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INSIDE
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Dinner theatre
promises laughter
Local photographer
brings home awards
INSIDE
Rustlers staying
positive despite
tough start
Thursday, November 13, 2014
Volume 10 Issue 21
www.lloydminstersource.com
Lloydminster remembers
Jon Clarke and Don Whiting Photos
Lloydminster Comprehensive High School hosted the annual Remembrance Day ceremony, which saw the
school’s auditorium packed with community members to honour the sacrifice made by troops in the past
and present.
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Randall Edge, Progressive Conservatives; Darrin Lameroux, Liberals; or Colleen Young, Saskatchewan Party.
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Waste water
treatment facility
project moves
without tender
by Christopher W. Brown
[email protected]
Christopher W. Brown Photo
Shelley Denis had her head shaven earlier this month in honour of her daughter Alecia
Manuel, who is battling breast cancer. Above, Denis’s head is cleaned off by her husband,
Rosaire, and grandson, Maddox.
New bylaws under
consideration by council
by Christopher W. Brown
[email protected]
Lloydminster city hall wants to regulate and control residents’ garbage and what is
dumped at the city’s landfill. At Monday’s city council meeting, councillors approved a motion that would have the
city clerk prepare a new Refuse Collection Bylaw.
City Coun. Ken Baker introduced the motion, saying that it is about finding out if the
collection system, which is currently in place, is done properly.
“Are the costs of doing the service correct? Should we be expanding the service into
more recyclables? These are the things that we want looked at,” he said.
Baker said that the bylaw would look at waste and how the city goes along in collecting
it.
Along with the refuse bylaw, a potential new tipping fee will be included at the Lloydminster Landfill in the form of a landfill bylaw.
Baker said that he cannot comment on a potential increase to services when he hasn’t
seen the final report.
“At the end of the day, we haven’t seen the draft of the bylaw,” he said. Baker said he
wouldn’t be in favour of any increase to taxpayers because of the bylaw.
“At the end of the day, we have to remember that we have to cover the landfill,” he said.
Baker said that liability of the landfill was a potential $3 million.
“Under the law, we have to set aside that much money to do that. So at the end of the
day, we have to cover that landfill,” he said.
Lloydminster city council has decided to move forward
on a $1.74 million contract without putting it out to tender
for potential bids. On Monday, councillors awarded the mechanical waste
water treatment facility preliminary design to ISL Engineering and Land Services, from Edmonton, for the cost
of $1.74 million.
“There was concern that a tender of this magnitude,
which is just under $1.8 million, should be subjected to a
tendering process,” Coun. Linnea Goodhand said. “That
is absolutely true and that is what we do here at the city,
we try to ensure that we get the best product for the least
amount of dollars.
“ISL was chosen for this particular stage because we are
already a couple of stages into the project, and we are a few
stages into the project and to go back and start fresh with
a different consultant would not be terribly cost effective
and certainly not time effective as well.”
Goodhand said that the city decided that they would use
the expertise that the city already has to go forward.
“We want to be progressive and time effective as well,”
she added.
“The current mechanical waste water treatment facility is
a SAGR system, which basically uses a lagoon.” Goodhand
said, adding that the lagoons are a major part of the system
and they have hit critical mass.
“It’s currently doing as much as it can for a city of our
size and we need to either improve it or expand it, or make
a bold change to a new system,” she said.
Councillors made the decision to go ahead, “to make
those bold changes,” according to Goodhand.
Goodhand said that the change would go to a mechanical system.
If there is no change, the system would begin to fail.
“Then the Saskatchewan Water Security would come in
and penalize us for failing,” said Goodhand.
Goodhand said that this move would make sure that the
citizens’ needs were being met.
“We are fine right now, but the needs assessments say
that we won’t be fine for long. So the decision is what do
we do and how quickly do we do it and how much will it
cost us?”
Goodhand said that the new system will be beneficial to
the environment, which the city aspires to.
“The expectation would be that it will provide better
quality of water at the end of the system,” she said.
“In the perfect world, there might be some good use for
the clean water that comes out the other end.”
Goodhand said that there will be some budget requests
to move the project forward, but the consultant that has
been hired as of today was to provide them with a preliminary design.
“We are still in the question asking phase, so that they
can provide us with the answers,” she said. “Then it will
come before council as budget asks.”
Goodhand said that the end goal is to have the new
system in place for up to 40 years.
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Jamie Polmateer Photo
The Lloydminster Bobcats hooked
up with Pizza 73 for their Slices for
Smiles fundraiser, signing youngsters’
jerseys and raising money for the
Children’s Miracle Network.
Back row, from left, Mitchell Brennan,
Troy Rapuano, Tyler Kunz, Bryce
Woodward and Brett Everson. Front
row, Easton Clarke, Kaidyn Lisoway
and Austin Yaremchuck.
Traffic lights coming in order of priority
STAFF
WRITER
by Christopher W. Brown
[email protected]
The corner of 25 Street and 53 Avenue will be
more pedestrian friendly come the end of the year.
At Monday’s meeting, council decided to move
forward on installing traffic lights at the intersection.
City Coun. Linnea Goodhand said that the intersection has been on council’s radar for some time,
and now the project fits into the budget.
“We know that there are more pedestrians
crossing at this intersection, compared to other
intersections that might need a traffic light,” she
said.
Goodhand said that with the schools in the area,
this intersection is essentially a corridor for pedestrians.
“It’s a corridor for small humans and big
humans,” she said.
Goodhand said that the intersection was looked
at some time ago, and was scored on a scale up
to 100, and the intersection scored the highest on
all the intersections that were looked at during the
time of inspection.
“There are a number of factors that come into
play and the number one is sheer traffic and that is
self evident,” said Goodhand.
“Posted speed signs was another, the faster or
slower determines a little bit more on what the
traffic lights are. Also, the pedestrian count, its
another factor.”
Goodhand said that each factor is weighted
differently.
“Our experts tell us that once you weigh each
criteria, you come up with a number and that
number creates a sense of urgency around that
intersection,” she said.
Currently there is a pedestrian cross walk at the
intersection.
“Again, if we took the number today, we might
see a different outcome, but we can’t be completely
current with our numbers,” she added.
“We are dealing with some historical needs
and we are going to address those needs going
forward.”
Goodhand admitted that this intersection isn’t
the only one that is troublesome.
“There are a lot of troublesome intersections
that are in this town,” she said. “It’s just a matter
of targeting (those intersection) in an order of
priority.”
The other intersection that was discussed was
the three-way intersection near Lakeland College.
“That intersection, I suspect, we see really high
traffic counts but we don’t, believe, see really high
pedestrian traffic there,” she said.
The new traffic lights at the intersection will cost
$181,594.00 plus GST. Streetlights going energy efficient
by Christopher W. Brown
[email protected]
The City of Lloydminster is looking
at replacing the current set of streetlights with energy efficient LED
lights, and is asking ATCO to pony
up more money to do so.
During Monday’s council meeting,
councillors approved an increase of
0.5 per cent, from 10.5 to 11 per cent
for franchising fees to ATCO Electric.
The decision to increase the
franchise fee came down to the
ultimate decision of replacing the
streetlights in the city, according to
Coun. Ken Baker.
“Someone has to pay for the power
and the streetlights ... and we want
to change the lighting system to LED
lighting,” he said.
Baker said that this would reduce
the cost of operating the streetlights
in the city.
“It costs a certain amount of money
to install them initially, but will cost
less money to operate them,” he said.
The councillor added that at the
end of day, “Even if we saved 40 per
cent on electrical power ... I think it’s
a healthy saving.” That saving would
come back to the city, according to
Baker.
Franchise fees are what utility
companies pay to use the city’s rightof-ways, according to Baker.
“ATCO provides services to the
city, and they are able to use the
• When you look up at the blue sky and see little white dots flying around,
you’re actually seeing your own white blood cells.
• The Pirate Bay tried buying their own island in hopes of making their own
country with no copyright laws.
• When bitten by caterpillars, plants send chemical SOS signals to parasitic
wasps that attack the caterpillars.
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storyline was not appropriate.
• Lego men have those little holes in the top of their head to allow air to
pass through should a child ever get one stuck in their throat.
• A moon-sized diamond was found in space and has been named “Lucy”
after the Beatle’s song “Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds”.
Coun. Ken Baker
right-of-ways that belong to the city.
The right-of-ways have gas lines and
power lines.”
Baker said the franchise fee that is
given to the city comes from the sale
of power.
He also added that the fees can
also go back to the city in the form
of cutting grass around the rightof-ways, and other upkeep the city
does.
“There are miles of right-of-ways
in the city and they have to be looked
after properly,” said Baker.
Baker, who introduced the motion,
said that the small increase would not
hurt the taxpayers of the community.
Alan Cayford, director of public
works, said that the franchise fee is
a small portion of the overall power
bill that taxpayers see.
“In an average power bill for
someone that is using 625 kilowatts
hours per month, based on the July
rates is about 49 cents on your power
bill,” he said.
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Jaime Polmateer Photo
Belly dancer Anya showing off
her skills at The Root: Community
Emporium on Sat, Nov. 8.
The
evening included a live performance
and traditional Indian cuisine.
Kids start climbing at Queen Elizabeth School
Jon Clarke Photo
Tyra Krykowski-Lumgair, a student at Queen Elizabeth School, enjoys the
school’s new climbing wall, purchased with donations made by the now disbanded Trafalgar Community Centre.
by Jon Clarke
[email protected]
Phys-ed at Queen Elizabeth School just got more awesome.
Volleyball, soccer and gymnastics might still be staples of grade school
activity, but now kids can get vertical with the school’s new climbing wall
and it’s sure to be a main draw going into the future.
“We’re always looking for new ideas to add a more exciting twist to phys-ed
and not only look at the traditional sports, but raise exposure to other areas as
well,” said acting vice-principal Justin Saulnier.
The wall was installed last April with safety in mind. The 10-by-20 foot unit
is outfitted with safety mats and kids are challenged to make their way horizontally across the wall, rather than vertically, never climbing higher than
3.5 feet off the ground. They even play games on the wall; one even involves
solving math equations.
This comes as part of the school’s push to introduce activities to children
that will carry on through their teen years and into adulthood.
“With our phys-ed program, we’re really looking at life-long pursuits,”
said Saulnier. “We also view this as an activity that can carry on as an active
pursuit when the kids are older ... it’s definitely something that can promote
activity for our whole school.”
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The wall isn’t the only unique activity that students can take part in, either.
From snowshoeing to making use of cross-country skis and the outdoor rink,
kids are gaining more exposure to activities often forgotten in a traditional
curriculum. They are even midway through their second year of certification
for the National Archery in Schools program.
“I thought that the climbing wall would be a natural fit,” said Saulnier.
The idea for the wall came to him after he attended a conference from the
Saskatchewan Physical Education Association, which advocated for rock
climbing. But at the time, the school just didn’t have the funds to make it into
a reality.
That’s when the Trafalgar Community Association stepped in.
The now disbanded group, which operated out of the Trafalgar Community
Centre, couldn’t keep up with the repairs on the centre and came to the
unanimous decision to sell the building and the land as an acreage. The
money from the sale was split up and donated among communities around
Trafalgar.
“Most of our kids go to this school, from the community,” said Murray
Wright, past member of the board for the Trafalgar Community Association.
It was agreed; there wasn’t any better place to put a portion of their money
but in the school. In total, $15,000 was received by Queen Elizabeth, with
$8,000 put toward the purchase of the wall and the rest for new picnic tables
for the play yard.
“Schools can always use extra cash for different projects that they may not
be able to get funding for otherwise,” said Wright. “So we put this $15,000
out to Queen Elizabeth School so that they could then do what they wanted
for a special project. We left it up to them with what they wanted to do. And
I couldn’t be happier with what they’ve done.”
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Serving up laughs for dinner theatre
by Jon Clarke
[email protected]
Don’t Dress for Dinner, a farcical comedy about
lies growing to ridiculous proportions, is coming
to the Vic Juba Community Theatre from Nov.
19–21. And it’s part of a dinner theatre package.
After savouring a full-course roast baron of
Alberta beef dinner (with a dessert of chocolate
cake or strawberry shortcake), guests will enjoy a
onstage tale of lust, betrayal and misunderstandings.
The play comes as the Community Players’
yearly performance and seasoned actor Matt
Newman’s directorial debut.
“The community players have done a play every
year for the past several years and yeah, we’ve got
a pretty good following,” said Newman.
After reviewing potential plays to put on this
year, he set out to bring something extra special to
the audience. Being a huge fan of comedy himself,
he knows how a good laugh-fest can affect the
lives of viewers, if only for an evening or two.
“I wanted something where people could
completely forget about their daily lives, work
and everything else and just really, really enjoy the
moment,” said Newman.
The Community Players agree; this one’s a real
gut-buster.
“If laughter is the best medicine, if that’s true,
then this can cure cancer,” said David Woods, one
of the cast members, “‘cause this is hilarious.”
The story concerns a man named Bernard who
plans a romantic weekend with his mistress while
his wife is away. He invites his friend Robert along
to visit as well, as an alibi. But it turns out that his
wife and Robert are also secret lovers. Craziness
ensues, as people’s alibis get confused and lies
spin out of control.
“This here is a very proficient way of escaping,
Jon Clarke Photo
Part of the Community Players and cast of Don’t Dress for Dinner: Cornelius Krahn, Joelle Collins, David
Woods, Candace Scobie and Nadine Walker-Perry.
for me. To go and be somebody completely unlike
myself,” said Woods, who plays Robert. “‘Cause
I’ve been married 24 years. Honestly – and this goes
on the record for my wife – Robert is completely
opposite of what I actually am.”
This year, those who passed auditions and
became Community Players come from all
different walks of life, from teachers, healthcare workers, vet clinicians and car salespeople.
Though they’ve got very busy, real lives, they’ve
still been committed to practice more and more
leading up to their performance this Nov. 19.
“We try and put on as good a play as we can.
Something you might see in the city and pay huge
dollars for,” said Newman. “We’re trying to accumulate all the great things that all seven of us can
come up with to make one play.
“They’re like my second family, they’re a lot of
fun,” he added.
“They’ve got quirks, idiosyncrasies ... they’re
a diverse cast that really comes together to make
something special.”
