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Controversial hydro meters are coming to Campbell River beginning in July. BC Hydro plans to install smart meters throughout the summer, with the last to go in by November. The company has already installed 1.3 million of them across B.C. Ted Olynyk, spokesperson for BC Hydro, said the devices will allow Hydro to operate more efficiently, particularly in the event of a power outage. “Sometimes we’re not aware of an outage in a smaller area because no one has called it in because they think someone else has called,” Olynyk said in a presentation to the Strathcona Regional District’s Committee of the Whole last Wednesday afternoon. “The smart meters send us a signal (as the power goes out) and that signal will show up on our computers and will tell us where there’s an outage.” The smart meters will also transmit to BC Hydro how much energy a home is using, therefore eliminating the need for meter readers to go onto a person’s property. Hydro has been promoting the smart meters as a money-saver despite the fact rates are not

going down. “The rates will go up but because of a hand-held device people can choose to have...you can see what your consumption is so you could make adjustments,” Olynyk said. “Consumers can save five to 15 per cent by making small adjustments.” But not everybody is on board with the smart meters, which use Wi-Fi to transmit signals. Critics worry the radiation the devices give off pose a health threat and that the transmitters will violate people’s privacy. “Electricity companies can know the power usage at a property with a smart meter by using the remote meter reading system,” according to the website Stop Smart Meters. “They can use this data to develop a usage pattern report, which can then be used to deduce the time of day people are at home and when they are using electricity.” Olynyk said that isn’t true. “The Internet is a great place for information but not all of it is correct information,” he said. “There’s misinformation out there that BC Hydro will know who you have over for dinner, when you’re eating dinner and even when you’re having sex because of smart meters.” As for radiation, Olynyk said Continued on A5

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Work it, girl! Paula Ryczko, owner of Stereo Fitness, “boxer-cizes” during a demonstration at Saturday’s Diversity Health Fair at Strathcona Gardens. See more photos in Scene and Heard on Page 2.

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Big crowd enjoys the second annual Diversity Health Fair A little rain outside meant a lot of people came indoors for the Diversity Health Fair on Saturday at Strathcona Gardens. It was a packed house as hundreds of people took in more than 80 exhibitors who filled both arenas for the second annual event. There was plenty to see and do for the fair goers who watched and took part in a variety of fitness lessons, learned new cooking techniques – while getting to sample some great snacks too! – learned more about their own health, sang songs, juggled and played. The family-friendly health and wellness fair was sponsored by the Immigrant Welcome Centre of Campbell River (formerly known as the Campbell River Multicultural and Immigrant Services Association) which is celebrating its 20th anniversary this year. To learn more about the centre, stop by the office at 740 Robron Road or visit online at www.immigrantwelcome. ca

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Mary Dennison (right) leads the group Sing For Pure Joy on stage at Strathcona Gardens.

Thanh Tazumi (above) sells cards to support www. welovekids. org. Pictured below is compost educator Gayle Bates.

The walking lifejacket (above) promotes water safety; Mi Tar (right), originally from Burma, makes sushi. Below are Stan Elliot of CR Electric Wheels and Shelagh Germyn of She-Can caregivers.

Christina Collins of The Vertical Gym demonstrates a pole workout.

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The ‘greatest dinosaurs on the road’ Long-distance trip features vintage cars from 1910-’14 PAUL RUDAN

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No, that wasn’t Chitty Chitty Bang Bang you saw cruising along the Island Highway earlier this week. That, car lovers, was a 1911 Stanley Steamer, a beauty of an automobile that went the way of the dodo bird once gas engines became the power plants of choice. “It sure puts out a lot of steam when it’s raining,” says Mike May, 69, of Woodstock, Vermont, who’s along for the long ride with his buddy Don Bourdon, 64, the owner of the steam-powered car. The old friends and their wives are riding with a group of 15 vintage cars taking part in Red Rock Rendezvous 2012. They arrived in Campbell River Sunday night and stayed for another night at the Best Western before

continuing the trip down Island. The road trip takes place every two years and attracts a select group of vintage car owners from across the United States. This year’s three-week journey began earlier this month in Missoula, Montana, and will end there on June 29. “To take a car like this, 2,500 or 3,000 miles, is asking a lot out of hundred-yearold machinery,” says Jack Miller, 73, of Fayetteville, Georgia. The entourage includes two Rolls Royce Silver Ghosts – including a royal blue 1913 model valued at about $1 million – a 1913 Locomobile, a 1914 Ford Model T, and Miller’s 1913 StevensDrury, to name a few. “This was one of the most expensive cars of its day,” says Miller, with a pat of the rear fender. “By 1915, Ste-

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Harvey Hansen (above) of Salt Lake City poses by his 1913 Locomobile, as the Red Rock Rendezvous stopped in Campbell River Sunday and Monday. Pictured below, check out the wood-spoked rims on the 1913 Stevens-Drury.

vens-Drury was out of business.” The year 1915 is also “too new” for the Rendezvous riders. Cars allowed can’t be made past 1914 and the oldest of the bunch are 19101911 models. “Anything earlier than that, they’re just too small to go on a trip like this,” notes Harvey Hansen of Salt

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“It was restored in 1959 and I bought it as is. I didn’t do any restoration on it, just got it running better,” says Hansen, as he starts playing with all the funky little noisemakers on board. “It’s got all the horns, bells and whistles!”

During their layover in Campbell River, the drivers donned grease clothes to lube their cars, change oil, tighten bolts, and to repair whatever else needs fixing in order for the vehicles to make it another 1,600 kilometres. “Today’s a layover day for fixin’ anything,” says Hansen who’s on his fifth trip. “One time I broke down in Arizona. I had to trailer it home, but those things happen. Some things you can fix and some things you can’t.” Sometimes the owners have to scout out machinists to make custom replacement parts and sometimes they come across other vintage car lovers who have what they need. As this year’s tour crossed Washington State, the drive shaft on the 1911 Cadillac broke. Fortunately, a guy they met in Bellingham had the right parts which meant the Caddy could keep going. “That’s just luck,” Hansen chuckles. Surprisingly, tires are relatively easy to find and cost about $300 apiece. But there are other things on these cars that don’t look so old, like the electronic GPS map in the front of Miller’s Stevens-Drury. “In a lot of these cars the brakes have been modernized, they have running lights and turn signals,” says Miller, explaining it makes the vehicles safer from the long trips. The drivers travel in

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groups of two to three vehicles, this way they don’t cause long line-ups of impatient motorists, and they also travel on back and side roads as much as possible. “My cruising speed is 45 to 50 miles an hour,” says Hansen. “There’s another green (Locomobile) in the group and he got it up to 80 on a track. That would make me nervous.” That kind of speed also wouldn’t sit well with Hansen’s wife of 58 years, Clara, who’s enjoying the journey. “I hadn’t even heard of a Locomobile until he told me he wanted to buy one. There aren’t many,” she notes. The other interesting thing about all these cars is the placement of the steering wheel, which is on the right side. The reason being that the cars were based on the horseand-buggy era when the driver was more interested in staying out of the righthand ditch and this allowed them to keep a close eye on the edge of the rough roads. On Tuesday morning, the tour got back on the road – it takes 20 minutes to get the Stanley Steamer going, but then it will run all day – as the group headed for Tofino, then to Victoria and then onto Kokanee Glacier Park, before making the final jaunt to Missoula. And everywhere they go, they turn heads. “You’re seeing some of the greatest dinosaurs on the road,” says Miller.

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Messy bins getting axed KRISTEN DOUGLAS CAMPBELL RIVER MIRROR

Recycling bins at Strathcona Gardens are scheduled to get the axe this year and that is not sitting well with one city councillor. The depot is slated for closure in 2012 as the Strathcona Regional District wants the community drop-off bins removed from its property. Other than at the dump, that will leave just one recycling depot left in the city – at the Sportsplex. “I really feel Campbell River needs two drop off areas,” said Coun. Andy Adams at Tuesday’s council meeting. Adams made a motion that the city send a letter to the Comox Strathcona Waste Management

Committee asking that two recycling drop-off sites be provided in urban Campbell River. Adams said his preference would be to have one downtown and another in a central location to accommodate Willow Point. Mayor Walter Jakeway said he’d like to see the recycling depot remain where it is. “To me the most important thing is that people use them,” Jakeway said. “Strathcona Gardens is the perfect site because people use them.” Coun. Claire Moglove, who sits on the Comox Strathcona Waste Management Board, said the Strathcona Gardens location is being nixed because of a lack of staff. “The bins are on SRD (Strathcona Regional District) property and

there’s been a request from the SRD that the bins be removed because at Strathcona Gardens they don’t have the staff or the manpower to keep them tidy,” Moglove said. “They are looking at alternative sites for the bins.” The Comox Strathcona Waste Management board passed a motion at a meeting March 15 to replace all the depots in Campbell River and the Comox Valley with one larger depot in Campbell River, Courtenay and Comox. The depots would be located on either public land or land leased by the waste management service. The property will be properly lit, paved, fenced, maintained and accessible. “There have been

requests from the Strathcona Regional District and the Comox Mall to remove the depots from their sites,” said Debra Oakman, chief administrative officer for the Comox Valley Regional District, operator of the waste management service. “The greatest challenges facing the depots in the city centres are miss-use by the public, dropping off such items as furniture, appliances, styrofoam and household waste.” The Comox Strathcona Waste Management service has provided recycling collection depots throughout the Campbell River area since 1997. People can dispose of their cardboard, mixed paper, plastic, metal cans and glass into large bins free of cost.

