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    Ferries appeals terminal valueBy Shaun Thomas

    The Northern View

    Prince Rupert may be losing some tax revenue as BC Ferries confirmed it will be appealing the assessed value of its terminal.

    News of the appeal comes as the District of West Vancouver and BC Assessment fight to reverse a decision that will cost taxpayers hundreds of thousands of dollars. The crown corporation successfully appealed the value of the Horseshoe Bay Ferry Terminal in West Vancouver, resulting in the value of the property being dropped from $47 million to just $20.

    The Prince Rupert terminals value is much less. In Prince Rupert, the terminal is valued at $1.8 million and contributed about $46,500 to the municipal tax roll.

    In addition to devaluing the property the board made the decision retroactive to 2010 when the appeal was launched.

    u Lost taxes

    See FERRIES, Page 3

    Councillor, union head seeking to replace outgoing MLa Coons

    By Martina Perry The Northern View

    Joanna Larson and Jennifer Rice have announced their intentions to run for the New Democrat Party nomination in the North Coast riding to replace current MLA Gary Coons, who is not seeking re-election next year.

    Larson currently sits as the head of the Prince Rupert and District Teachers Union

    (PRDTU), while Rice is in her first term on city council.

    I think either [Larson or Rice] would be a perfect candidate to run. They both have strengths, David Smith, president of the North Coast Constituency, said.

    Larson was first to announce she would be running on Nov. 20 and said she would be a suitable replacement for Coons because of her broad experience in local and provincial issues.

    Larson has been a teacher for 20 years, and is on her fourth term as local president of the PRDTU. Additionally, she was previously the president of the Westview Childcare Centre Society.

    She is also no stranger to provincial politics, currently working on her second term with the BC Teachers Federation executive committee.

    u ProvinCiaL aFFairs

    See NOMINATION, Page 2

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    Theres no mistaking the importance of Kitimat, B.C., to the Gateway project. Its where the pipeline ends, and its where marine operations begin.

    Id like to set the record straight on why we chose Kitimat, at the head of the Douglas Channel, as the site for Gateways marine terminal. The answer took thousands of hours of research, planning, engineering, environmental science, oceanography consultation, weather monitoring, and simulation. But the simple reason is . . . safety, all the way.

    The Douglas Channel is one of the widest and deepest inland waterways on North Americas west coast. Government research had already determined Kitimat to be among the safest ports in B.C., and about 1,500 tankers carrying petrochemicals have docked safely at Kitimat over the past quarter-century.

    Strategically speaking, Kitimat provides the lowest environmental risk for all aspects of Gateway operations. It offers a safer endpoint for the pipeline route, from a geotechnical perspective. The marine terminal at Kitimat also provides safe approaches for tanker traffi c with a suitable turning basin in Kitimat Arm, and natural deep-water berths that are sheltered

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    At its very narrowest, the Douglas Channel is 1.4 kilometres wide three times wider than Transport Canadas recommended width for two-way tanker traffi c. Water depths in the marine channels are up to several hundred metres.

    As an added measure, full simulations of vessel traffi c in the Douglas Channel were carried out at a world-leading facility in Denmark. It tested the largest proposed vessels in environmental conditions that tankers would experience in the marine channels. The result was a thumbs-up on the shipping route, endorsed by both government departments and the British Columbia Coast Pilots.

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    Although Larson would have to step down from these positions if she was elected, she said she is committed to the NDP.

    Both Larson and her competition, Rice, who announced she would be running on Nov. 21, said they would focus on ending poverty in the province.

    Greater equality is key to improving B.C. and making it a better province for everyone, Larson said.

    Another issue both have said they would focus on is protecting the environment from the proposed Enbridge Northern Gateway Project. Rice and Larson organized the anti-Enbridge rally at the Courthouse held in Prince Rupert last month.

    I feel I have demonstrated my commitment to not only Prince Rupert through my work in the community, but as an advocate in protecting the coast and Haida Gwaii from Enbridges oil tanker plans, Rice said.

    If Rice is selected to be MLA she wont be forced to step down from her position on Prince Rupert city council, however it isnt recommended to do both at the same time.

    Although there are currently two individuals

    seeking nomination, other potential candidates have until Nov. 30 to inform the provincial party and the local constituency of their intentions to run. The nomination convention will take place Jan. 26, 2013.

    There has yet to be any candidates named seeking the BC Liberal nomination or the BC Conservative nomination.

    Nomination meeting in Januaryu ProVINcIal affaIrs

    Contributed/The Northern ViewPrince Rupert and District Teachers Union head Joanna Larson and city councillor Jennifer Rice have declared their intention to replace outgoing MLA Gary Coons.

    Continued from Page 1 By Martina PerryThe Northern View

    Thirsty Rupertites looking to continue drinking after bars and liquor stores close may have one less option after the RCMP executed a search warrant at a home suspected of illegally selling alcohol earlier this month.

    RCMP suspected bootlegging was happening at the residence in the 500 block of 8th Avenue West after receiving numerous tips from the public.

    Members of the Prince Rupert RCMP City Detachment and General Investigation Section executed a search warrant on Nov. 17, and found 131 cans of beer and a large amount of bottled hard liquor. Upon entry, the police located a man and woman inside, who are now facing charges for the Unlawful Sale of Liquor.

    The RCMP cannot release specific information at the moment, as both individuals

    living in the residence will appear before the Prince Rupert Provincial Law Courts on Dec. 3.

    Staff Sergeant Victor Steinhammer said bootlegging alcohol is not common in the community.

    In most cases, when you have liquor stores [bootlegging] is usually eliminated, he said.

    The Prince Rupert RCMP is seeking assistance from the public, asking anyone that may have information regarding this incident to contact the RCMP detachment at 250-627-0700 or anonymously call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS.

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    In most cases when you have a liquor store, it is usually eliminated.- Sgt. Victor Steinhammer NeWs

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    The retroactive nature of the ruling means the District of West Vancouver has to pay BC Ferries back $750,000 in the form of three annual payments of $250,000.

    According to BC Ferries spokesperson Deborah Marshall, the Horseshoe Bay appeal was put forward as a test case.

    We dont believe anything will move ahead until such time as there is a resolve on the Horseshoe Bay issue, said Marshall.

    As this matter is under appeal, it is inappropriate for us to comment any further.

    The reason the Property Assessment Appeal Board ruled in favour of BC Ferries is because the land lease requires the property to be a ferry terminal, and since B.C. Ferries is losing money, a market-based approach suggests the land is

    virtually worthless. However, the decision to make these appeals

    at terminals around the province does not sit well with North Coast MLA and NDP Ferries Critic Gary Coons.

    I see the potential cut in revenue from city coffers as another slap in the face from BC Ferries, which is sanctioned by the policies of this BC Liberal government... Coastal and ferry dependent communities are feeling the wrath of outrageous fares, record declines in ridership and service cuts. Now we have more downloading on cash-strapped municipalities, he said.

    If BC Ferries wins their appeals at all terminals and it is upheld, the provincial government must step in, rectify their mistake, and supply a grant in lieu formula to save face.

    Ferries ruling a slap in the faceu mLa Incensed

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    Contributed/The Northern ViewThere were a number of wolf sightings reported last week, with many coming on the far west side of town around the Anchor Inn area. This wolf was sighted and photographed by Kiesha Pahl crossing the road at the Fairview Terminal turn-off on Nov. 23

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    By Shaun Thomas The Northern View

    After weeks of declining comment on a Labour Relations Board ruling indicating they acted in an anti-union manner, Northern Health said it has accepted the decision.

    We are not appealing the ruling and we plan to move ahead to rebuild the relationship with the International Union of Operating Engineers [IUOE], said Northern Health Director of Communications Steve Raper.

    I think its time to move forward and work with the IUOE to determine what the remediation would be based on the ruling... We hope to have this done in a timely fashion.