The cast expects a ton of laughs, but beyond that,
actor Cornelius Krahn, who plays Bernard, thinks
that this play will do one better than any run-ofthe-mill comedy.
See “Dinner theatre,” Page 13
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Offsite Levy
Bylaw Update
OPEN HOUSE
November 18, 2014
6:00 - 8:00 pm
City Hall Council Chambers
Bylaw that sets the per hectare levy charged for new
development to recover the cost of offsite infrastructure. The
City requests all developers and landowners of undeveloped
land within City limits to attend our open house, where staff will
be presenting and seeking input on proposed changes to the
Offsite Levy Bylaw.
For more information on the project or the consultation session
please contact Naren Garg, Project Manager/Consultant at
[email protected]
or call 403-770-9191
Franchise Fee
Amendment Notice
Please be advised that the City of Lloydminster is proposing to
amend its franchise agreement with ATCO Electric Ltd. This
franchise agreement requires ATCO Electric to pay the City a
franchise fee based on ATCO Electric’s actual gross revenue from
the Distribution Tariff rates charged for Distribution Access
Service within the City of Lloydminster.
The franchise fee agreement currently requires ATCO Electric to
pay the City 10.5 per cent. The proposed amendment to the
agreement would increase the franchise fee to 11 per cent
effective January 1, 2015. The franchise fee applies to ATCO
Electric’s revenues for delivery of electric power. It does not apply
to the cost of the power itself. Franchise fees are recovered as
part of a utility delivery charge, and are required to be billed as a
separate charge on all electric billings.
The effect on this charge is minimal for the average residential
customer but will depend on a customer’s consumption. The
effect on a residential customer using 625kWh is an increase of
$0.49 per month. Customers should contact ATCO Electric if they
would like more specific details regarding how this change would
affect their bill.
Residents of the City of Lloydminster have until Friday, Nov. 28 at
9 a.m. to make their concerns known to the City of Lloydminster.
Please contact the City for more information:
Alan Cayford
Director of Public Works
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[email protected]
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Where’s the accountability?
Opinion
by Christopher W. Brown
[email protected]
At Monday’s Lloydminster city council meeting, council
dropped a whopping $1.7 million without blinking an eye.
The $1.7 million will go towards the preliminary design
of the new mechanical water treatment facility.
Now for a council that says that they are working for
the people, I’m not really sure how handing out that much
money to a company without going through the proper
process, is truly working for the people.
To Coun. Linnea Goodhand’s own admission, to the
question shouldn’t have the project gone to tender, there
was some concern about the project not going to tender.
Council was told that the project was too far along to stop
midway and get the project out to tender.
It wouldn’t be cost effective and time efficient, councillors
said.
Even if you’re into a project waist deep, isn’t it proper
governmental practice to send out a request for tender for a
project of this magnitude?
I’m all for making sure a project gets done on time and
under cost, but wouldn’t it have been better for council to
ask for a tender when a possible lower cost to the taxpayers
could have been found?
To council’s own admission, the current water treatment
facility is operating OK.
So, take the extra two or three months to get a proper
estimate on the cost tender process would have taken and
get the best company.
The contract that was handed to the Edmonton company
just doesn’t pass the smell test.
And council seemed to have been OK with this lack
of due process. All councillors, excluding Coun. Jason
Whiting, who was absent from the meeting, voted in favour
of handing this large chunk of money over to a company
without a tendering process.
Are we to believe that if we switched companies
midstream everything would break down? Are we to
believe that if a tender process was sent out, the project
would have been delayed for a long period of time?
I guess we will never actually know the answers to those
questions.
Council will have some explaining to do if they want the
community to believe that giving this amount of money to
a company, without exploring other potential options, was
the right thing to do.
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Think about the country.
The farm.
Plains that go on forever in all directions.
That’s where Megan Nash comes from; that was
her childhood. And she found a piece of that over
the summer time, in Palmer Saskatchewan.
“It’s absolutely breathtaking out here, the view,”
says Nash. “There’s nothing in the way to see the
sunset. So that’s definitely inspired my lyrics as
well.”
The Saskatchewan-born singer/songwriter with
a voice that’s way bigger than most people’s grew
up in a place like that, on a farm wedged between
a hamlet and a town. And it was there, as a child,
where she always felt most inspired, trudging
through patches of field or watching a Saskatchewan twilight.
Her last album was a digital EP called She Said,
She Said, a three-song jaunt released in September
2013, which she went on to share with many across
the province. But after visiting the Palmer Church
for a show, her songwriting went into overdrive.
It was sense of community within the town and
the strange energy which seemed to exist within
the church walls that did it for her. So at the tail-end
of springtime, she’d return to Palmer once again to
make it her new home.
She now spends most of her time in the 100-yearold church, which stopped being a place of worship
in the ‘70s and became a place for community
gatherings and live shows instead.
“I’ve talked to people who used to attend this
church and they love what’s been done to it and
how it’s being used now,” she says. “It’s a rural
church that is still active in a sense. There are still
people paying attention to it, loving it.”
So is she. Every day and many nights over the
summertime, Nash spent countless hours within
the church with a guitar in hand, soaking in the
inspiration, practicing her guitar skills and writing
the lyrics for her new album, Song Harvest Volume
1, due for release sometime in the new year.
“With this album I really wanted to put myself
out of my comfort zone, really wanted to,” she
says, and that the isolation helps not only as an
incentive to continue playing, but serves as an
emotional conductor for her lyrics.
“What draws me to the prairies is that feeling
of vulnerability,” says Nash. “There are no trees
to protect you. You’re just out there against the
elements. You feel that breeze, you feel that wind.”
The church has become important to her and
so has the land surrounding it. It’s a place of
isolation and solitude, but it also reminds her of
her childhood. That hodgepodge of nostalgia and
raw feeling are coming together to make for a real
human element to the songs she’s recorded for
Song Harvest.
“It was really important for this album to feel
live off the floor, no overdubs and what you hear
is what I’m capable of,” says Nash. “And sure it’s
flawed, but it’s real ... A raw, human element is
OK, it doesn’t have to be perfect.”
Couple that with the fact that she recorded her
album in the church as well and people can expect
a live, off the floor feel, with all the beautiful imperfections that come with that style of recording.
“With this album I really wanted to put myself
out of my comfort zone,” she says and that should
show in the lyrics she’s written in the Palmer
Church. They’re honest ones, touching on those
feelings of vulnerability and isolation one gets
See “Megan Nash,” Page 20
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Nov. 13-20
Beginner iPhone
Offered by the Lloydminster
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Thursdays from 6:30 to 8:30
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Nov. 14
Legacy Centre
jamboree
Doors open and dancing begins
at 5 p.m., supper served at 6
p.m. Then the jam begins. Cost
is $12 per person at the door. All
members and guests welcome.
Call the Legacy Centre at 780875-4584 for more information.
All interested musicians call
Chris Bysouth at 780-8754584.
Nov. 15
Rowdy pianos
The Lloydminster Skating Club
presents the Calgary-based
Dueling Pianos at Rolling Green
Fairways. Cocktails are from
5:30 to 6:30 p.m., dinner at
6:30 p.m. and entertainment at
8 p.m. Silent auction and social
to follow. Tickets are $60 each
or a corporate table of eight
for $440. All proceeds going
to the Lloydminster Skating
Club. Tickets are available at
Optiks International (1724-50
Ave.), by emailing lsc.info@
lloydminsterskating.com or call
Ashley at 780-870-4203.
jamboree
At the Singing Watiress Cafe
(4910-49 St.). Lunch available.
For more information call 306825-5505.
Nov. 15-16
legacy centre bus trip
The trip on Columbine
Coachlines goes to the Rosebud
Theatre in Rosebud, Alta.
for their Christmas musical,
The Lion, the Witch and the
Wardrobe. They will be spending
the night in Strathmore before
heading to Spruce Meadows in
Calgary for their International
Christmas Market. They will
check out before boarding the
bus and will make their way
home at approximately 9 to
9:30 p.m. Cost of this one-night
trip is $275 per person (double
occupancy) or $325 per person
(single occupancy). The trip is
filling fast, so don’t wait to sign
up. Call Legacy Centre office
at 780-875-4584 for more
information.
Nov. 16
moose breakfast
At the Moose Lodge (5213-57
St.) from 8:30 to 11 a.m. Cost
is $8 per person. Prepared
and served by members of the
Moose Lodge. Head out and
enjoy a great breakfast.
Nov. 17
reiki share
Monthly Reiki share begins at
7:30 p.m., registration at 7 p.m..
at Serenity Yoga Studio (Bay
14B, 1805-50 Ave., next to the
south side Fabutan). Welcome
to all Reiki Practitioners (Level 1
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nutrition, stress/emotions. It is
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Nov. 19
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Begins at 10:30 a.m. at Second
Cup in Lloydminster. Open to
anyone living with MS and their
support partners/family/friends.
For more information contact
Patty at the MS Office, 780871-0513.
Nov. 20
military whist
tournament
At the Legacy Centre, play
begins at 10 a.m. Cost is $10 to
play and $8 for lunch. Everyone
welcome. Call Legacy Centre
for more information at 780875-4584.
MS Society young
people’s group
Begins at 6 p.m. at The
Community Services Building.
For those affected by MS
between the ages 18-40 and
their family members/support
partners. This month is a pot
luck so please call to register.
For more information contact
Patty at the MS office, 780871-0513.
Nov. 21
Lloydminster social
family dance
At the Legacy Centre (510146 St.) Admission is $12 for
adults. Music of Country Callers
from 7:30 to 10:30 p.m. Lunch
provided after.
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Don Whiting, representing the Border City Collectors’ Club presents Lloydminster
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meeting. Proceeds were raised from the collectors’ clubs annual show.
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More than a feeling: Luke Dowler
by Jon Clarke
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Luke Dowler was just a music geek, growing up in a little ski town called
Whitefish, just over the border in Montana. His dad was in the military, so
they moved around a lot.
As he grew up, he say the landscapes change. But one thing stuck with him.
“Music was kind of one thing that I did take with me everywhere I went,”
he said.
One day, he’d be a musician himself, but for the longest time, he would
listen to other artists and feel as if he knew them through their music, or at
least wanted to understand why they wrote what they did.
“I was a geek,” he said. “I would dive into that stuff and want to get into
the mind of the artist ... and I was really impacted by that, you know? It’s
basically why I decided to do what I do.”
For him, music wasn’t just sounds coming out of a speaker – it was
something a little more special than that.
“At the end of the day, I want to have a good time, so I’ll try and create stuff
on the fly – none of my shows are the same, especially when I’m touring,” he
says.
On the other side of the music, however, Dowler has a drive to create change.
“It’s always kind of corny when you say ‘I want to change the world for the
better,’” he says. “I want to have a hit record as well, but at the end of the day
I think I want to feel like I made a difference with what I decided to put my
hands to, which is music.”
He will be on stage this Nov. 15 at 8 p.m. and will share the evening with the
Zachary Lucky Band. Cover charge is $15.
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“First and foremost, music played a huge role in shaping and defining
certain moments of my life and it’s always been something that I’ve always
wanted to create the opportunity to do for other people,” he said. “Music
helped me get through situations, it gave me a safe place to even define who
I was.”
Grown up now, he wants to provide that safe place for other people, too.
With a passion for not only music, but for talking about injustice in the world,
he’s managed to reach people on a deeper level over his 10 years in the music
industry.
“I’ve written songs that have been used for anti-human-trafficking
campaigns and songs that have been used for homeless shelter organizations,
so for me, music is the king – inside that, it provides so much opportunity to
just create, to be a voice for the voiceless,” he says. “But at the same time, let
loose, have fun and rock out.”
His music has been described as a lot of different genres; indie, rock, pop
and soul among them. But Dowler is OK with having the freedom to play
with that wide range of styles.
“You can hear all sorts of different influences in there. I just kind of put it in
a grab-bag and write a song,” he says.
In the past, he’s had a taste of many styles. He started out in a ska band and
he even had a brief stint in a rap/rock band, but now, one can pick out aspects
of many genres in his music.
“Whether it’s a Bob Dylan tune or whether it’s a Katie Perry song – there’s a
wide gap there – but still, songs are kind of what have captured me,” he says.
“It hasn’t been about style. It’s about what the song is talking about. The style
is kind of just the clothing the song is dressed up in.”
His upcoming performance at The Root: Community Emporium, he says,
will probably be the “loudest acoustic concert you’ll go to.”
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Local photographer scores three
awards at image competition
by Jaime Polmateer
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Lloydminster’s Nicole Noyce cleaned up at the
Annual Image Competition in Regina early this
month, taking away three awards, including the
coveted Photographer of the Year.
The competition, put on by the Professional
Photographers Of Canada (PPOC) for Saskatchewan and Manitoba, also honoured her with the
Best Fashion Award for her image Red Green
Fashion Fix and Best Figure Study Award for a
photo called Fortitude.
“It feels good,” she said of the honours. “I try
to treat every session I go into as if it is meant for
competition. I want to give my clients the best
possible work that I can give them. So, really it’s
just a representation of the work that I feel I do all
the time.”
Noyce also won Photographer of the Year back
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recognized, she gives a great deal of credit to her
employees down at Noyce Photography. Without
their help, she feels she wouldn’t have the schedule
space or resources to achieve such accomplishments.
“I am proud of my staff because without such a
solid staff and so much help, I wouldn’t have time
to do any competitions or develop the work that
we’ve been able to develop here,” she said.
The awards seem even more impressive when
one takes into account that Noyce is mostly selftaught, never having attended post-secondary for
photography. She began as “the family photographer” doing personal work and learning through
trial and error.
During that time she worked as assistant
manager at Real Canadian Superstore for 20 years,
giving her a lot of customer service experience,
until she left on maternity leave with her second
daughter. It was then that she decided to start her
own photography business.
“It turns out you work a lot more when you run
your own business, but we saw the opportunity
and the demand was there and we made a business
of it,” she said.
Since becoming a member of PPOC, she has been
granted many educational opportunities through
the organization, beefing up on everything from
the business side of things to enhancing her artistic
capabilities.
“So it’s been very instrumental in developing
my skills,” she said.
Her love for photography has led her to be able
to make a living from the craft. She said she’s
glad to be able to support herself and her children
through a job that allows her to be creative and
even though it’s a high pressure field that takes a
lot of energy, she feels fortunate to be a part of it.
