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To mark World Food Day Wednesday, Oct. 16, students, staff and parents from St. Joseph’s School in Chemainus held a food walk through the community. The World Food Day walk is an initiative of the Island Catholic Schools and the Society of St. Vincent de Paul to raise awareness of hunger issues around the globe and within the community. Leading up to the walk, students at St. Joseph’s collected about 25 bags of groceries for the food bank. “Our purpose in going downtown is to walk as a community and show the community we care,” said principal Bern Muller. “The initiative is promoting an awareness, not only for our students that others are in need and we need to share with them, but also with the community that this is an issue. I told the children they are empowered — they are actively doing something. This is a way everyone can be empowered without everyone bringing a loonie.” LINDSAY CHUNG
Petition created to keep École Davis Road open Lindsay Chung THE CHRONICLE
A petition is circulating to express support for keeping École Davis Road (EDR) Elementary open. EDR is at risk of closure at the end of this school year as part of School District 68’s 10-year Enhanced Facilities for Learning plan. Last spring, the school board extended the consultation on this decision until Dec. 1, and a working group has been created to meet and discuss potential options. A final decision will be made by Dec. 18. In collaboration with the EDR Parent Advisory Council (PAC), EDR parents Jessica Lowry and Graeme Rouse created a petition to demonstrate the support to keep EDR open. “Its target audience is Ladysmith residents, current Davis Road parents and future parents,” said Lowry. “Our hope is that during this decision making time,
this petition can help with a positive outcome for the school, for south-end Ladysmith and the entire Ladysmith community. With a large amount of support, there will be positive pressure applied to the Town of Ladysmith and to the Board of Education to really consider the short and long term effects of closing such a popular school, with a great educational track record and one that serves as the community hub of the growing south end of Ladysmith.” The petition is directed to Ladysmith’s mayor and council and to the board of education and senior administration at SD68. “We hope to gather as much support over the next month or so, to reflect the community’s support to keep Davis Road Elementary open before the Dec. 18 decision,” said Lowry. As of Monday morning, the online petition had 175 signatures, and Lowry says “ a lot of great, personal feedback” has
been included. and for an hour or two after school, the “I think the parents of Davis Road are playground is brimming with kids playvery aware of the situation and eager ing and parents connecting,” she said. to support keeping Davis Road open or “We are all out there saying, ‘There is ensure that a K-7 French/English school something amazing at this school. They remain in the south end,” she said. “This cannot close it.’ A huge part of that petition will further inform community ‘something amazing’ is undeniable commembers who may not be directly in- munity spirit. If these decisions are drivvolved with the school and especially en by budget and a school needs to be south-end home owners as to the risk of closed to satisfy an operational budget closing such a well-supported school in for SD68, it should not be a school that a part of town that is only going to see is doing extremely well in a populated, more growth. growing area.” “Residents need to consider the effects The École Davis Road petition is availon their real estate should the school able online at wry.io/save-edr. close and the loss of a valued community Anyone who is unable to sign the petispace and all that it offers currently and tion online can leave a message with the could offer in the future.” PAC at the EDR office by calling 250Lowry feels that fostering successful 245-7187. If you leave your name, phone neighbourhood schools like EDR would number and address, the PAC will arkeep a sense of community in Ladysmith range for someone to bring you a hard and also keep students and their families copy of the petition to sign or direct you here. to the nearest business in town where “I pick up my son after kindergarten, the petitions will be available.
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The Ladysmith Chamber of Commerce is putting the call out for new directors. The Chamber is seeking candidates for five two-year-term positions on its board of directors. “If you would like to get involved, have ideas, experience and enthusiasm to share, please consider putting your name forward for nomination for a position on the Ladysmith Chamber board of directors,” states the Chamber. Nominees and their biographies will be announced at the November general meeting, tentatively scheduled for Nov. 20. There will still be an opportunity for names to be put forward from the floor at the December general meeting before the elections for the board are held. Anyone who is interested in a position on the Ladysmith Chamber of Commerce board of directors is encouraged to contact the Chamber office at 250-245-2112 or admin@ladysmithcofc. com.
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Ladysmith Family and Friends (LaFF) is celebrating Halloween Thursday, Oct. 31 with a full morning of fun-filled activity that features a ride on the Halloween Trolley. During LaFF from 9:30 a.m. to noon at Aggie Hall, show up dressed in costume for a morning of songs, activities and pizzas and a ride on the Halloween Trolley. There will be mini pizzas prepared by the Ladysmith Lions Club, and participants are asked to please bring toppings to share. For more information about LaFF’s Halloween activities, e-mail laffexecutivedirector@ shaw.ca or call 250-2100870.
park continues in Chemainus Peter W. Rusland THE CHRONICLE
Vocal Chemainiacs demanded all of publicly-owned Echo Heights forest be preserved as parkland Wednesday, Oct. 16, while council remained split on that idea. After heated debate, council voted to send a planning department report — based on saving 80 per cent of Echo Heights as park — to three committees for debate and recommendations to council. A public meeting would follow those committee reports. The other 20 per cent is targeted for 54 residential lots, on 4.2 hectares, for phased sale to developers, given market conditions. Those sales could reap an estimated $3 million to fund council’s various other projects. Mayor Jon Lefebure later noted no final decision has been made about how much of Echo Heights to save. He voiced concerns the 20 per cent area, basically ground already cleared for development, could impact the forest, marsh, and meadowlands. Those ecosystems are described as rare and precious by the Chemainus Residents Association members, plus various scientists and First Nations representatives. Lefebure suggested a phone
poll of residents to help gauge their appetite for saving all of 22.12-hectare Echo Heights. “A high percentage of our residents are in favour of that. It might help give guidance to council,” he said, citing an earlier phone survey about North Cowichan’s climate-action tax. Aware of CRA demands, the mayor and Councillor Kate Marsh later voted against sending the 80/20 plan to the Chemainus advisory, community planning, and climate-change advisory committees. “I’d like to see us save all of it,” Marsh said. “We already own this land. I can’t see how saving a forest would be the wrong thing to do, in terms of climate (action).” But Councillor John Koury, head of council’s economic development committee, seemed sick of talking about saving any more than 80 per cent. He pulled staff’s recommendation to send the planning report to the EDC. Koury miffed the mayor by suggesting Lefebure was basically “indifferent” about how much of Echo Heights to save. Lefebure objected as some councillors and residents walked out of the tense chambers. That happened after CRA members told council why all of Echo Heights must be saved, a tune they’ve sung to council for years.