    The Labour Board ruled that management at the Prince Rupert Regional Hospital and Northern Health were aware that one of the reasons a new electric boiler system was being recommended for the hospital had to do with eliminating IUOE positions at a time when the five members had more than 30 grievances filed

    against the employer. A June 16, 2011 backgrounder pointed out that displacing the five IUOE employees in this department and reposting these positions as HEU Maintenance Worker IIIs

    we anticipate will bring to an end the labour/management gridlock PRRH/NH has been embroiled in the past 18 months though mentions of union issues were removed from later backgrounders. Raper said Northern Health would not discuss anything related to management.

    At this point we are not speaking publicly about employee relations because there is a level of privacy and confidentiality involved, he said.

    While she hasnt talked with the management at the Prince Rupert

    Regional Hospital, IUOE Local 882 business manager Saundra Taylor said work is underway with Northern Health on the matter.

    Right now were working on a remedy to see if we can resolve this ourselves... If we dont get the remedy were looking for, we would look at going back to the Labour Relations Board, she said.

    We dont want to make any more waves, were trying to rebuild our relationship with the employer and get our members back to work.

    northern health not appealing Labour relations rulingu anTI-unIon acTIons

    I think its time to move forward and work with the IUOE.- Steve Raper

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    Local marine industrial businesses are making it easier for people to get into the industry.

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    mP talks city letterBy Shaun Thomas

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    Skeena Bulkley Valley MP Nathan Cullen said he would like to see more people sitting at the table when it comes to the development of Prince Ruperts waterfront.

    Cullen made the comments during a Nov. 22 media conference call, and said the debate about appropriate land use outlined is nothing new when it comes to the development of the Port of Prince Rupert.

    This seems to come up again and again... What I wish for Prince Rupert, and what I think many people wish for Prince Rupert, is an overseeing body made up of community stakeholders to look at the use of the waterfront, he said.

    Until this type of group is created, it will always look like a bit of a power struggle with the Prince Rupert Port Authority in relation to the port lands.

    As for the Citys assertion that the Prince Rupert Port Authority is in a conflict of interest when it comes to the expansion of Fairview Terminal, as the port is listed as a regulator and the proponent of the project, Cullen said he has no inkling of inappropriate operation.

    They are in a bit of a grey zone... It is an unusual way of doing things when you are a government body working at arms length of the government, but you have regulatory abilities. But a lot of that goes back to how things have been done historically, he said.

    Is there a conflict of interest? There may be. But I do think the Prince Rupert Port Authority has been very successful in developing Fairview Terminal.

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  • FUNDRAISING MADE EASY

    He had been walking up and down the street for more than three hours collecting bottles for a music studio. He made about $6, he figured.

    Earlier that week, a well-meaning lady looked at me like Id lost my ever-loving mind when I suggested that her group, who was looking to raise money, do some work instead of a donation.

    For years, mothers and fathers would rather have just cut a cheque instead of helping little Billy or Betty sell raffle tickets, cookies or whatever fundraising idea had been cooked up.

    Inevitably, it was Ma or Pa Rupert, who paid for the hamburger for the chili or flour for the cookies for the bake sale. Inevitably, when the deadline came for the raffle tickets, Ma or Pa Rupert dug into their pocket to pay for the final five or six tickets little Billy had been unable or too distracted to sell.

    And inevitably, it was Ma or Pa Rupert who toiled after a long day at work when little Billy or Betty was sleeping to do the work cooking, baking, building, cleaning up or driving. But there is a simpler and more lucrative way for charity groups to raise funds.

    Whether it is a Girl Guides, Boy Scouts, band members, hockey teams, church groups, they can all do it without Ma and Pa having to do all the work... or spend or collect the money.

    The Prince Rupert Northern View is currently accepting applications from charity or service groups to deliver the paper. The money is guaranteed, the experience of a little actual work is beneficial for the kids and moreover, the fundraiser is quick, painless and, for Ma and Pa Rupert, no hassles.

    IT PAYS TO ADVERTISENo sooner than the Prince Rupert Northern View

    hit the street last Wednesday, a few landlords decided an employed, responsible tenant with a dog may not be a bad thing. In response to my column last week, no less than six landlords called me up to offer their homes for rent. One other said he would be happy to evict his current tenants if he could meet my dog first. Looks like I wont be homeless after all.

    Interestingly also this week, the Northern Views Shaun Thomas took a look at the other side of the story. Thomas writes in this issue of a Pillsbury Ave. landlords plight after tenants trashed her rental home. Just like the great doggie doo doo debate... Its not the pet, its the owner.

    If I told you that you could buy a large parcel of waterfront property in Prince Rupert for just $20, Im sure hundreds would be lined up out the door waving their $20 bill in the air.

    If I were to tell you that you could buy a large parcel of waterfront property in West Vancouver for just $20, Im sure wed need to call in the riot police to control the thousands upon thousands who want to buy it.

    Valuing a piece of waterfront property at just $20 is so ludicrous its laughable (unless maybe the property borders a contaminated toxic cesspool). Anyone with a head on their shoulders can tell you waterfront property is a valuable commodity, and if you want to be on the ocean you better be willing

    to pay for it. Yet for

    w h a t e v e r reason, the BC Property A s s e s s m e n t Appeal Board has decided that Horseshoe Bay terminal in Vancouver is only worth $20, not the $47 million it had been assessed at. And while that ruling is being appealed, and rightfully so, BC Ferries has appealed the value of the terminal in Prince Rupert in hopes of getting it lessened.

    But why would anyone want to see the value of their property drop so dramatically? The answer is simple: If its worth next to nothing, then next to nothing is what you pay in taxes to the municipality. This whole

    ploy is designed by BC Ferries to save a chunk of change, but they are doing it at the expense of the taxpayers. Should BC Ferries be successful in their appeal, which seems to be the precedent that has been set, it will create

    a roughly $40,000 hole in the Citys budget that has to be filled and the only way to fill that shortfall is to either cut spending or raise taxes.

    And to an extent I get the business case for this. Ridership is at a 21-year low (in my mind due to exorbitant fees) and likely to decline further, so the money isnt the same as it was before.

    But claiming financial hardship when the last financial disclosure provided in June shows 20 per cent of employees make more than $75,000 per year, former CEO David Hahn is receiving pension for the next five years of more than $40,000 per month and new CEO Mike Corrigan is making $560,000 per year but made about $900,000 last year due to a payment to cancel out future bonuses is as non-sensical as claiming a $20 value on oceanfront lots.

    If youre expecting sympathy or understanding from the taxpayers of Prince Rupert or other ferry dependant communities, who you are in turn leaving on the hook for this ludicrous money-saving plan, keep looking.

    It aint gonna happen.

    BC Ferries leaving taxpayers high and dry

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  • In the British Columbia tourism industry we operate under a three-tier system. The provincial agency, Tourism BC, bears overall responsibility for promoting British Columbia (Tourism BC, under the Ministry of Jobs, Tourism and Skills Training, will soon become Destination BC).

    The province is divided into six tourism regions. Ours is the Northern BC Tourism Association (NBCTA), responsible for representing over 50% of the provinces landmass. The Northern BC Tourism Association receives provincial funding, which is used to partner dollars and effort with communities and tourism operators throughout the north. The communities are of course the third tier, through Destination Marketing Organizations (DMOs) such as TPR.

    In a single column I can do no more than touch upon all of the different things that we do in partnership with Northern BC Tourism. On the financial side, they form an important part of our fundraising. The hotel tax received by a community DMO traditionally accounts for as little as a third of the budget of an average DMO. We take those dollars and use them to increase our available resources through a complex series of programs that allow us to leverage the initial investment. A successful visit by a travel writer or tour operator, for example, usually requires the help of the individual tourism businesses in Prince Rupert, TPR, the NBCTA, and often other agencies such as the Canadian Tourism Commission.