But again, it really comes down to her clients and
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those she works with.
“I would really like to thank my clients and my
staff,” she said. “Because without having clients
that believe in me and staff that works with me,
I would not be able to do the competitions and
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Canucks now
seeking recipient
for next year’s
tournament
by Jaime Polmateer
[email protected]
The Kitscoty Canucks are looking for a recipient
for their sixth annual recreational hockey tournament fundraiser taking place next march.
Aside from the games themselves, the tournament raises money for families of those in need
with auctions, donations and a few other affiliated
events.
“Usually we have six teams and then family and
friends show up and we have a beer garden and
stuff like that,” said Darris Gartner, tournament
organizer.
“106.1 The Goat, they always put it on air for us
and they usually do a radio auction on air. Then
we usually have the silent auction at the tournament, so people can come out and buy the items
and that’s how we give them the money.”
He said they also sell tickets for a steak night
at the Canadian Brewhouse where donations are
accepted as well. According to the Lloydminster
Bobcats’ website, since it started, the tournament
has raised an average of $30,000 each year for the
selected recipient.
“I never really put a limit on it, I never really
have any expectations, I just tell everybody that I
want to make sure I make them some money and
hopefully it’s over $10,000,” said Gartner.
Last year’s recipient was Evan Wolgien, who
had money donated to help him travel back and
forth to Vancouver for medical treatments.
The Canucks’ website says “the recipient is
selected based primarily on financial need, and the
donation is made directly to the selected recipient.”
Potential recipients can apply by Gartner at
780-870-0513 or [email protected]
Christopher W. Brown Photo
MR Pets had a special Christmas visitor earlier this month, when representatives from the SPCA
gave residents a chance to take photos with ol’ Saint Nick.
Dinner theatre
Continued from Page 6
“I think a lot of people are going to learn
about themselves by watching other people go
through this situation,” said Krahn. “Yes, it’s
farce, yes, it’s blown way out of proportion,
but there’s still some truth, there are still some
things about human nature that are involved in
the characters and in the play itself.”
And the thing about plays is that one can
only view them while it’s being performed.
Netflix won’t help you if you miss this one, said
Newman, so anyone interested should pick up
tickets and enjoy the show – it won’t be here
forever.
Tickets are $35 for dinner, $25 for the performance or $60 for both. They can be purchased
at the Vic Juba box office, online at www.vicjubatheatre.ca or over the phone at 780-872-7400.
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Horizon Energy Park opens
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by Christopher W. Brown
[email protected]
A section of land along Highway
303 has been launched as the newest
energy park in the Lloydminster
region. Horizon Energy Park had its
official ribbon cutting late last week,
and members from the RM of Wilton
and staff of the Energy Park were on
hand to cut the ceremonial ribbon.
John Radostits, president of the
Horizon Energy Park, said that the
new energy park has been years in
the making.
“We are located off Highway 303,
and Range Road 3273, in the RM of
Wilton. We are about a kilometre
from the Husky upgrader and about
Christopher W. Brown Photo
Members of the Horizon Energy Park and RM of Wilton staff and council were on hand last week for the official opening
of the new Horizon Energy Park located at the corner of Highway 303 and Range Road 3273.
four kilometres from the city of Lloydminster,” he said. “We have been working on this
industrial subdivision for the last
Congratulations!
three and a half years, and we are
happy to have (Friday, Nov. 7) as the
day we have our grand opening of
Phase 1 of the project.”
Congratulations on your Grand Opening!
Radostits said that the park is set
up in three phases.
See “Horizon,” Page 15
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ACREAGE FOR
SALE BY TENDER
The following property located approximately 20
minutes from Lloydminster, 8 minutes from Marshall,
Saskatchewan and 10 minutes from Lashburn,
Saskatchewan, all accessed by pavement except for
2 miles, is offered by tender, subject to subdivision.
Pt. NW 7 - 49 - 25 W3 (containing approximately
20 acres +/-) 2964 square foot home containing 7
bedrooms,
updated
kitchen,
renovated
bathrooms, recently finished basement and wood
burning fireplace. Multiple outbuildings including
barn, garage and 44’ x 90’ steel Quonset all with
power. Barnyard has new corrals and multiple
heated water bowls. Acreage boundaries include 3
acre grass pasture with dugout.
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Christopher W. Brown Photo
Lloydminster Rescue Chief Norm Namur was presented a cheque earlier this month by Yvon Cleroux and
his wife Debra. The Cleroux faimly raised money on Halloween by running the Halloween House on 49
Street.
Horizon
Continued from Page 14
“We are launching Phase 1 right now, although
we are almost 50 per cent sold out of Phase 1,” he
said.
“The lots are anywhere between one to three
acres in size. If someone wants a larger portion,
then it becomes like Lego blocks and they can just
buy a number of lots and put them together.”
Radostits said that the executive of the energy
park hopes to have the park full of people
providing services to the energy field.
“We think that with the proximity of Highway
303 and (Highway) 16, it will be a good transportation area.”
Energy services are not the only companies
looking at the the new energy park, Radostits
explained.
“We have logistic companies coming and looking
at the park as well. We have logistic guys looking
at the lots for potential assembly.”
Radostits said that when he and his partner met
with the RM of Wilton 3.5 years ago, there was
only a small energy park in the RM.
“Looking at the trends that were happening in
the energy industry, we thought there was a large
demand for another energy park,” he said.
Radostits added that he continuously heard from
energy companies about the reduced inventory of
land to expand.
“So we thought there was an opportunity for a
park with lots of this size.”
Further information or viewing can be provided by
contacting Brandi (250) 571 - 9525 or Jenn
(250) 320 - 1503.
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deposit, payable to ROBERTSON MOSKAL
SARSONS - “IN TRUST” and identified as “Tender
re Elgin - File 2128.14584 WAM” the “highest” or
any tender not necessarily accepted, but in the event
of acceptance, the successful tender will be notified
and unsuccessful tender deposits returned.
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payable no later than 30 days after acceptance by
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Zachary Lucky brings a bigger sound
by Jon Clarke
[email protected]
It’s not quite folk and it’s not quite country – it’s
Americana.
That’s the style of music Zachary Lucky plays.
He’s a Winnipeg-born musician with many
accolades and six albums under his belt.
He’s a traveller, too; it comes with the territory.
Talking on the phone, he had just driven back to
Saskatoon from Winnipeg to sit on his couch for
the first time in two and a half months. But even
when he’s running out of steam, he loves it all the
same.
“I was saying to somebody the other day, even at
the end of the day, when you’ve made 50 bucks and
you’re tired and you’re sleeping on a hardwood
floor, you’re still doing something that you love.
And there’s nothing I’d rather be doing than being
on the road with good people and going to new
places and meeting new people. It’s a pretty wild
trip.”
His previous tour last fall was strictly a Canadian
one, but on his current tour, he’s taken him and his
band all around the world.
“This tour is bigger in a broader sense. It’s going
more places, it’s busier, it’s a little more involved,”
he said. “We’ve spent a lot of time in the states
on this tour, we spent almost the whole month
of September down south ... playing shows in
Nashville.
“We spent a week and a half playing shows in
the U.K., which is a totally different thing.”
His current lineup sees an accompaniment
of electric guitar and steel pedal guitar, but the
last time he was in Lloydminster at The Root:
Community Emporium, he was going it solo.
That’s the major difference between his last show
here and his upcoming performance at The Root
this Nov. 15.
While he’s got some new songs in the works and
looks to getting his next album out, his previous
GET Y
OUR
with it. More familiar
and comfortable with the
songs. And I can sort of
stare it in the eye now.”
One year later, Lucky
feels as if he’s become
more focused and ready
to jump into recording his
next album, broadening
his touring horizons and
making a bigger sound
than in previous years; a
sound that seems caught
between folk and country.
It’s a style that sees a lot of
attention out in Toronto,
but not so much in west.
“I sort of find myself
between a rock and a hard
place where I’m not folky
enough for the folkies and
Photo Supplied I’m not country enough for
Americana singer/songwriter Zachary Lucky will be performing with his country people,” says Lucky.
band at The Root this Saturday, Nov. 15.
“And there seems to be a
small but mighty contingent
of people who appreciate
album, The Ballad of Losing You, which he toured
that middle ground.”
at The Root last year, was one inspired by a harsh
But he’s OK with that and plans on carrying that
time in his life – a breakup – but also, perhaps in sound into the future of his music. Now, with a
equal measure, the joys of hitting the road on tour. new band he hooked up with in the summer time,
“When you first make a record, you’re always a he comes to the tail end of his current tour, looks
little unsure of yourself. There’s that time between away from a record written during hard times and
when you make it and when you put it out that back to the future, more focused than ever.
you just kind of wonder if you should actually put
“I think it was a closing of a chapter in my life,
it out,” he said.
you know, it was a reckoning, it was an exorcism
But he did and after the album spent a year out in a sense,” he says of The Ballad of Losing You. “It
of his hands, he feels that out of all his previous was, if I look back at that time in my life and to
records, this was his best one yet.
where I am now, it definitely was a switch and that
“Every single part of it, every creak, every sound record was a huge part of that.”
and every chord was very intentional and where
The show this Nov. 15 begins at 8 p.m. and costs
it should be,” he says. “Detached isn’t the right $15. He will be sharing the evening with Luke
word, but I think I’ve just gotten more familiar Dowler.
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Teacher raises
money for
school in Ghana
by Jaime Polmateer
[email protected]
Neighbors Pub will be hosting a fundraiser this Saturday to gather
money and donations to help a school in Ghana, Africa.
The event will feature karaoke as well as an auction, and organizers
say they are still accepting donations of money, auction items or school
supplies for the fundraiser.
Shelley Frascer, an instructor with the organization English for Employment, is responsible for the event and said she was inspired after a trip she
took to Africa a few
years ago.
“Back in 2007, I
had the opportunity
to go to Africa and
work there as an ESL
(English as a second
language) teacher.
When I went there
I had the experience
of seeing what the
conditions at some
R
YOU
of the schools were
like,” Frascer said.
“I would certainly
like to go back and
try to help one of the
schools and maybe
help them renovate
some of their classrooms or be able
to purchase one or
two computers. You
know,
something
for
the
young
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people.”
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while living in a hamlet on the prairies. Solitude can be
an incredibly inspiring thing, says Nash, especially in
such a beautiful place – but it also comes with a darker
side; a lonely side.
“I think about being honest with your state of mind and
not sugar coating it if you’re feeling a little bit extreme,”
says Nash. “Just writing about it, I didn’t sugar coat
anything.”
Nash will be performing many of those new songs
at The Root: Community Emporium Nov. 13, right on
the heels of a summer that changed everything for her
musically.
“It was one of the most inspiring summers of my life,”
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Outgoing Lloydminster Games Society president Marlene Schonheiter presents a cheque for
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by Leah Mann
Have you ever thought of freezing carrots?
I had not either, until my grandma wrote a cookbook and included this
recipe called ‘carrots for freezing.’
I know a lot of my passion for cooking comes from my grandma. She is an
extraordinary cook. I have had the privilege of watching her cook for years
and learned many techniques.
Grandma has been inspired from her Russian background and from her
mother. Her many specialties include perogies, homemade French bread,
borscht, blintzes, and lemon poppyseed loaf. Even today, it is not uncommon
to call Grandma and she has just baked eight dozen cinnamon buns.
Grandma said that if you have extra carrots from the garden, this is the
perfect way to use them.
This recipe is essentially slow cooking carrots in the oven. The carrots need
to be sliced very thin. I used a food processer to slice them, but of course you
can also do it by hand.
Grandma said, “A lady that I had given this recipe to said these were so
good they didn’t reach the freezer. They ate them all in two weeks.”
I felt the same way when I took them out of the oven, they were just delicious.
Thank you Grandma, for always inspiring me.
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4 cups water
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Connecting to your community
centre, The Christmas Hamper Project, and so
many more.
I ask you take a moment to consider that these
two subjects are on a parallel. We often take for
granted that we live in a peaceful country and that
we have a hot meal and shelter every night. For so
many people in our country this is far from their
norm. Many people suffer in silence around us –
many are dealing with catastrophic circumstances
that we could only imagine.
Today, I ask that you take time to think about
who may need a helping hand. Is it the man you
see on the corner who asks for your spare change?
Is it the family who looks like they struggle more
than the rest of your neighbours? Is it the lady who
comes to work every day with a smile on her face,
and is always there to lend a hand and supportive
ear? No one truly knows the dynamics of what is
going on, but if we take a moment to simply listen
and pay attention they may allow their need to be
revealed.
I’d like to point out one last item before I close
this week’s column. Being connected and fully
present need not only apply to people in need in
your community. There are people in your life
that need your love and support also. I encourage
you today, while you are deciding who it is that
you would like to help, also take a few minutes to
reach out to those you love and share with them
how much they mean to you. The power of care
and connection is immense and may just be the
thing that could save someone’s life.
I found a beautiful quote from Maya Angelou
that I felt was fitting to share with you all today: “If
one has courage, nothing can dim the light which
shines from within.”
I am sending you all love and light today, as we
all begin to reconnect for the greater good of our
universe.
