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    ONCE UPON A TIME...

    Brooks family seeking truth

    BY SHAUN THOMAS PRINCE RUPERT / The Northern View

    The family of Justin Brooks, the 21-year-old whose body was pulled from Prince Rupert Har-bour on March 4, say they have lost confidence in the RCMP and are now turning to residents for more infor-mation on what happened the night Justin lost his life.

    RCMP say the coroners ser-vice determined Justin did not have any seri-ous injuries that would have contributed to his death, and that the cause of death is drowning.

    The family alleges RCMP have conducted in-terviews with people believed to have seen Justin the night he lost his life and RCMP told them the stories of those involved appear to match-up: A group of people assaulted Justin and left him by the old CN station, but he was alive when they left him there and nobody knows how he ended up in the harbour.

    Rupert real estate market smokingFirst quarter rings up staggering $18 million in sales

    BY SHAUN THOMAS PRINCE RUPERT / The Northern View

    Prince Ruperts real estate market is booming.

    In the first three months of 2013, 66 properties, worth a combined $18.1 million, sold in Prince Rupert, including 48 single family properties, two townhouses and three parcels of vacant land. That number is up by 38 properties and $14 million compared to the first three months of 2012.

    The numbers also put Prince

    Rupert at the top of the northwest when it comes to realty sales. In Terrace there were 60 properties worth $11.5 million sold, while Kitimat had 18 fewer properties sold for $3 million less, falling

    from 78 properties last year to 60 this year.

    It has been a very strong start to the year and a very good quarter... This increase happened quicker than I thought it would

    this year. I thought we would see this kind of movement in the third quarter, but it came a lot sooner, said Keith Lambourne of Royal LePage Prince Rupert, noting both the residential and commercial sectors were going strong.

    Commercial sales have been a desert for the past several years, but now there is so much interest in town that people are buying. Theyre not just kicking the tires, theyre buying.

    Theyre not just kicking tires, theyre buying.

    - Keith Lambourne

    Weve lost all hope in

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    - Sheri Latimer

    RCMP decision into mans death doesnt add up: Latimer

    See DEATH QUESTIONED on Page 2

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    The average selling price of homes in Prince Rupert was also at a three-year high. Homes in the first quarter of 2013 had an average selling price of $185,918 compared to $168,907 in the first quarter of 2012 and $171,909 in 2011. Lambourne said offers are coming in frequently for homes between $150,00 and $200,000, with a good selection available in the over $200,000 range as well.

    At the end of March, there were 220 properties for sale on the Multiple Listing Service, down from 231 last year but still the highest in the region. Despite the number of properties still listed, Lambourne said there is no reason to expect the real estate market to

    slow down. I dont see why this couldnt

    be sustained for the rest of the year and beyond. There are too many multi-billion dollar interests coming forward in the region for this not to be sustained, he said.

    Charles Hays may have been 100 years early, but I think his vision for Prince Rupert is starting to come around.

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    Despite the alleged assault, RCMP have told the family that foul play has been ruled out in his death.

    It doesnt make sense that he was beaten up and left a few metres from the harbour, but ended up being found in the water... Every-thing the RCMP have said to us doesnt add up at all, said Justins aunt Sheri Latimer.

    They seem to have just given up on the case. Were devastated. The whole family is choked.

    However, RCMP say the investigation is on-going, and they really hope to get away from a number of rumours that have been circulating through town and social media related to the death.

    RCMP investigators and Prince Rupert Victim Services continue to work closely with the victims family and friends, stated Const. Lesley Smith, North District media relations officer.

    Police are still trying to determine the true facts of the case from rumours that have been circulating through social media. False information or speculation can hinder an in-vestigation and therefore concrete evidence and fact-based information is essential for po-lice to determine whether Justin Brooks met with foul play or if this was simply a tragic accident.

    The family is now looking at hiring a pri-vate investigator, and launching a campaign for Justice for Justin.

    Were still looking for information,

    but weve lost all hope in the RCMP, said Latimer.

    The investigation has been made a priority for the RCMP Forensic Unit and the general duty members in the community, Smith said.

    The body of 21-year-old Justin Brooks was discovered in the Prince Rupert Harbour in the early morning hours of March 4.

    Answers hard to come byRCMP want facts, not rumours

    DEATH QUESTIONED from Page 1

    REALTY from Page 1I dont see why this couldnt be

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    - Keith Lambourne

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    Neighbours keeping quiet over Rupert land grab plans

    Boundary expansion fight still expected

    BY MARTINA PERRY PRINCE RUPERT / The Northern View

    Prince Rupert Mayor Jack Mussallem called the Citys proposed boundary expansion a historic moment, but not all of Prince Ruperts neighbours are as ecstatic about the idea.

    If the City is successful in its efforts the expansion would take in three areas of land surrounding Prince Rupert. The first area is to the west and includes Kinahan Islands and most of Digby Island, northwest of Prince Rupert across the harbour to the west of Metlakatla, and east to include Prince Ruperts watershed, meeting Port Edwards boundaries.

    Zeno Krekic, Prince Rupert city planner, has reiterated the expansion isnt trying to assert land ownership, but simply rule regulations of the land.

    The District of Port Edward met with Mayor Jack Mussallem and Dan Rodin, acting city manager, to discuss the extension last month.

    District of Port Edward Mayor Dave MacDonald said they are waiting to receive a referral from the City of Prince Rupert, and will give their opinion of the expansion at that time. At this point the district isnt

    against the entire expansion, just the area encroaching on Port Edwards boundaries.

    We believe in working together, and Im sure well be able to iron out where things will be, he said.

    Barry Pages, board chair of the Skeena-Queen Charlotte Regional District, declined to comment explaining the board hasnt had the opportunity to go over the referral yet, but will when they hold their next meeting on April 19. Included on the regional district board are representatives from Dodge Cove and Crippin Cove, two communities not included in the expansion, but nearing it.

    Harold Leighton, chief executive officer of Metlakatla, was unavailable to comment on the proposed expansion.

    Lax Kwalaams Chief Councillor Garry Reece also did not return requests for comment.

    Im sure well be able to iron out where things will be...

    - Dave MacDonald

    Shaun Thomas / The Northern ViewNorth Coast NDP candidate Jennifer Rice isnt waiting for the writ to drop on the May 14 B.C. provincial election. Rice is already preparing to open her campaign headquarters on Third Avenue West. The opening is tentatively scheduled later this month.

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  • I first heard of this concept from David Black a number of years ago. At the time I was skeptical of its chances. My initially negative attitude was based mainly on my experience of 10 years service on the board of directors of Imperial Oil. Since I was accustomed to the discussion of petroleum economics centered in Calgary, I saw no need for a refinery in Kitimat. That attitude was based on the fact that there had

    not been a new refinery built in North America in many years. And any needed increase in petroleum production was achieved by expansion of existing refineries throughout North America. But after my service with Imperial Oil, I went on to serve 4 years at Canfor which led to my nine visits to China in

    search of lumber markets. My exposure to the phenomenal expansion

    of Chinas economy opened my eyes to the true merit of the Kitimat refinery concept. It made me realize that it would not be just another refinery relying on the North America market but rather a refinery that would supply the vast appetite of China for petroleum products. The challenge will be to draw the attention of Asian investors who would see the value to this investment. It appears that David Black, after many years of effort, is nearing an agreement that could provide the vast capital infusion needed to make this refinery initiative a reality.

    The appetite for oil products for all Asia will continue to grow and the Kitimat refinery is ideally situated to take advantage . Asian countries, especially China, are very interested in securing sustainable supply of resources that will flow freely without undue trade barriers like surprises with taxes, regulations or tariffs. Canada has a good reputation as a free trade country that can be relied on as a dependable source of supply. Now is a very opportune time to attract the vast investment needed to make the Kitimat refinery go ahead.

