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Stranded swimmer hoisted off log A child trapped on a log in the Quinsam River Thursday afternoon was rescued by 442 Search and Rescue Squadron. “The river current was very strong preventing anyone from reaching the girl,” said Const. Peter Wise of the Campbell River RCMP. RCMP called in 442 Search and Rescue Squadron who were on scene within minutes, plucking the girl from a log in the middle of the river channel. The girl is a tourist from Germany and was tubing with her family. Witnesses reported the group struck the tree and were dumped into the water. The other children reached shore while the child remained trapped on the log. Luckily, the 442 Squadron Cormorant crew at CFB Comox was nearby doing readiness training. “We were on scene in 20 minutes,” said Capt. Luc Coates, aircraft commander. “We flew up the river and spotted her very easily. She was wearing a red life-jacket and there were many anglers in the area alerting us.” Once overhead, Search and Rescue Technician (SAR Tech) MCpl. Alexandre Demers was hoisted down from a height of 200 feet. “She was very calm, despite speaking only German,” said MCpl. Demers. “The Flight Engineer [Warrant Officer Phillipe Robin] did a great job of hoisting me down right next to the log. I did my best to explain what was going to happen, put the rescue collar on her and we were hoisted up quickly.” Once on board, the helicopter flew to the Campbell River Air-

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442 Squadron SAR Tech Master Cpl. Alexandre Demers prepares to hoist a stranded swimmer up to a helicopter after the girl struck the log while inner tubing on the Quinsam River.

port, where the young girl was transferred to BC Ambulance as a precaution. Lead RCMP investigator Const. Ian Gammie said, “fortunately the child was wearing a PFD.” The

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Valley RCMP track down and arrest River resident The Comox Valley RCMP took a 36-year old Campbell River man into custody using a true team approach, they said. Just before 10 a.m. on Thursday, Aug. 2, the Comox Valley’s RCMP traffic section was working in the Black Creek area when they attempted to pull over a green Ford Explorer. The driver of the

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and required evacuation from a cliff face at an altitude of 5,000 feet. The helicopter arrived in the area at approximately 4:30 p.m. “An RCMP helicopter was already in the area and they were able to tell us where the hikers were,” said Capt. Coates. “It saved us a lot of time and

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Gutting habitat protection may cost Campbell River KRISTEN DOUGLAS CAMPBELL RIVER MIRROR

Campbell River’s habitat protection office may be on the chopping block as the federal gover nment redesigns the program protecting Canada’s fisheries. The warning comes after Stephen Harper’s Conservative government announced in April it was making changes to the Fisheries Act and altering its approach to fishery laws, giving priority to vital waterways that are home to important species. Otto Langer, a retired senior Fisheries and Oceans Canada scientist and manager who blew the whistle on changes to the act, said he has learned

several habitat protection offices across the country will be shut down to accommodate what he said is the gutting of the Fisheries Act. “All habitat office locations in the Pacific region are to be closed down with the exception of Whitehorse, Prince Rupert, Kamloops, Vancouver and Nanaimo,� Lang er wrote in a news release. “That means offices such as those in Mission, Campbell River, Prince George, Nelson, Williams Lake, Smithers, Port Hardy, etc. are to be shut down.� Peter Woods, a director with local conservation organization Greenways Land Trust, said Campbell River’s only Fisheries and Oceans habitat

biologist had his last day last week. “The public has lost l o c a l p ro f e s s i o n a l knowledg e of our rivers and streams,� Woods said. “Invaluable knowledge that takes years to acquire. The closure of habitat offices and the loss of habitat biologists throughout the province...will occur all at once. It’s a concern to all of us who care about our aquatic ecosystems.� But the federal government said it hasn’t yet confirmed which habitat protection offices will be shut down. “As departmental planning to redesign the habitat program is ongoing, no final decisions about office closures have been made

at this time,� said Tom Robbins, senior communications officer for Fisheries and Oceans. “We will ensure that we have the resources and capacity needed under the new, re-designed program.� Robbins confirmed the government will reduce its offices from 63 nation-wide to just 15 and will cut 130 positions across the country, maintaining 75 per cent of the current habitat management staff across Canada. However, Robbins said he could not provide a regional breakdown as the program is still being developed. Langer said that is a major step backwards for Canada. “This puts DFO (Department of Fisheries and Oceans)

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back where it was in the early 1980s – five offices in B.C. and the same number of staff they had in about 1978,� he said. “They now have the staff they had in 1978 to deal with many giant projects such as Enbridge, gas lines, gas liquification plants, New Prosperity Gold Mine, Site C Dam on the Peace River...all projects that will now be quickly reviewed and approved by the feds.� Jim Van Tine, chair of the Haig Brown Institute in Campbell River, said the local habitat protection officer left on his own free will, and took another job with the province. Still, he said habitat staffing cuts are a concern. “I don’t see how you can download the whole habitat protection portfolio onto others in the fisheries department who already have their

own workload,� Van Tine said. “The alarming thing is about 10-15 years ago there were about 30 people on Vancouver Island looking at habitat issues. I don’t know what exactly the number is now, but it’s way down.� Van Tine also said government’s changes to the Fisheries Act are confusing. “It’s very messy, very complicated,� he said. “It’s hard to understand where they (government) want to go. It leaves you kind of baffled or bewildered.� Fisheries and Oceans Minister Keith Ashfield said in April the changes are meant to manage real threats to fisheries and minimize the restrictions on routine, everyday activities that have little to no impact on Canada’s fisheries. Ashfield pointed to cases where the rules prohibited far mers

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Mayor wants to reopen official community plan KRISTEN DOUGLAS CAMPBELL RIVER MIRROR

The mayor wants to take another look at the city’s community plan despite the fact it was approved by city council nearly six months ago. The Sustainable Official Community Plan was passed and adopted by council in February in spite of several objections from outside organizations and the community. Now Mayor Walter Jakeway said he wants to review the document, which is supposed to set the community vision for the next 50 years and guide decisions surround-

ing new buildings and projects. “I want to re-open the SOCP (Sustainable Official Community Plan) up this fall,” Jakeway said after council approved a development permit two weeks ago for Seymour Pacific that contained a clause that could be traced back to the plan. Jakeway was unimpressed with a paragraph that gave the city’s general manger of operations the authority to approve the use of certain colours and materials. Under the city’s development permit guidelines in the community plan, it states

THEY SAID IT: “I have 19 things written down that are wrong with the SOCP.”

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that because of the city’s dark and cloudy West Coast climate, a warm colour palette is encouraged over the use of cool colours. Jakeway said that’s dictating too much and there’s several things in the community plan he disagrees with. “I have 19 things written down that are wrong with the SOCP

but I approved it to get our money back, on the condition we re-look at it at a later date,” Jakeway said. “We need to go through it with a fine-toothed comb and throw some things out.” Council approved the plan at a council meeting Feb. 21. The plan had to be adopted by Feb. 28 if the city

wanted to recover $160,000 the city spent on the document, as part of a rebate program. Jakeway said at the time he had heard from people concerned about the plan but held back because of the time crunch. Council first received a draft of the 384-page plan on Jan. 10, then had to push the plan through first and second reading and then a public hearing on Feb. 8. “I’ve had complaints but I’ve held back because of time constraints and I know it’s a living document so we can always go back and change it,” Jakeway said Feb. 21. The mayor wasn’t the

only one to have reservations about the plan. The provincial Agricultural Land Commission was concerned the plan was inconsistent with the Agricultural Land Commission Act and residents, particularly in the Quinsam Heights area, were displeased with property use and land zonings in the plan. The We Wai Kai/Cape Mudge Band also took exception to the city’s SOCP. “The document seems to provide a great deal of protectionism for the downtown core of the city to the detriment of other areas, including First Nations lands,” said Brian Kelly, administrator of

the Cape Mudge Band council, before council approved the plan. Jim Abram, director for the Strathcona Re g i o n a l D i s t r i c t representing Area C (Quadra Island), said calling the city’s plan ‘sustainable’ is deceiving. “In its current form the plan is unacceptable,” he said. “The plan proposes to locate high-density sub divisions in Menzies Bay and in Jubilee Heights. These are unsustainable because of the extensive distances from Campbell River’s centre...this plan would actually increase greenhouse gas emissions.”

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City wants to improve well-used park KRISTEN DOUGLAS CAMPBELL RIVER MIRROR

Council will prepare an application for grant funding to improve Centennial Park, much to the mayor’s dismay. City staff recommended council take advantage of the federal government’s recent Community Infrastructure Improvement Fund aimed at improving existing community i n f r a s t r u c t u re. I f successful, the grant would cover 50 per cent of the project’s costs, with the city matching the funding. At the Jan. 24 council meeting, Lynn Wark, the city’s parks proj-

ect supervisor, recommended council apply for grant funding to enhance Centennial Park and Frank James Park, which hosts the annual carving competition. But Mayor Walter Jakeway did not want the city to undertake two projects now that are not scheduled until years down the road. “I wonder why we do a financial plan in the springtime when we don’t follow it,” Jakeway said. “Why bother doing a financial plan and putting in all of that effort? Why let the federal government grant throw us off our plan. What’s the point in doing a financial plan if we’re not going

to follow it.” C o u n . Ro n Ke r r agreed with Jakeway. “I don’t believe in just supporting a project because the federal gover nment comes along with a grant,” Kerr said. “I don’t think these were on our list of projects for the year. I think there are projects with way higher priority in our city, particularly in the northern end.” However, the majority of council chose to proceed with the grant application, but switched out Frank James Park with the Big Rock Boat Ramp. Coun. Larry Samson said he felt Centennial Park was a priority over Frank James,

which would be a more costly project for the city if it were to be approved. The Frank James p r o j e c t i nvo l ve s expanding parking, extension of the seawalk, an event staging area, and landscaping improvements and would cost the city $325,0000 for its share. Centennial Park, on the other hand involves upgrading the practice tennis court into a multi-sport court and replacing the playground with a natural playscape with encourages free play, sensory discovery and a connection to nature. It comes with a $225,000 price tag to cover the city’s 50 per

cent share. Coun. Andy Adams said Centennial Park is important to the community and it doesn’t take the city off track. “The park is in a low income area and is well-used by youth,” he said. “With this one, Centennial Park was in the five-year plan.” Adams also made a motion to apply for grant funding for the Big Rock Boat Ramp upgrades, for a second intake of grant applications. The city is currently in the process of revising the scope of work for the Big Rock project and putting a Request for Proposals back out.

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The city is encouraging Campbell Riverites to invest in energy efficiency upgrades for their homes so the city can reach its energy and emission targets. Using 2007 as the base year, the city is targeting a 25 per cent reduction of total community greenhouse gas emissions by 2020, a 35 per cent decrease by 2040 and by 40 per cent in 2060. The city targets a 20 per cent reduction in total community

energy use by the year 2020, a further 25 per cent by 2040 and by 30 per cent in 2060. Amber Zirnhelt, the city’s sustainability manager, said the key to reaching those targets is in promoting “energy retrofits for existing homes and buildings and encouraging the development of new energy efficient buildings.” Just 3.4 per cent of local homes had undergone energy efficiency retrofits between April 2008 and June 2011. Residents and businesses (excluding large

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industry), currently spend more than $100 million on heating and powering homes, offices, and schools and on fuel for transportation, according to Zirnhelt. Buildings are responsible for 24 per cent of the city’s greenhouse gas emissions and 51 per cent of the community’s energy use. “With energy costs increasing, promoting energy efficiency upgrades in homes and businesses will help the community to reduce energy related spending and GHG (green-

house gas) emissions,” Zirnhelt said. The city encourages homeowners to take advantage of the province’s LiveSmart BC program, which offers incentives on a range of efficiency upgrades such as insulation, windows, hot water tanks, solar hot water, air source and ground source heat pumps and other measures. The program, which r u n s u n t i l M a rch 31, 2013, includes an energy audit by a Certified Energy Advisor before and after the energy retrofit, to

show homeowners the change in energy consumption. LiveSmart BC is also available for businesses and offers companies free energy audits, with recommended steps to decrease energy consumption. Zir nhelt said city staff will continue to work with BC Hydro and Fortis BC to promote energy efficiency incentive programs. “Encouraging these energ y ef ficiency upgrades will help keep money otherwise spent on energy in the community,” she said.

