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A new pipeline to Campbell River is needed before the former Elk Falls mill site can be converted into a liquified natural gas (LNG) plant. This week the new owners, Quicksilver Resources Canada Inc., launched a website (www.discoverylng.com) outlying its comprehensive plans for the former pulp and paper mill site, located just north of the city. According to the website: Continued on A5

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Work is well underway on the new downtown Seymour Pacific Developments office. In the coming weeks, the city will also begin replacing downtown underground utilities, so commuters can expect delays and detours by month’s end.

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It’s a big project with an ambitious completion time. The Downtown Revitalization Project begins this month and

is expected to be completed by December. It will create traffic delays and detours, but the shortterm headaches will be worth the long-term gains, according the city’s capital works manager. “It’s going to look very differ-

ent downtown – it’s going to look good,” says Jason Hartley, who admits it won’t be easy. “This is a really complicated logistical project – a lot has to get done in a short period of time.” The $4.7-million project was

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a greener and more contemporary look. The area, known as the St. Ann’s Block, surrounds the new office for Seymour Pacific Developments which is just under construction. The city’s revitalization project is occurring at the same time in order to minimize disruptions to commuters and businesses. The city’s project goes from St. Ann’s Road to 10th Avenue, and also incorporates Alder, B eech and Dubeau streets. Hartley says there will be a significant difference along Beech and Dubeau which will feature wider sidewalks, more trees and plants, and the new black lamp street lights. Hartley says the vision is to create a cohesive flow from the city hall park to the downtown core that incorporates more greenery with as much parking as they could fit in. It’s about balance,

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he says, that takes into account drivers, pedestrians, cyclists, businesses and visitors. “I compare it to Granville Island – there are trees that are spaced sensibly and it creates a park-like setting,” says Hartley. There are many challenges to the project and the main one is cost constraint. There’s work that could be done, but won’t because there’s not enough money in the budget. However, Hartley says provisions will be taken to allow for future expansion of services which tie into the new infrastruc-

ture. The biggest short-term problem will be traffic flow. Drivers who commute north and south along Alder Street will be the most impacted. You can expect road closures for thru traffic, but there will still be access to area businesses, especially for delivery vehicles. And the one advantage of Campbell River’s tentacle-like downtown streets is there are several detour options. Traffic disruptions could very well begin before the big Canada Day events downtown and Hartley says the one

of the main project goals is to get the roads open to traffic as soon as possible. Following that, work can begin on the streetscaping. Some of this is weather-permitting and final plantings of trees and shrubs may not occur until next spring in order to ensure they survive. The city intends to provide the public with regular updates on construction and detours. Learn more about the project at www.campbellriver.ca or e-mail questions and comments to capitalprojects@campbellriver.ca

Quick facts: n Quicksilver bought the Elk Falls site for $8.6 million from Catalyst Paper in May. n Just a small portion of the 400acre industrial site would be needed to build an LNG plant. n The site already has a deep water port. n As Discovery LNG moves forward with its potential reclamation and remediation, it will investigate opportunities to enhance eel grass on former booming grounds and methods to support the nearby Quinsam River hatchery. n An LNG plant cools natural gas to -162 degrees Celsius.

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“The potential project will undergo a feasibility study and once complete, and upon regulatory approval, Quicksilver would construct a facility that would convert produced natural gas, primarily from British Columbia, into LNG for export to Pacific Rim markets in Asia.” Discovery LNG is the new name for the Elk Falls site and is potentially a multi-billion dollar project. Quicksilver says Campbell River is a “highly suitable location for LNG export,” but the key will be getting the gas here because the existing pipeline isn’t large enough. Quicksilver, a Calgary-based oil and gas exploration company, produces processed natural gas at sites in the Horn River Basin, located in northeastern B.C. The plan is to move that gas through existing pipelines to the Lower Mainland and then find a third party to build a new pipeline to Vancouver Island and Campbell River. Quicksilver is planning to begin the regulatory process for the project before year’s end. Pending regulatory approvals and permits, construction

for the first phase of the potential project is expected to take approximately four years, with the plant anticipated to be operational by 2019. The company also said it intends to hold “significant” consultations with the public and First Nations, and would do site remediation at Elk Falls following a thorough environmental review. The potential project would also go through the environmental assessment process.

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The fallout from the reconfiguration of the Dogwood Street traffic lights continued Tuesday night as an Alder Street resident came before council to express concerns that his residential street has become a freeway. Ted Haylow said the citizens who live along Alder Street are fed up with the way motorists drive down the street and the city has done nothing about it. “Ever since the reconfiguration to the lights on Dogwood and the modifications to the roadways on Murphy Street and Highway 19A, Alder Street has become a freeway for speeders and heavy traffic,� Haylow said. “We have wait-

ing patiently for the city to work on our behalf to slow the traffic on Alder before someone is killed. After all, it was the city that redirected the traffic from Dogwood.� A group of frustrated Alder residents banded together to form the Alder Street Coalition in 2010 in response to reckless drivers moving over to Alder Street, prompted by the new lights on Dog wood and construction along Highway 19A. The coalition appeared in front of council and in response the city took speed readings of the traffic along Alder but determined vehicle speed wasn’t overly excessive. Residents at the time complained that traffic often travelled over the posted 50 km/hr speed limit and reported see-

ing several near misses of people nearly being hit at crosswalks. Three years later, Haylow said those problems still persist. He said the biggest problem is there is nothing to slow down the traffic along Alder between Rockland Road and 2nd Avenue. He said the four-way stop at 2nd and Alder is working well in his opinion and he requested council install the same traffic pattern at Merecroft and Alder which he said has become one of the worst intersections in town. “The city has made the situation worse by installing left-hand turn lanes at Alder and Merecroft,� Haylow said. “The residents of this street see near misses almost regularly. They have almost been hit while walking

in crosswalks, they have almost been hit while walking along the road, they’ve almost been hit while taking out the garbage, they’ve almost been hit while pulling out of their driveways. “Cars constantly speed, tail gate and most of all, drive without due care and attention,� Haylow added. Coun. Andy Adams asked Ron Neufeld, the city’s general manager of operations, what the cost would be to install two more stop signs at the Merecroft and Alder street intersection. Neufeld responded that it would cost the city between $100,000 and $200,000. Neufeld added that $25,000 is in this year’s budget to complete a study on the Alder Street corridor – from

one end to the other. A further $300,000 is tentatively targeted for 2014 to implement the improvements recommended in the study. Coun. Mary Storry wanted to further investigate improving Alder and made a motion to have staff report back on the feasibility and costs of converting the intersection at Alder and Merecroft into a fourway stop with flashing lights. Haylow said those improvements would fit with the city’s plan for the street and are just common sense. “Our patience has run out, they use stop signs to slow traffic on four-lane roads in Palm Springs,� Haylow said. “Let’s learn something to save our roads and our lives.�

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Motorists are advised that TraďŹƒc control will be in place on Hwy 19A from Pinecrest to Merecroft. Please follow directions on signs and watch for aggers. Seawalk users will be detoured around the construction activities as well. Thank you for your patience.

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ADDITIONAL Home Owner Grant is $1,045 ($570 + $275) Note: The Home Owner Grant amount is reduced or eliminated based on property value and minimum property tax payable. What are my payment options? Payment methods accepted by the City of Campbell River: • Online banking through your bank • Interac (ensure your daily and/or transaction limit will cover the amount of your payment) • Cheque • Cash What happens if property taxes go unpaid? The City of Campbell River is governed by the Community Charter which legislates a 10 per cent penalty be imposed on any property taxes that remain outstanding after the July due date. This legislation does not give authority to the City to waive late penalty charges and is applied consistently to all taxpayers. Your payment and Home Owner Grant (if eligible) must be received by the City of Campbell River on or before the due date to avoid penalty charges. Grants not claimed or incomplete are considered unpaid taxes and will result in penalty charges.


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Trashy balloon A layman’s look at the ecosystems of Vancouver Island reveal important estuaries, water-source mountain tops, prime agricultural land and vital shorelines. Not the ideal place, one would think, to locate a facility to burn garbage, We say: We let alone import the stuff from Metro Vancouver. offer our early The topic came up at the Strathcona and strident Regional District board meeting on Wednesday. It’s not an imminent thing, opposition but clearly the trial balloon has been floated and it caught the attention of some regional district officials up and down the Island. Metro Vancouver needs a place to dump its garbage.

Burning that garbage to create energy sounds like a reasonable goal. Just not here, thank you very much. To be clear, there is no specific deal or site named for Vancouver’s trash. And this could end up being much ado about nothing, at least for Island residents. But a shortlist of 10 companies bidding to build a new waste-to-energy plant was announced last week. A potential site for the incinerator could be Duke Point in the industrial heartland of Nanaimo. That’s a little too close to home and scary. We aren’t concerned about the fact these are early days in this discussion. We don’t care if there really is no plan to barge Vancouver’s garbage to the Island. We offer our early and strident opposition to this idea right now,

even if it was just a trial balloon. The up sides? Some will say jobs, some will say the creation of a renewable energy system, some may even say that if the garbage was trucked rather than barged, and used our ferry system, it could boost the bottom line and save B.C. Ferries. All of that is rubbish, pun fully intended. It would be rude to identify specific communities and regions of the province here and now, but if anyone is asking, we could easily provide a long list of B.C. locations for Vancouver’s garbage, places which are less environmentally sensitive, less reliant on tourism dollars, less beautiful. Hey Vancouver – don’t even start looking in a westerly direction for your garbage solutions. -Black Press

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Your editorial to abolish the Senate is both short sighted and arrogant! In the 70-plus years that I have lived in Canada I have known the Senate to twice hold up the passing of legislation as they found it would be detrimental to the majority of Canadian citizens. In one case it needed some word changes in the other clarification. They saved the public a great deal of time, money and anguish. Let me explain in words that you may be able to understand. The Senate is like having house insurance, you hope that you never have to make a claim against it but if you cancel it and your house burns you will wish that you had continued the payments. That is what the Senate is all about, insurance against detrimental legislation being passed. I fully agree the Senate needs to be brought into the 21st century and members be more accountable but abolishing it is not the answer. Lorne Scott Campbell River We welcome your opinions on stories and issues published in our pages as well as issues of broader concern encountered elsewhere. Please keep your letters brief. We reserve the right to edit for length and liability. E-mail them to editor@campbellrivermirror. com

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GORGEOUS VIEW...Wasn’t that a lovely sight seeing all those sailboats blowing into Discovery Passage Monday? Kristen Douglas’ front page shot of the main pack of sailboats in the Black Press Van Isle 360 yacht race captured the beauty of blue waters, azure skies and colourful sails as the racers battled a sudden drop in wind by unfurling every inch of sail they could. It made for a picturesque moment. There were a few people who made it down to the Discovery Pier and the foreshore to watch the boats come in. Campbell River is lucky in that we are one point in the round-Vancouver Island race that has a grandstand-like view of the race as the boats complete the third leg.

