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Surplus, what surplus, says board chair Most of the extra money is expected to go to CUPE raises Paul Paul Rudan Rudan

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It It looks looks like like aa lot lot of of money money on on paper. paper. The The reality reality though though for for Campbell Campbell River River School School District District 72 72 is is it’s it’s still still operating operating aa tight tight budget budget in in spite spite of of aa $1.3 $1.3 million million operating operating surplus. surplus. The The surplus surplus funds funds were were highhighlighted lighted at at the the Sept. Sept. 24 24 board board meetmeeting ing by by accountant accountant Brad Brad Piercy Piercy who who presented presented the the annual annual financial financial statestatements ments for for the the year year ending ending June June 30, 30, 2013. 2013. According According to to Piercy, Piercy, the the surplus surplus was was due due to to wage wage savings, savings, increased increased revenues revenues of of $260,000, $260,000, under-spent under-spent budget budget appropriations, appropriations, and and addiadditional tional savings savings due due to to under-spendunder-spending ing in in supplies. supplies. However, However, board board chair chair Michele Michele Babchuk has difficulty Babchuk has difficulty looking looking at at the the $1.3 $1.3 million million as as “surplus. “surplus.”” Out Out of of this this amount, amount, $737,000 $737,000 is is for for planned planned spending spending and and sits sits in in reserve reserve while while the the remaining remaining $616,00 $616,00 was was put put into into an an unrestricted unrestricted reserve. reserve.

What What that that really really means, means, said said BabBabchuk, is the money will be chuk, is the money will be used used to to pay pay for for the the wage wage increase increase the the proprovincial vincial bargaining bargaining team team agreed agreed to to with with the the Canadian Canadian Union Union of of Public Public Employees Employees (CUPE) (CUPE) which which reprerepresents sents educational educational support support workers. workers. Under Under aa tentative tentative three-year three-year agreeagreement, ment, which which would would expire expire in in May May 2014, 2014, CUPE CUPE members members will will receive receive aa wage wage increase increase amounting amounting to to 3.5 3.5 per per cent. cent. The The trouble trouble is, is, said said Babchuk, Babchuk, is is the the province province is is making making each each school school district district come come up up with with the the cash. cash. “CUPE members deserve “CUPE members deserve aa raise, raise,”” said said Babchuk. Babchuk. “(But) “(But) this this is is aa bit bit of of aa blow blow to to us. us. That That $616,000 $616,000 is is going going to to disappear. disappear.”” The The school school district district is is also also hushustling tling to to meet meet the the Oct. Oct. 15 15 deadline, deadline, imposed imposed by by the the province, province, to to show show how how the the board board will will pay pay for for the the wage wage increase. increase. “It’s “It’s aa tight tight timeframe timeframe and and there’s there’s aa lot lot of of rules rules and and regulations, regulations,”” she she added. added. The The board board also also has has another another $1 $1

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School board will go online to engage public This fall School District 72 will be consulting with the community to develop the district’s second Strategic Plan. The Strategic Plan serves as the district’s roadmap to providing

the best educational experience for students. It is used to focus the Board of Education’s decision making and pull schools and district staff together around a single game plan.

 “We are committed to reaching out to parents and our community to gather ideas that will expand opportunities for our students. Our last Strategic Plan set a positive direction for the

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 Later in October, the district will host a learning forum with invited community representatives to gather information about community conditions and to better understand the community’s educational goals and needs. Students will also be given the opportunity to provide their input through ThoughtStream at a series of student meetings with representatives from each school level.   “Combining face-toface meetings with an online engagement process, allows us to give all interested individuals an opportunity to meaningfully contribute to this conversation about the future of education in our district,” says Superintendent Tom Longridge. “This next Strategic Plan will guide the district for the next five years.”   Strategic planning is used to help an organization do a better job – to focus its energy, ensure that members of the organization are working toward the same goals, and to assess and adjust the organization’s direction in response to its environment.   School District 72’s first Strategic Plan was centred on three areas of focus: success for all learners, enhanced community connections, and an expanded and purposeful environmental ethic.

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Director Brenda Leigh has agreed to move forward with increasing water rates for Area D after holding out for a better rate. Strathcona Regional District staff said rates need to go up 21 per cent over 2012 rates in order to meet the regional district’s 2013 budget projection of $351,721 in user rate revenues. At last Thursday board meeting, Leigh said she would support the move in order to ensure her constituents are not hit with a deficit come December 31 – the last day water bills can be paid without incurring interest charges. “At the moment I’m in favour of this…to protect my people from a potential deficit,” Leigh said. “I’m hoping that we’ll end up with a surplus.” The regional district has been negotiating with Area D’s water supplier, the city of Campbell River, for almost two years on a new contract. The city, which supplies bulk water to the northern portion of Area D (Crawford

Road area), upped its rate from $0.40 per cubic metre to $0.80 per cubic metre once the water supply agreement expired in May 2012. The new rate was effective as of January 1, 2013 but Leigh has been fighting for a better rate; at a board meeting in July, Leigh convinced the board to hold off on making a decision until after August 1. “It’s quite an unfair situation and we’re trying to get it fair,” Leigh said. “The rate in 2012 was $232 per household, in 2013 the rate is up to $260, which is a $28 increase on the inch, not including the rates paid through taxes which is 100 per cent more. Area D is presented with a 121 per cent increase, which we’re trying to negotiate downward.” Leigh has reached out to B.C. Minister of Community, Sport and Cultural Development Coralee Oakes for help and said she is “very supportive” of a fair solution. The city maintains that its water rate is fair and the increase will bring Area D customers in line with the city’s fee structure for all water users outside city boundaries. The city’s rates are

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Forests, fibre and solid partnerships will provide for an excellent future, says Klahoose Chief James Delorme. The elected leader of the Cortes Island-based First Nation was still in a celebratory mood Monday following Friday’s announcement of a new community forest tenure for the island by the Ministry of Forests, Lands and Natural Resources. “The prospects are good…it’s a resource we have to manage properly because it provides for the future of our people and the people of this community,” said Chief Delorme. The Cortes Forestry General Partnership, a collaboration between the community and the Klahoose, is now responsible for more than 3,700 hectares of Crown land in various forests around the island. In addition to the economic opportunities, it gives Cortes Islanders the ability to manage some local forestry. Last November, islanders protested and blocked road access to forest land owned by Island Timberlands due to concerns of over-logging and longterm damage to sensitive ecosystems. Now, the community

forest group has the chance to develop and demonstrate sustainable logging practices. “We now have the great opportunity and the challenge of developing a Community Forest Operating Plan that will reflect the expectations of the broader island community,” said Bruce Ellingsen, a community forest advocate. “I trust it will create millennial benefits for the island, and beyond, and will mirror the success of the traditional First Nations’ approach to managing resources within their territory.”

David and Goliath The Klahoose already operate a community forest licence in the traditional territory it holds in the Toba Valley on the mainland. How the band acquired the tenure is a modernday David and Goliath story. In 1988, the band of about 300 people put a stop to private, clearcut logging in the Toba Inlet, by blocking off the access road through Klahoose territory leading to the log dump. The standoff continued for two decades until Hayes Forest Service, on the verge of bankruptcy, intended to “sell” back Tree Farm Licence 10,

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Members of the Klahoose First Nation work at a mainland logging site, managed under its community forest licence. The band now has a new licence which it is sharing in partnership with the community.

but still retain the logging rights. The company was working on the deal along with the Ministry of Forests office in Powell River when the Klahoose stepped in. They took their case to B.C. Supreme Court where Justice Christopher Grauer ruled the district forestry manager in Powell River failed to properly consult with the band. The standoff finally ended in 2009 when the province gave the Klahoose $2.1 million towards the $3.75 million purchase price of the licence. In return, the

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Toddlertime Vancouver Island Regional Library 10:30-11am. Register at the library, call 250-287-3655 or just drop in! C.R. Healing Room 11a.m.-1p.m. 684 Isl. Hwy 250-923-2312 Taking Off Pounds Sensibly – TOPS BC #3671 1441 Ironwood Street Weigh-In 8:30 to 9:35 am Meeting 9:50 to 11:00am Lost Families Found 7-9p.m. CR Genealogy Society Library hours. Help avail. Maritime Museum. Janice: 250-203-0585 Campbell River Library Hours: 10am-8pm Texas Hold’Em: Willows Neighborhood Pub. 250923-8311 Open Mic: 6-9p.m. Serious Coffee. 250-9231312 Seniors Golf 65yrs+ Rainbow’s End Golf Course, Sayward. 9 Holes $10. 250282-3222 Crib: CR Legion. Reg. 6:30pm, Game 7pm. 250286-6831 Pool & Darts: Eagles Lounge 250-287-4990 Weight Watchers Mtg: Quadra Community Centre, 6-7pm. Archery Range Open Fish & Wildlife 6:30-8pm. FMI 250-923-1838. http:// www.crfw.net

tueSdayS Discovery Toastmasters 12-1:00p.m.Community Centre-Rm 1. Contact Lorraine: 250-286-4273 Campbell River Library Hours: 10am-8pm CR Art Gallery hours: 12-5pm. crartgallery.ca Lost Families Found: 10a.m.-3p.m. CR Genealogy Society Library hours. Help avail. Maritime Museum. 250-203-0585

Weight Watchers Mtg: Maritime Heritage Museum. 11:30am & 6:30pm Al-Anon on Quadra 7-8p.m. 972 West Road Quadra Island Children’s Centre

OPT(Options for Sexual Health Drop In Clinic 7-9pm. At the Health Unit in Tyee Plaza. 250830-7603. Education & Information Low cost birth control. All ages welcome. Drop-In Meditation-All Levels 7-8p.m. Ocean Resort, 4384 Island Hwy. Lucas@oceanresort.ca. 250792-3165 TOPS #BC 4935 Bethany Lutheran Church. Weigh-In between 7:45am-8:50am. Meeting 9:05 to 10:00am. Campbell River Newcomer’s Meeting. 7pm. Ironwood Centre, 1351 Ironwood St. Social group for women new to the area. Sandy 250-923-7471. 1st Tues. of the month. Acoustic Jam CR Lodge, 7pm. 250-287-7446 Weight Watchers Mtg: Maritime Heritage Ctr, 11am & 6pm, 250-286-3161

wedneSdayS Sing For Pure Joy! 6:30-8pm. The Lions Den (across from Thrifty’s). All voices welcome. Mary 250285-3764 1441 Ironwood Rd. Preschool Storytime Vancouver Island Regional Library 10:30-11am. Register at the library, call 250-2873655 or just drop in. Campbell River Library Hours: 10am-8pm CR Toastmasters 7-8:30pm. Community Centre, Rm 1. Chris: 9234162. chriskoz@shaw.ca

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Midnight Shuttles, guild of spinners and weavers 7:30-9:30pm.Sybil Andrews House, 2131 S. Island Hwy. 1st Thurs of the month. Edith: 250-923-3889 or stewarte@uniserve.com. All welcome.

