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    VOL. 8 NO. 27 Wednesday, June 26, 2013 FREE

    PRINCE RUPERT

    Saluting the Class of 2013.

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    Feature

    Port authority looks to a bright future.

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    Business

    Husband and wife take seniors titles.

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    Sports

    National Aboriginal Day on Haida Gwaii.

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    Haida Gwaii

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    Martina Perry / The Northern ViewSm Halyaat dancer Sam Bryant performs the Eagle Down Dance at Prince Ruperts National Aboriginal Day celebration on Friday. For more on the day, see Page A9.

    EAGLE DOWN

    Exxon files for LNG licence

    BY CAMERON ORR / SHAUN THOMAS PRINCE RUPERT / Black Press

    The largest energy company in the world is seeking to make its mark on the North Coast.

    Imperial Oil Canada and ExxonMobil Canada have filed an application with the National Energy Board for a permit to export liquefied natural gas (LNG) from the region. The jointly-owned entity, named WCC LNG which stands for West Coast Canada is seeking to construct a terminal either in Kitimat or in Prince Rupert.

    Basically that is an application for permission to potentially export up to 30 million tonnes a year of liquefied natural gas for a period of 25 years, Imperial Oil spokesperson Pius Rolheiser, said.

    Imperial Oil, Exxon Mobil looking to Rupert, Kitimat

    Were probably years away from a final investment

    decision.

    - Pius Rolheiser

    See EXXON on Page A2

    Drug paraphernalia probe targets second storeRCMP tell Express News to take pipes, bongs off shelves

    BY MARTINA PERRY PRINCE RUPERT / The Northern View

    Shortly after seizing thousands of pipes, bongs and grinders from The Chad Smoke Shop, another Prince Rupert business has been warned they could face punishment for selling similar products.

    Krish, the manager of Prince Ruperts Express News who asked his last name not be used, confirmed RCMP came into Express News in the Rupert Square Mall on June 17 to inform staff it is illegal to sell pipes and bongs in the country.

    Its unfortunate we cant sell it, but we dont want to break any laws or get into any kind of trouble, Krish said.

    Shelving at Express News that was once filled with glass pipes and bongs now sit empty, with Krish saying he is unaware if other products will ever fill up the shelves in the future. Under Section 462.2 of the Criminal Code of Canada, everyone who knowingly imports into Canada,

    exports from Canada, manufactures, promotes or sells instruments of literature for illicit drug use is guilty of an offence.

    If we do sell them, like at [The Chad Smoke Shop] they could be seized, and we could face an offence. Right now, our franchiser has asked us to take them off the shelves, he said.

    Krish said its another blow to the business. When Express News opened its doors a year ago it planned on selling lottery tickets, but were unable to. Krish said now that Express New isnt allowed to sell these items, the stores inventory has been narrowed. Krish and his family moved from Vancouver, with his parents investing money to open the business.

    Every other store in Canada is getting to sell these items. Its

    unfair that we cant.

    - Krish

    See Express on Page A2

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    But he emphasized that filing for this permit does not mean the companies will be going ahead with any construction or even making a decision on actually building anything in the years to come.

    It will help us in our continuing engagement with First Nations, regulators, potential customers and pipeline companies, he said.

    Were probably years away from a final investment decision.

    He said so far the company is looking at sites both in Prince Rupert and Kitimat and has not yet made a decision on location. Investigative permits were received for both communities last year.

    At the same time as ExxonMobil, BG Group Canada applied for an export licence for up to 21.6 million tonnes per year from its planned terminal on Ridley Island.

    Just two days later, the public comment period for its environmental assessment began. To view the draft EIS Guidelines, visit the Agencys website at www.ceaa-acee.gc.ca

    With the restrictions Prince Ruperts Express News has come across, the family is fearful they will not get their investment back.

    Every other store in Canada is getting to sell these items. Its unfair that we cant, Krish said.

    No other Express News store in British Columbia is being warned about selling the smoking devices.

    Were a tobacco store that sold them for tobacco use only ... our intention was for the items to be used for tobacco, Krish said.

    The warning comes after Prince Rupert RCMP executed a search warrant on The Chad Smoke Shop earlier this month after a six-month investigation into the business, which has now closed its doors. RCMP said Chad Wentworth, the owner of four other smoke shops in B.C., could be facing criminal charges.

    Dana Larsen of Sensible BC, a group working toward decriminalizing possession of marijuana and stopping police from spending time or resources on possession cases, said he believes there are more pressing issues Prince Rupert RCMP could be investigating.

    This kind of selective enforcement is really not where the RCMP should be focusing their resources. Policing costs are skyrocketing in B.C ... yet they were able to do a six-month investigation into this store selling bongs and pipes. I think the people of Prince Rupert would rather see their RCMP force spending that amount of investigative time and effort on going after real crimes, he said.

    Larsen said its not only unfair RCMP assumed items sold at Express News would be used for marijuana, but its also unfair for individuals purchasing items to smoke medical marijuana.

    I would encourage them to stand up

    to the RCMP on this ... I would love to see this case go to court because I believe this law could be struck down once and for all, he said.

    Not all Prince Rupert businesses known for selling pipes, bongs or grinders were given a warning. When contacted on the morning of June 19, Doug Larsen, manager at Prince Ruperts pawn shop Homesteader New and Used confirmed the business had not been contacted by RCMP regarding the sale of pipes, bongs and grinders. Larsen declined to comment further.

    Repeated requests for comment from the Prince Rupert RCMP were not returned.

    BG Group files for permit

    EXXON from Page A1

    Sensible BC leader pushing for court challenge

    EXPRESS from Page A1

    Martina Perry / The Northern ViewShelving that once housed pipes and bongs at Express News in the Rupert Square Mall sit empty after RCMP warned the owners of possible criminal charges.

    Businesses urged to stand up to RCMP

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    At the Port of Prince Rupert, a commitment to safe shipping is part of who we are. Local experts and organizations work together every day to apply industry-leading practices in vessel handling and harbour safety. Dave Fisher and his security team at the Prince Rupert Port Authority are part of the picture. Get the facts today at www.rupertport.com/safety.

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    June 26, 2013 Northern View A3www.thenorthernview.com News

    By Shaun ThomaS PRINCE RUPERT / The Northern View

    The vacancy rate in Prince Rupert apartments dropped almost 10 per cent year-over-year, the sharpest decline experienced in the province.

    Numbers from the Canadian Mortgage and Housing Corporation show the vacancy rate for apartments fell from 13.5 per cent last April to just 3.9 per cent this April, a drop of 9.6 per cent.

    The largest drop was in the availability of two bedroom apartments, which sits at 3.7 per cent compared to 16.7 per cent last April. The vacancy rate for bachelor apartments dropped from 13.1 per cent to 3.3 per cent, the vacancy rate for one bedroom apartments fell from 12.6 per cent to 4.9 per cent and the three bedroom vacancy rate sits at 1.4 per cent compared to 4.6 per cent last April.

    The drop in vacancy came despite an increase in the number of apartment units on the market in Prince Rupert, rising from a total of 593 last year to 749 this year, an increase of 156.

    Prince Ruperts apartment vacancy rate is just below that of Terrace, which is at 4.1 per cent, and just above the provincial average of 3.5 per cent.

    Going along with the drop in vacancy is an increase in the average rent, which rose from $624 last year to $662 this year.

    The average rent of a one bedroom apartment now sits at $621 compared to $582 and average rent for a two bedroom apartment rose from $691 to $745. While those two rents increased, the average rent for a three bedroom apartment fell from $630 to $617.

    When townhouses are taken into consideration, the vacancy rate in the city fell from 12 per cent to 3.6 per cent.

    Last year Prince Rupert had the highest vacancy rate in B.C. for communities in excess of 10,000 people. This year that dubious distinction went to Campbell River at 9.1 per cent.

    Margaret Speirs / Terrace StandardFrom left, elder Joseph Brooks, Jill MacNeill and Ronnette Musterer protest outside the Best Western in Terrace on June 16 ahead of the Enbridge Northern Gateway Joint Review Panel final hearings.

    No to eNbridge

    There are fewer available rentals in Prince Rupert compared to 2012.

    No longer the highest in B.C.

    Rupert vacancy rate plummets

  • Back in 2007, as Fairview Terminal was about to open, the hype surrounding Prince Ruperts future was palpable. People from across the country were turning

    their eyes to Kaien Island, although I wonder how many people knew Prince Rupert is actually on an island, as visions of unprecedented economic growth danced through their heads. The National Post, at the time, ran a section with a front page

    proclaiming Prince Rupert Canadas next boom town. Money was flowing into town as new businesses opened their doors and investors were scooping up houses by the boatload in hopes of flipping them for a profit when the citys fortunes took off.