TANKS FOR THE AQUARIUM... Another great addition to the community opened last Saturday. The Discovery Passage Aquarium opened on Oceans Day and was an instant hit. People lined up to be the first through the small but informative aquarium. The Discovery Passage Sea Life Society, which operates the aquarium, has hit on a good idea by showing the fascinating sea life that lives in the very waters just a few feet away. After a season of exhibiting, the sea stars, rockfish and anemones will be released back into the local ocean. And while a lot of the animals in the tank will be deeper water denizens, our intertidal zone is very accessible in the Campbell River area. The Willow Point Reef in the very low tides of spring is

always a fascinating place to visit. There you can see many of these animals “in the wild.” I always love seeing the bed of purple sea urchins towards the end of the reef. TheDiscovery Passage Sea Life Society will also use the facility to educate people about their local oceans. The first of a series of presentations begins June 20 with a talk about cetaceans or whales, dolphins and the like. See the story on page A15. WHAT’S GOING ON AT THE MILL?...Meanwhile, the question on everybody’s mind these days is what is going to be done with the Elk Falls Mill site that was bought by Quicksilver Resources of Canada Ltd. for $8.5 million? Well, the company has put together a

website (www.discoverylng.com) that at least shows what they’re thinking about. The website says “upon regulatory approval, Quicksilver would construct a facility that would convert produced natural gas primarily from British Columbia into LNG for export to Pacific Rim markets in Asia.” “Processed natural gas would arrive at Discovery LNG through a yet to-be determined transmission method from Quicksilver’s sites in the Horn River Basin in Northeastern B.C. Once arrived at Discovery LNG, the gas would be converted from a gaseous form to a liquid form through refrigeration to allow for efficient offshore transportation. In liquid form, the gas would travel by highly advanced, specially designed LNG carriers to LNG receiving terminals in Asia.”


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Feds to step up farm fish inspection The Canadian Food In s p e c t i on Ag e n c y (CFIA) intends to step up monitoring of farmed salmon for potential disease. This week the federal agency released its results after sampling 4,175 wild

salmon caught throughout the B.C. coast in 2012. In a news release, the agency said all samples tested negative for infectious salmon anaemia (ISA). The samples were also tested for either infectious haematopoietic necrosis or infectious

pancreatic necrosis and these tests were also negative. However, biologist Alexandra Morton, a well-known opponent of netpen salmon farming, wondered why the agency only sampled wild fish? “If I could ask one question it would be:

Why is the CFIA not looking for this Atlantic (ISA) virus in the millions of Atlantic salmon in feedlots in B.C.? Wouldn’t that be the first place to look?” she asked in a news release. According to Morton, ISA in in the influenza family and has appeared in every other region of

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the world where Atlantic salmon are raised in netpens. She said it has killed more salmon than any other virus known, causing $2 billion in damages in Chile. However, regular provincial and federal testing of farmed Atlantic salmon does occur in B.C. According to November 2012 news release from the CFIA, in recent years, more than 5,000 wild and farmed salmon in B.C. have been tested by the federal government and the province and none have ever tested positive for the ISA disease. Still, the federal agency said it intends to step up monitoring of fish farms. “The CFIA is…finalizing an evaluation of on-going farmed salmon testing activities in B.C. The next steps for onfarm surveillance will be communicated in the fall of 2013,” said spokesman Rod Lister, in response to questions from the Mirror. And that’s just fine with Mary Ellen Walling, executive director of the BC Salmon Farmers Association. “This is work we’d like to see them continue to do,” she said.

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Telus considered locations other than Willow Point Park to put up a new cell phone tower, but they were all turned down. Brent Shannon, on behalf of Telus, was explaining to council at its Tuesday night meeting why Telus chose the spot near the bocce ball court and baseball diamond for a monopole to enhance spotty cell phone coverage in Willow Point. “We know there are no other locations, we exhausted our search,” Shannon said. “We were unable to move forward with the college on an agreement – it was close to moving forward but it got turned down. We also approached the (Church of) Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints but that didn’t work out.” Shannon noted that the area around Willow Point Park is a hard area to work. “It’s a very difficult area to cover because of the terrain,” Shannon said. “It’s heavily treed in the park and in and around

the college (NIC). It’s also very residential, so there’s few areas to pursue to enhance coverage in the area.” Shannon said the location in Willow Point Park is a good location from Telus’ point of view and it’s a spot that was recommended by city staff. “The bottom line is what options are available if we don’t go here? And I’m saying there aren’t any. We tried really hard not to go into the houses. This spot puts the monopole at least 100 metres away from any one house,” Shannon added. But for Nan Latchford, an outspoken critic of the cell tower, that’s not good enough. She presented council with a 125-signature petition full of names that feel the same. “People expressed health concerns and don’t believe cell towers should be in parks and playgrounds,” Latchford said. “If the tower is there, there will be other antennas going up, this has happened in other communities. There are concerns about the increase in electrical equipment emitting

radio frequencies. We need to balance the benefits this technology has on our health.” Latchford’s main concern is radiation exposure and the health affects she’s been researching such as cancer and autism. Latchford asked council Tuesday night to deny Telus’ application for the cell tower. She also urged council to adopt its own cell tower protocol to identify areas that should be protected from radio frequencies, to improve information requirements of the proponent to the community, including a mandatory public meeting which did not happen with Telus’ proposal. While Latchford said there’s been a lack of transparency in the current process, Telus disagrees. Shannon said Telus has actually gone above and beyond. “On March 8 we mailed 22 information packages to residents who may have line of sight to the proposed tower,” Shannon said. “We’re not required to by Industry Canada but we did it to exceed expectations and notify people who would

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be most concerned out of proximity to their homes.” Shannon said Telus again exceeded expectations by advertising the public consultation period in two local papers and he noted there was additional attention on the cell tower as a result of newspaper articles that appeared after council meetings in which the tower was on the agenda. Shannon summed up the public feedback process for council, noting that of the 22 packages sent out by Telus, the company received five or six responses and three responded favourably. Shannon also acknowledged the petition sent around by Latchford that was received by Telus as well as 14 people who contacted Telus directly with concerns. Shannon said the top concerns were: the location in the park, health and safety, aesthetics, lighting, and property value. Shannon said the monopole will be tucked into the trees and, at 30 metres high, will likely be hidden from view. Telus also plans to paint

the tower green to blend in with the surrounding nature. Council is expected to make a decision on the tower at its June 25 council meeting. The city, if

the tower is approved, will receive an annual licence fee of $15,000 from Telus. Telus could be approached by other carriers such as Rogers and Mobilicity to use

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Many homeowners are constantly on the lookout for ways to make their homes more environmentally friendly. Such a pursuit is both noble because it helps the environment and practical because it often saves money. While there are many eco-friendly improvements home owners make inside their homes, it’s important to note that there are several ways for men and women to be more environmentally conscious outside of their homes as well. Lawn care can be done in a way that’s conscious of the environment, and the results can be just as appealing as if the lawn were tended to without regard for the planet. The following are just a few of the many ways homeowners can adopt more eco-friendly practices when tending to their lawns.

l Be conscientious when watering. Overwatering a lawn is pretty common, especially during the dog days of summer, when homeowners try to overcompensate for hot days with excessive watering. The growth of moss on sidewalks or the driveway is a telltale sign that you’re watering too much, as is a standing pool of water on the grass. Homeowners who find it difficult to determine when their lawns have gotten enough water can purchase an intelligent irrigation control system that adapts your watering to a lawn’s needs as well as the weather. l Turn back the clock on your tools. Before gas mowers became the standard, man-powered push mowers were used to cut the grass. Such mowers still exist, and they require no fuel, making them a more eco-friendly

option than their gaspowered counterparts. Along those same lines, leaf blowers are a far less friendly way to rake leaves in the fall or clean the yard after a long winter. While there’s no denying their effectiveness, leaf blowers need gas to operate, while a rake just requires some elbow grease and a little extra time out in the yard. l Stay local. If you need to plant new grass or you’re beginning a garden, then stick with local plants, flowers and grasses rather than more exotic options that are not native to your area. Plants, flowers and grasses that aren’t native to your region will require more maintenance and often more watering. That added maintenance mig ht prove to be a headache, and that excessive watering will not be benefi-

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information can be very expensive and challenging,” says Birdsall. “Observations made by the public can be so important to add to our knowledge. The BC Cetacean Sighting Network allows the public to participate by reporting their sightings online or by calling 1-866-I-SAW-ONE.” Deb Cowper, Aquarium Manager, says, “Education is a primary goal of the Discovery Passage Aquarium and we are very happy to host this opportunity to share information about these amazing creatures. The Aquarium staff will be entering our obser-

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vation of a humpback whale at Discovery Pier on Sunday June 2 for starters!” “We had the opportunity to host Cetacean Sightings as part of a two-day event on Our Oceans, our Future in January 2011,” says Robyn Budd of Sierra Club’s Quadra Island Group, “and it was definitely one of the event’s highlights.” The BC Cetaceans Sightings Network is a joint program of the Vancouver Aquarium and Fisheries and Oceans Canada with funding from the Government of Canada Habitat Stewardship Program for Species at Risk. Public observers may include ferry personnel, recreational and charter boaters, and coastal residents. “Information from remote locations is particularly interesting as we may have little or no data from these isolated places; we know Campbell River and area residents love to be on the water and we would be very appreciative to learn of their observations,” says Birdsall.

