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The leader of the new hospital project promised the city’s business community there will be plenty of opportunities to bid on contracts and to supply goods and services. Tom Sparrow also stood by the P3 (public-private partnership) agreement to build the $266 million hospital and to maintain the facility for the next 30 years. “Canada is a real good garden for the incubation of P3s,” the hospital’s chief project officer said at the Campbell River Chamber of Commerce luncheon last Thursday, “(and) B.C. is the best province in dealing with P3s.” Critics, including local NDP MLA Claire Trevena, want to see the complete business plan and find out how much money the government has committed to the 30-year maintenance contract. So far though, the only firm number is the $600 million committed to building the local hospital and the new hospital in the Comox Valley. In his presentation, Sparrow did show a 30-year graph on the P3 payment scheme and it indicates an annual budget of approximately $2 million for facility Continued on A3

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An uphill day Matt Minchau climbs the steeps stairs to the top deck of the Faithful Servant, a huge semi-submersible barge carrying his uncle’s new lodge for Knight Inlet. The barge arrived Friday night in Campbell River and unloaded the lodge buildings Saturday afternoon at the Catalyst dock where they are now being given a makeover before heading north. See more photos on Page A3.

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Hospital: Project promises to provide opportunities for local businesses Continued from A1 management services. There are other costs as well, including repayment of loans, and it shows annual costs for both facilities – once they’re operational – to start at about $7.5 million and increase incrementally to around $11.5 million in 2040. The real benefit, Sparrow added, is the long-term upkeep of the hospital facility. The contractor will be financially penalized if things aren’t in

working order and the contract does allow the province to retake control of maintenance if the contractor fails to live up to the agreement. Dan MacLennan, a spokesman for the Vancouver Island Health Authority, sums up the problem by pointing to the 55-year-old Campbell River Hospital which he called, “an old facility starved for maintenance.” The hope is when the 30-year-contract is complete, the health

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Knight Inlet Lodge owner Dean Wyatt was a happy guy Saturday after his “new” lodge was safely unloaded in Campbell River.

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after she told her dad, he went to Emmons’ home and confronted him. In response, Emmons threatened the father, a brother who also went to the residence, and the girl. During cross examination by the defence, the girl admitted she couldn’t remember everything from that night because she was “impaired or high on drugs.” Watt suggested the girl asked Emmons to get the other young men in the apartment to leave so the two of them could be alone. He also suggested that she initiated kissing Emmons in the bedroom. “I don’t agree with that,” she responded. However, she also admitted it was possible she consented to having intercourse. Watt suggested she only went to police to report the alleged sexual assault after she learned that Emmons had a new girlfriend

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The latest ferry fare hikes are like a bad joke to North Island MLA Claire Trevena. BC Ferries announced last Wednesday that ticket prices are going up by 4.1 per cent on all routes starting next month. “It’s effective April 1 – April Fools Day,” Trevena said. “I don’t think people are going to be laughing who use the ferries.” The rate hike means a one-way trip from De par ture Bay to Horseshoe Bay for a vehicle up to 20 feet will increase to $51.25 from the current fare of $49.25. For a foot passenger, that same trip will

increase to $15.50 from $14.85. A ferry trip from Campbell River to Quadra Island will cost $22.15, up from $21.30 for vehicles while the Quadra Island to Cortes route will increase to $25.80 from $24.80 for vehicles. Foot passengers will pay $9.45, up from $9.10, on the Campbell RiverQuadra run while on the Quadra-Cor tes route, foot passenger fares will increase to $11.10 from $10.65. The rate hike is the first of three anticipated fare increases approved by BC Ferries Commissioner Gord Macatee last October. Trevena said ironically this latest fare hike was announced just days after the

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Art Gallery executive director Jeanette Taylor is retiring to concentrate on writing, gardening and family.

After 13 years at the helm of the Campbell River Art Gallery, executive director Jeanette Taylor has announced her retirement. Taylor, who came to the Gallery after many years on the curatorial staff at the Museum at Campbell River, has worked in the local cultural sector for decades, so she knew the challenges she would face when she joined the young CR Art Gallery in 2000. After seeing the success story the museum became, she could see what could be accomplished. Dur-

ing her 13 years on the job, she’s seen the CR Art Gallery blossom into the vibrant hive of cultural activity it is today. Taylor said when she arrived at the gallery, part of the current facility in the Centennial Building had been condemned, and she and curator Manon Staiger, both part-time employees, were crammed into tiny quarters in what is now the Gallery’s storage area. There were a grand total of five volunteers, and the Gallery offered about

six exhibitions a year, plus three or four programs. During Taylor’s years as executive director, the Gallery has grown exponentially and now boasts four staff members and a stalwart crew of 55 committed and talented volunteers. They offer up to 10 exhibitions a year, and dozens of classes and workshops annually. The Gift Shop and yearly Christmas Market both showcase and

support local artisans, and raise funds for the Gallery. The Campbell River Garden and Art Tour and the Wearable Art Fashion Show have become treasured community programs, looked forward to year after year. Taylor said none of it would have been possible without the support of a dedicated board of directors, as well as the volunteers who are the heart of the Gallery. Taylor is fascinated by local history. She’s

written four books, and is planning to hit the word processor to create more. She gardens, hikes, kayaks and leads heritage site tours, and plans to do more of all those things in her retirement. Gallery supporters will be heartened to know that although Taylor won’t be on the job she will still be a member of the Friends of CR Art Gallery and she plans to lend a hand as a volunteer as well.

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Managing Your Money

Public Hearing Notice

Canada’s varied provincial tax 4x10 landscape – and you Where you choose to live in Canada can be cultural, social, employment-related or for a host of other individual and family reasons – but it’s usually not because of the provincial tax rate. Still, tax rules do vary from province to province and it’s good to know the differences, if only for your own personal knowledge and perhaps, to save you a few important dollars. Here are some interesting examples of Canada’s varied provincial tax landscape.

Notice is hereby given that a Public Hearing regarding the following will be held in the Council Chambers of City Hall located at 301 St. Ann’s Road in Campbell River, B.C. at 6:30 p.m. on Tuesday, March 19, 2013. Property owners are required to provide all tenants, leaseholders and occupants with a copy of this Public Hearing Notice.

