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    PRINCE RUPERT

    Alaska blamed for Skeena closure

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    News

    Rupert welcomes new place with Stile

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    Business

    Robinson makes it three in row

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    Sports

    Skidegate putson a party.

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    Haida Gwaii

    Martina Perry / The Northern ViewJustice, 3, gives Moolissa the MooMaid a high ve at the Kissing Booth during Cow Bay Days 2013.

    MOOVING HIGH FIVE

    BY MARTINA PERRY PRINCE RUPERT / The Northern View

    Digby Island ferry workers are helping the City of Prince Rupert save money during financial hardship.

    Following the end of the workers labour contract with the city, council and the Canadian Merchant Service Guild, the union to which Digby Island ferry workers belong to, ratified a new two-year agreement. Workers agreed to a zero per cent wage freeze over the life of the new contract to help save the city money.

    Council would like to thank the

    guild members for recognizing the difficult situation the city finds itself in. By working together to benefit all the taxpayers within the city, the city is charting a new era of management/union cooperation, Mayor Jack Mussallem said.

    The ferry workers are residents that are active in the community, theyre involved and they recognize the city is having a hard time. Weve had a number of years of dormancy here without anything being build that contributes to the tax roll. Recognizing that, theyve decided to do what they can to support the

    community in this time.Edd Langelier, business agent

    for the Canadian Merchant Service Guild, said the union was bargaining for a reasonable wage increase but said the union didnt have an amount in mind.

    The city is hard pressed for money. Things will get better in a few years down the road, Langelier said.

    Our guys are happy, and I hope the citizens of Prince Rupert are happy with what weve done.

    Additionally, the guild has agreed to work with city management in increasing revenues and decreasing

    expenditures. The guild and its members were

    appreciative of the citys financial circumstances and will work closely with management to save the substantial cross subsidization the city taxpayers pay toward the Digby Island Ferry, Bob Long, Prince Rupert city manager, said.

    Were always looking for efficiencies and schedule adjustments to the operation. Because they run the boat and keep track of the loads, there may be some opportunities to gain some efficiencies and to also increase revenue, Mussallem said.

    BY QUINN BENDER PRINCE RUPERT / The Northern View

    The City of Prince Rupert may have to wait a couple more years before the potentially-lucrative lands at the old Skeena Cellulose Pulp Mill can go up for sale.

    A BC Supreme Court struck down Sun Waves petition to nullify the citys tax sale and return the lands, but the Chinese-owned company has already filed a notice of appeal that prohibits the city from selling the property.

    Should this latest appeal fail, Sun Wave has one final option with the Supreme Court of Canada. Its unlikely the company will be granted that step as its very difficult to get leave for Canadas highest court, but if they do it could be two years before the city can put the legal wrangling behind them.

    The city has disputed ownership of the lands on Watson Island since 2010.

    Someones always got the right of appeal and therein lies the problem, Prince Rupert mayor Jack Mussallem said.

    Sun Wave to appeal loss

    Ferry workers labour contract helps citySee SUN WAVE on Page A2

    Union agrees to zero per cent increase over two years

    Enough is enough.

    - Jack Mussallem

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    Enough is enough: Mayor

    First and foremost, the city has won three times now. I think in the eyes of the law its pretty conclusive.

    Faced with the potential of a years-long wait before the appeals processes runs its course, Mussallem is

    pushing forward on a resolution with the B.C. Union of Municipalities to change legislation so litigation like this doesnt prove so crippling to municipal budgets. He said the city has paid approximately $250,000 on each of Sun Waves appeals.

    In the meantime, Mussallem is also pursuing

    the B.C. minister responsible for municipal affairs to use provisions under the Municipal Enabling and Validating Act to force an end to Sun Waves appeals.

    Its gone through the legal process enough times that its now starting to be considered an abuse of the legal process. Enough is enough.

    In 2006, the city approved a multi-million-dollar tax break to help Sun Wave restart the shuttered pulp mill on Watson Island, but when the company stalled on their commitments the city seized the property for unpaid taxes, after amending the tax bylaw that paved the way for the tax break. The city wants to sell the land to a consortium of stakeholders for a new industrial park and port facility, but that cant happen until SunWaves lawsuits are resolved.

    SUN WAVE from Page A1

    BY MARTINA PERRY PRINCE RUPERT / The Northern View

    Passengers flying from Vancouver to Prince Rupert on July 14 received a scare when the DeHavilland Dash-8 (DHC-8) aircraft they were travelling on declared an emergency and had to turn around and land in Vancouver.

    John Cottreau, manager of media relations at the Transportation Safety Board, said the Hawkair DHC-8 aircraft was about 600 feet above sea level after take-off from Vancouver when an issue arose. The planes torque, fuel flow and power turbine speed began to decrease on the No. 2 engine. With that, the DHC-8s propeller auto-feathered.

    Propellers can change their pitch so that theyre either gathering more air or less air. They can either slice into the air better which provides torque, or they can feather which they go into a neutral position and basically become fans, Cottreau said.

    They keep turning but theyre not producing power for the aircraft... to give lift.

    The crew shut the engine down,

    and with the remaining one engine managed to climb to 1,500 feet above sea level. The crew completed the failure in flight checklist items and then declared an emergency.

    Cottreau said when an aircraft declares an emergency air traffic control clears the way for the plane to land, putting it as a priority over any other aircraft attempting to occupy the runway.

    They got back to [the air traffic control] and were cleared to land in Vancouver where they landed uneventfully, Cottreau said.

    After the plane returned to YVR

    maintenance found and replaced a faulty torque signal condition unit, and the aircraft was re-entered into service.

    Cottreau said he doesnt want to speculate what could have happened had the failure occurred later in the flight, but focus on the fact that the emergency landing was uneventful.

    Statistics by the Transportation Safety Board of Canada show there were 260 incidents where Canadian aircrafts declared an emergency in 2012. Aircraft incidents are circumstances where no one is injured.

    resolution with the B.C. Union of Municipalities to change legislation so litigation like this doesnt prove so crippling to municipal budgets. He said the city has paid approximately $250,000 on each of Sun Waves appeals.

