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The $940-million project to replace the John Hart Generating Station is another positive economic step for the city, says Mayor Walter Jakeway. “This is wonderful…this is Fort McMurray-sized project,” the mayor said Tuesday, referring to the Alberta oil sands boom town. On Friday, after years of planning by BC Hydro, the B.C. Utilities Commission finally approved the project to replace the generating station on the Campbell River. The Commission green-lighted the $940-million project which will see the replacement of the 66-year-old John Hart Generating Station over the next five years. As well, the three above-ground pipelines, which carry water from John Hart Lake to the electrical generators, will be replaced with a 1.8-kilometre tunnel. “We are pleased the Commission has recognized the importance of upgrading an aging facility that has been operating since 1947,” said Energy Minister Rich Coleman in a news release. “Now we can ensure the facility will continue to deliver clean, reliable power to Vancouver Island.” In addition to the hundreds of jobs created by the project, as well

as the spinoff economic opportunities, the city will benefit by having its main water pipeline replaced. BC Hydro is picking up most of the cost for the replacement while the city is contributing $6 million. “It will be done first before any of the other construction begins,” said Jakeway. In recent years, city council has faced some lean economic times, but the mayor is optimistic things are changing for the better. In addition to the massive hydro project – and over the same fiveyear period – the Campbell River Hospital will be replaced with a new $266-million, 95-bed facility. There’s also the new Berwick seniors’ home to be built downtown as well as the new fivestorey head office for Seymour Pacific Developments and Broadstreet Properties Ltd. Other developments include the new apartment complex under construction on Dogwood Street and Merecroft Road, a shopping centre at Dogwood and Hilchey Road, two new condominiums on Petersen Road, a new Mr. Lube at Mariner Square, the new residential tower for women and children on Dogwood and 11th Avenue, and more. “There are at least 14 projects Continued on A3

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Dam: Five years of project planning Continued from A1 going on. There’s another building in the planning stages for downtown…and we will have to address secondary suites in the city for the hundreds of workers who will be coming here,” Jakeway said.

tre long tunnel; constructing a replacement generating station beside the existing station and building a new water bypass facility. There are three main reasons for the project: Safety: the generating station and pipelines may not withstand a low to moderate earthquake. Reliability: the six generating units are in poor condition and their capacity is declining. Environment: an unplanned generating station shutdown and river flow reduction would harm fish habitat.

Hydro Project Since most of Vancouver Island’s power supply comes from the Lower Mainland, the John Hart generating facility ensures the province’s second largest load centre has reliable power. The project will foster economic development in the region – creating about 400 jobs and sustaining them over five years of construction. The commission’s approval of the project comes after five years of project planning by BC Hydro, feedback from the Campbell River community, and a regulatory review process that lasted close to one year. “BC Hydro would like to thank the customer and other stakeholder groups who participated in the regulatory process, government agencies, and local community and business organizations who played a key role in shaping this project,” said BC Hydro executive VP Chris O’Riley. “Equally important are the agreements we have with Campbell River area First Nations, which will form the foundation for a longterm relationship based on respect.” Next steps in the project include obtaining legislative approval of a parks boundary adjustment and choosing a preferred proponent to design

The John Hart Dam generating station will be upgrade to the tune of $940 million now that the BC Utilities Commission has approved the project.

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Coal workers nab metal thief Quinsam Coal employees apprehended a woman who tried to steal $15,000 worth of copper wire from the mine last Thursday. It was just around 8:30 a.m. when the workers caught the woman in the act. She was riding an all-terrain vehicle that had been stolen out of Nanaimo and had already bundled up the copper wire when she was nabbed. However, a male accomplice fled on foot and a search by the police dog failed to pick up his track. A 34-year-old Chemainus woman is facing charges of break and enter, and possession of stolen property over $5,000. She is due to appear in Campbell River provincial court on April 22. Mounties are still trying to identify and arrest the male suspect.

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Local employers were recruiting and job seekers heard about the most in-demand occupations at the BC Jobs Fair, last Friday the Maritime Heritage Centre. “We’re here to connect employers with job seekers and vice-versa,” says Stephanie Nunez, a tour staffer with The BC Jobs Plan. Some of the locally-based companies who were there to recruit new employees included London Drugs, Marine Harvest Canada, Oak Bay

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I read the query by Mari English Rose from the U.K. in the Campbell River Mirror on Feb. 8 regarding her search for the family of James (Jim) Albert English (owner of the Quinsam Hotel) and his wife, Margaret Marshall who used to reside in Campbell River. She also mentioned two children: Robert and E.C. Higgins. I’m a member of the Campbell River Genealogy Society. While I was not able to help her find her living Canadian relatives, I was able to provide her with some useful

information about this family along with the applicable websites. I decided to send my reply to the Mirror in order that this information may assist others with their family history research and to let others know about the resources offered online as well as through the Campbell River Genealogy Society. There are many B.C. online databases that are free to access. Many images of B.C. death registrations are now online for the years 1872 to 1991 at B.C. Archives ( http://search-collections.royalbcmuseum. bc.ca/Genealogy/

BasicSearch). I located the death registration for James Albert English. As Mari stated, he died in 1961 in Campbell River, and when I viewed his death registration, I discovered that he had been divorced. His occupation was given as “hotel operator,” and although he died in Campbell River, he was cremated and then buried in Victoria at the Royal Oak Burial Park. The informant on his death registration was listed as his son, R. English. The B.C. Archives website has many online images of marriage registrations from 1872 to 1936. I found the marriage registration of James Albert English to Margaret Marshall. At the time of their marriage in 1921, the occupation of James was listed

as a pool room operator in Cumberland, B.C. Margaret’s place of birth was given as Scotland. There was also a death registration for Elmer C. Higgins from Campbell River. He died on Jan. 24, 1966 and his wife’s name was given as Margaret English and she was the informant at his death. According to the death registration of James A. English, his birthdate was recorded as Feb. 3, 1884, in Durham, England. On a whim, I checked the Library and Archives Canada – Soldiers of the First World War database but could not find an attestation paper for James Albert English (http://www.collectionscanada.gc.ca/ databases/cef/001042100.01-e.php). The Campbell River Continued on A6

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Voter’s list for James Albert English and he appears as ‘hotel keeper’ in Campbell River. In 1949, Robert English, is listed on the B.C. Voter’s list in Campbell River with his wife Gabrielle. His occupation is given as: logger. J.A. English is listed as ‘hotel owner.’ Elmer C. Higgins and his wife both appear on the Campbell River voter’s list in 1962. To locate a family on the 1911 Canadian census, search the follow-

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NOTICE OF PROPOSAL TO RE-ESTABLISH WILLOW POINT BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT AREA The NoĆ&#x;ce is hereby given that the City of Campbell River, in cooperaĆ&#x;on with the Willow Point Business Improvement Area AssociaĆ&#x;on (WPBIA), is proposing to re-establish the Willow Point Business Improvement Area for a 5 year term. Over the past 5 years the owners of Class 6 (Business/Other) property lying within the Willow Point Business Improvement Area (WPBIA) have paid a “local service taxâ€?. The tax is collected by the City of Campbell River to be used by the WPBIA to operate a “business promoĆ&#x;onal schemeâ€?. The funds raised through the local service tax have enabled the WPBIA to promote Willow Point through markeĆ&#x;ng and beauĆ&#x;ÄŽcaĆ&#x;on projects. The boundaries of the WPBIA are deÄŽned on the following map. In order for the WPBIA to conĆ&#x;nue operaĆ&#x;ng, City Council must adopt a new bylaw which would re-establish the WPBIA for 5 years. The AssociaĆ&#x;on has asked that the bylaw be processed as a “Council iniĆ&#x;aĆ&#x;veâ€? under the authority of the Community Charter – Part 7, Division 5. Under the “Council iniĆ&#x;aĆ&#x;veâ€? method, Council may, by bylaw, proceed with the renewal of the WPBIA unless at least 50% of the owners of the parcels that would be subject to the local service tax sign a peĆ&#x;Ć&#x;on against, and the persons signing are the owners of parcels that in total represent at least 50% of the assessed value of land and improvements that would be subject to the local service tax. WPBIA’s proposed budget is: $17,840 in 2013, $18,732 in 2014, $19,668 in 2015, $20,651 in 2016 and $21,685 in 2017, with increases of 5% per year over the next 4 years. In order to raise the funds requested by the WPBIA for 2013, owners of Class 6 property lying within the WPBIA would be required to pay a local service tax at a rate of approximately $1.76 per $1,000 of assessed value of the improvements (buildings) on their property. Owners of Class 6 property located within the WPBIA boundary, that are opposed to the renewal of the WPBIA, must noĆ&#x;fy the City in wriĆ&#x;ng no later than March 6, 2013. InformaĆ&#x;on relaĆ&#x;ng to the renewal of the Willow Point Business Improvement Area, including copies of the relevant legislaĆ&#x;on, is available for inspecĆ&#x;on during business hours (8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.), Monday through Friday at Campbell River City Hall, 301 St. Ann’s Road. InformaĆ&#x;on can also be obtained by e-mailing tracy.bate@campbellriver.ca, or by calling 250-286-5705. For more informaĆ&#x;on on the WPBIA’s business promoĆ&#x;onal scheme please contact WPBIA President, Sandra Allen at (250) 923-3121. T. Bate, Deputy City Clerk.

on page 117. He appears to have been a very colourful character and before buying the Quinsam Hotel, he had previously been the owner of the store and Fisherman’s Lodge at Oyster River. Taylor includes this caption under the photo of Jim in her book: “He was a charming and forceful community leader who is said to have made a stake by bootlegging from his

Notice is hereby given that a Public Hearing regarding the following will be held in the Council Chambers of City Hall located at 301 St. Ann’s Road in Campbell River, B.C. at 6:30 p.m. on Tuesday, February 19, 2013.