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One last big run. At age 55, Shelagh Germyn figures she has the energy and the stamina for one more ultra marathon: To run 160 kilometres (100 miles) from Campbell River to Nanaimo in a fundraiser to support women and children. “I just have to go-girl. It’s my last big goal,” she says. This year marks Germyn’s 10th anniversary of running and fundraising in Campbell River for Women For Women. Over that decade, she and her supporters raised almost $30,000 for bursaries which support single mothers going back to school at North Island College.

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Your Presence is requested at Carihi on Monday

Carihi’s Music Composition and Technology students will be staging Presence once again. It is an annual fundraising concert at the school on Monday at 7 p.m to raise money for their program.

The Music Composition and Technology (MCT) students at Carihi is putting on Presence once again. Presence is an annual concert to raise money for the MCT program. Raising funds allows them to purchase more updated gear, micro-

phone/guitar cables, and send deserving students to workshops like the Vancouver Island Music Business Conference recently held in Courtenay. This year Presence will be at Carihi in the Multipurpose room on Monday, June 17.

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The show starts at 7 p.m. and goes till 10 with tickets prices as follows: $10 for 1, $15 for 2, and $20 for three tickets and can be picked up from the school office or at The Music Plant. Last year was extremely successful and saw MCT students raise over $800.

North Island students can gain work experience Students in Vancouver Island North will gain valuable work experience this summer, as a result of the Government of Canada’s Canada Summer Jobs initiative. John Duncan, Member of Parliament for Vancouver Island North, made the announcement today on behalf of the Honourable Diane Finley, Minister of Human Resources and Skills Development. “Creating summer jobs for students benefits not only youth and employers, but also local economies across the country,” said Duncan. “Canada Summer Jobs is yet another excellent example of how our government is creating jobs and economic growth.” This year on the North Island, approximately 74 agreements will be signed with employers and 92 student summer jobs will be created. The Vancouver Island North constituency will receive nearly $400,000 in Canada Summer Jobs funding. Canada Summer Jobs is an important part of the Government of Canada’s Youth Employment Strategy (YES), which also includes the Skills Link and Career Focus programs. With an annual budget of more than $300 million, YES helps youth obtain career information, develop employment skills, find jobs and stay employed. Economic Action Plan (EAP) 2013 proposes an additional investment of $70 million over three years in YES to support 5,000 more paid internships. This is further to the extra $50 million that was invested through EAP 2012 to enhance YES with a new initiative that connects young Canadians with jobs.


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A Jammin Soundtrack will bring CR DanceXtreme’s season to a spectacular close on June 20-22 at the Tidemark Theatre.

Cr Dancextreme presents year-end shows to ‘A Jammin’ Soundtrack’ Another dance season is coming to end, which means CR DanceXtreme and their talented dancers will be presenting more unforgettable yearend performances at the Tidemark Theatre June 20-22. “A Jam m i n’ Soundtrack” will feature various dance styles, performed to music from your favorite motion pictures. Come see all the new and exciting routines that the studio’s recreational students have worked on this

year, as well routines that the competitive Showteam will be bringing to the upcoming National Dance C ompetition in July in Las Vegas, Nevada. CR DanceXtreme is preparing for two separate year-end shows at the Tidemark. The Thursday, June 20 and Friday, June 21 performances, both at 7 p.m. will feature the studio’s teen and adult performers. The Saturday, June 22 shows, one at 3 p.m. and the other at 7 p.m.,

will feature dancers aged five to 12. To purchase tickets, call the Tidemark Ticket Centre at 250287-7465 or go online at www.tidemarktheatre. com It’s been a great year for CR DanceXtreme’s competitive students. In April, members of the Showteam as well as the Boys Competitive Hip Hop program performed and competed against Vancouver’s finest at the Thunderstruck Dance Competition. All 28 CR DanceXtreme group

routines placed in the top three and received awards. Soloists Claire Peachey and Emiko Koizumi were awarded with a top “Platinum” placement and both placed top overall in their solo category. The competition finished on a great note when CR DanceXtreme was awarded the Studio Dance Spirit Award. This is a special award chosen by Thunderstruck staff for a studio that combines both passion for dance and a

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Stars of tomorrow

Kathy Mascia School of Dance will be having their annual dance recital Stars of Tomorrow 2013 on Saturday at the Tidemark Theatre. Showcasing dancers doing tap, ballet, jazz and pointe from the adorable mice aged 4 years old up to adult tappers. There will be a 2 p.m. and 7 p.m. shows. Tickets are sold at the Tidemark Theatre box office, adults $19 and Students/Seniors $16. Pictured are: (front row) Anna Glum, Lauren Clark, Aspen Tucker; (back row) Sam Tucker, Emily Missio,  Lily Kyle, Mairin Brown Shields, Jessica Missio, Abigail Broadhurst, Mary Rondquist.

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Carihi

Education with a Purpose! Carihi offers innovative programs for the 21st Century learner. Carihi Focuses on Engagement

• Relevant, interesting and meaningful learning opportunities • Supportive environments that address students’ needs at appropriate levels • Structures and programs that help students feel connected to the school community

Carihi Focuses on 21st Century Skills • • • •

Locate, analyze, interpret and communicate information in a variety of media and formats Solve problems creatively and logically Collaborate with others face-to-face and via technology tools Demonstrate leadership skills, habits of personal and social responsibility, and adaptability to change • Effective use of technology tools

Carihi Focuses on Rigorous and Engaging Content

• Required content that provides a solid foundation for continued education or the workforce • Learning activities requiring higher-order thinking, deep understanding of important ideas, critical self-reflection • Emphasis on application of knowledge and skills rather than rote memorization

Carihi DRIVE (Digital Recording Integrated Video and English) is a half-day program designed for passionate video artists who are interested in film making. Students immerse themselves in all aspects of filmmaking while earning credits in both English and Video Productions. This project-based program will give the students opportunity to work at Shaw TV’s studio throughout the semester.

Integrated Physics Program

Integrated option for Physics 11&12 will allow students to explore the topics of physics in greater detail over 2 blocks a day. This exciting initiative will create a variety of learning opportunities which will involve students to research, construct and present projects based on their interests in physics. All the learning outcomes of physics 11 and 12 will be covered with extra time for individual and group project/problem based learning activities through inquiry.

Forestry Program

Project based learning will be the focus of this program. The purpose of this program is to expose students to all aspects of the forest industry. Students will be introduced to engineering, silvaculture, harvesting methods, road construction, scaling, and manufacturing, along with many other occupations related to the forest industry. The above forestry occupations will be incorporated into project based academic lessons throughout the program, including field trips to different forestry sites. We are excited to be offering this opportunity to students in Campbell River and it is open to both male and female players of varying abilities. Students who wish to enhance their individual core hockey skills as well as develop off-ice conditioning and training habits to take their game to the next level will benefit from this program. Features of this program include: curriculum developed by Hockey Canada, certified and trained coaches, 3 on-ice sessions per week, 2 office training sessions at the CR Storm gym facility, graduation credits for students in grades 10-12, and power skating instruction.

Peer Leadership

Carihi’s Peer Leadership group has been busy organizing some long standing traditional events during the last few months. Our student leaders applied their teamwork and organizational skills at Phoenix Middle School, leading the grade 6 and 7 classes through various stations highlighting the dangers of drug abuse and addiction.

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our appreciation to parents, staff, students, and community members for the support we have had all year. Please join us in events such as our Awards Ceremony, Scholarship and Bursary Night, Aboriginal Graduation, Athletic Banquet, and of course, Prom and Graduation. I am very proud to be the Principal of such a vibrant school and as such the focus of this final newsletter is to create an awareness of the initiatives

Robotics Program

Head to head battles between metal behemoths fighting for supremacy on the field! Well, not quite that exciting, but Carihi students will be building robots and having head-to-head competitions to see who built the strongest, fastest, best designed VEX robots. In this applied and project based program, the students will learn the basic theory of electronics, the correct use of tools and test equipment, programming, basic metal work fabrication and machining, and design and mechanical principles. Robotics 9 is offered as an introduction to the robotics program.

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D.R.I.V.E. Program

Hockey Academy

Are you a problem solver? Do you like to be challenged? Can you think outside of the box? Well, this course is for those students who like hands on, project based learning. Everything from building hovercrafts with real engines, robotics and hydraulics, to welding and drafting – this course covers it all! If students have an interest in design and engineering, this course is a great place to start. Every topic discussed will have a theory portion, and projects will be given to reinforce the theories. This is a great course for the problem solvers and thinkers who like to get their hands dirty!

ACE-IT Carpentry / Residential Construction Program

This applied and project based program is double blocked each day and students will receive credit for their level 1 technical carpentry apprenticeship training from NIC, as well as credits for graduation. From buying a lot, to framing a roof, this program goes into detail about residential construction. Safe operation of both stationary and portable tools is a key component of this program. Materials and certifications in fork lift and skid steer operation, WHMIS, OFA level 1, and fall arrest are provided for the students from our industry sponsor, Seymour Pacific Developments Ltd. This program is a step in the right direction for any student interested in the construction trades.

