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It’s It’s all all going going underground. underground. That’s That’s the the word word from from BC BC Hydro Hydro and contractor SNC-Lavalin and contractor SNC-Lavalin Inc. Inc. regarding regarding the the $1 $1 billion billion project project to to replace replace the the John John Hart Hart Generating Generating Station. Station. “The “The replacement replacement facility facility will will improve power reliability improve power reliability and and seisseismic mic safety, safety, and and make make itit easier easier for for BC BC Hydro Hydro to to protect protect fish fish habitat habitat in in an an area area of of the the world world renowned renowned for for its its salmon, salmon,”” said said BC BC Hydro Hydro spokesman spokesman Stephen Stephen Watson Watson in in aa news news release. release. On On Tuesday Tuesday morning, morning, BC BC Hydro Hydro announced announced that that Montreal-based Montreal-based SNC-Lavalin SNC-Lavalin had had been been selected selected as as the the preferred preferred contractor contractor following following aa 19-month-long 19-month-long bidding bidding process. process. The The biggest biggest surprise surprise though though was was news news the the generating generating station station would would also also go go underground. underground. Hydro Hydro had had already already planned planned to to build build aa 2.1-kilo2.1-kilometre metre tunnel tunnel to to replace replace the the woodwoodstave pipelines that bring water stave pipelines that bring water from from John John Hart Hart Lake Lake to to the the generating generating stastation. tion. But But when when everything’s everything’s complete complete by by 2018, 2018, the the ugly ugly concrete concrete generatgenerating ing station station –– that that now now sits sits at at the the head head of of the the river river –– will will be be gone gone for for good. good. According According to to the the plan, plan, the the new new generating generating station station and and turbines turbines will will be be built built 70-100 70-100 metres metres underground underground and and about about 500 500 metres metres up up General General Hill Hill from from the the existing existing power power plant. plant. “Once “Once the the water water passes passes through through

the the station station itit will will continue continue through through the the remaining remaining section section of of the the tunnel tunnel at at low low velocity velocity and and discharge discharge into into the the river river at at the the entrance entrance to to Elk Elk Falls Falls Canyon, Canyon,”” said said Watson. Watson. Two of Two of the the three three big big surge surge towtowers ers currently currently in in place place will will have have to to come come down. down. The The third third one one will will be be left left because because itit supports supports communicommunications cations equipment equipment and and will will act act as as aa landmark for pilots approaching landmark for pilots approaching Campbell Campbell River River Airport. Airport. The The announcement announcement also also comes comes at at aa good time for SNC-Lavalin, good time for SNC-Lavalin, one one of of the the world’s world’s leading leading engineering engineering and and construction construction groups. groups. In In the the third third quarter quarter of of 2013, 2013, the the company company reported reported losses losses of of $72.7 $72.7 million. million. Fast Fast Facts Facts n n Work Work will will begin begin in in 2014 2014 and and will will be be complete complete by by the the end end of of 2018. 2018. n n The The project project is is budgeted budgeted at at $940 $940 million. million. n n ItIt will will create create an an average average of of about about 400 jobs per year over the five 400 jobs per year over the five years years of of construction. construction. BC BC Hydro Hydro will will be be working working with with the the contractor contractor on on their their construction construction plan plan and and the the forecasted forecasted job job projections. projections. n n You You can can check check out out construcconstruction tion progress progress at at BC BC Hydro’s Hydro’s project project interpretive interpretive centre centre which which opened opened this this week week at at the the new new parking parking lot lot by by Elk Elk Falls. Falls. The The centre centre is is open open TuesTuesdays days and and Thursdays, Thursdays, 9:30 9:30 a.m. a.m. to to 44 p.m. p.m. The The days days and and hours hours of of operaoperaContinued Continued on on Pg. Pg. 5 5

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Not forgotten Barney Bernard, representing Royal Canadian Legion, Branch #137, salutes before laying a wreath

Barney Bernard, representing Royal Canadian Legion, Branch #137, salutes before laying a wreath at at the the downtown downtown cenotaph cenotaph during during Monday’s Monday’s Remembrance Remembrance Day Day services. services. See See page page 3 3 for for more more pictures and www.campbellrivermirror.com for a video review of the event. pictures and www.campbellrivermirror.com for a video review of the event.

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just in time for Remembrance Day. “They are installed on the light standards at the intersection of 11th and Cedar and the corner of Shoppers Row and 11th Ave.,” said Drew Hadfield, the city’s transportation manager. While the new street blades are up, Veterans Way does not replace the name 11th Avenue. Rather, Veterans Way is an honourary, or co-

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A portion of 11th Avenue leading to the cenotaph and front the Legion has been officially proclaimed veteran’s Way.