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Archery Range Open. Al-Anon 12-1pm St. Fish & Wildlife 6:30Patrick’s Church, 34 S Alder 8pm. FMI 250-923-1838. St. Barb: 250-923-5537 or http://www.crfw.net Judy: 250-923-1653 Open Mic Nite: Serious Coffee 7-10pm. 923-1312

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A brand-new 80-stall parking lot and new access point to Elk Falls should be open around the end of October. The trail and parking area are part of site preparation works necessary for BC Hydro’s nearly $1 billion rebuild of the John Hart Generating Station. During construction, the existing road to Elk Falls will be closed and the public will instead use the new parking lot created off Woodstave Road. “Brewster Lake Road across the John Hart Dam will be closed for up to three years and it may be all at once or in various durations that add up to no more than three years,” said Stephen Watson, spokesperson for BC Hydro. “The public access into Elk Falls then needs to be moved and, in collaboration with BC Parks and in discussion with Rotary, the new access road, 80-spot parking lot and trail into

the park will become the permanent entry once the John Hart project is finished.” The parking lot will feature a new interpretive centre, free of charge, that will remain in place until 2018. “It will have wall panels and an interactive touch screen to illustrate the past, present and future of the John Hart facilities, as well as the people side of the story,” Watson said. “The facility may open around the end of October and is tentatively planned to be open two days a week.” Watson said BC Hydro is offering to donate the 14x40-foot building to museum around the end of 2018. With that in mind, the facility will be painted to match the look of the museum. The John Hart project is also benefitting the community in other ways. The new parking lot and trail will make the Rotary Club’s proposed suspension bridge over Elk Falls canyon possible. “There is very limited

parking at Elk Falls and the available existing parking issue was a barrier to the bridge hap-

pening,” Watson said. “Now that they have 80 parking spots – much higher than exists now –

it is enough to handle the public trips to see it. The parking lot has a number of RV parking spots and

demolition waste fees rose from $90 per metric tonne to $100 per metric tonne this year. That increase was to offset operational costs at not only the Campbell River and Cumberland waste management centres, but also the Tahsis and Zeballos landfills, the Gold River transfer station and landfill as well as the Cortes and Hornby Island transfer stations.

The increase will go towards capital projects such as gas collection, leachate collection, storm water facilities and for closure plans for existing dumps, including Campbell River’s. A transfer station is currently handling waste at the landfill, which is nearly full. The closure process is expected to take at least five years. The landfill could, however, be expanded

down the road to the northeast which would allow for 40-50 more years of use. Todd Baker, an engineer with consulting group AECOM which worked on the region’s solid waste plan, told city council last year that if the facility were to expand it would require upgrades to be in compliance with Ministry of Environment’s criteria. Improvements would

have to include an engineered system for leachate treatment, landfill gas management and a membrane that would cover the landfill to ensure no air or water escapes from the site. The tipping fee increase is also being targeted as “diversion incentives to help preserve landfill capacity for the future and are consistent with the solid waste management plan.”

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This new 80-stall parking lot, with interpretive centre at the front of the lot, will be the new parking area for Elk Falls. The parking lot and new access trail to the park are expected to open at the end of October.

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For the second straight year, dumping fees at the Campbell River landfill are going up. Effective Jan. 1, 2014 tipping fees at the dump will increase by $10 per metric tonne in order to help pay for capital improvements taken on by the Comox Strathcona Waste Management Service as well as long-term care costs of all the waste centres within the region. Tom Boatman, the manager of solid waste services, said the fees were approved by the solid waste board in June. “The board approved an increase for municipal solid waste from $90 per metric tonne to $100 per metric tonne and construction and demolition waste from $100 per metric tonne to $110 per metric tonne,” Boatman said. “Area residents dropping off loads weighing not more than 60 kilograms will still be charged the $4 minimum.” The rate hike builds on top of a similar tipping fee increase this year from $80 per metric tonne in 2012 to $90 per metric tonne in 2013. Construction and

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two bus parking spots.” Hydro has also offered the Rotary a key piece of the puzzle the club needs to get started on the project. The utility recently provided Rotary with geotechnical informa-

tion from Hydro’s investigative reviews which will provide the bridge’s designer with the necessary insight as to what the rock is like for anchoring the bridge on either end of the canyon. Construction on the John Hart project could start by the end of the year. BC Hydro recently received technical and financial bids from competing teams which it is currently reviewing. The preferred general contractor is expected to be announced later this fall and Hydro hopes to sign the contract by the end of the year to begin construction mobilization. Recent construction activity: n The existing access road to John Hart will be moved and modified for vehicle safety n Station View Trail opened last month. n Single-lane Surge Tower Road to be replaced with a two-lane road for construction access n John Hart staff moving to Campbell River Common mall during five-year construction period. About 50 John Hart staff will be temporarily re-located to the mall this fall.

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Longer municipal terms warranted

A number of interesting motions and discussions arose from last week’s annual Union of B.C. Municipalities convention, including a proposal calling for extending terms of office for mayors and city councillors from three years to four. Bring it on. Anyone who has regularly We say: Move watched municipal politicians in action would save costs or has served on such a board knows the avalanche of information the and increase newest members must absorb. effectiveness On top of learning the history of past decisions and choices to create the proper context for making good decisions, rookies must try to memorize the process and learn how best to work

within those confines to be the most effective. In our estimation, it takes between one and two years minimum for an elected official to reasonably understand how to do the job. Therefore, this only leaves about one year of a three-year term where they’re sufficiently proficient to best represent the people who put them into office. Extending a term by another year will give residents better bang for their tax buck, reduce election costs and council turnover, and put municipalities in sync with provincial elections. This timing would aid in limiting the costs some municipalities have had to accrue once a current mayor or councillor wins a provincial election, which, obviously, triggers costly byelections, such as the one about to happen in Coquitlam to the tune of

around $140,000. The proposal passed with a 60 per cent approval rate, with one rural delegate stating the idea came from “professional politicians” in the Lower Mainland, where pay is higher.While that may be true, it doesn’t change the fact that this is an idea whose time may have come and it should be pushed forwarded as soon as possible. And it’s not as though there isn’t precedent for this in Canada. If such a plan is enacted, B.C. would fall in step with every other province except for the Yukon, Northwest Territories and Nunavut. Overall, we would be better served by having longer terms, both in terms of effectiveness of politicians and money saved by having fewer elections. – Black Press

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Parks are for kids

I was compelled to reply to the letter in the Campbell River Mirror Sept. 27, 2013. There is no one who would not want the park kept in tip top shape, the upgrade is and has never been the issue here. Play equipment for children is. On one hand Shayla Adams identifies herself as a “parent” and that this upgrade is just what the park needs. She furthers states that this upgrade would be a draw for “tourists.” She does not explain to me how this upgrade will help her “parent.” Does her child play there regularly? Does that child think the design is a good one? Do rocks and gravel bring out the fun in her child? On the other hand a mother identified only by initials RW, also identifies herself as a “parent., that this upgrade has had a devastating effect on her five-year-old child, with her bursting into tears for the loss of her beloved play equipment. Where is she to take her child to play now? As a member of this neighbourhood for the past 35 years, I have seen many upgrades at the park, but the concept that parks are for kids seems to be lost on the town. This park has always been heavily used by all members of this community, so you are correct Shayla in that it is not “just a Continued on Pg. 9

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Universal healthcare is America’s new red scare

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Some of our neighbours to the south did everything they could this week to prevent the great republic from being tainted by universal health care. They forced the closure of parts of the American government, starting with the operation of the national parks. Ha, ha. “America’s greatest idea” will pay the price for those who would tarnish the braintrust of freedom with socialist notions from the north. Extend medical benefits to everybody! Indeed. From my cold, dead fingers. If you can’t afford medical benefits, then... well...die. What is it about universal health care that scares politically conservative Americans? Is it such a bad thing? I mean we’re not talking about allowing, well, I don’t even want to say what unsa-

vory behaviours we could draw disturbing comparisons with. As I understand it...actually, I don’t understand it but if I follow the “logic,” the issue goes something like this. Conservative Republicans – as opposed to, like, regular Republicans, I guess – want to stop President Barrack Obama from introducing a medicare bill so badly, that they’ll hold the operation of the U.S. government for ransom. Drop the healthcare provisions of the budget or the Republicans will shut down major portions of the federal government by refusing to pass the budget bill. Only in America. The Republicans have agreed (amongst themselves) to a plan that would fund government operations in return for delaying the healthcare provisions for

a year. The president doesn’t want to do this because health care reform is a major component of his legislative plan, a plan which the election campaign was partly fought on. You know, the election that the Republicans lost. It’s not just in Campbell River where the losers of an election think they still have the right to dictate how the city should be run. So, the Republicans are willing to shut down non-essential services (like national parks because, you know, some people think national parks aren’t essential) in order to prevent healthcare reform. Okay, I get it that universal health care is expensive. But whenever you discuss government spending in the U.S., you can always fall back on that dependable old saw, “If the U.S. government just

gave health care (or insert any program) a portion of the money it spends on the military...” It’s not the sustainability debate that puzzles me, it’s the vehemence with which opponents in the U.S. view health care. It’s the red scare of the 21st Century, which, of course, has been raging since, well, the red scare. It’s an ideological issue. Why do healthcare opponents not want to offer health services to all or most of its citizens who can’t afford it? Why is that such a bad thing? Of course, the fear for Canadians about Republican antics is that our Conservatives start to get funny ideas. Luckily of course, we don’t have to shut down the federal government to get our way, the prime minister just has to prorogue Parliament.