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Licence probe a positive step Automatic licence plate readers are either another step closer to a Big Brother surveillance society or a needed piece of technology police can use to nab car thieves and bad drivers. Either way, it is a good decision by We say: Fair to B.C. Privacy Commissioner Elizabeth Denham to try to shed light on how ask how much licence plate readers work, what data surveillance we is collected and how it is used. endure Police use a high-tech, high-speed camera which can read thousands of plates per hour and match them against those from stolen and uninsured vehicles, and help identify people without valid licences or those who are prohibited

from driving – collectively known as “hits.” Municipal police insist they don’t amass and store gigabytes of licence plate image data. That much is true – it’s all passed on to the RCMP, which administers and oversees the program. All the data is stored on RCMP servers, hits and non-hits alike. RCMP bosses indicate the program could be expanded to help police conducting serious crimes investigations. Critics say the program has veered far outside its original mandate to efficiently find bad drivers, and is headed into mass population surveillance, or surveilling known activists. This suggestion seems like conspiracy theory, but it is a fair question to ask how much surveillance people

should be subjected to, what data is being collected and kept and how it’s being stored. Hopefully the B.C. privacy commissioner can offer suggestions to balance the tension between privacy rights and law enforcement. But that investigation likely won’t probe the most troubling aspect – the collection and storage by the RCMP of the locations and movements of innocent people going about their daily lives. The federal privacy watchdog needs to investigate what is done with this data. Police should have their tools, but civil rights shouldn’t be thrown under the bus. – Black Press

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Awesome generosity Awestruck. I finally settled on on awestruck as the closest word to describe my feelings surrounding Saturday’s fundraiser for Eli Perry. I have lived in and loved this town for over 13 years, but to be at the centre of such an outpouring of love and kindness as this was truly beyond words. Hundreds and hundreds of people came out to express their love and show their support to our family. Many came in to town on that hot day just to offer a donation. People came from Victoria, Nanaimo, Comox and Courtenay. They shared their triumphs and their tragedies as well. I want to thank every single individual who either spread the word, hit share on Facebook, came out for lunch, took a friend out to lunch, took their entire family out for lunch, or even just if you couldn’t resist the smell of the onions wafting in the breeze, thank-you for coming. So many children came to offer a gift. And we are not unmindful that in these times, many of you face great difficulties of your own. All we can say, is thank-you. The list of those who made this possible is very long, but worthy, I believe, of the space. First to Garry Ogrodnick and Superstore 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

Community plan not worth paper it’s written on

Alistair Taylor Out On A Limb

So, the mayor wants to re-open the Sustainable Official Community Plan (OCP). This would make this official community plan anything but sustainable. Oh, all you members of the public who made the effort to develop, comment on and contribute to the official community plan, thanks for wasting your time. It would be appropriate at this juncture to point out that we’re not surprised by this because the mayor has shown he’s not shy about challenging anything about the status quo. But the scenario here is that the official community plan has rarely been worth the paper it’s written on. It seemed like past practice has been that in order to get a variance to the

OCP, all you had to do was apply to council for it and you got it. Which contradicts what an OCP is about. It’s supposed to be a document by which development of the city can be conducted according to rules that we could see and follow. But I couldn’t count the number of times it seemed that variances were approved by appealing to council. What’s the point of having it then? I guess it means that it forces every proposal to be evaluated on on its own merits. But the OCP is supposed to dictate where and how things are supposed to be placed within the city. Which is what the mayor has a problem with. He has demonstrated in the past that he thinks developers should be able to put anything they want, any-

where they want and the city should be doing everything it can to allow it. So I’m in a bit of a dilemma here, I have to defend a document that has about as much sustainability as a city councillor’s hand in the air. Because at least we can stand on the moral ground that it’s supposed to dictate orderly development of the community. But this OCP was rushed through to meet a deadline so the city could get a rebate on money put into it. At the time nobody seemed to like it anyway. It’s looking like it’s been kind of a big, fat waste of time. Again. Meanwhile...I’m a huge fan of the Olympics as you may or may not know and I’m sure proud of our

athletes. I watched Black Creek’s Cam Levins matching the world’s best 10,000 metre runners stride for stride and finishing 11th. That’s a great result. There he was staying with the frontrunners who only managed to stretch their lead in the last few hundred metres. All Olympians are from some little town, village or neighbourhood somewhere but it was sure cool to see a fella from little old Black Creek running around Olympic stadium and looking like he belonged there. I also loved the Canadian women’s football team (yes, football) striking fear into the hearts of the muchvaunted U.S. team. What a great game on Monday and what a gutsy effort. Did us proud.


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There are negative effects to the forest from mountain biking Please investigate how mountain biking does damage habitat. Illegal and legal trails are created by digging up what they call gold dirt around tree routes, which eventually kills the tree. Important and valuable wetlands are built over, damaging habitat for amphibians.

T he org anic top duff layer of soil is an essential component to a healthy forest. It contains everything from the rooting network of surrounding trees to important fungal networks and hundreds of invertebrates, so important to the food chain of birds and other wildlife.

Once removed, it can be detrimental to the health of the forest. It is being removed in cubic meters. This is where salamanders and reptiles live and lay their eggs. Also, rotting nurse logs contain thousands of micro-organisms that we don;t see that are essential to a

health forest. Trail builders chainsaw right through them. Mineral soil is now exposed and is being leached out. Minerals are an essential component for trees and any plant for food. Roots need to go into the organic layer, the

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for offering to host this event and donating all of the supplies; to Betty Gillis who took the idea and ran with it full tilt to the finish line; to all our many friends at superstore who encouraged us; to Tianna Thompson for coming down and standing with us in

the heat from beginning to end; Cam Wong for coordinating everything (very stealthily); Au d re y M e s z a ro s, Cherie Samuels, Andrea Berrow, Jake Gillis, Shayla Bennet, Molly and Hannah Perry, Dianna Skory, all are truly stalwart friends. To Rob Freeland and Matt McKin-

non for picking up our slack and enduring our antics. Thank-you to the Mirror for publishing the invitation on the very front page; to Check News and CBC Vancouver for airing the story; to the Eagle 97.3 and C.R. Auction for announcing this event; Top Notch Clean-

ing; Econo U Store It; John Hammond and Conway Pauls and also to Loblaw’s who in addition to supplying our event, has pledged a corporate donation of $1,000. Thank-you to Greg Walgren for you efforts in coordinating with Loblaw’s on our behalf. Many people would like to know

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what the final total was so I saved the best for last: $7,752.07. But even as I write this, I have heard that donations are still coming to the store. On behalf of the Perry family, thankyou Campbell River. Sincerely awestruck, Jodi Perry Campbell River

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TAURUS After a stressful and very active period you will be ready for some relaxation. Spare some time to spoil yourself by going to a spa or treating yourself to some other gentle activity.

GEMINI You’ll be surrounded by lots of people this week. You might want to finish off your vacation by organizing a party for your family and friends. Summer isn’t over yet, and there is lots more fun in store for you.

CANCER You’ll be surprised to feel the pressure of the back-to-school season. Even if you don’t have school-age children, you will be responsible for an activity that brings these feelings forward for you.

LEO As you prepare to participate in some social activities, other obligations could dampen your enthusiasm. Responsibilities will have to take priority, though. Whether you’re on vacation or not, you would like to plan a mini-holiday. At the very least, you could spend the weekend driving around and discovering new places.

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Many parents who bowl take their kids with them to experience bowling. They can start at a young age and kids can register for Summer League for beginners. Free lessons from an experienced coach. Register at www. kidsbowlfree.com. Bowling is a fun sport for all family members.

A stock is a singular fund – with a specific company etc. Mutual Funds are a pool of stocks giving you greater diversification in a certain sector, such as Financials, or Resources Peter Garat by investing in multiple Certified Financial Planner companies. A portfolio fund – a version of a mutual fund – is even further diversified. Diversification can lower risk over the long term, plus portfolio funds are often re-balanced internally more often and have wider mandates. This further improves the funds overall performance. Regardless of which you invest in, risk should be based on your own personal comfort. Your Financial Planner should be able to help you determine which type of investment is best suited to your needs and risk level.

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Preventing a pond from getting green should always be the first step.... but even with the best prevention plan we can still end up with green ponds. There are products available that will get rid of your “green water” temporarily. Laguna Clear Fast is an excellent liquid product that you Sarah Kirk treat the pond with, it causes the Owner green single cell algae that is causing the problem to “clump” and therefore allow your filter to remove it. You can use this product fairly often as need necessitates. Add a Laguna UV sterilizer....it’s simple and your pond will be crystal clear! Installation is easy...you “interupt” the pond tubing that you already have, and put in a sterilizer...it’s really that simple. A couple things to consider when adding a UV sterilizer is the flow of water you have going through your tubing now. If your flow is too high, it will not work properly nor if it is too low..... there are a few guidelines to flow regarding UV sterilizers.... follow them and enjoy a beautiful crystal clear pond ALWAYS! There are sizes for every pond!

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Yes you can! There are several species of roundworms, hookworms, and tapeworms that can transmit from dogs and cats to people. Most of these worms cause very minor or no signs of illness at all in dogs and cats. Sometimes when these worms get into humans they can get confused and migrate into various organs including the eyes and liver, causing serious illness. The worms Dr. Peter Woodward all tend to pass from the pet’s fasces to people. The worm eggs in the faeces are usually very small and can’t be seen without a microscope. There are several things you can do to minimize your risk of getting worms from pets. Always make sure to wash your hands with soap and water after working outdoors, handling your pet or their faeces, and before meals. Try to train your pet to defecate in only one area and promptly remove the faeces. Cover sand-boxes when not in use, and wear gloves while gardening. In addition to these simple precautions you should perform regular fecal tests and deworming on your dogs and cats. Talk to your vet about a parasite control plan for your pet based on their risk.

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Experts’ Advice I need new flooring and window treatments, where should I go?

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If you have answered yes, you may want to consider a 4-zone Glenn Assu surveillance system from Manager McKays Electronic Experts? We are proud to offer a 500 gigabyte Digital Video Recording Surveillance system that can be viewed on any iPhone, iPad, Android Smart Phone, or PC. Imagine, being able to view 4 different rooms in your house or business 24 hours a day simply by downloading a free app to your smart phone? McKays has been serving Vancouver Island since 1983 for all of your home and mobile electronics! Come see us today, mention this ad in today’s paper, and receive a $50 Coupon towards your purchase! Monday to Saturday 10:00 am to 5:30 pm 250-287-8977 561 - 11th Ave

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What are some of the top reasons to own a Beachcomber Hot Tub?

We often get asked about the care of Laptop batteries. Here are a few hints to maximize your battery life... 1. Let your battery charge up completely when you first install it. 2. Charge your battery often, but Don Andrews & Dave Shook now and then draw it down 90% and then charge it fully. Older Ni-cad batteries should be fully discharged and charged every two weeks. 3. Your battery has a finite number of charge cycles (anywhere from 500 - 1000 for most batteries or 1.5 to 3 years) so do not expose it to high temperatures (i.e. hot car) or freezing temperatures for extended periods. Even a few hours at high temperatures can cause it to loose several charge/discharge cycles and shorten it’s life. 4. Remove the battery from your laptop if storing unused for more than two weeks. Store the battery at about 40% charge in a cool, clean, dry location. 5. Consider removing the battery when running on fixed power. However, remember that when you have removed the battery, the automatic battery charger no longer keeps the battery charged.