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Tax Comparison Four Provinces – 2013 Tax Rates Employment Income Eligible Dividends

$150,000 $15,000

$50,000 $5,000

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Taxes Paid by Province of Residence  Alberta  British Columbia  Ontario  Québec

$46,414 $48,672 $53,024 $60,191

$9,051 $8,148 $9,221 $12,512

$19,387 $18,294 $20,298 $25,754

Tax Credits Four Provinces – notable variations The federal government provides refundable and non-refundable tax credits that are the identical in every province. However, each province provides its own roster of tax credits that often mirror or extend those provided by the federal government – but also vary from province to province. Here are a few notable examples. Province British Columbia

Manitoba

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Individual Tax Credit Seniors’ Home Renovation Tax Credit  Available to Seniors (65 and older) or family members living with them.  Up to $1,000 to offset the cost of home improvements – such as the addition of handrails, ramps or walk-in bathtubs -- whether the home is owned or rented. Primary Caregiver Tax Credit  Available to Primary Caregivers for spouses, relatives, neighbours or friends.  $1,275 for each care recipient; may claim for up to three care recipients for a total of $3,825 per year. First-Time Home Buyers Tax Credit  Eligibility similar to existing federal first-time homebuyer credit.  Up to $1,100. Healthy Homes Renovation Tax Credit  Available to Seniors (65 and older) or family members living with them.  Up to $10,000 in eligible home improvements to make the home safer and more accessible.

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EDITOR: Alistair Taylor editor@campbellrivermirror.com

Our View

Time to roll up our sleeves Things are moving in Campbell River as two major construction projects show real signs of getting underway. Chainsaws are buzzing out at We say: These the John Hart Dam Generating Station and the new Campbell projects should River Hospital is close to finalizing create future the general contractor while site spin-offs clearing for two parking lots begins this month and site preparation will continue throughout the year. Groundbreaking for the new hospital is expected to begin in April, 2014.

These are all long-awaited developments and will keep the community buzzing for a few years. Promises have been made that there will be opportunities for local service providers to become involved. The general contractors for the hospital project will be mandated to seek out local supplies and services, project leader Tom Sparrow told the Campbell River Chamber of Commerce on Thursday. The hospital project is not without its controversy – of course, this is Campbell River – as there is general grumbling about the P3 (public-private partnership) nature of the project and MLA Claire

Trevena wants to see a complete business plan. These two massive projects are seemingly too big to stop now, barring some huge change in economic fortunes in the province, and, once again, we will have to live with the decisions made. At the end of it all, we should have a near-state-of-the-art medical facility and a safe, efficient power station. Additionally, local businesses will have had the opportunity to secure some stable work and with the right kind of foresight, this could spin off into benefits for the future. Put your hard hats on Campbell River, time to get to work.

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The facts on eagle trees Re: “Need more eagle info” Diedre Pickford makes some good points in her letter of March 8, 2013. However she does not have all the facts so here are some answers to her questions: It would be pretty hard to miss two adult bald eagles flying in and out of a tree on a city-size lot from December when they generally begin building or restoring their nests until August when any progeny would fledge. The nests are large and the adult presence obvious. And yes, the tree in question was marked with a yellow diamond indicating it was a wildlife protected tree. And yes, the owner DID know there was a nest in the tree. He had already approached the city about the possibility of removing the tree and was told he could not. He also approached a local tree company who told him they would not fell the tree as there was an eagle’s nest in it. As to the guy who cut it down – didn’t he look up before he did? The nest was apparently pretty obvious. As far as trees that might be a danger, well those can be assessed on a case-by-case basis. If you want to know if you have a nesting tree on your property contact Terri Martin, the Campbell River Environmental Coordinator, or look at the Wildlife Tree Stewardship atlas www.wildlifetree. ca/atlas.html which is available online. I hope this clarifies your questions and if you think you might have a nesting tree on your property please contact Terri who will let you know. Barbara Swanston Campbell River

Stompin’ Tom: The man, the legend, the piece of plywood

Alistair Taylor Out On A Limb @AlstrT editor@campbellrivermirror.com

Took some time to contemplate the life and times of Stompin’ Tom Connors after he passed away last week. He was one of those performers who when I first became aware of him, I thought I was the only one who liked him. Then over the years I began noticing that others did too. Connors was a true folk hero that way. No record machine promoting him over the top. I once heard an American on the CBC’s Bill Richardson show talking about how he loves things Canadian, particularly the CBC, but confessed he didn’t get the Stompin’ Tom Connors thing. “And therein lies the difference,” Richardson drolled. Connors was as hick as they come

when you first looked at him. But if you dug deeper you found there was a double edge. His musical simplicity was actually very deep in that it was a channel right into the soul of this country. But on the other hand, he could be quite clever and in fact very soulful. And that soulfulness was sincere and strong and it was wrapped up in a pride for this country that we are only beginning to emulate in recent years. The Vancouver Olympics was Canada’s coming out party for expressive nationalism. Stompin’ Tom had been doing it for decades. Heck, he even returned his Juno awards in the Seventies to protest Junos being given to Canadian artists who left the country to live in the

U.S. to develop their careers – which, of course, at that time would be just about all of them. Hey, I fully understand the need to do that, even today, but you had to admire Connors’ gesture. It took guts. It was also seeming career suicide. It was a good thing he was as true to his nationalism as he was because it endeared him to thousands of fans and created a following that was almost completely outside the music industry machine. Thank goodness for the CBC because they had the brilliant idea to commission Connors to write a theme song for their then-new consumer watchdog program Marketplace. In that inimitable way, Connors pointed out the hypocrisy of consumer economics.

“There’s another sale on somethin’; we’ll buy it while it’s hot. And save a lotta money spendin’ money we don’t got.” Simplistic. Barely literate. But so insightful. And here I want to branch out to the CBC. Thank goodness for the public broadcaster. They commission Connors to write an iconic song. Probably paid him some much needed coin for it too. It immediately put me in mind of the value of a public broadcaster not just airing and promoting Canadian cultural content but even stimulating its production. I’m a big Gordon Lightfoot fan too and Connors is like the poor man’s Lightfoot. Where Connors was a down-to-earth, nitty gritty, Continued on A9


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Do you need a little quiet time? Do you need a quiet break in the middle of your busy day? Are you “spiritual but not religious”? Are you interested in learning about a nurturing method of silent Christian contemplative prayer? The Campbell River United Church is offering Brown Bag Meditation weekdays at 12 noon from March 11-28. The church sanctuary will be open for silent prayer from 12

-12:30 p.m., with opportunity for coffee and conversation following. Bring your lunch and return to work or errands refreshed and encouraged. Information will be available about the simple practice of Centering Prayer, a silent meditative prayer that allows us to be present to God in an intimate and direct way. Centering Prayer is drawn from ancient prayer practices of the Christian contempla-

tive heritage, adapted to our modern lives. Although the emphasis will be on Centering Prayer, other silent prayer or meditation practices are welcome. There is also a small labyrinth available just outside the church entrance for walking meditation and suggestions for its prayerful use are posted on the church door. This event is offered during the last three weeks of the Christian observance of the sea-

son of Lent, a time for reflection and learning as we approach Good Friday and Easter. There will be no Brown Bag Meditation on Good Friday, March 29. C a m p b e l l R ive r United Church is “an inclusive community centered in Christ.” It is at the corner of Pinecrest and South Birch, just down the hill from Strathcona Gardens. Re g u l a r S u n d ay morning worship and

Sunday School is at 10 a.m. and the minister is Wayne Hughes. In addition to Sunday worship, they offer a variety of mid-week groups and a soup kitchen outreach ministry at lunch time on Saturdays at 1251 Cypress St. For further information about Brown Bag Meditation, contact Elaine Julian at 250830-1654. The phone number for the church office is 250-286-0431.

