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22 September 2015, Vol. 48, Num 36
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Cold Lake Commemorates
the Battle of Britain
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Local News
Wing Commander’s September Message
AETE Welcomes New
Honorary Colonel
Alberta Mayors Visit
CFB Cold Lake
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LCol Joe Mullins, CO of 401 Squadron, was the parade commander at Sunday’s Battle of Britain ceremony. Many of the members
on parade were from 401 Squadron, which traces its roots to the famous air battle.
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Padre’s Corner
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4 Wing and the Cold Lake
community celebrated the 75th
anniversary of the Battle of
Britain on Sunday.
A large gathering of
military and civilian spectators
surrounded the cenotaph
in Cold Lake North for the
commemoration. The troops
on parade were primarily from
401 Squadron, which traces its
roots to the RCAF’s Number 1
Squadron, the only Canadian
squadron to fight in the Battle
of Britain. Canadian personnel
also participated as members
of other units.
4 Wing Commander Col
Eric Kenny said No. 1 Squadron
set the example for Canadian Canada’s north, we can all be
air power today. “At a time sure that the Royal Canadian
when most of the Canadian Air Force will always stand
military had not yet seen ready to defend Canada and its
combat, No. 1 was able to interests at home and abroad at
represent our nation and a moment’s notice.”
defeat what appeared to be
The Battle of Britain was
an untouchable enemy,” he Hitler’s first military defeat.
said. “What these brave men By repelling the Luftwaffe in
and women accomplished and 1940, Allied air forces spared
fought for then, lives on today Great Britain from a planned
in the way Canada generates German invasion. After the
and employs air power.”
battle, British Prime Minister
“Whether it’s our current Winston Churchill expressed
mission in Kuwait to defeat the free world’s gratitude.
the so-called Islamic State,
“The gratitude of every
our air policing mission in home in our island, in
eastern Europe, the various our Empire, and indeed
Search and Rescue missions throughout the world except
from coast to coast to coast, in the abodes of the guilty
or the NORAD mission in goes out to the British airmen
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unweakened by their constant
challenge and mortal danger,
are turning the tide of world
war by their prowess and their
devotion.
Never in the field of human
conflict was so much owed by
so many to so few.”
On Sunday Col Kenny paid
a special tribute to veterans.
“The legacies of peace,
freedom and democracy for
which you served to protect
are truly remarkable gifts. All
of us here today are inspired
by your strength and courage,
and we are forever grateful for
everything you have done for
this great nation of ours,” he
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Tuesday, September 22, 2015
Wing Commander’s September Message
We knew this day work delivering activities
would come, the close and programming for
of a fun-filled summer you and your families.
in Cold Lake and the I’m happy to report
beginning of the cool the completion of the
days and cooler nights of Splash Park, one of our
fall.
latest recreation projects.
The Wing Chief and And last Friday PSP
I welcome the newest organized the Wing’s
arrivals to our vibrant annual Terry Fox event in
community and remind support of a worthwhile
you to seek out the charity.
many opportunities and
This season also
support services available brings with it our
to you. We also wish all ongoing commitment to
children the best in the giving to others in need.
new school year.
The annual COs’ Boot
Recently we held an Shine last week was a
ambitious set of CFB Cold preview to next week’s
Lake welcome activities, Government of Canada
including
welcome Workplace
Charitable
briefs
for
members Campaign
kick-off
and their families, and pancake breakfast at the
entertainment at Club Officers’ Mess.
41. The feedback we
The Wing’s ongoing
have received indicates operations also keep us
that the event was a busy.
success. We invite you to
One
of
our
bring forward any ideas notable missions is our
through your chain of commitment to NORAD.
command to make this I was pleased to hear of
event even better next our successful NORAD
year.
Fighter
Alert
Force
Our partners at PSP Evaluation here and in
and the MFRC are hard at Comox, conducted by
the Inspector General
team from NORAD HQ
in Colorado Springs,
Colorado. The Wing
Chief and I are proud
of this achievement and
encourage
everyone
who contributes to the
NORAD
mission
to
maintain
the
high
standard you have set for
yourselves.
Soon we will say
farewell to 4 Wing
members
embarking
on the next rotation of
Operation IMPACT in
Kuwait. This rotation
will include the newly the public.
Of final note is the
stood-up 401 Sqn as the
main body for the fighter latest development in
the implementation of
detachment.
HONOUR,
Support personnel Operation
from Wing units will the Canadian Armed
response
to
make up the other Forces’
major elements of the sexual harassment within
deployment,
which our ranks. Since my
will
depart
between return from the recent
November
and CDS training session
December.
We
wish and the completion of
you every success, and my training session with
we remind your loved all Command Teams at
ones that we are here 4 Wing, I have issued my
to support them. At the Operation Order which
same time, we look will guide the members
forward to the return of this Wing on the next
of members currently steps for this operation.
It
is
our
deployed to Kuwait and
responsibility
to
other parts of the world.
diligently
to
On Sunday the Wing work
commemorated
the eliminate harmful and
sexual
