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KELOWNA ROCKETS would not be denied as they beat Kamloops Blazers twice on the weekend to clinch the WHL B.C. Division title.

A KELOWNA ER doctor has been joined by his counterparts across the province complaining on a new website about hospital overcrowding.

COLUMNIST Bobbi Kittle outlines some tips for seniors who have trouble maintaining a nutritious diet.

ALISTAIR WATERS says a successful airport control tower tax assessment appeal will hurt City of Kelowna’s finances.

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One woman was taken to hospital after her car collided with another vehicle last Friday near the intersection of Highway 33 and Langford Road. An RCMP member on the scene said injuries didn’t appear to be serious and noted the crash was likely due to driver inattention. The other driver didn’t appear to be injured.

▼ BALLET KELOWNA

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There will be $8,000 to $15,000 in the coffers for Ballet Kelowna to start anew, members will be told in a final meeting this week. Despite significant publicity over the demise of the company, Jamie Maw, president of the Ballet Kelowna board of directors, says the fledgling society has only solicited $12,000 in donations since

its financial problems became public. It’s not nearly enough to make the $180,000 needed to pay off the company’s $80,000 deficit and begin the next year with operational funding. “People say, well, if you put out the call to the public last September you would have gotten more. We think we might have gotten a little bit more, but not nearly what was required,” said Maw, in an interview with the Capital News heading into Wednesday evening’s

final performance with Ballet Kelowna members. “…Arts come below health, and I’m afraid to say, ballet comes toward the bottom of the arts list, especially in a recessionary economy,” he added. A skeleton board will be struck at the meeting to bring the company to what is being terming a “safe landing,” ensuring all debts are paid. Meeting that obligation requires the board to continue with the company’s

Flower Power fundraiser, June 12, to help cover costs like the dancers’ salaries, debts to venues for performances and choreography fees owed to artistic director David LaHay. There will be no last minute turnaround from the directors presently holding the purse; this group of volunteers is done. And it has not been a pleasant end-

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A DEDICATED group of smart meter opponents, calling themselves Citizens For Safe Technology, were standing on the sidewalk of Harvey Avenue between Leckie and Banks roads on Monday for the third time in the last week raising public awareness to their cause.

▼ SMART METERS

Health concerns still not registering Barry Gerding MANAGING EDITOR

Jerry Flynn says there is already enough scientific evidence to be concerned about the health safety hazard posed by smart meters. But he wonders if either the B.C. Utilities Commission or provincial government has the desire to listen. Flynn is a retired military electronics engineer who lives in Kelowna. He took up an interest in the smart meter debate at the behest of his daughter, who had some concerns about the issue. His subsequent research turned Flynn into a crusader for the anti-smart meter cause, even challenging Kelowna Mayor Walter Gray to a public debate last year on the issue given the city’s electricity deal with FortisBC. On Monday morning, Flynn made a threehour presentation to the BCUC, which is holding

hearings until March 15 in Kelowna on a smart meter application by Fortis, which calls them advance meters. “From my perspective, I think I got across the points that I needed to get across, like the truth,” Flynn said. “I am not a scientist. I am just a messenger.” For its part, Fortis says advanced meters operate around 900 MHz, which is similar to a household cordless phone and emit far less electromagnetic fields than many of the common electronic devices we use every day in our homes such as microwaves or laptop computers. Flynn believes the smart meter issue is a bit of a smokescreen for a growing smart appliance industry that will continue to expose us to an increased volume of electromagnetic waves. “The wireless appliance product market last year in North America

was $619 million, but by 2020 it is predicted to be a $34.9 billion industry,” Flynn said. “That is what this is all about. Follow the money.” Like cell phones and microwave ovens and WiFi in our homes, smart meters are another stage of what Flynn calls the biggest technological experiment in human history, and none of the impacts have been thoroughly researched. “This wireless thing amounts to genocide,” Flynn said, quoting retired Royal Navy military intelligence scientist Barry Trower who tours the world advocating against wireless technology until more research into health concerns is done “Trower believes this will ultimately kill more people than the number killed during the entire Second World War. That’s pretty startling.” Flynn remains frustrated by the lack of involvement by Health Can-

ada in following up what other world political and health agencies are doing and saying about wireless technology. “The Council of Europe, representing 47 countries and 800 million people, says this is bad stuff. Dangerous to people,” Flynn said. He points to other researchers whose initial research finds parallels between wireless radiation exposure and cancer. “The only safe level is zero. But where the hell is Health Canada with all this wireless research? Why aren’t they saying or doing anything?” Flynn says BC Hydro has put a stop temporarily to installation of smart meters, but Flynn said he expects that stoppage to be lifted after the next election when the political heat dies down. This should be an election issue, he says, and there should be more people out there on the Harvey Avenue sidewalk

with signs protesting. “The government will only react when public pressure forces them to do so,” he said. Joining the protesters on Monday was Karen Abramsen, a West Kelowna resident and chair of the local chapter of the Council of Canadians. Abramsen described the smart meter campaign as a big money grab. “I think we are all going to pay a big price for this. I think it is just another corporate money grab. I think someone is making money here at our expense,” said Abramsen, who is also an active NDP supporter in her riding. She would like to see smart meters become an election issue, but she notes that just about everything the Liberals have done or are currently doing is an election issue. “It think many people feel this is just one more thing being foisted on them without having any say,” she said.

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More than 245 of Canada’s most promising student leaders were in Kelowna last week for the Canadian Conference on Student Leadership. The three-day conference—hosted by UBCO—was held Thursday to Saturday at the Delta Grand Okanagan Resort and Conference Centre. It was open to undergraduate students, graduate students and university faculty and staff. John Buck, associate dean of students at Webster University in St. Louis, was one of four main speakers at the event. On Saturday morning he told students there are four keys to leadership. First, he said, leadership is a function of choices, not of circumstances. He told the story of an international student he knew at Webster University who was struggling to speak English after coming to St. Louis from Japan. Rather than complain about the difficult circumstance, the student took up an offer from a Minnesotan at the university who taught her to speak with a Minnesotan accent. The second trait of a good leader is to act in

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bissett: Not a conventional poet Called the literary kind of counterculture, author bill bissett will be UBC Okanagan’s next guest in its Visiting Author series. The award-winning Canadian poet will include words, chanting and singing in a highly energetic, personal and eclectic presentation style slated for Monday, March 18, 7 p.m., at the downtown Kelowna library branch, 1380 Ellis St. Famous and celebrated since the 1960s for pushing the boundaries of language and representation in the creation

of image as a site of content and context, bissett is the world’s leading sound, visual, concrete and performance poet. In his own prolific writing career, more than 70 books of bissett’s poetry have been published. He eschews artificial hierarchies of meaning and interpretation, foregoing proper nouns, punctuation and proper spelling to boldly forge new paths of language and understanding. His most recent work is Hungree Throat, his second novel-poem.

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JOHN BUCK, associate dean of students at Webster University in St. Louis, speaks to a crowd at the 2013 Canadian Conference on Student Leadership. The conference was held in Kelowna last Thursday to Saturday, the first time the event has ever been held in B.C. surprising and courageous ways, he said. The room erupted in laughter as Buck told an anecdote about potty training his son. One day, while Buck was folding laundry, he overheard his son crying while sitting on the toilet. Buck’s wife went to check what was wrong and the boy said, “My penis is broken, nothing is coming out.” Then, Buck explained, his wife showcased the characteristic of a surprising leader by saying, “That’s OK, sometimes daddy’s doesn’t work either.” Buck said he followed up with the trait of a courageous leader

by admitting to his son, “Mommy’s right.” “There are times we are going to default very easily to the predictable things, because we’re most familiar and comfortable with those. But there are times when it is necessary (to act) at a surprising level,” Buck told the students. “Sometimes it’s important to act in a courageous way. Usually acting in a courageous way means that there may be a cost to you.” According to Buck, the other keys to being a good leader are focusing on relationships and committing to inclusion. “Those are four things that I think are absolutely

essential for any student leader to be effective on any college campus, anywhere on the planet.” Other keynote speakers included former Vancouver Canucks captain Trevor Linden, War Child Canada founder Dr. Samantha Nutt and inspirational speaker Blake Fleischacker. “I see this conference as an important piece of student learning and we are excited to host it,” said senior psychology student and event co-organizer, Guillermo Angel. The 2013 CCSL was the first to ever be held in B.C. wpaterson @kelownacapnews.com

WFN receives $100,000 grant

The Westbank First Nation has received a $100,000 grant from B.C.’s Community Action Initiative. This program will adapt existing programs on concurrent disorders, cultural competency, and trauma-informed care to improve service delivery by mental health and substance use clinicians working with aboriginal populations in the Kelowna area. New grants totaling $1.3 mil-

lion have been awarded to 13 groups across B.C. to help community workers better serve the needs of children, adults and families experiencing, or at risk of experiencing, mental health or substance use. The Community Action Initiative supports local community efforts to promote mental health and prevent substance use problems, and to address the needs of children, youth, adults and families that

are affected by or at risk of mental health and/or substance use problems. “This funding going to the Westbank First Nation will give new tools to aid local mental health and substance use clinicians. I am happy our government is making this investment to provide additional support for the aboriginal population in the Kelowna area.”said Westside-Kelowna MLA Ben Stewart.

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Malaise in economy having negative impact on fundraising Clarified from A1 ing. “It was pretty hard for us to take, as a board, that we were these villainous figures in suits behind the scenes pulling strings,” said Maw, noting he admits there have been some communication gaffs. First and foremost, a meeting intended to give the arts community time to discuss the loss was illthought out, in his view, and unfortunately fate dealt it a difficult blow when Maw learned of a death in his family immediately beforehand and could not step forward to speak. He asks the critics to remember that a board of directors is comprised of volunteers and, unlike a corporation, it does not have a communications team on standby for advice. What the board did do is consistently raise hundreds of thousands of dollars to keep the company afloat and their efforts just were no longer meeting the bar. “We were a fundraising engine, but the en-

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ing cutbacks, the society carried over a deficit of $35,000 and the help wasn’t there when the directors started trying to solicit funds. The past year had

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reconceptualizing to meet a broader audience, or symphony director Rosemary Thomson who consistently incorporates populist elements in her programs. Whatever the solution might have been, he said the death knell for this company really materialized late fall. The organization’s Hot Holiday Homes, a third fundraiser added to the society’s event roster, fell $9,000 under target in only its second year. It proved to be a clarion call going forward and one that prevented the directors from moving

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forward with the signature fundraiser, Pirouette, in good conscience. Generally a $100,000 to $115,000 event, the directors knew it might not bring in the full sum either—the walls were crumbling. Ballet Kelowna would likely qualify for the Canada Council grants and B.C. Arts Council money to eliminate the need for this level of fund-raising within a year, but the “mezzanine bridge to get from here to there was a $180,000 liability,” Maw said. As such, come Wednesday evening, it is expected Ballet Kelowna will be put in order piece by piece and leave a giant pile of lessons for social enterprise boards and arts enthusiasts everywhere. And the board of directors will hang up their hats after a very tumultuous final six months. “I think the real, truthful message got away on us,” said Maw. “…I hope that when organizing new or other arts organizations that people will realize just how difficult it is in a market this size.”

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attendance. It’s the big unsaid thing up here. There is a malaise in the economy. People are struggling. They just don’t want to share it too widely,” said Maw. While the symphony managed to fall $400,000 into debt a decade ago— and use government funds and private donations to dig itself out over a twoyear period—this board of directors faces a different economic reality. The company’s legal council has told them the individual directors cannot be held personally liable, should the company go bankrupt, as long as each acted in good faith. The company does have insurance, but it was not an option the directors felt comfortable risking. “We could never go there thinking we could throw it back on our insurer,” he said. “That would just be terribly irresponsible thinking.” Maw does see a flaw in the ballet company itself. Noting that dance is all over television and the Dancing With the Stars fundraiser locally was very successful, he suggests the organization might have learned from the restauranteurs who are

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opment is located across the street from another planned redevelopment— that of the Manteo Beach Resort. That site is also expected to become home to several residential buildings, including two towers and several townhouse buildings over a 10 to 15 year period pending final approval from the city. Like the Hiawatha redevelopment, it is also slated to go to a public hearing later this month. awaters@kelownacapnews.com

School dual credit information workshop Discover how to have your tuition paid and earn high school credits while in a post-secondary program. Dual Credit programs are available to students within Central Okanagan schools for Okanagan College and at the local BCIT campus. A parent and student meeting to outline these positions will be held Thursday, April 4, 6:30 p.m., at Rutland Senior Secondary School, 705 Rutland Rd. North.


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ER doctors voice their frustration about overcrowded hospitals Barry Gerding MANAGING EDITOR

Inability to treat patients properly and efficiently has reached an emergency status for emergency room physicians across the province. Dr. David Rhine, an emergency room doctor at Kelowna General Hospital, says he and his fellow ER physicians are frustrated by the access block for patients seeking treatment because ward rooms and beds are occupied by patients awaiting transfer to other departments of the hospital. Rhine is one of several doctors to voice their concerns via video on a new website called www. bcemergencycare.com, geared to bring this issue to the public’s attention and an avenue to share their own frustrations in attempting to access care at their local hospital ER. “It’s not just a Kelowna problem, or a B.C. problem, it is a Canadawide problem,” Rhine said. Rhine said it’s not a case of requiring more ER doctors on duty, but rather better managing the flow of patients through the hospital. Rhine says the delays potentially endanger patients who may have a condition that requires treatment but get frustrated waiting four to five hours to see an ER doctor. Those who don’t wait, he says, are often left with little other option but to vent their frustration at the attending physician. On the website, Rhine talks in his video about a shift he worked on Dec. 17 where he dealt with two patient issues that symbolize the frustrations

of ER doctors. One involved a 102-year-old woman who sat for 10 hours in the ER waiting room to be treated by a doctor, and was ultimately diagnosed as having suffered a compression fracture of her lumbar spine. She endured that pain without any medication while waiting to be looked at. The other was an 82-year-old man who complained of chest pains but left to return home after a prolonged wait. He was frustrated and tired and refused to return to the hospital when contacted by the ER. “We are the ones on the frontline at the ground level who have to face this issue every day. About 50 per cent of the patients who are admitted to the hospital come through emergency,” said Rhine, a doctor for 33 years who has been at KGH since 2000. On the website, it states the Interior Health administrators recognize the permanent in-patient ward access block experienced by the ER, but while several new plans and procedures have been implemented, from the ER patient’s perspective of waiting to receive attention, none have worked. “Emergency (patient rooms and beds) are blocked by admitted patients waiting for a bed in the hospital. No one is held accountable when ER patients wait indefinitely for in-patient care,” said the website. Rhine points to other countries such as England and New Zealand that have faced similar overcrowding issues in their hospitals, and found ways

to deal with the problem that didn’t involve more health care dollars. He says New Zealand developed ways to clear the hospital bed patient backlog throughout the hospital and found positive results within a year. “It’s not just an emergency room problem, it’s an issue within the whole system and the burden of solving it needs to be shared by all the departments,” he said. Rhine said similar complaints arose from ER doctors in 2006 and 2007 as their complaints were voiced through the B.C. Medical Association. “That resulted in a plan in 2008 from the ministry of health to deal with the problem. Not much was done about that going forward and it eventually fell by the wayside,” Rhine said. “I think the solutions are there based on that previous plan, and what

countries like New Zealand have done. They just need to be acted upon.” Health Minister Margaret MacDiarmid said last week in response to the ER doctors’ campaign that efforts to ease the patient bottleneck in B.C. hospitals is an ongoing process She cited the provincial investment of some $50 million in programs to strengthen primary and community caregivers. The impact of that in Kelowna is the hiring of two respiratory therapists to assist patients with issues that obstruct the air flow to a person’s lungs so they can recover at home rather than in a hospital. There has also been an increase of health care services for seniors so that they can continue to live in a residential situation rather than being admitted to the hospital. bgerding @kelownacapnews.com

Municipalities get planning grants Local governments in the Central Okanagan will receive a total of $363,665 in Strategic Community Investment Fund grants from the provincial government. The fund distributes money raised from traffic fines in B.C. as well as money in the small community and regional district grant program and gives it to communities to invest in projects they identify as priorities.  Under the funding announced Monday, Kelowna will get $248,301, Lake Country a total of $78,589, the Central Okanagan Regional District $22,625 and West Kelowna $14,150. “I’m happy to see $78,589 going to Lake Country,” said Kelowna-Lake Country MLA Norm Letnick. “It will go a long way in helping it make investments in key local projects, as well as crime prevention services.” His local colleague, MLA Ben Stewart, said it was fitting to see, money raised through police work being reinvested in local crime prevention

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Veendam sister city association elects new board of directors Wayne Horning has been elected as the new president of the Kelowna Veendam Sister City Association. The sister city association recently held its annual general meeting where a new board of directions was elected. Joining Horning on the board will be Richard Gunoff, past president; Bill Wostradowski, vice-president; Alisha MacGregor, secretary; Robert Gruber, treasurer; and directors Arina Elyzen, Maxine Gunoff, George Konechny, Gerry Sparreboom and Brian Street. Liaison board appointees include Gail Given from Kelowna city council, trustee Joyce Brinkerhoff from the Central

Okanagan Board of Education; Tom Wolf from the B.C. D. Whizzbang Association, Patti Kilback with the Kelowna Museums Society and Lorna Gunn, City of Kelowna liaison. The association will be busy with several projects for the coming year starting with its successful annual Yard Sale in front of the Memorial Arena on Ellis Street in June. Other activities will include the Folkfest at Prospera Place on Canada Day with its famous Dutch Pie Booth to raise funds for the sister city student exchange program. A Kelowna delegation’s visit Veendam in May 2015 is in the planning stages to attend the 70th anniversary of the

Liberation Celebrations of the Netherlands. A delegation of civic officials, veterans and local citizens have attended the celebrations every 5th year since the 40th Liberation of Holland Celebration Ceremonies was first held in 1985. In addition, for the past 12 years, 23 Kelowna vets have been in attendance as guests of the City of Veendam to participate in their annual Liberations Celebration. As well, the Kelowna Veendam Sister City Association and Stichting Jumelage Kelowna Veendam Association have collectively rotated more than 40 students between the two cities through their annual student exchange program.

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Parkinson Activity Centre added more than 100 new members Saturday, bringing its total membership to approximately 1,500. The increase came after the seniors centre hosted an open house at its new location beside Parkinson Recreation Centre. Prospective members checked out the building that opened three months ago and discovered activities offered by the centre. Currently, the centre provides over 20 activities, ranging from yoga to bingo, on a weekly schedule. Zumba demonstrations and performances by Chordial Invitation: A barbershop harmony chorus and quartet, kept visitors entertained Saturday. Carole Bridges, president of Parkinson Senior Society said those who stopped by were excited with the look of the new building. “I think people are very impressed,” said Bridges. “As always with a new building, there are little things that need to be sorted out—but we’re work-

SENIORS learned about activities at the Parkinson Activity Centre at an open house Saturday (above). Members of Chordial Invitation—a Kelowna chapter barbershop harmony chorus and quartet— practise singing before their performance at the open house (left). WADE PATERSON/CAPITAL NEWS

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said, as of yet, they haven’t stopped organizers from providing any of centre’s weekly activities. “We have all types of physical activities in here and we haven’t had anybody have any sort of situation with it yet.

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Ridership showing an increase Alistair Waters ASSISTANT EDITOR

The trial run of two bus routes in Kelowna proved to be so popular in the fall and winter that the city has opted to make them permanent. Kelowna council on Monday approved a staff request to continue the route linking the Quail Ridge neighbourhood with the UBC Okanagan campus, as well as the late night Highway 97 Express. “Since its inception, the Quail Ridge route has been performing well with an impressive 33 per cent cost recovery and an average of 25 rides per service hour,” regional programs manager Jerry Dombowsky told council. The late night 97 Express has also been a success. That service operates Friday and Saturday evenings, extending ridership past 2 a.m. Both routes are used heavily by UBCO students and were part of an agreement the city made with students as part of its plan to raise the cost of the lUPASS last year. t The UPASS is a specially priced student bus spass for university and ecollege students. Dombosky said for the

last four months of 2012, overall the bus routes in the city exceeded the minimum thresholds that the city set of 12 rides per service hour, with an average of 31.5 rides per hour over all routes. The 15 per cent cost recovery threshold the city set was exceeded by all but one route, the number 9 Shopper Shuttle, a downtown route that was saved last year after many of the seniors who use it led a vocal protest against city plans to axe it. While describing the route as being “on the cusp,” Dombowsky said sometimes there are routes that are kept despite their performance levels because they serve a “social” purpose. The 9 Shopper Shuttle was one of them. While the city is happy with the overall use of its bus routes, and noted transit in Kelowna is used more than in Lake Country or West Kelowna, Dombowsky said city staff and B.C. Transit planners continue to look at where the system can be tweaked to make it as efficient as possible. Some of the tweaks planned for this year include: • A number of regular service reductions in

the summer months on routes that normally carry mainly school students who will not be at school during that time. Services will return in September on routes like the 4 Pandosy/UNCO Express, the 6 Glenmore/UBCO and the aforementioned 13 Quail Ridge route. • Also in September, a number of routes will be changed, such as the 14 Black Mountain service which will terminate at the new Rutland transit exchange, a facility that is currently under construction. The under-utilized Begley/Lund upper loop will be truncated, said Dombowsky. “This will improve overall route efficiency while still allowing residents in this area reasonable access via stops on Black Mountain Drive or Large Avenue,” he added. • In the Upper Mission, the 17 Southridge route will be altered in September to improve service to the Ponds development and its new town centre. The route will operate via Gordon Drive to Frost Road, Southridge Road and Arborview Drive, continuing via Gordon Drive to the Mission Recreation Centre. The change will remove service from the

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Gators missing from Adams Road Jennifer Smith STAFF REPORTER

As most people started the work week on a sunny note, businesses on Adams Road were uncovering a string of thefts. Two new John Deere Gators—one a green and black sport model and one a camouflage and black trail model—were taken from a locked compound at Prairie Coast Equipment. The break-ins occurred at several of

the businesses on the 600-block of Adams Road, in the industrial sector behind Old Vernon Road where it meets the highway. Only the sport utility vehicles were named by police in the media release. RCMP are asking for anyone with any information concerning these breakins or the whereabouts of these vehicles to call the Kelowna RCMP detachment or Crime Stoppers. The police file number is 201311261.

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at either low literacy levels or none at all. The reasons are varied. Some did not complete high school, some are immigrants for whom English is a second language, others have visual difficulties, while others have other physical, mental or psychological conditions. Adults with low literacy levels are more likely to be homeless or unemployed, or hold very low-paying jobs. Not only has the province seemingly given up on the laud-

able goal of fixing the problem, but Decoda Literacy Solutions, which handles the funding, chose to direct their remaining funding not to the communities that need it the most, but those that have secured other sources of funding through community trusts or local industry. One example of the impact is Literacy Now South Okanagan-Similkameen, which has been working on the problem since 2007. But with their funding eliminated, they will no longer be able to take on the

huge job of co-ordinating and facilitating a task group to handle the job of raising literacy levels over such a large area. Both the provincial government and Decoda should be ashamed. And Decoda, instead of working collaboratively with the literacy groups to make a more equitable distribution of funds, chose to put the cart before the horse; also leaving the most vulnerable of the groups they were supposed to support hanging out to dry.