    Mussallem is also pursuing

    ... in the eyes of the

    law its pretty conclusive.- Jack Mussallem

    Prince Rupert-bound plane returns to YVR

    The Northern View archivesA Prince Rupert-bound Hawkair ight was forced to turn back to Vancouver after pilots were forced to shut down one engine.

    Hawkair flight declares emergency

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    By quinn BenderPRINCE RUPERT / The Northern View

    An abysmal return of sockeye salmon to the Skeena River, possibly the lowest in 50 years, has shut down the commercial fishing season.

    The latest estimates from the Department of Fisheries and Oceans (DFO) pegs the number of sockeye at just 453,000, almost half of what they predicted earlier this month. The numbers need to be at least 1.05 million to support the commercial fishery, and 800,000 for recreational. First Nations have been asked to limit their food, social and ceremonial fishing activities, but if the numbers dip below 400,000 that too will be shut down.

    On average approximately 1 million Skeena sockeye are caught commercially each year, according to the The United Fishermen and Allied Workers Union.

    As to why the numbers plummeted this year, the DFO is looking into the salmons early ocean survival period.

    Babine Lake may have been a problem, where they were coming out smaller than they need to be, Mel Kotyk, DFO North Coast Area director, said. Were looking at

    some of the other species, particularly chinook, and there might be some indication theyre following a similar trend. So it might just be that particular year when they went out to sea.

    BC conservation groups are putting the blame partially on the Alaskan salmon fishery. While the groups admit the cause of the apparent collapse is not known, SkeenaWild Conservation Trust, Watershed Watch Salmon Society, and Raincoast Conservation Foundation are now calling on the State to put conservation ahead of short-term commercial interests by allowing more Skeena sockeye to make it home to spawn.

    The Alaskans have been hitting these fish just across the border, Greg Knox, executive director of SkeenaWild Conservation Trust, said.

    Pacific salmon from B.C. rivers spend their adult lives feeding in the North Pacific Ocean and swim through Alaskan waters as they make their way back to spawn in their natal rivers. The conservation groups claim commercial net fisheries in southeast Alaska catch up to 20 per cent of all sockeye returning to the Skeena River, often as bycatch in fisheries targeting Alaskan pink and chum salmon. The Canada-US Pacific Salmon Treaty,

    which covers fisheries on both sides of the border, does not prohibit the capture of B.C. stocks in Alaskan waters. The group is asking Alaska to move its fishery away from B.C.-bound sockeye salmon.

    The Alaskan State constitution would require Alaska to take action were these to be Alaskan stocks of concern, Aaron Hill, a biologist with Watershed Watch Salmon Society, said. We hear a lot about how wellmanaged these Alaskan fisheries are, but when it comes to B.C. salmon swimming through their waters, theyre not walking the talk.

    However, Scott Walker with the Alaska Department of Fish and Game in Ketchikan, was surprised to hear these allegations, saying his

    department is going above and beyond their obligations to the Pacific Salmon Treaty. He adds Alaskan fleets do by-catch Skeena salmon, but nowhere near the numbers the conservation groups have claimed.

    Based on all of my discussions with the Canadians [DFO] this season, which have been quite extensive probably unprecedented in recent years, weve actually curtailed our fishery and fished only half of the time we normally would, primarily based on what weve been hearing about the Skeena, says Walker.

    The bottom line is, were going to probably lose [up to] 400,000 pink salmon in this conservation measure were doing. And it certainly isnt very popular with the [Alaskan] fleet.

    B.C. groups blame Alaskan fleet

    The Northern View archivesSockeye returns on the Skeena River may be at their lowest levels in 50 years.

    Low numbers forces sockeye closureNews

  • After climate scientist-turned-Green Party MLA Andrew Weaver had a taste of debate in the B.C. legislature, I asked him for his impressions on that and other issues. Excerpts from that discussion:TF:You did a study comparing

    burning all the worlds coal reserves and all oil reserves, showing how big coal really is. The federal government says that when you add up whats actually being used in North America, carbon emissions from

    coal are about 30 times more than from oil.

    Now we have a symbolic coal export ban in Vancouver, which doesnt apply to Port Moody or Point Roberts or Prince Rupert. Do you think theres any significance to this?AW:There is no question that the

    biggest issue around is coal, because coal use is on the rise world-wide. Not in the United States, because theyre converting [power production] to natural gas. This is why American producers are saying, lets ship it to Asia. California says no, Oregon says no, Washington says no. Vancouver says no, British Columbia, not sure.

    Its pushing us to start thinking about what I think is going to be the greatest industrial revolution the world has ever seen, which is transformation of energy systems away from our combustion approach, which is essentially what weve been doing since we were in caves. Weve gone from burning wood to now fossil wood, and fossil plants and fossil algae, to a much more modern era of production of energy through natural means, solar, wind, geothermal etc.

    TF:Liquified natural gas. The NDP says they are absolutely in favour of that now.AW:I have questioned the economics

    of it from day one.Theres a market differential that exists now. Theres that small window because Japan is moving from nuclear to natural gas. But were way behind everyone else.TF:Thirty years ago, Japan played

    Australia and B.C. off for metallurgical coal. Those northeast B.C. coal mines are back up and running again, but youre seeing a similar thing here?AW:Yes. And if we start shipping

    natural gas to Asia the Asian price comes down, the North American price

    goes up. British Columbians havent been told that.TF:How has the legislature session

    been for you?AW:I sit there and watch the

    two parties. Rhetorical question, condescending answer. Rhetorical question, condescending answer. And I hope more British Columbians watch this, because this needs to change. And I think it can change.TF:The NDP opposition decides when

    you and Delta South Independent Vicki Huntington get your occasional moments in question period?AW:Yes, and if Ive asked its been no

    problem.

    TF:Grudgingly no doubt. If the NDP had their way, the closest Green Party member would be in Holland.AW:[Laughs] Yes. Certainly not in

    North America. Theres this sense of entitlement within the NDP to the green vote. And I sense that the B.C. Liberals very much like our existence, as being not NDP. The reality is, we take as many Liberal votes, if not more. Its because what it means to be green has moved out of what the NDP view as green, which is a tree hugger. Its kids going to school, talking about conservation, and going home to talk to their parents. Thats where our votes are coming from.TF:Are you going to be found

    standing in front of a coal train any time soon?AW:No, never. They asked me to, and

    I said no, because I dont believe in civil disobedience.