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tavern on the Oyster River during the prohibition era.� For local residents and visitors interested in family history, the Campbell River Genealogy Society library is situated at the Maritime Heritage Centre and is available for public use at no cost, however, only society members can take out books. Ancestry.com is available free of charge on the society library computers and volunteer librarians are ready and willing to assist the public with how to go about their research. The library is open on Monday evenings from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m., Tuesdays and Thursdays from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. and Wednesdays from 1:30 p.m. to 4 p.m. Enter through the lighthouse door or phone the library at 250-286-8042 for more information. Check out the society’s website which has been created by Christol James: http://www. rootsweb.ancestry. com/~bccrgc/ and discover the obit database and many other interesting projects. Added note: After sending a reply to Mari English Rose in the UK, she responded saying that she received an overwhelming response from local residents to her query in the Mirror newspaper. Local resident and genealogist, Pat Masters, knew the English and Higgins families personally and was also able to send her vivid recollections to Mari.

Proposal for Zoning Bylaw 3250 Text Amendment: That the City of Campbell River is considering a text amendment to Zoning Bylaw 3250, 2006 to define and add “Pet Services� to the Commercial Two (C-2), Commercial Four (C-4) and the Industrial One (I-1) zone. Bylaw No: 3497, 2012. Contact: Land Use Services Department at 250-286-5726. A copy of this proposal may be inspected at the City Hall, Land Use Services Department on any regular business day between the hours of 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m., Monday to Friday inclusive except Statutory Holidays, from February 8, 2013 to February 19, 2013. All persons who believe that their interest in property is affected by the proposed Bylaw will be afforded a reasonable opportunity to be heard or to present written submissions respecting matters contained in the Bylaw that is the subject of this hearing. Please note that legal considerations prevent Council from receiving any representations or submissions after the close of the Public Hearing. A speakers list will be available for persons wishing to speak at the Public Hearing. You may register in advance by calling 250-2865700 or at the Public Hearing. Chris Osborne, MRTPI Planner

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Judge reflects on judicial review of horse access permit A struggle between public and private played out in BC Supreme Court this week. The judicial review, initiated by Friends of Strathcona Park, focused on the provincial government’s decision to allow a private resort to have horse access to parkland, counter to the park’s use plan, according to the environmental group. After hearing both sides, Honourable Justice Sigurdson has decided to reserve judgment until a later date. “We hope that this case will help set a precedent ensuring protection of our province’s parks,” says Bridget Horel, a spokesperson for the group in a press release. “The granting of this permit is being challenged on the grounds that the Minister of the Environment never considered whether or not the permit was necessary,” Scott Bernstein, lawyer for Friends of Strathcona Park, says. Bernstein says “while government looked at whether it was financially beneficial to them, they

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United Way falls short of goal in Campbell River The United Way Central & Northern Vancouver Island (UWCNVI) fundraising campaign Change Starts Here wrapped up in early January and most of the donations and pledges are in. While just under $1 million was raised throughout the Central Island, Comox Valley and Campbell River area, the Campbell River campaign did not meet its target raising only$ 91,500 of the $125,000 target. “We know campaign is down because of the economy. That, however, is only part of it. We need to recruit a strong campaign cabinet in Campbell River for the 2013 campaign,” said Signy Madden, Executive Director, UWCNVI.

did not address the key question, whether it was necessary to preserve and maintain the existing recreational values of the Park, as is required by the Park Act.” A lawyer for the BC government, Leah Greathead, suggests in her argument that the jurisdiction of ministers and bureaucrats is beyond the reach of the court. She continued that the minister had full authority, under the Park Act, to make the decision that he made. “It seems as though our province is saying that the public and the courts have no place in questioning the decisions they make, Horel says. “We believe that provincial parks are to be kept for the public and that the public does have a right to say whether or not parks can be sold, privatized or commercialized.” The judicial review concluded Friday, Feb. 8 but the public will have to wait to hear the outcome of this court case until a written decision has been provided.

“Local leadership is vital and so we are putting the call out to people to join us. “Campaign experience is valuable to those building their careers and rewarding for those who just want to keep the community strong through locally funded programs. Twenty-six workplaces ran employee campaigns and many local companies made donations. The top employee campaigns included Nrystar Myra Falls, VIHA Campbell River, London Drugs and RBC Campbell River. “Thank you to everyone who worked hard on campaign this year,” said Jim Forsyth, UWCNVI board member and leadership donor. “Our

donors and employee campaign co-ordinators are amazing people who care about helping others through United Way funded programs.” Donations directly help hundreds of people in our community through the amazing work by our 10 community partners who support kids to be all they can be, empower people to move from poverty to possibility and help create healthy, strong communities. The 2012/13 partners are: ■ Campbell River Adult Care ■ Campbell River Family Services Society ■ Campbell River North Island Transition Society ■ Canadian Red Cross – Equipment

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Hydro announcement is the jolt we need Although it was expected, the news that the B.C. Utilities Commission has approved the John Hart Dam upgrade is welcome. A year-long regulatory approval process came to a close with the We say: Aging announcement Friday that the massive, $940-million project has facility will been approved. The commission’s generate 400 approval of the project comes after construction jobs five years of project planning by BC Hydro, feedback from the Campbell River community, and a regulatory review process that lasted close to one year. The shot in the arm

this project will provide Campbell River cannot be underestimated, particularly at a time when the local economy is in the doldrums. The project will directly provide 400 jobs over a five-year construction period but the spin-off benefits will boost the economy significantly more than that. But this isn’t a make-work project designed to inject cash and reflect glowingly on politicians. This is a much-needed project that has real merit. The commission determined the project was the most cost-effective option to address the significant reliability, seismic, environmental and fisheries issues associated with the 66-year-old facility.

The project briefly caught the eye of Liberal Energy Minister Rich Coleman who wondered out loud if the publicly-owned utility should be spending this kind of money at this time. It didn’t take long for BC Hydro officials to convince Coleman that the project has merits. He stated Friday, “We are pleased the Commission has recognized the importance of upgrading an aging facility that has been operating since 1947.” Preparation work is well underway and the community has been anticipating this shot in the arm for some time. It is, dare we say, electrifying news.

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Re: “Taxed to death in Campbell River,” Mirror, Feb.

Mike Richmond’s analogy comparing libraries to door-to-door salesmen selling encyclopedias is illinformed. He is correct about one thing: everything, or almost, is on the computer – including our library. Libraries are repositories for books, sure, but our library is much more than books. Our library offers free programs for kids and teens, lends eBooks and eReaders, audio books, CDs, DVDs, and digital magazines, and provides computer facilities, Internet access, and information. The library is our community space for the confluence of people and ideas. Why do we need libraries when we have the Internet? Author Neil Gaiman knows: “Google can bring you back 100,000 answers, a librarian can bring you back the right one.” Mike isn’t the first to declare the death of books, and he won’t be the last. The publishing industry is in a transitional phase, but U.S. statistics from the last decade show more titles are being published in print, 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

Independent MLAs have a dream of their own

Tom Fletcher B.C. Views

Imagine a province where party leaders are chosen in an independently-supervised vote, with 12-yearolds, dead people and pets prevented from voting. Imagine a province where roving gangs of influence-seekers aren’t allowed to join multiple parties, and the rule is actually enforced. One where corporations and unions have to advertise in their own name instead of financing political parties and then disclosing millions in donations months after the election is over. Imagine a province where elections are held based on audited financial statements, not a collection of election promises that will be dismissed as a work of fiction by the new regime

if the incumbent party is defeated. A cat joined the B.C. Liberal Party to support Christy Clark. Adrian Dix won the NDP leadership with the help of bags of $10 bills stapled to new memberships. As parties go to online voting, multiple PIN numbers may be activated from the same phone number or the same address. These and other glaring problems with our party-based political system were highlighted last week in a set of reforms proposed by three independent MLAs. Vicki Huntington broke the party choke-hold on B.C. politics by getting elected as an independent in Delta South in 2009. Bob Simpson was kicked out of the NDP caucus shortly after winning re-election for the party in Cariboo North, because

he dared to criticize then-leader Carole James for a lack of policy specifics. They were belatedly joined by Abbotsford South MLA John van Dongen, who quit the B.C. Liberals in an orchestrated move to the B.C. Conservatives, and then quit that party soon after. Van Dongen does not have the credibility of the others to speak on integrity, given his self-serving party antics and his questionable decision to hire his fiancée and pay her one and a half salaries to serve as his constituency assistant. Leaving that aside, there are some good ideas in the independents’ reform package. One is to give backbench MLAs a meaningful role in policy-making.