Echo Heights supporters crowded the North Cowichan council chamber Wednesday armed with petitions and stickers. PETER W. RUSLAND Biologist Kelly Bannister suggested councillors accept expert advice available about Echo Heights’ ecological, scientific and cultural values, noting studies done so far are “quick and dirty assessments.” For instance, she cited further archaeological and hydrological data needed — finding it “ironic” council officially received its climate-action plan award Wednesday before debating the controversial forest. Tom Masters said there’s no community support for developing the Heights. “It comes down to the people want it saved, and it’s the right thing to do.” Gus Lolaric explained housing projects already underway in Mural Town are selling slowly,
despite reduced prices. “Spend (taxpayer) money on projects of more benefit to the community. Don’t cut down the trees for short-term gain.” Diana Hardacker told how school kids learn about nature on Echo Heights field trips. “Nature deficit disorder is rampant among children today,” she said. Mary Dolan said folks have used the Heights as a park for years, as it is “remarkable in its diversity”, before CRA chairman Bernie Jones pointed to some 1,400 petition signatures so far to save the site. Lefebure said he didn’t expect a public meeting about Echo Heights until January, after the planning report is discussed by the three committees.”
Nick Epp-Evans, station leader for Royal Canadian Marine Search and Rescue (RCM-SAR) Unit 29 Ladysmith, expects the unit’s new rescue vessel to be training in our local waters in mid-December. The new vessel, seen here under construction, will replace a vessel that has been in service since 1999, and it will provide greater crew safety, better performance and more capability for search and rescue work. “Unit 29 wishes to thank everybody who has donated time, money or both,” says Epp-Evans. According to Epp-Evans, a further $25,000 is needed to fully equip the vessel and to provide upgrades to the unit’s boat shed and boat lift. Tax-deductible donations can be made online at www. rcmsar29.com or by calling 250-6682993. Ladysmith RCM-SAR Station 29 is sponsored by the Ladysmith and District Marine Rescue Society and provides marine search and rescue services for the northern section of the Gulf Island region including the islands and waters between Dodds Narrows to the north and Sansum Narrows to the south. Ladysmith is one of the busiest units in the Pacific region, responding to more than 3,000 calls since its inception. PHOTO SUBMITTED
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Nicholson’s impact on the ® CAREVEST MIC FUNDS community recognized Mike D’Amour the chronicle
Ed Nicholson got up from his chair, looked through the viewer of his camera and prepared to take a photo of the newest recipient of the Ladysmith Rotarian of the Year. “I got my camera all poised, waiting for the person to walk up,” the 70-year-old retired professor of education recalled. “Then there’s applause and my wife is tapping me on the back. “I said, ‘What? I’m taking a picture.’ “She said: ‘That’s you.’” That’s how Nicholson learned he’d won the highest honour given by his service club. “Honest to God, it was totally unexpected — I had voted for someone else. I didn’t have the slightest clue — I was just stunned,” he said of
the June event. The award was even more significant given the fact Nicholson had been a member less than five years. “He sure has had a heck of an impact in a short amount of time,” said Ron Howe, who was Rotary president at the time of Nicholson’s win “Everyone likes him; he’s a very positive individual.” The Rotarian of the Year is awarded to one Rotarian in the club and is voted by private ballot by the 36 members. “(Nicholson) won largely because of his involvement in our different projects,” said Howe. “He’s our sergeant-atarms and is a very creative, knowledgeable, intelligent individual.” Nicholson also heads up a couple of our major events each year, one of them being the Rotary Garden Tour. “He works very hard
at fundraising at the event as well as the King and Country event coming up in November,” said Howe. The King and Country is an event where Rotarians and Legionnaires join to recognize soldiers from Ladysmith who were killed during a war are honoured with an “empty chair” dinner. “During that night, everything is focused on that individual and his family — it’s the only event of its kind,” Howe said. Nicholson, who writes the Chronicle’s historical columns each month, spent much of his education career in Alberta before he agreed to develop a faculty of education in Guangdong Province, a job that saw him spend eight years on the South China Sea. He eventually retired and could only think of one place
Ed Nicholson, seen here speaking at the Chemainus Chamber of Commerce annual general meeting last year, was honoured as Rotarian of the Year by members of the Ladysmith Rotary Club. File Photo
for he and his wife to spend their golden years. “Ladysmith was always home for me,” said Nicholson, who noted his family was Ladysmith pioneers. “I’m now less than a half-kilometre from where I lived as a small guy.” Nicholson said he’s more than pleased to be a Rotarian. “Rotary epitomizes all I believe in: honesty, integrity — in both person and profession — and giving back to your community.”