    Fast forward almost six years and, by and large, Prince Rupert is not that different

    than it was prior to the opening of Fairview Terminal. New businesses have opened while others have closed, there are more high-paying jobs but unemployment remains high and the population in the last census was down from 2006.

    If anyone was expecting sudden economic growth or thought buying a house in 2007 would net hundreds of thousands of dollars in profit within five years, they were sorely mistaken The reality is this: That type of growth is not something that is going to shoot up overnight, particularly when dealing with an unproven commodity, which Fairview was at the time.

    Although now, Prince Rupert is anything but an unproven commodity on the international shipping scene. In just five years, Fairview Terminal has gone from zero tonnes to smashing past its initial design capacity of 500,000 TEUs. thanks to speedy, efficient and reliable service that other container ports on the west coast are struggling to achieve. And Fairviews success has bred confidence in Prince Rupert as a gateway for other goods, be it the expansion of coal, the development of wood pellet exports, the idea of potash, the interest in LNG and so on.

    On Wednesday, Don Krusel spoke about 90 million tonnes of goods moving through Prince Rupert by 2020. Having proven itself as a viable gateway to Asia, the boom is coming.

    Much like Charles Hays vision for the city, talk of a boomtown in Prince Rupert back in 2007 was just ahead of its time.

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    A port whose time has come

    Proud. Damn proud.On Thursday, The Northern View held a carrier appreciation meeting and as the last hot dog and hamburger was put away, I was struck with one thought how damn proud I am of this newspaper and, for the most part, the people of this city.

    Granted Im still a newbie to the City of Rainbows and there are still a couple of months left before I celebrate one full season in Prince Rupert, but nevertheless, Im still proud. Its that same pride I felt when I lived just down the road in Smithers. There is something unique and wonderful about Northwest B.C., something that drew me back from the snowbanks of Manitoba.

    Rain or shine, people are just plain nice up here. As is generally the case, there is always a little bug in the

    system. No matter how successful a planned event is, there is nearly always a little glitch.

    On Thursday, despite the planning, as carriers arrived for the meeting, the gas barbecue decided lukewarm was the best it was going to do.

    Although it was a carrier meeting, it was all-hands on deck. Without complaint, every staff member stayed late and pitched in to show their appreciation for the carriers.

    Ed and Bonnie were carrying chairs and preparing the condiments. Martina and Lisa were manning the hot dog and

    hamburger station and Adeline was welcoming and answering questions that carriers had.

    I was proud of them.But then, Shaun let me know of the barbecues

    newfound attitude. Raw hamburgers for hungry carriers wasnt on the agenda.

    My barbecue had taken a direct hit in a recent windstorm and for one reason or another, nobody else on staff had one.

    Enter B.M. or as Ill call him from now on, so as not to get him into trouble, the Best Man.

    At literally the last minute, the Best Man at a Prince Rupert retailer gave us a barbecue to use. It wasnt his barbecue to allow to leave the premises but he understood the pickle we were in and took

    a risk for the sake of the dozens of hungry carriers.He saved the day.He could have easily not stuck his neck out and just said,

    no, and we would have understood. But like so many others in Prince Rupert, he altruistically looked at the bigger picture and pitched in to help.

    For that we thank you.It may be a small thing a barbecue but it is the spirit

    of that assistance that I have found extremely prevalent in this city.

    Its something for which Prince Rupert should be proud. I am.

    Prince Ruperts Best Man saves the day

    Todd Hamilton

    Martina PerryReporter

    Lisa ThomasGraphic Design

    Bonnie HarveySales

    Todd HamiltonPublisher

    Adeline IgnasOffice Manager

    Ed EvansSales

    Shaun ThomasEditor

    Shaun Thomas

  • June 26, 2013 Northern View A5www.thenorthernview.com

    On the street

    With Canada Day coming up, what does being Canadian mean to you?

    With Martina Perry

    DARREN WATSON ROBERTA RIDLEY SPENCE TAMARA BARTON

    Multiculturalism. Theres not a set de nition of

    what race or religion is Canadian.

    Enjoying life because I can.

    Being born and raised in my country. Im proud to be

    a Canadian.

    You feel like an American, but freer.

    Letters to the editor Container ship classes are tied to TEU capacityThe diversity of the over 400 vessels call-ing on the Port of Prince Rupert is a testament to the ability of the Port Authority and its partners to safely accommodate ships of all types and sizes.

    There are six classifications of bulk carriers that load energy, agri-food products and logs in Prince Rupert. The distinctions between those ships are based on the deadweight tonnage (DWT), which ranges from 10,000 DWT Handysize ships to 220,000 DWT Capesize ships. In 2012, 233 bulk carriers of various sizes made up over 50% of commercial vessels traffic.

    Almost all other vessel traffic is made up of the container ships that berth exclusively at Fairview Terminal, a total of 155 last year. Like bulk carriers, container ships are classified by size. Rather than tonnage, however, container ships are classed by the number of containers they hold. The measure used when referring to container ship or terminal volume is twenty-foot equivalent units (TEUs), a standard size for metal intermodal shipping containers.

    There are seven classes of container ships worldwide, although traffic at Fairview Terminal is composed of only three. Ships under 3,000 TEUs are generally known as feeders, as they are used to transport containers from different ports and feed the larger vessels used in trans-oceanic service. Small feeders are considered to have a capacity of up to 1,000 TEUs, while Feedermax vessels top out at 3,000. To date, Fairview Terminal has only once welcomed a feeder class vessel. The now-decommissioned ER Perth arrived in February 2009 and moved 393 TEUs, setting a record as the smallest ship with the least number of container movements for a call at the terminal.

    Panamax class container ships range from 3,000 to 5,000 TEUs, and were the largest in the world for a decade that began in 1985. Panamax vessels account for only 3% of the nearly 600 container ships that called on the Port of Prince Rupert as of December 2012. By 1996, the Post-Panamax class of ships was born of the need to lower shipping costs through economies of scale. These are the majority of ships at Fairview Terminal, ranging from 5,000 to 8,000 TEUs. However, since 2010 Prince Rupert has received 27 container ships with capacities greater than 8,000 TEUs, known as Post-Panamax Plus.

    Until last year, the largest ships being used in trans-Pacific trade were a maximum of 10,000 TEUs, like the 9,500 TEU COSCO Guangzhou that called on Fairview in September 2012. Now an even larger class of container ships, known as New Panamax (12,500 TEUs), has begun to service large American west coast ports. Outside of North American trade there are even larger ships in service, dubbed the Post New Panamax, like the E Class with capacities as large as 15,000 TEUs. In fact on Friday, June 28, the first of Maersk Lines new 18,000 Triple-E Class ships will be delivered, becoming the largest container ships in the worldfor now.

    Our natural advantages like the depth of harbour and access to shipping lanes are what brought trans-Pacific container trade to the Port of Prince Rupert, but its our engineered advantages that keep this growing diversity of vessels moving safely, said Gary Paulson, Harbour Master at the Prince Rupert Port Authority. Were working with our partners to ensure a record number of container ships call on Fairview Terminal this year without incident, and were already planning for the future when there will be the potential for us to service even larger ships.

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

    Photo courtesy Prince Rupert Port AuthorityBIG DAY AT BERTH: The COSCO Guangzhou is the largest container ship to visit Prince Rupert. The 330-metre vessel has a capacity of 9,500 TEUs and arrived on September 22, 2012. There are seven classes of container ships worldwide.

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    B.C. can end povertyEditor:In 2012, a document was produced called the

    B.C. Child Poverty Report Card. It suggested that 10.5 per cent of our provinces

    child population was living below the poverty line, which meant about 87,000 children were living in poverty in this province. It also suggested 100,000 people used the provinces food banks each month; one-third of that 100,000 were children.

    Canadas child poverty rate of 15 per cent is three times higher than Sweden, Norway or Finland which means one in 10 children are living under the poverty line in Canada and one in 4 are First Nations children growing up in poverty.

    It is said poor people spend a greater portion of their budget on food than richer people do making the poor more vulnerable to increases in food prices. Thank goodness for food banks and food share programs along with community garden opportunities so that some can put a little healthy food stuff on their tables.

    It is also said, there is underachievement for children living in low income housing, that education is geared towards those who come from more advantaged backgrounds. Ineffective schools promote inferior academic performance.

    Statistically, poverty creates: crime, family unrest and separation, physical violence and abuse, addictions, mental and physical health issues, etc. If there is not enough food to eat, if there is poor housing, education inadequacies, lack of job skills, lack of job opportunities, inability to

    relocate, health issues and transportation issues, how is poverty to be eradicated? By raising wages/income all else rises too; so how do we overcome poverty?