    Tom Fletcher is legislative reporter and columnist for Black Press

    andBCLocalnews.comtfletcher@blackpress.ca

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    Green MLA on coal and controversy

    Martina PerryReporter

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    Tom Fletcher

    ... if we start shipping natural gas to Asia ... the Asian price comes down, the North American price goes up.

    British Columbians havent been told that.

    - Andrew Weaver

  • July 24, 2013 Northern View A5www.thenorthernview.com

    On the street

    Do you agree with the city spending nearly $6,000 on a July 4 trip to Ketchikan?

    With Martina Perry

    PATSY ROBINSON BRANDON KALLIO MARCIA VICKERS BARBARA BROWN

    Maybe that money could be better spend on xing potholes, or other things

    that need to be done around town.

    No. The money couldve been better spent in town.

    No. If the citys in that much trouble nancially

    they shouldnt be spending money on frivolous trips.

    No. Theres other things the money couldve been

    used on in Rupert, like the roads or abandoned

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    Letters to the editor Coast Guard keeps marine traffic talkingA critical component of harbour safety provided by the Canadian Coast Guard (CCG) is the round-the-clock coverage of the Marine Communications and Traffic Services (MCTS) officers and equipment stationed at Prince Ruperts Seal Cove base. Their role is to ensure the safety of life at sea, protection of the environment, and the efficient movement of commercial shipping and infor-mation for business and national interests. Of the CCGs MCTS Regions, the Pacific Region handles more than 50% of Canadas total vessel movements.

    What we do in MCTS for vessel traffic is not unlike what flight services provide to air traffic at major airports, says Art Statham, Officer in Charge, Prince Rupert. The obvious difference is were working with ships on water, and our geographic area of responsibility in Prince Rupert extends from Alaska to Vancouver, including the Port of Prince Rupert and its vessel approaches. Our team provides professional oversight and service to this busy marine area. We also act as the equivalent to calling 9-1-1 for all emergencies on the water. Whether a vessel is lost in the fog, out of gas or sinking and on fire, we take the call and coordinate a response as required.

    In 2012s twelve-month period, Prince Ruperts CCG MCTS logged a total of 23,214 vessel traffic movements. A portion of those calls is dedicated to vessel screening, which involves communicating with ships prior to entering Canadian waters, making sure they comply with applicable regulations and identifying any ship defects and/or deficiencies to minimize the possibility of marine pollution. MCTS staff also monitor all vessel movements, providing recommendations and directions if required, and conduct specialized surveillance that supports other government agencies like Transport Canada and the RCMP.

    Much of the work done by CCG MCTS directly supports work done at the Port of Prince Rupert. The vessel information collected, analyzed and shared with the Port Authority is particularly important to daily operations. The communications relayed for pilotage requests and estimated arrival times are crucial to the efficient flow of trade through the Port of Prince Rupert.

    Currently Prince Rupert has a total of 17 MCTS staff, who rotate in twelve-hour shifts with three staff working 24/7, 365 days a year. These operations will be undergoing a significant expansion in April 2014, when Prince Rupert becomes one of two MCTS locations on the Pacific Coast. Its geographic area of coverage will encompass the entire west coast of Vancouver Island. This will mean at least nine additional MCTS staff moving to Prince Rupert within twelve months, and an increase to five staff working at any given time.

    Our local Marine Communications and Traffic Services team works closely with the Harbour Masters Office to ensure the safe and secure transit of the 450-plus commercial vessels that currently call on the Port of Prince Rupert each year, says Gary Paulson, Harbour Master for the Prince Rupert Port Authority. This vigilant group of eyes and ears on our waters at all time, stationed here in Prince Rupert and poised for expansion, is one of the valuable assets that will enable our port to grow in a safe, secure and sustainable manner.

    Were seeking your questions about safe shipping at the Port of Prince Rupert! Submit your question today at www.rupertport.com/safety and it could become the subject of an upcoming Re:port column.

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    Coal dust in Port Edward needs to stopEditor:

    Open letter to Peter Kent, the Minister of Environment.

    I am a councillor with the District of Port Edward and I am writing you to draw attention to the coal dust issue faced by the residents of Port Edward, B.C., which has become intolerable and needs to cease immediately. The District of Port Edward has written letters in each of the past five years requesting action on the depositing of coal dust from RTI to Port Edward. Little or no substantive action has been taken by RTI and the situation has worsened as volumes have increased four-fold in the last few years.

    Port Edward residents already live with the background noise of RTI operations and the increased rail traffic and train whistling. Dumping coal dust on Port Edward is the final straw. Enough is enough. The residents of Port Edward are requesting your assistance in rectifying this situation. RTI is a crown corporation and as such should be showing environmental leadership.

    On sunny days from May through September many residents have coal dust deposited on their properties making sun decks and lawn furniture unusable until they are cleaned of the dust. We have the right of quiet enjoyment of our properties which is being undermined by RTI.

    The monitoring of coal dust ceased over 10 years ago and Environment Canada and RTI

    need to reinstate this immediately. Residents and the public have the right to know the extent of the coal dust situation and if RTI is complying with their environmental obligations. Coal dust is not harmless. People with respiratory issues

    can be severely affected, pets become covered in it and the dust sticks to both the exterior and interior of buildings. The exterior needs to be pressure washed to clean the coal dust.

    Coal dust suppression systems and the technology for controlling dust are in wide use throughout North America. These technologies should be employed by RTI immediately. The prevailing winds which cause the dust to settle on Port Edward are well understood. The winds speeds are generally less than 25 MPH with some higher gusts. The technologies being used in other coal handling facilities are able to suppress dust at a much higher wind speeds. It is time to quickly install these technologies.

    Port Edwards motto is clean, neat and green and until RTI arrived in 1984 we were free from coal dust.

    I am requesting that your office and Environment Canada compel RTI to contain the coal and coal dust to their site and be constantly monitored to ensure compliance.