Smart meters: Installation can be delayed Continued from A1

they are so low that public places with Wi-Fi, such as community centres and coffee shops, pose a greater threat than smar t meters. With BC Ferries add-

ing Wi-Fi to its routes, Olynyk said a one-way trip from Departure Bay to Horseshoe Bay is now the equivalent of the amount of radiation someone would be exposed to in 35 years of having a smart

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what will happen in the long-term to those customers who refuse the smart meter. “There’s still a lot of runway room to determine what happens,” he said. “Some choices have to be made.”

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The Nuge! He’s a potential NHL star in the making, who’ll be worth millions, and he’s just 19 years old. Campbell River hockey fans got to meet Ryan NugentHopkins of the Edmonton Oilers on Saturday at Campbell River Common. He was in the city to sign autographs and then he headed out to Storey Creek to play in Rod Brind’Amour’s annual golf tournament to support cystic fibroris. A few hundred people lined up to get the autograph of the former first-overall draft pick.

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Expect some traffic disruption this summer in North Campbell River as a new water service for residents and businesses along the North Island Highway is installed. The upgrade project will replace the main water line along Highway 19 between Highway 28 and Orange Point Road to provide a new water service to Vancouver Island Power’s Cogeneration Facility (Cogen) and address water system pressure issues in the Holly Hills area. The project will also install a new pressure reducing valve (PRV) station at the top of Woodburn Road and decommission an existing PRV in the North Campbell River area. “The end result will see a more effectively balanced water distribution network in North Campbell River,” says Ron Neufeld, the City’s general manager of operations. Construction on the project is expected to begin in July and be completed by the end of the year. The project is estimated to cost $2.5 million, funded by the city and Capital Power. “The City’s $600,000 contribution comes from the water capital budget, and Capital Power is responsible

for the balance of all costs,” Neufeld adds. “The water services work being completed is necessary for the Cogen plant to operate as a standalone facility and for the long-term viability of our operations in the community,” says Greg Manzulenko, Capital Power Plant Manager, Island Generation. “We are working with the City of Campbell River to minimize disruptions to the public as much as possible, and we appreciate people’s patience while this work is completed.” The Cogen plant has to disconnect itself from Catalyst’s Elk Falls Pulp Mill which is currently being dismantled. Cogen will no longer have access to Elk Falls’ water system nor its effluent treatment plant. Cogen will be connecting to the city’s Norm Wood treatment

plant at their own expense in the near future. Design work for the water system was completed by McElhanney Consulting Services, based in Campbell River, and the construction work has been awarded to Wacor Holdings Ltd., also of Campbell River. Project work is expected to take place from Monday to Saturday, 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. Minor disruption of water service will occur when the service connection for each property connects to the new water main. “Timing for switching the water service to the new line will be scheduled well in advance with individual property owners,” Neufeld says. “Like other watermain upgrade projects, people should also anticipate minor traffic delays in the area at during this project,” Neufeld adds.

The city aims to minimize traffic delays through traffic guidelines for the upgrade project in the four-lane divided highway section from the bridge north to Coulter Road. In this area, only a single lane can be closed at any point. For the two-lane section from Coulter Road north to Orange Point Road, the contractor will be permitted to close a single lane with alternating traffic in both directions. Appropriate traffic control and traffic management during construction will be the responsibility of the contractor. Access to all properties is to be maintained at all times. For more information visit www.campbellriver.ca or contact the city’s Capital Works Department by phone at 250-286-5700 or via email to: nih. watermain@campbellriver.ca.

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There should be no ‘get out of jail free’ Last week, a 20-year-old man from Surrey received a month in jail for his part in the Stanley Cup riots, which took place just over a year ago, on June 15, 2011. Many people are hoping this sets We say: Deal with a precedent for future sentencing. It should. A one-month term for taking the Stanley Cup in a riot, in which millions of rioters swiftly and part dollars in property damage was done, efficiently police were assaulted or ignored, 150 were injured and the reputation of the Vancouver area was severely damaged, is light punishment. However, it is very likely that many of those charged

will not receive any punishment. Their cases may well be thrown out of court because of excessive delay, because of the severely plugged nature of the court system. If a case is delayed for 18 months or longer, through no fault of the defence, it is quite likely it will be thrown out when it finally comes to court. This is completely unacceptable. While it says volumes about the state of the court system, something that few people pay attention to unless they are directly involved, it sends a very bad message to the rioters. It tells them that they should do all they can to delay and drag things out until they are charged. Above all, they should not plead guilty. They can simply wait for the system to take its course, and almost automatically,

many of them will get off scot-free. The provincial government should set up a temporary court which can solely deal with cases involving the rioters. It should wait a few months until more of them are charged, and then deal with the cases, one by one, in a prompt and efficient manner. Everyone who is charged in connection with the riot should face trial, and do time if found guilty. If rioters who did so much damage to the reputation of this enrire area are able to get off without any consequences, because of the backlog of cases in the court system, there is something seriously wrong with our criminal justice system. – Black Press

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Cornerstone undone What will be left of Canada’s fisheries after MP John Duncan is through? He voted to pass the Conservative government’s reckless changes to the Fisheries Act, which remove provisions that protect fish habitat from destruction. Habitat destruction is the most common reason for decline of a species. Without habitat, we can’t have healthy fish stocks. These changes undo the cornerstone of environmental law in Canada and have attracted widespread opposition—even from Conservatives. Former conservative fisheries ministers Tom Siddon and John Fraser have publicly opposed the changes. So have more than 625 scientists and former Liberal fisheries ministers Herb Dhaliwal and David Anderson. Existing laws can be improved, but these changes are being passed without the proper scrutiny they need to get the balance right. The Conservatives are ramming them through in their 400 page omnibus budget bill, leaving no time for proper study. They claim these changes are so essential that they have to be passed Continued on A9 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

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Some middle of the week quick hits for you... It didn’t take long for the conspiracy theorists to come out after the city announced Friday work would begin on replacing the watermain along the North Island Highway. There’s more to this than meets the eye, one social media aficionado said. It isn’t enough that Island Cogen needed to hook up to the city’s water services. Eventually it will also hook up to its sewer system because it’s current service, provided by the Elk Falls pulp mill, is being dismantled. As in taken out, shipped away, never to be seen again. He couldn’t see why the city would announce this now. Watch for something else to come along, he said.

I guess Island Cogen’s $1.9 million contribution of private money to upgrade the line isn’t enough of a good deal for the city to pitch in a $600,000 contribution? You just can’t do anything in this town without people giving themselves whiplash trying to dump all over it in any way they can. Speaking of dumping, you’d have to think the mood at city hall must be pretty crappy these days what with our outspoken mayor trashing his employees. I just don’t see how bashing your workers is a good way to improve the way the city is run. Employees expect and are, frankly, entitled to be treated with more respect than they used to be in the Dark Ages.

Meanwhile, smart meters are coming. Break out the aluminum foil hats. Hell, wrap me up in the stuff to protect me from microwaves piercing through my body from the smart meters...and the TV remotes, and the cellphones, the WiFi and the microwave ovens. Don’t forget the chemtrails and the spy satellites reading our thoughts! And then there’s our good friend John Duncan, Member of Parliament and Minister of Indian and Northern Affairs. John tried to convince us that the federal government has invested millions in making our waters safer for boaters. While that’s disputable for boaters, it’s completely unbelievable for our fish and other aquatic

inhabitants who will suffer from an attack on fishery habitat protection that shocked four former Fisheries Ministers – two of whom are Conservatives. Tom Siddon and John Fraser were joined by Liberals Herb Dhaliwal and David Anderson decrying the Harper government’s plan to rip the teeth out of the federal Fisheries Act’s environmental protection. When conservatives and liberals team up to speak out about the environment, you really have to worry. Alistair Taylor is editor of the Campbell River Mirror. Connect with him through e-mail: editor@campbellrivermirror.com; on twitter: @AlstrT; and on facebook at the Campbell River Mirror’s facebook page.


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Meeting the dragon Alitis Investment Counsel sponsored Dragon’s Den entrepreneur, Kevin O’Leary (right), to talk June 11 at Crown Isle. It was a sold out presentation. As chair of the Campbell River Community Foundation, Shannan Brown was onsite to receive a donation from Alitis to the foundation for $2,250 from ticket sales proceeds. Another cheque for $2,250 was presented to the Comox Valley Community Foundation, as well.

