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  • VOL. 8 NO. 47 Wednesday, November 13, 2013 FREE

    PRINCE RUPERT

    What to know about tsunamis

    Page A9

    News

    BG Group commits $5 million

    Page A11

    Business

    Rupert Atoms come up big

    Page A13

    Sports

    Liddle given provincial award

    Page B1

    Haida Gwaii

    IN HONOUR

    BY SHAUN THOMAS PRINCE RUPERT / The Northern View

    Prince Rupert activists will be joining others across the country on Nov. 16 to protest growth in the oil development and export industries.

    Dubbed Save Our Seafood Chowder Defend Our Community, the outdoor rally scheduled to take place across from Atlin Terminal from noon to 1 p.m. is part of the nationwide Defend Our Climate, Defend Our Communities day of action. Luanne Roth, one of the events organizers, said the hope is to make a major statement to the federal government.

    The idea is to show there are people all

    across Canada who oppose expanding energy projects. The tar sands, if they continued as they are would be harmful, but they want to expand it to double or even triple operations, she said, noting the concerns are both local and global.

    There is a bit of a theme in protecting our

    communities in terms of water quality and quality of life, but also protecting our climate. We need to look at where our priorities are and what our vision for that is.

    Organizers chose Atlin Terminal as the location to send a message to the Prince Rupert Port Authority, who have acknowledged discussions have taken place with Nexen that would see oil arriving by rail to be exported from Prince Rupert.

    In Prince Rupert, our main concern is oil tankers and pollution of the water. The Prince Rupert Port Authority is planning to have oil tankers at the port, and we want to let them know we do not want tankers in Prince Rupert, said Roth.

    BY SHAUN THOMAS PRINCE RUPERT / The Northern View

    Five of the six candidates looking to fill the council seat vacated by MLA Jennifer Rice faced the public on Wednesday night during the lone all-candidates forum of the campaign at the Lester Centre of the Arts.

    Each of the present candidates in the Nov. 16 b y e l e c t i o n Larry Golden, James Kirk, Len Lovering, Wade Niesh and Gurvinder Randhawa began the evening by introducing themselves through opening statements, while moderator Tom Harvey read a statement from candidate Barry Cunningham, who was unable to attend due to medical issues.

    Candidates make

    their case

    Activists to rally against oil tankers in RupertPort Authority targeted for possible oil exports

    Todd Hamilton / The Northern ViewCaptain Cook Sea Cadets stand vigil during Remembrance Day ceremonies in Prince Rupert on Monday.

    See BYELECTION on Page A2

    Barry Cunningham

    Larry Golden

    James Kirk

    Len Lovering

    Wade Niesh

    Gurvinder Randhawa

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    - Luanne Roth

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    Trade connects us.

    Farmers like Barry Martin of Grande Prairie, Alberta depend on the Port of Prince Rupert. Our gateway connects their agricultural products to overseas markets, which means jobs and prosperity for people in northern BC. Our terminals may be located in Prince Rupert, but were building connections clear across Canadaand the globe. Learn about the value of trade at www.rupertport.com/connections.

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    Wade Niesh, a self-employed building contractor who previously worked at the airport and as a bus driver, said his diverse work background has allowed him to get to know a wide range of people and needs in Prince Rupert.

    I believe that I can take this community and apply the same logic that I apply every day as a builder, which is common sense and thinking 10 steps ahead so you dont have to do the same thing twice. I want to help shape this community in preparation for the future, he said.

    Larry Golden, who spent 35 years as a light-keeper at Triple Island, said his experience watching the city for the past decade, gives him an understanding of council and motivation to sit in the council chambers.

    Previously I was trying to shine a light on city council, and I have a website where I have 10 years of history on city council, but the way things have evolved I can no longer see what is going on from the outside. Now I am asking citizens to put me on the inside so I can see what is going on, he said.

    Barry Cunningham, who built a flooring contract business and currently works as the pollution response officer with the Canadian Coast Guard, said

    he looks forward to working with the council on numerous issues as Prince Rupert grows.

    As opportunities present themselves, we need to ensure the city is working as effectively as possible with stakeholders and the port to ensure that the city benefits from future growth. As the city benefits from projected growth, so should the First Nations and surrounding villages on the coast, he said.

    James Kirk, who worked 45 years in the business sector and has served with the legion for the past 18 years, said he is a Rupert booster who believes in transparency, availability and commitment.

    I will work with business to create

    more jobs, which will increase the tax base and allow council to attend to the suffering infrastructure ... I support Don Krusel, the CEO of the Prince Rupert Port Authority, and his team fulfilling the vision of Charles Hays, he said.

    Len Lovering, who is now retired, said he is running for council because he wants to give back to the community after seeing the impact the closure of the pulp mill has had on the town.

    Fast forward 12 years later and we are faced with businesses banging on our doors ... it means the ball is in our court. We have the unique opportunity to mould our destiny ... we must learn from the past and move forward to mould our future, he said.

    Gurvinder Randhawa is a self-employed business owner who graduated with a Bachelor of Science and Bachelor of Commerce in India, and he said now is the time to look to the future.

    It is important to train Prince Rupert people for the future and I can enhance that concept to train local workers and prepare them to take advantage of new industrial opportunities, he said, noting he is committed to openness, transparency and accountability.

    Following the opening statements, candidates answered a series of questions from both the forum organizers and those in attendance.

    For more on the all-candidates forum, see page A8.

    Shaun Thomas / The Northern ViewFrom left, Wade Niesh, Larry Golden, James Kirk, Gurvinder Randhawa and Len Lovering.

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    Growth needed, PRPA contends BY SHAUN THOMAS

    PORT EDWARD / The Northern View

    The District of Port Edward said it is ready to fight to keep the communitys post office operating.

    Councillor Christine McKenzie brought forward a letter from the Canadian Union of Postal Workers stating Canada Post wants to dramatically cut service to improve its financial situation, and said Port Edward needs to add their voice to other communities fighting reduced service.

    I got a little concerned with what Canada Post is thinking of doing, and one of those things is to get rid of rural post offices ... theyre talking about not even having the boxes, so we would have to go to town to get the mail, she said, a statement that found support among those in council chambers.

    Port Edward built that post office to make sure we had postal service ... what gets me is were growing and they want to start getting rid of things, said Mayor Dave MacDonald.

    One thing the union said it would like to see happen is for the upcoming review of the Canadian Postal Service Charter be open to the public, and the district will be writing Lisa Raitt, the federal

    minister responsible for Canada Post, to voice their support for the idea.

    I think that is the important thing, that we have the right to express our opinion during this review, said Mayor MacDonald.

    Canada Post spokesperson Anick Losier said there are no definitive plans for changing service, but discussions about the future of Canada Post are ongoing.

    At the moment we know the current business model is broken,

    it doesnt meet the needs of current Canadians, so we are having the discussion about how to meet the needs of Canadians now and into the future, she said, noting the company is very much concerned about its long-term viability.

    We do have a special relationship with rural communities because a lot of the time we are the only ones who will deliver there ... we will continue to be the lifeline to rural Canada, but what that will look like is still being discussed.

    Michael Gurney, manager of corporate communications for the Prince Rupert Port Authority, said the group encourages residents to express their opinions and become informed about the ports operations.

    We are committed to understanding the concerns and priorities of the community, which is the reason we launched our recent community forum, established the community information line and opened the Port Interpretive Centre. We welcome the feedback and take it seriously. At the same time, we have a mandate to grow this` gateway to the benefit of communities and economies across the country, he said, noting the port does have some common ground with those protesting oil industry expansion.

    The belief expressed by the organizers of the rally is one that the Prince Rupert Port Authority shares, which is when moving any commodity, safety and sustainability are key.

    Volunteers will be serving seafood chowder during the event to remind people that fresh seafood is one of the things we love about Prince Rupert, and Roth said she expects a strong turnout despite the craft fair and other events taking place around town that day.

    There has been a good response so far. I think its going to be really good, she said.

    We have a mandate to grow

    this gateway.

    - Michael Gurney

    PORT from Page A1

    Shaun Thomas / The Northern ViewCouncillors in Port Edward will be writing the federal government to protect the existing postal outlet in the community.

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  • While many eyes around the country are on Prince Rupert as a potential boomtown with the development of the LNG industry, the District of Port Edward has been quietly preparing for a bright future.

    Under the radar of the national media, but well covered by the Northern View, Port Edward council has been proactively working with industry and developers to position itself as a

    boomtown in its own right.

    In the recent past, Port Edward has sold a large chunk of land to the PTI Group to develop a massive work camp for construction workers, has sold 11 acres of land to energy giant AltaGas for what will probably be a floating LNG terminal or a propane export facility, has constructed a brand

    new school while leasing out the former building to Pacific NorthWest LNG and the PTI Group to create a new business/office space in a town that was otherwise devoid of such. There is also talk with a developer to purchase and improve the communitys trailer park.

    Outside of work being done with companies, the community has completely revamped its Official Community Plan to outline areas of future industrial and residential growth, has planned for a major bypass road to keep truck traffic off of the main road by the school and is using the money from previous land sales to try and purchase additional crown lands that may be of interest to the business community.

    While the major media may not be entirely aware of what is happening in Port Edward and its potential for growth, BC Premier Christy Clark knows what Dancing Dave and the rest of council are up to. Out of all of the communities in B.C. she could have mentioned as successes in a highly public speech to the members of the Union of British Columbia Municipalities, she shone the light on the District of Port Edward.

    While people in Prince Rupert are rightfully excited about the potential growth of the community, Port Edward is preparing for growth that is just as significant. And that bodes well for the future of the North Coast.

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

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    Boomtown Port Edward?

    Reaction was swift and scattered after the framework agreement on new oil pipelines announced last week by B.C. Premier Christy Clark and Alberta Premier Alison Redford.

    First, heres what it doesnt mean.B.C. blinked, according to one Toronto

    commentator, based on the popular notion that B.C. gave up its claim to a share of Albertas resource royalties from heavy oil. Clark never made such a claim, so it would be difficult to give it up.

    Her often-repeated condition of a fair share of revenues from any new oil pipelines is purposely vague, but after repeated protests from Alberta, Clark clarified as far back as last June that provincial royalties are not on the table. There is no constitutional way to make such a demand, a point Redford has made several times.

    NDP leader Adrian Dix and the usual chorus of professional protesters claimed that Clark flip-flopped, opposing the Enbridge Northern Gateway proposal before the election and then embracing it once she was re-elected.

    This is also inaccurate. Clarks five conditions were set out before the May election, demanding approval by a federal environmental review, world-leading spill prevention and response capability on land and at sea, meeting legal requirements to consult and share benefits with aboriginal communities, and the undefined fair share for B.C.

    Clark said numerous times during the campaign that the conditions have not been met, and made pessimistic noises about Northern Gateway, but she very carefully did not campaign against it. The B.C. Liberal platform also endorsed a Kitimat-area oil refinery proposed by this newspapers owner, and Clark

    repeatedly referred to that sort of industrial expansion as one of the potential fair share components for B.C.

    The B.C. Liberal government made its opposition to Northern Gateway as currently proposed official on May 31, two weeks after the election, in its final submission to the federal review panel. If Clark had wanted to jump on the anti-pipeline bandwagon for political gain, that move could have been made earlier.

    Heres what Redford and Clark agreed on. Redford accepts B.C.s five conditions, provincial royalties excluded, and Clark endorsed Redfords proposed

    Canadian Energy Strategy, which B.C. rejected last year.A draft of the strategy released last summer contains no

    specifics on how it would facilitate a pipeline project from Alberta to B.C. It talks about developing Canadas energy reserves and at the same time somehow reducing greenhouse gas emissions, and promises a final version next spring. Oh, and Quebec refuses to participate.

    Ottawa has sole jurisdiction over inter-provincial projects such as Northern Gateway and the proposal by Kinder Morgan Canada to expand the 60-year-old Trans Mountain pipeline to Burnaby and refineries in Washington.

    If there is to be some extra revenue for B.C. from oil traffic, it could theoretically take the form of a toll on pipelines. Redford pointed out the problem with that idea in her speech to an energy forum in Vancouver last week. She noted that 42 per cent of B.C. natural gas is piped through Alberta to markets. If B.C. can toll Alberta oil, the same could be done with B.C. gas.

    None of B.C.s five conditions has yet been met. Legally, they dont have to be, except for the one about accommodating aboriginal title.

    Untangling oil pipeline politics

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    Shaun Thomas

    Martina PerryReporter

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    Todd HamiltonPublisher

    Ellen MarshAdministration/Circulation

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    Shaun ThomasEditor

  • November 13, 2013 Northern View A5www.thenorthernview.com

    On the street

    Will you be voting in the Nov. 16 byelection?

    With Martina Perry

    STEFANIE TATES ELY ABECIA MEISHA WEIR NATHAN WILSON

    No.Probably.Yes.If I decide on a candidate by then, yes.

    Letters to the editor

    Coal trade sustains Tumbler Ridge familyThe District of Tumbler Ridge is receiving much-deserved atten-tion, as it once again becomes a focal point of Canadas coal mining industry.

    The community is already home to two of northeast British Co-lumbias four operating mines, which enjoy the advantage of di-rect rail access to the Port of Prince Rupert and the Asian markets served by its gateway.

    Additional investments worth hundreds of millions of dollars are being made to expand current operations or to open new mines in the area. It bodes well for the future of families like Doug Taylors.

    The Taylor family has been mining since the early 20th century, when Dougs grandfather worked in underground mines on Cana-das east coast. They were among the original families to move to Tumbler Ridge when the community was founded in the 1980s to support new mining operations that would supply Japan with met-allurgical coal for steel making.

    However, the history of Tumbler Ridge has been a turbulent one since its inception over 30 years ago, something Doug and other residents are all too familiar with.

    Its really been the same for years, says Doug. We have no con-trol over the price of coal, the market is up and down all the time, and the jobs tend to come and go with it. I think thats something everyone realizes up here.

    But its what we do, and were proud to be making a positive contribution to our community and supporting other jobs in the province that depend on this resource.

    Doug has been a heavy-duty mechanic at Walter Energys Wol-verine mine for the last seven and a half years, during which time he welcomed the birth of his third child and watched his family in Tumbler Ridge grow.

    Today his extended family is nearly 20 people strong, and he de-scribes them as typical residents who enjoy the close-knit sense of community and the abundant wildlife and recreational activities found in their backyard.

    Dougs two sisters-in-law, Gina Taylor and Christine Banham, are also among the 475-person workforce at the Wolverine mine, and share Dougs cautious optimism for the future of their commu-nity.

    We all know theres a risk of getting laid off at any time, but thats part of coal mining and thats part of the industry, said Gina. Theres lots of coal here and theres lots of opportunity. As long as we can take advantage of it, and the companies were working for are smart about it, theres going to be opportunity here for a long time.

    A lot of us in Tumbler Ridge have a good understanding that what we are producing is good met coal, which is a strength we have here and elsewhere in B.C. Thats what keeps us here and feeling sound and secure about the future.

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

    Photo courtesy Prince Rupert Port AuthorityFEELING SECURE ABOUT THE FUTURE: Doug Taylor, together with his sister-in-law Christine Banham, are part of Canadas coal mining industry. Mines in their community of Tumbler Ridge keep exports flowing through Prince Ruperts Ridley Terminals gateway.

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    Pipe up before pipes put downEditor:TransCanada Pipelines and Spectra Energy,

    plan to build pipelines to transport natural gas from the fracking grounds of northeastern B.C. to LNG plants on the west coast.

    Pipelines would pass though the Kispiox Valley, following different routes, on to Cranberry Junction and westward.

    Each of the three 48-inch diameter pipes (Spectra proposes two), would have the capacity to move nearly four billion cubic feet of gas per day, all for export. This would be more than twenty times the provinces current domestic use. The National Energy Board reports: natural gas pipelines of smaller diameter, but of similar length, experience one operational leak annually, and one catastrophic failure every seven years.

    Roads would parallel each pipelines entire length. A large swath would be cleared and sprayed to prevent vegetative growth. There would be over 1,300 stream and river crossings on each route, including the Babine, Skeena, and Kispiox. Construction crews would temporarily dam and divert many salmon bearing streams. Spectra Energy has stated

    there would be no construction jobs for locals zero.

    Proponents ensure us that these pipelines would be exclusively for natural gas. At the moment, people in eastern Canada are outraged and fighting TransCanadas plan to convert a major natural gas pipeline system from gas to oil. In Alberta, oil pipeline ruptures occur on average twice a day. Only the larger ones require reporting.

    Is this what we collectively want for our territories, our lands, and our salmon?

    Time to pipe up before the pipe is laid down.

    Marnie PoleKispiox Valley

    Is this what we collectively want for our territories, our

    lands and our salmon?

    - Marnie Pole

    A sensible plea for signaturesEditor:Sensible BC marijuana petitions have been

    out for just over a month and a half. This is an official, province-wide petition, just like Stop the HST. It has deadlines, and we are required to get a minimum of 10 per cent of registered voters in each of our 85 electoral districts.

    This grassroots campaign is driven by the people of B.C. for the people - both for medical users, and recreational use. Registered canvassers volunteer daily to sit outside, in various locations, and wait for people to sign the petitions.

    Most people dont realize how important their signature is.

    Because of the nature of this petition, most people do not realize that we are out there every day for their childrens future.

    Thats why most people I sign in a day are over 60. These folks know the impact of a possible criminal record, or jail time to a family member.

    For what? A harmless and beneficial plant.No one will ever know you signed the

    petition.

    We do not sell these names; they go to the head office for counting and then will be delivered to Elections BC in Victoria in early December. Also, it is clearly stated in the Initiative and Recall Act that no one shall be punished in any way for signing a petition presented by Elections BC.

    Next, you should sign the petition even if you are opposed to the initiative.

    The reason is in order to have the referendum, and the discussion to begin, on ways to implement or change our proposals we must have enough signatures in the petition phase.

    You also will be able to cast your ballot either in favour or against the actual referendum question next September.

    How often do we really get to enact changes to laws? Join in on the democratic process? Be heard? End prohibition? And make history all with one little signature.

    Next time you see us out there, stop, sign, and join thousands of others who have done their civic duty and signed the Sensible BC petition.

    Boyd GobleSensible BC petitioner

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    Developing LNG just makes sense for B.C.Editor:With recent events bringing attention

    to hydraulic fracturing, I think it is important for British Columbians to know the facts about natural gas operations in our province.