    Knut BjorndalPort Edward

    Cullen mail-out is taxpayer abuseEditor:

    I just received the latest taxpayer-funded newsletter from our MP, Nathan Cullen. I have long been unhappy to have my tax dollars used to promote political parties but this latest issue is way over the top. Why should I be forcedthrough my taxesto pay for NDP literature thinly disguised as news from Ottawa?

    Our tax dollars paid for the printing and postage stamps to support its free distribution. I have no problem with subsidizing legitimate communications between residents of Skeena-Bulkley Valley and our elected representative.

    However, the use of this privilege to shamelessly promote the NDP and its leader is nothing short of taxpayer abuse. More than that, its an abuse of democracy itself.

    After the last federal election, the NDP received over $10 million in reimbursements from Canadian taxpayers. Thats $10 million they could spend on self-promotion without using the MPs local newsletter as a propaganda tool. To use the perks of office and incumbency to push the NDP agenda at taxpayers expense is self-serving and unfair to voters and the future candidates of other parties who do not have this privilege.

    Voters should not be forced to pay for being brainwashed.

    Rod TaylorDeputy Leader Christian

    Heritage Party CanadaTelkwa, B.C.

    immediately. Residents and the public have the right to know the extent of the coal dust situation and if RTI is complying with their environmental obligations. Coal dust is not harmless. People

    Dumping coal dust on Port Edward is the final straw.

    Knut Bjorndal

    Opinion

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    Just a few years ago, Jeremy had no idea about his future. I was jumping from job to job. I didnt know where I was going Jeremy had worked at the Cannery, as a shore worker, and even a crab fisherman. Hes a Grade 12 graduate, and today, thanks to C.I.Cs Rock Truck Initiative Project, he gets to call himself a business owner. The thought of owning his own truck had never crossed his mind, but when the Kitkatla Band approached him, he didnt know what to say. I was amazed, excited and anxious for what was going to happen C.I.Cs Rock Truck Initiative Project is the first of its kind in the Pacific Northwest. It gives chosen community members the chance to be trained, and become certified operators of 40 ton rock trucks. With the help of C.I.C, the Kitkatla Band, as well as Community Futures, Jeremy now runs his own contracting company and has since been able to work on large scale projects such as Kitkatlas new Sewage Disposal plant, as well as capitalize on op-portunities building the Ridley Island Road Rail Utili-ty Corridor. The Impact Benefit Agreements se-cured by his band with the expansion projects to come guarantee full time work for Jeremy and a sustainable future. Im so thankful and grateful to the council and to everyone that made it possible for me Working In Partnership

    Just a few years ago, Jeremy had no idea about his future. I was jumping from job to job. I didnt know where I was going. Jeremy had worked at the cannery, as a shore worker, and even a crab sherman. Hes a Grade 12 graduate, and today, thanks to C.I.C.s Rock Truck Initiative Project, he gets to call himself a business owner. The thought of owning his own truck had never crossed his mind, but when the Kitkatla Band approached him, he didnt know what to say. I was amazed, excited and anxious for what was going to happen. C.I.C.s Rock Truck Initiative Project is the rst of its kind in the Paci c Northwest. It gives chosen community members the chance to be trained and become certi ed operators of 40-ton rock trucks. With the help of C.I.C., the Kitkatla Band and nancing through Community Futures, Jeremy now runs his own contracting company and has since been able to work on large-scale projects such as Kitkatlas new Sewage Disposal plant, as well as capitalize on opportunities building the Ridley Island Road Rail Utility Corridor. The Impact Bene t Agreements secured by his band with the expansion projects to come guarantee full-time work for Jeremy and a sustainable future. Im so thankful and grateful to the council and to everyone that made it possible for me.

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    Just a few years ago, Jeremy had no idea about his future. I was jumping from job to job. I didnt know where I was going Jeremy had worked at the Cannery, as a shore worker, and even a crab fisherman. Hes a Grade 12 graduate, and today, thanks to C.I.Cs Rock Truck Initiative Project, he gets to call himself a business owner. The thought of owning his own truck had never crossed his mind, but when the Kitkatla Band approached him, he didnt know what to say. I was amazed, excited and anxious for what was going to happen C.I.Cs Rock Truck Initiative Project is the first of its kind in the Pacific Northwest. It gives chosen community members the chance to be trained, and become certified operators of 40 ton rock trucks. With the help of C.I.C, the Kitkatla Band, as well as Community Futures, Jeremy now runs his own contracting company and has since been able to work on large scale projects such as Kitkatlas new Sewage Disposal plant, as well as capitalize on op-portunities building the Ridley Island Road Rail Utili-ty Corridor. The Impact Benefit Agreements se-cured by his band with the expansion projects to come guarantee full time work for Jeremy and a sustainable future. Im so thankful and grateful to the council and to everyone that made it possible for me Working In Partnership

    Royal LePage Prince Rupert is pleased to announce the newest Sales Representative to their team, Sandra Smith-Haines.

    Born and raised on the East Coast, Sandra, her husband Boyd and baby girl moved to Prince Rupert in search of a fruitful coastal life twenty years ago. They both fell in love with Prince Rupert, particularly the warm welcome they got from the folks of Rupert. Making the choice to set down roots here was an easy one.

    Sandras second daughter was born right here in Rupert. She has over twenty years customer service experience and looks forward to continuing to provide excellent customer service in a new and exciting eld.

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    Container traffic through Fairview Terminals saw its fourth consecutive month of decline in June, down 16 per cent over this time last year. Although the year-to-date figures show a mere three per cent drop over 2012, it runs contrary to the terminals characteristically positive trend, sparking speculation about the future of Prince Ruperts prized facility.

    Fueling the concern is the financial state of Fairviews principal customer, Cosco. The Chinese shipping giant ranked among the worst performing of Chinas 500 largest companies, reporting billion-dollar losses for the third consecutive year, resulting in the abrupt retirement this month of their chief executive, according to state-run Chinese media.

    Longshoremen at Fairview Terminals told The Northern View speculation now persists on whether the drop in container traffic signifies the start of further declines to come, or if Cosco is pulling out of Prince Rupert all together.

    Cosco flatly denied the speculation.Whoever is talking to you has

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    about, said Cosco Canada executive vice president, Dave Bedwell. Coscos not going anywhere. We just introduced our third service to the Port of Prince Rupert.