    This sort of relationship holds true for almost everything we do. For example, say it was important for a certain travel guide or magazine to include a strong Prince Rupert presence. The NBCTA might offer to co-op a certain amount of space in that publication, paying a portion to make it affordable for us. We might then offer further savings to our members, paying for a portion of their advertising, making it affordable for them to advertise where they wouldnt normally have the resources to do so. The end result is a section of Prince Rupert advertising, encouraging the publication to increase the amount of editorial coverage of Prince Rupert. It works for everybody.

    Imagine this same system at play through a broad spectrum of marketing activities. In addition to that, the region uses a portion of its funding to do things that are of benefit to the entire region from traditional advertising such as the Northern

    BC Travel Guide, to Twitter accounts such as @RVNorthernBC (which provides up-to-the-minute travel information for RV visitors to the North).

    Even this doesnt tell the whole story. They advocate when we need advocates, working at the provincial level to further the needs of the communities. When needed they come into the communities to solidify local support for tourism.

    That highlights one more vital role. The regional tourism office is a conduit that fuels the ongoing

    relationship of northern DMOs. I dont remember a time when we didnt have some sort of initiative on the go that included at least a few communities between Haida Gwaii and Dawson Creek. The northern communities have much in common, and we work together on a daily basis through the regional organization. One of the most dramatic recent examples of this was the launch, just over a year ago, of a Northern BC smartphone app that was developed by the communities and region working together.

    Given the size of our region, we have a special situation in the North. Without the Northern BC Tourism Association, none of the northern DMOs would be able to effectively promote our communities, and the businesses and attractions within those communities, in the way that we do today.

    It has become fashionable in recent years to call for a regional approach to promoting northern economic development. But in tourism, this has been happening for years. We used a regional approach as our starting point.

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    Regional marketing is natural

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    wiTH MaRTiNa PERRyShould the province install a traffic light

    at the crossing on 9th and McBride...

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    Yes. Drivers coming from the highway are

    always speeding, making it hard to

    cross, and for student safety.

    Yes, my daughter goes to PRMS and its a nightmare trying to get back on McBride

    from 9th Avenue West.

    Yes. Trying to get on McBride from 9th Avenue is annoying.

    If it means safety for students, yes. In the dark winter months it would ensure drivers

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    Behind the scenes of a maritime incidentWhen the Hanjin G e n e v a container ship ran aground in the Prince Rupert Harbour last week, it was the only time a container vessel has encountered significant navigational distress since the opening of the Fairview Terminal in October 2007.

    Yet despite the rarity of maritime incidents in the harbour and its surroundings, highly-trained responders are always watching.

    The Prince Rupert Port Authoritys Port Security Operations Centre (or PSOC) is staffed around the clock, seven days a week. Commissionaires monitor the harbour and port properties through the use of dozens of high-definition cameras, many of which can be adjusted by remote control. They are in regular communication with the Canadian Coast Guard and other port partners.

    It was this sophisticated network and the vigilance of security professionals that enabled Prince Rupert Port Authority officials to become immediately aware of the Hanjin Genevas condition at approximately 10:30 p.m. on Tuesday, November 20th.

    According to radio communications, the Hanjin Geneva had become lodged on a soft-bottomed sandbar after maneuvering to avoid a collision with a commercial fishing vessel.

    Within minutes, members of the Port Authoritys Operations department arrived at the Port Authoritys headquarters. They worked with partner agencies to determine the severity of the situation and to ensure the safety of the vessel, its crew and the surrounding environment.

    In any incident, the Port Authoritys first concern is to secure the affected area and prevent injury. Until any potential risks are dealt with, questions about cause and fault are set aside.

    In the early morning hours of Wednesday, Port Authority staff were joined by a North Coast Shipping Agency representative aboard the port patrol vessel. The team arrived at the shallows where the Geneva was grounded, surrounded by five tug boats waiting for high tide.

    The Genevas master gave permission for lines to be thrown from the vessel. The nimble tugs sped into action, and the Geneva moved smoothly into deeper water at 7:30 on Wednesday morning.

    Under its own power and escorted by tugs, it berthed at Fairview Terminal where it was inspected before the scheduled unloading/loading of containers took place.

    The Canadian Transportation Safety Board arrived in Prince Rupert on Wednesday morning to begin its investigation, which is standard procedure in any maritime incident of this nature.

    Gary Paulson, the Port Authoritys Harbour Master, observed that the effective response illustrates the well-coordinated port community in Prince Rupert. The satisfactory result of the Geneva incident tells me that our systems worked. The actions of our staff and partners were well-synchronized. Of course were learning from this incident, and as we do on an ongoing basis we will review our practices and procedures to make our safe port even safer.

    The Hanjin Geneva departed Prince Rupert Harbour Thursday morning, escorted by the Port Authoritys Charles Hays patrol vessel.

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

    Photo by Prince Rupert Port AuthorityQUICK RESPONSE: The Port Authoritys harbour patrol boat was quick to arrive on the scene of last weeks vessel grounding, carrying staff from the Prince Rupert Port Authority. Its crew also monitored the safe passage of the Hanjin Geneva to berth the next morning.

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    Ridley Terminals Inc. took possession of their new Stacker/Reclaimer last week, worth over $24 million.

    The machine will increase the efficiency of the terminal operations, with a stacking rate of 8,000 tonnes per hour and reclaim rate of 6,000 tonnes per hour. Combined with the expansion of other areas in the terminal, the stacker/reclaimer will increase annual throughput capacity at Ridley Terminals to 25 million metric tonnes per year by 2015.

    The stacker/reclaimer was designed by Sandvik in Austria and built in Jiang Su province, China. It weighs approximately 1,500 metric tonnes, is more than 140 meters long and over 30 meters tall. The machine is approximately the length of 1.5 football fields.

    The stacker/reclaimer arrived in five pieces aboard the HHL Macau, after a three week trans-Pacific journey. It was unloaded from the ship using local longshore labour managed by Western Stevedoring.

    A local firm, Wainwright Marine Service, has been contracted for barge and marine logistics. Mammoet Heavy Lift and Gat Leedm Trucking

    also assisted in moving the stacker/reclaimer from the HHL Macao to the stockyard.

    Progressive Steel and Magnum Road Builders have been preparing the site on Ridley Island for the arrival of this massive machine. LNS Services has been contracted for the assembly of the machine, which will take approximately

    three months.The stacker/reclaimer was ordered

    in 2011. The entire process of design, fabrication, delivery, installation, and commissioning will be 24 months.

    This stacker/reclaimer at Ridley Terminals will be the eighth stacker/reclaimer in export coal handling service on the west coast of North America.

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    Inland air unsuccessful on The bIg decision By Martina Perry

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    Bruce MacDonald, owner of Inland Air, may have not received $500,000 of funding from Canadian entrepreneur Jim Treliving through the CBC television series The BIG Decision, but regardless hes ecstatic his business was exposed to countless Canadians.

    The north coast is one of the most beautiful places on earth, but its a hard life for the locals Theyve lost a lot of tourism dollars, but there is hope on the horizon, Treliving said on the Nov. 20 show.

    The episode stated Inland Air requested half-a-million dollars to transform into an eco-tourism business, however MacDonald said when he applied for the show it wasnt for money.

    We were looking at marketing and how to tap into markets. We got a lot out of it, he said.

    MacDonald told the Prince Rupert Northern View hes not sure where the program got the million dollar deficit figure from, and to keep in mind The BIG Decision is a semi-reality program. He assures everyone Inland Air is in no danger of closing.

    During the episode, Inland Air had to perform challenges given by Treliving, including finding a helicopter to lease, so

    tourist could have better visibility and a more comfortable tour, and to improve the companys branding to become more tourist-friendly.

