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Family and friends of the late Marion Wright join hands after planting a cedar tree in her memory during the opening and blessing of The Gathering Place at the North Island College campus Monday.

The tree of life and Marion’s spirit help create The Gathering Place PAUL RUDAN CAMPBELL RIVER MIRROR

The spirit of Marion Wright and her mission to improve advanced education opportunities for First Nation students

is alive and well in Campbell River. Wright, a former North Island College educator and political candidate who died this winter, was remembered fondly Monday during the official opening

and blessing of The Gathering Place at the city’s college campus. “Children were her passion,” said George Hunt Jr. “She always believed in bringing wisdom to the table.”

The Gathering Place, situated in front of the college entrance, is an open-air, post-and-beam structure built in the style of a traditional West Coast long house. Continued on A3

School District 72 will cut office staff and dip into its savings to offset several additions to its 2012/2013 budget. The district was looking at a $122,000 shortfall and, at the same time, trying to accommodate additions, including a new teaching position. At a special meeting May 1, the board of education decided to reduce services by $115,000 and use approximately $165,000 from operational reserves to allow for the budget additions. “The proposed budget reduction of $115,000 results in an equivalent decrease of approximately 2.5 full-time equivalent positions in clerical staffing,” said a news release. “The reduction will be done largely through using the existing, historical clerical staffing formula already in place.” Peter Neale, secretary-treasurer for the school district, said the board had been considering cutting full-time educational assistant positions. “The reduction may be in fulltime positions, part-time positions, or in the number of hours EA’s (educational assistants) will work in the day,” he said last week. Instead, trustees elected to go with cutting clerical staff. The board also voted to create Continued on A5

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Gathering Place: Welcomes First Nations students Continued from A1

“A goal of North Island College is to improve First Nations students’ success,” said college president Jan Lindsay. “(The Gathering Place) is a symbol to welcome First Nations students.” It’s also more than that. It’s a place all students can gather for school celebrations, to relax in the shade or just to marvel at the massive old growth red cedar post and beams, which were expertly handpeeled and adzed by First Nations master carver Bill Henderson and his nephew Junior Henderson of the Campbell River Indian Band. “You got to give them some character,” Bill Henderson said of the adz design on the wood. “And I thought it was fitting for it to be red cedar, it’s our tree of life.” Lindsay was also impressed by the simple elegance of the structure. “The building is spectacular,” she said, as she ran a hand over the rippled surface of the adz work. “It’s amazing the texture it brings.”

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Tom Henderson stokes the fire to barbecue salmon as the blessing goes on during the opening of The Gathering Place at North Island College.

In her speech, Lindsay pointed out that 36 First Nations bands are encompassed in the region served by the college and it’s important for them to know they are welcomed and appreciated. It’s a message that wasn’t lost on Chief Ralph Dick of the Cape Mudge Indian Band. “Education and culture are very important to our young people…(The Gathering

Place) makes you feel good inside because you know the community is behind you,” he said. Education and culture were also cornerstones of Wright’s own beliefs. She was recognized as a co-creator for the vision of aboriginal education at North Island College, and a person who wanted to make life better for others. After The Gathering Place received

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More than just ‘cheeseburger, cheeseburger’ at the Tidemark’s Burger and Beer fundraiser on Monday Over 60 people packed Campbell River’s newest restaurant, The River City Grill, Monday and enjoyed a fabulous meal as part of the Tidemark Theatre’s Burger and Beer fundraiser. Chefs Michael and Herb and their staff helped make this fundraiser a huge success with their delicious offerings. The evening was held in support of the Tidemark 25 Capital Campaign to fund upgrades to the community’s performing arts facility. The overall goal of the Tidemark 25 Capital Campaign is to raise a total of $250,000 before Dec. 31, 2012. If you have any questions or would like to get involved, contact the theatre at tidemark25@tidemarktheatre.com.

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SD72: Increasing investment in school technology Continued from A1 innovation and community support teaching positions to the budget, as well as an executive leadership search to recruit and hire a new secretary-treasurer to compensate for Neale’s recent resignation. Other additions to the budget include an increased investment in school technology; increased preparation days for principals of small schools; and the development of a revised district policy and administration regulations toolkit. “While the district was not facing as significant a shortfall as recent years, any decision to reduce or not add services is always difficult and made in careful consideration of our students’ needs,” said trustee Michele Babchuk, chair of the board of education. “We would like to thank all our stakeholder groups for their participation in the budget process.” School District 72 created a Budget Function Committee made up of the teachers’ association, CUPE, Campbell River principals and vice-principals, student leadership groups, senior management and district parent advisory councils. The group debated the budget extensively through a series of meetings over the past year. The 2012/2013 budget is expected to be finalized and adopted by the board of education at its public meeting May 15.

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Police found more than what they expected when they were called to a disturbance on 16th Avenue. The call came in on Sunday at 6:20 p.m., and when Mounties arrived they found the residence was not secured. Further investigation uncovered a 30-plant marijuana grow operation along with loaded .22 calibre rife. The matter remains under investigation.

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COMMUNITY UPDATE MAY 9, 2012

2012 PARKS SERVICE LEVEL ADJUSTMENTS While the City’s service levels for Parks horƟculture and grass trimming/manual mowing services have been reduced in the City’s 2012 budget, Parks resources will conƟnue to be focused on the downtown core and sportsĮelds, says the City’s general manager of parks, recreaƟon and culture.

“The majority of services in high proĮle and heavy use areas are unchanged by the 2012 budget and will remain at 2011 levels, including sportsĮeld maintenance, garbage collecƟon in parks, infrastructure maintenance, outdoor washrooms, public service requests, irrigaƟon, cemeteries and city decoraƟons,” says Ross Milnthorp.

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Council reviewed Parks services currently provided, opƟons about possible service reducƟons or eliminaƟon, as well as requests for new and enhanced services, and the following informaƟon outlines anƟcipated changes in 2012 Parks service levels. Grass trimming* and manual mowing** resources will be focused on high visibility sites, primarily in the downtown core. Grass trimming will conƟnue weekly in Spirit Square, Ostler Park and City Hall and Centennial Park.

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Grass trimming will be reduced from weekly to every two weeks along the Dogwood extension from McPhedran to Jubilee and in PenĮeld West, Bowen and Cambridge parks, as well as tot lots and Cedric Jones Park. Manual mowing services will be reduced to monthly mowing for boulevards along Maryland subdivision, Harrogate, Hilchey and Westgate Parks. • No grass trimming and brushing in the following areas: Seawalk, Eden Street Circle and Sani-Dump in 2012 • No cleanup of tennis courts, lacrosse box and asphalt trails, Heritage Meadow Park, Museum at 4th Avenue and Raven Park in 2012 HorƟculture resources will be focused on high visibility sites, primarily in the downtown core. A reducƟon in the number of planƟngs will enable the proper maintenance at the priority sites. • 50 per cent overall reducƟon in Ňower bed planƟng at City Hall, Ostler Park, Tidemark/Library, Pier and Ostler Park oval bed • 25 per cent maintenance reducƟon (including trees) • Weeding and maintenance reduced from “as needed” to twice a year at Willow Point streetscape area, downtown street-side shrub beds and some boulevards • Weeding and maintenance reduced from twice a year to once a year at 11 park sites, including Bowen, PenĮeld West, Sequoia, Simms Creek, Ken Forde, Jaycee, Larwood, Ellis, Cedar Street and McCallum Parks and Jubilee Parkway Entrance Sign • No planƟng or service to all neighborhood parks, tot lots, boulevards (15 sites in total) and some parks including Adams, Frank James, Nunns Creek and Dick Murphy Parks, Sportsplex, Willow Point Ňower baskets, Heritage Meadow and Campbellton Islands • No planƟng at Centennial Building, Seagull Walkway, Jubilee Entrance Sign, Ken Forde Park and the RCMP StaƟon The City has posted a Fact Sheet on its website (www.campbellriver.ca) under What’s New outlining service changes.

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| CAMPBELL RIVER MIRROR | WEDNESDAY, MAY 9, 2012

No free parking in Campbell River’s airport-opoly KRISTEN DOUGLAS CAMPBELL RIVER MIRROR

The era of free parking at the Campbell River Airport is coming to an end as fees across the board are on the rise. City council gave three readings last week to a bylaw amendment that will make way for pay parking as well as increased landing fees for aircraft using the airport. T he chang e was expected to be adopted by council Tuesday after noon after the

Mirror went to press. Drew Hadfield, the city’s transportation manager, said the prices will be competitive with other airports. “The changes reflect discussions of the Airport Authority (which manages the airport) to promote the use of the facility, provide competitive rates with other airports within the region and ultimately generate additional revenue for the facility,” Hadfield said. Currently, the airport offers free daily and

overnight parking but that will change. Daily parking (up to 12 hours) is expected to cost $5 while overnight parking (up to 24 hours) will cost $8. To park your vehicle at the airport for a week will cost $40 while monthly parking will increase to $100 from $60 and annual parking will rise from $480 to $600. A request for proposals has been issued to find a vendor to install the parking meters which could be operational within the next few months. Coun. Larry

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Samson said he is concerned the changes will draw people away from the airport. “ C o m o x Va l l e y charges a 24-hour rate for parking. We’re getting business from the Comox Valley because of our free parking,” Samson said at last week’s council meeting. Ron Neufeld, the city’s general manager of operations, said the pros and cons of pay parking were weighed and in the end it was an opportunity that couldn’t be passed up. “Certainly the issue of paying for parking was discussed at length

by the Airport Authority and they realized at the end of the day it was something that was required to generate revenue,” he said. To further increase the bottom line, fees charged to passengers flying in and out of the airport are also going up, from $6 to $7.50. Landing fees for both domestic and international flights will also see a slight increase. Landing fees for domestic flights with aircraft of up to 21,000 kilograms in weight are expected to increase to $4 from $3.85 while aircraft of more than 45,000 kilo-

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A9

ALL WALL ART

Fres

ef

GRADE

n Be Bone in

2

Fresh Pork Loin

Prime Rib Oven Roast 15.41 per kg

Cut into halves, 5.49 per kg

49 per lb

Clamshell Dairyland

Whipping Cream

Apple Crisp

99

1

500ml

each

Lindt Lindor

Spring Edition Chocolates

6

156gr

99 each

California “Driscoll’s”

Fresh Strawberries

99

Lindt

Gold Chocolate Bars

each

Phalenopsis Orchid

“You’re a Gem”

24

99 each

4 300gr

5”

Bouquet

per lb

2 lb

Bakery Fresh

4

99

AA

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GRADE

6

Fres

AAA

ef

5

d ia

for

600gr

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Signature Bread

Off

d ia

2$

Dempster’s

Extra Special Prices % 25 for your Extra Special Mom!