    The terminal reported 43,904 TEUs last June, down from 52,454 TEUs in June 2012. Overall container cargo is down just three per cent from last year, at 263,845 TEUs compared to 272,176. Despite the slight dip, a fourth crane is expected to be installed this summer as part of a Phase 2 expansion. It will be the first major expansion at Fairview since it opened in September 2007, and comes after the terminal exceeded its initial design capacity of 500,000 TEUs in 2012.

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    Todd Hamilton / The Northern ViewDespite missing this three-foot putt on the nal hole, Ian Robinson claimed his third straight Prince Rupert Golf Club Mens Club Champion title on Sunday.

    McChesney leads Points North in VancouverSeven swimmers from Prince Rupert

    traveled to Vancouver for the 2013 AAA Long Course Championships. They teamed with swimmers from Terrace, Kitimat and Smithers to compete as Points North.

    Chief among the Prince Rupert highlight was a four-medal performance by Liam McChesney (11). Liam won the silver medal in the 400 freestyle and bronze medals in the 50 freestyle, 100 backstroke and 200 backstroke. He added a pair of new Far Western qualifying times to his resume with a 30.26 50 freestyle and a 2:44.16 200 backstroke. Liam had two more near misses, as he finished fourth in the 100 freestyle and 200 freestyle.

    Also finding the podium from Prince Rupert was Trey Kish (13). Trey won the silver medal in the 50 freestyle. He joined with Brander Pacheco (Kitimat), and Tanner & Bailey Espersen (Smithers) to win the silver medal in the boys 13-14 400 medley relay. Trey made three more finals, finishing fifth in the 100 freestyle, sixth in the 100 backstroke and seventh in the 200 freestyle.

    Avery Movold (13) fought through a vicious cold to make a trio of finals. She came fifth in the 100 backstroke, sixth in the 800 freestyle and 8th in the 400 freestyle. Avery made a pair of Far Western qualifying times with a 10:09.71 800 freestyle and a 1:12.55 100

    backstroke.Amy Leighton (12) made the 12-and-

    under final in the 200 breaststroke where she finished eighth. Her preliminary time of 3:07.10 was good for her second Far Western qualifying time.

    Sarah McChesney (16) just missed her first AAA Top 8 finish by coming ninth in the 800 freestyle. Zach Dolan (11) was competing in his first AAAs. His best finish was 14th in the 100 breaststroke. Quinn Basso (16) topped out at 19th in the 200 backstroke.

    The club will wrap up its season in San Jose later this month as Quinn Basso, Sarah McChesney and Brandan Hagen (15) compete at Californias Far Western Championships.

    Liam McChesney captured four medals at the 2013 AAA Long Course Championships in Vancouver.

    Prince Rupert swimmer hits the podium four times at Long Course Championships

    Robinson wins third straight titleBattles back from six-shot deficit in final round

    BY TODD HAMILTON PRINCE RUPERT / The Northern View

    Ian Robinson overcame a six-shot deficit heading into the final round to win his third straight Prince Rupert Golf Course Mens Club Championship on Sunday.

    Robinson opened up with a disappointing seven-over 77 on Saturday but fired a 72 on Sunday to defeat first round leader Rob McDonald, who struggled to an 82 in the second round, by four strokes.

    I didnt have a very good day [on Saturday] but I thought if I could shoot in the 60s I might have a chance ... but Rob had a tough day, Robinson said.

    Robinson had cut McDonalds lead to two by the turn but it was a double bogey on No. 10 that was the turning point.

    Robinsons drive went into the trees and he was forced to take a penalty. He overdrove the

    green and a mediocre chip left him with a 20-footer for double bogey.

    Yeah, that 20-foot save was big. Sometimes a double bogey still feels good ... it couldve been worse.

    Robinson tied it up on No. 11 with a birdie after McDonald bogeyed.

    After that it was anyones game, Robinson said. I was up one by 15 and I made birdie but Rob double-bogeyed putting me up by four ... after that it was pretty much mine to lose.

    Cody Forsell signed off on rounds of 79 and 76 to pick up third spot.

    Ten-handicapper Sandy Anderson carded a final round 78, net 68, to edge Teru Yamamoto, a 12 handicap, by two strokes to capture the Low Net Championship.

    Arnold Parnell, a 21 handicap, fired back-to-back 91s to finish in third place.

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    Prince Rupert RCMP are reminding people to keep their personal information private following a recent telephone scam of a Prince Rupert resident.

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    BY QUINN BENDER PRINCE RUPERT / The Northern View

    It is the jewel in Prince Ruperts gardening crown, and for 10 years a troupe of volunteers have performed the largely-anonymous task of keeping it that way. Tucked away behind the courthouse, descending into the earth down a stepped terrace, the Sunken Gardens dont receive nearly the amount of attention, or praise, they deserve either from the majority of Rupertites, or visitors who

    run a high probability of passing through town unaware they even exist. That may soon change. To celebrate their 10th anniversary of caring for this space, The Friends of the Prince Rupert Garden Club are spearheading an ambitious plan to upgrade the Sunken Gardens lighting and irrigation, while establishing a much-needed promotional presence a website, brochures and signage, as well as historical plaques to unveil the gardens history and identification plaques for the flowers and trees themselves. Of high

    importance is the installation of lighting, not just for ambiance along the paths, but for security in the two underground pedestrian tunnels that link into the gardens. The Club is looking at public grants to finance the $75,000 project, but its unlikely that will cover the full cost.

    The site was originally excavated in the early 20th Century for the foundation of the courthouse, but a last-minute decision pushed the construction further uphill.

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    Fawcett says many residents value the gardens highly, but adds shes amazed at how many dont even know it exists. To raise awareness, and perhaps a little financial help for the daunting $75,000 project, she and the other volunteers plan to invite the community down later in the season for a 10th Anniversary barbecue.

    I love giving so much of my time to this, as much as everyone else whos involved. People say all the time that you cant grow anything in Prince Rupert, and I just tell them, come with me, I want to show you something.