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neighborhood park.” But you will not be seeing the “parents” of young children stopping there anymore, except maybe in the summer months, when the pool is open, as long as the tourists say it is ok of course. Thank you, Mayor Jakeway for trying to speak for the kids. And Claire Moglove your “let them eat cake” attitude to concerns about proper play equipment will not go unnoticed. Linda Booth Campbell River

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Science loses ground to superstition

From Stockholm to Sydney to Sicamous, September was a bad month for science. In Sweden, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change finally issued its widely leaked update on human-caused global warming. As expected, it downgraded predictions of temperature rise in the face of 15 years of measurements that show little or no average surface temperature increase. The official spin also went as expected. The revelation that more than a dozen computer prediction models have all more or less agreed, and all have been wrong, was played down. The IPCC went from “very

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likely” to “extremely likely” to affirm its belief in human-caused warming, even as its own core evidence went the other way. Again and again we are told that the vast majority of scientists believe in human-caused warming, and those who don’t are labeled “skeptics” or even “deniers” with hidden agendas. The problem is, science isn’t supposed to be done by polls or popularity contests, or assertions of faith like those that greeted Galileo’s wild claim that Earth is not the centre of the solar system. Before the angry mail starts to arrive, let me hasten to add I am not arguing for or against the

theory of human-caused regarding his CBCclimate change. You can funded attacks on Canalabel me a “skeptic” as da’s oil and gas industry, I view the temperature Suzuki is not only behind readings and the shift- on his homework, he ing theories resorts to advanced to cheap, sensaexplain them. tional tricks Speaking of to exaggerate temp erature and misrepredata, David sent hazards. Suzu k i had His tactics are a problem identical to the with that at U.S.-financed a T V town environment hall in Ausgroups that Tom Fletcher tralia. Polite, obsessively B.C. Views well-informed target Canaquestions soon revealed dian petroleum. that while Suzuki rails As for his appearance constantly about the hor- on Australia’s public rors of global warming, broadcaster, don’t take he doesn’t actually know my word for it. Just much about the latest Google “An Audience science. with David Suzuki” and As I’ve written before watch the show for your-

self. Back in B.C., local politicians gathered in Vancouver for their annual convention. One of the most intense debates was over a call to the provincial government to declare B.C. “genetic engineering free.” The heart of this movement, which has resorted to vandalism in Europe, is hostility towards Monsanto’s “Roundup ready” seed. Speakers at the municipal convention warned of sinister “corporations” trying to contaminate and control our food supply for profit. The debate pitted hobby farmers against professionals. Peace region grain farmers said such a ban would

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City’s first lady of film joins Emmy-winning producer Campbell River movie-biz guru Joan Miller will be one of the guest speakers at the 7th annual Vancouver Island Economic Summit. Since the early 1990s, Miller has worked tirelessly, mostly behind the scenes, to bring the producers of movies, commercials and other features to the region and, since

2001, she’s been the Vancouver Island North Film Commissioner. Miller will join a panel, which includes Emmy-winning producer Don Enright, for the Summit’s session entitled: Lights! Camera! Now what? - The Island’s Future in the Business of Digital Arts. “Love it or hate it – and,

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Pool playing seniors have lined up a new place to hone their skills. A group from the Campbell River Seniors’ Centre is teaming up with the Eagles Club to shoot some stick. The seniors have been without their pool tables since their centre was relocated from the Campbell River Common mall to their temporary home at Radiant Life Church. But that all changed when the Eagles stepped up to fill the void. “Three seniors have now taken out Eagles memberships,” said Bruno Fornika, the chair of the Seniors Society’s building committee. “This will allow each of them to bring in a maximum of six guests to play pool in

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Karl Ebdrup (Back row from left), Ben Coyle, Shawn Edwards, Henry Albrecht of Steve Marshall Ford present Greg Hill, executive director of the Campbell River and District Association for Community Living (back row, far right) with a cheque for $2,560 which will be turned over to the band Inclusion. Inclusion members pictured, from row from left, are: John Hollywood, Andrew Wilkes, Dwayne Bryant and Justin Fong. The money was raised through the Ford Drive 4UR Community event on Aug. 10 by Ford donating $20 for each of the 128 public test drives of Ford vehicles parked in the Wal-Mart parking lot. The money will be going to Inclusion, which is made up of clients of the Association for Community Living.

Health workers turn off lights at night Island Health is celebrating the energy saving efforts of its staff across the region who earned the organization a first place ranking in BC Hydro’s Top Ten Power Smart Partners for 2013. Island Health, formerly known as the Vancouver Island Health Authority, saved 520,275 kilowatts (kWh) – enough energy to power nearly 48 households for a year. The savings were achieved from April 1, 2012 to Aug. 31, 2013. “Congratulations to all Island Health staff for

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lative energy savings of 12,394,000 kWh of electricity – enough to power 1,239 homes, or a total savings of $2,758,282. “It’s no easy task saving energy in an organization like ours which runs 24/7, serves more than 765,000 people, and supports over 18,000 health care professionals and volunteers at over 150 facilities across our region,” said Joe Murphy, Island Health Vice-Pres-

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Family Literacy, Family Literacy and Timeless Treasures. For the school year 2012-2013, the association helped 198 learners with the assistance of 106 volunteer tutors. They rely tremendously on community volunteers to assist with learners meeting their literacy goals. All of their programs are learner centered and based on a oneon-one tutoring model, which means they tailor theirprograms to fit the literacy needs of each individual. Learners are paired up with their own volunteer tutor who works one on one with them. There is no cost for any of the programs. “It is important to recognize that knowing how

to read and write impacts our everyday life. Nearly half of all Canadians struggle with some part of Literacy. When some of our learners come to us, they are not able to read such things as bus schedules, street signs or many other things that we take for granted,” says Sherry Bujold, Adult Literacy Program Coordinator. To find out more about the Campbell River Literacy Association’s services, visit www.literacyforall.ca, check them out on Facebook at Campbell River Literacy Association or drop by the office Monday – Thursday at A121A – 740 Robron Road, Campbell River between 8:30 a.m. and 3 p.m.

viha 3x7.5 NORTH ISLAND HOSPITALS PROJECT COMMUNITY INFORMATION SESSION Island Health (the Vancouver Island Health Authority) is hosting another community information session for the North Island Hospitals Project. This meeting will include information about the ongoing site preparation work making way for the new $266 million, 95-bed Campbell River Hospital at the existing hospital site. We invite you to attend this information session to find out more about how the North Island Hospitals Project will support you and your family’s health care needs when these new state-of-the-art acute care facilities open in 2017. The event takes place as follows: Tuesday, October 22nd, 2013 7:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m. Thunderbird Hall 1420 Weiwaikum Road Campbell River, BC The meeting will start with a presentation, followed by a question-and-answer session. Island Health and the North Island Hospitals Project team will be on hand to answer questions and gather input. The North Island Hospitals Project would like to thank the Wei Wai Kum First Nation for the use of Thunderbird Hall for this important public meeting. For more information on the North Island Hospitals Project visit the Island Health website at: www.viha.ca


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Feast your eyes on four full weeks of fantastic fun, freebies, special prices and giveaways

Sunrise Farms

Fresh Chicken Breasts Bagged, 6.59 per kg

September 30 - October 27, 2013

Over

BC Raised Poultry

$12,500

in OctoberFeast grocery prizes to be won

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Deli

Canadian Shredded Parmesan

2

49 per 100gr

2

99

All daily instant winners are autmatically entered to win the Grand Prize Earthbound Farm

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Organic Salad 5oz Clamshell

Week 1 Feast Sept 30 - Oct 6

Grade A Frozen 5-7kg Q-Bird Turkey 1 winner everyday in each store

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4

5lb box

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for

6

4

Creamery Style Ice Cream 1.66lt

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99 each

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Sunrise Farms

Fresh Boneless Skinless Chicken Thighs

Outside Round Oven Roast Family Pack, 8.80 per kg Fres

99

Bee

lb

PER

lb

Maple Lodge

Fresh Pork Back Ribs

Chicken Bacon

11.00 per kg

Outside Round Marinating Steak

Family Pack 8.80 per kg

375gr

400gr, Each

10,000

Q

Campbell’s 540ml

points

Wong Wing Won Ton Soup 426ml

3000 McCain Potato Patties 1.3kg

3500 Chapmanʼs No Sugar Added Ice Cream Cones, Bars or Sandwiches 6x75-120ml

Kraft

Shake ’n Bake Coating Mix 113-192gr

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4 99 Jell-O

4x99gr

for

Island Farms

Vanilla Plus Yogurt 12x100gr

5

Kraft

Kraft Dinner Macaroni & Cheese

99

200gr

3000

Fantastik All Purpose Cleaner 650ml-1lt

3000

5

3$ for

4 $5 for

Island Farms

5

4$ for

Victoria Style Cream Cheese 1kg

6

99

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3000

5

2$

¢

Stove Top Stuffing

Offer is in effect August 19 - 25, 2013

3x8gr

Offer is in effect September 30 October 6 , 2013

650gr

Pudding or Kool-Aid Works Out To $100 Each Snack Pak 250ml

Bakipan Fast Rising Yeast

1

Yogurt

120gr

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lb

Island Farms

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Salad Dressing

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Fresh Center Cut Boneless Pork Loin Chops

Australian Fresh Strip Loin Grilling Steak

Package of 4

Family Pack, 8.80 per kg

Package of 4x7oz.