    B.C. has been producing natural gas for more than 50 years. Hydraulic fracturing, the technology used to extract a large portion of our natural gas, has been occurring for decades. Our extensive experience has enabled us to put strict rules in place to govern how the industry conducts its business, ensuring it is rigorously monitored and as safe as possible.

    We were the first province in Canada to make it mandatory for industry to disclose the fluids used in the hydraulic fracturing process. The online registry - FracFocus.ca - provides information about our regulations and an account of each well drilled.

    Our provinces geology provides us with natural advantages over other areas in North America with the hydraulic fracturing process occurring in B.C. kilometres away from the surface and below impermeable layers of rock and

    soil. When wells are drilled, they are lined

    with cement to a depth of 600 metres to protect our soil and water. This provides even more protection for our drinking water. As well, water usage is carefully monitored and protected in British Columbia.

    The net result of both our strong regulatory framework and our geology is that B.C.s water supply is protected and safe. It has never been contaminated as a result of hydraulic fracturing.

    To ensure industry adheres to our rules, we have a dedicated provincial regulator in place. The BC Oil and Gas Commission has expert geologists, hydrologists, and engineers to ensure natural gas work remains safe.

    And while the experts do their job, we continue to do ours.

    The provincial government has made sound policy decisions to support responsible natural gas development. World-leading regulations and best practices continue to guide how we operate.

    Our government supports responsible growth and development because it makes

    long-term sense. We want industry to grow in an environmentally sensible manner so all British Columbians can benefit directly from natural gas production. We recognize safe exploration as an opportunity to support and grow our economy. Revenue generated enables us to better protect our environment and pay for important services such as health care, education, infrastructure development and more.

    The reality is we must strike a realistic balance between the needs of our families and strong communities, and the need to be responsible stewards of our environment. We need to accomplish both to be successful in the long term.

    And we are confident we are doing that on many fronts. For instance, to address growing demands from many industries, we are updating legislation with the proposed Water Sustainability Act. This act will ensure the best standards of environmental protection and appropriate oversight is in place for B.C.s water resources now and in the future.

    Our approach appears to be working. To reiterate, there has never been an

    incident of contaminated water supply as a result of hydraulic fracturing in our province. The water used by industry is subject to strict rules. Before any approval can be provided, each permit must go through a rigorous review to eliminate harms and maintain existing water levels.

    In addition to a vast supply of natural gas and leading standards for exploration, B.C offers industry with many other advantages necessary for large investment, and that is why we have this amazing opportunity to become a world leader in natural gas exports.

    As the worlds cleanest burning fossil fuel, natural gas is in high demand around the globe, particularly where air quality is a major concern.

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    Annual General Meeting

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    All-candidate question and answerBy Shaun ThomaS PRINCE RUPERT / The Northern View

    Following opening statements at Wednesdays all-candidates forum, the candidates answered two questions prepared by the Prince Rupert and District Chamber of Commerce and the Prince Rupert Labour Council, organizers of the forum.

    The first question related to addressing the many infrastructure needs of the city while maintaining operational and financial sustainability.

    Larry Golden said the key to achieving that was providing as much information as possible to the public through the Internet; Barry Cunningham, through a statement, said a new industrial tax base would go a long way to providing the needed certainty; James Kirk also pointed to making more information available to the public online; Len Lovering wanted to hear from people what their priorities are and explore grants; Gurvinder Randhawa said the provincial and federal governments need to bear the brunt of the costs for Prince Rupert to grow as needed for industry; and Wade Niesh said the city needs to be looked at as a business and have a review done similar to what would be done in a business nearing bankruptcy.

    The second question related to working with large and small business to ensure benefits for all. Cunningham, through a statement, said he would listen to businesses and those within city hall; Kirk said large companies coming in

    should know how to approach the community members in terms of jobs and benefits; Lovering said large industry should adopt a buy-local policy to support small businesses; Randhawa said he would talk to industry to see what their needs are and then ensure training centres in town offer appropriate courses; Niesh said the city needs industry, but industry needs the city so they should contribute financially to the needs of the community; and Golden said the answers would lie in the Official Community Plan.

    The next portion was questions from the floor. When it came to a housing crunch and affordable housing, Kirk said he questioned where any increase in rent is coming from, Lovering and Randhawa said they would like to see bylaws changed to allow for development of some smaller lots, Niesh said the challenges of building in the muskeg make new developments costly to investors, and Golden said he questions whether there is any shortage of housing in town.

    On the question of providing something for youth to do, Niesh and Randhawa said turning around the financial situation in the city would allow for more programs to be offered, Golden said he would make the existing facilities more accessible, Kirk said the key was to get young people active and out of the house and Lovering said the city needed to offer more diverse programs and promote them better.

    The issue of feral cats was brought forward, with all candidates saying they would work toward a solution to a complicated problem, and all candidates supported the current airport renovation proposal.

    Shaun Thomas / The Northern ViewAlivia Ciccone, 6, was this years Fire Chief for a Day. As well as joining Capt. Marvin Kristoff and Sparky on the fire engine, top, Alivia conducted an inspection of the Safeway bakery where she was given a cake for her classmates at Annunciation School.

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    By Martina Perry PRINCE RUPERT / The Northern View

    Just over a year has passed since the North Coast was rocked by a 7.7 magnitude earthquake and tsunami warning.

    The event was an eye-opener for many British Columbians who realized they were not prepared for the big one. Representatives from Emergency Management BC (EMBC) and Environment Canada have been travelling around the province holding tsunami public education forums in various communities, including an event the City of Prince Rupert helped put on at Northwest Community College last week.

    The event started with a tsunami 101 information presentation by Teron Moore, a seismic specialist from Emergency Management BC.

    Moore said the fact that there was a tsunami warning on the North Coast was not expected. The tectonic plates of the Queen Charlotte Fault have been known to move horizontally, which scientists have proven wouldnt create an uplift of the ocean floor to create a tsunami. However, last Octobers earthquake did create a tsunami warning for a short period of time.

    Mother nature always throws these little uncertainties, and in fact in the Haida Gwaii event there was some uplift of the ocean floor significant enough to cause large waves on the west coast of Moresby Island to the measure of five to seven

    metres, Moore said, adding 65 to 70 centimetres was the largest wave seen in North Coast communities.

    Moore said peoples first warning of a potential tsunami is an earthquake. Those living in a tsunami danger zone should move to higher ground immediately once the shaking stops and stay there until directed otherwise.

    Its important to note people shouldnt wait for official warning because the earthquake is the warning. If people notice a sudden rise or fall of sea level or a loud roaring from the ocean, these are warning signs of a tsunami.

    The next portion of the information session revolved around notification, with Anne McCarthy, weather services specialist from Environment Canada, informing people of how they can be notified of a potential tsunami.

    Notifications come from the National Tsunami Warning Centre, which spreads the information to agencies like Environment Canada and EMBC, who then spread the word in various ways.

    McCarty mentioned a number of ways people can be alerted of a potential tsunami, but focused on the value weather radios can have in a tsunami notification.

    Modern weather radios include a variety of special features, such as the ability to have the radio only warn users of tsunami notifications. Some of the radios will automatically turn on if there is the possibility of a tsunami.

    Its like a smoke alarm, but in this case its for weather. I dont get up and walk through my house checking for fires every night. I have smoke alarms, McCarty said.

    McCarty said Environment Canada is currently installing coverage for Weather Radios in Prince Rupert and Masset, and will also add coverage in Sandspit.

    As for the tsunami danger areas in Prince Rupert, fire chief Dave McKenzie said if a tsunami were to be heading to the shores of Prince Rupert, it would be in the form of a water surge, not giant waves.

    Prince Ruperts emergency services crew focused on notifying Rupertites in the Beach Place and Water Street area of a potential tsunami in October and January, with McKenzie saying that area is one of

    the few areas at risk as they are about 30 feet above sea level.

    Theres a few of the large boats in the harbour, [a water surge] may dislodge one of them and be a hazard that ends up on the beach, he said, adding if people move up to the intersection on 11th Street and Park Avenue theyre safe.

    In Port Edward, people living near the shore are asked to move up to Skeena Drive, which fire chief Shawn Pettitt said is considered the safe zone.

    McKenzie said Rupertites need to be prepared to be self-sufficient for 72 hours in case of an emergency by having an earthquake kit with water, food, cash, flashlights, clothing, batteries and more.

    Martina Perry / The Northern ViewMaurie Hurst, Emergency Management B.C. regional manager, speaks about the importance of weather radios when questioned during the tsunami public education forum last week. Dave McKenzie, Prince Rupert fire chief, looks on.

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    By Martina Perry PRINCE RUPERT / The Northern View

    Ridley Terminals Inc. (RTI) took another step to ensuring northwest students are prepared for the skilled labour jobs projected for the region.

    RTI recently donated several pieces of machinery to Northwest Community College (NWCC) to be used for demonstrations, troubleshooting and repair practices in the colleges heavy duty equipment technician program. Students in the course will now get to learn hands-on with two dozers, an excavator, a grader, a forklift, an ambulance and a flat deck truck.

    As Ridley Terminals continues to be committed to building human capacity through educational initiatives ... the donation of decommissioned heavy equipment from our site to the heavy duty mechanic program at NWCC was a natural choice for us. We are very happy to contribute to the learning of students in our region, Michelle Bryant, corporate affairs manager at RTI, said.

    RTI and NWCC already have an existing partnership, along with the Prince Rupert School District, through the Coastal Pathways Partnership agreement, a program that aims to provide skills training initiatives and projects that benefit the North Coast region.

    Denise Henning, NWCCs president and CEO, said RTI is a valued industry partner of the colleges.

    [RTIs] generous donation of this equipment further enhances the quality education and training students receive at NWCC. It gives trades students the opportunity to practice, hands-on, what they are learning on equipment that reflects the real world work environment, said Henning.

    Shaun Thomas / The Northern ViewStaff at Prince Ruperts Safeway gathered on Nov. 7 to mark Safeways $1.6 million contribution to the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation. The money was raised through the chains Breast Cancer Awareness Month fundraising campaign.

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    Fairview traffic down in OctoberBy Martina Perry PRINCE RUPERT / The Northern View

    Fairview Terminal saw 44,699 twenty-foot equivalent unit (TEUs) move through the operation in October compared to 50,720.5 TEUs last October, a drop of 11.87 per cent.

    Monthly declines have resulted in a 5.66 per cent decrease in traffic so far this year at Fairview Terminal compared to the same time period in 2012. 445,647.5 TEUs have moved through Fairview year to date in 2013 compared to 472,391.4 in 2012.

    Both imports and exports were down in October, with exports seeing the largest decrease. Last month, 20,302.5 TEUs were exported out of Fairview

    Terminal, down 15 per cent from last October when 23,905 TEUs were exported. On the import side of things, there were 24,396.5 TEUs imported through Fairview last month, compared to 26,815.5 TEUs in October 2012, a drop of nine per cent. Once again, the lower imports and exports has meant a year to date fall of nearly five per cent in imports and 6.5 per cent in exports.

    However, all other Port of Prince Rupert operators saw an increase in traffic last month, with Ridley Terminal seeing the highest month-over-month increase. In October, 1,1 million tonnes were moved through Ridley Terminal, increasing 103.6 per cent when compared to last Octobers total of 541,606 tonnes. The year-to-date amount went up 16.5

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    Prince Rupert Grain also had an impressive month, improving tonnage by 20.67 per cent month-over-month. In October, 604,822 tonnes were moved through Prince Rupert Grain, up from 501,223 in 2012 an improvement of 13.8 per cent.

  • November 13, 2013 Northern View A11www.thenorthernview.com

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    Regions jobless rate unchanged

    By Rod Link TERRACE / Black Press

    The jobless rate held steady in northwestern B.C. in October compared to September, Statistics Canada on Nov. 8.

    For both months, the jobless rate was 5.5 per cent and for both months, the rate was better than the provincial average.

    So far this year the Northwest has enjoyed a steady reduction in the jobless rate with percentages now in the single digits, a situation improved from a year ago when the rate hovered in the low double digit range.

    If the jobless rate held steady from September to October, so did the number of people in the workforce, indicates Statistics Canada.

    The workforce number of 43,700 remained the same for both months from the North Coast to just this side of Vanderhoof, as did the number of people working at 41,300.

    In September, the Northwest had the third lowest jobless rate in the province. In October, the northwest had the fourth lowest jobless rate.

    The Kootenays posted the lowest jobless rate of any region in the province in October at 3.7 per cent with the Northeast coming in at 4.9 per cent and the Cariboo at 5.4 per cent.

    In October the provincial jobless rate was 6.5 per cent and in September it was 6.2 per cent.

    Employment was little changed for the second consecutive month across Canada, reported Statistics Canada, and the unemployment rate remained at 6.9 per cent in October.

    By Shaun ThomaSPRINCE RUPERT / The Northern View

    The BG Group wants to make sure youth in the province have the tools needed to meet the demand in job growth projected for the liquefied natural gas (LNG) industry, and on Wednesday the company made a multi-million dollar commitment to help.

    The BG Group, proponents of the Prince Rupert LNG project on Ridley Island, announced a five year, $5 million funding partnership with the Canadian Youth Business Foundation to develop youth-led businesses in B.C. In making the announcement, the BG Group said the money comes with a focus on enhancing opportunities for First Nations and communities that are near the terminal site.

    That is where our business interest is and that is the area we are considering investing in. When you invest, you need professional jobs to support business activities, and that is why we want to see this funding go back to northern B.C., said spokesperson David Byford, with CEO Chris Finlayson noting the numerous opportunities that come

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    Finlayson was joined at the announcement by both Premier Christy Clark and Minister of Natural Gas Development Rich

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    BG Group is investing directly in the future of our northern communities. This is the first of many social benefits we expect to see as a result of liquefied natural gas development, said Coleman.

    The Prince Rupert LNG project is expected to create between 400 and 600 full-time, permanent positions and require as many as 3,000 workers during the construction phase. The BG Group expects to make a final investment decision in 2016.

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    Todd Hamilton / The Northern ViewSam Irving of the Prince Rupert Storeys Excavating Atom hockey team makes a save despite a Terrace AtoMc Purple player draped all over him. Irving backstopped the Prince Rupert Storeys Excavating club to a 3-3 tie on Sunday at the Jim Ciccone Civic Centre. The tie earned the club a fth-place nish. In other action, the Prince Rupert FAR-KO Atoms dropped the Terrace AtoMc Green club 4-1 in the nal.

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    Rampage pick up points despite losing gameBY SHAUN THOMASPRINCE RUPERT / The Northern View

    While the scoreboard in the Nov. 2 game between the Prince Rupert Rampage and Kitimat Ice Demons showed a 3-2 Demons victory, the records will show the Rampage taking the two points.

    According to Central Interior Hockey League president Ray Hallock, the reversal came as a result of the Demons playing a suspended player.

    Kitimat player Jordan Goncalves received a fighting penalty in the last 10 minutes of the Terrace game on Friday, Nov. 1. Under Hockey Canada Rule 4.6, this called for an automatic one game suspension, he said, noting the infraction was quickly picked up on by the league.

    The scoresheets for all games are reviewed by the league statistician after each game. This was the

    first notification of the ineligibility of the player in Saturdays game. The Prince Rupert Rampage also filed a protest with the league regarding this player.

    In addition to being suspended from playing in the game, Goncalves was ejected from the Saturday night game for a fight early in the second period.

    While the Demons will forfeit the two points, Kitimats bench boss avoided any disciplinary action.

    In these cases the coach is normally suspended as well, but due to the Kitimat coachs claim of misunderstanding the new subsidiary guidelines from BC Hockey for this season, the CIHL executive agreed to not assess the coach suspension, Hallock said, adding the league is taking steps to prevent this from happening again.

    The league executive is currently working with BC Hockey to get simplified, easy to understand clarifications on these new rulings, which will be made available to all teams in the league as well as posted on the league website.

    The win gave the Rampage four points on the season, which puts them in a tie with the Terrace River Kings for fourth in the west.

    With the loss, the Ice Demons are just two points ahead of both Terrace and Prince Rupert with six points.

    BY TODD HAMILTON PRINCE RUPERT / The Northern View

    Chase Leighton-Stevens scored twice to lead the Prince Rupert FAR-KO Atoms to a 4-1 win over visiting Terrace AtoMc Green in the final of the Prince Rupert Minor Hockey Association Atom Tournament at the Jim Ciccone Civic Centre on Sunday.

    Leighton-Stevens two goals both came on feeds from Marcus Carney. Kade Jones and Noah Aceto each added unassisted goals for the win.

    Cole Demedeiros scored Terraces lone goal on a set-up from Keaton Hartress.

    In the Third Place game, Kitimat Overwaiteas Chase Pacheco picked up the hat trick, including the game-winner to lead his squad to a 5-4 win over the Houston Flyers.

    Ehan Molloy and Estaban Allard also scored for Kitimat with Reid Stumpf, Tyler Emberley, Charles Sullivan and Tyler Bassani each picking up singles for Houston.

    In the Fifth Place matchup, Prince Ruperts Storeys Excavating and Terrace AtoMc Purple played to a 3-3 draw.

    Smithers ProTech defeated Prince Rupert Re/Max Coast Mountain 8-5 for seventh place.

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    Rough road trip for RampageRupert drops pair to Quesnel, Williams Lake

    The Charles Hays Secondary School Jr. Boys volleyball team attended the College Heights Spooktacular Tournament in Prince George on Oct. 25 and 26.The Rainmakers went 4-1 in pool play beating Fort Nelson, Cedars, Prince George Secondary and Duchess Park B in two straight sets. Their loss came at the hands of the host team; 6-25, 17-25. In a hard fought semi-final against Duchess Park A, who would go on to win the tournament, the Rainmakers lost a hard-fought three-set game 22-25, 25-11, 11-15. In the third place match, the Rainmakers got another chance at the host team and this time were victorious in another three-set battle 16-25, 25-23, 15-8.Justin McChesney was named teams most valuable player.

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    After picking up a pair of bonus points following a CIHL decision to award the club a post-game win over the Kitimat Ice Demons for the illegal use of a suspended player, the Rampage were outscored 18-5 in a pair of weekend games versus the Williams Lake Stampeders, 10-3, and the Quesnel Kangaroos, 8-2.