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    B.C. Press Council: The Northern View is a member of the British Columbia Press Council, a self-regulatory body governing the provinces newspaper industry. The council considers complaints from the public about the conduct of member newspapers. Directors oversee the mediation of complaints, with input from both the newspaper and the complaint holder. If talking with the editor or publisher does not resolve your complaint about coverage or story treatment, you may contact the B.C. Press Council. Your written concern, with documentation, should be sent to B.C. Press Council, 201 Selby St., Nanaimo, B.C. V9R 2R2. For information, phone 888-687-2213 or go to www.BCpresscouncil.org

    The Prince Rupert Northern View, a politically independent community newspaper is a Division of Black Press Group Ltd. and is published every Wednesday in Prince Rupert B.C. at 737 Fraser Street, Prince Rupert, B.C, V8J 1R1. Phone (250) 624-8088, Fax (250) 624-8085. All material contained in this publication is protected by copyright. Reproduction in whole or in part is expressly prohibited without prior consent.

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    The Kitimat Refinery Project

    Jim ShepardGUEST VIEW

    The City of Prince Rupert seems to have found itself between a rock and a hard place with this years budget. The deficit still sits at around $500,000, and a

    solution to balance the books needs to be found and finalized by the time May 15 rolls around. At the last meeting council was presented with a number options, none of which seem appealing.

    On one hand you have the prospect of raising taxes again after tax increases in almost every year in memory. This isnt going to sit well with taxpayers who have, for the most part, seen assessments increase this year and who already complain about how much they have to pay just to live in Prince Rupert.

    Frankly, Prince Rupert taxpayers have been bailing the City out for years on end and, with the spectre of a big increase coming when the new emergency services building comes, need a break.

    On the other hand council could put their own employees on the hook, shutting down City Hall for an extra day to save on payroll. This would be fairly devastating to those workers, amounting to essentially a 20 per cent pay cut, would raise numerous union-related concerns and staff members would likely find a way to express their disdain. From the taxpayer

    perspective, though, the City could be operated as any business would be when times are tough you have to make cutbacks to stay alive because you can only increase the cost to the consumer (taxpayer) so much.

    Another option is the money could be taken out of the $1.7 million reserve. This would certainly have the least visible impact, but if a major piece of infrastructure failed between now and the next fiscal year the City could find itself in an even bigger hole than it is now.

    So putting the burden on the taxpayers once again will likely lead to people facing leaner times personally, cutting the hours of City staff would impact its operations but save the taxpayer

    another increase, and taking from reserves leaves the City financially vulnerable at a time when Mayor Jack Mussallem says bankruptcy is a very real possibility.

    When things get tough, businesses have to make tough decisions. Its no different with the City of Prince Rupert. Passing the buck to the people who use the service should be taken off the table if council expects residents to pay for future needs.

    Whether you agree or not, make sure you let council know your thoughts on April 15.

    City council must stop passing the buck

    Shaun Thomas

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    See GUEST VIEW on Page 7

  • Robust stewardship plan protects harbourPrince Rupert is widely known for its beautiful and pristine natural environ-ment.

    With the rapid growth of port-related business in recent years, and the potential for large-scale development and population influx on the horizon, ensuring Prince Ruperts environmental integrity will be an im-portant challenge over the next decade.

    The Prince Rupert Port Authority (PRPA) recognizes the value and importance of the surrounding wilderness and ecology, and remains committed to fulfilling its legislated mandate of enabling trade in an environmentally, socially and economically sustainable manner.

    In addition to the regulatory requirements already established for port operations and development, PRPA is going beyond what is required to become a leader in sustainability and stewardship.

    This is being accomplished through the creation of PRPAs 2020 Environmental Sustainability Plan (ESP). This plan ensures best practices and procedures are integrated into port operations and are then met or surpassed. The ESP also provides for documentation of environmental conditions, monitoring of those conditions, and the assessment and mitigation of any adverse impacts that are identified.

    One of the first ways this plan is being carried out is with an environmental footprint study, conducted by SNCLavalin Inc., Environmental Division. Beginning in 2012, the study aims to determine a current baseline of conditions around air, noise, water and land, with management plans and recommended actions created for each of these components.

    Among the strategic programs that provide actions for the ESP is Green Marine, the voluntary marine industry initiative that emphasizes improvement of environmental performance. The first West Coast participant in the program in 2010, PRPA has been asked to chair Green Marines newly-formed West Coast Advisory Committee, and has adopted a number of Green Marines priority issues into the ESP. These key issues include air emissions and greenhouse gases, cargo residues, waste management, aquatic invasive species, and community impacts like noise and dust.

    Several programs and actions have already been instituted that allow for baseline conditions to be established and for potential changes to be monitored. Last year PRPA partnered with BCs Ministry of Environment to erect a new weather monitoring station, which will help determine the best location for an air quality monitoring station. PRPA Operations staff are also engaged in water quality sampling at a number of sites around the Port of Prince Ruperts inner and outer harbour, the results of which will inform the baseline conditions to measure against and determine any changes going forward.

    With the 2020 Environmental Sustainability Plan, there is a great deal of work to be done to gather necessary data, create new monitoring programs, establish new partnerships, and much more. The integration and implementation of the ESPs priority programs and management system is establishing a robust framework for environmental stewardship.

    Re:port is a collaborative promotional venture by the Prince Rupert Port Authority and The Northern View.

    Photo courtesy Prince Rupert Port AuthorityMEASURE FOR MEASURE: Prince Rupert Port Authority staff members Hailey McIntyre and Darsen Skaar conduct water quality sampling tests. Regular testing helps track and minimize the environmental impact of activities around Prince Ruperts harbour.

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    David Black, with his years of diligence, deserves our appreciation for displaying the foresight and courage to invest his time, money and reputation to help bring along this huge initiative.

    The positive merits of the Kitimat refinery are so profound that this project is reallybeyond any political persuasion. Any and all supporters of NDP, Liberal, Conservative or even Green should see the tremendous benefits that would come to B.C. with this project.

    This initiative will involve the investment of many billions of dollars. Thats for sure. Its hard for any of us to visualize a million let alone a billion of any thing. So lets look at the on the ground facts of such an undertaking for all of us in BC.

    Lets start with the big picture. When it comes to the benefits of a petroleum cycle from well exploration to the gas station, the jurisdiction that hosts the refining process enjoys a huge portion of the value addition to the raw material. For the KRC Project that would mean several thousand mostly trade union jobs for the multi-year term of the construction phase.

    It would also mean the creation of over 3000 permanent jobs for the operation and supply support of the refinery when running. This refinery would be processing 175 million barrels per year which means the tax revenue that could go toward healthcare, education, vital services for the disabled and elderly would be immense.

    But job creation and tax revenue is not the only desirable feature of the KRC.

    It also would provide much lower risk to the

    marine environment. The shipments out of the refinery would be finished product like aviation fuel, gasoline and diesel These products if ever spilt would be much less impactful on the marine environment. They would also be transported in smaller ships.

    I know there are those on both sides of the political aisle that address this as a political issue. And I would disagree with both. This is a project that can be attractive to all political stripes. Trade unions would see a significant increase in jobs and memberships. Hospitals and schools across the province would see an improvement in government funding. Business activity especially in the challenged north west BC would be very positively impacted. And those with a concern for the threat of marine spills would see a significantly reduced exposure for the environment.

    Based on the huge positive impact this initiative could have on B.C., I think the question should not be if we want it....but rather, how can we help make sure that the petroleum world sees this as an attractive way to invest billions of shareholder capital.

    Jim Shepard is the retired president of Finning and Canfor

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    I think they show everything nicely. I like

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    Theyre not as warm; Theyre cold and pixelated.

    They have a strange effect.

    Theyre brighter. I like them, theyre better.

    They take a long time to get to full brightness. They

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    Refinery only makes senseGUEST VIEW from Page 4

    Letters to the editor

    Editor:Regarding the front page article of the April

    3, The Northern View, Council toying with City Hall closure to meet deficit.

    After reading the entire article, the alternative with least impact would be to take the $500,000 out of the $1.7 million accumulated operating fund surplus from past years.

    That way the city is not in the red for that amount.

    Also as Dan Rodin warned it wouldnt be fiscally prudent to use all of these funds, so dont use all of them, just the amount needed to get the budget out of the red.

    It would be crippling to have to pay more taxes. Everything seems to cost more to live inRupert as it is now.