Simpson gave the example of Prince George MLA Shirley Bond’s term as education minister, where she had to reverse ministry policies that didn’t make sense in rural school districts. The all-party standing committee on education could have prevented this error, he said, but it didn’t because it never meets. The party voting irregularities described above could be addressed by giving Elections BC authority to supervise party leadership votes, the way it does elections and referenda. There are unknown costs for this, and other problems. For instance, should the Marijuana Party be subject to this, or the Work Less Party, should either one muster enough Continued on A9


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Library comment irks readers Continued from A8

and more books are being sold than ever before. North American libraries have growing memberships and increasing circulation. Vancouver Island Re g i o n a l L i b r a r y, which operates Campbell River’s library, opened new branches in Bella Coola, Gabriola Island, and Quadra Island in 2012. Construction on new library branches is underway in Cowichan Lake, Cumberland, and Nanaimo. Courtenay and Comox have superb, modern facilities. I am happy there’s talk of a new library – the community of Campbell River

deserves one. Matt Hinch

Libraries are more than just books It may come as a surprise to the writer of the note, “Taxed to death in Campbell River”, but one can find other things in a public library besides encyclopaedias; some of the most important being ideas captured in books, journals, newspapers and magazines. Mr. Richmond seems to share the opinion of the Federal government when it closed the research library at Pacific Forestry Centre in Victoria. Namely,

cost savings make closure necessary and computers are replacing books anyway. Like the Federal government, Mr. Richmond is only looking at part of the total cost equation. Before we burn the books to power the computers and step into the resulting darkness maybe we could integrate some of those bookish ideas with human innovation to create a sustainable regional economy so we need not be “taxed to death”. William L. Wagner

Not dead yet Surely it is a little early to be predicting the demise of libraries

in 2013 because encyclopedias are available online? Online encyclopedias provide such general information that they do not even have to be cited in a Reference List. Chances are that, in the future, print books will co-exist with an e-form of delivery, but even that e-book will likely be rented by the library, lent out to be downloaded onto your (expensive) e-book reader, and will have to be returned in two weeks. So much for computers replacing libraries. A library serves the entire community. A delighted child leaves with a bag of books,

a student comes in to research and study, a senior reads two or three newspapers he doesn’t have to subscribe to and the rest of the community use the library to borrow novels and how-to books, to read history, browse periodicals. They take out music CDs, borrow DVDs, audio-books for the hard of hearing, large-print books for the sight challenged, check their e-mails, consult with the research librarian, listen to story telling. It is a place of intellectual pursuit, available to all. Funding a library is one of the most democratic uses of our tax dollars. Margaret Nyland

Fletcher: Independents’ proposals have some merit Continued from A8 organization to stage a leadership contest? The independents had high hopes for one fundamental reform, moving B.C.’s set election date from the spring to the fall. This

would take a simple amendment. The idea is for the government to table the annual budget, present the audited public accounts for the previous year, then have an election that rests on tested finan-

cial statements and initial results for the current forecast. Both the B.C. Liberal Party and the NDP have expressed support for this idea. The independents suggest that this brief three-week legis-

lative session is a good time to do it, so the next government can implement it. I asked Mike de Jong, the B.C. Liberal finance minister and house leader, if he would consider it. He allowed that it is

interesting, but it’s not contemplated for the pre-election session. That will be dominated by returning the provincial sales tax, and the usual jousting over untested spending and revenue proposals.

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Many of these birds have spent time here waiting since the late fall salmon spawn, and now is your opportunity to learn more about them. Desperate times sometimes call for desperate measures, which is where this year’s theme of “Unsung Heroes” comes into play. MARS will be presenting some “Unsung Heroes” with certificates of appreciation to honour their role in making a difference by helping individual wildlife or preserving their habitat. “Whether it’s heroically diving into the water to untangle a pair of feuding eagles or bravely scaling tall trees to save eagles in trouble, MARS couldn’t successfully rescue and rehabilitate as many birds as we do without these folks stepping in to help,” says Maj Birch,

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If you don’t know where to start or how to proceed Hans Rhenisch, gardener extraordinaire, will start with the why, how and where to plant, not to mention what. Avoid or relieve those aches and pains often associated with gardening. Re g i s t e re d p hy s iotherapist Bev O’Sullivan will show participants how to prepare their bodies for gardening. She will also illustrate relaxation techniques and provide an introduction to horticulture therapy. Back by popular demand, Rick Monchak will share his love and expertise in growing dahlias. Bring your garden clippers for a hands-on exercise in cutting dahlia tubers. Dr. Thierry Vrain will talk about the effect of global warming on agriculture. The retired biologist

from the Department of Agriculture, who is also an avid gardener, is expected to provide a thought-provoking discussion. Trains in the garden? What a wonderful and whimsical idea! Chris Cracklow will bring in photos of his and other gardens with trains. He will explain how the buildings are constructed, how to choose plants that are in proportion, as well as grading. An information and plant exchange will be part of the session so that students can brainstorm and learn from each other. Pre-registration is required and the fee for the six-part series is $30 (plus HST). All ElderCollege classes are open to anyone aged 50 plus. You can register in person at North Island College or online at www.nic.bc.ca/eldercollege.

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ids can learn to prepare awesome meals and snacks… without burning the house down. Are your kids hungry after school? Are they starting to prepare meals and snacks on their own? It’s a scary thought giving your kids full access to the kitchen for the first time. The City of Campbell River Recreation and Culture department can help prepare you and your kids for

this next step in your family’s life. Foodie Kids is a program that runs Mondays at the Community Centre from 3-4:30 p.m. Participants will learn basic kitchen safety, how to prepare simple but scrumptious snacks and compile a cookbook of recipes and cooking tips to take home. Lin Kohlhofer will be teaching this course. Kohlhofe has been teaching cooking to

kids for years with the Recreation Department and is looking forward to the newest batch of chefs joining her in the kitchen. Foodie Kids is held at the Community Centre on Mondays from 3-4:30 p.m. starting Monday, Feb. 18 and ending March 11. Space is limited. Arrange for your child and a friend to sign up today! Have a Facebook account? Find out about upcoming events on the Recre-

ation Departments Facebook Page at www.facebook.com/ Campbellriverrec For more details for this program or any other youth activities please check out the City of Campbell River Recreation & Culture’s Recreation Guide or call the Sportsplex, 923-7911 or Community Centre, 286-1161. You can also see the guide on line at www. campbellriver.ca. Just click on the Recreation Guide Icon.

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4

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99

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Lindt Lindor

Milk Chocolate for Hearts 3 Pak 40gr

4

3$ for

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2$ for

5

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Carnation Hot Chocolate Mix

Nestle

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5

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100% Pure Juice

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5x200ml

5

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3$ for

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SuperMoist Cake Mix

340-450gr

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5

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2$ for

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5

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99

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for

225gr or 1lt

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3$

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2lt

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Our Own Fresh Cooked

Turkey Breast

Continental

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per lb

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Do you know someone elderly that needs home care?

My Doctor says I have Plantar Fasciitis…. what is that?

Having been a Registered Nurse for many years, it is obvious to the eye, the elderly need good personal care, but with caregivers that really care enough to be Josie Coak there. Retired Registered Nurse With Charcare, I am going to be there for you asking a simple question; “what would you like included in your activities of daily living”. The services I offer will be ingoing and outgoing care which will allow you to stay in control of your life, and stay in your own home. I want you to feel that this can be accomplished, either the decision made by yourself or a family member.

Plantar fasciitis is inflammation of the thick tissue on the bottom of the foot. This tissue is called the plantar fascia. It connects the heel bone Dean Clark, to the toes and creates Physiotherapist the arch of the foot. There are several variables that may increase your likelihood of suffering from plantar Fasciitis such as time spent on feet, walking on concrete, heavy vibration to the feet and foot shape to name a few. Physiotherapy has many techniques to assist in settling plantar fasciitis down and returning you to the regular life you enjoy!!!

Josie Coak 2540 Spring Road, Campbell River 778-346-4446 • charcare@shaw.ca

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Gurdeep G u r d e e p Sid S Sidhu idhu, C CGA GA N o t a r y

P u b l i c

To avoid extensive costs and legal complications, be sure to have your affairs in order. Preparing Wills, Powers of Attorney, and estate planning are some of the services we provide. 1007 Shoppers Row - Tyee Plaza 100

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Here are some ways to keep your heart healthy and stay fit: • Eat sensibly. Consult the Canada’s Food Guide to Healthy Eating for what is appropriate for you, the dash diet also helps to lower high blood pressure. Talk to your nutritionist or Victor Choo pharmacist about it. Pharmacist/Owner • Exercise regularly. It just doesn’t help to prevent and control risk factors for hypertension and stroke; but also helps to reduce stress and increase your energy. • If you drink alcohol, drink in moderation. • Quit smoking. Talk to your doctor or pharmacist about possible options that are available to help you quit. Come visit your Peoples Pharmacy today and talk to your pharmacist about how you can keep your heart healthy. 984 Shoppers Row Downtown

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Gurdeep Sidhu, CGA

In situations where there is a Notary Public diminished mental capacity, then an individual can prepare a basic Representation Agreement to cover their financial matters such as payment of regular bills, purchase of groceries, dealing with pension matters, and tax returns. However, major decisions such as the sale of a property, transfer of or cashing out investments, etc., can not be done through a basic Representation Agreement. In situations where an individual lacks the capacity to make a Power of Attorney, he/ she may be able to make a Representation Agreement because the test of capacity for a Representation Agreement is not as comprehensive as when someone prepares a Power of Attorney.

Call us right away! We will make sure the problem is not made worse by delay, and we will work to get your home or business back up and running. Wayne Harrison We will analyze the damage caused by the loss to make sure everything will be put back to its original state. Review your insurance policy then call or email your insurance agent and they will help you understand your coverage and the process. We will restore, clean up and rebuild to get your property to pre loss condition. Rocksteady Restorations provides a 24 hour emergency service. We use the latest technology and ongoing training to make sure our service is number one.