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“Everyone likes him; he’s a very positive individual.” Ron Howe, Page 5
es, we have blasted North Cowichan in this space for financial irresponsibility. Yes, just last issue we were calling on the community to create more affordable housing. And yes, the 20-per-cent proposal for Echo Heights forest could be a significant step toward addressing each of those concerns. But we’ve come to the conclusion any plans to develop this chunk of municipal forestland should be shelved for the foreseeable future. The reason is not because it is a precious piece of rare ecology — it’s not. And the reason is not because council has no place in the development business, or that there are better places to build. No, the reason is better than those, or any of the many other reasons that have been put forth in the past decade. Our reason is much more basic: the community does not want it. There were plenty of good reasons to build a recycling depot on Cameron-Taggart Road. We supported the idea when it was first proposed. But within a few weeks we had reversed that position. It very quickly became clear the community simply did not want it. And the first lesson of democratic government should be “give the people what they want.” If the CVRD had heeded that guideline in the ECO Depot fiasco, it could have saved taxpayers hundreds of thousands of dollars, and buckets of ill will. The Echo Heights proposal has been around much longer than the ECO Depot was, and, if anything, opposition to the idea has intensified. If the community doesn’t want it, council needs to accept that. That’s why this is called a democracy. —Cowichan News Leader Pictorial
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Ross Armour Ladysmith residents, Chemainiacs, people of Vancouver Island and all others. My name is Ross Armour and I am the new reporter at the Ladysmith-Chemainus Chronicle. Two years ago this past September, I embarked on a course at Langara College in Vancouver that I hoped would shape my career. Having graduated from Langara this past spring, attaining my diploma of journalism, I am now very much looking forward to this next step of bringing all forms
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of news to our local community. Journalism is a path I have wanted to go down since early on in my teenage years. Now, at 21, I feel very lucky and privileged to have been given an opportunity to practise something I know I’m going to love. Having been born to Scottish parents in England, I moved to Vancouver back in September 2008 in search of a new adventure. Writing has been a longterm passion, having had both poetry and short stories published in recent times. Now, that passion, combined with my enjoyment of news and the thrill of presenting stories to the public, I see as being the perfect catalyst in making this first step in what I hope to be a long and successful career. At Langara’s journalism school, I was trained by some of the most experienced journalists in Canada. Most importantly, my teachers taught me what
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North American champion. I also won the 12-years title at the world championships back in 2004. My exploits and escapades in highland dancing are what first brought me to the Cowichan Valley. My close friend Judy Hogg runs local dance studio Celtic Rhythm Dancers based in Maple Bay and first asked me to do a workshop for the group back in February 2011. The rest is history. I am an avid sports guy, in particular soccer and basketball, and as a general sports fan, this area of writing news stories I would say is a particular strength. Country would be a favourite of mine on the music front — I guess Canada has taken its toll that way. Being much-travelled, I believe Vancouver Island to be one of the most beautiful places on earth and I’m excited to develop more friends beginning from my new working base in Ladysmith. Hope to see you around town one day.
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tankers filled with crude oil sailing through these stormy seas every year. It’s been going on since Alaska North Slope crude was developed in the 1970s. Six of the seven oil spill simulations run by Nuka are based on Alaska crude, because that’s overwhelmingly what has been shipped along B.C.’s North Coast for 40 years. This lack of crude oil spill response capability has existed the entire time, without a whisper of protest or media attention, even after the 1989 Exxon Valdez disaster near the oil’s point of origin. The current narrative, hammered home by U.S.-controlled environmental groups and their aboriginal partners in the “Great Bear Rainforest,” is that only Canadian oil is a threat. How much Alaska crude is shipped down the B.C. coast? According to Nuka’s analysis, it’s currently about 38 million cubic metres each year. That’s enough to fill B.C. Place stadium to the roof — 15 times. The Sierra-Greenpeace-For-
estEthics-Dogwood gang, a sort of billionaire-bankrolled green Team America, has worked hard to promote the falsehood that “tar sands” oil is vastly worse than that nice fair-trade Alaska stuff. Their claims about acidity and abrasiveness of diluted bitumen didn’t hold up, and it’s still hotly contested whether the heavy oil in diluted bitumen would float, emulsify or sink in actual sea conditions. When the federal government announced a study to determine what spilled bitumen would do in North Coast waters, that too was attacked by the Green Party as a secret scheme to prop up Enbridge’s pipeline proposal. So it’s a scandal when you don’t know the answers, and it’s a scandal when you try to find them. Another question that gets little attention is whether it’s better for spilled oil to sink rather than wash up on beaches. Crude oil is, if you’ll pardon the expression, organic. Spills produce a huge spike in oil-eating bacteria that leads to an increase
in fish populations at a certain stage. This was documented in a 1994 book called Degrees of Disaster, written by an expert who stayed on in Valdez for four years, long after the TV cameras and grandstanding politicians went home. Victoria-based Dogwood seized on a 2012 Nuka study done for the Haisla Nation at Kitimat, which found that in ocean conditions that are present more than half of the time, there would be no immediate way to respond to a spill at sea. Dogwood’s “no tankers campaign director” hinted that this information was intentionally left out of the B.C. government study, and the media ate it up. No tankers? Better check again. Dogwood’s mission is clearly not to protect the B.C. coast from oil spills. If it were, they would be protesting the ongoing risk from Alaska tankers. Tom Fletcher is legislative reporter and columnist for Black Press.