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According to city director of financial services Keith Grayston, in Kelowna if a similar move is successful, the value of the control tower at YLW could be drop from its current assessment of just under $6 million to the same $20 nominal amount. If that is the case, the city would be out of $51,000 this year. Nav Canada argues there’s nothing it can do with the land the control towers sit on because they are so inextricably tied to the airports they serve. But the appeals also serve another purpose. If the assessments are lowered to virtually nothing, the agency nips any claim by the city to

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Financial decisions fall under scrutiny To the editor: A group of concerned members have requested a special general meeting of the Kelowna Ballet Society. It will take place Wednesday, March 13, at the Black Box Theatre. The main subjects of that meeting will be the finances and the much criticized plan of the board of directors to turn Ballet Kelowna into a shell. The Kelowna Ballet Society is registered with the Canada Revenue Agency as a charity. Financial statements of all charities are available for inspection, to anyone who is interested, on the CRC’s website, www.cra. gc.ca. If your favourite charity was

the Kelowna Ballet Society, the parent of Ballet Kelowna, you may discover that in 2011, after it paid all its expenses, the society had net revenues of $110,718. Not bad for a small ballet company with a handful of dancers and one artistic director who had founded the company just 10 years ago. As a comparison, the much larger, much better known and much older Okanagan Symphony, with about 50 musicians, shows net revenues of $21,907. You may also find out that the little Ballet Kelowna spent $194,147 on fundraising, compared to only $13,715 spent on fundraising by the symphony. Isn’t that funny?

I thought that all those nice ladies who help at Ballet Kelowna’s events were volunteers, and that all the food samples we get to taste at the $250 per head Pirouette fundraisers were donated free of charge by local restaurants.  Almost $250,000 in professional and consulting fees was spent in 2011 by the Ballet Kelowna board of directors, True, Ballet Kelowna’s total includes about $90,000 in dancers’ salaries. They don’t get T-4 slips and do not qualify for unemployment. But where did the rest of that $250,000 go?  Who were the consultants and how much did they get for their advice that led to what the mayor of Kelowna now calls a tragedy?

In addition, Ballet Kelowna board spent another almost $120,000 on staff salaries.  The Kelowna Ballet Society is lucky to administer several funds for its members. For instance, the George Hyde Legacy Fund, which still contains some $95,000 left from the original $125,000 legacy. According to the figures printed in the Ballet Kelowna programs, there should also be some $59,000 in our Future Fund. With the future of Ballet Kelowna being decided right now, that Future Fund money should be used right now to save the company.  Probably the most important

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group of people (CMB users) have to be forced to be at higher risk of identity theft compared to those that have the luxury of door to door delivery? Write your MP and demand equal service. Dawn Klappe president Kelowna CUPW

Newspaper article facts make city hall defensive To the editor: Re: Paradise Lost, article in The Province newspaper (Feb. 24) indicating that the state of Kelowna is rotten and paradise is lost. The report emphasized that Kelowna is becoming a crime and drunk driving capital. The increasing domestic violence is alarming. The poor planning and increasing growth makes Kelowna ugly. The report shocked Mayor Walter Gray in his protective self–admiring, narcissistic bubble. Instead of taking off his rose-coloured glasses to face reality and finally admit that the quality of life for the majority of citizens here is declining, here, he remains in stubborn denial. He claimed The Province article lacked any sort of proof and was void of any statistics. The reality is that Statistics Canada’s report for 2011 ranked Kelowna as the first in B.C., and third in Canada for domestic violence. Kelowna has the

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highest drunken driving rate in the country. Also, Kelowna is the fourth most expensive place to live and is the fifth worst in crime severity. Regarding the Bacon gangland shooting, Mayor Gray said the shooting was a story about crime in B.C., not in Kelowna. How can he deny that organized crime is well established here? Everyone knows that organized crime have clubhouses and drop-in centres here. Furthermore, there are police reports of organized crime owning highrises at the waterfront. The waterfront concrete jungle acts as a magnet and is a haven for the expansion of organized crime. There are increasing problems of homelessness, poverty, suicide, etc. here and throughout the province. To deal with the serious problem, former premier Gordon Campbell established a committee on homelessness. The mayors of each city had to look at the situ-

ation directly and report back. It was only when Mayor Gray was forced to remove his rose-coloured glasses and walk the streets and alleys and saw the homeless in despair that he finally admitted that he didn’t know that we had a problem of homelessness here. Yet, almost every citizen knew about this chronic problem. A few months ago, the issue of Kelowna’s serious unaffordable housing problem was put to Mayor Gray. He stated publicly that the average house in Kelowna is around $400,000 and this is what the average price is across Canada. That is false. Housing is much cheaper across the prairie provinces and the Maritimes. In misleading and minimizing the housing problem, Gray insults and belittles the citizens of Kelowna. What kind of leadership are we getting at city hall? Robert Cichocki, Kelowna

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question to be asked at the special meeting will be: How do you explain the downfall from the large net revenue in 2011 into a deficit in 2012? What were you—and what are you guys doing with our money? According to the present president for the board, the profitable Pirouette fundraiser, which brings in over $100,000 every year, was canceled because it would not be fair to accept money from big donors and tell them later that the doors would be closing. Very fair and square. But how about all the people, like you and I, who pay to go to the Flow-

er Power garden show to support Ballet Kelowna? The garden show will be still on in June, even though Ballet Kelowna may—and let’s hope not—be no more.  Is it OK to spare the big donors from a possible disappointment and save their money, but take money from the general public—from the ordinary people? They may need it more than the rich folks. Why the special treatment for the rich, and the not so fair and square deal for the rest of us? Are we not supposed to be all equal?  Things have certainly changed fast. The president of the Kelowna Ballet Society stated at the

general meeting in December that Ballet Kelowna’s situation was “within our common ability to resolve” and declared that “the current shortfall of just under $3,000 a month, is, your board believes, something well within our common ability to resolve.” Only a few weeks later, on Friday afternoon, Feb. 1, he came to the studio and started handing out termination notices to the dancers, the staff, and the artistic director. What would you say to someone who hands you a pink slip, then takes you aside, and asks you to work for free for another six weeks?  The financial crises improved a bit a few

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days later when the dancers and the staff offered to take pay cuts, and when further cost cuts were proposed. As well, some of the out-of-town shows were canceled, as angry presenters who pay the dance company a flat fee to come to their towns were faced with hurrying to replace Ballet Kelowna with someone else in order not to lose their money. We are told that when the sponsors agreed to fulfill their previous commitments to Ballet Kelowna, it became possible to extend the spring season to the end of April, when it was originally planned to end.  What happens next is a wide open question. Again, it’s all about money. Ballet Kelowna did not get any gaming grant, the already awarded B.C. Art Council’s grant may have to go back, and city council continues to sit on their butts and wait.  But there is some good news. People are showing their support by sign-

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ing up for Ballet Kelowna memberships, which has almost doubled in number since the beginning of the controversy. And the Ballet Kelowna show on March 15 is just about sold out, just like their other sold out shows in Golden, Revelstoke, Hanna and Edson. The Ballet Kelowna president talks a lot about the low audience numbers in Kelowna. But he doesn’t seem to realize,

that it’s his and his board’s task to get people into the theatre. Some of his board members don’t even come themselves to the performances of what is supposed to be their own ballet company.  Josh Beamish, the local young man who is gaining fame in the ballet circles, is only in his 20s, but he is already well aware of the need to canvas hard to fill the theatre seats with people. When his dancers perform in Vancouver, they all get on the phones and ask their friends to come to the show and bring their friends with them. Otherwise the turnout could be dismal. Ballet is not hockey, it is not the Cirque de Soleil.  One of the best known personalities of the Canadian ballet scene, Brian MacDonald, who just like Josh Beamish has choreographed his works for Ballet Kelowna, says the same: It is the job of the members of the board to get people into the theatre.   And he knows what

he is talking about. He knows his business better than many, otherwise he would not be the companion of the Order of Canada and the recipient of the Governor General’s Performing Arts Award for Lifetime Achievement.  We should all applaud, and applaud as loud as possible so that it may be heard all the way to City Hall, for the couple who came out of nowhere, bought two tickets, and left a $2,000 donation.  There was a Ballet Kelowna presentation at the Orchard Park Mall not long ago to show the people of Kelowna what Ballet Kelowna is all about. The people came, they bought tickets, they bought memberships. Not a single board member showed up to help or to show support, and they did not come to the recent Ballet Kelowna show in Vernon.

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A bridge, and a man, come tumbling down H aving grown up in a household with the sounds of Bud The Spud and Sudbury Saturday Night twanging away in the background, I’d long known of the collapse of Vancouver’s Second Narrows Bridge. But I had never researched it until just a couple of weeks ago, and I tucked that story away thinking perhaps at some point I would have a reason to write about it. The death of a great Canadian storyteller, Stompin’ Tom Connors, gave me a sad reason to tell a story of which many people alive today—Vancouverites among them —are unaware. And an opportunity to say goodbye to a person who was a continuing theme in my life and was a friend to all

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Robert Smithson Canadians. The Vancouver Police Museum website tells the story of June 17th, 1958: “This date probably doesn’t mean anything to you. Even if you live and work in Vancouver, and perhaps unknowingly pass the memorial plaque where this date is emblazoned in bronze. “Even if you’ve heard about it, maybe vaguely remember a story or two, you probably do not remember the date the Second Narrows Bridge collapsed.

“But it is a date that will never be forgotten by the men and women working in the Coroner’s Court that afternoon. “Glen McDonald, chief coroner for the city of Vancouver, was at a restaurant when he heard the news. He looked out the window, across the city, to witness the devastation first-hand. “It was an unbelievable sight, he remembers in his memoir, How Come I’m Dead? Though it seemed impossible that such a huge structure could fall so completely, it was a reality which the coroner had to quickly accept, and to even more quickly respond. “The Second Narrows Bridge was in full-swing construction mode when it fell—18 people were crushed or drowned, 20

were grievously injured, and a total of 79 workers plunged the 210 feet into the freezing waters below. “There was no room at the hospital morgue for so many bodies, so they were sent instead to the Vancouver City Morgue, which now houses our own museum. “There was room in the morgue for only 10 or 12 bodies at a time, but they had extra space in the basement, and bodies were kept there until they could be identified. “The process of identification was challenging. Many of the workers had been crushed under huge steel beams. “McDonald remembers, ‘Some were no longer human. They looked like abstract Picasso paintings. Twisted, garish, unreal… The mem-

Sysco provides more than just food The leading food supplier in North America will be hosting a trade show today at Prospera Place for its more than 600 customers across the Southern and Central Interior. The trade show is an annual event in Kelowna to enable Sysco to get out their message “about who we are and what we do,” says Dailene Cowles, marketing and business manager for Sysco Kelowna. Cowles said while many people may recognize Sysco as a food supplier to the foodservice industry, the company’s expertise and assistance to clients goes much further. “We are more than just about selling food. We are true partners and supporters for our customers,” Cowles said. That support can come in providing assistance with inventory control, financial statements and budgeting, food preparation, marketing, labour management, menu design and other aspects of a particular food service business. Cowles said the company’s locations across Canada are networking together to create a marketing brand for Sysco that has not been a priority in the past.

“We want our customers to know all that we have to offer and we want the community to know we are about more than delivering boxes of food,” Cowles said. For instance, she noted Sysco’s plant, which is located in Lake Country, has won the green business sustainability award for the past two years from the City of Kelowna, and weekly donates leftover products to local food banks. She noted that Sysco Kelowna’s resident chef, Tom Braidwood of Ver-

non, also recently won a chef competition in Houston, Tex., among all the company branches in North America. She said the Sysco chefs are all working with Robert Irvine, the host of the Food Network program Restaurant Impossible, to help develop new products. Presentations from Irvine will be one of the featured exhibits at the trade show on Tuesday. “In his show, Irvine is showing restaurants how to turn their business around from struggling

to successful, and that’s something we try to do to help our clients on a daily basis,” she said. The Lake Country distribution operation, which employs 156 people, covers an area from as far north as Prince George to Cranbrook in the Kootenays. Sysco started in the U.S in 1970 and now has 170 distribution locations across North America. It has grown from sales of $115 million in the early 1970s to now at $39.3 billion, with more than 400,000 customers.

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ories of that night still haunt me.’ “The morgue attendants had to resort to creative means to identify the bodies—from dental records to the brand of cigarettes left in their cover-all pockets. “Many people questioned what failure in oversight had led to this terrible tragedy. “Could the bridge’s collapse have been prevented? An inquest was held, in our own coroner’s court, now the main gallery of our museum. “It was there that the jury learned that a company engineer had been on the bridge at the time of the collapse; he had been taking measure-

ments because someone had raised concerns that the bridge had shifted— he was trying to ascertain if there was any danger. “He died that day, as the bridge fell. “Thanks to that inquest, recommendations were adopted that changed the way steel truss bridges were built, and those same rules help to protect our modern bridgeworkers. “And so, in 1994, the Second Narrows Bridge was renamed The Ironworkers Memorial Bridge, to honour those who lost their lives.” Stompin’ Tom preserved the story of June 17, 1958 in his song, The Bridge Came Tumbling

Down. As a kid who grew up in Ottawa, and for whom Vancouver seemed a distant outpost, I have no idea how I would ever have learned about this tragedy but for that song. So today, I’m taking a moment to thank the workers who put their lives on the line every day to make ours that much more enjoyable and convenient. And to recognize a fellow named Tom who believed it was important to keep Canadians’ stories alive. Robert Smithson is a labour and employment lawyer, and operates Smithson Employment Law in Kelowna. www.smithsonlaw.ca

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▼ ENTREPRENEURS

A region can flourish under technological innovation P a I have spent a considerable portion of my professional life immersed within the world of technology and innovation. More than most I would say—from government laboratories to university science and engineering lab tables to domestic and foreign manufacturing production. Without a doubt, I have been privileged to hold in my hands the fantasies of the many talented dreamers who have come into my life to share their visions of change to our world. For this, I have many blessings. And when I choose to embed the realm of entrepreneurial ingredients into the mix, I can’t help but wonder at where we can go from here in our Okanagan regarding technological transformation. This week, I thought we would explore what it might take any region to foster technological entrepreneurship in our valley.

ENTREPRENEURIAL SPIRIT

Joel Young The community leaders that I have interacted with in the region emphasize infrastructure such as capital markets. Governments, in my career journey, have often attempted to promote “technopreneurship” by injecting risk capital. They distribute such funds through a variety of channels, small business development centres being one that comes to mind. An assumption is made in this regard that assumes that risk capital will solve all other prerequisites for growth in a high-tech venture environment. But for this to actually occur, it’s fair to say that must be accompanied by other intangibles such

as access to a plethora of idea pools, role models, informal forums, regionally-specific opportunities, safety nets, access to large markets and most importantly executive leadership. Let’s face it, my friends, entrepreneurship is a way of life. It is a way of thinking, acting and believing. It is a driving force that compel us to do more, move faster and go farther than anyone else —even in the face of high risk and uncertainty. Unmistakably, the rewards, especially in the technology sector, can be great. But, as many right here at home in our valley will tell you, it is not an easy road to travel. So why become an entrepreneur? For the true entrepreneur, that is a rhetorical question. For the emerging entrepreneur, particularly in the field of technology, there are three major reasons—objective of creating something useful and novel, to be on the cutting

edge is a desired mantra; to build long-term value as sustainability appears quite crucial; and the important one for all entrepreneurs, to have the personal freedom to be your own boss. That last one always seems to have lasting appeal, particularly to those young men and women I have met over the past five years in the Okanagan and those I have come in contact with through our Okanagan Valley Entrepreneurs Society. So lets get back to the technology and innovation side of this discussion. Over the past few months, I have had discussion with community leaders who have shared with me a longing for such initiatives as Okanagan Valley technology strategy, investment and technology network models, innovation and technology centres of excellence and the like. Basically, this comes with an implicit desire to take control of our region-

al economic destiny. In all my travels in recent years across this great land of ours and including my privileged interfaces in the U.S. and abroad, a major theme that always rises is the importance of common visions and actions to mobilize key local partnerships. Stemming from this theme is the absolute importance of unfettered collaboration and cooperation among, in our case, Okanagan industry, business, academic and government sectors. It is no scientific secret that effectiveness of such partnering will largely our Okanagan’s regional ability to create high-value jobs and careers, educate, attract and retain talent; and to accelerate economic growth while sustaining a high quality of life for all of our valley residents. In my career history with the Canadian government and since, I have interacted with many U.S. technology research organizations. Recently, I discovered a renewal of my exposure of days gone by from IC2 Institute of the University

of Texas at Austin in a report they had completed for a Canadian client which sums up nicely the question of regional transformation through technological entrepreneurship. These four main objectives led to a following five key strategies: • facilitate successful recruitment of companies and talent in targeted industry sectors • assist in the growth of local technology-based organizations • assist in the incubation and accelerated growth of regionally based, globally competitive companies and; • leverage regional public and private assets more effectively, as well as national and international partnerships These “strategies for success” could realistically be our own Okanagan strategies, could they not? 1. Accelerate technology-based business development in established and emerging industry clusters with the greatest growth potential. 2. Develop the Central Okanagan as an emer-

ging centre of “technology-based” entrepreneurship. (love to see this unfold). 3. Foster academic and research excellence that is specifically linked to regional economic development. 4. Foster and leverage national, provincial and a regional value-added al- l liances. 5. Promote a common vision and co-ordinated action agenda targeted to brand the Central Okanagan as an important emerging of centre of technology-based entrepreneurship and small business development. Now, recognizing that elements of these words m may be in place, under- fi way or clearly identified, o prompts, we have the collaborative power to move c these agendas forward to m successful outcome for our region for the present t and our future. m a

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KELOWNA CAMPAIGN

The purpose of the Kelowna campaign is to get home owners thinking and talking about smoke alarms. Supplied by the fire department, a safety brochure titled How to Stay Safe at Home has been distributed to Kelowna real estate offices to be included with listing documents and left with home sellers as a community service in March. To download a copy, visit: http://www.omreb. com/files/SmokeAlarmBrochure.pdf. During the month of March, OMREB and the Kelowna Fire Department are also running a

full-page colour ad on the back cover of the Central Okanagan editions of OMREB’s MLS Real Estate Review publication to remind homeowners to make sure all smoke alarms are working properly and have fresh batteries. While the pilot campaign focuses on Kelowna, the partners hope that it can expand to West Kelowna and other communities in the Central Okanagan through partnerships with their local fire departments, and eventually roll out boardwide to include the North Okanagan and Shuswap for the full support and participation of OMREB’s 1,000 member realtors.

SPRING FORWARD

With the daylight savings time change taking place last weekend, the

Kelowna Fire Department wants to remind residents that this is a good time to change the batteries in all of their home’s smoke alarms and carbon monoxide detectors, and to ensure they are functioning. “To stay safe, replacing batteries in all smoke alarms should be done at least once a year, and changing them while updating the time on all of your clocks serves as a great reminder,” said Doherty. “In addition, smoke alarms should be tested once a month, and if an alarm ‘chirps’ warning the battery is low, replace the battery right away. Also check the date of manufacture. If your smoke alarm is more than 10 years old, it should be replaced.”

SMOKE ALARM FACTS

Research by the University of Fraser Valley re-

vealed that almost 70 per cent of houses that caught fire in British Columbia did not have a functioning smoke alarm. Working smoke alarms increase your likelihood of surviving a fire by 74 per cent. A recent three-year campaign that reached more than 30,000 of the highest fire-risk addresses in the City of Surrey demonstrated the following: • Rates of fires per 1,000 dwellings reduced in the visited addresses by over 60 per cent relative to controls • Smoke alarm activation in the event of a fire increased by almost 170 per cent • The frequency at which fires were contained to the object of origin increased by over 250 per cent • The average dollar

loss incurred per fire reduced by over 40 per cent “Overall, as a result of this program, there were fewer residential structure fires, and those that did occur were smaller and resulted in lower dollar loss,” Doherty explained. “In addition, residents were alerted more often by functioning smoke alarms.”

SMOKE ALARM TIPS

Install one smoke alarm per floor and outside sleeping areas in your home, or inside each bedroom if your loved ones sleep with their doors closed. Never take down an alarm or remove batteries to silence a nuisance alarm caused by cooking or shower steam. Install smoke alarms with a “hush” button— simply push the button to stay safe while you clear the air.

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onsumers can be overwhelmed with investment advice, they sometimes delay making a decision for fear of not making the right decision. By the time a decision is made, they have not made any money or perhaps even fell further behind financially due to the cost of inflation. Listening to the media FISCAL leads to the confusion. FITNESS Who is the winner here—the newspaper because you buy the paper or the news channel as you tune in to listen to Doreen their commentary on the or investing. Smith markets Let’s go back to basics. You can leave your money sitting in the bank earning nothing—this benefits the bank because they lend out the money you leave on deposit. This does not financially benefit you. You can put your money in a GIC earning one per cent per year—your money is guaranteed not to lose money. This type of investment benefits the bank because they lend out the money you leave on deposit—to make money from the spread on the amount they pay you and another consumer pays the bank to borrow money. You can invest in individual stocks and bonds and pay your stock broker every time a stock is sold or purchased for you—the brokerage house makes money on the transactions of every buy and sell. Hopefully you will see positive return on your stock portfolio. You can invest in mutual funds where your money is pooled together with other investors money. You own units which represent your portion of the holdings in the fund. You can choose between a wide range of investment choices, between ultra conservative to medium to aggressive. You can invest in index funds which many consumers don’t understand, but they buy anyway, because they think they are saving money on the annual MER (Management Expense Ratio). An index fund may not hold a sufficient cash position to provide stabilization within the index fund during market volatility. Investors often jump out of index funds after a steep market decline. Without an advisor to help you deal with a market decline—it is easy to jump in and out of the market. You can purchase segregated insurance funds held by a life insurance company; a fund comprised of stocks, bonds, mutual funds, cash or a combination of these assets. This contract offers investment management and growth potential, the same as mutual funds or index funds; they offer guarantees provided by the insurer. You may pay a slightly higher MER (Management Expense Ratio) for a segregated fund over a mutual fund because of the guarantees. Some clients are willing to pay a higher MER and some clients choose not to pay a higher MER and forgo the guarantees. Consumers have different needs and you should review all the investment options, any fees associated with a purchase, any fees associated with redemptions, any annual fees and any fees if you want to transfer your own money out of a GIC, TFSA, RRSP, RRIF, or stock account. Money in any financial institution, including banks, credit unions, stock accounts, mutual funds and insurance companies make a profit for their financial institution. What is your net return on your investment? Doreen Smith is a Certified Financial Planner with Capri Wealth Management Inc.

The Okanagan Mainline Real Estate Board and the Kelowna Fire Department are joining forces to bring a smoke alarm safety awareness campaign to homeowners. “We are delighted to announce OMREB’s partnership with the Kelowna Fire Department to launch a collaborative public safety effort between realtors, firefighters and homeowners,” said OMREB president Karen Singbeil, noting that March is Smoke Alarm Awareness Month. “Working to promote the importance of functioning smoke alarms to help keep families safe in case of fire in their homes is a worthwhile community endeavour.” With support from a number of provincial and local agencies, the B.C. Fire Chiefs ’Association has launched a smoke alarm campaign with the goal to reduce the loss of life due to fire. Many fire departments across the province have initiated various programs throughout the year to get this message out—engaging a number of industries with the hope that the initiative eventually becomes a provincial level program. “The Kelowna Fire Department is grateful to the Okanagan Mainline Real Estate Board and its membership for partnering with us and assisting fire safety personnel in educating the public about smoke alarms,” said Kelowna’s Deputy Fire Chief, Thomas Doherty. “With 700 realtors helping to get the word out in Kelowna, this local program will help prevent deaths and reduce annual fatalities from residential structural fires in the city.”