Sports Leadership Program

Take a moment and identify the one leader from history who you would most like to be. What qualities make them great? What draws you to them? Are these attributes something you can learn, develop, or display? Carihi Sports Leadership Program says, "YES!" and will show you how, and why. This program is intended for the student who is looking to take the next step to becoming a better leader. This program’s objective is to provide students with knowledge in sport leadership along with the opportunity to lead. This program is a great opportunity for students to develop leadership skills such as critical thinking, creative problem-solving and organizational abilities in sport. Opportunities to lead may include: coaching, officiating or organization of an

With the help of our senior students, Caripalooza once again showcased the amazing singing, dancing, and musical talents of our students who performed to a packed and appreciative audience. Now, with the spring weather, another tradition is has been revived – the Friday BBQ. With students performing in the background, peer leadership put on a mouth-watering BBQ burger lunch as a fundraiser for Relay for Life. Thanks to Mr. Kreis and Mrs. Stanger for their help in preparing this event. Our next BBQ is planned for May 31st. Carihi Peer Leadership would like to thank all our students and staff for supporting us this year.

we are pursuing in the spirit of extending our learning beyond traditional classroom settings. We are fortunate to have a staff that embraces this concept and goes above and beyond to create meaningful learning opportunities for our students. Our goal is develop lifelong learners with the understanding that learning happens in a variety of settings. Whether it be in the classroom or in the field, our recipe for success involves learners sharing their

Finally, I would like to extend my thanks to all of the individuals, organizations, and businesses that support our programs. Your investment in our students does not go unnoticed or unappreciated. Sincerely, Sean Toal, Principal

intramural program. Students in this program often become ambassadors of Carihi.

Nautical Sciences Program

Our Nautical Sciences Program is a multi-disciplinary approach to learning in which students work in a classroom that takes the form of a small business (nonprofit organization) with a focus on sailing. Students will be engaged in activities such as sailboat repair, marketing, engineering, navigation and other trades. This all day program will have students learn the science behind sailing in both a theoretical and practical manner, while they gain specific certifications in First Aid, Cold Water Survival, Sailing among others. Students will meet a number of learning outcomes through this program and gain credit based on their personal learning goals for the program.

Traditional Village Project

Aboriginal students require a learning environment that honours who they are and where they have come from. The Traditional Village Project will allow our school and district to ensure that aboriginal cultures are celebrated throughout the school programs. Also, this project will incorporate the diversity of Aboriginal peoples throughout the curriculum and acknowledge the uniqueness of Aboriginal cultures in our community. The Traditional Village Project at Carihi Secondary School will consists of a carving shed, gathering place, a learning centre, smoke house, cooking pit and landscape with indigenous flora and fauna. This project will provide a conduit for collaboration between the school and community and provide students with opportunities to apply their learning.

Distributed Learning @ Carihi Did you know that Carihi offers all kinds of Distributed Learning options? Need some extra help with a course? Parents, need to brush up on your math skills? Check out the online video lessons that are currently available, with more being added soon. For grade 12s: Chemistry, Biology, Physics and Math For grade 11s: Physics and Math For grade 10s: Math and Science Follow the 72ways2learn link on Carihi or District Homepages. Got a question? Send me an email kai.taylor@sd72.bc.ca What about online courses? got those too. Check out the flex program and talk to a counsellor. Don’t forget the specialty academies! Want to know more? Follow us on twitter @72ways2learn

Math Champions

Congratulations to the following students who participated in the BC High School Mathematics Contest in May: Armin Bayati, Hugh Nguyen, Minnie Chen, Curtis Babnik, Antonia Bellefleur, and Gosha Maruzhenko. Our students finished first in the senior division and third in the junior division. Special mention to Minnie Chen and Curtis Babnik who finished first and second respectively in the senior division.

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excitement and passion for gaining the skills and knowledge to succeed.

The Tyees sports program is a vibrant part of our school community. This past few months we have seen studentathletes represent Carihi in areas of Golf, Tennis, Track and Field, Rugby and Soccer. Our Tennis program continues to grow under the leadership of Brent Larmour. Our Golf program led by Jason Kerluck narrowly missed on a berth to the Island Championship. This is a young team and hope springs eternal for a run at the Island Championship next year. Our Senior Rugby team are enjoying a stellar season and

are led by Head coach Darren Munroe and George Cossenas. Our Track and Field team enjoyed a successful meet in Powell River and eight student-athletes have made it to the Island Championship this week. The Senior Girls Soccer have been involved in a wonderful season, winning several Tournaments including the AAA North Islands. They head to the Islands AAA Championships this week. Also at Senior level we had both a Girls “B” team and a Recreation team. The Junior Girls had a wonderful North Island Championship finishing second and travelled to the Island Champions this past week. Incredibly over 70 girls played school soccer this spring! Thanks to all the soccer coaches, Dana Dunsmore, Maralyn Lloyd, Todd Banes and John Jepson for their time. They were ably assisted by student coaches, Jason Fawkes, Alexandre Desrochers, Kevin Shelswell, Collin Massie, Dane Belle Oudry and Kellen Rondeau   from our recently developed Sports Leadership class.


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Discover what Quadra Summer School 2013 Island has to offer

On Saturday, the Discovery Islands Chamber of Commerce and over 20 Quadra Island businesses want you to get out and rediscover why you love where you live. Quadra Island businesses are opening their doors for the day this Saturday and inviting you to stop by and check out what they have to offer. With discounts on restaurant meals, spa treatments, guided fishing and adventure tours and rentals, complimentary refreshments, yoga

classes, mini massages, free trials of bikes, kayaks and stand up paddleboards, art demonstrations, wine sampling, tours of resorts, B&B’s, vacation rentals and the new golf course there is something for everyone. There are also fabulous prize draws at various locations just for dropping by. With sun forecast, this Saturday, June 15 is the perfect opportunity to spend the day touring Quadra Island. Pick up your Discover Quadra map at

the Campbell River and Quadra Island Visitor Centres, at the ferry terminal, on the Quadra ferry, and at participating businesses. You can also find a list of participating businesses on Facebook at the Discover Quadra! page. So this Saturday go out and play. Experience why travellers from around the world choose Quadra Island as their vacation destination. You might just discover the perfect place for your summer holiday.

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positive spirit towards others. CR DanceXtreme also enjoys being out and about in the community. Showteam dancers and the Boys Competitive Hip Hop were wellreceived by a packed audience at the Maritime Heritage Centre for the Oceans Day Celebration. They will also entertain at the Spirit Square dur-

ing upcoming Canada Day celebrations July 1. Registration for fall, 2013 is coming up soon. To ensure your child a spot in their desired class or classes and to receive a discount on the registration fee for the 2013/2014 Dance Season, sign up your child & make sure to mark pre-registration week on your calendars: n Monday, June 24 to

Carihi

Honour Roll: STRAIGHT “A” HONOUR ROLL GRADE 9 - TERM 3 Bluschke, Renate C. Borrie, Kalyn M. Chiasson, Justin B. Hamer, Noa R. Hamilton, Lorne Harris, Brooke S. Harrison, Vanessa Mae P. Herbert, Stephen J. Mann, Gurleen Melville, Larissa Milligan, Rowan Morrison, Joanna L. Neufeld, Nigel L. Phillips, Gaelan G. Schrumm, Kaely R. Seldon, Chas K. Sirois, Ailsa C. Stewart, Bailey N. Toews, Lucy R.

“A” Average HONOUR ROLL GRADE 9 - TERM 3 Amelia, Char L. Anderson, Scott J. Ashcroft, Madison M. Barley, Tyrell A. Boucher, Kathryn E. Bukauskas, Cory J. Chisholm, Maryah L. Clapham, Sheldon M. Curnow, Rhiannon E. Do, Josiah H. Douglas, David A. Hamilton, Greta B. Hinsberger, Cassidy R. Howarth, Madeline K. Izon, Bailey J. Jasinski, Francesca C. Jordan, Dawson E. Kelly, Christina M. Korol, Hunter K. Lloyd, Lisa C. Marsh, Joseph L. Mcmanus, Morgann R. Nguyen, Hugh Quintrell, Aidan L. Russell, Etana K. Shelrud, Anika B.

Siu, Quinn M. Skalik, Matthew J. Theberge-Phye, Tia C. Van Lieshout, Maximilian H. Van Zeeland, Michelle R. Verschuur, Elijah H. Vi, Angela B. Vining, Keona J. Ward, Julianna M.

“B” Average HONOUR ROLL GRADE 9 - TERM 3 Adams, Rebecca C. Arps, Emma S. Bannerman, Gena M. Barbot, Sylvain E. Barnes, Braxten T. Barr, Joshua K. Bebenek, Matthew W. Bellosillo, Giovanni M. Buckler, Bailey L. Cameron, Kayne W. Coblenz, Joshua A. Franceschini, Kyle J. Hatfield, Taylor R. Hilgemann, Elin M. Hutchison, Dustin D. Ingersoll, Jacob R. Iwamoto, Kamiya John, Billie A. Jordan, Sabrina Keller, Tre A. Krajnc, Dawson A. Lanqvist, Melody A. Lidkea, Elijah S. Lightfoot, Emma L. Loffler, Paige R. Maclean, Devon R. Manders, Catalina P. Martin, Mackenzie A. Mercer, Rebecca E. Miller, Dureeka L. Milligan, Maeve S. Nelson, Dakota A. Ortiz, Ruben A. Rossi, Kalayna K. Sainas, Keegan R. Saunders, Austin R. Stewardson, Cavin J.

Thursday, June 27 from 3-9 p.m. n Saturday, June 29 from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. New dance programs for fall include, Acro Dance, Adult Musical Theatre, Fresh Groove Hip Hop Team (competitive) and Prep Team (competitive). For more information, email crdancextreme@ yahoo.ca

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Middle & Secondary Programs

The main campus is Southgate Middle School. July 3 - July 30 8:30 a.m. to 12:45 p.m. Middle School classes run for two week or four week sessions. Secondary School classes run for four weeks.

Elementary Programs Dates & locations vary.

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Contact your school office, school counsellor, or visit www.sd72.bc.ca to learn more about Summer School.

School District 72 is once again offering a variety of workshops, programs and Summer School to support learning through the summer. Summer School classes at the secondary level include: • Math • English • Communications • Science • Social Studies Summer School programs at the elementary and middle school levels include: • Young Readers Workshop • Middle School and High School Prep • French Immersion Programs • Active Math Programs • Outdoor Adventure & Environmental Science • Intermediate Skills Development ... and more! Summer School 2013 registrations accepted until June 21. Register quickly – space is limited! Pick up a registration form at your local school office, the School Board Office (425 Pinecrest Road) or download a form from www.sd72.bc.ca

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Straight “A” HONOUR ROLL GRADE 10 - TERM 3 Albrecht, Ina O. Boulding, Kyra C. Dickson, Tara Eidsvik, Brooke C. Harper, Madison T. Hatfield, Landyn Kobayashi, Breagh M. Koster, Megan Lindenbach, Marita Maruzhenko, Gosha D. Mawhinney, Ocean E. Peachey, Claire Roemer, Trevor J.