3

$

99

Maple Leaf

Top Dogs Wieners 375-500gr

Maple Leaf

Olymel

Bacon

Belmont Meats

Homestyle Burgers

2 $5

10

Each

per lb

852gr

99

650gr

for

Johnsonville

Butterball

Lean Turkey Burgers

852gr

99 9 each

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7

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Dare

Island Pride

Gourmet Beef Burgers 1.13kg, Each

10,000

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points

bonus

325-350gr

4

2$ for

Dare

Bear Paws 189-300gr

5

2$ for

Pepsi, Crush, Dr. Pepper or Schweppes Ginger Ale

99 5

20-24x355ml

Plus Applicable Fees

each

Bonus Q-Points

MEALS SIMPLE!

Q F - M AKI N G

Ultimate Cookies

99

each

Purchase one of the prepared theme bags and place it in the store’s food bank bin!

Some Restrictions Apply. Cannot be combined with any other offer.

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500gr

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Brats & Italiano Sausages

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Chicken Wings

375-500gr

Jell-O Cooked Pudding

Dr. Oetker

Ristorante Thin Crust Pizza 325-390gr

Swanson

3

Hearty Bowls

99

Swanson

Skillet Meals 595-652gr

Cheemo

Perogies 907gr

325-350gr

3

99

Swanson

Hungry-Man Dinner 360-455gr

135-170gr

1000 Dole Fruit Selected, 540ml

5000 Royal City Whole Strawberries In Light Syrup, 398ml

3500 Knox Gelatine 28gr

2

99

5 2

2$ for

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3500 Billy Bee Pure Natural Liquid Honey 375gr

5000


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Paradise Island

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9

approx. 800gr

99

Bassili’s Best

Meat Lasagna with 3 Cheeses

5

Shredded Cheese 170gr

Knorr

99

4’s

Primo

5

Mozzarella Part Skim Cheese

3

99

Sockeye Salmon Wild Red Pacific, 213gr

Kraft

3

2

99

336gr

5 4

99

2$ for

Dempster’s

Parkay

Whole Grains Bread

Soft Margarine 850gr

Black Diamond

Cheese Slices

Flour

Sweetened Condensed Milk or Chocolate Sauce

170gr

99

5

Eagle Brand

600gr

10kg

9

1kg

2

99

100% Pure Juice

2$ for

4 Kraft

Peanut Butter

3

3

99

E.D. Smith

Selected, 1lt

99 3$ 5

Sugar

¢

Selected, 1kg

2$ for

Baker’s

Hershey’s

250gr

170-225gr

200-350gr

Chocolate Squares

5

5

2$ for

Quaker

100% Fruit Smoothie

Perform Thirst Quencher

Dipps or Chewy Granola Bars

450ml

6x591ml

Chipits

5

Plus Applicable Fees

Naked

Gatorade

Selected, 156-187gr

300ml

2$ for

4

2$ for

5 2

99

2$ for

7

2$ for

7 2

3

99

2$

99

for

Plus Applicable Fees

Plus Applicable Fees

100% Juice

500ml

99

99 Sunrype

Triple Fruits Spread

Rogers

Fry’s

Premium Cocoa

Tropicana

Selected, 1.75lt

Rogers

Oats

9

470-600gr

1kg

Robin Hood

1.75lt

Buy any 3 participating Quaker products and get a FREE Tropicana 100% Juice

Harvest Crunch Granola Cereal

Instant Oatmeal

or

99

Quaker

Quaker

288-430gr

500gr

525-540ml

Medium Roast, 915-930gr

5

for

890ml

99

Coffee

2$

YOUR FALL BAKING HEADQUARTERS

Cheestrings

3$

5

2$

Tropicana Trop 50 Orange Juice

Nabob Coffee Company

375-455gr

250gr

for

Tropicana 100% Juice

Selected 1.75lt

Life or Corn Bran Cereal

Miracle Whip or Mayo

Clover Leaf

Tropicana Orange Juice Quaker

Cream Cheese Product

2$ for

Black Diamond

Ready To Serve Soup

5

4$

4 for

Chunk or Flaked Light Tuna in Water

175-250gr

Paradise Island

99

¢

Gold Seal

Crispbread or Crackers

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September 30 - October 6, 2013

Lactantia

340gr

1.5kg

Lipton Cup A Soup

for

for

5

Buy any 3 participating Quaker products and get a FREE Tropicana 100% Juice

Ryvita

5 454gr

2$

Paradise Island

99

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Use your Q-Card when you purchase any Unico, Gallo or Safflo product, and you are automatically entered to win a Lagostina Ticino Multi Cooker! One prize per QF store, Approx. value $150. Offer in effect Sept. 30 - Oct. 6, 2013.

Unico

Vegetable Oil

Olive Oil 500ml

3lt

4

99

Fillets of Anchovies In Extra Virgin Olive Oil, 50gr

Unico

Pitted or Sliced Ripe Black Olives

Marinated Artichoke Hearts

375ml

170ml

3

99

3$ for

5

4$ for

5

3$ for

WIN

This Set

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Unico

Beans, Chick Peas or Lentils

Stuffed Manzanilla Olives

Unico

Unico

796ml

Selected, 250-500gr

Unico

Pasta

Specialty Pasta

Tomatoes

700-900gr

540ml

375ml

3$ for

5

4$ for

Stouffer’s

5

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5

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Lasagna or Spaghetti & Meat Sauce

Cheddar or Mozzarella Cheese

9

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99

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Meat Lasagna with 3 Cheeses

5

Shredded Cheese 170gr

Knorr

99

4’s

Primo

5

Mozzarella Part Skim Cheese

3

99

Sockeye Salmon Wild Red Pacific, 213gr

Kraft

3

2

99

336gr

5 4

99

2$ for

Dempster’s

Parkay

Whole Grains Bread

Soft Margarine 850gr

Black Diamond

Cheese Slices

Flour

Sweetened Condensed Milk or Chocolate Sauce

170gr

99

5

Eagle Brand

600gr

10kg

9

1kg

2

99

100% Pure Juice

2$ for

4 Kraft

Peanut Butter

3

3

99

E.D. Smith

Selected, 1lt

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Sugar

¢

Selected, 1kg

2$ for

Baker’s

Hershey’s

250gr

170-225gr

200-350gr

Chocolate Squares

5

5

2$ for

Quaker

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Perform Thirst Quencher

Dipps or Chewy Granola Bars

450ml

6x591ml

Chipits

5

Plus Applicable Fees

Naked

Gatorade

Selected, 156-187gr

300ml

2$ for

4

2$ for

5 2

99

2$ for

7

2$ for

7 2

3

99

2$

99

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Plus Applicable Fees

Plus Applicable Fees

100% Juice

500ml

99

99 Sunrype

Triple Fruits Spread

Rogers

Fry’s

Premium Cocoa

Tropicana

Selected, 1.75lt

Rogers

Oats

9

470-600gr

1kg

Robin Hood

1.75lt

Buy any 3 participating Quaker products and get a FREE Tropicana 100% Juice

Harvest Crunch Granola Cereal

Instant Oatmeal

or

99

Quaker

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288-430gr

500gr

525-540ml

Medium Roast, 915-930gr

5

for

890ml

99

Coffee

2$

YOUR FALL BAKING HEADQUARTERS

Cheestrings

3$

5

2$

Tropicana Trop 50 Orange Juice

Nabob Coffee Company

375-455gr

250gr

for

Tropicana 100% Juice

Selected 1.75lt

Life or Corn Bran Cereal

Miracle Whip or Mayo

Clover Leaf

Tropicana Orange Juice Quaker

Cream Cheese Product

2$ for

Black Diamond

Ready To Serve Soup

5

4$

4 for

Chunk or Flaked Light Tuna in Water

175-250gr

Paradise Island

99

¢

Gold Seal

Crispbread or Crackers

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Lactantia

340gr

1.5kg

Lipton Cup A Soup

for

for

5

Buy any 3 participating Quaker products and get a FREE Tropicana 100% Juice

Ryvita

5 454gr

2$

Paradise Island

99

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4

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Use your Q-Card when you purchase any Unico, Gallo or Safflo product, and you are automatically entered to win a Lagostina Ticino Multi Cooker! One prize per QF store, Approx. value $150. Offer in effect Sept. 30 - Oct. 6, 2013.