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Taylor: CBC had a hand in Connors’ star rising Continued from A8 east-coast accented, cowboy-hatted country boy, Lightfoot was a golden boy artiste whose songs were just as brilliant, just as Canadian but on the opposite end of the style scale. Lightfoot was lyrical, evocative,

emotional, bright and even symphonic. But Lightfoot benefitted from the CBC’s largesse as well. The corporation wanted a song from Lightfoot to commemorate Canada’s centennary in 1967. Lightfoot produced the opus Canadian

Railroad Trilogy. As brilliant a song, as Canadian a song as you’ll ever get. Whenever I think of actions like this I think thanks for the CBC. Private broadcasters would never do anything like this. All they ever want to

do is vacuum money from the public and advertisers by rebroadcasting American programming. Whenever they were forced to produce Canadian content, they’ll make American-like shows or buy into the old branch plant indus-

trial strategy of the sixties and seventies and give you Canadian versions of American shows – Canadian Idol, anyone? Or how about Amazing Race Canada? Oh, Tom don’t leave us now. We need you more than ever.

Digital images are preferred. Please send large file size JPEGs as a separate attachment, do not embed Submissions Photographs: them in a document file; Written submissions: E-mail rtf or text only formats preferred; Comments or enquiries about to the Mirror news and event coverage: Call Alistair Taylor, editor, at 250-287-9227.

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Charlie Ross wowed audiences with his One-Man Star Wars Trilogy last year and now he brings his One Man Lord of the Rings to the Tidemark Theatre on Friday.

harlie Ross returns to the Tidemark Theatre on March 15 with a new show and a new purpose. Ross is donating his entire show in an effort to help fundraise for the Tidemark’s 25 Capital Campaign. He blew Campbell River away with his One-Man Star Wars Trilogy last February and now he is back to take us on another epic journey with him, this time to Middle-Earth. One-Man Lord of the Rings is Charlie Ross’ hilarious and entertaining take on one of

his favorite childhood trilogies. His love of the story is clearly depicted in his ability to recreate each unique character and key scenes from three movies all in just 60 minutes on an empty stage and dressed simply in black. With his subtle movements and vocal tones, he brings you right into MiddleEarth with him, the hobbits, and Gandolf. Help support the Tidemark 25 Capital Campaign move onto Phase II, which will include upgrades with a state-of-the-art

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for

250ml

875ml

N?GLRCB#PMLXC #SRRCPhGCQCVRCPGMPgLGQF

Tattoo Canister Vacuum

UPSTAIRS INSIDE QUALITY FOODS IN:

10ʼs

Nestle Sundae Ice Cream

Dirt Devil

OFF

Pogo Original Frankfurters

2500

lb

ALL LINENS

Lilydale Fully Cooked

each

Fresh Center Cut Pork Loin Chops

Family Pack, 11.00 per kg

Bonus Q-Points

$10

Crisco

Oil

1.42lt

5000

Robin Hood

All Purpose Flour 10kg

R.W. Knudsen

No Sugar Added Spritzer

Duncan Hines

4x311ml

Creamy Home-Style Frosting 450gr

2$ for

4

Eagle Brand

Sweetened Condensed Milk 300ml

2

99

Happy St. Patrick’s Day!

Popchips

Potato Chips 85gr

3$ for

E.D. Smith No Sugar Added Syrup 375ml

Royal City Pitted Bing Cherries In Syrup, 398ml

2500

99 4

99 99 9 2

Rice Works

5

Gourmet Crisps 156gr

3$ for

5

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3500

Plus Applicable Fees


WEDNESDAY, MARCH 13, 2013

Fresh Whole or Split Chicken Breast

Fresh Boneless Skinless Chicken Thighs

Locally Raised BC Poultry

Locally Raised BC Poultry

Family Pack, 7.69 per kg

Family Pack, 13.21 per kg

• Free Run • Grain Fed

3

5

99

49

11.00 per kg Hertel’s

Fresh Gourmet Sausages 7.69 per kg

PER

lb

Hot Price!

Happy St. Patrick’s Day!

Corned Beef Brisket

4

PER

lb

Olymel

8 99 5

Chicken Wings or Chunkies

99

per lb

88 each

600-650gr

3

49

per lb

Mitchell’s

Sliced Bacon 500gr

4

99 each

3

99

Harvest Meats

Wieners 450gr

Freybe

Smokies 450gr

each

each

Works Out To $1.50 Each!

McCain

Hashbrowns g Sprin

McCain

Straight Cut French Fries

Break Specials!

680gr

¢ 99 McCain

Superfries, Tasti-Taters or Breakfast Potatoes 454gr-1kg

99 2

Heritage Angus

Range Fed Angus Beef Burgers

Tomato Ketchup 1lt

2$4

10,000

Q

points

bonus

Molson Exel Non Alcoholic Beer 6x355ml

Del Monte

Canned Vegetables 341-398ml

¢ 99

Rice A Roni

Aylmer

Beets 398ml

Del Monte

Fancy Rice

Canned Fruit

177-227gr

Selected, 398ml

3 $4 for

Happy St. Patrick’s Day!

5000

Kelloggʼs All-Bran Cereal Bars 180gr

3500

Idahoan

Twizzlers Strawberry Flavoured Candy

113-114gr

227gr

Potatoes

2000 House of Tsang Sauce Assorted Sizes

E.D. Smith

for

Bonus Q-Points

852gr, Each

Offer is in effect Monday March 11th - Sunday, March 17th

1kg

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Sunrise Farms

Sunrise Farms

Maple Leaf

| CAMPBELL RIVER MIRROR |

¢ 99

5

4$ for

¢ 99

5000 Farkay Noodles 170gr

3000


2

99

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Only at Purchase Any Pepsi, 7-Up, Crush, Mug Root Beer or Mountain Dew 12 Pack Cans

Spring Break is here... are you ready? Armstrong

Cheemo

340gr

907gr

2$ for

10

4

Saputo

Saputo

Process Cheese Product, 1kg

320gr

Shaved Cheese, 300gr

Shredded Cheese

4

py S Hap

Day!

4

3

99

p Hap

Da rick’s

y!

99

Nestle

Drumstick Assorted Sizes

890ml Hap

99

3$

Ragu

Pasta Sauce

for

Bush’s Best

p

Da rick’s . Pat y St

4 3

Potato Chips

¢

General Mills

5

for

3

2$

Kellogg’s

for

Eggo Waffles 280gr

4

Kellogg’s

Raisin Bran or Just Right Cereal

340-640gr

Nestle or Christie

Frozen Dessert Bars 6x90ml or 4x125ml

5

99

Kellogg’s

Corn Flakes Cereal 680gr

Happy S t. Pat rick ’s

2

475-670gr

Ocean Spray Day !