5. Review The Day. In this hubbub world, it often becomes hard to find time to share highlights of the day with your partner. A hot tub creates the perfect opportunity to talk. 6. Overall Pleasure. Hot tubs offer an array of benefits: improved health, ample social opportunities and the chance for Terry Collins relationship building. Owner 7. Open Up the Sinuses. When feeling a little congested, the steam rising off the hot water can help to open up nasal passages. Inhaling warm, moist air has long been a home remedy for upper respiratory problems. 8. Acquaint Kids with the Water. Many hot tub owners find it an ideal place to let youngsters become accustomed to the water and to gain an appreciation and respect for it, as long as an adult remains within an arm’s reach. Stay tuned for more reasons in the next Mirror Experts feature on September 12th, 2012.

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How do you prevent heatstroke? • Limit your outdoor activity to morning and evening hours. • Protect yourself from the sun by wearing a wide-brimmed hat and sunglasses and by putting on sunscreen of SPF15 or higher. • Drink more fluids, regardless of your activity level. Victor Choo • Don’t drink liquids that contain alcohol or large amounts of sugar – Pharmacist/Owner these actually cause you to lose more body fluid. • NEVER leave anyone in a closed, parked vehicle. • Although any one at any time can suffer from heat-related illness, some people are at greater risk than others. - Infants and young children - People aged 65 or older - People who have a mental illness - Those who are physically ill, especially with heart disease or high blood pressure. Come visit Peoples Drug Mart for more prevention tips.

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• Be aware that any car can get overheated in minutes if you do not do the necessary procedures correctly before starting the engine. • Try to develop a habit of Lyle Wolfe glancing at your temperature Owner and oil pressure gauge while diving. • Avoid driving slowly especially in first gear for a long time. • Always use the engine oil and coolant as suggested in the maintenance manual.You must know what grade of oil and type of coolant preferred in your car, and insist to use them without fail. Come in to Great Canadian Oil Change for your vehicle maintenance today!

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Spinal manipulation has been used throughout history, including the father of modern medicine, Hippocrates (460 BC – 370 BC). A Manipulative Physiotherapist is a highly Jason Kowalchuk, trained professional that uses Physiotherapist his hands to assess, diagnose, and treat restrictions in the spine. These hands on techniques help to restore normal motion, reduce pain and muscle tension, and improve function. Not all spine problems require manipulation, but may respond better to a combination of other physiotherapy techniques such as: joint mobilization, exercise, postural correction, electrical modalities, or acupuncture. If you have neck or back pain, ask a Physiotherapist if manipulation is right for you.

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If I have gifted a specific property/specific item in my Will and I become mentally incapable, can my attorney sell it? If you have gifted a specific property in your Will your attorney is required to save that Gurdeep Sidhu, CGA property so that it is given Notary Public to the intended beneficiary. However, if your assets are not sufficient to cover your personal and medical needs, then your attorney can sell that specific asset. The attorney’s actions must be made prudently and in good faith. In other words, your attorney can sell the specifically ‘Willed asset’ if it’s needed but cannot sell it with the intention to deprive a beneficially from the gift.

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Experts’ Advice I wante wanted to give som some of my old ggold jewelry to my granddaughter, grandda but she didn’t seem th that interested in it. interest What sh should I do?

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I’ve got deep grey walls and fireplace stone, how do I add colour to the room? While statement wall colours can be fun & energizing, for your living space the deep grey tones work really well.We Evelyn M can layer in colour & texture Interior Designer with the furniture & accessory selections. Large pieces have more impact then numerous small ones.Texture & material choices, while not colour will add extra visual intrigue. Look for functional items that have interesting shapes, colour, & pattern. Don’t be afraid to mix & match as a combination of styles is always more interesting.

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Is there a fun place for girls to get together, and try different looks? YES! Island Style Michele Nylander Creative Studio is a photography studio owned by Michele Nylander who is a professional make-up artist trained at John Casablancas and has over 20 years experience in film, theatre, runway, and print. The studio comes complete with a costume/prop room and can be booked for private parties. Whether you are 6 or 60, girls love to play dress up !

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What can I do with my old vacuum?

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

HEALTHY FEET – HAPPY FEET invites you to join us for a sandal making workshop. Choose your own colors. All tools and materials are provided. All you need is Carola enthusiasm. You will carry home a pair of unforgettable great summer footwear and have some fun! Session: Tuesdays 5:30 - 9:30pm Where: Campbell River To Register: Call 250-914-0728 Space is limited so hurry secure your spot! Costs and available dates upon registration!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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.

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Our Caring Spirit program allows grateful patients, family members and friends to express their gratitude to the people who were Stacey Marsh there when they needed Executive Director them most. Your gratitude for excellent care deeply touches the hearts of the people you thank and most importantly your gift also helps our hospital continue to provide the best possible care.

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You are not alone in this matter. We have found that gold jewelery (some of it quite dated) is not high on tthe list of things that a young person needs. A large number of our clients are turning that old gold or silver into cash and buying things such as, a new computer for school, new outfits for that first job or new furniture for their first apartment. Now those items are useful and seem apartme to be a bbig hit. Give us a call if we can help.

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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. Miracle Way Vacuum Systems is a recycle depot located in Campbell River. Our customers range from home owners to major companies.

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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. Pinks are here. Sockeye coming soon.

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The costs depend whether you are the Buyer or the Seller and vary from one circumstance to the next. There is however some general costs that you should be prepared for. If you are the buyer you can expect to pay Lawyer or Notary fees and expenses such as searching Jenna Nichol and investigating title and drafting REALTOR® documents. You can also expect Land Title registration fees, Property Transfer Tax, fire insurance premiums and mortgage costs. If a site survey or appraisal is required you could incur those expenses as well and if you buy a new home there is the HST. As the seller you are responsible for the Real Estate Commission + HST. You will also pay Lawyer or Notary fees and expenses and you may incur costs associated with clearing title such as discharge fees and prepayment penalties of financial encumbrances. For more answers to Real Estate Questions check out my blog @ www.jennanichol.com/blog

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RCMP looking for donors for drug abuse resistance program aimed at school kids T h re e C a m p b e l l River service clubs donated a total of $1,000 to help Campbell River RCMP teach the internationally recognized Drug Abuse Resistance Education (D.A.R.E.) program to 200 local Grade 5 children. The Royal Canadian Legion #137 donated $500; the Fraternal Order of Eagles Aerie

#307, $250 and the Ladies Auxiliary to the Fraternal Order of Eagles #3097 also pitched in $250. Staff Sgt. Anthony Choy, officer in charge of the RCMP Drug and Organized Crime Awareness Service overseeing the Campbell River D.A.R.E. program, said that over 250 police officers teach D.A.R.E. to

thousands of school children in more than 90 communities throughout B.C. “The D.A.R.E. program equips our children with the critical thinking and life skills necessary to choose a drug-free life,” Choy said. “While police officers teach the program, the cost of the student learning

materials is covered by community donations so the program can be offered free to all students. The lear ning materials cost approximately $10 per student.” Choy said D.A.R.E. BC is its main partner in the D.A.R.E. program. D.A.R.E. BC is a registered charitable organization respon-

sible for raising funds from within each community to cover the cost of the student learning materials. “We are very grateful to these local service clubs for their generous donations which covered the cost of learning materials for 100 students who took the program during the 2011-2012 school year,” he said.

T he founder of D.A.R.E. BC, retired RC M P S t a f f S g t . Chuck Doucette said next year’s DARE program starts this September and $2,000 still needs to be raised in Campbell River to cover the cost of learning materials for the 200 students who are expected to take the DARE program in the upcoming school

year. RCMP are appealing to the citizens of Campbell River to help provide the financial support needed to empower Campbell River’s school children in choosing a drug-free healthy lifestyle. Donations can be made on line by visiting the D.A.R.E. BC website, www. darebc.com

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PROGRAM: 116 Coke Metro Olympics

167 King Street East, 2nd Floor, Toronto

Plus Applicable Fees

WOW Save

12x341ml

$ 99 3 X.XX

Chapman’s

99

Minute Maid Juice or Nestea Iced Tea

Ginger Ale with Tea

Plus Applicable Fees

5

425-505gr

6’s

4$

20x355ml

$

Oatmeal Crisp Cereal

Pillsbury

for

99

99 2 Original Ice Cream

Ultra Choose-A-Size Save Paper Towels $

Napkins

275-300gr

4

99

6

3 $5

$

99

for

WOW

99 2

Dry Roasted Peanuts Peanuts Resealable Bag 600gr WOW Save

2$

Coke,Sprite or Canada Dry

WOW Save

10x355ml

Save

Planters

Planters

Water

9

12x500ml

4

99

1.75lt

Dasani

280gr

Original Roast Ground Coffee

Minute Maid Five Alive or Nestea Iced Tea

Orange Juice

Microwave Popcorn

5

6

Minute Maid

2$

Old Dutch

Arriba Tortilla Chips

Maxwell House

$

99 3

See what’s popping in London! Potato Chips

for

345-500gr

for

WOW

2$ WOW Save

3

¢

A g o l d m e d al s t ar t t o yo ur d a y!

Cheerios Cereal

Philadelphia Cream Cheese Spread

2$

99

¢

5

General Mills

Kraft

99

12x355ml

Selected, Assorted Sizes

250gr

99

for

2

Process Cheese Product, 125gr

Restaurante Tortilla Chips,Salsa or Dip

Save

99

Canada Dry Ginger Ale, Club Soda or Tonic Water

Old Dutch

200gr

$

Kraft

3

4$

Old Dutch

200gr

$

Primo

99

Potato Chips

Canadian Feta Cheese

Mayonnaise

WOW

99

Paradise Island

890ml

Kraft

380gr

3

Hellmann’s

99

Shredded Natural Cheese

375ml

99

Armstrong

Melts Slices

BBQ Sauce

600-750gr

A19

Quality Foods Sandsculpting Exhibition! Open 9-9 Daily!

Heinz

Cottage Cheese

WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 8, 2012 | CAMPBELL RIVER MIRROR |

4x311ml

2lt

3 $5 for

Plus Applicable Fees

99

¢

Plus Applicable Fees

99

¢

2$ for

Plus Applicable Fees

5


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CAMPBELL RIVER MIRROR | WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 8, 2012

The best of the best are on display for the World to Enjoy! Dairyland

Paradise Island

Cheddar or Mozzarella Cheese Average 400gr

Emma

5 Save

Extra Virgin Olive Oil

5

$

1lt

4

3

Cracker Barrel Cheese Slices

Save

220-240gr

250

2$

99

for

5

3 Kraft

Salad Dressing

Beans

250ml

540ml

for

7

Vlasic

Pickles 1lt

5

Popchips

Redenbacher’s

85gr

480-594gr

3$ for

1.75lt

for

4

2$ for

5

Plus Applicable Fees

Plus Applicable Fees

White Swan

3

For

3

2$ for

5

General Mills

100’s

5

for

ER SUMM S SPORT

4

Plus Applicable Fees

Canada Dry

3

$

3

Plus Applicable Fees

Chapman’s

2lt

Assorted Sizes

Chapman’s

Lolly Treats

2

Nature Valley or Fibre 1 Granola Bars or Betty Crocker Fruit Snacks

2 $7 for

Tetley

Infusions Tea Mix 6x30ml

Value Size, 272-552gr

3

$

99 3

3 $5 for

3

5 5

3

$

$

99 3

326gr

Plus Applicable Fees

WOW Save

Selected, Assorted Sizes

CLIENT: Coca-Cola

Toaster Strudel

99

®/MD Coca-Cola Ltd., used under license. *Plus applicable levies, taxes, deposits and fees. Single units at regular price. All product to be purchased in the same transaction.