1925-14th Avenue, Campbell River

250-287-8108 24HR Emergency 1-888-618-ROCK (7625) www.rocksteadyrestorations.ca

What fa factors affect how often I should change my veh vehicles oil? Every vehi vehicle manufacturer has a different rrecommended schedule which can range from every 10,000 km to every 20,000 km. But the fac fact remains that your engines ne needs are determined by your drivin driving style, the weather, Lyle Wolfe and the ar area in which you drive Owner the car. An aggressive driving style will ccause more engine stress and cause the lubricants to be cons consumed at a rapid rate. Cold weather affects the viscosity o of oil and this can influence the need to have the oil cha changed on a different schedule. Dusty or sandy environme environments will also affect your engine’s performance and the cleanli cleanliness of the oil can be affected as well. All of these factors affe affect the frequency with which your oil will need to be chan changed, so there is no single definite rule that you can follow. follow The professionals at Great Canadian Oil Change will help yyou determine the right schedule for you.

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

250-286-4288 250-2

How often should I clean my filter cartridge?

Who are we and what do we offer?

Depending upon bather load, it is generally a good practice to rinse your filter cartridge every other week with fresh water from a garden hose to dislodge hair and other foreign matter. Every 3 to 4 months, and with each water change, your filter cartridge should be Terry Collins, Owner soaked in a filter-cleaning compound designed for this purpose.We recommend the rotation method: have two filters on hand, one in the spa and a clean, dry spare. Remove the dirty filter and rinse thoroughly, being careful to spray between the pleats. Soak the filter in a 5-gallon bucket of cleaning solution, overnight or according to the instructions on the package.You can now install your clean spare while the dirty one is soaking. After soaking, rinse again and set aside to dry completely.With this method, your filters will last much longer, and you will never have to wait to use your spa.

We ARE your #1 Transportation Choice! 287-Taxi in Campbell River is a locally owned and operated company serving the Residents, Tourists and Business Professionals in Campbell River. The pride of ownership is obvious when you view the wellmaintained vehicles, which are cleaned inside and out on a daily basis. • Clean comfortable vehicles • Courteous Drivers • Smoke Free • Wireless Interac Machines • Pre-dated Taxi Orders • Airport Service • Shuttle Rates to/from C.R. Airport • Shuttle Rates to/from Comox Airport • Door to Door Service • Door to Door Deliveries • Bus Rentals

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If someone does not have the mental capacity to make a Power of Attorney, is there an alternative? A legal Power of Attorney can only be made if an individual has the capacity to understand the Power of Attorney, its effects, what assets one has, and various other matters.

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Experts’ Advice

Full Service Hospital Grooming & Boarding! Yes, we offer boarding now!

250-923-4292 250-923-5905 250-923-4292

~ Emergency Service Available 24 Hrs ~

2566 S. Island Highway

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John Robilliard 250-830-9064 August Brantvein 250-287-7977

Suite D 1195 Fir Street 250-914-4447

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S T R E P X E Why is fluoride so important?

First of all, make it a rule for everyone in the house to stop leaving any type of food anywhere on the countertops or kitchen table. If your dog continually gets rewarded by stealing something off the counter even if it’s a tiny morsel - his chances of continuing to steal are about 100%!! Dogs keep doing what gets them a reward, and always getting food off the counter makes it a very worthwhile behavior for your dog.

Fluoride has long been a topic of debate and although fluoride use has its critics, the Centres for Disease Control and Prevention consider the introduction of fluoride to improve oral health one of the top 10 great public health Dr. Kevin Lathangue achievements of the 20th century. Fluoride has a very unique property in that it can replace Calcium in our enamel. So when our teeth are exposed to acid (which is how decay starts) the acid leaches (pulls) calcium out of our enamel thereby weakening our teeth. Fluoride, when available, replaces the calcium in our enamel and makes our teeth more resistant to acid. So, in essence, fluoride makes our teeth stronger because acid from bacteria won’t be as effective at decaying our teeth. It’s still very important to brush and floss because, even with fluoride replacing our calcium, our teeth are still susceptible to decay. So 2-3 minutes twice a day for brushing and flossing every day is still the Canadian Dental Association recommendation.

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

How do I stop my dog from stealing food off my kitchen counter?

If you see him starting to sniff along the counter, distract him with a command like “Look!” (which should mean stop what he’s doing and redirect to you), and reward him with a treat or a chance to go play outside in the yard. Sometimes tossing a treat onto the floor after he’s left the counter area will begin to have him look towards the floor for his reward instead of the counter. If you can’t be sure he won’t “score” from the counter, strategic placements of baby gates to keep him from getting rewarded will be something that will work for you. Yelling at him won’t stop him, and in some cases he’ll see the yelling as attention and you may make the problem worse. Bottom line is, don’t give him anything he’ll be able to steal.

These are defects that are not discoverable through a reasonable inspection of the property. “Material Latent Defects” are considered to be defects that render the property dangerous or potentially dangerous to the occupants, Jenna Nichol are unfit for habitation, are unfit REALTOR® for the purpose which the party is known to be acquiring it for, involve great expense to remedy and/or lack the appropriate municipal or other permits associated with the Real Estate. Some examples of these would be the use of the property for the growth or manufacture of illegal substances or a structural change made to a building without the proper permits. Luckily for Buyers, the Real Estate Council requires that a seller and the seller’s agent must disclose any known material latent defects to a Purchaser before a contract is entered into. Learn more at www.jennanichol.com/blog

What can I do with my old vacuum?

250.287.7343 150 Dogwood St., Campbell River www.dogwooddental.com

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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Thinking of a new tattoo or piercing? Well the time is now! The best time to get Monkey & Ryan Tree tattooed or pierced is during the months of the year that you are not enjoying camping, swimming, and other summer time activities. Healing out a new tattoo may take few weeks but a new piercing can take months! When out on hikes or at your favorite swimming hole not having access to running water to wash hands or clean up can cause problems and prolong healing of new piercing. So, if this summer you want to be showing off your cute piercing or new tattoo at the beach then come on down and check out what we can do for you.

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A lot of people don’t know that we do free diamond and gem stone grading and appraising. This might be the ideal time to find out if that necklace or ring that grandma left you is the treasure you have been hoping for. Remember you can stop in and visit August at Options in Gold at 1080 Shoppers Row or phone (250) 286-7977 for a personal appointment. We are always happy to see you, and there is never any pressure.

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Are you someone who likes summer time activities?

» Puppy Tips

August Brantvein & Mo

» Pet Store

HOSPITAL GROOMING BOARDING

Robilliard

What is a Material Latent Defect?

» Real Estate

Dental care for your pet may be more important than you think. The accumulation of bacteria laden plaque above the gumline can lead to long term oral health issues. Recent studies have demonstrated there is an association between oral health and overall general health issues affecting the kidney, Dr. Peter Woodward heart and metabolic systems. The statistics are high and approximately 85% of pets have periodontal disease by age 3 years. It is a good idea to become comfortable opening your pet’s mouth and looking inside, if you notice that the gums surrounding the teeth are red and swollen he or she may have the initial stages of gingivitis. If you notice this or would like a consult on Dental home and professional cleaning please ask your family Veterinarian or come by Campbell River Veterinary Hospital for consult.

What services do you offer, besides buying my unwanted7x14 gold and John silver?

» Appraisals

» Veterinarian

February Is Dental Awareness Month

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.

Miracle Way Vacuum Systems We proudly sell MVAC Built-in Vacuum systems made in Canada 850 - 12th Avenue Unit 1 Campbell River, BC • 250.286.1202 There are a few things to be checking on your saltwater tank. If you plan on keeping corals, the testing is more extensive than if you are keeping fish only. For a FOWLR (fish only with live rock) tank you would want to check your Nitrates every 2-4 weeks with an Elos Nitrate Test Kit. Very easy to use and the colors are very easy to distinguish. And, you would also consider checking your pH and specific gravity. pH is another easy to use test kit OR there are digital pH monitors that can be purchased...if you want to get a little more high tech there is a “Pinpoint pH Monitor” that you Sarah Kirk run constantly which gives you a reading on your Owner tank at all times. This does need to be calibrated monthly but are great! They generally cost about $100. SG or specific gravity is something you want to have an idea of “most” of the time. There are 2 devices, one that is more accurate than the other. First the swing arm “hydrometer” which is around $15-$20 and is ok, or you can purchase a “Refractometer” which is 100% accurate as long as you calibrate it regularly. Other than that, your FOWLR testing is complete! For a Reef Tank you test all of the above PLUS you need to test for CA (calcium), ALK (alkalinity) and MG (magnesium). These are all vital parts of building a reef and encouraging coral growth. All are done with Elos test kits which are easy to use and accurate, plus when you purchase them we go over how to use them in detail. Most test kits range in price from $21.99-$35.99 but will test your tank many, many times. We also test water for you free of charge. If any of these elements are not in a “normal” range then you start buffing with different reef products. It’s easy! And we can help!

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Experts’ Advice I want to list my children as beneficiaries on my insurance policy, but am concerned about them getting a big chunk of money too young.