Unico

Vegetable Oil

Olive Oil 500ml

3lt

4

99

Fillets of Anchovies In Extra Virgin Olive Oil, 50gr

Unico

Pitted or Sliced Ripe Black Olives

Marinated Artichoke Hearts

375ml

170ml

3

99

3$ for

5

4$ for

5

3$ for

WIN

This Set

5

Unico

Beans, Chick Peas or Lentils

Stuffed Manzanilla Olives

Unico

Unico

796ml

Selected, 250-500gr

Unico

Pasta

Specialty Pasta

Tomatoes

700-900gr

540ml

375ml

3$ for

5

4$ for

Stouffer’s

5

Bistro Crustini

4$ for

5

2$ for

5

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Continental

Old Fashioned or Honey Ham

Our Own Fresh Cooked Roast Beef

2

Bonus Q-Points Macy’s

Crisps or Sticks

49

Maple Lodge

per 100gr

Cooked,Smoked or Cajun Chicken Breast

1

per 100gr

• Local BC Pork • Lactose & Gluten Free • No Added MSG • No Growth Promotants

Schneiders

Pastrami

113-127gr, Each

5000

Q

1

points

bonus

Tre Stelle Deluxe Mozzarella Cheese 340gr

5000 Olympic Sour Cream 500ml

3000 Tropicana Premium Orange Juice 946ml

3000

99 per 100gr

• Potato & Egg • Macaroni • Coleslaw Vinaigrette

Chevrai

3

99 each

Imported French

Colgate Toothpaste

1500

5000

1

49 per 100gr

per 100gr

21

95

99 per 100gr

119

Spring Rolls .................................................

each

Fresh Snapper Fillets

1

Large 21/25 Size

Raw Black Tiger Prawns

Frozen or Previously Frozen

1

99 per 100gr

49 PER gr

100

31/40 Size

Cooked White Tiger Prawn Tails U 10 Size

Colossal East Coast Scallops

Frozen or Previously Frozen

3

69 per 100gr

1

99 PER

100gr Jane’s

Frozen Boxed Fish

Selected, 580-615gr

8

88 each

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3x120ʼs

Chicken Wings

Weather Permitting

Selected, 75ml or 130ml

Kleenex Facial Tissue

Cooked Fresh Instore

Serving Suggestions

1000

5000

3 2

Port Salut

720gr

10ʼs

PER

100gr

Dinner for Two

99

113gr

Comet with Bleach Cleanser

S.O.S. Soap Pads

5

69

Available at Select Stores

Aged Farmhouse Cheddar

Woolwich Dairy

1500

1500

each

• Hot Southern • Sweet Red Chili • Teriyaki • Honey Garlic

Natural Pastures

354ml

Selected, 1ʼs

$

Medium Tub Salad

24/7 Essentials Shampoo or Conditioner

G.U.M. Technique Care or Starwars Toothbrush

1

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Bakery Fresh

Rye Bread

Bakery Fresh

Alpine Bread

4

2$ for

$1 Bakery Fresh

Bakery Fresh

Cookies

Cinnamon Buns

99 2

99 2

12 Pack

6 Pack

Oroweat Double Layer

Cream Filled Strudel

Decadent Chocolate Cake

9

99

Muffins

2

Organic Cream Half & Half

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99 8

Dairyland

Almond Fresh Beverage

946ml

99 Plus Applicable Fees

Downy

Unstopables Inwash Scent Booster 375gr

99 5

9” Apple Crumble, Apple, or Strawberry Rhubarb Pie Each

10 , 000

49

99

Earth’s Own

Just Black Cherry Juice

Bakery Fresh

6’s

for

R.W. Knudsen

Bonus Q-Points

Scotch Mints

680gr

2 $4

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Bread

Oroweat

Each

99 2

Nature’s Bakery

Fig Bar 56.6gr

3 $2 for

Nature’s Path

10% M.F. 500ml

99 1

Ethical Bean

Organic Cereal

Fair Trade Organic Coffee

284-400gr

99 2

Elevate Me!

Protein & Fruit Energy Bar 66gr

Glad

3$5 for

99 7

Clorox

Cling Wrap

Ultra Fibregard Bleach

Economy Size 90m

99 3

1.89lt

340gr

99 2

¢ PER

100gr

Quality Fresh

Hold the Salt Almonds Natural Sliced 125gr

2$5 for for

Quality Fresh

Family Favourites Sesame Sticks 240gr

2$5 for

Quality Fresh

Organic Dried Cranberries 200gr

99 4


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

NEW APPY SPECIAL!

BC Grown

New Crop

Extra Large BC “Hot House”

Beefsteak Tomatoes 2.18 per kg

99

99

¢

per lb

Large BC Grown “Hot House”

Premium

Long English Cucumbers

1

99

California “Autumn King”

Green Seedless Grapes 4.39 per kg

Ambrosia Apples

2$ for

2.18 per kg

3

¢

10oz

“Litehouse”

Gourmet Salad Dressing

per lb

355-384ml

2$

for

ORGA NIC ORGANI C

per lb

BC “Hot House”

7

San Marzano Grape Tomatoes

ORGANIC

2$ for

IC ORGAN

4

IC N A ORG 3lb Bag

6” Potted Mum

14 11

Goldenrod Bouquet

in bushell basket

99

each

99

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California “Premium”

Organic Red Seedless Grapes 6.59 per kg

99 per lb

BC Grown “Premium”

Organic Green Bartlett Pears 3.73 per kg

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69

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BC “Extra Fancy”

Organic Gala Apples

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Celebrate Applefest

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Get outside and enjoy the sport of geocaching.

Time to try modern-day treasure hunting Geocaching, the equivalent of modern-day treasure hunting, is a great activity for adults and families – and people are doing it all over the world, at night and even in a marine environment. If you’d like to try geocaching, join Clinton Crook for an intro-

ductory session on using basic GPS and then head outdoors to discover the fun of logging your first cache. The session takes place at the Sportsplex on Saturday, October 5 from 9 a.m. ‘til noon. Cost is $20, and the program is open to

people 16 years and up. A GPS or Smartphone is not required, but if you have one, bring it along. Geocaching apps can be downloaded for free to your Smartphone. To register or for more information call the Sportsplex at 250-923-7911.

You are not what you eat

He’s baaack! Van Clayton Powel returns to the Campbell River Library on Thursday, Oct. 3 at 6:30 pm with his lively presentation about his bestselling book You Are Not What You Eat: How Digestive Problems Might Be Making You Sick. Although we’re commonly told “You are what you eat” according to Powel, you are only what you digest. And according to research, many of us are not digesting very well. Join the author of You Are NOT

What You Eat: for a fascinating look at how to improve one of your body’s most vital functions – digestion. Whistler author Van Clayton Powel is a former nurse who specialized in addictions treatment and emergency psychiatric assessments. He also spent years in Asia training in traditional medical systems, martial arts, yoga, and meditation. Inspired by his own battle with chronic digestive problems,

Powel was surprised to find the solution not in what he ate, but in how he ate-an approach that had been used successfully in Asia for thousands of years, yet fits in perfectly with the latest medical science. This is a free program at the Campbell River Library and all are welcome. You can also check out the library’s website at www.virl.bc.ca to find more health resources in their catalogue and information databases.

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opened, it will keep for a few weeks in the refrigerator! What better way to store your harvest? Non-pasteurized juicing is available upon request, and will be done prior to the pasteurized juice. You can also donate your fruit to the Black Creek Community Association (BCCA), the non-profit member-driven organization that is behind all the great things that happen at the Black Creek Community Centre. The BCCA will send out volunteers to pick fruit that you don’t intend to harvest (or you can bring it in yourself on Oct. 5) and we will process and juice the fruit which we can then sell as a fundraiser. Of course, all of this is

made possible thanks to Pressing Matter, who have donated their time to make and box juice for non-profit organizations. Pre-registration is required for this event. Please call 250.337.5190 to book your juicing time, or to request some help with fruit harvesting for your donation. The Black Creek Community Association is located at 2001 Black Creek Road. All proceeds from this event will go to the BCCA to maintain the facility and continue to build our recreational, social and educational programs, and our special events. Visit www.bccaonline. ca and ‘like’ them on Facebook.

Trace your family’s history

You can trace your family roots with online resources. Campbell River Genealogy Society welcomes Joyce Young on Saturday, Oct. 19 for a one-day seminar to be held at the Thulin Room, Maritime Heritage Centre from 9 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. The presenter is Joyce Young from the Vernon and District Family History Society. Her topics are: (1) Playing All the Angles — working with multiple databases to find elusive family members; (2) Newspapers Online — finding them;

using them; how OCR works (or doesn’t!); (3) Searching for Gaelic/Irish Records Online — a review of various websites and their costs; (4) Doing Genealogy in the Cloud — an introduction and the benefits of using the Cloud. The cost is $40 plus an optional lunch (Fusilli Grill) for $10. For further information contact

Janice at 250-203-0585.