Super Frozen Novelties

WOW Save

Kombucha Wonder Drink

Sparkling Fermented Tea

416.365.0460 mars-philter.ca

99 3

Plus Applicable Fees

START DATE:

SAFETY: .25

Claire McRae

Thomas Cullen

PROJECT MANAGER

CREATIVE

...

Gatorade

ADDITIONAL INFO

Gourmet Delight Natural Fruit

for

VERSION

Ted Boggs

MAY 14, 2012

PRODUCTION

DATE Release Date

Thirst Quencher 6x591ml

600gr

2 $4

TRIM: 4 x 6

BLEED: .125

Anna McLuhan

4

99

99 3

Plus Applicable Fees

Our Podium Picks for 2012! Jones

R.W. Knudsen

Aquel

Soda

No Sugar Added Spritzer

Sparkling Spring Water

355ml

414ml

99

JOB: May 14, 2012

ACCOUNT MANAGER

Version Best 1 Europe’s

4

99 02

ARTWORK: Ad Mat VERT

PROGRAM: 116 Coke Metro Olympics

167 King Street East, 2nd Floor, Toronto

Plus Applicable Fees

WOW Save

12x341ml

$ 99 3 X.XX

Chapman’s

99

Minute Maid Juice or Nestea Iced Tea

Ginger Ale with Tea

Plus Applicable Fees

5

425-505gr

6’s

4$

20x355ml

$

Oatmeal Crisp Cereal

Pillsbury

for

99

99 2 Original Ice Cream

Ultra Choose-A-Size Save Paper Towels $

Napkins

275-300gr

4

99

6

3 $5

$

99

for

WOW

99 2

Dry Roasted Peanuts Peanuts Resealable Bag 600gr WOW Save

2$

Coke,Sprite or Canada Dry

WOW Save

10x355ml

Save

Planters

Planters

Water

9

12x500ml

4

99

1.75lt

Dasani

280gr

Original Roast Ground Coffee

Minute Maid Five Alive or Nestea Iced Tea

Orange Juice

Microwave Popcorn

5

6

Minute Maid

2$

Old Dutch

Arriba Tortilla Chips

Maxwell House

$

99 3

See what’s popping in London! Potato Chips

for

345-500gr

for

WOW

2$ WOW Save

3

¢

A g o l d m e d al s t ar t t o yo ur d a y!

Cheerios Cereal

Philadelphia Cream Cheese Spread

2$

99

¢

5

General Mills

Kraft

99

12x355ml

Selected, Assorted Sizes

250gr

99

for

2

Process Cheese Product, 125gr

Restaurante Tortilla Chips,Salsa or Dip

Save

99

Canada Dry Ginger Ale, Club Soda or Tonic Water

Old Dutch

200gr

$

Kraft

3

4$

Old Dutch

200gr

$

Primo

99

Potato Chips

Canadian Feta Cheese

Mayonnaise

WOW

99

Paradise Island

890ml

Kraft

380gr

3

Hellmann’s

99

Shredded Natural Cheese

375ml

99

Armstrong

Melts Slices

BBQ Sauce

600-750gr

A19

Quality Foods Sandsculpting Exhibition! Open 9-9 Daily!

Heinz

Cottage Cheese

WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 8, 2012 | CAMPBELL RIVER MIRROR |

4x311ml

2lt

3 $5 for

Plus Applicable Fees

99

¢

Plus Applicable Fees

99

¢

2$ for

Plus Applicable Fees

5


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Italian Wine or Parmesano Salami

Authentic Smoked Beef

2

Large

Seven Layer Dip

PER

Lilydale

Fat Free Turkey Breast

Q 2 points 3000 Lactantia Butter Sticks 4x113gr

3000

Tre Stelle Cheese Shaker

1

2

Medium

Chow Mein

200gr

2500

49 PER gr

100

5

95

Medium

5000

Vaseline Intensive Care Lotion

Fresh Wild Coho Salmon Fillets

3500 Alcan Aluminum Foil Heavy Duty, 18x25ft

5000

Lowney Bridge Mixture 340gr

3500 Jell-O Cooked Pudding 135-170gr

Knox Gelatine 84gr

5000

1

99

Macedonian Style

PER gr

100

895

8 Piece

1

69 PER

100gr

495

Serving Suggestions

Fresh Snapper Fillets Weather Permitting

1

99

49

PER gr

100

U 10 Size

Colosssal East Coast Scallops

Frozen or Previously Frozen

3

PER

100gr

2

69

Fresh Halibut Steaks

Frozen or Previously Frozen

PER

PER

100gr

Deep Fried Prawns ..........................

White Tiger Prawns

100gr

29

1

Feta Cheese

Raw Headless 21/25 Size

49

1

PER

100gr

69 PER gr

100

Janes Frozen Boxed Fish Selected, 580-615gr

PER

100gr

8

99 Each

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1000

100

Available at Select Stores

1

295ml

Salad

Sweet & Sour Pork .................................

Visine Eye Drops Selected, 15ml

PER gr

• Artichoke Asiago Chicken Fusilli • Marinated Vegetable • Broccoli Slaw

79

Canadian Provolone

1

59

Our Own Fresh Made

Kentucky Chicken Breast

100

Belle Creme Triple Cream Brie

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

100

PER gr

Alexis de Portneuf

Traditional Irish Smoked Ham

PER gr

69

bonus

Continental

Lilydale

Oven Roasted or Sundried Tomato

10,000

1..3lt

1

or

99

100gr

Min. 600gr, Each

Sunny D Citrus Punch

Smoked Bavarian Ham

Freybe

49

Bonus Q-Points

Freybe

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WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 8, 2012 | CAMPBELL RIVER MIRROR |

Bakery Fresh

Sandsculpting Exhibits Open 9-9 Daily s d o o F y t i l Q ua

Bakery Fresh

Multigrain Bread

4

White Italian Buns

2$ for

Bakery Fresh

Cookies 12 Pack

Bakery Fresh

• White Chocolate Macadamia • Pecan Chocolate Chip • Double Chocolate

Strawberry Rhubarb Crisp

3

4

49

99

Cream Puffs ............

7

99

Olson

World Harvest Coffee

for

Bread

Selected, 675gr

Dairyland

4

2$

99

¢ PER

100gr

Organic Cream 10% M.F., 500ml

points

bonus

10,000 Dempsterʼs Bagels

Your Choice!

5

Cinnamon Raisin, 6ʼs

2$ for

The Greek Gods

5000 Olafsonʼs Pita Pockets 6ʼs

5000

Everland

Greek Style Yogurt

Natural Almonds

500gr

908gr

99 3

NEW

155-198gr

BIG

2lb Bag!!

99 7

Nuts To You

2 $5 for

99 6

Quality Fresh

Quality Fresh

Quality Fresh

Hold the Salt Mixed Nuts

Organic Apricots

Hold the Salt Pistachios

250gr

99 4

Vega Whole Food Health Optimizer 30gr

Natural Almond Butter

Cheez Puffs

99 1 99 2

5000

900gr

500gr

Roasted Deluxe Unsalted 175gr

Each e

Deli World Light Rye Bread

Mix N Match

6’s

99 7

80’s

Assorted Squares

2 Q

Country Harvest

400-454gr

Orange Pekoe Tea SAVE Bags $4

Original Cakerie

6 99

8” Angel Food Cake......................................... Melitta

Bonus Q-Points

Mini Apple or Cherry Strudel

Decadent Chocolate Cake.........

Ty Phoo

Sierra Mix

Bakery Fresh

1599 399

Triple Layer

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for

Bagels

2for$5

1

6 99

Country Harvest

8” Banana Split Cream Pie

A21

Natural Shelled, 150gr

99 4

7500 Bio X Xtreme Protein 32 Bar 76-80gr

3000 Boost Meal Replacement 6x237ml

3500 Dr. Oetker Sauce ʻn Cake 225gr

2000 Purina Cat or Kitten Chow 1.6-2kg

5000 Tri-V Dog Food 680-709gr

2000


| CAMPBELL RIVER MIRROR | WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 8, 2012

1lb

California “Berry Bowl”

3

Fresh Strawberries

2lb Clamshell

Clamshell

99

Vancouver Island Grown

Fresh Blackberries

3

each

Early Standard Potatoes

Extra Large

99 each

Extra Large

Vancouver Island Grown

BC Grown “Hot House”

Red Bell Peppers

1

4.39 per kg

1.52 per kg

69

California “Premium”

Red Flame Seedless Grapes

per lb

2lb

3.73 per kg

On The Vine Cherry Tomatoes

Floral

Floral

Floral

Floral

Floral

for

4

Floral

Or O

Floral

Floral

Floral

Spray Roses

Gerbera

“Photos for presentation purposes only” Qualicum Foods - 705 Memorial 752-9281 Port Alberni - 2943 10th Ave. 723-3397 Nanoose Bay - 2443 Collins Cr. 468-7131 Parksville - 319 E. Island Hwy. 954-2262 Campbell River - 465 Merecroft Rd. 287-2820 Powell River – 4871 Joyce Ave. (604) 485-5481

Org a

Each

6”

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99 Each

5

99 Each

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Organic Bunched Red Chard

6oz

Clamshell

for

2 3

99 per lb

Clamshell

BC Premium”

6

Organic Blueberries

3

Organic

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Organic

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1lb

Organic Raspberries

for

Organ

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6.59 per kg

California”Driscoll’s”

2$

5

for

Organic Green Seedless Grapes

2$

BC “Fresh”

Organ ic

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Gerbera

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California “Premium”

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Rose/Lily Bouquet

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Floral

69

Baby Cut Carrots

Bag

BC “Hot House”

99

2$

Washington “Green Giant”

an

1

¢

Organic

A22

99 each

7 DAYS OF SAVINGS – AUGUST

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Wanted: tough volunteers for tough invasive plant removal G r e e n w ay s L a n d Trust is continuing efforts to rehabilitate the Campbell River Estuary, with two events in August focused on removal of two of the toughest invasive plants: Yellow Flag Iris and Blackberry. Hardy volunteers are welcome for all or part of either evening: Thurs., Aug. 16 and Tues., Aug. 28 from 5-8 p.m. “ We r e c o m m e n d long sleeved shirts and pants to protect from thor ns and residue from the Iris. Shorter, cooler, evening sessions were chosen for this tough work,” says Erin Nowak, Greenways Operation Manager. “$5,000 has been awarded to Greenways from the National Everg reen-Canon

Cheryl Mailman tallies up a list of fundraisers.

Building a bridge all the way to Africa Join Cheryl Mailman at the Gourmet Burger and Beer BBQ in support of Shannon Brown’s Africa projects on Sat., Aug. 25, from 4-9 p.m. Tickets are $20.

There’s a silent auction, door prizes and more. For tickets, call (250) 202-2022, e-mail sb@ coachshannan.com or visit www.coachshannan.com

“Take Root” Program to remove these tough invasives and plant 300 trees to ensure they can’t come back.” Yellow Flag Iris needs some strong digging ar ms notes Greenways Summer Student Megan Vlooswyk who had her first encounter with invasive plants while clearing iris from Baikie Island in June. “It’s hard work, but I met some new people and felt so proud to

see how great the area looked afterwards!” she said. Sandra Milligan, Greenways director says that “nothing matches the satisfaction of clearing blackberries. Currently they grab at people as they walk down the end of Myrt Thompson Trail; it’s rewarding to have the tools to fight back. Estuaries are one of the world’s most productive ecosystems,”

says Milligan, a NIC Biolog y instructor. “The Canon Grant will allow us to replace large areas of monoculture with a much more diverse population of native plants that better supports the birds, the fish and all estuary organisms.” Nowak is “thankful” for the work of volunteers at past Greenways Broom Bashes and for the partnership and support of the City

Parks Department and Campbell River Indian Band. “These were essential components to this successful grant application,” Nowak said. Information will be coming soon on the Myrt Thompson Trail Tree Planting Event Sept. 22. For more information contact Greenways Land Trust (250) 287-3785, or Sandra Milligan (250) 2042040.