Growing tomatoes from seed takes time and care, but it is not hard, and the results are well worth it. It’s best to have a warm place, or a heat mat, consistently 70 – 80 degrees F. A South facing exposure in a window, or the help of a daylight spectrum bulb, such as a T5 fluorescent, is ideal. In a tray with inserts, or really any kind of shallow container with a clear lid, place moist starting mix such as Coco Coir, or Pro Mix Christa Fernau BX. Sow the seeds carefully a couple of inches apart and cover them with twice the seeds’ thickness in potting mix. Gently and thoroughly water with chlorine free water (let tap water sit at room temp for 24 hours) You may wish to add B Vitamins, such as B Plus, as a general health tonic, as it is excellent in any propagation practice. Remember not to let the mix dry out, but don’t over water either! Once the seedlings have emerged, do not allow them to overcrowd, as they will compete, and become spindly. If lighting is inadequate once they are sprouted, they will also become spindly, so keep light as close as possible. Harden the seedlings off gradually, starting with venting the domes, and making sure humidity isn’t too high. Once the plants are a 1/2 inch or so high, you may apply a weak solution of plant food, such as Canadian Plant Food Tomato Formula 6-10-8. As the plants grow, so do their feeding requirements, so higher concentrations of good quality nutrients are necessary.

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» CRHF

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Thinkin about Thinking cancell cancelling an old life insuran insurance policy? If you do ca cancel it, the life insurance company w wins. All those premiums you’ve paid toward the policy belong to the insurance com company. people purchase policies when Many peopl younger to help cover the risks of they’re youn expenses lik like mortgages and child care Stacey Marsh should an aaccident occur. Then, once Executive Director the mortgag mortgage is paid and the kids are independen independent, they think about cancelling their policy. donate the policy to the Campbell River Hospital Foundation Why not do and support quality health care for our community. If you are still paypremiums on the policy when you donate it, you will receive a tax ing premium receipt each year equal to the value of your premium payments. If you nished paying premiums, you may receive a receipt right away have finishe estate may receive the tax receipt to offset taxes owed on or your est your final tax ta return. To learn more about building a legacy through life insurance ggifts, call our office at 250-850-2418 or talk to your financial advisor.

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I have a horrible cough since getting the flu recently. How can I avoid antibiotics yet again? I even had the flu shot and don’t want to go through this again next year!

Dr. Ingrid Pincott ND Naturopathic Physician Inc 300-1170 Shoppers Row, Campbell River 250-286-3655 / 1-800-898-6699 www.DrPincott.com

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Why should I bother with RRSPs?

Dr. Ingrid Pincott ND

For the last 27 years Naturopathic Physician of my practice I have been using a wonderful natural antibiotic that is dosed aggressively for 10 days. When patients take this along with my Upper Respiratory formula they get well very quickly. Most of my patients don’t get sick when they take their fish oil by the tablespoon (that also has some vitamin D in it), HMF probiotics and the HTSF SEP 200 homeopathic preventive remedy. This is what I call true “Health Insurance”.

Insurance companies require Darlene Garat you to name a trustee when Financial Advisor you list someone under 18 as a beneficiary on a life insurance contract. Unfortunately, even by age 18 young people don’t always have the best money sense. However, you can stipulate in the policy that the trustee continue to control the money until the beneficiary reaches an older age – up to 25 years old with some companies. This allows the trustee to focus the insurance proceeds on living expenses, higher education, and other matters that you would have helped finance if you were still alive to do so.

When you invest in an RRSP you’ll pay less tax now, plus no tax on the earnings on your investment until you withdraw it. The earlier you start, the longer your RRSP Peter Garat has to compound on this Certified Financial Planner tax-free basis. If you start in your 20’s you may need as little as 6% of your gross income to save for a comfortable retirement. Wait until you are in your 40’s and you’ll need to put away between 14% and 20%. RRSPs built within a financial planning strategy can make the most of your investments, and help you enjoy an active and enjoyable retirement.

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• Member of the American Veterinarian Dental Society • Certified in Pet CPR & First Aid • 18 years professional working experience with animals • Professionally trained in all areas of Pet Dental Hygiene including supra & subgivingival scaling, ultrasonic scaling and polishing Heather Lowery, + recognition of abnormal oral K9 Oral Hygiene conditions Specialist • Strong background and professional training in Animal care, animal behavior, human dental hygiene and Veterinarian Dentistry • Extraordinary animal handling abilities that allow pets to quickly trust and accept the procedure • Participates in continuing education in both Veterinary and human dental hygiene procedures So many pet owners do not realize how important pet oral health is until its too late. Allow me to help keep your pet healthy. For more information go to www.heatherspetoralcare.ca

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WHAT’S ON THIS WEEK To submit your activities, email: whatson@campbellrivermirror.com, fax:250-287-3238 or drop by: #104-250 Dogwood Street, Campbell River or submit through our interactive online calendar at campbellrivermirror.com

THURS. FEB 14 Valentines Day

FRI. FEB 15

10-11:30a.m. weekly Community Centre Newborn to Crawling 250-286-1161

Revelation Today 7p.m. Feb. 15 CR Sportsplex-Rm 1 A free media event exploring the book of Revelations with John Bradshaw of It Is Written Television. Everyone welcome.

Youth Open Mic

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Baby Time

7-9p.m. weekly Serious Coffee 25 and under 250-923-1312

250-923-2383

Campbell River Storm VS Comox Valley Glacier Kings 7:30p.m. Strathcona Gardens Rod Brind’Amour Arena

Al-Anon 1-2.m. 7th Day Adventist Church, 300 Thulin St. Everyone welcome. Lynne: 250-287-3184

Campbell River Ultimate 7:30p.m. Weekly Sportsplex all weather field

campbellriverultimate.com CR Seniors Centre SNOOKER ALL DAY 9:30 a.m.Yoga 10:30a.m. Mall Walk 11:00a.m. Line Dancing 11-1p.m.Lunch 12:30p.m. 50/50 250-914-4401

250-830-0979

Cupid’s Night Out

7p.m.-1am. Black Creek Community Centre, 2001 Black Creek Road Dessert and dancing. Cash bar with designated drivers available. 250-337-5190 bcca5190@telus.net Ripple Rock Gem and Mineral Club Meeting 7:30p.m. Community Centre Visitors are welcome ripplerockgemandmineralclub.com

Featured Event for the Week 7x14 Tuesday, February 19th at 12:00pm Enterprise Centre/Rivercorp Boardroom Young Professionals of Campbell River welcome Vic Goodman, CEO of CR Economic Development Corporation, who will be speaking on success planning and how it relates to economic development. Free for members, $15 non-members (Catered lunch will be provided)

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INTERACTIVE COMMUNITY NITY CALENDAR

Post your events and/or check what’s on in Campbell River, The Comox Valley and the North Island at campbellrivermirror.com click on the calendar and check out all the great features.

WHAT’S ON PAGE SUN. FEB 17

Super Saturday Art Moonlit Night

Table Tennis 50+ Living Program

1-3p.m. CR Art Gallery Create a magical, moonlit midwinter scene. Admission by donation. Children under 12 should be accompanied by an adult. 250-287-2261

See our ad in the Friday Mirror Classifieds for a complete list of available rentals.

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Watch all Canucks games at the Quinnie, Great food & beer specials!

Who’s Playing At The Quinnie? Wednesday to Saturday, February 13-16

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Pruning for Health: From Tree to Table

10a.m.-2p.m. Ripple Rock Farm: Quadra Island Lean the hows and whys of pruning with expert Helena Harwood. Fee incl. lunch. $59 Pre-register: 250-923-9724 or jpeters@nic.bc.ca

Little Ceasars Family Pizza & Movie Night (All ages) 6p.m. Strathcona Gardens Float in the leisure pool and watch a movie(G or PG). Bring something to float on. $6.00/person or $15.00/ family includes 2 slices of pizza, a drink & ice cream cone each.

recept@strathconard.ca 250-287-9235 CR Hospital Foundation Trivia Night Fundraiser Sportsplex Doors open at 6p.m. Play starts 7p.m. sharp $20/player. Cash bar/ snacks. To register call:

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1:00-3:30p.m. Community Centre Gym Free for members. $2 nonmembers

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SNOOKER ALL DAY 9:30 a.m.Yoga 10:30a.m. Mall Walk 11:00a.m. Line Dancing 11-1p.m.Lunch 1:00p.m. Crib and Beginners Mexican Train 250-914-4401 February calendar: crseniors.com

Monday Night Poker Registration 6:30p.m. Play starts 7p.m. Willows Pub 250-923-8311

North Island Multiple Myeloma Support Group 3rd Monday of the month For more information please contact Linda at 250-9234055

Toddler Storytime

10:30a.m. CR Library Stories, songs and rhymes for active toddles (16 - 36 months) and a caregiver. Please register. 250-287-3655

UPCOMING EVENTS

CR Toastmasters

YPCR Lunch N Learn

SAT. FEB 16

WED. FEB 20

TUES. FEB 19 Discovery Toastmasters

7-8:30pm. Open house every Wednesday in Feb. Community Centre, Room 1 Overcome shyness, develop confidence, speaking & leadership skills. Chris: 923-4162 chriskoz@shaw.ca

Diabetic Drop In 3-4p.m. CR Hospital, Sunshine Wellness Centre For questions about your diabetes. 250-286-1161

Preschool Storytime

10:30a.m. CR Library Stories, rhymes and songs for 3-5 year olds and caregivers. Please register. 250-287-3655 YPCR Lunch N Learn 12:00pm Enterprise Centre/Rivercorp Guest speaker will be Vic Goodman, CEO of CR Economic Development Corporation. Lunch incl. Members free. Guests $15. ypcampbellriver.com/ events

THURS. FEB 21 Bridge & Crib Luncheon 11:30a.m. CR United Church, Pinecrest & Birch Come for lunch and enjoy an afternoon of Bridge or Crib. $10. 250-287-4621

SAT. FEB 23 2013 Bald Eagle Fest Maritime Heritage Museum 10a.m.-4p.m. Programs, information and displays for all ages. Also meet wildlife ambassadors. $5/person, Family $10, 250-337-2021 info@wingtips.org

Campbell River Fish and WIldlife Banquet 5:30p.m.-12:30a.m. Thunderbird Hall Game and fish buffet, bar, live music, auctions and much more. Tickets@ Tyee Marine, River Sportsman and Granlund Firearms. www.crfw.net

12:00-1:00p.m. Community Centre-Rm 1 Guest are welcome. Lorraine: 250-286-4273

Drop-In Meditation

Every Tuesday 7p.m Sharp Ocean Resort in Oyster Bay $$ donations to CV and CR food banks 250-792-3165

Al-Anon on Quadra

7-8p.m. Every Tuesday Children’s Centre, 972 West Rd Lynne: 250-287-3184.