Battle of Britain. This inappropriate
and
to
year’s ceremony was behaviour,
especially
important, establish and maintain
as it was the 75th the necessary culture
will
optimize
anniversary
of
that that
pivotal battle in which our effectiveness as a
combatair power alone was mission-ready,
integrated
the deciding factor in capable
the allied victory. I am military force, here at
pleased that the event home and wherever the
was well attended by Government of Canada
members of the Base and directs us to operate.
Message du commandant d’escadre - septembre 2015
Nous savons tous
que ce jour viendrait, la
fin d’un été amusant à
Cold Lake et le début
des journées fraîches de
l’automne.
L’ a d j u d a n t - c h e f
et
moi
souhaitons
la
bienvenue
aux
nouveaux venus à notre
communauté dynamique
et vous rappelons de
profiter des possibilités
et des services de soutien
qui vous sont offerts.
Nous tenons également
à souhaiter une bonne
année scolaire à tous les
enfants.
Dernièrement, nous
avons
organisé
bon
nombre d’activités de
bienvenue à la BFC Cold
Lake, notamment des
séances d’accueil pour les
membres et leur famille,
et des événements au
Club 41. D’après la
rétroaction que nous
avons reçue, l’événement
a
été
un
franc
succès.
Nous
vous
invitons
à
présenter,
par votre chaîne de
commandement,
des
idées pour améliorer
davantage l’événement
l’année prochaine.
Nos
partenaires
au PSCP et au CRFM
travaillent fort pour
vous offrir des activités
et des programmes, à
vous et aux membres
de votre famille. J’ai le
plaisir de vous annoncer
l’achèvement du parc
de jeux d’eau, un de
nos derniers projets de
loisirs. Enfin, vendredi
dernier, le PSP a organisé
l’activité
annuelle
Terry Fox à l’appui
d’un
organisme
de
bienfaisance méritant.
De
plus,
cette
saison
nous
permet
de
réaffirmer
notre
engagement continu à
aider les personnes dans
le besoin. Le service
de cirage de bottes du
commandant qui a eu
lieu la semaine dernière
vous donne un aperçu du
petit-déjeuner aux crêpes
à l’occasion du lancement
de la campagne de
charité en milieu de
travail du gouvernement
du Canada qui aura lieu
au mess des officiers.
Les
opérations
courantes de l’escadre
nous tiendront également
occupés.
Une de nos missions
importantes est notre
engagement envers le
NORAD. Je suis heureux
de constater la réussite de
l’Évaluation de la force
d’alerte des chasseurs
qui a été menée ici et
à Comox par l’équipe
de l’inspecteur général
du QG NORAD à
Colorado Springs, au
Colorado.
L’adjudantchef et moi sommes très
fiers de cette réalisation
et encourageons tout le
monde qui a participé à
la mission de NORAD
de maintenir la norme
élevée que vous avez
établie.
Nous dirons bientôt
adieu
aux
membres
de la 4e Escadre qui
participeront
à
la
prochaine rotation de
l’opération
IMPACT
au Koweït. Le 401 Esc
nouvellement créé sera
la section principale pour
le détachement de chasse
de cette rotation.
Les
autres
éléments
importants
du déploiement, qui
débutera en novembre
ou décembre, seront
composés du personnel
de soutien des unités
de l’Escadre. Nous vous
souhaitons
beaucoup
de succès et rappelons
à vos êtres chers que
nous sommes ici pour
les soutenir. En même
temps, nous avons hâte
au retour des membres
actuellement déployés au
Koweït et dans d’autres
régions du monde.
Dimanche
passé,
l’Escadre a souligné la
bataille d’Angleterre. La
cérémonie de cette année
était
particulièrement
importante,
car
il
s’agissait
du
75e
anniversaire de cette
bataille décisive dans
le cadre de laquelle le
pouvoir était le facteur
déterminant
de
la
victoire des Alliés. Je suis
heureux que l’événement
ait attiré un si grand
nombre de participants
de la Base et du public.
Enfin, il convient de
mentionner le dernier
développement
dans
la mise en œuvre de
l’opération
HONOUR,
la réponse des Forces
armées
canadiennes
au harcèlement sexuel
parmi nos grades. Depuis
mon retour de la récente
séance de formation du
CEDM et l’achèvement de
ma séance de formation
avec toutes les équipes
de commandement de
la 4e Escadre, j’ai diffusé
mon ordre d’opération
qui guidera les membres
de cette Escadre dans
les prochaines étapes de
cette opération.
Nous
avons
la
responsabilité
de
travailler avec diligence
afin
d’éliminer
le
comportement
sexuel
nuisible et inapproprié
et afin de maintenir la
culture nécessaire pour
optimiser
l’efficacité
de notre force militaire
intégrée prête à exécuter
des missions et apte au
combat, au pays et partout
où le gouvernement du
Canada nous confie des
missions.
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AETE Welcomes New Honorary Colonel
Jeff Gaye
who is influential in the
Alberta and Canadian
community
A e r o s p a c e business
Engineering
Test so it’s great to have him
Establishment
(AETE) become part of the AETE
has
invested
Perry family and learn about
Shuldhaus, President of what we do and the
Enbridge Income Fund people who do it,” Col
Holdings Ltd, as its new Barker said. “He’s going
to be able to be a great
Honorary Colonel.
HCol
Schuldhaus representative for us out
has been with Enbridge there in the circles he
since 2004, and has works in.”
“But
the
most
worked in the energy
sector for more than important thing for me
30 years. He holds an is that he is obviously
engineering
degree interested and engaged
of the University of in what goes on here in
Alberta and completed the community – he’s
the Finance for Senior done some things from
Executives
program his role with Enbridge,
from Harvard Business but he’s influenced some
things beyond that to
School.
AETE’s commanding make sure the 4 Wing
officer,
Col
Michael community gets a little
Barker,
said
HCol bit of a helping hand
Schuldhaus is a great fit once in a while where we
for AETE and Cold Lake. can use it.”
HCol
Schuldhaus
“He’s obviously someone
be
given
this exciting unit because they do for the air force
said
he’s
looking to
forward to his new opportunity to work with of what they do, and and for the military in
