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Drug bust nets $159,000 cash Campbell River Mounties hit a small jackpot during a drug raid earlier this month. RCMP officers seized 11 ounces of cocaine, plus $159,000 in cash, following their search of a Coronation Crescent residence on Feb. 15. It was one of the largest amounts of cash ever seized by local Mounties. “This is a significant bust which will impact the illegal drug trade in Campbell River,” said RCMP Cpl. Poppy Hallam in a news release. “This was a complex investigation stretching over several years involving a lot of evidence and hard work.” RCMP PHOTO Two men and one woman were An investigator shows one wad of arrested at the scene. cash seized in the raid. All three appeared before a justice of the peace and were released on conditions. Charged with possession of a controlled substance for the purpose of trafficking are Sinh Doan, 51, Brian Doan, 23, and Thi Nguyen, 45, all of Campbell River. They are due to appear in Campbell River provincial court on March 18.

Museum theft thwarted Police are reviewing video surveillance to identify the suspects who tried to steal two lawn mowers from the Museum at Campbell River. The attempted theft on Sunday night was thwarted by a caretaker who interrupted the thieves’ work. Police were called to the museum on 5th Avenue at 10:46 p.m. and checked the garage where the mowers are kept, but the suspects were already gone. About four hours later, at 2:27 a.m., RCMP responded to a commercial alarm at Monk Office Supply on Shoppers Row. The front door was found smashed and the business was entered, however, investigators are unsure if anything was taken. On Friday, at 9:13 a.m., police responded to a complaint of a smashed window at the Campbell River Pet Center, located at 1250 Ironwood Road. Fortunately, entry was not gained.

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Aquaculture leaders honoured at annual awards presentation The hot-smoked sablefish and the teriaki salmon were the tasty highlights of the 14th Annual Aquaculture Awards Night. The Eagles Hall was a sell-out for the banquet and awards presented by Positive Aquaculture Awareness. Fish farmers and their suppliers had a lot to celebrate Saturday night, recognizing outstanding employees who have helped improve the aquaculture industry in B.C. The 2013 award recipients were: Business of the Year Award: BC Centre for Aquatic Health Sciences. Environment Award: Mainstream Biological Consulting. Leadership Award: Kevin Onclin, Badinotti Net Services. Long-Term Achievement Award: Walter Worsley, Grieg Seafood BC. Outstanding Employee Performance Award: Kevin Kephart, Walcan Seafood. Outstanding Manager Performance Award: Dave Pashley, Marine Harvest Canada. Rookie of the Year Award: Grant Warkentin, Mainstream Canada. Outstanding Community Contribution Award: Dave Samson, Mainstream Canada. As well, $1,000 was raised and donated to the Campbell River Salmon Foundation to assist in its habitat restoration of local rivers.

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Council expected to pass tax increase KRISTEN DOUGLAS CAMPBELL RIVER MIRROR

Dan Smith (centre) at 2012 Economic Summit with former Bank of Canada Governor Mark Carney (left) and Bill Benoit of the Vancouver Island Real Estate Board.

Local native leader elected chair of Island economic board A F i r s t N at i o n s leader from Campbell River is the new chair of the Vancouver Island Economic Alliance. Dan Smith of the Campbell River Indian Band and executive member of the First Nations Summit has been named chair-elect of the Alliance and will become chair of the society in June. “Dan Smith is broadly known and well-respected,� said Alliance president George Hanson. “He has served on the VIEA board for a number of years and we are fortunate to have someone of his broad experience as our chair.� Smith has an

extensive history of working with First Nations, aboriginal organizations and the federal government. His involvement has included serving as vice-president of the Native Council of Canada, president of the United Native Nations, member of the BC Human Rights Commission, as well as numerous other boards and committees. He has worked in senior positions with Fisheries and Oceans Canada, Indian and Northern Affairs Canada, Heritage Canada, and Canada Employment and Immigration. Re c e n t l y, S m i t h served as chief nego-

tiator for the Hamatla Treaty Society on Vancouver Island. Smith was elected to the three-member political executive of the First Nations Summit, the Summit Task Group, in June 2008. The Task Group is authorized by the Summit to carry out specifically mandated tasks on issues related to treaty negotiations in B.C. The First Nations Summit, which is comprised of a majority of First Nations and Tribal Councils in BC, provides a forum for First Nations in British Columbia to address issues related to Treaty negotiations as well as other issues

of common concern. Also continuing on the board are Colleen Evans, executive director of Campbell River Chamber of Commerce; Bill Benoit, Vancouver Island Real Estate Board and past chair; Rick Roberts of Parksville; Dr. Pedro Marque z, Dean of Business Management at Royal Roads University; Marianne Stolz of Capital Asset Group in Nanaimo; Gabrielle Wickstrom of Port McNeill; Russ Burke of Canadian Western Bank; Sandy Herle of Close To You Fashions in Parksville; Lisa de Leeuw of Coast Capital Savings; and Evan Parliament of Gagnon Strategix Consulting.

A 3.91 per cent residential tax increase was expected to be signed off on by council Tuesday afternoon. A special council meeting was arranged Tuesday, after the Mirror went to press, in order for council to give first three readings to the city’s five-year financial plan which includes the 2013 city budget. Council developed the city’s financial plan over the course of four days – two in early December to form the base budget and two in late-January to work out service level changes, the capital plan and taxation levels. This is expected to be the earliest the city has ever submitted its financial plan to the province in recent history. Laura Ciarniello, the city’s manager of corporate services, said the financial plan is the culmination of a lot of hard work. “The five year financial plan represents the results of those deliberations on a consolidated basis,� Ciarniello said. “The bylaw was constructed using results of the deliberations including the council approved residential tax increase of 3.91 per cent.� The budget maintains the Parks Parcel Tax at $25 but contains no tax increase for other tax classes. Also included in the budget is $40,000 for RCMP building repairs, $25,000 for the downtown fire hall exterior repairs and painting, as well as $30,000 for exterior painting on the Community Centre. Council also approved an

increase in pay for auxiliary firefighters worth $15,340 as well as $100,000 in airport business opportunities. In an effort to partially restore funding cut from a handful of city departments last year, council also included $45,000 earmarked for maintenance and repairs on city facilities as well as $24,500 for horticulture services (gardening and grass trimming, most notably at the welcome to Campbell River sign at Jubilee and Highway 19A). The budget was approved in January by councillors Andy Adams, Ryan Mennie, Claire Moglove and Mary Storry while Mayor Walter Jakeway and councillors Ron Kerr and Larry Samson were opposed. Jakeway said more needed to be cut, particularly staffing levels at city hall, and the savings put towards the city’s $6 million debt. He also disagreed with the capital plan, in which council approved a plan to borrow $15 million over 15 years to pay for nearly $60 million in water and sewer projects between 2013 and 2017. Moglove, who did approve the budget, was concerned council drew too heavily on reserve accounts in forming the budget. “Yesterday I said we were sleep walking to the abyss,� Moglove said during a budget planning meeting Jan. 29. “I would say since then we took so much from reserves that we have gone to a jog. “With this budget, what we are doing, in my opinion, is simply postponing a tax increase to future councils.� Both Moglove and Adams warned that in the end, the city is going to have to “pay the piper.�

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Take a power challenge Do you have energy-consuming culprits in your family? Do you want to lower your monthly energy bill? The City of Campbell River and BC Hydro’s Power Down challenge, may be just what your family needs to save energy. Running from April 1 to 30, the Power Down challenge is an opportunity to save energy and star in a film that will share your energy conservation journey with the community. At the end of the challenge, the winning family will receive $1,500 toward home energy-conservation retrofits of their choice. Five Campbell River families will be selected to compete in a video project that will take place over 30 days. Each family will film their attempts to conserve energy in their homes and all the fun, creative, and crazy moments that go along with their experience. Participating families will receive an iPad to keep, professional videographer training, and a free home energy audit. The clips that each family captures through the challenge will be made into a professionally-produced film. The final film will be featured on Shaw TV, Youtube, in

Campbell River schools and at 2013 film festivals. Families and households of all ages, sizes and backgrounds are invited to participate. “The Energy Challenge is a great opportunity for families who have struggled with conserving energy in their homes and are eager to make changes,” says Amy van den Hooven, project coordinator. To enter the contest, each family will have one minute to “pitch” their story in a video interview. The videos will be shown to a panel of judges from local media and BC Hydro, who will select the top five. Judges will be looking for humour and creativity to understand each family’s energy conservation fears and mishaps. Buildings emit 23 per cent of greenhouse gases produced in Campbell River, and one of the key targets outlined in Campbell River’s Community Energy and Emissions Plan is to have two per cent of existing buildings retrofitted annually to improve energy efficiency. Sign up to participate by March 10 by contacting amy. vandenhooven@campbellriver.ca or 250-286-5721. For more information visit: www.campbellriver.ca/ residents/greencity.

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Choo choo! Paul Grieder, 2, (left) watches in awe as a model train comes down the tracks. The North Island Model Railroaders brought their annual show to the Museum at Campbell River last Saturday and Sunday. Model railroad equipment, scenery and buildings were on display and children enjoyed the demonstrations of radiocontrolled miniature heavy equipment.

Rock throwers target Dogwood hill The rock throwers on Dogwood just won’t stop. For a third straight week, RCMP responded to multiple incidents of rocks being thrown at moving vehicles in and around Dogwood Street. The latest incidents were reported to police last Thursday night. The first call came at 7:25 p.m., from a man whose vehicle was hit, presumably by rocks, on Dogwood near 9th Avenue. A few minutes later, a female driver was on the Dogwood hill, between 9th and 11th avenues, when her car was hit by rocks. At roughly the same time and same place, a couple

was driving up the hill when a rock caused a large chip in their windshield. “Police had already been called for the first complaint, and were searching for the suspect(s) on foot,” said Cpl. Poppy Hallam in a news release. “In all cases, it’s unclear which side of the Dogwood hill the rocks were coming from, but since all drivers were driving up the hill, it’s believed they were on the west side toward Elm Street.” Police have yet to arrest anyone involved in the numerous incidents. Anyone with information is urged to contact RCMP or Crime Stoppers. In a separate incident, on Saturday at 1:07 a.m.,

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Anti-bullying support A reminder to the community that today is Pink Shirt Anti-Bullying Day. Campbell River RCMP are actively involved in the cause and will be wearing anti-bullying pins and attending Carihi for an assembly and also playing basketball with the teachers at Southgate. Basketball action starts at 11:30 a.m.