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Fair prizes awarded - Chronicles From the Past October 1913 reach Ladysmith until People living along the next day. Mr. Souththe route of the new in lived in Saltair and rural mail delivery brought the mail in to between Ladysmith Ladysmith the followand Chemainus were ing morning. [NOTE: very pleased with The same mail service their service. Mail in 2013 can take up to from Ladysmith to three days!] Chemainus was reAn editorial in the ceived daily. However, Ladysmith Chronicle the return mail from in October 1913 stated: Chemainus does not â€œAll ladies do not at
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all times prefer to sit the Forward Cup and for Cowichan-Newcaswhile men stand. We Mr. Dave Wilson the tle, Bob Strachan was have seen a young Walkem Cup for most re-elected by a wide woman give up her seat points at the Annual majority for the NDP as an aide to a crippled Fall fair in Ladysmith. in the Sept. 30 provinman, or to a mother Displays were ar- cial election. The 1,151 carrying a baby, or to ranged by area (Sal- votes he received in a tired looking woman. tair, Diamond, North Ladysmith were more This should be the uni- Oyster, etc.), and the than the total votes versal rule of both sex- produce entered was for all three of his opes. Those who are able very impressive due to ponents. Strachan was to stand should yield the long, dry summer also leader of the BC their places to the ap- weather. The fair was New Democratic Party. parently less able. True opened by local MP Ivan Wicklund of the courtesy, in all the Jas Taylor, who joined Diamond reported that relations of life, will MLA Sam Guthrie in more than half of his yield to and protect giving out prizes. Mr. flock of 1,000 tom turthe weak. But we can Taylor was particu- keys had already been well imagine that for a larly impressed with ordered for Thanksgivtired or weakly looking the exhibits submit- ing dinner. Each bird man to vacate his seat ted by schoolchildren, was worth between 12 because of fresh and especially the models and 14 dollars. vigorous looking lady carved from soap and A large work party happens to stand near balsa wood â€œfor which headed up Green him is not what every- credit must be given Mountain on the last body should expect or to parent and teacher week of October in desire.â€? alike.â€? Mr. Guthrie re- 1963 to work on getOctober 1938 marked that he enjoyed ting the lodge in good The Aggie Hall adver- a floral arrangement of shape for the upcomtised for a live-in care- local heather which he ing ski season. More taker. Remuneration joked â€œwas now prac- than two feet of snow consisted of free fuel, tically gone after so fell on the weekend water and light and $20 many resident Scotch- and members of the per month. men had taken away Chemainus Sno-Birds, Comox Logging dis- a sprig.â€? Judges were including Ken Fisher, played in its office a reportedly stumped by Murray Hess, Jack 14-inch slice from a a display of butternuts, Millmore, Frank Storey recently felled tree which had not been and Eric Guest, were that was over 100 feet seen before at a Van- hard at work with their tall and 86 inches in couver Island fair. The recently purchased diameter. The local fir nuts, usually found on Bombardier Sno-Cat to was cut 20 feet up from the eastern coast of ensure everything was the butt, and a count of Canada, resemble the ready on the ski tow the rings estimated the walnut but are sweeter and local runs. tree to be about 1,010 in taste. â€” Ed Nicholson, years old. October 1963 Ladysmith and Tom Honeyman won The incumbent MLA District Archives
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Robert McKerracher, Ratification Officer P.O. Box 262 Telephone (250) 285-3129 Heriot Bay, B.C. V0P 1H0 (888) 804-3129 firstname.lastname@example.org Facsimile (250) 285-3201 NOTE: Any Registered Voter may vote by mail-in ballot. If an Eligible Voter has not received a Voter Registration Document by November 15 please contact the RatiďŹ cation OfďŹ cer so that the necessary form can be supplied to you. Registration forms will also be available at the polling station on November 28, December 5 and 6, 2013.
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TO: MEMBERS OF STZâ€™UMINUS FIRST NATION TAKE NOTICE that a Ratification Vote will be held in accordance with the Stzâ€™uminus First Nation Community Ratification Process on NOVEMBER 28, DECEMBER 5 AND DECEMBER 6, 2013 in order to determine if Registered Voters approve the Stzâ€™uminus First Nation Land Code and the Individual Agreement. The following question will be asked of the Registered Voters of Stzâ€™uminus First Nation by ballot: Do you approve: â€˘ The Stzâ€™uminus First Nation Land Code, dated July 25, 2013 and â€˘ The Individual Agreement with Her Majesty the Queen in Right of Canada? The Ratification Vote will take place on Thursday November 28, Thursday December 5 and Friday December 6, 2013 from 9 AM until 8 PM each day at The Community Centre 3949 Shell Beach Rd. Ladysmith, British Columbia V9G 1K6 Copies of the Background Documents, the Ratification Documents and the Ratification Process may be obtained from Coast Salish Development Corporation, 12605 Trans Canada Highway, Ladysmith, BC, V9G 1M5, 250-924-2444. AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE that all Members of Stzâ€™uminus First Nation 18 years of age or older as of the date of the Ratification Vote are eligible to vote, PROVIDED THAT SUCH MEMBERS MUST COMPLETE A VOTER REGISTRATION DOCUMENT TO BE PLACED ON THE LIST OF REGISTERED VOTERS. Voter registration documents will be sent to all Eligible Voters whose address is on record with the Stzâ€™uminus First Nation. Voter registration documents are also available from Robert McKerracher, Ratification Officer at the address and telephone number appearing below. DATED at QUADRA ISLAND, Province of British Columbia this 20th day of September, 2013