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right away, yet they didn’t even merit a single mention in the Conservatives’ recent election platform. The changes are part of a widespread,

willing neglect for our fish by the Conservatives. While they have grown public spending by leaps and bounds over their six years in power, they have cut the Department of Fisheries and Oceans

by over 25 per cent. Poor enforcement has greatly reduced the number of pollution and habitat violations that are pursued by DFO; indeed, convictions for violations are now almost non-

existent. Over 75,000 Canadians are directly or indirectly employed through our fisheries and many more fish for fun, with one in every seven adult Canadians applying for licences every year. Mr. Duncan

needs to shake off the iron-grip of the Prime Minister’s office, start thinking for himself and protect our fish! Lawrence MacAulay, MP Liberal Critic for Fisheries and Oceans

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If you have a pat on the back or a kick in the pants for somebody, submit it to heroesandzeros@campbellrivermirror.com. Please try to keep them short. You must include a name for publication. Please note: No anonymous submissions or submissions with pseudonyms will be published. A contact phone (not for publication) is also required. Any questions, call Alistair Taylor, editor, at 250-287-9227. HEROES – I would like to send a cake full of roses to the Campbell River Dairy Queen for decorating my husband’s 30th Birthday cake. It was the coolest cake I’ve ever seen. Thank you. – Kim brown

Campbell River and the surrounding area when they need it most. – Thank you from the staff at the Campbell River Hospice Society, Julie Collis, Office Administrator

sense of community service. – Marnie McLachlan on behalf of the Campbell River Women’s Centre

ZEROS – The City of Campbell River. Weeds are rampant under the “Welcome to Campbell River” sign on the old island highway, yet they pay a crew to wash stop signs. YES, you read correctly, a driver, truck, washer and safety person, washing stop signs. When will this ludicrous stupidity end? Chase these people from their jobs and elect people who CARE about Campbell River. – Sally Maxwell

HEROES – On behalf of Ecole des Deux Mondes, we would like to thank Ken Clausen, manager of Pedal Your World Bike Shop, who gave his time and energy to tuning up a donated bike for a child. “Adults stand taller when they bend down to help a child.” Thanks you for kindness! – Joanne Crawford, principal HEROES – To the ladies at the Campbell River Chapter of Altrusa International for their generous support and providing us with $750. This much needed funding will be used to provide 30 hours of counselling services to individuals within

HEROES – Bill & Leone Lant and the crew at Laserwash who hosted a Mother’s Day Fundraising Event for the Centre. We at the centre applaud not only their generosity but also their tremendous

HEROES – Over the last few days we have had phenomenal sightings of Orca and Humpback whales right out front of Campbell River. We would like to thank all the people that phone or radio in sightings to us; and please continue to do so. From locals viewing the whales from the waterfront or their balconies, to sport fisherman, fishing guides, pleasure boaters, friends and BC Ferry Staff!! We and, of course, our guests appreciate it! Campbell River has a great community that wants to share the best that this area has to offer. Thank you. – Jen Furst on behalf of Campbell River Whale Watching and Adventure Tours

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HEROES – Our compassionate Campbell River neighbours who helped us spread the news about Quadra Cat Rescue’s giant garage sale fundraiser and those who came out to support our efforts. Especially big thank-you to all the people who just “dropped by” to give a donation. Thanks too for your kind interaction with Shilo. For more information about adopting this remarkable rescue kitten, please call 250-285-CATS or email quadracatrescue@yahoo. com. – Julie Douglas HEROES – Marjorie Greaves for her dedicated work in producing TV interviews about life in Campbell River on Shaw TV, channel 4. Over

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| CAMPBELL RIVER MIRROR | WEDNESDAY, JUNE 20, 2012

Man with long criminal record gets a break PAUL RUDAN CAMPBELL RIVER MIRROR

A man with a “terrible criminal record” received a four-month jail break on Monday in Campbell River provincial court. T h e C r ow n w a s calling for Devan Daigle to serve seven months behind bars for possessing a cross bow and arrows, but instead Judge Brian Klaver ordered him to spend another 90 days in detention. “ We l l t h e r e s i r, there’s your break. I hope you use it wisely,” the judge told Daigle, who was appearing by video from jail cells in Victoria. Daigle simply replied, “I will your honour.” H e h a d e a rl i e r pleaded guilty to possessing a firearm contrary to a court order.

As a result of previous convictions, Daigle is banned for life from possessing firearms and 10 years for other weapons. He has past criminal convictions for assault, uttering threats, theft and numerous breach of court orders. “He has ter rible criminal record,” said Judge Klaver. According to Crown prosecutor Adrienne Venturini, on June 3, Campbell River RCMP received an emergency 911 call from Justine Heddon, who’s had her own share of runins with police. Heddon was screaming for help as Daigle allegedly forced his way into her residence on Delvecchio Road. The two had been involved in a relationship and Daigle was returning to collect his belong-

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ings. Reading from the police re por t, Venturini said Daigle forced open a locked window and entered Heddon’s residence. She responded by kicking him in the face. When police arrived, Daigle had fled from the residence. However, among his belongings was the crossbow and arrows. He was arrested June 7, and held in custody until Monday’s court appearance when he pleaded guilty to the lone count. Two other charges of mischief and break and enter were dropped by the Crown in exchange for the guilty plea. The court heard that Daigle has long-standing issues with drug addiction, but has been doing better in the last three months since he went on prescribed

methadone program. A s we l l , D a i g l e is working and his employer is also his sponsor for Narcotics Anonymous and Alcoholics Anonymous. “He’s doing very well…he has work to go to and he’s got good support in the community,” said defence lawyer James Hormoth. Why then, asked

the judge, did Daigle have a crossbow and ar rows, especially when he knew the consequences? “It was something that came his way…a nice kit,” explained Hormoth, who added, “he wasn’t running around the neighbourhood with it.” Daigle admitted it was “stupid” to have

the crossbow and also said he’s had enough of going to jail. “It was a foolish thing to do. I should have surrendered it. It was stupid,” he said. “I’m tired of coming in and out of here.” Judge Klaver agreed that Daigle appears to be doing better and adopted Hor moth’s suggestion of a 90-day

sentence. In addition to the jail time, Daigle will be on probation for one year, cannot have any contact with Heddon and is banned for life from possessing weapons. He was also ordered to provide a DNA sample to the national police registry. As well, the crossbow and arrows were forfeited to the Crown.

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Approx. value $165

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Chicken Grilling Sausages 450gr

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lb

QF Platinum Angus

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for

lb

8 99 4

2$

Smokies

for

Grimm’s

Classic Rings

375gr

Each

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WINNERS

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CAMPBELL RIVER MIRROR | WEDNESDAY, JUNE 20, 2012

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99

380gr

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3

for

345-350ml

237ml

4

2

2$

99

for

550gr

Selected, 400gr

Cookies

Wafers or Crumbs

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Ginger Snaps 350gr

for

Dare

Crush or Mr. Freeze

150-200gr

100’s

5

3 $5 for

50¢ from PepsiCo 6x710ml packs goes to the QF Health Fund! Christie

5$

4

Blossom Cookies

99

Christie

118-157ml

99

La Grille Marinade

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3x375ml

Lipton Brisk, Crush, Dr. Pepper or Mountain Dew

5 2 Kellogg’s

2

3

99

50¢

2

99 For

2

99

2$ Plus Applicable Fees

for

5

6x110-113gr

4

99

Juice Blend or Cocktail 10x180ml

2$

5

Plus Applicable Fees

for

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Kraft

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99 2 NEW VARIETY

2$ for

5

Peanut Butter 750gr-1kg

5

99

99 3

Cheese & crackers go together like QF & Summertime!

for

Ritz Crackers or Sandwiches

4$

for

500gr

200-225gr

3

Kraft

Christie

for

2

99

2 $4

for

3 $5

Napkins

99

680gr

Del Monte

Chewy or Dipps Granola Bars

2 $4 500ml

Kraft

99 3 100’s

Quaker

99

Corn Flakes Cereal

99 3 Selected 156-187gr

Jam

400gr

6’s

Kellogg’s

Selected Varieties & Sizes

6x710ml Goes to QF Health Fund

Mott’s

600gr

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99 3 Fruitsations Snack Cups

Jet-Puffed Marshmallows

White Swan

Plus Applicable Fees

640-775gr

Gourmet Delight Natural Fruit

99 3

9

99

All-Bran Bran Flakes, Raisin Bran or Rice Krispies Cereal

560gr

Ice Cream Novelties

5

Coffee

907-930gr

Kellogg’s

Eggo Waffles

99

Europe’s Best

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1.75lt

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Ice Cream or Sherbet & Yogourt Cups

For

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Club House

Picnic Pack

5

5

2$

Sauce

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Simply Juice or Lemonade

160gr or 300ml

Haagen Dazs, Nestle or Del Monte

Del Monte Real Fruit

2$

for

cials on super cool treats at QF! e p s t o h a r t Ex

12x50ml

99

3$ Olivieri

for

Juice or Yogourt Bars

99

Heinz

2

4

Deluxe or Mini Buns

220-240gr

5

333gr

99

Dempster’s

Cracker Barrel Cheese Slices

85gr

Plus Applicable Fees

Garlic Bread

Filled Pasta 300-350gr

for

99

Minute Maid

All Natural Potato Snacks

Olivieri

2$

Kraft

Shredded Natural Cheese

2

Olivieri

473ml

1.42lt

4

2

Popchips

50¢ Goes to QF Health Fund

99

Salad Dressing

Real Mayonnaise

99

6x710ml

Hidden Valley

Hellmann’s

336gr

Pepsi or 7up

Black Diamond

QF 30th Anniversary Cheese

A17

5

Dofino

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165gr

200gr

300-325gr

Havarti Slices

99 2

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99 2

Crackers

2$ for

5


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WEDNESDAY, JUNE 20, 2012 | CAMPBELL RIVER MIRROR |

CAMPBELL RIVER MIRROR | WEDNESDAY, JUNE 20, 2012

Use your QF app for even more Sizzlin’ Summer Specials - go to Appyhour.ca!