3

99

Craisins Sweet Dried Cranberries

99

Kellogg’s

Rice Krispies Cereal

Ultra Thin or Traditional Crust Pizza

3$ for

3

99

334-433gr

4$

5

Lundberg

Rice

454-907gr

Kraft

Cheez Whiz 500gr

3

99

for

Assorted Sizes

Stoned Wheat Thins

Christie

300-325gr

200-225gr

for

Ocean Spray

5

2

3$ for

5

Christie

Crackers Selected 175-454gr

2$ for

5

Kraft

Gourmet Delight Natural Fruit

1.89lt

3

for

12x355ml

2

Plus Applicable Fees

Unpasteurized Honey

1kg

Bits & Bites

5

3$ for

Light Jam

5

3

99

Day !

Elias

1kg

2$

500ml

for

5

99

5 4

99

Happy S t. Pat rick ’s

Fixins for that special pasta meal!

Day !

Hunt’s

Hunt’s

Thick & Rich Pasta Sauce

500gr

99

Plus Applicable Fees

Skippy

Cookies

A&W Root Beer

4 2

99

Happy S t. Pat rick ’s

Peanut Butter

Christie

Kraft Dinner Macaroni & Cheese Cup

¢

2$

Day !

Europe’s Best

Cocktail

99

NEW!

Habitant Homesyle

99

99

10

2$

99

Happy S t. Pat rick ’s

142gr

2$

Old Dutch

Restaurante Tortilla Chips, Salsa or Dip

Crackers

58gr

99

McCain

Bugles or Chex Mix

500gr

4

5

5$

5

250gr

99

Haagen Dazs, Del Monte or Nestle

213-248gr

for

Singles Process Cheese Product

for

200gr

398ml

Kraft

Parmesan Cheese

272-552gr

99

ds your Snack Centre! o o F y t i l a Qu

y!

2$

Old Dutch

Kraft..y products at great prices!

Kraft

Plus Applicable Fees

5

99

Baked Beans

Simply Steam Vegetables

Nature Valley or General Mills Granola Bars or Betty Crocker Fruit Variety Pack

600gr

630-640ml

Green Giant

99

99

Mayonnaise

Pasta Sidekicks

250gr

12x341ml

Hellmann’s

Knorr

99

6 925gr

Parmesan Petals

112-147gr

. Pat y St

3

Original Roast Ground Coffee

118-157ml

Day! trick’s t. Pa

¢

Maxwell House

Dessert Cup

99

’s atrick St. P

for

Armstrong

Melts Slices

py Hap

2$

and a coupon will print on your till receipt

Minute Maid 100% Juice or Nestea Iced Tea

Perogies

Cheddar Cheese

A17

Tomato Sauce 398ml

680ml

Catelli

Pasta Selected 225-900gr

2$ for

Stouffer’s

5

Bistro Crustini

3$ for

4 99

¢

Hunt’s

Tomatoes 398ml

99

¢


2

99

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Cheemo

340gr

907gr

2$ for

10

4

Saputo

Saputo

Process Cheese Product, 1kg

320gr

Shaved Cheese, 300gr

Shredded Cheese

4

py S Hap

Day!

4

3

99

p Hap

Da rick’s

y!

99

Nestle

Drumstick Assorted Sizes

890ml Hap

99

3$

Ragu

Pasta Sauce

for

Bush’s Best

p

Da rick’s . Pat y St

4 3

Potato Chips

¢

General Mills

5

for

3

2$

Kellogg’s

for

Eggo Waffles 280gr

4

Kellogg’s

Raisin Bran or Just Right Cereal

340-640gr

Nestle or Christie

Frozen Dessert Bars 6x90ml or 4x125ml

5

99

Kellogg’s

Corn Flakes Cereal 680gr

Happy S t. Pat rick ’s

2

475-670gr

Ocean Spray Day !

3

99

Craisins Sweet Dried Cranberries

99

Kellogg’s

Rice Krispies Cereal

Ultra Thin or Traditional Crust Pizza

3$ for

3

99

334-433gr

4$

5

Lundberg

Rice

454-907gr

Kraft

Cheez Whiz 500gr

3

99

for

Assorted Sizes

Stoned Wheat Thins

Christie

300-325gr

200-225gr

for

Ocean Spray

5

2

3$ for

5

Christie

Crackers Selected 175-454gr

2$ for

5

Kraft

Gourmet Delight Natural Fruit

1.89lt

3

for

12x355ml

2

Plus Applicable Fees

Unpasteurized Honey

1kg

Bits & Bites

5

3$ for

Light Jam

5

3

99

Day !

Elias

1kg

2$

500ml

for

5

99

5 4

99

Happy S t. Pat rick ’s

Fixins for that special pasta meal!

Day !

Hunt’s

Hunt’s

Thick & Rich Pasta Sauce

500gr

99

Plus Applicable Fees

Skippy

Cookies

A&W Root Beer

4 2

99

Happy S t. Pat rick ’s

Peanut Butter

Christie

Kraft Dinner Macaroni & Cheese Cup

¢

2$

Day !

Europe’s Best

Cocktail

99

NEW!

Habitant Homesyle

99

99

10

2$

99

Happy S t. Pat rick ’s

142gr

2$

Old Dutch

Restaurante Tortilla Chips, Salsa or Dip

Crackers

58gr

99

McCain

Bugles or Chex Mix

500gr

4

5

5$

5

250gr

99

Haagen Dazs, Del Monte or Nestle

213-248gr

for

Singles Process Cheese Product

for

200gr

398ml

Kraft

Parmesan Cheese

272-552gr

99

ds your Snack Centre! o o F y t i l a Qu

y!

2$

Old Dutch

Kraft..y products at great prices!

Kraft

Plus Applicable Fees

5

99

Baked Beans

Simply Steam Vegetables

Nature Valley or General Mills Granola Bars or Betty Crocker Fruit Variety Pack

600gr

630-640ml

Green Giant

99

99

Mayonnaise

Pasta Sidekicks

250gr

12x341ml

Hellmann’s

Knorr

99

6 925gr

Parmesan Petals

112-147gr

. Pat y St

3

Original Roast Ground Coffee

118-157ml

Day! trick’s t. Pa

¢

Maxwell House

Dessert Cup

99

’s atrick St. P

for

Armstrong

Melts Slices

py Hap

2$

and a coupon will print on your till receipt

Minute Maid 100% Juice or Nestea Iced Tea

Perogies

Cheddar Cheese

A17

Tomato Sauce 398ml

680ml

Catelli

Pasta Selected 225-900gr

2$ for

Stouffer’s

5

Bistro Crustini

3$ for

4 99

¢

Hunt’s

Tomatoes 398ml

99

¢


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| CAMPBELL RIVER MIRROR | WEDNESDAY, MARCH 13, 2013

Continental

Irish

Blarney, Dubliner or Reserve Cheddar Cheese 200gr

Happy St. Patrick’s Day!