role. He said that as AETE,” he said. “It’s an the importance of what general.”
an engineer and an
executive, “I bring a
perspective
perhaps
unique to the unit. I
can act as a mentor or
sounding
board
for
the Colonel and his
staff on matters where
my expertise might be
appropriate, and lend
perspective
to
their
operations here.”
“I’ve been a leader
for a number of years,
and I’ve got a lot of
experience
motivating
and
mentoring
individuals. If I can
assist
Col
Barker
when he has particular
questions
he’d
like
to bounce off me, I’d
welcome the opportunity
to work with him,” he
said.
Cpl Bryan Carter
“I feel very honoured Col Michael Barker (left) presents HCol Perry Schuldhaus his wings.
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Tuesday, September 22, 2015
Alberta Mayors Visit CFB Cold Lake
Jeff Gaye
Cold Lake hosted
the Alberta Mid-Size
Cities Caucus last week,
and the mayors and
chief
administrative
officers from almost 20
municipalities
visited
CFB Cold Lake on
Thursday.
The
Alberta
Mid-Size Cities Caucus is
a group of municipalities
that represent 22 urban
centres
throughout
the province, with a
total
population
of
over 900,000 people.
The
group
includes
recognized Alberta cities
and other municipalities
with an urban centre
of more than 10,000
residents.
The delegates meet
to discuss issues of
common concern. They
were impressed with
Cold Lake, and found
their visit to the base
especially exciting.
Mayor Rob Saunders
of Lloydminster said it
was “a super day. Col
Kenny started us off with
an orientation to the
base and its history, and
prepped us for our tour.
We’re very fortunate to
visit the base and to have
some insight into the
work that goes on here,
the training and the
expertise, and to raise
awareness of the respect
we need to have for the
men and women of our
air force.”
It
was
Medicine
Hat deputy mayor Jim
Turner’s first visit to Cold
Lake. He had once lined
up at the Medicine Hat
air show to get a close
look at a CF-18 Hornet,
but he said the line was
too long and he “ just
gave up on it.”
“This was a good
chance to get inside the
cockpit and have a good
look. It’s amazing that
these guys can do what
they do.”
Delegates visited 410
Squadron and AETE
while at the base. They
also toured an Imperial
Oil operation and several
city facilities.
“This was our first
time playing host to
the Alberta Mid-Size
Cities Caucus and we are
excited
for
the
opportunity,” Cold Lake
mayor Craig Copeland
said.
“We want to showcase
our area and make the
most out of everyone’s
time here. We are very
thankful for the help
from 4 Wing and
Imperial Oil in making
that happen.”
Jeff Gaye
Delegates to the Alberta Mid-Size Cities Caucus toured the base last week.
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of National Defence, and of the Defence Team disclosure is required by
reports directly to the who contact the SMRC law or at the request of
Deputy Minister.
(I) will be referred to the client.
When calling the services available to nonSMRC (I) staff must
SMRC (I), you will be CAF employees such as also comply with the
connected to friendly, the Employee Assistance requirements
of
the
experienced professionals Program (EAP) and other Federal
Privacy
Act,
who
are
well-versed local specialized centres.
which deals with the
on CAF communities
Everyone within the collection, retention, use,
and services. SMRC (I) SMRC (I) will protect storage and disclosure of
counsellors can also the privacy of the personal information. All
connect you with national information
shared SMRC (I) employees must
and
local
resources, with
them.
All sign a confidentiality
at
the
including
hospital client information is agreement
of
their
emergency departments confidential and strictly beginning
safeguarded
among employment.
and rape crisis centres.
Le Centre d’intervention
sur l’inconduite sexuelle est ouvert
MDN
à fournir du soutien,
des renseignements et
des références entre
7 h et 17 h, heure de l’est,
du lundi au vendredi.
Si vous téléphonez à
l’extérieur des heures
d’ouverture ou pendant
un jour férié, vous aurez
la possibilité de laisser
un message et, à votre
demande, un membre
du personnel retournera
votre appel le jour
ouvrable suivant.
Le CIIS (I) a été mis
sur pied pour répondre
à un besoin crucial
immédiat. Son personnel
aidera
les
militaires
des FAC à s’occuper de
Le
Centre
d’intervention
sur
l’inconduite
sexuelle
(intérimaire) (CIIS (I))
est maintenant ouvert.
Les membres des Forces
armées
canadiennes
(FAC) qui sont victimes
de
comportements
sexuels
néfastes
et
inappropriés, ou qui en
sont témoins, peuvent
maintenant téléphoner
au 1-844-750-1648 ou
en envoyant un courriel
à
DND.SMRC-CIIS.
[email protected]
Une
équipe
de
professionnels est prête
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d’aiguillage
vers
les ressources et les
mécanismes de plainte,
la
coordination
du
soutien continu avec les
fournisseurs de services
internes et externes est
offerte.
Le
CIIS
(I)
fonctionne parallèlement
à
la
chaîne
de
commandement
mais
de manière distincte, au
sein du ministère de la
Défense nationale, et
Les employés civils leur divulgation de soit
relève directement du de l’Équipe de la Défense requise par la loi ou à la
sous-ministre.
qui communiquent avec demande du client.
Lorsque
vous le CIIS (I) seront dirigés
Le personnel du
téléphonez au CIIS (I), vers les services offerts CIIS (I) doit également
vous êtes mis en contact aux
conformer
aux
non-militaires, se
avec des professionnels comme le Programme exigences de la Loi
chaleureux
et d’aide aux employés fédérale sur la protection
expérimentés
renseignements
qui (PAE) et d’autres centres des
personnels, qui porte
connaissent
bien
la spécialisés de la région.
sur
la
communauté
et
les
Tous
ceux
qui notamment
services des FAC. Les travaillent au CIIS (I) collecte, la conservation,
conseillers du CIIS (I) protégeront le caractère l’utilisation, le stockage