    On Sunday, two goals just 12 seconds apart early in the second period cemented what would become a Quesnel runaway as the Kangaroos jumped all over the Rampage 8-2. Quesnel bounced out to a 3-0 lead in the first but goals by

    Levon Johnson at 3:00 and Justin Fulton at 3:12 of the second period chased Rampage netminder Colby Hagman, who allowed five goals on 16 shots.

    The Rampage attempted to make the game interesting picking up a pair of powerplay goals in the early stages of the third by Jeff Stromdahl and Marcus Atchison but the Kangaroos roared back with two more to put the finishing touches on an 8-2 victory.

    Relief Rampage netminder Keano Wilson stopped 22 of 25 shots.

    Official results of the Stampeder-Rampage game on Saturday were not made available.

    Monica Lamb-Yorski / Black PressStampeder forwards on the attack were a common sight on Saturday as Williams Lake trounced the Prince Rupert Rampage 10-3.

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    A Prince Rupert artist has been provincially recognized for her work.

    Dale Campbell was one of five First Nations artists to receive the 2013 BC Creative Achievement Award for First Nation Art, recently announced by Premier Christy Clark and BC Achievement Foundation Chair Keith Mitchellon Nov. 5.

    Im really excited about it. Im really thankful, she said.

    Campbell has been carving for more than 40 years, first starting under the mentorship of Dempsey Bob, who was one of the judges of this years award recipients, and Freda Diesing. The Tahltan/Tlinget artist finds inspiration for her pieces from traditional First Nations stories.

    Over the years Campbells art has taken her on a journey around the world and the country.

    I consider myself to be very lucky, she said.

    If you find something that you love doing, you never know where its going to take you. You have to work on what you love and whatever comes along is [a bonus].

    A number of years ago Campbell and her brother were selected to travel to China for a festival where they carved a totem pole, representing aboriginal people of Canada.

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    This March, Campbell will be returning to the art show, bringing a number of pieces including a rattle she is currently working on.

    In the 1980s, Campbell was part of the National Native Role Model Program which selects role models to travel around Canada visiting schools and remote communities to inspire aboriginal youth.

    I used my artworks as an example of where I was going and getting the kids to identify with me, she said, encouraging First Nation youth to stick with their ambitions.

    As long as youre working hard and trying to develop yourself as an artist, doors will open, she said.

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    Campbell, along with Old Massetts Marlene Liddle, Tofinos Joe Martin, Terraces Ken McNeil, Sammy Robinson from Kitamaat Village and Lifetime Achievement Award winner Mandy Brown will be presented with the awards at a November ceremony in Vancouver. The six First Nations artists will join 37 others the foundation has recognized over the last seven years.

    Premier Clark said First Nations art is a source of pride for all British Columbians.

    These ... artists are carrying on a legacy that stretches back thousands of years, preserving a rich tradition for generations to come, she said.

    The Creative Achievement Awards honours British Columbian artists whose work is judged to be original and innovative while having practical function.

    See Page B1 for the story of another North Coast First Nations artist who received provincial recognition for her work.

    Martina Perry / The Northern ViewDale Campbell shows her newest piece shes working on; a rattle inspired from Women Who Was Taken by Frog People, a First Nations story.

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    Trades, TechnicalLOCALLY-OWNED, well-es-tablished vacuum truck com-pany looking for Class 1, 3, Vacuum and Gravel Truck Op-erators. Oilfi eld tickets an as-set but not necessary. Incen-tive package available. Blue Cross after three months. Must be willing to relocate or work three weeks on and one week off. Fax resume and drivers abstract to 403-845-3903.

    Located 150km Northwest of Prince George, BC Mount Milligan is one of British Columbias fi rst major metals mine of this century.

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    School District No. 52 (Prince Rupert) is selling 2 portable buildings1. Meeting Place - 629 6th Avenue East2. Prince Rupert Middle School

    The sale will be made to the highest bidder(s).

    Please submit your bid in a sealed envelope, clearly indicate which portable you are bidding on and submit your bid to:

    School District No. 52 (Prince Ruper)Frank Shale, Director of Operations634 6th Avenue EastPrince Rupert, BC V8j 1X1

    Bids will be accepted until noon on Friday, November 29, 2013.

    The purchaser must obtain all city permits required of the purchased portable(s), and the portable(s) must be removed by January 31, 2014.

    To view the portable(s), please contact Frank Shale at 250-624-1617

    Each portable is being sold as is with no warranties expressed or implied.

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    Services

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    Medical HealthVIAGRA 100mg or CIALIS 20mg. Generic. 40 tabs + 10 Free all for $99 including Free Shipping. Discreet, Fast Shipping. 1-888-836-0780 or metromeds.net

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    AuctionsGROCERY STORE AUCTION - November 16 @11am, Burnaby - Hobart meat equipment & dish-washers, True coolers & freezers. View @www.KwikAuctions.com

    Estate SalesPR: Estate sale. Motorcycle gear (helmets, jackets, gloves, luggage); brewing supplies (corker, fi lter); Marine laptops; 1980 18ft Citation with 85 Evinrude on trailer; camper jacks. 250-641-0970

    Garage SalesP.R. - Fri, Nov. 15, 5-7:30 pm. 260 9th Ave E.Hhold, Xmas decor, wool, clothing. New 37LF patio vinyl DEC-K-ING.

    Heavy Duty Machinery

    A-STEEL SHIPPING DRYSTORAGE CONTAINERSUsed 20404553and insulated containers all

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    Misc. for SaleHOT TUB (SPA) COVERS. Best price. Best quality. All shapes & colours available. 1-866-652-6837 www.thecoverguy.com/newspaper?

    STEEL 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

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    Acreage for SaleNORTH USK, BC weekend getaways. 1.8 ac. has power in front of land. Also 1.1 ac. on Bench. Great view of mtns. & Skeena River close to power. Both across Usk ferry. Call George (250)635-2897.

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    PR: Over 2,500 sq ft house on 3 levels. 2 full baths, walk in closet and hot tub in fenced yard await your family. To view, go to Real-tor.ca and search Prince Rupert mls# N230909 or call Lynn Chivers 250-627-1414

    Rentals

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    CLIFF SIDE APARTMENTS

    1123-1137 Borden StreetAdult-oriented.

    Quiet location with harbour view.

    Heat and hot water included. Minutes walking to

    downtown and hospital. References required.

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

    250-624-5800

    Misc for RentFully furnished EXECUTIVE HOUSE for lease. Amazing view of the city and harbour, this quality renovated and tastefully decorated 2 bdrm home comes complete with furniture, upgraded applianc-es, 2 50 TVs/DVDs, laun-dry, well kept landscaping, full basement with workshop. Must see the masterpiece, all solid wood staircase and the master suite that occu-pies the entire top fl oor with an amazing viewdeck, sky-lights. $2500/mth. N/S, N/P. Must have refs.FINISHED OFFICES with meeting room, approx. 2500 sq.ft. centrally located in downtown Rupert. Attractive rate. Avail. immed.PACKAGE OFFICE, weekly, monthly from $150/wk. Have meeting room, storage fa-cilities avail.1 BDRM APT unit, down-town location, $650/mth plus 1/2 mth security deposit, refs.rupertrentals@gmail.com

    Homes for Rent1 Bdrm Home, 1.5 bath, 800 sq. ft. 8th Ave E. $650/mo. Avail. Nov. 15. 800-266-8262.PR - 3 Bdrm house, 627-1140.

    PR: ALL INCLUSIVE FURNISHED HOUSE

    Seeking Contractors Starting @ $300 Weekly/ $800 Monthly Per Room. Cynthia 250-624-

    9742PR: House w/3bdrms for rent. Looking for contractors. furn.all-incl. harbour-view.

    Mark @ 250-622-2203PR: Newer 3 bdrm s/s home. $900 per/mo. Adult oriented, no pets. Also Bachelor suite. Mature tenants only! $525/mo. References required. Call 250-627-1715 or 250-624-5955

    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

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    www.princerupertrooms.comRooms Starting At $59/Daily, $299/Weekly, $799/Monthly,

    Contractors WelcomeAll-Inclusive. 250-600-1680

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  • November 13, 2013 Northern View A21www.thenorthernview.comThe Northern View Wednesday, November 13, 2013 www.thenorthernview.com A21

    NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND OTHERS

    RE: ESTATE OF ANITA MARIE PAVEY, ALSO KNOWN AS

    ANITA MARIE MULLIN, DECEASED

    FORMERLY OF 1305 SUMMIT AVENUE, PRINCE RUPERT, BRITISH COLUMBIA

    Creditors and others having claims against the Estate of Anita Marie Pavey, also known as Anita Marie Mullin, are hereby notified under Section 38 of the Trustee Act that particulars of their claim should be sent to the executor c/o the law firm of Silversides, Merrick & McLean, 217 Third Avenue West, P.O. Box 188, Prince Rupert, British Columbia, V8J 3P7 on or before December 31, 2013, after which date the executor will distribute the estate among the parties entitled to it, having regard to the claims of which the executor then has notice.

    NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND OTHERS Notice is Hereby Given that Creditors and others, having claims against the Estate of Joyce Muriel Kentala, also known as Joyce Kentala, deceased, formerly of 1325 Summit Ave, Prince Rupert, BC V8J 4C1, who died on March 13, 2012, are hereby required to send the particulars thereof to the undersigned Administrator at Suite 1201 510 West Hastings Street, Vancouver, BC V6B 1L8, on or before December 27, 2013 after which date the estates assets will be distributed, having regard only to the claims that have been received.Solus Trust Company Limited, Administrator

    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

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    Call Gordon today

    NOTICE TOCREDITORS AND OTHERS

    Creditors and others having claims against the estate of HARUKO HAMANO, also known as HELEN HAMANO, also known as HARUKO HELEN HAMANO, deceased, are hereby notified under section 38 of the Trustee Act that particulars of their claims should be sent to the undersigned Executor at #200-4630 Lazelle Avenue, Terrace, B.C., V8G 156 on or before December 23, 2013, after which date the Executor will distribute the estate among the parties entitled to it, having regard only to the claims that have then been received.

    KERI HARUKO MCKINLEY, Executor.Warner Bandstra Brown, Solicitors.

    Rentals

    Rooms for Rent

    Shared facilities with kitchen, WIFI

    and bathrooms. Furnished private rooms with desk, double bed, laundry incl.

    8 minute walk to college. Starts from $499/mo***

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    Suites, LowerPE: Luxury One Bedroom Suite Available immediately Newer house/bright suite. 5 new appliances incl. DW, en-suite laundry W/D, central vac, gas f/p, elec. heat. Lovely area/Beautiful 10 min. commute to Prince Rupert. $700/mo. plus utilities. 250-628-9433

    PR: 1 bdrm basement suite, W/D hook-ups in storage room. Close to downtown, 623 6th Ave West. Heated fl ooring included. $500/mo. Avail. Nov 15. Ref reqd. 250-624-6837

    Suites, UpperPR: 1 bdrm Suite for rent immed; Reasonable rent. N/S, N/P, no parties. Ref. required. 250-627-8367.

    TownhousesPINE CREST

    3 Bdrm. 2 Level T/H1 bath No pets

    Call Jenn 622-4304

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

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

    Transportation

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    Vote LoVering, Len For CounCiLLorI moved to Prince Rupert in 1988 where I met and married

    my wife Heather. We have four children and seven grandchildren. One daughter Cheri Guadagni and three granddaughters Sara, Hana and Celina, live, work and attend school in Prince Rupert.

    I have been active in the community having served with the Lions Clubs, Seniors Housing and RCMP Community Consultative Group.

    As a councillor, I will work with ALL the people of Prince Rupert to create and implement ideas and grow with the future in a

    progressive and pro-active way.

    Lets work TogeTher for a common goal and help each other achieve it.

    on November 16, I ask for your support in the polls

    VOTE LEN LOVERING

    Shaun Thomas / The Northern ViewThirteen beauties hit the stage at the Lester Centre on Friday night for Mz. Judged 2013, a pageant that sees men dressed as women compete for the crown to help raise funds for the North Coast Transition Society. The show included an evening gown competition, talent competition and swimsuit competition. The nal ve came down to Mz. Elaine Nious (Chrystopher Thompson), Mz. Good Times (Rob Gruber), Mz. Leigh Ding (Josh Brownlee), Mz. Steak (James McNish) and overall winner Mz. Apprehension (Dwight Stewart).

    Clockwise from top left: Mz. Apprehension (Dwight Stewart) reacts to being named Mz. Judged 2013; complete with tiara and sarong, Mz. Hap (Doug Kydd) sing McNamaras Band; Mz. Steak (James McNish) gets checked out by an audience member while singing Can you feel the love tonight?; Mz. Europe (Michael Sluka) put on a ballet performance to remember; Mz. Understood 2013 (Gary Coons) combined rollerblading and dancing for her talent; Mz. Leigh Ding (Josh Brownlee) takes aim during the swimsuit contest. Centre: Mz. Fit (Vern Barker) shows her stronger side.

    MZ. JUDGED

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  • By Shaun ThomaSPRINCE RUPERT / The Northern View

    Every November, crafters from throughout the North Coast put their wares and talents on display for the Kaien Island Craft Fair.

    The Russell Gamble Gymnasium is packed with people selling everything from quilts and clothing to picture sand painting, from carvings and toys to jewellery and food. This year marks the 38th annual craft fair, which will take place on Saturday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and includes more than 80 tables.

    As well as being a showcase for artisans of every medium, the craft fair offers people a chance to find a unique Christmas present for the holidays.

    The fair is hosted by the Prince Rupert Community Arts Council and there is no admission to enter.

    November 13, 2013 Northern View A23www.thenorthernview.com

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    Senior Centre notes

    By Donna PRINCE RUPERT / The Northern View

    Whist Monday: Ladies - 1st - D. Currie, 2nd - M. Arneson, Pool - D. Currie, Lorna M., M. Weir; Mens 1st - E. Page, 2nd - R. Basso, Pool - R. Basso, M. Arneson, L. Maksymyszyn.

    Thursday: Ladies 1st and pool - M. Laporte, 2nd - M. Shrubsall; Mens 1st - P. Laporte, 2nd - Lorna M.,Pool - J. Basso.

    Thank you John Basso for laying our wreath every Remembrance Day at the Cenotaph. We really appreciate it.

    Last Tuesday our executive had the benefit of receiving excellent information on the many forms of Elder Abuse, recent statistics on its prevalence, and the many resources available for advice and support. Our instructor, Shannon, did a marvelous job of sorting out the local and provincial referral resources available, which are posted on our bulletin board. Many thanks Shannon.

    Flu Clinics at the Pr. Rupert Health Unit: Wednesday, Nov. 13 from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m.Thursday, Nov. 14 from 1pm to 5 p.m.Friday, Nov. 15 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.***For more info call 250-622-6380.

    Coming in December: Pancake Breakfast on Sunday, Dec. 1Elections: Tuesday Dec. 10 General MeetingChristmas Open House on Dec. 12Seniors Bingo Party on Wednesday, Dec. 18

    The Northern View archivesThe 38th Annual Kaien Island Craft Fair takes place on Saturday.

    Talents on display at craft fair

    Date set for Skate with the RampageBy Shaun ThomaS PRINCE RUPERT / The Northern View

    The Prince Rupert Rampage have announced the date for the annual Skate with the Rampage event.

    Fans of all ages will be able to hit

    the ice with their favourite player and get team autographs from 3 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. on Sunday Dec. 1 just one day after the Rampage host the Houston Luckies. The team will be providing free skate rentals for those who dont have a pair of

    their own.As well as being a chance for

    the players to interact with the people who cheer them on every home game, the event supports the Salvation Army as admission is by donation to the food bank.

    Community

  • A24 Northern View November 13, 2013 www.thenorthernview.com

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    Prince Rupert

    Nadia Movold

    250-600-2334

    Heather Bullock

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    Emily Kawaguchi

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    1152 7th Ave East

    Listed & Sold by Emily

    Listed by Victor Sold By Keith

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    Listed & Sold by Nadia

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  • VOL. 8 NO. 47 WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 2013 FREE

    Haida Gwaii

    RCMP warn of illegal huntingBY CPL. GLEN BRECKON MASSET / Masset RCMP

    Masset RCMP responded to 25 calls for service from Oct. 29 to Nov. 4. This included four drunk in public files and four breach of peace/`disturbance files.

    On Oct. 29, it was reported that over the weekend someone had attempted to break into the Wellness House on Collison Avenue. It appeared as though someone had used a pry bar to try and gain entry through the door. The door was heavily damaged but entry was not gained. RCMP are still investigating this incident and anyone with information is encouraged to contact the RCMP.

    On Oct. 30, RCMP responded to a report of an intoxicated male passed out in the old Military Barracks. Members attended and located the male. The BC Ambulance Service was called to assess the male before he was lodged in cells until safe and sober. A small quantity of marihuana was located on the male when he was searched.

    Halloween was relatively quiet for the Masset RCMP. Extra members were on shift and patrols were conducted throughout the evening in Port Clements, Masset and Old Massett. The people out and about in all the communities seemed in great spirits and out to have a good time. The RCMP only had two calls for service over the evening. One was a traffic complaint in Old Masset and the other was an individual found in breach of his conditions in Masset.

    In the early morning hours of Nov. 2, the Masset RCMP were called to disturbance at a residence on Hill Avenue. Members attended and found several intoxicated people inside the residence. The intoxicated complainant said the problem person had left and refused to provide any further details to the police, saying it was none of their business. Unfortunately this is a common occurrence. People should expect the RCMP to ask questions after they arrive in an effort to determine what transpired in order to ensure safety and that no one is hurt.

    The Masset RCMP have heard some concerns about illegal hunting and shooting activities in the areas around Port Clements. These activities are concerning to the RCMP as they involve the careless and unsafe use of firearms. This is a prime time for deer hunting and there is a lot of hunting pressure in the area. RCMP would like to encourage people to report any suspicious activity they observe while in the outdoors. This includes obtaining licence plates if possible, which will allow the RCMP to initiate and conduct follow up investigation into any alleged violations of the Criminal Code, Firearms Act, Wildlife Act and Hunting Regulations.

    As always, any suspicious activity can be reported to the Masset RCMP at 250-626-3991 or anonymously to Crimestoppers at 1-800-222-8477 (TIPS) or online at www.bccrimestoppers.