    Thats the way I see it,Elaine Calli

    Prince Rupert

    The positive merits of the Kitimat refinery are so profound that this project is really beyond

    any political persuasion.

    Use surplus not new taxes

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    Safeway kicking off Easter Seals campaignBY MARTINA PERRY PRINCE RUPERT / The Northern View

    For the month of April Canada Safeways across the country, including Prince Ruperts Safeway, are putting on its annual fund and awareness raising campaign in support of Easter Seals and Special Olympics Canada.

    Throughout the month Safeway customers can donate $2 to the campaign and in return will receive five Air Mile Reward Miles. Money collected will help send

    children with disabilities to Easter Seals Camp this summer, and will support programs offered through Special Olympics throughout the country, including Prince Ruperts Special Olympics program.

    Additionally, the store will be raffling off a BBQ at the end of April.

    Prince Ruperts Safeway is hoping to raise $8,000 this month, having already raised approximately $2,500. Last years April campaign raised more than $1.6 million across Canada.

    Martina Perry / The Northern ViewPictured is Prince Ruperts Special Olympic program coordinator Rudy Kelly, Ranjit Gill, rst assistant manager of Prince Ruperts Safeway, Robbie Jongewaard and Jamie Alexander of the Prince Rupert Ravens Special Olympic basketball team, Dale Segin, Safeway manager, and cashier Jennifer Fuller.

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    Runners ready for gloryBY MARTINA PERRY PRINCE RUPERT / The Northern View

    With five weeks left in the 13 week Learn to Run program, participants are making strides toward being able to compete in the 10 kilometre Glory Days run in May.

    This is the last recovery week where they still have lots of time to practice, then it will kick up to really get that distance in, Amber Sheasgreen, one of the programs coaches, said.

    Learn to Run started in the middle of February, and culminates around the same time as the annual Crest Glory Days running event. The program follows a 13 week gradual walk and run plan developed by the Sport Medicine Council of British Columbia that helps build up partakers running endurance. The group meets three times a week, with just under 10 experienced runners volunteering their time to act as coaches.

    This year more than 80 people registered for the program, with more than half of the participants still regularly attending.

    Some people just want to try running, for some its their kick-off for the year to lose weight, and others want to get involved and meet runners. Were promoting a healthy lifestyle. Anyone can do it, they just need to set goals for themselves, Sheasgreen said.

    The first time we had a 10 minute lap we had a lot of really nervous people, but at the end we had a lot of good feedback Its all about pacing yourself.

    Registration is now starting for Glory Days, which will take place on May 11, with entry forms available at the Crest Hotel, Farwest Sports or online at www.rupertrunners.com. Those taking part in Glory Days can chose to run five or 10 kilometre run, or five kilometre walk.

    But first the 32nd annual Half Marathon and 8 Kilometre race will take place this Sunday starting at the civic centre, with the half marathon starting at 1 p.m. followed by the 8 kilometre at 2 p.m.

    People can register up to the morning of the race, however organizers prefer if people do it at least a day prior. The entry fee includes a T-shirt.

    Martina Perry / The Northern ViewMembers of the Learn to Run program have been hitting the track and hitting the road in preparation for the 10 kilometre Crest Glory Days event on May 11.

    Gala wraps-up skating season

    BY MARTINA PERRY PRINCE RUPERT / The Northern View

    The Prince Rupert Skating Club will be entertaining with its year-end gala this weekend, presenting Candyland in the arena of the Jim Ciccone Civic Centre.

    Skating students from all levels of the skating club will take the ice, presenting routines with a common theme of candy and everything sweet.

    They worked so hard throughout the year so it would be great for the community to come out and support them and acknowledge the work they do. Its going to be a really great show, Kate Toye, a representative from the Prince Rupert Skating Club, said.

    Sheri Pringle, head coach of the club, and freelance coach Tamara Ward also worked hard throughout

    the season helping students with their on-ice skills. The two choreographed the numbers that will be showcased in the Candyland gala.

    There were approximately 80 skaters in the club this year, but because of the lack of ice in the beginning of the season the club did have to fight for those numbers.

    Despite a late start to the season Pringle said skaters performed well at various competitions throughout the year.

    While the skating season is drawing close to its end, the club would like to remind people that new members and volunteers are always welcomed for the coming year.

    Tickets for the Candyland Skating Gala are available at Oceanside Sports, or at the door on the night of the event.

    Skaters will take the ice at 7 p.m. on April 13.

    Grads hitting the iceBY MARTINA PERRY PRINCE RUPERT / The Northern View

    Prior to the amalgamation of high schools, graduating students from both Charles Hays Secondary School and Prince Rupert Secondary School would face off annually in a game of hockey to raise money for the two schools joint prom celebration.

    With Charles Hays now the lone high school in Prince Rupert, Grad Parent Committees have found a way to keep the grad hockey game tradition alive.

    Since the high schools amalgamated into one a couple of years ago weve been trying to get the rivalry going between the grads and upcoming grads Its always more exciting when theres a rivalry, said Tina Cann, who is helping organize the game with Tezi King.

    The Muckers, consisting of 17 graduating students from Charles Hays Secondary School, will take on the Boys with Wood, made up of Grade 11 and 10 students from CHSS and Grade 9 students from Prince Rupert Middle School.

    Grade 12 students Austyn King, Jordan Aubee and Colten Cann were confident the Muckers will come out victorious when they sat down with The Northern View earlier this week.

    Were older, stronger, and weve been going to school longer so we know more than them, Aubee said.

    Going out as champions means more to us. Were not losing, its non-negotiable, King added.

    Players from both teams are accustomed to each others hockey skills, as they have been on Prince Rupert Minor Hockey teams with each other for most of their lives. The All Star game will give graduating students an opportunity for one last exhibition game against their fellow minor hockey players.

    The game is being sponsored by the Prince Rupert Minor Hockey Association, City Furniture, 2nd Avenue Medical Clinic, The Electrician and Panago. The local groups and businesses donated cash and prizes for the fundraising match.

    The doors will open at 6 p.m., with the puck dropping at 6:30 p.m.

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    BY SHAUN THOMASPRINCE RUPERT / The Northern View

    Almost 300 delegates from around the world will be in Prince Rupert next week for the National Aboriginal Business Opportunities Conference.

    This is the third year City has hosted the event, this year running from April 16-18, and organizer Geoff Greenwell of 2G Group said it has only gotten bigger over the years.

    The conference is hugely popular this year. We are sold out and there is a wait list of about 100 people. There is so much interest in Prince Rupert with the resource boom that is coming, so the up-take for this year has been phenomenal... Were sold out at 290 delegates. There were actually only 272 seats available but we were able to create 18 more spaces, he said.

    We have delegates from Asia, the U.S., Europe and all over Canada. Its really a wide range of people. Prince Rupert is very firmly on the map when it comes to international interest and investment opportunities.

    As well as delegates, key players from the energy field will be in attendance. On one panel alone there is Evan Saugstad of Spectra Energy, BG Group Canada acting president Steve Swaffield, Coastal GasLink Pipeline VP Robert Kendel and Pacific Northwest LNG president Greg Kist.

    All of the big players circling Prince Rupert are going to be there... There are also going to be a lot of small and mid-size Canadian companies looking to get contract work and representatives from First Nations in the region including the Tsimshian, Haida, Haisla, Gitxsan, Nisgaa, Tahltan and more, said Greenwell.

    The keynote speakers include CEO of The Blended

    Capital Group investment firm Paul Clements-Hunt who will be discussing project financing and First Resources Impact Ventures president Laurie Sterritt to discuss First Resources Impact Ventures.

    Greenwell said response to the conference among the

    Prince Rupert business community has also been strong with all three major sponsors Northern Savings Credit Union, the Prince Rupert Port Authority and Ridley Terminals being located in the region.

    Were really looking forward to a great event in Prince Rupert, said Greenwell.

    The Northern View archivesThe 2012 National Aboriginal Business Opportunities Conference saw the launch of Embark Engineering, a partnership including the Lax Kwalaams band.