    Treliving sent up a marketing consultant from LYNK Marketing to help improve branding. A while later, MacDonald and Virginia Mcrae, Inland Air office manager, connected with consultants in Vancouver where they shared new branding techniques such as a new website design concept, brochures, and company name.

    Inland Air will slowly implement the changes, operating the sight seeing portion of the company under the suggested name, Spirit Wind Airways, before transitioning all of the business to the name.

    Although Treliving was impressed with Inland Airs improvements and success with the challenges, he chose not to invest.

    Hopefully all the changes theyve made will improve their business. I wish them all the success in the world, Treliving said at the end of the episode.

    Despite not receiving funding, MacDonald said it was a positive experience.

    The crew was great to work with. Jims a really nice guy. It was a once in a life time experience, he said.

    MacDonald may not have been funded, but he got what he wanted. During filming,

    MacDonald and Mcrae got in touch with tour operators in the industry down south, creating contacts for the business. MacDonald said hes also pleased with the advertising associated with being on a popular show.

    We got 22 minutes of national television play. We cant buy advertising like that.

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    Kitimat Clean President David Black says the response to his Kitimat-based refinery proposal in Japan and China has been positive, while his critics in the oil sands have been growing more silent.

    Black, also the chair of Black Press, the newspaper chain which owns the Prince Rupert Northern View, spent his Halloween and the days after travelling to Tokyo then to Beijing to pitch his refinery plan to about a dozen companies.

    Each company he spoke with has asked for more information, he said, while at least one is planning a trip to Canada in December to speak to him further.

    It was all pretty positive. Everybody was interested, everybody wanted more information and not one of them said well, no, were not interested, said Black.

    In addition he said each company also inquired about their ability to potentially invest in the proposed refinery. Black said there is the opportunity for minority stakes but he would want to keep the company controlled in Canada.

    Black said hes baffled by early critics to the plan who had suggested Asian markets did not want to import refined fuels.

    I never understood that. Thats what [John] Horgan and others said. I never understood where they got that information from, he said.

    Theres a big market in refined fuel. In fact it was the single biggest export from the United States last year. They sold $88 billion in refined fuel.

    While Black has plans to visit other countries, including Korea, he said Japan and China both have strong reasons for getting behind a northwest refinery.

    In China the reason is fairly straight-forward; they need more oil each year, said Black, and their option is to build their own refineries or get it from Canada. Getting it from us would be cheaper, Black argues, and better for the environment. Chinas main source of power source for refineries would be burning coal.

    So if they let us build a refinery instead, they dont have the same pollution issue, he said.

    The situation in Japan is a bit more unique. Black said that theyre actually at over capacity for refinery production, but the changing supply of oil means they have serious investments to make in the future.

    The world is moving to heavier oil. The supplies of light oil have been going down about three per cent a year so more and more refineries are having to put in coking equipment so they can handle heavier oil, he said.

    In Japans case, theyre going to have to put a lot of money into their refineries Why not come over here, buy into a new Kitimat refinery, and bring the refined product back to Japan and land it there cheaper than they could produce it?

    He also said Japans tight energy infrastructure could be loosened by shutting down some of their existing refineries, shifting their supply from a Kitimat refinery.

    Sure enough there was a lot of interest [for that], he said.

    Interest continued to grow, not just from Asia. He said he had a recent meeting from a North American company interested in the refinery to supply diesel.

    Meanwhile he said the plans critics have, for the most part, been coming around.

    He noted criticism that the oil could just be refined off the Gulf of Mexico in Houston, Texas, but Black countered that a cost analysis showed that incorporating all the extra transport costs

    meant the product would cost an extra $20 per barrel.

    Theyre in the wrong ocean, he said.Black plans to stick with Kitimat Clean as

    chairman for as long as it takes to get the job done properly and to ensure its environmentally sensitive, but doesnt expect hed be in charge long after the project comes to reality.

    I wouldnt think my time as chairman would be very long, he said, pointing out if it takes eight years hell be 74 when its done.

    But he does feel the time crunch to see the project done.

    I would rather there wasnt too big a gap in time between when the refinerys finished and the pipelines finished, he said.

    The quicker I can get the refinery on stream the less pressure there will be to start shipping bitumen.

    Black takes refinery proposal to China, Japanu EnErgy

    File/The Northern ViewKitimat Clean president David Black addresses a crowd at the Lester Centre in October.

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    high Bank gets local supportBy Shaun Thomas

    The Northern View

    As High Bank Resources continues to develop its Swamp Point aggregate project, it does so with a cooperation agreement signed by the Metlakatla First Nation.

    The Metlakatla Band and High Bank announced earlier this month the signing of the deal, which is designed to benefit both parties. High Bank agrees to acknowledge Metlakatlas claims to Aboriginal rights where the project is located, to protect traditional use sites in the area and develop in an environmentally friendly manner, to provide the Metlakatla Band with the first opportunity to fill positions and secure contracts in the project development, and to provide Metlakatla with an option to acquire up to five million shares in the company.

    Metlakatla agrees not to object or oppose any regulatory applications or approvals sought in relation to the project.

    The Swamp Point Portland Canal project is located 160 km north of Prince Rupert and 50 km south of Stewart. The goal of the project is to ship sand, gravel and hard rock aggregate from the port of Prince Rupert to the west coast of North America including for expansion projects in Kitimat - and the Asia Pacific. In total, High Bank Resources says there is over 72 million tonnes of product on the site, with another 2.2 million tonnes inferred from studies undertaken.

    Repeated calls and an e-mail to Metlakatla Chief Harold Leighton went unreturned.

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    The 48th annual Prince Rupert Rotary Auction wrapped up last week after raising more than $50,000.

    All together $53,717 was raised over three days of auctioning. Of that total, an estimated $5,000 was raised from the sale of 750 tickets after cash prizes were handed out. This years total is slightly higher then last year.

    More than 200 local business and individuals donated 692 items for the auction this year, including trips around the province, hotel stays, home renovations, fishing charters and sightseeing trips, appliances, fitness equipment, electronics, clothing, gift certificates, food, performance passes and more.

    The auction ran from Nov. 19 to Nov. 21, taking over the airwaves of channel 10 from 6:30 p.m. to 10:30 p.m.

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    The annual auction is the Rotary Clubs biggest fundraiser of the year, with the money collected being given to local non-profit groups. Funds from the auction will benefit breakfast

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    Pancake Breakfast on Sunday, Dec. 2 10 a.m. to noon. Come on down to the Seniors Centre, located between the College and the Salvation Army, for a luscious breakfast.

    Cribbage winners on Monday were: 1st - Annette Johansen and Ron Basso, 2nd - Gerda K. and Gwen Eby and 3rd - Margit Gardiner and Marion Weir. Thursday winners were: 1st -

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    The Prince Rupert Rampage played host to two teams from the Cariboo this weekend, and came up short in both games.

    On Saturday night the Rampage faced off with the Williams Lake Stampeders in front of a packed house, and started strong with Josh Kierce putting Prince Rupert on the board after a soft shot went five-hole just over five minutes into the first for the only goal of the period.

    In the second, the Rampage found themselves on an extended five-on-three less than a minute in, but were unable to capitalize. From there the period was all Williams Lake. Ryan Conlin tied things up on the powerplay with 13:32 to go, and a blast from the top of the circle by Brent McIsaac on the powerplay gave the Stampeders the lead.

    With eight minutes to go in the second, Jean-Luc Fournier of the Rampage was assessed a five-minute major and a game misconduct for a hit from behind and that would prove to be costly. After two-minutes of four-on-four hockey due to a complimentary Stampeders penalty, Nathan Zurak made the Rampage pay by scoring a natural hat trick within a three-minute window. Zurak spun and fired home a goal with 5:48 to play, went blocker-side with 4:43 to go and went blocker-side again with 3:51 to play to put Prince Rupert down 5-1.