    Marlene Liddle of Old Massett is the recipient of a 2013 BC Creative Achievement Award for First Nations Art.

    Liddle honoured as one of B.C.s bestBY MARTINA PERRY OLD MASSETT / The Northern View

    Marlene Liddle, a cedar weaver from Old Massett, had to keep quiet about her most recent achievement.

    But Liddle is happy Premier Christy Clark and BC Achievement Foundation chair Keith Mitchell have announced the recipients of the 2013 BC Creative Achievement Award for First Nation Art, with Liddle being one of five British Columbians to receive the award, along with Lifetime Achievement Award winner Mandy Brown.

    I was ecstatic ... I knew several months ago, but had to wait to make the public announcement. It was really hard for me to not tell my family I got this award, Liddle said.

    I was really happy to be able to tell them.

    The Creative Achievement Awards honours British Columbian artists whose work is judged to be original and innovative while having practical function.

    Its pretty fantastic to be selected. It means Im getting recognized for my hard work and dedication, Liddle said.

    Liddle began gathering and

    preparing red and yellow cedar for Haida elders in 2000, one of which was future mentor Christine Carty. In 2008, Liddle started her apprenticeship under Carty in the traditional disciplines of cedar bark hats.

    [Christine Carty] pretty much told me I had to start weaving. I was getting too old to climb around in the bush, Liddle said.

    Today, Liddle creates traditional cedar hats and baskets in a contemporary style, incorporating traditional techniques and modern materials. Liddle weaves with mainly red and yellow cedar, as well as occasionally using waxed Irish Linen, copper, steel, brass and the occasional bead.

    Working full time, Liddle does her weaving in the evenings while her husband watches television. It takes the Haida artist approximately 15 hours to complete a traditional hat,

    not taking into consideration the harvesting and prepping of the bark. She has also completed more lengthy projects, including a Texan-style hat and a buret.

    Along with receiving the BC Creative Achievement Award for First Nation Art, Liddle considers receiving a BC Arts Council grant in May as a highlight in her art career. The grant was given to her to create a pounded cedar bark rope using waxed Irish Linen for the piece.

    It was the first proposal I wrote, which was outside of my comfort zone, she said.

    Liddle also said being featured in the quarterly magazine for the American National Basketry Organization was another highlight, as well as having advertisement on the BC Ferries vessel that travels to the islands.

    That really gets my name out there, she said.

    Liddle, along with Prince Ruperts Dale Campbell, Tofinos Joe Martin, Terraces Ken McNeil and Sammy Robinson from Kitamaat Village will be presented with the awards at a November ceremony in Vancouver. The six First Nations artists will join 37 others the foundation has recognized over the last seven years.

    Its pretty fantastic to be selected.

    - Marlene Liddle

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    Skeena - Bulkley Valley MP Nathan Cullen has ruled out switching from federal politics to the provincial scene to seek the leadership of the B.C. NDP.

    Cullen made the announcement through his Facebook page on the afternoon of Nov. 8, saying there is much more to be done in Ottawa.

    I believe that I must complete the work that was started by Jack Layton and continued with the leadership of Tom Mulcair to help build Canadas first federal New Democratic government, he wrote.

    I will continue to do all I can to stop Stephen Harpers regressive plans for Canada and

    British Columbia - stripping environmental laws, the Enbridge Northern Gateway pipeline, the tearing of the social safety net to name a few. B.C. will be one of the key battlegrounds in the 2015 federal election. I want to do all I can to help create a national government we can feel proud of.

    Cullen, who finished third in the federal NDP leadership race, was seen by many as a strong contender to replace Adrian Dix.

    I have been humbled and inspired by the calls, posts and many conversations over the last number of weeks and believe firmly that all the elements exist for our party to renew itself in British Columbia to form government in 2017, he said of the partys future. Councillors given a say in

    temporary zoning permitsBy Shaun ThomaSPORT EDWARD / The Northern View

    The District of Port Edward is moving ahead with its plans for temporary rezoning permits, but more of the say in the matter is being put into the hands of individual councillors.

    The bylaw, which allows parcels of land to be rezoned for three year periods and up to six years in total without going through the rezoning process, originally put the decision to approve any applications in the hands of the mayor and the chief administrative officer. But at the Nov. 5 council meeting, Coun. Knut Bjorndal said he wanted to see that changed following a public hearing on the matter earlier in the night.

    We could have an instance where this

    council, or future councils, have something the mayor and CAO approved but council is opposed to, he said.

    The idea of bringing these applications before all of council not only found support from other councillors, but from Mayor Dave MacDonald and CAO Ron Bedard.

    We could have something where we dont think it is controversial, and then at the next meeting the room is packed with people saying you boneheads, said Bedard.

    At this time I have no problem with it ... it has to be council as a whole that looks at these, said Mayor MacDonald.

    The temporary use permit bylaw will have to come back to council for final approval.

    The Northern View archivesRotarians Lisa Thomas and Scott Farwell have some fun at last years Prince Rupert Rotary Auction. This years auction kicks off on Monday night, with a full guide to the auction available in this Fridays issue of the Northern Connector.

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    BY SHAUN THOMAS PRINCE RUPERT / The Northern View

    It may be months behind schedule, but the Ministry of Transportation remains committed to installing a traffic light at the intersection of McBride and 9th Ave. West.

    The province announced plans for the light in August and it was scheduled to be installed this fall, but the time line now puts the traffic light in place by mid-December.

    Provincially, there was a high demand for electrical design and engineering this year, said a ministry spokesperson, noting the design was completed and passed on to the contractor at the end of September.

    There was also a high demand for electrical projects for the ministrys electrical contractor.

    The pedestrian-controlled light was something both the City of Prince Rupert and the Prince Rupert School District were seeking. The school district began the conversation shortly after Prince Ruperts two high schools amalgamated, contacting the City of Prince Rupert in late 2012 to support the idea.

    The anticipated budget for materials and installation of the light is $156,000, which will be paid for entirely by the Ministry of Transportation as McBride is a provincial highway.

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    BY JOSH MASSEY TERRACE / Black Press

    A number of recent collisions between vehicles and wildlife has caused Terrace-based conservation officer Gareth Scrivner to put a call out for drivers to both exercise caution and also to report an incident as soon as possible.

    At this time of year many animals may be travelling to new areas before winter. Some bears will be moving to higher ground, where they can find consistent cold temperatures to den so they dont wake up during midwinter mild times, said Scrivner.

    Also, some moose will be moving down from higher elevations to over-wintering grounds ... collisions with moose are more common in winter.

    By reporting any incidence swiftly to the conservation office, the public can ensure that the animals have the best chance at being rescued and rehabilitated; euthanized to avoid suffering; or to have any edible remains salvaged for meat which can be donated through the Salvation Army.

    In the past two months there have been approximately six incidents involving moose and bears.

    One incident where a cow moose

    was struck wasnt reported until more than two days later, and by the time a conservation officer arrived the meat was no longer good to eat. Its calf had disappeared.

    The goal is to reduce the time

    between the incident and the reporting of the incident which Scrivner said is typically too long, in order to achieve the above goals.

    Please drive carefully with wildlife in mind, said Scrivner.

    In the case of an incident, members of the public cannot legally salvage wildlife meat from road killed animals. However, conservation officers may issue permits for this in some situations.

    The 24 hour line for reporting is 1-877-952-7277.

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    Pacific NorthWest LNG (Proponent) is proposing to construct and operate a liquefied natural gas (LNG) facility and marine terminal near Prince Rupert, within the District of Port Edward. The proposed Project would be located on Lelu Island and convert natural gas to LNG for export to Pacific Rim markets in Asia. The proponent has applied for a license to export up to 19.68 million tonnes of LNG per year for 25 years starting in 2019.

    The proposed Project is subject to review under British Columbias Environmental Assessment Act and the Canadian Environmental Assessment Act, 2012 (CEAA 2012). The proponent must obtain an environmental assessment certificate before any work can be undertaken on the proposed Project. However, prior to submission of an application for a certificate, the Environmental Assessment Office of British Columbia (EAO) must first approve the Application Information Requirements.

    Public Comment Period

    The EAO is holding a 30-day public comment period from November 13 to December 13, 2013 on the proposed Pacific NorthWest LNG draft Application Information Requirements (AIR) document.

    The EAO and the proponent are looking for public feedback on: If proposed studies, methods, and information included in the draft AIR satisfies public interests and concerns Any further interests and concerns the public would like to be included in the Application.

    The EAO accepts written comments received during the public comment period, and will require the proponent to track the issues and concerns identified and provide responses. The BC EAO will accept public comments:

    Online: www.eao.gov.bc.caBy Fax: 250 356 7477

    By Mail: Kenneth Howes, Project Assessment Manager Environmental Assessment Office PO Box 9426 Stn Prov Govt Victoria BC V8W 9V1

    Draft Application Information Requirements

    Provides instructions to the proponent regarding information requirements to be included in their Application for an environmental assessment certificate.

    Describes the studies, methods and information the proponent is required to include in their Application. Does not include: the results of studies required, the assessment of potential effects of the proposed Project, or

    environmental management plans to successfully run the proposed Project. This information will be included in the final Application. Members of the public will have another opportunity to comment in a separate public comment period.

    Open House

    The EAO will be hosting an Open House in Prince Rupert and Port Edward during the public comment period. Representatives from the proponent will be available to answer questions regarding the proposed Project. BC EAO staff will be available to speak to the provincial environmental assessment process. This session will explain the content and purpose of the draft AIR document and will seek public input regarding the proposed Project.

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    The EAO will provide information about the environmental assessment process.

    The proponent will display information regarding the proposed Project and the content of the draft AIR document for public viewing.

    The public is invited to provide feedback on the proposed Project and to identify their concerns and interests with the EAO.

    The proponent will track and document issues and concerns raised at the open house and will provide a timely response to them.

    As of November 13, the draft AIR and more information on the environmental assessment of the proposed Project will be available on the EAO website at: www.eao.gov.bc.ca. Copies of the draft AIR are also available for viewing at the following locations:

    Prince Rupert Library | 101 6th Avenue West Port Edward Community Centre | 770 Pacific Ave Prince Rupert City Hall | 424 3rd Ave West

    If you are unable to participate at this time, there will be an additional comment period during the Application Review stage when you will also be able to provide comments to the EAO on the proposed Project.

    All submissions received by EAO during the comment period in relation to the proposed Project are considered public and will be posted to the EAO website.

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    BY CAMERON ORR KITIMAT / Black Press

    David Black, president of Kitimat Clean Ltd., made his first public appearance at a northwest municipal council meeting, speaking at length about his proposed oil refinery in Kitimat.

    Black, who is also the chairman of Black Press, the company which owns the Northern View, was an unscheduled presenter at the Nov. 4 meeting. As overview, Black touted the $26 billion price tag the entirety of his proposal would cost, including $18 billion for the refinery, $6 billion for a pipeline to supply the refinery, $1 billion for a fleet of tankers and $1 billion for a share of a natural gas pipeline.

    The refinery had earlier be estimated at $15 billion, however the inclusion of Fischer-Tropsch technology, which he said will reduce the refinerys emissions from 7 million tonnes year to 3.5 million, will add a $3 billion premium to its cost.

    Black spoke to issues such as Canadas energy policy and pipeline safety.

    Canada is in danger of getting a lot of its oil landlocked, and a huge part of our economy in Canada is tied to being able to export our oil, he said, noting Canada can only sell its oil to the United States at a significant discount.

    He also pointed out the U.S. is needing to import less and less oil as they refine their own supply.

    So we are fighting with all the other exporters in the U.S. for a diminishing pie, he said.

    Meanwhile the oil were producing is going up, so we are desperate for pipelines running somewhere other than the U.S.

    On the issue of pipelines, Black said the problem he sees with projects like Enbridges Northern Gateway is not in the pipeline but in the tankers.

    Modern pipelines dont leak, he said, pointed to U.S. statistics.

    He said the numbers show only a handful of leaks over a barrel in the last 10 years, a third of those caused by excavators and very few from ruptures. He said the pipe that ran through Kalamazoo was an older pipe and he is referring to modern construction. He admits that pinhole leaks, which could leak litres of oil a day with no alarm, are still a problem.

    He did say during his presentation that if he cant get Enbridge to bring their proposed Northern Gateway pipeline to serve his refinery which he has asked for and been denied by the company then he hopes to serve the refinery with a separate pipeline or by rail.

    Coun. Phil Germuth asked Black about selling refined product locally. While Black said byproducts like butane and propane would likely be sold locally, and reduce the price in the region, complications would arise if he sold refined product in Canada.

    We could provide it cheaper, but of course youre entering into a price war to do it because theres already a current supplier, and youre not going to do very well at the end of that because some of these suppliers are enormous companies. They can wait you out, he said, noting exporting it to growing economies in Asia means full price would be paid.

    Meanwhile he also answered questions from Coun. Mario Feldhoff about the benefit of building on the B.C. coast rather than in-land at the

    source. The economy and environmental considerations come into play for that.

    For one, Black hopes to construct large units for the refinery, such as 300 foot distillation towers, in lower cost areas and bring them in, which reduces the cost. Transporting pieces of the refinery further inland from the coast would add $10 billion to the cost, he said. It would also mean that instead of one pipeline bringing in the diluted bitumen from the oil sands, there would be eight pipelines transporting refined product to the coast.

    You dont want to have to put in eight pipelines from Edmonton to the coast, you want to run one, he said.

    As for next steps, Black wants to get financing for a feasibility study he expects to cost $200 million, which would be undertaken during anticipated environmental reviews he wants to submit for this fall.

    He will also be seeking First Nations agreements regarding potential pipeline arrangements through traditional territories, and wants a memorandum of understanding with the Government of Canada to get loan guarantees worth $8 billion to finance the project.

    Council seeks clarification

    The Northern View archivesKitimat Clean Ltd. president David Black made an unscheduled presentation at Kitimat council.

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    BY TOM FLETCHER VICTORIA / Black Press

    The B.C. government has spent 10 years and $66 million on meetings and consultants to discuss aboriginal governance of children in protective care, while actual services such as domestic violence safe houses remain inadequate to meet the need.

    That conclusion emerges from a new report from B.C.s Representative for Children and Youth, Mary Ellen Turpel-Lafond, who calls it a confused, unstable and bizarre area of public policy where millions continue to be spent without accountability.

    For example, Turpel-Lafond wrote, nearly $35 million was spent discussing regional aboriginal authorities, including large expenditures on paying people to meet, hiring consultants to facilitate those meetings, and producing materials of questionable practical value following such meetings that almost never addressed the actual difficulties children and youth were experiencing in their lives issues such as parental addiction, domestic violence, poverty, neglect and the need for mental health services or special needs support.

    Stephanie Cadieux, B.C.s Minister of Children and Family Development, said Wednesday she accepts the findings of the report, and agrees that the ministry strayed from its mandate to provide direct services.

    A new deputy minister appointed two years ago has worked to redirect ministry spending to services for those in need, Cadieux said. She acknowledged that

    another $8 million is being spent this fiscal year on impractical nation-to-nation talks before consulting contracts expire.

    NDP children and families critic Carole James said she supports the concept of delegating child welfare to aboriginal communities where its practical to do so. But she said its appalling that millions are spent on high-level meetings while there is an eight-month waiting list for youth mental health services.

    The B.C. Liberal government has a track record of this, going back to former premier Gordon Campbell, who recruited a South African expert as deputy minister to impose a new aboriginal child care system, she said.

    They put out a big idea or a slogan, say theyre going to move it, and then have no plan to implement it properly, with resources, with clear outcomes, James said.

    The tragedy with this one is its aboriginal children who are suffering.

    Cadieux said it isnt fair to conclude all the money was wasted. The ministry has better relationships with aboriginal communities, and still provides direct services across the province, she said.