29

99 each

Anthrium in 9” Glass Vase

36

99

99

each

3

99 each

Mother’s Day Gift Idea a great selection of

Hanging Baskets in stores now

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CAMPBELL RIVER MIRROR | WEDNESDAY, MAY 9, 2012

Rib Grilling Steak

Sirloin Tip Oven Roast

Family Pack, 15.41 per kg

Family Pack, 7.69 per kg

Taco Tuesday, Seasoning instantly with the purchase of select Ground Beef

6

See store for details

d ia

ef

GRADE

Fresh Chicken Thighs

Beef Grilling Ribs Family Pack, 5.49 per kg

n Be

Family Pack, 7.69 per kg

Fres

GRADE

di

ef

h Ca na

AA

GRADE

Sunrise Farms

Canadian

Sirloin Tip Steak

ef

lb

Family Pack, 6.59 per kg

QF Platinum Angus

Locally Raised BC Poultry

49

PER

PER

lb

lb

lb

11.00 per kg

99 99

PER

lb

PER

Outside Round Oven Roast

3 2 2 4 49

3

49

AA n Be

h Ca na

AA

PER

d ia

Fres

Fres

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99

PER

lb

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an Be

Bonus Q-Points Simply Poultry

Breaded Chicken 907gr, Each

5000

Q

points

bonus

R.W. Knudsen

1 No Sugar Added Y U B Spritzer 4x311ml

Plus Applicable Fees

Smart, Bistro or Healthy Harvest Pasta

McCain Old South Orange Juice

4

for

283ml

Swanson Meat Pie

Catelli

Noodles 340gr

200gr

2000

Ronzoni

Premium Pasta Sauce

A $2.50 Value

12-16x100gr

FREE!

6

99

Yoplait

Yogurt 650gr

Catelli

Pasta

2$

700- 900gr

650ml

for

Club House La Grille Marinade 345-350ml

HYS Seasoning Salt No MSG Added, 227gr

5000

2 $4 for

4

2$ for

5

Yoplait

2 $4 for

Yop Yogurt Drink 200ml

4$ for

5

PAGE 2 05.07.2012

3000

85gr

Yoplait

2$

3000

All Natural Potato Snack

Source or Yoptimal Multipak Yogurt

300-375gr

1.3kg

Popchips

Offer is in effect Monday May 7th - Sunday, May 13th

lping make meals easy! e H s d o o F y t i Qual Catelli

McCain Potato Patties

1000

FREE & Receive A


WEDNESDAY, MAY 9, 2012 | CAMPBELL RIVER MIRROR |

Fresh Boneless Skinless

Center Cut

Fresh Pork Chops Single or Double Loin Family Pack, 6.59 per kg

Chicken Breast

Taco Tuesday, FREE Old El Paso Seasoning instantly with purchase of select Ground Beef

Locally Raised BC Pork

Family Pack, 11.00 per kg

See store for details

2

99

Fresh Australian

Lamb Loin Chops 19.81 per kg

PER

lb

8 99 99 99 2 3 3 99

4

99

Locally Raised BC Poultry

Mitchell’s

Harvest Meats

500gr

Regular or All Beef 450gr

Wieners

Sliced Bacon

PER

Fresh

Stewing Beef

3

49

Each

Each

PER

lb

Q-POINT PLATTERS 399,000 Q-Points

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Philadelphia Cooking Creme

Kraft

2

99

2$ for

Shake ‘n Bake Coating Mix 113-192gr

4

2$ for

PAGE 3 05.07.2012

212-274gr

256gr

Stouffer’s

Dinner Entree 201-340gr

250ml

Nestle

Skinny Cow Novelties

4

Stouffer’s

Bistro Melt 170gr

Assorted Sizes

284ml

3500 Joy Ice Cream Cups 12-24ʼs

3000 Jet Puffed Marshmallow Cream 198gr

3500 887ml

3 $5 2 $ 5 for

for

Hershey Ice Cream Topping

Clorox Bathroom Cleaner

Kraft

Salad Dressing

5

2$

5000

points

Lean Cuisine Selections

Bistro Crustini

500-750gr, Each

bonus

Stouffer’s

Stouffer’s

Mozza Sticks & Happy Face Cutlets

Q

99,000 Q-Points

Helping make meals easy! s d o o F y t i l Qua

Kraft

lb

Simply Poultry

QF#3998 The Nibbler

QF#1880

PER

Bonus Q-Points

QF#3999 Party Time Desserts

149,000 Q-Points

lb

Family Pack, 7.69 per kg

Pork Loin Country Style Ribs Family Pack, 6.59 per kg

PER

Fresh Canadian

lb

270gr

A11

for

4

99

2 $5 for

5000 Easy Off Oven Cleaner 400gr or 475ml

3000


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CAMPBELL RIVER MIRROR | WEDNESDAY, MAY 9, 2012

Wake up & start your day with these great specials at Quality Foods!

Remember Mom & treat her right every day (especially Sunday May 13th)! Bassili’s Best

Frozen Lasagna

99

Kraft

Shredded Natural Cheese

907gr

4$ for

Bari

Bari

Pizza Mozzarella Cheese

380gr

5 9

255gr

Filled Pasta

Garlic Bread

500gr

5

Green Giant

4

540-700gr

333gr

Green Giant

Valley Selections Vegetables

Canned Vegetables Selected, 341-398ml

300-500gr

99

Knorr

99

for

5

Potatoes, Tuna or Hamburger Helper 141-233gr

2$ for

5

Selected, 2’s or 4’s

for

Knorr

Hellmann’s

900ml

McCain

1.42lt

2$

7

5

Premium Ice Cream

3$ for

5 4

4

Smucker’s

Sundae Syrup 428ml

4

99

5

99

99 2

Plus Applicable Fees

WOW!

General Mills

Cheerios Cereal 345-500gr

for

Smucker’s

Chapman’s

7

Microwave Topping

Frozen Yogurt or Sorbet

334ml

2lt

99 2

2 $4

99 2

for

Skippy

750gr

Aunt Jemima

Pancake & Waffle Mix or Syrup 905gr or 750ml

Island Gold

99 2 Christie

Thinsations 100 Calories

2$

2 $5

for

for

Peek Freans

Red Rose

275-350gr

216’s

Cookies

4

5

99

99 2

for

7

Tea

126-138gr

2 $4

2

Large Free Run Brown Eggs 12’s

99

WOW!

99

530-660gr

2$

5

99

425-505gr

Peanut Butter

McCain

99

Oatmeal Crisp Cereal

160-230gr

Collection Premium Strawberry Shortcake Ice Cream Novelties or Triple Chill Assorted Sizes Cake

2lt

¢

for

General Mills

Granola Bars

Lasagna Sheets

99 2 $

for For

Chapman’s

99

350-360gr

Chapman’s

Deep ‘n Delicious Cake

5

Real Mayonnaise

Broth

Lipton Soup Mix

3$

5 4

2.63lt

311-326gr

Nature Valley

Olivieri

100% Pure & Natural Orange Juice

Ground Coffee

225gr

M a r v e l o u s M u n c h i e s f o r M o m!

Betty Crocker

510gr

¢

99

2$

3

99

for

Olivieri

Ricotta

454gr

99

2$

99

Tropicana

Nabob

Triscuit Crackers

Cracker Barrel Cheese

Pastaria

5

Meat with 3 Cheese, 1.5kg

Christie

Kraft

Stouffer’s

A13

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Bathroom Tissue

Dove

Dove

Selected, 300-354ml

4x90gr

Body Wash

12-24’s

4

99

Dove

Ultimate Anti-Perspirant

Bar Soap

Selected, 45gr

For Mom’s Soft Touch!

2$ for

For

6

WIN a Dove Gif t Basket for MOM!

Approx. Va lue $200

Dove

Ultimate Anti-Perspirant

Dove

Royale

Dove

Body Mist

Hair Care Products

89ml

Assorted Sizes

Selected, 45gr

1 Per Stor e

2$ for

7

2$ for

5

2$ for

5

2$ for

5

2$ for

6

Facial Tissue 2 Ply, 6x132’s

4

99


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WEDNESDAY, MAY 9, 2012 | CAMPBELL RIVER MIRROR |

CAMPBELL RIVER MIRROR | WEDNESDAY, MAY 9, 2012

Wake up & start your day with these great specials at Quality Foods!

Remember Mom & treat her right every day (especially Sunday May 13th)! Bassili’s Best

Frozen Lasagna

99

Kraft

Shredded Natural Cheese

907gr

4$ for

Bari

Bari

Pizza Mozzarella Cheese

380gr

5 9

255gr

Filled Pasta

Garlic Bread

500gr

5

Green Giant

4

540-700gr

333gr

Green Giant

Valley Selections Vegetables

Canned Vegetables Selected, 341-398ml

300-500gr

99

Knorr

99

for

5

Potatoes, Tuna or Hamburger Helper 141-233gr

2$ for

5

Selected, 2’s or 4’s

for

Knorr

Hellmann’s

900ml

McCain

1.42lt

2$

7

5

Premium Ice Cream

3$ for

5 4

4

Smucker’s

Sundae Syrup 428ml

4

99

5

99

99 2

Plus Applicable Fees

WOW!