peuvent aussi vous mettre privé des renseignements et
la
divulgation
renseignements
en contact avec des qui leur sont divulgués. de
ressources nationales et Tous les renseignements personnels. Tous les
du
CIIS
locales utiles, comme les divulgués
par
les employés
doivent
signer
urgences des hôpitaux clients sont strictement (I)
entente
de
et les centre d’aide aux confidentiels et protégés une
victimes
d’agression par le personnel du confidentialité lors de
CIIS (I) à moins que leur embauche.
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Tuesday, September 22, 2015
Medley CFB Society Looking for Projects, Volunteers
Sgt Pat Schwindt
The Medley CFB
Society
has
funds
available for eligible
projects, and volunteer
opportunities for new
committee members.
The Medley CFB
Society
was
created
in 1981 to distribute
funds ($2 million) from
the
Government
of
Alberta for the benefit of
residents of the military
married quarters. The
original objective of
the Society was “to
provide recreational and
community services to
the citizens of Medley.”
In 1997, the Society
radically revamped its
direction and marketing
strategy to keep pace
with changing times.
Mission
and
vision
statements were revised
to reflect fluctuating
economic markets and
the increasing needs of
the military community.
The composition of the
Society’s committee was
modified and expanded
to represent the full
spectrum of the military
community.
The committee is
composed of appointed,
volunteer and ex-officio
members. The appointed
and volunteer members
hold voting rights, while
the ex-officios are nonvoting members who
act as advisors to the
committee.
The
appointed
members are Regular
Force personnel who
participate as part of
their Wing duties. The
Wing Commander is the
Chairperson, the Wing
Chief Warrant Officer
is the Vice-chairperson,
the Wing Comptroller
is the Treasurer and the
Deputy Wing Personnel
Services Officer is the
Secretary.
The
ex-officio
members include a Cold
Lake city councillor, a
legal representative and
a financial manager. The
volunteer members are
Regular Force, Reserve
Force, military spouses
and civilians from the
Cold Lake community.
The Society provides
one-time contributions to
projects or organizations
that provide a benefit
to the 4 Wing and CFB Day
Care,
Imperial
Cold Lake community. Park, North Bay Cabins,
Applicants are expected the Col JJ Parr Sports
to have explored all other Centre, the Millennium
options for financial Trail, Beaver Valley Scout
assistance. Requests must Camp and the CWO
be submitted in writing, Peter Stauffer Memorial
detailing the amount of Scholarships.
If you wish to apply
funding required, who
will benefit from the for funding from the
project and what other Medley CFB Society,
channels of funding have or if you’d like to join
been explored.
the Committee, contact
The Medley CFB 4 Wing Chief Warrant
Society has contributed Officer Alain Roy by
more than $5 million in telephone at 780-840grant money to projects 8000 extension 8113 or
including the Tri-Town by email at [email protected]
Aviation Museum, Medley forces.gc.ca.
La Société BFC Medley cherche de projets et de bénévoles
Sgt Pat Schwindt
La
Société
BFC
Medley a des fonds à
octroyer pour des projets
admissibles et offre des
possibilités de bénévolat
comme membre de son
comité.
La
Société
BFC
Medley a été créée en
1981 pour distribuer
des fonds (2 millions
de dollars) provenant
du gouvernement de
l’Alberta au profit des
résidants des logements
familiaux
militaires.
L’objectif initial de la
Société était de fournir
des services récréatifs
et communautaires aux
citoyens de Medley.
En 1997, la Société
a complètement changé
d’orientation
et
de
stratégie promotionnelle
pour
s’adapter
au
changement.
Ses
énoncés de mission et de
vision ont été révisés
pour
refléter
les
marchés
économiques
fluctuants et les besoins
grandissants
de
la
communauté
militaire.
La
composition
du
comité de la Société a
été modifiée et élargie
pour qu’il représente
toute la diversité de la
communauté militaire.
Le comité se compose
de membres nommés,
de membres bénévoles
et de membres d’office.
Les membres nommés
et bénévoles ont des
droits de vote tandis
que les membres d’office
sont
des
membres
sans droit de vote qui
agissent
comme
conseillers auprès du
comité.
Les
membres
nommés
sont
des
membres
de
la
Force régulière et la
participation au comité
fait partie de leurs
fonctions à l’Escadre.
Le
commandant
de
l’Escadre en est président,
l’adjudant-chef
de
l’Escadre, vice-président,
le
contrôleur
de
l’Escadre, trésorier, et
l’officier adjoint des
services au personnel,
secrétaire.
Les membres d’office
sont un représentant
juridique,
un
gestionnaire financier et
un conseiller municipal
de Cold Lake. Les
membres bénévoles sont
des membres de la Force
régulière, des membres
de la Force de réserve, des
conjoints de militaires et
des civils de Cold Lake.
La
société
verse
des
contributions
non
renouvelables
pour des projets et à
des
organismes
qui
procurent un avantage
à la communauté de
la 4e Escadre et de la
BFC Cold Lake. Les
demandeurs sont censés
avoir
étudié
toutes
les autres possibilités
d’aide
financière.
Les demandes doivent
être présentées par écrit
et indiquer en détail la
somme requise, à qui
profitera le projet et
quels autres modes de
financement ont été
envisagés.
La
Société
BFC
Medley a versé pour
plus de 5 millions de
dollars de subventions
pour divers projets dont
le Musée de l’aviation de
Tri-Town, la Garderie de
Medley, le parc Imperial,
les chalets de la baie
Nord, le Centre sportif
Col JJ Parr, le sentier du
Millénaire, le camp scout
de la vallée de la Beaver
et les bourses d’étude
commémoratives Adjuc
Peter Stauffer.
Si vous souhaitez
faire
une
demande
de financement à la
Société BFC Medley ou
vous joindre au comité,
veuillez
communiquer
avec l’Adjudant-chef de
la 4e Escadre, Alain Roy,
par téléphone, au 780840-8000, poste 8113,