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    BY SHAUN THOMASPRINCE RUPERT / The Northern View

    Port Edward could soon be home to a major camp development to house workers in the region.

    PTI Group Inc., a company that provides housing to workers across the globe, is in discussions with the District of Port Edward to purchase a 40-acre parcel of land for $1 million. PTI Group vice-president of business development Sean Crockett said coming to the North Coast was an easy decision to make.

    Our business is driven by major project construction in areas that are likely to see a major influx of workers... Port Edward is strategically located in close proximity to approximately five major projects, he said.

    We are currently in the due diligence phase of the project, so looking at the feasibility, the site preparation and the community infrastructure to support a housing camp. All of that will help determine the potential of the site, but the potential of the development there depends on the future of the proposed projects, and many of those are in the due diligence phase as well.

    The camps developed by PTI Group Inc. are modular in format, but the development of the site opens up the area for future development by putting things like water and sewer in place.

    Construction is done in a modular format to allow us to add spaces or decrease spaces as demand

    requires... We build modular in construction, but build for the long term, said Crockett

    From the municipal side of things, the District of

    Port Edward is also in the early legal stages of any possible sale to the company.

    Right now we have to legally post notice of our intent to sell the land, but they also have to do their due diligence, said Port Edward chief administrative officer Ron Bedard, noting there are a number of conditions on the sale.

    Legally it probably wont close until the end of June, so there is some time involved there.

    PTI Group is also looking to construct a major housing development in Kitimat to accommodate workers needed for the various projects proposed in that community.

    We are currently in the due diligence phase...

    Sean Crockett

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    RTI has its second biggest month on recordTraffic through Fairview Terminal down 32 per cent this March

    By Shaun ThomaSPRINCE RUPERT / The Northern View

    While Ridley Terminals recorded its second highest monthly volume in the terminals history in March, Fairview Terminal saw a sharp year-over-year decline.

    This March the container terminal handled 35,424 TEUs compared to 52,284 last March, a drop of 32 per cent. Imports last month were down 43 per cent compared to 2012 numbers, while exports were down 19 per cent.

    The moderate volume decrease at Fairview Terminal in March was attributed to both the timing of the Chinese New Year holidays whereby container lines consolidated loading in Asia to pre and post-holiday services, and CN Rail experiencing some winter operating issues attributed to an extended cold period in the prairies that resulted in railcar shortages country-wide, explained the Prince Rupert Port Authority in a statement about the decline.

    This contributed to the Port of Prince Rupert only hosting 10 container ship operations in March rather than the average 13 to 15 calls normally accommodated. Despite this drop

    in volume in March 2013 relative to March 2012, the Port of Prince Rupert year-to-date figures are holding strong with a 6 per cent increase in total TEUs compared to the first quarter of 2012.

    However, the terminal remains slightly ahead of last year through the first quarter. So far in 2013 there have been 134,975 TEUs pass through Prince Rupert compared to 127,785 in the first three months of 2012, a difference of six per cent. Imports are up five per cent this year, with exports up seven per cent.

    Ridley Terminals handle the second highest volume in history in March, moving 1.44 million tonnes of coal. That number is up 26 per cent from last Marchs total of 1.145 million tonnes and is driven by an 86 per cent increase in metallurgical coal and an 89 per cent increase in in petroleum coke. The terminal is on track to smash the record-breaking year experienced in 2012, with total tonnage up 61 per cent to sit at 3.13 million tonnes compared to 1.95 million tonnes last year.

    Also up is Prince Rupert Grain. The terminal handled 476,156 tonnes last month compared to 453,215 tonnes, a difference of five per cent. So far

    this year Prince Rupert Grain is up 10 per cent, moving 1.4 million tonnes compared to 1.28 million tonnes last year.

    Following a strong start to the year, the number of logs being shipped from the harbour fell two per cent this March. However, the total is still up 63 per cent compared to last year.

    Overall the Prince Rupert Port

    Authority is on pace to shatter last years record. So far this year there have been 5.94 million tonnes moved through Prince Rupert compared to 4.53 million tonnes last year, an increase of 31 per cent.

    Also of note, while traffic aboard BC Ferries is up five per cent, so far this year traffic through the Alaska Marine Highway System is down 19 per cent.

    The Northern View archivesRidley Terminals Inc. moved 1.44 million tonnes of coal in March, the second highest single month in the companys history.

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    Notes from the Prince Rupert Seniors CentreBy DonnaPRINCE RUPERT / The Northern View

    Cribbage Results Monday: 1st - D. Currie and S. Helgason, 2nd - P. Paulson and M. Stegavig, 3rd - G. Kouwehhoven and E. Page.

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    Page and M. Weir, 3rd - S. Helgason and D. Currie.

    Welcome back from the Easter break. We were in the middle of a kitchen reno while I was away, of course, and I am happy to say it looks beautiful. We have a new dishwasher (ours was 30 years old) a slick new island countertop, two new

    undermount sinks and a fabulous faucet and spray nozzle. Our old counter was pretty much disintegrated and our leaky faucet and old double sink design meant water everywhere. Thank you Marion and Heather for going that extra mile for us during the reno, very much appreciated by myself and everyone.

    Josie is starting to ramp up her efforts regarding the upcoming Tea and Bazaar, Saturday, May 11, you may be getting a phone call regarding the hamper donations.

    If you would like to volunteer for the tea please let me know and I will pass your name on to Josie.

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    Anne Rachuk (centre) presents Prince Rupert Regional Hospital staff with a very generous $2,000 donation for operating room equipment. On behalf of the local Ukrainian Club, Anne recalled the support she received during her hospital stay, adding that she and the Club wished to give back. Accepting the cheque are (l-r): Jane Wilde, Director of Care; Mara Cote, Executive Administrative Services; Dr. P. Nel, General Surgeon; and Florence Hrehircheck, Operating Room RN.

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    Prince Rupert firefighters came out way on top at the fifth annual Guns and Hoses charity game on Saturday, but both the RCMP and fire rescue crew members involved were playing for much more than a trophy and bragging rights.

    More than $2,000 was raised at the game for the ALS Society of Canada. The Hoses chose the charity this year, selecting ALS in honour of Prince Rupert firefighter Butch Duffy who was diagnosed with the progressive neuromuscular disease.

    We wanted to win the game for him. It helped motivate us, Prince Rupert firefighter Ryan Fuzi said.

    After the puck dropped on Saturday evening Fuzi was the first player to get a goal on the board, his first of four throughout the game.

    But the Guns retaliated shortly after, with JP Bergeron tying the score followed by Steve Roe bringing the RCMP up to 2 to 1 lead.

    Both teams were pushing themselves hard, but with under a minute to go in the first period the Hoses Remo Pomponio evened the score once again.

    The remainder of the game was in the Hoses favour.

    Within the first minute of the second Fuzi scored again, putting the firefighters in the lead 3-2, and later their fourth goal when James Morrow shot the puck past the Guns goalie Jay Collins.

    While the RCMP got a couple close shots in the second, they just couldnt score. The Hoses did not have that same difficulty, with Justin Mederios getting the team their fifth goal, bringing the score to 5-2.

    Firefighters secured their lead even further in the final period, with Fuzi scoring the first goal of the period to comple a hat trick, followed by Mederios. Fuzi scored the final goal of the game, brining the final score to 8-2.

    We wanted to win the game for him. It helped motivate us.

    Ryan Fuzi

    Martina Perry / The Northern ViewThe Guns gain the zone during Saturday nights game, but local law enforcement was on the wrong end of an 8-2 nal score.

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    Crying for Medicine tops its categoryBY MARTINA PERRY PRINCE RUPERT / The Northern View

    Prince Rupert master carver Dale Marie Campbell is celebrating her recent success at a world-acclaimed Arizona art competition in which she placed first in her category.

    The Heard Museum Guild Indian Fair and Market in Phoenix took place for three days last month and included more than 700 aboriginal artists from all over North America. The annual festival sees an arrangement of art including jewelry, textiles, sculpture, pottery, paintings, carvings, with winners being selected by a jury.