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Training benefits all participants From Page 4 and get that patient out of the vehicle,” he said. The training was also helpful to go over the responders’ safety on the highway, noted Delcourt. Steve Van Der Minne, unit chief for B.C. Ambulance Service Station 159 in Ladysmith, says a training session like this is very helpful. “It helps from our point of view when dealing with patients to anticipate what the firefighters are going to do,” he said. “It helps to know the fire department’s capability in getting patients out. It also makes us more aware of safety considerations when we’re at an accident scene.” With major trauma like a highway collision, time is of the essence, emphasized Van Der Minne. “They used to talk about the ‘golden hour,’ and now the [International Trauma Life Support] course paramedics do emphasized you might not have an hour,” he said. “That’s why the fire department practises how to get people safely and quickly out. Our focus is doing critical treatments and getting patents to the appropriate hospital. Doing that requires
all three [services]. what they do in a safe to know what they need from us if we get We’re trying to mini- setting.” Cosgrove says we’re there first,” he said. mize the scene time to give the hospital lucky in Ladysmith “With the ambulance, as much time as pos- that the fire depart- if we get on scene besible; that’s why it’s ment is so quick to get fore them, it’s good to important we know to the scene of a col- know what they need.” Delcourt says they what we’re doing at lision. the scene. The short- “Often, they do get are hoping to do a trier we keep the scene to the scene before service training sestime getting someone us, but it’s also good sion like this annually. out safely, the more time surgeons at the hospital can have to save the patient.” For the RCMP, Const. Tim Cosgrove says this training session was a chance to see what the procedures are for the fire department and for the paramedics and see how police officers can help. “At an accident scene, our first priority is safety, including the first responders,” he said. “We want to know how we can best serve them as they’re dealing with cars and people. We want to know what they need from us, Selection of and they want to know what we need from them.” • • costumes Like Delcourt and & accessories Van Der Minne, Cos• wigs • face paints grove feels it’s very • decorations important for the firefighters, paramedics ... for a hauntingly and police officers good time! to work together and know each other’s roles. “It’s good to know what they’re doing,” OPEN: 9:00 - 6:00 Daily Open Late Thurs & Fri Sun. & Holidays 9:00-5:30 he said of the auto Coronation Mall, Ladysmith extrication training. 250-245-5856 “It’s a good way to see
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The Heiress ‘full of great characters’ Mike D’Amour THE CHRONICLE
It’s been a theatrical staple for more than 65 years, now the Ladysmith Little Theatre has inherited The Heiress. “Absolutely audiences will enjoy this play,” said director Bill Johnston. “This is top-notch, and I’m not just saying that because I’m in charge of it,” he said. “I think everything from the actors to the costumes and the set are incredible.” Written in 1947 by Ruth and Augustus Goetz, The Heiress, based on Henry James’ novel, Washington Square, has been performed many times. “There have been a few adaptations over the years,” said Johnston. “Of course the famous movie version that won Olivia de Havilland an Oscar for best actress, and there’s been a recent revival on Broadway.” The play is about a young woman, Catherine Sloper, who lives with her father, a man who begrudges the fact his wife died giving birth to Catherine. “The mother was a great beauty, a clever, charming woman,” said Johnston. The daughter, unfortunately, inherited
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Dave Ehle and Lynnia Clark rehearse a scene from The Heiress, the next play in the Ladysmith Little Theatre season. The Heiress, which is being directed by Bill Johnston, runs Oct. 24 to Nov. 10.M MIKE DIETRICH none of those traits. “So, when a young man — who’s a bit of a fortune hunter — comes along and takes an interest in her, the father immediately wants to break them up,” said Johnston. Catherine decides to follow her heart and finds the price of her desires is the threat of disinheritance from her father. Ultimately, The Heiress is a tale of love and regret, duty and desire and ultimate empowerment.
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Despite the somber tone, Johnston said the play has plenty of comedy. “It’s extremely well written, cleverly written,” he said. “What’s really nice is the comedy comes from the characters and how they react to any given situation.” What’s more is this is a play with one terrific ending, he said. Nine actors take part
in the two-act play, and Kyla Mitrovic plays the lead. “She’s an incredible, award-winning actress and we’re so lucky to have her,” said Johnston, who was quick to point out his entire cast is gifted. “People should know this is not a boring play,” he said. “It’s a period piece, but not a staid boring piece
— it’s full of great characters.” The play runs Oct. 24 to Nov. 10 at Ladysmith Little Theatre (www.ladysmith theatre.com/).
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I’ve always been a fan of spooky stories and sitting on the edge-of-your-seat plots. But unfortunately, Chemainus Theatre’s version of Bram Stoker’s Dracula didn’t get one scream, gasp, or jump out of my seat from me. Although the theatre’s latest Edwardian, Sherlock Holmes-style world of the Count created by director Bernard Cuffling had several cool factors, it was slack in its scariness. The excitement, anger and fear from character’s Ian Butcher’s Count Dracula Dr. Seward (Erin Ormond), was stellar, but overall the Seward’s daughter and Chemainus Theatre adapDracula victim Lucy Seward tation of the classic needs (Masae Day) and Lucy’s hus- sharper fangs. Andrew Leong band Jonathan Harker (Daryl King) fell a tad flat. And Lucy’s bed, was pretty nifty, the signature Psycho-esque as well as his pasty face apshower scene shriek used pearing in the painting. The closing stage set shift, in Cuffling’s bat scenes was overkill. A less recognizable where Renfield, Dracula, sound effect would have Van Helsing, Dr. Seward and Harker, travelled into been much more spookier. Standout players includ- the crypt, was amazing and ed the Count himself (Ian probably the coolest part Butcher), Ted Cole as Dutch of the production. That and doctor Abraham Van Helsing the final scene slaying of the and Ian Harmon as nutjob man in black. Dracula runs until Nov. 9. Renfield. Dracula’s first appearance, Call the theatre box office at rising from the floor beside 250-246-9800 for showtimes.