    The provinces of Quebec, Newfoundland, Labrador, Manitoba, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia and Ontario have implemented Poverty Reduction Plans. Federally, the NDP, Liberals and Green parties have agreed to reduce poverty.

    Question: Why does B.C. not have a Poverty Reduction Plan? In recent election campaigns there was talk of establishing one. Lets see if it comes to pass or should the general public raise the question in the media and bring the question to a certain doorstep?

    Poverty cannot be eliminated by one; it takes a community to raise a child. We all have our bit to play.

    Simona IonitaChair, Kaien Anti Poverty Society

    Poverty cannot be eliminated by one; it takes a community to

    raise a child

    - Simona Ionita

    Keep hotels off TPR boardEditor:Re: Hoteliers on tourism board.This is a complete outrage! If Tourism Prince Rupert is in the hands of

    the hotels and B&Bs, they will undoubtedly use our taxpayer dollars to feed their own interest!

    What about the rest of the city? Instead why not use our hard-earned

    money and deal with the real issues at hand?

    Employment, security for our senior citizens, and more programs to educate high school graduates? Also, it is very difficult for small businesses in this town to keep running.

    No wonder Third Avenue looks like a big pot hole!

    Dawn BrigePrince Rupert

    Lotto voting must be a jokeEditor:I do not normally use this word, however the

    idea of a lottery system for voting is the dumbest idea yet.

    There is no guarantee that the people chosen would even vote. Most of all, how dare anybody

    suggest rescinding my democratic right to vote.Mr.MacKay you are way off base on this and

    hope you were jesting when you suggested this idea.

    Len LoveringPrince Rupert

    Opinion

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    CityWest addresses rumoursBy Martina Perry PRINCE RUPERT / The Northern View

    Prince Rumour.CityWests chief executive officer (CEO)

    Don Holkestad took aim at what he called rumours surrounding the company during his speech at last weeks Prince Rupert and District Chamber of Commerce luncheon.

    Holkestad started tackling myths by assuring a $20 million writedown to CityWest did not mean the company lost value.

    The fact theres a $20 million writedown is just for accounting and banking purposes only. The company is actually worth more than it has been, and continues to grow through investments we make outside of Prince Rupert, he said at the June 19 meeting.

    Some Rupertites are under the impression the City of Prince Rupert subsidizes CityWest, something Holkstad said is untrue.

    Ive heard this rumour forever. The truth of the matter is no money flows from the City of Prince Rupert to CityWest. Never has, never will. Were completely self-funded, he said.

    Holkestad said since the inception of the company, CityWest has put in excess of $60 million toward the city, and since 2005, has provided $25 million in wages and benefits, $6.5 million in taxes, dividends and debt-repayments to the city and $164,000 in community donations.

    The $6.5 million total doesnt include the expected $500,000 dividend CityWest was unable to pay the city this year. The company informed city council it wouldnt be handing over the cash for this years municipal budget in April because of the amount spent on tasks such as completing a fibre-optic system from Prince Rupert to Prince George.

    While Holkestad made no mention of the lack of dividend, he did speak about the costs of the fibre line and what it means for users. The CEO told chamber members between 2007 and 2010 CityWest constructed a fibre-optic backbone from Prince Rupert and Terrace to Kitimat, an $11 million investment, and in November of 2012 CityWest began building a fibre-optic system from Prince Rupert to Prince George at an estimated value of $50 million.

    Holkestad said prior to the creation of the fibre-optic system there were bandwidth constraints and said today CityWests system has 800 gigabites worth of transport, significantly speeding up the Internet.

    We built it to be ready for the business thats going to come to the north, he said.

    Another piece of gossip Holkestad addressed was that the citizens of Prince Rupert pay for network upgrades outside of Prince Rupert.

    No money from the city of Prince Rupert leaves the city of Prince Rupert. All the stuff we do outside of here, we finance through our own finances or through bank debt, he said.

    The CEO assured the audience the company is not getting out of the wireless business.

    Weve talked to all the major cell providers and tried to come up with come sort of deal, weve gone down that road quite a ways and in the end there hasnt been enough value for us to do that. Were still looking at other options ... we really do want to be in the wireless business, he said.

    Holkestad took the opportunity to announce CityWest is working on providing wireless fidelity (Wi-Fi) hot spots in Prince Rupert later in the year.

    Shaun Thomas / The Northern ViewSigns for Stiles Place, a restaurant soon to open at the former Pizza Hut location on 1st Avenue, went up earlier this month.

    sign stiles

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    BY SHAUN THOMAS PRINCE RUPERT / The Northern View

    The Prince Rupert Port Authority may have broke records in 2012, but those at the annual general meeting on June 19 were told the best is yet to come.

    A total of 22.2 million tonnes of goods moved through Prince Rupert in 2012, an increase of more than 15 per cent from 2011. As a result, revenues at the port authority rose by 40 per cent last year, climbing from $26.22 million in 2011 to $36.76 million in 2012. Last year was also one of growth for Prince Rupert, with Ridley Terminals undertaking an expansion to double its coal-handling capacity, work beginning on the Pinnacle Renewable Resources pellet export terminal at Westview Terminal and approval being received for the Road, Rail and Utility Corridor on Ridley Island.

    In 2012, the highlight reel of accomplishments experienced in this close-knit coastal community is something everyone in the region can be proud of. Prince Rupert now serves as a strong vital link between the worlds most dynamic economies, said board chair Bud Smith.

    Increasingly we anchor future prosperity for thousands of Canadian families who rely on trade flowing safely through our gateway port.

    Looking to the future, port authority president and CEO Don Krusel outlined growth that could realize 90 million tonnes moving through Prince Rupert with the expansion of Fairview Terminal and possible terminals including LNG, potash and bulk.

    Vessel calls in 2012 numbered approximately 430. By the time we get to

    2020, we expect a tripling of that, he said. Our commitment is that as we grow

    from 400 vessels to 1,200 vessels, we will maintain our record of safety ... with that kind of traffic, we want to make sure we are prepared.

    Another message Krusel focused on during his presentation was that while the projects are being worked on in Prince Rupert, the work being done is benefiting families and businesses across the globe.

    We here in town think of this as our port, the port of Prince Rupert ... I was in Memphis at a meeting of the Memphis Chamber of Commerce and they talk about it as their port, their gateway

    to Asia. When I am in Asia, they talk about it as their port, their gateway to North America, he said, pointing to employment on farms, in mines and in the forest sector depending on Prince Ruperts development.

    There has been a pivotal shift in the forest product industry from the U.S. to Asia and it is having Fairview Terminal that has allowed those in the northern forest industry to make that shift ... I can confidently say that if it was not for the container terminal being there, many of those in the forest sector would not have been able to make that change and survive.

    Fourth crane

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    Operations at Fairview Terminal in Prince Rupert will be picking up this summer with the expected arrival of another crane at the terminal site.

    I can confirm that there is a fourth crane on order, and we are hopeful it will arrive in mid-July, said Maher Terminals Canada vice-president and general manager Mark Schepp.

    The crane will be the first major expansion at Fairview since it opened in September 2007, and comes as the terminal exceeded its initial design capacity of 500,000 TEUs in 2012. The Prince Rupert Port Authority said it welcomes news of the additional crane, with president and CEO Don Krusel saying another crane will have a huge impact on Fairview Terminal.

    The belief is that once that crane is in place, and CN is doing some work along the corridor, the capacity at Fairview Terminal could be between 800,000 and 900,000 TEUs, he told those gathered at the ports annual general meeting on June 19.

    Prince Rupert Port Authority / Special to The Northern ViewPrince Rupert Port Authority president and CEO Don Krusel addresses the audience at the June 19 AGM.

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    Shaun Thomas / The Northern ViewPrince Rupert Port Authority president and CEO Don Krusel presents a cheque for $100,000 to Prince Rupert School District secretary-treasurer Cam McIntyre in support of the Prince Rupert Trades Training Program.

    PRPA supports CHSS trades training

    BY SHAUN THOMASPRINCE RUPERT / The Northern View

    The Prince Rupert Port Authority is contributing $100,000 to help those on the North Coast get the training needed to fill the jobs that come with projected industrial growth.

    The money will go toward the Prince Rupert Trades Training Project a partnership between Ridley Terminals, Northwest Community College and the Prince Rupert School District that will allow students at Charles Hays Secondary School to take a Millwright Foundations Program beginning this September and an Industrial Electrical Foundations Program beginning in February, 2014.