ou par courriel, à Alain.
[email protected]
MFRC Bulletin Board
Crop Haven:
Hours of fun, personal craft tables, new friends
and ideas.
Dates: Sept 25 - 27
Register & pre-pay at the MFRC
Monthly $25 per person
Cooking Classes:
Date: Classes on October 21st, November 18th,
December 2nd and more coming!
Time: 6:00 - 8:30 pm Price: $25.00 per class
Do you enjoy cooking? Or are you interested in learning
new skills and recipes? Register today for our monthly
cooking classes with Mel Power and Jeff Durling.
West Edmonton Mall Passes:
Available at the MFRC at a discounted price. The
pass entitles you to a full day admission to the World
WaterPark OR Galaxyland OR your choice of two of the
following: Ice Palace, Marine Life, WEM’s Adventure
Golf, Dragon’s Tale Mini-Golf, two games of Bowling,
one hour of Billiards. Prices increased as of September
15th.
P.O. Box 5260, Station Forces
Cold Lake, Alberta T9M 2C3
Tel: (780) 594-6006
Fax: (780) 594-5776
Email: [email protected]
www.facebook.com/coldlake.mfrc
Second Language Training
(French & English):
Learn or improve a second language. 60 hours of
instructor led classes over 10 weeks. All required
course manuals are included in the course fees.
Course follows a national curriculum adapted from
the Canadian Forces Language program.
Military Members - $25.00
Military Spouses & Dependants - $50.00
Community Members - $100.00
Sew & Sew:
Date: Sept 23, Oct 7 & 21, Nov 4 & 18, Dec 9
Time: 6 - 9 pm Place: 4 Wing MFRC
Are you an expert quilter or just interested in starting?
Join this newly formed Sew & Sew Quilting Group
for tips, instruction, laughs and learning. For more
information contact Cat Lee at 780-813-1934.
Medley Youth Centre
What’s Coming Up?
September 25th, 2015 1:00-3:00 (ages 10-17)
“Fabulous Friday Snacking Creations” - Learn how to
create desserts, pizza and more fun food!!
September 26th, 2015 1:00-4:00 (ages 10-12)
6:30-11:00 (ages 13-17)
“Mini Sticks Challenge” - Come make your own
unique mini stick in preparation to transform one of
the back rooms into a mini stick hang out.
October 9th, 2015 1:00-4:00 (ages 10-17)
“Thankful For Family - Friday Workshop” - Celebrate
all the things you are thankful for this thanksgiving
season.
Call the MFRC office at 780-594-6006 for further details
for the events above. Pre-registration is required for all
events. Membership is $24/year and includes discounts
on Youth Centre events.
Youth Centre Hours of Operation
CLOSED ON SUNDAYS and Statutory Holidays
M 6:30-9:30pm (Ages 10-12)
Tu 6:30-9:30pm (Ages 13-17)
W 6:30-9:30pm (Ages 10-12)
Th 6:30–9:30pm (Ages 13-17)
F 6:30 – 11:00pm (Ages 13-17)
Sat 1:00pm-4:00pm
(Ages 10-12)
6:30–11:00pm (Ages 13-17)
Tuesday, September 22, 2015
The Courier News & Publishing
Bosses’
Fundraising
Effort Shines
Jeff Gaye
Commanding
Officers
and
Unit
Warrant Officers got
out their brushes and
cloths to shine boots for
4 Wing charities last
Thursday.
The annual CO and
CWO Boot Shine leads
up to the Government
of Canada Workplace
Charities
Campaign
(GCWCC) launch. For a
contribution to GCWCC
charities, members had
the boots polished by
their CO or UWO.
The GCWCC will
officially
launch
on
October 2 with a pancake
breakfast at the Officers’
Mess.
Everyone
is
welcome to enjoy a hearty
breakfast and contribute
to the campaign.
The Wing Charities
Committee has set a goal
of 100 per cent of 4 Wing
members canvassed and
$40,000 in funds raised.
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Elections Canada will have a voter registration desk in the Canex Mall on September 29 and 30
from 10:00 am to 3:00 pm. Non-military voters can update their voter information before
Advance Polls and Election Day at this desk. Ensure that you come prepared with proper
identification (see www.elections.ca).
Deux représentants de Elections Canada tiendront un kiosque d'inscription et de révision au
complexe du Canex le 29 et 30 septembre de 10h00 à 15h00. Les électeurs, qui ne sont pas
membres des Forces Armées, pourront y mettre à jour leur dossier et s'inscrire avant la tenue du
vote par anticipation et du jour de l'élection. Soyez prêts et apportez vos preuves d'identité.
Pour plus d'information, visitez www.elections.ca
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The W Admin Shoe Shine Stand was busy Thursday
morning as WO Bouchard (left) and MCpl Whynot
had their boots polished by A/W Admin O Maj Aldous
and W Admin CWO Brassington, respectively.
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Week
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Tuesday, September 22, 2015
Turbo Redefines
“Snail’s Pace”
Trinity United Church Yard Sale
On Saturday, October 3rd from 9 am - 12 noon at 5013 55th St (next door to the KFC). All
donations are graciously accepted. Goods can be dropped off at the church Wednesday,
September 30th or Friday, October 2nd from 9:00 am - 12 noon. For additional information
please call 780-639-2641, 780-573-0960, 780-594-3155 or 780-594-0330.
Base Welcome
Door Prize Winners
Door prize winners from the Base Welcome Barbecue September 11 are:
Grand Prize
“Stay-cation” package courtesy of Hamilton House Bed & Breakfast Inn:
Shawn Hatcher
Second Prize
$200 gift certificate courtesy of Canex:
Christina Radiff
Third Prize
$100 gift certificate courtesy of Canex:
Brennan MacLean
Jeff Gaye
I remember an old
joke about a snail who
bought a fast car, and
had an “S” painted on
the side of it. Why? “So
whenever people see me
drive by, they’ll say ‘look
at that S Car go!’”
Groan.
Turbo is another story
about a speedy snail,
though this one doesn’t
drive a car. A freak
accident gives the little
gastropod the power
of super-speed and the
ambition to be the fastest
snail in the world. To
prove it, he sets out to win
the Indianapolis 500.
This is a Dreamworks
production, which means
the animation is superb
and the dialogue is
entertaining for kids and
adults alike. Some A-list