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You’ll find community, costumes and cyclocross this Sunday at Transfer Beach. Ladysmith hosts Crosstoberfest, the fourth race in the Cross on the Rock series, Sunday, Oct. 27, starting at 11 a.m. This will be the third year Cross on the Rock cyclocross series comes to Ladysmith. “It’s by far our most beautiful venue we use,” said Normon Thibault, who organizes the race series with Wendy Simms and the Council of Cross. “Even if it’s bad weather, it’s very picturesque. We have a great course mapped out. Every year, Mike and Tara Pollock refine the course, and it’s just been getting better and better.” Thibault says the kids’ course at Transfer Beach is one of the better ones because it’s so central, and the atmosphere is fun because the race is so close to Halloween. “A lot of people race in costumes; there’s been some crazy costumes over the years, which makes it a little more fun too,” he said. Crosstoberfest was the second-most popular race in the Cross on the Rock series in 2012, with 208 racers. The Cross on the Rocks series as a whole has been growing each year. The first Island Cup Series was held in 2006 with 159 riders and has increased each year. There were 331 participants in 2011, and that number jumped to 438 in 2012. Thibault thinks the family-friendly and competitive-but-not-cutthroat atmosphere helps makes cyclocross popular. “The races are hard, but they’re not super long so you don’t have to train a lot,” he said. “You can do a race with minimal fitness. You can do well without a lot of training. People make fun of themselves, but they also want to do well. It accommodates such a wide range of people, and nobody really cares. It’s competitive, but that’s not the main focus. The main focus is just going out and having fun. It’s just not cutthroat.” “We just want to keep the focus on fun
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This Sunday’s Crosstoberfest cyclocross race at Transfer Beach features a kids’ race so the whole family can get involved. Registration is at 10 a.m., a beginner clinic takes place at 10:15 a.m., and racing starts at 11 a.m. FILE PHOTO events, a safe environment and atmosphere where families can come,” he added. “We have families where all four or five people are racing throughout the day. That to us is super, super cool since both Wendy and I have kids. It provides a really cool introductory environment for more families to get into bike racing.” Pollock, the local organizer of the event, says Crosstoberfest has grown over the years, and with the way the Cross on the Rocks races have been going so far this year, she thinks it’s going to be another big number. Pollock thinks the location has a lot to do with Crosstoberfest’s popularity. “Transfer Beach is absolutely beautiful, so when people come to race, they’re racing by the ocean and all kinds of terrain,” she said. “The location is also very central. We’ve gotten rave reviews of Transfer Beach overall as a course — it has beach, hills, mud, everything the racers like.” This year, a number of new sponsors have come on board to make Crosstoberfest even more of a community event.
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Old Town Bakery will supply cinnamon buns as prizes, and the Ladysmith Lions Club will serve bratwurst to fit the Crosstoberfest theme — and they’ll be using meat from Bouma Meats. Wolf Brewing in Nanaimo is sponsoring the beer garden, while Black and White Coffee in Crofton and Cowichan Cycles are also involved. “It’s really a community-driven event,” said Pollock. “The Town of Ladysmith has been great too in putting this together.” Crosstoberfest takes place Sunday, Oct. 27 at 11 a.m. at Transfer Beach. A beginner clinic will take place at 10:15 a.m. Once the racing gets going, there will be categories for beginner men and women, youth men and women, intermediate men and women, children younger than 12, masters men, open women, and expert. Anyone interested in participating can register online at www.raceonline.ca/ events/details/?id=469. There is registration on the day of the race at 10 a.m., but Pollock encourages people to pre-register, as it will make everything go quicker.
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Predeceased by his parents, 3 brothers and a sister in Poland; daughter, Halina (Krygier) Nosky January 10, 1994. Survived by his loving wife Leokadia Krygier, children Wanda (John) Knudsen of Ladysmith and Irene Krygier of Nanaimo; granddaughter Michelle Nosky (Mike Brierley) of Nanaimo, great-grandson Orval R. Delcourt, great-great-grandson Kayden Delcourt; also other nieces and nephews in Poland. Dad and Mom immigrated to Canada in 1950 living in Val-dâ€™Or, Quebec for 14 months where Dad worked in a gold mine. We came to Vancouver Island in May 1951 and Dad got a job as a logger within one week of arrival. When he retired he enjoyed ďŹ shing and growing a garden and then giving it all away. Dad belonged to the Polish Organization in Nanaimo for many years. Mass will be celebrated at St Maryâ€™s Catholic Church, 1135 - 4th Avenue, Ladysmith on October 23, 2013 at 11:00 a.m. Father Robert Mmegwa Celebrant. Refreshments to follow in the Catholic Church Hall. Cremation to follow. Flowers are gratefully declined, donations in Chesterâ€™s memory to the charity of your choice. Condolences may be offered at firstname.lastname@example.org Telfordâ€™s of Ladysmith 250-245-5553
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Linda Ann Granger February 18, 1952 â€“ 0ctober 14, 2013
Linda was born, in Victoria B.C. to Arthur and Mary Froud (deceased), she is survived by her grandson Ayden Kirkpatrick, son Cameron Senum and his wife Diane Schimpl, sister Donna Riddler (Bob), brother Bernie Froud (Ronnie) and many nieces and nephews. After raising her son Linda returned to university to complete her BFA in Adult Education and worked as part of the team at Service Canada for 23 years. She enjoyed photography and crafts of all sorts, forever curious she was constantly taking courses and learning new hobbies while still reďŹ ning the old ones. Linda gave back to the community through much volunteer work with both hospice and adult tutoring organizations. Throughout her life she loved spending time in nature gardening, hiking and camping. Linda cared for countless pets over the years, horses, dogs, cats and birds and is survived by Frida a pet rescue from Mexico. In lieu of ďŹ‚owers the family requests donations to be made to Mex-Can pet partners. There will be an open house memorial in celebration of Lindaâ€™s life at Sands Funeral Chapel,187 Trunk Road, Duncan, BC on Saturday October 26th between 11am and 1 pm. Sands of Duncan 250 746 5212
NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND OTHERS IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF GEORGE OLIVER HENN also known as GEORGE HENN also known as GEORGE O. HENN, formerly of 1138 Stillin Drive, Ladysmith, British Columbia. Creditors and others having claims against the estate of the above-named deceased are hereby notified under section 38 of the Trustee Act that particulars of their claims should be sent to the Executors, at #405 - 235 Bastion Street, Nanaimo, British Columbia, V9R 3A3, on or before December 2, 2013, after which date the Executors will distribute the said estate among the parties entitled to it, having regard to the claims of which the Executors then have notice. Dawn Richards and Harold Henn, Executors by Bastion Law Group Attention: Ronald Peters. Telephone: (250) 753-5372
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Business Manager Ladysmith Maritime Society (LMS) The Business Manager, working seamlessly with the Marina Manager, provides the leadership essential to engage volunteer resources across the broad spectrum of LMS activities to achieve our vision of â€œServing our Communityâ€?. Accountabilities include: s ADMINISTRATION AND MANAGEMENT OF ,-3 BUSINESS s INTERNAL AND EXTERNAL COMMUNICATIONS AND MARKETING s RELATIONSHIPS WITH MEMBERS MOORERS VOLUNTEERS AND EXTERNAL STAKEHOLDERS s LEADERSHIP OF VOLUNTEER RECRUITMENT s DEVELOPMENT OF LONG TERM PLANS s SUPPORT TO ,-3 "OARD OF $IRECTORS The Business Manager will report to the President and will attend all board meetings. 4HIS POSITION MAY BE EITHER FULL TIME OR PART TIME &ULL TIME ANNUAL SALARY RANGE IS View further details at: http://www.ladysmithmaritimesociety.ca Applications to be submitted by 5:00 p.m. November 8, 2013 to: email@example.com
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TRADES, TECHNICAL AUTOMATED TANK Manufacturing Inc. located in Kitscoty, Alberta, 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 780-846-2231 (OfďŹ ce), 780-846-2241 (Fax). 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. JOURNEYMAN HEAVY DUTY MECHANIC is required for coastal logging operations near Woss, BC. Year round employment with full benefits. Further details can be found at www.hdlogging.com Please fax resume to 250-287-9259.