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In Loving Memory of Jerry Mergaert March 22, 1944 – Oct 1, 2006

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Margaret Tuddenham passed away peacefully with her family at her side at Sunshine Manor in Campbell River on September 17th 2013. Margaret was predeceased by her loving husband Stanley and daughter Teresa who were the center of her life, her parents Robert and Margaret Yeatman, sister Lorraine Idiens and brothers-in-law Ted Idiens and Art Wickman. She is survived by her sister Doreen Wickman, nieces Bonnie Fair (Norman) and Corinne Mergaert, nephews Glenn Mills (Mandy) and Richard Idiens, son-in-law Jim Paterson and numerous great nieces and nephews. Margaret was born in Campbell River on April 17th 1929 to Robert and Margaret Yeatman. She was the grand-daughter of Fred and Emma Yeatman who arrived and settled on Quadra Island in the late 1800's. The family is recognized as one of the first pioneering families of the area. As newlyweds Margaret and Stan moved to Alberta always knowing they would one day return to retire on Vancouver Island. Many happy retirement years were spent on their farm in Saanichton where they both were actively involved on their daugher Teresa's veterinary practice. The family wishes to thank Lee and her devoted staff at Sunshine Manor, Margaret's home for the last four years, for their love and care, Dr. DeBruin for his kindness and support and great-niece Tanza for always being there when Auntie Margie needed her. "She will remain forever in our hearts"

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Joan Frances Cochrane (nee Dale) June 22, 1923Sept 26, 2013 Our mother Joan Cochrane died peacefully with her family by her side on September 26, 2013. She was predeceased by her husband Jack Cochrane in 1999 and her brother Ron in 1989. She leaves to mourn her children Jean (Jim) and Don (Joanne), her beloved grandchildren Stephanie, Andrea (Alex), Rory, Charlie and Andy, her brother Jack (Jean), and cousins Barbara, Jack, Grit, Betty and John. Joan was born in New Westminster to Harry and Violet Dale in 1923 and grew up on a farm in Hatzic Prairie. She taught in a one room school house there before moving to Ocean Falls where she met and married Jack; they moved to Campbell River in 1958. Joan was a kind and warm hearted person with a delightful smile. She loved children and taught in a daycare for many years. Joan also loved her friends in Beta Sigma Phi. She enjoyed painting and became very proficient. Later she was very happy attending the Adult Care Centre. We are grateful for the compassionate care provided by James Bay Care Center in Victoria over the past few years. A memorial service will be held on October 3 at 2pm at St. Peters Anglican Church, 228 S Dogwood St. in Campbell River. In lieu of flowers, donations to the Campbell River and District Adult Care Society would be very much appreciated.

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FAMILY Resource Association requires an Behavioural Consultant Worksite: Parksville & Port Alberni. For details go to www.d69fra.org

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HELP WANTED

MEDICAL/DENTAL SEEKING RN/LPN for on call and holiday coverage for a fast paced physicians’ office. Shifts may include days, evenings and Saturday mornings. Please reply to Anne at Alder Medical Centre, 277 Evergreen Road, Campbell River, V9W 5Y4.

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TRADES, TECHNICAL AUTOMATED TANK Manufacturing Inc. is looking for experienced welders. Competitive wages, profit sharing bonus plus manufacturing bonus incentive. Full insurance package 100% paid by company. Good working environment. Keep your feet on the ground in a safe welding environment through in hole manufacturing process. No scaffolding or elevated work platform. Call Cindy for an appointment or send resume to: cindy@autotanks.ca. 780-8462231 (Office); 780-846-2241 (Fax). CLIMBERS Wanted. Tree Climbers for Single Stem Harvest and Windfirming needed throughout Coastal BC. Contact Jason 250-701-1911 GROWING OKANAGAN KIA dealership looking for technicians and apprentices to fill full time positions. Offering a competitive salary, commensurate with experience. Please email resumes to: ron@kelownakia.com

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GUARANTEED JOB Placement: General laborers and tradesmen for oil and gas industry. Call 24hr Free Recorded Message. For Information 1-800-972-0209.

Chartered Accountants

STAFF ACCOUNTANT Moeller & Company, Chartered Accountants is a dynamic, growing, independent accounting firm based in Campbell River providing accounting services to many different North Vancouver Island clients. We have an exciting career opportunity for an enthusiastic, dedicated, and detail oriented person to join our team. You will play a essential role in providing accounting services to our clients and will prepare financial statements and working papers as well as personal and corporate tax returns. This position has room for advancement and excellent compensation opportunities for the right individual. Candidates must have a minimum of 2-3 years of Public Practice accounting experience. It would also be beneficial for candidates to have a working knowledge of Caseware, Word, Excel, Taxprep, Simply Accounting and Quickbooks. An accounting designation is not mandatory for this position. All applications will be held in the strictest of confidence and interviews can be scheduled to suit your timetable. Please deliver your resume and covering letter by October 25, 2013 to: 590 Eleventh Avenue, Campbell River, BC V9W 4G4 CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

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509953 BC Ltd (dba Tim Hortons) 1325 Island Hwy. or 465 Merecroft, Campbell River

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(30 vacancies) Must be available for: Full Time / Part Time / Shift Work / Nights / Overnights / Early Mornings / Weekends. No education or experience required. $10.25/hr plus benefits. Start date: ASAP Apply at store location. Fax (250) 286-3409

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Come Work for an Owner That Cares! We are holding a job fair for our NEW location at 801 Hilchey Road (Timberline Village) in Campbell River‌

Friday, October 4th 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Job Fair Location: Coast Discovery Inn 975 Shoppers Row Campbell River, BC V9W 2C4 Hiring for all positions, including...

NOW HIRING 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:

Heavy Duty Mechanic (North Island)

Manager, Strategic Planning (Campbell River)

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PERSONAL SERVICES

HOME/BUSINESS SERVICES

FINANCIAL SERVICES

HOME IMPROVEMENTS

JOURNEYMAN AUTOMOTIVE Service Technician(s) in Hanna Alberta. Hanna Chrysler Ltd. offers competitive wages from $30/hour, negotiable depending on experience. Bright, modern shop. Full-time permanent with benefits. Friendly town just 2 hours from major urban centres. More info at hannachrylser.ca Fax 403-854-2845; Email: chrysler@telusplanet.net

FLOORING SALE Over 300 Choices

Lowest Prices Guaranteed! Laminates - $0.59/sq ft Engineered - $1.99 sq ft Hardwood - $2.79 sq ft

Overnight Delivery in most of BC!

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1.877.835.6670 PAINTING

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.

VOLUNTEERS

We offer the chance to live and work in the Rocky Mountains, where year round local attractions and recreational choices for the outdoor enthusiast are unlimited! Add to this, challenging work assignments and excellent opportunities for career and professional growth with Canada’s largest diversiďŹ ed natural resources company and we think you’ll ďŹ nd what you’re looking for. Teck operates six open-pit steelmaking coal mines near beautiful Fernie, B.C. and Hinton, AB.

NOW HIRING!

Teck will be hosting Career Fairs at the following locations:

Nanaimo – Friday, October 4 – 2pm-6pm Coast Bastion Hotel, 11 Bastion St, Nanaimo, BC

Campbell River – Saturday, October 5 – 10am-2pm Anchor Inn & Suites, 261 Island Hwy, Campbell River, BC

Humpty Dumpty Nursery School: Adult children’s assistants are needed for the preschool located in the United Church. This position would include light clean up duties, helping children while eating their lunch and assisting the preschool teacher when required.

• Instrumentation Mechanics • Heavy Equipment Operators • Engineers and Geologists • Wide range of Staff Positions (See website)

Work on a eet of the world’s newest and largest mining equipment! First year total trades compensation package can exceed $100,000. Attractive 4 days on 4 off shift work. Teck offers stable, long term, progressive careers with competitive compensation packages that include a pension plan, employee share purchase plan, comprehensive beneďŹ ts plan as well as participation in annual bonus plans. Enjoy an amazing lifestyle in the Rocky Mountains. For a comprehensive list of current openings and more information, attend the career fair and visit our website: www.teck.com/careers

Campbell River Hospice Society: New volunteers are needed for their FUNdraising Committee. Individuals will help assist the society in all fundraising efforts. Their committee meets once a month form September to June to plan and organize the years fundraising commitments, with some extra time needed during the 4 big events held per year. 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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MERCHANDISE FOR SALE FURNITURE

SOFA & Loveseat, blue fabric $250. Black microwave 3yrs $75. Call 250-338-0806.

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

MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE

HOME/BUSINESS SERVICES GARDENING ADAMS TREE SERVICE. Hedge trimming,tree pruning. Log splitting, stump grinding and removal. 250-203-5324

2002 WRANGLER Electric Scooter. 24 Volt, full weather enclosure included. $1800 OBO. 250-339-6621

TOTAL GARDEN CARE

ASSORTED ROOKIE baseball cards. Dual cassette tape recorder and player (component - needs amplifier). Assorted VCR movies, assorted cassette tapes. Call for details (250)339-4038 or email: p.horgen@utoronto.ca

Time for Fall Cleanup Gardening, pruning, Top dressing & rubbish removal

ORACLE TUTORING

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BEIGE SOFA hide-a-bed, $250. Beige futon with wooden sides, $250. 3� memory foam for king size bed with cover, $125. All in good condition, Comox. Call (250)339-2624.

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250-830-0295. FINANCIAL SERVICES

GET BACK ON TRACK! Bad credit? Bills? Unemployed? Need Money? We Lend! If you own your own home - you qualify. Pioneer Acceptance Corp. Member BBB. 1-877-987-1420 www.pioneerwest.com

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EDUCATION/TRADE SCHOOLS

Psychiatric Nursing (online): This 23 month program is accredited by the College of Registered Psychiatric Nurses of BC (CRPNBC). Entry-level earnings start at $30.79/hour to $40.42/hour. Special Education Assistant (online): In only 9 months you could be earning $17 - $25.99/hour. You will receive training and certiďŹ cation from the Provincial Outreach Program for Autism and Related Disorders (POPARD). Therapeutic Recreation – Gerontology (online): Support and promote optimal health for seniors by planning, implementing and evaluation therapeutic recreation services. Earn up to $23.50/hour. Government student loans & funding (ELMS/WCB) & other ďŹ nancing options available to qualiďŹ ed applicants.

Toll Free: 1-866-580-2772

DISCONNECTED PHONE? National Teleconnect Home Phone Service. No one refused! Low monthly rate! Calling features and unlimited long distance available. Call National Teleconnect today! 1866-443-4408. www.nationalteleconnect.com

Gabriele (250)205-0661

Guided online learning, instructor-led, in a highly supported environment

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Over 92% of our grads are employed in their ďŹ eld of study within 6 months of graduation.