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What is a Periodontist? 3X5 A dentist specializing in diseases of the gums and other structure surrounding teeth. Dr. Irinakis is a Certified Specialist in Periodontics and one of the current leaders in comprehensive implant patient care and in implant education for dental professionals. He is the Director of graduate Perio and Implant Surgery at UBC. Also he is the Founder and Director of the exciting new Vancouver Implant Study Club, which will be committed to the advancement Dr. Tassos lrinakis of all implant related education for all levels of DDS, MSc, Dip.Perio, FRCD(C) dentists. Dr. Irinakis has been honored twice by the American Academy of Periodontology with the 2005 Educator Award for Outstanding Mentoring & Teaching in Periodontics and most recently the 2010 Educator Award for Excellence in Teaching and Mentoring in the Field of Periodontics.

DR. LATHANGUE DR.

As one of Canada’s fastest-growing and most successful drugstore chains, we know what it takes to build a satisfying career. We are seeking innovative, customer-focused people to join our team! Our Campbell River location currently has an opportunity for:

Pharmacy Assistant This position is responsible for assisting the Pharmacists and Pharmacy Manager with daily operations of the Pharmacy Department. Duties will include customer service, operation of the pharmacy computer, cashier duties, assist in the processing of prescriptions and preparation of prescriptions, involvement of ordering and receiving drug orders and management of the pharmacy inventory. Pharmacy Assistants must complete all six levels of the London Drugs Pharmacy Training and Development Program as well as complete and pass all reviews. Employees must be available to work a flexible schedule Monday through Sunday, at least 12 to 16 hours per week, day and evening shifts.

• Dr. Kevin Lathangue • Dr. Jana Lamb • Dr. Joseph Schafermeyer

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open houses 7x14

Check out the HomeFinder in Friday’s Mirror for more information!

SAT, AUG. 11 • 1-2:30 732 ORIBI DRIVE $339,000

SUN, AUG. 12 • 1-2:30 199 OREGON RD. $449,900

SAT, AUG. 11 • 1-2:15 408 WESTGATE RD. $214,900

SAT, AUG. 11•11:45-12:45 363 NILUHT RD. $259,500

Sandra Parkes

Sandra Parkes

Paul Axon

Paul Axon

250-286-3293

250-286-3293

250-286-3293

250-286-3293

OPENS SAT, AUG. 11 • 11-12 242 SOUTH MURPHY $349,900

SAT, AUG. 11•12:15-1:15 306A-650 SOUTH ISL. HWY. $179,900

SAT, AUG. 11 • 1:30-3 2460 SOUTH ISL. HWY. $319,900

SAT, AUG. 11 • 1-2 143 SOUTH MCPHEDRAN $239,900

Craig Spikman

Craig Spikman

Craig Spikman

Cholene Begin

250-286-3293

250-286-3293

THURS. & SAT. • 1-4 GLEN EAGLE SHOW HOME

250-287-2000

250-286-3293

LOTS Starting at $82,900

SAT, AUG. 11 • 2-3 2019 DALTON RD. $232,900

SAT, AUG. 11 • 11-12 810 KIT CRES. $209,900

SAT, AUG. 11•12:30-1:30 8-1120 EVERGREEN $225,500

Shelley McKay & Jenna Nichol

Jim Humphrey

Jim Humphrey

Jim Humphrey

off Old Petersen

250-287-2000

Check Realty

Check Realty

Check Realty

950 Island Hwy. 250-286-1187

950 Island Hwy. 250-286-1187

950 Island Hwy. 250-286-1187

SUN, AUG. 12 • 1-2 1985 PENFIELD RD. $247,900

SUN, AUG. 12 • 11-12 619 VICTORIA CRES. $249,900

SAT, AUG. 11 • 11-12 1-2033 VARSITY LANDING $339,500

SAT, AUG. 11 • 1-2 714 CAMELEON $379,900

SAT, AUG. 11 • 3-4 94 VERMONT $344,000

Jim Humphrey

Jim Humphrey

Chris Baikie

Chris Baikie

Chris Baikie

Check Realty

Check Realty

Check Realty

Check Realty

Check Realty

950 Island Hwy. 250-286-1187

950 Island Hwy. 250-286-1187

950 Island Hwy. 250-286-1187

950 Island Hwy. 250-286-1187

950 Island Hwy. 250-286-1187

SAT, AUG. 11•2:30-3:30 621 ALBATROSS CRES. $429,900

SAT, AUG. 11•11:30-12:30 636 NICHOL RD.

SAT, AUG. 11•11:30-12:30 2740 SOUTH ISL. HWY.

SAT, AUG. 11 • 1-2 1652 MEADOWBROOK

SAT, AUG. 11 • 1-2 3914 SEASPRAY

Harper Baikie

Dave Hallworth

Dave Hallworth

Dave Hallworth

Dave Hallworth

Check Realty 950 Island Hwy. 250-286-1187

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POST AND BEAM, full dimensions, local milled cedar, 1@14”x8”x24’ 1@12”x8”x24’ 2@8”x8”x12’ 2@8”x8”x10’ 8@4”x8”x4’ (braces) 16 rafters 2”x8”x18’ 2@6”x8”x14’ 4@Saw horses. $3,500 no tax, 250-336-8684

LEGAL SERVICES 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.

MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS

ART OBJECTS

PSYCHIC ASTROLOGER. Reveals the unknown. Unhappy? Unlucky? Unloved? Kate solves Love, Marriage, Business, Health, Depression, Anxiety, Bi-Polar, Alcoholism, Addiction problems. World renown God gifted healer reunites lovers. Free question. Call 877-426-8223.

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.

SPORTING GOODS OLD TOWN CANOE. 16 foot. Approx. ten years old. Red. Good condition. Paddles incl. $420 firm. 250.923.8439.

REAL ESTATE FOR SALE BY OWNER

PSYCHIC READER advisor tells love, marriage, business. Call USA 1 (817)498-5234.

HOME/BUSINESS SERVICES

HEALTH PRODUCTS

ELECTRICAL

SLIM DOWN For summer! Lose up to 20 lbs in just 8 weeks. Call Herbal Magic today! 1-800-854-5176

ELECTRICIAN Small jobs to new construction. B Connected Electrical. 250-204-2168. www.bzzzt.ca

ROY VICKERS PRINTS. Complete set, 13 original Roy Vickers limited edition prints with certificates. All professionally framed. All the same print number, which can’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 (Ladysmith).

HELP WANTED

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AUCTIONS

AUCTIONS

Must be available for: Full Time / Shift Work Nights / Overnights / Early Mornings / Weekends $10.25/hr plus benefits. Apply at store location. Fax (250) 286-3409 An employer you can count on.

PORT HARDY Well maintained 6-plex Great investment $385,000 Call Noreen 250-949-6319 imagine.it@cablerocket.com

WILLOW POINT. Newer 3bdrm, 2 bath + separate studio. Fenced yard & RV Parking. $269,900. (778)420-4256 or (250)202-8788.

HOUSES FOR SALE

CR-Willow Point. 3 bdrm, 2 bth(1 w/ walk in shower. 5 Maytag SST appl. Large patio, sprinkler system, fenced. Outside trim painted white. 5 yr warranty left. $269,900. 250-923-2467 PORT MCNEILL, 5 bdrm, 2668 sq ft, water view, carport, 12’x16’ shop, boat shed, F/P, new roof, deck, cul-de-sac, $280,000 obo. (250)956-4547.

HOMES WANTED

WE BUY HOUSES Damaged House? Pretty House? Moving? Divorcing? Estate Sale? We will Buy your House Quick Cash & Private. Mortgage Too High and House won’t sell? Can’t make payments? We will Lease Your House, Make your Payments and Buy it Later!

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LOTS

COURTENAY, 1182 Williams St., 4-bdrm house w/ city & Mt. views. 45 yr. metal roof, 4 appls. sprinkler system, fruit trees, raised gardens, heatilator fireplace, workshop. Avail. Immed. some terms. $369,000. (250)338-7545.

TREED .57 ACRE LOT. on Aldergrove Drive, Courtenay. 5 min. walk to Kitty Coleman Beach & camp site. Reduced by $20,000. Perfect for investment or dream home. Timber valued at $5,000. Asking $167,000 NO HST. 250331-0299 or 250-949-6184

MOBILE HOMES & PARKS

1358 Marwalk Crescent 250-287-3939 www.crauctions.ca Ltd.

“Serving Campbell River & Vancouver Island since 1967”

Thursday, Aug. 9 » 6pm Leather couches, 8' canopy, 2 fibreglass dinghies, commercial 10' cutting table, bread slicer, meat slicer, gas edger, HD drop spreader, kids quad, quality pressure washer, lifts of cedar, cedar sheds, tools, JASON collectable wildlife figurines and busts, Check out our check for full ad on our website: website, for full ad. Viewing: Wed. 9-5 www.crauctions.ca & Thurs. 9-6

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Central CR- 4 bdrms, 3 Bath close to amenities/schools. fenced back yrd, newer roof, easy landscaping. 2 Living rooms, family room & suite potential.$258,900. 250-2873775 for appts.

MOBILE HOME FOR SALE. Must be moved, it has been reduced from $29,500 to $15,000 O.B.O. Please call 250-339-5808 or 250-650-1433 for more information.

OTHER AREAS 20 ACRES- Only $99/mo. $0 Down, Owner Financing, NO CREDIT CHECKS! Near El Paso, Texas, Beautiful Mountain Views! Money Back Guarantee! Free Color Brochure. 1-800-755-8953. www.sunsetranches.com

RENTALS APARTMENT/CONDO 1 & 2 Bdrms available at the Cedarbrook Apts. Heat & hot water incld. Adult oriented. Call 250-914-0105 to view. 2-Bdrm available immediately Orchard Park Apts. Secure building, oversize suites, large/ quiet private yard, new carpet, indoor cat welcome, on-site laundry. Ref req’d. Ph. 250914-0105 to view. 2 BDRM- Lrg townhouse style apts, close to hospital, 3 schools, on site W/D. Sm pets ok. $750. (250)-202-0656. CAMPBELL RIVER- Ready for you Aug. 1st. 2 bdrm apt. Near schools, daycare, stores, churches, hospital, downtown. Insuite laundry, balcony, secure ent., N/P, $745/mo. 250757-8171 or jfoulds@shaw.ca CAMPBELL RIVER- 1 bdrm, close to town. Quiet, secure, family owned & operated. 820 Alder Street. $575./mo. Avail Sept 1. Call (250)830-4056. CAMPBELL RIVER- 2 bdrm in quiet 6-plex, near town. No dogs.$635./mo.(250)923-3635 CAMPBELL RIVER- 2 bdrm Townhouse near Rotary Beach Park. No pets, no inside smoking. Avail Sept 1. $710. Call (250)287-3990.

Call: 1-250-616-9053

Quadra-Guitar lessons for beginners of all ages. House calls ok. (250)205-1126

FOOD COUNTER ATTENDANT

FOR SALE at beautiful Saratoga Beach. $419,000. 8799 Clarkson Dr. approx 2800 sq ft 4 bdrms, 2.5 bath, sunroom, new roof, wrap around deck, 2 car garage, fish pond, garden. Call (250)337-8742.

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ART/MUSIC/DANCING

509953 BC Ltd (dba Tim Hortons) 1325 Island Hwy. or 465 Merecroft, Campbell River

CAYCUSE Well-Maintained Recreational Property/Home 1500 sq.ft, 3 bdrm 2 bath, 5 acres, garage. A stone throw from pristine Cowichan Lake. Reduced to sell $378,800. Furnished. Ready to move in! Call 250-478-2648 or 250-745-3387.

PATIO TABLE (long) with extra leaf and 6 chairs, in great condition. Cedar chest, like new. Wine rack, holds 64 bottles. Offers on all 3 items. Call (250)339-1032.