Relaxation Skills-Drop in

4-5:30pm CR Hospice Society, #104 - 301 Dogwood Street For people living with cancer & their caregivers. 250-286-1121 www.crhospice.org

WED. FEB 20 Nifty Thrifty 2nd Hand Sale

1185 Greenwood(corner of 12th and Greenwood) Adult Clothing $1. Children’s Clothing .50 250-287-9731

BNI Discovery meeting

6:45-8:30p.m. 921 Island Hwy www.bnibc.ca 250-203-0170 twistedchimney@gmail.com

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Arts & Entertainment Blending theatre and art L

earn more about the fascinating world of wearable art at either a special information evening or an intensive two day workshop at the Campbell River Art Gallery later this month. Kari Glass, a visual artist and designer with studios in Alaska and Alert Bay, is traveling to Campbell River Friday, Feb. 22 to present a free Wearable Art Introduction open house from 5-7 p.m. This will be no ordinary presentation – Glass is inspired by the world’s trash. She invites the public to attend the presentation and invites interested people to bring their friends, their recycled clothes, their found objects, duct tape and whatever else strikes their fancy. Wearable art is a blend of both theatre and art and allows artists to create sculpture for the human form. “I routinely scour and comb the beach, thrift shop, dump and

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Hecate-Moon Shadow was designed and built with silk neckties by Kari Glass.

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workshop is set for Saturday, Feb. 23 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Sunday, Feb. 24 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. The cost for the workshop is $80 plus HST for CR Art Gallery members and $90 plus HST for non-members. Participants will explore a wide range of conceptual ideas and use of materials. The wearable art medium will appeal to artists who like to work in multiple disciplines, blending recycled materials and textiles to create pieces presented in dramatic performances. Get your ideas together in time to participate in the CR Art Gallery’s Wearable Art Show, set for Aug. 10. For more information on either the free introduction Friday, Feb. 22, or the handson workshop Saturday, Feb. 23 and Sunday, Feb. 24, contact the Campbell River Art Gallery at 250-287-2261 or programs@crartgallery.ca

Bop 'til you drop with The Nylons at the Tidemark

For the past 30 years, The Nylons have been the most beloved Canadian vocal quartet with seven gold and platinum recordings known for their A cappella sound, dazzling and distinct harmonies and smooth arrangements. The Nylons’ immense appeal has taken them across North America, Europe, Australia, China and Japan on sold out tours prompting Billboard Magazine to give praise to the captivating live show. There have been 17 albums so far (including three compilations), and the group’s worldclass producers have included David Foster (Celine Dion and dozens of others), Val Garay (Bette Davis Eyes), Chilliwack frontman Bill Henderson, Andy Goldmark (Michael Bolton’s producer), British producer Ian Prince, who won a Grammy for his work with Quincy Jones’ Back on the Block and Toronto’s Peter Mann. The energy and spark the group had when it started is still present with the present lineup: Claude, Garth Mosbaugh, Gavin Hope and Tyrone Gabriel. It has now been over 27 years. Tours, trials, tantrums, tribulations, and tributes – and a hell of a lot of good music, good times, great singing. The Nylons continue to perform worldwide to passionate audiences and critical acclaim. The Nylons are bringing their world class live show to the Tidemark Theatre Thursday, March 14. It all begins with the voice. And The Nylons have never even needed a band - they just needed their voices, their joy, and their ability to entertain audiences.

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PROPHECY has captured the attention of North America and the World. The topic has graced the covers of TIME and Newsweek. Many are wondering if the recent worldwide political and economic upheaval are signs of the end and are turning to the Bible for answers.

Over the course of this FREE MEDIA EVENT, the book of Revelation will be explored chapter by chapter by John Bradshaw of It Is Written Television www.itiswritten.com.

“The book of Revelation is possibly the most misunderstood and confusing book in the Bible, when in fact it is the revelation of Jesus Christ.

In a world where many people are terrified of what the future holds, many are surprised to find that while Revelation holds answers to what will happen in the final days of Earth’s history - it also contains a message of peace and hope for the future.

During this series, Bible subjects typically shrouded in confusion will be made clear as we learn how the messages in this book apply to our lives today.”

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John Bradshaw.

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HOECHUCKER OPERATOR Lasota Contracting Ltd is seeking a qualified Hoechucker Operator. This is a fulltime position. Union plus rate. Email: lasota6@telus.net

ISLAND CARETAKER Mature couple in good health required as live in full time assistant caretakers for a private residential estate in the vicinity of Whaletown Bay, Cortes Island, BC. • Must be experienced with the operation & maintenance of powerboats up to 30’. • A strong mechanical aptitude is required. Must be familiar with the operation of small equipment and overall building maintenance. • Have general knowledge of grounds keeping, gardening and housekeeping. • Computer and clerical skills an asset. • Competitive salary. • A 2-bedroom home including utilities is provided. PLEASE SUBMIT RESUMES TO:

SUBTLE ISLAND ENTERPRISES INC., Fax: 250-935-8501 Email: sie@twincomm.ca Mail: P.O. Box 286, Whaletown, BC V0P 1Z0 WALCAN SEAFOOD LTD QUADRA ISLAND, B.C. Position: Maintenance Worker Salary: DOE Seeking competent and skilled person to join our Maintenance Team. Desired Skills: Walcan Seafood Ltd is accepting resumes from Journey man Electricians, Refrigeration Mechanics and/or Millwrights capable of performing maintenance and repair on a variety of equipment in a busy fish processing plant located on Quadra Island. • Equipment in our plant includes industrial ice machines, Hyab Cranes, Conveyor Belts, Compressors, fillet machines, Pallet Jacks, Strapping Machines, weigh scales, computer touchscreens, water systems and other similar equipment found in a fish processing or meat packing facility. • Strong troubleshooting skills are important. • Some flexibility exists in work schedule and may be negotiated. • Successful Applicant would have a variety of general maintenance responsibilities on a day to day basis at the plant, and would also be required to react to any issues that might arise in the day to day operations of a fish processing plant. Safe and Sanitary work is a must as we are a food processing facility. Who to Contact if Interested: Interested persons should forward resumes to apply4work@walcan.com (attention “Corby” re: maintenance position). They could also fax a resume to 250-285-2426. EDUCATION/TRADE SCHOOLS

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Cranbrook based contractor requires experienced fellerbuncher operators for full time positions. Competitive wages. Benefit pkg. Email resume to tor_kel95@hotmail.com or fax to 1(250)833-4590

LEMARE GROUP is accepting resumes for the following positions: • Coastal Certified Hand Fallers • Grapple Yarder Operators • Off Highway Logging Truck Drivers • Grader Operator • Boom man • Heavy Duty Mechanics Fulltime camp with union rates/benefits. Please send resumes by fax to 250-956-4888 or email to office@lemare.ca

EXPERIENCED PARTS person for a progressive auto/industrial supplier. Hired applicant will receive top wages, full benefits and RRSP bonuses plus moving allowances. Our 26,000ft2 store is located 2.5 hours N.E. of Edmonton, Alberta. See our community at LacLaBicheRegion.com. Send resume to: Sapphire Auto, Box 306, Lac La Biche, AB, T0A 2C0. Email: hr@sapphireinc.net.

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HOOKTENDER, F/T, Duncan, BC. Wages as per USW coastal agreement. Loader & processor experience an asset or be willing to learn to run these machines. Fax resume to 1-604-736-5320 or email to kenfraser@telus.net

For details on this posting, please check the School District’s website at www.sd72.bc.ca School District 72 • Campbell River

Journeyman HD mechanic required for oilfield construction company. Duties will include servicing, maintenance and overhaul of our equipment. The job will be predominately shop work , but with a portion of your time spent in the field. A mechanics truck will be supplied for you. The job is based in Edson, Alberta. Call Lloyd at 780-723-5051.

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To apply, please send cover letter, resume and references to: Richard Franklin, Director of Personnel, Campbell River and District Association for Community Living, 1153 Greenwood Street, Campbell River, BC, V9W 3C5, Fax: 250-286-3732 Email: richard.franklin@cradacl.bc.ca

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MERCHANDISE FOR SALE

REAL ESTATE HOUSES FOR SALE

INSURANCE

EDUCATION/TUTORING

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MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE

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A FINISHING & RENOVATION company. Husband and wife team, Journeyman Contractor and Interior Designer for kitchen cabinets, drywall mudding & painting, Bathrooms, Fireplace Mantels. Free Estimates, call Design House BC 250-2044417.

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FINANCIAL SERVICES

BOARDING

1241 Ironwood St., Campbell River, BC, V9W 5T4 Thank you in advance for your application. Only those applicants selected for an interview will be contacted.

TRADES, TECHNICAL PYRAMID CORPORATION is now hiring! Instrument Technicians and Electricians for various sites across Alberta. Send resume to: hr@pyramidcorporation.com or fax 780-955-HIRE.