    That would be all the scoring in the period and in the game, giving the Rampage much to think about going into Sunday.

    On Sunday, the Quesnel Kangaroos came out firing on all cylinders. Nick Tomassetti opened the scoring just over six minutes into the period, Joel Boyetchko put Quesnel up by two just over halfway

    through the first and Tomassetti made it 3-0 with 2:09 to play leaving the Rampage down 3-0 heading into the second.

    But in the second the Rampage fought back. Jared Davis found the back of the net less than five minutes in, Jean-Luc Fournier pulled the team to within one less than two minutes later and, with 3:21 to go, Kory Movold tied things up heading into the third.

    The final period was a lot of back and forth action until, with 5:40 to play, Quesnels Justin Fulton cut in alone and backhanded in his own rebound to give Quesnel a 4-3 lead. That goal would prove to be the winner as the Rampage ended the weekend without a win.

    On Saturday night the team will face off with the Kitimat Ice Demons, who finished this weekend with a win over Quesnel and a 12-4 crushing of the Lac Le Hache Tomahawks. Look for results from that game next week.

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    Shaun Thomas/The Northern ViewRampage captain Jared Meers looks on as his shot is stopped by Quesnels Ryan Manderson during third period action on Sunday afternoon.

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    The Prince Rupert Amateur Swim Club joined with its partners in Kitimat, Smithers and Terrace to compete in the 2012 Prince George Fall Invitational Swim Meet.

    When competing locally the Northwest clubs compete under their own names but when traveling outside the northwest region they come together to form the Points North Swim Association. In this case joining together wasnt enough as the Association was felled by Prince George 4905 to 3721.

    A total of 17 Prince Rupert swimmers made the trip to Prince George. Avery Movold (12) led the way for the club. She won the Silver Aggregate award for the 11-12 girls age group (aggregate

    awards are based on total points accumulated in all individual events). Movold won the 100 & 200 backstrokes as well as the 50, 100 & 200 freestyles. Leading off Points Norths 4x 50 freestyle relay team she swam a new AAA qualifying time by clocking a 29.98.

    Trey Kish (12) also won a Silver Aggregate. He won the 12 and under boys 50, 100 & 200 freestyles, and the 100 & 200 backstrokes. He came second in both the 100 butterfly and 200 IM.

    Treys little sister Rya Kish (10) won silver medals for her results in the 10 & under 200 free and 200 IM. In addition Rya won the 50 & 100 breaststrokes, the 50 freestyle and the 50 backstroke. She came second in the 100 backstroke and third in the 100 freestyle.

    Justin McChesney (14) snagged the Silver Aggregate medal in the 13-14 boys age group. He won the 50 & 100 backstrokes as well as the 50 freestyle. Justin came second in the 200 freestyle & 200 backstroke, and third in the 200 IM.

    His young brother Liam McChesney (11) won the Bronze Aggregate in the 11-12 boys age group. He won the 50 backstroke and came second in both the 100 & 200 backstrokes, the 50 & 100 freestyles, and the 100 breaststroke. Liam also picked up a third place finish in the 200 freestyle. Liam added two new AAA times with a 2:35.80 200 freestyle and a 1:10.86 100 freestyle.

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    By Martina Perry The Northern View

    It was four days of basketball action at the 2012 All Native Qualifying Tournament held last week as 16 teams from as far away Vancouver competed for a spot in the annual tournament.

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    womens division, the Nuxalk Nation from Bella Coola played against Gitwinksihlkw.

    Both teams traded the top position many times throughout the game, with Bella Coola taking the lead in the first and second quarter. In the third quarter, Gitwinksihlkw fought back, leading 39 to 41 at the end of the quarter. In the last few

    minutes of the final quarter, there was a frenzy of shooting as the two teams traded the lead. In the end, Gitwinksihlkw secured their position in the 2012 All Native with a final score of 55-50.

    Nine mens senior teams battled for a spot in the tournament, with the final game involving the Haisla Pride from Kitamaat and Terrace in

    another intense final game. Terrace tried to keep up with

    Kitamaat for the first half of the game, and finally got close by the end of the third quarter, with a score of 61-65 for Haisla Pride. In the fourth quarter, Terrace came back strong and in the final five minutes of the game Terrace surpassed Kitamaat with 79-76.

    Haisla Pride did not take it sitting down, and tied up the score at 85 in the last seconds of the game.

    With an extra five minutes on the clock, Kitamaat pushed themselves hard. After a number of fouls by Terrace, including a serious five foul shot session, Kitamaat secured their spot in the tournament with 102-85.

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    Landlord says damage should be a lesson to others rentingBy Shaun Thomas

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    While much has been said about housing in Prince Rupert, one landlords story is a reminder of the importance of vetting your tenants.

    What was a recently renovated two-storey house on Pillsbury Avenue has been left in shambles after the tenants left following almost two years of occupying the building. A quick walkthrough of the house shows a large square hole cut in the drywall, paint chipped off, light switches broken off and mould is growing along the roof in the bathroom due to a fan that has been taken out of the ceiling. The appliances, bought two years ago, are also destroyed.

    The stove is garbage. We pulled the top up and you can see all of the wires are damaged. The dishwasher was started and it is leaking everywhere, said the Pillsbury Ave. landlord, who also noted the freezer in the fridge was no longer working.

    Its just terrible what they did. Aside from the obvious damage

    there is more than meets the eye. The blinds upstairs have disappeared, as have many door and closet handles,

    and even some doors that were there are gone. Even the shower head in the downstairs bathroom is gone. Lights are missing from the kitchen, light fixtures are gone from around the house and only about half of the electricity in the house is working despite all the breaker being on.

    We had in the agreement that there was no smoking allowed in the house, and they were smoking... I spent over $500 just on supplies to try and clean the smoke damage from the house, said the landlord.

    On top of all that, the tenants left the house with $1,300 of unpaid rent outstanding.

    The money left from the rental to cover all of these expenses? A damage deposit of $500, which the landlord said might cover the cost of a new fridge.

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    I think a lot of people have had a similar situation happen, but havent wanted to speak about it, she said.

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    In B.C., the Residential Tenancy Branch of the government looks after dispute resolution between tenants and landlords, as well as outlining the rights and responsibilities of each. According to those guidelines, the tenant is generally responsible for paying cleaning costs where the property is left at the end of the tenancy in a condition that does not comply with that standard. The tenant is also generally required to pay for repairs where damages are caused, either deliberately or as a result of neglect, by the tenant or his or her guest. As well, the landlord is responsible for repairs to appliances provided under the tenancy agreement unless the damage was caused by the deliberate actions or neglect of the tenant.

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    The northwest as a whole needs to work together to make the bright economic future and proposed projects planned in the area a reality.

    That was the message of Alex Pietralla of the Kitimat Terrace Industrial Development Northwest Society during a Chamber of Commerce luncheon held on Nov. 21.

    A lot of what you see... Will only happen if we work collaboratively and are open and honest about road ahead, said Pietralla, who was meeting with the Chamber to outline an impact study done in conjunction with UNBC that saw 21 community and industry leaders in northeast B.C. interviewed on 12 different aspects of development.

    Whatever we see here in the next few years is going to be very significant.... The scale of development, some think will be $16 billion but weve done studies

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    With that much potential investment, Pietralla said it is important not only to increase the speed in which projects can develop but to create a welcoming atmosphere for industry. Along with that, the region needs to be ready to provide workers for the projects.

    A lot of the jobs that are coming will need experience, and it is not experience that they can get here now... We need to encourage our young people, particularly First Nations, to go outside of the region, get that experience and come back, he said, adding that training opportunities need to reflect the current workplace reality.