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Rockets secure B.C. title, chase club record Warren Henderson STAFF REPORTER

In early November it seemed an unlikely scenario—if not next to impossible. Still, somehow, some way the Kelowna Rockets were able to eradicate a 15-point deficit to catch and pass the Kamloops Blazers for the 2012-13 B.C. Division crown. The Rockets (49-163-1) sealed the title in dramatic fashion by beating the Blazers twice over the weekend—3-2 on Friday in Kamloops and 2-1 the following night at Prospera Place. “The guys felt these were two games we could win, we went out and worked hard and got it done,” said Rockets captain Colton Sissons. “It feels great. I’m so proud

of the guys for what we’ve accomplished.” Other than a rough patch in mid-February which saw the Rockets lose five of seven games, there wasn’t much that got in the way of a team that appeared to be on a mission all season long. In a campaign which featured a club record 23game home ice winning streak, captain Colton Sissons said his teammates were focused and relentless in their pursuit of a division crown. “Before the season and even after the season began, I don’t think anyone would have had us winning the division,” said Rockets’ captain Colton Sissons. “But we always believed in ourselves and we never quit. Even when we slipped a bit, the guys worked hard,

we focused on what we had to do and got our confidence back. “The guys showed a lot of character and maturity to come from as far back as we did.” Scoring depth from all four lines, a skilled defensive corps and solid goaltending were all key factors in the Rockets’ success this season. Still, Sissons points to team unity as the most important ingredient of all. “This is the closest-knit group I’ve ever played with and I think that’s been the biggest reason we’ve had the year we’ve had,” he said. “It’s something that doesn’t happen very often. The guys like each other, we have fun and we work hard. It’s been pretty special.” While the B.C. Div-

ision title has been sewed up, there’s still plenty of incentive for the Rockets to close out the WHL season with three more wins. With 49 victories, the current Rockets are two wins shy of the franchise record for victories in a campaign (51) set by the 2002-03 team. “It’s great to still have something to push for over the last few games,” said Sissons. “That was a great team back then, so if we can tie or break that record that would be a huge accomplishment…another feather in our caps.” The Rockets will host Prince George Thursday, then will wrap up the regular season with a home-and-home set against the Giants—Friday in Vancouver, then Saturday night at Prospera Place.

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CAPTAIN Colton Sissons (right) and the Kelowna Rockets outdueled Colin Smith and the Kamloops Blazers for the B.C. Division title. Along with the B.C. title, the Rockets have secured second in the Western Conference to earn home-ice advantage for at least the first two rounds of the post-season. The Rockets are head-

ed for a first-round matchup with either the Seattle Thunderbirds or the Everett Silvertips beginning the weekend of March 22 and 23. Kelowna handled both teams with relative ease

during the regular season, winning three of four against Seattle and taking all four meetings from the Silvertips. whenderson @kelownacapnews.com

▼ PLAYOFFS

Warriors on a roll heading to BCHL playoffs

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WEST KELOWNA arriors defenceman Brett Zarazun is chased by Nanaimo’s Brendan Taylor during Sunday’s B.C. Hockey League game at Frank Crane Arena in Nanaimo.

If the end of the regular season is an accurate gauge, then the West Kelowna Warriors look very much like a playoff-ready hockey club. The Warriors closed out the 2012-13 BCHL campaign with three road wins in as many nights, as they prepare to meet the Merritt Centennials in round one of the post-season beginning Friday. After taking down Victoria and Cowichan Valley 4-3 in overtime on successive nights, Friday and Saturday, the Warriors rallied to beat the Nanaimo Clippers 3-2 on Sunday afternoon.

The Clippers jumped out to a 2-0 lead only to see the Warriors tally three times in the third period for the win. Josh Monk’s power play goal at 17:19 of the third period was the winner, while Marcus Basara and David Pope also scored for West Kelowna. Steve Myland stopped 27 shots for his sixth win. The Warriors went 6-0-1-0 in their last seven games to finish the season in second place (30-13-49), three points ahead of Merritt and just two back of Interior Division-champion Penticton. Josh Monk said his

club is playing well at the ideal time of the year. “Since Christmas we’ve been on a pretty nice streak” Monk said. “I think we’ve got a lot of depth, and I think guys realize what it takes to win now, and how to win.” The Warriors open their best-of-seven first round series against Merritt Friday night at Royal LePage Place. Game 2 goes Saturday night at RLP. Face off both nights is 7 p.m. West Kelowna won six of seven meetings with the Cents during the regular season, with the other ending in a tie.

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KCS Knights golden in B.C. boys basketball Their first season competing at the AA level in B.C. high school boys basketball turned out to be an unqualified success for the Kelowna Christian Knights. The provincial A champions for four of the last five years, the Knights added a B.C. AA title to the school’s trophy case with a 58-47 victory over Brentwood College in the final on Saturday night in Kamloops. Tournament MVP Drew Schulz netted 17 points and eight rebounds for KCS, while Daniel Seinen added 12 points and seven boards for the Knights who bounced back from a slow start in

the championship final. KCS fell behind early, but took over the game with a huge second quarter which saw them outscore Brentwood 21-5 to take an 11-point lead into halftime. The Knights, who moved up from the A to AA designation this season to face some stiffer competition, went undefeated through zones, valleys and the provincial playoffs. Eva Linttell, in her first season as head coach, said the Knights’ success as a team was largely due to the players’ commitment to one another, on and off the court. “Our team core values

are brotherhood, selflessness, integrity, respect and persistence,” said Linttell. “The players played well together because they trust each other and play with their core values in mind.” Drew Schulz, who was named the tournament’s MVP, was also named to the tournament’s first all-star team along with Ryan Linttell. Ethan Klukas of the Knights received an honourable mention. In the semifinals, the Knights downed Holy Cross 67-54. Linttell had 21 points and eight rebounds, while Klukas had 14 points and six boards. KCS opened the tour-

nament with a 106-67 over L.V. Rogers as Linttell scored 20 points and Klukas added 19. Connor Loewen had 16 points and 14 rebounds. In Game 2, Eric Langlois scored 21 points as KCS took care of Collingwood 89-46. The B.C. AA champions are Jordan Hass, Ethan Klukas, Ryan Linttell, Daniel Seinen, Connor Loewen, Austin Neufeld, Isaac Grimes, Eric Langlois, Bryce Mathews, Drew Schulz, Solomon Benson, Owen Klukas and Javin Davis. The Knights will return to the provincial A designation next season.

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THE KELOWNA Christian Knights celebrate the B.C. boys AA basketball title Saturday night in Kamloops

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The KSS Owls settled for eighth place overall at the B.C. AAA high school girls basketball championship in Langley. The Owls closed out the tournament with a 2-2 record, defeating Handsworth 61-48 in their final game on Saturday afterenoon. Kiana Lalonde and Jaeda Stanhope scored 14 spoints each for KSS. y The Owls opened with .a big win on Wednesday, pulling down 67 rebounds sin a 75-73 victory over W.J. Mouat. Carly Corrado and Cassidy Kapainwai scored 14 points each. t In the quarterfinals, -the Owls fell to the top lteam from the Island, losing to Oak Bay 73-50. Lalonde topped KSS scorers with 15 points and five rebounds. n Kelowna then lost 6659 to Riverside, a team -the Owls had beaten in three previous meetings this season. Lalonde led the way for KSS with 24 points. KSS may have fallen a little short of its goal of a top-four finish, but coach Lisa Nevoral was still pleased with the Owls effort, both over the course of the season and at provincials. “Our goal at the beginning of the season was to stay in the top 10 and we were top eight for most of the year, so we were

happy with that,” said Nevoral, whose team finished 14th at last year’s provincials. “We met most of our goals and we feel like our program is continuing to improve and make progress.” The Owls are graduating four players from their program this season: Carly Corrado, Jaeda Stanhope, Brooke Briscoe, Cassidy Kapaiwai and Kirsten Fisk. No. 1 ranked South Kamloops won the provincial title with a 59-49 victory over Brookswood in the final.

ALISTAIR MCINNIS/CONTRIBUTOR

THE IMMACULATA girls celebrate following their final game

victory at the provincial senior girls basketball championship Saturday in Prince George. The Mustangs also won the B.C. A boys title Saturday in Kamloops. There will be a detailed report on both Immaculata victories in Thursday’s edition of the Capital News. EVAN SEAL/BLACK PRESS

KELOWNA OWLS forward Brooke Briscoe drives to the basket against W.J. Mouat defender Amber Beasley during the provincial AAA high school girls basketball championship in Langley.

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Ok Rockets win first round, prep for Cougars Faced with a character test, the Okanagan Rockets delivered the goods in the opening round of BCMML playoffs against the Valley West Hawks. In the deciding game of the best-of-three set Sunday at Royal LePage Place, the Rockets came out firing from the opening whistle en route to a convincing 8-3 victory. Cortlan Procter, 17, who set the tone with a goal just 89 seconds into the game, scored four times for the Rockets. Liam Finley, Josh Blanchard, Cory Santoro and Brett Mennear also scored for Okanagan, which led 3-0 and 6-3 by periods. Okanagan won the series opener 6-4 over Valley West on Friday, before the Hawks made things interesting with a 4-1 victory Saturday in Game 2. It was the first BCMML series win for a Rockets team since 2006.

Rockets GM David Michaud said his club came to play on Sunday. “There’s no doubt we felt a little sorry for ourselves for a few minutes after losing on Saturday, but the guys were quick to turn the page and showed up ready to play (Sunday),” said Michaud. “To be honest, I think the pressure was on (the Hawks) because winning two in a row in the situation they were in is really tough. We knew if we played our style and our game, we’d have success. “Winning this series is great,’ added Michaud, “but there wasn’t a lot of celebrating when it was over. Right from the start of the season we’ve had bigger goals.” The Rockets next challenge will come in Prince George this weekend where they’ll battle the Cariboo Cougars in the BCMML’s semifinal round. Games 1 and 2 are

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OKANAGAN ROCKETS forward Dustin Kostiuk plays the puck in behind the Valley West Hawks’ net in BCMML opening round action at Royal LePage Place. Friday and Saturday, with a third game, if necessary, set for Sunday. The Cougars won

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day in Osoyoos. Nick Josephs scored twice for the Chiefs, before the Coyotes roared back with four straight goals to claim the victory. The Chiefs won Games 1 and 3 at home, while Osoyoos grabbed Games 2 and 4 in their building. A seventh and deciding game in the Okanagan final, if needed, will be played Thursday night at Rutland Arena.

Telemark making strides in provincial ranking Telemark cross country race team members struck for five medals and a fourth-place overall finish at the 2013 B.C. midget nordic championships last weekend in Revelstoke. The event featured 180 of the top 9 to 12-year-old skiers from across B.C. and Washington state. Sixteen local athletes competed as Telemark also won the prize for the ‘best team spirit.’ Unique to the event is the awarding of five classic and five skate technique awards.  Telemark continued its long tradition of great skiing, winning three of the 10 technique awards.  The award winners were Sophie LaChappelle, Sally Haaheim and Scott McKinnon. The first event consisted of a 2 km interval start classic race on Saturday morning.  The overnight rain and warm temperature made for sloppy wet snow with difficult waxing conditions.  Despite the difficult conditions, Telemark’s waxing techs, under the guidance of wax guru and head coach Adam Elliot, were able to provide a combination of good grip and glide.  The Telemark team had the following results:  In the 2003 boys race Ian Mayer was third and Erik Haaheim was 14th.  In the 2002 girls race Sophie LaChappelle placed eighth. 

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KENNEDY DICKIE strides to third place in the 2001 T girls 2.5 km final at the B.C. midget nordic championships in Revelstoke. In the 2002 boys race Grayson McKinnon was third, Connor Hobbs was 11th and Tristan Lee, 12th.  In the 2001 girls race the results were Kennedy Dickie third, Sally Haaheim 14th, Michelle Kraetzer 19th, and Abigail Ertel 20th. In the 2001 boys race Cameron McInnes was 12th and Liam Hawes was 19th.  In the 2000 Boys category Ian Williams was 4th, Matt Shipley was eighth, and Scott McKinnon was 12th. On Saturday after-

H c noon there were four-per-t son team relay races.  Thed first two legs are classic and the next two legs aret S skating.  The boys team of IanK Williams, Matt Ship-t ley, Scott McKinnon andt Grayson McKinnon battled to second place finish.w The boys team ofo Cameron McInnes, Con-f nor Hobbs, Tristan Leel and Ian Mayer had a great race finishing eighth. e Erik Haaheim and Liamt p

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THE KLO MIDDLE SCHOOL boys celebrate the Grade 8 city volleyball championship last week. The KLO team defeated the OKM Huskies in the final.

Okanagan Gymnastics Centre athletes turned in some positive results recently at a pair of gymnastics competitions held in Surrey and Coquitlam. In Surrey, Vanessa Bulcock finished with a first place all around in the Provincial 3 Tyro category. Bulcock also earned a gold medal on the vault and floor exercise. She a won the gold all around at a competition in February where she took home a gold medal on balance beam and a silver medal on the vault at the Coquitlam competition. In the Pre-Novice category, Ellen Smith earned a bronze medal on the floor exercise Surrey following a silver medal on

floor exercise at the competition in February. In the Men’s competition, Kolten Marino finished with a silver medal on the floor exercise at the second of four trials to Canadian Championships. Other results from the Coquitlam competition in February: • In the Pre-Novice category Lucia Jakab finished with a bronze medal on the floor exercise in Coquitlam. • Madison Nethercote competed in the Provincial 2 Novice category and took home a bronze medal on the vault and a silver medal on the balance beam. • Braelyn Dillon took home three bronze medals in the Provincial 3 Tyro

category for her efforts on the vault, floor exercise, and in the all around. • In the Provincial 4 Novice category, Brooke Murray earned a first place finish on the vault, while Bryn Walsh finished in second place. Grace Fecht earned a bronze on the balance beam also in this category. • In the Provincial 5 Tyro category, Jenna Mick earned a first place finish on floor exercise, a second place finihsh on uneven bars and in the all around and took home bronze medals on the vault and balance beam. • Hannah Butcher finished in second place on vault and balance beam and third place on uneven bars in the Provincial 5 Novice category.

Congratulations to the Kelowna Skating Club for their efforts this past weekend at the

THE OKM HUSKIES were silver medalists at the Grade 8 boys city volleyball finals.

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Hawes raced on an unofficial team with skiers from the Sovereign Lake Nordic club placing 22nd. In the girls race the team of Kennedy Dickie, Sally Haaheim, Michelle Kraetzer and Abigail Ertel placed eighth in a very tight race.  Sophie LaChappelle was able to race on an unofficial team skiing the fourth fastest time on her lap. Sunday’s races started with a sprint qualifier to determine the starting position for sprint heat.  

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In the 2003 boys race Ian Mayer was sixth and Erik Haaheim was 14th.  In the 2002 girls race Sophie LaChappelle placed eighth. In the 2002 boys race Grayson McKinnon placed fourth, Tristan Lee ninth, and Connor Hobbs 20th.  In the 2001 girls Sally Haaheim was 14th, Michelle Kraetzer 17th, Kennedy Dickie 18th, Abigail Ertel 22nd.  In the 2001 boys race, Cameron McInnes was eighth.  In the 2000 boys’ category Ian Williams was third, Matt Shipley was eighth, and Scott McKinnon was 12th. 

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SAY ‘NO’ TO EATING ALONE

Eating with company can be as important as vitamins. Think about it—a social atmosphere stimulates your mind and helps you enjoy meals.

Bobbi Kittle When you enjoy meal times, you’re more likely to eat better. If you live alone, eating with company will take some strategizing, but the effort will pay off. Make a date to share lunch or dinners with grand children, nieces, nephews, friends and neighbours on a rotating basis. Join in by taking a class, volunteering, or going on an outing, all of

which can lead to new friendships and dining buddies. Adult daycare centers provide both companionship and nutritious meals for seniors who are isolated and lonely, or unable to prepare their own meals. Senior meal programs are a great way to meet others. Contact your local seniors’ center, YMCA, congregation or high school and ask about senior meal programs.

LOSS OF APPETITE

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DRY MOUTH

Drink eight to 10 glasses of water each day. Take a drink of water after each bite of food, add sauces and salsas to foods to moisten, avoid commercial mouthwash and ask your doctor about artificial saliva products.

I DON’T LIKE HEALTHY FOOD

If you were raised eating lots of meat and white bread, a new way of eating might sound off-putting. Don’t beat yourself up. Eating healthfully is a new adventure. Start with small steps

First and foremost, commit to keeping an open mind. Try including a healthy fruit or veggie at every meal. Focus on how you feel after eating well—this will help foster new habits and tastes.

STUCK IN A RUT

Rekindle inspiration by perusing produce at a farmers market, reading a cooking magazine, buying a new-to-you spice, or chatting with friends about what they eat. By making variety a priority, you’ll soon look forward to getting creative with healthy meals.

IF YOU CAN’T SHOP OR COOK FOR YOURSELF…

There are a number of possibilities, depending on your living situation, finances and needs: Take advantage of home delivery. Many grocery stores have Internet or phone delivery services. Swap services. Ask a friend, neighbourhood teen or college student if they would be willing to

shop for you. Share your home. If you live alone in a large home, consider having a housemate/companion who would be willing to do the grocery shopping and cooking. Hire a homemaker. Try to find someone who can do the shopping and meal preparation for you. Meals on Wheels provides nutritious meals to people who are homebound and/or disabled, or would otherwise be unable to maintain their dietary needs. The daily delivery generally consists of two meals: a nutritionally balanced hot meal to eat at lunch time and a dinner, consisting of a cold sandwich and milk along with varying side dishes. Generally, Meals on Wheels is available to those persons who are not able to provide for themselves.

TIPS FOR STAYING ON TRACK Healthy eaters have their personal rules for keeping with the program. Here are some to keep in mind.

Ask for help for your health’s sake. Know when you need a hand to make shopping, cooking and meal planning assistance. Variety, variety, variety—try eating and cooking something new as soon as boredom strikes. Make every meal “do-able.” Healthy eating needn’t be a big production. Keep it simple and you’ll stick with it. Stock the pantry and fridge with wholesome choices. Create a mealtime mood. Set the table, light candles, play music, or eat outside or by a window when possible. Tidying yourself and your space will help you enjoy the moment. Break habits. If you eat watching TV, try eating while reading. If you eat at the counter, curl up to a movie and a slice of veggie pizza. Bobbi Kittle is a personal trainer and fitness instructor in Kelowna who specializes in working with seniors. 250-317-3508 bobbi@pursuitfitness.ca

Senior abuse hotline service expanded Tom Fletcher CONTRIBUTOR

The provincial government has announced a $1-million boost to its seniors’ abuse protection programs, including extending the hours for a hotline to report suspicions of abuse or neglect. The bulk of the funding is to allow the Vancouver-based Seniors Abuse and Information Line to extend its hours to 12 hours a day, seven days a week. It offers information, advice and emotional support for seniors and their friends and relatives who suspect elderly people are being abused or taken advantage of.

The number is 604-437-1940 in Metro Vancouver and toll-free province-wide at 1-866-437-1940. Saanich councillor and former MLA Susan Brice, a volunteer with the seniors’ support organization Silver Threads, said members see cases of abuse frequently. “It’s the elderly woman who comes to her craft class with unexplained bruises,” Brice said. “It’s the couple who lose thousands of dollars through a telemarketing scam. And it’s the quiet-speaking gentleman, who while living with family, appears neglected and uncared for.” Minister of State for Seniors Ralph Sultan said he has encountered abuse and exploitation of se-

niors in his own family and it comes up frequently as he has traveled B.C. asking seniors and their caregivers what they need from government. In an interview, Sultan acknowledged that the funding is a modest effort to bolster volunteer efforts. “It is a beginning step, but it also reflects the fact that this problem cannot be solved top-down,” Sultan said. “It will have to be solved bottom-up by mobilizing many different organizations around the province.” Victoria also provided $1.4 million last year to the B.C. Association of Community Response Networks, for prevention and education to reduce elder abuse and neglect.

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▼ GETTING ALONG

No place for intolerance or disrespect in our society “They drew a circle that shut me out. But love and I had the wit to win… we drew a circle that took them in.” —poet Edwin Markham

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recently returned from an extended stay in the United States, a time which included the celebration of Martin Luther King Day. As I reflect on our recent Anti-Bullying Day, my heartaches for all those who have been shut out and discriminated against, derided and humiliated in our society. Why do so many humans seem compelled to prove their “worth” by diminishing the humanity of others? Why do we tolerate put-downs and racial or religious slurs that happen in our presence? Does anyone really believe that “words will never hurt me?” Violent forms of bullying or hate crimes do not spring up out of thin air. They breed in a climate where other humans, those perceived in some way to “not belong,” are fair game for slurs and intolerance. We sometimes forget that many religious teachers, in particular Jesus of Nazareth, did not “belong” in their own society. Hospitality to the “stranger” is one of the oldest religious teachings

SOUL SEARCHING

Linda Horton of humanity. It had to be taught because humans have always had a tendency to distrust those who were different—sometimes with reason. Yet we are also curious creatures; if we feel safe and accepted ourselves, we may well want to learning more about those who are “other.” No matter how closely we try to follow the Buddha’s teaching of loving kindness or the call of Jesus of Nazareth to love our neighbours, we are each of us complicit in the suffering of those marginalized in our society. We are complicit in that in our heart of hearts even the most accepting of us harbours some fear of what is alien—fear of the unknown and discomfort when we don’t know the “rules” among folks who are different from us. We are complicit because we don’t acknowledge and immediately repair small rips in our web of relationships that our own moments of frustration, anger and impatience create. We are complicit be-

cause we so often want to be “right” more than we want to be loving. We are complicit because, out of discomfort and misguided politeness, we don’t speak up when intolerance or disrespect is expressed in our hearing. A post-modern worldview recognizes that we are all woven into the web of society and that by our very participation in that society we are complicit in its failings as well as its accomplishments. This perspective can seem lacking in hope, but constructive change has rarely come about because leaders who consider themselves “righteous” set out to change the rest of us. Truly inspirational spiritual leaders, like the Dalai Lama or Mother Teresa, have a core humility that accepts their own imperfect humanity as the starting place. Nothing spells ‘false prophet” as much as a stance of self-righteousness. Jesus reminded us to tend to the “log” in our own eye rather than the speck in our neighbour’s. Yet harshly judging or bullying ourselves is not constructive, either. Whether in our own hearts or in society, change happens when we practice the difficult spiritual discipline of speaking our truth in humility and love.

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Chinese medicine addresses female hormone imbalance A hormonal imbalance occurs when there is too much estrogen relative to progesterone in a woman’s body, also referred to as estrogen dominance. In a normal cycle, estrogen and progesterone hormones work together to maintain a woman’s menstrual cycle, each playing an important role. When a hormone balance occurs and estrogen levels are too high, it can lead to many problems with a woman’s reproductive cycle, from PMS symptoms to menstrual problems or irregular periods, to mood swings, abdominal weight gain, increased levels of stress hormones, uterine fibroids, and an increased risk of osteoporosis, heart disease and breast cancer. There are many causes for an estrogen-progesterone hormone imbalance. These include ag-

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James Kaufman ing, stress, birth control pills, and lifestyle factors like diet and weight. The use of hormonal birth control and the perimenopause stage of life are probably the two biggest factors. Current hormonal birth control pills rely on high dose estrogen to suppress ovulation combined with progestin to make the endometrial lining of the uterus thin and to dry out the cervical mucus. Compared to average estrogen levels during the normal menstrual cycle, current hormonal contraceptives cause about four times higher estrogen in

the body. Often when women go off the pill, they experience higher than normal estrogen levels that lead to symptoms of PMS, menstrual cycle issues, and mood swings. To aggravate things, this often coincides with a woman entering the perimenopause stage of her life, when natural estrogen dominance often occurs because estrogen levels are naturally much higher and progesterone levels naturally much lower than normal. A hormone imbalance can be diagnosed as chronic fatigue, fibromyalgia, depression or anxiety disorder, restless legs syndrome, and digestive or bowel disorders. Is this caused by a hormone imbalance, aggravated by a hormone imbalance, or a misdiagnosis?