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    548 North Pacific Fishing Supplies 1 Prawn Trap $7000

    549 Alan K Hooper Inc G/C Towards Services $15000

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    551 Prince Rupert Cinemas Famous Players Single Movie Pass & Regular Popcorn $1425

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    553 MJ Basso & Son General Contracting Ltd G/C for Rona $5000

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    555 Dwayne Davey Drywall Credit towards Drywall & Renovations $30000

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    570 National Car Rental Full Size Car 4 Day Rental $40000

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    572 Prince Rupert Grain Ltd G/C Rodhos Restaurant $5000

    573 The Gym & Gift Shop One month pass $6668

    574 District Of Port Edward Stormtech Black Jacket size XL $10000

    575 CityWest Cable & Telephone Corp Motorola DCX3510 digital cable box $40000

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    Watch For Me Item #870Value of $1,000

    Mackenzie Home FurnishingsWhere the PRICE is Right and The QUALITY Better

    2 - $100 Simmons Mattress Gift Card3 - $50 Gift Cards

    3 - Ashley dual sided Queen Pillows2 - $100 Gift Certi cates to Entire Automotive

    2 - $49.00 Askley Black Furniture Ottoman1 - $100 GE Gift Card

    150 1st Avenue West Phone 250-624-4146

    mackenziehomefurnishings.ca

    Items #s 149, 213, 234, 318, 457, 475, 519, 557, 559, 717, 724, 884, 899

    Total Donated Value of $1,076.47

  • 584 Hecate Strait Employment Develop First Aid Kit $13200

    585 The Northern View 1/4 page ad in The Northern Connector $42385

    586 Prince Rupert Port Authority Canadas Pacific Gateways Realizing the Vision $3995

    587 Rainbow Driving School G/C for Rainbow Driving School $4000

    588 Prince Rupert Racquets Centre 3 Hour Wallyball Court Rental $7000

    589 Nova Esthetics Beauty Med Anti-Aging Kit (Cream & Serum) $10500

    590 Dwayne Davey Drywall Credit towards Drywall and Renovations $30000

    591 Stardust Restaurant Stardust Cafe G/C $2500

    592 Prince Rupert Grain Ltd G/C Rodhos Restaurant $5000

    593 Smiles Seafood Cafe (1988) Ltd Smiles Seafood Cafe G/C $5000

    594 Coast Industrial Construction Safeway G/C $10000

    595 Nisgaa Society Full Day Nisgaa Hall Rental $62000

    10:00 - 10:30 PM596 Ferguson Funeral Home Ltd

    G/C to Eastwind Emporium $5000

    597 Archibald, Clarke & Defieux Insurance Home Hardware G/C $7500

    598 Marks Work Wearhouse Ltd T-Max Jacket $9000

    599 Serenity Esthetics Warm Buddy plush White Robe & Heated anti-stress $15000

    600 eRupertca 500,000 Ad Impressions /500,000 page Views $1,00000

    601 West End Grocery Ltd Phone Card $2000

    602 TD Canada Trust Swank - Mens Stainless Steel Tie Clip $3500

    603 Kal Tire Lube, Oil and service $6000

    604 Dr Bill Redman G/C for Moe Hays Golf Shop $10000

    605 Third Avenue Home - Vince Amante Jackson Grill Patio Fire $30000

    606 Harbour Theatre Society 4 Pack for Udderfest 2014 $2500

    607 Prince Rupert Grain Ltd G/C Cow Bay Cafe $5000

    608 Bandstra Transportation Systems City Furniture G/C $5000

    609 2nd Avenue Medical Clinic Stiles Place G/C $10000

    610 Shoppers Drug Mart 2256 Mens & Womens Skin Care Basket $40000

    611 Cow Bay Cafe Ltd Gift Certificate $5000

    612 Modern Draperies G/C to Modern Draperies $5000

    613 Skeena Driving School 1 hour driving lesson $7000

    614 Alan K Hooper Inc G/C Towards Services $15000

    615 Port City Ford Sales Shop local Gift Basket $65000

    616 Rodhos Pizza Ltd G/C to Rodhos Pizza $2500

    617 TheaAnns Greek Palace Restaurant Gift Certificate $2500

    618 Ferguson Funeral Home Ltd G/C to Cooks Jewelers $5000

    619 Dance Academy of Prince Rupert 1 Zumba Pass $5670

    620 McElhanney Consulting Service Ltd Safeway G/C $10000

    621 All West Glass Prince Rupert Ltd Voucher for Rock Chip Repair $3000

    622 Four Seasons Flowers Gift Certificate $5000

    623 Galaxy Gardens Restaurant G/C to Galaxy Gardens $6000

    624 North Pacific Cannery 2014 Family Membership $6000

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    10 - Canadas Paci c Gateway - Realizing the Vision1 - Building Canadas Paci c Gateway - Framed Print

    Watch For Me Item #s 137, 153, 207, 268, 441, 470, 501, 586, 772, 816, 841

    Value of $649.50

    Item #s 250, 815, 920Total Value of $1975

    $750 Shop Local Gift Basket$650 Shop Local Gift Basket$575 Shop Local Gift Basket

    970 SASKATOON AVE, PRINCE RUPERT 250-624-3673 or 1-866-605-3673 www.portcityford.ca

    PORT CITY FORD SALESDLR #30404

    Item #s 133, 142, 161, 181, 272, 307, 319, 447, 542, 572, 582, 592, 607, 716, 776, 788, 822, 837, 847, 907,

    Total Value of $1,000

    5 - $50 Gi Certi cates for Farwest Sport & Cycle5 - $50 Gi Certi cates for Cow Bay Cafe

    5 - $50 Gi Certi cates for Rodhos Restaurant5 - $50 Gi Certi cates for Opa Japanese Sushi Bar

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    236-9th Ave East, Prince Rupert, B.C. V8J 2R7 reeling@citytel.net WATCH FOR MEItem #560

    Value of $1,200

    One Day Fishing Charter for 3 PeopleOne Day Fishing Charter for 3 PeopleOne Day Fishing Charter for 3 PeopleOne Day Fishing Charter for 3 PeopleOne Day Fishing Charter for 3 PeopleOne Day Fishing Charter for 3 PeopleOne Day Fishing Charter for 3 PeopleOne Day Fishing Charter for 3 PeopleOne Day Fishing Charter for 3 PeopleOne Day Fishing Charter for 3 PeopleOne Day Fishing Charter for 3 PeopleOne Day Fishing Charter for 3 PeopleOne Day Fishing Charter for 3 PeopleOne Day Fishing Charter for 3 PeopleOne Day Fishing Charter for 3 PeopleOne Day Fishing Charter for 3 PeopleOne Day Fishing Charter for 3 PeopleOne Day Fishing Charter for 3 PeopleOne Day Fishing Charter for 3 PeopleOne Day Fishing Charter for 3 PeopleOne Day Fishing Charter for 3 PeopleOne Day Fishing Charter for 3 PeopleOne Day Fishing Charter for 3 PeopleOne Day Fishing Charter for 3 PeopleOne Day Fishing Charter for 3 PeopleOne Day Fishing Charter for 3 PeopleOne Day Fishing Charter for 3 PeopleOne Day Fishing Charter for 3 PeopleOne Day Fishing Charter for 3 PeopleOne Day Fishing Charter for 3 PeopleOne Day Fishing Charter for 3 PeopleOne Day Fishing Charter for 3 PeopleOne Day Fishing Charter for 3 PeopleOne Day Fishing Charter for 3 PeopleOne Day Fishing Charter for 3 PeopleOne Day Fishing Charter for 3 PeopleOne Day Fishing Charter for 3 PeopleOne Day Fishing Charter for 3 PeopleOne Day Fishing Charter for 3 PeopleOne Day Fishing Charter for 3 PeopleOne Day Fishing Charter for 3 PeopleOne Day Fishing Charter for 3 PeopleOne Day Fishing Charter for 3 PeopleOne Day Fishing Charter for 3 PeopleOne Day Fishing Charter for 3 PeopleOne Day Fishing Charter for 3 PeopleOne Day Fishing Charter for 3 PeopleOne Day Fishing Charter for 3 PeopleOne Day Fishing Charter for 3 PeopleOne Day Fishing Charter for 3 PeopleOne Day Fishing Charter for 3 PeopleOne Day Fishing Charter for 3 PeopleOne Day Fishing Charter for 3 PeopleOne Day Fishing Charter for 3 PeopleOne Day Fishing Charter for 3 PeopleOne Day Fishing Charter for 3 PeopleOne Day Fishing Charter for 3 PeopleOne Day Fishing Charter for 3 PeopleOne Day Fishing Charter for 3 PeopleOne Day Fishing Charter for 3 PeopleOne Day Fishing Charter for 3 PeopleOne Day Fishing Charter for 3 PeopleOne Day Fishing Charter for 3 PeopleOne Day Fishing Charter for 3 PeopleOne Day Fishing Charter for 3 PeopleOne Day Fishing Charter for 3 PeopleOne Day Fishing Charter for 3 PeopleOne Day Fishing Charter for 3 PeopleOne Day Fishing Charter for 3 PeopleOne Day Fishing Charter for 3 PeopleOne Day Fishing Charter for 3 PeopleOne Day Fishing Charter for 3 PeopleOne Day Fishing Charter for 3 PeopleOne Day Fishing Charter for 3 PeopleOne Day Fishing Charter for 3 PeopleOne Day Fishing Charter for 3 PeopleOne Day Fishing Charter for 3 PeopleOne Day Fishing Charter for 3 PeopleOne Day Fishing Charter for 3 PeopleOne Day Fishing Charter for 3 PeopleOne Day Fishing Charter for 3 PeopleOne Day Fishing Charter for 3 PeopleOne Day Fishing Charter for 3 PeopleOne Day Fishing Charter for 3 PeopleOne Day Fishing Charter for 3 PeopleOne Day Fishing Charter for 3 PeopleOne Day Fishing Charter for 3 PeopleOne Day Fishing Charter for 3 PeopleOne Day Fishing Charter for 3 PeopleOne Day Fishing Charter for 3 PeopleOne Day Fishing Charter for 3 PeopleOne Day Fishing Charter for 3 PeopleOne Day Fishing Charter for 3 People

    625 Northern Savings Credit Union Harvest Term Deposit $10000

    626 Prime Time Cafe Gift Certificate $2000

    627 My Mountain Co-op Adult Full Day Lift Voucher $5000

    628 Rupert Marine Shipping 3 ticket Flex Pass-PR Concert Society $6000

    629 Steve Cullis Appraisals Ltd Safeway G/C $10000

    630 The Electrician G/C to Java Dot Cup $10000

    10:30 PM631 Eagle Bluff Enterprises

    Double Room at Eagle Bluff Bed & Breakfast $12500

    632 Canadian Fishing Company Gift Basket of Assorted Gold Seal Products $10000

    633 Four Season Maintenance Ltd Irish Setter Fleece Jacket $11000

    634 McDonalds Restaurant Gift basket full of McDonalds Fun$15000

    635 Inland Air Charters Ltd 20 min flight seeing tour for 4 people $33800

    Wednesday noveMber 206:30 - 7:00 PM701 La Gondola Restaurant

    Gift Certificate $2500

    702 Bandstra Transportation Systems City Furniture G/C $5000

    703 Rainbow Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ltd Rainbow Chrysler Dodge Jeep G/C $5000

    704 City Furniture & Appliances City Furniture Gift Voucher $10000

    705 Aero Trading Two 5lb pkg frozen Halibut Fillets $16000

    706 Storeys Excavating Home Hardware G/C $5000

    707 Kaien Road Centre G/C to Overwaitea$5000

    708 Canadian Broadcasting Corporation CBC Radio Goodie Bag $7500

    709 City Furniture & Appliances City Furniture Gift Voucher $10000

    710 Van Houtte Coffee Services Inc 1 Keurig Coffee Machine $17500

    711 Uncle Bucks Restaurant Ltd Gift Certificate $2500

    712 Subway Sandwiches and Salads 5 Coupons for 6 Sandwiches $3500

    713 Charles Hays Secondary School 4 Tickets to the play Disneys Beauty & the Beast $6000

    714 Entire Automotive Services Ltd G/C to MacKenzie BrandSource $10000

    715 Aero Trading Two 5lb pkg frozen Halibut Fillets $16000

    716 Prince Rupert Grain Ltd G/C Opa Japanese Sushi Bar $5000

    717 Mackenzie BrandSource Gift Certificate $5000

    718 Bandstra Transportation Systems City Furniture G/C $5000

    719 Alan K Hooper Inc $150 G/C Towards Services $15000

    720 First Canada ULC 2 Hour Bus Charter $25000

    721 Storeys Excavating Home Hardware G/C $5000

    722 Galaxy Gardens Restaurant G/C to Galaxy Gardens $6000

    723 Finex PM Security Ltd 1 Bottle of Robert Burns Arran Whisky $7000

    724 Mackenzie BrandSource GE Gift Certificate $10000

    725 Dwayne Davey Drywall Credit towards Drywall & Renovations $20000

    726 Prince Rupert Cinemas Famous Players Single Movie Pass & Regular Popcorn $1425

    727 All West Glass Prince Rupert Ltd Voucher for Rock Chip Repair $3000

    728 Slickers Raingear Warehouse Pioneer Blue XL Water Resistant Jacket $4250

    729 Doug Kydd, (Advisor) G/C for Sea Sport $10000

    730 Dwayne Davey Drywall Credit towards Drywall & Renovations $30000

    731 Bandstra Transportation Systems City Furniture G/C $5000

    732 My Mountain Co op Adult Full Day Lift Voucher $5000

    733 Saanich Plumbing & Heating Ltd Gift Certificate $5000

    734 Tyee Charters Ltd Overwaitea G/C $10000

    735 Frank Electric Ltd 3 hours labour for Electrical Services $25500

    7:00 - 7:30 PM736 7-Eleven Food Stores #32167

    Esso G/C$5000

    737 Elan Travel G/C to Elan Travel $6000

    738 DC Computer & Electronics 15 Hour Computer Repair Labour $9500

    739 Ridley Terminals Inc G/C to Cow Bay Cafe $10000

    740 Medi Chair $25000 Medi Chair G/C $25000

    741 Prince Rupert Cinemas Famous Players Single Movie Pass & Regular Popcorn $1425

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    $526 - 20 minute helicopter tour for 5

    Watch For Me Item #855Value of $526

    337 McBride Street, Prince Rupert, BCPhone: 624-5432 Fax: 624-9659 saanich@citytel.net

    SaanichPlumbing & Heating Ltd.

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    Item #s 132, 177, 197, 442, 452, 497, 562, 733, 827, 872

    Value of $500

    SR

  • 742 Peter Haugan 1 pound box of Prawn Tails in Seawater $2000

    743 Bandstra Transportation Systems City Furniture G/C $5000

    744 Pacific Coast Veterinary Hospital Ltd G/C for Services $12000

    745 Kaien Island Optometry G/C to Kaien Island Optometry $25000

    746 Cow Bay Cafe Ltd Gift Certificate $5000

    747 Tonja S Horne Inc G/C to Fresh Onion $5000

    748 Eidsvik & Associates G/C to J&J Construction $5000

    749 Rupert Disposal Ltd G/C towards Roll Off Services $10000

    750 Traylings Tackle Shop Big Chief Electric Food Smoker $25000

    751 Mamas Restaurant & Steakhouse G/C to Mamas Restaurant $2000

    752 Dr Val Adam inc G/C to Safeway $5000

    753 Realty Executives Prince Rupert Deluxe Golf Umbrella Realty Execs$5000

    754 Nickerson, GW Co Ltd G/C for The Crest $10000

    755 St John Ambulance Level 1 First Aid Course $16500

    756 Central Barbers Mans Hairstyle $1600

    757 TheaAnns Greek Palace Restaurant Gift Certificate $2500

    758 Cow Bay Cafe Ltd Gift Certificate $5000

    759 Chances Prince Rupert G/C Fine Dining for 2 $10000

    760 Dwayne Davey Drywall Credit towards Drywall & Renovations $20000

    761 Canada Safeway Limited (No78) Safeway G/C $5000

    762 Northern Landscaping Safeway G/C $5000

    763 MJ Basso & Son General Contracting Ltd G/C for Home Hardware $5000

    764 Ridley Terminals Inc G/C to the Fresh Onion $10000

    765 Aero Trading Two 5lb pkg frozen Halibut Fillets $16000

    766 For The Love of Dog Pet Care G/C for grooming services $4000

    767 Hays Cove Petro Canada G/C to Hays Cove Petro Canada $5000

    768 Cow Bay Gift Galley Gift Certificate $6000

    769 Lester Centre of the Arts G/C to Lester Centre of Arts $10000

    770 Dwayne Davey Drywall Credit towards Drywall & Renovations $30000

    771 Peter Haugan One pound box of Prawn Tails in Seawater $2000

    772 Prince Rupert Port Authority Canadas Pacific Gateways Realizing the Vision $3995

    773 Royal LePage Prince Rupert G/C to Rainbow Chrysler $5000

    774 Northern Savings Credit Union Harvest Term Deposit $10000

    775 Acklands Grainger 155 piece Mechanics Tool Set $25500

    776 Prince Rupert Grain Ltd G/C Opa Japanese Sushi Bar $5000

    777 Bandstra Transportation Systems City Furniture G/C $5000

    778 Good Times Games & Electronics Hexbug Warriors Gift Bag $8000

    779 Tim Hortons Tim Hortons Coffee Maker $15000

    780 Empire Grain Stevedoring Ltd G/C to Crest Hotel $20000

    7:30 - 8:00 PM781 Bank of Montreal

    The Golfers Dozen $3995

    782 Tonja S Horne Inc G/C to Breakers Pub $5000

    783 No 1 Fast Food Centre Small Hot Appy Tray $7500

    784 City Furniture & Appliances City Furniture Gift Voucher $10000

    785 Crest Hotel Ltd 1 night stay in the Treat Suite $23900

    786 East Wind Emporium 10 DVD Movie Rentals $3000

    787 TD Canada Trust Swank - Mens Stainless Steel Cufflinks $4500

    788 Prince Rupert Grain Ltd G/C Farwest Sport & Cycle $5000

    789 Ocean View Hotel 1 Night in the Treat Suite $10710

    790 TD Canada Trust Diamond Collection - Diamond Pendant $17999

    791 Skeena Taxi Ltd Safeway G/C $5000

    792 Northern Savings Insurance G/C to Galaxy Gardens $5000

    793 Rupert Towing 1 tow in town $7000

    794 Prince Rupert Airport Society G/C for the Crest Hotel $10000

    795 Master Cut HR Professional Ceramic Hair Straightener $24900

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    Third Avenue Caf

    COFFEE BAR GIFT SHOP TANNING CENTRE

    (250) 624-2555 824 Third Avenue, Prince Rupert (Across from Overwaitea)

    2 - $300 Jackson Grill Patio Fire2 - $55 Tanning Packages

    1 - $300 Jackson Grill Versa 75 BBQ Grill

    Item #s 200, 263, 427, 505, 919

    Value of $1,010

    1 - $100 Gift Certi cate to Serenity Esthetics1 - $100 Gift Certi cate to Stiles Place1 - $100 Gift Certi cate to Argosy1 - $100 Gift Certi cate to Cow Bay Cafe1 - $100 Gift Certi cate to The Fresh Onion