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FREEHAVEN RANCH Affordable horse boarding avail at the picturesque 53 Acre ranch that is dedicated to the love of horses & natural horsemanship. Located 10 min from Courtenay in beautiful Merville with over 25 acres of pasture & hay fields. Beautiful trail through meadows & forests. Indoor/outdoors stalls for full board or self board, riding ring w/ new footing, covered round pen, tack room. Call Richard 250-465-9190 or visit www.freehavenranch.com

MERCHANDISE FOR SALE

WORK WANTED Wartah 624 Processor with operator looking for work. Camp ok. Please call 250286-6630 or email fearleso@telus.net.

10” CRAFTSMEN Radial Arm Saw, like new condition $99.00 Call 250-923-7010 DIGITAL KEYBOARD (Casio) with stand, as new $50 Call 250-923-7010 KENMORE SEWING machine with attachments & stitch selections. Great condition $50 Call 250-923-7010

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ORACLE TUTORING

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BUSINESS SERVICES

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

JEWELS, FURS

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FUR COATS, size 13/14: Lovely white beaver $300. Russian mink & Hudson seal with mink collar, $150. each. Call Lee (250)337-8857.

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REAL ESTATE

OCEAN & MT. view house in Thasis 2100 sqft 3 bdrm, 2 bath, out buildings on dbl lot $168,000. Call 250-338-9742

CAMPBELL RIVER Beautiful 1765sq ft. 3 bd/2 bth bungalow on cul-de-sac. Large entrance, fam. rm. sun rm, open liv/din rm, 3/4” oak flooring, nicely landscaped, enclosed backyard, covered patio, sideyard RV parking with hookups, HEAT PUMP, 5 appls. $282,000.00. 250-923-7010 TWO BEDROOM 1.5 bath Mobile home for sale in a quiet neighbourhood. New roof, large deck on a beautiful .25 acre lot just a minutes walk to storries beach. $145,000. Call 1-250-923-6954 to view.

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SINGLE MODULAR Home. Valley Vista Estates. 2 bedroom. 1 bath. 980 sq.ft 55 plus. $110,500 call 250-8971812 to view SUBSTANTIALLY RENOVATED 12’x60’ Mobile home. Move in cndt. great Starter/In law accom. New roof, New gas furnace, 100amp services. W/D, F/S incld. This mobile has all papers required through MHR. Pre Christmas Special $15, 000 delivered price Comox Valley 250-7025699

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MOBILE HOMES & PARKS

ROTEC ELECTRIC bed. Dbl size with night light under bed. New foam core mattress. Mattress has 2 different firmness counts. Includes set of flannel sheets. $500. Call 250-9496544. STEEL BUILDINGS/Metal buildings 60% off! 20x28, 30x40, 40x62, 45x90, 50x120, 60x150, 80x100 sell for balance owed! Call 1-800-4572206 www.crownsteelbuildings.ca

BEAUTIFUL 2 bdrm apt, insuite W/D, $850/mth. 1661 Isl. Hwy. N/P, N/S. Avail Immed. Must see! 250-286-6408 CAMPBELL RIVER- 2 bdrms, 55+ grd floor, 5 appls, F/P, patio, underground parking. Close to church, shopping, rec plex, bus. $875 inclds utils Avail now. Call 250-830-7069. CAMPBELL RIVER- 2 bdrm Townhouse, 930sq ft. NS/NP. 770 South Island Hwy. $700. Call (250)287-3990.

CR: Cedar Place 2 bdrm Apt. Avail immed. Responsible tenants wanted for a clean, quiet, secure, managed building w/ family atmosphere. Close to hospital. Laundry facilties on site. Refs req’d. 250-286-4881

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

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

250-287-7763 Turnkey Ocnfrt. 1 Bd. Avail. immed. N/S,N/P. $1,100-1,250 /mnth. Randy 250-830-4222

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.

DUPLEXES/4PLEXES 2 BDRM near all amen. $660. Cedar at 4th Avail now. 1-250889-9353.boarsnest@shaw.ca 3 BDRM, 1.5 bath duplex. Avail. March 15th, newer flooring, paint etc, F/S, D/W, great condition, quiet central location. Can be avail. furnished if required . N/S, small pets negotiable, refs req’d. Call 250230-1416.

SMALL 1-BDRM cabin, access to river. Close to downtown & bus. $650/mo. Quiet, N/S, N/P. (250)204-1346. PRICE REDUCTION- Moving. 2009 Wildwood RLSS Winter Package, 34’ OAL Mint, 15’ slider, 12’x12’ new shed, fenced yard, removable skirting located at Shelter Bay RV Resort, stay on site or relocate as required. Asking: $18,000. Call 250-286-3343.

$523,900 Custom built home in Maryland Estates. Luxury open concept living space. Call 250-204-5357 to view. OPEN HOUSE Sunday 10am2pm.http://www.forsalebyowner.ca/listing/ house-for-salecampbell-river-BC/124684 COURTENAY: 2 bdrm, 1 bath modular home on own land (.11 acre), vaulted ceilings, new carpets, 4 appls., forced air heat, fenced yard. Walking distance to all ammens. Asking $149,900. England and 18th Ave. Call (250)334-3960.

WILLOW POINT- 4 bdrm duplex. 2812B Fairmile. Avail immed. $975. 250-898-8462.

MOBILE HOMES & PADS 40’ 5TH Wheel- 3 slide outs, 1 bdrm, winterized, ocean views. $800+ utils. (250)286-8086.

RENTALS

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120 S. MURPHY St- 3 bdrm + partial bsmt, ocean view, central located. Refs req’d. $900. Avail now. 250-287-0011.

1 & 2 Bdrms available at the Cedarbrook Apts. Heat & hot water incld. Adult oriented.Indoor cat welcome. On-site laundry.Ref Req. Call 250914-0105 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. 250203-5266. 2 BDRMS- Large townhouse style apts, close to hospital, 3 schools, on site W/D. Small pets ok. $750. 250-202-0656.

AFFORDABLE FAMILY housing Campbell river & Courtenay 2, 3, 4 bdrm units, w/d hook up, f/s, children a must, refs req’d. Call 250-923-4145 or 250-703-0357. CAMPBELL RIVER- 2 bdrm level entry home with in suite laundry, all appls, window covering, close to NIC/Timberline, closes to transit routes. Asking $785/mo+ utils. Sorry No Pets or partiers. To View call: 250-286-6133. CAMPBELL RIVER- 3 bdrm upper level home w/in suite laundry, single car garage (great for storage), all appls, window coverings, close to NIC/Timberline, close to transit routes. Asking $975/mo+ utils. Sorry No Pets or partiers. To View: call 250-286-6133. C.R. OCEANFRONT fully furn. 3-Bdrm, 2 bath home - “short term” - $1800. obo. Avail Jan. 02/13. Drive by: 1047 S. Island Hwy. Call 1-604-892-5134 or renechambers@shaw.ca WILLOW POINT- 2 bdrm level entry home w/in suite laundry, all appls, window coverings, close to beaches, sm park across the road, on bus route. Asking $785/mo+ utils. Sorry No Pets or partiers. To view: call 250-286-6133. WILLOW POINT- Deluxe Galerno Road home, 1400sq ft, 2 bdrm, 2 bath, open kitchen/living rm w/office, W/D. Heated built in shop/garage. Lrg deck/private yard. $1050 mo, pets neg. 250-202-0656.

SEASONAL ACCOMMODATION $449 CABO San Lucas, all inclusive Special! Stay 6 Days in a Luxury Beachfront Resort with Meals & Drinks! For $449! www.luxurycabo hotel.com 1-888-481-9660.

SENIOR ASSISTED LIVING GOLDEN GROVE Care Facility has immediate openings in beautiful home like setting for seniors. Respite room available. For more info: 250923-7049.

SHARED ACCOMMODATION ROOMS FOR rent in town. Single person only. No Pets. Avail. Immed. (250)203-3887

CAMPBELL RIVER- 2 bdrm duplex, F/S, W/D, wood stove, close to hospital & town. NS/NP. $750. (250)286-4238.

GOLFERS SPECIAL, 1994 Yamaha golf cart, gas engine, new battery and tires. Very good shape, $1795 obo. Call Richard (250)871-2933. JOTUL F100 approved Parlour style Woodstove. Heats up to 1000 sq.ft. Ornate but efficient top or rear flue outlet. Hardly used with installation manual. $300 or make an offer. 250-949-8959 anytime.

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QUALITY 55+ patio home at Village Green. Covered parking with storage, 2 bdrms, 1.5 baths, Kitchen/eating area. Private patio/ am sun. Large LR with dining area. New paint throughout, new HW floors main areas. Immaculate. Immediate possession. $220,000 Call 250-338-8260

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HOMES FOR RENT 5 BDRM bsmt home (Campbell River) 771 S. Island Hwy. Basic family home on ocean front, $1200. Refs req’d. Avail Mar 1. (250)287-0011.

SEAVIEW MANOR, 1 & 2 BDRM Apts. Quiet, secure, includes heat & hot water onsite Manager. Call 250-2866513 or 250-204-5799.

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MERECROFT Vill. Lg 1bdr, din/Liv, F/S/D, Ldry/Bldg, No smokers, cat? $700,250-2200814, jlj408@gmail.com. Avail Mar 1.

40’ Citation park model in year round RV park in Parksville. Built on room & patio, carport & shed. Call 250-735-0239.