Whatever the case, a hormone imbalance can lead to a drastic decrease in quality of life and cause very real difficulties in a woman’s daily life, from mood problems to sleep problems, to menstrual cycle problems. It can be a complex problem to treat, and many women are dissatisfied with medications or hormone replacement as a solution. Thankfully, acupuncture and Chinese medicine offer an effective and safe option for managing and resolving a hormone

imbalance. Acupuncture has a regulating effect on the body and can help to promote normal functioning of various systems, from hormone levels to sleep cycle, energy levels, moods, and digestion. By looking at the various symptoms that are presenting, we can determine the areas of the body that are not functioning properly and treat the root cause of the problem. This almost always involves the liver not functioning properly as it plays a very important

role in the regulation of emotions and of the menstrual cycle. As the body regains healthy equilibrium and these causes are treated, the hormones begin to normalize and the symptoms will begin to lessen. Over time and with continued treatments, the body’s imbalance should resolve. Hormone imbalances can be complex to treat and often lifestyle factors play an important role in successfully managing and resolving them. This includes manag-

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How do we have a good death will be one of the questions addressed in the fifth forum of Kelowna-Lake Country MLA Norm Letnick’s series on health issues. The free forum takes place Saturday, March 16, 1 to 3 p.m., at the Engineering, Management and Education Building lecture theatre on the UBC Okanagan campus. Letnick will be joined by Drs. Hal Siden, Carole Robinson and Barb Pesut along with Kelowna lawyer Ross Langford to discuss different stages of dying, share stories on how different families and individuals prepare for and experience death, and what families can do to prepare for this eventuality. Siden is a clinical associate professor in the department of pediatrics at UBC and is medical director of Canuck Place. Robinson is an associate professor with the school of nursing at UBC Okanagan and has conducted research in the past

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elowna is a place I’m proud to call home. We are a modern community with an exciting future ahead of us, but I occasionally like to reflect on the rich history we share. My family first came to the Kelowna area in 1892, and my brother still works the same land my family has farmed since 1896. Benvoulin Heritage Church has deep roots in our community and means a lot to many families, including mine. My great aunt Beatrice Thomson (Aunt Bobo) was the first person baptized in the church on Christmas Eve of 1893. As I recently stood inside the church for B.C. Heritage Week festivities, I was reminded of the connection places like Benvoulin Church have to all of us. There are similar buildings across the province, and they need to be preserved so future generations can share this connection to the land and

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Steve Thomson community. These places tell stories about who we are as a people and provide a tangible connection to history. There are more than 3,500 historic houses in B.C.’s Register of Historic Places. Heritage homes are iconic features in a community; they provide educational activities and promote well-being across the community, as well as provide locations for celebrations, like weddings and community events. By preserving these links to the past, we strengthen our community identities moving forward. Historic places also give a boost to our economy. B.C.’s historic build-

ings, structures, and cultural landscapes attract more than 200,000 visitors annually. That’s a lot of money flowing into the local community. This is why heritage conservation is a core value of our government. February18 to 24 was Heritage Week. It symbolizes our commitment to three goals in heritage conservation— to strengthen and renew B.C.’s identity, support environmental stewardship, and build economic diversity and durability in our historic places. Last year, we announced a commitment of $21 million in heritage funding over the next three years. In 2012-13, $7.046 million was distributed, creating 96 direct, fulltime jobs. On Feb. 15, I announced an additional $500,000 for Heritage BC, which will be used to deliver heritage planning, training services, and other conservation measures to support the preserva-

tion of historic places. Our goal is to ensure that Heritage BC can transition to a dynamic self-sustaining organization. Conservation of historic places requires cooperation from all levels of government, and that is what we are doing. Our heritage strategy was guided through consultation with local governments, businesses, heritage advocates and the public. We believe in a place where historic places are honoured and preserved for this generation and those to come. These places tell stories of who we are as families, communities and as a society. Places like Benvoulin Historic Church are part of a community’s identity. We are committed to support and preserve sites like it across the province. Steve Thomson is the Liberal MLA for Kelowna-Mission. www.stevethomsonmla.bc.ca

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Some confusion is possible at the beginning of the week but a second cup of coffee should enable you to recuperate your dynamism and accomplish some minor miracles.

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Public Notice

City Hall 1435 Water Street Kelowna, BC V1Y 1J4 250 469-8500

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NOTICE OF DISPOSITION Notice of Disposition of Real Property Interests Being Disposed of by City of Kelowna to FortisBC Inc. The City of Kelowna hereby gives notice of its intention that the following City of Kelowna interests in land, as described here and below, are to be transferred to and acquired by FortisBC Inc., as part of the sale by the City of Kelowna of all its electrical utility assets, under a Purchase Agreement between the City of Kelowna and FortisBC Inc. The sale and acquisition of these interests is subject to the City of Kelowna and FortisBC proceeding with the closing under that Purchase Agreement. The Purchase Agreement includes the sale of real property interests forming part of the electrical utility, all as included in the overall sales price of $55 million to be paid to the City of Kelowna for its electrical utility assets. The City of Kelowna disposition to FortisBC Inc. under that Purchase Agreement will include transfer of title to the following two parcels of freehold land, including improvements, and transfer of all of the City of Kelowna’s following statutory right of way charges. The statutory right of way charges to be transferred to FortisBC Inc., allow for electrical utility works only, together with related access to the works within the affected parcels of land containing that charge. The statutory rights of way already exist and are charges against the titled lands, as described below. (All the City’s electrical utility assets in these statutory rights of way are also included as part of the Purchase Agreement).

Part 1: Nature of Interest: Fee simple title for the following real property to be transferred to FortisBC Inc.: CIVIC ADDRESS

LEGAL DESCRIPTION OF AFFECTED PROPERTY

1000 Richter Street (Power pole stg.)

PID 006-057-861 Lot 1 District Lot 139 Osoyoos Division Yale District Plan 24283

1008 Richter Street (Substation)

PID 006-057-870 Lot 2 District Lot 139 Osoyoos Division Yale District Plan 24283

Part 2: Nature of Interest: Statutory Right of Way (“SRW”) charges to be transferred to FortisBC Inc.: (Note: “CP” means “Common Property” of the referenced strata plans). CIVIC ADDRESS

SRW CHARGE NUMBER(S) OF SRW BEING TRANSFERRED

LEGAL DESCRIPTION OF Affected Parcel of Land Containing that SRW Charge

457 WEST AVE

LB272187

CP KAS3606

101-457 WEST AVE

LB272187

PID 027-787-885 STRATA LOT 1 DL 14 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3606

102-457 WEST AVE

LB272187

PID 027-787-893 STRATA LOT 2 DL 14 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3606

103-457 WEST AVE

LB272187

PID 027-787-907 STRATA LOT 3 DL 14 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3606

CIVIC ADDRESS

SRW CHARGE NUMBER(S) OF SRW BEING TRANSFERRED

LEGAL DESCRIPTION OF Affected Parcel of Land Containing that SRW Charge

208-457 WEST AVE

LB272187

PID 027-788-067 STRATA LOT 19 DL 14 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3606

301-457 WEST AVE

LB272187

PID 027-788-075 STRATA LOT 20 DL 14 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3606

302-457 WEST AVE

LB272187

PID 027-788-083 STRATA LOT 21 DL 14 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3606

303-457 WEST AVE

LB272187

PID 027-788-091 STRATA LOT 22 DL 14 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3606

304-457 WEST AVE

LB272187

PID 027-788-105 STRATA LOT 23 DL 14 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3606

305-457 WEST AVE

LB272187

PID 027-788-113 STRATA LOT 24 DL 14 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3606

306-457 WEST AVE

LB272187

PID 027-788-121 STRATA LOT 25 DL 14 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3606

307-457 WEST AVE

LB272187

PID 027-788-130 STRATA LOT 26 DL 14 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3606

308-457 WEST AVE

LB272187

PID 027-788-148 STRATA LOT 27 DL 14 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3606

401-457 WEST AVE

LB272187

PID 027-788-156 STRATA LOT 28 DL 14 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3606

402-457 WEST AVE

LB272187

PID 027-788-164 STRATA LOT 29 DL 14 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3606

403-457 WEST AVE

LB272187

PID 027-788-172 STRATA LOT 30 DL 14 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3606

404-457 WEST AVE

LB272187

PID 027-788-181 STRATA LOT 31 DL 14 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3606

405-457 WEST AVE

LB272187

PID 027-788-199 STRATA LOT 32 DL 14 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3606

406-457 WEST AVE

LB272187

PID 027-788-202 STRATA LOT 33 DL 14 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3606

407-457 WEST AVE

LB272187

PID 027-788-211 STRATA LOT 34 DL 14 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3606

408-457 WEST AVE

LB272187

PID 027-788-229 STRATA LOT 35 DL 14 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3606

409-457 WEST AVE

LB272187

PID 027-788-237 STRATA LOT 36 DL 14 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3606

3000 – 3002 PANDOSY

LB412871

PID 028-216-270 LOT A DISTRICT LOT 14 AND SECTION 13 TOWNSHIP 25 ODYD PLAN KAP 90796 EXCEPT AIR SPACE PLAN EPP17953

LB412871

PID 028-902-009 AIR SPACE PARCEL A SECTION 13 TWP 25 AND DL 14 ODYD AIR SPACE PLAN EPP17953

436 CEDAR

LB441327

CP KAS3871

434 CEDAR

LB441327

PID 028-590-741 STRATA LOT 1 DL 14 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3871

201-436 CEDAR

LB441327

PID 028-590-759 STRATA LOT 2 DL 14 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3871

202-436 CEDAR

LB441327

PID 028-590-767 STRATA LOT 3 DL 14 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3871

301-436 CEDAR

LB441327

PID 028-590-775 STRATA LOT 4 DL 14 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3871

302-436 CEDAR

LB441327

PID 028-590-783 STRATA LOT 5 DL 14 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3871

303-436 CEDAR

LB441327

PID 028-590-791 STRATA LOT 6 DL 14 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3871

304-436 CEDAR

LB441327

PID 028-590-805 STRATA LOT 7 DL 14 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3871

401-436 CEDAR

LB441327

PID 028-590-813 STRATA LOT 8 DL 14 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3871

402-436 CEDAR

LB441327

PID 028-590-821 STRATA LOT 9 DL 14 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3871

2691 GORE

LB412417

CP EPS150

2689 GORE

LB412417

PID 028-435-150 STRATA LOT 1 DL 14 ODYD STRATA PLAN EPS150

104-457 WEST AVE

LB272187

PID 027-787-915 STRATA LOT 4 DL 14 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3606

105-457 WEST AVE

LB272187

PID 027-787-923 STRATA LOT 5 DL 14 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3606

106-457 WEST AVE

LB272187

PID 027-787-931 STRATA LOT 6 DL 14 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3606

107-457 WEST AVE

LB272187

PID 027-787-940 STRATA LOT 7 DL 14 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3606

108-457 WEST AVE

LB272187

PID 027-787-958 STRATA LOT 8 DL 14 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3606

109-457 WEST AVE

LB272187

PID 027-787-966 STRATA LOT 9 DL 14 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3606

110-457 WEST AVE

LB272187

PID 027-787-974 STRATA LOT 10 DL 14 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3606

111-457 WEST AVE

LB272187

PID 027-787-982 STRATA LOT 11 DL 14 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3606

201-457 WEST AVE

LB272187

PID 027-787-991 STRATA LOT 12 DL 14 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3606

202-457 WEST AVE

LB272187

PID 027-788-008 STRATA LOT 13 DL 14 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3606

203-457 WEST AVE

LB272187

PID 027-788-016 STRATA LOT 14 DL 14 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3606

2691 GORE

LB412417

204-457 WEST AVE

LB272187

PID 027-788-024 STRATA LOT 15 DL 14 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3606

PID 028-435-168 STRATA LOT 2 DL 14 ODYD STRATA PLAN EPS150

2693 GORE

LB412417

205-457 WEST AVE

LB272187

PID 027-788-032 STRATA LOT 16 DL 14 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3606

PID 028-435-176 STRATA LOT 3 DL 14 ODYD STRATA PLAN EPS150

480 OSPREY

LB412417

206-457 WEST AVE

LB272187

PID 027-788-041 STRATA LOT 17 DL 14 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3606

PID 028-435-184 STRATA LOT 4 DL 14 ODYD STRATA PLAN EPS150

202 – 484 OSPREY

LB412417

207-457 WEST AVE

LB272187

PID 027-788-059 STRATA LOT 18 DL 14 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3606

PID 028-435-192 STRATA LOT 5 DL 14 ODYD STRATA PLAN EPS150

202 – 484 OSPREY

LB412417

PID 028-435-206 STRATA LOT 6 DL 14 ODYD STRATA PLAN EPS150

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CIVIC ADDRESS

LB412417

PID 028-435-214 STRATA LOT 7 DL 14 ODYD STRATA PLAN EPS150

1745 CHAPMAN

LB501047

PID 028-791-649 LOT 2 DISTRICT LOT 139 ODYD PLAN KAP92715

2268 PANDOSY

CA2396492

PID 028-857-232 LOT A DISTRICT LOT 14 OSOYOOS DIVISION YALE DISTRICT PLAN EPP18664

1775 CHAPMAN

LB501047

PID 028-791-657 LOT 3 DISTRICT LOT 139 ODYD PLAN KAP92715

2268 PANDOSY

LB356411 LB352378

PID 028-857-232 LOT A DISTRICT LOT 14 OSOYOOS DIVISION YALE DISTRICT PLAN EPP18664

1770 RICHTER

LB501047

PID 028-791-665 LOT 4 DISTRICT LOT 139 ODYD PLAN KAP92715

555 BUCKLAND

LB501047

LB356411

PID 028-465-911

PID 028-791-673 LOT 5 DISTRICT LOT 139 ODYD PLAN KAP92715

LB352378

AIR SPACE PARCEL A DISTRICT LOT 14 ODYD AIR SPACE PLAN KAP91784

550 ROWCLIFFE

LB501047

PID 028-791-801 LOT 6 DISTRICT LOT 139 ODYD PLAN KAP92715

KM50116

PID 023-956-631 LOT A DISTRICT LOT 14 ODYD PLAN KAP60581 EXCEPT 67528

1850 RICHTER

LB501047

PID 028-791-819 LOT 7 DISTRICT LOT 139 ODYD PLAN KAP92715

797 LEON AVE

X196775

CP KAS960

102 – 797 LEON AVE

X196775

PID 017-514-711 STRATA LOT 1 DISTRICT LOT 138 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS960

CIVIC ADDRESS

SRW CHARGE NUMBER(S) OF SRW BEING TRANSFERRED

201 – 484 OSPREY

2251 ABBOTT

2268 PANDOSY

SRW CHARGE NUMBER(S) OF SRW BEING TRANSFERRED

LEGAL DESCRIPTION OF Affected Parcel of Land Containing that SRW Charge

KM50116

PID 028-857-232 LOT A DISTRICT LOT 14 ODYD PLAN EPP18664

KM50116

PID 028-465-911 AIR SPACE PARCEL A DISTRICT LOT 14 ODYD AIR SPACE PLAN KAP91784

101 - 797 LEON AVE

X196775

PID 017-514-720 STRATA LOT 2 DISTRICT LOT 138 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS960

835 GRENFELL

D34358 D34358

CP EPS216 CP KAS 2517

103 – 797 LEON AVE

X196775

805 GRENFELL

D34358

PID 003-931-137 LOT 10 DISTRICT LOT 136 ODYD PLAN 9138

PID 017-514-738 STRATA LOT 3 DISTRICT LOT 138 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS960

105 – 797 LEON AVE

X196775

817 GRENFELL

D34358

PID 009-736-298 LOT 11 DISTRICT LOT 136 ODYD PLAN 9138

PID 017-514-746 STRATA LOT 4 DISTRICT LOT 138 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS960

825 GRENFELL

D34358

PID 008-072-621 LOT 12 DISTRICT LOT 136 ODYD PLAN 9138

106 – 797 LEON AVE

X196775

841 GRENFELL

D34358

PID 009-736-387 LOT 14 DISTRICT LOT 136 ODYD PLAN 9138

PID 017-514-754 STRATA LOT 5 DISTRICT LOT 138 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS960

104 – 797 LEON AVE

X196775

851 GRENFELL

D34358

PID 003-263-410 LOT 15 DISTRICT LOT 136 ODYD PLAN 9138

PID 017-514-762 STRATA LOT 6 DISTRICT LOT 138 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS960

857 GRENFELL

D34358

PID 009-736-425 LOT 16 DISTRICT LOT 136 ODYD PLAN 9138

202 – 797 LEON AVE

X196775

867 GRENFELL

D34358

PID 009-736-441 LOT 17 DISTRICT LOT 136 ODYD PLAN 9138

PID 017-514-771 STRATA LOT 7 DISTRICT LOT 138 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS960

201 – 797 LEON AVE

X196775

570 LEVITT

KW174544

CP KAS2765

570 LEVITT

KW174544

PID 026-200-813 STRATA LOT 1 DISTRICT LOT 14 ODYD KAS2765

PID 017-514-789 STRATA LOT 8 DISTRICT LOT 138 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS960

203 – 797 LEON AVE

X196775

579 ELLIOT

KW174544

PID 026-200-821 STRATA LOT 2 DISTRICT LOT 14 ODYD KAS2765

PID 017-514-797 STRATA LOT 9 DISTRICT LOT 138 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS960

2124 PANDOSY

KW162558

CP KAS3144

205 – 797 LEON AVE

X196775

5 – 2124 PANDOSY

KW162558

PID 026-923-181 STRATA LOT 1 DISTRICT LOT 14 ODYD KAS3144

PID 017-514-801 STRATA LOT 10 DISTRICT LOT 138 ODYD

207 – 797 LEON AVE

X196775

209 – 797 LEON AVE

X196775

208 – 797 LEON AVE

X196775

PID 017-514-835 STRATA LOT 13 DISTRICT LOT 138 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS960

206 – 797 LEON AVE

X196775

PID 017-514-843 STRATA LOT 14 DISTRICT LOT 138 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS960

204 – 797 LEON AVE

X196775

PID 017-514-851 STRATA LOT 15 DISTRICT LOT 138 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS960

302 – 797 LEON AVE

X196775

PID 017-514-860 STRATA LOT 16 DISTRICT LOT 138 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS960

301 – 797 LEON AVE

X196775

PID 017-514-878 STRATA LOT 17 DISTRICT LOT 138 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS960

303 – 797 LEON AVE

X196775

PID 017-514-886 STRATA LOT 18 DISTRICT LOT 138 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS960

308 – 797 LEON AVE

X196775

PID 017-514-924 STRATA LOT 22 DISTRICT LOT 138 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS960 PID 017-514-932 STRATA LOT 23 DISTRICT LOT 138 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS960 PID 017-514-941 STRATA LOT 24 DISTRICT LOT 138 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS960 PID 017-514-967 STRATA LOT 26 DISTRICT LOT 138 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS960

STRATA PLAN KAS960

2 – 2124 PANDOSY

KW162558

PID 026-923-190 STRATA LOT 2 DISTRICT LOT 14 ODYD KAS3144

1 – 2124 PANDOSY

KW162558

PID 026-923-203 STRATA LOT 3 DISTRICT LOT 14 ODYD KAS3144

4 – 2124 PANDOSY

KW162558

PID 026-923-211 STRATA LOT 4 DISTRICT LOT 14 ODYD KAS3144

3 – 2124 PANDOSY

KW162558

PID 026-923-220 STRATA LOT 5 DISTRICT LOT 14 ODYD KAS3144

865 GLENWOOD

92449E

PID 003-997-936 LOT A SECTION 19 TOWNSHIP 26 ODYD PLAN 30334

2180 ETHEL

92449E

PID 003-997-952 LOT B SECTION 26 TOWNSHIP 26 DISTRICT LOT 136 ODYD PLAN 30334

580 LEVITT

KW174545

CP KAS2795

589 ELLIOT

KW174545

PID 026-247-488 STRATA LOT 1 DISTRICT LOT 14 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS2795

580 LEVITT

KW174545

PID 026-247-496 STRATA LOT 2 DISTRICT LOT 14 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS2795

1737 PANDOSY

LB488022

CP EPS898

1 – 1737 PANDOSY

LB488022

PID 028-892-992 STRATA LOT 1 DISTRICT LOT 14 ODYD EPS898

2 – 1737 PANDOSY

LB488022

PID 028-893-000 STRATA LOT 2 DISTRICT LOT 14 ODYD EPS898

3 – 1737 PANDOSY

LB488022

PID 028-893-018 STRATA LOT 3 DISTRICT LOT 14 ODYD EPS898

306 – 797 LEON AVE

X196775

1737 PANDOSY

LB488022

PID 028-815-106 LOT 1 DISTRICT LOT 139 ODYD PLAN EPP18304 EXCEPT STRATA PLAN EPS898 PHASE 1

304 – 797 LEON AVE

X196775

1800 RICHTER

LB501047

PID 028-871-570 LOT A DISTRICT LOTS 14 AND 139 ODYD PLAN EPP18764

401 – 797 LEON AVE

X196775

653 HARVEY AVE

LB501047

PID 028-791-631 LOT 1 DISTRICT LOT 139 ODYD PLAN KAP92715

405 – 797 LEON AVE

X196775

PID 017-514-819 STRATA LOT 11 DISTRICT LOT 138 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS960 PID 017-514-827 STRATA LOT 12 DISTRICT LOT 138 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS960

PID 017-514-983 STRATA LOT 28 DISTRICT LOT 138 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS960

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NOTICE OF DISPOSITION SRW CHARGE NUMBER(S) OF SRW BEING TRANSFERRED

LEGAL DESCRIPTION OF Affected Parcel of Land Containing that SRW Charge

SRW CHARGE NUMBER(S) OF SRW BEING TRANSFERRED

407 – 797 LEON AVE

X196775

PID 017-514-991 STRATA LOT 29 DISTRICT LOT 138 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS960

601 – 1395 ELLIS ST

LB348501

PID 028-077-717 STRATA LOT 25 DISTRICT LOT 139 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3731

406 – 797 LEON AVE

X196775

PID 017-515-025 STRATA LOT 32 DISTRICT LOT 138 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS960

602 – 1395 ELLIS ST

LB348501

PID 028-077-725 STRATA LOT 26 DISTRICT LOT 139 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3731

404 – 797 LEON AVE

X196775

PID 017-515-033 STRATA LOT 33 DISTRICT LOT 138 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS960

603 – 1395 ELLIS ST

LB348501

PID 028-077-733 STRATA LOT 27 DISTRICT LOT 139 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3731

1385-1399 ELLIS ST

LB348501

CP KAS3731

604 – 1395 ELLIS ST

LB348501

1385 ELLIS ST

LB348501

PID 028-077-474 STRATA LOT 1 DISTRICT LOT 139 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3731

PID 028-077-741 STRATA LOT 28 DISTRICT LOT 139 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3731

605 – 1395 ELLIS ST

LB348501

1389 ELLIS ST

LB348501

PID 028-077-482 STRATA LOT 2 DISTRICT LOT 139 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3731

PID 028-077-750 STRATA LOT 29 DISTRICT LOT 139 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3731

606 – 1395 ELLIS ST

LB348501

1391 ELLIS ST

LB348501

PID 028-077-491 STRATA LOT 3 DISTRICT LOT 139 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3731

PID 028-077-768 STRATA LOT 30 DISTRICT LOT 139 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3731

607 – 1395 ELLIS ST

LB348501

1393 ELLIS ST

LB348501

PID 028-077-504 STRATA LOT 4 DISTRICT LOT 139 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3731

PID 028-077-776 STRATA LOT 31 DISTRICT LOT 139 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3731

608 – 1395 ELLIS ST

LB348501

1399 ELLIS ST

LB348501

PID 028-077-512 STRATA LOT 5 DISTRICT LOT 139 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3731

PID 028-077-784 STRATA LOT 32 DISTRICT LOT 139 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3731

701 – 1395 ELLIS ST

LB348501

504 DOYLE AVE

LB348501

PID 028-077-521 STRATA LOT 6 DISTRICT LOT 139 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3731

PID 028-077-792 STRATA LOT 33 DISTRICT LOT 139 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3731

702 – 1395 ELLIS ST

LB348501

506 DOYLE AVE

LB348501

PID 028-077-539 STRATA LOT 7 DISTRICT LOT 139 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3731