    Watch For Me Item #s 214, 405, 469, 739, 764

    Value of $500Ridley Terminals

    Prince Rupert: 250-627-1331 Watch For Me Item #840Value of $500

    $500 Gift Certi cate For Seasport Outboard Marina

  • 796 Zorbas Taverna 1990 Ltd G/C for Zorbas $2500

    797 Eddies News Stand & Novelties Ltd G/C to Eddies News $2500

    798 Western Canada Marine Response Corp Waterproof Backpack $6200

    799 District of Port Edward Stormtech Black Jacket size large $10000

    800 Sea-Sport Outboard Marina Ltd Rod and Reel Combo $15400

    801 Skeena Mobile Audio Lab G/C to Overwaitea Foods $3000

    802 Maverick Mart Gift Certificate $5000

    803 Ferguson Funeral Home Ltd G/C to Eastwind Emporium $5000

    804 Alan K Hooper Inc G/C Towards Services $15000

    805 The Northern View 1/4 page ad in The Northern View $27391

    806 Overwaitea Food Group LP Gift Certificate $5000

    807 General Paint Ltd 1 gallon semi-gloss indoor/outdoor paint $5299

    808 Moe Hays Golf Shop 1 Hour Golf Lesson with Moe Hays $6000

    809 Hecate Strait Employment Develop First Aid Kit $13200

    810 Color Fresh Painting 1 day (8 hrs) indoor painting $30000

    811 Franks Studio Hair Design G/C for Hair Styling $2500

    812 Ultra-Pure One punch card for 20 fills $4599

    813 Makayla Keehn G/C for Therapeutic message$6500

    814 A & G Autobody Repair (2002) Ltd G/C to Overwaitea $10000

    815 Dwayne Davey Drywall Credit towards Drywall & Renovations $30000

    8:00 - 8:30 PM816 Prince Rupert Port Authority

    Canadas Pacific Gateways Realizing the Vision $3995

    817 Four Seasons Flowers Gift Certificate $5000

    818 Smiles Seafood Cafe (1988) Ltd Smiles Seafood Cafe G/C $5000

    819 Wainwright Marine Services Certificate for Rupert Disposal $10000

    820 Aero Trading Two 5lb pkg frozen Halibut Fillets $16000

    821 Rotary Club of Prince Rupert Prince Rupert History Book $4000

    822 Prince Rupert Grain Ltd G/C Rodhos Restaurant $5000

    823 General Paint Ltd 1 gallon breeze latex eggshell paint $5299

    824 Treasure Cove Hotel One Night Stay in a Deluxe Queen Room$13900

    825 Takeda Trading Ltd Six Live Dungeness Crabs $20000

    826 SPCA 2 Nights Boarding of 1 Cat or Dog $3000

    827 Saanich Plumbing & Heating Ltd Gift Certificate $5000

    828 Archibald, Clarke & Defieux Insurance Home Hardware G/C $7500

    829 Light House Child Care Childrens Toy Package $12500

    830 Finning (Canada) Caterpillar Battery $28500

    831 West End Restaurant Dinner for 3 at West End Restaurant $3200

    832 Pacific Inn Overwaitea G/C $5000

    833 Scotiabank Small Safety Deposit Box - 2 Years Free $9450

    834 RE/MAX Coast Mountains G/C - Safeway $10000

    835 Adventure Paving G/C for Products or Services $45000

    836 Prince Rupert Cinemas Famous Players Single Movie Pass & Regular Popcorn $1425

    837 Prince Rupert Grain Ltd G/C Rodhos Restaurant $5000

    838 Eco Management 3 Mon Residential Recycling Pick Up $6720

    839 Dr Bill Redman G/C for Moe Hays Golf Shop $10000

    840 Smit Marine G/C to Sea Sport $50000

    841 Prince Rupert Port Authority Canadas Pacific Gateways Realizing the Vision $3995

    842 Bandstra Transportation Systems City Furniture G/C $5000

    843 Aqua Clear Bottling 10 Refill Tokens for 189L Purified Bottled Water $7000

    844 Harbour Theatre Society Voucher for Christmas Corporate Show $100

    845 Harbour Machining, Welding & Fabricating Grizzly Tour for Two$47500

    8:30 - 9:00 PM846 Grays Log Services

    Set of 6 Placemats Ashdene of Australia $4000

    847 Prince Rupert Grain Ltd G/C Cow Bay Cafe $5000

    848 Totem Lodge Overwaitea G/C $5000

    849 Sears Canada Inc 97 piece Craftsman tool set $15000

    850 eRupertca 500,000 Ad Impressions /500,000 page Views $1,00000

    851 Rainbow Market Ltd Rug Doctor Carpet Cleaning Machine $3000

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    Watch For Me Items #146, 266, 458, 602, 787, 790

    Value of $664.94TD Canada Trust236-500 2nd Ave West Prince Rupert BC V8J 3T6 250 627-1767

    $294 - Carters Jewelllers Pearl Necklace$35 - Swank Mens Stainless Steel Tie Clip

    $79.95 - Swank Mens Stainless Steel Cufflinks - Round$35 - Swank Mens Stainless Steel Tie Clip

    $45 - Swank Mens Stainless Steel Cufflinks - Square$179.99 - Diamond Collection Diamond Pendant

    PRINCE RUPERT

    2 - 1/4 page ads in the Northern View1 - 1/4 page ad in the Northern Connector

    Watch For Me Item #s 125, 585, 805

    Value of $971.67

    Item #s 220, 505, 910Value of $1,020

    3 - $340 4 hour Plumbing

    & Heating Service/Maintenance

    Phone: 250-624-2708 Fax: 250-624-3504sullmech@citytel.net

    SullSullSullSullSullSullSullSullSullSullSullSullSullSullSullSullSullSullSullSullSullSullSullSullSullSullSullSullSullSullSullSullSullSullSullSullSullSullSullSullSullSullSullSullSullSullSullSullSullSullSullSullSullSullSullSullSullSullSullSullSullSullSullSullSullSullivan Mechanical Ltd.ivan Mechanical Ltd.ivan Mechanical Ltd.Plumbing, Heating,

    Refrigeration, Commercial Food Equipment,

    Air Conditioning and Heat Pump Systems

  • 852 Rupert Cleaners & Laundry Ltd Drycleaning G/C $5000

    853 Pacific Coast Veterinary Hospital Ltd G/C for dog food and accessories $7500

    854 Peekaboo Beans Peekaboo Beans Outfit $13900

    855 Quickload Container Examination Facility 20 Minute Helicopter Tour for 5 $52600

    856 Johnnys Machine Shop Ltd G/C to Cow Bay Gift Galley $4000

    857 Overwaitea Food Group Gift Certificate $5000

    858 Skeena Valley Golf & Country Club Certificate for 2 Rounds of Golf $8000

    859 Coast Industrial Construction Safeway G/C $10000

    860 Cooks Jewellers Ladies Movador Watch $1,00000

    861 Henrys B-Y Market Video Rental Voucher $1500

    862 Rupert Mobile Repairs Oil Change $5000

    863 The Gym & Gift Shop One month pass $6668

    864 Joes Autobody Repair G/C - Overwaitea $10000

    865 Kaien Office Essentials All in one Computer $70000

    9:00 - 9:30 PM866 Prince Rupert Golf Club

    1 - 18 - hole round of golf for 1 person $4500

    867 Breakers Pub Limited Breakers Pub G/C $5000

    868 Rainforest Books Gift Basket $8500

    869 2nd Avenue Medical Clinic G/C to Safeway $10000

    870 Home Hardware Home Expression - Kitchen Appliance Shopping Spree $1,50000

    871 All West Glass Prince Rupert Ltd Voucher for Rock Chip Repair $3000

    872 Saanich Plumbing & Heating Ltd Gift Certificate $5000

    873 Dr Karen Fait Chiropractor Chiropractic (Ergonomic) Pillow $5000

    874 The Electrician G/C to Stiles Place Seafood & Grill $10000

    875 Helijet 15 min Helitour for 5 & a bag of swag$50000

    876 Grassy Bay Services Petro Canada G/C $2500

    877 Midway Grocery & Confectionery G/C- Fall & Winter Special $4000

    878 Northern Savings Insurance G/C to Stiles Place $5000

    879 Tri-City Refrigeration Inc Overwaitea Foods G/C $10000

    880 Coast Isle Engineering Ltd Grizzly Bear Tour - Adventure Tours for 2 $50000

    9:30 - 10:00 PM881 Rupert Mobile Repairs

    Oil Change $5000

    882 Grassy Bay Services Petro Canada G/C $5000

    883 RMS Cruise Services 3 ticket Flex Pass-PR Concert Society $6000

    884 Mackenzie BrandSource G/C to Entire Automotive $10000

    885 MacCarthy GM Complete Auto Professional Detailing $39900

    886 Muskeg Press Itamae: My Life in front of the cutting board $2849

    887 Dance Academy of Prince Rupert 1 Yoga Pass $5670

    888 The Argosy Halibut Concrete Casting $9000

    889 NSK Contracting Love Electric Picture (11 of 20) $15000

    890 Adams Diving & Marine Services Ltd Malita 18v Compact Impact Drill Kit $55300

    891 All West Glass Prince Rupert Ltd Voucher for Rock Chip Repair $3000

    892 Rainforest Books G/C buy 2 books get the 3 one free $3000

    893 My Mountain Co op Adult Full Day Lift Voucher $5000

    894 Annas Personal Training G/C for Couple/Single personal $10000

    895 Capps Marine Education Small Vessel Op Proficiency Course $58500

    896 Northern Breeze Surveyors G/C to Opa Sushi $5000

    897 Opa Japanese Sushi Bar Opa Sushi G/C $5000

    898 Stiles Place Seafood & Grill G/C to Stiles Place $6000

    899 Mackenzie BrandSource Ashley dual sided queen pillow $10949

    900 Westcoast Launch/PR Adventure Tours Grizzly Bear Tour for 2 $50000

    10:00 - 10:30 PM901 Hairtek Studio

    Womans hair cut from Pam $3800

    902 Moore Customs Brokers 3 ticket Flex Pass--PR Concert Society $6000

    903 Prince Rupert Rowing & Yachting Club PRYC Nylon Jacket Medium Blue $6500

    904 City Furniture & Appliances City Furniture Gift Voucher $10000

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    Item #s 105, 304, 459, 630, 874, 914Value of $600

    2 - $100 Javadotcup Gift Cards2 - $100 Stiles Place Gift Cards

    2 - $100 Cow Bay Cafe Gift Cards

    (250) 624-3300 735 1st Ave West, Prince Rupert

    Atlin Terminal in Cow Bay, Prince Rupert1-800-201-8377 or 250-627-9166

    Watch For Me Item #900Value of $500

    1 - $900 4 piece Hitachi 18V Cordless Combo Kit

    1 - $681.59 Dimplex Power Chef Electric BBQ

    Item #s 290, 565, 880,

    Value of $1,500405 - 3rd Avenue East, Prince Rupert

    Tel. 250-627-7011 Toll Free 1-800-668-0606 www.rona.ca

    TYEE BUILDING SUPPLIES LTD.

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    Item #s 130, 135, 160, 170, 185, 440, 450, 490, 500, 555, 590, 725, 730, 760, 770, 815

    Total Value of $4,000

    DWAYNE DAVEY DRYWALLDWAYNE DAVEY DRYWALLDWAYNE DAVEY DRYWALLDWAYNE DAVEY DRYWALLDWAYNE DAVEY DRYWALLDWAYNE DAVEY DRYWALL

    250-624-1586 Cell 250-624-9793 Of ceCall today for your FREE ESTIMATE

    8 - $200 Credits Towards Drywall & Renovations

    8 - $300 Credits Towards Drywall & Renovations

    IN THE RUPERT SQUARE MALL 250-624-2215 PRINCE RUPERT, B.C.

    www.travelplus.ca/1570

    Picture yourself here...$1000 Gift Certificate to

    Watch For Me Item #245

    Value of $1,000905 Nisgaa Society

    Full Day Nisgaa Hall Rental $62000

    906 Grassy Bay Services Petro Canada G/C $2500

    907 Prince Rupert Grain Ltd G/C Farwest Sport & Cycle $5000

    908 Eby & Sons Group G/C for Rona $10000

    909 Johal & Associates, CGA G/C for Accounting Services $15000

    910 Sullivan Mechanical Ltd 4 hour Plumbing, Heating Service/Maintenance $34000

    911 Good Times Games & Electronics Kaijudo Gift Bag $5000

    912 Prince Rupert Racquets Centre 10 Game Squash Pass $7000

    913 FH Pyde Inc G/C to Udder Bags $10000

    914 The Electrician G/C to Java Dot Cup $10000

    915 Capps Marine Education Navigation Safety Course - 061 $45500

    10:30 PM916 City Of Prince Rupert

    Set of City of Prince Rupert Spoons $4000

    917 Northwest Fuels Limited 1 Case of 1 Litre SUP 10W30 $5500

    918 Carlyle Shepherd & Co Overwaitea G/C $10000

    919 Third Avenue Home - Vince Amante Jackson Grill Versa 75 BBQ Grill$30000

    920 Port City Ford Sales Shop local Gift Basket $57500

    921 Occasions to Remember G/C Four Season Flowers $5000

    922 Cowpuccinos Coffee House Coffee Card for Tall Mocha $5500

    923 Siren Staging & Design Council & Staging 1 standard room $7500

    Thank you To all the business and people who donated not only items but time and energy to our fund-raising event. We could not have

    done it without this tremendous show of support. Thank you to all our volunteers that help man the phones, organize donations and keep everything running smoothly during the three day event. Big thank you to all the bidders.

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    101 Bank of Montreal The Golfers Dozen $3995

    102 Pacific Stevedoring & Contracting Co G/C for Slickers Raingear Wearhouse $5000

    103 Storeys Excavating Home Hardware G/C $5000

    104 Bandstra Transportation Systems City Furniture G/C $ 5000

    105 The Electrician G/C to Stiles Place Seafood & Grill $10000

    106 Eddies News Stand & Novelties Ltd G/C to Eddies News $2500

    107 East Wind Emporium 10 DVD Movie Rentals $3000

    108 Opa Japanese Sushi Bar Opa Sushi G/C $5000

    109 Tonja S Horne Inc G/C to Fresh Onion $5000

    110 Aero Trading Two 5lb pkg frozen Halibut Fillets $16000

    111 Sears Canada Inc 7 piece Craftsman wrench set $4000

    112 Gateway Dental Clinic G/C - Overwaitea Foods $5000

    113 City Of Prince Rupert Large Vest City of Prince Rupert Logo $6500

    114 Alan K Hooper Inc G/C Towards Services $15000

    115 Harris & Wick Goldsmiths Framed Art piece Calla Lily $19500

    116 Muskeg Press Itamae: My Life in front of the cutting board $2849

    117 Rupert Cleaners & Laundry Ltd Dry cleaning G/C$5000

    118 Galaxy Gardens Restaurant G/C to Galaxy Gardens $6000

    119 H & J Construction Ltd G/C to Home Hardware $10000

    120 Bytown Diesel Sales Ltd Coleman 150 quart Cooler $19000

    121 Grassy Bay Services Petro Canada G/C $2500

    122 Eidsvik & Associates G/C for Beaver Rub Spices $2500

    123 Breakers Pub Limited Breakers Pub G/C $5000

    124 City Furniture & Appliances City Furniture Gift Voucher $10000

    125 The Northern View 1/4 page ad in The Northern View $27391

    126 Rainbow Driving School G/C for Rainbow Driving School $4000

    127 Marks Work Wearhouse Ltd Fleece Throw blanket $4500

    128 Anchor Inn Ltd G/C to Sears $5000

    129 Coast Industrial Construction Safeway G/C $10000

    130 Dwayne Davey Drywall Credit towards Drywall & Renovations $20000

    7:00 - 7:30 PM131 Prince Rupert Cinemas Famous Players

    Single Movie Pass & Regular Popcorn $1425

    132 Saanich Plumbing & Heating Ltd Gift certificate $5000

    133 Prince Rupert Grain Ltd G/C Opa Japanese Sushi Bar $5000

    134 City Furniture & Appliances City Furniture Gift Voucher $10000

    135 Dwayne Davey Drywall Credit towards Drywall & Renovations $30000

    136 La Gondola Restaurant Gift Certificate $2500

    137 Prince Rupert Port Authority Canadas Pacific Gateways Realizing the Vision $3995

    138 3rd Avenue Car Wash 20 car wash tokens $4000

    139 Silversides, Merrick & McLean Safeway Gift certificate $10000

    140 TD Canada Trust Carters Jewellers - Pearl Necklace $29400

    141 General Paint Ltd 1 gallon Kitchen & Bath paint$4999

    142 Prince Rupert Grain Ltd G/C Rodhos Restaurant $5000

    143 Overwaitea Food Group LP Gift Certificate $5000

    144 Certified Welding & Machining Case of Gold Seal Sockeye Salmon $12500

    145 Pacific Northwest LNG Gift Hamper from Homework $25000

    $195 - Portable Wet/Dry Shop Vac$225 - 300 pcs Drill Bit, Drivers & Accessories

    $255 - 155 pcs Mechanic Tool Set

    Watch For Me Item #s 155, 455, 775Value of $675

    155 George Hills Way, Prince Rupert 624-9195

    6 - $150 Gift Certi cates Toward ServiceAlan K Hooper Inc

    225 3rd St,Prince Rupert BC, Items #s 114, 229, 549, 614, 719 & 804Total Donated Value of $900

    AdamsDivingAndMarineServices Ltd. Phone: (250) 624-3088 Toll Free: 1-866-633-3088 E-mail: o ce@adamsdiving.com

    Makita 18V Compact Impact Drill Kit

    Watch For Me Item # 890Value of $553.00

    Item #s 515, 835Total Value of $900

    2 - $450 Gift Certi cates for product or servicesAdventure PavingA DIVISION OF YCS HOLDINGS LTD.