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DAD'S GROUP - Drop In Breakfast - Program of the Ladysmith Resources Centre Association. 630 - 2nd Ave., Upper Floor, Saturdays, 10 - noon. 250-245-3079.
Rentals Available Ladysmith: 54-941 Malone Road. 3 bedroom, 3 bathroom condo with fantastic view $1100/mo. WANTED Quality Rentals to add to our Property Management Portfolio
ALZHEIMER/DEMENTIA SUPPORT GROUP Meets 2nd & 4th Tuesdays. Call Jane Hope, Alzheimer Society of BC at 250-734-4170.
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COMMERCIAL/INDUSTRIAL COMMERCIAL SPACE for rent in Ladysmith. 276 sq ft. Suitable for hair salon or office, storefront parking, popular 1st Avenue building. Available now 250-245-4525. Industrial Building in Ladysmith, 1000 sq ft shop c/w 12â€™ overhead door & office, gas heat, 3 phase power. 250-245-4525.
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HOMES FOR RENT HOUSE for rent in Ladysmith. 2bdrm, 2 bath, W/D, F/S, MW, DW, covered car parking for 1, big back yard, harbour view, back deck, partial renovation, new heating system, new bathrooms. $1100/mo. Call Al @250-327-2228
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SHARED ACCOMMODATION LADYSMITH: CLOSE to Transfer Beach and town. Share modern renoâ€™d house, 11â€™ ceilings, lrg deck. All utils & wifi inclâ€™d, NP/NS, refâ€™s, adult, $550. (250)245-0295. NORTH NANAIMO: Attention Students/Working Professionals: fully furnished room, nice, quiet area. Own bathroom, cable, FREE WiFi, shared kitchen and laundry. N/S, N/P, no partiers. $550/mo. Avail. immediately. 250-756-9746
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Up Coming CHEMAINUS GARDEN CLUB MEETING - Tues, Nov 5, 1 pm at Calvary Baptist Church, 3319 River Rd in Chemainus. Speaker Dennis Plante - Harvest House Food Bank on the â€œplant a rowâ€? program. Guests welcome, door prize, brag table. $2 drop-
TRUCKS & VANS 2001 Honda Civic, 183,000 km. Very clean, runs perfect. New brakes. $4500. (250)7326166.
SUITES, UPPER LADYSMITH: 2-BDRM, spacious, bright. W/D. Dec. 1. N/S. $650/mo. 250-667-1555.
LADYSMITH LEGION DRUM & BELL CORPS - is in desperate need of new members - especially drummers. We have the equipment and will teach you how to use it. Practice on Tuesdays, 7:30 - 8:30 pm, upstairs in the Legion Hall. For info call Dorothy Reith 250-722-2945 or Eileen Chandler 250-245-2077. Come out and give it a try!
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TREE PROGRAMS Now taking new volunteer signups for an upcoming training session. Improve quality of life for shut-in or isolated seniors by scheduled weekly contact. Call Barb at 245-3079.
On Going BORN HEALTHY - a program for pregnant women and new moms. Check out â€œBorn Healthy Ladysmithâ€? on Facebook or call Kate at 250-245-3079 (the LRCA). Wednesdays from 10-1:30 with drop-in office hours for one-on-one on Mon and Tues from 10-1:30.
LADYSMITH ARCHIVES - Volunteers required, computer skills an asset, ph. 250-245-0100, 9-2 Mon to Thurs.
LADYSMITH MENTAL HEALTH SUPPORT GROUP Meets on the 1st & 3rd Friday of the month 1:30 pm basement of Ladysmith Resource Centre.