PID 028-077-806 STRATA LOT 34 DISTRICT LOT 139 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3731

703 – 1395 ELLIS ST

LB348501

508 DOYLE AVE

LB348501

PID 028-077-547 STRATA LOT 8 DISTRICT LOT 139 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3731

PID 028-077-814 STRATA LOT 35 DISTRICT LOT 139 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3731

704 – 1395 ELLIS ST

LB348501

401 – 1395 ELLIS ST

LB348501

PID 028-077-555 STRATA LOT 9 DISTRICT LOT 139 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3731

PID 028-077-822 STRATA LOT 36 DISTRICT LOT 139 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3731

705 – 1395 ELLIS ST

LB348501

402 – 1395 ELLIS ST

LB348501

PID 028-077-563 STRATA LOT 10 DISTRICT LOT 139 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3731

PID 028-077-831 STRATA LOT 37 DISTRICT LOT 139 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3731

706 – 1395 ELLIS ST

LB348501

403 – 1395 ELLIS ST

LB348501

PID 028-077-571 STRATA LOT 11 DISTRICT LOT 139 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3731

PID 028-077-849 STRATA LOT 38 DISTRICT LOT 139 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3731

801 – 1395 ELLIS ST

LB348501

404 – 1395 ELLIS ST

LB348501

PID 028-077-580 STRATA LOT 12 DISTRICT LOT 139 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3731

PID 028-077-857 STRATA LOT 39 DISTRICT LOT 139 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3731

802 – 1395 ELLIS ST

LB348501

405 – 1395 ELLIS ST

LB348501

PID 028-077-598 STRATA LOT 13 DISTRICT LOT 139 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3731

PID 028-077-865 STRATA LOT 40 DISTRICT LOT 139 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3731

803 – 1395 ELLIS ST

LB348501

406 – 1395 ELLIS ST

LB348501

PID 028-077-601 STRATA LOT 14 DISTRICT LOT 139 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3731

PID 028-077-873 STRATA LOT 41 DISTRICT LOT 139 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3731

804 – 1395 ELLIS ST

LB348501

407 – 1395 ELLIS ST

LB348501

PID 028-077-610 STRATA LOT 15 DISTRICT LOT 139 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3731

PID 028-077-881 STRATA LOT 42 DISTRICT LOT 139 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3731

901 – 1395 ELLIS ST

LB348501

408 – 1395 ELLIS ST

LB348501

PID 028-077-628 STRATA LOT 16 DISTRICT LOT 139 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3731

PID 028-077-890 STRATA LOT 43 DISTRICT LOT 139 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3731

902 – 1395 ELLIS ST

LB348501

409 – 1395 ELLIS ST

LB348501

PID 028-077-636 STRATA LOT 17 DISTRICT LOT 139 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3731

PID 028-077-903 STRATA LOT 44 DISTRICT LOT 139 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3731

903 – 1395 ELLIS ST

LB348501

502 – 1395 ELLIS ST

LB348501

PID 028-077-644 STRATA LOT 18 DISTRICT LOT 139 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3731

PID 028-077-911 STRATA LOT 45 DISTRICT LOT 139 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3731

904 – 1395 ELLIS ST

LB348501

503 – 1395 ELLIS ST

LB348501

PID 028-077-652 STRATA LOT 19 DISTRICT LOT 139 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3731

PID 028-077-920 STRATA LOT 46 DISTRICT LOT 139 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3731

1001 – 1395 ELLIS ST

LB348501

504 – 1395 ELLIS ST

LB348501

PID 028-077-661 STRATA LOT 20 DISTRICT LOT 139 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3731

PID 028-077-938 STRATA LOT 47 DISTRICT LOT 139 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3731

1002 – 1395 ELLIS ST

LB348501

505 – 1395 ELLIS ST LB348501

PID 028-077-679 STRATA LOT 21 DISTRICT LOT 139 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3731

PID 028-077-946 STRATA LOT 48 DISTRICT LOT 139 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3731

1003 – 1395 ELLIS ST

LB348501

506 – 1395 ELLIS ST

LB348501

PID 028-077-687 STRATA LOT 22 DISTRICT LOT 139 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3731

PID 028-077-954 STRATA LOT 49 DISTRICT LOT 139 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3731

1004 – 1395 ELLIS ST

LB348501

507 – 1395 ELLIS ST

LB348501

PID 028-077-695 STRATA LOT 23 DISTRICT LOT 139 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3731

PID 028-077-962 STRATA LOT 50 DISTRICT LOT 139 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3731

1101 – 1395 ELLIS ST

LB348501

PID 028-077-971 STRATA LOT 51 DISTRICT LOT 139 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3731

508 – 1395 ELLIS ST

LB348501

LEGAL DESCRIPTION OF Affected Parcel of Land Containing that SRW Charge

CIVIC ADDRESS

CIVIC ADDRESS

PID 028-077-709 STRATA LOT 24 DISTRICT LOT 139 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3731

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SRW CHARGE NUMBER(S) OF SRW BEING TRANSFERRED

LEGAL DESCRIPTION OF Affected Parcel of Land Containing that SRW Charge

1102 – 1395 ELLIS ST

LB348501

PID 028-077-989 STRATA LOT 52 DISTRICT LOT 139 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3731

1103 – 1395 ELLIS ST

LB348501

PID 028-077-997 STRATA LOT 53 DISTRICT LOT 139 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3731

1104 – 1395 ELLIS ST

LB348501

PID 028-078-004 STRATA LOT 54 DISTRICT LOT 139 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3731

1201 – 1395 ELLIS ST

LB348501

PID 028-078-012 STRATA LOT 55 DISTRICT LOT 139 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3731

1202 – 1395 ELLIS ST

LB348501

PID 028-078-021 STRATA LOT 56 DISTRICT LOT 139 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3731

1203 – 1395 ELLIS ST

LB348501

PID 028-078-039 STRATA LOT 57 DISTRICT LOT 139 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3731

1301 – 1395 ELLIS ST

LB348501

PID 028-078-047 STRATA LOT 58 DISTRICT LOT 139 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3731

1302 – 1395 ELLIS ST

LB348501

PID 028-078-055 STRATA LOT 59 DISTRICT LOT 139 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3731

1401 – 1395 ELLIS ST

LB348501

PID 028-078-063 STRATA LOT 60 DISTRICT LOT 139 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3731

1402 – 1395 ELLIS ST

LB348501

PID 028-078-071 STRATA LOT 61 DISTRICT LOT 139 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3731

1501 – 1395 ELLIS ST

LB348501

PID 028-078-080 STRATA LOT 62 DISTRICT LOT 139 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3731

1447-1449 ELLIS

LB413956

CP KAS3829

101 - 1447 ELLIS

LB413956

PID 028-351-177 STRATA LOT 1 DISTRICT LOT 139 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3829

102 – 1447 ELLIS

LB413956

PID 028-351-185 STRATA LOT 2 DISTRICT LOT 139 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3829

201 – 1447 ELLIS

LB413956

PID 028-351-193 STRATA LOT 3 DISTRICT LOT 139 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3829

202 – 1447 ELLIS

LB413956

PID 028-351-207 STRATA LOT 4 DISTRICT LOT 139 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3829

203 – 1447 ELLIS

LB413956

PID 028-351-215 STRATA LOT 5 DISTRICT LOT 139 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3829

204 – 1447 ELLIS

LB413956

PID 028-351-223 STRATA LOT 6 DISTRICT LOT 139 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3829

301 – 1447 ELLIS

LB413956

PID 028-351-231 STRATA LOT 7 DISTRICT LOT 139 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3829

302 – 1447 ELLIS

LB413956

PID 028-351-240 STRATA LOT 8 DISTRICT LOT 139 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3829

303 – 1447 ELLIS

LB413956

304 – 1447 ELLIS

LB413956

401- 1447 ELLIS

LB413956

1810 GORDON DRIVE

CA2644475

1810-1824 GORDON 1510 KELGLEN

CA2644475 CA2644477 T56267

1537 LAWN (FIRST SRW)

T56267

PID 028-351-258 STRATA LOT 9 DISTRICT LOT 139 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3829 PID 028-351-266 STRATA LOT 10 DISTRICT LOT 139 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3829 PID 028-351-274 STRATA LOT 11 DISTRICT LOT 139 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3829 PID 028-874-315 LOT 1 DISTRICT LOT 138 ODYD PLAN EPP19088 PID 028-874-323 LOT 2 DISTRICT LOT 138 ODYD PLAN EPP19088 PID 001-555-987 LOT A SECTION 20 TOWNSHIP 26 ODYD PLAN 35405 PID 008-199-612 LOT 4 SECTION 20 ODYD PLAN 38503

1507 ALTA VISTA

T56267

PID 008-199-655 LOT 7 SECTION 20 ODYD PLAN 38503

1487 ALTA VISTA

T56267

PID 008-199-698 LOT 9 SECTION 20 ODYD PLAN 38503

1477 ALTA VISTA

T56267

PID 008-199-710 LOT 10 SECTION 20 ODYD PLAN 38503

CIVIC ADDRESS

SRW CHARGE NUMBER(S) OF SRW BEING TRANSFERRED

LEGAL DESCRIPTION OF Affected Parcel of Land Containing that SRW Charge

1537 LAWN (2ND SRW)

V55871

PID 008-199-612 LOT 4 SECTION 20 ODYD PLAN 38503

1507 ALTA VISTA

V55871

PID 008-199-655 LOT 7 SECTION 20 ODYD PLAN 38503

1487 ALTA VISTA

V55871

PID 008-199-698 LOT 9 SECTION 20 ODYD PLAN 38503

1477 ALTA VISTA

V55871

PID 008-199-710 LOT 10 SECTION 20 ODYD PLAN 38503

Near 1125 BERNARD AVE KW96801

CP KAS2739

104 - 1125 BERNARD AVE KW96801

PID 026-154-471 STRATA LOT 1 DISTRICT LOT 137 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS2739

201 - 1125 BERNARD AVE KW96801

PID 026-154-498 STRATA LOT 2 DISTRICT LOT 137 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS2739

206 - 1125 BERNARD AVE KW96801

PID 026-154-501 STRATA LOT 3 DISTRICT LOT 137 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS2739

205 - 1125 BERNARD AVE KW96801

PID 026-154-510 STRATA LOT 4 DISTRICT LOT 137 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS2739

203 - 1125 BERNARD AVE KW96801

PID 026-154-528 STRATA LOT 5 DISTRICT LOT 137 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS2739

204 - 1125 BERNARD AVE KW96801

PID 026-154-536 STRATA LOT 6 DISTRICT LOT 137 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS2739

301 - 1125 BERNARD AVE KW96801

PID 026-154-544 STRATA LOT 7 DISTRICT LOT 137 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS2739

306 - 1125 BERNARD AVE KW96801

PID 026-154-552 STRATA LOT 8 DISTRICT LOT 137 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS2739

302 - 1125 BERNARD AVE KW96801

PID 026-154-561 STRATA LOT 9 DISTRICT LOT 137 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS2739

305 - 1125 BERNARD AVE KW96801

PID 026-154-579 STRATA LOT 10 DISTRICT LOT 137 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS2739

303 - 1125 BERNARD AVE KW96801

PID 026-154-587 STRATA LOT 11 DISTRICT LOT 137 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS2739

304 - 1125 BERNARD AVE KW96801

PID 026-154-595 STRATA LOT 12 DISTRICT LOT 137 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS2739

401 - 1125 BERNARD AVE KW96801

PID 026-154-609 STRATA LOT 13 DISTRICT LOT 137 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS2739

406 - 1125 BERNARD AVE KW96801

PID 026-154-617 STRATA LOT 14 DISTRICT LOT 137 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS2739

402 - 1125 BERNARD AVE KW96801

PID 026-154-625 STRATA LOT 15 DISTRICT LOT 137 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS2739

405 - 1125 BERNARD AVE KW96801

PID 026-154-633 STRATA LOT 16 DISTRICT LOT 137 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS2739

403 - 1125 BERNARD AVE KW96801

PID 026-154-641 STRATA LOT 17 DISTRICT LOT 137 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS2739

404 - 1125 BERNARD AVE KW96801

PID 026-154-650 STRATA LOT 18 DISTRICT LOT 137 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS2739

1315 – 1339 ST. PAUL

KX124470

CP KAS3011

1339 ST. PAUL ST

KX124470

PID 026-661-063 STRATA LOT 1 DISTRICT LOT 139 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3011

1333 ST. PAUL ST

KX124470

PID 026-661-071 STRATA LOT 2 DISTRICT LOT 139 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3011

1321 ST. PAUL ST

KX124470

PID 026-661-080 STRATA LOT 3 DISTRICT LOT 139 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3011

1315 ST. PAUL ST

KX124470

PID 026-661-098 STRATA LOT 4 DISTRICT LOT 139 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3011

101 - 1327 ST. PAUL ST

KX124470

PID 026-661-101 STRATA LOT 5 DISTRICT LOT 139 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3011

102 – 1327 ST. PAUL ST

KX124470

PID 026-661-110 STRATA LOT 6 DISTRICT LOT 139 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3011

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LEGAL DESCRIPTION OF Affected Parcel of Land Containing that SRW Charge

SRW CHARGE NUMBER(S) OF SRW BEING TRANSFERRED

103 – 1327 ST. PAUL ST

KX124470

PID 026-661-128 STRATA LOT 7 DISTRICT LOT 139 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3011

305 – 1327 ST. PAUL ST

KX124470

PID 026-661-403 STRATA LOT 35 DISTRICT LOT 139 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3011

104 – 1327 ST. PAUL ST

KX124470

PID 026-661-136 STRATA LOT 8 DISTRICT LOT 139 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3011

306 – 1327 ST. PAUL ST

KX124470

PID 026-661-411 STRATA LOT 36 DISTRICT LOT 139 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3011

105 – 1327 ST. PAUL ST

KX124470

PID 026-661-144 STRATA LOT 9 DISTRICT LOT 139 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3011

307 – 1327 ST. PAUL ST

KX124470

PID 026-661-420 STRATA LOT 37 DISTRICT LOT 139 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3011

106 – 1327 ST. PAUL ST

KX124470

PID 026-661-152 STRATA LOT 10 DISTRICT LOT 139 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3011

308 – 1327 ST. PAUL ST

KX124470

PID 026-661-438 STRATA LOT 38 DISTRICT LOT 139 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3011

107 – 1327 ST. PAUL ST

KX124470

PID 026-661-161 STRATA LOT 11 DISTRICT LOT 139 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3011

309 – 1327 ST. PAUL ST

KX124470

PID 026-661-446 STRATA LOT 39 DISTRICT LOT 139 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3011

108 – 1327 ST. PAUL ST

KX124470

PID 026-661-179 STRATA LOT 12 DISTRICT LOT 139 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3011

310 – 1327 ST. PAUL ST

KX124470

PID 026-661-454 STRATA LOT 40 DISTRICT LOT 139 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3011

109 – 1327 ST. PAUL ST

KX124470

PID 026-661-187 STRATA LOT 13 DISTRICT LOT 139 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3011

311 – 1327 ST. PAUL ST

KX124470

PID 026-661-462 STRATA LOT 41 DISTRICT LOT 139 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3011

110 – 1327 ST. PAUL ST

KX124470

PID 026-661-195 STRATA LOT 14 DISTRICT LOT 139 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3011

312 – 1327 ST. PAUL ST

KX124470

PID 026-661-471 STRATA LOT 42 DISTRICT LOT 139 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3011

111 – 1327 ST. PAUL ST

KX124470

PID 026-661-209 STRATA LOT 15 DISTRICT LOT 139 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3011

313 – 1327 ST. PAUL ST

KX124470

PID 026-661-489 STRATA LOT 43 DISTRICT LOT 139 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3011

112 – 1327 ST. PAUL ST

KX124470

PID 026-661-217 STRATA LOT 16 DISTRICT LOT 139 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3011

401 – 1327 ST. PAUL ST

KX124470

PID 026-661-497 STRATA LOT 44 DISTRICT LOT 139 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3011

113 – 1327 ST. PAUL ST

KX124470

PID 026-661-225 STRATA LOT 17 DISTRICT LOT 139 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3011

402 – 1327 ST. PAUL ST

KX124470

PID 026-661-501 STRATA LOT 45 DISTRICT LOT 139 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3011

201 – 1327 ST. PAUL ST

KX124470

PID 026-661-233 STRATA LOT 18 DISTRICT LOT 139 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3011

403 – 1327 ST. PAUL ST

KX124470

PID 026-661-519 STRATA LOT 46 DISTRICT LOT 139 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3011

202 – 1327 ST. PAUL ST

KX124470

PID 026-661-241 STRATA LOT 19 DISTRICT LOT 139 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3011

404 – 1327 ST. PAUL ST

KX124470

PID 026-661-527 STRATA LOT 47 DISTRICT LOT 139 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3011

203 – 1327 ST. PAUL ST

KX124470

PID 026-661-250 STRATA LOT 20 DISTRICT LOT 139 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3011

405 – 1327 ST. PAUL ST

KX124470

PID 026-661-535 STRATA LOT 48 DISTRICT LOT 139 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3011

204 – 1327 ST. PAUL ST

KX124470

PID 026-661-268 STRATA LOT 21 DISTRICT LOT 139 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3011

406 – 1327 ST. PAUL ST

KX124470

PID 026-661-543 STRATA LOT 49 DISTRICT LOT 139 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3011

205 – 1327 ST. PAUL ST

KX124470

407 – 1327 ST. PAUL ST

KX124470

206 – 1327 ST. PAUL ST

KX124470

PID 026-661-551 STRATA LOT 50 DISTRICT LOT 139 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3011

408 – 1327 ST. PAUL ST

KX124470

207 – 1327 ST. PAUL ST

KX124470

PID 026-661-560 STRATA LOT 51 DISTRICT LOT 139 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3011

409 – 1327 ST. PAUL ST

KX124470

208 – 1327 ST. PAUL ST

KX124470

PID 026-661-578 STRATA LOT 52 DISTRICT LOT 139 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3011

410 – 1327 ST. PAUL ST

KX124470

209 – 1327 ST. PAUL ST

KX124470

PID 026-661-586 STRATA LOT 53 DISTRICT LOT 139 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3011

411 – 1327 ST. PAUL ST

KX124470

210 – 1327 ST. PAUL ST

KX124470

PID 026-661-276 STRATA LOT 22 DISTRICT LOT 139 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3011 PID 026-661-284 STRATA LOT 23 DISTRICT LOT 139 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3011 PID 026-661-292 STRATA LOT 24 DISTRICT LOT 139 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3011 PID 026-661-306 STRATA LOT 25 DISTRICT LOT 139 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3011 PID 026-661-314 STRATA LOT 26 DISTRICT LOT 139 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3011 PID 026-661-322 STRATA LOT 27 DISTRICT LOT 139 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3011 PID 026-661-331 STRATA LOT 28 DISTRICT LOT 139 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3011 PID 026-661-349 STRATA LOT 29 DISTRICT LOT 139 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3011 PID 026-661-357 STRATA LOT 30 DISTRICT LOT 139 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3011 PID 026-661-365 STRATA LOT 31 DISTRICT LOT 139 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3011 PID 026-661-373 STRATA LOT 32 DISTRICT LOT 139 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3011

PID 026-661-594 STRATA LOT 54 DISTRICT LOT 139 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3011

412 – 1327 ST. PAUL ST

KX124470

PID 026-661-608 STRATA LOT 55 DISTRICT LOT 139 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3011

413 – 1327 ST. PAUL ST

KX124470

PID 026-661-616 STRATA LOT 56 DISTRICT LOT 139 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3011

100 – 1357 ELLIS ST

LB239921

PID 027-881-962 STRATA LOT 15 DISTRICT LOT 139 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3275

101 - 1357 ELLIS ST

LB239921

PID 027-881-971 STRATA LOT 16 DISTRICT LOT 139 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3275

102- 1357 ELLIS ST

LB239921

PID 027-881-989 STRATA LOT 17 DISTRICT LOT 139 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3275

203 - 1353 ELLIS ST

LB239921

PID 027-881-997 STRATA LOT 18 DISTRICT LOT 139 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3275

204 - 1353 ELLIS ST

LB239921

PID 027-882-004 STRATA LOT 19 DISTRICT LOT 139 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3275

211 – 1327 ST. PAUL ST 212 – 1327 ST. PAUL ST 213 – 1327 ST. PAUL ST

KX124470 KX124470 KX124470

LEGAL DESCRIPTION OF Affected Parcel of Land Containing that SRW Charge

CIVIC ADDRESS

CIVIC ADDRESS

301 – 1327 ST. PAUL ST

KX124470

302 – 1327 ST. PAUL ST

KX124470

303 – 1327 ST. PAUL ST

KX124470

PID 026-661-381 STRATA LOT 33 DISTRICT LOT 139 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3011

304 – 1327 ST. PAUL ST

KX124470

PID 026-661-390 STRATA LOT 34 DISTRICT LOT 139 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3011

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LEGAL DESCRIPTION OF Affected Parcel of Land Containing that SRW Charge

SRW CHARGE NUMBER(S) OF SRW BEING TRANSFERRED

204 - 1353 ELLIS ST

LB239921

PID 027-882-012 STRATA LOT 20 DISTRICT LOT 139 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3275

1103 GLENVIEW

LB395865

PID 028-275-608 STRATA LOT 20 SECTION 30 TOWNSHIP 26 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3808

206 - 1353 ELLIS ST

LB239921

PID 027-882-021 STRATA LOT 21 DISTRICT LOT 139 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3275

1111 GLENVIEW

LB395865

PID 028-275-616 STRATA LOT 21 SECTION 30 TOWNSHIP 26 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3808

304 - 1353 ELLIS ST

LB239921

PID 027-882-039 STRATA LOT 22 DISTRICT LOT 139 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3275

1119 GLENVIEW CRT

LB395865

PID 028-275-624 STRATA LOTS 22 SECTION 30 TOWNSHIP 30 26 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3808

425 BAY

KW120471

PID 025-012-592 LOT 1 DISTRICT LOT 139 ODYD PLAN KAP68693

1116 LAMBERT LANE

LB395865

437 BAY

KW120471

PID 025-013-343 LOT 2 DISTRICT LOT 139 ODYD PLAN KAP68693

PID 028-275-632 STRATA LOT 23 SECTION 30 TOWNSHIP 26 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3808

1112 LAMBERT LANE

LB395865

437 BAY

KW120471

PID 025-013-343 LOT 2 DISTRICT LOT 139 ODYD PLAN KAP68693

PID 028-275-641 STRATA LOT 24 SECTION 30 TOWNSHIP 26 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3808

1030-1040 WEDDELL

KT19906

PID 026-272-857 LOT 2 SECTION 30 TOWNSHIP 26 ODYD PLAN KAP77986

1108 LAMBERT LANE

LB395865

PID 028-275-659 STRATA LOT 25 SECTION 30 TOWNSHIP 26 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3808

1015 CROWLEY

KT19906

PID 025-020-331 LOT B SECTION 30 TOWNSHIP 26 ODYD PLAN KAP68918

1104 LAMBERT LANE

LB395865

PID 028-275-667 STRATA LOT 26 SECTION 30 TOWNSHIP 26 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3808

1095 ETHEL AVE

LB480018

PID 010-322-973 LOT 1 BLOCK 5 SECTION 30 TOWNSHIP 26 ODYD PLAN 5452

1120 LAMBERT LANE

LB395865

PID 028-275-675 STRATA LOT 27 SECTION 30 TOWNSHIP 26 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3808

NO CIVIC FOUND

LB480018

PID 010-322-981 LOT 2 BLOCK 5 SECTION 30 TOWNSHIP 26 ODYD PLAN 5452

1130 LAMBERT LANE

LB395865

PID 028-275-683 STRATA LOT 28 SECTION 30 TOWNSHIP 30 26 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3808