General Mills

Cheerios Cereal 345-500gr

for

Smucker’s

Chapman’s

7

Microwave Topping

Frozen Yogurt or Sorbet

334ml

2lt

99 2

2 $4

99 2

for

Skippy

750gr

Aunt Jemima

Pancake & Waffle Mix or Syrup 905gr or 750ml

Island Gold

99 2 Christie

Thinsations 100 Calories

2$

2 $5

for

for

Peek Freans

Red Rose

275-350gr

216’s

Cookies

4

5

99

99 2

for

7

Tea

126-138gr

2 $4

2

Large Free Run Brown Eggs 12’s

99

WOW!

99

530-660gr

2$

5

99

425-505gr

Peanut Butter

McCain

99

Oatmeal Crisp Cereal

160-230gr

Collection Premium Strawberry Shortcake Ice Cream Novelties or Triple Chill Assorted Sizes Cake

2lt

¢

for

General Mills

Granola Bars

Lasagna Sheets

99 2 $

for For

Chapman’s

99

350-360gr

Chapman’s

Deep ‘n Delicious Cake

5

Real Mayonnaise

Broth

Lipton Soup Mix

3$

5 4

2.63lt

311-326gr

Nature Valley

Olivieri

100% Pure & Natural Orange Juice

Ground Coffee

225gr

M a r v e l o u s M u n c h i e s f o r M o m!

Betty Crocker

510gr

¢

99

2$

3

99

for

Olivieri

Ricotta

454gr

99

2$

99

Tropicana

Nabob

Triscuit Crackers

Cracker Barrel Cheese

Pastaria

5

Meat with 3 Cheese, 1.5kg

Christie

Kraft

Stouffer’s

A13

Use your Qcard when you purchase any Dove Product on sale this week & you’re automatically entered to WIN a Dove Gift Basket with $100 at A Step Above! Royale

Bathroom Tissue

Dove

Dove

Selected, 300-354ml

4x90gr

Body Wash

12-24’s

4

99

Dove

Ultimate Anti-Perspirant

Bar Soap

Selected, 45gr

For Mom’s Soft Touch!

2$ for

For

6

WIN a Dove Gif t Basket for MOM!

Approx. Va lue $200

Dove

Ultimate Anti-Perspirant

Dove

Royale

Dove

Body Mist

Hair Care Products

89ml

Assorted Sizes

Selected, 45gr

1 Per Stor e

2$ for

7

2$ for

5

2$ for

5

2$ for

5

2$ for

6

Facial Tissue 2 Ply, 6x132’s

4

99


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| CAMPBELL RIVER MIRROR | WEDNESDAY, MAY 9, 2012

May Family Farms

Continental

Chicken Breast

Instore Cooked

Black Forest or Honey Ham

Cooked or Smoked

Turkey Breast

• Local BC Pork • Lactose & Gluten Free • No Added MSG • No Growth Promotants

2

10 Pack Crispy

PER gr

100

Bonus Q-Points Chicken Drumsticks

Schneiders

Pastrami

1 Q 10,000

points

bonus

454gr

2000

Tropicana Tropics 100% Juice

Kraft Philadelphia Dip 227gr

2000

St. Ives Body Lotion

Crest Vivid Whitening Mint Toothpaste

Cervelat or Hungarian Salami

2

PER

100gr

Per 100gr .............................

4

Natural Pastures

Each

Lobster Tails

32

95

Spring Rolls

Each ..........................................

Previously Frozen

Frozen, 5oz Size

7

750ml

119

Available at Select Stores

Ocean to Ocean

Shrimp Ring 227gr

2

99 Each

99 Each

2

99

Fresh Halibut Fillets

3

6oz Portion

Sockeye Salmon

Oceanwise, Approx. 5oz Size

Previously Frozen

8

2$ for

PER

100gr

Talapia Fillets

Lemon Pepper or Butter Herb Frozen or Previously Frozen

29 PER

100gr

6

2$ for

PAGE 6 05.07.2012

5000

Dinner For Three

Wild Mexican Shrimp

Carriage Trade Syrup

700gr

1

PER

100gr

Fully Cooked, 26/30 Size

5000

Carriage Trade Fig Bars

Pepper or Garlic Verdelait

399 399 399

Dominican

Classic, 709ml

3000

Natural Pastures

100

Serving Suggestions

Ivory Liquid Dish Soap

500ml

Per 100gr .............................

Per 100gr .............................

3000

Bickʼs Wine Sauerkraut

Triple Cream Camembert

PER gr

49

PER

Aged Farmhouse Cheddar

3D or Invigorating 85ml

3500

Greek Salad

100gr

Natural Pastures

29

Made Fresh Instore

29

99

3000

3500

Schneiders

Brie L’Extra, Champfleury or Oka

1.75lt

600ml

100

Creme

100gr

1

PER gr

99

Per Package

Imperial Soft Margarine

1

59

69


| CAMPBELL RIVER MIRROR |

WEDNESDAY, MAY 9, 2012

Bakery Fresh

Bakery Fresh

Kaiser Buns

Raisin Bread

4

2$ for

Bakery Fresh

Bakery Fresh

Blueberry Muffins

Coffee Cake

4

3

6 Pack

99

Double Layer

Lemon Truffle Cake

for

Bonus Q-Points

Bakery Fresh

Scones

3

99 4 69 for

Bread 675gr

Buns

2for$5 Chocolate 99 Hedgehog Cake 15 Cream Filled 2for$4 Strudel Bundt Cake 699 Assorted, Each.................................

Weetabix

SunRype

Regular, 400gr

1.36lt

Cereal

R.W. Knudsen

Just Fruit Juice Selected, 946ml

NEW!

99 2 Vitasoy

7 PAGE 7 05.07.2012

for

Coconut Water

Ethical Bean

Country Style Mix

5

for

5

2$

2$

.............................

99

99

¢ PER gr

100

Fortified Soy Beverage

2 $5

Plus Applicable Fees

WOW!

946ml

400gr

Non-Dairy Frozen Dessert

100gr

for

99 5

Plus Applicable Fees

So Good

Organic Chocolate Bar

3 $5

99 5

for

Green & Black’s

Family Favourites Jumbo Cranberries

points Q

Dempsterʼs Pita Snackers

....

340gr

5000

5000

Triple Layer

Fair Trade Organic Coffee

Selected, Per Package e

6ʼs

Belgian Choocolate or Hazelnut Truffle....................

99

18 Pack Cookies

Dempsterʼs Original Bagels

NEW!

6-8’s

Bakery Fresh

bonus

D’Italiano

Mousse Slice

1

6 99

D’Italiano

10

A15

946ml

2 $5 for

Quality Fresh

Hold the Salt Raw Mixed Nuts All Natural, 400gr

99 3

Quality Fresh

35% Almonds

99 5

English Licorice Allsorts 220gr

99 1

Flax Multigrain, 375gr

5000 Dempsterʼs Mini Buns 12ʼs

3500 Raincoast Trading Wild Sockeye Salmon

Skinless Boneless, 150gr

5000

Larabar Energy Bar Fruit & Nut, 45-51gr

3000

Vega Whole Food Smoothie Infusion 30gr

2000 Mottʼs Clamato Juice 945ml

3000 Friskies Dry Cat Food 1.4 - 1.5kg

3000 Purina Beneful Dry Dog Food 8kg

10,000


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CAMPBELL RIVER MIRROR | WEDNESDAY, MAY 9, 2012

3

BC Grown “Hot House”

Mixed Coloured Peppers

99

2lb Bag California “Sunkist”

Large Navel Oranges

99 2.18 per kg

each

each

California “Dole”

Fresh Cauliflower

Fresh Canteloupe or Honeydew Melons

per lb Floral

Floral

Floral

16

6

99

Each

4”

Patented Variety or Proven Winners Annuals

2

Each

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99

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Quadra Islanders get over 3,000 square feet of reading space Residents of Quadra Island saw the official opening of their new library branch Saturday. The new 3,207 sq. ft. facility located at Cove Centre, Quathiaski Cove is more than three times the size of the former branch. “This new facility

provides a welcoming, airy and bright, fullyaccessible community space with large windows, and room for more books, CDs, DVDs, newspapers, magazines, and computers,” says RonnaRae Leonard, Chair of the Board of Trustees for Vancouver Island

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■ Wireless access ■ Customer holds pickup area “I know the residents of Quadra Island will be pleased the library’s collection has increased from 13,000 items to over 15,000 items to respond to increased demand for service from Quadra’s

over 1,200 registered borrowers,” says Rosemary Bonanno, VIRL executive director. The library also includes a small space to display local art, washrooms are wheelchair-accessible and there is ample parking. The architect for the Quadra Island Library

Branch is Paul Hammond of Chow Low Hammond in Victoria. The new branch is located close to the credit union, grocery store, gas station, coffee shop and other retail businesses, as well as the elementary school and the RCMP office.

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WHO WE ARE: The Campbell River Mirror is published every Wednesday and WEDNESDAY by Black Press Ltd., 104-250 Dogwood St., Campbell River, B.C. V9W 2X9. Telephone: 250-287-9227; Fax: 250287-3238.