    GARDENS from Page A13

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    PORT CITY FORD SALESYOU PAY WHAT WE PAY.SIMPLY VISIT YOUR BC FORD STORE OR BCFORD.CA TO GET YOUR EMPLOYEE PRICE TODAY.

    Sarah M. and her uncle Tony R.Ford Employee Ford Retiree

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    5.5L/100km 51MPG HWY***7.8L/100km 36MPG CITY***

    Employee Price Adjustment /// $620Delivery Allowance /// $250

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    SUPER CAB OFFERS INCLUDE $11,673 TOTAL PRICE ADJUSTMENTSAND $1,700 FREIGHT & AIR TAX.

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    Also performing at the Edge of the World Music Festival will be Jasper Sloan Yip, Mip Power Trio, Flowshine and Ssssnap to round out the featured artists.

    There will also be an enormous selection of off-island guests and talented musicians, ranging from indie-folk to rock n roll. Additionally, 14 Haida Gwaii acts will also take the stage, consisting of new rock, old rock, ska and reggae with a dash of R & B and Latin mixed in.

    Thats just the description for our local headliner, Drive In!, said Rigg.

    The 2013 Edge of the World Music Festival is dedicated to Elizabeth Inkster, who kept the music going by offering up her own property to stage the event back in 1999.

    Elizabeth was a talented singer and a gifted weaver. Look forward to honouring her in creative and unique ways all weekend, Rigg said.

    Tickets for this years Edge of the World Music Festival can be purchased online at www.edgefestival.com.

    The Boom Booms headline Edge of the WorldMarla Abbott / Special to The Northern View

    Arthur Pearson, right, competes in the Elders Cross Cut during Skidegate Days last weekend. At left is the Loo-Plex which competed in the races in front of Sgayaas Island.

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    Premier Christy Clark tried to put the pre-election ethnic outreach scandal behind her last week, after the NDP raised new questions about an apparent effort to silence a former staff members complaints about B.C. Liberal Party work done by government staff.

    Clark told reporters Tuesday that emails from former B.C. Liberal staffer Brian Bonney were totally inappropriate and thats why he no longer works for government.

    The emails were included in 10,000 pages examined by a team of deputy ministers after the ethnic outreach program was revealed in a leaked memo in March.

    The plan to use government staff time to organize events in ethnic communities, then collect names for use in the B.C. Liberal election campaign, resulted in resignations of Clarks deputy chief of staff and two other government employees, and Richmond Steveston MLA John Yaps resignation as minister of state for multiculturalism.

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    Clark said the email was examined in the review, led by her deputy minister John Dyble, and there was no evidence it was ever acted upon. An official in the premiers office said the woman discussed in the email was a temporary employee who left government employment in September 2012.

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    Tom Fletcher / The Northern ViewRichmond Centre MLA Teresa Wat, appointed by Premier Christy Clark to take charge of international trade and multiculturalism, has been under fire in the legislature over events that took place before she was elected in May.

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    RCMP Inspector Wayne Maughan joined the Prince Rupert detachment last month following the retirement of former inspector Bob Killbery.

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    Prince Ruperts new RCMP inspector, Wayne Maughan, says two of his priorities will be to get the RCMP more involved with youth and develop strong relationships with the First Nations community. Maughan joined the detachment last June, in place of the now-retired Bob Killbery.

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    Maughans first promotion came in 1999 when he was posted as a corporal to Fond Du Lac First Nations Policing Unit in Fond Du Lac, Sask. as their new detachment commander. He implemented the Aboriginal Cadet Program, which he says was a catalyst to developing strong relationships with the

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    During this tour Maughan managed Project Shock, developed in response to the terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center in New York City. The primary focus of this project was to develop intelligence and investigate potential terrorist plots in the wake of 911.

    Maughan was later promoted to the rank of sergeant in 2005, then to staff sergeant in 2007. In 2013 Maughan was commissioned to the rank of inspector where he took on his current role as the detachment commander of the Prince Rupert RCMP. Since arriving in Prince Rupert, Maughan said he has already begun to develop community ties. He thanks the city and its residents for being so welcoming to himself and his family.

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    Maughan is the recipient of the Queens Golden Jubilee Medal, the Queens Diamond Jubilee Medal and the RCMP Long Service Medal with bronze clasp (25 years) and has been a member of the RCMP for 29 years.

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    Employment

    Help WantedAn Alberta Oilfi eld Company is hiring dozer and excavator operators. Lodging and meals provided. Drug testing re-quired. Call (780)723-5051 Edson, Alta.

    BANNISTER Collision & Glass Centre, Vernon BC

    Due to growth in our ICBC Express Repair Body Shop, we are seeking to fi ll the following position: LICENSED AUTO BODY TECHNI-CIAN 2ND/3RD YEAR APPREN-TICE. Competitive Wages - Good Benefi ts. Preference may be given to applicants with previous ICBC Express Shop Experience. Please forward your resume with cover let-ter by fax or email to the attention of Bill Blackey. Fax 250-545-2256 or email bodyshop@bannisters.com

    Breakers Pub is seeking bar-tenders, and servers. Exp. an asset and Serving It Right Cert. req. Email resumes to breakers@citytel.net

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  • B6 Northern View July 24, 2013 www.thenorthernview.comB6 www.thenorthernview.com Wednesday, July 24, 2013 The Northern View

    Permanent Part-time 30 hours per week Classification: Administrative AssistantRate of Pay: $15.93 -$18.54 (JJEP Wage Grid Level 10)This position requires Union membership; accepted applicant will need to join BCGEU.The employee is NOT required to use her automobile in the performance of her duties.

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    Cabo Drilling Corp. - Panamawww.cabo.ca

    Experienced QSTs, Faller Supervisors, Bull Buckers,Faller Trainers and a Safety Representative

    Cabo Drilling Corp is searching for experienced QSTs, Faller Supervisors, Bull Buckers, Faller Trainers and an OHS Professional for a large on-going project in Panama that includes supervising and training in pad cutting, platform building and clearing operations. Individual contractors are encouraged to apply. These positions offer a competitive day rate, emergency medical insurance, and paid travel and board expenses. Please forward resume in condence to: jamesg#cabo.ca

    Secretary/ReceptionistMonday to Friday 20 hours per week.