“A” Average HONOUR ROLL GRADE 10 - TERM 3 Alger, Jordyn Annett, Janine E. Bensen, Amy B. Brown, Hannah E. Collins, Reise W. Dean, Hailey T. Doyon, Valerie C. Enns, Rachel V. Eppler, Taylor M. Grant, Megan J. Henderson, Star H. Jones, Carson T. Ketch, Kyla M. Knowles, Jaret A. Mason, Alexandra H. Massee, Rio L. Matheson, Natalia I. May, Kyla A. Ostler, Madison L. Rennie, Cole G. Robertson, Gregory M. Whittingham, Sophie O. Windrim, Liah E.

“B” Average HONOUR ROLL GRADE 10 - TERM 3 Arbour, Taylor A. Archibald, Mikaila K. Arnold, Deaglan R. Barbas, Emily J. Barker, Brodie B.

7x7 Bensen, Sara L. Billings, Claire F. Bodungen, Shania Capillan, Hazel G. Coblenz, Carter J. Crneck, Georgina M. Davies, Braden R. Devlin, Jesse M. Dufresne, Dion C. Duncan-Makus, Spencer J. Eberlein, Lisa M. Fear, Breanna M. Ferreira, Chantal M. Flick, Quinn M. Folliott-Feller, Andrew S. Henderson, Douglas P. Hergt, Tayler R. Herman, Michael D. Hood, Malcolm Houlihan, Cole J. Jelko, Carlotta L. Kennelly, Grady J. Kingston, Mitchell M. Klein, Gina I. Kozeletski, Cole M. Lee, Austin C. Lougheed, Cheylyn M. Maxwell, Loren L. Mcdonald, Morgan E. Mcdougall, Kieran R. Mcinnes, Grayden E. Nelson, Joshua J. Olmstead, Jeffrey T. Osachuk, Kristine A. Ostrosser, Kiara F. Reid, Chaylene A. Reusch, Nicole L. “B” Average Honour Roll Grade 10 - Term 3 Richmond, Marcus M. Senay, Zachary W. Sidhu, Joey J. Sloat, Jaycyne H. Smith, Sondra J. Soroka, Zoe N. Speck, Valentina L. Storback, Griffin A. Wasteneys, Avalon C. Wilson, Vanessa L.

Bavis, Matthew R. Botel, Amanda B. Cao, Jessie Gargar, April A. Jackson, Kerry D. Kirkby, Robert B. Mclean, Shayla A. Misky, Tatiana K. Morrison, Charlotte R. Murphy, Laura Sirois, Elena T.

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Boucher, Alexander J. Carpenter, Mariah E. Chen, Minnie Demerse, Russell W. Desrochers, Alexandre J. Freudiger, Claudia L. Ketchum, Kiley Lasota, Selena C. Lukowich, Deras S. Marsh, Erin Mcdonnell, Mariah M. Milligan, Connor D. Nguyen, Melysa T. Nickoloff, Gina M. Shelrud, Glenn M. Shelswell, Kevin M. Smith, Noelle Stevantoni, Michael D. Stewart, Richelle B. Tillapaugh, Zachary L. Wharton, Olivia P. Yates, Emily A.

"B" Average HONOUR ROLL GRADE 11 - TERM 3 Anderson, Aidan Anderson, Mark C. Andres, Nicholas D. Barbot, Alexis P. Benoit, Kyle R. Charlebois, Coltinn Q. Cossenas, Maxwell A. Driemel, Liam E. Elliott, Samantha J. Engelson, Dallas J. Fairweather, Connor J. Farmer, Evan K. Hanson, Jordan M. Howe, Clayton T. Huffman, Dallas J. Kelly, Tyler W. Khan, Ivy R. Kindy-Olesen, Karina N. Koski, Kayla L. Krajnc, Hayden M.

Leroy, Hudsen Locker, Jackson T. Macadam, Melissa C. Maedel, Bryce D. Massie, Collin J. Mccartney, Brayden T. Mcgrath, Michael Mcnab, Malcalm S. Monds, Chelsy R. Padington, Kiersten Peterson, Alex Rennie, Riley E. Robinson, Wade Rodbom, Jesse D. Saunders, Brandon S. Senay, Jaime Simper, Levi D. Siu, Kiani Q. Smith, Allana L. Smithers, Zachery Stapff, Alec A. Stevens, Natalie A. Thach, Linda T. Thurlborn-Hansen, Aaron L.

"B" Average HONOUR ROLL GRADE 11 - TERM 3 WALL, JACEY K. WILSON, SHAWN R.

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Christiaan Jules

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February 13, 1986June 7, 2013

On the morning of Friday, June 7, surrounded by his loving family, Christiaan passed away after a 9 year battle with cancer. He is survived by his parents Sharon and Walter, his brother Jeremy and his sister Emily, his beloved Opa, Gerry Westdorp and so many aunts, uncles and cousins. He touched many people’s lives, especially through his illness. He knew no fear, he did not feel sorry for himself and he kept his sense of humour. Many thanks are given to all of the health care professionals who helped Christiaan throughout his illness, as well as our family and friends for being there for all of us. Words cannot express how we feel about all of you. In lieu of flowers, donations would be graciously accepted on behalf of the BC Cancer Agency’s Vancouver Island Centre, 2410 Lee Avenue, Victoria, BC, V8R 6V5. A Celebration of Life will be held at the Trinity Presbyterian Church, 145 Simms Rd, Campbell River, BC on Saturday, June 15 at 11:00 a.m. A gathering will follow at parents, Walter and Sharon’s home.

Charles (Chuck) Daniel George Hurrell September 20, 1928 - June 5, 2013

Chuck passed away peacefully on June 5, 2013 at the Campbell River Hospital. He is survived and deeply mourned by his wife of nearly 60 years; Carol, his son Murray (Leah) of Black Creek, BC and his daughter Maureen (Scott) Tarrant of Stewart BC. He also leaves his grandsons Casey Tarrant and Shilo Tarrant, great-granddaughter Paisley Rose, sister Tressy (Adam) Lucyk, brothers Denis (Irene) Hurrell, Daniel (Mary) Hurrell, brother in laws, sister in laws and numerous nieces and nephews. Chuck was born at home on the farm north of Balcarres, Saskatchewan to Sidney and Tressy Hurrell. He worked as a grain buyer for the 6DVNDWFKHZDQ :KHDW 3RRO IRU WZHQW\ ÀYH \HDUV LQ Sandgren, Sanctuary and then Hazlet before moving to Stewart, BC where he was employed by the Ministry of Highways as a Stockperson for ten years. During his years in Stewart as well as Black Creek, Chuck was employed as a guard for the RCMP. In 1993 Carol and Chuck retired to Black Creek. Always a very community minded person, he participated in many clubs and organizations, serving as president on many occasions. Until December, 2012, he had served as the President of the Black Creek Old Age Pensioners for the previous four years. He was always willing to lend a hand and could always be counted on to help out friends and family. He enjoyed FXUOLQJÀVKLQJVFUROOVDZZRUNDQGKLVVSHFLDOSULGH his garden, which he left completely planted, and his wood shed fully stocked. Chuck was very proud of his children and grandchildren and many of his happiest times were out camping with Carol and his family.

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Wikima Wikima Littlewing Littlewing Dec Dec 1, 1, 19771977June June 10, 10, 2013 2013 Wikima Wikima Littlewing Littlewing passed passed away away peacefully peacefully surrounded surrounded by by her her large large and and loving loving family family at at the the Campbell Campbell River River Hospital. Hospital. Wikima Wikima is is predeceased predeceased by by her father father Charley Charley Littlewing, Littlewing, her grandparents Nita Nita and and Jim Jim grandparents Warburton, sister sister Josalin Josalin Warburton Warburton and and uncle uncle Rey Rey Warburton. Warburton. Warburton, She is is greatly greatly loved loved and and missed missed by by her her son son Dayton Dayton Littlewing, Littlewing, She parents Darlene Darlene and and Frank Frank Cook, Cook, brother brother Charles Charles Littlewing, Littlewing, parents sister Winema Winema Littlewing Littlewing and and nieces nieces Rayvana Rayvana and and Tianna Tianna and and sister nephew Brandon. Brandon. She She is is also also greatly greatly missed missed by by her her aunts aunts and and nephew uncles and and many many cousins cousins whom whom she she loved loved so so very very much. much. uncles

Barbara Ann Stefanitisis June 19, 1948-June 17, 2003

I cannot see you with my eyes or hear you with my ears But thoughts of you are with me still and often dry my tears Ten years have come and gone The love never fades it still lingers on I’ll always remember the smile on your face And the gentle touch of your hand The day we said our vows And slipped on your finger Your gold wedding band The memories stay with me Time can never erase Until once again I gaze Upon your loving face

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It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of our Mom, Grandma, and Great-Grandma. Mae was born in Comox, B.C. on May 5, 1925 to Matilda and Herb Muschamp. She was predeceased by her husband, Desmond Joseph Stewart. She is survived by her four children, Monty, Clifford (Paulette), Leona, and Graham (Jan); her grandchildren, Sean, Gary, Cameron, Leanne and Heather; great-grandson, Dexter. Mae spent her early years growing up in Union Bay. She moved to Victoria in her early twenties to work. She came back to Union Bay and married the love of her life. They were married for 60 years. They started a family in Union Bay, then moved into Gold River in 1961. Then later moved to Campbell River. The last couple of years for Mae have been at Cumberland Lodge. Mae was a kind and caring person. She was known for always having her door open for everyone. She would always have baking on the counter and could whip up a batch of scones in a flash. She was loved by all who knew her and influenced many. She had a strong personality, knew her mind, and was very much involved with her community in many capacities. She will be missed very much by her family and friends. The Family would like to thank all the wonderful and caring staff and Dr Helmer at Cumberland Lodge who have taken such good care of our Mom. A celebration of Life will be announced at a later date.