    The port authority is excited to have three of our community partners collaborating on these much-needed educational opportunities, said Don Krusel, president and CEO of the Prince Rupert Port Authority, in announcing the funding.

    We are happy to make this contribution that will allow people to pursue careers in their own communities, likely supporting the gateway industry the port authority and our partners are working hard to grow in a sustainable manner.

    The $100,000 is in addition to the $150,000 committed by Ridley Terminals, which will also be providing work

    experience for those enrolled in the programs. The money from the two organizations will be used to purchase the necessary equipment for the high school.

    Its our hope that the foundations programs will accelerate the career path of individuals seeking to enter the growing trades industry in our region and provide a lasting legacy of accessibility to training and employment, said Michelle Bryant, corporate affairs manager of Ridley Terminals Inc.

    This partnership between education and business is an important investment that will build local capacity to support the exciting opportunities happening in our communities.

    The money, announced during the Prince Rupert Port Authoritys June 19 annual general meeting, comes from the Community Investment Fund, which this year sits at $782,000 available for legacy projects. Since the fund was created in 2009, $2million has been made available to the community.

    Commitment of $100,000This contribution ... will allow people to

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    BY MARTINA PERRY PRINCE RUPERT / The Northern View

    Families from diverse cultural backgrounds gathered to celebrate and acknowledge the rich culture of Aboriginal Peoples during Prince Ruperts 15th annual National Aboriginal Day celebration at the civic centre on June 21.

    Following the welcoming prayer and the blessing of the fishing fleet by Rev. Peter Nelson, the event started with a number of dignitaries and community group representatives discussing the importance of Aboriginal Canadians and encouraging families to enjoy the full day of entertainment.

    Keep your children close. Share the knowledge of your families because that is the way we must sustain our Aboriginal culture and heritage. You must share with them the knowledge you have and your grandparents have, as well, Marlene Clifton, Prince Ruperts Aboriginal education council co-chair, said during her speech at the event.

    Clifton would later lead Grade 2 and Grade 3 Roosevelt drumming students in a performance containing of a number of First Nations songs. Students showcased the traditional drumming and singing they had been working on while many also wore First Nations regalia.

    Two Prince Rupert dance groups, the Sm Halyaat and Gitmaxmakay Nisgaa Dancers, provided entertainment with their dancing,

    drumming and singing. Both groups included dancers of all ages.

    Musicians Tom Rysstad, Keona St. Louis, Tuesday and Maddie Musterer, and Arianna Spencer provided musical entertainment, along with Prince Rupert bands Mermaid Cafe, Dylan Rysstad and the Rain Dogs, Laud Louden and the duo of Timothy Cassidy and Charlie Carlick.

    The headlining act at Prince Ruperts National Aboriginal Day was C-Weed, led by Errol C-Weed Ranville, along with his six-piece band. C-Weed is currently touring for the latest album Forever, with its first single placing number one on the National Aboriginal Top 40 Countdown. The group performed for audiences twice throughout the day.

    National Aboriginal Day recognizes and celebrates the cultures and contributions of the First Nations, Inuit and Metis peoples of Canada, being celebrated every June 21 since 1996.

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    Clockwise from top: Elder Murray Smith provides a welcome to the traditional territory of the Tsimshian Nation; the Roosevelt Drummers perform; Charlie Carlick and Timothy Cassidy sing for the crowd; Prince Ruperts National Aboriginal Day headlining act was C-Weed, led by Errol C-Weed Ranville.

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    Husband and wife win Vic Marion senior crowns

    BY TODD HAMILTON PRINCE RUPERT / The Northern View

    The party was on at the Holkestads on Sunday.

    Brian Holkestad defended his Vic Marion Senior Open title while his wife Rose captured her first senior womens title on Sunday on the Centennial Course at the Prince Rupert Golf Club.

    Brian held off a late charge by Cu Phan to fire a 77 in the final round to post a 36-hole total of 151, one stroke better than Phan.

    The pair were deadlocked heading into the back nine on Sunday but Phans bogey and Holkestads par on the 425-yard, Par 4 10th put Holkestad in the lead, a lead he stubbornly defended until the 16th.

    Holkestad moved to three-up taking advantage of consistent pars on 13 and 14, but despite taking a bogey himself, Phan made it interesting when Holkestad double-bogeyed 16.

    When I got to 18, I knew I was two-up but I pushed it right. I was thinking about going up over a tree, but I decided to play it smart. I laid up ... I figured even if I took a bogey there, I would still have him by one, Brian Holkestad said. I didnt gamble ... I just played it safe.

    Although Holkestad took his lumps for the poor drive and laid up hoping for bogey, there still was a tense moment for the four-time champion.

    I had a two-and-a-half-foot downhill putt ... it was really slick, he said. But when it went in [Phan] knew it was over ... he had been keeping track.

    Phan was unable to birdie the final hole giving Holkestad a one-stroke victory.

    Ravi Baidwan took third carding rounds of 81 and 87 for a 36-hole total of 158, seven strokes behind Holkestad.

    Ron Vandriel of Smithers, a 14-handicapper, captured the low net firing a 76 and an 81 for a net total of 129, six strokes clear of runner-up Roy Cage of Terrace.

    Dennis Oberreiter stormed back in the second round carding a 77 after an opening round 91 to win on a countback over Terry Sawka who posted rounds of 88 and 80 for the same two-day total of 168. Oberreiters birdie on 17 turned out to be the deciding factor to win the Low Gross title in the First Flight. Wade Johnson finished one stroke back at 169 after carding rounds of 86 and 83 but was good enough for the 16-handicapper to claim the Low Net title at 137.

    Larry Hope captured the Second Flight Low Gross with rounds of 90 and 91, one stroke better than Kitimats Paul Voykin who posted rounds of 92 and 90. Eric Hand was third finishing with rounds of 94 and 95.

    Jim McGregor of Smithers, a 29 handicap, signed off on rounds of 97 and 93 for a 36-hole net total of 132 to take the Second Flight Low Net over Byron Gordon at 141 and David Mio, also of Smithers, at 147.

    Rose Holkestad completed the family sweep and captured her first Vic Marion Senior Womens Open with a dominating performance on Sunday.

    Holkestad went into the final round tied with Janet Sheppard but, after a close front nine where Holkestad pulled ahead to a two-stroke lead, the Prince Rupert golfer in her first seniors tournament hammered the competition on the back nine to win by eight strokes.

    I was able to keep it together today, Rose said. Janet and I were neck-and-neck really until 16 when she got into a little trouble. After that, I just

    tried to keep it together.Sheppard bounced back after that difficult 16

    where she posted a 10 to still finish second with a 36-hole total of 186, eight back of Holkestads 178.

    Karin Williamson turned in rounds of 94 and 98 to capture third.

    Carol Bryant, a 37 handicap, fired rounds of her life to capture the Overall Low Net. Bryant signed off on rounds of 110 and 101 which worked out to net rounds of 73 and 64.

    The First Flight Low Gross title went to Judy Fraser who finished with rounds of 105 and 104 for a two-round total of 209 two strokes ahead of Bryants 211.

    Todd Hamilton / The Northern ViewVic Marion Senior Mens Open champ Brian Holkestad gives his wife Senior Womens champ Rose Holkestad a kiss on the 18th green of the Centennial Course at the Prince Rupert Golf Club on Sunday. Brian rang up his fourth open win while Rose took her home rst womens senior crown.

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    The Prince Rupert Rampage are honouring their teammate and their friend.

    The Rampage are hosting their 4th Annual Charity Golf Scramble on Saturday, July 6, in honour of former Rampage player Kyle Flaten who passed away in May.

    He was one of our dear friends and a big supporter of hockey. He wore No. 44, Dan Wright said, adding the team will be assisting the memorial fund in future events to keep Flaten and his family in team members hearts and thoughts.

    Were definitely always gonna be supporting [the fund] and helping underprivileged kids. Kyle always said that every kid should have a chance to play hockey, he said.

    Golfers will be able to make a donation on the courses 430-yard Par 4 9th. With a donation of $10 or more, golfers will be able to tee off in front of the creek, 200 yards closer to the hole. Money collected from No. 9 will go toward the Kyle Flaten Memorial Fund, which helps underprivileged children in Prince Rupert join minor hockey.

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    the Prince Rupert Wildlife Shelter, a volunteer organization run by long-time Prince Rupert residents Gunther and Nancy Golinia. The couple rescue, rehabilitate and release thousands of birds and animals over their two decades of volunteering.

    The 2012 Charity Golf Scramble raised $8,000 for the wildlife shelter, with organizers hoping to top that this year.

    Theyre always in dire need of financial help. Theyre struggling to work year to year, Wright said.

