended even though
public square.”
at first he didn’t fit the
[Across from Art Smith Aviation Academy]
Sacraments
Chapel Life Programming
All local military/DND and visiting military/
DND personnel and their families are welcome
and encouraged to join our opportunities of
worship, social events, and charitable service
activities. St. Mark’s Ladies Guild and St. Mark’s
Men’s Fellowship are always open to receiving new
members.
• Men’s Monthly Fellowship Breakfast,
last Saturday of the month 8:30 am,
September to May.
• Military Christian Fellowship, Wednesdays
11:30 am - 1:00 pm, September to June.
he said.
That call eventually
led to assuming the
pastorate of a rural
church
in
Northern
Alberta. “I’m a city
boy, and so it was quite
a novelty I think for
my church to have me
come and join them,
but I broke in by riding
combines, pickin’ roots,
processing cattle and
skeet shooting.”
“I’m still a city boy,
but the most important
thing I could do to break
Padre’s Corner
St. Mark’s Protestant Chapel
For information on Spiritual guidance, Baptism, or
to register for Marriage Preparation Courses call the
office. You must register six months in advance and
please note that marriage preparation is required.
Funerals and memorial services can be requested by
first contacting our Administrative Assistant.
mold. “I didn’t know the
Christian lingo. I was
more rocker than deacon
material at the time.”
Padre Chris grew up
in suburban Toronto, but
left for the West Coast to
pursue a BA in Religion
twenty years ago. When
he told his parents that
God was calling him
into the ministry they
were a little shocked, but
supportive. “I think to
that point they thought I
was going through some
kind of religious phase,”
Sunday Service
10:30 am Divine Worship
Communion - 1st Sunday of the month
Sunday School - September to June
Chaplains - Protestant
Padre William Hubbard (Anglican) ........... 8165
Padre Henry Hoy (Anglican) .................... 7975
Padre Christopher Willis (EFCC) ............ 7716
Holy Name Roman Catholic Chapel
[Corner of Kingsway and Queensway]
Sacraments
Sunday Eucharist
11:00 am in English
Children’s Liturgy - September to June
Chaplains - Roman Catholic
Padre Marian Korzeniowski ..................... 8170
Padre Elisabeth Duggan CLC .....................8169
Administrative Assistant: Nicole Laframboise..….....................7969
You may call her for more information or to register.
[Our offices are located in Building 115 next to the CFHA.]
in was to be present in
their world. To listen,
learn, care and seek to
understand where they
are coming from.”
This is the same
approach he is seeking
to take as a new
chaplain. “It doesn’t
matter
to
me
if
someone is a Christian
or of another faith or no
faith at all. I just think
it’s the greatest work to
be able to extend people
grace, and to help and
serve them.”
Information on Baptism, 1st Reconciliation, 1st
Communion, Confirmation, Holy Matrimony, Holy
Orders/Ordination, or Sacrament of the Sick, you may
contact any of the RC chaplains or the Administrative
Assistant. A pre-matrimony (marriage) course is
mandatory with a minimum of six months - preferably
one year - notice prior to the intended wedding date.
Sacrament/Anointing of the Sick or Sacrament of
Reconciliation can be at any opportunity upon request to
a priest. Funerals and memorial services can be requested
by first contacting our Administrative Assistant.
Chapel Life
All local RC military/DND and visiting RC military/
DND personnel and their families are welcome and
encouraged to join our opportunities of worship, social
events, and charitable service activities. Catholic
Women’s League and Knights of Columbus are
always open to receiving new members. Additionally,
confidential pastoral counselling in regard to personal
faith, family, or employment related matters can be
available upon request/appointment.
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Thursdays 7 pm - 9 pm
Saturdays 10 am - 12 pm
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1. Eating ___, e.g forks
9. Runs off (with)
15. Guard
16. Appetizer
17. Not morally pure
18. One who works strenuously
19. “Much ___ About
Nothing”
20. Physician
22. Be a kvetch
23. “___ of the Flies”
25. Deck out (2 wds)
26. Halftime lead, e.g.
27. Contemptuous look
29. Young seal
31. Setting for TV’s “Newhart”
32. Economical
34. Ed.’s request (acronym)
35. After expenses
36. Plagiarizes
38. Cheese choice
40. Formerly known as
41. “C’___ la vie!”
43. “Absolutely!”