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It’s been ten years since you’ve been here, But we have found you in the gifts that you have left behind.... And then there you are. You are there in our gratitude, when we live to the fullest, Take nothing and no one for granted. When we put our families first, choose to be positive, leave nothing unsaid. You are there in the kindness for a stranger, in the compassion for our friends, in our work ethic. In the love and support and commitment to our soul mates. You are there in our laughter & our sadness. When we are not afraid to be who we are, to show our emotions & wear our hearts on our sleeves. When we delight in cooking, baking & sharing your recipes and in all of our kitchen gatherings. You are there in every celebration, in every milestone, every occasion & every success. You are there when we fail, get stuck & struggle with forgiveness. When we let go and learn to move on. You are there in your grandchildren, in the stories we share, in the pride that we feel & the love. Always the love. You are there in lives that you touched, by how you lived yours. In the hands that you held, the hugs that you gave, In the music that you loved, In the spirit in which you gave And give to us still.... You are not here, But then there you are...

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Arnold Cooper of Black Creek B.C. passed away on Monday June 10, 2013. Son of Ron and Mildred Cooper deceased. He is survived and will be dearly missed by his wife Lynne of 40 years. Sons; Brent Cooper (wife Amanda), Marty Cooper. Brother Rob Cooper (wife Liz), sisters; Phyllis Long, Lorraine Goorts (husband Martin). And the apples of his eye, his grandchildren; Olivia & Maleena Cooper, Sadey, Gracy and Jaren Cooper. As well as many nieces and nephews. Arnold was known all over the island for his Gov’t surplus sales and furniture business. He was most importantly known for his caring and giving spirit. His love of life and his love for his family is what made his life full, but when he faced his final test, it was not only the support of his loving family and friends, but his strong faith and hope of a better future and life to come on this earth as promised in the bible at Psalms 37:10,11. Many thanks also go out to the beautiful 3rd Floor nursing staff at St. Joseph’s Hospital, the amazing staff at the Cancer clinic as well as Dr. Ingrey , Dr. Kopt & Dr. Camacho for their amazing compassion and care. His memorial service will be held at the Kingdom Hall of Jehovah’s Witnesses in Campbell River with a tea to follow on Thursday June 13, 2013 @ 1:30pm.

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The North Island MLA’s office in Campbell River has a vacancy for a halftime (17.5 hours/week) Constituency Assistant. A sound knowledge of the constituency, an understanding of politics and government, strong interpersonal and communication skills are required. A detailed job description is available upon request. Letters of application, including a rÊsumÊ and professional references, should be made by 22nd June, 2013 to: Claire Trevena, MLA (North Island) 908 Island Hwy Campbell River, V9W 2C3. Email: claire. trevena.mla@leg.bc.ca Fax: 250-287-5105. (Only those applicants short-listed will be contacted). HAIRSTYLIST WANTED full time/part time for First Choice Hair Cutters in their Campbell River location. Guaranteed $11.50/hour, 25% profit sharing, paid overtime, benefits, paid birthday, vacation pay, annual advanced training and advancement opportunities. Call 1-866-472-4339 today for an interview. MOBILE MEDICAL EXAMINERS: RNs, RPNs, LPNs, Lab Techs. Insurance Services Co. recruiting in Campbell River and surrounding area. Venipuncture experience req’d. Contact: careers@watermarkinsurance.com

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EDUCATION/TRADE SCHOOLS

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AUTOMOTIVE TECHNICIAN

Req. for a busy automotive shop in Campbell River. Red Seal Cert. preferred. 2nd & 3rd yr. with extensive hands on exp. considered. Must be a team player & posses a great work ethic. Wage Negotiable & Full BeneďŹ t Pkg. after 3 mos. E-mail: Attn. Steve candsironwood@shaw.ca

VOLUNTEERS

Volunteer Requests for June 10, 2013 C.R.N.I Transition Society: Festivals are always fun, particularly the annual Riverfest! One June 23rd, come and help with setting and taking down tables, tents and apparatus or assist in the Kid Zone area. John Howard SocietyKidstart: needs people like you to help make a difference in someones’s life. Spend time with children and youth aged 6-18 that need extra support in their lives for 3 or more hours per week. Tidemark Theatre: Front of House volunteers are vital to the Theatre! Ticket takers, Ushers and Concession are the areas we need you for 3-3.5 hours depending on show availability. For these and many more volunteer opportunities, contact Volunteer Campbell River at 287-8111 Or check our web site www.volunteercr.ca

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• All bids must be in by August 15, 2013 including a proposed contingency plan. • Mainstream will determine the winning bid by September 30, 2013. • Tender packages with more information are available but bidders will be required to sign a confidentiality agreement with Mainstream before receiving the package. • All bids received and discussions with bidders will be held in confidence. Office Contact: Mainstream Canada, PO Box 142 61-4th Street, Tofino BC, V0R2Z0, Tel (250) 725-1255, Fax (250) 725-1250, Attention Don McIntyre. Email: contracts@mainstreamcanada.com

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

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Instructor, Applied Business Technology Mount Waddington Regional Campus Please go to http://careers.nic.bc.ca for further criteria, required qualifications and information on how to apply to posting #100557.

HELP WANTED

HELP WANTED

Barnard Construction of Canada Ltd. a heavy-civil construction company is working on the Toba/Montrose Penstock Repair and has the following openings for qualified individuals at all levels for the following positions: • Labors • Pipe Layers • Heavy Equipment Operators • Truck Drivers • Fuel & Lube Truck Drivers (must have air brake endorsement) Please email resume and references to: John.lehman@barnard-inc.com

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KEY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: • Perform assigned tasks according to documented quality system procedures • Fill, package and verify customer orders from stock and deliver to shipping area • Load and unload delivery vehicles in a safe and correct manner verifying merchandise with documents • Count all packaged pieces and pallets and ensure vehicles are loaded with correct shipment • Observe safety policies and procedures of Occupational Health & Safety Act, Transportation of Dangerous Goods Act and any other pertinent legislation • Maintain the cleanliness and orderliness of the warehouse • Other branch support related duties including delivery driving and/or customer service as required • Complete Product Sales through counter phone and fax REQUIRED EXPERIENCE AND QUALIFICATIONS: • Completion of a high school diploma or equivalent work experience • Ability to lift up to 60lbs. on a regular basis • Possession of a valid driver’s licence (if driving required) • Proven skills in accuracy and attention to detail • Basic mathematical proficiency in order to perform basic addition and division • Ability to work in a computerized environment • Demonstrated ability to work cooperatively in a team environment • Proven ability to prioritize tasks and work within a fast-paced environment • Proven customer service skills and pleasant telephone manner • Knowledge of the handling of dangerous goods and WHMIS regulations an asset • Previous warehousing experience an asset This is a Full Time position, with a benefits plan, salary commensurate with experience. Submit resume to: Allan Rimell via email: rimella@agi.ca or Fax 250.287.9170 Posting Date: June 10, 2013 - Submission Deadline Date: June 19, 2013

HELP WANTED

REHN Enterprises Ltd. is currently seeking a Falling Supervisor/ Bullbucker to be based out of Campbell River. You will be responsible for overseeing a crew of fifteen plus handfallers. The ideal candidate will: • Be a certified Falling Supervisor/Bullbucker (or be eligible for certification) with at least 5 years falling and supervising experience, preferably supervising crews in a union environment • Have an excellent safety record including familiarity with OHS regulations • Be able to work towards production targets • Have a thorough understanding of all industry applicable rules and legislation • Understand budgets and cost accountability • Have experience in mentoring and team building • Have good analytical, organization and communication skills • Be comfortable with computerized systems REHN offers a competitive wage and benefit package. Forward resume by June 21, 2013 via: e-mail: rehnresumes@outlook.com fax: 250-286-3653 – No phone calls please. We thank all those who express interest but will only be contacting those to be interviewed.

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Western Forest Products Inc. is an integrated Canadian forest products company located on Vancouver Island that is committed to the safety of our employees, the culture of performance and the discipline to achieve results. We currently have the following openings:

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Western Forest Products Inc. is an integrated Canadian forest products company located on Vancouver Island that is committed to the safety of our employees, the culture of performance and the discipline to achieve results. Detailed job posting can be viewed at: Where Your Success Matters! 96% Employment Rate*

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WFP offers a competitive salary, a comprehensive benefit and pension package and the potential to achieve annual performance rewards. Please reply in confidence, citing Reference Code: Human Resource Department Facsimile: 1.866.840.9611 Email: resumes@westernforest.com Application Deadline: Friday, June 14, 2013 Reference Code: General Foreman – EFO As only short-listed candidates will be contacted, WFP thanks you in advance for your interest in our Company.


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HELP WANTED

HELP WANTED

H A I R S A L O N & D AY S PA

has an opening for a part time/full time hair stylist. Our location is excellent for a stylist who wishes to build a clientele. We offer an aggressive pay scale and educational opportunities. Please fax resume to 250-286-0461 or email jsuper@shaw.ca. Resumes can also be dropped off at the Salon at 986 Shoppers Row. HELP WANTED

HELP WANTED

FRIENDLY FRANK

RENUABLE RESOURCES 4001 Mid Port Rd. Fish Compost Bark Mulches Sand and Gravels We load you gently or we deliver

2 Glider chairs w/ foot stools. Solid maple. Good cond. $75 each. 250-923-7010

TOTAL GARDEN CARE Gardening, pruning, Top dressing, rubbish removal, fence building/repairs & other renovations Gabriele (250)205-0661

WE’RE ON THE WEB

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

Qualifications and Experience • Minimum of Grade 12 diploma • Experience in underground hardrock mining • Experience with operation of electric/hydraulic jumbo,6 yrd. scoops, McLean bolters and service equipment • Must possess or be qualified to obtain a B.C. underground blasting ticket Competencies • Must be physically fit and able to carry out all duties of the position • Must be able to work effectively individually and as a team member Site Specific Information • This position is part of the bargaining unit (unionized) • We offer a base hourly wage (as per the collective agreement), and a competitive underground production bonus • A comprehensive benefit package is offered • We operate on a continuous shift schedule – this position will work 4 days on/off, rotating sets of days/ nights Nyrstar Myra Falls is a complex and challenging underground hard rock mine which produces zinc, copper, lead and gold concentrates. Please submit your resume, stating the position you are applying for, with a minimum of three work related references to: Human Resources Department Nyrstar Myra Falls P.O. Box 8000 Campbell River, BC V9W 5E2 Fax: 250-287-2093 email: natalie.clark@nyrstar.com

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

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Please go to http://careers.nic.bc.ca for further criteria, required qualifications and information on how to apply to posting #100558.