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City can’t have $3.5 million promised Area D KRISTEN DOUGLAS CAMPBELL RIVER MIRROR

The city will not have access to senior government funding awarded to the Strathcona Regional District for the Area D sewer project, according to the province. The city, which wants to extend its southern boundary in order to provide sewer service to 1,000 properties from Jubilee Parkway south to Henry Road, wrote a letter Nov. 27 to the Ministry of Community, Sport and Cultural Development to inquire about funding. Mayor Walter Jakeway, who wrote the l e t t e r, w a n t e d t o deter mine whether the city could benefit from funding already awarded to the Strathcona Regional District. “Council wished to clarify whether the

city could access the $3.5 million funding for the Area D sewer project to connect included properties of Area D to the city sewer if a decision is made to restructure the city boundary,” Jakeway wrote. “Council is requesting that the $3.5 million funding for Area D sewer continue to be held by the province, but in abeyance, and committed to connecting Area D residents to city sewer, pending a successful boundary restructure or until such time that the City of Campbell River decides it is not going to proceed with such an application.” Don Fast, deputy minister of the Ministry of Community, Sport and Cultural Development, responded that the grant cannot be transferred unless agreed upon by the Strathcona Regional District and the city.

“There is no formal way that the ministry can hold the grant funding award in trust for the city,” Fast wrote. “It was acknowledged that infrastructure grants can be transferred from one local government to another. “However, specific criteria established by both the federal and provincial partners must be met, including agreement between both impacted local governments.” Fast also cautioned the city that whether or not its boundary extension goes ahead is up to the taxpayers. “Whether the project is to proceed through establishment of a SRD (Strathcona Regional District) service or through a city service following a boundary extension, is a choice that belongs to the electors of the proposed boundary

extension area within Electoral Area D,” Fast said. “If the residents and property owners in the proposed extension area are in favour of joining the city, the agreement of the city’s own electors will also be required before the city and the minister could recommend the boundary change.” Fast also warned that in order to ensure the electorate are making an informed decision, the city must provide a full disclosure on the benefits and implications of moving from rural status to municipal status, including the costs of extending the city’s sewer service to Area D and the tax impact on the average home. Since announcing its boundary extension proposal last September, the city has said it will conduct a full consultation process to infor m af fected

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we find an appropriate building that opening the dogs up to outside is not going to bother anybody,” Dorrington said. The variance could allow the dogs more outside time in her specific commercial building if Dorrington were to apply and be successful. “I greatly appreciate the fact this is being brought back,” Dorrington added. Jakeway used section 131 of the Community Charter at the Feb. 5 council meeting to effectively turn the clock back. Council had originally defeated the bylaw amendment to allow pet services in the C-2, C-4 and I-1 zones at a council meeting Jan. 22. Jakeway blamed it on confusion on the part of city staff and council and said he had voted opposed to the motion because he thought it was too restrictive. He wanted the three hour outdoor limit in I-1 extended to the two commercial zones. “The original that

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Swap and Shop proving to be a good idea KRISTEN DOUGLAS CAMPBELL RIVER MIRROR

When Sarah Baikie first heard about the concept of a children’s swap and shop she thought it would be a good fit for Campbell River. What she didn’t bank on was the overwhelming response. “The response has been fantastic,” Baikie said. “Immediately after putting up the Facebook event page, it took on a life of its own with people saying they were going or booking a table.” As of late last week, the first-annual Family Swap and Shop had 35 tables committed and Baikie expects that number to rise to 50 or 60. A family can book a table for $10 to sell gently used items such as children’s clothing, accessories, toys and even maternity clothing. For $25, small businesses can also get in on the action. Local businesses such as Discovery Toys and a face painter are already booked for the Swap

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Cari’s room supervisor Kathryn Joyce helps from left, Kairov Schafermeyer, 2, and Colton Boelk, 2, trace their hands with felt pen markers. Cari’s is one of two daycares that will benefit from Saturday’s Family Swap and Shop.

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Liberals wandering onto NDP turf The BC Liberal government’s plans to boost income taxes on business and high-income earners takes a page out of the NDP opposition’s plans, and makes sense. The NDP plan had called for the corporate tax rate to We say: And it go to 12 per cent, where it stood in 2008. The BC Liberals are boosting may hurt their the corporate tax rate to 11 per cent reputation as on April 1. fiscal managers The provincial government also will impose a higher personal income tax rate on individuals with incomes of $150,000 or more. Their provincial income taxes will rise 2.1 per cent to a rate of 16.8 per cent, as of Jan.

1, 2014. Both of these tax increases are necessary at this time, given the financial shackles the province is in. It has been running large deficits, at least partly because of much lower natural gas prices, which have affected government revenues. The province is claiming it will balance the budget in 2013-14, largely because it plans to sell more than $600 million in surplus property. The provincial government is also boosting MSP premiums again next year. This is completely unfair to moderate income earners, who do not get the exemption from paying the premiums that goes to low income people. This budget is crafted with the May 14 election in

mind. It is designed to convince wavering voters that the BC Liberals are competent money managers. Over the course of the past 12 years, the Liberals have been sound money managers much of the time, but in recent years their record has been more mixed. The Liberals were hoping for a big boost in revenue through the HST, but that was torpedoed by voters because of the bumbling way the government brought in the tax. That hurt their reputation as competent managers. By adopting part of the NDP platform, the Liberals may have unintentionally telegraphed that the NDP too has good fiscal ideas. – Black Press

Letters

Hospital site congested Building our new hospital on the same small congested site makes no sense at all. VIHA turned down the offer of donated land because they said the cost of servicing the property would be too much. Why? The servicing of the existing site is close to 50 years old. They will not only have to jackhammer the paved parking lot and haul it away, they will also have to replace a lot of the servicing and bring it up to code. Will this cost less? The existing property could be sold and moneys used to upgrade the plans for our new hospital. We must get this right for our medical professionals, our children and our grandchildren. This new hospital is going to have to last us a very long time. VIHA says there will be little disruption to ongoing services during construction. I find that very hard to comprehend. Just trying to get anywhere close to the hospital will be a nightmare. God help anyone that may have a medical emergency during this construction period of 4-5 years. Joy Shuster Campbell River 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

David Suzuki is the Don Cherry of TV science

Tom Fletcher B.C. Views

He has a white beard and a bully pulpit on CBC television, but he doesn’t use it to promote hockey fighting. Instead he sucker punches the oil and gas industry at every opportunity, with increasingly flagrant disregard for the rules of science. Public broadcasting referees keep their whistles in their pockets, wary of offending a legend. He’s David Suzuki, and he has evolved from geneticist to TV celebrity to his current role as the Don Cherry of Canadian science, an angry curmudgeon lashing out at his enemies. Earlier I wrote about Suzuki’s hit piece on the Alberta oil sands, featuring selective pollution studies

and a celebrity turn by movie director James Cameron, who toured the alleged carbon crime scene in his personal jet helicopter. Suzuki’s latest Scud missile of misinformation was launched Feb. 7 on The Nature of Things. It’s called Shattered Ground, and it borrows heavily from earlier shock docs that target hydraulic fracturing for shale oil and gas. While clearly aimed at the surging shale gas industry in B.C., this hourlong program offers little about B.C.’s long history of gas development. Suzuki’s voice-over refers briefly to B.C.’s Oil and Gas Commission, insinuating it was set up as a pet regulator protecting the industry from stricter oversight.

Mostly the show focuses on places like Dish, Texas and Dimock, Pennsylvania. The Texas segment talks about traces of neurotoxins in residents’ blood samples, blaming this on gas drilling and “fracking,” the new swear word of professional environmentalists. The evidence shows some people have these traces in their blood, but others don’t, which suggests that more likely sources are cigarettes or exposure to disinfectants. Pennsylvania and Colorado are key stops for the anti-fracking crowd. For centuries there have been places known for methane dissolved in groundwater, typically from shallow coal seams. This is where you can find a rustic

fellow to shake a jug of well water and touch his Bic lighter to it, producing a brief blue flame. The standard sequence moves to a sink and faucet, where a more impressive methane fireball is generated. Suzuki’s voice-over notes that this is the scene that really gets media attention. There’s no evidence that drilling caused it, but hey, it’s TV. Science, meet Hillbilly Handfishin’. Protest sequences take up much of the program. Moms rally against a gas well near a school in Erie, Pennsylvania, forcing evil Canadian corporation Encana to back off. An elderly Quebec woman sobs on camera, convinced that a nearby gas well will trigger a relapse of her cancer. Continued on A9


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bers of the legislature to support the amendment to the Provincial Symbols and Honours Act. The organizations proposed the designation to the provincial government in 2011, pointing to a high level of public support. Their report Do We Make it Official?: Recognizing Pacific Salmon as a BC Emblem includes public survey results that show 93 per cent of British Columbians named Pacific salmon as B.C.’s most iconic fish, and 85 per cent supported a proposal to

designate all seven species of Pacific salmon as an official emblem of the province. The province-wide public opinion survey was conducted by the Mustel Group in October 2010. “The idea complements the provincial government’s investment in Pacific salmon and their habitats,” said Dr. Brian Riddell, president and CEO, Pacific Salmon Foundation. He said that the Province’s B.C. Living Rivers Trust has funded more than 450 projects in BC

watersheds to support habitat restoration, increased capacity for management and First Nations, and local watershed planning.” “All of these are very cost-effective projects that have greatly benefited salmon and have been possible through extensive collaboration and partnerships with communities, the private sector, several foundations and all orders of government,” added Al Lill, Manager of Living Rivers – Georgia Basin/ Vancouver Island for the BC Conservation

Foundation. “The Government of British Columbia has made major investments in the conservation and restoration of our iconic Pacific salmon since 2006 through the Living Rivers Trust,” said Terry Lake, Minister of Environment. “By designating Pacific salmon as an official provincial symbol we are building on this investment, and we send a strong message to all British Columbians that we must together work for a sustainable future for Pacific salmon.”