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SOCIETY Ladysmith Days. Ladysmith city hall, on 3rd Tuesday of every month, 7 pm 250-245-2263. www. ladysmithdays.com
COWICHAN VALLEY HOSPICE Emotional support for those facing a life threatening illness, family and friends and for those grieving the death of a loved one. 1-888-7014242. Group, telephone & individual support available. NORTH OYSTER HISTORICAL SOCIETY Engraved bricks fundraiser. Info call Bob Handel at 250-245-0919. SINGLE LADIES: INTERESTED IN MAKING NEW FRIENDS? We are a small group of ladies, mostly over the age of 60 who meet once a week for coffee and good conversation. We sometimes go on outings as well. If you think you might be interested, please call Sheila at 250245-2985. LADYSMITH AND DISTRICT HISTORICAL SOCIETY - urgently requires volunteers as Museum hosts, also, the archives need interested people to assist with research etc. 250-2450100. LADYSMITH SALTAIR GARDEN CLUB Every third Thur at 7:30 pm, First United Church Hall, (corner of High St & 3rd Ave) with in-garden meetings June, July, August. Come& grow with us! New members always welcome. $10 membership, $2 drop-in. LINE DANCING Chemainus Seniors Drop In Centre. Tuesdays, 10
Ladysmith Chemainus Chronicle Tuesday, October 22, 2013 17 www.ladysmithchronicle.com A17 BANK - Open Tues KINSMEN/BROWN - 11 a.m. Jo Kelly: 250mornings 9 - 12. 630 DR. PLAYGROUND 245-1185. Second Ave, Ladysmith. PROJECT HAS SET UP A FUNDRAISING AL-ANON LADYSMITH DOWNTOWN Meets Tuesdays, 7:30 pm ACCOUNT at the BUSINESS ASSOCIATION Junction Bottle Depot, on downstairs at Ladysmith - meets on the third Thurs Ludlow Rd. in Ladysmith. Resource Centre of each month, 7:30 am Take your empties to Association. upstairs at the Legion. This the bottle depot, funds dedicated group of business credited to the Kin. Park NARCOTICS owners discuss everything Playground account. ANONYOMOUS business-related in Meets Sundays, 7-8 pm Ladysmith from partnerships NANAIMO/LADYSMITH Downstairs at Ladysmith with organizations, COMMUNITY BAND Resource Centre upcoming events, business Wednesdays, 6:30 pm, Association. strategies and tips, NDSS Band Room. New website performance and members welcome in DUPLICATE BRIDGE sometimes, a guest speaker. concert and/or dance CLUB Meets Tuesdays weekly, 1 band. Ted: 250-722-3088. CHRONIC PAIN pm. Beginners welcome. SUPPORT GROUP Town and Country Mobile LADYSMITH HEALTH CARE AUXILIARY - New meets 3rd Mon of each Home Park. 250-245month 5:15-6:45 volunteers are welcome. 4522. Please pick up application Ladysmith Community Health Centre - 1111-4th form at the Thrift Store or LADYSMITH LEGION Ave, Room 101 phone 250-245-5225. LADIES AUXILIARY www.chronicpainsupport. Meets 2nd Wednesdays ca 250-667-5587 LADYSMITH FOOD monthly, 7 pm. NANAIMO-CEDAR FARMERâ€™S INSTITUTE Cedar United Church Hall. 2nd Thursdays Oct. to June. Visitors welcome. Info: 250-722-3397. PROBUS CLUB OF LADYSMITH (for information see www. probus.org), meets every third Wed morning of the month at the new Seniors' Centre Hall, 2nd Ave. and Buller St. Doors 9.30. No mtg. in August. Call Vince Devries 245-0907 or Don Fisher 245-5965.
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LADYSMITH HEALTHCARE AUXILIARY GIFT SHOP is in need of volunteer clerks for our shop at the Healthcare Centre. We are also looking for knitters to contribute to our shops. For more information please call Cathy @ 250-245-2240.
DO YOU WANT TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE IN YOUR COMMUNITY? Kiwi Cove Community Garden is looking for volunteers to grow organic produce for the Ladysmith Food Bank. Please contact Bill Tilland 250-924-5269.
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• Want to help a Ladysmith musician in the Peak Performance Project? From now until Friday, Oct. 25 at 5 p.m., you can vote for Ryan McMahon and his band, the lion the bear the fox, online at http:// peakperformanceproject.com/vote/ and help them get one step closer
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What’s your hometown? “Ladysmith.” What do you do?
What do you like most about your community? “Everything; it is really nice.”
What scares you more than anything else in the world? “Heights.” If you were Empress of Vancouver Island, what would your first imperial proclamation be? “Bring Justin Bieber to Ladysmith.”
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out what helped or hindered them when they were trying to get started,” states the Chamber. • Would you consider sponsoring a family to attend Ladysmith Family and Friends (LaFF)’s Breakfast with Santa event? Every year, LaFF gives away tickets through the Food Bank and the Born Healthy Program and to local families in need. Spread the cheer and sponsor a family today by contacting laffexecutivedirector@ shaw.ca or 250-2100870.
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merce says it is fortunate to have secured an intern from the Vancouver Island MBA program, Daljit Kaur, to work on the Chamber’s Business Centre Project this semester. “Daljit’s assignment has three aspects: preparing user-friendly material on how to start a new business in Ladysmith, preparing an inventory of available commercial and industrial rental properties in our community, and to interview some of the newer businesses in town to find
“I’m a Grade 4 student at Ladysmith Intermediate School.”
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Festival of Lights? Your chance is coming up Sunday, Nov. 3 when the Festival of Lights Society hosts a work party to decorate downtown Ladysmith. Volunteers are needed to help put up lights and decorations, starting at 9 a.m. Anyone with a bucket truck or ladder truck would be a great help. If you’d like to help out, please call 250245-5888 or 250-2452263 or meet at the 49th Parallel Grocery upper parking lot at 9 a.m. • The Ladysmith Chamber of Com-
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to winning up to $102,700 for their career. • Ladysmith Family and Friends (LaFF) is holding its Family/Baby Garage Sale Saturday, Oct. 26 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Aggie Hall. If you’d like to rent a table, contact LaFF through Facebook at https:// www.facebook.com/ LaFFFamilyBabyGarageSale or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or a LaFF staff member. There will be amazing deals on a variety of great family items. • Want to help out with the Ladysmith
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