IF YOU own a home or real estate, Alpine Credits can lend you money: It’s that simple. Your credit/age/income is not an issue. 1-800-587-2161.

ASTROLOGY/PSYCHICS

FUEL/FIREWOOD

STRIKING CONTEMPORARY 2 cushion couch. Micro fibre material. cinnamon in colour. Very good condition. $250 or reasonable offer. Also, selection of woodworking power tools. Tel. 250-871-4284.

MASONRY & BRICKWORK

PARTS AND Services representatives at Jacobson Ford Salmon Arm BC. We are looking for exciting, customer friendly, dynamic individuals capable of working in a fast paced work environment. Parts and service experience an asset but not necessary, email resume to: iwantacareer@jacobsonford.com

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3-Bdrm Trailer for sale in Woodburn Park. Shop, All appl near new, 10x20 shed, Fully fenced, Avail. ASAP. $330/mth pad fee. Asking $34,900 (or part trade for Mustang Convertible!) 250-923-6366 or 250-287-0418

BUYING - RENTING- SELLING

CAMPBELL RIVER (near Hospital/ocean) huge 1 bdrm, laundry, F/P, $775 inclds all utils. Sept. 1. (250)287-6635.

DISCOVERY VILLAGE 104 283-1st. Ave Campbell River

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

OCEANVIEW CONDO

Large 3 bedrooms 2 baths Available Sept. 1 Rent $1175 OR RENT TO OWN Campbell River CALL 250-914-0936

1-877-808-7368 www.advancedpm.ca PARKSIDE PLACE 2 bdrm, 5 appl, ground level condo with open living space & patio area; near amenities & College; immediate possession; $700/month CORTES & QUADRA VIEW 1 & 2 bdrm renovated condos ideally located near Hospital & other amenities; feature 4 appl, laundry/storage room & patio areas; secured entry buildings; rents from $600/month; immediate possession.


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TOWNHOUSES

MOTORCYCLES

SPORT UTILITY VEHICLES

BOATS

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.

WILLOW POINT- 3bdrm, 2 full bath on cul-de-sac, 5 appls, gas f/p. Fenced, small pet ok. N/S. Loft above is occupied. $950/mo. Avail Sept 1. Call (250)203-2221.

HOMES FOR RENT 3-BDRM RANCHER. Ocean Grove/Willow Point. Avail. Sept. 1. $1200./mo. N/S. Pet? Ref’s req’d. (250)710-1822. BLACK CREEK- 1 bdrm house. Sept. 1, N/S. Laundry facilities incld. Lrg fenced yard. $675/mo + dd. (250)337-8360. CR-2937 YORK Rd. 2 bdrms. Heat/ Woodstove, Natural Gas/Electric. $850/mnth. Avail. Sept 15. 250-923-8677 LARGE 4+ bdrms, 3 bath ocean view home on ½ acre near Painters Lodge. 5 appls, gas furnace, N/S. Refs req’d. $1400/mo. Call 250.287.2095 or 250.963.7677. discoverydrive@live.ca

ANTIQUE/CLASSICS

SHARED ACCOMMODATION 1 bdrm, own bthrm, fully furn’d in quiet 3 female home. Hydro, TV, laundry, internet, fridge, microwave incl. Share kitchen for cooking. N/S N/P. $425/mo. 250-286-3888.

1956 CONSUL MKI Estate Wagon, ONE OF APPROX 15 IN THE WORLD. Body, paint and motor all done. Lots of new parts. The car needs assembly. Will Trade for British and Cash. MUST SELL. No Time. Have all receipts. Call 250-490-4150 (Penticton, BC).

MARINE

1993 WILDERNESS 18 1/2’ 5th wheel, good condition with/without 2000 GMC, low mileage. offers (250) 334-4043

2 bdrms. Furnished or unfurn. Level entry. Hydro, W/D, newer appl. Excel. Cond. NS, NP. Refs Requ’rd. (250)286-3888

NEAR MUSEUM (C.R.). Large 1-bdrm suite, W/D. $800 mo. incls internet, cable, hydro. Avail immed. (250)287-9704.

TOWNHOUSES 360 LEISHMAN 2 bdrm w/loft reno’d, clean, 2 baths, laundry, Avail Sept. 1st. or sooner, $750. Call 250-204-2977.

Auto Financing 1.800.910.6402

DreamCatcher Auto Loans “0” Down, Bankruptcy OK Cash Back ! 15 min Approvals

APARTMENT/CONDO

Apartments For Rent

1979 BAYLINER. 27ft x8ft w/ less than 500hrs on new eng. $ elec’s. Elec. tilt 9.9 kicker. Elec. start & tilt. Moorage paid til next May. Reduced to $8500 for quick sale. For a ride call Ed 250-287-4009.

Becoming a Mirror newspaper carrier is an excellent opportunity to teach children the life skills for success. Currently we are hiring in your area and we are looking for young people to help us deliver the newspaper. If anyone in your family is interested in being a Mirror paper carrier, call Shelley:

22’ 2007-Wildwood LE RV Immaculate inside and out. Garage kept. Trailer is wired for cable, has bthrm, oven, furnace, lg fridge/freezer. CD player, hot water tank. $11,500 OBO. 250-830-0462.

250-287-9227 Ext ext2207 237 27’ MONARO (2000), Fully loaded, exc. cond., low engine hours (569), garage stored. Triple axle trailer avail. Private Sale. $89,500. Call (250)2866865

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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

SPORT UTILITY VEHICLES 2000 LINCOLN Navigator. 117,000km. Fully loaded. $8,000 OBO. 250-923-9896

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. $15,000. 250-923-3408 COMMERCIAL C Licence 28.5’ Fiberglass boat 6cyl Volvo diesel. 280 leg,Hyd. trap puller, 2 spool gurdies, deck pump, anchor winch, RD 80 Radar Dickson s/s ALM stove, $7500.00 1-250-935-6594

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1737 sq.ft rancher will This NEW Willow Point unique exterior to the impress you from the floors. The huge warm glow of the hardwood features a gas room open concept great kitchen with island and fireplace, a Shaker style the nature trail/green beautiful windows facing All three bedrooms space behind the property.the layout enhances and are large sized rooms There’s lots of storage privacy for each of them. 23’ deep garage and with a 4’6” crawl space, end, high efficiency heat RV parking and a high tour Terri for your personal pump. Call Ted and net HST to qualified today. $372,500 includes buyer.

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Kerry Fraser was always known as one of the best referees in the National Hockey League, retired from reffing the big boys, but he was better known for Fraser was in Campbell River his immaculate coiffure. Now on Monday night to officiate the local Law Enforcement club. The charity hockey match between undermanned Law Enforcement the NHL Oldtimers and the team weren’t much of a match tier and Glenn Anderson. Even for the Oldtimers which included a couple lopsided trades didn’t Hall of Famers Bryan Trothelp the Cops who fell 17-12...or something like that. See more photos on Page A31.

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Research has shown that living with pets is good for your health! Pets help lower blood pressure, lessen anxiety and they boost our immunity. Campbell River SPCA 250-286-6131

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2006 MALIBU Tyee 172. Great fishing boat, new g.p.s radio and down riggers. $20,000. o.b.o. 250-286-9937

2 bedrooms 1 bathroom Utilities included. Located close to town all levels of schools, ocean views. 2 bedrooms 1 bathroom Apt backs onto school playground, close to town and all levels of schools.

NOTICE is hereby given that Creditors and others having claims against the Estate of John Gregory Mitchell also known as John G. Mitchell and John Mitchell, deceased, who died on April 23, 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 10th day of September 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.

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2007 CUSTOM Chev HHR. Excellent condition. Loaded. White. 119,000 km, mostly hwy driven. On-Star. $11,900 firm. 250-755-5191.

LEGALS

2007 MALLARD travel trailer. 20ft. Frnt kitch, slide out. Fully loaded. Sleeps 6. Like new. $13,500. (250)923-9422

CARS

1998 FORD MUSTANG. Silver 3.6 litre V-6. 129,000km. $3500. Phone 250-923-4537 or 250-287-6778

LEGALS

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3-BDRM, 1.5 baths. Creekside area, close to Sports Plex. 6 appl’s, Pets negotiable $950/mo. negotiable with signed lease. (250)287-9226.

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2002 Dodge Caravan. $2000 obo. Rear dual sliding doors. Bench seat in back, middle bucket seats...seats 7. Tinted windows. Good shape inside & out. CD player. Power windows & locks. Keyless entry. Call 250-203-7437

1993 VW Westfalia, standard. 280,000 km, garage-kept. Well-maintained. A/C. Ready to travel. Asking $19,500. (250)923-4769.

1 BEDRM SUITE, large liv rm, fully furnished, laminate floors, including hydro, internet,washer. Close to all amenities,bus stop. N/S,N/P. ref. req’d. Avail Aug. 1st. $650/mth. 250-850-0997 or email: mtpcabanayan@yahoo.ca

CR Ocean view studio near downtown. $625. Avail Sept. 1. Top floor 1 brdrm. On dead end street near bus. $625 Utils. incl. Avail Sept 27. 250286-6404 or 250-205-0385

1992 TERRY 27FT CAMPER. New fridge, new carpets. Good Condition. $4,500. Please call 250-339-0827 or 250-218-8113

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2011 MAZDA-TRIBUTE 36,000km. Warranty and serviced to date. $24,999. Call 250-287-2009.

1988 GMC Sierra w/canopy. 93,000 miles. 1- owner. USA built, Good engine $2000. 250-334-9650

3-BEDROOM TOWNHOUSE, Campbell River, Robron Rd. Garage, patio, mountain view, Close to schools, shopping & recreation. Available Sept. 1st. $1050./mo. Please call 250830-0188.

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1982 18 1/2’ Travelaire in perfect working condition. Double axel. $3000. Please call (250)203-9122

LEASE: 850/1658 sqft, 220 Dogwood Plaza. Retail/Office, reasonable. (250)286-6865.

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.

EVINRUDE 8HP OUTBOARD MOTOR Never been in salt water, very little HRS. Excellent condition $700 O.B.O 250-336-2022

2009 ACADIA SLT, AWD, seats 7, loaded. 60,500km. $30,000. 250-923-7203

TRUCKS & VANS

2 BDRMS- near all amen, new paint, W/D. $695. 1-250889-9353.boarsnest@shaw.ca

CAMPBELL RIVER Rivers Edge Townhomes Now Renting! • New 3 Bdrm, 1.5 bath home • Quick access to fishing, hiking and downtown. • Spacious Open Concept living/kitchen. • 5 appliances, which includes dishwasher & in suite laundry. • 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.

TRANSPORTATION

RECREATIONAL VEHICLES FOR SALE

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3BDRM CAMPBELL River. Carport, 1.5 bath, hardwood flrs, $815./mo. Avail. Sept. 1st. (250)204-2797, (250)337-5960

250-203-7196

WILLOW POINT, 3 bdrm Rancher 10 mins from the sea walk, 2 bath, 5 appls. N/S, pet neg, avail Sept. 1. $1100 mo. Call 250-923-8147.

DUPLEXES/4PLEXES

2 BED duplex, 1 1/2 baths, 4 appliances, N/S, N/P, close to town, references, $775/mth. Call 250-830-8502.

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

2002-FORD EXPLORER XLS. Runs excellent. 157,000 kms. Reduced to sell $4,999 OBO. 250-287-2009.

250-287-7763 Turnkey Ocnfrt. 1 Bed. Avail. immed.N/S,N/P, $1,100/1,250 Mo. Call Carol 250-286-1187

CREEKSIDE VILLAGE

2000 Harley Davidson Heritage Classic, 39,000 km, Mikuni carb, Screaming Eagle exhaust, Mustang seat, S&S 510 gear drive cams, always kept in a heated garage, like new. $10,850. Call 250-830-3609

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Water and City views. Newly updated 2 bdrm corner suite & 3 bdrm, with large balcony & beautiful views. Walk to shopping and all amenities. Heat, parking & storage incl with onsite laundry. Contact resident manager

EXECUTIVE OCEAN VIEW HOME – CAMPBELL RIVER AVAILABLE NOW! 586 ASH STREET 4 bdrm executive residence with 180 degree view of Discovery Passage & the coast mountains. $1500/mo. Call (250)716-1764. References Required.