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Fletcher: Loading up the propaganda weaponry Continued from A8 One bit of local content is a segment on fracking-induced earthquakes, presented with sombre alar m by Ben Parfitt, go-to researcher for the antiindustry left in B.C. These are detectable by sensitive instru-

ments, as is the case with some mining and other industrial activities, but according to the Oil and Gas Commission, they don’t do any actual harm. It should be noted that Suzuki doesn’t do much beyond reading a script on these

shows. He has people to load up the propaganda weaponry, just as his ghostwriter in Toronto cranks out the relatively innocuous weekly columns that run in some Black Press publications. In fairness, most episodes of The Nature of

Things are in the original spirit of the show. A recent program on an ancient Egyptian aquifer, voiced by Suzuki over National Geographic video footage, would be appropriate for a high school classroom. The same cannot be

said for this anti-fracking screed, which is plainly and recklessly calculated to twist public opinion against a crucial B.C. industry. Tom Fletcher is legislative reporter and columnist for Black Press and BCLocalnews.com tfletcher@blackpress.ca

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Plea expected from mom in shoplifting cases PAUL RUDAN CAMPBELL RIVER MIRROR

A mother of three, accused of multiple counts of shoplifting, is expected to enter a guilty plea today after spending time behind bars. Denise Hanuse, 33, was ordered into custody after her bail was revoked on Monday in Campbell River provincial court. “Can I say something?” Hanuse asked meekly from the prisoner’s box, after

defence lawyer Doug Marion had already tried to secure her release. But Judge Brian Saunderson quickly cut her off. The veteran judge said Hanuse is establishing herself as “committed thief ” who has no concern for court orders. In short, anything she had to say couldn’t possibility alter his decision. “It’s done. It’s over!” he stated. Hanuse was led away to cells at the local RCMP detachment,

but she is expected to return to court today to enter a guilty plea. Bor n and raised in Campbell River, Hanuse was residing in Victoria last spring when she was arrested for two alleged shoplifting incidents. On May 9, 2012, she was arrested for allegedly trying to steal goods worth $1,369 from the Walmart in Saanich. She was freed on bail, then arrested again on June 2 for allegedly shoplifting from a Victoria Save-

On Foods store and assaulting a store employee. Again she was freed on conditions and ordered to report to a bail supervisor. However, she allegedly failed to report on Aug. 7, in Port Hardy. At some point Hanuse returned to Campbell River. On Feb. 5, she went into the local Walmart, even though her original bail order prevents her from entering any Walmart on Vancouver Island. According to Crown

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2500

Some Restrictions Apply

Arla

Dofino

McCain Tasti Taters

680gr

ALL LE CREUSET

ional Taste Sensations! t a n r e t In

points

Wong Wing Egg Rolls

%

UPSTAIRS INSIDE QUALITY FOODS IN:

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3500

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OFF

500gr, Each

10,000

GRAD

PER

lb

European Wieners

AA

99 3

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A15

Sunrise Traditional

Fresh Pork Side Ribs

Fresh Grade A Whole Frying Chicken

Family Pack, 7.69 per kg

7.69 per kg

3

3

• No Antibiotics • No Animal By-products • Vegetable Grain Fed

49

Sunrise Traditional

• No Antibiotics • No Animal By-products • Vegetable Grain Fed

3

Fresh Bone-in Chicken Thighs 8.80 per kg

Sunrise Traditional

Fresh Split Chicken Wings

4

Bistro Flatbed Toaster QF# 9222

• •

per lb

Schneiders

Bacon 375-500gr

4

99 each

Schneiders

Wieners Selected 375-450gr

2$ for

7

Janes

Pub Style Chicken

835-907gr

699,000

Something New!

Q-Points

king Solutions! c a n S e l p m i S

Viva Puffs 300gr

Pudding or Kool Aid Snack Pak

5

3$

2$4

¢ 89

4 $5 for

Dr. Oetker

Sauce’n Cake 225gr

Dr. Oetker

Mug Cake 2x90gr

NEW!

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each

Bonus Q-Points Freybe

Bavarian Smokies 600gr, Each

10,000

Q

points 3000

Planters Bag Peanuts 550-600gr

5000

Orville Redenbacherʼs Pop Up Bowl Gourmet Popping Corn 210-246gr

5000 Lynch Sauce 375ml

Dare

for

Dr. Oetker

Pudding Supreme 90gr

for

2$5

99

Frozen Real Fruit Beckʼs Non-Alcoholic Bottle Beer Beverage 6x330ml 295ml

Ultimate Cookies 325-350gr

Minute Maid

4x99gr

Dare

8

each

bonus

Jell-O

300gr

4

99

500gr

Dare

Ruffles Macaroon Biscuits

lb

Johnsonville

Toast any bread - any thickness - any shape! Will fit 4 slices of regular size sandwich bread. Great for Hot Dog Buns, Burger Buns, Baguettes, Croissants, Pita Bread, Naan Bread, Bagels While Supplies Last! the options are endless!

for

PER

Brats or Italian Sausages

per lb

99

Bodum

lb

99

• No Antibiotics • No Animal By-products • Vegetable Grain Fed

11.00 per kg

PER

49

¢ 99

5

3$ for

¢ 99

5000 Asian Family Roasted Sesame Seeds 60gr

2500


2

99

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D O

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2

5

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H E A R T

S O M E

G O O D !

25¢

H e l p b u i l d t h e Q u a l i t y Fo o d s C o m m u n i t y H e a l t h E n d o w m e n t Fu n d !

To QF und! Health F

Delissio

250gr

El Monterey

Taquitos 794-853gr

99

El Monterey

¢

Armstrong

Cheddar or Mozzarella Cheese 600gr

Bassili’s Best

Burritos or Chimichangas

Lasagna or Spaghetti

907gr

2$ for

4

4

454gr

Steak Sauce

Kraft

400ml

475ml

3

2

99

99

6

Pasta

Hungry-Man Dinner

for

700-900gr

360-455gr

Borax Nature’s Freshener 2kg

3

3$

Unico

for

5

AUTHENTICALLY PRODUCED

100% Fruit Smoothie

IN SMALL BATCHES IN THE HEART OF ITALY

4 4 Shredded Cheese 320gr

100% Pure & Natural Orange Juice

525-720gr

4 2.63lt

Plus Applicable Fees

2$ for

Robertson’s

4 4

99

Skippy

Peanut Butter

Marmalade

99

5

Unico

Vegetable Oil 3lt

4

99

Olives

3$

375ml

Soft Margarine

for

for

8

5

99

5 4

99

Ocean Spray

Cocktail or Juice Blend 3lt

Canneloni, Manicotti or Jumbo Shells

2$ for

7

TV Dinner 280-383gr

2

99

Clorox

Tomatoes 796ml

2.4lt-2.84lt

Fresh Rain, 120’s

2$ for

5

4$ for

Fabric Softening Sheets

2$ for

5

Unico

Lasagne Noodles 375-500gr

2$ for

4

2$ for

4

Beans, Chick Peas or Lentils

4$ for

540ml

Royale

Royale

Signature Bathroom Tissue 24’s

4

Tea

Unico

Unico

Snuggle

Ultra Liquid Bleach

2$

Tetley

5

99

Facial Tissue 88’s-132’s

99

¢

5

20-24’s

for

4

Christie

Belvita Biscuit 250gr

2

99

Helping clean up where memorable meals leave off.

Select-A-Size Paper Towels

Disinfecting Wipes 70’s

5

Stouffer’s

Bistro Crustini

Disinfectant Spray 350gr

6’s

99

Plus Applicable Fees

Lysol

Lysol

Bounty

4

99

250gr

Swanson

Plus Applicable Fees

Original, 1.81kg

2$ Unico

99

Becel

1kg

250ml

99

Tropicana

Family Size Cheerios Cereal

450ml

99

Saputo

4

General Mills

Naked

Unico

2.95lt

99

for

Dressing

Swanson

20 Mule Team

Liquid Detergent

2$

375-400gr

HP

Fresh Laundry Features

Purex

Ocean’s World Cuisine

7

77

Taste Home! l a e R g n i g Brin

1lt

595-652gr

500gr

3$

99

Pizza Mozzarella Cheese

Tomato Ketchup

Skillet Meals

Natural Sliced Cheese

530ml

Bari

2

Armstrong

Authentica Sauce

Heinz

Swanson

7

77

454gr

99

Ground Coffee

125-175gr

Quickies

99

Nabob Coffee Co.

Fibre 1 Bars

Bassili’s

811-931gr

A17

from Becel or participating Dempster’s products goes to Health Care! www.dosomegood.ca

¢ 25

General Mills

Rising Crust Pizza

5 99 5 99 2 99 3

WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 2013 | CAMPBELL RIVER MIRROR |

3

99

3

99

Cascade

3

Dishwasher Detergent

Assorted Sizes

99


2

99

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D O

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To QF und! Health F

Delissio

250gr

El Monterey

Taquitos 794-853gr

99

El Monterey

¢

Armstrong

Cheddar or Mozzarella Cheese 600gr

Bassili’s Best

Burritos or Chimichangas

Lasagna or Spaghetti

907gr

2$ for

4

4

454gr

Steak Sauce

Kraft

400ml

475ml

3

2

99

99

6

Pasta

Hungry-Man Dinner

for

700-900gr

360-455gr

Borax Nature’s Freshener 2kg

3

3$

Unico

for

5

AUTHENTICALLY PRODUCED

100% Fruit Smoothie

IN SMALL BATCHES IN THE HEART OF ITALY

4 4 Shredded Cheese 320gr

100% Pure & Natural Orange Juice

525-720gr

4 2.63lt

Plus Applicable Fees

2$ for

Robertson’s

4 4

99

Skippy

Peanut Butter

Marmalade

99

5

Unico

Vegetable Oil 3lt

4

99

Olives

3$

375ml

Soft Margarine

for

for

8

5

99

5 4

99

Ocean Spray

Cocktail or Juice Blend 3lt

Canneloni, Manicotti or Jumbo Shells

2$ for

7

TV Dinner 280-383gr

2

99

Clorox

Tomatoes 796ml

2.4lt-2.84lt

Fresh Rain, 120’s

2$ for

5

4$ for

Fabric Softening Sheets

2$ for

5

Unico

Lasagne Noodles 375-500gr

2$ for

4

2$ for

4

Beans, Chick Peas or Lentils

4$ for

540ml

Royale

Royale

Signature Bathroom Tissue 24’s

4

Tea

Unico

Unico

Snuggle

Ultra Liquid Bleach

2$

Tetley

5

99

Facial Tissue 88’s-132’s

99

¢

5

20-24’s

for

4

Christie

Belvita Biscuit 250gr

2

99

Helping clean up where memorable meals leave off.