    161 Mishaw Road, Prince Rupert 250-624-5814

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    146 Smiles Seafood Cafe (1988) Ltd Smiles Seafood Cafe G/C $5000

    147 The Gym & Gift Shop One month pass $6668

    148 Slickers Raingear Warehouse Hi-Tec Waterproof Mens Shell Jacket XL $7000

    149 Mackenzie BrandSource Simmons Mattress - G/C $10000

    150 Color Fresh Painting 1 day (8 hrs) indoor painting $30000

    151 Mamas Restaurant & Steakhouse G/C to Mamas Restaurant $2000

    152 Prince Rupert Fire Museum Society Fire Fighters T-Shirt $3000

    153 Prince Rupert Port Authority Canadas Pacific Gateways Realizing the Vision $3995

    154 Doug Kydd, (Advisor) G/C for Farwest Sports$10000

    155 Acklands Grainger Portable Wet/Dry shop vac $19500

    156 Good Times Games & Electronics 10 Hour Time Card $4000

    157 Overwaitea Food Group LP Gift Certificate $5000

    158 My Mountain Co op Adult Full Day Lift Voucher $5000

    159 Wainwright Marine Services Certificate for Rupert Disposal $10000

    160 Dwayne Davey Drywall Credit towards Drywall and Renovations $20000

    161 Prince Rupert Grain Ltd G/C for Cow Bay Cafe $5000

    162 West Fraser Concrete 1 pick up truck load of gravel $6000

    163 Eco Management 3 Mon Residential Recycling Pick Up $6720

    164 Dance Basic Dance Travel Garment Bag $10000

    165 Aero Trading Two 5lb pkg frozen Halibut Fillets $16000

    7:30- 8:00 PM166 Central Barbers

    Mans Hairstyle $1600

    167 Peter Haugan One pound box of Prawn Tails in Seawater $2000

    168 Smithers Golf & Country Club 2 x 18-Hole Rounds of Golf $8400

    169 SpeeDee Your Office Experts Ltd 1 Kodak Camera $10500

    170 Dwayne Davey Drywall Credit towards Drywall and Renovations $30000

    171 Henrys B-Y Market Video Rental Voucher $1500

    172 Good Times Games & Electronics Pokemon Gift Bag $4000

    173 Johnnys Machine Shop Ltd G/C to Breakers Pub $4000

    174 Northwest Fuels Limited Northwest Fuels G/C $10000

    175 Empire Grain Stevedoring Ltd G/C to Crest Hotel $20000

    176 For The Love of Dog Pet Care G/C for grooming services $4000

    177 Saanich Plumbing & Heating Ltd Gift Certificate $5000

    178 Rainbow Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ltd Rainbow Chrysler Dodge Jeep G/C $5000

    179 McElhanney Consulting Service Ltd Safeway G/C $10000

    180 Prince Rupert Curling Club Entry fee for Tyee Mixed Bonspiel $20000

    181 Prince Rupert Grain Ltd G/C Farwest Sport & Cycle $5000

    182 Pioneer Hostel Pioneer Backpackers Inn G/C $7500

    183 R & R Rewinding Ltd G/C for R & R Rewinding $9000

    184 Yellowhead Auto Repair Wheel Alignment $10000

    185 Dwayne Davey Drywall Credit towards Drywall & Renovations $20000

    186 Franks Studio Hair Design G/C for Hair Styling $2500

    187 Rainforest Books G/C Rainforest Books $3000

    188 Archibald, Clarke & Defieux Insurance Home Hardware G/C $7500

    189 Entire Automotive Services Ltd G/C to MacKenzie BrandSource $10000

    190 Kaien Island Optometry G/C to Kaien Island Optometry $25000

    191 All West Glass Prince Rupert Ltd Voucher for Rock Chip Repair $3000

    192 Prince Rupert Golf Club 1 - 18 - hole round of golf for 1 person $4500

    193 Grassy Bay Services Petro Canada G/C $5000

    194 Lester Centre of the Arts G/C to Lester Centre of Arts $10000

    195 Aero Trading Two 5lb pkg frozen Halibut Fillets $16000

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    247 First Ave East, Prince Rupert, B.C. V8J 1A7Phone: 250-624-5158 Fax: 250-624-5668

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    Watch For Me Item #260Value of $750

    Item #s 129, 209, 419, 594, 859Total Value of $500.00

    5 - $100 Gift Cards To Safeway

    $500 towards promotional advertising

    WATCH FOR ME Item #s 525Value of $500

    $300 - 3 Months Fee Walk-Talk-Surf Bundle$400 - Motorola DCX3510 Digital Cable Box

    248-3rd Avenue West, Prince Rupert, B.C 250-624-2111 www.citywest.ca

    Watch For Me Item #s 215, 575Total Value of $700.00

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    196 Ferguson Funeral Home Ltd G/C to Coastal Nail Studio $5000

    197 Saanich Plumbing & Heating Ltd Gift Certificate $5000

    198 Moe Hays Golf Shop 1 Hour Golf Lesson with Moe Hays $6000

    199 Nickerson, GW Co Ltd G/C for the Crest $10000

    200 Third Avenue Home - Vince Amante Jackson Grill Patio Fire $30000

    8:00 - 8:30 PM201 Prince Rupert Cinemas Famous Players

    Single Movie Pass & Regular Popcorn $1425

    202 All West Glass Prince Rupert Ltd Voucher for Rock Chip Repair $3000

    203 Charles Hays Secondary School 4 Tickets to the play Disneys Beauty & the Beast $6000

    204 All Native Basketball Tournament 1 Season Pass to All Native Tournament $15000

    205 Western Canada Marine Response Corp Orion Signal Kit $18000

    206 TD Canada Trust Swank - Mens Stainless Steel Tie Clip $3500

    207 Prince Rupert Port Authority Canadas Pacific Gateways Realizing the Vision $3995

    208 Canada Safeway Limited (No78) Safeway G/C $5000

    209 Coast Industrial Construction Safeway G/C $10000

    210 Alora Griffin Architect 1 Hour Architectural Consultation $20000

    211 Northern Savings Insurance G/C to Cow Bay Gifts $5000

    212 Realty Executives Prince Rupert Deluxe Golf Umbrella Realty Execs $5000

    213 Mackenzie BrandSource Gift Certificate $5000

    214 Ridley Terminals Inc G/C to Serenity Esthetics $10000

    215 CityWest Cable & Telephone Corp 3 months free Walk-Talk-Surf bundle $30000

    216 Peter Haugan One pound box of Prawn Tails in Seawater $2000

    217 Kevin Newton G/C Highliner Restaurant $6000

    218 Franks Auto Repair (1996) Ltd Oil & Filter Change $7000

    219 Cabinets & Home Finishing Overwaitea G/C $10000

    220 Sullivan Mechanical Ltd 4 hour Plumbing, Heating Service/Maintenance $34000

    221 Harbour Theatre Society 4 Pack for Udderfest 2014 $2500

    222 TheaAnns Greek Palace Restaurant Gift Certificate $2500

    223 Midway Grocery & Confectionery G/C- Fall & Winter Special $4000

    224 Doug Kydd, (Advisor) G/C for Inland Air $10000

    225 Inn On The Harbour 2 nights at the Hudsons Bay Lodge $36500

    226 Ultra-Pure One punch card for 20 fills $4599

    227 Ravens Professional Piercing G/C towards products or service $5000

    228 Bandstra Transportation Systems City Furniture G/C $5000

    229 Alan K Hooper Inc G/C Towards Services $15000

    230 Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce Safety Deposit Box 10 x 10 3/8 x 24 $35000

    231 Dick Bury Hair Design One Ladies Haircut $3800

    232 Skeena Taxi Ltd Safeway G/C $5000

    233 The Bargain Shop Gift Certificate $5000

    234 Mackenzie BrandSource Ashley dual sided queen pillow $10949

    235 Nisgaa Society Full Day Nisgaa Hall Rental $62000

    8:30 - 9:00 PM236 Dollys Fish Market

    G/C for Dollys$2500

    237 Zorbas Taverna 1990 Ltd G/C for Zorbas $2500

    238 Northern Savings Insurance G/C to Cow Bay Cafe $5000

    239 Carlyle Shepherd & Co Overwaitea G/C $10000

    240 Acadia Northwest Mechanical Inc #40 electric water heater $45446

    241 Rotary Club of Prince Rupert Prince Rupert History Book $4000

    242 Bandstra Transportation Systems City Furniture G/C $5000

    243 Moore Customs Brokers 3 ticket Flex Pass--PR Concert Society $6000

    Phone 624-3253

    HARBOUR MACHINING, WELDING

    & FABRICATING

    2 - $475 Grizzly Bear Tour For Two Watch For Me

    Item #s 540, 845Total Value of $950

    Item #s 150, 810Total Value of $600

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    3 - $100 Gift Cards$239.00 - 1 Night Stay in the Treat Suite

    C L O S E D

    The Waterfront Restaurant & Charleys Lounge will re-open on Sunday October 3rd at 5:30pm.

    The Waterfront Restaurant & Charleys Loungewill be closed on Sunday October 3r d, 2010

    from 10:30am - 5:30pm

    Were taking our Crest Family on a cruise on the Inside Passage with Doug & Debbie Davis

    of Adventure Tours to celebrate our 49th Anniversary and to thank our team for a

    fantastic summer season!

    222 West First Avenue, Prince Rupert, BC V8J 1A8tel 250.624.6771 fax 250.627.7666

    info@cresthotel.bc.ca www.cresthotel.bc.ca

    WATCH FOR MEItem #s 284, 454, 529, 785

    Total Value of $539

    250-624-2617 E-mail: doug@dougkydd.com# 26 342 3rd Ave. West, Prince Rupert

    Insurance/Financial Advisor

    Doug Kydd 1 - $100 Gift Certificate at Farwest Sports1 - $100 Gift Certificate at Inland Air

    1 - $100 Gift Certificate at Maverick Foods

    1 - $100 Gift Certificate for Shutter Shack

    1 - $100 Gift Certificate for Sea Sport

    WATCH FOR MEItem #s 154, 224, 420, 579, 729

    Value of $500

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    244 Tri-City Refrigeration Inc Overwaitea Foods G/C $10000

    245 Travel Plus Quadra Travel G/C to Quadra Travel $1,00000

    246 Naomis Two Free Lunch Cards $3000

    247 Royal LePage Prince Rupert 50 Airmiles from Quadra Travel $5000

    248 Tonja S Horne Inc G/C to Cow Bay Cafe $5000

    249 Cash Tax Services Case of Gold Seal Sockeye Salmon $12500

    250 Port City Ford Sales Shop local Gift Basket $75000

    9:00 - 9:30 PM251 Perfect 10 Nails

    G/C for services $2500

    252 All West Glass Prince Rupert Ltd Voucher for Rock Chip Repair $3000

    253 My Mountain Co op Adult Full Day Lift Voucher $5000

    254 Ocean View Hotel 1 Night in the Treat Suite $10710

    255 Capps Marine Education Marine Emerg Duties A-2 Course $60000

    256 Bandstra Transportation Systems City Furniture G/C $5000

    257 Cow Bay Cafe Ltd Gift Certificate $5000

    258 Stiles Place Seafood & Grill G/C to Stiles Place $6000

    259 Northern Savings Credit Union Harvest Term Deposit $10000

    260 Broadwater Industries Ltd 2 day rental of 60 Foot Genie Lift $75000

    261 Prince Rupert Cinemas Famous Players Single Movie Pass & Regular Popcorn $1425

    262 Northwest Community College Fine Dining G/C at NWCC $5000

    263 Third Avenue Home - Vince Amante Tanning Package $5500

    264 Dr Bill Redman G/C for Moe Hays Golf Shop $10000

    265 Farwest Sport & Cycle Rossignol S1 Squindo Wide Body 148cm $35000

    266 Your Dollar Store With More Slow Cooker $2800

    267 All West Glass Prince Rupert Ltd Voucher for Rock Chip Repair $3000

    268 Prince Rupert Port Authority Canadas Pacific Gateways Realizing the Vision $3995

    269 Joes Autobody Repair G/C - Safeway $10000

    270 Trade Wind Home Contracting Installation of any type of flooring $40000

    9:30 - 10:00 PM271 Ferguson Funeral Home Ltd

    G/C to Cooks Jewelers $5000

    272 Prince Rupert Grain Ltd G/C Farwest Sport & Cycle $5000

    273 Breakers Pub Limited Breakers Pub G/C $5000

    274 Johal & Associates, CGA G/C for Accounting Services $15000

    275 Capps Marine Education Marine Emerg Duties A-3 Course $33500

    276 Mont-Leon Masonry Construction Ltd G/C to the Crest $5000

    277 Cow Bay Gift Galley Gift Certificate $6000

    278 Skeena Driving School 1 hour driving lesson $7000

    279 Pacific Coast Veterinary Hospital Ltd G/C for Services $12000

    280 eRupertca 500,000 Ad Impressions /500,000 page Views $1,00000

    281 Old Dutch Foods Ltd Overwaitea G/C $2500

    282 Kristoff Design Studio Wood Pen made from used hockey stick $3000

    283 Skeena Mobile Audio Lab G/C to Overwaitea Foods $3000

    284 Crest Hotel Ltd $100 G/C - Crest $10000

    285 Coast Inn of the North Night for 2 in a jacuzzi suite w/ Breakfast $29900

    286 Kaien Road Centre G/C to Overwaitea$5000

    287 Bandstra Transportation Systems City Furniture G/C $5000

    288 Grays Log Services G/C to the Liquor Warehouse $5000

    289 Kal Tire Passenger/Light Truck Tire Change Over and Balance $10000

    290 Tyee Building Supplies 4 piece Hitachi 18V Cordless Combo Kit $90000

    10:00 - 10:30 PM291 Totem Lodge

    Overwaitea G/C $5000

    292 Prince Rupert Rowing & Yachting Club PRYC Fleece Hoody Large Navy $6000

    293 North Pacific Cannery 2014 Family Membership $6000

    294 2nd Avenue Medical Clinic Crest Hotel G/C $10000

    295 MacCarthy GM Complete Auto Professional Detailing $39900

    296 Prince Rupert Cinemas Famous Players Single Movie Pass & Regular Popcorn $1425

    297 Rodhos Pizza Ltd G/C to Rodhos Pizza $2500

    298 Kelly Sawchuk 10lb Lead Downrigger Ball $3000

    299 Rupert Disposal Ltd G/C towards Roll Off Services $10000

    300 Hecate Strait Employment Development Basic Security Course $58000

    301 For The Love of Dog Pet Care G/C for grooming services $4000

    302 Bandstra Transportation Systems City Furniture G/C $5000

    303 My Mountain Co op Adult Full Day Lift Voucher $5000

    304 The Electrician G/C to Cow Bay Cafe $10000

    305 Dance Academy of Prince Rupert 1 Adult Dance Pass $30870

    306 The Argosy G/C to The Argosy $5000

    307 Prince Rupert Grain Ltd G/C Opa Japanese Sushi Bar $5000

    308 Home Work Red Nek Gift Set $6000

    309 Jimmy the Janitors Cleaning Services Carpet Cleaning Voucher $10000

    $580 - Basic Security Course2 - $132 First Aid Kit

    Watch For Me Item #s 300, 584, 809 Value of $844

    208 1st Ave East, Prince Rupert250-624-9498 1-800-808-3988

    www.hseds.ca

    15 Minute Helijet Tour for 5 people & a bag of swag

    Watch For Me Item # 875Value of $500

    Item #s 225, 580Total Value of $730

    2 - Two Night Stay at the Hudsons Bay Lodge in Smithers2 - Two Night Stay at the Hudsons Bay Lodge in Smithers2 - Two Night Stay at the Hudsons Bay Lodge in Smithers2 - Two Night Stay at the Hudsons Bay Lodge in Smithers2 - Two Night Stay at the Hudsons Bay Lodge in Smithers2 - Two Night Stay at the Hudsons Bay Lodge in Smithers2 - Two Night Stay at the Hudsons Bay Lodge in Smithers2 - Two Night Stay at the Hudsons Bay Lodge in Smithers2 - Two Night Stay at the Hudsons Bay Lodge in Smithers2 - Two Night Stay at the Hudsons Bay Lodge in Smithers2 - Two Night Stay at the Hudsons Bay Lodge in Smithers2 - Two Night Stay at the Hudsons Bay Lodge in Smithers2 - Two Night Stay at the Hudsons Bay Lodge in Smithers2 - Two Night Stay at the Hudsons Bay Lodge in Smithers2 - Two Night Stay at the Hudsons Bay Lodge in Smithers2 - Two Night Stay at the Hudsons Bay Lodge in Smithers2 - Two Night Stay at the Hudsons Bay Lodge in Smithers2 - Two Night Stay at the Hudsons Bay Lodge in Smithers2 - Two Night Stay at the Hudsons Bay Lodge in Smithers2 - Two Night Stay at the Hudsons Bay Lodge in Smithers2 - Two Night Stay at the Hudsons Bay Lodge in Smithers2 - Two Night Stay at the Hudsons Bay Lodge in Smithers2 - Two Night Stay at the Hudsons Bay Lodge in Smithers2 - Two Night Stay at the Hudsons Bay Lodge in Smithers2 - Two Night Stay at the Hudsons Bay Lodge in Smithers2 - Two Night Stay at the Hudsons Bay Lodge in Smithers2 - Two Night Stay at the Hudsons Bay Lodge in Smithers2 - Two Night Stay at the Hudsons Bay Lodge in Smithers2 - Two Night Stay at the Hudsons Bay Lodge in Smithers2 - Two Night Stay at the Hudsons Bay Lodge in Smithers2 - Two Night Stay at the Hudsons Bay Lodge in Smithers2 - Two Night Stay at the Hudsons Bay Lodge in Smithers2 - Two Night Stay at the Hudsons Bay Lodge in Smithers2 - Two Night Stay at the Hudsons Bay Lodge in Smithers2 - Two Night Stay at the Hudsons Bay Lodge in Smithers2 - Two Night Stay at the Hudsons Bay Lodge in Smithers2 - Two Night Stay at the Hudsons Bay Lodge in Smithers2 - Two Night Stay at the Hudsons Bay Lodge in Smithers2 - Two Night Stay at the Hudsons Bay Lodge in Smithers2 - Two Night Stay at the Hudsons Bay Lodge in Smithers2 - Two Night Stay at the Hudsons Bay Lodge in Smithers2 - Two Night Stay at the Hudsons Bay Lodge in Smithers2 - Two Night Stay at the Hudsons Bay Lodge in Smithers2 - Two Night Stay at the Hudsons Bay Lodge in Smithers2 - Two Night Stay at the Hudsons Bay Lodge in Smithers2 - Two Night Stay at the Hudsons Bay Lodge in Smithers2 - Two Night Stay at the Hudsons Bay Lodge in Smithers2 - Two Night Stay at the Hudsons Bay Lodge in Smithers2 - Two Night Stay at the Hudsons Bay Lodge in Smithers2 - Two Night Stay at the Hudsons Bay Lodge in Smithers2 - Two Night Stay at the Hudsons Bay Lodge in Smithers2 - Two Night Stay at the Hudsons Bay Lodge in Smithers2 - Two Night Stay at the Hudsons Bay Lodge in Smithers2 - Two Night Stay at the Hudsons Bay Lodge in Smithers2 - Two Night Stay at the Hudsons Bay Lodge in Smithers2 - Two Night Stay at the Hudsons Bay Lodge in Smithers2 - Two Night Stay at the Hudsons Bay Lodge in Smithers2 - Two Night Stay at the Hudsons Bay Lodge in Smithers2 - Two Night Stay at the Hudsons Bay Lodge in Smithers2 - Two Night Stay at the Hudsons Bay Lodge in Smithers2 - Two Night Stay at the Hudsons Bay Lodge in Smithers2 - Two Night Stay at the Hudsons Bay Lodge in Smithers2 - Two Night Stay at the Hudsons Bay Lodge in Smithers2 - Two Night Stay at the Hudsons Bay Lodge in Smithers2 - Two Night Stay at the Hudsons Bay Lodge in Smithers2 - Two Night Stay at the Hudsons Bay Lodge in Smithers2 - Two Night Stay at the Hudsons Bay Lodge in Smithers2 - Two Night Stay at the Hudsons Bay Lodge in Smithers2 - Two Night Stay at the Hudsons Bay Lodge in Smithers2 - Two Night Stay at the Hudsons Bay Lodge in Smithers2 - Two Night Stay at the Hudsons Bay Lodge in Smithers2 - Two Night Stay at the Hudsons Bay Lodge in Smithers2 - Two Night Stay at the Hudsons Bay Lodge in Smithers2 - Two Night Stay at the Hudsons Bay Lodge in Smithers2 - Two Night Stay at the Hudsons Bay Lodge in Smithers2 - Two Night Stay at the Hudsons Bay Lodge in Smithers2 - Two Night Stay at the Hudsons Bay Lodge in Smithers2 - Two Night Stay at the Hudsons Bay Lodge in Smithers