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models delivered in Canada between November 1 and December 1, 2014. Credit is a manufacturer to consumer incentive (tax inclusive) and credit value depends on model purchased: $750 credit available on all eligible GMC vehicles. Offer applies to eligible current owners or lessees of any Pontiac/Saturn/SAAB/Hummer/Oldsmobile model year 1999 or newer vehicle or Chevrolet Cobalt or HHR that
has been registered and insured in Canada in the customer’s name for the previous consecutive six (6) months. Credit valid towards the retail purchase or lease of one eligible 2013/2014/2015 MY GMC SUV, crossover and pickup models delivered in Canada between November 1 and December 1, 2014. Credit is a manufacturer to consumer incentive (tax inclusive) and credit value depends on model
purchased: $1500 credit available on all eligible GMC vehicles. Offer applies to eligible current owners or lessees of any model year 1999 or newer pick-up truck that has been registered and insured in Canada in the customer’s name for the previous consecutive six (6) months. Credit is a manufacturer to consumer incentive (tax inclusive): $1,000 credit available towards the retail purchase, cash
purchase or lease of one eligible 2013/2014 or 2015 MY GMC light or heavy duty pickup (except Canyon) delivered in Canada between November 1 and December 1, 2014. Offer is transferable to a family member living within the same household (proof of address required). As part of the transaction, dealer may request documentation and contact General Motors of Canada Limited (GMCL) to verify
eligibility. This offer may not be redeemed for cash and may not be combined with certain other consumer incentives. Certain limitations or conditions apply. Void where prohibited by law. See your GMCL dealer for details. GMCL reserves the right to amend or terminate offers for any reason in whole or in part at any time without prior notice. †* The Automobile Journalists Association of Canada (AJAC)
comprises professional journalists, writers and photographers specializing in cars and trucks. They provide unbiased opinions of new vehicles to help consumers make better purchases that are right for them. For more information visit www.ajac.ca. †† U.S. Government 5-Star Safety Ratings are part of the U.S. Department of Transportation’s New Car Assesment Program (www.SaferCar.gov). ^ 2014
Sierra 1500 with the available 5.3L EcoTec3 V8 engine equipped with a 6-speed automatic transmission has a fuel-consumption rating of 13.0L/100km city and 8.7L/100 km hwy 2WD and 13.3L/100 km city and 9.0L/100 km hwy 4WD. Fuel consumption based on GM testing in accordance with approved Transport Canada test methods. Your actual fuel consumption may vary. Competitive fuel
consumption ratings based on Natural Resources Canada’s 2013 Fuel Consumption Guide for WardsAuto.com 2013 Large Pickup segment and latest available information at the time of posting. ** When equipped with available 6.2L EcoTec3 V8 engine. Comparison based on wardsauto.com 2013 Large Light-Duty Pickup segment and latest competitive data available. Excludes other GM vehicles.
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Improvements for Sask. Highway Hotline
A series of improvements are being made to Saskatchewan’s Highway
Hotline including a new travel planning route locator for frequently travelled
highways, as well as an updated version of the mobile website.
A travel planning locator tool has been added making travel planning easier
and more efficient. Motorists will now be able to view live snapshots of the
road conditions along the top 16 frequently travelled highways.
The new version of the mobile website will offer motorists a more convenient way to check highway conditions. When you go to www.saskatchewan.
ca/highwayhotline, the site recognizes you are on a smart phone or tablet
and will automatically take you to the mobile version. It allows motorists to
select interactive maps of Saskatchewan areas and click on specific highway
segments for conditions.
A bulletin ribbon for notifications such as amber alerts has also been added
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More enhancements are on the way including an alert icon for events such
as floods and a new tool for shippers which indicates emergency vehicle
weight, width and other restrictions at specific locations.
The latest road condition updates are available on the Highway Hotline
at www.saskatchewan.ca/live/transportation/highway-hotline. Recorded
reports are also available by calling 306-787-7623 in Regina, 306-933-8333
in Saskatoon, the SaskTel cellular network at *ROAD, and toll-free across
Canada at 1-888-335-7623.
For road closures and travel not recommended alerts on Twitter, check out
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6 BEDROOMS!
LAKESIDE
LAKESIDE OF COLLEGE PARK
NEW LISTING
$464,900
$484,900
LAKESHORE ESTATES
IMMEDIATE POSSESSION!!!
LOCATION, LOCATION, LOCATION
CAPTIVATING CUSTOM BUNGALOW
$574,900
$699,900
DREAM HOME IN COLLEGE PARK!
$859,950
$439,950
• Large bungalow, located in Parkview
• 6 bedrooms, generous kitchen & dining
area • Gas fireplace in basement family
room, RV parking • Close to schools
• Large modified bi-level
• Gas fireplace in family room
• Open concept living
• Master bedroom, walk in closet & ensuite
• 6 bedroom, 3 bathroom College Park bi-level
• Spacious foyer, open floor plan
• Fully fenced yard, 12x12 shed
• Master bedroom has ensuite and walk in closet
• 5 bedroom, 3 bath
• Silk carpet, Hickory hardwood flooring
• 9 foot ceilings, floor to ceiling stone fireplace
• Oversized heated double garage
• 3 car garage on the Sask side
• bi-level home, Larson Grove • 5 bdrm, 3 bath
• Large open plan, 10’ ceilings in the living
room • Ready for immediate possession!
• Upgraded two-storey walk out basement
home • Upgraded hardwood and ceramic
tile flooring • Main floor laundry
• 4 bedroom, 4 bath
MLS 52501
2,650 SF
• 5 beds, 5 baths, a formal dining room, 2 gas
fireplaces & has recently been repainted thru out
• Kitchen has maple cabinets, granite counters &
back splash, double wall oven, wine fridge
• 2 deck areas off the rear yard • Oversized family
room has a beautiful fireplace & the pool table
• Theatre/gym room • 23’4x27’8 garage is heated
LAKESIDE OF COLLEGE PARK
UPGRADES THROUGHOUT
TIME TO PERSONALIZE
GROWING COMMUNITY OF LASHBURN
LAKESIDE
LAKESIDE CUL-DE-SAC!
NEW LISTING
$407,900
$427,900
$459,900
MLS 51583
1,222 SF
• Custom bi-level, 2 baths, 2 bedroom
• Double attch. garage
• Master bedroom has a large walkin closet
• Living room has a natural gas stone
fireplace
VIEW OF UPPER MAKWA LAKE
MLS 52560
1,382 SF
$399,000
$399,900
MLS 51971
• 49 acres of beautiful scenery
• 1/4 sec of lease adjacent, comes with this acreage
• Services are right along side the property
• Excellent building site on North and South sides
MLS 52588
1,201 SF
• Newest phase of Lakeside
• 2 bedroom, 2 bath • Open concept living,
large dining • Vaulted ceiling in the
kitchen and living room
DECEMBER 1, 2014 POSSESSION
IMMEDIATE POSSESSION!!!
$339,900
$349,900
MLS 52619
1,258 SF
• New townhouse condo, attached garage
• 3 bedroom, 1 1/2 bath, unfinished
basement • Quartz countertops, stainless
steel kitchen appliances, washer/dryer
960 SF
• Alberta bungalow
• 3 bedrooms • Open concept plan, kitchen
overlooking the yard
• Finished basement • RV parking
$309,900
• Open concept living/dining/ kitchen area
• Main floor laundry, 2 lge
bedroomsupstairs w/4 piece bath
• Large 30’ x 24’ attached garage
MLS 52181
1,480 SF
• Relax in the cozy sitting room • Man cave
• Kitchen has plenty of updated cabinets
and counter space
• Two additional bedrooms and a bathroom
BRAND NEW SHOP
PRIME CORNER LOCATION
MLS 50975
1,693 SF
1,427 SF
1,218 SF
• 2 bedrooms, 2 baths
• Upgraded garage door and exterior
of the home
• Rear living room and open floor plan
$352,900
1,078 SF
1,330 SF
MLS 52615
1,430 SF
$365,900
$369,900
$369,900
MLS 51918
1,149 SF
• Located in Parkview Estates
• 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms
• 9’ ceilings, open concept living,
and optional fireplace
READY TO MOVE IN!
IMMEDIATE POSSESSION!!!
EXCELLENT LOCATION!
1,290 SF
• Perfect starter home or rental property
• Three bedroom home with a bedroom in
the basement • Close to downtown core
• Alberta side
• New roof in 2011, new laminate and lino flooring,
new windows • Close to shopping and schools
• Main bath has jetted tub, double detached garage
(no electricity) • Completely fenced yard
PROFESSIONAL / OFFICE / RETAIL
LLOYDMINSTERS NEWEST RENTAL
MLS 52482
958 SF
• SK starter located in Wallace field
• 2 bdrms up, large kitchen, open floor plan,
fully finished basement with • Large heated
detached garage, large deck with hot tub
SASKATCHEWAN
SASKATCHEWAN
$188,000
148 AC
• Next to Blueberry Hill golf course
• Across the road from Turtle Lake • Building or
development potential, all services
adjacent to property
MLS 51964
• Power is approx. 0.5 miles away
• Legal access south off of highway 26
• Property has farm income
• Fire 2002 - heavy regrowth new trees
PARKVIEW ESTATES
MLS 51882
1,061 SF
• Brand new bi-level plan
• Double attached garage, 22’x24’
• Vaulted ceilings throughout living
room and kitchen
NEW LISTING
$244,900
MLS 51968
• Power is approx. 0.5 miles away
• Legal access south off of highway 26
• Property has farm income
• Fire 2002 - heavy regrowth new trees
GREAT LOCATION
NEW LISTING
1,287 SF
• Lakeside bi-level home
• 3 bedrooms upstairs • Vaulted ceiling,
large entry, open concept, covered front
veranda, oversized garage
$114,900
$159,900
MLS 51963
• Power is very close to property
• Hwy 26 is only approx. 200 yds from
the SW corner of the quarter
• Fire 2002 - heavy regrowth new trees
MLS 52525
$394,900
$384,900
MLS 52599
1,061 SF
• Brand new bi-level home with attached
garage • Vaulted ceilings, ensuite off
the master bedroom with a walk
through closet
SASKATCHEWAN
$244,900
MLS 51657
MLS 51819
1,149 SF
• Estate Gardens - in Parkview Estates
• 2 bedroom, 2 bath
• Large open concept nine foot ceilings
7,226 SF
• Four car attached garage to a tiered theatre room
exercise room, bar room • 6 bdrms, 8 bthrms • Layout
and interior design have been very well planned as the
home offers great space for entertaining
$439,900
QUIET LAKESIDE OF COLLEGE PARK
1,130 SF
MLS 52085
$434,900
1,179 SF
DOUBLE CAR GARAGE
$353,900
$247,900
$429,900
MLS 52522
ESTATE GARDENS
PARKVIEW ESTATES
MLS 51582
$2,499,900
NEW LISTING
ESTATE GARDENS
ESTATE GARDENS
PARKVIEW ESTATES
MLS 52508
2,760 SF
• Located in Camden Court of Lakeside
• 2 bdrm, 2 bath • Beautiful hardwood & tile
package, upgraded cabinet package
• Large master with his & her closets
• Parkview Estates
• 2 bdroom, 2 bath
• Large plans, front yard landscaping
• Open concept living, spacious room sizes
1,030 SF
MLS 52180
• Custom bi-level
• Open concept living area, two
bedrooms on the main floor
• Double attached garage
MLS 52358
1,406 SF
• Total of five bedrooms • Upgrades including
hardwood and laminate flooring • Great
family room with lots of space • Fully fenced
yard and landcaped, concrete driveway
$259,900
1,766 SF
MLS 52589
1,347 SF
• Modified bi-level, newest area of
Lakeside of College Park
• Large entry, three bedrooms upstairs with
an unfinished basement
MLS 51917
1,078 SF
• 2 generous bedrooms, 2 bathrooms
including a master ensuite with dual closets
• 9’ ceilings up & down, hardwood and tile
• Extensive exterior upgrades
MLS 52606
MLS 52524
$428,950
MLS 51947
1,254 SF
• Open plan with large windows
• 3 bedrooms up, hardwood & tile
• Oversized garage
• 9 foot ceilings up & down
ESTATE GARDENS
MLS 51820
$545,000
MLS 52556
$405,900
MLS 52404
MATURE NEIGHBOURHOOD
SANDY BEACH
$499,500
MLS 52236
MLS 51936
RURAL SASKATCHEWAN
MLS 52651
1,070 SF
• Top floor, adult condo located in the
Meridian • Feature interior parking,
secure building • Two bedrooms,
new laminate flooring
RURAL SASKATCHEWAN
EXCLUSIVE
$9/SF
MLS 51946
5,800 SF
• South on Hwy 17 to Hwy 619, west on
619 to RR14, 3 kms south on RR14 • In-floor heat,
sump, 8 security cameras • Owner may
leasing individual bays to the right tenant
$18/SF
$20/SF
• 36th Street & 51 Avenue
• 3,071 SQ. FT.
MLS 52572
3,600 SF
• Available immediately
• 3,600 square feet for lease
• 10 offices, boardroom, great visibility
with lots of parking
MLS 52357
st
• Great business opportunity
• Original owner since 1999
• Independant liquor store,
showing consistant sales figures
and good bottom line, assets
included inventory extra
$21/SF
MLS 51775
8,000 SF Main Floor
• 1-2 tenant only, walls to be paint ready,
tenant to do own leaseholds
• Great location & exposure
• Lots of parking
$1,050,000
MLS 52495
$175,000
$22-$25/SF
8,000 SF
• On 1.39 acres in the Glen E. Nielson Industrial Park
• Building features a total of five offices
• Shop area has two 14 foot high
overhead doors
MLS 50661
• 3rd & 4th floor 10,000 sqft
• Prefer to lease in segments of 5,000 sq ft
to professional tenants
$79,950 each
MLS 52330
Raw land perfect for building a stand alone
Part B SW-51-27W3, Part C SE-7-51-26W3
and Part B SE-7-51-2W3
Scott
Dopko
Realtor
Gail
Rau
Realtor
Dave
Jarvis
Realtor
Lane
Columbine
Realtor
Chris
Parsons
Realtor
Marion
Piper
Realtor
Brian
Smart
Realtor
Tracy
Cavanagh
Realtor
Terry
Johnson
Realtor
780-808-3868
780-808-3570
780-872-9045
780-808-0620
780-871-2294
780-808-0801
780-808-0929
780-808-1812
780-871-3072
www.musgraveagencies.com
[email protected]
5 AC
Scott
Musgrave
Realtor
$79,950 each
MLS 52328
5 AC
Raw land perfect for building a stand alone
Part B SW-51-27W3, Part C SE-7-51-26W3
and Part B SE-7-51-2W3
Bill
Musgrave
Broker
If you can’t find it, we’ll build it!
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6 BEDROOMS!
LAKESIDE
LAKESIDE OF COLLEGE PARK
NEW LISTING
$464,900
$484,900
LAKESHORE ESTATES
IMMEDIATE POSSESSION!!!
LOCATION, LOCATION, LOCATION
CAPTIVATING CUSTOM BUNGALOW
$574,900
$699,900
DREAM HOME IN COLLEGE PARK!