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Name change not a solution Marc Dalton, Maple Ridge-Mission MLA, thinks his party, the B.C. Liberals, should change its name. He says the name – in place since the provincial Liberals formed in 1991 (and the one voters have elected to govern three We say: B.C. consecutive terms) – is confusing to Liberals will still some centre-right voters, now that the B.C. Conservatives have surged smell the same to solid third-party status. Dalton says those who are federal under new name Conservatives, like himself, will have a hard time voting B.C. Liberal next time. Last month, the NDP won two B.C. byelections, in Chilliwack-Hope and Port Moody-Coquitlam. The

Liberals came second in both. The Conservatives third. The Liberals fear further vote splitting – or message sending – in the May 2013 provincial election. But changing the party’s name won’t prevent that. Doing so would seem even more confusing to voters, which may be the point. It’s easy to see why the Liberals would want to rebrand the party, distance itself from past scandals and failures, try to reverse falling popularity. But whatever the Liberals come up with – the B.C. Alliance Party is being floated about – it’s still the same cast of characters who brought you the B.C. Rail and HST fiascoes, among others. Whether or

not Kevin Falcon and other cabinet ministers run again isn’t going to change that. And changing the party’s name, to something more progressive, won’t erase the past, or fool many. B.C. doesn’t need a new centre-right party – it already has two. The B.C. Conservatives beat the Liberals to the punch. Trying to decide between the two is what’s confusing. Are the Liberals about families or business? A tiger can’t change its stripes. Changing the party’s name is just painting over them. As long as the B.C. Conservatives are around, the right will be split. And that’s what the NDP is counting on. – Black Press

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Welcome to tax burden day Well folks, the day has finally arrived. Here we are with an approved budget and a new financial burden on the taxpayers of Campbell River. In spite of very protracted and very strong and compelling objections by an irate electorate the gang of four councillors has given us the finger and done what they intended to do all along. They were not swayed one bit by copious compelling arguments against their proposed tax increase or by pleas for reconsideration. In the end, despite continued public resistance, the gang of four forced their 2012 budget into law. Furthermore, and just as disconcerting, senior city bureaucrats have bitten the hands that feed them by refusing to present a zero-based budget – knowing that they could hide behind the support of the “gang of four.” So, where does all of this leave us the lowly taxpayer? It leaves us with a majority of Campbell River councillors who are determined to purse their agenda and their policy regardless of strong negative public feedback. We taxpayers should either prepare ourselves for an annual fleecing or move elsewhere. Marv Everett We welcome your opinions on stories and issues published in our pages as well as issues of broader concern encountered elsewhere. Please keep your letters brief. We reserve the right to edit for length and liability. E-mail them to editor@ campbellrivermirror.com

B.C.’s tanker debate sinks to new low

Tom Fletcher B.C. Views

The B.C. NDP has ramped up its opposition to the proposed Northern Gateway oil pipeline. First the party formalized objections already expressed by NDP MLAs who have spoken at hearings held by the federal review panel along the B.C. coast. Leader Adrian Dix sent an 11-page letter to the panel, then launched an attack on the B.C. Liberal government in the legislature that emphasized the letter’s top objection. Why doesn’t Premier Christy Clark stand up to Ottawa and protest the abandonment of the long-standing “moratorium and exclusion zone” on oil tankers off B.C.’s north coast, Dix and NDP energy critic Rob Fleming demanded.

Clark’s answer was the same one given for many years by federal and provincial governments. The 1972 federal “moratorium” was directed at offshore oil drilling, not tankers bound for B.C. A separate CanadaU.S. agreement in 1998 calls for U.S. tankers to avoid B.C.’s Inside Passage as they transport Alaska crude oil to refineries in Washington state and further south. I asked Fleming for documentation that shows tankers are banned from B.C.’s north coast. He said it is “fragmented,” which means he doesn’t have any. Nor does the NDP’s heavily footnoted letter to the federal panel offer any source for this assertion. This argument flared up in 2006 after Methanex Corp. shut down its

Kitimat methanol plant. Instead of shipping methanol out, a practice that was never questioned, it started bringing tankers into the Kitimat port loaded with a liquid natural gas by-product called condensate. From there it is sent by rail to Alberta to dilute oil sands crude. This process led to Enbridge’s proposed double pipeline that would send condensate east and diluted crude west. The Dogwood Initiative, one of the multiple U.S.-funded groups that now dominate B.C.’s environmental lobby, rose to protest these early condensate shipments, saying they violate a moratorium on tankers. Wrong, said Don Rodden, superintendent of environmental response for the Canadian Coast Guard Pacific Region. The 1972

moratorium “wouldn’t apply to vessels coming into Canadian ports like Kitimat,” Rodden told the Globe and Mail at the time. The Coast Guard would be the agency legally required to enforce such a tanker ban, if one existed. As I’ve mentioned before, there are legitimate arguments against the Northern Gateway proposal. This hippy-fantasy tanker moratorium isn’t one of them. Then there is the hypocrisy and pro-U.S. bias that is so clearly evident in the manipulated B.C. debate. Tom Fletcher is legislative reporter and columnist for Black Press and BCLocalnews.com tfletcher@blackpress.ca


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Uphill climb for proposed entertainment venue Ambitious plan calls for stock car, drag racing and more KRISTEN DOUGLAS CAMPBELL RIVER MIRROR

An entertainment ve n u e t h a t c o u l d include stock car racing, drag racing, an a m p h i t h e at re a n d even an amusement park has city support but the men behind the project may be facing an uphill battle. Andy DeRoover, and his business par tner Eric Harper have dreamed of building a multi-sport park in Campbell River for three and a half years. The pair’s biggest challenge has been trying to secure the right property. DeRoover and Harper were eyeing TimberWest lands west of the Campbell River air-

port but the property was within the Agricultural Land Reserve, a provincial zone in which agriculture is recognized as the priority use. The men went back to the drawing board and instead turned their interest to a chunk of land at the northern end of the city. “We are ready to put a down payment on the property at 6700 Island Highway,” DeRoover told the city in an e-mail dated April 28. But the city is not sure where exactly the property is. Ross Blackwell, the city’s land use manager, said the location is not an actual street address. Blackwell is working under the assumption that the land in question is on Merrill & Ring forestry lands, in an area referred to as Discovery Bay in the city’s Sustainable Official Community Plan. If that is the case,

DeRoover and Harper will have to apply for a rezoning because the land is currently zoned for resort and residential. “If they come forward and seriously want to look at it council will have to re-consider the neighbourhood conceptual plan for these lands,” Blackwell said. “An extreme sport facility is pretty contrary to the OCP (Official Community Plan).” Mayor Walter Jakeway warned the city may be putting up too much red tape and could scare the proponents off. “I’d hate to see people that are willing to try something in our community discouraged. I think we need to do everything we can to encourage them,” Jakeway said. “It’s just a case of fitting it into our city plan and bylaws in our community. If staff could help them with that, that would be great.

“I know a lot of people in town would like to see this sort of activity happening.” DeRoover and Harper’s plans for Canadian Extreme Multi Sport Park are extravagant and include a quarter mile drag race track, an oval-sized dirt track for quads, stock racing, motocross and auto cross as well as mountain bike and BMX racing. If that doesn’t wet your appetite, there are plans for bumper boats, go cart racing, disc golf, lawn bowling, a wave rider surfing machine and a drivein theatre. The vision for the $25 million facility also includes a daycare and an area for camping. But the property targeted for the venue could hamper DeRoover and Harper’s plans. “The subject lands are not presently serviced with city sewer or water and these ser-

vices are not proximal to the site,” Blackwell said. “I don’t even think there is any power. It’s a tricky piece of land.” Still, DeRoover and Harper are ploughing ahead despite the city turning down their request for a five-year tax freeze on the property, similar to what has been put in place to attract new business in the downtown core. Blackwell said the city is not in a position to allow a property tax exemption because the Community Charter prohibits local government from giving any kind of benefit or advantage to a targeted business “That’s not to say that’s a reflection of whether or not the city supports that kind of thing because I think that it would be great,” Blackwell said. “I hope they are successful and we’re here to help them realize their vision for this type of project.”

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7:30 p.m. May 10, 11, 12 Rivercity Studio Theatre 1080 Hemlock Street

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Buy a brick, build a house in Guatemala KRISTEN DOUGLAS CAMPBELL RIVER MIRROR

Juan Antonio Juracan Chicoj works as a farm hand in Guatemala for a measly $6.50 per day while his wife, Tomasa Morales Morales ear ns $35 every four months for her weaving. The couple are struggling to support five children – including a daughter who suffers from Cerebral Palsy and seizures. This is just one of several stories local high school students have heard since the start of the school year. A group of 27 students from both Carihi and Timberline made a decision in September to go to Guatemala as part of their International Co-op class to work on two humanitarian projects. But they need the communities’ help. The students have to raise $5,500 to help with the cost of one of two houses they will help build for povertystricken families. Buy a Brick, Build a

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High school students from Carihi and Timberline schools show the ‘bricks’ Campbell Riverites will receive if they buy a brick to help them with the costs of building houses for two poor families in Guatemala this July.

House gives the public the opportunity to purchase a brick for $5 that will be used to help build a house in Guatemala. The students are also hosting a second Grunt Work for Guatemala on Sat., May 12 for anyone who would like windows cleaned, weeding and basic yard work

done, or any other household chores. Students work in teams of two, are supervised, and charge $10 per hour per student. Barb Izard, International Co-op instructor at Timberline, said the grunt work day will be good practice for when her students are in Guatemala July 1-15.

The kids will be expected to carry all building materials to their work sites, for approximately 200 metres, up a steep and challenging hill. Juracan Chicoj, 30, and Morales Morales’, 28, family is one of the two large families that will benefit from the students’ aid.