TELEPHONE SERVICES

EDUCATION/TUTORING

• Grades K - 12 & College. • All subjects.

EDUCATION/TRADE SCHOOLS

IF YOU own a home or real estate, Alpine Credits can lend you money: it’s that simple. Your credit/age/income is not an issue. 1-800-587-2161.

Campbell River Food Bank:The Food Bank is currently seeking friendly and outgoing volunteers to perform hamper construction, in order to have them ready for distribution days. Volunteers must commit to 2 hour shifts per week, for the first 3 weeks of the month.

PERSONAL SERVICES

EDUCATION/TRADE SCHOOLS

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We will be collecting applications and interviewing for the following IMMEDIATE openings:

• Heavy Duty Mechanics • Electricians • Millwrights and Welders • Various Safety Positions

Volunteer Requests for September 30, 2013

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“Serving Campbell River & Vancouver Island since 1967�

New stage furniture: black leather couch, dressers, HB, double bed, table sets, chairs, patio furniture, junior pool table, many lamps, coffee table sets, restaurant equipment, 2 natural gas deep fryers, upright freezer, table, chairs, display cooler, new 4' stainless steel tables, restaurant supplies, new food warmer, soup pot, cash register, scale, approx. 450 sq. ft. of sandstone tile from India (indoor/outdoor), fishing equipment, 3 wheel Honda 185s trike, quality desks and shelving, chainsaws, gas leaf blowers, plow, kiln, tires, stamps, coins,jewellery, cold steel imperial swords and possible martial arts gear and so much more.

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MERCHANDISE FOR SALE

REAL ESTATE

REAL ESTATE

RENTALS

TRANSPORTATION

TRANSPORTATION

TRANSPORTATION

MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE

FOR SALE BY OWNER

MOBILE HOMES & PARKS

MODULAR HOMES

AUTO FINANCING

SPORTS & IMPORTS

TRUCKS & VANS

DELTA 10� tablesaw, shop compressor, 13� Delta planer, 6� Jointer, router & bits, moulding set, 7� Dato set. 250-335-9192 or 250-3311816 MAGNIFICENT EAGLE “Early Riser�, Norman Marshall signed & numbered print. Also personally signed by artist. Conservation framing spec. glass, $500 firm. 250-3396054. Duncan “Teacher� Lazy-Boy Rocker Recliner brand new, still in box - model 10-403, $400. Call 250-9412067.

OYSTER RIVER 3 bdrm Trailer. On own lot. Oil heat & power sep. $850 + Damage Deposit. Oct. 1st. 250-923-2132.

HOMES FOR RENT CAMPBELL RIVER: Avail. Sept. 15 - Oct. 1. Lovely private custom home, 3 beds, 2 baths. 7 yrs. old. 2500 sq. ft. full front french doors and windows facing south. Heat pump/air-exchanger/air-conditioner. Huge front garden, room for 2 extra driveways. Concrete deck back garden approx 60 ft x 16 ft. deep. Old growth fir stairs, 2 beds up and huge walk in custom shower. Also antique furniture & carpenters’ tools for sale. 916 Heritage Meadow Drive. Visit Kijiji for more pics. Price $442,000. 250-286-3602.

WEDDING DRESS, beaded halter, white, with shoulder tip veil,sz 14-16. $800.obo. Brass Daybed with trundle & mattresses. $100. (250)339-2755.

FRENCH CREEK CHARMER 3 bdrm/2 ba on .23 acre. Many updates. Warm, welcoming & move in ready. $335,000. By appt. gardendelight@shaw.ca. 250-752-4741. Photos upon request.

WEDDING ORNAMENTS for Sale: 22 Garnier Vases, 16� feather balls, white, 22 sm reflective table mirrors, 66 tea lights, $1000. 9 Bride maids dresses starting at $80. Call (250)287-0081.

SPORTING GOODS MARES DIVE gear and 2 tanks (aluminum 80). Call (250)339-5667.

REAL ESTATE COMMERCIAL/INDUSTRIAL

TSOLUM AREA Store w/2 bdrm 1 bath, living area attached. 1/4 acre yard - garden area, newly renovated. $265,000. 250-703-2195.

TOWNHOUSE FOR Sale. #2-2697 Mine Road, Port McNeill. Quiet strata complex, convenient to schools and hospital. 3-bdrm, 1.5 bath home, approx. 1250 sq.ft. Open plan main floor. Kitchen with built-in dishwasher, fridge, stove. Upper level has master bedroom with walk-in closet, storage room, laundry alcove with full-sized washer/dryer. Electric baseboard heat. Single attached garage with remote controlled door opener. Tidy, fenced back yard with patio, greenhouse and tool shed. $149,000. Quick occupancy. Phone 250-956-9875 or email: windonthemoon3@hotmail.com for appointment to view.

BEAUTIFULLY RENOVATED duplex in Courtenay, quiet culde-sac. 3-bdrm + den, 2.5 baths, bright, spacious kitchen, 5 appl’s, garage, private large fenced backyard with shed. Roof 2009. Close to NIC. Details & pics on Craigslist. $229,500. Call (250)3388208 or cell (250)792-0024. SUNNY COOMBS field/treed acreage. Room for revenue development. Comfortable 2 floors of 1400 sq ft. Wood, hot water heat $745,000. Phone/Fax 250-248-4495.

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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

BACHELOR SUITE in apt. building basement. Clean, quiet, well-maintained. N/P. Nov 1. $500. (250)287-3990. CAMPBELL RIVER- 2 bdrms, close to town. Quiet, secure, adult oriented, 820 Alder Street. $650. Avail Oct. 1. Call 250-830-4056.

CORTES VIEW TERRACE 1 & 2 bdrm condos located in secured entrance building w/elevator, & in excellent proximity to Hospital, recreation, & downtown core. Each features 4 appl, laundry/storage room, master bdrm w/walk in closet & patios. N/S. Small pet may be considered w/deposit. Rent from $625/month. Sept 1 & Oct 1 possession. Advanced Property Management Inc. www.advancedpm.ca 250.338.2472 or 877.808.7368 GROUND FLOOR apt. Fully furnished; 1 bdrm/1 person. Shared laundry, N/S, N/P; all utilities incl. except phone. $875/mth. 250-923-1707 or 250-203-0592 LARGE, BRIGHT 1 & 2 bdrms, Rotary Beach, excellent location. Very reasonable rents. Views. 250-286 1175.

WILLOW POINT updated 1 level patio home. 2 bdrm, 2 bath+ den, 1300sq ft, bright & sunny end unit. Walk to shops, medical, Sea Walk. $224,900. Call 250-923-7792.

HOUSES FOR SALE

FOR SALE BY OWNER 3 BDRM Townhouse, corner unit, 772 Robron Rd, Campbell River. 1300 sq ft. Remote control garage. Patio. Mountain view. Close to shopping and recreation. $189,000. Please call (778)475-0902.

RENTALS

CAMPBELL RIVER- 2 bdrm Townhouse, near Rotary Beach Park. Clean, quiet. N/P. $700. (250)287-3990

DUPLEX/4-PLEX

FULL DUPLEX $255,000. new roof, new shed, small but cute on 0.3 oceanview acre. In Painter Barclay area. $255.000. 250-850-0998

14 X 52 MOBILE - thoroughly reconditioned, wheel chair accessible, vacant. Located at Arden Mobile Home Park. $26,900 - for viewing phone 250-890-9182

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

SIDE RAIL Protectors for a pickup with a 6 ft box. Like new $200 obo 250-339-5708 STEEL BUILDINGS, Metal buildings 60% off! 20x28, 30x 40, 40x62, 45x90, 50x120, 60x 150, 80x100 sell for balance owed! Call 1-800-457-2206 www.crownsteelbuildings.ca

1997 JETTA GLX 168000kms. Auto. trans., well kept, runs well, sun roof, stereo, excellent on gas. $3000. 250339-7483

2896 APPLE DR. Located in the heart of Willow Point, this 1478 sqft rancher offers 4bdrms, 2bths, newer kitchen, roof & flooring. Private fncd yard, RV parking. $259,000. http://sites.google.com/site/ 2896appledrive Kim: 250-923-6503. PORT McNEILL. 5-BDRM Double-wide with basement, 5 bdrms, 2.5 bathrooms. View, private fenced yard. $159,900. 250-956-4009.

MOBILE HOMES & PARKS

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

Under New Management BA, 1 & 2 BR spacious suites. Heat, hot water and parking included. On bus route, close to schools. $550 - $750. Move in incentives offered. Call 250-204-3342. WATERFRONT FURNISHED 1 bdrn condo. N/S, N/P, all amenities. Avail mid Nov to mid March. $1200 per month. 250-286-4785.

APARTMENTS FURNISHED Furnished 5 bdrm, 3bthm, 2 kitchens,2 laundry. Furnished 3 bdrm,2 bthm, kitchen, laundry. Furnished 2 bdrm,1 bthm, kitchen, laundry.250-287-0888

COMMERCIAL/INDUSTRIAL LEASED SPACE commercial warehouse/yard, exc hwy frontage. 250-830-7690. CR

DUPLEXES/4PLEXES 2 BDRM near all amen. $725 Cedar at 4th Avail now. 1-250889-9353.boarsnest@shaw.ca

PORT HARDY 2 bdrm trailer on its own lot. Excellent condition, private back yard. Boat/RV parking. $99,000. Contact Gary 250-949-8684.