$859,950
$439,950
• Large bungalow, located in Parkview
• 6 bedrooms, generous kitchen & dining
area • Gas fireplace in basement family
room, RV parking • Close to schools
• Large modified bi-level
• Gas fireplace in family room
• Open concept living
• Master bedroom, walk in closet & ensuite
• 6 bedroom, 3 bathroom College Park bi-level
• Spacious foyer, open floor plan
• Fully fenced yard, 12x12 shed
• Master bedroom has ensuite and walk in closet
• 5 bedroom, 3 bath
• Silk carpet, Hickory hardwood flooring
• 9 foot ceilings, floor to ceiling stone fireplace
• Oversized heated double garage
• 3 car garage on the Sask side
• bi-level home, Larson Grove • 5 bdrm, 3 bath
• Large open plan, 10’ ceilings in the living
room • Ready for immediate possession!
• Upgraded two-storey walk out basement
home • Upgraded hardwood and ceramic
tile flooring • Main floor laundry
• 4 bedroom, 4 bath
MLS 52501
2,650 SF
• 5 beds, 5 baths, a formal dining room, 2 gas
fireplaces & has recently been repainted thru out
• Kitchen has maple cabinets, granite counters &
back splash, double wall oven, wine fridge
• 2 deck areas off the rear yard • Oversized family
room has a beautiful fireplace & the pool table
• Theatre/gym room • 23’4x27’8 garage is heated
LAKESIDE OF COLLEGE PARK
UPGRADES THROUGHOUT
TIME TO PERSONALIZE
GROWING COMMUNITY OF LASHBURN
LAKESIDE
LAKESIDE CUL-DE-SAC!
NEW LISTING
$407,900
$427,900
$459,900
MLS 51583
1,222 SF
• Custom bi-level, 2 baths, 2 bedroom
• Double attch. garage
• Master bedroom has a large walkin closet
• Living room has a natural gas stone
fireplace
VIEW OF UPPER MAKWA LAKE
MLS 52560
1,382 SF
$399,000
$399,900
MLS 51971
• 49 acres of beautiful scenery
• 1/4 sec of lease adjacent, comes with this acreage
• Services are right along side the property
• Excellent building site on North and South sides
MLS 52588
1,201 SF
• Newest phase of Lakeside
• 2 bedroom, 2 bath • Open concept living,
large dining • Vaulted ceiling in the
kitchen and living room
DECEMBER 1, 2014 POSSESSION
IMMEDIATE POSSESSION!!!
$339,900
$349,900
MLS 52619
1,258 SF
• New townhouse condo, attached garage
• 3 bedroom, 1 1/2 bath, unfinished
basement • Quartz countertops, stainless
steel kitchen appliances, washer/dryer
960 SF
• Alberta bungalow
• 3 bedrooms • Open concept plan, kitchen
overlooking the yard
• Finished basement • RV parking
$309,900
• Open concept living/dining/ kitchen area
• Main floor laundry, 2 lge
bedroomsupstairs w/4 piece bath
• Large 30’ x 24’ attached garage
MLS 52181
1,480 SF
• Relax in the cozy sitting room • Man cave
• Kitchen has plenty of updated cabinets
and counter space
• Two additional bedrooms and a bathroom
BRAND NEW SHOP
PRIME CORNER LOCATION
MLS 50975
1,693 SF
1,427 SF
1,218 SF
• 2 bedrooms, 2 baths
• Upgraded garage door and exterior
of the home
• Rear living room and open floor plan
$352,900
1,078 SF
1,330 SF
MLS 52615
1,430 SF
$365,900
$369,900
$369,900
MLS 51918
1,149 SF
• Located in Parkview Estates
• 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms
• 9’ ceilings, open concept living,
and optional fireplace
READY TO MOVE IN!
IMMEDIATE POSSESSION!!!
EXCELLENT LOCATION!
1,290 SF
• Perfect starter home or rental property
• Three bedroom home with a bedroom in
the basement • Close to downtown core
• Alberta side
• New roof in 2011, new laminate and lino flooring,
new windows • Close to shopping and schools
• Main bath has jetted tub, double detached garage
(no electricity) • Completely fenced yard
PROFESSIONAL / OFFICE / RETAIL
LLOYDMINSTERS NEWEST RENTAL
MLS 52482
958 SF
• SK starter located in Wallace field
• 2 bdrms up, large kitchen, open floor plan,
fully finished basement with • Large heated
detached garage, large deck with hot tub
SASKATCHEWAN
SASKATCHEWAN
$188,000
148 AC
• Next to Blueberry Hill golf course
• Across the road from Turtle Lake • Building or
development potential, all services
adjacent to property
MLS 51964
• Power is approx. 0.5 miles away
• Legal access south off of highway 26
• Property has farm income
• Fire 2002 - heavy regrowth new trees
PARKVIEW ESTATES
MLS 51882
1,061 SF
• Brand new bi-level plan
• Double attached garage, 22’x24’
• Vaulted ceilings throughout living
room and kitchen
NEW LISTING
$244,900
MLS 51968
• Power is approx. 0.5 miles away
• Legal access south off of highway 26
• Property has farm income
• Fire 2002 - heavy regrowth new trees
GREAT LOCATION
NEW LISTING
1,287 SF
• Lakeside bi-level home
• 3 bedrooms upstairs • Vaulted ceiling,
large entry, open concept, covered front
veranda, oversized garage
$114,900
$159,900
MLS 51963
• Power is very close to property
• Hwy 26 is only approx. 200 yds from
the SW corner of the quarter
• Fire 2002 - heavy regrowth new trees
MLS 52525
$394,900
$384,900
MLS 52599
1,061 SF
• Brand new bi-level home with attached
garage • Vaulted ceilings, ensuite off
the master bedroom with a walk
through closet
SASKATCHEWAN
$244,900
MLS 51657
MLS 51819
1,149 SF
• Estate Gardens - in Parkview Estates
• 2 bedroom, 2 bath
• Large open concept nine foot ceilings
7,226 SF
• Four car attached garage to a tiered theatre room
exercise room, bar room • 6 bdrms, 8 bthrms • Layout
and interior design have been very well planned as the
home offers great space for entertaining
$439,900
QUIET LAKESIDE OF COLLEGE PARK
1,130 SF
MLS 52085
$434,900
1,179 SF
DOUBLE CAR GARAGE
$353,900
$247,900
$429,900
MLS 52522
ESTATE GARDENS
PARKVIEW ESTATES
MLS 51582
$2,499,900
NEW LISTING
ESTATE GARDENS
ESTATE GARDENS
PARKVIEW ESTATES
MLS 52508
2,760 SF
• Located in Camden Court of Lakeside
• 2 bdrm, 2 bath • Beautiful hardwood & tile
package, upgraded cabinet package
• Large master with his & her closets
• Parkview Estates
• 2 bdroom, 2 bath
• Large plans, front yard landscaping
• Open concept living, spacious room sizes
1,030 SF
MLS 52180
• Custom bi-level
• Open concept living area, two
bedrooms on the main floor
• Double attached garage
MLS 52358
1,406 SF
• Total of five bedrooms • Upgrades including
hardwood and laminate flooring • Great
family room with lots of space • Fully fenced
yard and landcaped, concrete driveway
$259,900
1,766 SF
MLS 52589
1,347 SF
• Modified bi-level, newest area of
Lakeside of College Park
• Large entry, three bedrooms upstairs with
an unfinished basement
MLS 51917
1,078 SF
• 2 generous bedrooms, 2 bathrooms
including a master ensuite with dual closets
• 9’ ceilings up & down, hardwood and tile
• Extensive exterior upgrades
MLS 52606
MLS 52524
$428,950
MLS 51947
1,254 SF
• Open plan with large windows
• 3 bedrooms up, hardwood & tile
• Oversized garage
• 9 foot ceilings up & down
ESTATE GARDENS
MLS 51820
$545,000
MLS 52556
$405,900
MLS 52404
MATURE NEIGHBOURHOOD
SANDY BEACH
$499,500
MLS 52236
MLS 51936
RURAL SASKATCHEWAN
MLS 52651
1,070 SF
• Top floor, adult condo located in the
Meridian • Feature interior parking,
secure building • Two bedrooms,
new laminate flooring
RURAL SASKATCHEWAN
EXCLUSIVE
$9/SF
MLS 51946
5,800 SF
• South on Hwy 17 to Hwy 619, west on
619 to RR14, 3 kms south on RR14 • In-floor heat,
sump, 8 security cameras • Owner may
leasing individual bays to the right tenant
$18/SF
$20/SF
• 36th Street & 51 Avenue
• 3,071 SQ. FT.
MLS 52572
3,600 SF
• Available immediately
• 3,600 square feet for lease
• 10 offices, boardroom, great visibility
with lots of parking
MLS 52357
st
• Great business opportunity
• Original owner since 1999
• Independant liquor store,
showing consistant sales figures
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Lakeland men’s basketball coach Tom Groat looks on as the Rustlers lose another league game by a small margin. Lakeland may have a 2-6 record, but have
lost four of those games by single digit points.
Part of the
process
by Andrew Brethauer
[email protected]
Tom Groat isn’t panicking yet, but the plastic
cover over the panic button might be lifted up by
now after the Lakeland Rustlers men’s basketball team suffered two losses to NAIT over the
weekend.
Saturday night’s game was a Lakeland honest
effort. A 78-72 final was another close loss for the
Rustlers this season, and a wide improvement over
the effort put in the night before where they gave
up 111 points to the Ooks, and scored a season low
48. It was their fifth and sixth losses of the season,
putting their record at 2-6 through the first eight
games.
But just because their record is nowhere near
where they expected to be, doesn’t mean Groat or
the Rustlers have lost hope on their season already.
But they are running out of time to figure it out
and get wins in the win column.
“I still don’t think we have played our best
game,” said Groat. “I know the record is deceiving,
but it is a long season. It is 24 games and we are
only eight games in. We’ll go back to the drawing
board and try and put the X’s and O’s where they
need to be.”
Other than Fridays night’s one-sided loss, the
Rustlers have actually played well against the
top teams in the ACAC North Division. Of the six
losses, only two were rather one sided. Concordia
handed Lakeland two losses to start the season,
the second being a 96-79 final, but that only came
after the night before where Lakeland lost by just
three points.
Against Keyano the following weekend, the
Rustlers earned their first victory with a 74-69
win, only to lose the next night by just four points,
71-67. A repeat happened a weekend later, as the
Rustlers defeated Grande Prairie 77-65 on Friday
before losing by just three, 84-81, the next night.
That’s three losses by four points or less.
Lakeland easily could have went into the weekend
against NAIT as a 5-1 basketball team. Instead they
entered 2-4 and added two more losses. It’s evident
that frustration is on the faces of the Rustlers, even
if Groat believes it is the wrong emotion to have
considering how competitive the team has been in
the majority of their losses this season.
“You got to have the right emotion, frustration doesn’t help you get towards your end,”
said Groat. “What you have to do is study and
say, where do we have to pick up. You just work
on those things and you continue, hopefully,
improving. I’m seeing improvement. I think we’re
going to be OK, regardless of the record.”
Lakeland has three players scoring over 10 points
a game, led by Josh Magpantay with 13 points a
game, while Evan Halyk and Stephen Jones are
averaging 11. With a lot of first and second year
players, Lakeland is still an inexperienced squad,
even with seven returning players from last year.
Groat insists that better decision making and
a stronger post presence will help turn things
around, and it isn’t time yet to pull the plug on
any system he is running. He was able to have
10 players contribute in Saturday night’s loss, so
any changes he makes are simply just to make the
Rustlers a better team and win games. Nothing
drastic should be seen coming down the pipeline
just yet.
“We got things to work on, we’re young, it is a
learning curve and we are going to get there,” said
Groat. “It’s part of the process. I think we have
been playing tough teams, and now we are going
to play teams that can give us a great game, but I
think we will have an opportunity to finish out the
first half of the season on a 4-0 run.”
Lakeland has a home-and-away with Augustana
(1-5) this weekend, starting on the road Friday
before an 8 p.m. home game on Saturday.
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Inside sports
The last donations
for Games Society
by Andrew Brethauer
[email protected]
For over 30 years, the Lloydminster
Games Society raised funds to help
local athletic and cultural groups in
the Border City, and has contributed
to some of Lloydminster’s major
construction projects for local sports.
Through the sale of lottery tickets,
the Games Society has put more than
$300,000 into the community, either
through donations to local athletes,
sports groups or the building of
sports and culture centres. But after
handing out over $11,000 this year,
the Games Society has ceased operations.
“That’s a long time for any
volunteer group to run,” said
Raymond Bailey, director for the
Games Society. “I guess you could
say the society had run its course in
terms of fundraising, so we made
the decision to sell the lottery ticket
booth to our manager.”
The Games Society began in 1982
when Lloydminster hosted the
Alberta Winter Games. In an effort
to raise money for the games, the
Games Society was allowed to sell
lottery tickets, with proceeds going
to athletic endeavours. It was so
successful that the Games Society
held their license to sell lottery tickets
and continue to operate their booth
in the LloydMall.
Over the years, the Games Society
has contribute to such things as
Leisure Centre indoor swimming
pool, the Vic Juba Community
Theatre, the Servus Sports Centre
and some also to the Lloydminster
Cultural and Science Centre. They
also donated to smaller groups such
as dance groups, figuring skating
clubs, and athletes going beyond the
regional competitions to provincial
and national competitions.
Seeing these buildings proved to
the Games Society that there was a
need for this type of organization in
Lloydminster, in order to help facilitate the need for a growing athletic
and cultural society.
“There wasn’t all that much money
available for sporting groups or
sporting competitions,” said Bailey.
Photo Submitted
Outgoing Lloydminster Games Society president Marlene Schonheiter presents a cheque for $5,000 to Raymond Bailey
of the Lloydminster Regional Archives.
Games Society gives last donations
after more than 30 years of helping
local sports and cultural projects
“So we thought, there was a niche we
could help fill.”
Now the Games Society is seeing
those niche areas being filled by other
local groups. Four years ago, they
sold off their ticket booth and finally
distributed the rest of the money this
year. It is one of the reasons, Bailey
said, that the society ceased opera-
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“Part of the reason for that is maybe
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for sport and cultural things,” said
Bailey.
“When we started making noise
about that, I think other people,
companies and individuals stepped
up to the plate more.”