    250-624-9107720 1st Ave West Prince Rupert, BC

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    310 Advantage Print & Design Office Package $35000

    311 Harbour Theatre Society 4 Pack for Udderfest 2014 $2500

    312 Mr Natural Mr Natural G/C $3000

    313 Fashion Tailoring 1 Pair of Pants up to $7000 $7000

    314 Coastal Propane Inc Crab cooker $10000

    315 Maher Terminals of Canada Russell Mather Print Inner Strength $47500

    316 Eidsvik & Associates G/C to Fairview Cafe $2500

    317 Stardust Restaurant Stardust Cafe G/C $4000

    318 Mackenzie BrandSource Ashley Furniture Black Ottoman $4900

    319 Prince Rupert Grain Ltd G/C Cow Bay Cafe $5000

    320 Data Boys Digital Communications Marine hand held VHF 2 way radio $15000

    321 Muskeg Press Itamae: My Life in front of the cutting board $2849

    322 Smiles Seafood Cafe (1988) Ltd Smiles Seafood Cafe G/C $5000

    323 Rupert Mobile Repairs Oil Change $5000

    324 Rupert Cleaners & Laundry Ltd 10 water tokens for delivery $6000

    325 Dr Philip Nel Inc Overwaitea G/C $10000

    326 Prince Rupert Rowing & Yachting Club PRYC T-Shirt white XXL $2500

    327 Uncle Bucks Restaurant Ltd Gift Certificate $2500

    328 Canada Safeway Limited (No78) Safeway G/C $5000

    329 City Furniture & Appliances City Furniture Gift Voucher $10000

    330 Eby & Sons Group G/C for Rona $10000

    10:30 PM331 Bandstra Transportation Systems

    City Furniture G/C $5000

    332 Canadian Fishing Company Case of Gold Seal Solid White Tuna $5500

    333 Cowpuccinos Coffee House Coffee card for Tall Cowpuccinos $5500

    334 North Coast Convention and Meeting Centre G/C Fine Dining for 2 at Lush $10000

    335 Napa Auto Parts 126 piece Tool Set SAE/Metric $23695

    tuesday november 196:30 - 7:00 PM401 Skeena Mobile Audio Lab

    G/C to Overwaitea Foods $3000

    402 For The Love of Dog Pet Care G/C for grooming services $4000

    403 Bandstra Transportation Systems City Furniture G/C $5000

    404 Ocean Pearl Promotions & Event Planning $100 off a Candy Buffet at your next function $10000

    405 Ridley Terminals Inc G/C to Stiles Place $10000

    406 Royal LePage Prince Rupert G/C to Rona $5000

    407 Overwaitea Food Group LP Gift Certificate $5000

    408 Sea Horse Trading Company Pizza Card $5000

    409 Carlyle Shepherd & Co Overwaitea G/C $10000

    410 City Furniture & Appliances City Furniture Gift Voucher $10000

    411 Dollys Fish Market G/C for Dollys $2500

    412 Aqua Clear Bottling 10 Refill Tokens for 189L Purified Bottled Water $7000

    WATCH FOR ME Item #s 110, 165, 195, 430, 460, 485, 705, 715, 765, 820

    Total Donated Value of $1,600

    5lb Packages of Frozen Halibut FilletsAERO

    TRADING CO. LTD1080 Skeena Drive, Port Edward

    628-3227

    Item #s 190, 464, 745Total Value of $750

    3 - $250 Gift Certi cates3 - $250 Gift Certi cates3 - $250 Gift Certi cates3 - $250 Gift Certi cates3 - $250 Gift Certi cates3 - $250 Gift Certi cates3 - $250 Gift Certi cates3 - $250 Gift Certi cates3 - $250 Gift Certi cates3 - $250 Gift Certi cates3 - $250 Gift Certi cates3 - $250 Gift Certi cates3 - $250 Gift Certi cates3 - $250 Gift Certi cates3 - $250 Gift Certi cates3 - $250 Gift Certi cates3 - $250 Gift Certi cates3 - $250 Gift Certi cates3 - $250 Gift Certi cates3 - $250 Gift Certi cates3 - $250 Gift Certi cates3 - $250 Gift Certi cates3 - $250 Gift Certi cates3 - $250 Gift Certi cates3 - $250 Gift Certi cates3 - $250 Gift Certi cates3 - $250 Gift Certi cates3 - $250 Gift Certi cates3 - $250 Gift Certi cates3 - $250 Gift Certi cates3 - $250 Gift Certi cates3 - $250 Gift Certi cates3 - $250 Gift Certi cates3 - $250 Gift Certi cates3 - $250 Gift Certi cates3 - $250 Gift Certi catesKaien Island Optometry 327 W 3rd Ave,

    PRINCE RUPERT, BC V8J 1L3250-627-1318

    Capps Marine EducationProviding effective instruction for marine navigation

    $600 Marine Emergency Duties A-2 Course$335 Marine Emergency Duties A-3 Course

    $455 Chartwork - 040 Course$425 Radio Op Pro ciency Maritime Commercial (ROCMC)

    $585 Small Vessel Op Pro ciency Course$455 Navigation Safety Course - 061

    Item #s 255, 275, 530, 535, 895, 915Total Value of $2855

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    413 The Argosy Leaded Crystal Decanter $7500

    414 Johal & Associates, CGA G/C for Accounting Services $15000

    415 Sears Canada Inc 97 piece Craftsman tool set $15000

    416 Franks Studio Hair Design G/C for Hair Styling $2500

    417 Muskeg Press Itamae: My Life in front of the cutting board $2849

    418 Bandstra Transportation Systems City Furniture G/C $5000

    419 Coast Industrial Construction Safeway G/C $10000

    420 Doug Kydd, (Advisor) G/C for Maverick Foods $10000

    421 Maverick Foods Gift Certificate $5000

    422 Breakers Pub Limited Breakers Pub G/C $5000

    423 Realty Executives Prince Rupert Deluxe Golf Umbrella Realty Execs $5000

    424 Nickerson, GW Co Ltd G/C for Seasport Outboard Marina $10000

    425 Moby Dick Inn 1 Night Stay for 2 $15000

    426 Johnnys Machine Shop Ltd G/C to Dollys Fish Market $4000

    427 Third Avenue Home - Vince Amante Tanning Package $5500

    428 RMS Cruise Services 3 ticket Flex Pass-PR Concert Society $6000

    429 City Furniture & Appliances City Furniture Gift Voucher $10000

    430 Aero Trading Two 5lb pkg frozen Halibut Fillets $16000

    431 Prince Rupert Cinemas Famous Players Single Movie Pass & Regular Popcorn $1425

    432 Harbour Theatre Society 4 Pack for Udderfest 2014 $2500

    433 Rupert Mobile Repairs Oil Change $5000

    434 Tim Hortons Tim Hortons Coffee Maker $15000

    435 Nedco Electrical Distributors VETO Tech LC Service Tool Bag $20600

    7:00 - 7:30 PM436 Lonnie Wishart

    Marble Handmade Coasters set of 4 $4000

    437 Eidsvik & Associates G/C to La Gondola Cafe $5000

    438 Chubb Edwards Security Systems 3 Months Monitoring $7500

    439 Antilla Ventures Ltd Sea Sport Outboard Marina G/C $10000

    440 Dwayne Davey Drywall Credit towards Drywall and Renovations $20000

    441 Prince Rupert Port Authority Canadas Pacific Gateways Realizing the Vision $3995

    442 Saanich Plumbing & Heating Ltd Gift Certificate $5000

    443 Charles Hays Secondary School 4 Tickets to the play Disneys Beauty & the Beast $6000

    444 Pacific Coast Veterinary Hospital Ltd G/C for Services $12000

    445 Highliner Plaza Hotel & Conference Centre Queen room for 2 nights for 2 people $24000

    446 Midway Grocery & Confectionery G/C- Fall & Winter Special $4000

    447 Prince Rupert Grain Ltd G/C Opa Japanese Sushi Bar $5000

    448 Smithers Golf & Country Club 2 x 18-Hole Rounds of Golf $8400

    449 Eby & Sons Group G/C for Rona $10000

    450 Dwayne Davey Drywall Credit towards Drywall and Renovations $20000

    451 Van Houtte Coffee Services Inc 1 Box of Coffee for Keurig Coffee Machine 1828

    452 Saanich Plumbing & Heating Ltd Gift Certificate $5000

    453 Leannes Pet Shop 10 litre Aquarium Tank Starter Kit $7000

    454 Crest Hotel Ltd G/C - Crest $10000

    Item # 865Total Value of $700

    $700 - All-in-one computer

    www.kpessentials.com/

    Phone: 250-624-3073Fax: 250-624-5083

    essentials@citytel.net

    Unit # 4 1100 Park AvenuePrince Rupert, B.C. V8J 1K1

    Kaien Of ce Essentials Ltd.

    WATCH FOR MEItem #s 104, 228, 242, 256, 287, 302, 331, 403, 418, 463, 478, 511, 538, 608,

    702, 718, 731, 743, 777, 842

    Total Value of $1,000

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    Item #s 124, 134, 329, 410, 429, 509, 704, 709, 784, 904

    Total Value of $1,000

    10 - $100 City Furniture Gi Vouchers

    Toll Free 1-866-624-5060700 3rd Ave West

    Prince Rupert, BC V8J 1M4

    250-624-5060

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    455 Acklands Grainger 300 piece drill bit, drivers & accessary kit $22500

    456 Mamas Restaurant & Steakhouse G/C to Mamas Restaurant $2000

    457 Mackenzie BrandSource Ashley Furniture Black Ottoman $4900

    458 TD Canada Trust Swank - Mens Stainless Steel Cufflinks $7595

    459 The Electrician G/C to Cow Bay Cafe $10000

    460 Aero Trading Two 5lb pkg frozen Halibut Fillets $16000

    461 Your Dollar Store With More Fleece Wolf Image Blanket $1600

    462 The Bargain Shop Gift Certificate $5000

    463 Bandstra Transportation Systems $50 City Furniture G/C $5000

    464 Wallys Trucking Overwaitea Foods G/C $10000

    465 Kaien Island Optometry G/C to Kaien Island Optometry $25000

    466 Central Barbers Mans Hairstyle $1600

    467 Fairview Restaurant Voucher for Dinner for 4 $4650

    468 Tonja S Horne Inc G/C to Fresh Onion $5000

    469 Ridley Terminals Inc G/C to Argosy $10000

    470 Prince Rupert Port Authority Building Canadas Pacific Gateway Framed Print $25000

    7:30 - 8:00 PM471 Eddies News Stand & Novelties Ltd

    G/C to Eddies News $2500

    472 Prince Rupert Golf Club 1 - 18 - hole round of golf for 1 person $4500

    473 Storeys Excavating Home Hardware G/C $5000

    474 Mackenzie BrandSource Simmons Mattress - G/C $10000

    475 Gramas Inn 2 Night Stay at Gramas Inn $22000

    476 Kelly Sawchuk Assort small lead weights on a necklace $3000

    477 Smiles Seafood Cafe (1988) Ltd Smiles Seafood Cafe G/C $5000

    478 Bandstra Transportation Systems City Furniture G/C $5000

    479 Grassy Bay Services Petro Canada G/C $10000

    480 J & J Construction Makita 1/4 Cordless Impact Driver $28999

    481 Pacific Inn $50 Overwaitea G/C $5000

    482 General Paint Ltd 1 gallon breeze latex eggshell paint $5299

    483 Western Canada Marine Response Corp 5lb Fire Extinguisher $9700

    484 Pacific Net & Twine Ltd Gift Certificate $10000

    485 Aero Trading Two 5lb pkg frozen Halibut Fillets $16000

    486 Prince Rupert Cinemas Famous Players Single Movie Pass & Regular Popcorn $1425

    487 All West Glass Prince Rupert Ltd Voucher for Rock Chip Repair $3000

    488 Finex PM Security Ltd 1 Bottle of The Arran Malt $7000

    489 Spectrum City Dance Yoga Gift Basket (Yoga Supplies) $10000

    490 Dwayne Davey Drywall Credit towards Drywall & Renovations $20000

    491 All West Glass Prince Rupert Ltd Voucher for Rock Chip Repair $3000

    492 Rotary Club of Prince Rupert Prince Rupert History Book $4000

    493 Opa Japanese Sushi Bar Opa Sushi G/C $5000

    494 East Wind Emporium Rogers Cell Phone $10000

    495 Pacific Northwest LNG G/C for Homework $25000

    496 My Mountain Co op Adult Full Day Lift Voucher $5000

    497 Saanich Plumbing & Heating Ltd Gift Certificate $5000

    Prince Rupert - 527-3rd - 250-624-5231

    Complimentary 1-888-738-2211Watch For Me Item #860

    Total Value of $1,000

    3 - $100 Harvest Term Deposit1 - $50 Gift Certi cate to

    Cow Bay Gift Galley1 - $50 Gift Certi cate to Cow Bay Cafe

    1 - $100 Gift Certi cate to The Crest Hotel

    1 - $50 Gift Certi cate to Galaxy Gardens1 - $50 Gift Certi cate to Stiles Place

    Watch For Me Item #s 211, 238, 259, 554, 625, 774,

    792, 878Value of $600www.northsave.com

    3 - $620 Full Day Nisgaa Hall Rental

    #301-860 3rd Avenue West, Prince Rupert, BCPhone for bookings: 250 627-1595 Fax 250 627-1575

    Gitmaxmakay Nisgaa PR/PE Society

    Nisga'a Hall

    Watch For Me Item #s 235, 595, 905

    Total Donated Value of $1,860

  • 498 Prince Rupert Rowing & Yachting Club PRYC Mens Stormtech Vest XL $6500

    499 Joes Autobody Repair G/C - Overwaitea $10000

    500 Dwayne Davey Drywall Credit towards Drywall & Renovations $30000

    8:00 - 8:30 PM501 Prince Rupert Port Authority

    Canadas Pacific Gateways Realizing the Vision $3995

    502 Canada Post Corporation Canadas Golden Games Stamp Program $6295

    503 Northwest Fuels Limited 1 Case 4 Litre Outboard Oil $8000

    504 Bytown Diesel Sales Ltd Marine Battery 1000 CA $14999

    505 Sullivan Mechanical Ltd 4 hour Pluming, Heating Service/Maintenance $34000

    506 Peter Haugan One pound box of Prawn Tails in Seawater $2000

    507 TheaAnns Greek Palace Restaurant Gift Certificate $2500

    508 Ravens Professional Piercing G/C towards products or service $5000

    509 City Furniture & Appliances City Furniture $100 Gift Voucher $10000

    510 Cassiar Cannery 2 night stay, Cassiar Cannery Guest House $30000

    511 Bandstra Transportation Systems City Furniture G/C $5000

    512 Ferguson Funeral Home Ltd G/C to Coastal Nail Studio $5000

    513 No 1 Fast Food Centre Small Hot Appy Tray $7500

    514 Marcan Construction Ltd Crest Hotel G/C $15000

    515 Adventure Paving G/C for Products or Services $45000

    516 Grassy Bay Services Petro Canada G/C $2500

    517 Tonja S Horne Inc G/C to Fresh Onion $5000

    518 Moe Hays Golf Shop 1 Hour Golf Lesson with Moe Hays $6000

    519 Mackenzie BrandSource G/C to Entire Automotive $10000

    520 Dr Leslie Roberts, Chiropractor Afternoon on the harbour for 4 in a Sailboat $40000

    521 Uncle Bucks Restaurant Ltd Gift Certificate $2500

    522 3rd Avenue Car Wash 20 car wash tokens $4000

    523 Canada Safeway Limited (No78) Safeway G/C $5000

    524 Deep Spring Charters G/C to Overwaitea Foods $10000

    525 CFNR Promotional Advertising $50000

    526 Royal LePage Prince Rupert G/C to the Crest $5000

    527 Gateway Dental Clinic G/C - Overwaitea Foods $5000

    528 Dance Academy of Prince Rupert 1 Yoga Pass $5670

    529 Crest Hotel Ltd $100 G/C - Crest $10000

    530 Capps Marine Education Chartwork - 040 Course $45500

    8:30 - 9:00 PM531 Friend of Rotary

    Hand Knit Scarf $2000

    532 Rupert Cleaners & Laundry Ltd 10 water tokens for delivery $6000

    533 Pacific Coast Veterinary Hospital Ltd G/C for Dog Food & Accessories $7500

    534 Certified Welding & Machining Case of Gold Seal Sockeye Salmon $12500

    535 Capps Marine Education Radio Op Proficiency Maritime Commercial (ROCMC) $42500

    536 All West Glass Prince Rupert Ltd Voucher for Rock Chip Repair $3000

    537 Bank of Montreal The Golfers Dozen $3995

    538 Bandstra Transportation Systems City Furniture G/C $5000

    539 Peekaboo Beans Peekaboo Beans Outfit $10200

    540 Harbour Machining, Welding & Fabricating Grizzly Tour for Two $47500

    541 Tri-City Refrigeration Inc Overwaitea Foods G/C $5000

    542 Prince Rupert Grain Ltd G/C Cow Bay Cafe $5000

    543 Northern Breeze Surveyors G/C to Rona $5000

    544 A & G Autobody Repair (2002) Ltd G/C to Safeway $10000

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    975 Chamberlin Avenue 250-627-1161

    Item #s 280, 600, 850Total Value of $3,000

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