Watch for Demos on Sunday!

4

99

Freybe

Authentic Smoked Beef

Each

Bottom Round

1

1

99 per 100gr

Includes: 24 Mojos & 400gr Salad

Q

points

bonus

Traditional Potato Salad

99

¢

2500

19

99

8 Piece

Bari Ricotta Cheese

Parkay Soft Margarine 427gr

7500

Perk Avenue

Breakfast Meal

Scrambled Eggs, Pancakes, Bacon,Ham or Sausage

6

99

Crispy Chicken Dinner

Each

Custom Made In Store

Fresh Tossed Salad

Fresh Snapper Fillets

2ʼs

7500 7500 Finish Jet-Dry Green Apple Liquid Rinse Agent 250ml

2ʼs

3500

Medium

99

Each

Beef Chop Suey Each ....................................

5

95

16 Piece

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

Small

Dry Garlic Wings

.............................................

895 895 625

Fresh Grey Cod Fillets

PER gr

100

Weather Permitting

1

69

per 100gr

Fresh Steelhead Fillets

31/40 Size Raw P&D

White Tiger Prawns

Frozen or Previously Frozen

1

69 per 100gr

2

29

Janes

Frozen Boxed Fish Selected 580-615gr

PER

100gr

8

88 Each

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Bounty Paper Towels

6

Fried Rice

Weather Permitting

1

300-355ml

3000

Each

Medium

49

Opti-Free Lens Solution

4x113gr

3

99

Happy St. Patrick’s Day!

Febreze Noticeables Refills

Ivory Original Bar Soap

Assorted Varieties

Take home & heat!

Serving Suggestions

400IU, 180ʼs

7500

5” Meat Pie

Each

Create Your Own!

Webber Naturals Vitamin D

3000

7

Fresh Instore Made

PER

100gr

Available at Select Stores

250gr

3000

for

Includes: Salad & Mojos

Kraft Cheese Slices

500gr

2$

Montreal Smoked Beef Sandwich

per 100gr

49

• Local B.C. Pork • Lactose & Gluten Free • No Added MSG • No Growth Promotants

Bonus Q-Points Whole BBQ Chicken Dinner

10,000

Happy St. Patrick’s Day!

Traditional Irish Smoked Ham


WEDNESDAY, MARCH 13, 2013 | CAMPBELL RIVER MIRROR |

Bakery Fresh

Bakery Fresh

Raisin Bread

2$ for

Bakery Fresh

9” Apple Pie

Calabrese Buns

4

2

49

Cinnamon Buns

99 2

Cheesecake Slice

9

99

Pre-Sliced Bagels 6’s

680gr

for

for

Ty Phoo

Flavour Spread

Dairy Free Cultured Coconut Milk 454gr

2

99 Happy St. Patrick’s Day!

Sun-Maid

Raisin Cinnamon Swirl Bread 450gr

99 2 Pure

Blueberry

Trail Mix

99

99 2

¢ PER

100gr

Chocolate Peanuts Candy Coated

99

¢

per 100gr

Omega Nutrition

Orange Pekoe Teabags

Earth Balance

So Delicious

6

2 $6 2 $

283-425gr

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Country Harvest

Bread

for

NEW!

French Bread

6 Pack

Oroweat

2 $5

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

Bakery Fresh

99 3

6 Pack

Each

Chocolate or Vanilla Cake

Carrot Muffins

Bakery Fresh

Organic Apple Cider Vinegar

Regular 80’s

946ml

99 4

2$4 for

Want-Want

for

Quality Fresh

Family Favourites Raisins

99 2

440gr

2500

points Q

bonus

DʼItaliano Garlic Bread 284gr

5000 Dempsterʼs Cinnamon Raisin Bagels 6ʼs

5000

McGavinʼs Winnipeg Rye Bread 500gr

5000 Simply Natural Organic Salad Dressing 354ml

10,000 Simply Natural Organic Ketchup 575ml

5000 470ml

5x23gr

2$4

Each e

Simply Natural Organic Chunky Salsa

Crinkles Gourmet Rice Chips NEW!

6 Pack

Bonus Q-Points

Bakery Fresh

Happy St. Patrick’s Day!

99 7

Double Layer

A19

Van’s

2$5

Wheat & Gluten Free Waffles for 255gr

Quality Fresh

Family Favourites Cranberries

99 3

Dried, 400gr

7500 Nunweiler Pancake & Waffle Mix 1kg

5000 Purina Friskies Dry Cat Food 1.4-1.5kg

5000 Purina Beneful Dry Dog Food 8kg

10,000


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| CAMPBELL RIVER MIRROR | WEDNESDAY, MARCH 13, 2013

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

NEW APPY

18oz

SPECIAL!

p Hap

k’s Day! c i r t a .P y St

Clamshell Chilean “Premium”

Fresh Blueberries

4

Washington “Premium”

Braeburn Apples

99

2.18 per kg

Extra Large

Extra Large

¢

2

per lb

1

FLORAL Germini Consumer Bunch

12 4 99

Lucky Shamrock Bouquet

each

99

each

11

TUES.

12

WED.

THUR.

FRI.

SAT.

SUN.

13

14

15

16

17

WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES

per lb

2.18 per kg

2

Mexican Fresh

Bunched Radishes for or Green Onions

ORG

ANIC

99

99

Mexican “Hass Variety”

Organic Avocadoes

3$

¢ C ORGANI

ORGANIC

4

“Photos for presentation purposes only”

MON.

99

Fresh Cauliflower

for

7 DAYS OF SAVINGS – MARCH

6.59 per kg

California “Dole”

3.28 per kg

AL FLOR

Green Seedless Grapes

Cello Wrapped

Beefsteak Tomatoes

per lb

each

Chilean “Thompson”

Mexican “Hot House”

49

99

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

1lb Bag

O

3 5

Organic Kiwi Fruit

Email Address: customerservice@qualityfoods.com Nanaimo – Beban Plaza – 2220 Bowen Rd. Nanaimo – Harewood Mall – 530 5th St. Nanaimo – Northridge Village – 5800 Turner Rd. Comox Valley – 2275 Guthrie Rd. Courtenay - 1002 -2751 Cliffe Avenue

www.qualityfoods.com AppyHour.ca

IC

Organic Navel Oranges

California Grown

for

per lb

California Grown

4lb Bag

2$

N RGA

¢

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

99 each


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

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

Held in a group setting for caregivers or persons struggling with illness or grief. Excellent for symptom management, stress and anxiety. 250-286-1121 www.crhospice.org

Al-Anon

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

campbellriverultimate.com

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

Youth Open Mic

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

SAT. MAR 16

250-923-1312

FRI. MART 15 Ready Set Go Children’s Health Fair 10:00a.m.-2p.m. Robron Centre provide parents of tots and preschoolers with info on safety, health, literacy awareness, recreation and more.