    The community gives us so much support, so weve got to give back, said Wright, who is the events main organizer along with helpers Ron German, Brett Stava and Derek Baker.

    Teams are comprised of four to five golfers with an entry fee of $70 per entrant.

    As of June 22, there were 15 teams signed up for the scramble, with room for 10 or 12 more teams.

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    Ken Minette / Special to The Northern ViewHannah Dudoward wins the 200 metres for the Grade 6 group

    Prince Rupert Middle School Track and Field results

    100 metre race:

    Grade 6 girls: 1st: Kailey Stava - 16.75 seconds

    2nd: Taylor Helin 16.8 second 3rd: Alexis

    Mintenko 16.9 seconds

    Grade 6 boys: 1st: Jose McKeever 15.8

    seconds 2nd: Kohen Chan 16.25 3rd: Espen

    Johansen 16.4 seconds

    Grade 7 girls: 1st: Hanna Wittchen 16.0

    seconds, 2nd: Ali Keisman & Emily Mair

    (tie) 16.4 seconds, 3rd: Jillian Jardim 16.8

    seconds

    Grade 7 boys: 1st: Cole Jeffrey - 14.37

    secodns, 2nd: Ryan Brown 15.0 seconds,

    3rd: Manreet Deol 15.68 seconds

    Grade 8 girls: 1st: Kaia Brown 14.68

    seconds, 2nd: Robyn Grant 14.87 seconds,

    3rd: Taylor Kuntz - 15.0 seconds

    Grade 8 boys: 1st: Cody Schaffer 13.25

    seconds, 2nd: Quinn Leighton 14.2 seconds,

    3rd: Eric Cornwall 14.5 seconds

    200 metre race:

    Grade 6 girls: 1st: Amy Leighton 35 seconds,

    2nd: Madison Abrhams 35.1 seconds, 3rd:

    Hannah Dudoward - 36.6 seconds

    Grade 6 boys: 1st: Kohen Chan - 32.4 seconds,

    2nd: Brandon McKay 35.0 seconds, 3rd:

    Lyndon Drummond 35.2 seconds

    Grade 7 girls: 1st: Isobel Leblanc 32.1

    seconds, 2nd: Emily Cavin 34.1 seconds,

    3rd: Isabelle Gray 34.7 seconds

    Grade 7 boys: 1st: Kody Deschamps 32.1

    seconds, 2nd: Malcolm Brown 33.9 seconds,

    3rd: Trevor Uppal 34.8 seconds

    Grade 8 girls: 1st: Miah Hardy 33.4 seconds,

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    Kennedy Weir 36.2 seconds.

    Grade 8 boys: Eric Cornwall 29.2 seconds,

    2nd: Jacob Holowachuk 30.7 seconds, 3rd:

    Josh Reniero 31.3 seconds

    400 metre race

    Grade 6 girls: 1st: Madison Abrahams 123.3

    seconds, 2nd: Mataya Aceto 124.5 seconds,

    3rd: Jessica Nguyen 126.8 seconds

    Grade 6 boys: 1st: Bren Stevenson 122.18

    seconds, 2nd: Scott Langille 130.31

    seconds, 3rd: Dean Bonneschranz 132.4

    seconds

    Grade 7 girls: 1st: Reagan Pomponio 118

    seconds, 2nd: Alexi Armstrong 120.2

    seconds, 3rd: Katrina Duong 120.8 seconds

    Grade 7 boys: 1st: Jakob Ingvalleson 119.4

    seconds, 2nd: Michael Kitchner 120.8

    seconds, 3rd: Kyle Ryan 122.4 seconds

    Grade 8 girls: 1st: Suttira Johansen 111.25

    seconds, 2nd: Robyn Grant 117.1 seconds,

    3rd: Chelsea Mitchell 119.4 seconds

    Grade 8 boys: 1st: Dylan McKenzie

    106 seconds, 2nd: Ben Rabel 110.9 seconds,

    3rd: Emmet Hogendoorn 117 seconds

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    Grade 6 girls: 1st: Chantal Helin - 32.7 ft,

    2nd: Grace Simmonds 27.55 ft, 3rd:

    Erica Brown - 26.9 ft

    Grade 6 boys: 1st: Eric Lees - 40 ft, 2nd: Jose

    McKeever 39.4 ft, 3rd: Marcus DeAraujo

    38.9 ft

    Shot put

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    2nd: Renae Atchison - 6.3 ft, 3rd: Selena

    Nelson 5.9 ft

    Grade 7 boys: 1st: Trey Kish 8.9 ft, 2nd: Eric

    Tubb 8.7 ft, 3rd: Nathan Farnum 8.6 ft

    Grade 8 girls: 1st: Emily McMillian - 7.7 ft,

    2nd: Sylvia Hill 6.9 ft, 3rd: Robyn Grant 6.6

    ft

    Grade 8 boys: 1st: Quinn Leighton 12.3

    ft, 2nd: Julien Sampson 9.5 ft, 3rd: Sol

    Morrison 8.25 ft

    high jump:

    Grade 6 girls: 1st: Kimmy Huynh 1.05m,

    2nd: Hanna McGovern - 1.05m, 3rd: Anissa

    Barton - 1.0m

    Grade 6 boys: 1st: Eric Lees 1.25m, 2nd:

    Zach Knockwood 1.10m, 3rd: Dean

    Bonneschranz 1.05m

    Grade 7 girls: 1st: Janna Nelson

    1.20m, 2nd: Kathy Nguyen 1.15m, 3rd:

    Dianna Nguyen - 1.15m

    Grade 7 boys: 1st: Ryan Brown 1.25m, 2nd:

    Jakob Ingvalleson 1.20m, 3rd: Jacy North

    1.20m

    Grade 8 girls: 1st: Emily McMillian 1.30m

    2nd: Kennedy Weir 1.25m, 3rd: Robyn Grant

    - 1.20m

    Grade 8 boys: 1st: Cody Schaffer 1.35, 2nd:

    Bailey Tapper 1.30m, 3rd: Ryley Main

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    2nd: Texas Campbell 3.31m, 3rd: Dean

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    Grade 7 girls: 1st: Linnea Cuzner 3.30m,

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    Cochrane - 2.95m

    Grade 7 boys: 1st: Cameron McCann

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    Dixon 3.18m

    Grade 8 girls: 1st: Rachael Hurlbert: 3.75m,

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    Robinson 3.05m

    Grade 8 boys: 1st: Cody Schaffer 4.35 m,

    2nd: Ryley Main 4.12m, 3rd: Kolby Jones

    - 4.05m

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    Celebrate at Mariners ParkBY MARTINA PERRY PRINCE RUPERT / The Northern View

    The Prince Rupert Special Events Society is inviting the community out to celebrate Canadas Day on July 1, with a day of fun taking place at Mariners Park between noon and 4 p.m.

    Joy Sundin with the Prince Rupert Special Events Society encourages people to come on down and celebrate Canadas 146th birthday.

    Wed sure like people to come down in Canadiana costumes. Put on your best red and white costume and show off your Canadian pride, Sundin said.

    The celebration will begin with speeches by dignitaries, including Prince Rupert Mayor Jack Mussallem and North Coast MLA Jennifer Rice.

    Following the speeches, plenty of birthday cake will be handed out with helpers distributing free Canadian flags, pins and memorabilia.

    Prince Rupert musician Peter Witherly has been organizing a line up of bands to perform throughout the event including the Prince Rupert Community Band, the Muskeg Swing Band, Men Who Listen, the Prince Rupert Youth Fiddlers led by Andrew Goulet, Thursday Knights and France Riley.

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    music, Sundin said. There will also be games and activities

    to keep children entertained, with games including three legged races, leap frog, spoon and egg races, backward races, the water balloon toss, wheelbarrow races, and activities such as face painting, tattoos and bubble blowing.

    A number of multi-cultural food vendors will be setting up stands to selling a wide variety of delicious snacks and meals.

    Wrapping up the Special Event Societys Canada Day activities will be a firework display at 11:15 p.m. The volunteer Prince Rupert Fireworks team will spend two days setting up the firework display, which will best be seen from Mariners Park.

    Fireworks will be weather permitting, but will not happen if there is fog, low clouds or high winds.

    Put on your best red and white costume and show off your Canadian pride.

    - Joy Sundin

    The history of the flagBY SHAUN THOMAS PRINCE RUPERT / The Northern View

    Upon confederation in 1867, Canadas national flag remained the Royal Union Flag, the Union Jack.

    Although that was Canadas official flag, Prime Minister John A. Macdonald took to flying the unique Canadian Red Ensign as a distinctive flag of Canada.