50¢ from the purchase of each PepsiCo 6x710ml goes to the QF Health Fund! Paradise Island

9 Approx. 800gr

Black Diamond

Cheestrings

Cheese Slices

99

500gr

Kraft

4

99

380gr

6-12’s

3

for

345-350ml

237ml

4

2

2$

99

for

550gr

Selected, 400gr

Cookies

Wafers or Crumbs

Mr. Christie’s

Ginger Snaps 350gr

for

Dare

Crush or Mr. Freeze

150-200gr

100’s

5

3 $5 for

50¢ from PepsiCo 6x710ml packs goes to the QF Health Fund! Christie

5$

4

Blossom Cookies

99

Christie

118-157ml

99

La Grille Marinade

La Grille Rub Marinade

3x375ml

Lipton Brisk, Crush, Dr. Pepper or Mountain Dew

5 2 Kellogg’s

2

3

99

50¢

2

99 For

2

99

2$ Plus Applicable Fees

for

5

6x110-113gr

4

99

Juice Blend or Cocktail 10x180ml

2$

5

Plus Applicable Fees

for

Billy Bee

Kraft

Pure Natural Honey

99 2 NEW VARIETY

2$ for

5

Peanut Butter 750gr-1kg

5

99

99 3

Cheese & crackers go together like QF & Summertime!

for

Ritz Crackers or Sandwiches

4$

for

500gr

200-225gr

3

Kraft

Christie

for

2

99

2 $4

for

3 $5

Napkins

99

680gr

Del Monte

Chewy or Dipps Granola Bars

2 $4 500ml

Kraft

99 3 100’s

Quaker

99

Corn Flakes Cereal

99 3 Selected 156-187gr

Jam

400gr

6’s

Kellogg’s

Selected Varieties & Sizes

6x710ml Goes to QF Health Fund

Mott’s

600gr

White Swan

Jumbo Paper Towels

99 3 Fruitsations Snack Cups

Jet-Puffed Marshmallows

White Swan

Plus Applicable Fees

640-775gr

Gourmet Delight Natural Fruit

99 3

9

99

All-Bran Bran Flakes, Raisin Bran or Rice Krispies Cereal

560gr

Ice Cream Novelties

5

Coffee

907-930gr

Kellogg’s

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99

Europe’s Best

Freeze Pops

1.75lt

Nestle or Christie

Ice Cream or Sherbet & Yogourt Cups

For

Club House

Club House

Picnic Pack

5

5

2$

Sauce

Melitta

Simply Juice or Lemonade

160gr or 300ml

Haagen Dazs, Nestle or Del Monte

Del Monte Real Fruit

2$

for

cials on super cool treats at QF! e p s t o h a r t Ex

12x50ml

99

3$ Olivieri

for

Juice or Yogourt Bars

99

Heinz

2

4

Deluxe or Mini Buns

220-240gr

5

333gr

99

Dempster’s

Cracker Barrel Cheese Slices

85gr

Plus Applicable Fees

Garlic Bread

Filled Pasta 300-350gr

for

99

Minute Maid

All Natural Potato Snacks

Olivieri

2$

Kraft

Shredded Natural Cheese

2

Olivieri

473ml

1.42lt

4

2

Popchips

50¢ Goes to QF Health Fund

99

Salad Dressing

Real Mayonnaise

99

6x710ml

Hidden Valley

Hellmann’s

336gr

Pepsi or 7up

Black Diamond

QF 30th Anniversary Cheese

A17

5

Dofino

Dofino

Stoned Wheat Thins

165gr

200gr

300-325gr

Havarti Slices

99 2

Havarti Cheese

99 2

Crackers

2$ for

5


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1

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59

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100

Bonus Q-Points All Fresh Deli

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2

99

5000

WINNERS

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100gr

29

Each

5

99

Natural Pastures

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8

95

Medium

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100

49

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Machine Peeled Shrimp Frozen or Previously Frozen

Medium

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100

99

113gr

895 595

Each

Spring Roll Each ..........................................

119

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49

3

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100gr

Fresh Grey Cod Fillets Weather Permitting

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49

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100

3

Fresh Instore Made

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Digby Large 10/20 Size

Scallops

Frozen or Previously Frozen

3

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69 PER

100gr

Prince Edward Island

Mussels

29 PER

100gr

99

¢

PER

100gr

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100

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99

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49

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4

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3

99

8”

99

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Heather Strack - Qualicum Beach

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946ml

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Grant was a loving brother, son and friend whose untimely death has devastated us all. He worked in the forest industry in Campbell River and had recently moved to Calgary to pursue a career. Grant was an outgoing young man who brightened anyoneâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s life in which he entered, and could make you smile in even the hardest of times. The love Grant held for his family could never be matched and he was never afraid to express it. He was truly one of a kind, and he will live on in the hearts and memories of our family and everyone else who was blessed to have known him. He will be missed by his mother Glenda LaCharite (David), father Kim Eccles, brothers Reid Eccles, Denis LaCharite, sister Amie LaCharite, Grandmothers Joan Eccles and Sonja Mohan as well as numerous aunts, uncles and cousins. A memorial service will be held in his honor Saturday, June 23, 2012 at 12 noon at Sands Funeral Chapel, 1 Newcastle Ave, Nanaimo. In lieu of ďŹ&#x201A;owers, donations may be made to Edgewood Foundation, 2121 Boxwood Rd, Nanaimo, BC, V9S 4L2.

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Warren Charles McKenzie

September 3, 1964 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; June 12, 2012 Warren passed away unexpectedly at his home on June 12, 2012. He leaves behind his loving mother Dianne, brothers Allen and Jeff of Campbell River, father Charles and daughters Erica and Melissa of the mainland. Warren lived most of his life in Campbell River. He loved ďŹ&#x201A;owers both to give and grow. He made beautiful ďŹ&#x201A;ower gardens around his motherâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s home which she cherishes. He was a very loving, caring and generous person. He has been very ill for the past few years and now has found peace with our Lord. There will be a Celebration of Warrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Life on Friday June 22 at 3 p.m. at Campbell River Vineyard Church 2215 Campbell River Road. Should friends wish, donations in Warrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s memory to AIDS Vancouver Island, 1371-C Cedar Street, Campbell River, BC V9W 2W6 would be appreciated.

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Mike Odowichuk

January 5, 1920 - June 12, 2012 Mike passed away peacefully, surrounded by family. Born ďŹ ve days into 1920, the start of a new year and a new decade, Mike was the fourth of nine children born to William and Martha at their small farm near Glendon, Alberta. Mike was predeceased by his parents, his eight siblings: Mary, Nick, Steve, Ruth, Harry, Jeannie, Agnes and John, as well as three of his children, Stephen, Patrick and David. Mike is survived by his wife Eileen and ďŹ ve children Ron Odowichuk (Judy), Julie Jackson (Gerry), Michael Odowichuk (Danielle), Jenny Sawatzky (Howard), and Connie Cross (Barrie). He is also survived by 7 grandchildren: Stefan, Margo, Corey, Gabrielle, Madeleine, Bryan and Dylan, 3 great-grandchildren: Brett, Gavin and Ashley, and sisters-in-law Julie, Flo (Trev), Rosemarie and Mary. Mike saw many changes over his 92 years, however some remained constant: his love of family and music, his wonderful sense of humour, his strong work ethic and determination are only some of the many unique qualities that endeared him to family and friends. Mike was a veteran of WW2. Before completing his service, Mike married Eileen and they spent the early years of their marriage moving throughout BC while Mike worked various construction jobs. Among those, the â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;newâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; John Hart hydro project and townsite, as well as construction of the Elk Falls Mill. In 1956, he accepted a permanent position in the carpentersâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; shop at Elk Falls where he worked until his retirement in 1985. Mike had a passion for construction and a tireless work ethic. During those years, he completed many renovation and building projects. Mike and family bought acreage north of Campbell River in 1962 and he took on the daunting task of clearing land and building a new house for the family. Mike was also known to attend or host the occasional social event where he was very popular because of his wit, violin playing and old-time dancing skills. He thoroughly enjoyed a game of cards or a watching a hockey game. After retirement, Mike enjoyed more time gardening, collecting ďŹ rewood, ďŹ shing, and being the best Grandpa ever. Mike was one of the original seniors to live in the â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;assisted livingâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; wing of the Anchor Inn while Ironwood Place was under construction. He then moved to the new Ironwood Place, and later on to the Evergreen Seniorsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Home. To all of Mikeâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s caregivers, and particularly the folks at Evergreen, we send love and appreciation. These recent months and days have been challenging for everyone involved in Dadâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s care. We are very grateful to the capable, compassionate and caring staff. We also offer heartfelt thanks to Dr. Ian Marsh, (to whom Mikeâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s large family offers apologies for occasionally exceeding the seating capacity of his small ofďŹ ces.) Dad, Mike, Grandpa, Uncle, Friend. We say goodbye for now with tears of sadness, but also of joy for a life well-lived. With eternal love and gratitude, we wish you well deserved peace. In the jokes, laughter and warmth of family gatherings, when we hear a ďŹ ddle play and feel the music we will smile and think of you. Family requests no ďŹ&#x201A;owers please; anyone wanting to do so may make a donation on Mikeâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s behalf to the Salvation Army or the charity of their choice. Dad appreciated and remembered the kindness offered to him by the Salvation Army while he was in the service. A Funeral Service will be held at Suttonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Funeral Home 502 S. Dogwood St. Campbell River, BC on Thursday, June 21, 2012 at 1:00pm Messages of condolence for the family may be left at www.suttonsfuneralhome.com