    Campbells Crying for Medicine piece made out of alder wood, abalone, acrylic paint and ermine fur won first place in the Non-Pueblo wood carvings category of the competition, with Campbell saying she nearly fell out of her chair when her name was announced.

    I was really surprised, the Tahltan and Tlinget artist said.

    Although her surprise was unwarranted. Campbells brother Terrance, who lives in Phoenix, had been encouraging her to enter the Heard Museum Guild Indian Fair and Market for some time, and when she finally did in 2012, two of her pieces placed at the annual art competition.

    Campbell was awarded the second place prize in the Diverse Art Forms category for her Eagle Dance design that was sandblasted onto glass. The artist was inspired to create this piece after observing two eagles grabbing each others claws, part of the eagle mating ritual, right outside of her own Prince Rupert home window.

    Campbell also received a honorary mention in the same category for her Volcano Woman piece, which she created out of alder wood, acrylic paint, and an argillite inlay, which she received permission from a Haida elder to use.

    Its takes Campbell an average of seven months to complete a carved-piece, generally using alder, or different varieties of cedar. While raising a family does slow down the process, Campbell admits her need to perfect her pieces

    also prolongs the process. I never sacrifice the quality of my work for quantity.

    Thats always been my main thing, she said. All Campbells pieces are her own designs, which she is

    inspired to create from traditional stories to add meaning to her work.

    Aside from winning, Campbell said shes glad to have met so many artists, and create contacts with the art culture in Arizona.

    Its a great opportunity to go down and show what our culture and artwork is all about. Many of the artists down there havent even seen northwest coast art before, Campbell said of the show that includes cultural dancers performing, story-telling, traditional foods and more.

    Campbell has been carving for 40 years, under the mentorship of renowned artists Freda Diesing and Dempsey Bob. Bob encouraged Campbell to begin carving after noticing her artistic ability.

    I always wanted to take wood working and metal in school, but in those days girls werent allowed to. It was perfect because I had to learn how to make my own tools as well as learn how to design and carve. Its two different art forms right there, Campbell said.

    Campbells carving has taken her many places in that time, including Japan to carve an eight foot totem pole with her brother in the early 90s. The siblings stayed overseas for five weeks to carve the pole as part of Prime Minister Brian Mulroneys plan to give a gift to the country as part of Canada Festival Days.

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    A renowned international travel magazine has given people just one more reason to make the trip to Haida Gwaii.

    American-based Outside Magazine named Haida Gwaii the Best Islands during its second annual Active Travel Awards, beating out runner-up St. Lucia Island in the Carribean.

    Aptly nicknamed the Galpagos of Canada, Haida Gwaii is a largely uninhabited archipelago of 138 islands 80 miles off the British Columbia coast. Only 4,000 humans live here, 70 percent of them native Haida people. The inland temperate rainforests are full of eagles and huge black bears. The surrounding waters host sea lions, seals, porpoises, humpback whales, three species of killer whales, dolphins, and very large steelhead. All of which is to say: this is wild heaven, the magazine stated in handing out the award.

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    BY SHAUN THOMASHAIDA GWAII - The Northern View

    While Prince Rupert is experiencing a boom in real estate, the same cannot be said for Haida Gwaii.

    Home sales on the island have been slower than usual, said Royal LePage agent Brian Bussierre, with house prices dropping by approximately 25 per cent in the last three years.

    For a three bedroom house, I would say the average sale price has been about $125,000. There are houses that have sold for less than that, but those are the old military houses, he said, noting that a number of factors have contributed to the decline.

    The economy on Haida Gwaii is tough and getting tougher, people who have gone to the oil patch are just now coming back, there are a lot of houses on the market, BC Ferry costs have gone up and the price of fuel is higher here.

    While work on the new hospital in Queen Charlotte has put much of the attention on that community, Bussierre said the slow sales are across the island.

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    Until new industry comes to Haida Gwaii, the economy is going to be tough.

    The numbers from the Northern B.C. Real Estate Board group sales in Prince Rupert with sales in Haida Gwaii and does not break out sales for the communities on the islands.

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    Japan gives $1-million to help with tsunami debrisDebris to wash up for years to come

    By Shaun ThomaS HAIDA GWAII / The Northern View

    As Haida Gwaii continues to deal with the impact of debris from the 2011 Japanese tsunami, the Government of Japan has given the Canadian government $1 million to help with the clean-up efforts.

    The money from Japan will be used to support debris planning and management, shoreline monitoring and debris removal, training and education about debris identification and clean-up efforts in provincial and national parks.

    The ex gratia grant extended by the Government of Japan represents a token of gratitude to the Government of Canada and the Canadian people in recognition of the tremendous support provided to Japan in the wake of the March 2011 Great East Japan Earthquake, said Seiji Okada, Consul-General of Japan in Vancouver, on behalf of H.E. Kaoru Ishikawa, Ambassador of Japan to Canada.

    British Columbians not only share in Japans loss due to the earthquake and tsunami of 2011, but they share the Pacific Ocean as a common neighbour and therefore truly understand the long lasting impact this kind of natural disaster has on communities. We are truly grateful for this generous gift that will assist in ensuring our coastline is clean and safe,

    said Terry Lake, British Columbia Minister of Environment.

    While initial updates put the number at 20 million tonnes of debris floating in the Pacific Ocean, the Japanese government expects about 1.5 million tonnes of debris was washed into the ocean in March, 2011. Already beaches on Haida Gwaii have been littered with everything from plastic containers to refrigerators to, most famously, a tailer containing a Harley Davidson motorcycle that was returned to its owner.

    Model simulations show that such high windage debris started to arrive along the BC coast during the winter of 2011-12. Most of the debris, however, is thought to consist of objects with low to moderate windage. Based on model simulations, such debris from the Japan tsunami is transported more slowly and expected to approach the coast of North America during the second half of 2012, through the first half of 2013, reads an update from the Department of Fisheries and Oceans on the tsunami situation.

    Debris will likely continue to arrive at the coast over a large spatial area from Alaska to northern California for several years. Most of this debris will consist of small pieces rather than large objects owing to the effects of surface currents, winds, and waves.

    The Northern View archivesThe Government of Japan has given Canada $1-million to help with the clean-up of debris from the tsunami that struck the country in March, 2011.

    Liberals say they will freeze

    carbon taxBy Tom FleTcherVICTORIA / The Northern View

    Gas prices may remain unchanged as Premier Christy Clark and Environment Minister Terry Lake announced last week that a B.C. Liberal government will freeze B.C.s carbon tax on fossil fuels at current rates for five years.

    The freeze is to allow other jurisdictions to catch up to B.C., which taxes carbon dioxide emissions from fossil fuels at $30 a tonne.

    Former finance minister Carole Taylor introduced the carbon tax in 2008, covering transportation and heating fuel for homes and businesses. The rate rose over four years and was frozen for this year at seven cents per litre of gasoline, with comparable taxes on diesel, coal, natural gas and other fuels.

    The carbon tax is budgeted to raise $1.2 billion in the fiscal year that began April 1, with all revenues required to be returned through personal and business income tax reductions.

    B.C.s carbon tax was a political battleground before the 2009 election, with former NDP leader Carole James campaigning for it to be scrapped. At the 2008 municipal convention in Penticton, when former premier Gordon Campbell announced grants to offset carbon tax costs for towns and cities, James claimed the grants were to placate local politicians were in open revolt against the tax.

    After the 2009 election, the NDP changed position to support the carbon tax. Leader Adrian Dix has said revenues should go towards transit expansion or energy-saving upgrades in municipal buildings and operations.

    B.C. Conservative leader John Cummins promises to eliminate the carbon tax. Cummins emphasizes the disproportionate impact the tax has on colder and more remote parts of B.C., but has not yet specified if offsetting income tax cuts would be reversed to make up the revenue to the province.

    B.C. Green Party leader Jane Sterk has restated her 2009 policy of raising the carbon tax from the current $30 per tonne to $50 a tonne immediately. That would bring the tax to more than 10 cents per litre of gasoline.

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    CROSSWORDAPRIL 13: P.R. Skating Club presents Ice Gala 2013 at Jim Cic-cone Arena @ 7 pm, doors open 6:30 pm. Come out and support your skaters of all ages and at all levels. Tickets avail. at Oceanside Sports and at the door.