44. C.S.A. state
45. 200 milligrams
47. Character
51. O. Henry’s “The Gift of
the ___”
53. Examines closely
55. “That hurt!”
56. Bad day for Caesar
57. Wet slapping sounds
59. Drone, e.g.
60. Dwarfed, ornamental
tree
62. Capable of being
reduced
64. Sequentially (2 wds)
65. Sour cherry trees
66. Holdings
67. Cuspids
DOWN
1. Customary things
2. Sinew
3. “More!”
4. ___ power
5. Thailand, once
6. Atlas enlargement
7. Anticlimax
8. Santa’s conveyance
9. Substance emanating
from medium during
trance
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11. Chilled (2 wds)
12. Defenders of causes
13. Large table centerpiece
River Ridge Café
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14. Snake
21. Hints
24. Kosher ___
28. Renaissance fiddle
30. N. Am. flycatcher
33. Murderers
36. Pale green-glazed Chinese porcelains
37. Substances used in
chemical reactions
39. “What’s gotten ___
you?”
40. African country whose
HOROSCOPES
Capricorn - December 22 - January 19
Cautious Capricorn. You’ve watched your step for far too long.
Take a leap. A book brings home a point. You would be wise to
follow the advice given.
Aquarius - January 20 - February 18
Yeah, yeah, Aquarius. You may feel you’re destined for a job,
but that doesn’t mean others will. You will have to prove yourself
worthy this week.
Pisces - February 19 - March 20
Some opportunities knock only once. Don’t miss out, Pisces.
Passion ignites and love blooms. A financial snafu turns out to
be in your favor.
Aries - March 21 - April 19
Your dedication is much to be admired, but even Aries has to
cut loose once in a while. Take a break and have some fun.
Your sanity depends upon it.
Taurus - April 20 - May 20
Phooey, Taurus. You’ve heard it all before. Take a pass. New
revenue opens up old avenues. Explore all of the options before
you take a bite.
Gemini - May 21 - June 21
The stage is set for victory. Make sure you’re onboard, Gemini.
A gift gets the conversation flowing. Now it’s time to get down to
business.
Cancer - June 22 - July 22
Cool, calm Cancer. You’re good in a crisis, and that will come
in handy this week. A friend pushes the envelope one too many
times. Be there for them.
Leo - July 23 - August 22
Lost Leo. You’ve been muddling your way through a home
improvement project for a while now. Perhaps it’s time to
swallow your pride and bring in the pros.
Virgo - August 23 - September 22
Your character will be tested this week, Virgo. Stay strong. An
email points you in a new direction regarding your finances. Do
your homework.
Libra - September 23 - October 22
Less is not always more, Libra. If you feel the need to add to the
festivities, then by all means, do. A dream is so close, yet so far
away.
Scorpio - October 23 - November 21
You’re no scrooge, Scorpio, but you know how to save. A friend
could use some help in that area. Show them the ropes. A text
clues you in to a situation.
Sagittarius - November 22 - December 21
Silliness is encouraged this week, Sagittarius. Invite the gang
over and have a few laughs. The to-do list grows. Choose your
helpers carefully.
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43. “Way to go!”
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49. Feral feline
50. Expression of mild annoyance
52. Any Time
54. Gawk
58. “Let it stand”
61. “A jealous mistress”:
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63. A pint, maybe
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The Courier News & Publishing
Tuesday, 18 November, 2014
Entries Open for Charity
Volleyball Tournament
Jeff Gaye
teams can combine forces embrace
their
“new
for the tournament. “This normal”
through
I n t e r - s e c t i o n is separate from Inter- participation in sports
volleyball league play will section league,” league and other activities. Kiely
be suspended to make vice-president
Kevin says every penny raised
room for the annual Kiely said.
will go directly to the
Charity
Volleyball
There is no set entry charity.
Tournament.
fee – entry is by donation,
“We
don’t
spend
Tournament games so teams may donate any of the entry money
will be played on weekday whatever they manage on prizes or trophies.
lunch hours beginning to raise. The beneficiary The prize for winning
November
24.
Inter- will be Soldier On, is
strictly
bragging
section teams can enter, which helps ill and rights,” he said. “The
or squadrons with two I/S injured
veterans
to tournament is a good
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time to get together
and play, and not
worry about winning or
losing.”
The
deadline
for entries is Friday,
November
21,
and
play begins November
24. The format for the
tournament – single or
double knockout – will be
determined based on the
number of participating
teams.
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