Select-A-Size Paper Towels

Disinfecting Wipes 70’s

5

Stouffer’s

Bistro Crustini

Disinfectant Spray 350gr

6’s

99

Plus Applicable Fees

Lysol

Lysol

Bounty

4

99

250gr

Swanson

Plus Applicable Fees

Original, 1.81kg

2$ Unico

99

Becel

1kg

250ml

99

Tropicana

Family Size Cheerios Cereal

450ml

99

Saputo

4

General Mills

Naked

Unico

2.95lt

99

for

Dressing

Swanson

20 Mule Team

Liquid Detergent

2$

375-400gr

HP

Fresh Laundry Features

Purex

Ocean’s World Cuisine

7

77

Taste Home! l a e R g n i g Brin

1lt

595-652gr

500gr

3$

99

Pizza Mozzarella Cheese

Tomato Ketchup

Skillet Meals

Natural Sliced Cheese

530ml

Bari

2

Armstrong

Authentica Sauce

Heinz

Swanson

7

77

454gr

99

Ground Coffee

125-175gr

Quickies

99

Nabob Coffee Co.

Fibre 1 Bars

Bassili’s

811-931gr

A17

from Becel or participating Dempster’s products goes to Health Care! www.dosomegood.ca

¢ 25

General Mills

Rising Crust Pizza

5 99 5 99 2 99 3

WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 2013 | CAMPBELL RIVER MIRROR |

3

99

3

99

Cascade

3

Dishwasher Detergent

Assorted Sizes

99


A18

| CAMPBELL RIVER MIRROR | WEDNESDAY, FEBRARY 27, 2013

Vienna

Roast Beef or New York Style Corned Beef

1

1

per 100gr

10 Pack Crispy

Chicken Drumsticks

Cooked Instore

BBQ Pork Back Ribs

1

10,000

points

bonus

Armstrong Melts Slices 125gr

2500 Pillsbury Apple Turnovers 383gr

3500

Crisco Shortening 454gr

per 100gr

Our Own Fresh Made

2

PER gr

100

1

2

Sesmark

Method Liquid Laundry Detergent

99 per 100gr

75-96gr

3

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

49

Method Cleaner Selected, 828ml

2500 Jiffy Plain Lunch Bags 50ʼs

5000 Glad Cling Wrap 90m

each

Airwick Solid Air Freshener 170gr

3000

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

895 495

Serving Suggestions

Fresh Ling Cod Fillets

Pink Salmon Fillets Stuffed with Crab & Shrimp

2

29

1

49

Fresh Hand Peeled Shrimp

2

99 per 100gr

PER gr

100

41/50 Count

1

Cooked White Tiger Prawn Tails Frozen or Previously Frozen

U10 Size

Colossal East Coast Scallops Frozen or Previously Frozen

3

69 per 100gr

Imitation Crab Meat

PER

100gr

69 per 100gr

89

¢

per 100gr

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3500

8 Pieces

Available at Select Stores

300ml

5000

5

95

Medium

Method Liquid Dish Soap

2500

per 100gr

Chow Mein

Crackers

3000 532ml

100

29

per 100gr

Cheese

49

PER gr

Chicken Salad or Artichoke Asiago Chicken Fusilli Salad

Medium

Swiss

Emmenthal

1

69

99

69

Each

Q

Maple Ham

Roast Turkey Breast

49

Bonus Q-Points

Grimm’s

Sunrise


WEDNESDAY, FEBRARY 27, 2013 | CAMPBELL RIVER MIRROR |

Bakery Fresh

Bakery Fresh

Cheese Buns

Alpine Bread

2$ for

Bakery Fresh

Bakery Fresh

9” Apple Crumble Pie

Cookies

4

Selected 12 Pack

99 7

3 Blueberry Muffins

Bar Cake

6 Pack

Country Harvest

Bread

Strawberry Shortcake

Selected 675gr

Casa Mendosa

Cream Puffs

10” Tortillas

12

2 $5 for

SCAN THIS SPECIAL QR (QUICK RESPONSE) CODE WITH YOUR SMARTPHONE FOR A LIST OF GLUTEN FREE PRODUCTS

Love Crunch Organic Granola

Organic Cereal

2 $6

Madhava

Organic Flavored Agave Nectar

WOW!

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49

Organic Flax Plus Meal or Flaxseeds

Quality Fresh

¢ PER

100gr

Family Favourites Trail or Manhattan Mix 225-250gr

2 $5 for

Purex

Envirocare Double Roll Bathroom Tissue 12’s

99 6

Cascades

Enviro White Facial Tissues

130’s

Country Harvest Bread

Cinnamon Raisin or Cranberry Muesli, 675gr

5000 Olafsonʼs Pita Wraps 6ʼs

3500 Cuisine Camino Organic Fairtrade Chocolate Chips 225gr

3000

Cuisine Camino Organic Cocoa Powder 224gr

3500 Letʼs Do Organic Unsweetened Coconut 250gr

425gr

99 3

for

99 2

Nature’s Path

for

2 $5

333gr

99 2

Selected 284-400gr

points Q

bonus

3500

325gr

Nature’s Path

10,000

8ʼs

for

Nature’s Path

Each e

Weight Watchers Multigrain Flat Rolls

6-10’s

99

6 Pack

Original Cakerie

99 3

for

69

Bonus Q-Points

Bakery Fresh

2$6

Each

Scotch Mints

A19

Twinings of London

Tea 50’s

99 4 Quality Fresh

Sweet Treats Yogurt Raisins

199

200gr

100% Recycled Fibres 2 Ply

¢ 99 for

Quality Fresh

Hold the Salt Pecans Halves or Pieces 125gr

99 3

5000 Rogers Oat Bran Cereal 500gr

3000 WC Cat Litter 5kg

5000 Cesar Bistro Dog Food 12x100gr

5000


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| CAMPBELL RIVER MIRROR | WEDNESDAY, FEBRARY 27, 2013

Drop in between 4:00 AND 6:00 PM for a fresh

NEW APPY SPECIAL!

Pink Lady Apples It denotes pleasure. Its crunch combined with the subtle aromas of wild strawberries, vanilla, litchi and rose give this fruit a unique and long lasting taste! It is the perfect balance of sweet and slightly tart!

Pink Lady Apples

Hawaiian “Dole”

Super Sweet Pineapple

3

Extra Large

99

F

6$

ORG

1

Fresh Blueberries

2$ for

ANIC

3.28 per kg

7

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Organic Bunched Carrots

Gerbera Bouquet

12 11 99 each

99

each

2$ for

4

for

MON.

25

TUES.

WED.

THUR.

FRI.

SAT.

SUN.

26

27

28

1

2

3

WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES

per lb

N RGA

Fancy

Organic Avocados

2$

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

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758-3733 754-6012 756-3929 890-1005 331-9328

IC

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Organic Ambrosia Apples

1 5

Mexican “Hass Variety”

3ct Bag

“Photos for presentation purposes only”

7 DAYS OF SAVINGS – FEBRUARY/MARCH

2

Green Beans

Chilean “Premium”

California “Fresh”

Pink Flamingo Bouquet

per lb

Mexican Fresh

5

FLORAL

Large Kiwi Fruit

49

1pt Clamshell

Fresh Blackberries

LORAL

Italian “Premium”

for

California Grown

for

1

3.28 per kg

each

6oz Clamshell

2$

Washington Extra Fancy

3.73 per kg

69 per lb


Games&Puzzles WEDNESDAY, FEBRARY 27, 2013 | CAMPBELL RIVER MIRROR |

NOW PLAYING:

February 22-28

Escape From Planet Earth 3D (G)

Nightly 7:00 & 9:05 (No 9:05 on Thurs. Feb. 28th); Sat & Sun Matinee 1:00

Escape From Planet Earth 2D (G) Sat & Sun 3:05

Identity Thief (14A) Nightly 7:20 & 9:45; Sat & Sun Matinees 1:20 & 3:45

A Good Day to Die Hard (14A) Nightly 7:20 & 9:30; Sat & Sun Matinees 1:20 & 3:30

Safe Haven (PG) Nightly 7:10 & 9:40; Sat & Sun Matinees 1:10 & 3:40 Snitch (PG) Nightly 7:00 & 9:30; Sat Matinees 3:30, Sun Matinees 1:00 & 3:30

Jack the Giant Slayer 3D (PG) Advance Screening Thurs. Feb. 28th 10:00pm Aida (The MET Opera) Saturday Feb. 23 10:00am

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HOROSCOPES Febraury 24 – March 2

ARIES There is lots of work on the horizon and the full moon seems to be bringing you some extra stress. You’ll have to organize yourself differently to get everything done. TAURUS Lots of people want your attention. You find yourself at the centre of their world in one way or another, which is great for your self-esteem. GEMINI You might hear about a great real estate opportunity. You start to think more and more seriously about selling or buying a property.

VIRGO You try to please everyone and to create a harmonious atmosphere around you. Be careful not to tire yourself out; set your limits as clearly as possible. LIBRA You may feel quite a lot of tiredness building up, and the full moon is partly to blame. Try to pay special attention to your health. SCORPIO You find yourself in the middle of a crowd where there is a fair amount of stress in the air. You could play a very important role here and may even make a heroic gesture.

CAPRICORN You decide to leave on a mid-winter break even though you’re overloaded with work at the office. Just take your files with you and work with two feet in the sand.