The students, working under the guidance of non-governmental organization (NGO) Porch de Salomon will help build the family a new home. The family of seven lives in a 15 metre by 15 metre dirtfloor house held up by poor-quality adobe, wood planks and feed sack material. The roof

and walls leak when it rains. They have an outhouse, two beds, a simple table and some chairs, according to Porch de Salomon. The co-op students will help build a new 480 square foot house on the family’s property made with concrete floors, block walls, and a tin roof. The home is expected to have three bedrooms, a kitchen, a wood stove, a bathroom and covered sink area. The students will also build a new house for Nicolás Nimacachi Nimacachi, 44, and María Cumes Sajvin, 41, and their eight children who struggle to make ends meet selling street-vendor items such as jewelry, clothing and weavings. Nimacachi Nimacachi worked in construction up until ten years ago when he hurt his back and was unable to return to work despite spending money on doctors and medication. The couple live in an unfurnished half block, half tin shack 6.5 metres by two metres,

with a dirt floor. The roof and walls leak and the family has tried to keep scorpions out of their home with some concrete and rock work. According to Porch de Salomon they have no fur niture other than one bed which the father purchased to help his back. They have no dishes, tub, shower or sink and the toilet is concrete and exposed. Similar to Juracan Chicoj and Morales Morales’ family, co-op students will build Nimacachi Nimacachi and Cumes Sajvin a three-bedroom, 480 square foot house with a kitchen and bathroom. The students will be aided by 11 teachers and chaperones while in Guatemala and also plan to help teach English in the local school and orphanage. To buy a brick or sign up for grunt work day contact Izard at barb. izard@sd72.bc.ca or visit the Timberline school office at 1681 South Dogwood St.

Bike to Work Week: success in employee support Campbell River Veterinary Hospital in Willow Point is a great example of a successful Bike to Work Week employee team. Six out of the seven staff participated in Bike to Work Week last year, and they rode to work on a daily basis. Even after Bike to

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The Long Weekend arrives early day tribulations of life. “It is a fantastic script to work with,“ says director John Godfrey. “The way Foster writes is so fresh and witty that the cast finds it hard to keep straight faces even though they have heard the lines over and over again.” In the play, Wynn and Max Trueman, a lawyer and a psychiatrist (played by Denis Collins and Christina Peter-

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son) are hosting their friends Roger and Abby Nash, a math teacher/ wannabe screenwriter who’s wife is a fashion store owner (played by Peter Marcin and Lisa Gentry) for a weekend at their new country cottage. Right from the very beginning the truth and lies of this long friendship come to light and, with characters as varied as these, be pre-

pared for lots of surprises, biting comedy and lots of laughs. This is the first major production to be presented in Rivercity Players’ own Studio Theatre at 1080 Hemlock Street. The show runs May 10 through 13 at 7:30 p.m. with a matinee at 2 p.m. on May 13. Tickets are $15, available at Impressions Gallery, Comfort Zone and the Campbell River Laudromat.

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Gambling, martinis, black ties and lots of action, the only thing missing was the real James Bond at the 11th annual Angel Rock on Saturday night at Sportsplex. It was, however, a 007 James Bond theme for the annual fundraiser for the Campbell River Hospice Society. In addition to the bevies and games of chance, supporters were entertained by magician Chris Yuill and danced to tunes provided by Top Quality Music. They also enjoyed a scrumptious buffet provided by the Royal Coachman Neighbourhood Pub and bid on several great auction items.

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he dirtiest event in Campbell River is gearing up for another run. Yes, the Mud Run Ride returns this weekend to the mountain bike trails around McIvor Lake with a big, boggy, black pit of mud waiting at the finish line. â&#x20AC;&#x153;This event is very much about having fun,â&#x20AC;? said Chris Flood, one of the run organizers. Even if youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re not one of the two-person teams participating, the event is a blast to watch, especially with the mud pit at the end. And youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re welcome to check it out. â&#x20AC;&#x153;We would love audience participation,â&#x20AC;? Flood said. Flood and Lamont took over the organization of the event after the original group was unable to continue with it. Lamont and Flood didnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t want to see it die after

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two successful years, so they took it over and made it an independently Campbell River event. There are mud runs elsewhere in the province. The previous organizers ran a mud run here and in Vancouver but are unable to continue with the

local event. â&#x20AC;&#x153;The opportunity just sort of showed up in February,â&#x20AC;? Flood said. Both Lamont and Flood felt it was an event that would encourage Campbell Riverites to remain active while providing some visitor benefit to

the community. They felt the run can help promote Campbell Riverâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s outstanding mountain bike trail network. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Our trails are incredible,â&#x20AC;? said Lamont. She said it is great â&#x20AC;&#x153;being able to utilize them and publicize them.â&#x20AC;? The Mud Run Ride involves you and a partner alternating between trail running and beginner mountain biking. You will switch riding/running at a series of Mystery Challenges along the course. You do not need to wait for your partner at these challenges, you just have to wait for the bike you share. If you run the first leg of the race, at the first challenge you will wait for your partner to arrive by bike, then you complete the second leg of the race on the bike and you will keep switching like this at each of the challenges. The final Chal-

The Mud Run Ride involves teams of two who alternate between running and riding and completing challenges.

lenge is at the finish line, which you and your partner must do together before crossing the finish line. You will need to climb a wall, go down a slide and then go through the infamous Mud Pit. The race starts at 10 a.m. with a 9:30 check in. The organizers are anticipating approximately 100 partici-

pants. â&#x20AC;&#x153;It really is for all levels,â&#x20AC;? Lamont said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re not focused on advanced athletes. Donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t worry about your time, just worry about finishing the race.â&#x20AC;? There are prizes for the winners of the various categories as well as best costume and random draw prizes. The categories are:

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Think of what you’d like your dog to do instead of jumping up, we suggest having your dog “sit” instead. Dogs will typically jump up to solicit attention, in the form of touch or verbal contact, and the more people try to push them away or scold them, the more the dog thinks his jumping Cathy Merrithew up is working. Catch your dog before he leaps by taking a step towards him, effectively taking away the space he needs to jump, asking him for a “Sit”, rewarding with a treat to stop him in his tracks. Ask your other family members to do the same, and when you have company over be sure to have your dog on a leash to prevent him from “practicing” the bad behavior. Ask your friends to help train him by having them give your dog the treat when he sits instead of leaping up. Having your dog learn to sit for everything he wants will speed up the process, he’ll quickly learn that in order to get attention, he’ll have to sit. You can also have him sit every time before you open the door to let him out, or put on his collar and leash for a walk. Pretty much everything he wants will come to him, if he sits first.

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Why visit your Pharmacist? Pharmacists are experts on medications and are able to offer advice on minor ailments, such as coughs, colds, cold sores and general aches and pains. Pharmacists are also trained to offer advice and information on other health issues – such as Victor Choo weight loss, giving up smoking Pharmacist/Owner and emergency contraception. If you visit our pharmacy to obtain medications prescribed by your doctor, our pharmacist is always available to counsel you on the medicine and explain how to use it. For example, if you are prescribed an asthma inhaler, our pharmacist will be able to demonstrate how to use it properly. Come in to Peoples Drug Mart where our pharmacist can provide patient counseling in a private or semi-private setting. 984 Shoppers Row Downtown

250-287-8311

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250-923-7311

Why is Humic Acid so good to use in the garden?

» Gardening

» Pharmaceutical

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Interior Design Consultations are for the homeowner that has decided to do some upgrading to their home. As a Campbell River Interior Designer, I can help you with the following; Colour/Material Selection – Official Spokes Dog Most people have a hard time www.LocaLHomeSpot.com visualizing tiny swatches of colour. I am a colour expert & can help you translate your ideas into a complete design. Floor plans – I can help you get the most out of your living space by designing a layout that meets all of your requirements.. To see the rest of this Xena tip supplied by Design House BC, go to the home page of LocaLHomeSpot.com. At LocaL Home Spot we have an a-z ``Xena List`` with all the businesses involved in the Campbell River housing market.

Top spot for homes and home improvements

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Interior Design Consultations:

• It enhances nutrient uptake, meaning you save money by spending less on fertilizers • It enhances soils depleted Christa Fernau in nutrients and organic matter • Humic Acids promote proliferation of soil microorganics like beneficial algae, bacteria, and fungi • Improves soil structure and prevents soil compaction • Increases water holding capacity in soil • Humic Acid is allowed for use on certified organic farms in Canada Look for a good quality Humic Acid from a Canadian fresh water source. For more information please drop by and pick up some literature and see our products.

Hygro Gardening Supplies Inc. 1791 Tamarac Street Campbell River 250-286-0424 The dealership told me that I should take my car to them to have the oil changed to insure that my warranty stays intact and that the proper oil and filter are used. I don’t like to go to the dealer because I have to make an appointment and wait. I prefer to go to my local Great Canadian Oil Change where I can get in and out quickly. What is your opinion?

This is one of those “you’re guilty until proven innocent” situations.You should make sure that an independent party, such as a Notary or Lawyer, was retained to advise the parents. It may not avoid such accusations from your siblings, but will add an independent party as a witness in your defense.

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Do Your Fingers Hit The Right Buttons? - eHealth For Free Searching the internet for medical advice can be a challenge. The quality of internet information depends on the author or source, and internet search engines find all kinds of websites regardless the website’s accuracy. However, listed below are several excellent websites that offer reliable and accurate medical information.

Jason Kowalchuk, Physiotherapist

www.rehabinmotion.com www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus www.healthlinkbc.ca

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» Computers

Remember...REPUTABLE AGENCIES DO NOT SEND EMAILS OR MAKE PHONE CALLS TO INDIVIDUALS

If you are the child that your parents rely on for help during their old age, then you have to be very careful of receiving any major monetary gifts. Under the law, you are seen as being in a Gurdeep Sidhu, CGA position to unduely influence them. Notary Public If any of your siblings claim that you pressured or influenced your parents to give you a greater portion of their estate then it becomes your responsibility to prove that you did not influence your parents.

» Notary Public

Don Andrews & Dave Shook

All they really want is your money or access to your computer to get personal information.

» Xena’s Tips

Proper cleaning and maintenance is essential to preserving the life of a hot tub. Your hot tub should be drained and cleaned every three months, depending on the build up of solids. Bringing in a water Terry Collins sample periodically for free Owner water testing would determine if the water is due to be changed. Our products are specially designed to work together to be simple and easy to use. From our Care Free system to our ClearTech UV Water Care System, Beachcomber offers you options for clear, clean water. Our formulations have been tried and proven over many years, and will give you the hot tubbing enjoyment you are looking for.