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GIANT Indoor Garage Sale 10a.m.-2p.m. Community Centre Gym Free admission. On site concession by donation. A fundraiser for 50+ Active Living Programs. 250-286-1161. Onesie Pajama Party Fundraiser for Adults 8:00p.m. Doors open CR Curling Club Tickets availble at the CR and Courteny Fitness Etc studios.

North American Cuisine

10

LUNCH

Includes Tea, Coffee or Pop

DAILY SANDWICH

Comes with Fries or Cup of Soup - Tax incl.

Uptown Willie’s

Willie’s Willow Point

1121 Cedar Street 1121 Cedar Street - 2pm 7 DAYS A WEEK 9pm - 3am 7 DAYS A WEEK 8am Thur, Fri & Sat • 5 - 8pm

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

O.J. GORRINGE 250-286-0110

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

SUN. MAR 17

Super Saturday Art ~ Multiplicity-Pattern Art 1-3p.m. CR Art Gallery Campbell River Art Gallery Children 12 and under should be accompanied by an adult. Free but donations are appreciated. 250-287-2261 crartgallery.ca Easter Eggstravaganza and Bunny Hop 10a.m.-12:30p.m. 12-12:30p.m. Kids’s sock hop Black Creek Community Hall Join the Easter egg hunt and other egg activites. Drinks & snacks included. $8/family at the door. 250-337-5190

Discover Old Time Gospel Singing 7p.m. Discovery Community Church, 250-10th Avenue Everyone welcome! (250) 287-8786

SUN. MAR 17 Table Tennis 50+ Living Program 1:00-3:30p.m. Community Centre Gym Free for members. $2 nonmembers 250-286-1161

www.campbellriverpropertymanagement.ca

THURS. MAR 21 Meaningful Media Night Presenting The Life of Pi 3:30-8:30p.m. Every 3rd Monday Robron Centre An opportunity for youth to watch meaningful films with others followed by discussion and sharing of a meal. For more info contact Deb. 250-830-0171 ext. 812

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

Preschool Storytime Last Day

YPCR Speed Networking 6:00p.m. Dolphins Resort Great food, speed networking and an interactive presentation on “The 3 Simple Secrets of Young Professionals Who Love Their Work.” $30 members/$40 nonmembers. Includes meal, taxes and tip. ypcambellriver.com/ events

10:30a.m. CR Library Stories, rhymes and songs for 3-5 year olds and caregivers. Please register. 250-287-3655

Jam Night

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SAT. MAR 16

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

St. Patrick’s Day Celebration 2-6p.m. Royal Coachman Pub Doug Folkins’ live in the Pub. No cover. 250-286-0231

MON. MAR 18 CR Seniors Centre SNOOKER ALL DAY 9:30 a.m.Yoga 10:30a.m. Mall Walk 11:00a.m. Line Dancing 11-1p.m.Lunch 1:00p.m. Crib and Beginners Mexican Train For March calendar and membership info: 250-914-4401 crseniors.com Monday Night Poker Registration 6:30p.m. Play starts 7p.m. Willows Pub 250-923-8311 North Island Multiple Myeloma Support Group

3rd Monday of the month For more information please contact Linda at 250-923-4055 Toddler Storytime

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

TUES. MAR 19 Discovery Toastmasters 12:00-1:00p.m. Community Centre-Rm 1 Guest are welcome. Lorraine: 250-286-4273 Drop-In Meditation Every Tuesday 7p.m Sharp Ocean Resort in Oyster Bay $$ donations to CV and CR food banks 250-792-3165 Al-Anon on Quadra 7-8p.m. Every Tuesday Children’s Centre, 972 West Rd Lynne: 250-287-3184.

6:30-8:30p.m. Serious Coffee

Share music in an informal, relaxed setting. Everyone is welcome to come and join in or just sit and listen. 250-923-1312

Friday & Saturday March 15 & 16

BOONDOCK MUSIC TRIVIA BINGO every Saturday starting at 6pm, with great dinner specials! Monday to Thursday $3.75 Bottle of Beer Specials

FAMILY RESTAURANT Open 6:30am-7:30pm daily with great food, prices & atmosphere!

WED. MAR 20 BNI Discovery meeting 6:45-8:30p.m. 921 Island Hwy The speaker will be Michael Boulet of Shook ,Wickham, Bishop & Field www.bnibc.ca 250-203-0170 twistedchimney@gmail.com

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Sitting for long periods of time increases the compression forces on your spine. If the core muscles that help to protect the joints, discs and ligaments of the spine are not strong enough to combat those compression forces, this can result in low back pain and injury. What can you do about it? Connect with your local physiotherapist to make appropriate physical activity, core stabilization and strengthening exercises part of your daily practice outside of work. Examine your sitting posture, work with a trained physiotherapist to ensure that your workplace set up is ergonomically sound and get up often to move around your office. Even a couple of minutes of movement twice an hour will help to nip that pain in the “backside”!

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Can I give a gift in honour of someone else?

There is not much you can do to change your family member’s behavior. But you can appoint an Executor Gurdeep Sidhu, CGA that will handle your estate Notary Public appropriately. If you appoint a family member, he/she may become entangled in the family politics.

Absolutely! A gift in honour or in memory of someone special, or in celebration of a life event, is a very popular and meaningful Stacey Marsh way of supporting quality Executive Director health care at the Campbell River Hospital and Yucalta Lodge.You may choose to make your gift online, download a donation from our website or contact Campbell River Hospital Foundation office.

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Here are some ways to help you this allergy season: • Avoid what causes your allergy • Sinus rinses like Neti pots Victor Choo and saline nasal sprays help in Pharmacist/Owner rinsing the nasal cavity, flushing out the allergen and relieving congestion • Use of a HEPA or electrostatic air purifier at home may help • OTC antihistamines are also available for prevention

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Glass is the highest-quality option for greenhouses. It is the heaviest material and so can be the most difficult to install, but if installed properly and protected from shattering, glass will outlast any Christa Fernau other plastic option in terms of useful life. We now have available for purchase the popular Halls Greenhouse. We also provide service and support to set up your house. Halls Greenhouse comes in four ranges, available in many sizes. Whether you’re an absolute beginner, enthusiastic amateur or professional, you are able to extend your growing season, trapping the warmth of the sun and heat to give your seedlings and less hardy plants the best possible protection. For more information look up www.HallsGreenhousesBC. com and please drop in to see our model and catalogue. “Nothing Beats Homegrown. You Just Need the Right Tools”

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The best spot for your hot tub is outside, about 10 feet from your back door. Having the spa closer to your access door makes it easier to get to and from all year long. Having it closer to your home can help reduce exposure to wind, so Terry Collins, Owner you can get maximum enjoyment from your hot tub. A Beachcomber Hot Tub can be set up in your back yard very quickly. All you need is a level spot, a garden hose and an electric connection, like the one on your kitchen stove. A hot tub is moved quite easily with a dolly and two or three people – our stores are well equipped for moving a Beachcomber Spa. And your Beachcomber is fully portable, a fully contained unit; all the plumbing is contained inside the cabinetry. Simply take it with you if you move.