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AQUARIUS When your financial situation isn’t up to snuff, you are able to react quickly to find the necessary solutions. Just be creative and remind yourself to practise a little self-discipline. PISCES With a few well-placed compromises you obtain complete satisfaction. You succeed in finalizing an agreement at work that will have a positive longterm impact. ANSWER TO CROSSWORD

ANSWER TO SUDOKU PUZZLE

35. Foot (Latin) 36. Hearths 39. Milksops 40. Wax letter closures 44. Withdraw from circulation 45. Manila hemp 47. An alloy of copper and zinc 48. Fire embers 50. Thousand cubic feet (abbr.) 51. Catches 56. British Air Aces 57. Blossoming

debris 23. Ballerina painter Edgar 25. Work stoppage 26. Self-immolation by fire rituals 28. Can’t move 29. Measures atmospheric pressure 31. Dash 34. Adult male human

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SAGITTARIUS You can expect to carry a lot of family and professional responsibilities this week. You begin to appreciate more clearly the path that lies ahead of you.

DOWN 1. Cavalry sword 6. Cleaving tools 11. Fall flower 14. Insures residential mortgages 15. Gran Argentine plain 16. Beak or bill 18. Isaac’s mother 21. Sloping loose rock

SUDOKU

LEO You hear lots of talk about numbers at this time of year. Your head may be spinning as you calculate and recalculate your finances.

PUZZLE PAGE



CANCER You spend part of your days in the cafeteria just gabbing about and with people. This is a good way to develop some new relationships.

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28. Cornbreads 30. Radioactivity unit 31. Flax spinning staff 32. Upbeat part of a measure 33. Inheritors 36. Marked by extreme emotion or force 37. Perceive with the eye 38. A very large body of water 39. Nuclear near reach weapon 41. Basics 42. Thai language 43. In short supply 46. Wings 49. Left heart there 51. Domestic swine 52. They ___ 53. Point midway between S and E 54. Western states time zone 55. Upstate NY airport code 58. Iron 59. Libyan dinar 60. Trauma center 61. Point midway between N and E

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


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Edward James Walters

December 13, 1947-February 20, 2013

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It is with sad hearts that we announce the sudden passing of Ed. He will be sadly missed by his wife Connie, his children Rebeca (Derek), Corbie (Dorrel), Cameron (Bree), and his six grandchildren. Friends and family will miss his sense of humor, kindess and generosity. Edâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s many years at Action Sports allowed him to share his love, passion and knowledge of all sports, especially hockey; and yes, that would include cards. (Thank you Jeff!) There will be a celebration of Edâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s life at a later date; time and place to be announced. In lieu of ďŹ&#x201A;owers, for those wishing, a charitable donation in Edâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s memory may be made to Minor Hockey.

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David, John (Red) Francis - Passed away peacefully on Tuesday, February 19, 2013, surrounded by his loving family. He was predeceased by his wife Kathleen(Kay) in 2008. He is survived by his daughter Corrinne Barrett, Allyson Crowe, stepson Myron Anderson, grandchildren Leila Ball, Lincon Barrett, Heather Crowe, and Rhonda Crowe. John was a lifetime member of the Elks Club, enjoyed hunting and ďŹ shing, was a tugboat captain, logger, and a ďŹ shing guide on the B.C. west coast. He enjoyed the great outdoors and retired to Campbell River in 1994. John was a great story teller who enjoyed sharing his adventures along with his homeade wine, with all his friends and family. He will be greatly missed by all who knew him. Private family arrangements with cremation, to take place at Elk Falls Crematorium For those wishing, donations in Johnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s memory may be made to the Elks Children Summer Camp.

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IN MEMORIAM

IN MEMORIAM

Gloria Jean Van Bergen

March 6, 1942 - February 28, 2009

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WEDNESDAY, FEBRARY 27, 2013 | CAMPBELL RIVER MIRROR | COMMUNITY ANNOUNCEMENTS

COMMUNITY ANNOUNCEMENTS

LEGALS HELP WANTED

LEGALS HELP WANTED

School District 72 (Campbell River) School District No. 72 is seeking applications for the following positions:

Casual School Secretary Casual StrongStart BC Facilitator For details on these postings, please check the School Districtâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s website at www.sd72.bc.ca School District 72 â&#x20AC;˘ Campbell River

EDUCATION/TRADE SCHOOLS

HELP WANTED

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ESTABLISHED GROUNDS maintenance company requires 2 full time employees in the Campbell River area. Supply your resume & attributes to: ziggy_7@shaw.ca. Only shortlisted applicants will be responded to for a job interview. Thank you!

FIREARMS TRAINING & C.O.R.E. Non Restricted & restricted. C.O.R.E. Course starts: Fri. March 8 6:00pm-10:00pm Sat. March 9 8am-noon C.O.R.E. continues March 11, 12, 13 6:00pm-10:00pm

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COMMUNITY ANNOUNCEMENTS

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LEGALS

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HELP WANTED HOLBROOK DYSON LOGGING LIMITED- requires a full time processor operator to run a Tigercat H855C with Waratah HTH624 head. Full year work and union rates/benefits apply. Please fax resumes to 250-287-9259. GUARANTEED JOB Placement: General Laborers and Tradesmen For Oil & Gas Industry. Call 24hr Free Recorded Message for Information: 1800-972-0209.

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DAVE LANDON Motors has an opening for an Automotive Salesperson. This is a full time commissioned position and comes with a full benefits package. The position requires a commitment of time, energy, constant learning, proficiency with new technology, ambition and tthe he ability to excel in customer service. If you have these skills needed to succeed, please email your resume to dlsales@telus.net.

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EDUCATION/TRADE SCHOOLS

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CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

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Operations Planner Certified Welder (Temporary) Heavy Duty Mechanic Master Mechanic Ticketed Automotive Mechanic Detailed job postings can be viewed at

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CERTIFIED DENTAL ASSISTANT available a few days a month. Email Resume to: carmen@dogwooddental.com or drop your resume off at 150 Dogwood Street, Campbell River

Program: The Nanwakolas Council is a non-proďŹ t society based in Campbell River, BC that provides a variety of services to its eight member First Nations. The NanÂŹÂŹwakolas Council is in need of a Community Wellbeing Coordinator to work with the member First Nations in the development of an implementation strategy designed to address member First Nationsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; community wellbeing needs, goals and priorities. Related to this is the development of a First Nation capacity strengthening strategy that seeks to identify and address capacity deďŹ ciencies both at the individual First Nation and regional level. This is a fulltime position and will be based in Campbell River, BC, and will be term limited to December 31, 2014. Compensation: $45,000 to $50,000

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MERCHANDISE FOR SALE

MERCHANDISE FOR SALE

REAL ESTATE

REAL ESTATE

MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE

FOR SALE BY OWNER

HOUSES FOR SALE

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

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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FREE JVC TV, good working order. Call (250)203-9673.

HOME/BUSINESS SERVICES

MEN’S ROLLERBLADES. Size 9. Good quality. Used once. $50. 250-923-6975

CLEANING SERVICES HOUSE CLEANING Services. Privately contracted. $23/hr. References available. Criminal record check. 250-286-4848.

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

GARDENING Adams Tree Service. Hedge trimming, lawn/garden maintenance, tree pruning. Log splitting, stump grinding and removal. 250-203-5324

FRIENDLY FRANK ENTERTAINMENT CENTRE4’x7’, $99. Call (250)203-9673.

FUEL/FIREWOOD

Clean Burn Pellet Fuel Okanagan Pellet Fuel And Animal Bedding

Chris McLean 250-757-9232 or 1-877-581-3311

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STEEL BUILDINGS/metal buildings 60% off! 20x28, 30x40, 40x62, 45x90, 50x120, 60x150, 80x100 sell for balance owed! Call 1-800-4572206 or check online at: www.crownsteelbuildings.ca

MISCELLANEOUS WANTED BROKEN/UNWANTED washers, dryers, stoves, fridges. P/U free. Call 250-202-8776

PICKUP TRUCK of firewood. Cut, split and delivered. Call after 6pm, 250-914-3344.

HANDYPERSONS

CR HANDYMAN

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PERSONAL SERVICES

JUNK REMOVAL

EDUCATION/TUTORING

Repairs All Kinds

HOMES WANTED 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

HOUSES FOR SALE

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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MOBILE HOMES & PARKS

FURNITURE

ORACLE TUTORING

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RATTAN SUNROOM Set. Five Piece. Sofa, chair, 2 swivel reclining chairs and foot stool. $1000 Firm. Please call 250-941-2809.

250-830-0295. INSURANCE

FINANCIAL SERVICES

Autoplan Manager & Level 1 or 2 Agents required for busy location INSIDE SUPERSTORE in Campbell River. Manager’s duties to include, but not limited to the training and mentoring of staff and overseeing day to day functions of a busy Autoplan office. Agents must be experienced with all types of ICBC transactions and possess exceptional customer service skills. Flexible hours and competitive wage & benefit package. Send resume to Donna Dobish either by Fax 604-983-6933 or email to

donna@ sussexinsurance.com Please state Campbell River when submitting resume.

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HOME IMPROVEMENTS 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.

CURT’S LANDSCAPING tree service, stump removal,landscaping installations, hedge trimming, pruning, brush chipping, fruit and ornamental tree pruning. Free estimates. Call (250)830-8776

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PETS PETS CHINCHILLA BLACK Very friendly. 3-4yrs old. Includes. large cage & accessories. $200. 250-286-6850 SHITSU PUPPIES, 3 Males $500, 1 Female $550. 1st shots, de-wormed, healthy, non shedding, playful and paper trained. Ready now. 250-923-4761

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.

MERCHANDISE FOR SALE

M O N E Y P ROV I D E R . C O M $500 Loan and +. No Credit Refused. Fast, Easy, 100% Secure. 1-877-776-1660.

WANTED. SYBIL ANDREWS linocut pictures, any series. Will pay top dollar. (416)8798119 or juncinv@aol.com

ART OBJECTS

HOME IMPROVEMENTS

SAVING MARRIAGES, ONE PROJECT AT A TIME Retired contractor with time on his hands and plenty of experience will help with your projects. No job is too small. Will take on most anything around your home, you name it. Need a deck or fence built, doors or windows installed, floors replaced, electrical, plumbing, equipment repairs, or finish that old half-finished project...

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JEWELS, FURS

RENTALS

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

APARTMENT/CONDO 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.