1358 GLENVIEW

LB395865

CP KAS3808

1138 LAMBERT LANE

LB395865

1203 GLENVIEW

LB395865

PID 028-275-411 STRATA LOT 1 SECTION 30 TOWNSHIP 26 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3808

PID 028-275-691 STRATA LOT 29 SECTION 30 TOWNSHIP 30 26 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3808

1146 LAMBERT

LB395865

PID 028-275-420 STRATA LOT 2 SECTION 30 TOWNSHIP 26 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3808

PID 028-275-705 STRATA LOT 30 SECTION 30 TOWNSHIP 26 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3808

1154 LAMBERT

LB395865

PID 028-275-438 STRATA LOT 3 SECTION 30 TOWNSHIP 30 26 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3808

PID 028-275-713 STRATA LOT 31 SECTION 30 TOWNSHIP 26 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3808

1162 LAMBERT LANE

LB395865

PID 028-275-721 STRATA LOT 32 SECTION 30 TOWNSHIP 30 26 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3808

1170 LAMBERT

LB395865

PID 028-275-730 STRATA LOT 33 SECTION 30 TOWNSHIP 26 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3808

1178 LAMBERT

LB395865

PID 028-275-748 STRATA LOT 34 SECTION 30 TOWNSHIP 26 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3808

1305 GLENVIEW

LA121372

CP KAS3510

1305 GLENVIEW AVE

LA121372

PID 027-600-505 STRATA LOT 1 SECTION 30 TOWNSHIP 26 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3510

1243 CERISE DR

LA121372

PID 027-600-513 STRATA LOT 2 SECTION 30 TOWNSHIP 26 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3510

1323 GLENVIEW

LA121372

PID 026-813-670 LOT 2 SECTION 30 TOWNSHIP 26 ODYD PLAN KAP81798

1377 GLENVIEW AVE

LA121372

PID 026-813-700 LOT 5 SECTION 30 TOWNSHIP 26 ODYD PLAN KAP81798

1395 GLENVIEW AVE

LA121372

PID 026-813-718 LOT 6 SECTION 30 TOWNSHIP 26 ODYD PLAN KAP81798

1137 CERISE

KC95521

PID 015-155-871 LOT 1 SECTION 30 TOWNSHIP 26 ODYD PLAN 42068

1162 KOBY CRT

KC95521

PID 015-155-943 LOT 7 SECTION 30 TOWNSHIP 26 ODYD PLAN 42068

1945 GOLFVIEW

X2642 PID 008-414-769 ASSIGNMENT LOT 1 SECTIONS 29 TOWNSHIP 26 ODYD OF C557 PLAN 17315

1975 GOLFVIEW DR

X2642 PID 003-287-432 ASSIGNMENT LOT 2 SECTION 29 TOWNSHIP 26 ODYD PLAN 17315 OF C557

905 EAGLE DR

X2642 PID 008-414-777 ASSIGNMENT LOT 3 SECTION 29 TOWNSHIP 26 ODYD PLAN 17315 OF C557

1995 GOLFVIEW DR

X2642 PID 008-414-793 ASSIGNMENT LOT 4 SECTION 29 TOWNSHIP 26 ODYD PLAN 17315 OF C557

2005 GOLFVIEW DR

X2642 PID 008-414-807 ASSIGNMENT LOT 5 SECTION 29 TOWNSHIP 26 ODYD PLAN 17315 OF C557

1195 GLENVIEW

1187 GLENVIEW CRT

1179 GLENVIEW CRT

LB395865

LB395865

LB395865

LEGAL DESCRIPTION OF Affected Parcel of Land Containing that SRW Charge

CIVIC ADDRESS

CIVIC ADDRESS

PID 028-275-446 STRATA LOT 4 SECTION 30 TOWNSHIP 30 26 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3808

1171 GLENVIEW

1163 GLENVIEW CRT

LB395865

LB395865

PID 028-275-454 STRATA LOT 5 SECTION 30 TOWNSHIP 26 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3808 PID 028-275-462 STRATA LOT 6 SECTION 30 TOWNSHIP 30 26 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3808

1155 GLENVIEW

LB395865

PID 028-275-471 STRATA LOT 7 SECTION 30 TOWNSHIP 26 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3808

1147 GLENVIEW CRT

LB395865

PID 028-275-489 STRATA LOT 8 SECTION 30 TOWNSHIP 30 26 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3808

1139 GLENVIEW

LB395865

PID 028-275-497 STRATA LOT 9 SECTION 30 TOWNSHIP 26 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3808

1131 GLENVIEW CRT

LB395865

PID 028-275-501 STRATA LOT 10 SECTION 30 TOWNSHIP 30 26 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3808

1123 GLENVIEW CT

LB395865

PID 028-275-519 STRATA LOT 11 SECTION 30 TOWNSHIP 26 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3808

1114 GLENVIEW

LB395865

PID 028-275-535 STRATA LOT 13 SECTION 30 TOWNSHIP 26 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3808

1106 GLENVIEW

LB395865

PID 028-275-543 STRATA LOT 14 SECTION 30 TOWNSHIP 26 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3808

1102 GLENVIEW CRT

LB395865

PID 028-275-551 STRATA LOT 15 SECTION 30 TOWNSHIP 30 26 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3808

1098 GLENVIEW CRT

LB395865

PID 028-275-560 STRATA LOTS 16 SECTION 30 TOWNSHIP 30 26 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3808

1094 GLENVIEW

LB395865

PID 028-275-578 STRATA LOT 17 SECTION 30 TOWNSHIP 26 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3808

1095 GLENVIEW

LB395865

PID 028-275-586 STRATA LOT 18 SECTION 30 TOWNSHIP 26 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3808

1099 GLENVIEW

LB395865

PID 028-275-594 STRATA LOT 19 SECTION 30 TOWNSHIP 26 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3808

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LEGAL DESCRIPTION OF Affected Parcel of Land Containing that SRW Charge

SRW CHARGE NUMBER(S) OF SRW BEING TRANSFERRED

2015 GOLFVIEW DR

X2642 PID 008-414-815 ASSIGNMENT LOT 6 SECTION 29 TOWNSHIP 26 ODYD PLAN 17315 OF C557

708 TRADITIONS CRES

LA140418

PID 026-850-389 LOT 15 SECTION 29 TOWNSHIP 26 ODYD PLAN KAP82131

2025 GOLFVIEW DR

X2642 PID 002-806-096 ASSIGNMENT LOT 7 SECTION 29 TOWNSHIP 26 ODYD PLAN 17315 OF C557

702 TRADITIONS

LA140418

PID 027-850-397 LOT 16 SECTION 29 TOWNSHIP 26 ODYD PLAN KAP82131

2035 GOLFVIEW DR

X2642 PID 008-414-840 ASSIGNMENT LOT 8 SECTION 29 TOWNSHIP 26 ODYD PLAN 17315 OF C557

725 TRADITIONS CRES

LA140418

PID 026-850-401 LOT 17 SECTION 29 TOWNSHIP 26 ODYD PLAN KAP82131

2045 GOLFVIEW

X2642 PID 008-414-858 ASSIGNMENT LOT 9 SECTION 29 TOWNSHIP 26 ODYD PLAN 17315 OF C557

721 TRADITIONS CRES

LA140418

PID 026-850-419 LOT 18 SECTION 29 TOWNSHIP 26 ODYD PLAN KAP82131

2055 GOLFVIEW

X2642 PID 008-414-866 ASSIGNMENT LOT 10 SECTION 29 TOWNSHIP 26 ODYD PLAN 17315 OF C557

717 TRADITIONS

LA140418

PID 026-850-427 LOT 19 SECTION 29 TOWNSHIP 26 ODYD PLAN KAP82131

2065 GOLFVIEW DR

X2642 PID 008-414-874 ASSIGNMENT LOT 11 SECTION 29 TOWNSHIP 26 ODYD PLAN 17315 OF C557

701 TRADITIONS

LA140418

PID 026-850-435 LOT 20 SECTION 29 AND 32 TOWNSHIP 26 ODYD PLAN KAP82131

1990 GOLFVIEW DR

X2642 PID 008-414-971 ASSIGNMENT LOT 18 SECTION 29 TOWNSHIP 26 ODYD PLAN 17315 OF C557

703 TRADITIONS CRES

LA140418

PID 026-850-443 LOT 21 SECTION 29 TOWNSHIP 26 ODYD PLAN KAP82131

1980 GOLFVIEW DR

X2642 PID 008-415-013 ASSIGNMENT LOT 19 SECTION 29 TOWNSHIP 26 ODYD PLAN 17315 OF C557

747 TRADITIONS

LA140418 LB247082

PID 027-491-501 LOT 3 SECTION 29 AND 30 TOWNSHIP 26 ODYD PLAN KAP86281

1970 GOLFVIEW DR

X2642 PID 003-372-618 ASSIGNMENT LOT 20 SECTION 29 TOWNSHIP 26 ODYD PLAN 17315 OF C557

729 TRADITIONS

LA140418

PID 027-491-536 LOT 6 SECTION 29 TOWNSHIP 26 ODYD PLAN KAP86281

1955 GOLFVIEW DR

X2642 PID 003-106-667 ASSIGNMENT LOT A SECTION 29 TOWNSHIP 26 ODYD PLAN 33685 OF C557

1737 MARKHAM

KX39175

PID 026-156-792 LOT 3 SECTION 32 TOWNSHIP 26 ODYD PLAN KAP77140

893 VALLEY RD

X2642 PID 007-922-337 ASSIGNMENT LOT A SECTION 29 TOWNSHIP 26 ODYD PLAN 20019 OF C557

1742 MARKHAM

KX39175

PID 026-156-806 LOT 4 SECTION 32 TOWNSHIP 26 ODYD PLAN KAP77140

1940 GOLFVIEW DR

X2642 PID 007-922-370 ASSIGNMENT LOT C SECTION 29 TOWNSHIP 26 ODYD PLAN 20019 OF C557

1758 MARKHAM

KX39175

PID 026-156-822 LOT 6 SECTIONS 29 AND 32 TOWNSHIP 26 ODYD PLAN KAP77140

1950 GOLFVIEW DR

X2642 PID 004-437-195 ASSIGNMENT LOT D SECTION 29 TOWNSHIP 26 ODYD PLAN 20019 OF C557

1766 MARKHAM

KX39175

PID 026-156-831 LOT 7 SECTIONS 29 AND 32 TOWNSHIP 26 ODYD PLAN KAP77140

705 TRADITIONS

LA140418

PID 027-939-898 LOT A SECTION 29 AND 32 TOWNSHIP 26 ODYD PLAN KAP89178

540-560 WEST AVE

LB355560

CP EPS125

1035 BERNARD AVE

CP KAS326

PID 027-939-936 LOT B SECTION 29 AND 32 TOWNSHIP 26 ODYD PLAN KAP89178

LB285919 CA2540852

2055 ETHEL

T48152

CP KAS356

3000 RICHTER

S51479

CP KAS386

1490B GORDON

LB111879 S74500

CP KAS472

1449 ST PAUL

C33229

CP KAS715

PID 027-939-952 LOT D SECTION 29 TOWNSHIP 26 ODYD PLAN KAP89178

1636 LEASIDE AVE

122384E

CP KAS1222

1468-1476 ST PAUL

J35201

CP KAS1618

1390 DILWORTH CRES

KT131092

CP KAS2424

PID 026-850-249 LOT 1 SECTION 29 TOWNSHIP 26 ODYD PLAN KAP82131

1965 PANDOSY

KW109666

CP KAS2680

1025-1027 TRENCH

KT19906

CP KAS3048

1331 ELLIS

LA171490

CP KAS3171

446 WEST AVE

LB230390

CP KAS3190

1353-1357 ELLIS

LB167121 LB239921

CP KAS3275

1636 LEASIDE AVE

122384E

CP KAS 3318

707 TRADITIONS

711 TRADITIONS CRES

711 TRADITIONS

707 BOYNTON PL

723 BOYNTON PL

756 TRADITIONS CRES

748 TRADITIONS

LA140418

LA140418

LA140418

LA140418

LA140418

LA140418

LA140418

LEGAL DESCRIPTION OF Affected Parcel of Land Containing that SRW Charge

CIVIC ADDRESS

CIVIC ADDRESS

PID 027-939-944 LOT C SECTION 29 TOWNSHIP 26 ODYD PLAN KAP89178

PID 026-850-265 LOT 4 SECTION 29 TOWNSHIP 26 ODYD PLAN KAP82131 PID 026-850-303 LOT 7 SECTION 29 TOWNSHIP 26 ODYD PLAN KAP82131

1132-1160 BERNARD AVE LB476474

CP KAS3399

PID 026-850-311 LOT 8 SECTION 30 TOWNSHIP 26 ODYD PLAN KAP82131

700 MARTIN AVE

LB432224

CP KAS3543

1580 ELLIS ST

LB472632

PID 012-358-070 LOT 3 BLOCK 15 DISTRICT LOT 139 ODYD PLAN 462

1558 ELLIS

LB472632 KH112508

PID 002-220-032 LOT A DISTRICT LOT 139 ODYD PLAN 17140

2955 PANDOSY

LB414680

PID 028-050-398 LOT A DISTRICT LOT 14 ODYD PLAN KAP 89863

2970 TUTT

LB414680

PID 028-050-401 LOT B DISTRICT LOT 14 ODYD PLAN KAP89863

420 CEDAR

LB455329

PID 010-437-819 LOT 2 BLOCK 2 DISTRICT LOT 14 ODYD PLAN 4743

2900 PANDOSY

LB415117

PID 024-016-403 LOT 1 DISTRICT LOT 14 ODYD PLAN KAP 60851

2949 PANDOSY

KL27010

PID 001-464-451 LOT 1 DISTRICT LOT 14 ODYD PLAN 35105

657 RAYMER

LB497192

PID 009-788-841 LOT A DISTRICT LOT 135 ODYD PL 8662

2668 ABBOTT

LB271939

2169 PANDOSY

KR29934

PID 008-988-005 LOT 1 DISTRICT LOT 14 ODYD PLAN 14499 PID 002-465-051 LOT 3 DISTRICT LOT 14 ODYD PLAN 3216

744 TRADITIONS

LA140418

PID 026-850-320 LOT 9 SECTION 29 AND 30 TOWNSHIP 26 ODYD PLAN KAP82131

738 TRADITIONS CRES

LA140418

PID 026-850-338 LOT 10 SECTION 29 TOWNSHIP 26 ODYD PLAN KAP82131

732 TRADITIONS

LA140418

PID 026-850-346 LOT 11 SECTION 29 TOWNSHIP 26 ODYD PLAN KAP82131

726 TRADITIONS

LA140418

PID 026-850-354 LOT 12 SECTION 29 TOWNSHIP 26 ODYD PLAN KAP82131

720 TRADITIONS

LA140418

PID 026-850-362 LOT 13 SECTION 29 TOWNSHIP 26 ODYD PLAN KAP82131

714 TRADITIONS

LA140418

PID 026-850-371 LOT 14 SECTION 29 TOWNSHIP 26 ODYD PLAN KAP82131

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SRW CHARGE NUMBER(S) OF SRW BEING TRANSFERRED

1- 2410 ABBOTT

LB272062

2035 ETHEL

LB351911

LEGAL DESCRIPTION OF Affected Parcel of Land Containing that SRW Charge

PID 027-399-656 STRATA LOT 3 DISTRICT LOT 14 ODYD STRATA PLAN KAS3395 PID 027-170-721 LOT 1 SECTION 19 TOWNSHIP 26 ODYD PLAN KAP84590 PID 002-467-739 LOT A DISTRICT LOT 14 ODYD PLAN 36052

1920 RICHTER

LB55050

2121 ETHEL

KK4344

PID 017-777-305 LOT A SECTION 19 TOWNSHIP 26 ODYD PLAN KAP47149

2090 GORDON

KM47177

PID 018-979-394 LOT A SECTION 19 TOWNSHIP 26 ODYD PLAN KAP53297

1991 ETHEL ST

LB224179

PID 027-170-730 LOT 2 DISTRICT LOT 138 AND SECTION 19 TOWNSHIP 26 ODYD PLAN KAP84590

255 LAKE AVE

KX14933

PID 012-494-224 THAT PART OF LOT 28 BLOCK 5 OUTLINED RED ON PLAN B3957 DISTRICT LOT 14 ODYD PLAN 348

CIVIC ADDRESS

SRW CHARGE NUMBER(S) OF SRW BEING TRANSFERRED

LEGAL DESCRIPTION OF Affected Parcel of Land Containing that SRW Charge

LB473918

LOT 1 DISTRICT LOT 138 ODYD PLAN KAP92254

697 BERNARD AVE

P3500

PID 004-566-203 LOT A DISTRICT LOT 139 ODYD PLAN 28352

1610 GORDON

LB491014

CP STRATA PLAN KAS728

1740 GORDON

KJ93366

PID 023-135-930 LOT A DISTRICT LOT 138 ODYD PLAN KAP55098

1780 GORDON

V52259

PID 002-859-904 LOT 1 DISTRICT LOT 138 ODYD PLAN 34186

1415 KELGLEN

KK5079

PID 017-485-827 LOT 3 DISTRICT LOT 137 ODYD PLAN KAP45837

1309 BERNARD AVE

X247346

PID 008-735-255 LOT A DISTRICT LOT 137 ODYD PLAN 16013

1434 MARTIN AVE

KM47176

PID 010-916-466 Lot 1 DL 138 ODYD Plan 3163

1212 LAWSON AVE

LB436013

PID 008-745-811 LOT 23 DISTRICT LOT 137 ODYD PLAN 15718

1700-1800 PARKINSON LB416563 WAY

PID 006-285-368 LOT 2 SECTION 20 TOWNSHIP 26 ODYD PLAN 23634

1370 RIDGEWAY

LB413580

PID 027-523-004 LOT B SECTIONS 20 AND 29 TOWNSHIP 26 PLAN KAP86673

460 BUCKLEY

LB394504

PID 001-675-451 LOT B DISTRICT LOTS 14 AND 1148 ODYD PLAN 35262

330 BOYCE CR

LB383348

PID 027-913-783 LOT 1 DL 139 ODYD PLAN KAP89060

902 MANHATTAN

LB366640

PID 005-211-271 LOT 1 DISTRICT LOT 9 ODYD PLAN 37370

435 HARVEY

LB456720

PID 002-889-285 LOT A DISTRICT LOT 139 ODYD PLAN 35149

1177 ELLIS

LB436839

PID 024-929-409 LOT A DISTRICT LOT 139 ODYD PLAN KAP68238

1660 PANDOSY

Q3701

1250-1298 ELLIS

KV54022

PID 012-173-673 LOT 1 DISTRICT LOT 139 ODYD PLAN 660

1630 WATER

LB476477

PID 004-695-631 LOT B DISTRICT LOT 139 ODYD PLAN 27885 PID 012-357-022 N HALF LOT 1 BLOCK 10 DISTRICT LOT 139 ODYD PLAN 462 PID 012-357-049 N HALF LOT 2 BLOCK 10 DISTRICT LOT 139 ODYD PLAN 462

540 CAWSTON

J56288 KN35752

PID 011-653-426 LOT 13 DISTRICT LOT 139 ODYD PLAN 1303

1155 ELLIS

LB384417

PID 019-107-897 LOT A DISTRICT LOT 139 ODYD PLAN KAP53948 EXCEPT KAP89727

1355 WATER

KJ36804

PID 017-674-760 LOT B DISTRICT LOT 139 ODYD PLAN KAP46650

1200 WATER

LB471474

PID 015-265-196 LOT 3 DISTRICT LOT 139 AND 3454 ODYD PLAN 42174

1080-1090 RICHTER

S93820

PID 003-523-608 LOT 1 DISTRICT LOT 139 ODYD PLAN 7858

663 RECREATION

LB427793

PID 026-057-981 LOT B DISTRICT LOT 139 ODYD PLAN KAP76448

975 CROWLEY

KT88296

PID 025-020-315 LOT A SECTION 30 TOWNSHIP 26 PLAN KAP68918

1043 RICHTER

LB437706

PID 028-105-184

2 LEGALS

1616 WATER

LB360142

PID 028-927-362 LOT B DL 139 ODYD PLAN EPP22523

1635 ABBOTT

KJ88654

PID 007-906-471 LOT A DISTRICT LOT 139 ODYD PLAN 20350

238 LEON

KK27683

PID 009-107-762 LOT 7 BLOCK 10 DISTRICT LOT 139 ODYD PLAN 462

347 LEON

N18167

PID 004-695-615 LOT A DISTRICT LOT 139 ODYD PLAN 27885

1688 BERTRAM ST

LB465814

PID 003-883-094 LOT A DISTRICT LOT 139 ODYD PLAN 36595

772 SUTHERLAND AVE

LB469717

PID 011-799-404 LOT 13 DL 138 ODYD PLAN 1000

634 HARVEY

LB108909

PID 004-316-525 LOT A DISTRICT LOT 139 ODYD PLAN 36779 EXCEPT PLAN KAP 82372

PARCEL B (BEING CONSOLIDATION OF LOTS 41 AND 42, SEE LB356341) SECTION 30 TOWNSHIP 26 ODYD PLAN 1014 1090 GORDON

KC70994

PID 008-741-689 AMENDED LOT A (DD E6961) SECTION 30 TOWNSHIP 26 ODYD PLAN 15931

910 PITCAIRN COURT

E14332

PID 007-937-989 LOT 7 SECTION 29 TOWNSHIP 26 ODYD PLAN 19847

1297 GLENMORE

KM58288

PID 024-482-137 LOT 1 DISTRICT LOT 140 AND SECTION 29 TOWNSHIP 26 ODYD PLAN KAP64220

242-246 LAWRENCE AVE

KJ102522

PID 012-357-235 LOT 7 BLOCK 13 DISTRICT LOT 139 ODYD PLAN 462

1436 ST PAUL ST

LB462852

PID 012-101-630 LOT 7 BLOCK 17 DISTRICT LOT 139 ODYD PLAN 800

471 QUEENSWAY

KT61384

PID 012-358-509 LOT 11 BLOCK 16 DISTRICT LOT 139 ODYD PLAN 462

234 LAWRENCE AVE

KH10075

PID 012-357-251 LOT 8 BLOCK 13 DISTRICT LOT 139 ODYD PLAN 462

1277 GORDON

LB469719

PID 027-631-150 LOT 1 DISTRICT LOT 137 ODYD PLAN KAP87374

327 BERNARD AVE

LB363642

PID 012-357-651 LOT 11 BLOCK 14 DISTRICT LOT 139 ODYD PLAN 462

1236 CLEMENT

LB111022

PID 003-959-074 LOT A SECTION 30 TOWNSHIP 26 ODYD PLAN 30476

350 DOYLE AVE

LB485502

PID 023-297-255 LOT C DISTRICT LOT 139 ODYD PLAN KAP56114

1323 BARTLETT

LB472633

PID 008-474-630 LOT 21 DISTRICT LOT 137 ODYD PLAN 17047

1415 ELLIS ST

LB370111

PID 004-348-290 LOT 2 DISTRICT LOT 139 ODYD PLAN 432

1590 BLONDEAU

D16928

PID 008-147-434 LOT 15 SECTION 29 TOWNSHIP 26 ODYD PLAN 19021

1414-1430 WATER ST

LB367910 LB480015

PID 027-009-092 LOT 1 DISTRICT LOT 139 ODYD PLAN KAP83363

471 QUEENSWAY

KT61384

PID 012-358-452 LOT 8 BLOCK 16 DISTRICT LOT 139 ODYD PLAN 462

516 LAWRENCE

W33664

PID 003-019-888 LOT A DISTRICT LOT 139 ODYD PLAN 34041

865 BERNARD

LB366497

PID 028-629-205

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VOYAGER RV Centre, B.C. Interior’s Largest RV Dealer, is looking for a PARTS REPRESENTATIVE and an RV SERVICE TECHNICIAN to join our team asap! Applicants must be professional, have good customer skills, be able to work independently and with a team. They must have good mechanical and electrical skills, be able to lift in excess of 25kg. Both positions require a valid class 5 drivers licence. Full time work, competitive wages, benefit pkgs available! If you take pride in your work and have a desire to expand your skill set, please send resume to Logan at parts@voyagerrv.ca