    APRIL 14: Gideon Festival of Praise @ 7:00 pm in Salva-tion Army Community Church 25 - Grenville Crt, Pr. Rupert, BC. Guest speaker Rev. Jason Haggstrom of St. Andrews An-glican Church. Special music, exciting updates about Gideon Internation activities. Everyone welcome! For info Norm @ 250-624-8237

    APRIL 14: Prince Rupert Half Marathon and 8k Road Race. En-try forms at www.rupertrunners.com or Farwest Sports. Contact Dave 250-624-9541

    APRIL 28: The North Coast Artists Co-op will be holding its AGM at the Ice House Gallery, 190 - 215 Cow Bay Rd in Prince Rupert @ 11:00 a.m. For info 250-624-4546

    MAY 5 - 12: BC Annual Dance Competition @ Lester Center of the Arts. Entry deadline Feb. 15. For further information call 250-627-7892.

    MAY 11: Seniors Centre (Pr. Rupert) Spring Tea & Bazaar @ 11am to 1pm. Call 250-627-1900

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    Conversational Spanish: Drop in to the library Multi-purpose Room at 7 p.m. on the second and fourth Wednesday of month

    Prince Rupert Alcoholics Anon-ymous: If you want to drink, thats your business. If you want to stop, thats ours. Prnce Rupert A.A, 250-627-1119

    Al-Anon Meetings starting April 2, 2013 will be held at the First Presbyterian Church, 233 45h Ave. East in basement. Tuesdays @ 8pm. All are welcome. For more information 250-627-4899

    Girl Guide Annual Plant Sale! Plants delivered in time for Moth-ers Day (May 9th) See princ-

    erupert.plants4nonpro t.com/ or drop by the Totem Lodge before April 26 to place your order.

    The Prince Rupert Breast Can-cer Support Group would like to invite any woman living with cancer to attend our monthly lun-cheons which take place the third Saturday of every month at 12:00 @ the Crest Hotel.

    PRINCE RUPERT REGION-AL COMMUNITY FOUNDA-TIONS Community Grant Ap-plications are now being accepted to be awarded in 2013. Deadline for submissions is MARCH 31, 2013. Application packages avail-able on our website: http://www.prfoundatiion.ca/. Our mailing address is Box 66, Prince Rupert, BC, V8J 3P4

    Geneology Club meets every rst Tuesday at the Family History Centre on Pr. Rupert Blvd. Phone Josie 250-624-3279

    The Prince Rupert & Dist. Hospice Society is sponsoring Journey through Grief, a nine week program of information and support for Adults dealing with the death of a loved one. The program runs 2-3 times per year and the next one is Febru-ary 20 - April 17, 2013 consecu-tive Wednesday eve. Please call 250-622-6204 for more informa-tion or to pre-register. Space is limited.

    Canadian Cancer Society is looking for volunteers to help with the daffodil campaign in April. Please contact Judy Rea at 250-624-3913 for more details.

    Kaien Anti-Poverty Society is seeking persons interested in be-coming members of a group who wish to make positive changes for those living below the poverty line. For more info, call KAPS 250-627-5277, leave message.

    Cornerstone MB Church: Cof-fee mornings @ 202-6th Ave. W. Tue & Wed 10am - noon, Sunday Celebration 10:30 every week. All are welcome! 250-627-1033

    Prince Rupert Seniors Cen-tre: Bingo every Friday 1:00 to 3:00 at the Seniors Centre. Everyone 19 of age and older welcome.

    This is not church! There are no expectations of nancial support or service. Instead this is a cel-ebration of faith in Jesus Christ. Every Sunday eve. at 7pm, join us for a time of praise, prayer and proclamation at the Salvation Army, 25 Grenville Court.

    TOPS (Take off pounds sensibly) Prince Rupert meets Monday eve-nings in the basement of the Fel-lowship Baptist Church - 651-7th Ave. East. Weigh-in 6:30, meeting at 7:00. For more information call Lucille 250-624-2777.

    School District 52 Band Pro-gram is looking for donations of band instruments! Help us bring music to all students by donat-ing that trumpet you have in your basement or the saxophone in your coat closet! If you have a band instrument that no one is playing, please call School Dis-trict of ce @ 250-627-6717 for pick up.

    The Heritage Advisory Com-mittee is looking for new mem-bers, if you are interested please drop a note to: Heritage Advisory Committe, PO Box 181, Prince Rupert, BC, V8J 3P6

    Meals on Wheels programis in need of volunteers to de-liver hot meals to our people in Prince Rupert Community on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fri-days. Hours are from 11 am - 12 noon. Please phone Andrea Vogt at 250-622-6375 for further information.

    Friendship House of Prince Ru-pert Hosts: AamaGoot_Power Puff Girlz Club (ages 7-12), Tues-days 3pm - 5pm, 3rd oor meeting rm. AamaGoot Womens Carving Learn to Carve Wednesday eve. 6pm - 9pm, Main level-back en-trance. AamaGoot Ladyz Club (18yrs +), Learn new artistic de-signs through sewing, beading, etc. Saturdays 1pm - 4pm, 3rd oor meeting rm. Contact Carol Doolan @ Friendship House 250-627-1717, ext. 64 for more infor-mation.

    Last Minute Market every Sat-urday 9:00 - 12:30 at the Moose Hall. Craft items, baking, home business and yard sale items. For table rentals call Rosa 250-624-4787 or Kathleen at 250-624-5652. The coffee is always on!

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    Rupert Square Mall is currently looking for dedicated, hard, working individuals with a valid security licence and first aid ticket to join our team as a Security Guard / Janitor.

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    Project AnalystValard Constructon LP is Canadas premier powerline contractor, serving clients in both public & private sectors. We offer construction services in overhead and underground transmission and distribution systems, substations, fibre optics, as well as substation and transmission foundations.Valard Constructon LP is seeking a qualifed Project Analyst to join the team in our Terrace office. The Project Analyst will work closely with the Project Manager in preparing and maintaining project budgets, which will be utilized to analyze budget variances and to prepare estimates of costs to complete. The Project Analyst will also be responsible for preparing cash flow/revenue projections and assisting in the preparation of progress invoices. As well, the Project Analyst will prepare monthly revenue and cost accruals.The ideal candidate will have a minimum of five years experience as a project analyst/accountant in the construction industry and an accountng designation. A superior working knowledge of Excel is required. Good communicaton skills and the ability to work independently or as part of a team are essental. This positon will spend a considerable amount of time at the job site.Valard rewards hard work, performance and results by offering a very competitivecompensation and benefts package.

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    We thank all those who apply however only those selected for aninterview will be contacted.

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    Lillie Stava passed away March 18, 2013. She was born January 18, 1920, in Bawlf Alberta. Lillie moved to Prince Rupert in 1943 where she remained until her passing at the age of 93. She was predeceased by her husband, Gunnar, in 1995 and her son-in-law Bob, in 1980. Lillie is survived by her children Glenna, Gordon (Deanna) and Larry (Debbie); grandchildren Lori, Guy, Colt, Jordan, Brett, Kyle and Jake; great grand-children Chase, Cole, Kailey, Kai, Hillary, Reidar, Nolan, Ivy, Amaya, and newborn Baron.Lillies funeral was held on March 27, 2013 at St. Pauls Lutheran Church. A private family burial took place on March 28, 2013.At this time Lillies family would like to thank everyone for all the kindness shown them in so many ways. Lillie will be so missed by so many.

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    The Port of Prince Rupert, Canadas leading edge port in trade growth, arie saet, enironental stewardship and onit partnerships, inites appliaons ro highloated indiidals or the ollowing new posions

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    Human ResourcesPrince Rupert Port Authority200-215 Cow Bay RoadPrince Rupert, B.C. V8J 1A2Fax: (250) 627-8980Email: careers@rupertport.com

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    Experience the wonder of living in the gorgeous setting of BCs northwest coast. This majestic City of Rainbows abounds with natural beauty. A historic City with a current population of 14,000 and yearly influx of 250,000 visitors, Prince Rupert is a working sea port with a bustling waterfront and charming heritage buildings. Housing value for money spent is extremely positive. Ocean views and all the amenities for quality living are at hand. As one of the worlds larg-est and technologically advanced shipping ports, millions of dollars in grain, coal and lumber are exported through the Port of Prince Rupert every year. Prince Rupert is also anticipating rapid economic expansion over the next ten (10) years.