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PRICE REDUCED! 2009 Wildwood 27 RLSSLE Northwest Package. Showroom condition, slide out, 12’x12’ shed, fenced yard, custom skirting. Privacy site at Shelter Bay RV Resort, stay here or relocate. Asking $17,500 Call 250286-3343.

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. LT 10 WOODMIZER Bandsaw with woodmizer blade sharpener and possible trailer if price is right. Call Steve 250949-6599 between 6pm and 8:30pm for more info. Moving! to the U.K. must sell: Aero Pilates machine, lady jazz golf clubs. Pfaff hobbylock serger, B & D blender/processor, Hamilton beach toaster oven, Steam Extreme cleaner, Brass Button bears collection, Gamecube, PS 2 w/games & accessories. 250- 897-1266

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.

MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS ZENDER UPRIGHT PIANO. Excellent condition. Comes w/ 2 benches, lamp and some beginners music. $600. OBO 250-287-4689.

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

REAL ESTATE APARTMENT/CONDOS

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

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CAMPBELL RIVER- 2-bdrm in quiet 6-plex, N/S. Avail now. $685. (250)204-2797 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.

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CAMPBELL RIVER, 2 bdrm, 2 bath Condo/Apt, includes elec F/P, D/W, $750 mo. Avail March. 1. Hans (250)286-1876

CAMPBELL RIVER- 2 bdrm Townhouse, 930sq ft. NS/NP. 770 South Island Hwy. $700. Call (250)287-3990.

AUCTIONS

AUCTIONS CAMPBELL RIVER

2 BED apt. close to Timberline & NIC, 5 appl, private/quiet location $775/month, 1 small pet allowed, newly reno’d. Avail Mar. 1st. 250-287-3556

$179,500. Spacious 1110sq ft, 2 bdrms, 2 bath, top floor, ocean view condo. New roof, new balcony, lrg master bdrm & ensuite, lots of storage, insuite W/D, skylight in kitchen, thick carpet except in bathroom/kitchen/laundry, 5 appls. Adult building, no pets, no rentals. Call 250-203-9673.

FOR SALE BY OWNER PORT MCNEILL: Small 2 bdrm, 1 bath home on easy care lot, partial ocean view. New flooring and roof. Possible rent to own for qualified buyer. $135,000. Call 250902-9582 or 250-956-2388.

OCEAN & MT. view house in Thasis 2100 sqft 3 bdrm, 2 bath, out buildings on dbl lot $168,000. Call 250-338-9742 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 SINGLE MODULAR Home. Valley Vista Estates. 2 bedroom. 1 bath. 980 sq.ft 55 plus. $110,500 call 250-8971812 to view

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 Ground Floor apt. Fully furnished; 1 bdrm/1 person. Shared laundry, N/S, N/P; all utilities inc. except phone. $850/mth. 250-923-1707 or 250-203-0592 OCEAN VIEW Bachelor- 1 & 2 Bdrm suites available. Large, clean & bright. Starting at $600. Utilities included in some units. Seniors discount. Call 250-286-1175.


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The world awaits at the Royal BC Museum From captivating images from the world’s finest wildlife photographers to a fascinating in-depth look at the 1911 - 1912 race to the South Pole, the Royal BC Museum is presenting exhibits truly international in scope this spring and summer. At the same time, both locals and visitors

will also appreciate the detailed look at the cultural celebrations of Victoria’s own Chinatown, along with the many regular familyfriendly exhibits for which the museum is renowned. Learn more about t h e s e eve n t s a n d more in the Royal BC Museum Spring/Sum-

mer Guide. Inside, find details about special lectures, Family Sunday activities, spring break and summer camps, coming exhibits and much more, designed to highlight natural and human history here at home and around the globe. The guide will be available online

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through eEditions on individual Black Press newspaper websites, including campbellrivermirror.com T he Royal BC Museum will also have the guide available onsite and through its website, www.royalbcmuseum.bc.ca “ T h e Ro y a l B C Museum is a world-

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class cultural attraction right in the heart of Victoria. We’re pleased to showcase this season’s exciting, innovative program for the Black Press readership,” says Penny Sakamoto, Black Press Victoria’s Group Publisher. An iconic attraction on Victoria’s Inner

Harbour, the Royal BC Museum brings alive British Columbia’s past, present and future with a collection of more than seven million unique objects and documents, along with special events and visiting exhibits. The museum is open from 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. daily, with extended

summer hours until 10 p.m. Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays from May 23 to Sept. 28. The National Geographic Theatre is also onsite showing a rotating series of films from 10 a.m. daily. For more information, visit www.royalbcmuseum.bc.ca

Hoopnosis ADULT HOOPFIT No Experience Mondays – March 4-28 10am – 11am $56

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ADULT BEGINNER Hoop Dance & Stretch No Experience Thursdays – March 7-28 6:30pm – 7:30pm $56

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TINY HOOPERS Ages 4,5, 6 & 7 Fridays – March 8-29 4:30pm – 5:30pm $32

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YOUTH HOOP, DANCE & STRETCH Beginner • Ages 9-14 Fridays March 8-29 5:30pm – 6:30 pm $56

Classes will be held up stairs at Urban Dance Connection

RENTALS

RENTALS

RENTALS

RENTALS

TRANSPORTATION

TRANSPORTATION

TRANSPORTATION

APARTMENT/CONDO

HOMES FOR RENT

HOMES FOR RENT

SUITES, UPPER

AUTO FINANCING

SPORTS & IMPORTS

TRUCKS & VANS

Penthouse Style 1bdrm on 3rd floor w/ view of ocean & Quadra. 6 appl, patio. A must see. Everything incl. Available immediately. 250-204-9120 ROCKLAND House. Lg 1bdr, din/Liv, F/S/D, Ldry/Bldg. No smokers.$700. 250-220-0814, jlj408@gmail.com avail Mar 1 SEAVIEW MANOR, 1 & 2 BDRM Apts. Quiet, secure, includes heat & hot water onsite Manager. Call 250-2866513 or 250-204-5799. ST. ANDREWS Village. Large bright 1 & 2 Bedroom renovated apartments in quiet crime free building. Non smoking, near hospital. (250) 287-3556 Turnkey Ocnfrt. 1 Bd. Avail. immed. N/S,N/P. $1,100-1,250 /mnth. Randy 250-830-4222

2 BEDROOM house for rent. 1000 square feet with a nice yard, 1 bath, includes a washer & dryer. No smoking. Pls call 250-202-4655 if interested.

WILLOW POINT- Deluxe Galerno Road home, 1400 sq 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.

BLACK CREEK- ocean front property, ground level, 2 bdrms, 2 appls, shared W/D. N/S. Hydro/heat incld. $900 mo. Call (250)337-5182.

DreamTeam Auto Financing “0” Down, Bankruptcy OK Cash Back ! 15 min Approvals

1992 NISSAN Stanza LE. Power breaks, steering, windows. New breaks. Complete tune up. Good tires. $2400 O.B.O. 250-204-6411.

2003 WIND STAR VAN. Automatic remote starter, Bruno lift. Comes with or without scooter. 147,400 km. Fully inspected. $7000. (250)338-1961.

MOTORCYCLES

UTILITY TRAILERS

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. 5 appl. Woodstove, garage/shed. Pets Ok. Avail. immed. $850. 250-286-1630 2 BDRM near all amen. $660. Cedar at 4th Avail now. 1-250889-9353.boarsnest@shaw.ca LARGE 3BDRM 3bth. Diningrm., rumpus rm, lg. laundry/storage. N/S. Some ocean view. Walk to town. Avail. Mar. 1. $975/mnth. 250-287-2745 WILLOW POINT- 4 bdrm duplex. 2812B Fairmile. Avail immed. $975. 250-898-8462.

HOMES FOR RENT 1,650 sq ft of ocean view living, 2 bdrm+ den, 2 baths, 2 wood F/P, 5 appls, carport, N/S, N/P. Refs req’d. $1,150/mo. 250-286-3309. CAMPBELL RIVER: Funky old 2 bdrm on large Twilingate Rd lot, pets ok, $735 mo. Call (250)923-3635.

4 BDRM 2 bath ocean view home. 3 up 1 down. Large yard with private areas, appl’s incld’d. Pets considered. 845 Marina Blvd. $1400/m, long term nego. Call 250-203-4130 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. MINUTES FROM Storries Beach- L/T tenant, 55+, 2 bdrms, F/S, D/W, airtight, garage, storage, NS/NP. Refs. Mar 1. $885. 250-923-1359.

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.

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

SHARED ACCOMMODATION FURNISHED ROOMS $400450/ea Cable/wireless, laundry incl. Oceanview. 1/2 block to bus. NS/NP. 250-287-3616

862 BIRCH ST 2 Bedroom Suite, excellent location, walking distance to downtown, shopping, hospital and ocean. Private yrd in the back and a walk around deck in the front. Stainless steel appls. N/S, pets neg. Quiet & responsible person apply only Avail. March 1. $1100/mth Call 250-465-9190

Retired, disabled ex-professional seeking accom. to lease. Preferred quiet, grd. level, 2 bdrm unit w/patio. Pet friendly. W/D hookup. Close to town/hospital. Lg soaker tub. Reply to file # 179 c/o CR Mirror, 104-250 Dogwood St, CR, V9W 2X9.

TRANSPORTATION AUTO FINANCING

CARS

2010 YAMAHA TW200, on road/off road, 120km, $4,000 obo 250-923-3431 or 250-2021340

SPORT UTILITY VEHICLES 2002 MERCEDES Benz C230. Very low kms. New tires, silver/black interior. Excellent condition. Parked in winter. Manual, 6 speed. Leather seats. $7900. 250-287-2645 2007 CUSTOM Chev HHR. Excellent condition. Loaded. White. 119,000 km, mostly hwy driven. On-Star. $11,900 firm. 250-755-5191.

UTILITY TRAILER 4’x8’ box. New last Oct. 2000lbs rated. Used to haul motorcycle. $1600. Port Hardy. 250-9497333. 98,000 KMS. Ford Explorer XLS. 4 Doors + Extras. $7100. Call 250-287-2009.