The Games Society themselves
have seen a drop in their own
donations, due in large part to VLTs
and other lottery centres lowering
the amount of money they could
draw in from their ticket sales. The
society used to raise over $15,000
a year, but now have seen drops in
their money raised to $5,000 a year.
But despite their operation coming
to an end, the Games Society has been
a large part of Lloydminster’s athletic
and cultural scene, and Bailey said,
everyone involved is proud of what
they have accomplished in the more
than 30 years the Games Society was
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Sarah St. Marie heads into another year with the Lloydminster Border Blades,
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by Andrew Brethauer
[email protected]
Sarah St. Marie always wants to be
faster. Since putting on her skates 11
years ago, it has been about shaving
off every portion of a second she
can. And for a speed skater, even
the smallest millisecond can be the
difference between first and last.
She learned to skate on speedskates,
following in her brother’s footsteps
after watching him compete. While
many children take their first steps
on ice with hockey skates, St. Marie
did it with the long blade and small
rocker of a speed skate, and since
then has been flying around tracks,
setting personal bests and making
personal gains.
It’s as if nothing can slow her down.
“It feels like gravity is pulling you
and you are so fast,” said St. Marie. “I
feel like I’m on top of the world and
nothing can stop me.”
Entering her 12th year as a member
of the Lloydminster Border Blades,
St. Marie had one goal - under 50
seconds in the 500-metre race. She
has done it before, most recently in
Calgary in January, when she not
only finished with a personal best in
her short race, but added three other
best skates as well.
Her time of 48.40 was the 19th
fastest overall in the 500m race. So
there is still lots the 17-year-old skater
can continue to improve on.
At the Border Blades first mini
meet of the season, the goal was to
keep under 50 seconds. In the first
heat of the night, St. Marie raced
Aaron Svendsen and Rachel Collins.
St. Marie led from the beginning, and
would race alone for the majority of
the race after Svendsen and Collins
crashed into the wall. There was
nothing to slow her down or in her
path, but her final time was slightly
above what she wanted to accom-
plish.
A 51.48 on the Rusway Arena at
the Servus Sports Centre. A hockey
rink, converted each Thursday into a
short track speed skating oval for the
Border Blades. Times here are not as
fast as they would be at a professional
track, such as the one in Calgary, but
it is the home of the Border Blades
and that of St. Marie.
As part of the Blades, St. Marie has
competed as three Alberta Winter
Games, skated at westerns and
competed at nationals, earning five
top 10 finishes in eight skates. With
this being her final year with the
Border Blades, St. Marie has collegiate aspirations, hoping to land a
spot at the University of Calgary
for short track speed skating, which
would also give her a chance to get
into major competitions and join the
national team.
It would be a big step in her
speedskating career and a chance
to improve on a large stage with a
professional track. But for now, she
will continue to use the Rusway rink
as her facility, and do whatever she
can to cut time off her races.
“You can always improve on your
technique and you are never as good
as you can be,” said St. Marie. “It’s
just critiquing everything you can,
and looking at videos and seeing
everywhere you can improve, even if
it is something really small. A tenth
of a second is what determines gold
from silver a lot of the time.”
The 50-second mark in the 500m is
a threshold. According to St. Marie,
it separates the good skates from the
elite. At the competition in January
when St. Marie skated her personal
best, the winning race was five
seconds faster. She will want to be
there some day.
“Once you hit that mark it’s a really
big deal,” said St. Marie. “It takes the
good skaters to the elite skaters.”
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team and U16 Division 2 team, each brought home silver medals. On the boys’ side, the U10 open division
team went 4-0 and brought home gold, while the U14 Division 3, U14 Division 2 and U19 Lakeland Rustlers
United Soccer Program team also brought home gold. The U14 Division 2 team won silver. Above, the
Drillers were back practicing at the Servus Sports Centre on Tuesday night.
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Andrew Brethauer Photo
Amber Irvine averages the second highest points per game on the team coming off the bench, and her experience and
talent have been a large help to the Rustlers’ early season success.
Back in the game
From CIS champion to Lakeland Rustler, Amber
Irvine has found her passion for basketball
again in the most unlikely place
by Andrew Brethauer
[email protected]
Amber Irvine sits on the bench at
tip off for every Lakeland Rustlers
women’s basketball game. She
watches the opening minutes of the
game unfold, joins in the chant for
defence and waits for her name to be
called to enter the game.
It’s a place she didn’t think she
would be at – sitting on the bench.
Not because she isn’t good enough to
be a starting guard for Lakeland, but
because Irvine thought she would
never play competitive basketball
again. And not the least bit at the
collegiate level in Alberta.
In 2010, Irvine graduated from East
Elgin Secondary School in Alymer,
Ont. and enrolled at the University
of Windsor in the human kinetics
program. She joined the University
of Windsor Lancers women’s basketball team in her freshmen year. It was
the best season any freshman could
ask for, as the Lancers rolled to a 34-2
record, and more importantly, won
the Bronze Baby trophy as the best
basketball team in the country.
Irvine appeared in 10 games for the
Lancers, all in the second half of the
season. As a freshman, her minutes
were low, the most being 14 against
Waterloo, where she scored a seasonhigh five points. That was to be
expected for a first-year player. But
she was still part of a championship
team, the No. 1 ranked team in the
country.
It was the Lancers first CIS championship in women’s basketball.
They have since won three more in
a row and are the current defending
champions. But Irvine only has her
name on one of them. Her freshman
season. The only season she played
for the Lancers. After that season, she
left basketball.
“It was so much, it was so intense,”
said Irvine. “I was 19 going in and as
a 19-year-old, it was a lot to handle.
The university had such a high-calibre team and I just couldn’t balance
school, social life and basketball.
I wasn’t mentally ready to go into
that.”
Irvine admits that at Windsor,
basketball was the priority. School
came second and her personal life
was a distant third, or non-existent.
It was a struggle to find balance for
all three, so after the 2011 season
Irvine left the Lancers to focus on her
education and finish her degree in
four years. The Lancers would go on
to win three more titles.
Not thinking she would play
basketball again, Irvine got a call
from Rustlers head coach Chris
King. At 23 years old, Irvine didn’t
know if she wanted to play basketball again, specifically at the college
level. But in the summer she signed
with the Rustlers and this fall, put on
a basketball jersey for a competitive
game for the first time since the 2011
CIS championship game.
And she is in a similar spot as
she was with the Lancers, as Irvine
is still coming off the bench. Only
this time, she is typically the first
player to substitute into the game –
the Rustlers sixth player. It’s a role
she is questioned about, as her stats
suggest she is a capable starter, and
her university level game would
also lend many to believe she should
be on the court from the start. But
for Irvine, starting from the bench
doesn’t bother her.
“It is just such a flow into the
game,” said Irvine. “We have a deep
bench. The first unit is just as strong
as the first. Everyone competes at
practice. Whatever you can do to
help the team. It doesn’t bother me.”
From the bench, Irvine is the
Rustlers second-leading scorer with
91 points, 10 points less than starter
and fourth-year Rustler Cameo
McKerlie. She averages 13 points a
game and shoots 46 per cent from the
field. After competing at the university level that was built on structured
set plays, Irvine said she enjoys
the run-and-gun style of college
basketball. It better suits her style of
slash-run basketball.
As a rookie for the Rustlers, she
brings a veteran presence. And while
the statistics say she should be on the
court at tip off, for now Lakeland is
fine leaving her where she is.”
“Amber has the potential to be a
game changer for us,” said Chris
King. “She is great for us off the
bench because she is so dynamic. She
does a great job for us and I like her
in that role right now.”
It’s been a long road back to the
court for Irvine, who at this point
isn’t looking far into the future
beyond this season. As a 23-year-old,
she has matured enough to balance
the three aspects of her life. Basketball is no longer the only priority.
“Now I am older, much older,” said
Irvine.
“I’ve grown up so much since then
that now it is doable. It is easy for
me.”
Four months ago she never would
have told you she would be in Lloydminster playing basketball. But
Irvine is back on the court, wearing
the green and gold, helping to lead
the Rustlers to a 7-1 start and a No. 9
national rank.
She is a rookie, but a leader, and
more importantly, her passion for
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3. Complete the KidSport application form to request a grant towards
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Photo Jamie Sabau/Columbus Blue Jackets
Lloydminster native Scott Hartnell was traded to the Columbus Blue Jackets in the summer, his third NHL hockey team
in 13 seasons.
In a new town
Scott Hartnell lands in Columbus, along with his foundation,
looking forward to the next chapter in his hockey career
by Andrew Brethauer
[email protected]
In June, Scott Hartnell walked into
classrooms throughout Lloydminster. In hand was a copy of his new
children’s book, Hartnelldown, the
latest endeavour for the National
Hockey League player’s charitable
foundation. He sat in front of the
children and read the book aloud,
turning the book after every page to
show the illustrations.
The pictures were what you would
expect from a book called Hartnelldown. The NHLer’s signature long
red hair, depictions of hockey from a
young age up to the NHL, and Scott
Hartnell, through many different
means, somehow ending up on the
ice, including the front cover, with
Hartnell sitting on the Philadelphia
Flyers logo with his No. 19 Flyers
jersey on.
But what many didn’t know is that
while Hartnell read his book for the
first time to the children of Lloydminster, the book, was already out of
date. “I obviously didn’t want to let the
cat out of the bag,” said Hartnell.
“That morning I got a call from my
agent. A lot of things going in my
mind.”
On that day in June, Scott Hartnell
became a member of the Columbus
Blue Jackets. The Lloydminster native was dealt
to the Blue Jackets for R.J. Umberger
and a fourth-round draft pick. He
was coming off a season where he
scored 20 goals and 52 points in 78
games, but the Flyers felt they needed
a change, so they sent Hartnell to
Columbus.
So far it has worked out well statistically for Hartnell who had five
goals and 14 points through the first
14 games of the season. Columbus,
however, sits in the bottom of the
Metropolitan Division, while his old
team, Philadelphia, is in the top half.
It was a shock for many to hear that
Hartnell had been traded. He was a
committed community member in
Philadelphia, with proceeds from
his Hartnelldown Foundation going
back into the local community. With
a rabid fan base, who gave generously to his foundation, it was tough for
Hartnell to leave a city he had called
home since 2007 and start fresh in
Columbus.
“I have a lot of special memories
there,” said Hartnell. “But sometimes
things happen for a reason. I’ve come
here (Columbus) and had nothing
but positive experiences. The guys
are great and I’m just looking to move
on, being a hockey professional as a
Blue Jacket.”
Now Hartnelldown is in a new
town, and despite the Blue Jackets
struggles to open the season,
Hartnell said he looks forward to the
challenge on the ice, as well as to see
how big his foundation can became
now moving forward into a new city.
Already there are two t-shirts on the
Hartnelldown website that feature
Columbus Blue Jackets’ colours.
But while Columbus is a new city,
it has some old feelings. Hartnell
started his career with the Nashville
Predators before being traded
to Philadelphia. Like Nashville,
Columbus is a smaller hockey
market, as the team has only made
qualified twice for the playoffs since
their inception into the league back
in 2000. So media coverage is small,
a few cameras in the locker room
after practice, but nothing like what
was in Philadelphia for one of the
league’s most historic teams.
Having played 13 seasons in the
NHL prior to this year, Hartnell
brings a wealth of experience to the
Blue Jackets, as he is one of the oldest
players in the lineup every night at
32 years old. With such a young core
of players who had a taste of playoffs
last season, Hartnell believes this a
team that isn’t satisfied with what
they accomplished last year, and
will want to keep building towards a
longer playoff run.
“We believe in the room that we
are right there,” said Hartnell. “They
were right there, almost beating
Pittsburgh last year, so it’s exciting to
be a part of a young group like that
who believes in themselves. To be
a veteran guy and be a part of that,
hopefully I can contribute and play
hard and play well and help the team
win.”
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After a gruelling 20-week regular season from
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The bar has been raised so high in Saskatchewan for the past decade that, to me, the regular
season has become somewhat tedious. As far back
as June we found ourselves daydreaming about
in the West,” said a content Rider coach Corey
Chamblin after the game. “For us, we’ve played
Edmonton the most the past few weeks and there
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opponent. In terms of prep, it’s good to know the
opponent you’re playing. There are some base
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best foot forward to win this game.”
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the ability to affect who they’d play in the WSF,
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their hair out doing advance scouting last week for
a possibility of four opponents in the first round
of the playoffs: Edmonton, Hamilton, Montreal or
Toronto.
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12-6 record represents
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Canada is top
agriculture trader
Canada is the world’s top agriculture trader when compared to all other
countries on a per capita basis, according to Farm Credit Canada’s (FCC)
annual report on global trade.
“When viewing Canada’s agriculture trade numbers through the lens of
this country’s population, a clear picture emerges,” said J.P. Gervais, FCC’s
chief agricultural economist in a news release. “It shows the agriculture
sector is more important to Canada than all other countries, including the
United States, Australia and the European Union.”
“This is significant because it points to strong opportunities and a bright
future for Canadian agriculture,” said Gervais, in releasing the FCC Ag
Economics: A 2014 Look at Global Trade report.
The report takes the combined value of all agriculture exports and
imports from each of the major agriculture trading countries and divides
that number by each country’s respective population.
In 2013, the value of Canada’s agriculture imports and exports was more
than US$2,100 per person, followed by Australia at about US$1,900 per
person.
While China and India don’t rank high on the per capita agriculture
trade spectrum, the significance of these emerging economies – with huge
and growing populations – should not be ignored, Gervais cautioned.
“The combination of rising household incomes and population growth
in India and China present major market opportunities for Canadian
exports of beef, pork and pulse crops,” Gervais said. “Canada appears
well positioned as an important agriculture trader in the world and the
expansion of trade relations will only help to sustain and build on that.”
The report shows Canada as the fifth largest agriculture exporter in the
world – behind the European Union, United States, Brazil and China – and
the sixth largest agriculture importer. Canada’s imports are mainly driven
by relatively high household incomes and a year-round demand for fresh
fruits and vegetables, which is partly met by foreign exporters.
“This report confirms that agriculture is and will continue to be a major
contributor to Canada’s growth and prosperity,” Gervais said.
Karen Code submitted this photo of picking raspberries in her
backyard. She is entered into the 2014 Source Harvest Photo Contest,
with a chance to win a prize package from Freeston Photography.