actors lend their voices
to the characters too,
including Ryan Reynolds,
Paul Giamatti, Samuel L.
Jackson and Snoop Dogg.
Turbo is this Sunday’s
offering from the 4 Wing
Movie Club. It will be
shown at 1:00 pm at the 4
Wing Theatre. Admission
is free to defence team
members, others will
be charged a small
admission fee.
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Personnel Support Programs
Be Responsible, Accountable and Honest
Tammy Buchanan,
Health Promotion
Specialist
One night my two
sons and their friends
rented a limousine for fun
(the story goes), stopped
“Don’t be late, don’t to watch movies at a
be lazy, and don’t lie” friend’s house and on the
are the top three rules way home, found a girl
in our household. If you highly intoxicated and
asked our children about lying in a snowbank. Not
the three L’s for life, knowing what to do they
they could rattle them brought her home and
off with no problem. put her on our couch.
When
I
went
The three L’s are a lot
to
meet
easier
to
remember downstairs
than “be responsible, the boys they stated
that
is
be accountable and be emphatically
honest,” although they how the story went. I
mean the same in my mentioned that the third
L was important and if
book.
Terry Fox Works Results
Unit Participation Award: W Ops/42 Radar
Head Shave, most money raised: Jane Desaulniers
Pull The Pumper: 409 Squadron
Tug o’ War: 409 Squadron Team 2
Total registrations: 650
Funds raised (unofficial): $7,350
Wing Commander’s Wellness
Challenge Results
Registered: 62
Prize draw winner: MCpl Richard, W Ops
wins a $50 SportChek gift card
Completed Nutrition Challenge: 43
Prize draw winner:
Cpl Trudel 1 AMS wins a NutriBullet blender
Completed Exercise Challenge: 33
Prize draw winner:
Tannis Patterson, 42 Radar wins a FitBit
Completed both: 27
Grand Prize draw winner: Capt Jorgensen, W Ops
wins a FitBit Flex and a NutriBullet blender
they wanted to change
their story, now would
be a good time. They
insisted they were not
lying. We dealt with the
girl and her parents
and turned in for the
night.
Several hours later I your spirit and your life
heard a gentle knocking in a positive way. They
on our bedroom door. make you feel good.
My youngest son stood
Cherishing
these
quietly, saying he needed friendships is important,
to change the story. He as is being a good
couldn’t stand the fact he friend. David Irvine
had lied and he needed writes in his book
to come clean. He was The
Authentic
Leader,
building integrity, he was “Earning the right to be
building character!
on a person’s integrity list
Having friends with is
an
extraordinary
integrity can help you privilege.” Having friends
through tough times. and being a friend can
You can probably list a give you a sense of
few good people you belonging and prevent
can count on, always. loneliness. It can give you
Integrity is having strong a sense of security and
moral principles and increase your sense of
being honest. These self-worth.
people affect your mind,
Gandhi said “one
Health Promotion
Derek Coe &
Tammy Buchanan
Health Can Be Catching
cannot do right in but one of their friends
one department of life (Snowbank Girl) was so
whilst being occupied drunk that she was too
by doing wrong in any scared to go home and
other department.” As encounter her father.
my sons continue on in She asked to come home
life, I encourage them to with them to avoid the
They
build character by being confrontation.
responsible, accountable obliged.
I was happy that in
and honest. If they can’t
remember that, I am sure the end they decided to
they will keep the three be honest with me. I was
not angry…well, up until
L’s in mind!
The
real
story Snowbank Girl threw up
goes something like on my couch.
(Resources: National
this: my sons and their
friends decided to rent Defence – Stress Take
a limousine and attend Charge; David Irvine &
a drinking party. After Jim Reger – The Authentic
some socializing they Leader: It’s About Presence,
were returning home, Not Position)
4 Wing Community
Library
Located in the 4 Wing Community Access Building • 780-594-7456
Mon - Thurs: 11:00 - 4:00 pm
Wed Evening: 6:30 - 8:30 pm
Fri: 11:00 - 3:00 pm
Sun: 12:00 - 3:00 pm
Tuesday, September 22, 2015
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Construction Begins
on New RHUs
Jeff Gaye
Construction
has
begun on Cold Lake’s
first new Residential
Housing Units (RHUs)
since 1968.
Wing
Commander
Col Eric Kenny, WCWO
Alain Roy and Cold Lake
CFHA Manager Tania
Locke performed the
ceremonial sod-turning
last Tuesday.
Value Master Homes
was awarded the contract
to build four duplexes
(eight units) in the Beaver
neighbourhood at a cost
of $3 million. The project
is part of an $8 million
investment in Cold Lake
residential
housing
as part of the Federal
Infrastructure Investment
Program (FIIP).
The new units will
each have three bedrooms
and an attached garage.
They will be completed by
the end of March 2016.
The program will
also
fund
external
retrofits to 75 units,
replacing windows, doors
and siding to improve
energy efficiency. Ten
units will be completely
renovated,
including
replacement of electrical,
plumbing and heating
systems, renovations to
kitchens and bathrooms,
and improvements to the
overall layout.
Other improvements
are being conducted
outside of the FIIP,
including 32 external
retrofits, new kitchen
cabinets in 25 units and
50 new sheds.
The
Martineau
neighbourhood
will
eventually
be
destroyed, in a phased
approach, and RHU
inventory concentrated
in
the
remaining
neighbourhoods
as
new units are built and
existing ones improved.
The agency has cited
the condition of the
units, the area’s servicing
infrastructure and issues
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EMPLOYMENT
OPPORTUNITIES
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 
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 
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 
 