Keep in mind that these sites offer general information and are not intended for diagnostic purposes. Some conditions present with identical symptoms, and require appropriate assessment from a medical professional like a Physiotherapist. If you have an injury or pain that requires assessment, contact Rehabilitation In Motion at (250) 923-3773 or (250) 286-9670.

2315 S. Island Hwy., Campbell River » 250-923-3773 1371 Greenwood St., Campbell River » 250-286-9670 780 Grant Ave., Courtenay » 250-334-9670

Are sunglasses really necessary? Sunglasses have been steadily growing in popularity over the last few years. However, they are often used only when absolutely necessary or as a fashion accessory. Although the sun is essential to our lives, solar radiation such as UV rays and glare can Susan Ward also be harmful. Unfortunately, a great majority of individuals are still unaware of the potential dangers on the naked eye. Exposure to sunlight is associated with a higher risk of developing eye disease, which can cause vision loss. Wear sunglasses that block 99% of UVA and UVB rays. The specialists at Maycock Optical can help you find a line of sun lenses especially designed to protect the eye against the negative effects of solar radiation, while providing maximum comfort, healthy vision and a great look.

Lyle Wolfe Owner

You can go to whomever you want to have your vehicle serviced for oil changes. However, warranty work has to be done by the dealer. In regards to the correct oil and filter installed, Great Canadian Oil Change typically have access to manufacturers’ service data to ensure that the proper oil viscosity and type is used, as well as the correct filter. In addition, we have a good training program to ensure that the techs are up to speed on the latest technology.

1691 Dog Dogwood Street (Beside White Spot) Camp Campbell River

250-286-4288 250-2

» Vision

Despite repeated warnings, we are still seeing people fall victim to the phone scams perpetrated by criminals claiming to be from Microsoft telling them that they have a virus on their computer.

I help my elderly parent, are there any complications with receiving a gift from my parent?

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» APPRAISALS

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Is my used tackle, rod & reels of any value?

Dave Helme Owner

We have great rates and many service options available to suit your every need: • Wheelchair Accessible Van • 1-21 Passenger Bus • 1-4 Passenger Van • Fully Loaded Clean Vans • Car Seats/Booster Seats Available • Wireless Interact Machines in All Taxis/Buses/Shuttles • Smoke Free • Taxi Savers • Reloadable Gift Cards

Campbell River Airport Shuttle Service 250.914.1010

Call Toll Free 1.855.787.8294

It’s time to go boating. What shall I do?

So you want to use pot lights?

Many older outboard motors that have sat over the winter months, need to be checked to see if the motor’s battery and steering are working. Boaters often assume because it was working great last year it will again this year only to find a dead battery, the steering frozen, Kevan McLean, Owner/Operator or worse! An improper running motor can ruin your day of boating. Whether you start the motor in your yard or bring it in to your local outboard shop, take time to ensure your motor is in peak condition.

Good idea. They’re a clean look and can be effective lighting. But before you plan your lighting, you should know this about pot lights: 1) they throw light down, but not to the sides, so it requires Randy Beaulieu, quite a few of them to light Owner an area. 2) because many are needed, they are expensive, $65 to $95 installed. A kitchen, for example, will require 5 to 10 pot lights to do what one or two fixtures will do. 3 Most importantly, pot lights are only effective if they are positioned properly. Do yourself a favour, don’t trust your lighting layout to anyone except a lighting professional. It’s a lot cheaper and easier to get it right the first time.

Kevan at Seaworthy Marine Recyclers with 25 years of experience as an outboard mechanic has a full service shop for your older Johnson/Evinrude outboards and aftermarket parts for Mallory, CDI and Sierra. New and used outboard parts are also available. Happy Boating! “Don’t forget to winterize.”

S EAWORTHY M ARINE R ECYCLERS BEST RATES IN TOWN GUARANTEED REMEMBER – WE RECYCLE OLD MOTORS!

2865 VIGAR ROAD, NORTH CAMPBELL RIVER 250.286.3361

www.seaworthymarine.ca

Look for the North Island College road signs for Seaworthy signs.

I found some old silver spoons passed down from my Gram, are they worth anything?

YES! We will take all used tackle on trade for new or we will purchase good used tackle. Some restrictions apply. If you are not using it, trade up. We also repair rods and reels. Ken Hunter, Owner

» Taxi Service

In many cases, a broken down vacuum can be repaired. What is junk to you is valuable to us. In some cases, we can give you a store credit if you leave your old vacuum cleaner.

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» Marine Repairs

» Interior Design

www.DesignHouseBC.com

We are a locally owned and operated business and have been familiar faces at the Airport for just over a year now, helping our passengers get from Campbell River to Comox and back.

Bring your old machine to us and we will do a free estimate on any make and model of machine. At Miracle Way Vacuum Systems, we recycle all Kris Salter, used machines and can use the with mascot “Jack” parts to help out the next guy. Our motto is never throw anything away.

We watch TV in our Living Room, how do I make the TV look like its part of the décor? Today’s TV’s are simple and clean lined and do not detract from a room if placed properly. Since the TV is a focal point, it is important to treat it like one.Your Evelyn M Living Room does not have a Interior Designer fireplace so the best idea is to set your TV on top of a beautiful piece of furniture that you will enjoy looking at when the TV is not on. Flank it with artwork for the same reason. Since today’s TV’s are a large area of black when turned off, incorporate black into you colour scheme as an accent and balance it with the warmth of wood tones. To see an example of a 46” TV in a Living room, go to the Design House BC website’s News or portfolio sections.

Call Campbell River Airport Shuttle Service at 250-914-1010.

John Robilliard

» Lighting

381 2nd Avenue, Campbell River, BC V9W 3V1 250-850-2418 www.crhospitalfoundation.ca

The customer’s first thought is to keep it around the house, or garbage it.

August Brantvein

You might have just hit the jack pot! There is a lot of silverware collecting dust in boxes and drawers in almost every house. The thing is to find out if it is Stirling silver or silver plate. Stirling silver is what you are looking for. It is normally marked Stirling or 925 or has a hallmark. A single Stirling fork is worth approximately 40 dollars, so you can see how quickly the value can add up. If you need help with an appraisal or to find out if what you have is silver, we would be happy to help, and to turn it into cash if you want.

HERITAGE GOLD Local people you can trust! A Licensed & Registered Company

John Robilliard 250-830-9064 August Brantvein 250-286-9698

OVER 40 YEARS EXPERIENCE • WE'RE LOCAL... WE CARE 460 – 13TH AVENUE, CAMPBELL RIVER 250-287-9905 Tuesday – Friday 9:30-5 » Saturday 10-3 » Closed Sunday & Monday

Question: I’m thinking of buying a home, why should I use a realtor when its time to buy?

» Real Estate

» CRHF

Hospital Foundation

How can I get to the airport if I do not have a ride?

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What can I do with my old vacuum?

Now is a good time to buy real estate. With the very Sue Thelen low interest rates, lots of choices with the amount Realtor - Royal LePage of available homes on the market, and sellers are competing for a sale in a buyer’s market. I can explain my full marketing plan that will sell your home and how you will benefit from doing this. I can also help you if you want to downsize, upgrade, invest or relocate in Canada.

Sue Thelen

Now serving Pt. Hardy, Pt. McNeil, Pt. Alice & Campbell River

Cell: 250-205-0727 1-888-286-1932 suethelen@royallepage.ca www.suethelen.ca

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Please write or email any of these experts with any question you may have. They may be published!


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HOROSCOPES

The week of May 6 – 12, 2012 ARIES You experience a resounding success at work, allowing you to aspire to more interesting responsibilities which will transform your daily life.

TAURUS Don’t be surprised if some friends invite you to go on a trip or plan a vacation with them. This will be a wonderful moment in your life that you will remember for a long time to come.

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time alone when at home. Perhaps you will be tempted by a thorough spring cleaning and even a new, more inspiring décor.

SCORPIO You are the type of person who expresses out loud what others may only think. Even if you ruffle a few people’s feelings, you’ll still get a lot of support.

SAGITTARIUS

You could decide to make some profound changes in your lifestyle. You will be able to give up some bad habits and lead a much healthier life.

If you’re waiting for an answer concerning the financing of a project, such as the purchase of a house, you will get an extremely favourable reply after a few adjustments.

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This is a week when you will have a lot of things to do with little time to rest. Fortunately, you’re brimming with energy and know how to relax and let go.

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You will conclude an agreement quite easily, whether in your professional or personal life. You are likely to win any type of legal case at the moment.

LEO It wouldn’t be surprising if you have to put in a lot of overtime. This will be well-paid and could lead to possibilities of promotion.

VIRGO Your feelings will deepen if you are with a new lover. Your partner will make efforts to turn your relationship into a beautiful romance.

LIBRA You want to spend some

AQUARIUS You find yourself thinking about welcoming a new family member into your home. There will be lots of adjustments to make if it concerns a new baby or elderly parents who now have need of you.

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17. Capital of Latvia 18. Short whip used in riding 19. Lasso 20. Glass master Louis 23. Second sign of the zodiac 24. Macaws 25. Not night

Expect to have a busy social life. In fact, it wouldn’t be surprising if you give a lot of your time, depending on the situation, to a friend in need of help.

Fundraiser? Email your details to:

fundraising@ campbellrivermirror.com for a free listing in our “What’s On This Week” feature page! For more information call Darcey 250|287|9227

HOW TO PLAY: Fill in the grid so that every row, every column and every 3x3 box contains the numbers 1 through 9 only once. Each 3x3 box is outlined with a darker line. You already have a few numbers to get you started. Remember: you must not repeat the numbers 1 through 9 in the same line, column or 3x3 box.