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OYSTER BAY 3-bdrm, semi waterfront, ocean view, wood stove, large yard, $900./mo. N/S, Ref’s req’d. Avail. Nov. 1. 250-923-6938. STORIES BEACH. 2-bdrm older home. Ocean view, large landscaped lot, pets negotiable. W/D, F/S, sheds, $1200/mo. Avail. Oct. 15. 250923-7872. STORRIES BEACH- Ocean view, $950, inclusive. Furnished king-sized master suite, walk-in changing rm. priv en-suite 1 bdrm, 1.5 bath upper lvl house. NS/NP, no garage. Call 1-(250)386-9495.

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1992 AWARD 727, 27’ all fiberglass travel trailer. A/C, New gas/Elect. refrigerator, twin beds, 2 Lazy Boy chairs, flat screen TV, DVD player. $4950. 250-204-2590 or 250923-6777. terloral@telus.net 185 CAMPION EXPLORER. Ready to go fishing. Elec. down rigger, GPS, Fish finder Engine 135 Merc., 9.9 and more. $15,000. 250-9230528/250-287-0211 1998 SAFARI 35ft. Diesel Motor Home. Showroom condition. Very low mileage. Lots of extras. 250-287-4575

1965 MUSTANG Coupe. Restored to stock condition. Healthy 200 GEO, automatic, reliable daily driver. $9800. 250-202-0442 1991 HONDA Civic hatchback, running cond., exc. in gas mileage, 274,000km. $1,500. Call after 5pm (250)923-0027.

2003 28� Travelair, $25,500. Ford E450,cab & chassis,V10 Motor, 82K. Excel. Cond., Isl. bed. Consider Class B/camper/van trade 250-285-2030.cel 250-203-0750.

1996 FORD Crown Victoria LX- 128,000 km, lady driven, excellent condition. $2200. (250)897-3997. 2002 DODGE Caravan Sport, 190,000 km, Silver, auto, fully loaded, good condition. $2000 obo. Call (250)331-1320.

2009 WINNEBAGO ERA Limited. Diesel CRD170XL, 24’, 15,500 miles. Original owner. Bath w/sink & shower, patio awning, A/C, furnace, propane gen., micro, TV. $71,900.00 250-752-4736 / 403-691-5639

1995 ZODIAK 14.6ft - 65HP Suzuki. New steering & trailer bearings. $6000 OBO. 250-334-9337

19’ FIBERGLASS boat with trailer. 200hp and 8hp Mercury outboards. New price $6,500. obo Call 250-337-5565 after 7pm. 2006 BOM BARD Max 3 8’ inflatable boat complete w/ keel & launching wheels. All in exc. cond., seldom used. $2350. new. Sell $750.(250)926-9119.

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SPORT UTILITY VEHICLES 2005 SUNFIRE$3900 obo, very low mileage at 89,500km, 1 owner, excellent condition, very clean, auto, air, cruise, comes with spare winter tires on rims. 250-890-2042.

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2002 CHEVY TRACKER. 4x4, automatic, P/S, 4 door. Burgundy. Extra set of tires & wheels. $2950 firm. 250-8300988 or 250-923-5355. 25’ PERMANENT moorage slip in Comox Bay Marina with 26’ Ranger sail boat, $2500. Call 250-218-1969.

2007 HONDA Civic Hybrid. 94,000 miles. One owner, A/C winter tires and rims. $8,900. OBO. tel 250-338-0806. 2008 COBALT 1 owner, low km, no accidents, good mileage, 4 cylinder, excellent condition, 2 sets of tires. $6000 obo. 1(604)210-0466. charonrids@hotmail.com

2001 4x4 DODGE DAKOTA P/U Crew cab. 243,000 kms. New price $5,900. obo. Call 250-337-5565 after 7 pm

29 FT Fiberglass Sailboat, volvo diesel,moorage paid until mid Apr,2014.Reduced to 12,900 obo. 250-337-5747


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Fall Classic played in classic fall weather The Tyees hosted the Fall Classic this past weekend amid the strong wind and constant rain. Eight teams from both the Island and the Lower Mainland were involved and the Tyees showed little mercy to the mainland visitors on day one. A rebuilding Pemberton side were the first opponents and the Tyees were able to enjoy a very comfortable victory. Midfielder Alex Foge picked up a first half hat trick and the Carihi bench were able to enjoy the vast majority of playing time. The second game of the day saw a much sterner challenge against Credo Christian School. They had been involved in an excellent, competitive game earlier in the day which they lost 2-1 to the always strong Glenlyon Norfolk School. The Tyees started off well and controlled the early play and seemed to get to the majority of challenges first. Carihi took a deserved lead after 14 minutes. Kevin Shelswell put in a corner which was barely cleared to the top of the 18

yard line. The ball came toward Taylor Arbour who was able to adjust his feet quickly to allow a shot which was fired into the top corner of the net. Despite dominating possession, the Tyees were unable to add to their score by half time. The first half pattern continued in the second with Carihi defence of Anderson, Anthony Vigneron, Carter Cobelenz and Tyler Kelly standing strong. Carihi added two more goals from Dylan Sparling and Jason Fawkes to secure a well earned 3-0 win and a place in the semi finals the following morning against Glenlyon Norfolk School. Conditions on Saturday morning had deteriorated with strong winds playing havoc on the teams. The Tyees won the toss and played with the wind behind their backs. They made a dream start to the semifinal with a goal within the first three minutes. Fluent passing resulted in Shelswell getting the ball outside the 18 yard box. Shellswell then laid the ball off to Zach Tilli-

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paugh whose calm finish beats the keeper. The first half was a story of missed chances. It would be fair to say Carihi could have scored six more goals but for a lack of cutting edge and a couple of fine keeper saves. The second half saw a strong reaction from Glenlyon Norfolk. They had much more

possession than in the first half and keeper Colin Massie had to be at his best to thwart a number of scoring opportunities. Foge looked to have given the Tyees some breathing space with a superb curling shot from outside the box into the top left hand corner of the net. Unfortunately, within

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It was a wet and blustery day for the U12 Rage Lacrosse teams first games of the season on Sunday. Victoria’s Titans tier 1 Lacrosse team came out victorious in both games. The U14’s played Nanaimo’s Raiders Tier two Lacrosse teams and won both of their games. Rage will travel to Victoria for games this weekend.

minutes Glenlyon had pegged a goal back via a penalty kick. Glenlyon continue to pressure but once again a fine passing move from Carihi results in a second goal for Tillapaugh and the two goal lead is regained at 3-1. Carihi were looking comfortable at this stage but a wonderful strike from 30 yards out flies into the roof of the net for a 3-2 scoreline with 11 minutes remaining. Further excellent attacking play from Carihi sees Declan Arnold get on the scoresheet for a 4-2 scoreline. Once again Glenlyon respond with a second penalty shot after a player was fouled in the 18 yard box. This end-toend entertaining game was to end 4-3 for Carihi. The cup final matched North Island rivals Carihi and Kwalikum High School. Both teams are to be commended for the quality and spirit of their play in somewhat atrocious weather. This time

it was Kwalikum who were to enjoy a dream start. Weak communication in the Tyee defence saw a Kwalikum forward drive right through and score inside the opening minute. The game was well balanced for the next 10 minutes but Carihi were able to draw level after 16 minutes. Krutzieger put Carihi 2-1 ahead with a poachers’-style goal after 23 minutes. The second half was again a farly even affair. Tillapaugh added a third goal for Carihi and Kwalikum scored a late second to make it an interesting last few minutes. However, Carihi were able to hold on and win the cup. Carihi play Brooks of Powell River this Wednesday in league play. Highland league game Carihi continued their encouraging start to the season with five straight

wins this past week in league and Tournament play. In their second league game they travelled to Comox to play the always competitive Highland Boys. In glorious sunshine, the Tyees got off to a dream start. Alex Foge knocked a diagonal ball into James Krutzieger who then whips the ball into the 18 yard box right onto the foot of Zach Tillipaugh. Tillipaugh hits it first time straight into the back of the net. The Tyees enjoyed all the possession for the next 15 minutes but a lack focus at the back resulted in a tying goal for the home team. After 32 minutes, a scramble in the Highland 18 yard box saw Carihi hit the cross bar twice in a matter of seconds. Eventually, the ball found the net as Krutzieger connected with the rebound from the cross bar with a fine low strike. Foge extended the lead to 3:1 and a fourth came after Kevin Shelswell was unceremoniously brought down in the penalty area after an excellent run forward. Aiden Anderson scored the resulting penalty kick. Highland made it 4-2 shortly into the second half. Carihi’s fifth goal came after Shelswell’s unselfish pass was finished emphatically by Foge. Once again Highland refused to give up and they scored their third goal with a superb free kick. A delightful solo effort from Karson Kroetch saw the final goal of the game. Kroetch danced past two Highland defenders and the keeper to add some insurance to Carihi’s lead. Final score was 6-3 for Carihi.

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From Sept. 23 to 27, the BC Salmon Farmers Association celebrated Aquaculture Awareness Week in Campbell River and Port Hardy with a number of events aimed at thanking the communities for their support and recognizing the thousands of men and women who work so hard to make our industry environmentally, economically and socially sustainable. Thank-you to all those who celebrated with us!

A crowd gathers (left and above) to enjoy free fresh salmon burgers.

George Hilton (right) with Port Hardy Mayor Bev Parnham (left) accepts a donation to the Port Hardy Harvest Food Bank from BCSFA Communications Manager Elizabeth Young.

Attendees enjoy the BCSFA reception at the Quatse Salmon Stewardship Centre.

David Minato (left) tends the grill while Alejandra Hernandez prepares salmon burgers.

CSFA Board Chair Vincent Erenst welcomes participants at the Annual General Meeting.

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