TRUCKS & VANS

2008 PONTIAC Torrent GXP, 110,000 KMS, all wheel drive, 6 speed automatic, power everything, heated leather, sunroof, bumper to bumper warranty. Fully loaded, asking $16,995 obo. (250)897-1266 or (250)897-2047.

CAMPBELL RIVER- 1 bdrm, 5 appls including laundry. Garage. $700./mo + utils. NS/NP. Call (250)287-7960. C.R. 1-BDRM Lower level suite, N/S, N/P. Utils incl. Ref. req’d. $475/mth Avail. imm. 250-287-4585 after 8p.m.

WANT A vehicle but stressed about your credit? $500 cash back to pay off Christmas bills. Good credit/Bad credit. www.creditdrivers.ca or call 1-888-593-6095.

WANTED TO RENT

1 bdrm, avail now N/P, N/S, all appl. includ. Ocean view S.McLean $700 250-286-1248

QUADRA ISLAND. 2 bdrm house in Quathiaski Cove, close to ferry & shopping. Loft area with lots of storage space. F/S, W/D incld. Avail now. $600./mo. (250)285-2312

WILLOW POINT- 4 bdrm bsmt home.NS/NP. Refs req’d. $950 (250)286-6022, after 6pm.

Spacious 3 BR townhouse in WP 1 1/2 bathrooms, 4 appl. $800/mth. Call 250-923-6939

SUITES, LOWER

1 BED N/S, N/P ref. req’d. Own entrance, shared laundry $650 Hydro, TV & internet incl. Call 250-287-7336

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.

TOWNHOUSES

SENIOR ASSISTED LIVING

OYSTER RIVER 1Bdrm cottage, newly remodeled, close to shops/bus,quiet 55+ adult bldgs. NS/NP. Laundry avail. $625. Call 250-923-2994

STORRIES BEACH. 4 bdrm, 2bth. Open concept. Gas fireplace/wood insert. Appl. Fantastic ocean view. On access rd/bus route. Avail. April 1. $1175. 250-923-4793

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

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HONDA CIVIC Hybrid 2007. 1owner; regular maintenance; 93,000km; automatic, cruise control, A/C, 2 sets wheels; dark blue grey, excellent cond. $12,000. Call 250-338-0806.

MARINE MARINE ACCESSORIES ESTATE SALE: 2012 Nissan motor 9.8 electric start, long shaft with prop guard. Brand new never used. Paid $3100, offers obo. (250)339-1032.

Your Community 1995-FORD EXPLORER. 4x4 w/ X LT fully loaded. Excellent cond. Original owner. Approx. 250,000kms. $2495 O.B.O. 250-923-4924.

1998 MAZDA V6 B4000, RWD Automatic. 165000km. Good cond. Reliable vehicle. $3800 OBO. Call or text: 250202-6365

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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 28 Baby Time 10-11:30am Community Centre Rm. 1 Newborn to Crawling 250-286-1161 Planning & Designing Veggie Gardens 6:30p.m.-8:30p.m. From ordering,, to olanting & tracking progress. $30. For more info contact Julia at 250-923-9724 or

jpeters@nic.bc.ca Youth Open Mic

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

C.R Seniors Centre Activites~ Feb. 28 CR Commons Mall Snooker all day 10:00a.m. Stretch & Strength 11a.m. Beginners Quilting 11:00a.m.-1:00p.m. Lunch 1:00p.m. Bingo For the weekly schedule, visit the Centre, phone 250-914-4401 or go to www.crseniors.com

FRI. MAR 1

Featured Event for the Week 7x14 Blood Donor Clinic

Creepin Crawlers 9:30-11:30am Hemlock Family Place, 1048A Hemlock St. For infants 8-18 months. Enjoy a cup of coffee with caregivers like you. 250-286-1161 Toddler Time 9:30-11:30 Community Centre Rm. 5 For children 1 1/2-3 years. A social time for you and your little ones. 250-286-1161 Song Circle Every Friday - 7-9pm CR Community Centre $2 Drop In. Free for 50+ members. 250-286-1161 Disney’s Aladin: The Musical March 1,2,7,8,9 Evening and matinee perfomances by Timberline’s musical theatre. Tickets at school office or online: sd72.bc.ca/ school/timberline/ 250-923-9500

Tuesday, March 5 from 2:15-8:15p.m. Wednesday, March 6 from 12-8p.m. Thursday, March 7 from 12-6p.m. at the Community Centre Drop-ins more than welcome. info@bloodservices.ca 1-800-2-DONATE (236-6283)

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.

Family Swap & Shop

Campbell River!

Early adm. 9:30am $5 for adults. 10am General $2/ Children under 14 free. Carihi School Gym Swap, Bake sale, kids’ activity zone and more.

Enjoy the view of the harbour.

Reflections of Red” A Red Skelton Comedy Tribute Show

The VERY

BEST SUSHI in

Miki's Sesame Sushi NEW LOCATION!

203-871 203 871 IIsland l d Hwy. H (Formerly Sakas Pier Restaurant) Open 11:30am - 9:00pm • 7 Days A Week

250-914-4997

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

Who’s Playing At The Quinnie? Wednesday, February 27 to Saturday, March 2

SAVAGE WEST MUSIC TRIVIA BINGO every Saturday starting at 6pm, with great dinner specials!

CR Seniors Centre in the CR Common bulding Tickets $5 at front desk.

8-9p.m. 7th Day Adventist Church, 300 Thulin St Everyone welcome.

Lynn: 250-287-3184 Slurpy Sundays 3-5:30p.m Strathcona Gardens Ice arena #2. Enter fun competitions and you could win a slurpy.

2 Eyes, 5 Legs, Right Hand Left Hand

A 50+ Living Program 1-3:30p.m. Commuity Centry Gym 50+members free. Nonmenbers $2 drop in.

1500 Island Highway • 250-286-9811

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9-11:30am at Hemlock 1048A Hemlock Street OR 1-3pm Comm. Centre For children 5 and under with their caregivers.

THURS. MAR 7

250-286-1161

Footprints Towards the Future: An Aboriginal Career/Hiring Fair

BNI Discovery meeting 7-8:30a.m. Sportsplex Visitors welcome. Ph: 250-923-0908 www.bnicanada.ca CR Toastmasters 7-8:30pm. Community Centre Rm 1 Overcome shyness, develop confidence, speaking & leadership skills. Chris: 923-4162 chriskoz@shaw.ca 7:00p.m. Sportsplex-Rm 1 For more info or to obtain a copy of the draft agenda, contact Kathleen

250-286-1161

MON. MAR 4 8:30-11am Willow Pt Neighbourbood Corner of Eardley & Larwood OR 1-3pm Robron Centre, 740 Robron Enjoy a cup of coffee in a fun social setting for your children. 250-286-1161 ACOA- Adult Children of Alcoholics 7:30-9pm 1040 Shoppers Row, Upstairs from HSBC Dave: 250-923-9197

10a.m.-2p.m. Thunderbird Hall, 1400 Wei Wai Kum Rd Career and education information as well as door prizes, entertainment and special guest.

SAT. MAR 16 Old Time Gospel Singing 7p.m. Discovery Community Church, 250-10th Avenue A Ministry of Discovery Community Church Everyone welcome!

SAT/SUN

250-286-6131 kembree@spca.bc.ca

TUES. MAR 5 Drop-In Meditation Every Tuesday 7pm Sharp Ocean Resort in Oyster Bay $$ donations to CV and CR food banks 250-792-3165 Family Place Drop-In 8:30-11am

Discovery Passage School 2050 Pengelly Rd Come for snacks, songs, stories, activitie and more Al-Anon 12-1pm St.Patrick’s Catholic Church 345 Alder St. All welcome. Discovery Toastmasters 12-1:00p.m. Community Centre-Rm 1 Guest are welcome. Lorraine: 250-286-4273

Family Place Drop-In

Fashion Inferno 11 Doors open 6p.m. Dinner at 7p.m. Community Hall Show, dinner and dance. Tickets at CR Firehall #1 250-286-6266 Annual Used Book Sale 10a.m.-4p.m. CR Museum Bring in any book donations before March 1. 250-287-3103

FAMILY RESTAURANT

Al-Anon

Table Tennis

Monday to Thursday $3.75 Bottle of Beer Specials Open 6:30am-7:30pm daily with great food, prices & atmosphere!

SUN. MAR 3

crseniors.com 250-914-4401

250-287-2261

Family Place Drop-In

MAR 16-17

Preschool Story Time

250-287-9234

1-3p.m. CR Art Gallery View the Jo Lechay show then paint big in the studio. Free but donations gladly accepted. Children under 12 accompanied by adult.

UPCOMING EVENTS

BC SPCA General Meeting

WHAT’S ON PAGE

SAT. MAR 2

WED. MAR 6

10:30-11a.m. CR Library Fun with books, rhymes and songs. Register at library or call 250-287-3655

Words on the Water Campbell River’s Annual Festival of Writers for Readers wwwwordsonthewater.ca

North Island Cuisine

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BREAKFAST 9-11am Uptown 8-11am Willow Point FREE LUNCH DRAW 12:30 MON-FRI ($10 Value)

Uptown Willie’s

1121 Cedar St. Sun. - Wed. 9am - 3pm

Willie’s Willow Point

2-2380 S. Isl. Hwy. Sun. - Wed. 8am - 2pm / Open Late Thurs., Fri. & Sat.

WED. MAR 6 Diabetic Drop In

3-4p.m. CR Hospital, Sunshine Wellness Centre For questions about your diabetes.

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

Jam Night 6:30-8:30p.m. Serious Coffee An informal setting to share your music or just listen. 250-923-1312

O.J. GORRINGE 250-286-0110

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Cadence are known for their tight harmonies, crazy hijinks and audience interaction.

“Instruments are for surgeons!”

Jasmine Tea Disney Experience Timberline Secondary School’s Musical Theatre program is presenting Aladdin on March 1, 2, 7, 8, and 9 at 7 p.m. Join them for a fabulous Disney experience where the magic of student voice, dance and creativity brings Aladdin to life right here in Campbell River. If you get tickets to the matinee performance on Sunday, March 3 at 2 p.m., ou will participate in a tea party with Jasmine and Aladdin and have your photo taken with them. Wear your prince or princess outfits too. Purchase tickets at Timberline secondary School Office or online at Timberline’s website (click the eventz landing page).

