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12 QUESNELCARIBOO OBSERVER
V\/ednesday, March 13, 20Q2
QUESNEICARIBtfO OBSERVER
How to save for your
er education
chUd'
Are you interested in
iielping your children or
your grandchildren reach
their dreams?
Saving for their education can be one way to
help. There are three ways
to save for education expenses, formal trusts, informal trusts and registered education savings
plans (RESPs).
RESPs are savings
plans set up by someone
interested in helping a
child with his or her postsecondary education. Typically a parent or grandparent, but it can be anyone interested in helping
the child.
The
contributor
makes a deposit of up to
$4,000 each year to a lifetime
maximum
of
$42,000 per beneficiary
(child). These contributions are not tax-deductible. A l l interest, d i v i dends and capital gains
can grow tax free until
withdrawn for the benefi, ciary's education.
Contributions should
be made prior to December 31 of the year for inclusion in that year's calculation. Y o u should note
that contributions oyer
the maximum allowable
are subject to a penalty of
one per cent per month
.on the excess amount.
The
contributor
chooses the investments
and there are no foreign
content restrictions such
as with RRSPs.
Contributions can be
made for up to 21 years
for individual plans only
and under age 21 for family plans. Both individual and family plans can
exist for up to 25 years.
Your beneficiary will
pay tax on the earnings of
the plan at his or her tax
rate at which time the
earnings of the plan are
withdrawn to pay for college, university or any
other eligible post-secondary institutional costs.
Your contributions to
the plan may qualify for
the Canada Education
Savings Grant (CESG)
from the federal government. This is an annual
top-up of 20 per cent of
your RESP contribution
to a maximum of $400
per beneficiary.
To qualify for the
grant your child must
have a social insurance
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Parents, who. want to help their children with post-secondary education, can set up an
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number, be a Canadian
resident, and be under 18
years o f age. There are
special circumstances for
children that are 16 or 17.
RESP contributions
made prior to 1998 are
not eligible for the C E S G .
The CESG may have to be
repaid if it is not used for
post-secondary education
expenses by any of the
beneficiaries.
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Generally speaking, contribution room.
no. Y o u may have several
options depending on
how the plan was originally set up. If it is a family
T A X & E S T A T E
P L A N N I N G
RESP then another child
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L A N D O W N E R S
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H a v e you done yours?
uses the earnings to pay
for higher education the
contributor can withdraw
The UBC Alex Fraser Research Forest, College of New
the earnings as cash, with
Caledonia and Quesnel Woodlot Association are pleased to
certain conditions, or
invite private landowners, woodlot licensees and interested
transfer the earnings taxothers
to a seminar on Tax & Estate Planning.
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Part 2
Men., March 25th, 2002
Place: CNC, Quesnel Campus Place: CNC, Quesnel Campus
Time: 8:30am to 4:00pm
Time: 7:00pm to 10:00pm
(1 hr break for lunch)
#1 s e l l i n g p i c k u p i n i t s c l a s s "
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This seminar, held over a full day and one evening, is
sponsored by The Small woodlands Program of BC. Because
land is a form of "capital" it creates special problems, which can
be dealt with only through a well-constructed estate plan. This
course has been designed to assist landowners bridge the gap
from the written text: "Estate Planning For The BC Farmer", to a
fuller understanding of the issues and how to go about making
an estate plan. Space is limited please register earlv.
Part 1
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14 QUESNEI CARIBOO OBSERVER
Wednesday, March 13, 2002
QUESNEL CARIBOO OBSERVER
D R U G MAFrT
AHENTiON
Giving help when needed is
What would your
first reaction be if I were
to tell you my 36-year-old
brother is currently living
back home with the folks? •
My guess is your reaction would be one of
disdain, or even conCam McAlpine
tempt. You might consider him a sponger. An irreGUEST SHOT
sponsible loser. Those, at
least, are the typical responses to news that a
"By holding in
middle-class white guy in
his 30s has moved back contempt the concept
home.
of the extended
You'd be wrong for
family, we are
thinking so, of course.
denying ourselves
He's the opposite.
It was actually a forand our culture a
tunate coincidence that he
certain strength."
had just moved back to
• Cam McAlpine
B.C. and was in the middle of a career change a place to put his stuff
vvhen dad had his heart while he began the diffiattack. My brother, un- cult task of re-establishing
like me, was restively un- himself in his home proencumbered, and was able vince.
\^yf^
to take some time out to
All families should be
help out around the house
until my dad got back on so lucky.