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It is with great sadness we announce the passing of Alex Matkoski. Alex was forever a kind and devoted husband, dad and grandfather. He was born in Edmonton on Sept. 18, 1930. He moved to BC when he was 16 and began working on the railway in the Queen Charlottes. In 1953, he started working in Englewood, on Northern Vancouver Island. This is where he met Arlene, his wife of 57 years. Alex and Arlene settled in Woss in 1957, where they enjoyed â&#x20AC;&#x153;camp lifeâ&#x20AC;? and raised their three children. Alex worked as an engineer on the railway for Canadian Forest Products for 42 years, where he ran numerous steam and diesel-electric locomotives. He was always a dedicated and caring employee, often cleaning, painting and maintaining his work locomotives on his own free time. His favourite loci was the steam engine known as â&#x20AC;&#x153;The 113â&#x20AC;?. He remained passionate about the railroad and trains. His knowledge of the railway was appreciated by the many people who came to ride the train. Throughout his working years he developed many friendships, which lasted a lifetime. When he retired in 1995, he and Arlene moved to Campbell River. Their retirement was spent enjoying numerous trips to Las Vegas or taking bus tours to various casinos in BC, Washington, and Nevada. He loved to gamble!! When Alex became a survivor of prostate cancer, he was active with the Prostate Awareness Group, participating in many fundraisers that supported the cause. Alex enjoyed gardening and was well known for his neatly kept yards. He was an avid Vancouver Canucks fan and rarely missed watching a game. He was an overly generous and gentle man, with a wonderful sense of humour. who loved his family and his pets. He will be greatly missed but never forgotten. He is survived by his wife Arlene, and his children Bev (Danny), Wayne (Pam), Leslie (Raymond) and his grandchildren Lindsay, Leah, Jenna, Rebecca and Kaitlyn. A special thank you to the caring staff at New Horizons, their resident dog â&#x20AC;&#x153;Yorkâ&#x20AC;?, and Dr. Gunther Klein. As per Alexâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s wishes there will be no memorial service. In lieu of Ă owers the family requests donations to www.pads.ca (PaciĂ&#x;c Assistance Dogs Society), phone 1-604-527-0556, Burnaby, BC

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CRIMINAL RECORD? Don’t let it block employment, travel, education, professional, certification, adoption property rental opportunities. For peace of mind & a free consultation call 1-800-347-2540.

For these and many more volunteer opportunities, contact: Volunteer Campbell River at 250-287-8111 Or check our website www.volunteercr.ca

HOME/BUSINESS SERVICES CLEANING SERVICES HOUSECLEANING. References, experienced, reliable. Call Katherine (250)287-7000.

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GARDENING Adams Yard/Tree Service. Hedge trimming, log splitting, lawn/garden maint. Tree pruning & removal. 250-203-5324

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HOME/BUSINESS SERVICES

MERCHANDISE FOR SALE

REAL ESTATE

RENTALS

RENTALS

RENTALS

TRANSPORTATION

HANDYPERSONS

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BUSINESSES FOR SALE

APARTMENT/CONDO

APARTMENT/CONDO

SENIOR ASSISTED LIVING

AUTO FINANCING

Not Just another Handyman! 23 yrs experience. Specializing in reroofs/repairs, bathrooms, drywall/repair, fencing/repair,framing/rot repair & dump runs. Seniors Discount. Serving C.R.-Courtenay - Sayward. RENO 250-203-3315

FREE: LAWN equipment. Call (250)926-6674.

LIVE THE Dream. Harbours End Marine, 27 year history on beautiful Salt Spring Island, BC â&#x20AC;&#x153;the best place on earth!â&#x20AC;? Owner retiring, well-established business only $129,000 email: bjg_cormorant@shaw.ca

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ST. ANDREWS Village. Large bright 1 & 2 Bedroom renovated apartments in quiet crime free building. Non smoking, near hospital. (250) 287-3556

GOLDEN GROVE Care Facility has immediate openings in beautiful home like setting for seniors. For a tour and info please call Judy or Rhona at 250-923-7049.

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PETS PETS FREE TO good home 6 year old neutered male lap cat. (250)287-7869.

MERCHANDISE FOR SALE

FUEL/FIREWOOD PaciďŹ c Energy wood insert. Professionally refurbished, high efďŹ ciency. $1000. 250287-4252 SEASONED FIREWOOD Vancouver Islandâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s largest ďŹ rewood producer offers ďŹ rewood legally obtained during forest restoration, large cords. Help restore your forest, Burndrywood.com 1-877-902-WOOD.

FURNITURE

ANTIQUES/VINTAGE Diningroom Suite. Oak. Queen Ann style table, 6 chairs. China cabinet sideboard. $2000 OBO. 250-2874252

DOWNSIZING. For sale various Items of furniture. Eg, dining table, chairs, wall unit with built-in TV and PVR, drop-down desk and two cupboards. 250-339-9260 or 250-339-3292.

ART OBJECTS

GARAGE SALES CAMPBELL RIVER- 3924 Seamist Dr (Stories Beach) Sat, June 23, 8am-3pm. Collectibles, Australian saddle, antique magle, lots more.

MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE

HOT TUB COVER

FOR SALE BY OWNER CAYCUSE Well-Maintained Recreational Property/Home 1500 sq.ft, 3 bdrm 2 bath, 5 acres, garage. A stone throw from pristine Cowichan Lake. $399,900. Furnished. Ready to move in! Call 250-478-2648 or 250-745-3387.

Courtenay 4-BDRM house w/ city & Mt. views. 45 yr. metal roof, 4 appls. sprinkler system, fruit trees, raised gardens, heatilator ďŹ replace, workshop. Avail. Immed. some terms. $359,000. (250)338-7545.

HOUSES FOR SALE

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$175.00 (250)339-0109. ROY VICKERS PRINTS. Complete set, 13 original Roy Vickers limited edition prints with certiďŹ cates. All professionally framed. All the same print number, which canâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t happen again. Series of 100 prints and all of this set are #77. Asking $33,000 for complete one of a kind 13 print set. Call 250-245-2263 (Nanaimo).

AUCTIONS AUCTION HOUSE Vancouver Island. Now taking vehicles, boats, larger items! We are moving to 1611 Hudson Rd Comox. Last auction at Puntledge location June 22nd. Auctions will change to Tuesdayâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s at 6:00 pm. www.AuctionHouseVi.com

BUILDING SUPPLIES INTERIOR DOOR - 30inch wide, Six panel right swing door with frame & lock, $60. Used cedar fencing ďŹ ve feet 11 - 1x4, 22 - 1x8, $75. 250338-9681

UNDER $100 LIVE DUCKS 4 SALE. Indian runner X, 4 mths old+ eggs, Oyster Bay. Ann, (250)9266019.

UNDER $300 DRY BOX for pick up.Excellent shape. Will ďŹ t any truck $250.00 250-286-4222 NEWER KENMORE Washer/Dryer. Large cap. H.D. All reconditioned. 3 mth war. Delivery possible.$240./set. 250-830-1676

TRAILER & 12â&#x20AC;&#x2122; boat. Boat needs work. Trailer is ďŹ ne. $350.00 Call 250-286-4222

AUCTIONS

STEEL BUILDING - Huge clearance sale! 20x24 $4,658. 25x28 $5,295. 30x40 $7,790. 32x54 $10,600. 40x58 $14,895. 47x78 $19,838. One end wall included. Pioneer Steel 1-800668-5422. www.pioneersteel.ca.

$ Buying Items of Value $ From your home, garage, yard, Estate, storage lockers, business, used & old furn, tools, ďŹ shing, coins, clocks, china, military, old watches, sterling, collectibles. CR, Courtenay, Comox, etc Free house calls. 250-204-1237

MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS 2 FENDER Telecasters (USA), one a 1962 (re-issue) and the other a (2010) both in great shape and with cases, $1200 (each). Call (250)337-1740.

