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WANETA EXPANSION Hydroelectric project is big business for the City of Trail South Terminal Advantage QA with BC Hydros Charles Reid AugustSeptember 2012 Volume 6 Number 4

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Contents Pacific coastal Airlines inflight magazine AugustSeptember 2012 Volume 6 Number 4 Features 6 A Powerful Project 900 Million Waneta Expansion brings jobs to Trail. 10 A fine ride Buick sh

PResidenTs messAge One of the advantages to operating a mixed fleet of aircraft is that it allows us to provide a range of transportation options to meet the needs of our customers. Our fleet of 24 pl

flight time Grumman Goose flight time spec sheet Passengers 8 Crew 1 Cruise speed 166 knots mph 307 kmh Wing span 49 ft. 14.95 m Range 500 nautical miles approx. 926 km Rate of climb 1,300 ftmin.

hydro Power a powerful project 900 MILLIoN WaNETa ExPaNSIoN ProjECT To ProvIdE PoWEr For 60,000 hoMES By AlyN EdWArdS w aneta Expansion project manager Joe Stagliano leans on the viewing platform b

t Joe Stagliano, Waneta Expansion Project supervisor, with guest Don Nutini, a volunteer at Trail Airport. Ken Sakamoto photo SToP By For a Look ThIS SUMMEr Those interested in viewing the project a

Expansion project WANETA PLAZA Trail Serving you with these fine stores... Ardene Athletes World Bogie Bacall Hair Salon Bootlegger Crockett Book Company Dollarama No Frills No Frills Pharmac

boosts Trail economy is mandated to invest in power investment projects in partnership with Columbia Basin Trust on behalf of the province. The trust is a regional organization that supports Columbia

cruising the columBiA Buick shines a light on trails CLaSSIC CoNvErTIBLE PUrChaSEd For 15 SPEakS To ThE hISTory oF TraIL By AlyN EdWArdS d ick McLeod drove his 1934 McLaughlin Buick Model 96C rumbl

Ken Sakamoto photo Ken Sakamoto photo new Buick The new Buick convertible past the midst of the Great Depression. Only six examples of this McLaughlin Buick model were built in Oshawa, On. by Gener

Volunteers help Trail airport CaNadaS oNLy voLUNTEErrUN CoMMErCIaL aIrPorT SUPPorTS ECoNoMIC GroWTh IN TraIL By AlyN EdWArdS t he Trail Regional Airport has a fireplace, an honour box for snacks and

soar Whitehead. This is my way of helping my community now that Im retired. Nutini, who spent years as a director of the Trail Regional Hospital, says the airport is a lifesaver in the region, providi

vAncouver islAnd Winter time is Island vaNCoUvEr ISLaNd ENjoyS a MILd CLIMaTE aNd array oF aTTraCTIoNS PErFECT For oFFSEaSoN ExPLoraTIoNS By jENNIFEr BlyTh w here can you ski in the morning and kay

sAlute to the shoulder seAson Golf yearround on Vancouver Island, including at Port McNeills Seven Hill Golf Country Club. Below, the Namgis First Nations Burial Grounds in Alert Bay. time A Big c

vaNCoUvEr ISLaNd Continued from Page 15 during the holiday season, be sure a stop at the Butchart Gardens in Victoria and Milner Gardens in Qualicum is on your Christmas calendar. Moving into winter,

winter wonder Mt. Washington Alpine Resort offers a snowy escape just a short drive from the seaside Comox Valley. emphasizing the bounty of the West Coast, through local seaweed wraps, lavender oil

the kootenAys a BEaUTy locatIoN ThE CITy oF CraNBrook CaPITaLIzES oN ITS PoSITIoN aS a TraNSPorTaTIoN aNd ToUrISM hUB To GroW BUSINESS aNd INdUSTry. the Purcell Mountains to the west, Cranbrook is th

explore yesterday, today. Take a giant leap back into the 1890s and experience the restored pioneer boomtown of Fort Steele. A family favourite for decades, Fort Steele is a must Open daily. Call for

Soar Mag ad July 12teeoff full pg ad aug.3006 7512 521 PM Page 1 CraNBrook Continued from Page 18 recent worldwide economic downturn, it was shortlived and solid numbers have returned. Weve seen s

NaTIoNaL UrBaN dESIGN aWardS hoNoUr yvr ProjECT arChITECTS Business Briefs Sharp Diamond Landscape Architectures celebrated Vancouver International Airport Gateway project. Canadian Institute of Fo

travel the south terminAl makes plane travel in BC easy and enjoyable. Susan Lundy photos The South Terminal advantage FroM EaSE oF ParkING To FEWEr LINEUPS, BC TravELLErS aPPLaUd ThE BENEFITS oF

humorouslycrafted, mixed media float plane, which hangs from the ceiling near the stairway to the second level. Called The Flying Beaver, and created by Patrick Amiot and Brigitte Laurent, it honours

tourIsM aboriginal tourism is Big Business ThE FUTUrE LookS BrIGhT For ThE BCS aBorIGINaL ToUrISM INdUSTry By SuSAN luNdy t ucked away in the remote village of Klemtu, on the north coast of BC, gue

Photos courtesy Aboriginal Tourism Association of BC coincides with efforts to find new ways to market BC and to continue to make this province a top tourism destination. Were looking for whats uniqu

PROFILE KEITH HENRY AT THE HELM OF ABORIGINAL TOURISM IN BC BY SUSAN LUNDY eith Henrys love of family and his Metis culture, plus the joy of watching Aboriginal communities thrive, serve him well in

dAteBook BELLa CooLa sept. 8 9 Bella coola Fall Fair Bella Coola Fall Fair at Lobelco Hall, featuring a dog show, logger sports, food and games. TraIL aug. 10, 24, sept. 7 21 Downtown Market Downt

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QA Charles Reid President CEO, BC Hydro f Photo courtesy BC Hydro rom homeowners to business, industry to recreation, virtually everyone in British Columbia has an interest in the provinces hydroe

When youve reached the edge of your world, ours begins With adventure this pristine you can fill your entire leap list in just one visit A series of islands at the most westerly point of Canada, Haid

A T R I V E R S I N L E T, B R I T I S H C O L U M B I A THE FISHING ADVENTURE OF A LIFETIME Battle the legendary Rivers Inlet Chinook and Coho Salmon on calm protected waters. Legacy Lodge offers al