The fact is, however,
his feet.
that
not all families are so
In turn, my parents
were able to help him out fortunate, nor so supporby providing a room and tive as to be able to offer.
or even tolerate, these Because, by holding in
kind of living arrange- contempt the concept of
the extended family, we
ments.
Such is especially the are denying ourselves and
culture a certain
case for "westernized" fa- our
strength.
^
milies.
Whenever my dad
In just about any
non-western culture you has, from time to time,
can name;, the extended helped out my brother
family is the norm. Many and me, either financially
of these cultural groups or morally, he simply
continue this practice says, "Hey, that's what
even after they have emi- fiamily is for." In returngrated to western coun- ing the favour this winter,
tries such as Canada.
my brother is essentially
In turn, many Cana- saying the same thing.
dians hold a fairly racist
I wonder why it
view of these sorts of ar- seems so hard for many of
rangements. We make fun us to accept that the exof the East Indian family tended family unit is a
down the street with three more natural way of livgenerations living under ing than is the crazy tighthe same roof. Yet we trope of individuaj survialso admit that, well, it's valism we've endured for
just what "they" do.
the last two centuries.
The
same doesn't
It all comes down to
hold true of western fami- the strength offered by falies. If a son stays at home mily and community. The
even after he has begun to family unit is simply
earn a living, or if a about creating strengths
daughter moves home and human connection
with her baby daughter, through love arid support.
And isn't that, ultiwe view them with a different sort of contempt.
mately, what family is
Which is unfortunate.
for?
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R E G I O N
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D 1 S T R I C T
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
TAKE NOTICE that the Board of the Cariboo Regional
District has received an application to amend North Cariboo
Area Rural Land Use Bylaw No. 3505, 1999 by rezoning
the property described below:
Bvlaw No. 3729
Lot 5, District Lot 12180, Cariboo District, Plan 24293,
from Rural 2 (RR2) zone to Special Exception RR 2-2
zone (minimum lot size - 2.0 hectares [4.94 acres])
Purpose for Rezoning: the applicant, a registered nonprofit society, wishes to rezone the subject property in
order to permit the establishment of a forestry/woodwork
vocational training facility
The subject property is located on Reduction Road,
Barkerville, as shown on the sketch plan below, and is
owned by Corey Lawior.
WHO
Has led the way and given their time
and support to something and asked for nothing in return?
LEGBTtt)
SUBJECT PROPERXy
BYLAW No.3729.
TAKE FURTHER NOTICE that a public hearing for the
purpose of hearing all persons who believe their interest in
property is affected by the proposed bylaw will be held in
the District of Wells Council Chambers on March 18, 2002
at 7:00 pm. The public hearing is to be held by a delegate
of the Cariboo Regional District Board. A copy of the board
resolution making the delegation is available for public
inspection.
It is time to nominate those special people
to be QuesneFs next
CITIZEN OF THE YEAR
Pick-up your nomination forms today at the
City of Quesnei - 405 Barlow Auenue
Deadline for entries is 4:30 pm
Friday, March 29, 2002,
co-sponsored by
OBSERVER
QUESNEI. •
CARIBOO
Written submissions regarding the proposed bylaw will also
be received. These submissions may be submitted at the
public hearing or should be received in the Cariboo
Regional District office, at Suite D, 180 North 3rd Avenue,
Williams Lake, BC, V2G 2A4, (facsimile number 392-2812)
orty-eight hours prior to the hearing. No further information
or representations can be considered by the Regional
Board after the public hearing is terminated.
The bylaw and an information package may be inspected at
the Cariboo Regional District office, 405B Barlow Avenue,
Quesnel, BC, between 8:30 a.m. and 12:00 noon and 1:00
p.m. and 4:00 p.m., Monday to Friday, from March 11, 2002
to March 18, 2002 inclusive (excepting public holidays).
The complete file material may be inspected at the Cariboo
Regional District office at Suite D, 180 N 3rd Avenue,
Williams Lake, BC between 8:00 a.m. and 4:30 p.m.,
Monday to Friday, from March 11, 2002 to March 18, 2002
nclusive (excepting public holidays). Telephone inquiries
should be directed to the Planning Department of the
Cariboo Regional District at
-800-665-1636.
ohn M. MacLean - Corporate Secretary
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SUNDANCETOPHAM
Observer Reporter
The
new
service
delivery model for legal
aid in British Columbia
was announced by the
Legal Services Society last
Friday.