REAL ESTATE APARTMENT/CONDOS SPACIOUS OCEANVIEW CONDO This private sale features: Large kitchen, 3 good size bedrooms, 2-4pc baths, Large living room & fp, 2 balconies & sunroom, 5 appl & storage. Only $219,500. Call 250-914-0936



460 Harrogate Road. 4 bdrms, + 1 bdrm bsmt suite. 2 baths, new windows, renoâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;d kitch. & bath w/ custom tile work, lg. corner lot w/ fenced bk yard. $265,000, 250-2040881 or 250-204-1212

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Thursday, June 21 Âť 6pm Bedroom furniture, dining table, China cabinet, sports gear, lawn and garden, bedroom suite, rototillers, lawnmower, new jacuzzi tub, garden netting. Rowboat, cement mixer, anchors, chain, lots of ďŹ shing tackle and rods, bubble gum dispenser business, drill press, jointer, generator, compressors, new scratch and dent light ďŹ xtures, doors, furnace, washer, dryer and so much more.

Campbell River: 601 Rebecca Place. Capecod, cul-de-sac, 3 bedrooms, family room & den. Hardwood ďŹ&#x201A;oors, new carpet, ďŹ replace, 2.5 baths, natural gas, fenced yard & shed. $299,500. Call 250-203-3792. PORT MCNEILL, 5 bdrm, 2668 sq ft, water view, carport, 12â&#x20AC;&#x2122;x16â&#x20AC;&#x2122; shop, boat shed, F/P, new roof, deck, cul-de-sac, $280,000 obo. (250)956-4547.

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Paul (250) 830-8410 visit our website www.dumacholdings.com CAMPBELL RIVER- 1 bdrm apartment. Newer building. Secure entrance, 4 appls. Close to schools, shopping, hospital. Available immed, $595/mo. Call 250-757-8171 or email: jfoulds@shaw.ca CAMPBELL RIVER, 2 bdrm. 5 appls, newly decorated. N/S, N/P. Loads of storage. Refâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Reqâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;d. Avail Now. $750/month. (250)923-5460. CAMPBELL RIVER- 2 bdrm, close to town. Quiet, secure, family owned & operated. 820 Alder Street. $650./mo. Avail July 1. Call (250)830-4056. CAMPBELL RIVER, move in incentive, newly renoâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;d 1 & 2 bdrm suites. Clean, quiet, secure bldg. Centrally located. Cable, phone, internet incl. Manager onsite (Immed). Call 250-203-8334. C.R. 1-BDRM, near Rotary Beach Park. Clean, quiet. N/P, N/S, $580/mo. 250-287-3990.

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Friendly onsite Managers 24 hr. One, two, and three bedroom Apts, 3 bdrm townhomes, 1 1/2 baths, set in a lovely quiet area next to the hospital & medical clinics. Schools two blocks away, close to all shopping & on the bus route. Ask about our bonus incentives and monthly draws. To view please call Christine at 250-286-3890 or 250-914-1049 fax 250-286-3803 Zero tolerance for any criminal activity & drugs LRG 1 bedroom with lots of storage, located in Merecroft area (Rockland House). Newly painted. F/S/D, new carpet last 3 years hot water incl. Laundry room in bldg. $725. Avail Aug 1. Call for appointment 250850-0019 or email: seabreeze408@gmail.com

HOMES WANTED

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MOBILE HOMES & PARKS MOBILE HOME - Remodeled 14ft x 68ft for sale. Must be moved. $43,000. New siding, windows, ďŹ&#x201A;ooring, electrical, cabinets etc. 250-337-8021.

RENTALS

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Campbell River MAYTAG â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;BRAVOSâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; pair. Washer & Dryer 5 mos. old $875 the pair. Sears couch, beige tomes, very clean $300. Call 250-941-1737.

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581 Dogwood Campbell River 2 Bdrm high-end condo $1000. Available now Open Kitchen with centre island 6 applâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s with built-in microwave Child and Pet Friendly References

APARTMENT/CONDO 1-BDRM, one den, 2 bath. Ocean Front. 2nd ďŹ&#x201A;oor., 87 S. Island Hwy. Avail Immediately. ONE month free rent. $1100. Call 604-892-5134 or email: renechambers@shaw.ca 2-Bdrm available immediately Orchard Park Apts. Secure building, oversize suites, large/ quiet private yard, indoor cat welcome, on-site laundry. Ref reqâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;d. Ph. 250-914-0105 to view. 2 Bdrm available July 1. Cedarbrook Apts. Heat & hot water incl. Adult oriented. Call 250-914-0105 to view.

1-877-808-7368 www.advancedpm.ca CORTES & QUADRA VIEW TERRACE Nicely renovated 2 bdrm condos are ideally located in secured entry buildings, near Hospital & other amenities; condos feature 4 appliances, laundry/storage room & patio areas; rents from $725 per month; for immediate & June 1 possession; ask about our rent incentives! PATIO HOME for rent, located in gated community on Golf course, 2 bdrms + den, 6 appl, lg garage. N/S-N/P, avail. now. $1100/mth, pet may be okay w/deposit. (250)202-5155 PORT HARDY - 7077 Highland Dr. $695 /month includes cable. Beautiful 2 bedroom condo, fully renovated. New laminate ďŹ&#x201A;oor in LR, DR, and Kit. Newer carpet in BRâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s, ceramic in Bath. Full size fridge, stove, DW and in-suite laundry. Plenty of storage and parking. Ref req. Info and photos, toll free 1.877.470.1700. Quiet Safe building. Large bright 2 bdrm suites avail. Ocean view w/ deck. In building laundry. Near Rotary Beach Park & Seawalk. Best location in town. NP $680$720. Senior Discounts. Ph 250-286- 1175 SEAVIEW MANOR, 1 & 2 BDRM Apts. Quiet, secure, includes heat & hot water onsite Manager. Call 250-2866513 or 250-204-5799.

Turnkey Ocnfrt. 1 Bed. Avail. immed.N/S,N/P, $1,100/1,250 Mo. Call Carol 250-286-1187

Under New Management BA, 1 & 2 BR spacious suites. Heat, hot water and parking included. On bus route, close to schools. $550 - $750. Move in incentives offered. Call 250-204-3342.

SHARED ACCOMMODATION SENIOR LADY NEEDS COMPANY. Would like live-in companion to share her home on Saratoga Beach. No housework involved. Need only to care for their own room & meals. Must have a happy nature. Please call Lee (250)3378857. SHARED FURNISHED accommodation. Clean & quiet home. Rockland area, close to ocean. Private entry, TV room & laundry. Refs reqâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;d. Cable, internet, utils incld. Avail now. $550./mo. (778)420-2273.

COMMERCIAL/INDUSTRIAL

SUITES, LOWER

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Auto Loans or We Will Pay You $1000

All Makes, All Models. New & Used Inventory. 1-888-229-0744 or apply at: www.greatcanadianautocredit.com Must be employed w/ $1800/mo. income w/ drivers license. DL #30526

WANT A Vehicle but stressed about your credit? Christmas in June, $500 cash back. We fund your future not your past. All credit situations accepted. 1-888-593-6095 www.creditdrivers.ca

CARS VEHICLES

2 BDRMS- Bright, spacious, 5 appls, covered prkg, own entry. Willow Pt. Close to bus. N/S. July 1. $850/mo. 250923-2445. berock@live.ca. 2 BEDROOM suite, main ďŹ&#x201A;oor, in 4-plex. 1 Block fr. Carihi; includes W/D $600/mth plus hydro 250-287-7555

FOR LEASE (C.R.) Ground Floor (993 sq/ft), turn key ofďŹ ce space. Downtown with parking. Available Now. Call 250-287-2200.

DUPLEXES/4PLEXES CAMPBELL RIVER- 2 bdrm duplex, F/S, W/D, wood stove, close to hospital & town. NS/NP. $750. (250)286-4238. CAMPBELL RIVER- 2 bdrm suite in 4-plex, near town, schools & all amens. Hwd ďŹ&#x201A;rs, new ext, fresh paint, laundry. Avail. now. $675./mo. 1-250889-9353.boarsnest@shaw.ca CAMPBELL RIVER Rivers Edge Townhomes Now Renting! â&#x20AC;˘ New 3 Bdrm, 1.5 bath home â&#x20AC;˘ Quick access to ďŹ shing, hiking and downtown. â&#x20AC;˘ Spacious Open Concept living/kitchen. â&#x20AC;˘ 5 appliances, which includes dishwasher & in suite laundry. â&#x20AC;˘ Walk in closet in Master Phone and cable connections in each bdrm. Pets negotiable. Month-to-month or leasing options available. Call 250-286-6133 for more info or come visit us at #1-1830 Doyle Road, Campbell River, BC. Open: Mon to Fri 9am to 5pm. Weekend & Holidays by appointment only.

738A BEAVERLODGE Rd, 2 bdrm basement suite, laundry facilities, carport, NP/NS, refâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s please. $750 mo. Avail immed. Call (250) 914-1195. CAMPBELL RIVER: New 2 bdrm, ocean & city views, big kitchen, D/W, laundry, yard, own driveway, close to all amens, wheelchair accessible. Nicest suite in town. $995 mo incldâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s heat. 250-465-9190. C.R. 1-BDRM level entry suite. W/D, F/S. Priv. entr. $650. inclds utils. (250)923-2219. MERECROFT AREA- Furnished bachelor suite. Avail July 1. Utils, wireless access, incld. W/D, private entry, smoke outside. Refs reqâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;d. $700. Call 250-287-9648.