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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

ESTATE SALE. 2012 9.8 HP Nissan electric start motor. Comes with gas can, extra plugs, tools, pull rope and manual. Fresh out of the box, never used. Originally paid $3100. Offers. (250)339-0692. Leave a message.

CAMPBELL RIVER- 3 Bdrm townhouse, newly reno’d, near school & bus route. Pets possible. Avail Now. $800 mo. Crime free building. Call (250)286-1891.

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RBC bank gets to the heart of the matter The First Open Heart Society of British Columbia and the RBC Foundation have partnered to purchase an electrocardiography machine (ECG) for the Campbell River Hospital Intensive Care Unit. “Electrocardiography (ECG) is used to measure the rate and regularity of heartbeats, as well as the size and position of the chambers, the presence of any damage to the heart, and the effects of drugs or devices used to regulate the heart,” said Dr. Jennifer Grace. “In the ICU setting, h av i n g i m m e d i at e

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Ultrasound for the Emergency Department of Campbell River Hospital. “We would like to thank First Open Heart Society of BC and the RBC Foundation for the ongoing support of the Hospital Foundation,” said Stacey Marsh, executive director of the hospital foundatio. “Their generosity in supporting our Campbell River Hospital and health care for the North Island makes a positive difference for all of us.”

Managing Your Money When your future collides with their future – 4x10 the college years retirement years meet There was a time when marrying young and having children right away was the norm. But as North American life became increasingly frantic and expensive, more and more couples chose to delay marriage and children. If you’re among these ‘mature’ parents you could be opening the door to your retirement years while your offspring are still in the nest and aiming at a university or college education. Chances are you’ve already made progress accumulating savings and setting some aside for retirement. But you still need a plan to pay for that increasingly costly postsecondary education – and you should begin right away. Here a few tips to get you started.

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Heading to Royal Winnipeg Ballet Two local dancers are going to be spending two weeks at the Royal Winnipeg Ballet Summer Intensive this month. Melinda Coetzee and Bea Bellosillo dance on the Performance Team at Urban Dance Connection. They have both been dreaming of dancing in the studios of the Royal Winnipeg for the past few years. This summer their wishes are coming true. The parent committee, directors, dancers and parents put a huge effort into fundraising this season, and their hard work has helped to send these two beautiful dancers on this amazing adventure. The dancers will do an intensive two-week training in many different dance styles and will also have an opportunity to see the sights of Winnipeg.

Multiple Listing Servic (MLS) sales summary data released by the Vancouver Island Real Estate Board (VIREB) shows housing sales activity across Vancouver Island increased a full 14 per cent last month as compared to a year ago, while average sale prices edged downward three per cent. Across VIREB’s coverage area in July average sales prices dipped slightly when compared to July 2011, but the dollar value of home sales rose 11 per cent compared to a year earlier. The average sales price of a single family home sold within the VIREB region in July was $334,530 down minimally from the July 2011 average price of $344,655. The number of unit sales (on a year to year basis) increased 14 per cent. In July 2011 338 single family homes were sold, in comparison 385 unit sales were recorded in July 2012. The number of homes listed last month dipped incrementally by one per cent as compared to June 2011. “This is a much more positive sign, and a strong indicator of increased consumer

confidence,” explained VIREB President Guy Bezeau. “These numbers are part of an overall collaborative effect – terrific interest rates, a phenomenal and varied inventory of homes to choose from and finally good weather last month that encouraged people to get out and see what’s available. I think people had been sitting on the fence for a long time and last month they realized that the time is now.” As of the end of July 2012 there were 3,317 single family homes available on the MLS within VIREB’s coverage area, up approximately three per cent from the 3,236 homes in the system at the end of July 2011. In July there were 777 homes listed on the MLS system, down one per cent from the 781 homes listed during July 2011 “The market has definitely been doing very well,” said VIREB Past President Jim Stewart. “There has been a lot of activity in the marketplace right across the Island. With all of the positive factors that have come into play this is clearly the right time to get

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SAT. AUG. 11 Puppet Theatre at the Museum 10:30-11 & 1:30-2 ~Fun for all ages! $2 per person; 3 yrs. and under free.

SUN. AUG. 12 Salmon Festival & Logger Sports Day 3 10a.m. - 10p.m. Nunns Creek Park Discovery Pier and Pier Street Farmer’s Market Double Birthday 10a.m.-2:00p.m. kid’s fishing derby, commemorative shopping bags, a raffle, cake cutting ceremony and free, live entertainment Paws for a Cause Fish and Chip Fundraiser Dick’s Fish and Chips 30% of proceeds go to towards the Scotiabank/ BC SPCA 2012 Paws for a Cause . Dogs welcome! Live music and prizes too! Historic Boat Tour ~ Hardwicke & Yorke Islands 2-7p.m. ~Learn local history while cruising the water. Cost is $150 plus tax. For more information or reservations please call the Museum at 250-287-3103.

MON. AUG. 13 Digital Video Camp for 2D and 3D Animation 9:30a.m. - 3:00p.m. Use 2D and 3D technology to create your own story. Bring a lunch. $40 For ages 8 -13. Registration: CR Arts Council (250) 923-0213 or admin@crarts.ca Open Mic 6:30 - 9p.m. Serious Coffee Ph 250-923-1312 Pool & Darts All day Eagles Lounge ~Free. 19+. Ph 250-287-4990 Lego Day at the Museum 1:00-2:30p.m. Exercise your imagination. and build whatever you mind can think of. $5. Parents are welcome to join. Call the Museum at 250-287-3103 to register. ACOA ( Adult Children of Alcoholics) 1040 Shoppers Row (upstairs from HSBC) 7:00.-9p.m. 250-287-8253, 250-923-9197. All welcome. Newcomers Welcome.

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Levins runs with the pack in 10,000 metre final in London Black Creek’s Cam Levins runs with the in-crowd. The in-crowd in this case, of course, is the world’s best 10,000 metre runners who hang out at the Olympics in London. Levins ran a 27:40.68 in the 10,000 metre final on Saturday to finish 11th. Levins stayed with the lead pack throughout the whole race which was won by Great Britain’s Mo Farah in a time of 27:30.42. Silver went to the United States’ Galen Rupp and bronze went to Tariku Bekele of Ethiopia. It was only in the last lap that the eventual winners stretched out the field at all but Levins was in the top group in this large field of racers. Levins said he didn’t have the final kick to take himself up to the front of the pack – this time. Levins is the NCAA champion in the 10,000 metre and runs for Southern Utah University. He received great support from his hometown Black Creek and from his university town, Cedar City. “I want to say thanks for all the support,” Levins told the Salt Lake City Deseret News of his fans in Black Creek and Cedar City. “Thanks for watching back home, and hopefully I can do better for you guys next time.” The next time for Levins will be the 5,000 metre race which will be held Saturday at approximately 11:30 a.m. PST.

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Black Creek’s Cam Levins competes in the 10,000 metre race in the London Olympics Saturday.

Hornets, roadrunners and dwarves on the race card The Crash to Pass, Hornets, Roadrunners, Dwarf cars and the Figure 8 cars were all on the racing card for Saturday and Sunday. Saturday night saw season high car counts in the Hornets, Dwarfs and Roadrunner divisions. Twenty-seven Hornet cars took to the track on Saturday. Jeremy Stormo had a great race in the 20-lap B main event, leading all but six6 laps to take his fifth main event win of the year. Daryn Cahill started third in the A main event, giving him an advantage over the field, taking the lead on lap 1 and never looking back from there. Kyle Fallowfield had his best finish of the year, finishing second with third going to Daryl Cahill. A season high 13 Dwarf cars qualified on Saturday. #11 Mike Meeres had his car hooked up on Saturday, setting fast time in qualifying and dominating the 30-lap main event, taking the lead on lap 4 and never looking back from there, extending his points lead over Ike Armitage, who was not racing this weekend. Brian Lee finished second, with third going to Mike Schott.

The Figure 8’s were up to eight cars on Saturday. Andrew Buchanan won both races in the Figure 8 class, dominating the field. Jeff May led every lap on the 20-lap Crash to Pass main event, taking over the points lead. Ted Dimitrov dominated the Roadrunner class, winning the heat and the main event, inching himself closer to the points lead. Sunday night featured one of the best monster truck shows at Saratoga Speedway, and our second roll over of the year. The Hornet cars had an amazing 40 lap feature main event. Daryn Cahill and Daryn Cahill duelled it out for first and second place in the A main. Daryn finished the race in first but was disqualified after the race, due to over aggressive driving, giving the win to Daryl. Skyler Carlson who was racing in only his second race at Saratoga Speedway got into an altercation with Daryn Cahill on the last lap, causing him to hit the Monster truck jump on an awkward angle, rolling himself over. Justin Beaulieu, who was filling in for Nick Leavitt in the Roadrun-

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Welcome to the

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As logging is Campbell River’s heritage and prime industry, in 1975 the Salmon Festival introduced a Loggers Sports demonstration as part of the celebration and in 1984 it became a sanctioned competition of the Canadian Logger Sports Association (CANLOG)! This first formal competition consisted of 1 Canadian Championship, 15

events and $5,000 in prizes. Popularity and support for the event began to grow each year and in 2004, with a prize package of $25,000, the Salmon Festival’s Logging Sports event hosted it’s first World Championship. In 2005, it hosted 2 World and 7 Canadian Championships, 31 other events and over $30,000 in prizes ranking it No. 1 in Canada. Today this competition is still

ranked No. 1 in Canada and is ranked No. 4 in North America and for the 5th time it is being filmed for TSN. Although an impressive record, the World Class Competition would not exist without the support of the city, sponsors and spectators. Thank you for making it possible.

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Logging Sports Historically logging has been the prime resource based industry for the coastal areas of British Columbia. From the days of hand logging, bulls, horses and steam machinery to today’s use of grapple yarders, self-loaders, and helicopters the industry has seen many changes. Throughout these changes the one thing that has remained constant has been the loggers getting together to show off their skills in friendly competitions. Today, nearly every major logging community has a form of these competitions, which have become to be known as “Loggers Sports“ and Campbell River is no exception. Since Campbell River is the major center for the logging industry on Northern hern Vancouver Island as well as the many coastal al islands and inlets, it is only natural that Logging ing Sport Competitions became a major event in n the community. Logging Sports are not just competitions amongst ongst the loggers but they also depict the heritage of the North Island by incorporating entertaining events vents that show both past and present logging practices. ctices. Events such as axe throwing, tree climbing, spring board chops, log rolling, hand bucking and high igh speed power saw cutting never cease to amaze aze the crowds at these competitions. Logging Sports has become so popular in Campbell ampbell River that TSN Television network aired our 2000, 2006, 2007 & 2011 Logger Sports as well as s A- Channel, CHCT TV, and Shaw TV routinely ly cover our Logger Sports on their news and sports ports broadcasts.

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Championships and 7 Canadian Championships along with 30+ other Open, Intermediate, Novice, ladies, Youth, and Teen events. International and local loggers will be competing for part of the $30,000 prize package at this World Class Loggers Sports Competition. This year’s competition has once again been selected to be filmed by TSN and will be aired on their 2011 & 2012 Lumberjack Series. For 7 consecutive years the Campbell River show has been the largest Logging Sports Competition in Canada and is currently ranked 4th in North America.