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    Call Prince Rupert Northern View @ 250-624-8088CLUXEWE RESORT MGR. required by Kwakiutl Band Council in Pt. Hardy to man-age cabins, campground & restaurant. Enquire for job de-scription or Apply to manag-er@kwakiutl.bc.ca or fax 250-949-6066 by midnight on April 12, 2013. F/T, salary com-mensurate with experience.CONCRETE FINISHERS and Form Setters. Edmonton based company seeks experi-enced concrete fi nishers and form setters for work in Ed-monton and Northern Alberta. Subsistence and accommoda-tions provided for out of town work; Fax 780-444-9165. Jobs@RaidersConcrete.comENSIGN INTERNATIONAL is looking for Drillers, Night Tour Pushes and Rig Managers. If you are interested in attending one of our information ses-sions to hear more about our global opportunities, call 1-888-367-4460 to book into a session near you!FINANCE ADMINISTRATOR including HR Admin, strategic planning, reqd at Kwakiutl Band Council in Port Hardy, VI. Enquire for job description / Apply to manager@kwa-kiutl.bc.ca or fax 250-949-6066 by April 12, 2013. F/T, salary commensurate with ex-perience.HOME CARE NURSE re-quired by Kwakiutl Band Council in Pt. Hardy, VI. En-quire for job description / apply to Casey.Larochelle@kwa-kiutl.bc.ca or fax 250-949-6066 by April 30, 2013. F/T, salary commensurate with ex-perience. Good benefi ts.RECEPTIONIST REQD at Wainwright Marine. exp. & computer skills reqd. Fax re-sume to: 250-624-5473 or Email: wms@citytel.net

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    POSITION SUMMARYReports to Mayor and Council. The Band Administrator is responsible for the day-to-day management of Lax Kwalaams Band Councils operations. The Band Administrator is responsible for the financial management and support to the Council, its committees and agencies. The Band Administrator is responsible for coordinating the activities of all employees to ensure efficient delivery of public services approved by the Council.

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    Office Assistant (Apr 15 to Sept 30)Requirements: Business Management Diploma or equivalent experienceJob Duties: You will be assisting with accounts payable/receivable, entering fish landing information and general office duties. Knowledge of the fishing industry is an asset.

    Seasonal Quality Control Lab Assistant (May 20 to Aug 30)Requirements: High school Diploma, preferably with science and math credits. Valid drivers license. Good organizational skills. Familiarity with the fishing industry and working towards a post-secondary education in the sciences would be an asset.

    Job Duties: Reporting to the QC Manager this non-union position is responsible for doing paperwork evaluation, plant audits and microbiology lab testing. Driving to and from other CFC facilities will be required. BCIT retort process training will be provided. Please send Resume with two references to:Canadian Fishing CompanyOceanside Plant 181 George Hills WayPrince Rupert, BC Fax: 250-624-4793Email: kathy.mackenzie@goldseal.ca

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    Pets & Livestock

    Pet ServicesPR: Advanced Energy Healing Technique. Does Your Pet Have Health Behavior Issues?Certifi ed Practitioner. Free Consultation. Call Cindy 1-888-923-9993

    Dog Grooming for small breeds.

    Call Vicki Kennedy @

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    Merchandise for Sale

    AuctionsRESTAURANT EQUIPMENT Auction - April 13th @ 11 - Spring liquidation of BRAND NEW equipment! From the manufacturer to the auction block! www.KwikAuctions.com 1-800-556-5945 - (Burnaby)

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    Merchandise for Sale

    AuctionsANTIQUES, FURNISHINGS

    & COLLECTIBLESAUCTION

    Sale conducted on behalfof several Estates

    SALE 1April 20, 2013 Saturday @

    10:00 am. Francois Lake Hall, Francois Lake, B.C. South of Burns Lake @ Intersection of Hwy 35 south & Colleymount

    Road.ANTIQUES: The sale will have some of the nicest an-tique furnishings ever offered by us at auction. We have a beautiful selection of large an-tique furnishings such as: Ta-bles, sete, couch, sideboards, piano stool w/ bear claw feet, end tables, side tables, curio cabinets, grandfather clock, buffet, bedroom suites, dining room suites, marble top satin wood wash stand, antique oak table 6 chairs, buffet & hutch suite, misc. antique dining room chairs and other occa-sional chairs. This sale will have a beautiful selection of Victorian & Eastlake antiques and other beautiful antique Oak & Mahogany furnishings. ANTIQUE HORSE GEAR: There is a very large selection of antique horse gear that in-cludes sleigh bells, spreaders, scotch tops, bridles, and hames etc. NATIVE & TRADI-TIONAL ART: Nice selectionof native art including hides, drums, face masks, leather art & clothing, moccasins, pad-dles (exact items will be post-ed on the website). HOUSE HOLD & MISC COL-LECTABLES: Very large se-lection of hockey, baseball & football cards, clocks, lamps, candelabras, brass, pewter, wrought iron collectables, plate ware, glassware, china & vases, sword, coal oil lamps, very old antique leather horse collectable, violin, banjo. Sale will include a few modern fur-nishings, deep freeze, fridge & furnishings. ANTIQUE TOOLS& MISC: Antique tools, an-tique survey transit, large an-tique brass gold scale in glass cabinet, antique bamboo fl y rod.This Sale has a large & excel-lent selection of antiques & collectables. This is a partial listing, so look for future adver-tising as there are more items & consignments to come. Please view website for pic-tures of exact items and a list of all of our scheduled auc-tions. Consignments welcome! If you would like to consign any items contact Mikes Auc-tion.Condition of Sale. Terms:Cash & cheque with identifi ca-tion, sorry no credit cards. Items are as is condition ~ not responsible for accidents.There will be a concession on Site.

    SALE 2INDUSTRIAL MACHINERY,

    EQUIPMENT & TOOLAUCTION

    May 25, 2013 Saturday @ 10:00 am. Topley Garage, To-pley, B.C. Intersection of Hwy 16 & Hwy 118 to Granisle.

    SALE 3ANTIQUES, FURNISHINGS & COLLECTIBLES AUCTION

    June 8th, Saturday @ 10:00 am. George Dawson Motor Inn, Banquet Room, Dawson Creek, B.C.Any question Please Contact:

    Mike Steinebach@ (250) 694 - 3497 orCell (250) 692-6107 or Egon Steinebach

    @ (250) 694-3319 orCell (250) 570- 2055

    E-Mail: mike@mikesauc-tion.net & Website

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    Of ce: (250) 624-5800Suite 5 - 342 3 Ave. West, Prince Rupert, BC V8J 1L5

    3 & 4 bedroom homes; 1, 2 & 3 bedroom suites and apartments

    RENTALSAVAILABLE

    PropertyManagement

    Legal Notice of Property Tax Sale SurplusPursuant to Section 416 of the Local Government Act, the City of Prince Rupert makes public notice of the following:

    Name of Owner(s) to whom the surplus is payable: The Estate of Edmund and Margaret Bernhard Date surplus payable: September 26, 2012Amount payable: $3,604.04

    If this surplus remains unclaimed 3 months after the date of this publication, it will be transferred to the administrator under the Unclaimed Property Act.

    For more information please contact R. Holkestad, Finance Department at 250 627 0964.

    City of Prince Rupert

    NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND OTHERS

    RE: ESTATE OF JOHN CHARLES ELLIS

    also known as JOHM C. ELLIS

    FORMERLY OF WRANGLELL ALASKA, USA

    Creditors and others having claims against the Estate of John Charles Ellsi also know as John C. Ellis, are hereby notified under Section 38 of the Trustee Act that particulars of their claim should be sent to the executor c/o the law firm of Silversides, Merrick & McLean, 217 Third Avenue West, P.O. Box 188, Prince Rupert, British Columbia, V8J 3P7 on or before May 21, 2013, after which date the executor will distribute the estate among the parties entitled to it, having regard to the claims of which the executor then has notice.