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 
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 
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


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with access as reasons for
 
the eventual demolition

of Martineau housing.
“The
long-term
 
plan for housing  in
Cold Lake includes the
 
overall consolidation of
 
the housing portfolio


through the phased
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
disposal of the Martineau
 
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Residential Housing Area,
 

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[and] the replacement




of Residential Housing
 


Units in the Athabasca/

 
Beaver
sectors,”
a




CFHA
spokesperson


said. “The continued




recapitalization
and


betterment of existing

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provide suitable housing
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are
the
civilians
at home and abroad
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for CAF members.”
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Serving Those Who Serve
Now Hiring...
Production Coordinator
Non-Public Funds
Personnel Support Programs
CFB Cold Lake
Casual Position
A career where you can make a difference!
Who We Are: Canadian Forces Morale and Welfare Services is
committed to enhancing the morale and welfare of the military
community, ultimately contributing to the operational readiness and
effectiveness of the Canadian Armed Forces (CAF). We pride ourselves
on being part of the Defence Team. For more information on who we
are, please visit us at www.cfmws.com.
Job Summary: Under the supervision of the Canadian Forces
Newspaper Manager, the Production Coordinator receives customers’
orders for classified advertising, writes and showcases pages, edits
copy, calculates advertising rates and manages design and layout.
He/she produces typeset material from articles for proofreading and
editing.
Shared Competencies: As part of our team, you would display the
following shared competencies: Client Service, Organizational
Knowledge, Communication, Innovation, Teamwork and Leadership.
Jeff Gaye
Before: Col Kenny (fourth from left), Tania Locke (CFHA Manager), WCWO Roy turn the sod with
representatives of Value Master Homes, Defence Construction Canada, WCE and CFHA.
BENEFITS TO YOU:
•
Dedicated programs including new employee orientation
program and on-the-job training
•
Savings plans (TFSA, RRSPs)
•
Facilities on base available to employees (i.e. Fitness facility,
Swimming pool, etc)
•
$14.81 - $16.12 per hour
•
Shop at CANEX– option for “no interest” credit plan
How to Apply: Online at www.cfmws.com under our career section
or via email to [email protected] quoting competition
#CLK-15-038. This competition closes on 2 October 2015 at 23:59 hrs
Pacific Time.
Place your classified ad with us for only
$7.50 + GST/week (up to 30 words) or
$10.00 + GST/week (up to 60 words)
After: Four new duplexes, like those shown here, will be completed by the end of March 2016.
Classified Advertising
All classifieds must be paid in advance. Advertisements may be dropped off at
our Centennial Building office between 0900 and 1500hrs Monday thru Friday.
Deadline: Wednesday 1500hrs for following Tuesday
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No such advertisement and/or design nor any part thereof may be reproduced
without prior written consent of The Courier.
Corrections
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before the second insertion. The advertiser agrees that The Courier and its staff
shall not be liable for losses and/or damages arising out of errors or omissions in
advertisements whether such errors or omissions are due to negligence or otherwise and there shall be no liability for non-insertion of any advertisement.
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misleading, or offensive to its readers. The Courier reserves the right to classify
all advertisements. All advertising copy is subject to the editor’s approval. The
Courier is not responsible for the products and/or services advertised. Readers
should exercise proper judgement with the content.
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Tuesday, September 22, 2015
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(APEGA) service centre has been
experienced
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significant data breach at and members should visit
for
approximately 11:45 am www.apega.ca
Monday, September 21. updates as they become
The first name, last name available.
APEGA CEO Mark
and email addresses of
approximately
75,000 Flint, P.Eng held a news
members were given to conference in Edmonton
after
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an unknown party as Monday
publication
the result of a phishing Courier’s
deadline. More news will
event.
APEGA is advising be available this week
its members not to online or through usual
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2015
Rid of Our Disgrace
Padre Christopher
Willis
On July 23rd the
Chief of the Defence
Staff
introduced
Operation Honour to
the members of the CAF.
I appreciate the strong
tone and stand that Gen
Vance took when he
said, “whether you are
a leader, a subordinate
or a peer, any form of
harmful sexual behaviour
undermines who we are,
is a threat to morale, is
a threat to operational
readiness and is a threat
to this institution. It stops
now.”
Recently I read a
book titled Rid of My
Disgrace:
Hope
and
Healing for Victims of
Sexual Assault by Justin
and Lindsey Holcomb.
This book is written from
a Christian worldview
so it may not be for
everyone.
The Holcombs have
significant
experience
helping people work
through the carnage
produced
by
sexual
assault and harassment. I
recommend the book to
anyone who doesn’t find
the Christian worldview
objectionable and is
looking for guidance on
how to address such a
critical issue.
I found the Holcombs’
presentation
of
two
concepts helpful. They
define grace as one-way
love. Meaning “grace is
love that seeks you out
even if you have nothing
to give in return. Grace
is being loved when you
are or feel unlovable.
Padre’s Corner
St. Mark’s Protestant Chapel
[Across from Art Smith Aviation Academy]
Sacraments
For information on Spiritual guidance, Baptism, or
to register for Marriage Preparation Courses call the
office. You must register six months in advance and
please note that marriage preparation is required.
Funerals and memorial services can be requested by
first contacting our Administrative Assistant.
Chapel Life Programming
All local military/DND and visiting military/
DND personnel and their families are welcome
and encouraged to join our opportunities of
worship, social events, and charitable service
activities. St. Mark’s Ladies Guild and St. Mark’s
Men’s Fellowship are always open to receiving new
members.
• Men’s Monthly Fellowship Breakfast,
last Saturday of the month 8:30 am,
September to May.
• Military Christian Fellowship, Wednesdays
11:30 am - 1:00 pm, September to June.
Grace has the power to behavior is affecting
turn despair into hope. our
institution
and
Grace listens, lifts up, brings disgrace upon
cures, transforms, and us. But there is hope
heals.” And they define for the healing of our
sexual assault as one-way institution. Hope and
violence, which causes us healing come by refusing
to experience disgrace. to sweep the mess
Disgrace
“destroys, under the rug. Healing
causes pain, deforms most often comes after
and wounds. It alienates a sickness has been
and isolates. Disgrace diagnosed and treated.
makes you feel worthless,
The
Holcombs
rejected, unwanted, and offer critical words that
repulsive like a persona deserve our attention.
non grata (a person “Disgrace silences and
without grace).”
shuns. Your suffering of
Harmful
sexual disgrace is only increased
Sunday Service
10:30 am Divine Worship
Communion - 1st Sunday of the month
Sunday School - September to June
Chaplains - Protestant
Padre William Hubbard (Anglican) ........... 8165
Padre Dave Stewart (Pres) ........................ 8167