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Providing a Sense of Community Spirit Who are we and What do we do? The Campbell River Salmon Festival is a registered provincial society and a federal charity whose constitutional mandates are: • to hold civic celebrations, community celebrations, and the annual Salmon Festival for the citizens of Campbell River and surrounding area. • to encourage healthy community living by providing a public multipurpose facility (Nunns Creek Park) for the benefit of the public. In order to meet these constitutional requirements, the Salmon Festival over the last 40 years has provided or joint ventured with other community organizations, governments, businesses and a host of volunteers to provide the following community celebrations and projects. Canada Day Celebrations featuring fireworks, entertainment, a 4 ft. X 16 ft. birthday cake, children’s and senior’s events, and the P.N.E. Youth Talent Search. Salmon Fest Celebrations featuring world class logger sports and competitions, outdoor stage entertainment, annual parades, children’s and senior’s events, arts & crafts, homeshow, community corner, food fair, and miscellaneous competitions. New Year’s Eve celebration providing a non-alcoholic party for the whole family including skating, swimming, entertainment, and games for all ages. Developing Nunns Creek Park through a License of Occupation with the City as well as joint ventures with other community groups Construction of the Totem Pavilion (Long House) on the Foreshore Park. Acquisition of authentic native artifacts that are on display at the Campbell River Museum. Assisting other community organizations and businesses by providing expertise, manpower or equipment for their celebration or function.

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CAMPBELL RIVER SALMON FESTIVAL 44 YEARS to receive ccertification by CANLOG CANLO (Canadian Logging Sp Sports Association) Associatio and the 1st Annual sanctioned Logging Sp Sports was held at Nu Nunns Creek park. The L Lunch Bunch Boogie Do Down the Campbell R River (the Raft Race) was also moved to this weekend. t Mascot Co Coho the bear was introduced. introd

Somewhere around the late fifties and early sixties, for one reason or another, Campbell River’s major celebrations, May Day, Canada Day and Labour Day, disappeared. Gone were the parades, fireworks, logging sports, ball games, kids sports and a multitude of other events. Over the next few years some smaller events, organized by individual groups, occurred during the spring and summer, but there was still no major celebration. In 1967 the Campbell River Canoe Club, reminiscing about the good old days, decided that Campbell River needed eeded a festival. Being the Canoe Club and that canoeing events would be a major part of the activities, the name Waterr Festival was appropriate. The July 1st date was selected since it was traditionally sunny. 1968 First annual Water Festival held at McIvor lake. 1970 Festival moves to downtown Campbell River and the name Campbell River Salmon Festival was adopted. 1972 The Festival obtained a L.I.P. grant and with community donations and volunteers constructed the Totem Pavilion on the Foreshore Park. 1973 Festival obtains a 2nd L.I.P. grant and commissions local native groups to produce authentic native artifacts which were given to the local museum. The Cod Jiggers Stomp was the first cabaret held in the new Arena and the tickets were $3.00 each. Festival budget topped $22,000.00 Chamber of Commerce introduced the World Champion Oyster Eating Contest. 1974 A major sanctioned bicycle race through downtown was added to the program, but after six years it was discontinued as the smaller communities could not attract professional riders 1975 The Festival considered moving to Nunns Creek Park because of the larger grounds, but strong objections by the Downtown Merchants and public convinced the Festival to remain on the Foreshore Park. Campbell River is the Logging Centre for Northern Vancouver Island and Coastal Inlets and until the late 50’s had an annual Logging Sports event on Labour Day. As logging is the community’s heritage, Salmon Festival introduced a Loggers Sports demonstration as part of the celebration. 1976 Festival constructs 20 foot spring salmon parade float and tours B.C. and Washington State. 1978 Oyster Eating Contest contestants vied for a place in the Guinness Book of Records. 74 year old 115 lb. Hilda Dennis consumed 1724 grams of raw oysters in one hour to win the contest and a place in the Guinness Book of Records. 1979 Hilda Dennis retains her world champion oyster eating title by downing 1798 grams of the slippery morsels. Cod Jiggers Stomp is so popular that tickets are limited to 6 per person to try and stop the severe scalping. Mining Sports demonstration added to Festival’s events. Rainy days start to plague the July 1st weekend, maybe the Water Festival was a more appropriate name. Festival donates to C.R. Figure Skating for sound equipment at Strathcona Gardens Arena. Festival donates to Lions Club to furnish a room at Yucalta Lodge Seniors Complex. Salmon Festival introduces the Miss Salmon Festival Pageant which is won by Yvonne Pellitier. Rotary exchange student off to New Zealand for a year and festival donates several dozen T-Shirts to give to her new friends down under. 1980 Although popular, the Oyster Eating Contest is dropped due to bad press. Rule was, if you upchucked, you were eliminated and that was the fate of many contestants. This was felt to be disgusting to some and the bad publicity prompted the sponsor to drop the event. Vancouver Police Motorcycle Drill Team show their stuff for festival crowd. Festival budget tops $100,000.00 1982 Festival receives sanction by the Miss Canada Pageant for its Miss Campbell River Pageant. Winner Holly Patten goes to Toronto to compete for the 1993 Miss Canada title. Rain continues to plague Festival. 1984 Loggers Sports moves to second weekend in August

1986 The F Festival and Chamber o of Commerce host a Sho Shop to Shore Sailabration Sailabratio as part of “Island Ody Odyssey” (a 52 vessel circumnavigation of Vancouver Island). T The Mining Sports was expanded from 2 to 9 events and be became a competition rather than a demonstration. 1987 Rainy days now outnumber the sunny days day on July 1st and the cost of running the Festival exceeds $300,000.00 Canadian singer K.D. Lang performs at June 12th cabaret at Strathcona Gardens Arena. Festival works with city to provide celebrations for the opening of the new fishing pier on July 4th. 1988 Royal Lipizzan Stallions dazzles the sell out crowd at Strathcona Gardens. Foreshore Park and downtown Campbell River are jammed with people watching the Canadian Snowbirds Air Show. 1989 Another wet July 1st weekend. 66 mm. of rain (15 mm. more than the combined average for June and July) fell during the 4 day celebration. Municipality notifies the Festival that they would not be allowed on the Foreshore Park next year as the rainy weather and large crowds were causing sever damage to the grounds. 1990 Festival begins 3 year plan to revamp celebrations and the July celebration is moved to Elm Park, the Raft Race is moved to late July and the Loggers Sports in August is expanded to 2 days. Festival receives Charity status from the Federal Tax Department allowing tax receipts to be given for donations. Canadian Snowbirds return for second air show marking their 20th anniversary. 1991 Oakridge Boys play for concert in Nunns Creek Park during the Logers Sports event in August. As part of the economic savings for the Municipality in tough financial times, Festival presents a 5 year budget plan to Council, outlining a $15,000 Grant-In-Aid reduction over a three year period. 1992 - 25th ANNIVERSARY Restructuring program is now complete. July 1st is a 1 day celebration. The Raft Race is expanded to accommodate more events and the major jor Celebration “Salmonfest” is the second weekend in August gust at Nunns Creek park. Waylon Jennings headlines the h concertt att Salmonfest. 1993 Festival signs a License of Occupation with the Municipality for Nunns Creek Park and enters into a partnership with C.R. Minor Baseball, C.R. Men’s Baseball, C.R. Dog Fanciers & C.R. Skateboard Society to improve the Park. R.C.M.P., C.R. Trail Riders and Salmon Festival combine efforts to present the R.C.M.P. Musical Rides at the Trail Riders grounds. Event is taped and televised by Much Music. With the reduction of our Grant-In-Aid, Grant-In-Ai Festival introduces a $2.00 adult entry fee for fo the Salmonfest to cover Ch Children’s Events. With the he help of Ironwood Mall, Socia Social Services program wo workers and Festival vo volunteers, a trail, complete w with bridge is opened fro from Ironwood Mall to Nunns Creek Park. C 1994 A Festival office Fes is establish established at Nunns Creek Park to allow onsite administration of festivities administrat and the Pa Park development

program. Evening concert at Salmonfest featured the Legends of Rock & Roll: Bobby Curtola, Buddy Knox, Coasters & Platters. Final year for Raft Race as insurance cost for the event were becoming prohibitive. The Nunns Creek Park major baseball field rebuild, a joint project by the City, Minor and Senior Baseball, Community Businesses, Festival and many many volunteers was completed and officially opened. Work begins on Skateboard Park, a combined project between Municipality, Skateboarders and Festival. 1995 Skateboard Park officially opened. 1996 Lights for the Major Ball Field completed in time for the Minor Baseball’s Northwest Regional Tournament with teams from British Columbia, Alberta, Washington, Oregon, Wyoming, Montana and Idaho. The winner, Oregon, went on to the Senior Babe Ruth World Series. Parade is held for the first time on a Saturday and was a joint project between the Shrine Club, Rotary Club and Festival. Salmon Festival joins other community groups to put on the 3rd annual Family New Years Eve Celebrations at Strathcona Gardens, TideMark Theater and Community Hall. The Festivals’ portion of the celebration was held in the newly expanded Strathcona Gardens Arena/Pool complex and over 300 people braved the inclement weather conditions to make it a resounding success. Laurie Thaine Headlines the concert at SalmonFest. 1997 - 30th ANNIVERSARY City of Campbell River celebrates 50th Anniversary. The Municipality and many community groups, including Salmon Festival worked together to put on “Jubilee Celebrations” throughout the year. Campbell River Children’s Festival, Municipality and Salmon Festival worked together to provide an exciting July 1st Canada Day which wound up with a spectacular fireworks display. Festival assists the Willow Point Foursquare Church with their first annual Christian Youth Conference in Nunns Creek Park. Salmonfest enjoys a heat wave which was a good fit for (no rain), w the evening concerts featuring the sounds of tthe Caribbean band Heat”. 700 people turn “Tropical H out for the Family New Years Eve Celebration at Strathcona Gardens Community Hall to wind up the and Comm Jubilee year. City’s Jubile 1998 Many complements from the Festival maintains the public as F quality fireworks display as the same quali Year. Salmonfest in August Jubilee Yea blessed with 3 days of good is again ble Salmonfest introduces weather. Sa Stars” 3 full days of “Stage of S entertainment, replacing the stage enter only concert and expands evening on Loggers Sports and Children’s the Logger Suzanne Gitzi and Gary activities. S headline the Stage Fjellgaard h New Years Eve Family of Stars. Ne Celebration was a success with 800 attendance. in attendan “Farmers Daughter” is the 1999 “Farm for the Stage Of Stars. headliner fo Loggers Spo Sports, Children’s Events further improvements and and Senior’s Events programs saw fu was added to our schedule a Trade Show for local businesses wa Years Eve Celebration of events. Millennium Family New Yea presented by the Campbell River and Cape Mudge Native Bands, Teen Centre and Salmon Festival was a huge success. Attendance was over 900. 2000 - MILLENNIUM CELEBRATION July 1st Celebrations by the Children’s Festival and Salmon Festival wind up to another spectacular fireworks display. Paul Brandt, Canadian Country Artist, headlines the “Stage Of Stars” at Salmonfest in August. Loggers Sports underwent a major expansion by offering 3 Canadian Championship events and $15,000.00 in prize money. Despite the poor economic conditions in Campbell River, the logging community supported the expansion and provided 100% sponsorship of the events prize money. The Logging Sports was also filmed and shown on Outdoor Life Network (OLN), a national cable television network, and was viewed throughout Canada and United States. The Municipality, Wonders Of The Wild and Salmon Festival present a Millennium Event at Salmonfest called “Homecoming 2000 – Return of the Salmon”. In 1896 Sir Richard S. Musgrave, on a vacation from England, embarked on a fishing excursion with a First Nations guide and caught a seventy-pound salmon. His prize salmon, along with many a great tales, was preserved and taken back to his home in England. Although the fish was destroyed in a fire several years later, it’s legacy lives on as the Campbell River Tyee Club was founded as a result of that catch. Please go to www.crsalmonfestival.com for the rest of the history.


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