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NOTICE OF NOMINATIONS OPEN Notice is hereby given to the owners of land within the RUTLAND WATERWORKS DISTRICT that nominations are now being accepted for two (2) Trustee positions for a three (3) year term on the Board. Candidates must be nominated in writing by two (2) qualified voters. Forms for this purpose are available at the District Office. Completed nomination papers are to be delivered to the District Office by 12:00 Noon, March 28, 2013. If a poll is declared necessary, same will be held at the District office situated at # 106, 200 Dougall Road N., Kelowna, BC on April 23, 2013, between the hours of 10:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. Jim Csek, CMA Administrator

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Lost & Found FOUND: Drivers License at the entrance of Hyawatha Trailer Park, across from Rotary Beach. Found March 2. Call to identify: (250)763-2110 LOST: Gold Ring, initials are nearly worn off of it. Lost Feb. 1. 250-762-0139

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‘BUSINESS LOANS’ For a new start up or expansion loans, contact Community Futures Developement Corp. Dave Scott, Loan Manager, 250-868-2132 ext 227 OUTDOOR Patio Blinds business fo sale. Aluminum casing, vinyl screen, spring loaded 7ft + H. x various widths. All stock for sale. 1st $5000 takes. Retail value $27,000 includes Chinese import connection. Call Rick 763-7884 OWN A COMPUTER WORK FROM ANYWHERE. Two step process. Request online info, review. Set-up phone interview. Serious people Only: Call : 250 558 9231 Tired of working for an idiot? Earn big money, have free time. Call: 250-764-4404

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Farm Workers

Help Wanted

ORCHARD & field workers needed for thinning, pruning weeding & picking. Start June 1st, 2013. 40hrs per week. $10.25/hr. Fax resume to: Byrnes Farms (778)-484-0061 ORCHARD Workers needed fr. June 1 - Oct 31, $10.25/hr. thinning, picking, pruning, all piece work. Call 250-317-6384 Tarlok Singh Orchard needs farm workers, thinning picking apples. $10.25/hr. 40-60hrs per/wk. June 10 - October 31. 250-491-9340 TATLA Orchards is looking for orchard workers to work from mid June to end of October, $10.25/hr.40-60hrs/week.1990 Ward Rd., East Kelowna. 250899-4620, 250-212-0413 WE are looking for a young, motivated individual to join our farm team. We run a modern 400 cow dairy in the beautiful Shuswap. General farm duties, milking, tractor work. Wages depend on experience, willing to train. Please send resume to villageranch@live.com or fax to 250-835-2166. Phone Todd @ 250-253-2300

Help Wanted ARE YOU EXPERIENCING FINANCIAL DISTRESS? Relief is only a call away! call 250-979-4357 to set up your FREE consultation in Kelowna. Donna Mihalcheon CA, CIRP 33 years experience. BDO Canada Limited. Trustee in Bankruptcy. #200-1628 Dickson Avenue. Kelowna, BC V1Y 9X1

HYDROVAC & VAC TRUCK OPERATOR KELOWNA, BC. Please fax resume & Drivers Abstract to:

250-766-3254 www.dlenviro.ca Cook/Front Counter Staff at busy Asian Take-out. LMO accredited. Rice Box, Vernon FT Employment CONCRETE Labourer. Must have drivers licence. Call (250)451-6944

48 North Restaurant in Kelowna urgently requires Full time, permanent workers for the following positions to start ASAP 3 Cooks With several years of western cooking experience; to prepare and cook food on a regular basis and other duties; wages $11$13/hr. 1 Pastry Chef With several years of experience to plan and direct food preparation and cooking activities and other duties; wages $14$16/hr. 2 Kitchen Helpers Will train, perform duties to assist cook and kitchen staff; wages $10.25/hr. 4 Servers Experience an asset; duties include greeting patrons, presenting menus, take orders and relay to kitchen and bar staff; wages $10.25/hr. 1 Bartender An acceptable combination of education, training, and experience will be an asset; Must be of legal age to serve alcohol in British Columbia (19); Duties greet customers, prepare and serve mixed drinks, wine, draft or bottled beer and non-alcoholic beverages for patrons and other assigned duties; wages $14/hr. Email resume to shounak_c@yahoo.com

CARPET & UPHOLSTERY TECHNICIAN.

$18 - 28 /hr. DOE. Must be a hard working, physically fit, punctual, responsible and have a valid drivers licence. Training is provided. References required. Please drop off resume in person to # 4a - 3312 Appaloosa Rd or Fax to 250-765-3655.

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While we try to ensure all advertisements appearing in the Kelowna Capital News are placed by reputable businesses with legitimate offers, we do caution our readers to undertake due diligence when answering any advertisement, particularly when the advertiser is asking for monies up front.

CAREER OPPORTUNITY EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR JOB SUMMARY The Board of Directors of Nelson Community Services Centre is seeking an Executive Director for our non-profit agency. The Executive Director is responsible for overall program management and staff accountability as well as community development and growth of the agency. We are looking for a qualified professional who will be a leader for our team of 23 full and part time employees and 9 Board Members. This is a challenging and rewarding position with responsibility for a wide range of counselling, support and community programs.

QUALIFICATIONS AND SKILLS • Masters level education in social work or related field • A minimum of 3 years non-profit management experience. • Demonstrated experience and competence with financial administration, human resource management in a unionized setting, contract management, program and fund development. This is a full time position with salary commensurate with education and experience beginning July 2013. To review a detailed job description, go to www.ncsc.kics.bc.ca. Further inquiries may be directed to Lena Horswill, retiring Executive Director, at 250-352-3504 Ext: 223 Submit resume and cover letter to: Attention: Julia Bennett Chair of Recruitment and Hiring Committee #201 – 518 Lake Street Nelson, BC V1L 4C6

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Employment

Employment

Employment

Services

Trades, Technical

Accounting/Tax/ Bookkeeping

Help Wanted

Help Wanted

Cherry Sorters, Pickers & Pruners required $10.25/hr. February 11 - November 30. Sorting at 991 Salmon River Road, Salmon Arm, BC; Picking at Oyama, BC & Area. Apply with online form @ www.kalwoodfarms.com

TJ’S The Kiddies Store, BC’S largest baby & childrens furniture store in Kelowna is accepting resumes for a PT position. Retail & computer exp an asset, apply in person at unit #4-360 Spedding Crt.,250860-2229 kelowna@tjskids.com

GROWING Flower Shop in Kettle Valley is seeking a great new addition to it’s staff! Floral design and customer service skills required. Casual hours with additional shifts during the wedding season. Please forward resume’s to Leanne at info@flowerscene.ca or drop off at 104-5309 Main St. Kelowna. Ph: 778-477-5661 Fax: 778-477-5662.

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GUARANTEED JOB Placement: General Laborers and Tradesmen For Oil & Gas Industry. Call 24hr Free Recorded Message. For Information 1-800-972-0209. LOVE TO TEACH LOVE TO DRIVE LOOKING TO GET BACK INTO THE WORK FORCE? DriveWise is looking for responsible, F/T & P/T instructors to teach driving. Must have 5 years driving experience, enjoy working with people, and want to make a difference in today’s driving. Please attend in person Mon., March 11, 1pm - 5 pm, Tues., March 12, 9am - 5pm. Wed., March 15, 9am-3pm. Thurs., March 14, 9am-3pm. Fri., March 15, 1-5pm. #229-1889 Springfield Rd. Kelowna. Pita Pit, 229 Bernard Ave, Kelowna needs food counter attendants, $11/hr. Will train, late night shift. Email resume: singhpavneet47@yahoo.com or Fax: 250-979-7483 QUALITY Manager wanted at Coral Beach Farms Ltd. 16351 Carr’s Landing Road, Lake Country, BC. Permanent Position. Must have a minimum of 4 years post-secondary education. Successful candidates must have in depth knowledge of cherries and cherry grading, Global Gap requirements, as well as a minimum of 5 years’ experience managing a cherry sorting room, including quality control and phytosanitary systems. Must have a minimum of 3 seasons experience managing optical cherry sizing equipment. Applicant must be capable of working 6-7 days a week, 10-12 hours a day during harvest from mid July through to Sept., 5 days a week, 8-10 hours a day off harvest. Work includes but is not limited to developing and maintaining food quality systems, managing 100+ sorting and box filling workers while maximizing efficiencies and ensuring quality from the field. Pay range $28-$40/hour. Apply by fax at 250-766-0813 or email at jobs@coralbeach.ca SOWINS requires a Housekeeper for Transition House. See www.sowins.com for full details.

Help Wanted

F/T LIVE-IN CAREGIVER for elderly male person. Min. Edu- 12/ 6 mths training or 1 yr exp. $10.56/hr 40 hrs/wk. Indpt.Room (Room/Board Cost $75 per wk). Meals provided. 2 weeks leave, 5 sick leaves, 4% vacation pay. Email to: sandra.t12@live.com

SENIOR Care available Need help with bathing, appts, meds, meals etc? 718-2060

Hotel, Restaurant, Food Services Hiring experienced waiters for F/T & P/T position, also hiring kitchen helper, all benefits incl. Drop resume at #1-2430 Main St., West Kelowna, 768-8700.

Labourers MADAHAR Landscaping is looking for a full time worker with drivers license, WOE, NS. madaharlandscaping@hotmail.com

Medical/Dental LAKEVIEW Lodge (retirement facility in West Kelowna) seeking permanent full time RNs. jobs@balticproperties.ca / fax: 250-768-3858

Professional/ Management COMMUNICATIONS Supervisor - this position is responsible for the overall management and coordination of the internal and external communications program. The Communications Supervisor provides expert advice and direction to the management team and elected officials on communication policies and strategies. See our website for full job description www.quesnel.ca City of Quesnel.

Retail WENTWORTH Music Kelowna currently seeking fulltime Sales Associate to start immediately. Previous sales experience and knowledge in percussion and drumming required. Bring in resume Monday-Saturday.

Trades, Technical Stucco Applicator with own tools & transportation. Should know how to apply sand & cement. Call (250)-215-4747 STUCCO Labourer. With Own transportation. Dependable. Call (250)215-4747

Help Wanted

Are you into exercise, motivated and wanting some extra income? Capital News is looking for a person or persons with a reliable vehicle to deliver newspapers door to door in the Kelowna and Westside areas. Various sized routes on Tuesday, Thursday and Friday. Your papers would be dropped at your home early in the morning, and you would have the whole day to complete your deliveries. Work as much or as little as you want. To apply for this position, please call Capital News Circulation at 250-763-7575 and ask for Richard.

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Great opportunity in Kitimat BC. If you love the outdoor life style, OK Tire is looking for you. Excellent opportunity good remuneration & benefits for the successful applicant with the option to eventually. Own your own business. Fax resume to 1-250-635-5367 Attn. General Manager or email :momack@citywest.ca

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ASIAN Massage. Lovely, Peaceful Setting, $60/hr. Call (250)-317-3575 BLISS Massage 4 your every need. 10 yrs exp. men only . Call 4 appt. 250-215-7755

DAYTIME SPECIAL! New to business. Very Pampering! Exotic Hot Towel Massage. Phone: 250-878-4794 THAI Massage. Totally relax & energize your body & mind. Open 7 days/wk 250-801-7188

Counselling Counselling available for police and military personnel and those with chronic illness or disabilities. Reasonable rates www.globalcounsellor.com or text message 250-488-5084

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TAX Lady of The Okanagan, Prep of Personal Income Tax Returns. Phone:250-317-4144 The Tax Pros. Income Tax Service. Orchard Park Mall. 250-762-8206, 250-717-8299

Carpentry/ Woodwork RETIRED Carpenter. Decks, fences,windows,doors,siding, painting&drywall 250-870-8851

Computer Services 12/7 A MOBILE COMPUTER TECH. Certified computer technician, virus removal, repairs, upgrades. Let me come to you. (250)-717-6520.

Contractors KSK Framing & Foundations. Quality workmanship at reas rates. Free est 250-979-8948

Countertops Orchard Valley Countertops Family Owned & Operated, Monthly Specials, 862-5970. REFACE Countertops. 1/2 the Cost of Replacing. Granite & Corian Designs. 470-2235.

Drywall PESL DRYWALL Service Inc. Renovations, new construction and repairs. Boarding, taping, textured ceilings. Call Tomas at 250-212-4483 or 860-3495.

Electrical ALAN Dignam Electric. Resid/ Comm. Service calls, Reno’s, Upgrades. lic’d, bonded & Insured. Alan 250-808-6595

Fencing ALL KINDS OF FENCES. Cedar, Gates,Custom & Stain. 250-491-4622 www.akf.ca

Floor Refinishing/ Installations WE install carpet, lino, hardwood, laminate, also any repairs. Andreas 250-863-3402.

Garage Door Services GARAGE Doors- install, service, repair all makes of doors & openers. 250-878-2911

Garden & Lawn

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

AAA Lawn & Irrigation. Spring Clean Up! Gen. yard maintenance, excavation 212-5320 ACE of Spades. Aerating, Rototilling, Power Raking, Hedge & Tree Pruning, Lawn Cutting & Fertilizing. 250-878-1315 Aerating, Fruit Tree Pruning, Lawn, Garden, Hedge & Tree services.Phone: 250-869-5349 www.AllThingsExterior.org JIM’S MOWING Book a job at www.jimsmowing.ca or call 310-JIMS(5467). LITZ LAWN CARE, weekly mowing, fertilizing, pwr. raking, hedge trimming & gen. yrd. clean-ups. Free Est. 764-6404 M&S Lawn & Garden. Full yard maint & landscaping. Free Est. Jim 250-861-3693 WE can landscape your yard so that it gleams like the day it was built! Call Ryan 769-7603

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Services Heat, Air, Refrig.

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Home Improvements

JOLA Contracting Bath Reno Specialist. European Tile Setter. Call (778)215-5115 RENOS Plus, Creative Solutions in Home Renovation, 25 years exp. Ron: 778-477-1139 www.paintspecial.com. 3 rooms for $299! Price incls. Cloverdale Premium Quality Paint. NO PAYMENT until the job is completed! Free Est. (1) 250-899-3163

Home Repairs

LARRY’S Handyman & Reno Serv., Lg. & Sm. jobs, Graffitti Removal etc., 250-718-8879

Landscaping

Kettle Valley ROCK WALLS. $18-$25 sqft. Call Jay (250)215-4956 OUTDOOR Image Landscaping. Spring Clean up, Weekly mowing...ETC (250)808-0582

Machining & Metal Work

GET BENT Metal Fab, fences, gates, railings, security bars, 863-4418www.getbentmetalfab.ca

Moving & Storage

AAA Best Rates Moving $59+. FLAT Rates long dist. Weekly trips BC/AB. 250-861-3400 FAMILY Movers. Moving? Anything, anywhere. Local and long distance trips. Packing service available, weekly trips to Vancouver, Alberta, full and partial loads. Cheapest rates in the valley. Free Estimates, 250-493-2687 JOE’S MOVING.reasble rates fully equip’d trucks, local-long dist, no job too small470-8194

ROLL ENDS For Sale at The Kelowna Capital News. 2495 Enterprise Way. GREAT for the kids to draw on, puppy training, and packing for moving. CLEANER THAN NEWS PRINT! $1 + up. Talk to the girls in classifieds to purchase yours.

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Painting & Decorating

110% Derek’s Painting, 34yrs exp. Clean quality work, reas rates. Free est. 250-769-9068 DALE’S PAINTING SERVICE. Painting Kelowna a better place since 1982. 862-9333 I.L. Painting & Decorating. Nice, clean & quality painting. In/Out painting. 250-707-1771 WWW.PAINTSPECIAL.COM

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Trades, Technical

Are you a landscape or irrigation contractor? Attend a FREE workshop to learn about incentives for designing or installing water efficient landscaping, Tuesday, March 26 from 9:30 a.m. to noon. For more information and to register, visit kelowna.ca/watersmart or phone 250-868-3339.

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Plumbing

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Roofing & Skylights

Roofing & Skylights

Rubbish Removal

Sundecks

Tiling

DREGER MECH. Plumbing, Gasfitting, comm/res & reno, ins’d, 24hr. Call 250-575-5878.

PRESSURE washing residential/commercial specializing in boat & RV’s. 250-470-7359

GERMAN MASTER ROOFER. Free estimate. BBB Member Call Steffen, 250-863-8224

RYDER Roofing Ltd. ‘From a hole in your roof to a whole new roof.’ Call: 250-765-3191

ED-SON’S 1 Ton Dump Truck. “Anything you can’t haul, give me a call”!(250)-718-1595

KELOWNA DECK & RAIL. Vinyl, Alum., GlassTopless short reg post Picket 878-2483

MASTER TILES Bathroom, kitchen, entrance way, custom made mosaics & steps. Call Joe 250-859-7026

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TAXES INCLUDED FOR LIMITED TIME. Free Estimates. Install, service & repair all makes of: furnaces, fireplaces, boilers, A/C, heat pumps and water tanks. Plumbing heating, renovations and new construction. Licensed and insured.

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• Interior & Exterior Renovations • Carpentry • Painting • Small Repairs • Pressure Washing

• Kitchen & Bathroom Upgrades • Yard Maintenance • Fences, Decks • Tile • Graffiti Removal

250-718-8879

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PAINTING/DECORATING AFFORDABLE PAINTING

Senior’s Specials Experience & Quality New Homes & Repaints Ceilings Bondable. Insurance Work Call Terry

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TILING TILE SETTER Artistic Ceramics Custom tile setting. Travertine, marble, granite & ceramic. Decks, kitchen, baths. Guaranteed work.

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• Specializing in window and gutter cleaning • Quality work guaranteed Over 13 years experience Please call Marco for a free estimate

250-801-8255

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REFACE DON’T REPLACE 1/2 the cost of replacing Corian & Granite Designs. The Green Alternative.

HOME REPAIRS

HEATING

PAINTING/DECORATING

DEREK’S PAINTING Serving Western

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On select colors only | Installation available

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It’s VANTAGE POINT LANDSCAPES. We build super landscapes, decks & fences. Install irrigation systems. We do: grass cutting, pwr. raking, aeration & pruning too! CALL VANTAGE POINT ANY TIME, ANY DAY! 250-769-7603

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Vinyl decking up to 80 mil., all types of aluminum railings, topless glass, short & regular posts, fences & gates.

250-878-2483

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Merchandise for Sale

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Real Estate

Rentals

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Tiling

Antiques / Vintage

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Misc. for Sale

Lots

Homes for Rent

TILE Setter. Artistic Ceramics. Custom tile setting. Call (250)870-1009

Recollectables is now open! Collectables, antiques, furniture & quality used goods. 191 Asher Road, 778-753-6169. We buy select items & estates.

FREE P/U- Appliances, Rads, Batteries, Old machinery & vehicles. Harley 778-821-1317

Commercial/ Industrial

Tree Services 1-ALL Exterior Hedge & Tree Service. Insured, For free a quote call Dave: 250-212-1716

Window Cleaning MARCO’S Window Cleaning 13 years exp. Free Estimates. (250)-801-8255

Pets & Livestock

Feed & Hay Ginseng tarps 24’ x 80’ for shade or windbreak. Inexpensive and attractive solution for hay shed, livestock shelter etc. $150 each. 250-558-8322. Quote available for installation. Hay for sale, barn stored, 1st crop, $4.00 bale, 70 lb bales. 250-546-3371 250-309-5910.

Hauling ATTENTION The Capital News cannot be responsible for errors after the first day of publication of any advertisement. Notice of errors on the first day should immediately be called to the attention of the Classified Department to be corrected for the following edition.

Livestock PURE BRED Polled Hereford yearly bulls, semen tested, ready to breed, 1300-1500 lbs. Call Ed Conroy (250)3653270. murray.gore@caw.ca

Pets 6 weeks old Toy Minpins need good home, $600. Call: (778)821-2844 CKC RGST. Great Pyrenees Pups 9 wks. old 1st. shots, Hlth guar. $1200, free delivery. Vet chk. www.kindercubkennel.com 250998-4697

HAVANESE / BICHON frise puppies, vet checked & shots, del avail. $650. (250)804-6848 Himalayan Siamese kittens, ready to go, litter box trained, loving nature, $150. 491-1142 WOLF Hybrid Cubs. Reserve now. Sun Valley Wolf Kennels Kelowna (250)-765-4996

Auctions

Heavy Duty Machinery

FALCON SELF STORAGE In accordance with our Rental Agreement the following tenants are in default of their rental contract: UNITS: #1026 Keith Tate #2058 Melissa Ness #2112 Paul Lambert #2059 Alicia Ethier Contents will be auctioned at Cody’s Auction at 134-1135 Stevens Rd. Kelowna, BC. on Wed, March 20, 2013 at 6pm. Any effort to stop the Auction must be made before the close of business atFalcon Self Storage Ltd March 18, 2013.

A-STEEL SHIPPING DRY STORAGE CONTAINERS Used 20’40’45’53 in stock. SPECIAL 44’ x 40’ Container Shop w/steel trusses $13,800! Sets up in one day! Also Damaged 40’ $1950 Call Toll Free Also JD 544 & 644 wheel loaders JD 892D LC Excavator Ph. 1-866-528-7108 Free Delivery BC and AB www.rtccontainer.com Will pay cash for oversized scrap steel, cats, yarders, saw mill equipment, farm equipment, etc. All insurance in place to work on your property. 250-260-0217

$100 & Under

Medical Supplies

FIVE Drawer Metal Filing Cabinet, Letter Size, $75. Phone: 250-765-1633 FOUR 15” Rims, 5 lugs, $100 for all. Phone: (250)769-3068 (after 6pm)

$200 & Under LA-ZY-BOY Rocker Recliner, Perfect Condition, $150 OBO. Phone: 250-764-4535

$500 & Under FULL Set Kitchen & Bathroom Cabinets, First $475 Takes All! Phone: 250-765-2789

Farm Equipment 1950’s International Cub Tractor, with hydraulics & row crop cultivator, good running condition. Phone: (250)762-8617 CHERRY HYDRO cooler, 2 compressors, 7.5hp & 5hp, stainless steel tank, 40-50 boxes/hr, good condition, $40,000 obo. (250)498-9696. sukhiorchards@hotmail.com

Free Items

Classifieds Get Results!

FREE: 3 Cats, free to good homes, one is an orange tabby. Phone and leave a msg at (250)300-5389 FREE pick up, appliances or any kind of metal, $10 for electronics. 765-9303, 801-9975 Free pickup, of aluminum windows, wire, pipe, air conditioners & batteries. 250-717-0581 FREE Pick-up of used bicycles that you no longer want. Ok if need repair 604-800-2104

Misc. for Sale

Misc. for Sale

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While we try to ensure all advertisements appearing in the Kelowna Capital News are placed by reputable businesses with legitimate offers, we do caution our readers to undertake due diligence when answering any advertisement, particularly when the advertiser is asking for monies up front. Refund Policy Our ads are non-refundable when booked for less than 4 weeks (12 issues), when cancelling a 4 week ad you will be refunded in weekly increments only, calculated at the appropriate discount level. Refunds not available for 1/2 price promotion.

Misc. Wanted Gold & Silver. Private buyer buying coins, jewelry, silverware, nuggets ect. I can come to you! Todd 250-864-3521 PURCHASING old Canadian & American coin collections & accumulations. 250-548-3670 RECORDS Wanted, Pandosy Books #138-1889 Springfield Rd. nr. Bulk Foods, 861-4995

per column inch (Online ad included)

NEW Lakeview Family home at Sierras 2440 Old Okanagan Hwy.3bdrm 2bath 1188 sq. ft. from $159,900 tax in. Accent Homes (250)-769-6614

Mr. Mobile Home Certified Factory Outlet. Featuring SIERRAS family community, or single and multi-section homes for your property. 250-769-6614 www.accenthomes.ca

BUYING or SELLING? For professional info call Grant Assoc. Broker, Premiere Canadian Properties (250)-8626436, FREE Evaluation Two homes and a shop in Golden for sale. Kijiji 370618987. Phone 250-344-5772 or 344-0553.