    Requires strong communication and interpersonal skills, ability to work independently, proficiency with MS Office, including Publisher, and working

    knowledge of Simply Accounting. Preference will be given to practising Catholic

    applicants with suitable qualifications. Submit your resum and references

    by August 2, 2013 to:

    Annunciation Church635 5th Avenue West

    Prince Rupert, BC V8J 1V1Or fax to 250 624-6201 or

    e-mail to: annunch@citytel.net

    Attention: Colleen/Fr. Mike

    Kenn Long Certified Professional Dog Grooming

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    Employment

    Help WantedCARLTON Cards is looking for a part time merchandiser for Prince Rupert, BC. Approx 1-4 hours per week. Must have computer with internet connection. email resume to b r u c e . h ay h u r s t @ c a r l t o n -cards.ca

    Full-Time Year RoundBlaster

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    Attention Bryan Kirkness @ Western Explosives Ltd.

    reception@kirknessgroup.com

    GUARANTEED JOB Place-ment: General Laborers and Tradesmen For Oil & Gas In-dustry. Call 24hr Free Re-corded Message. For Informa-tion 1-800-972-0209.

    Prince Rupert SubwayFull-time temporary food counter attendants needed for day and night shift work. Minimum wage $10.75 hr. Duties: greeting customers, taking orders, food prep, making sandwiches, sweep-ing & mopping, etc. Submit resume to:Mr. Naripjit Sahdra601 2nd Avenue West P.R.Phone - 250-627-1561Fax - 250-627-8881Email - naripjit@yahoo.com

    The Lemare Group is accept-ing resumes for the following positions: Certi ed Hand Fallers Of ce Highway Logging Truck Drivers Log Loader Operator Grapple Yarder Operators Boom Boat Operator Chasers Hooktenders 2nd Loaders-Buckermen Heavy Duty MechanicsFulltime camp with union rates/benefi ts. Please send re-sumes by fax to 250-956-4888 or email to: offi ce@lemare.ca.

    Services

    Financial ServicesGET BACK ON TRACK! Bad credit? Bills? Unemployed? Need Money? We Lend! If you own your own home - you qualify. Pioneer Acceptance Corp. Member BBB. 1-877-987-1420.

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    Legal ServicesCRIMINAL RECORD? Dont let it block employment, travel, education, professional, certifi -cation, adoption property ren-tal opportunities. For peace of mind & a free consultation call 1-800-347-2540.

    Pets & Livestock

    LivestockPUREBRED KATAHDIN Sheep, lambs, adult ewes, also mixed breeds. (250) 695-6980

    Merchandise for Sale

    Food Products

    FRESH SCALLOPS & OYSTERSavailable every Friday at

    Mavericks Foods

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    Garage SalesPR: Sat. July 20 @ 410 6th Ave. West from 9am - noon in bsmt. Lots of stuff!PR: Sat. July 20 at 1132 7th Ave. East from 9am - 1pm.

    Help Wanted

    Merchandise for Sale

    Garage SalesPR: Sat. July 20 at 1013 11th Ave. E. 10 am - 3 pm. Weath-er permitting. Plants, baking, clothing, household items

    PR: Sat. July 27 8am -?at 1635 Jamaica Ave. Weather permitting.Sat. Baby items, boys clothes, toys, etc.Pt. Ed: Sat. July 27 10am - ?, Estate Garage Sale @ 593 Harbourview Drive, Port Ed-ward. Everything must go!Pt. Ed: Sat. July 27 @ 356 Spruce Ave. from 8 am - 2 pm. Old barbie collection incl. furn. & access. Framed glass, tools, misc. items. Bargain prices!

    SUCCESS BY 6Giant Garage Sale

    Northern Savings (lower level)

    Sat. July 20, 20139 am - 1 pm

    Table rentals available - $20Contact Kate for more info

    250-622-9458

    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 Delivery BC and AB

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    PR: Thomas skid steer, 3 buckets, backhoe, forklift at-tachment. Asking $15000 obo call Pat @ 778-884-6800

    Medical SuppliesPR: Evolution Challenger Walker. Purchased for $369, have original receipt, used for only 6 weeks. One of the strongest & most stable walk-ers on the market. Basket under seat & detachable basket on front. Asking $260 obo. 604-805-9850 Email - bonitaharvey@gmail.com

    Help Wanted

    Merchandise for Sale

    Misc. for SaleAT LAST! An iron fi lter that works. IronEater! Fully patent-ed Canada/U.S.A. Removes iron, hardness, smell, manga-nese. Since 1957. Visit our 29 innovative inventions; Phone 1-800-BIG-IRON. Or online at: www.bigirondrilling.com

    Help Wanted

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    Misc. for SaleCENTRAL RV. New and used sea containers. Best prices in B.C. Can Deliver. 20 New - $3800. Used $2800. Other siz-es available call for pricing. (250)314-9522.

    Help Wanted

    Pets Pets

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    CIBC would like to thank all those who bought tickets for our fundraising raffle. We were able to donate $3,500 to B.C. Childrens Hospital! 1st place winner: Cynthia Pyde, left, (Fishing Charter fully donated by Foggy Point Charters & Fishin Rods Charters). 2nd place winner, right, Susan Neil. (Whale Watching Tour for 2 donated by Adventure Tours) 3rd place winner: Nina Jaarsma. ($200 Gift Certificate donated by the Crest Hotel)

    500 3 Ave W Prince Rupert, BC V8J 1L8

    (250) 627-1771

    Thank You

  • July 24, 2013 Northern View B7www.thenorthernview.comThe Northern View Wednesday, July 24, 2013 www.thenorthernview.com B7

    Th e District of Port Edward hereby gives notice pursuant to section 26 of the Community Charter and in accordance with section 94 of the Community Charter, of its intention to sell to AltaGas Ltd., fee simple title to the lands within the District of Port Edward. Th e legal descriptions of the parcel of property to be sold is listed below:

    PID #s Legal Descriptions029-106-354 Lot 1, District Lot 446, Range 5, Coast District, Plan Number EPP28585

    Th e consideration to be received by the District for the proposed disposi-tion of this property is $610,000 (six hundred and ten thousand dollars)