Under
the
new
delivery model there will
now be seven regional
centres
located
throughout
British
Columbia, with 24 local
agents to be established
by September. People will
also be able to apply for
legal aid by phone
through a toll-free call
centre in Vancouver.
Quesnel is now part
of the Cariboo/North
Central Region, with a
regional office located in
Prince George and local
agents in Fort St. James,
Quesnel and Williams
Lake.
David Duncan, CEO
and Executive Director of
the Legal Services Society,
says that on top of
handling
legal
aid
applications the local
agents will also perform a
number of duties.
"Local agents will
also refer eligible clients
to lawyers and provide
liaison between the Legal
Services Society and the
community and private
bar," said Duncan. "They
will also direct clients to
legal information services
such as electronic and
print materials. Law Line,
and
community
agencies."
Chris Dunlop, a
paralegal at the Quesnel
Community Law Centre,
says she doesn't know
exactly how the office in
Quesnel will operate.
"I know that we will
be
able
to
take
applications for legal
aid," said Dunlop. "And
we're assuming that we'll
have a full time employee,
but nothing is for sure.
They're still doing some
fine tuning."
Dunlop said it's not
known how the local
agent will be chosen.
"I don't know what
will
happen,"
said
Dunlop. "They're saying
they'll be contracting out
the service. I know we
won't be known as the
Community Law Centre.
I'm sure they'll ask
Quesnel Human Rights
and
Civil Liberties to
decide. I don't know
though. Everything is up
in the air."
Wednesday March 13, 2002 15
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Considering the fact that the Quesnel Community
Emerald
Foundation got to the point where it is because of a
legacy grant from the B.C. Wiriter Games, it is entirely
^appropriate,
says organizer Francine Gaetz, that a
B a l l a u c t i ^ memento of that
event be included in the upcoming
to feature
jerseys and
journeys
trip to Black Gold Lodge, a weekend at Becker's
Lodge, an autographed Millionaires jersey, an autographed Calgary Flames jersey, and a Vancouver Canucks jersey autographed by Trevor Linden.
"We're really excited about the auction items
coming i n , " Gaetz said. As well, ticket sales are going
really well."
She noted that organizers haVe also managed to
obtain a number of door prizes, including A i r B . C .
tickets.
The Emerald Ball tickets are available for $30 and
Gaetz said they are going fast, so anyone who wishes
to attend should snap them up in a big hurry.
Emerald Ball auction.
To this end, she said. Bob Norman has donated a
Winter Games chair coat and vest to the auction.
That's just one of many items that have been pouring i n to support the ball, which is being held on April
13 i n the Quesnel Seniors' Centre to raise funds and
awareness for the Foundation.
Other items coming in include a four-day fishing
Francine Gaetz: Emerald
Ball is shaping up veiy well.
Call us today at 992-6600 for more infonnation
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Jim Trueman shows off one of the latest donations to the Antique Machinery Park. A
Qulncy coach in use in B.C. during the late 1800s.
Annie Gallant photo
Maehinery park busy
You just never l<now what might
turn up at the Antique Machinery Parlc.
Some days it's a wali<ing plow, other
days someone will drop off a tractor or
maybe a coach from the late 1800s.
These treasures from the past often
are replaced with more modern equipment and fall into disuse, sometimes disintegrating over time.
The Antique Machinery Park hopes
to recover many of the these items before they are too far gone to save and
then lovingly restore' them for the public
to enjoy.
One such item is a Quincy coach
which was used i n the late 1800s to
carry passengers along the rudimentary
Caribo6 roads.
The coach was stored at the H a t
Creek Ranch historical site, but they
were uncertain whether or not they
would have the time or resources to restore it. Thus it ended up in the hands of
the volunteers at the Machinery Park.
"It still needs a lot of work, but
some has already been done," said Jim
Trueman.
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Volunteers have already stepped forvyard and said they would take on various aspects of the restoration, but much
more needs to be done.
H
Alice Josephine Sweder
of Quesnel passed away in
G.R.
Baker Memorial
Hospital on March 6, 2002.
No service was held at
Alice's request. Cremation
was handled by Clayton's
Funeral Directors.
Alice was bom in Plato,
Saskatchewan in 1920 and
married Richard Sweder in
1939 in Calgary, Alberta.
The family moved to
Quesnel, B.C. in 1954 and
Alice worked in the family
business at Quesnel
Packing Meat Market
Later she worked at the
hospital and for a number
of years at the Holley
CHnic.