    The Canadian Red Ensign was a red flag with the Union Jack in the top left hand corner and the Coat of Arms of the different provinces in the centre right portion of the flag. Although it had no official designation, it was commonly used on Canadian vessels traveling the seas. It also flew over Parliament buildings until it was replaced by the Union Jack in 1904. On September 5, 1945, following World War II, the Governor General produced an Order in Council that permitted the flying of the flag over federal buildings in Canada and internationally.

    In 1964 Prime Minister Lester B.

    Pearson wanted to make sure Canada had a new flag and presented his proposed flag to the House of Commons. The flag proved to be quite divisive amongst different parties in the country and an all-party committee was formed to select Canadas flag.

    That October the committee came back with three designs to choose from: One with three red maple leaves with blue bars, one with a single red maple leaf on a white square with red bars and one with both the Union Jack and three fleurs-de-lis.

    On October 29, 1964 the committee made the recommendation that the single maple leaf design be adopted. But division around the country and in the House of Commons persisted and it wasnt until 2:15 a.m. on December 15, 1964 that the House of Commons adopted the flag as it stands today by a vote of 163-78.

    The design of the new flag was said to be the idea of Dr. George Stanley.

    Happy Birthday Canada

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    RCMP Royal Canadian Legion

    Cutting and handing out of the huge Birthday Cakes

    Prince Rupert Brownies and Girl Guides will be handing out

    Canada flags, pins and Canadian memorabilia.

    Canada Celebration Draws throughout the day

    Canada history quiz for adults. It is a combination of history, economics

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    Canadian knowledge!

    Face painting, Maple Leaf tattoos, helium balloons and bubble blowing.

    These are free activities, for your enjoyment.

    12:30 4:00 p.m. Multicultural Music Entertainment:

    Prince Rupert Community Band O Canada, marches and a variety of

    well-known tunes from Ghost Busters to Tijuana Brass

    Frances Riley (original tunes)

    Men Who Listen (Rudy Kelly, Barry Eso, Bob Pearson) - hard rock

    covers Prince Rupert Youth Fiddlers

    (Andrew Goulet & students) - East Coast & Mtis fiddle tunes

    Thursdays Knights (Blair Marr-Verge, Aidan Galletti-Viscount) -

    original tunes

    Muskeg Swing Band 18 piece Big Band playing swing, jazz and Latin

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    participants

    Wheel barrow race Leap frog

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    3 p.m. Canadiana Costume Walkabout

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    weather permitting.

    Low cloud or high winds will cancel the fireworks. Mariners Park is a great viewing spot. Come out with

    your kids in their pjs to enjoy the fireworks over the harbour!

    Canada Day 2013 schedule of events

    The Northern View archives

    The three-legged race and birthday cake will be among the celebration activities returning for Canada Day 2013 on July 1 in Mariners Park.

    Happy Birthday Canada

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    Todd Hamilton / The Northern ViewFormer Prince Rupert native and broadcast legend Craig Oliver, right, laughs as Lloyd Robertson recounts their long history together during the Prince Rupert Regional Community Foundations Celebrity Dinner on Sunday. Robertson, the former chief anchor and senior editor of CTVs national evening newscast headlined the sold out affair emceed by another famous Prince Rupert broadcaster, Gloria Macarenko, co-host of CBC News: Vancouver.

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    Justice for Justin support

    growingBy Shaun ThomaS PRINCE RUPERT / The Northern View

    Support for the Justice for Justin Campaign remains strong, with businesses and individuals helping the Brooks family.

    The Fathers Day Loonie Auction held at the North Coast Convention Centre on June 16 raised a total of $1,594.90, with the auction itself raising $1,291 thanks to donations from the business community and community at large and an additional $303 coming from the 50/50 and cash donations at the event.

    But aside from those in attendance, people of all ages are doing what they can to help the family hire a private investigator to look into Justins death. Cheryl Ryan, Justins mother, menthing that 12-year-old Dakota Morgan held a penny drive and ended up donating $100 for the cause.

    As of June 24, Ryan said there was $4,206.35 in the account with fundraising ongoing, including a Justice for Justin Bingo event in Lax Kwalaams held Monday and shirt sales continuing around Prince Rupert.

    All money collected though fundraising will be going toward a cash reward for anyone with vital tips about the happenings of the early morning of March 4 and hiring a private investigator.

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    Haida Gwaii

    Jack Litrell Photography / Special to The Northern ViewDr. Ken Leslie (aka the Bubbleman) entertains during National Aboriginal Day in Old Massett on June 21.

    BUBBLE FUN

    BY MARTINA PERRY PRINCE RUPERT / The Northern View

    The $50 million Queen Charlotte/Haida Gwaii Hospital is one step closer to being built with the preferred proponent to design and construct the hospital announced on June 19.

    Bouygues Building Canada was chosen to construct the project in partnership with architect Perkins+Will, the firm that will design the facility. The company came out on top in an extensive evaluation of three teams shortlisted to create the new hospital.

    The announcement of the company that will design and build this new facility is an exciting step forward in the Queen Charlotte/Haida Gwaii Hospital replacement project. This project represents our ongoing commitment to investing in new health care facilities and services for residents of northern B.C., Terry Lake, B.C.s Minister of Health, said.

    The next step before construction begins will be concluding negotiations with Bouygues Building Canada, which is expected to result in a fixed-priced agreement by summer 2013. The completion of the Queen Charlotte/Haida Gwaii Hospital is scheduled for the fall of 2015.

    It is exciting to have the preferred proponent selected, said Carol Kulesha, Village of Queen Charlotte Mayor.

    Ive seen photographs of buildings theyve put up, and they look pretty remarkable. This is an international company with a strong reputation. Im very pleased a firm of their stature wants to build this hospital.

    Once complete, the replacement hospital will include

    eight acute-care beds, one labour, delivery and recovery suite and a new home and community care wing that will include eight residential-care beds for clients with complex needs.

    The new hospitals design was unveiled at a community open house and update at the Haida Heritage Centre on June 25. The design includes a designated program space for diagnostic imaging, and laboratory and pharmacy services, as well as an ambulatory/primary care centre that will provide space for the delivery of public mental health and addictions programs, and home and community care services.

    All three proponents were first class, so people arent nervous about [the design]. Theyre excited to see the hospital get going, Kulesha said.

    When construction is underway, the process is expected to provide a stimulus for Haida Gwaiis economy with the creation of approximately 189 direct jobs and 143 indirect jobs.

    Contract for QCC hospital awardedThis is an international company

    with a strong reputation.

    - Carol Kulesha

    Getting rid of the rats

    BY SHAUN THOMAS PRINCE RUPERT / The Northern View

    Rats in Gwaii Haanas are being targeted for termination.

    The Haida Nation and Parks Canada are teaming up for the second phase of a rat e r a d i c a t i o n program that calls for aerial eradication by dropping bait c o n t a i n i n g rodenticide from a helicopter over Murchison and Faraday Islands beginning in September.

    The elimination of Norway and Black rats, believed to have been introduced to the islands in the late 1700s, is being done to protect naturally occurring species in the park, something both the Haida and Parks Canada say is important to the integrity of the area.

    This project will correct an imbalance and allow seabirds and other creatures to return to their natural homes and thrive. It is a significant step toward re-establishing a healthy ecosystem, said Ernie Gladstone, Gwaii Haanas field unit superintendent.

    The introduction of rats to many of the forested islands of Haida Gwaii has meant the demise of several historic seabird nesting colonies. Of particular interest is the Ancient Murrelet, a species at risk. Also known as SGin Xaana or Night bird, this was once an important food source for our people, said Peter Lantin, President of the Haida Nation.

    During the aerial eradication, Parks Canada and the Haida Nation will be drawing on the expertise of those who have carried out similar projects in the U.S., Canada, New Zealand and Mexico. Monitoring will include establishing baseline population data and monitoring the populations of nesting seabirds, songbirds, small mammals and intertidal foragers in response to the removal of rats.

    The five-year project began in 2009, with a ground eradication program taking place on Arichika and Bischof Islands in 2011. The program has been supported through partnerships with Island Conservation and Coastal Conservation, a leading groups in the field, along with a new $400,000 U.S. contribution from the U.S. National Fish and Wildlife Foundation a non-governmental, charitable body established by Congress.

    Aerial eradication in Gwaii Haanas

    This project will correct an imbalance.

    - Ernie Gladstone

  • B2 Northern View June 26, 2013 www.thenorthernview.comHaida Gwaii

    Photo credit: Courtesy of the Prince Rupert City & Regional Archives

    Now - Today the home looks very different but still retains the magnificent view of the harbour.