    Notice of Land Sale

    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

    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

    Merchandise for Sale

    Misc. for SaleHOT TUB (SPA) COVERS. Best price. Best quality. All shapes & colours available. 1-866-652-6837 www.thecoverguy.com/news-paper?KILL BED Bugs & Their Eggs! Buy a Harris Bed Bug Kit, Complete Room Treatment Solution. Odorless, Non-Stain-ing. Available onlinehomedepot.com (NOT IN STORES).PR: Inversion Board $100 oboCall Elaine @ 250-627-1337 or 250-624-1373STEEL BUILDINGS/metal buildings 60% off! 20x28, 30x40, 40x62, 45x90, 50x120, 60x150, 80x100 sell for bal-ance owed! Call 1-800-457-2206 or visit us online at: www.crownsteelbuildings.ca

    Misc. WantedLocal Coin Collector Buying Collections, Olympic Gold & Silver Coins etc 778-281-0030

    ToolsPt.Ed: Delta 6x8 Belt/9 Disc sander $200 obo. 10 Rock-well Unisaw w/lots of Access. $1500 obo. Honda Generator 72w model 350 $200 obo. Elektra Beckum 10 sliding compound mitre saw $200 obo A few misc. tools. Contact Al @ 250-628-9955

    Real Estate

    For Sale By Owner

    PR: 1020 Alfred St, 2bdrm hse in sunny neighbourhood completely renod w/huge new deck, new roof, new windows, etc. Move-in ready.

    Reduced - Now asking $149,000

    250-624-3666 or email andree@citytel.net

    Houses For Sale

    Lynn Chivers is ready to assist in your home purchase! Check out

    http://prince-rupert-real-estate.com then call for an

    appointment to view. 250-627-1414

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    Rentals

    Apt/Condo for Rent

    GATEWAY APARTMENTS

    McBride & 8th Prince Rupert

    Unfurnished - Furnished(Furnished short Term

    Rentals Available)Close to downtown

    Adult-oriented No Pets

    627-7137

    Rentals

    Apt/Condo for Rent

    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

    Duplex / 4 Plex

    AVAILABLE FOR RENT3 Bedroom Duplex

    $900/moQuiet tenants only. Adult-oriented.

    No dogs!References required!

    Call for details 250-627-1715 or250-624-5955

    Homes for Rent

    Skyline Manor1200 Summit Ave.

    Bachelor & 1 Bedroom Suites.Security Entrance, harbour views, balconies, storage,

    laundry facilities, hot water & heat included.

    Sorry no pets. Close to hospital,

    bus stop & downtown. References required.

    Contact our on site Manager at 250-624-6019

    Rooms for Rent

    www.princerupertrooms.comRooms Starting At $59/Daily, $299/Weekly, $899/Monthly,

    Contractors WelcomeAll-Inclusive. 250-600-1680

    Legal Notices

    Small Ads work!

    Rentals

    Suites, LowerPt. Ed: 1 bdrm suite fully furn, heat incl/cable/ph. N/S, N/P. w/d accessible. Quiet location. Prefer out-of-towners. Call 250-628-9369. Lv msg.

    Suites, UpperPR: Spacious 1 bdrm suite on Graham Ave. Fantastic har-bour view. Ensuite laundry. N/S. $700/mo. Does not incl. hydro or gas. Avail. Sept. 1. 250-628-9433

    TownhousesPINE CREST

    3 Bdrm. 2 Level T/H1 bath No pets

    Call Jenn 622-4304

    Real Estate

    Houses For Sale

    Legal Notices

    Rentals

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

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

    Transportation

    Boats

    17 ft. Alum. Canoe Spring Bok very stable, perfect of family / hunting canoe. $600. ----------------------------------

    13 ft. Alum. Canoe Sports Pal very stable & very light, 2 seats. $500.

    Call (250) 692-2372

    Real Estate

    Houses For Sale

    Legal Notices

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    Gitgaat NoticeGitgaat First Nation is updating their membership for a Land Designation Referendum vote which will take place on August 22, 2013.

    The land designation referendum is being undertaken, and overseen, by Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada (ANNDC). To vote in the land designation referendum, Gitgaat members must be 18 years and over by August 22, 2013. AANDC will be mailing the referendum information package to all Git-gaat members. The package will also be available for viewing, and printing, on the Nations website at www.gitgaat.net

    Members wishing to update their mailing address in order to receive a mail in ballot is requested to do so by submitting their name and current mailing addresses in writing by August 1st, 2013 to ensure adequate time for the mail out ballots to reach their destination:

    Address updates can be mailed to:Gitgaat First Nation Attention: Membership Mailing Updates445 Hayimiisaxaa WayHartley Bay, BCV0V 1A0

    Address changes made by phone will not be accepted.

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  • B8 Northern View July 24, 2013 www.thenorthernview.com

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    MacCarthyMacCarthy Motors (Prince Rupert & Terrace) Ltd

    2011 LucerneReg. $25,900 Sale $19,900

    Optimum Certi ed, Leather interior, power sunroof, automatic transmission

    2011 EnclaveReg. $43,900 Sale $39,900

    2007 CaravanReg. $10,995 Sale $7,995Automatic transmission, Cloth interior

    2009 Dodge RamReg. $32,900 Sale $27,900

    Leather interior, automatic transmission, gas engine

    2002 Land RoverReg. $8,995 Sale $5,995Cloth interior, automatic transmission,

    power windows and doors

    2009 Jeep WranglerReg. $23,900 Sale $19,900Manual, Rubicon, 4x4, hardtop, cloth in-terior, pw locks/windows, cruise control

    2008 F450Reg. $26,900 Sale $21,900

    Flatdeck, 4.6 litre Diesel engine, regular cab

    1999 YukonReg. $8,995 Sale $5,995

    Automatic, power doors/windows, leather interior

    2006 MontanaReg. $9,995 Sale $8,995Automatic, power doors/front windows,

    upgraded cloth seats,

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    2008 Chev ImpalaReg. $12,900 Sale $9,995

    Automatic, leather interior, power windows and locks

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    Reg. $43,900 Sale $39,900Reg. $43,900 Sale $39,900Optimum Certi ed, Leather interior,

    automatic, remote starter, 7 passenger