Northminster 4-H Beef Club
by Olivia Mann
Club reporter
Northminster 4-H Beef Club held
their first meeting on Tuesday, Oct.
14. The projects are in market steer,
heifer and cow/calf.
The following positions were
elected:
General leader – Jackie Payne
President – Jaxon Payne
Vice President – Rebecca Creech
Secretary – Keyla Pilkey
Treasurer – Leah Beeching
Club reporters – Madelyn Mann
and Olivia Mann.
Next meeting and first weigh day
is Dec. 7 at 3:30 p.m.
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MIDWEST
MINUTE
by Vern McClelland
www.vernmcclelland.com
Last weekend was an adventure. It started Friday morning with 300-plus
head of cattle deciding to move themselves to the winter feeding grounds a
few days ahead of schedule. The old matriarch of the herd apparently felt the
snow and cold weather coming in, so took the opportunity of a temporarily
opened gate to get settled in for the cold months ahead.
Late that same night, the water pressure on the home place dropped significantly. This system is just under a third of a mile of buried line radiating out
from a central bored well. It services two homes, an indoor riding arena and
three separate corrals. The only good thing about the problem was that we
now winter the aforementioned cattle on land a mile away with its own well
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and water system, so at least we didn’t have that to also worry about.
We hate to admit it, but my wife and I are both old enough to remember
hauling water and snow into our parents’ houses for all domestic needs,
so despite the inconvenience we were able to switch to plan B without too
much fuss. There isn’t an outhouse on the place though, so that part of a daily
routine took a little bit more effort with two litres of water on standby to make
the toilet flush.
If you live in the country
and you have a problem with
water or sewer, there isn’t the
convenience of calling in a
municipal crew to fix it.
Late fall and early winter
is a very busy time of year
for backhoe operators, with a
hundred last-minute projects
that have to get completed
before freeze up. Fortunately,
in a rural community everyone knows each other, and most people will make
a special effort to help in situations like this. So, Sunday afternoon one drove
into the yard after wrapping up another job that morning and dug up the
offending leaking fitting for us to replace.
Just like still happens today with our Newfoundland friends, my great
grandfather Archibald moved west from Truro, N.S. to be with his daughter
and her husband once they had established their homestead in 1905, on the
farm that three generations of our family still live on. By all accounts, he was
a master blacksmith and even though he was getting on in years, was often
called upon by neighbours to repair specialized equipment or shoe horses
with unique hoof issues.
As an apprentice back East, he spent much of the first year just learning to
properly bank a fire in the forge, how to make steel respond to hammer and
heat, then finally was tasked with making his own tools. Soon the knowledge
of what his hands, tools and determination could do supported both him and
his family. This was not a dissimilar experience for most settlers, particularly
those who chose the independence of carving out a new life in the Midwest.
These days, if the high-speed Internet or satellite television goes down, we
consider it a great inconvenience. Our society expects, even demands, seven
days a week response to its perceived needs and I acknowledge I am no
better than anyone else in this regard. I wonder what Grandfather Archibald
would have to say about that. His response to a problem was to fill a pipe
with tobacco, sit on big poplar log borrowed from the wood pile, and think it
through before taking a course of action.
I wonder if I turned off the cellphone, popped several pieces of gum in my
mouth, and sat on the front deck for a few minutes, would that do the trick?
Vern McClelland is an associate broker with RE/MAX of Lloydminster and a
partner with The Midwest Group. If you have questions or comments on this article
or other real estate matters, he can be reached at 780.808.2700, or by visiting www.
wesellmidwest.ca.
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Unsung hero
a nation with the victory. The French had tried on previous occasions to
take Vimy but failed, with the inconceivable loss of over 150,000 men. The
Canadians had 10,000 casualties that day. Monty explains Leslie’s experience
during the day of battle, “Many soldiers realized that they had been part
of something truly great. Leslie looked around for a souvenir on the ridge,
which was completely devoid of structures or vegetation due to shell fire but
he did find a half buried oak tree. He gathered up a handful of acorns nearby
to bring home.”
GREEN
FILE
by Mark Cullen
www.markcullen.com
This is Veterans’ Week and it seems to me a good idea to hear a few good
stories that illuminate the meaning of this special time of year. I have one
such story. It is a gardening story and a war story, but it is mostly a character
story that truly needs to be told. I hope that you agree.
Pioneer in Agincourt
Let me introduce you to Monty McDonald, a Torontonian who grew up in
Agincourt in the northeast corner of the city, at a time when the landscape
was dominated by fields of corn and livestock. In the early ‘50s, his father
was a high school shop teacher at Agincourt C.I. Monty begins this story, “We
were out for a family
drive and my dad
noticed the ‘Vimy Oaks
Fruit and Vegetables’
sign on Kennedy Road,
just north of Finch. We
wheeled in and the
owner, Leslie Miller,
RealtyLLTD..
was on hand, a farmer
in his 60s with a lot of
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common interests with
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my father.”
Leslie Miller had
served
with
the
Canadian Expeditionary Force during the
battle of Vimy Ridge
on April 9, 1917. The
ridge was captured
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Education Cut Short
When Mr. Miller came back to Canada, he enrolled at the University of
Toronto with a major in modern languages (he spoke fluent Spanish, German
and French) but his formal education was cut short when he contracted scarlet
fever. The cure at that time was plenty of bed rest and fresh air for five years.
His father, taking pity on his son, gave him a 20-acre section of the family farm
on Kennedy Road. With the help of his father and brother, Leslie built his
own house and barn and transformed the property into a piece of ‘paradise.’
He sectioned off parts of his farm into an orchard, beehives, market gardens,
and hay and alfalfa fields. The lot included a section of mature hardwood
bush and it was here that he planted his Vimy oaks.
Vimy Oaks Alive Today
By some miracle the oaks remain standing today, surrounded by urban
development on the site of the Scarborough Chinese Baptist Church. I visited
them the other day and they are so big that I can barely touch my fingers
when I wrap my arms around them at chest height. They have nearly a
two-metre girth.
It is remarkable that these oaks still stand as a reminder of the Vimy experience for Canadians almost 100 years ago. It is equally remarkable that Mr.
Miller brought these acorns home and grew them on the Toronto farm in the
first place.
As Monty told me this story, it was dawning on me that Leslie Miller was
indeed a renaissance man. When I gazed at a hand-rendered sketch of the
farm and garden I noted that an area had been cordoned off as a ‘garden plot
for new Canadians.’ “What is this all about?” I asked
Toronto’s First Community Garden
“Well,” replied Monty, who spent seven years working for Mr. Miller on his
farm while in his teens, “during the early ‘50s many immigrants from Europe
were moving into new subdivisions in the Agincourt area. Leslie had
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a long-term ambition to reach out to people from
other nations. He would spot them while delivering vegetables in his neighbourhood and invite
them to come to his farm.”
Many of the new immigrants to Toronto had
very little money, so Leslie offered the opportunity
to grow food on his farm on a designated plot in
return for helping with his fruit and vegetable
crops.
It is quite possible that this was the first
community garden in Toronto.
I contacted my friend Nick Saul, the president of
Canadian Food Centres Canada, to see if he knew
of any community gardens that were older. He
performed an informal survey of all of his peers
in the community garden network and concluded
that indeed the Vimy Oaks garden could well be
the oldest one in the area.
Remarkable Leslie
Remarkable would be one word to describe
Leslie Miller. We have all heard the stories of
the First World War where German soldiers sang
Christmas songs from their trenches which were
returned in kind by the Allies from their opposing
trenches. Evidently, Sgt. Miller interpreted the
lyrics of the German songs for his English speaking
brethren.
It is remarkable to think that one individual
would sacrifice 3.5 years of his life to fight in
France for his country, return home to build one
of the earliest forms of intensive farming, share his
knowledge with a variety of kids from the neighbourhood, become a passionate birder, amateur
arborist, bee keeper, orchardist, maple sugar
maker, food retailer and classical music aficionado.
Generous would be another word that I use to
describe him. He was a natural teacher who took
time from his obviously busy schedule to explain
how things worked to many young people.
He had no children of his own.
Monty MacDonald has very fond memories
of Leslie Miller. After Monty lost his own father
when he was 16, Mr. Miller became his ‘de facto’
Photo Supplied
A Vimy oak
dad and you could say that the rest is history. But
not so fast. If Monty has his way, history will still
be in the making come April 9, 2017, when the
anniversary of the Vimy battle occurs on the ridge
itself.
He plans to be there on that day, with 100 young
English Oak trees in hand. His plan is to plant
them where Canadian soldiers trod exactly 100
years to the day.
In the meantime, he is attempting to protect the
existing Vimy Oaks in Agincourt by obtaining an
official heritage designation for the bunch of them.
Who would argue that that is a bad idea?
A Wealthy Man
It is interesting, I think, how we measure wealth
in our society. For the most part the word is associated with money and all of the ‘good things’
that one can acquire with it. Seldom do most of
us take the time to contemplate the real meaning
of the word. Leslie Miller was one wealthy guy.
He had the good fortune to have escaped serious
harm while at war in Europe. Plus, he had friends,
good health, a farm and the power to influence a
generation of kids who did not have to go to war
in order to preserve peace or their freedom. That
he died penniless at the age of 90 is an entirely
different matter.
Mark Cullen appears on Canada AM every
Wednesday morning at 8:40. He is spokesperson for
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market expected 459,900
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According to Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation’s (CMHC)
fourth quarter 2014 Housing Market Outlook, Canada Edition, housing
starts in 2015 will remain similar to levels observed in 2014 and in line
with economic and demographic trends. By 2016, some moderation is
expected.
“The trend for housing starts has been up in recent months, particularly
in multi-unit structures. This has been broadly supported by key factors
such as employment, disposable income and net migration, which are
expected to continue to be supportive of the Canadian housing market
over the 2014-2016 forecast horizon,” said Bob Dugan, chief economist for
CMHC, in a news release.
“CMHC’s latest forecast calls for a slight moderation in multi-unit starts
during 2015, which will be offset by an increase in single-detached starts.
Looking ahead to 2016, expectations are for total starts to moderate as
builders focus on reducing their inventories.”
On an annual basis, housing starts are expected to range between 186,300
and 191,700 units in 2014, with a point forecast of 189,000 units. In 2015,
housing starts are expected to range from 172,800 to 204,000 units, with
a point forecast of 189,500 units. For 2016, housing starts are forecast to
range from 168,000 units to 205,800 units, with a point forecast of 187,100
units.
Multiple Listing Service (MLS) sales are expected to range between
467,400 and 482,000 units in 2014, with a point forecast of 476,100 units.
In 2015, sales are expected to range from 457,300 to 507,300 units, with a
point forecast to 482,500 units.
For 2016, resales are forecast to range from 448,000 units to 508,000 units,
with a point forecast of 477,200 units.
The average MLS price is forecast to be between $401,600 and $405,400
in 2014, with a point forecast of $404,800. In 2015, the average MLS is
expected to be between $403,600 and $417,800, with a point forecast of
$410,600. For 2016, the average MLS is forecast to be between $407,300
and $424,500, with a point forecast of $417,300.
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LAND FOR RENT BY TENDER
The advertised number of acres for each parcel are approximate but believed by owners to be accurate on most years. Tenders
should be issued for the total bid amount. A 10% deposit should be submitted with each tender. This deposit will be retained
and applied to the first rent payment for successful tenders, and returned within 14 days of the closing date of tender to
unsuccessful tenders.
Lease to be 5 years in duration. Payments will be split in half, first half due April 1 and second half due November 1, of each lease
year. No removal of crop residue and proper practice of crop rotations maintained.
Please make all tenders payable to the owners as listed below. All is in 47-1 West of the 4th.
OWNER: Double EB Farms Ltd.
1. NE 18
(125 Acres)
OWNER: Ernest and Evelyn Brazunas
1. NW 3
(155 Acres)
2. SW 9
(139 Acres)
3. NW 8
(125 Acres)
4. NE 8
(138 Acres)
5. SE 8
(149 Acres)
6. SW 17
(150 Acres)
7. NW 17
(76 Acres)
GST must be paid in addition to all tender cheques and rent received. Highest or any tender will not be necessarily accepted.
For further information call 780-745-2488. Tenders will close on November 26, 2014.
Please mail tenders to:
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Box 509, McLaughlin, AB T0B 2Y0
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Lloydminster Catholic School Division
Looking to Hire
After School Program Leaders and Substitute Leaders
Our programs create a safe educational environment for
children where their developmental needs are met on a daily
basis through activity choices with the help of qualified
caring staff, and a supportive school division.
This position requires 2 - 2.5 hours per day, Monday
through Friday on regular school days. Hourly Salary ranging
from $13.98 - $19.92, depending on education and related
experience.
Responsibilities:
· Supervision of children in a group setting in an educational
school setting
· Planning and facilitating of enriching, educational activities
· Ability to work as a team member with minimum supervision
We Require:
1. Resume & References
2. RCMP Criminal Record
3. First Aid & CPR preferred
Phone: (780) 808-8585
Apply with Resume:
Fax: (780) 808-8787
Mrs. Alison Fulkerth
Community Education Coordinator Email: [email protected]
Lloydminster Catholic School Division
6611B - 39 Street
Lloydminster, AB
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June 1940, anything that floated was the order of
the day, a flotilla of hundreds of merchant marine
boats, fishing boats,pleasure boats and life boats
were called into service to ferry service men off the
shores of Dunkirk. The Allied soldiers were being
evacuated to the British destroyers and other large
ships, under the code name Operation Dynamo,
also known as the Miracle of Dunkirk.
My father was one of the 338,226 soldiers who
managed to board one of the 800 boats, which
brought the men back to England during the
evacuation. He never really spoke about any of the
battle details, but we always had a large book on
the bookshelf, which detailed many of the battles,
both with stories and pictures, perhaps his way of
telling us to find out for ourselves.
We did often hear about funny events during
his time in the army. One of the stories around the
supper table we would hear my father talk about
was how happy the men were to be back on British
soil, they all jumped off the boat into the water but
they didn’t realize the water was full of oil and
they all came up black. Nevertheless happy to
have survived the Battle of Dunkirk.