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Mobile Homes & Pads $750 mo Olalla 1/2 hr south of Penticton. 2bdrm, w/d, s/f, NS, lrg fence yd. Private lot. Available March 15. 250-4999703.

Homes for Rent

Apt/Condo for Rent

3Bdrm Westside 2bath Lakeview main floor Rancher with dbl., garage. $1350 includes utils. Available March 1st NP, NS, (250)-718-8182

2Bd Apartments, Newer Bldg. near Orchard Park. $825/mth, Heat Included. 250-860-1128, fdhs@shawcable.com

Misc. for Sale

Houses For Sale

Coscto/Springvalley 2,000sqft, Reno’d SxS, 4bds, 2bath incl bsmnt. D/W, A/C, fenced. $1,350+utils. NS/ND/No Pets. Avail now. 250-763-5217

3bd + den in Black Mtn for $1300 + 60% utils. Attach dbl garage, Paul: 250-864-7504

Misc. for Sale

Real Estate

2bdrm West Kelowna Unit, Avail now. Reno’d, 5 appls, incl’s new w/d & parking, NS, NP. $900 +utils, 250-767-6330

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Wanted KITCHEN cabinets for suite. Under $1000 please. Call (250)862-2210

Duplex / 4 Plex

FREE

Removal of all unwanted metals and vehicles. No vehicle or metal too big

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Avail now. 3bdrm 1bath Laundry fenced yard, parking, close to hospital & shopping $1200 + utils (250)-317-3462 CENTRAL Okanagan, Newly renovated, 7bdrm & 4.5bath. Large family rm, 250-769-8807 Nice view, 3bdrm (1700sqft.) 3.5 bath, garage, $1250/mo. (1000sqft. shop also avail.) 250-766-2835, 250-575-6533 UPPER Level of house for rent. 3bd, 2bath, on Friesen Rd. NS NP NP $1500 incl utils, cable & int. day 250-7623141, after 6pm 250-862-6821

While we try to ensure all advertisements appearing in the Kelowna Capital News are placed by reputable businesses with legitimate offers, we do caution our readers to undertake due diligence when answering any advertisement, particularly when the advertiser is asking for monies up front. Refund Policy Our ads are non-refundable when booked for less than 4 weeks (12 issues), when cancelling a 4 week ad you will be refunded in weekly increments only, calculated at the appropriate discount level. Refunds not available for 1/2 price promotion.

Office/Retail AVAILABLE Now, two(2) ground floor retail units, at 1511 Sutherland Ave., 4 corner stop, #103 is 1820/SF & #107 is 1684/SF. Base rent $12.00/SF + common of $3.95/SF. Royal Pacific Rlty 604-765-3658 Bob Curell or Keith at 250-448-6797 Email: rcurell@telus.net

RUTLAND Office/Retail Space Main Floor. 500 - 2400 sq.ft. starting at $12 sq.ft. 862-7384

Rooms for Rent

Avail, furn rms/suite, DT, Central, quiet & clean, w/d, int., cbl, utils, $475+,250-861-5757

Furn’d rm, man, 45-60yrs, FT job. Very clean & quiet. Full services, no alcohol, ND, NP. $420 + DD. 250-764-8701

24/7 • anonymous • confidential • in your language

FURNISHED Room, sep ent., kitchen, laundry, 1block to bus, shopping, beach, 2blks to OUC. $500+DD incl. utils. Working male/student. March 15th, 250-801-4668 evenings

1-800-680-4264

Rutland furn’d rooms for working man, 30+, living room, TV, kitchen, laundry, priv. entrance & patio, utils incl, $525 + DD. 250-765-7639, 250-864-0770

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Apt/Condo for Rent

Apt/Condo for Rent

BEST DEALS IN KELOWNA!

Affordable 1, 2 & 3 Bdrms. AC, near schools, shopping & bus route. Insuite laundry H.Up’s. Across from Park. Clean Quiet & Spacious. Sorry NO Pets. Well Managed Building (250)-861-5605 or (250)-861-5657

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CANADIAN built SRIs in quiet Belaire Estates MHP. Sound investment with head lease to 2054 & undergound services including natural gas immediate occupancy on show homes or custom order to suit your budget. Call Lake Country Modular, 515 Beaver Lake Rd.(adjacent to SRI’s factory) 250-766-2214 www.LCMhomes

2BDRM Great Location. WD, big yard, free parking, reno’d. Beautiful Area, $900 + utils. Avail April 1, (250)470-0000 Bach&2BD Pandosy St. Adult building very clean W/d Heat incl’d, NP. NS. Walk to hosp. $625-$995. 250-878-0136 BARBER Rd. Rutland. Brand new, 1bd+den. 2 full bths, Avail Mar 1. NS, NP. DD & ref’s req’d. $1000. Call 306867-1893, 778-753-4500 Brand new 1bdrm condo + den on the Westside, all SS appl’s, w/d & covered deck. $1000, Phone: (250)718-5160 Condo in Playa De Sol building (L.Mission) 2bdrm + den, $1500. Paul: 250-864-7504 SPACIOUS 2bdrm apartments close to Capri Center Mall in newly renovated building. F/S, D/W, A/C, hot water, undrgrnd parking, laundry services avail.NS NP $875 + utils Call to view. 250-860-7416. CENTRE of Kelowna. New affordable lux 1&2bd, 5appls, ug prking, NS/NP. 250-763-6600. www.rentcentrepoint.com

WANTED Dodge Dually 3500 4x4, 12 valve. diesel 89-1998 models. Bob (403)703-4777

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MOVING Sale, Everything Must Go! Call: (250)718-0540 SAWMILLS FROM only $3997 - Make money & save money with your own bandmill - Cut lumber any dimension. In stock ready to ship. Free Info & DVD: www.NorwoodSaw mills.com/400OT 1-800-5666899 Ext:400OT. STEEL BUILDINGS/metal buildings 60% off! 20x28, 30x40, 40x62, 45x90, 50x120, 60x150, 80x100 sell for balance owed! Call 1-800-4572206 or visit us online at: www.crownsteelbuildings.ca WANTED: Body Parts for 1982/83/84 Mazda B2000 pickup. (250)542-3921 WANTED: Vintage paintings, postcards, fishing rods, reels, tackle, old knives, Native baskets, old guns, saddles & gun rigs, military medals, pocket watches, etc. Silver & gold coins. Honest & Confidential! Cash Paid! 250-308-7342, 250-260-8069 We buy & sell it all: windows, doors, kit. cab., paint etc. Happy Harry’s Liquidations, 5201 27th St., Vernon, 250-549-7099

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Legal Notices

GLENWOOD HOMES Supportive living for seniors, SPECIAL RATE, all meals & house keeping, 24hr on site monotoring. Private room with onsuite. 766 Glenwood Ave. $1200/mo. Phone: 250-300-3436 HARMONY LIVING March Special Rates $1800 Assisted Living for Seniors. Providing private room with ensuite.Homecooked meals, housekeeping & assistance with bathing ,dressing & meds. Professional staff on site. Call (250)-300-3436

Shared Accommodation 1Bdrm, Mission. Newly furn. shared kitchen, bath, fam/rm liv/rm laundry, includes utils., cable. Avail. April 1st, $650/m. (250)-860-2194 1 large bdrm, shared kitchen & bath, utils, int & lndry incl. No Pets, NP, $550, 250-763-7553 2bdrm 2baths - 1 private bath, W/D, priv entry, newly carpeted, closet, share kitchen common area unfurn. 3 lrg windows. Working person preferred. $500/mo. Ref’s please Call (250)766-3803 Avail today, furnished room includes cable & wi fi, shared common living area $600/mo and 1 room @ $550/mo Ref’s Disability ok. (250)860-7146 Suitable for lady, 45 + house in Glenmore area - smaller furn’d bedroom - ph., cable + amens. $400 + DD, 250-7629593, 8-11am or 5-10pm Very clean, quiet, lrg room. N/S or smoke outside. Prv. TV in room w/full cable. Shared kitchen, living room & dining area, washer/dryer. Utils./wireless internet incl. Easy biking distance to UBCO, on bus route. $700.00 (250)864-7511.

1, 2, 3 bdrm suites available in West Kelowna. Starting at $550.00 up to $875.00 Great location, well kept, nice & clean. Sorry no pets, must have ref, 250.768.2411 ext 223

1427 Athans Crt. Very close to DT. 1bd legal suite, $650 All incl. DD, 1 working man, Avail March 15. Call: 250-762-7275 ATTENTION The Capital News cannot be responsible for errors after the first day of publication of any advertisement. Notice of errors on the first day should immediately be called to the attention of the Classified Department to be corrected for the following edition. Double unit, close to shopping & schools, NS, $900 + utils. Phone: 250-765-6484 NEWER W.Kel. Beautiful lakeviews, open floor concept, 3bd 2ba, 12ft ceilings, dbl gar., prefer long term working couple $1400 + utils. 768-3340

Transportation

Auto Accessories/Parts AAA Service 24/7, Cash For Cars. Call Paul Haul (250)808-9593 LYLE’S TOWING. FREE REMOVAL of unwanted vehicles. Pay up to $1000 for good vehicles. Lots of used parts for sale. (250)-765-8537

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Suites, Lower 1BD., furn. Semi-priv. Ste, Mature person, NP,NS $650. Util. incl. Ref. req’d. 250-765-0746 1BD. Off McCurdy, sep entry, suitable for student/ single professional. f/s, w/d, bus rte, NS, NP, $750 util/cbl.net incl.’d. April 1. 778-753-4722 1BDRM + den bsmnt suite in Ellison on acreage, utils incl, $800, 1 pet, NS, shared lndry, Avail April 1, 250-470-2576 1bdrm gr level suite nr UBCO & airport on bus rte $650 incl utils NS NP lrg Back yard very clean Avail now 250-863-2377 1BDRM suite. Rutland area. Laundry, sep entry, NS, NP, Available April 1st. $850/mo utils/cable/internet incl’d. DD& Refs req’d. (250)-215-7749 2BD legal suite Rutland. Nr. bus & shopping. 4appl, ns, np. $900 + utils. Avail now. Call 250-765-9870 2 Bdrm bright sunny walkout suite, washer/dryer, add’l freezer fridge, fully furn, no smoking inside, n/p, quiet resp. tenant. All utilils incl. w/TV in living room & access to TV in both bdrms. Within easy biking dist. to UBCO on bus route., $1,425.00 unfurnished pricing can be discussed call 250 864-7511 2bdrm legal suite, walk out, includes utils., NP. NS. $1050/m. Call 250-769-9068 2bdrm unit, 1bath, kitchen, legal suite, dishwasher, laundry, private entry, close to pub & ammens. $1000/mo+utils. Still Available 250-765-6031 or 250-878-3553 2BD S.Rutland, near amens. All utils/cbl incl. ns/np/np. Avail now.250-899-2195, 448-4843 2 bedroom basement suite for rent, $750/month. Phone:250491-2677 Avail now, Rutland N. 2bd legal suite, near school, bus & shops.$850+utils.250-863-2180 Close to Hwy. 33 & shopping, level entry, 1500sqft., 6 appls, responsible adults or seniors, NS, NP, no pets, parking, quiet area, $975 + DD, Refs req’d. Phone: 250-765-4495 NEWER 1bdrm suite, avail immediately. Own entry parking & nice yard. $675 incl utils. Quiet area in East Kelowna, NS, NP. Clean resp person. 250-712-2247 250-869-9663

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Scrap Car Removal 1AA SCRAP CAR REMOVAL Up to $100 cash for full size vehicles. 250-899-0460

NOTICE OF CREDITORS AND OTHERS RE: THE ESTATE of CATHERINE CHRISTINA CORMACK, deceased, formerly of #1241831 Parkview Cresent, Kelowna, British Columbia, V1X 7G7. Creditors and others having claims against the estate of Catherine Christina Cormack are hereby notified under section 38 of the Trustee Act that particulars of their claims should be sent to the Executor, Community Western Trust Corporation, at #4081708 Dolphin Avenue, Kelowna, British Columbia, V1Y9S4 on or before April 5, 2013, after which date the Executor, will distribute the estate among the parties entitled to it, having regard to the claims of which the Executor then has notice

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KELOWNA BRANCH • 3785 CASORSO ROAD • (250)861-7722 SHELTER HOURS: 12 NOON - 4:30 PM VISIT OUR WEBSITE TO DONATE: WWW.SPCA.BC.CA/KELOWNA

PETS AVAILABLE FOR ADOPTION

CLOWIE ID#292345

ADULT GUINEA PIG ABYSSINIAN CROSS FEMALE

My name is Clowie. I was surrendered when unfortunately my owner could no longer care for me. I am a very beautiful, little girl! As with most Guinea Pigs I can be a bit shy at first. You just need to gain my trust and then I won’t seem so fearful. I could use lots of socialization and attention since I am all alone. If you have done your research and think I might be a good addition to your family, then come down to the Kelowna Shelter and ask to meet me. I can’t wait to find my forever home!

Adoption Information

DOTTY

ID#291872

LILO

ID#292116

ID#287851

YOUNG ADULT DOMESTIC SHORT HAIR CROSS NEUTERED MALE

ADULT DOMESTIC SHORT HAIR CROSS SPAYED FEMALE

Hi there! My name is Harlee! I was abandoned and came to the shelter in hopes of finding my forever home. I am very energetic and love to run, chase and play! Due to my high energy level, an active home would be ideal. I would be great for children as well. If you would like to meet me, please ask Staff for an introduction.

I am a very special little girl who loves to interact with people! I am still young and energetic so I would suit an active family. Due to my curious nature, I can sometimes become easily overstimulated so I would do best in a home with no young children. If you would like an introduction, please ask staff to meet me! You will fall in love with my petit but ‘full-of-love’ package!

MICKEY ID#290879

YOUNG ADULT DOMESTIC SHORT HAIR CROSS SPAYED FEMALE

Hi all! My name is Lilo, and I came to the shelter with my brother Jack! I am VERY affectionate! I will love you up then fall asleep with you (I’ve done it with staff members). I am very energetic as well, I love to run, jump and play with my favourite toys - mice! If you would like to meet me, please ask Staff for an introduction.

ADULT DOMESTIC SHORT HAIR CROSS-NEUTERED MALE

ADULT BOXER, BORDER COLLIE CROSS-NEUTERD MALE

By making the BC SPCA your first adoption option you are helping to

ensure that great animals find new homes and have a happy life that they deserve. So many of the animals that come into our care have been surrendered by their previous guardians for different reasons, but deserve a second chance at a new beginning.

HARLEE

Mickey was surrendered to the Shelter in order for us to find him a more suitable home. He is a young dog who loves to go running and walking. Plus, he still needs to burn off all the excess energy. If he does not, he may get into trouble by digging. But that can be a bonding experience between you and he. He has learned some manners and definitely food motivated. He was described by his previous owners as friendly, playful, outgoing, affectionate, loyal and also protective. He is good in the car and has lived with older children. If you believe Mickey would be a god fit for your home, please ask the Kelowna Dog Staff to meet him one-on-one. He will quickly charm you and he’s handsome to boot!!!

Hi everyone! My name is Suki and I was surrendered when my owner could no longer care for me. I am a very affectionate boy who loves to interact and give kisses. I am very people oriented! I would suit a quiet home with a loving family to dote affection on me. If you would like to give me a second chance in a stable environment, I promise to love you forever! Please ask Staff for an introduction.

SUKI

ID#292306

NOTICE OF GENERAL MEETING KELOWNA BRANCH OF THE BC SPCA

Saturday March 23, 2013

1 – 2 pm

3785 Casorso Rd Kelowna

Special Guest: Craig Daniell, CEO BC SPCA Refreshments Provided To Elect members of the Community Council for the branch, as well to conduct any other business of the Branch. Anyone can attend. Members are eligible to vote. Annual Membership: $25 Regular, $15 Seniors For further information on the meeting, Branch Membership, or to obtain a copy of the draft agenda, please contact Kelowna Community Council at cckelowna@spca. bc.ca or call the Shelter at 250 861-7722. A copy of the Constitution and Bylaws of the Society is available at: http://www.spca.bc.ca/about/governance-accountability/ governance-docs/

103 - 1889 Springfield Rd. 860-2346 Store Hours: M - S 8:30 - 5:30 Sunday 10:00 - 4:00

FAITH

ID#291567

ADULT DOMESTIC SHORT HAIR CROSS SPAYED FEMALE

My name is Faith and I came to the shelter with my sister Hope. I am a little on the shy side, (it took me a little while to come out of my shell) but am very quick to come over and shower you in love. My sister and I have been together our whole lives, and do wonderful together so if you are interested in two cats please consider us! Due to my shy nature I would be best in a home with no young children to stress me out. If you want a cat who loves to cuddle and bond with, look no further.

LEELA

HARMONY

ID#292081

CHANDY

ID#291570

YOUNG ADULT DOMESTIC SHORT HAIR CROSS SPAYED FEMALE

Hello! My name is Leela and I came to the shelter with my sister Tula. I am a very sweet girl who enjoys affection and would do well in a home with an interactive family. If you would like to meet me, please ask Staff for an introduction.

ID#259064

ADULT DOMESTIC SHORT HAIR CROSS SPAYED FEMALE

Hello, my name is Harmony! I came to the shelter in hopes of finding my forever home! I am your typical Siamese… very personable and affectionate - yet independent and zany! Would do best in a home with no children as I tend to like my own space. I do get along with other cats and LOVE people! If you know the breed or would like to meet me, please ask staff for an introduction.

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ADULT RABBIT REX CROSS NEUTERED MALE

Because Chandy came to the Shelter as a stray, we know nothing of his history. That being said, he is quite friendly. He loves servings of his Romaine lettuce and carrots and doesn’t mind being handled. He is already neutered. Chandy doesn’t like the company of other rabbits nor cats. We would like to see him go to an experienced rabbit owner. He really needs a permanent, loving home away from the Shelter because he’s been in our care for over a year - yes - over a year!!! If you have any questions or would like to meet him, please speak with the Kelowna SPCA Shelter Staff for an introduction!

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CUISINE from Jude’s kitchen going green I’m not sure why green is the colour of St. Patrick’s Day, but it probably has to do with the fact that clover leaves are green, as is the grass that is abundant in the wet island country called Ireland. Since March 17 is the anniversary of the death of St. Patrick, a patron saint of Ireland, it is a cultural and religious holiday celebrated not only in Ireland, but also in many other countries where the Irish have settled. In any case, even beer is often dyed green in celebration of St. Paddy’s Day in many pubs, so it’s a tradition I’m not about to buck. In keeping with the green theme, try serving green food on March 17. Not only will you be keeping up a tradition, you’ll also likely be serving healthful foods to your loved ones, because there are lots of good-for-you foods that just happen to be green, including beans, cabbage, asparagus, onions, celery, peas, spinach, lettuce and all sorts of other salad leaves. Easy, isn’t it? Since the potato is also a popular item on the Irish menu, you can even combine green with potatoes, so a very appropriate meal. Both these recipes happen to be vegetarian too, but there are options for adding meat to both if you feel you need to. Going green is especially easy in spring with so many fresh sprouts poking up from the ground. For a variety of other recipes for fresh greens, pick up a copy of my book, Jude’s Kitchen, available wherever books are sold.

Jan's Balinese Salad with Peanut Dressing Jan’s recipe for this peanut dressing is to die for. I wouldn’t substitute a purchased one. And, there’ll be enough left over to do what we did: chop up some boneless chicken and saute it in a pan, adding the leftover peanut dressing to warm through. Pour it all over a huge heaping pile of fresh, baby spinach.

SALAD:

4 oz. (100 g) fresh green beans 4 oz. (100 g) fresh bean sprouts 4 oz. (100 g) fresh spinach 4 oz. (100 g) green cabbage 2 tbsp. (30 ml) fried onions 2 tbsp. (30 ml) roasted peanuts pinch of salt

You may substitute fresh asparagus when it’s ready locally. Cut either the trimmed green beans or asparagus into one-inch pieces and steam briefly, then immerse in cold water to stop them from cooking further, and drain. Rinse the bean sprouts and spinach, and you may wish to briefly wilt the spinach and cool. Finely slice the cabbage and blanch. Fry onions until crisp or purchase them. Finely chop peanuts.

Pat cooled vegetables dry and toss in a serving bowl, ready to add the dressing just before serving. Top with the crisp-fried onions and crunchy peanuts.

PEANUT DRESSING:

3 garlic cloves 2 tbsp. (30 ml) grated fresh ginger 1 1/2 c. (350 ml) salted, roasted peanuts 1-3 Thai chilies 2 tbsp. (30 ml) sweet soya sauce 2 tbsp. (30 ml) palm or brown sugar 1 c. (250 ml) water

Peel garlic cloves and crush. Grate fresh ginger. Add to blender with remaining ingredients. Don’t add all the water at first. Add the remainder at the end, to achieve the consistency you desire. You may substitute bottled hot sauce for the fresh chilies, and you may wish to remove the seeds from the fresh chilies if using them. If using bottled hot sauce, add it at the end so you can adjust the amount to your taste. Blend until the ingredients are all finely ground. Makes about 3 cups. Keeps well refrigerated.

Spuds stuffed with Green

Stuffed potatoes can be a nutritious light meal or lunch all by themselves, with cheese and other vegetables added to them. And, they’re delicious. The possibilities are endless when you consider the combinations of flavours that are possible. Think carmelized onions and fried mushrooms; ham bits and swiss cheese with the spinach, or whatever your favourite flavours are. 4 medium russet potatoes 1/4 c. (60 ml) sweet onion 3 c. (375 ml) fresh spinach 1/2 minced jalapeno 2 tbsp. (30 ml) pepperoni 1/3 c. (75 ml) fresh parmesan cheese 3 tbsp. (45 ml) cream cheese salt and freshly-ground black pepper

Preheat oven to 350 F. Scrub potatoes and bake in the oven for about 30 minutes, or until soft enough to scoop out the insides. Mince sweet onion, spinach and jalapeno pepper and set aside. (use as much or as little

hot pepper as you wish.) Mince the pepperoni and grate the fresh parmesan and set aside separately. While the potatoes are baking, barely wilt the spinach in the microwave oven in a medium-sized glass bowl and add the minced onions, jalapeno, pepperoni and cream cheese and mix well, until the cream cheese has melted. Remove the spuds and cool enough so you can slice each in half and carefully scoop out the flesh inside the skin, leaving a quarterinch or so all around, as your shell. Add it to the bowl with the spinach, and crush and mix. Sprinkle the shells with salt and pepper. Carefully spoon the filling back into the potato shells and top the mounds with grated fresh parmesan cheese. Bake for 20 minutes more or until the cheese melts and browns. You may have to put them under the broiler for a minute or two. Serves 4.

Contact Jude’s Kitchen at The Kelowna Capital News, 2495 Enterprise Way, Kelowna, B.C. , V1X 7K2; jsteeves@kelownacapnews.com

Some simple guidelines for readers of Jude's Kitchen

There are some basics about my cooking that you should know about in using the recipes created for Jude’s Kitchen. *I mean a large egg when a recipe calls for an egg *usually, butter and margarine are interchangeable *usually, salt and pepper is added to your taste

*I generally use sea salt *fresh ingredients top frozen or canned *organic products are my first choice *wherever possible, I use whole grains, not processed *include a variety of them, when possible *wherever possible, I use fresh herbs

*fewer quantities of dried herbs are needed than fresh *I use extra virgin olive oil *I use grapeseed or olive oil to cook with *I don’t deep fry *feel free to substitute. I do *have fun in the kitchen *encourage others to as well


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