HELP WANTED

Lost- May 31. Female Tortoiseshell Cat, wearing red collar.15th/Redwood Campbellton area. Out of character for her. Please call if you have seen or know anything.250914-1427

MERCHANDISE FOR SALE UNDER $100 DINING TABLE with oval glass top. 4 chairs included. As new. $100. 250-9269109

UNDER $200

FUEL/FIREWOOD

12’x50’ Trailer. Great for a work shop or storage $5000 obo + moving costs. By Discovery Harbour Marina Call Dean Drak 250-287-6844

#250-703-FIRE(3473) Est. since 2004. Custom cut, split, delivered, clean wood. Well seasoned. All Fir available.

5TH WHEEL (Highjacker Hitch) in great shape, hardly used. Asking $275 obo. Call (250)339-4356.

SEASONED FIREWOOD Vancouver Island’s largest firewood producer offers firewood legally obtained during forest restoration, large cords. Help restore your forest, Burndrywood.com 1-877-902-WOOD.

Bleached Oak Dining Room Suite with 12 upholstered chairs. Table with 2 leaves, 42”x 73.5 “, 2 x 12 leaves. 3 piece side board w/mirror and light bar 9’ long x 13” deep. In good condition. $2500. Phone 250-339-7685

DESK. Light coloured. Good shape. $30. 250-286-4290

FURNITURE *New Queen MATTRESS Set* PILLOW TOP IN PLASTIC Mfr. Warranty. Must Sell! $200 ~ (1)250-465-2485

QUEEN MATTRESSES. Pillow top. 60 days old. Demo mattress still in plastic. Delivery poss. $240. 250-202-8776

HONDA POWER WASHER 2000 PSI - $250. Cast Iron Dbl sink - $75. Rockwell Table Saw - $75. Wahl Dog Clippers - $25. Please call 250-3382650 WINE MAKING equipment. 5 carboy’s, 2 tubs, excellent condition, corker, wine filter electric. Odds & ends. $175 O.B.O. 250-897-3480

MISCELLANEOUS WANTED WANTED. SINGER Sewing machine, model 640. Please call (250)923-3279.

FREE. You Dig RASPBERRY bushes. Call (250)923-3279.

OFFICE MOVING sale. Nice office furniture, great condition: 1 reception desk & station. 1 complete desk work station. Both for $500. Call 250-287-0373.

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HELP WANTED

Join Our Team SALTWATER SITE MANAGERS MAINTENANCE MANAGER Marine Harvest Canada is currently recruiting for a variety of positions. We are currently recruiting: • • • •

Development Miners

Interior Renovations Professional Painting Drywall & Mudding Repair Finish Carpentry, Trimwork Custom Fir Kitchens, Fireplace Mantels Husband & Wife Team Free Estimates

PETS

3 AIR mats, 2 coolers, flippers and car lighter fridge, $90 for all. Call (778)420-3666 (Willow Point).

UNDER $300

No phone calls please.

Nyrstar Myra Falls is actively recruiting for:

Finishing and Renovations

PETS

YARDWORKS LAWNMOWER. New. Electric. 20inch cut w/bag. $150 250-923-8365

Responsibilities: Data entry, filing, banking, general office help, answering phones, attending client’s and general office help as needed.

HELP WANTED

HOME IMPROVEMENTS

Design House 250-204-4417 www.DesignHouseBC.com

Summer office assistant position - $12.00/hr.

HELP WANTED

MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE

PAINTING

HELP WANTED

Apply in person at the office of Gurdeep Sidhu, Notary Public 1007 Shoppers Row (in Tyee Plaza), Campbell River, B.C.

MERCHANDISE FOR SALE

EVELYN M. Interior Painting: Interior prep to completion. I always use low odour paint. Colour consulting available, free estimates. No muss,no fuss! 250-204-4417.

HELP WANTED

Must be organized, have good work ethics, handle fastpaced environment and ability to learn.

MERCHANDISE FOR SALE

HANDYPERSONS

Must be computer literate and have some bookkeeping knowledge, able to answer phones, show & sell units and work in a fast paced environment. We are looking for a team player who works well with the public. Please bring resume in person Tuesday to Saturday 8:30am to 4:30pm to Econo Ezy Box Storage, 1231 Spruce Street. No phone calls or emails please.

Monday to Friday – 10:00 am 5:00pm. Available immediately.

HOME/BUSINESS SERVICES

Not Just another Handyman! 23 yrs experience. Specializing in roofs/repairs, drywall/repair, fencing/repair,door & window replacement, framing/rot repair & dump runs. Seniors Discount. Serving C.R.- Courtenay - Sayward. RENO 250203-3315

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Closing Date: June 25th, 2013 To apply for these positions, please submit your resume and cover letter to: Lauren Dwornik, HR Coordinator Lauren.Dwornik@marineharvest.com www.marineharvestcanada.com Fax: 250-850-3275

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

Start your Health Care Career in less than a year! Study online or on campus Nursing Unit Clerk – 6 months - Work in the heart of the hospital Pharmacy Technician – 8 months - The first CCAPP accredited program in BC Medical Transcriptionist – 9 months - Work online or in hospitals Financial Aid available • PCTIA and CCAPP accredited

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• Senior Mining Engineers • Maintenance Foreman • Shovel/Drill MTC Foreman • Heavy Duty Mechanics (I.P.) • Millwrights/Plant (I.P.)

• Maintenance Planners (Coal Processing Plant & MTC) • Mining Engineers • Equipment Trainer • Drill/Blast Foreman


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REAL ESTATE

REAL ESTATE

ACREAGE

FOR SALE BY OWNER

FOR SALE BY OWNER

21/2 ACRES for sale, corner of Sandpines and Brent Road. Single wide mobile home on property. Point Holmes area. Please call: 250-339-7685 or 604-983-3424.

TOWNHOUSE FOR SALEPort McNeill. $149,000. Quick occupancy 3 bdrm, 1.5 bath. Efficient kitchen w/built-in dishwasher (included), fridge, stove (included) open into dining room and living room w/sliding glass door onto cute court yard for relaxing with a book, coffee or glass of wine. Upper floor has laundry alcove w/full sized W/D (included), storage room, master bdrm w/walk-in closet. Attach single garage w/remote control door opener. Quiet Strata complex, convenient to hospital and schools. Strata fee, $95/mo. For more info or to arrange viewing, phone 250-956-9875 after 6pm or email: windonthemoon3 @hotmail.com

APARTMENT/CONDOS 2-BEDROOM CONDO ground floor in desirable Saanichton. Open concept, electric fireplace, custom kitchen. Carpets & laminate. Ensuite laundry, small pet ok. Low strata fee. Great starter, $235,000. By appointment 1-250-652-1218

FOR SALE BY OWNER

7175 HIGHLAND Dr. Port Hardy. 2520 sq ft 4bdr home. 2 landscaped lots joined. 2dr garage. Walkout basement/suite. 250-949-8922 or www.island.net/~fishnet. Asking $336,000.

PRIME COMOX Location 524 Cormorant St. 1976 sq.ft, 3 bdrm, 2 bath, private fenced bkyrd, gardens, greenhouse & shop. Priced to sell $299,900. For viewing call 250-339-0687

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

COMOX: 3 bed 2 bath $275,000. Must See attractive well maintained home. Great location near Parks & Schools, 645 Torrence Rd. Large lot private fenced back yard. Garage & large drive for RV or boat. Studio with separate entrance. Incl 6 appliances. No agents. To view call 250-339-1117.

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114 VERMONT: Sat. June 15th. 8-12. Multi family. Household stuff. tools, floor model drill press,electric wheel chair,collectible, antiques,W/D, Toyota Echo, garden stuff.

584 HILCHEY Road, Sat. June 15, 9am-1pm. Good prices. Downsizing. Misc. items, including Xmas & more! No early birds, please.

1571 PENFIELD RD, Sat June 15, 8-12. Kitchen table, tvs, camping, house hold items, clothes, toys, books, clothing etc. 1617 PASSAGE View Drive. Sat. June 15, 9-2 1710 LYNN RD, Sat June 15, 8-3. Books, plants, barbies, clothes,toys, and lots more. 1851 WHISTLER Way. Sat. June 15. 9am-1pm. Moving Sale. Something for everyone. #24-951 HOMEWOOD RD. Shady Maples Trailer Park. Wed & Thurs. June 12/13. 3-9p.m. Fri-Sun. June 14-16. 9a.m.-2p.m. Furn., household goods, garden equip, engine stand & hoist. 2951 SPIT Rd. Sat. June 15. 8am-12pm. Lots of household items. Rain or shine. 3744 ISLAND HWY. (close to Jubilee Parkway) Sat. June 15. 8am-1pm. Round,New surprises each week.Muffins & coffee. Early Birds welcome. Fundraiser for Chikondi One Heart Angels Orphanage. www.chikondiorphanage.com 3752 S. ISLAND HWY. Sat June 15 & Sun June 16. 9-1, Pls no early birds. Tools, Furn, something for everyone. 431-A QUADRA Ave. Fri. June 14 4-7pm. Sat. June 15 8am-12. Bike carrier, vanity & mirrors, elec lights, misc tools, luggage, coveralls, die cast coll. Rain or shine.

651 MARINER Way, Sat., June 15th, 8-2pm. Multifamily sale; Furn., sporting goods, house wares, stereo equipt., small appl’s, books, and more! Something for everyone. 697 NELSON Rd. Saturday, June 15. 9am-12pm. Multi Family sale.