When my father first joined the Allied Forces in
England he went to the famous tailors of Savile
Row in central London to have his uniform custom
made, for this he took quite the dressing down
from his major.
It seems to me a good deal of my father’s involvement during the war has been a guarded secret. I
MRC is the largest global distributor of pipe, valve and fitting products and services to the energy and industrial markets. Our
customers businesses are capital intensive and their operating processes and environments are often extreme. These
industries and conditions are demanding and require a supplier that understand the importance of safety, quality and reliable
service. Since 1921, MRC has built our business to serve these customers.
Our Lloydminster branch is actively seeking qualified individuals for the
Following positions: Warehouse Associate
Responsibilities:
• Unload material, tools, and equipment from vendor trucks; inspecting material for minimum MRC quality requirements;
• Stock and transfer material, tools, and equipment to appropriate shelf, bin, rack, or pipe bundle by a predetermined
sequence, including bind location, size, type, style, and length;
• Mark material with correct identifying information and transfer material to and from the shops for modification purposes;
• Pull and assemble customer orders from stock and package orders in boxes and pallets as per customer requirements;
• Use of a forklift, overhead crane, and heavy equipment;
• Prepare documentation for UPS, LTL, SH, or Air Shipments;
• Adhere to required safety policies, guidelines and training;
• Maintain warehouse cleanliness in compliance with MRC and customer safety policies;
Qualifications
• High School diploma
• Typing or Basic math, reading and computer skills
• Additional post secondary training or education as asset
• Demonstrated competence in the use of computers and software applications;
• Legally entitled to work in Canada and willing to work overtime, on-call and travel if required
• Valid Driver’s license with the ability to meet MRC vehicle policy
Interested candidates should apply online at WWW.mrcglobal.com
We thank all applicants for their interest however only those selected for interview will be contacted.
knew he carried a 1940’s mini camera, commonly
called the mini spy camera – the reasons we never
heard about.
But we did hear a few of the funny stories from
time to time. One of my father’s duties was a
dispatch rider on a British BSA motorcycle, the
bike the Royal Enfield was modelled after. During
this time he met my mother, a young wartime
nurse. They were married in 1942.
He occasionally complained about being cold on
the bike, he thought she would knit him a sweater,
instead she knitted him a single sock with a sack –
needless to say she didn’t want him to be cold and
at 84 years of age, she still told that story bringing
much laughter to the table.
Joseph Pospisil went into the war as a private
and came out a lieutenant. When the war ended he
stayed in for an additional six months of service.
Today, I thank him along with all the service
personnel who fought for the life we live today.
Lest we forget.
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Fusion
Tank Services Ltd.
requires
WELDERS (Aluminum Experience)
& TRAILER TECHNICIANS
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POSITION AVAILABLE
at local feedlot
• Team atmosphere
• Agriculture/livestock
background an asset
Please phone or fax resume
to (780) 875-6232 or email
[email protected]
Please email your resume to [email protected]
or fax Jesse at 780.875.2147
TRUCK DRIVERS
Looking for an individual with Class 1 or 3 operators
license for the hauling and handling of continuous
sucker rods. Highly competitive wages and benefits
with scheduled days off
TMX OPERATORS
Looking for motivated individual with Class 3
license to operate a TMX unit (truck mounted
xcellorator) installing and pulling continuous
sucker rod from oil wells.
IS CURRENTLY SEEKING:
OILFIELD EQUIP. & RENTALS
Must be proficient in Simply Accounting.
This is not an entry level position. Must be an
excellent problem solver and work well with others.
Duties to include but not limited to:
• A/P entries
• Inventory
• Service Writing
• Internal Work Orders and POs
• General Office Administration
DRILLERS, DERRICKMEN
and FLOORHANDS
for our slant and vertical rigs.
Experience an asset but will train suitable applicants.
Industry standard wages and group benefit plan available.
Royal Well Servicing has a “fit for duty” policy.
Please email resumes to [email protected]
or Fax: (780) 871-6908
Drug and alcohol screening tests are conducted pre-hire.
NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE.
We offer competitive wages and health benefits.
Email resume’s to [email protected]
ACCOUNTING TECHNICIAN REQUIRED
Septic Vac Truck Drivers
You will be responsible for septic tank pumping, delivery, setup
and servicing of portable toilet units. You must have a clean
hygienic and environmentally friendly attitude for this job. You must
have a clean Class 3 or 5 licenses with air endorsement. You must
be physically fit. This is a full time, year round job Monday to Friday
with occasional weekend work in the summertime.
We offer above average salary and health benefits.
We have modern equipment and excellent safety program.
Will train.
Apply in person
5502-59 Avenue, Lloydminster, AB By
fax 780-875-6015
e-mail [email protected]
No Phone calls.
A driver abstract must be presented upon application.
We have an immediate opening for a full-time Accounting
Technician in our Lloydminster office. Proficiency in
Caseware, Taxprep, Simply/ Quickbooks and knowledge of
the agricultural industry are definite assets.
We offer a relaxed and flexible working environment,
competitive salaries, excellent benefits, Fridays off for June,
July & August, and many other great perks.
Hawkings Epp Dumont LLP is a full service accounting firm
with offices in Edmonton, Stony Plain and Lloydminster.
Please send your resume to Mark Gerlinsky, CGA at
[email protected] Only candidates selected
for an interview will be contacted.
Our main operating bases are Lloydminster and Edmonton, AB. We
are a family owned and operated company with a great team where
there is room for advancement.
To Apply, please send your resume to:
[email protected] | Phone (780) 569 - 5119
Are You Creative?
GRAPHIC DESIGNER
FULL TIME POSITION
INVENTORY
ADMINISTRATOR
Must be skilled with:
• Macintosh OSX and Adobe Creative Suite.
• Have a strong eye for design, stay focused
and keep up in a fast paced office
environment.
• You are willing to learn new skills and
keep up-to-date on advances in graphic
design.
• Must have a Graphic Design Diploma and
at least 1 year of experience in the field of
graphic design.
if this sounds like you...
Apply with
Your resume &
design examples
We Offer
Health & Dental Benefits
Plus RRSPs
to: [email protected]
or drop off at: 5921 - 50 Avenue, Lloydminster, SK
No phone calls please
LLOYDMINSTER
HAWKINGS.COM
WE’RE EXPANDING OUR TEAM...
Serafina Energy is now hiring for
the following positions:
• Facility Process Foreman
• Control Room Operator
• Steam Process Operator
• Plant Operator
• Well Operator
• Maintenance Planner
• As well as other
operational support roles
Serafina Energy Ltd. is a Canadian, private,
start-up heavy oil company with properties
strategically comprised of high-quality, proven,
low risk assets. Serafina is currently in the
process of designing and building a 6,000
barrel per day SAGD facility near Edam, SK.
Please visit our website at www.serafinaenergy.com
for more information about these job opportunities and
to learn more about our company.
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WANTED
FULL-TIME
SERVICE TECHNICIANS
Please email resume to: [email protected]
or fax: 780.875.4711
Moving to a brand new facility and in need of a
DISPATCHER (7 - 7 schedule),
MECHANIC and WELDERS
Fax (780) 875-2147 or email,
[email protected]
or drop resume of at:
6007- 52 Ave.,
Lloydminster
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Canada’s universities,
colleges generate billions
for the economy: report
Every dollar spent on post-secondary education
creates $1.36 for the Canadian economy, according
to a Conference Board of Canada report released
last week at the second Skills and Post-Secondary
Education Summit 2014: Developing the Skills
and PSE Strategy for Canada, at the Metro Toronto
Convention Centre.
“Not only do Canada’s universities and colleges
contribute to our economic and social well-being by
educating and training people, they also generate
significant economic benefits to the communities and provinces where they are situated,” said
Michael Bloom, vice-president, industry and
business strategy.
The Conference Board of Canada estimates
that over $40 billion in spending flows through
Canada’s colleges and universities each year
through government funding, enrollment tuition,
and additional research funding. This spending
produces over $55 billion annually in economic
activity and supports close to 680,000 direct and
indirect jobs. Of note, approximately half of the
economic benefits can be attributed to government
funding of post-secondary education institutions.
The estimates do not include the economic
impact generated by the commercialization of
We’re Hiring
IS CURRENTLY SEEKING:
JOURNEYMAN HEAVY
DUTY MECHANIC
Drug and alcohol screening tests are conducted pre-hire.
NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE.
We’re looking for
more great people
to join our team.
We are currently looking for:
for our Lloydminster Shop
Wages depending upon experience
Group benefit plan available
Royal Well Servicing has a “fit for duty” policy
Please email resumes to [email protected]
or Fax: (780) 871-6908
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WE’RE HIRING!
Rig Managers, Drillers,
Derrickmen, Floorhands
CLASS 1 & 3 DRIVERS &
FLUSHBY OPERATORS
Must have a valid driver’s license H2S and First Aid tickets.
We offer above industry average wages, a benefit package
and the opportunity to work with first rate equipment.
R’ohan Rig Services was the recipient of the CAODC 2008
Class C Safety Leadership Award.
Note: A drug and alcohol (fit for duty) policy is in place to
ensure everyone’s safety.
Phone: (780) 872-7887
Fax resumes to: (780) 872-7122 or
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research conducted by Canada’s post-secondary
education institutions.
Additionally, surrounding communities benefit
from off-campus student spending, which can
generate as much as $17.5 billion in economic
activity. Visitor spending associated with PSE
institutions adds about $2 billion in additional
economic impact.
The report, The Economic Impact of PostSecondary Education in Canada, also examines
the impact of the PSE institutions’ role in developing human and intellectual capital. It finds:
Overall, higher income levels are associated with
higher educational attainment. University degree
holders generate a 36 to 46 per cent greater annual
return on their education investments compared
to high school graduates.
University graduates in applied skills see the
highest returns on their education investments.
Canada’s PSE system performs well on generating ideas, publishing ideas in academic journals
and having research cited. However, it is weak at
converting ideas into new or better products and
services that contribute to economic performance.
Canadian universities could do more to embrace
opportunities for applied research.
• Scheduled days off,
7-3 and 7-4
• Starting wage of $24.50/hr
for training
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continues in Alberta
Earlier this week, officials from the federal and Alberta governments improve the quality of life of Albertans.”
announced a renewed federal Gas Tax Fund (GTF) Agreement that provides
predictable, stable funding for public infrastructure across Alberta.
Quick Facts
The federal GTF provides municipalities with the flexibility to choose and
• Canada’s Gas Tax Fund transfer has provided $14 billion to Canadian
plan infrastructure projects based on their specific priorities. The renewed communities to date. Over the 10-year life of the New Building Canada
agreement governs the flow of an estimated $2.27 billion in federal funds to Plan from 2014 to 2024, the Gas Tax Fund will provide close to $22 billion in
Alberta over the next 10 years, from 2014-15 until 2023-24. This year $208 funding for municipalities.
million has been made available for local projects that meet the needs of
• In total, the New Building Canada Plan will provide $53 billion in
communities across the province.
funding to communities across the country over the next decade. For Alberta,
“Our government’s unprecedented support for public infrastructure is this represents more than $3.2 billion in dedicated federal funding, including
ensuring communities across the country enjoy a high standard of living, almost $942 million under the New Building Canada Fund and an estimated
new economic opportunities, and a safe, healthy environment,” said federal $2.27 billion under the federal Gas Tax Fund*.
Employment Minister Jason Kenney.
• Since the beginning of the program, over 2,000 projects have benefitted
“The federal Gas Tax Fund will allow Alberta communities to address their from funding under the Gas Tax Fund in Alberta.
specific infrastructure priorities, growing jobs here in the province and the
overall Canadian economy.”
Since 2006, significant improvements have been
made to the Gas Tax Fund; it has been extended,
doubled, indexed and made permanent. By enshrining these commitments in legislation, provinces,
territories and municipalities are assured of an
ongoing funding stream to address their municipal
infrastructure needs and priorities. Eligible categories have also been expanded, providing municiThe Regional Business Accelerator is growing! We are currently recruiting a full time position that
palities with more flexibility than ever before to
involves a unique blend of duties including; Business Coaching and Program Director to coordinate the
support local infrastructure.
delivery of the Junior Achievement program to schools in the Lloydminster and area.
With this agreement, the governments of Canada
Duties include:
and Alberta are ensuring a seamless transition to the
• Carry out the day to day coaching and provide path finding to resources for entrepreneurs
New Building Canada Plan, the largest long-term
• Assist with the day to day running of the newly launched Entrepreneur Centre
federal commitment to investing in Canada’s
• Assist members with writing business and marketing plans, understanding financial viability, basics of legal
public infrastructure in our nation’s history.
structures, and technology development
“We know the importance of infrastructure
• Coordination of program deliveries including establishment and maintenance of educator relationships
• Recruitment and training of volunteers for the JA Program
projects to communities across Alberta, many of
• Identification/recruitment of local business sponsors for the JA Program
which are experiencing record levels of growth,”
• Other duties as assigned
said Premier Jim Prentice. “By building a strong
partnership with the federal government we have
Qualifications:
come to a new agreement that supports Alberta’s
• Excellent written/verbal communication, and presentation skills
capital plans and the needs of our province’s
• Ability to work independently or as part of our team
• Ability to interact effectively with diverse groups including a volunteer board
growing population. Together we are making
• Experience in business planning , and business development
investments that support our economy and
BUSINESS COACH OPPORTUNITY
• Proficient in Microsoft Office
• Excellent Time management & Organizational Skills
• Enjoy working with youth in a classroom setting
• Preferable completion of a degree in business and minimum 2 years’ experience working in the industry
(If you are a recent graduate we can work with that too!)
Work alongside us and collaborate with the best in path finding the local, provincial and federal business
supports! Closing date for this competition is November 21st, 2014.
Please send resume by email to: Marya Pettigrew, Executive Director, Regional Business Accelerator
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August 23 – September 22
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Your character will be tested this week, Virgo. Stay
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regarding your finances. Do your homework.
Less is not always more, Libra. If you feel the need to
add to the festivities, then by all means, do. A dream is
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You’re no scrooge, Scorpio, but you know how to save.
A friend could use some help in that area. Show them
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November 22 – December 21
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Silliness is encouraged this week, Sagittarius. Invite
the gang over and have a few laughs. The to-do list
grows. Choose your helpers carefully.
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