TOWNHOUSES

HOMES FOR RENT

1997 Dodge Ram 1500 4X4 truck. Automatic 194 K. Extended cab. $4200. OBO 250-923-0103 2007 CUSTOM Chev HHR. Excellent condition. Loaded. White. 119,000 km, mostly hwy driven. On-Star. $11,900 ďŹ rm. 250-755-5191.

SPORTS & IMPORTS CREEKSIDE VILLAGE

TOWNHOUSES 555 ROCKLAND RD. Quality, near new 2 bedroom townhouses in a quiet area. Units have fridge, stove, dishwasher, washer, dryer and 1 1/2 bathrooms. Close to schools, playground and N.Is College. Avail. immed. $800 Avail. July 1 $775 Small pets ok Phone Lorne

MODULAR HOMES

RANCHER, 1400 sq ft, 3 bdrm + den, carport, 5 appliances Sandowne area. $1100/mth. Damage deposit. No Pets. Avail Aug 1 Call 250-926-0170

1969 VOLKSWAGEN Beetle, good running condition, auto, AM/FM/CD player, 95% body restored, red. $9800. Will trade for a camper van of equal value. (250)287-4820.

SUITES, UPPER CAMPBELL RIVER- 3 bdrms, 1300sq ft, lrg kitchen/living rm, great ocean views, lots of storage. $1200 inclusive. Lease incentives. (250)830-0503.

WILLOW POINT. freshly painted 2 bdrm Duplex, avail. immed or July 1. Freshly painted, new ďŹ&#x201A;oor, fenced backyard, garden area. N/S, N/P. $700./mo. Call (250)203-0134.

JUNE SPECIAL Brand New 16â&#x20AC;&#x2122; Wide Modular Homes. From $69,000.00 mark@eaglehomes.ca

â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;09 CHEVY COBALT LS. 26,700K. No accidents. Great gas mileage & sound. Auto., Burgundy metallic, N/S. $9,995 OBO. 250-339-4220

2003 MINI Cooper S, green with Union Jack roof. Many John Cooper Works upgrades. Low mileage. Immaculate. $13,500 OBO. 250-923-8664. Email: dhay@telus.net

MOTORCYCLES

250-203-7196 WANTED TO RENT CR-Small house/cabin/suite. Must have a shop. Or a shop with suite in it. Long term, reliable contractor. Reasonable rent. 1-250-230-3667.

TRANSPORTATION AUTO FINANCING

WILLOW POINT 3 bdrm, 1.5 bath rancher. 5 appls, fenced yard, lg storage shed, carport. N/S. Avail July 1. 1100/mth +dam dep. 250-205-0799

HARLEY DAVIDSON â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Under 1,000 miles, barely broken in 2007 1200 Sportster. Beautiful Bike, Lots of chrome, detachable windshield, plug for vest. Powerful, smooth ride. $6,950 obo 250-218-2997 RECREATIONAL VEHICLES FOR SALE

WP: Spacious, 3 bdrm w/ lrg deck, fabulous ocean view. $990. 250-923-6939

ROOMS FOR RENT Attractive, crime-free; incl utils./amenities. N/S N/P. $600/mnth. 250-287-8583.

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1982 18 1/2â&#x20AC;&#x2122; Travelaire in perfect working condition. Double axel. $3000. Please call (250)203-9122 Auto Financing 1.800.910.6402


COMMUNITY

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Take a break from the routine

PAUL RUDAN/THE MIRROR

Cookin’ Dads Ian Hay (left) and Craig Storfie were on sausage detail Sunday morning for the annual Rotary Father’s Day Breakfast. Hundreds of people came out to the Community Centre for breakfast and were entertained with live music. TRANSPORTATION

MARINE

RECREATIONAL VEHICLES FOR SALE

BOATS

Are you in need of a day off or, better yet, a weekend off ? Take a break from your usual routines and commitments, board the 9:30 ferry from Campbell River on June 23 and/or 24 and travel to Quadra Island to indulge yourself in the semi-annual Quilt and Garden Tour, this year entitled Bays, Bouquets and Bedspreads. Feel yourself unwind on the 12 minute ferry crossing and then enjoy your day viewing the variety of ten gardens. One garden was planted a hundred years ago by one of Quadra’s early pioneers. A couple of the gardens are, amazingly, just three years old. One oceanside garden is a beautiful rose garden with over 200 different bushes to smell and admire. Many of the gardens include an organic vegetable garden, at least one of which has a good sized green house so veggies can be grown all year round. There are large sprawling gardens and there are some which are not much bigger than a city lot. The three year old

Community Gardens will be open for viewing during the tour and will also host an expert who will give demonstrations on composting techniques. Some of the gardens on the tour have spectacular ocean views; others are nestled in the quiet forest or against moss covered bluffs. All of them are unique. A $12 ticket per person allows you to visit the gardens over two days from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. A map is included with your ticket and for those visitors unfamiliar with the island, the route is clearly marked with signposts to each display garden. Tickets can be purchased in Campbell River at the Campbell River Tourist Information Centre, Serendipity, and Willows Market in Willow Point. People on Quadra can purchase your ticket from Hummingbird Office Supplies or Works of H’Art in Heriot Bay. Otherwise, you can purchase your ticket on tour days from the Quadra Island Tourist Information booth beside the Credit Union.

7x9 7x9 16’ CANOE- made by Frontiersman, good condition, no oars. $475. (250)287-4820. 1985 19.5’ Fifth Wheel 4 burner stove, 3 piece bath sleeps 4, all dishes include as well as hitch. $2,750. Call (250)923-7552.

2007 29.5’ Cougar 5th Wheel. Excellent condition. 12’ slide, free standing dinette, rear club chairs, pass through storage, Polar package, aluminum construction, rear slide out bike rack. $17,000 or reasonable offer. Must sell. 250-286-0070 or cell 250-203-7646. Email: pgmoult@shaw.ca. BIGFOOT COLUMBIA River Camper. 9.5’ ft long box camper. Mint Condition, as brand new. Used only 4 times. $7500. Call 250-334-1611.

24’ GRADYWHITE Weekender. Radar radio sounder. New top. Caravan trailer with a knuckle tongue. Will take a smaller boat(18’) in trade. $25,000. 250-203-4444.

27’ MONARO (2000), Fully loaded, exc. cond., low engine hours (569), garage stored. Triple axle trailer avail. Private Sale. $97,500. Call (250)2866865

CLASS CLASS SLOP SLOP

TRUCKS & VANS 1999 RAM 1500 Quad Cab 4x4. *Must Sell*. Brand New tires, pwr steer block, front & rear brakes, rear shocks. Runs Great! 250,000 km. $5000. 250-287-8640

MARINE

30ft-PENN YAN Tunnel Drive w/ fly bridge. 2-350 inboard Merc Cruisers, hydraulic steering. Tunnel drive system. Good on fuel. No more bent props. $19,000. 250-923-3408

BOATS

FOR SALE 370 SeaRay Sedan Bridge moorage at Comox Bay Marina. $85,000. 250-338-7730 email rfd2@shaw.ca

NADbank, ComBase: Adults 18+, print and online

DO THE MATH. ADVERTISE IN THE NEWSPAPER. 1993 TROPHY BOAT. Fully equipped fishing boat. $15,500. Call Jamie at 250949-9856 or 250-902-9439. 10ft Misty River Boat extra wide, extra deep double riveted, with Trailer & 6 hp Johnson, like new. Fishing Ready. $1600. 250-923-0466

www.campbellrivermirror.com Rare 37’ Bertram Cruiser. $79,900, will consider trades. Survey, pictures,contact information go to: www.bertram37.info 250-758-7105

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open houses | CAMPBELL RIVER MIRROR | WEDNESDAY, JUNE 20, 2012

For more information on these homes - check out the HomeFinder in Friday’s Mirror 7x14 for more information!

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consequences of youth trauma. It takes them through a variety of interactive stations that illustrate the path a trauma patient follows through the hospital. “These sessions are a real eye opener for teens,” said Smit. “Often their reaction is one of shock. Some are speechless. Others say they had no idea of the consequences of such risky behavior.” About a dozen volunteers are needed to serve as supervisors, facilitators and mentors during the 2012-13 school year when up to eight half-day sessions of the P.A.R.T.Y. program will be offered at Campbell River Hospital for Grade 10 students who attend Carihi and Timberline schools. Volunteers must be over the age of 19 and submit to a

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Wet & Wild Summer Kick Off 6:30-9p.m. Strathcona Gardens ~Face painting, Jello-slide, dunk tank, ice cream & big water snake. Free admission. Ph 250.287.9234

Japanese Cultural Fair 12 p.m.-3 p.m. Spirit Square ~Featuring martial arts demos, origami, a fashion show, Japanese food, and traditional singing and drumming performances.