Alice was always there
to lend a helping hand and
was loved by all who knew
Alice will always be
fondly remembered by
her son Joe (Betty) with
granddaughters Leslie and
Rhonda Sweder, Donna
(Dean Poliwczuk) and
great
granddaughter
Jordon, and her son Glen
(Val) with grandchildren
Bradley (Shawna) and
Hillary
and
great
grandson Devon.
Alice was predeceased
by her loving husband
Richard in 1984, her
her. Quiet times were sisters Dorothy Findlay of
Calgary, Alberta, Joyce
spent in the garden.
She w i l l be sadly Posella of Merritt, B . C .
missed by her brother and brother Joe Dumbeck
Charles Dumbeck of of Victoria, B.C.
In lieu of flowers
Lynden, Washington, her
sisters Jennie Sweder of donations to the G . R .
Quesnel, B.C. and Marge Baker Memorial Hospital
would be appreciated.
Tyce of Ladysmith, B.C.
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The objective of the program is to provide students
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Applications will b e evaluated b a s e d on the quality of
the experience offered, local and regional priorities as
well as available budgets.
To apply or to find out more about this program, please
contact your nearest Human Resources Development
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992-3811
Quesnel, BX. 991-0521
Name: Han/^Booth
Name: Lynn Worden
UNITED CARPET
* P l e a s e n o t e that t h e application deadline for t h e N o r t h w e s t Territories
a n d N u n a v u t is April 9 , 2 0 0 2 .
Human Resources
Development Canada
Name: Shirley Brown
North Cariboo Grower's Co-op
1218 Hwy. 97 N.
Ph: 992-7274
161 Marsh Dr.
You'll like us for more than our tires
QI^TIRE STORES
CO-OP^
HONDA
188 Carson Ave.
1^1
R
GATEWAY
ChemoRV
Sales 8L Service Ltd.
April 2,
E
1. Fill out any or all c^ the 21 В«ntry forms In the booklet and
,1. You must be 10 yearn ocover to win.
1. The coupon book contains 21 entry forms, giving you 21 chances
2, Enfiployees, of the'dues'ftel Cariboo '
^ to w&i<В»^e of our 12 finalistpositlons. MO PUfiCHAS^ NECES^BY. ' enter at thecoiresijondlng businesses.
' Observer & their Immediate families are ~
, (Ea<*i eritry fmn has the business name printed on the
- 2. On0 name will be dr^wn from oaoh p^rtlcap^ttng mer<^nt each
bottom of the entry form.)
not eligible for entry*
3. From these 21 inerchants. 2 finalists will be drawn each week. The
2. Each merchant (21) has also SJ^jpiied'a valuable coupon. 3: Employees of partiolpating me^^h^nt^
names of the finalists will appear in the Quesnel Cariboo Obsen/er
You may redeern the 0Oi?)OhJfВ» В«id(ittl<>n to entering th^
. are not eligible to ertter the draw ( n - ^ l r
^ own store. They'are eligible to enter at
Feb. 20th. Feb- 27th, War. 6th, 13th. 20th & 27tii.
contest.
other paiSclpatln^mert^ants.
••
3.
You
aren't
required
to
purchase
anything
or
redeem
the
4. If you are drawn as a finalist, you will attend our anntjal
4,
Any
entry
form
that
has
been
reproduced/
<В»jupon to enter ^ contest.
Happy Holidays party in April where Uie winner will be determined.
- photocopied wilf be dl^uailfied.
5. The winner than will be in the position io make travel arrangenrtents.
reamm
it
m
a
tffter
cf^te.
a. The coupons will be Inserted twice into the Quesnet Cariboo Obsetver.
Sun. Feb trth and Wrid Feb. 27th
S u m m e r
J o b s
I M P O R T A N T
I M O T E C E
To
E m p l o y e r s
Alice Sweder, will be missed by many
at onQ of these 21 merchants
-9888
The Museum, located on Dragon
Lake Road, is filled with antiques waiting for refurbishing and the Quesnel and
District Heritage Association is always
looking for people interested in this fascinating pastime.
Obituary Tribute
2002 HAPPY H01IDAY2C0NM
Gold City Travel
Name: Sandi Walker
Ph: 992-9293 Fax: 992-8275
Name: JaMueline Malamalatabu i
Furniture
The Total Flooring Solution!
BC Reg #2691-3
337A Reid St.
992-3200
259 McLean St.
Quesnel
162 Front St. Quesnel
992-8847
Name: Elaine Watteyne
362 Reid Street
Downtown 992-2229
Name:Keirie Hipkin
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