    If you bring a young person with their whole life in front of them and bring them into a facility [with outdated equipment], what message does that send? We value you, but here is what youll be training on. That is ridiculous to be honest.

    But perhaps above all, Pietralla said cities looking to get the most from industrial development need to have a plan and need to be brutally honest with themselves.

    No change will come and will go the way you want it to if you are not open and honest... Dont change what you want to be in 20 to 30 years, make sure you have a vision for your community and communicate that with industry when they are in town, he said, adding quality of life is an important consideration for many industries.

    They really want to make sure that once the project is built, those 400 or 500 employees are happy where they live. They want to have people that are going to be on the job for 20 years because they are happy with where they live.

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    The Prince Rupert Community Enrichment Society is an accred-ited society with an opening for an Infant Development Consultant. This position is 35 hrs per week for a period of 6 months with the possibility of permanent. Pay is in accordance with the BCGEU Collective Agreement.The successful applicant will have:t"#BDIFMPSTJO&BSMZ$IJME%FWFMPQNFOU/VSTJOHPSBSFMBUFEFMEand a minimum of 3 years experience or a combination of education and experience.t4USPOHPSBMXSJUUFOBOEDPNNVOJDBUJPOTTLJMMTtFBCJMJUZUPXPSLJOEFQFOEFOUMZBOEUPNBOBHFUJNFBOEXPSLload effectively.t&YQFSJFODFXPSLJOHXJUIEFWFMPQNFOUBMEFMBZFEJOGBOUTBOEUIFJSparents.t&YQFSJFODFVTJOHEFWFMPQNFOUBMBTTFTTNFOUTt,OPXMFEHFPGNVMUJDVMUVSBMJTTVFT"CPSJHJOBMGBNJMJFTGBNJMZsystems and culturally appropriate practices.t,OPXMFEHFPGDPNNVOJUZSFTPVSDFTt$PNQVUFSTLJMMTt4U+PIO"NCVMBODFTUBOEBSESTUBJEDMFBSDSJNJOBMSFDPSEDIFDL5#5FTU$SJTJT.BOBHFNFOU7JPMFODFJOUIF8PSLQMBDFBOE vehicle with appropriate insurance for business purposes.

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  • CHRISTMAS Song Book Prince Rupert Northern View

    ChristmasCarol Song Book

    Index:The First Noel ..........2Hark the Herald Angels Sing ...........2Deck the Halls ..........3FrostY the Snowman ................3Rudolph the Red Nose Raindeer ........3Holly Jolly christmas ..............4Have yourselves a merry little Christmas ....4Jingle Bells ..............4Twelve Days of Christmas ...............5Winter Wonderland ...........6We Wish You a

    Merry Christmas ....6 Silver Bells .............6White Christmas .......6I Saw Three Ships Come Sailing In ......7Let it Snow ...............7Here Comes Santa Claus ...........7Silent Night ..............8Joy to the World ......8O Come all ye-faithful .............8Angels we have heard on high ........8

  • The First NoelThe First Noel, the Angels did sayWas to certain poor shepherds in

    fields as they layIn fields where they lay

    keeping their sheepOn a cold winters night

    that was so deep.Noel, Noel, Noel, Noel

    Born is the King of Israel!They looked up and saw a star

    Shining in the East beyond them farAnd to the earth it gave great light

    And so it continued both day and night.

    Noel, Noel, Noel, NoelBorn is the King of Israel!

    And by the light of that same starThree Wise men came

    from country farTo seek for a King was their intent

    And to follow the star wherever it went.

    Noel, Noel, Noel, NoelBorn is the King of Israel!

    This star drew nigh to the northwestOer Bethlehem it took its rest

    And there it did both Pause and stay

    Right oer the place where Jesus lay.Noel, Noel, Noel, Noel

    Born is the King of Israel!Then entered in those

    Wise men threeFull reverently upon their knee

    And offered there in His presenceTheir gold and myrrh and

    frankincense.Noel, Noel, Noel, Noel

    Born is the King of Israel!

    Then let us all with one accordSing praises to our heavenly Lord

    That hath made Heaven and earth of nought

    And with his blood mankind has bought.

    Noel, Noel, Noel, NoelBorn is the King of Israel!

    Hark! The Herald Angels Sing

    Hark! the herald angels sing Glory to the

    new-born King! Peace on earth and

    mercy mild, God and sinners

    reconciled! Joyful, all ye nations, rise,

    Join the triumph of the skies; With th angelic host proclaim

    Christ is born in Bethlehem! Hark! the herald angels sing Glory to the new-born King!

    Christ, by highest heaven adored; Christ, the everlasting Lord;

    Late in time behold him come, Offspring of the Virgins womb. Veiled in flesh the Godhead see;

    Hail the incarnate Deity, Pleased as man with man to dwell;

    Jesus, our Emmanuel! Mild he lays his glory by,

    Born that man no more may die, Born to raise the sons of earth, Born to give them second birth. Risen with healing in his wings,

    Light and life to all he brings, Hail, the Sun of Righteousness!

    Hail, the heaven-born Prince of Peace! Come, Desire of nations come,

    Fix in us Thy humble home; Rise, the Womans conquering Seed,

    Bruise in us the Serpents head. Adams likeness now efface:

    Stamp Thine image in its place; Second Adam, from above,

    Reinstate us in thy love.

    Page 2 - CHRISTMAS Song Book Prince Rupert Northern View

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  • CHRISTMAS Song Book Prince Rupert Northern View - Page 3

    Rudolph, the red-nosed reindeer

    Rudolph, the red-nosed reindeer had a very shiny nose.

    And if you ever saw him, you would even say it glows.

    All of the other reindeer used to laugh and call him names.

    They never let poor Rudolph join in any reindeer games.

    Then one foggy Christmas Eve Santa came to say:

    Rudolph with your nose so bright, wont you guide my sleigh tonight?

    Then all the reindeer loved him as they shouted out with glee,

    Rudolph the red-nosed reindeer, youll go down in history!

    Deck the hallsDeck the halls with boughs of holly,

    Fa la la la la, la la la la.Tis the season to be jolly,

    Fa la la la la, la la la la.Don we now our gay apparel

    Fa la la, la la la, la la la.Troll the ancient Yule tide carol,

    Fa la la la la, la la la la.See the blazing Yule before us,

    Fa la la la la, la la la la.Strike the harp and join the chorus.

    Fa la la la la, la la la la.Follow me in merry measure,

    Fa la la, la la la, la la la.While I tell of Yuletide treasure,

    Fa la la la la, la la la la.Fast away the old year passes,

    Fa la la la la, la la la la.Hail the new, ye lads and lasses,

    Fa la la la la, la la la la.Sing we joyous, all together,

    Fa la la, la la la, la la la.Heedless of the wind and weather,

    Fa la la la la, la la la la.

    Frosty the snowmanFrosty the snowman

    was a jolly happy soul,With a corncob pipe and a button nose

    And two eyes made out of coal.

    Frosty the snowman is a fairy tale,

    they say,He was made

    of snow but the children

    Know how he came to life one day.

    There must have been some magic in

    that old silk hat they found.For when they placed it on his head

    He began to dance around.O, Frosty the snowman

    Was alive as he could be,And the children say he could laugh

    And play just the same as you and me.

    Thumpetty thump thump,Thumpety thump thump,

    Look at Frosty go.Thumpetty thump thump,Thumpety thump thump,

    Over the hills of snow.Frosty the snowman knewThe sun was hot that day,So he said, Lets run and

    Well have some funNow before I melt away.