RENTALS

2 BEDRM condo. Avail. Feb. 1st,March 1st. Mtn view., N/S, N/P, $750/mth 250-914-2475

CAMPBELL RIVER, newer large 2 bdrm, new paint, lam floors, W/D, elevator, $725 mo Avail immed. 1(250)474-0545

FOR SALE BY OWNER

SEASONED CORDS of Fir or Mixed Firewood. Split & Delivered. 1/2 cords avail. Log Splitting avail. 250-203-5324. SEASONED FIREWOOD Vancouver Island’s largest firewood producer offers firewood legally obtained during forest restoration, large cords. Help restore your forest, Burndrywood.com 1-877-902-WOOD.

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NEED A BOOKKEEPER? Call Darlene for all your small business needs: payroll, government remittances, T-4’s, etc. 250-923-8425.

ANTIQUE DRILL press (serial #6275) and antique band saw (serial #62-4222), $995 each obo. Must go. Call for more info (250)287-3639.

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Incredible 5 acre treed PARK-LIKE PROPERTY with Well-Maintained Furnished Home 1500 sq.ft, 3-bdrm, 2 bath. Extremely close to Pristine Cowichan Lake, in the town of Caycuse. Perfect for recreational property or full time living. Motivated seller $378,800. Exceptionally low yearly cost. Not leased land. Call 250-745-3387 smartytwo@hotmail.com

RENTALS

SUITES, LOWER 1 bdrm, avail now N/P, N/S, all appl includ. Ocean view S.McLean $700 250-286-1248 1 BDRM. NP/NS. Washer/Dryer. Ref’s requ’rd. $700 Avail. Mar. 1. 250-205-0660 1 BEDRM. basement suite. N/S, N/P. Sep. entrance W/D. Free cable. Avail. March 1. $700/mth. 250-286-6408 738A BEAVERLODGE Rd, 2 bdrm basement suite, laundry facilities, carport, NP/NS, ref’s please. $750 mo. Avail March 1st. Call (250) 914-1195.

SUITES, UPPER OCEAN VIEW. 1000 sq.ft. 2 bdrm, 2 baths, 2 decks. 5 appl’s. N/S, no partiers. Pet neg. Ref’s req’d. $1050. inclds utils. C.R. Call (250)850-4027.

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WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 2013 | CAMPBELL RIVER MIRROR |

Beaks and feet will tell the tale T

he expressions “it’s a jungle out there”, “dog eat dog”, and “survival of the fittest” all refer to the hardships wild life face in order to survive. Each year Mountainaire Avian Rescue Society (MARS) receives birds or animals that have been “snatched from the jaws of death.” All living creatures, including humans are part of a very intricate food chain in which each link depends on the others; a collapse at any level can destroy the chain. If we all ate the same food it would not take long before all the available food would be consumed, so species have diversified and become specialists. Species can be categorized according to their food preferences; there are five main food groups, carnivores, herbivores, omnivores, insectivores and frugivores. Species are equipped with specially adapted features such as beaks, feet, mouths, and teeth in order to access and consume the food. Carnivores, including raptors, seals and lions, are flesh eaters which they catch and consume using sharp teeth, beaks or talons. Herbivores eat a variety of plants, flowers nectar or other vegeta-

tion; species include ing habits offend us. cows, deer, and swans. Some birds are very Insectivores consume specific with their a huge number of choice of meat, some insects, their eggs and eagles almost exclularvae which in turn sively dine on fish, keep the bug populaothers have a prefertion under control; ence for deer or seal they also keep trees meat, whilst others and plants healthy by supplement their diet gleaning insects from in harsh winters with leaves, bark and buds. ducks, or other water Many bird species fowl. It is not unusual are invaluif food is in able in this short supply department for a hawk including to prey upon bats, swalan errant lows, nutchicken that hatches and strays from chickadees. the coop, it Frugivores naturally are often preys on overlooked Sandy Fairfield other birds. but are essenOwls are MARS Moment tial seed another spedispersers ensuring cies that prefer a diet that plants and trees of rodents but it is continue to thrive. normal for larger owls Orang-utans, fruit such as great horned, bats and monkey owls snowy, and barred are examples of speowls to prey upon the cies that eat the fruit smaller saw whet and and then travel many pygmy owls. Many miles before ridding species protect themthemselves of the selves from becoming seeds. prey by their choice Finally, the Omniof food and the time vores, also known as when they hunt, this the “clean up crew.” way they eat different These are often things and avoid their opportunistic feedpredators. ers, (humans are in Although it is often this group) eating a difficult for us to withuge variety of foods. ness a raptor catch Omnivore bird species and devour its prey, include crows, ravens we have to remember and vultures. this is natural behavBy understanding iour. I think we would this complex chain be less then elegant if of specialized spewe attempted to hold cies and their food our food in our feet preferences, we can and eat with just our better understand why mouths. We would sometimes their feedask that anyone who

witnesses this normal feeding process to leave the birds to their fate. The predator will act more quickly and the prey will not suffer. It is almost certain a discarded meal will not survive the initial attack. We must also remember that raptors provide a valuable service by culling the sick or weak birds. They take those birds that do not react normally to the presence of the raptor. Many hawks also prey upon pigeons and starling both of these birds are invasive species, which are competing for food with our native species. Our wildlife policies do not allow us to rehabilitate or release these species should they be found injured. Many small birds that gather in large flocks at the backyard feeders are particularly vulnerable to attack but in fact this helps keep their populations healthy. Enjoy your bird watching and if you should witness a raptor feeding look upon this as a positive experience and leave the bird to enjoy its meal, remember wildlife is protected by laws. Please make sure you do not wrongly identify a bird that is catching another bird species. Beaks and feet will tell the tale. Slender short beaks cannot eat flesh they

are insectivores. To report injured wildlife please call our toll free number 1-800-304-9968, for any other information call 250-337-2021, or visit our web site at www.wingtips.org . MARS will be holding their annual Eagle fest on Feb. 23 at the Maritime Heritage Center in Campbell River. There will be guest speakers and live ambassador birds, including a bald eagle; it is always a fun and interesting day.

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Skip Dean Thulin (top photo) shouts out instructions to his sweepers during Sunday’s A semi-final. The Thulin rink went on to win the A title at the Ralph Boyd Men’s Open. Pictured left, are skips Terry Kratzman (front) and Gary Smith (standing) as they go head-to-head in the other A semi-final. Smith’s rink won the game before bowing out to Thulin in the final. Pictured below, third Rob Vlaj delivers the stone for the Kratzman rink in the A semi-final.

Home sweet home The A title is staying at home. The hometown favorites, Dean Thulin’s rink, captured the A event championship with a victory over Gary Smith’s team at the Ralph Boyd Men’s Open on Sunday the Campbell River Curling Club. The Thulin rink of Campbell River advanced to the final with wins over teams led by skips Dave Lawrence, Darrel Knowles and Richard Tanguay. After losing the opening match to Thulin,

the Lawrence rink advanced to the B final before losing to the Brian Conlan rink. In the C final, Brian Zealand’s team downed Ron Schmidt’s rink. And in the D final, the Jack Perry Rink defeated Richard

Lewis’ team. The 32-team tournament was played T hursday through Sunday at the curling club. The tournament is named in memory of the Ralph Boyd, one of the club founders.

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The U16 North Island Rage, sponsored by Saratoga Ventures, met the Nanaimo Raiders in the Island field lacrosse final on Saturday. The two teams have enjoyed a close rivalry all season and were looking forward to an epic match to determine the Island champions. North Island started out strong, maintaining possession of the ball and took a 1-0 on a Tanner Jones goal, assisted by Brady Garrett. Alec Molander then fought off four defenders to break through and make it 2-0. Molander scored two more and Garrett added one to make the score 5-1 at the end of the first quarter. The Rage knew that Nanaimo could take over the game at any time and continued their dominant play, with big sticks Roy Uzzell, Colton Edwards, Nathan Hoff and Alex Kussauer shutting down Nanaimo’s offense before they could get close to goaltender Sal Burchill. Molander went end-to-end early in the second quarter to score in a jaw-dropping display of athleticism. Speedy Anthony Vigneron added the Rage’s seventh goal and Graham Evans Continued on Page A34

The North Island Rage captured the Island U16 title on Saturday in Nanaimo. In the back row (from left) are Joe Whyley, Bailey Robinson, Colton Edwards, Brady Garrett, Graham Evans, Alec Molander, Sam Kussauer, Tanner Jones, Jory Clermont, Lucas Marriot Spencer and Doug Robinson. Kneeling are Alex Kussauer, Roy Uzzell, Griffin Whyley, Nathan Hoff and Anthony Vigneron. And Sal Burchill is at the front.


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SPORTS

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Workshop teaches Pruning for Health: From Tree to Table Do you have an old tree that you want to rejuvenate? Are you planning on planting and want to give your tree or shrub a fruitful start?

Join the latest Lettuce Grow class on Saturday, Feb. 16 for a hands-on and informative workshop with expert horticulturalist and edible landscaper

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This 14-day event starts February 13, 2013. Prices in this ad are in effect from Wednesday, February 13 to Tuesday, February 26, 2013. Pricing on some items may extend beyond this event. If any advertising error or omission is discovered, Intersport ® will make the appropriate corrections and notify customers as soon as possible. Quantities may be limited. Selection (styles, colours, sizes and models) may vary by store. We reserve the right to limit quantities purchased. ® IIC-INTERSPORT International Corporation GmbH, used under license by FGL Sports Ltd. All other trademarks are the property of their respective owner(s). IS-13FE13-100838-7300

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