Pair of Riverites nominated for Island Music Awards

Campbell River’s Doug Folkins and Sean Hogan are among the nominees for the 2013 (9th Annual) Vancouver Island Music Awards. The gala awards night will take place Sunday April 28 at St.Andrew’s Presbyterian Church in Victoria. Folkins has been nominated for Island Song of the Year for Man of the Hour. Hogan has been nominated for Island Roots Album or EP of the Year for Phoenix, Island vocalist of the year, Island Artist of the Year and B.C.-Wide Artist of the Year. More information and Early Bird tickets (until March 1) are available via the website - islandmusicawards.wordpress.com.

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Stillwater Books and Art relaunches itself with a new concept, new edge Changes that have come about in the book industry and current marketing patterns have led to the launch of a new style Still Water Books and Art, beginning with a once-a-month event at a local restaurant. On Friday, from 4-9 pm. an exciting evening of theatre, readings and art viewing will be held at Uptown Willie’s (across the street from the Community Centre

on 11th). Don’t miss The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged) (revised) presented by the award-winning Carihi Theatrical Performers at 7 pm. followed by a short improv performance. A reading of her new Amazon-published novel by Mary-Ellen Lang Collura, a successful local author, will follow. The final reading will feature Bob David. He is

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So claim the members of Cadence, who use tight harmonies, crazy hijinks, and audience interaction while performing to sold-out concert halls and jazz festivals around the world. On Sunday, March 10, at 7 p.m., Quadra Cultural Committee presents Cadence, one of the finest vocal quartets to make an appearance in the a cappella scene. Advance tickets are $17, available at the Music Plant in Campbell River, Hummingbird Office and Art Supply in Quathiaski Cove and Works of H’Art in Heriot Bay. Tickets at the door will be $20. Students 16 and under are admitted free when accompanied by an adult. For more information, call 250-285-3560 or visit www. cadence-unplugged.com

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a retired school superintendent, most famous for his handling of the James Keegstra affair. This episode is covered in one chapter of A Rich and Full Life, a memoir. He was also the superintendent in Gold River when a child was attacked by a cougar. While these are educational stories, they will touch the heartstrings of listeners. Wonderful new hand-

made cards by Natalie Martin will be available. There will be a door prize worth acquiring, and great food. A selection of interesting books will be presented for sale and new pieces of art to view and purchase. There will be a $5 cover charge refundable on a book purchase. For further information: call 250 923-1374 or see www. stillwaterbooksandart.ca

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SAT, MARCH 2 • 11-1 206-300 ST. ANNS $149,900

SAT, MARCH 2 • 11-1 202 ISLAND HWY.

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SUN, MARCH 3•12-1:30 18-2317 DALTON RD. $184,500

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SAT, MARCH 2 • 1-2 1842 ASPEN WAY $219,900

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SAT, MARCH 2•11:30-12:30 2592 DOLLY VARDEN

SAT, MARCH 2 • 11-12 805 PINECREST

SAT, MARCH 2 • 1-2 439 WAYNE RD.

SUN, MARCH 3 • 1-3 2614 COOK RD. $258,700

SAT, MARCH 2 • 1-2:30 3640 DAKOTA DR. $216,900

SAT, MARCH 2•11:30-1 549 ALBATROSS CRES. $299,000

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Above, Bantam A Tyees captain Josh Coblenz, who scored a hat trick in Saturday’s game, dives for the puck against the Juan de Fuca Grizzlies player during game one of a best-of-three Island final Saturday afternoon at Rod Brind’Amour Arena. Right, the Juan de Fuca goalie watches as the puck dribbles through, five-hole.

Tyees take game one in OT thriller The No.1 Autobody Bantam A Tyees won game one 8-7 in a nailbiter. The game was a see-saw battle with one team going up by one goal, only to have the other team erase the lead minutes later. The Tyees ran into penalty trouble in the later half of the game, which saw Juan de Fuca have a one-goal lead several times before the Tyees would tie it up each time. The Tyees took a one-goal lead near the end of the third but were unable to seal the deal and Juan de Fuca even things up with

40 seconds left on the clock. At the end of regulation, the teams were knotted at 7 goals a piece. A 10-minute overtime solved nothing and both teams were sent to their respective dressing rooms for an ice clean. Following the flood, the teams returned for a second overtime which saw the Tyees score the final goal of the game. The Tyees travel to Juan de Fuca Saturday morning for game two and if necessary, game three will be played Sunday at 4 p.m. at Rod Brind’Amour Arena.

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The North Island Rage U16 field lacrosse team, sponsored by Saratoga Ventures, attended the provincial championships in Burnaby and despite playing in a strong pool, made team history. Vancouver was the Rage’s first opponent and the North Island team was up 7-4 at the half before the Rage found themselves getting into penalty trouble and Vancouver got back to within one goal. The Rage turned it on at the end and won the game 13-11 with goals by Alec Molander (4), Graham Evans (2), Tanner Jones (2), Garrett (2), Bailey Robinson (2), and Jory Clermont (1). Jones was named MVP for the game. North Island then faced Mission in a night game and were down 2-0 at the end of the first quarter. Lucas Marriot Spencer had a strong game at middie and goals by Jones, Molander (2) and Evans got the boys to within one at the half. Sam Kussauer scored one in the third and the quarter ended 8-5 Mission. In a very dramatic fourth quarter with stick checks, penalties and disallowed goals, the team took a 9-7 loss, despite Burchill’s heroics in net. Molander earned MVP honors. With a 1-1 record, the Rage had to try to beat the Adanacs by as many goals as possible to ensure a berth in the cross-over game. Not wanting to leave their fate to chance, the Rage won 14-2 with goals. Brady Garrett received the MVP and Sam Kussauer was awarded the Warrior Fair Play award for the season. Nanaimo had a 3-0 record from the A pool and the Rage found themselves facing their arch rivals for the opportunity to play for the gold medal. In a see-saw battle, Nanaimo was up 3-2 at the end of the first quarter, with goals by Evans and Griffin Whyley, then North Island was up 5-4 at the half with goals by Sam Kussauer, Molander and Vigneron. The boys increased their lead to 8-6 by the third quarter (Molander, Evans and Smith) and were leading 10-6 partway through the fourth quarter (Molander - 2). The team seemed tentative in their attempts to run the clock down and Nanaimo stormed back with three goals. The team managed to hold them off and secure a 10-9 win and a trip to the gold medal game. Nathan Hoff was given a welldeserved MVP. The Rage was happy to get another crack at Mission in the finals. As the team did in the Island championships, they rose to the challenge to a man and Mission was never in the game. Continued on A30

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Rage: golden Continued from A29 The Rage had control early and Marriot Spencer assisted Jones on the first goal of the game. Burchill had his strongest game of the season and made two spectacular saves in the first quarter. Whyley and Robinson added goals in the second quarter and Alex Kussauer’s radar was up as he picked off four passes in the game. Evans added two and Molander popped one in coming from behind the net to win

the game 6-2. Jones was named MVP of the game. Coaches Whyley and Robinson were full of praise for a flawless game with no mental lapses. The team would like to thank their sponsor, coaches, managers, Donna Uzzell and Amber Robinson, and the North Island Field Lacrosse Association for all the support throughout the season. NIFLA has existed since 2004 and this is the first provincial gold the organization has won.

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Overcoming the elements Campbell River Warriors defenceman John Samuels thwarts a play by Harbour City FC (Nanaimo) during a rep U13 boys soccer match on Sunday afternoon at Cedar school field. The Warriors won the league game 5-1. The Warriors host the Island finals, representing the Upper Island, next Sunday against Saanich Fusion FC at Cedar school. Time of the game is still to be determined. Silver said last Sunday’s game, played in cold, rainy and windy conditions, was “more a test of ability to focus under difficult conditions than a great soccer game.”

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Mirror reporter Kristen Douglas and her sister Stephanie Douglas went to visit their dad (not pictured) in Peru and took the Mirror with them to Machu Picchu, a 15th-century Inca site. Machu Picchu was named one of the New Seven Wonders of the World in 2007 and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Jeff and Travis Goodwin took the Mirror with them to Ufa, Russia to catch the World Junior Hockey Championships. The Goodwins have been all over North America watching and playing hockey and they say no rinks or crowds have been as vibrant and loud as the Ufa arena when Russia player â&#x20AC;&#x201C; especially against Canada.

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Adam and Alison Clarkson took the Campbell River Mirror to the NFL Pro bowl in Hawaii during their honeymoon.

A group of Campbell River Highland Dancers and their families took the Mirror with the last summer to Scotland. The picture was taken at the Inverkeithing Highland Games in Inverkeithing, Fife, Scotland on Aug. 4, 2012. The girls competed at the Games there and had a great time experiencing a Highland Games in Scotland. The families who travelled for two weeks in Scotland were the MacIvers, the McEachrens, the Hills, the Dregers and the Kobayashis.

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Accessible Wilderness gets a boost for unique campsite at Roberts Lake

A small gathering of supporters raised a nice chunk of cash – $2,500 – for The Roberts Lake Wilderness Lodge Project on Saturday night at Misty Fin’s restaurant. The evening, sponsored by the Accessible Wilderness Society, featured some great food and terrific raffle items all in support of the society’s dream project. “The Wilderness Lodge will not be for any one group of people, that is the genius of the concept of universal design,” says Dan Bauer, the

society’s president and founder. “The concept simply allows access for everyone...our goal is to create barrier-free wilderness opportunities so that everyone can enjoy Canada’s greatest natural resource.” The goal is to build British Columbia’s first “universally designed” wilderness lodge and campground facility at Roberts Lake, located north of Campbell River. To learn more about the project and society, visit online at www.awsociety.org

Cathi Guid, Judy Bauer and Jack Springer. Dan Bauer, president and founder of the Accessible WIldernerss Society, eyes up a nice trout rod and reel that was up for bid.

Barb Rees (above) shows off the silent auction items while auctioneer Brent James (below) gets the bidding started.

Regan Myers (right) can’t contain himself as he pulls the lucky ticket for one of the door prizes.

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