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Super Saturdays- Art Making 1p.m.- 3p.m. CR Art Gallery, Tyee Plaza Campbell River Art Gallery 1235 Shoppers Row ~Wax Engraving All ages welcome. Free or by donation. Drop in. Victoria’s Starlight Pops Choir presents “Country Goes POP!” 7:30p.m.- 9:30p.m. United Church, 415 Pinecrest Road ~Tix $15. Cash only Ph 250-477-9398 Huge Indoor Garage Sale 9a.m.-3p.m. Quinsam Community Centre, 761 Nursery Rd, ~Proceeds go to the Jr. LikwilDaxw United Kids Soccer Team Quadra Island Quilt and Garden Tour 10am - 4pm. Sat. & Sun. ~Tix$12 for both days at CR Tourist Bureau, Serendipity, Willows Market. Ph Joy 250-285-3300 quadrabirds@gmail.com Lacrosse-Bantam B 3:30 p.m. Strathcona Gardens ~Come cheer on the local team playing against VS Victoria-Esquimalt

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Riverfest 2012 12p.m. -9p.m. Haig Brown Heritage House, 2250 Campbell River Rd ~16 acts, 2 stages, artisan market, live music & kids zone. Ph Ellisa 250-895-9661 info.riverfest@gmail.com

Family Gym 8:30a.m.-11a.m. Discovery Passage School, 2050 Pengally Rd. ~FREE. 5 years and under. Last day. Ph 250-286-1161

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16th Annual “Transformations on the Shore” Chainsaw Carving Competition Frank James Park in Willow Point ~Carvers from all over the world transform giant cedar logs into incredible works of art over 5 days! June 27-July 2. http://crshorelinearts.ca/

Relaxation Skills 4p.m. - 5:30pm CR Hospice Society, #104 - 301 Dogwood Street ~For people living with cancer and their caregivers. Please drop in. Ph 250-286- 1121 www.crhospice.org/ CR Business & Professional Women’s Network Meeting 5:30-9p.m. Royal Coachman Carriage Rm, ~Speed Networking & Dinner. Reserve seats before Friday, June 22. Call or book online. Ph Tucker 250-204-3343 www.bpwn.org Discovery Toastmasters 12p.m. - 1p.m. Community Centre Room 1 ~Guest are welcome. Ph Marlene 250-287-3352 or 250-287-3828

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Arts & Entertainment RiverFest: New music festival on the block Send your arts and entertainment submissions to editor@campbellrivermirror.com

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50th Parallel is one of the many local acts on the bill for Riverfest which debuts this weekend at the HaigBrown House grounds.

new musical event debuts this weekend and will help Campbell River reach its potential to be the Island’s newest arts and cultural hub. With so many talented local musicians and artists, it’s no wonder why Riverites have their pick of so many family events to entertain them on any given weekend. On Sunday, The Campbell River and North Island Transition Society and River Town Productions have teamed up to bring the community RiverFest. RiverFest is located on the beautiful and historic grounds of the Haig-Brown House next to the roaring Campbell River. This

music festival will have not one, but two stages for music lovers to choose from. With 17 different musical acts filling out the day, people will be exposed to local musicians, as well as some up-and-coming acts from around Vancouver Island. Some local favourites include 50th Parallel, Cat and the B-Sides, Doug Folkins, and Jenny Hoopnosis and from the other corners of the Island, they have Alexandria Maillot, Keisja Cox, Pamela Tessmann, and newly formed BirdSong including local Kaely Cronk, and Victoria’s Ellisa Hartman and Alana Johnson. On top of all the amazing musical acts,

there will be an artisan village, a silent auction, a selection of food vendors, a masseuse, a fantastic Kid Zone, and to kick off the whole event, there will be an outdoor Zumba class led by Stereo Fitness at noon. Tickets are $10 and kids aged 10 and under are free and they ar available at The Music Plant, Stereo Fitness, and the Sundance Java Bar. RiverFest is held at 2250 Campbell River Rd at the Haig-Brown House from noon until 9 p.m. on June 24. People are encouraged to bring blankets to lounge on during the day. For more information and contest opportunities, “like” them on Facebook.

Mid-Island Battle of the Bands is back and looking for competitors Just as the school year ends and Canada Day celebrations are hoting up, young musical people in the Mid Island Communities are invited to compete in one of the best talent contests they can imagine. Posters are in all the schools and information is available on the web site at comoxvalleycanadaday.ca. This is a competition for all young band artists up to the age of 19 years. Check out facebook, labeled: Battle of the Bands 2012.

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Race Day Riders were in Campbell River Sunday for round 7 of the Vancouver Island Motocross Championship Series. The track was in great shape and the rain generally held off, so it didn’t become a muck bowl. Jackson Boates led the Campbell River contingent of riders as he placed first in Beginner MX2 and second in Beginner GP. Ryder Roth was third in the 50 cc, age 7-8 division. Michael Masters was fourth in 85cc, 7-11 division. John Krtezschmar was fourth in Junior MX2. And Austin Gregg was third in Super Mini. PAUL RUDAN/THE MIRROR

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36thANNUAL B.C. Elders GATHERING

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Campbell River Minor Softball Association

AGM & AWARDS

Sportsplex MINOR SOFTBALL CR MINOR SOFTBALL JuneCR 21, 2012 • 8:30pm Uniform and equipment returns: Saturday, July 7, 2012 » 10am-12 noon Willows Mini Storage 1840 Willow Street, Campbell River Contact Number: Rhonda Third 250-923-8831

Uniforms: Kassandra Fryer 250-830 0883

“Lets’ emót” one heart, one mind, one family. Le

Thinking about getting out for a walk in the fresh air?

Reaching back to move forward…

Power Skating • Puck Skills • Goaltending • Quality Instruction • Biblical Values

Contact: Glen 1-778-228-1283

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that won the provincial title.

On Saturday, Campbell River’s Junior B lacrosse Ravens took only 12 players on the road to face the league-leading Saanich Tigers. The Tigers struck early and often to end the first period leading 5-3. Raven’s Goals in the came from Kris Hebert, Braden Howes and Damien Marriot-Spencer. Campbell River came out firing in the second period. Howes and Marriot-Spencer notched his second while Tyson Fair and Aaron Marlow scored singles to bring the Ravens to within one after 40 minutes. Despite a short bench, and supported by an outstanding effort by Logan Down between the pipes, the Ravens stepped up the attack in the third. Fair scored twice and Marriot-Spencer scored once as they each completed a hat trick. Defensively, the Ravens held the Tigers to a single to finish the game with a 10-9 upset. Many key pieces fell into place Saturday as Campbell River earned a much-needed road win. Despite the exhaustion of having only 11 runners, the Ravens maintained discipline and took only one penalty in the third period. After 60 minutes, Campbell River had served only 18 minutes in the box compared to the 39 served by Saanich. Campbell River will finish out the regular season with home games on July 7-8.

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The 98 Island Stars came home victorious from the annual Valley Cup Spring Hockey Tournament played in Surrey earlier this month. The Stars, a select team of Vancouver Island players born in 1998, shut out the Vancouver Attack 3-0 in the championship game to win the bantam division. The Stars won five of their six games at the three-day tournament, outscoring their opponents 26-4. The team includes three players from Campbell River. There was left winger Sage Lim who notched a hat trick in the Stars’ 6-1 semifinal victory over the Vancouver Junior Giants. Centre Josh Coblenz collected 10 points during the tournament and defenceman Andy Stevens contrib-

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“Honouring our ancestors through our elders and recognizing our future through our youth”

Hosted by the Stó:lō and Tsawwassen First Nation

July 10, 11, and 12, 2012

TRADE AND EXHIBITION CENTRE 1190 Cornell Street, Abbotsford V2T 6H5 For more information visit

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Scene & Heard

| CAMPBELL RIVER MIRROR | WEDNESDAY, JUNE 20, 2012

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F E A T U R E

Photos by Mirror Staff To book your event contact Alistair Taylor 250-287-9227 or email: editor@campbellrivermirror.com

Big Bike Ride puts the fun in fundraising at Tyee Plaza

SCENE & HEARD

The Heart and Stroke Big Bike is a FUN and inspiring team building ride on a one-of-a-kind bike built for 30 that raises funds towards life saving research for the Heart and Stroke Foundation. Campbell River riders raised $7,325 Thursday and had a lot of fun in the bargain taking a spin on the Big Bike downtown after setting off from the Tyee Plaza.

PROCESS The Hub Caps from Hub International Barton Insurance Brokers signed up for a ride.

BIG BIKE

The Thrifty Foods team was all gung ho and ready to go.

Rod’s Royal Riders from Shoppers Drug Mart were dressed to thrill.

Team RBC brought enthusiasm and a big cheque to the ride.

Royal LePage/Advance Realty didn’t need the feather boas to help them to fly on the Big Bike but they looked good.

This Shoppers Drug Mart Caped Crusader was ready to conquer the streets of Campbell River with an inspiring ride.

Kayak & SUDPemo Days tand Up SSta Paddleboards

Ju June une e 23, 2 23, July JOUTDOOR uy7

The Western Buzzards from Western Forest Products were in fine pedalling form.

7x3 Come o ou out and try our selection of kayaks & SUPs! June 2 23 23rd Demo Day: All donations to Campbell River Salmon Foundation

ADDICTIONS Further Furth Furt he info: 250-286-1184 or 250-287-8122 or email christine@outdooraddictions.ca em e

1980 0 Island Highway » Cam Campbell b ll R River » 250 250-286-1184 286 118 » www.outdooraddictions.ca

Campbell River Mirror, June 20, 2012  

June 20, 2012 edition of the Campbell River Mirror

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