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Appointing an independent Executor outside of your family will reduce the likelihood of your Executor being involved in the family politics. An independent Executor can be a trust company or a professional such as your accountant, Notary Public, or Lawyer. It is a big decision and you should seek proper consultation.

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

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I see a lot of clients where sitting is a significant part of their workday and the result? Suffering with low back pain. Sitting has been getting a particularly bad rep these days due to recent research linking prolonged periods of uninterrupted sitting to a slew of chronic health conditions, including heart disease and diabetes. So what exactly happens to our bodies when we sit too long and how can we combat this to avoid the long-term consequences of increased sitting?

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I start with a very basic naturopathic approach correcting common deficiencies and identifying food sensitivities. Once these are corrected many symptoms improve. In addition we have many remedies that help children with this condition without having to resort to prescription medications or that can be used in addition to medications.

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“A TIRED DOG IS A GOOD DOG” Give your dog the exercise he needs, and he will spend much of his day resting – not chewing, barking, digging, escaping or destroying things. “YOUR REACTIONS Cathy Merrithew AFFECT YOUR DOG’S ACTIONS” If you allow your dog to be rewarded for some action, he’s likely to repeat it. Consciously allow rewards to happen for actions you like, and prevent your dog from getting rewarded by you or the environment for actions you don’t want to encourage. “DOGS DO WHAT WORKS” Dogs will act in ways that they’ve learned are successful, ways that gain them good things and help them avoid bad things. Behavior that is rewarded is going to be repeated.

The Canadian Dental Association recommends the first visit to a dentist before your child’s first birthday. The general rule is six months after the eruption of the first tooth. The reasoning is to catch any issues in their earliest stages. It also helps to educate parents on Dr. Kevin Lathangue tooth decay, how to clean your child’s teeth, what to put into a sippy cup and how much toothpaste to apply to the toothbrush. The major tenet here is to start your child off with a lifetime of good oral care habits as well as to acclimate him/her to the dental office which, ultimately, will reduce fear and anxiety. Don’t be surprised or upset if your child is fussy or non-cooperative - this is a very common scenario and can be gradually addressed with short successive visits designed to instill trust and familiarity with both the dentist as well as staff and environment. Children tend to exhibit a greater sense of comfort when they are exposed to familiar environments and familiar people so dental visits which, at first, appear to be rather traumatic can, over time, become increasingly comfortable for all involved.

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When a Seller enters into a Listing with a REALTOR® they agree to pay the Listing Brokerage a commission out of the proceeds of the sale. The Listing Brokerage then agrees in the Listing Contract to offer a portion of that commission to a Cooperating Brokerage who assists in obtaining a Jenna Nichol Buyer. Sometimes however, the REALTOR® commission offered to the Buyers Agent is less than what that Agent expects to receive for his/her services. In that case the Agent may ask the Buyer to make up the difference. This may be agreed to in advance with a Buyers Agency Contract. Often times in order to make up the difference, the Buyer will agree in writing to allow his/her Agent to include in the offer to purchase that the additional commission will form part of the purchase price. For more Real Estate Q&A check out my blog @ www.jennanichol.com/blog To hear what’s happening in Campbell River’s Real Estate world

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The teacher is complaining that my child has attention deficit and hyperactivity symptoms while in the classroom and is suggesting that I see a pediatrician. What can naturopathic medicine Dr. Ingrid Pincott ND offer my child? Naturopathic Physician

The customer’s first thought is to keep it around the house, or garbage it. Bring your old machine to us and we will do a free estimate on any make and model of machine. At Miracle Way Vacuum Systems, we recycle all Kris Salter, used machines and can use the with mascot “Jack” parts to help out the next guy. Our motto is never throw anything away.

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

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In many cases, a broken down vacuum can be repaired. What is junk to you is valuable to us. In some cases, we can give you a store credit if you leave your old vacuum cleaner. Miracle Way Vacuum Systems is a recycle depot located in Campbell River. Our customers range from home owners to major companies.

Miracle Way Vacuum Systems We proudly sell MVAC Built-in Vacuum systems made in Canada 850 - 12th Avenue Unit 1 Campbell River, BC • 250.286.1202 Welcome to SPRING early! Time to start thinking of your pond and get it running again.Turning on your pumps and filters, getting those waterfalls going and doing a visual to look for dead fish, turned over plants and start any repairs. Get a jump on algae control by adding Laguna Barley Straw pellets - it’s easy & inexpensive. One bag treats 1250 gallons. For small ponds you adjust accordingly and remember to remove the “used” bag and replace it again in 3 months. A really Sarah Kirk good idea is to soak the new bag of Barley Straw pellets in Laguna Bio Booster to get Owner a good bacteria colony started and to aid in breaking down the pellets. A water change to help raise your kH is recommended now and to remove all the debris that flew in over fall & winter. Make sure you remove your chlorine in the replacement water with Laguna Water Prep..fish don’t like chlorine in their water. It is NOT however time to feed the fish.Water temperature needs to be at 8º steady when you begin feeding your fish. Start them with Laguna Wheat Germ pellets to clean out their systems after winter and to give them an easy food to digest. Once the water temperature is 10º and higher then you can move them onto Laguna All Season or Laguna Color Enhancing foods. With simple maintenance you can stop quite a few problems before they begin. Prevention is key to success!

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Experts’ Advice We are on top of our finances and have mortgage insurance at our bank. Why would I need more life insurance?

This is the perfect time to open family Registered Education Savings Plan’s for your grandchildren. Open an RESP now and the Peter Garat Certified Financial Planner children could be eligible for a one-time grant of $1200.00 between their 6th and 7th birthdays. Anyone can contribute to the existing plan, building on the allowable limits and available grants to augment education savings. An RESP is the perfect depository for money gifts allowing you to give your grandchildren a great legacy…the gift of a higher education.

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

WILLOW POINT- 2 bdrm level entry home w/in suite laundry, all appls, window coverings, close to beaches, sm park across the road, on bus route. Asking $785/mo+ utils. Sorry No Pets or partiers. To view: call 250-286-6133.