    Then and Nowbrought to you by

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    Then - The home of Dr. and Mrs. Mandy at 1961 Graham Avenue, ca. 1935. In her book, Our Trail Led Northwest, Madge Mandy stated, My view of Prince Rupert was breathtaking. What a beautiful setting. Her love of the outdoors and gardening was evident in the gardens around their home.

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    Jack Litrell Photography / Special to The Northern ViewIt was a carnival atmosphere in Queen Charlotte on Saturday for the 10th Annual Hospital Day.

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    Water quality fix not cheapBy Shaun ThomaS PRINCE RUPERT / The Northern View

    The Skeena Queen Charlotte Regional District has brought forward some ideas to alleviate water quality concerns in Sandspit, but a fix wont be cheap.

    In a report to the board at the June 22 meeting, chief administrative officer Joan Merrick provided a list of small communities that had small water projects installed and the associated cost. The closest community to the 208 connections needed in Sandspit was the project in New Hazelton with 220 connections, but that came with a capital cost of $3.75 million and an annual operating cost of $90,000.

    Assuming that the Regional District could potentially receive one-half to two-thirds grant funding for a $3.7 million project, the burden per parcel to finance the remaining capital

    cost would be between $432 to $653 per year. The additional costs of operating a treatment plant would likely be $375 to $468 per year. These charges are in addition to the $250 user fees and $225 parcel tax already charged to fund the current operating costs of the water system. Lowest total estimated cost per household would be approximately $1,282 per year, wrote Merrick, who noted that an inline treatment system might be a more effective option.

    Some research would have to be done regarding the cost of this type of unit, but it is expected to be under $1,000 per household (one time cost) plus annual costs for filter replacement and maintenance. These costs would be borne directly by the household and not funded as part of the water system.

    Another benefit to the inline system is the lack of necessary maintenance staff, positions Merrick said may not be easy to fill.

    Rare whale sightedBy marTina Perry PRINCE RUPERT / The Northern View

    A rare species of whale was spotted for the first time in more than 60 years in the ocean near Haida Gwaii earlier this month, a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for the experts lucky enough to see it.

    While James Pilkington, a biologist with Fisheries and Oceans Canada (DFO), was aboard a vessel surveying whales off the coast of Haida Gwaii on June 9, he sighted a creature he had never seen during his years surveying: A North Pacific right whale.

    I never thought Id see a North Pacific right whale in my lifetime, let alone have the opportunity to

    study it over several days. I was ecstatic, he said.

    Fellow DFO biologists John Ford and Graeme Ellis were working nearby at Langara Island, and were picked up a shortly after Pilkington saw the whale again.

    We managed to spend a whole day observing the whale and learning about it. Seeing its behaviour was an amazing experience, said Ford, head of the Cetacean Research Program at DFOs Pacific Biological Station in Nanaimo.

    The trio watched as the North Pacific right whale swam on the surface of the ocean eating zooplankton for extended periods of time.

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    June 15- Aug 31: First United Church Summer Market 9am-noon. Table rental avail. Phone 250-624-2087 Everyone wel-come.

    June 22: Senior Games Zone 10 Meet-ing 1:00 pm @ Snowflake Seniors Center, River Lodge 658 Columbia Ave W. Kitimat. All seniors going to the 2013 Kamloops games should attend. Zone 10 - P.R., Terrace, Kita-mat, Nass Valley & Haida Gwaii.

    July 4 - 6: Knights of Columbus is holding a Mega Flea Market on Thurs. & Fri, 5pm - 8pm; Sat. 9am - 2pm in the Annunciation School Gym, Fulton Street, Prince Rupert BC.

    July 6: P.R. Seniors Centre will be having a Giant Garage Sale from 9am - 1pm. Table rentals avail. Lunch/coffee avail. Phone 250-627-1900 for more info.

    ONGOING

    Prince Rupert Special Events Society is looking for entertainers to perform at the Mar-iners Park Bandstand as part of Canada Cay Celebrations, on Monday afternoon July 1st. If you can help Prince Rupert celebrate Cana-das 146 birthday, please email prspecialev-ents@citytel.net or call 250-624-9118.

    The YWCA invites you to a two-day FREE Train-the-Trainer course in your commu-nity on taking action against abuse of older adults. For more info, contact Project Coor-dinator Renu at rchaudhry@ywcavan.org or 604-895-5790

    Prince Rupert Garden Club is looking for suggestions gardens to be featured in the 2013 Garden Tour on the last Sunday of July. These gardens do not have to be perfect or even completed. For more information, call Andree Fawcett 25-624-3666 or email an-dree@citytel.com

    Deadline for Memorial Plaque appli-cations for plaques to be placed along the waterfront is April 30, 2013. Plaques will be dedicated at Seafest Sunset Memorial Ser-vice on June 9/13 @ Mariners Park. Appli-cations can be dropped off @ Prince Rupert Archives located under City Hall on parking lot side. Open Mon. to Fri, 10am - 3pm. For more info call 250-624-3326 or email ar-chives@citytel.net

    Prince Rupert Alcoholics Anonymous - If you want to drink, thats your business. If you want to stop, thats ours. Prince 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

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

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

    Friendship House of Prince Rupert Hosts: AamaGoot_Power Puff Girlz Club (ages 7-12), Tuesdays 3pm - 5pm, 3rd floor meeting rm. AamaGoot Womens Carving Learn to Carve Wednesday eve. 6pm - 9pm, Main level-back entrance. AamaGoot Ladyz Club (18yrs +), Learn new artistic designs through sewing, beading, etc. Saturdays 1pm - 4pm, 3rd floor meeting rm. Contact Carol Doolan @ Friendship House 250-627-1717, ext. 64 for more information.

    Kaien Anti-Poverty Society is seeking persons interested in becoming 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: Coffee mornings @ 202-6th Ave. W. Tue & Wed 10am - noon, Sunday Celebration 10:30 every week. All are welcome! 250-627-1033

    This is not church! There are no expecta-tions of financial support or service. Instead this is a celebration of faith in Jesus Christ. Every Sunday eve. at 7pm, join us for a time of praise, prayer and proclamation at the Sal-vation Army, 25 Grenville Court.

    TOPS (Take off pounds sensibly) Prince Rupert meets Monday evenings in the basement of the Fellowship 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 Program 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 play-ing, please call School District office @ 250-627-6717 for pick up.

    The Heritage Advisory Committee is looking for new members, if you are interest-ed please drop a note to: Heritage Advisory Committe, PO Box 181, Prince Rupert, BC, V8J 3P6

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

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    Help WantedCoast Tsimshian Fish Plant has a short-term position available for Shipping Clerk for the upcoming salmon season. Duties Include: - Making arrangements with trucking and shipping com-panies- Communicating with barge service and plant personnel in Lax Kwalaams- Tracking and monitoring shipmentsGood organization and com-munication skills essential. Remuneration will be based on skill level.Email resume to:Merrilee.tsimshianfp@gmail.comor drop off at:

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    Congratulations

    Class of 2013

  • CHARLES HAYS SECONDARY SCHOOLGraduating Class of 2013

    Anthony Adams Marcus Anderson Brandon Armstrong Hubert Aster Tehya Athanasopoulos Jordan Aubee Jaylon Basso Dorian Berchtold

    Samantha Beynon Aaron Blom Jane Bradbury Caleb Brown Miranda Bruce Caitlenn Bull Aidan Campbell-Wilkins Colten Cann

    Taylor Comeau-Swim Charleen Courtorielle Jae Crosby-Ratte Autumn Culver Marissa Cunningham Aaron Dalagan Thomas Dann Heather Doleman

    CongratulationsWishing you all the best in the future

    Class of 2013

    Keep on shining!

    www.northsave.com

    Prince Rupert

    There is a good reason they call these ceremonies commencement exercises

    Graduation is not the end; its the beginning. -Orrin Hatch

    C2 Northern View June 26, 2013 www.thenorthernview.comGrad 2013

  • CHARLES HAYS SECONDARY SCHOOL

    Do not go where the path may lead; go instead where there is no path and leave a trail

    -Ralph Waldo Emerson

    Graduating Class of 2013

    Joshua Doleman Sasha Doolan Steven Drozd Kendal Drummond Curtis Duck Gillian Dudoward Anh Duong Jordan Edwards

    Ryan Fabbi Tianna Farrington Danica Ferguson Daulton Ferguson Kaleb Fitzsimmons Kyle Frohlich Wendy Gaetz Alorah Gardiner

    Austin Giesbrecht Jasdeep Gill Brandon Gladstone Joey Godin Chantelle Gof c Ryley Gof c Gaige Goodacre Brandon Gosnell

    Mayor & Council

    Good Luck in the Future!

    would like to Congratulate

    the Grads of 2013

    DISTRICT OF PORT EDWARDwww.portedward.ca

    Reitmans Wal-Mart Marks Work WearhouseH&R Block TD Canada Trust Naomis Grill The SourceFeilds Home Hardware Building Centre Express News

    Archibald Clarke & Defi eux Insurance Services Ltd. DollaramaRoyal LePage Prince Rupert Warehouse One The Jean StoreMr. Natural Natural Foods & Vitamins RBC Financial GroupRavens Piercing Professional Piercing & Permanent Make-up

    No. 1 Fast Food Shoppers Drug Mart Thomas Cook Quadra Travel BC Lottery Centre

    CONGRATULATIONS GRADUATES!