COZY COTTAGE on 2.14 acres a stone’s throw from the ocean. This 800sqft, 2 bedroom home was completely renovated in 2007 with new electric, plumbing, bathroom, kitchen, roof, etc. It is close to schools, a corner store, and neighbourhood pub and is only 5 kms to downtown Courtenay. The property is zoned for 2 dwellings so you could live in the cottage while building your dream home and after rent out the cottage for extra revenue. Gardener’s paradise with several heritage fruit trees, berries, grape vines and beautiful roses. The Royston area received a grant this year to put in sewer. (778)428-1159.

MUST SELL! $218,000 renovated home, 4 bdrms, 3 baths. 9450 Carnarvon Rd. 250-9497763 email: l_barton@telus.net

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

HOUSES FOR SALE

2 BDRM house. $179,000 recently renovated and has 3yr old wood stove. Both house and 20x20 out building had a new roof in 2006. Large fenced back yard with fruit trees.250-830-1559 Incredible 5 acre treed PARK-LIKE PROPERTY with Well-Maintained Furnished Home 1500 sq.ft, 3-bdrm, 2 bath. Extremely close to Pristine Cowichan Lake, in the town of Caycuse. Perfect for recreational property or full time living. Motivated seller $378,800. Exceptionally low yearly cost. Not leased land. Call 250-745-3387 smartytwo@hotmail.com PORT McNEILL. 5-BDRM Double-wide with basement, 5 bdrms, 2.5 bathrooms. View, private fenced yard. $159,900. 250-956-4009.

TOWNHOUSES

842 BIRCH St. Sat. June 15. 9am-2pm. Utility trailer, Watkins Products-clearance, misc. household, shop & craft supplies, pressure washer, books.

CENTRAL- 70 Murphy St (off 1st Ave) Sat, June 15, 9-1pm. Some vintage and antique items, brand name clothes & shoes, vintage hats and hat boxes, fabric and sewing notions, craft books and more great stuff. CENTRAL. SAT. June 15, 9am-2pm. 2-houses combining - Household items, books, games, puzzles & craft stuff. 904 Heritage Meadow Drive.

RENTALS

CAMPBELL RIVER, Sequoia Gardens – Quiet 55+ Gated Community. Great view of golf course.1330 sq.ft. patio home. 2 bed, 2 bath plus den. Bright open concept. Upgraded soundproofing. $254,500. 250-287-9159.

RENTALS APARTMENT/CONDO 1 & 2 Bdrms available at the Cedarbrook Apts. Heat & hot water included. Adult oriented. Indoor cat welcome. On-site laundry. Refs Req. Call 250914-0105 to view. www.meicorproperties.com 2 BDRM. Oceanfront Apt. 321 Island Hwy. Avail. July 15. N/P, N/S. Adult oriented. Phone 250-286-6130

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TRANSPORTATION

TRANSPORTATION

APARTMENT/CONDO

SHARED ACCOMMODATION

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CARS

2 BDRM Avail. immediately Orchard Park Apts. Secure building. Oversized suites. Large, quiet, private yard. New carpet, Indoor cat welcome. On-site laundry. References required.250-202-2187. www.meicorproperty.com 2 BDRMS- Large townhouse style apts, close to hospital, 3 schools, on site W/D. Small pets ok. $750. 250-202-0656. CAMPBELL RIVER- 2 bdrm Santa Barbara Apts. Quiet clean bldg. Close to Merecroft shopping centre. $650./mo. N/P. Call (250)923-4594. CAMPBELL RIVER- 2 bdrm Townhouse, near Rotary Beach Park. Clean, quiet. N/P. $700. June 1st (250)287-3990 LARGE 2-BDRM near Campbell River Hospital. Clean, quiet. $700. or $650 for one person. July 1. (250)287-3990. LARGE BRIGHT 2 Bdrm suites available, ocean view. Seawalk access, best deal in CR. On site laundry. On bus route. Senior discount $680$720. Call 250 286 1175. SEAVIEW MANOR, 1 & 2 BDRM Apts. Quiet, secure, includes heat & hot water onsite Manager. Call 250-2866513 or 250-204-5799. ST. ANDREWS Village. Large bright 1 & 2 Bedroom renovated apartments in quiet crime free building. Non smoking, near hospital. (250) 287-3556 Turnkey Ocnfrt. 1 Bd. Avail. immed. N/S,N/P. $1,100-1,250 /mnth. Randy 250-830-4222

SHARED FURNISHED accommodation for reliable, quiet clean person. Rockland area, private entry, W/D. Refs req’d. Cable, wifi, utils incld. Avail Now. $550. 778-420-2273

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

DUPLEXES/4PLEXES

758 NANCY GREENE Dr. Sat. June 15. 8am-1pm. MultiFamily. Furniture, china, lots of household items, clothing.

CAMPBELL RIVER: 177 Crawford Rd., Sat, June 15th, 8am-noon. Garage sale: cargo trailer, 18 speed bikes, steel entry door, fans, patio set, stereo/DVD system, phones, lamps, light fixtures, folding tables, CDs, sofa, chairs, TV, clothing, linen, office supplies & equipment, art work & prints, outdoor Xmas décor, edge trimmer & a whole lot more!

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Failure to compromise â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;an example of the worst politicsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; didnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t happen. We didnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t accept the July 6 date. It was a little disappointing to see that without consulting us.â&#x20AC;? Delorme said Klahoose staff are unavailable on July 6 and would not be able to make the meeting. He also noted that typically public hearings are held in the location of the proposed re-zoning.. To move the public hearing out of the affected area would be going against precedent, said Delorme who added that the meeting should be held in the area that will be most affected by the proposal. The marine resort is expected to be located in front of Tork Reserve in Squirrel Cove and is expected to include 69 berths and 46 single point moorings along with a fuel dock, waste pump-out facility, power and water provision, a laundry and float plane and water taxi docks covering an area of 16 hectares. More importantly, it will be an economic driver for the Klahoose. Delorme asked the board Wednesday to reconsider its prior decision and hold the public hearing at the Klahoose multi-purpose centre. Delorme assured the board that the Klahoose have â&#x20AC;&#x153;no intentions to make anyone feel perverse or uncomfortable

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A stalemate between Strathcona Regional District directors at Wednesdayâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s board meeting over where to hold a public hearing took nearly one-and-a-half hours to break. The difference of opinion between the four rural area directors (the only directors who had a vote on the issue) came down to precedent versus intimidation with directors split between the two camps. Klahoose First Nation Chief James Delorme was disappointed the board didnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t consult with the Klahoose before deciding on a July 6 public hearing date for the re-zoning of property in Squirrel Cove on Cortes Island to accommodate a proposed marina development. Delorme had requested the regional district hold the meeting in June at the Klahoose multi-purpose centre in Squirrel Cove â&#x20AC;&#x201C; traditional Klahoose territory. The board instead voted May 23, for the July 6 public hearing date and picked a neutral location on Cortes Island â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Mansonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Landing â&#x20AC;&#x201C; in response to letters from some members of public who said they would be uncomfortable speaking against the proposal while on the applicantâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s grounds. Delorme said Wednesday he was disappointed in that decision. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re very happy and very proud of our relationship with the regional district,â&#x20AC;? Delorme began. â&#x20AC;&#x153;We came to the regional district in good faith. We were supposed to have a public hearing in June in Squirrel Cove â&#x20AC;&#x201C; that

could find a compromise,â&#x20AC;? Kerr said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;This is really an example of the worst politics, to see this process. I would like to see you work out a compromise rather than banging heads, please.â&#x20AC;? The four directors left the table for a 10 minute recess. When they returned, Whalley put a proposal on the table to hold one public hearing on July 24 at 1:30 p.m. at the Gorge Hall. Abram reluctantly relaxed his stance. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Well, I donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t like it (but) itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s definitely a compromise (as opposed to the July 6 date which the Klahoose canâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t make) and Gerald (Whalley) is definitely against any other proposal,â&#x20AC;? Abram said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;I know Klahoose want it on Klahoose land. Weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re at such an impasse on this, I cannot in good conscience allow us to walk away from this table and watch this go down in flames. So letâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s do it on July 24 at the Gorge and hope and pray and beg and plead the Klahoose to join us on that date.â&#x20AC;? The b o ard vote d in favour of holding the public hearing on Wednesday, July 24 at the Gorge Hall.

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A new apartment building was approved by council Tuesday night. Council endorsed, without any hesitation, a proposed 4-unit rental apartment complex at 680 2nd Avenue. The site is hidden away from the street, and tucked in behind residential homes along McPhedran Road to the west and behind the Dogwood Street commercial plaza to the east. The apartment building would be located behind Fusilli Grill and neighbouring businesses. The building itself would not be built along the road but the complex would be accessed via a strip of land that stretches from 2nd Avenue into the apartment complex and which would be used as

a driveway and a walkway. “The applicant has revised the scheme to show a clearlydelineated pedestrian walkway connecting the sidewalk to the closest part of the main building, which then links to the front door,” said Chris Osborne, the city’s planner. “This same walkway would be used to access an ancillary storage locker building and garbage/ recycling enclosure.” Osborne noted the building would be surrounded by a large expanse of parking, but the applicant, Ben Kunz, on behalf of Tri Shur Holdings Ltd., has made considerable efforts to break up the parking areas with pods of landscaping. Coun. Ron Kerr was happy to see Kunz get involved in another project in Campbell River. “It’s good to see Ben doing

another project,” Kerr said. “He’s done some of the best projects in Campbell River that I’m familiar with.” Kerr was also impressed that Kunz took on a project on a difficult piece of land. “The project is land-locked – I applaud you for taking a property like that and doing a project,” Kerr added. While the apartment building itself will not be readily visible from the street, the entranceway on 2nd Avenue will be. Osborne said the applicant is proposing to landscape that area with Japanese maples, and to line both sides of the driveway/sidewalk with mountain ash trees. “The overall effect of landscaping in the wide panhandle would be to create a sense of entry and effectively screen parking and buildings,” Osborne said.

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