    Down to the village,With a broomstick in his hand,

    Running here and there allAround the square saying,

    Catch me if you can.He led them down the streets of town

    Right to the traffic cop.And he only paused a moment when

    he heard him holler Stop!For Frosty the snow manHad to hurry on his way,

    But he waved goodbye saying,Dont you cry,

    Ill be back again some day.Thumpetty thump thump,Thumpety thump thump,

    Look at Frosty go.Thumpetty thump thump,Thumpety thump thump,

    Over the hills of snow

    Happy Holidays from the Prince RupertDistrict Teachers Union

    At Christmas play and make

    good cheer,For Christmas

    comes but once a year

    - Thomas Tusser

    DISTRICT OF PORT EDWARDwww.portedward.ca

    Mayor, Council and Staff of the

    District of Port Edward

    Wish you a safe & Happy

    Holiday!

  • Page 4 - CHRISTMAS Song Book Prince Rupert Northern View

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    Holly jolly Christmas

    Have a holly jolly Christmas Its the best time of the year

    Well I dont know if therell be snow But have a cup of cheer

    Have a holly jolly Christmas And when you walk down the street

    Say hello to friends you know And everyone you meet

    Ho ho the mistletoe Hung where you can see Somebody waits for you

    Kiss her once for me Have a holly jolly Christmas And in case you didnt hear

    Oh by-golly have a holly jolly Christmas This year

    Have a holly jolly Christmas And when you walk down the street

    Say hello to friends you know And everyone you meet

    Have a holly jolly Christmas And in case you didnt hear

    Oh by-golly have a holly jolly Christmas This year

    Have yourselves a merry little Christmas

    Have yourself a merry little Christmas

    Let your heart be lightNext year all our troubles

    will be out of sightHave yourself a merry little

    ChristmasMake the yule-tide gay

    Next year all our troubles will be miles away

    Once again as in olden daysHappy golden days of yore

    Faithful friends who were near to usWill be dear to us once more

    Someday soon, we all will be together

    If the Fates allowUntil then, well have to muddle

    through somehowSo have yourself a merry little Christ-

    mas now.

    Jingle Bells

    Dashing through the snow

    In a one horse open sleigh Oer the fields

    we go Laughing all the way

    Bells on bob tails ringMaking spirits bright

    What fun it is to laugh and singA sleighing song tonight

    Oh, jingle bells, jingle bellsJingle all the way

    Oh, what fun it is to rideIn a one horse open sleigh

    Jingle bells, jingle bellsJingle all the way

    Oh, what fun it is to rideIn a one horse open sleigh

    A day or two agoI thought Id take a ride

    And soon Miss Fanny BrightWas seated by my side

    The horse was lean and lankMisfortune seemed his lotWe got into a drifted bank

    And then we got upsotOh, jingle bells, jingle bells

    Jingle all the wayOh, what fun it is to ride

    In a one horse open sleighJingle bells, jingle bells

    Jingle all the wayOh, what fun it is to ride

    In a one horse open sleigh yeahJingle bells, jingle bells

    Jingle all the wayOh, what fun it is to ride

    In a one horse open sleighJingle bells, jingle bells

    Jingle all the wayOh, what fun it is to ride

    In a one horse open sleigh

    Prince Rupert Community band plays during Winterfest Lighting of the Lights

  • CHRISTMAS Song Book Prince Rupert Northern View - Page 5

    On the first day of Christmas, my true love sent to me

    A partridge in a pear tree. On the second day of Christmas,

    my true love sent to me Two turtle doves,

    And a partridge in a pear tree. On the third day of Christmas,

    my true love sent to me Three French hens, Two turtle doves,

    And a partridge in a pear tree. On the fourth day of Christmas,

    my true love sent to me Four calling birds,

    Three French hens, Two turtle doves,

    And a partridge in a pear tree. On the fifth day of Christmas,

    my true love sent to me Five golden rings, Four calling birds,

    Three French hens,

    Two turtle doves, And a partridge in a pear tree. On the sixth day of Christmas,

    my true love sent to me Six geese a-laying, Five golden rings, Four calling birds,

    Three French hens, Two turtle doves,

    And a partridge in a pear tree. On the seventh day of Christmas,

    my true love sent to me Seven swans a-swimming,

    Six geese a-laying, Five golden rings, Four calling birds,

    Three French hens, Two turtle doves,

    And a partridge in a pear tree. On the eighth day of Christmas,

    my true love sent to me Eight maids a-milking,

    Seven swans a-swimming, Six geese a-laying, Five golden rings, Four calling birds,

    Three French hens, Two turtle doves, And a partridge in

    a pear tree. On the ninth day of

    Christmas, my true love sent

    to me Nine ladies danc-

    ing, Eight maids a-milk-

    ing, Seven swans a-

    swimming, Six geese a-laying, Five golden rings, Four calling birds,

    Three French hens,

    Two turtle doves, And a partridge in a pear tree. On the tenth day of Christmas,

    my true love sent to me Ten lords a-leaping, Nine ladies dancing,

    Eight maids a-milking, Seven swans a-swimming,

    Six geese a-laying, Five golden rings, Four calling birds,

    Three French hens, Two turtle doves,

    And a partridge in a pear tree. On the eleventh day of Christmas,

    my true love sent to me Eleven pipers piping, Ten lords a-leaping, Nine ladies dancing,

    Eight maids a-milking, Seven swans a-swimming,

    Six geese a-laying, Five golden rings, Four calling birds,

    Three French hens, Two turtle doves,

    And a partridge in a pear tree. On the twelfth day of Christmas,

    my true love sent to me Twelve drummers drumming,

    Eleven pipers piping, Ten lords a-leaping, Nine ladies dancing,

    Eight maids a-milking, Seven swans a-swimming,

    Six geese a-laying, Five golden rings, Four calling birds,

    Three French hens, Two turtle doves,

    And a partridge in a pear tree!

    Twelve days of Christmas

    May all the joy of the holidays

    ring out through the new year

    RIDLEY TERMINALS INC.

    Wishing everyone a safe and happy

    holiday

    The staff at Macro Properties would like to wish everyone a

    Merry Christmasand a successful 2013

    Call (250) 627-5003 #2 - 100 McBride Prince RupertOffice Hours: Monday to Friday 9am to 5pm

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    Winter wonderland

    Sleigh bells ring, are you listening, In the lane, snow is glistening

    A beautiful sight,Were happy tonight.

    Walking in a winter wonderland.Gone away is the bluebird,Here to stay is a new bird

    He sings a love song,As we go along,

    Walking in a winter wonderland.In the meadow

    we can build a snowman,Then pretend that he is

    Parson BrownHell say: Are you married?

    Well say: No man, But you can do the jobWhen youre in town.

    Later on, well conspire,As we dream by the fire

    To face unafraid, The plans that weve made,

    Walking in a winter wonderland.In the meadow we can build a

    snowman,And pretend that hes a circus clown

    Well have lots of fun with mister snowman,

    Until the other kids knock him down.

    When it snows, aint it thrilling,Though your nose gets a chilling

    Well frolic and play, the Eskimo way,

    Walking in a winter wonderland.

    We wish you a Merry Christmas

    We wish you a Merry Christmas; We wish you a Merry Christmas;

    We wish you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.

    Good tidings we bring to you and your kin;

    Good tidings for Christmas and a Happy New Year.

    Oh, bring us a figgy pudding; Oh, bring us a figgy pudding; Oh, bring us a figgy pudding

    and a cup of good cheerWe wont go until we get some;

    We wont go until we get some;

    We wont go until we get some,

    so bring some out here

    We wish you a Mer-ry Christmas;

    We wish you a Mer-ry Christmas;

    We wish you a Mer-ry Christmas

    and a Happy New Year.