    500 2nd Avenue West, Prince Rupert, BC

    250-624-5163

    On behalf of our tenants

    Congratulations to the Grads of 2013

    115 - 3rd St Call 250-627-5003 Office Hours: Monday to Friday 9:00am to 5:00pm

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    June 26, 2013 Northern View C3www.thenorthernview.com Grad 2013

  • CHARLES HAYS SECONDARY SCHOOLGraduating Class of 2013

    Laura Grantham Josephine Gray Amanda Hagen Sheldon Hansen Bolton Harris Jessica Hembroff Madison Hodam Connor Horcoff

    Brett Hutcheon Sean Hutcheon Unwerdeep Jhajj Randal Johnson William Keating Austyn King Matthew Kloepper Grace Kovacs

    Congratulations to you all from the Prince RupertDistrict Teachers Union

    Education is not filling a bucket, but

    lighting a fire. ~ William Butler Yeats

    Rev up for the future!

    Congratulations from the team at

    Franks Auto

    Congratulations

    Franks Auto1045 Saskatoon Avenue,

    Prince Rupert 250-624-4707

    FRANKS AUTO REPAIR (1996)YOUR ONE STOP REPAIR SHOP!

    C4 Northern View June 26, 2013 www.thenorthernview.comGrad 2013

    Each day offers the promise of new possibilities. Rise con dently and embrace them wholeheartedly. They hold great power.

    - Author unknown

    PRINCE RUPERT

    Graduation is only a concept. In real life every day you graduate. Graduation is a process that goes on until the last day of your life. If you can

    grasp that, youll make a difference.- Arie Pencovici

  • CHARLES HAYS SECONDARY SCHOOLGraduating Class of 2013

    Naomi Kowal Keira Lane John Le Angel Lecuyer Casey Lennon Gregory Loroff Darion Lussier Christopher Mair

    Kate Marr-Verge Nayulk Marshall Ryder Martin Seamus McConville Parker McLean Tommisina McLeod Ivy McNabb Stacey McNeill

    (250) 627-8000150 3rd Ave East, Prince Rupert

    Over 200,000 quality parts available

    Tools and light equipment

    Hydraulic Hoses & Fittings

    Congratulations to the Graduates

    of 2013!a c& d

    archibald clarke& defieuxinsurance services ltd.

    Rupert Square Mall, Lower LevelTEL: 250.624.9185 FAX: 250.624.6647

    on your Graduation!Celebrate Safely.

    Congratulations

    Prince ruPert250-624-4357

    toll Free 1-855-604-4357

    A successful person is one who can lay a firm foundation with the bricks

    that others throw at him or her.~David Brinkley

    June 26, 2013 Northern View C5www.thenorthernview.com Grad 2013

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    Pacific Coast Veterinary Hospital975 Chamberlin Avenue 250-627-1161

    Congratulations Grads of 2013!

  • CHARLES HAYS SECONDARY SCHOOL

    Bryce Meers Tyrone-Jade Melegrito Jagveer Minhas Jessica Mokrzycki Paige Montague-Wheatley Brittnay Moore Magdelene Moore Graham Morgan

    Shanice Morgan Melissa Muncaster Natalie Muncaster Alexandra Murray Madison Musterer Tuesday Musterer Alex Nelson Bonnie Nguyen

    Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world.

    - Nelson Mandela

    250-627-1304 1-800-663-76721027 Chamberlin Ave, Prince Rupert

    Congratulations to the Graduating Class of 2013!

    Auto Parts and AccessoriesHeavy Duty Industrial

    Batteries for everything

    North Coast Constituency Of ce818 3rd Ave W, Prince Rupert

    250-624-7734 or 1-866-624-7734 jennifer.rice.mla@leg.bc.ca

    Jennifer Rice, MLA North Coast

    Jennifer Rice, MLA Jennifer Rice, MLA

    Congratulations to the Grads of 2013

    We wish you continued successin whatever path you choose!

    Get ready now for a bright future...continue your education. Congratulations,

    Graduates of 2013!

    www.hseds.ca250-624-9498

    208 First Ave East, Prince Rupert

    C6 Northern View June 26, 2013 www.thenorthernview.comGrad 2013

    Graduating Class of 2013

  • CHARLES HAYS SECONDARY SCHOOL

    Maria Repole Tristen Repole Kayla Risdale Julia Roberts Andrew Robinson George Robinson Luke Rudderham Charles Ryan

    Kylee Ryan Clifford Sampare Michaela Sankey Casey Sawchuck Navjot Sekhon Bharti Sharma Simrat Sidhu Maxwell Smith

    Danny Nguyen Kody Nuttall Carter Parnell Lee Paul Shane Paypompee Taylor Peacock Sarah Pike Bethani Reece

    We would like to thank the following businesses for their generous support to the Graduation class of 2013. The evening was a great success and would not have been possible

    without the support from our local businesses listed below. Thank you again!2nd Avenue Medical Clinic

    3rd Avenue Car WashBC Liquor Stores - Dry Grad

    CampaignBear Creek Contracting

    Bridgeview MarineTerry Campbell

    Canadian Fishing CompanyChances Convention Center

    Charles Hays Parents Advisory Council (PAC)

    Christine Storey, Tanya Ostrom & Ron German

    City FurnitureCity of Prince Rupert

    CityWestCoastal Nails

    Community Futures PNWConrad Elementary School

    Cooks JewelersCornerstones Wellness

    Cow Bay Gift GalleyCowpuccinos Coffee House

    Crest Hotel

    Curling Club - Jessica Bernhardt,

    Katie WahlDataboy Solutions

    Dick Bury Hair DesignDollarama

    Dundee WealthDwayne Davey Drywall

    East WindFirst Canada Buslines

    Drivers Chinder & BrianFranks Auto Repair

    Helena GeskeGrassy Bay ServicesHarbour Machining

    Harris & Wick GoldsmithsHawkair

    Home HardwareHomework

    IntertekJ & E Tackle

    Jazz Productions Assoc.Joes Auto body

    Karl Hugenschmidt, CGA

    Lester Center of the ArtsMansons JewelersMatrix ConstructionMcCarthy MotorsMike Zawislak-

    Empire StevedoringNapa Auto PartsNo.1 Fast Foods

    Northern Industrial SalesNorthern Savings

    Credit UnionNorthwest

    Community CollegeOpa SushiOverwaitea

    Pacific Net & TwinePanago Pizza

    PeterbiltPineridge School

    Prince Rupert Grain Ltd.Prince Rupert Port Authority

    P.R. Minor Hockey Association

    Progressive Steel

    Rainbow ChryslerRealty Executives -

    Gordon KobzaReggie Huskins

    Alexander Clifton RidleyRoyal Lepage - Dorothy WhartonEmily KawaguchiRupert CleanersRupert Disposal

    Sea Horse TradingSheryl Sadorski

    Skeena TaxiSpectrum City Dance Ltd.

    StarbucksStuck On Designs

    Sullivan MechanicalSid Dickens

    The ElectricianTonja S Horne Inc.

    UNBCWainwright Marine

    Wicked Addiction Tattoos

    Thank you to the Grad 2013 Prom committee, all the parents and volunteers.

    June 26, 2013 Northern View C7www.thenorthernview.com Grad 2013

    Graduating Class of 2013

  • Michael Walsh Bryton Wells Cody White Daniel Wightman Randal Wilson Alene Wong Brady Youngman

    Megan Spence Lucas Statham Kanisha Stephens Kendall Stewart Ann-Marie Stogrin Norman Stokkeland Ashley Sullivan Mark Tait

    Alicia Tapper Niamh Tighe Kevin Torio Alex Trimble Shannelle Van tunen Shayden Vanderwiel Jordan Vendittelli Mathew Waddington

    C8 Northern View June 26, 2013 www.thenorthernview.comGrad 2013

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    ere are many di erent ways of following through Sometimes its about going there, not getting there. Sometimes its the journey that teaches you a lot about your destination.

    - Drake

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