    Buying or Selling Real Estate?

    Ofce and Cell: (250) 624-9298 Email: info@gordonkobza.com

    www.gordonkobza.comSuite 6 - 342 3rd Ave W. - Prince Rupert, BC V8J 1L5

    Call Gordon today

    FREE PALLETSMust be able to

    pick them up yourself.

    Stop by during work hours only

    Monday to Friday 9 am - 5 pm

    737 Fraser Street

    PRIME OFFICE SPACE FOR RENT101 First Ave East - 1,660 sq. ft.

    Gorgeous harbour views, overlooking Mariners Park. Developed space includes offices, reception area and coffee / lunch room. Pre-wired Ethernet. Ample parking, located close to cow bay.

    Ideal for professionals - admin and management organizations.

    For more information or to arrange viewing please call 250-627-5225

    Merchandise for Sale

    Auctions

    AUCTION SALESaturday, May 11, 2013

    at 10 a.m. Decker Lake Hall.Large selection of good furni-ture. Large dining room set, patio furniture, antiques & col-lectables. Limited edition prints. Large commercial freezer. Snowblower, tools, tack, vehicles and equipment.

    For more information:Richie at (250) 698-7377

    or (250) 698-7351Watch future papers for

    more details.

    FurniturePR: Medical bed w/mattress, electric remote, head & feet raises and lowers. $300 OBO; Dark wood entertainment cen-tre w/stereo section on left, 2 drwrs & 2 doors on bottom. $75 OBO; Older style 40 TV, works well, $50 OBO. Text 604-805-9850 or email bonitaharvey@gmail.com

    Garage SalesPR: Garage Sale Sat. April 13 9-11am 2024 Graham Ave. Rain or Shine!PR: Sat. April 13 @ 1460 India Ave. 8AM - Noon. Everything must go!PR: Saturday, Apr 13 @ 178 Silversides Dr. 10AM - 2PM. No Earlybirds.

    Heavy Duty Machinery

    A-STEEL SHIPPING DRYSTORAGE CONTAINERSUsed 20404553 in stock.

    SPECIAL 44 x 40 Container Shopw/steel trusses $13,800!

    Sets up in one day!40 Containers under $2500!

    Call Toll Free AlsoJD 544 & 644 wheel loaders

    JD 892D LC ExcavatorPh. 1-866-528-7108

    Free Delivery BC and ABwww.rtccontainer.com

    Misc. for Sale

    CHOCOLATE LAB PUPS for sale. 5 males and 3 fe-males ready to go by May 12 $550 each. Call (250) 847-4203 or (250) 643-0358.HOME PHONE Reconnect Toll Free 1-866-287-1348. Cell phone accessories. Cata-logue. Everyone welcome to shop online at: www.homephonereconnect.caHOT TUB (SPA) COVERS. Best price. Best quality. All shapes & colours available. 1-866-652-6837 www.thecoverguy.com/news-paper?

    Real Estate

    Houses For Sale

    Merchandise for Sale

    Misc. for SaleSAWMILLS FROM only $3997. Make money and save money with your own bandmill. Cut lumber any dimension. In stock ready to ship. Free Info DVD: 1-800-566-6899 Ext 400OT www.NorwoodSawmills.com/400OTSTEEL BUILDINGS/Metal buildings 60% off! 20x28, 30x 40, 40x62, 45x90, 50x120, 60x 150, 80x100 sell for balance owed! Call 1-800-457-2206 www.crownsteelbuildings.ca

    Misc. WantedLocal Coin Collector Buying Collections, Accumulations, Olympic Gold & Silver Coins + Coin Guy: 778-281-0030

    Real Estate

    For Sale By OwnerP.R. 1723 India, 68 x 100 Lot, 4bdrm, 2bth; in-law-suite; ap-pliances incl; Asking $272,000. Lve msg 250-627-6571.

    Houses For SalePR: Compact 3 bdrm home close to Civic Centre. Elec. heat, 2 baths. $99,000. Call 250-627-1414 for more infor-mation.

    Pt Ed: For rent or sale. This 3 bedroom home is heated with electric and offers room to spare. The lot is 120 ft long and is located 2 min. from boat dock. Asking $95,000 or $900/mo for rent. Call Lynn at Randall North Real Estate services at 250-627-1414 or visit Prince-Rupert-Real-Estate.com

    Mobile Homes & Parks

    RETIRE IN Beautiful Southern BC, Brand New Park. Af-fordable Housing. COPPER RIDGE. Manufactured Home Park, New Home Sales. Kere-meos, BC. Spec home on site to view. Please call 250-462-7055. www.copperridge.ca

    Rentals

    Apt/Condo for RentPR: 2 bdrm suite in secure building offering gym & sauna. Suitable for working couple. Avail April 1. $700/mo. Call Randall North 250-627-1414, 9am - 5pm

    Real Estate

    Houses For Sale

    Rentals

    Apt/Condo for Rent

    CLIFFSIDE APARTMENTS

    1123-1137 Borden StreetAdult-oriented.

    Quiet location with harbour view.

    Heat and hot water included. Minutes walking to

    downtown and hospital. References required.

    1, 2, or 3 bedroom suites. Some furnished. Prince Rupert

    250-624-5800

    ROOSEVELT HEIGHTS

    APARTMENTSExteriors renovated

    3 bedroom apartments.Heat and hot water included.

    No smoking. No pets$730 per month.

    References required.Phone between

    9am - 6pm250-627-8123

    Homes for RentPR: Furnished 3 Bedrooms. Starting At $895 Per Room. All-Inclusive. Contractors Wel-come. Available May lst. Call Cynthia 250-624-9742PR: Seven bdrm, 2 bath home located in dwntwn area. N/S. Ref. req. Avail Apr. 1. $1200/mo. Call Randall North 250-627-1414 to view.

    Pt. Ed: 1,500 sq. ft 3bdrm, 2 bath home w/garage. N/P, N/S. $1250/mo. Avail May 1. Call Randall North 250-627-1414, 9am - 5pmPt. Ed: Furnished spacious 2 bdrm for rent; Ocean view, w/d incl. Suitable for working couple. $800/mo. Avail. now. Call 250-627-1414.

    Rooms for Rent

    www.princerupertrooms.comRooms Starting At $49/Daily, $279/Weekly, $799/Monthly,

    Students $599/Monthly.All-Inclusive. 250-600-1680

    TownhousesPINE CREST

    3 Bdrm. 2 Level T/H1 bath No pets

    Call Jenn 622-4304

    Legal Notices

    Rentals

    TownhousesPRINCE RUPERTHarbourview Apts.2 & 3 Bdrm, 1 bath,

    Start at $600 No pets627-6697 or 622-2699

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    250-624-4576 to volunteer

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    Call Judy at

    250-624-4576 to volunteer

    Zazula, Nicholas, Nicholas Zazula passed away on April 2, 2013, in the City of Prince Rupert. Burial Services will be held on Friday April 12, 2013, at 11:30 am at Fairview Cemetery, Prince Rupert. Funeral Services entrusted to Ferguson Funeral Home Ltd.

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    Spring Service SpecialOil Lube, Filter, Tire Rotation

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    Fuel System FlushImprove Power & Fuel Economy

    Clean Fuel InjectorsRemove Intake Valve Deposits

    $169.95 + Tax

    Wheel Alignment RWD $119.95 + Tax

    2006 Pontiac Montana

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    $8,9952008 Dodge

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    $13,995

    2005 Dodge Dakota Magnum Crew Cab 4x4

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    2011 Mazda 3Fully Loaded

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    2004 Ford Freestar Sport

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    2007 Ford F350 Crew Cab 4x4

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    $23,995

    2007 Ford Explorer XLT

    TTUB21672

    $15,995

    2011 Dodge Grand Caravan Stow-N-Go DVD

    TBR761857

    $23,995

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    1001 Chamberlin Ave 1-800-624-9171

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