    Silver Bells

    Silver bells, silver bells

    its Christmas time in the cityring-a-ling, hear them ring

    soon it will be Christmas day!City sidewalks, busy sidewalks

    dressed in holiday style in the air theres a feeling of

    Christmas!Children laughing, people passing

    meeting smile after smileand on every street corner youll hear . . .Silver bells ( silver bells! ) silver bells

    (silver bells! )its Christmas time in the city

    ring-a-ling ( ring-a-ling! ) hear them ring (hear them ring!! )

    soon it will be Christmas day!Strings of street lights, even stop lights

    blink of bright red an green as the shoppers rush home with their

    treasures! Hear the snow crunch, see the kids

    bunch this is Santas big sceneand above all this bustle youll hear . . .Silver bells ( silver bells! ) silver bells

    (silver bells! )its Christmas time in the city

    ring-a-ling ( ring-a-ling! ) hear them ring (hear them ring!! )

    soon it will be Christmas day! Silver bells ( silver bells! ) silver bells

    its Christmas time in the cityring-a-ling (ring-a-ling!) hear them ring

    (hear them ring!! ) soon to fade

    White ChristmasIm dreaming of a white Christmas Just like the ones I used to know

    Where the treetops glisten, and children listen To hear sleigh bells in the snow Im dreaming of a white Christmas With every Christmas card I write May your days be merry and

    bright And may all your Christmases be white Im dreaming of a white Christ-mas With every Christmas card I write

    May your days be merry and bright And may all your Christmases be white

    Wishing EVERYONE the Best

    Today and Always.

    Franks auto repair (1996) Your one stop repair shop!

    1045 Saskatoon Avenue, Prince Rupert 250-624-4707

    We want to wish you a Merry Christmas,

    we want to wish you a Merry Christmas,

    we want to wish you a Merry Christmas

    .... And a happy new year!

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    I saw three ships come sailing in

    On Christmas Day, on Christmas Day;

    I saw three ships come sailing inOn Christmas Day

    in the morning.And what was

    in those ships all three,On Christmas Day, on Christmas Day?

    And what was in those ships all three,

    On Christmas Day in the morning?The Virgin Mary

    and Christ were there,On Christmas Day, on Christmas Day;The Virgin Mary

    and Christ were there,On Christmas Day

    in the morning.Pray, wither sailed

    those ships all three,On Christmas Day, on Christmas Day;Pray, wither sailed

    those ships all three,On Christmas Day in the morning?

    O they sailed into Bethlehem,On Christmas Day, on Christmas Day;

    O they sailed into Bethlehem,On Christmas Day

    in the morning.And all the bells

    on earth shall ring,On Christmas Day, on Christmas Day;And all the bells

    on earth shall ring,On Christmas Day

    in the morning.And all the Angels

    in Heaven shall sing,On Christmas Day, on Christmas Day;And all the Angels

    in Heaven shall sing,On Christmas Day

    in the morning.And all the souls

    on earth shall sing,On Christmas Day, on Christmas Day;And all the souls

    on earth shall sing,On Christmas Day

    in the morning.Then let us all re-

    joice again,On Christmas Day, on Christmas Day;Then let us all re-

    joice again,On Christmas Day

    in the morning.

    Let It Snow

    Oh the weather outside is frightful,

    But the fire is so delightful,

    And since weve no place to go,Let It Snow! Let It Snow! Let It

    Snow!It doesnt show signs of stopping,

    And Ive bought some corn for popping,

    The lights are turned way down low,

    Let It Snow! Let It Snow! Let It Snow!

    When we finally kiss goodnight,How Ill hate going out in the

    storm!But if youll really hold me tight,All the way home Ill be warm.

    The fire is slowly dying,And, my dear, were still

    good-bying,But as long as you love me so,Let It Snow! Let It Snow! Let It

    Snow!

    Here Comes Santa Claus!Here comes Santa Claus! Here comes Santa Claus!

    Right down Santa Claus Lane! Vixen and Blitzen and all his reindeer

    are pulling on the reins. Bells are ringing, children singing;

    All is merry and bright. Hang your stockings and say your

    prayers, Cause Santa Claus comes tonight.

    Here comes Santa Claus! Here comes Santa Claus!

    Right down Santa Claus Lane! Hes got a bag that is filled with toys

    for the boys and girls again. Hear those sleigh bells jingle jangle,

    What a beautiful sight. Jump in bed, cover up your head, Cause Santa Claus comes tonight.

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    The best of all gifts around any Christmas tree: The presence of a happy family all wrapped

    up in each other. ~Burton Hillis

    From our family to yours,

    Merry Christmasand

    a Safe &Happy New Year

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    617 2nd Avenue West 250-624-2666

    May The spirit of song envelop your home and fill your heart with joy

    this holiday season.

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    All is calm. All is bright.New safety equipment at specific rail crossings means more silent nights

    for Prince Rupert residents. Electronic chimes and flashing lights will

    reduce the need for warning whistles. Its part of a unique collaboration

    between the Prince Rupert Port Authority and its partners.

    As the Port of Prince Rupert grows, were proud to invest in projects like

    this as well as community initiatives that make our city thrive.

    In this festive season and all year long, our very best to you and yours.

    Christmas carol ad.indd 1 11/26/2012 4:29:19 PM

    Port City Ford SaleS

    250-624-3673 970 SASKATOON AVE, PRINCE RUPERTDlr #30404

    Wishing EvEryonE a Fun WintErFEst

    Silent NightSilent night, holy nightAll is calm, all is bright

    Round yon Virgin Mother and ChildHoly Infant so tender and mild

    Sleep in heavenly peaceSleep in heavenly peaceSilent night, holy night!

    Shepherds quake at the sightGlories stream from heaven afar

    Heavenly hosts sing Alleluia!Christ, the Saviour is bornChrist, the Saviour is born

    Silent night, holy nightSon of God, loves pure light

    Radiant beams from Thy holy faceWith the dawn of redeeming grace

    Jesus, Lord, at Thy birthJesus, Lord, at Thy birth

    Joy to the WorldJoy to the World , the Lord is come!

    Let earth receive her King;Let every heart prepare Him room,

    And Heaven and nature sing,And Heaven and nature sing,

    And Heaven, and Heaven, and nature sing.

    Joy to the World, the Savior reigns!Let men their songs employ;

    While fields and floods, rocks, hills and plains

    Repeat the sounding joy,Repeat the sounding joy,

    Repeat, repeat, the sounding joy.No more let sins and sorrows grow,

    Nor thorns infest the ground;He comes to make His blessings flow

    Far as the curse is found,Far as the curse is found,

    Far as, far as, the curse is found.He rules the world

    with truth and grace,And makes the nations prove

    The glories of His righteousness,And wonders of His love,And wonders of His love,

    And wonders, wonders, of His love.

    O come all ye- faithful

    O Come All Ye Faithful

    Joyful and triumphant,O come ye,

    O come ye to Bethlehem.

    Come and behold Him,

    Born the King of Angels;

    O come, let us adore Him,

    O come, let us adore Him,

    O come, let us adore Him,

    Christ the Lord.O Sing, choirs of angels,

    Sing in exultation,Sing all that hear in heaven Gods

    holy word. Give to our

    Father glory in the Highest;O come, let us adore Him,O come, let us adore Him,O come, let us adore Him,

    Christ the Lord.All Hail! Lord, we greet Thee,

    Born this happy morning,O Jesus! for evermore be

    Thy name adored.Word of the Father,

    now in flesh appearing;O come, let us adore Him,O come, let us adore Him,O come, let us adore Him,

    Christ the Lord.

    Angels we have heard on high

    Angels we have heard on highSweetly singing oer the plains,

    And the mountains in replyEchoing their joyous strains.

    Gloria, in excelsis Deo!Gloria, in excelsis Deo!

    Shepherds, why this jubilee?Why your joyous strains prolong?

    What the gladsome tidings beWhich inspire your heavenly song?

    Come to Bethlehem and seeChrist Whose birth the angels sing;

    Come, adore on bended knee,Christ the Lord, the newborn King.

    See Him in a manger laid,Whom the choirs of angels praise;

    Mary, Joseph, lend your aid,While our hearts in love we raise.