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LUNCH/BRUNCH SPECIAL ITEMS • Blueberry Pancakes with Blueberry Compote • Crustless Asparagus and Three Cheese Pie 7x14 • Smokes Salmon and Green Onion Scrambled Eggs

Mother’s Day Sunday May 13th

DESSERTS • Banana Fosters Cheesecake • Rhubarb and Pear Cobbler • Vanilla Bean Créme Brulee

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DINNER SPECIALS • Poersciutto Wrapped Albacore Tuna Loin • Beef Carpaccio • Oysters in the Half Shell • Saffron Orange Cream Seafood Steambowl • Cornish Game Hen with a Truffle Mushroom Jus • Grilled 8oz New York Steak and Garlic Butter Prawns

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• Purses • Scarves • Jewellery

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JoAnne Marie Muir

CANCELLED- MAY HRECHUCK’S Birthday Celebration. May 10. Seth Norton.

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Our beautiful daughter, sister, mother and grandmother passed from this world and entered a better place where there is no pain and suffering. God keep you safe and you keep the Angels smiling with your wit and charm. We love you always, Mom, Dad, sister Debi, son (Kyle, Sandy), granddaughter Morgan, brother (David, Sumi, Nieces Shayna, Thasha), brother (Daryl, Jennifer), niece & nephew (Jessica and Kyle), your loving son David and grandson Brendon. We will love you forever. You will be missed by your many, many friends. You have touched hearts of so many with your giving and caring ways. You gave much more than most of us know. Thank you for being you. You will be missed and loved by many. We will love you always and miss you even more. A gathering to celebrate JoAnne’s life will be held at the Eagles #1 Hall on Saturday, May 12, 2012 from 1 pm – 4 pm. For those who wish, donations to Kidney Cancer Canada Research for the Cure, P.O. Box 23026, Westgate, P.O., Cambridge, ON, N1S 4Z6, would be appreciated. All donations are matched by a government research fund and the entire donation goes to help in kidney cancer research.

FAMILY ANNOUNCEMENTS

FAMILY ANNOUNCEMENTS

IN MEMORIAM

IN MEMORIAM

BREAST CANCER Survivors. River Spirit Dragon Boat Team invites all breast cancer survivors to join them. The paddling Season is from March to November. You can join us anytime! Please contact Terry Jacques 250-923-8002 email: teamriverspirit@gmail.com

February 11, 1963 – May 2, 2012

Elk Falls

Crematorium

Island Funeral Services 250-287-3366

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June June 77 1939 1939 –– May May 1, 1, 2012 2012

IN MEMORIAM JOE NICKEL The world changes from year to year, Our lives from day to day, but the memory of you dear friend, shall never pass away. Joe We Will Miss You Dearly! Love From all of us at Insultech

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Don Don Carr, Carr, our our larger larger than than life life husband, husband, father, father, grandfather, grandfather, uncle and friend, lost his uncle and friend, lost his battle battle with with cancer cancer on on May May 1st, 2012 in Campbell 1st, 2012 in Campbell River, River, BC, BC, comforted comforted by by the the loving loving embrace embrace of of his his family. family. Our Our special guy was born, June special guy was born, June 7, 7, 1939 1939and andspent spenthis hisearly earlyyears years inin Winnipeg, Winnipeg, Manitoba. Manitoba. Don Don ultimately ultimately made made his his home home inin White Rock, BC, where he spent 30 years with his loving wife White Rock, BC, where he spent 30 years with his loving wife and and their their two two sons. sons. He He isis survived survived by by his his wife wife Sherry, Sherry, sons sons Jason Jason and and Chris, Chris, daughter daughter inin law law Brandi, Brandi, and and granddaughters granddaughters Mackenzie and Riley. Don spent 17 years with General Motors Mackenzie and Riley. Don spent 17 years with General Motors Corporation Corporation where where he he made made lifelong lifelong friends friends before before venturing venturing into business for himself, establishing Don Carr into business for himself, establishing Don Carr Chev Chev Olds Olds inin South South Surrey/White Surrey/White Rock Rock for for 30 30 years. years. Don Don was was aa wellwellrespected businessman who took pride in giving back to respected businessman who took pride in giving back to the the community. Donner was a “character” as many of you know community. Donner was a “character” as many of you know only only too too well, well, but but beneath beneath that that bluster, bluster, was was aa heart heart that that let let you you know know you you were were inin the the presence presence of of aa gentle gentle giant. giant. Don Don lived lived life life to the fullest and then some. He experienced many adventures to the fullest and then some. He experienced many adventures with friends and family always entertaining everyone with his with friends and family always entertaining everyone with his elaborate elaboratestorytelling. storytelling.He Hespent spentseveral severalyears yearsbeing beingaasnowbird snowbird playing playing golf golf with with his his Palm Palm Desert Desert friends friends and and watching watching his his Nascar. He and wife Sherry (Cupcake) retired three years Nascar. He and wife Sherry (Cupcake) retired three years ago ago and moved to their ocean front dream home in Campbell River. and moved to their ocean front dream home in Campbell River. Please Pleasejoin joinus usininaaGrey GreyGoose Goosetoast toastto toaaremarkable remarkableman manwho who will will never never be be forgotten. forgotten. AA Celebration Celebration of of Life Life will will be be held held at at Victory Memorial Park Funeral Centre, 14831 28th Avenue, Victory Memorial Park Funeral Centre, 14831 28th Avenue, Surrey on Tuesday, May 15, 2012 at 1:00 pm. Surrey on Tuesday, May 15, 2012 at 1:00 pm. In lieu of flowers In lieu ofdonate flowerstoplease in memory of Don to please the BCdonate Cancer Foundation, 601Carr, Westgo10th http://bccancerfoundation.com/ Search for the Don Carr Avenue, Vancouver, BC, V5Z 1L3. fundraising page. Condolences may may be be offered offered at at www.victoryfuneralcentre.ca www.victoryfuneralcentre.ca Condolences

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Please support our work in the community with a donation to the Campbell River Hospice Society

Christopher Frotten

March 30, 1977 – May 8, 2010

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LEGALS

I Thought of You Today I thought of you today, But that is nothing new. I thought of you yesterday And will tomorrow, too. I think of you in silence And make no outward show. For what it meant to lose you Only those who love you know. Remembering you is easy, I do it everyday. It's the heartache of losing you That will never go away.

In Loving Memory of my son Agnes DEATHS

DEATHS

George Albert Eccles

Support when you need it most

INFORMATION AL-ANON IS an anonymous 12-step program for friends and families of alcoholics. If someone’s drinking is troubling you, we can help you. There is a meeting at St. Patrick’s Church, 34 S Alder Street in room 221 on Wednesdays from 12:00 noon to 1:00pm. Thursdays at 1:00pm, 7:30pm and on Sunday evenings at 8pm at the 7th Day Adventist Church at 300 Thulin St. Also there is a meeting at the Children’s Center on Quadra on Tuesday evenings at 7:00pm. For more information call Lynne at 250-287-3184 or Lisa at 250-914-4999. We Care!

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NOTICE TO CREDITORS in the ESTATE of MIKE BECHERER, Deceased, Late of BLACK CREEK, WHO DIED DECEMBER 22, 2011. Creditors and all others having claims against the Estate of MIKE BECHERER, are hereby notified pursuant to section 38 of the Trustee Act, that particulars of their claims and any security held by them, should be sent to the Executor of the said Estate, Georgina Price, 1698 Constitution Road, Black Creek, B.C. V9J 1G2, on or before the 15th day of June, 2012, after which date the Executor will distribute the Estate among the parties entitled to it, having regard to the claims of which the Executor then has notice.

April 23, 1928 - May 2, 2012 The family of George Eccles regret to announce his passing on Wednesday after a short illness. George was born in Stockport, England and was evacuated to Australia during the War years. He immigrated to Canada in 1953 and lived in Toronto until 1966 when he married his longtime friend Kathleen, and together they moved to Newmarket, Ontario. Kathleen and George moved to Vancouver Island in 1974 where George was a volunteer firefighter in Willow Point, and a custodian for school district 72. George is survived by his loving wife Kathleen Isobel (nee Elders), his daughter Susan Simpson, and his sons Ray Butcher, Jim Butcher, and Bill Eccles. A gathering of close friends and family will be held at a later date. Please feel encouraged to send donations in George’s memory to the Campbell River Hospice Society. Miss Me, But Let Me Go. When I come to the end of the road, And the sun has set for me, I want no rites in gloom-filled rooms, Why cry for a soul set free? Miss me a little--but not too long, And not with your head bowed low; Remember the love that we once shared Miss me--but let me go. For this is a journey that we all must take, And each must go alone. It’s all a part of the Master’s plan, A step on the road to home. When you are lonely and sick at heart, Go to the friends we know, And busy your sorrows in doing good deeds. Miss me - but let me go. Betty Miller Miller Betty

LEGALS

LEGALS

NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND OTHERS NOTICE is hereby given that Creditors and others having claims against the Estate of Ann Beverley Hunter also known as Bev Hunter, deceased, who died on March 4, 2012, are hereby required to send them to the undersigned Executor, c/o Shook Wickham Bishop & Field, Barristers and Solicitors, 906 Island Highway, Campbell River, British Columbia, V9W 2C3, before the 15 day of June 2012, after which date the Executor will distribute the said Estate among the parties entitled thereto, having regard to the claims of which it has notice. Deborah Anne Hunter, Executor, c/o Shook Wickham Bishop & Field, Barristers and Solicitors, 906 Island Highway, Campbell River, British Columbia, V9W 2C3.

FAMILY ANNOUNCEMENTS

FAMILY ANNOUNCEMENTS

BIRTHS

BIRTHS

Margy Johnston is very pleased to announce the birth of her Second Grandson to Dad Jay Jay and Mom Kelsey.