CAMPBELL RIVER: 3 bdrm duplex, top ďŹ&#x201A;oor of top and bottom. Close to town, schools and bus routes. Avail. Apr. 1. $750/mo. Call (250)203-0134. WILLOW POINT- 4 bdrm duplex. 2812B Fairmile. Avail immed. $975. 250-898-8462.

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2012 NISSAN motor 9.8 electric start, long shaft with prop guard. Brand new never used. Paid $3100, offers obo. (250)339-0692

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Yeah, that’s in The Cougars goalie squeezes the pads but the puck was behind him during Sunday’s midget house league hockey game at Rod Brind’Amour Arena. The Eagles scored late in the match for a 4-3 victory.

Predators thrash the competition The North Island Predators Association swam to new heights as they placed 13th out of the 29 scoring teams at last weekend’s Swim BC AAA Short Course Provincial Championships. The crew of 19 (made up of swimmers from the Campbell River Killer Whales and Comox Sharks) did an

awesome job and swam their best. Melayna Beaudin and Brooke Lamoureux both pulled in two bronzes and one silver, while Jasmine Skuse won her first AAA medal, placing third in the 100 Breaststroke. Neufeld added a pair of silver medals to the team’s medal count, while a pair of bronzes

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Sports can be a test of strength and stamina, but sport can also be a test of heart and the Home Hardware Tidal Wave faced all three last Sunday as they campaigned for their final opportunity to again represent Vancouver Island at the Provincial Championships. Coach Mick Pomeroy’s side arrived at Tyndall Park in Saanich well prepared to compete against their Island rivals. Playing on an unfamiliar turf field, the Tidal Wave quickly adjusted to the fast playing turf field. From the opening whistle the Campbell River girls overwhelmed the Fusion with a fast and aggressive style and the pin point passing of forwards Kristine Osachuk and Eilidh Rasmussen had the Saanich girls chasing the ball in their own half. Despite the strong play and ball control of the Tidal Wave side, offensive opportunities were slight for both teams. The few times the Fusion did move the ball into a scoring position keeper Olivia Currie easily handled the threat. A short bench and players competing with injuries began to take a toll on the Campbell River side

as the first half wore on. Defender Allana Smith was the first to feel the effects of the hard turf surface, suffering a back injury near the middle point of the half, landing on the carpet after making a strong tackle to eliminate a Fusion offensive opportunity. Only a short five minutes later defender Taylor Marsh reinjured her knee after delivering a crunching tackle. With Smith and Marsh having to leave the pitch, defenders Jocelyn Cormier and Emma Peachy took their game to another level and refused to allow the Fusion to carry the ball much over the centre line. Marsh’s injury was a difficult one and she was unable to return. The first half closed with a nil-nil score but late in the second half Tidal wave veterans Hayley Craddock and Talise Lindenbach combined to send striker Claire Pomeroy into a scoring position with the ball and as she has consistently done for many years, she did not miss, putting the Tidal wave in a 1-nil position with a well placed shot into the high left corner of the fusion goal. As the second half wore on leg cramps and hard tackles were wearing down the Continued on A30

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Emmy Stapff of Campbell River races in the BC Midget Championships. River) in the girls 2002. Stephen Lamon, Ame- Damery. On Sunday, the Devos Other top five finishers lia Wells, Annelies include Ross Lamon, Henckel, and Carson battled for every inch in

the sprint races. Gavin Johnston of Campbell River placed third, and Stapff finished third while Ross Lamon captured the Provincial title in the boys 2000. Other top five finishes include Stephen Lamon (second), Wells (second), Annelies Henckel (fourth), Damery (second), and Hugo Henckel (fifth). Hugo Henckel and Kai McGrady won technique awards, and the club placed second overall in aggregate awards.

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T i d a l Wave b u t despite these challenges they continued to control the pace and play of the game right up to the 90th minute. The referee added five minutes of injury time to the match and with only 30 seconds left on the clock and victory in sight, a momentary lack of concentration allowed the Saanich

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team to put a ball on net that careened off a number of legs and past the diving keeper Currie. This late goal allowed the Fusion to force the game into an overtime situation. T h e T i d a l Wave played the overtime as they had the game, fast paced and showing the skills they had learned over the years playing

for Coach Pomeroy. But luck was simply not with the Campbell River side and they continued to struggle with creating scoring opportunities. The Tidal Wave suffered its second heart break of the game when the Fusion scored with a deflected shot that went high over the Tidal Wave keeper Currie, giving her no

chance. The Saanich Fusion left the pitch with a 2-1 victory. This loss marked the end of the season and one of the final games for the Tidal Wave players, many of whom have played together on the same side since they were U-7’s. The last game for the Tidal Wave will be the Island Cup in late April.

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a passionate and relentlessly dedicated triathlete ever since. In 2007, wanting to focus on Triathlon excellence, Sharpe and his family moved to Victoria to train at the National Triathlon Centre. After g raduating from Claremont Secondary and attending the University of Victoria, Sharpe decided to commit to the sport full-time. This resulted in Canada’s best result at the World Junior Championships in the

current format and his first professional win at 19 years of age. With the 2016 Olympics as the focus, Sharpe is committing the next four years to winning a medal for Canada. Sharpe has had early success while quickly progressing through the Canadian ranks. He is a two-time National Junior Series Champion, won the 2010 Canadian Junior Championships and was ninth at the 2010 World Junior Champi-

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WEDNESDAY, MARCH 13, 2013 | CAMPBELL RIVER MIRROR |

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| CAMPBELL RIVER MIRROR | WEDNESDAY, MARCH 13, 2013

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F E A T U R E

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

Lots of finning and fun at salmon foundation dinner Approximately 400 fishy supporters packed the Community Hall on Saturday night for the 6th annual Campbell River Salmon Foundation Dinner and Dance. The foundationâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s mandate is to promote the conservation, rehabilitation and enhancement for Pacific salmon in the greater Campbell River area. Each year the foundation raises approximately $100,000 at the event which

supports a variety of salmon enhancement projects in the area as well as the Pinks for the Pier program. The auction featured a ton of cool stuff including First Nations art, helicopter rides, ski packages and fishing trips. The evening also served to provide a fond goodbye to Mike Gage who is stepping down as the foundationâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s chair. Gage co-founded the foundation in 2007 with Kris Mailman.

SCENE & HEARD

Briana James (left) shows a First Natons paddle up for auction. The paddle and Sun Mask (above) were carved by Bill Henderson. Pictured below are Roy Grant (left) and Gord Thompson.

PROCESS Hand-tied ties (above) up for bid and chef Hans Zihlmann.

Auctioneer Jason Fitzpatrick.

Greg and Shannon Miller (above) check out a really nice fly rod reel, one of the many items available through the silent auction. Pictured left is Colleen Dane of the B.C. Salmon Farmers Association, an avid supporter of the salmon foundation.

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Campbell River Mirror, March 13, 2013  

March 13, 2013 edition of the Campbell River Mirror

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