Padre Christopher Willis (EFCC)............. 7716
when others force your
silence. The refusals of
others to speak about
sexual assault and listen
to victims tell the truth
is a refusal to offer grace
and healing.”
The way of hope
and healing for our
institution can also offer
hope and healing for
those who have suffered
one-way violence. If you
have, be encouraged
there is hope for you, you
can tell the truth and the
truth can set you free.
Call 1-877-290-1019.
Holy Name Roman Catholic Chapel
[Corner of Kingsway and Queensway]
Sacraments
Sunday Eucharist
11:00 am in English
Children’s Liturgy - September to June
Chaplains - Roman Catholic
Information on Baptism, 1st Reconciliation, 1st
Communion, Confirmation, Holy Matrimony, Holy
Orders/Ordination, or Sacrament of the Sick, you may
contact any of the RC chaplains or the Administrative
Assistant. A pre-matrimony (marriage) course is
mandatory with a minimum of six months - preferably
one year - notice prior to the intended wedding date.
Sacrament/Anointing of the Sick or Sacrament of
Reconciliation can be at any opportunity upon request to
a priest. Funerals and memorial services can be requested
by first contacting our Administrative Assistant.
Padre Marian Korzeniowski ..................... 8170
Padre Jacques Tremblay...............................7975
Padre Zbigniew Jonczyk .............................7716 Chapel Life
Administrative Assistant: Nicole Laframboise..….....................7969
You may call her for more information or to register.
[Our offices are located in Building 115 next to the CFHA.]
All local RC military/DND and visiting RC military/
DND personnel and their families are welcome and
encouraged to join our opportunities of worship, social
events, and charitable service activities. Catholic
Women’s League and Knights of Columbus are
always open to receiving new members. Additionally,
confidential pastoral counselling in regard to personal
faith, family, or employment related matters can be
available upon request/appointment.
The Beehive Thrift Shop
Hours: Tuesdays 1 pm - 3 pm
Thursdays 7 pm - 9 pm
Saturdays 10 am - 12 pm
The Beehive Thrift Shop is now open in their new location behind the Expressmart Convenience Store and Gas Bar.
We accept customer items on consignment; we gladly accept donations. Profits go back into the community. Phone 780-840-8000 ext. 4056
Entertainment
Tuesday, September 22, 2015
The Courier News & Publishing
Page 11
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6. Didn’t have enough
10. Pimples
14. Roswell crash victim,
supposedly
15. Asian tongue
16. Black shade
17. Russian kolkhozes (2
wds)
20. Penn & ___, illustionists
21. One back from a
journey
22. 50 Cent piece
24. 18-wheeler
25. Kind of year
30. Monotony
34. Computer program
writer
35. Biblical measure
37. Biochemistry abbr.
38. Warner Bros. creation
39. Comedian
40. Annoyance
41. Always, in verse
42. Malodorous
43. Light bulb units
44. Unit of weight to measure silk
46. People from Kathmandu
48. Indian bread
50. Big ___ Conference
51. Gamepieces, including
kings and queens
55. Immediately (2 wds)
60. “That,” e.g., when used
to introduce a clause (2 wds)
62. Persia, now
63. “Buona ___” (Italian
greeting)
64. Rocket fuel ingredient,
for short
65. Cram, with “up”
66. Put one’s foot down?
67. Brace
DOWN
1. Agreement
2. ___ vera
3. Brook
4. Be a snitch
5. Villain, at times
6. Baseball’s Master Melvin
7. Blender sound
8. Overhangs
9. Suitable for restricted
caloric intake
10. Mite or tick
11. Oil source
12. Finger, in a way
13. “... or ___!”
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19. Concentrated liquid from
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23. Ornamental loop
25. Didn’t dawdle
26. Australian bush call
27. Beautify
28. Animal house
29. Herb used in curry
31. About to explode
32. Condos, e.g.
33. Parsonage
36. Bathroom cleaner?
39. Potter
40. Amigo
42. Large and sumptuous
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3
SUDOKU
7
2
4
BALLOTS GIVEN OUT ON
MONDAY-WEDNESDAY
ONLY FROM
September 28 October 25, 2015
Door - (1) Ballot per day
Tables - (1) Ballot for any Blackjack or any Straight Hand or Higher
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Lounge - (1) Ballot for any song you sing on Karaoke Night
meal
43. Licentious women
45. Crackers
47. Brandy flavor
49. “Well, I ___!”
51. Baby holder
52. Principal male character
in a story
53. Brio
54. “I, Claudius” role
56. “Don’t bet ___!” (2 wds)
57. Do, for example
58. Fix
59. Carbon compound
61. Crash site?
Capricorn - December 22 - January 19
Solitude comes at a price. Make sure it’s worth it, Capricorn.
The chore list grows. Relax. It’s all doable. Frustrations at the
office boil over.
Aquarius - January 20 - February 18
A friend’s behavior spirals out of control. You could say
something, Aquarius, but it might be better received from a
mentor. A contract expires.
Pisces - February 19 - March 20
Panic sets in at home when a highly prized item turns up lost.
Don’t turn your home upside down looking for it, Pisces. It will
reappear when the time is right.
Aries - March 21 - April 19
Read your mind, Aries? You know better. Make your
expectations clear, and they will be met. A race is completed,
and there is more than one winner.
Taurus - April 20 - May 20
A trade at home is less than fair, but if all parties are happy,
there is nothing for you to say, Taurus. Auto repairs prove less
costly than thought.
Gemini - May 21 - June 21
Calm down, Gemini. It won’t be as bad as it has been painted
out to be. A debt is wiped out with a generous windfall. Travel is
in the works.
Cancer - June 22 - July 22
Cancers can be cunning. Use that to your advantage to land an
opportunity. A peek into a purse inspires a walk down memory
lane.
Leo - July 23 - August 22
Oh, boy, Leo. An idea tanks big time at a meeting. There is
some good in it, though. Speak up. A brief trip uncovers a real
need. Fulfill it if you can.
Virgo - August 23 - September 22
It’s a toss-up, Virgo. There is no cut-and-dried winner. Offer
congratulations to other parties. A welcome home gift warms
the heart.
Libra - September 23 - October 22
Prices are up, Libra. What are you waiting for? Sell! A lesson
in investing begins. Listen closely. Two wrongs do not make a
right.
Scorpio - October 23 - November 21
Golden moments make for a marvelous week. Enjoy, Scorpio.
A last-place finish is by no means an indication of failure.
Convincing a youngster of that will be hard.
Sagittarius - November 22 - December 21
Painstaking efforts to see a project to fruition pay off. The
results defy all expectations. A senior oversteps their bounds.
Reel them in gently, Sagittarius.
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1
9
4
5
7
2
9
2
5
1
6
6
7
5
3
5
8
6
4
7
To solve a Sudoku
puzzle,
every number from 1 to 9 must
appear
in: 2014 GMT. Enjoy!
Generated
by http://www.opensky.ca/~jdhildeb/software/sudokugen/
on Tue
Nov 25 21:02:15
- Each of the nine vertical columns - Each of the nine horizontal rows - Each of the nine 3x3 boxes
Remember no number can occur more than once in any column, row, or box.
Answers can be found at www.thecouriernewspaper.ca.
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The Courier News & Publishing
Tuesday, September 22, 2015
“Terry Fox Works” Raises $7,350 for Cancer Research
The Courier
Friday’s Terry Fox Works event had raised $7,350
by 10:30 am, with more donations to come.
4 Wing Commander Col Eric Kenny said the event
was a great way to raise not only funds, but awareness.
He commended Avr Chris Holden and PSP fitness
instructor Luke Grasby for sharing their respective
survival stories. Avr Holden’s father is cancer free
after having been diagnosed last year, and Grasby
underwent melanoma surgery this summer.
650 people registered for the annual Terry Fox
run, and many more joined in.
Jeff Gaye
W TIS leans into it in the Pull-the-Pumper event.
Jeff Gaye
Luke Grasby told his personal cancer survivor story.
Jeff Gaye
The start of the 2015 Terry Fox Run.
Jeff Gaye
W Admin gave their all in the Tug-o’-War.
Jeff Gaye
Avr Chris Holden reports his dad is now cancer-free.
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