Brayden James Born April 11, 2012 7 lb 13 oz #6-1040 9th Ave., Campbell River BC 250-287-2240 Condolences may be left for the family at: www.campbellriverfunerals.com


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COMMUNITY ANNOUNCEMENTS

COMMUNITY ANNOUNCEMENTS

LEGALS

LOST AND FOUND

EDUCATION/TRADE SCHOOLS

NOTICE TO REMOVE PRIVATE LAND FROM WOODLOT LICENCE W0018 Please be advised that DC Timber Limited is proposing to remove 22.8 hectares of private land from Woodlot Licence W0018 located in the vicinity of Loughborough Inlet. Inquiries or comments must be submitted to PO Box 411, Heriot Bay, BC, VOP 1H0 or email to: jmarlow@gicable.com by May 30, 2012. All inquiries both written and verbal will be responded to. Information about this proposal can be obtained by contacting John Marlow at 250 285-2544.

FOUND WATCH, lady’s, on sea walk, May 2. (250)9236070. LOST RING at the recycling centre in Campbelton. Monday, April 30. Please call 250282-5579 if found.

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C.O.R.E. continues April May 21, 22, 23 6:00pm-10:00pm Aboriginal Learning Cenre Beside the Thunderbird Hall Two pieces of ID required. For info contact:

Sunwest Auto Centre has been in the Comox Valley for over 25 Years and is dedicated to Excellence.

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CAMERON LAKE Resort makes camping easy & enjoyable. Our family oriented resort offers seasonal, full-hookup RV sites in a secure & parklike setting (including free winter storage). We are located on Hwy 4, between Parksville & Port Alberni. For info call 250-752-6707. LONG BEACH - Ucluelet Deluxe waterfront cabin, sleeps 6, BBQ.Spring Special. 2 nights $239 / 3 nights $299. Pets Okay. Rick 604-306-0891

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Multimedia Journalist Oak Bay News

Salmon Farm Assistant Site Manager

The Oak Bay News, has an immediate opening for a full-time news journalist. Oak Bay is located minutes away from Victoria, B.C.

We are currently seeking a highly motivated and hard working team member to join Mainstream Canada.

Reporting to the editor, the successful candidate will provide news stories, photos and video for our award-winning, twice weekly newspaper and website.

Our company is the Canadian division of the international aquaculture company Cermaq. We are a growth oriented company, focusing on being one of the major global salmon farming companies. We strive for quality of our product, safe working environments and sustainable aquaculture.

Qualifications include a firm grasp of grammar, spelling and newspaper style. Previous newspaper reporting experience is an asset.

As an Assistant Site Manager on the opposite shift of the Site Manager, you will be responsible for the oversight of all activities on your site, ensuring that all protocols, regulations, and safe work procedures are followed. You will assist the Site Manager in achieving the growth of your fish, and the development of your staff. The ideal applicant will have extensive finfish farming experience, and the ability to work within and lead a team successfully. You must have excellent computer and communication skills. You will work in a camp setting, and have an 8 day on / 6 day off shift. Prerequisites to hiring are a fitness test and criminal record check. We offer competitive wages, a corporate bonus program, company paid benefits package, and a matching retirement fund plan. If you have the skills we are looking for, and you would like to become part of our team please forward a resume, in person, by fax or e-mail to: Mainstream Canada #203 – 919 Island Highway Campbell River, BC V9W 2C2 Fax: (250) 286-0042 E-Mail: careers@mainstreamcanada.com Please put “Assistant Site Manager’ in the subject line Closing Date: May 18, 2012

The candidate is expected to be web savvy, both in their use of social media as a reporting tool, and their ability to tell stories in a multi-platform environment, using video, podcasting and other tools. Knowledge of Canadian Press style is important, as is the ability to take and carry out instructions in a timely fashion. Knowledge of InDesign, Photoshop and social media (Facebook, Twitter) would be considered an asset.

Interested candidates should send resume, clippings and cover letter by May 18, 2012 to: Laura Lavin Editor, Oak Bay News Black Press 818 Broughton Street Victoria, B.C. V8W 1E4 or e-mail: llavin@vicnews.com Thank you for your interest. Only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

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Payroll Administrator PAYMASTER world’s leading leading producer producer of offarmed farmed Marine Harvest is the world’s Canadian operations operations based based inin Campbell Campbell salmon with our Canadian Vancouver Island. Island. We We are are currently currently River on beautiful Vancouver professional to to join join our our Finance Financeteam team seeking a qualified professional Paymaster. as Payroll Administrator. As aa key key member member of of the the Finance Finance and and Administration Administration team, As the Paymaster is Administrator responsible foristhe preparation team, the Payroll responsible for and the distribution and of the Company’sofnon-union payroll on a bipreparation distribution the Company’s non-union weekly on schedule, preparation of preparation month-end and year-end payroll a bi-weekly schedule, of month-end reports and documentation related to therelated payrolltofunction. and year-end reports and documentation the payroll function.Skills and Abilities: Qualifications, • 3 to 5 years experience Qualifications, Skills and Abilities: • CPM certification is preferred; • 3 to 5 years experience • Highly organized with very strong attention to • CPA certification is preferred; detail; • Highly organized with very strong attention to detail; • Strong verbal communication skills and conflict • Strong verbal communication skills and conflict resolution abilities; resolution abilities; • Ceridian (web-based) payroll software experience • Ceridian HRPW (web-based) payroll software preferred; experience preferred; Salary will be commensurate with qualifications and Salary will beTocommensurate qualifi cations please and experience. be consideredwith for this position, experience. To be considered for this position, please forward your resume and cover letter by May 15, 2012 forward your resume and cover letter by May 15, 2012 to: to: Marine Harvest Canada Marine Harvest Canada #124 Highway, – 1334 Island Highway #124 – 1334 Island Campbell River,Campbell BC V9WRiver, 8C9 BC V9W 8C9 Fax: (250)850-3275 Fax: 850-3275 Email: Laurie.Gage@marineharvest.com Email: Laurie.Gage@marineharvest.com


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EDUCATION/TRADE SCHOOLS

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VOLUNTEERS

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Captain Karen Taylor EMAIL: oceancresthr@gmail.com Fax: 250-287-3729 We thank all applicants, however, only those candidates to be interviewed will be contacted. PLEASE NO PHONE CALLS

Summer Intern Black Press - Campbell River Black Press-Vancouver Island requires a temporary full-time summer intern for its Campbell River community newspaper. The job term runs for 10 weeks. The successful candidate will do general assignment reporting and photography. Night and weekend work is involved and a valid driver's licence and car is mandatory. Qualifications This position is open to students and recent graduates (within the last year or two) who are ambitious and who have a strong worth ethic and a passion for journalism. Qualifications include a firm grasp of grammar, spelling and newspaper style. Previous reporting experience is an asset. The student is expected to be web savvy, both in their use of social media as a reporting tool, and their ability to tell stories in a multi-platform environment, using video, podcasting and other tools. Interested candidates should send resume, clippings and cover letter by May 14, 2012 to:

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AUCTIONS

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QUALIFICATIONS: The successful candidate will have one year but less than 3 years of prior related experience including custodial, computer skills and general repairs(i.e. electrical & plumbing ) experience, and be able to meet physical demands such as frequently lifting and carrying of chairs, tables boxes and other heavy items.

Interested applicants must respond in writing by Friday, May 11, 2012 to:

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The successful candidate will also be required to show proof of the following: • First Aid Certification • WHMIS Certification • Non-violent Crisis Intervention • Fluent Spoken and written English • Valid Driver’s License and clean driver’s abstract • Criminal Record Check • Excellent team and interpersonal skills • Creative self-starter, a motivator and open to innovation • Immunization for Hepatitis B, H1N1 and vaccination against Tuberculosis SALARY/GRADE: Hire rate: $10.97 Post probation $11.29 37.5hrs/week

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Five NIC instructors receive international teaching excellence awards Five North Island College instructors have been selected to receive prestigious National Institute for Staff and Organization Development’s Excellence Awards. NIC instructors Roger Albert, Laurie Bird, Ken Jackson, Laura Johnston, and Betty Tate will be honoured at NISOD’s International Conference on Teaching and Leadership Excellence, held in Austin, Texas later this month. The National Institute for Staff and Organization Development (NISOD) is dedicated to the continued improvement of teaching and learning, with the ultimate goal of student success, and has been hosting an annual ceremony to recognize Excellence Award recipients who represent the best in community college education since 1989. Dr. Evelyn Waiwaiole, the Suanne Davis Roueche Director of NISOD says, “The Excellence Awards are an annual recognition of what is good about community colleges.

Celebrating those individuals who have contributed to student success and their colleges’ mission is something we look forward to celebrating each year.” Laura Johnston, Aboriginal Education Advisor at the Campbell River campus, and English Instructor at both the Comox Valley and Campbell River campuses, excels in building community relationships with the First Nations in the region and is the founder of the very successful Indigenous Voices & Visions series. She is motivated by the power of education to inform, empower and ultimately heal, and considers it an honor to witness students realize their own voice and potential. Ken Jackson, Mathematics and Adult Basic Education Instructor, is the epitome of a student-focused instructor who teaches enthusiastically, energetically and with a sense of humour that builds comfort, rapport, confidence and Continued on B16

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Spring is hatching on unique Mitlenatch Island Hundreds of nesting seabirds, eagles, spring wildflowers and prickly pear cactus are some of the attractions for Cortes Island Museum’s first cruise of the season to Mitlenatch Island on Saturday, May 26, aboard the 43-foot gaff-rigged Misty Isles. Massive Steller sea lions and smaller Califor nia sea lions make themselves heard during a brief stay on Mitlenatch Island in their spring migrations to northern breeding grounds. Skipper/naturalist Mike Moore and his wife Samantha will share a wealth of information and stories about this wildlife sanctu-

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