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As hundreds of people gathered around the cenotaph Monday morning to pay their respects, brand-new street signs not far away were honouring our veterans too. The street blades, which proclaim a portion of 11th Avenue as Veterans Way, were put up by the city on Friday,

name, for the portion of 11th Avenue from Cedar Street to the four-way stop at Shoppers Row. The intent was to have the name on the same street as the Royal Canadian Legion and on the road that leads up to the cenotaph in Spirit Square. The suggestion was first brought to council by Mayor Walter Jakeway shortly after last year’s Remembrance

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tion will depend on public interest, the season, and the various stages of the project. The centre features wall panels and an interpretive touch screen that covers John Hart’s history, present operation, construction activities and future look. The centre is located off Brewster Lake Road. n BC Hydro, on behalf of SNC-Lavalin, is providing general contact information for people or companies looking for subcontracting opportunities, jobs, supplies and accommodation support. E-mail JohnHartProject@snclavalin.com or fax 604-331-4644.

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Two cranes hoist a new 120-foot-long bridge into place near Elk Falls. The bridge spans BC Hydro’s woodstave pipelines and is part of the project to replace the generating station.

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There were several challenges in getting the bridge in place. First and foremost was to shore up both sides so that a potential disaster wouldn’t allow the bridge to damage the pipelines. There were also considerations given to fibre optics, power lines, roads and more.

Finally, two cranes were brought in to lower the bridge into place. “The bridge went were it was supposed to go!” said BC Hydro spokesman Stephen Watson, who added that the trail leading to the new bridge is wheelchair accessible with no more than a five per cent grade.

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The city says it will make changes to the corner at St. Ann’s and Shoppers Row after witnessing bus drivers trying to navigate the narrow turn. In early October, shortly after St. Ann’s was re-opened to traffic, the Mirror reported that transit drivers often have to turn into the oncoming traffic’s left turn lane on St. Ann’s in order to make the right-hand turn onto St. Ann’s from Shoppers Row. At the time, Ron Neufeld, the city’s general manager of operations, said the city was interested to hear concerns and feedback and that the St. Ann’s intersection was still under construction. Nearly a month later, Neufeld said he sees that changes could be made. “In response to some of the comments we were hearing about the intersection of Shoppers Row and St. Ann’s, we did some field testing with our city transit buses to determine if

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minor adjustments to the curbing could be made to improve turning movements,” Neufeld said. “This process helped identify a few simple adjustments that we will be making to the curb at the intersection while the project is still under construction.” Construction crews are still looking at how best to improve the corner but options include shaving or reducing the curb angle where it juts out at the bottom of St. Ann’s. St. Ann’s was closed to traffic from July to early October while the city dug up the road to make improvements to underground infrastructure such as storm pipes,

water mains, and sewer pipes. During construction, Mayor Walter Jakeway sent an e-mail to council on Sept. 11 suggesting the layout of the curbs and islands may need to be adjusted before paving began. But Jakeway said nothing was done, paving went ahead and the road was subsequently reopened. It wasn’t long before Jakeway started receiving complaints from the public. “Council needs to make a big noise and the public needs to make a big noise,” Jakeway stressed in early October. “It’s foolishness. So they should yell and scream and maybe they’ll make the roads wider.” Now it seems Jakeway is getting his wish. But while improvements appear to be on the horizon, Neufeld said it will still be awhile. “We have asked the contractor to include these adjustments in their work plan, but of course, we are still giving priority to getting the roadwork completed

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on Alder, Beech and Dubeau,” Neufeld said. “Once these roads are reopened to traffic, we will have the opportunity to go back to the intersection of Shoppers Row and St. Ann’s to make the adjustments to the curb.” Alder Street is currently closed to traffic between St. Ann’s and 10th Avenue while Beech and Dubeau also remain closed. Paving, however, is mostly complete on the Dubeau alley behind CIBC. The $4.05 million project is expected to last into the New Year.

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Online voting on the horizon Our municipalities and province likely won’t be using Internet voting to help determine election results anytime soon. That doesn’t mean we won’t eventually be using such a method to cast our ballots in future. We say: There An independent panel tasked by is no reason to Elections B.C. to study Internet voting stop investigating recommended that any such system not be implemented in time for the online voting upcoming municipal election, nor the next B.C. vote. But it did suggest that a technical committee be struck to look into the matter further and that the legislature

should support jurisdictions that wish to pursue the option in future. The preliminary report offered less than lukewarm support for the idea. It confirmed that making voting easier for people in this way – those who are incapacitated, can’t work a trip to their local polling station into their schedule, or are too lazy to do so come to mind – has not been shown in other jurisdictions to significantly increase voter turnout. Increasing voter turnout at any level still comes down to individuals and parties doing the legwork and convincing non-voters of the importance of getting engaged in their communities, and potentially making a

difference through casting their ballot. That said, the world is fast becoming an all-digital environment, where computers and cellphones can be used for virtually any transaction. While the report states the current system of voting is trusted by those who vote, that factor will become less meaningful as time goes on and generations that have grown up with technology become our communities’ core voters. We may not have the most efficient or system-improving Internet voting experiences to draw from yet, but now is the best time to begin investigating this option, to be ready for when it is the best alternative. – Black Press

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Helping seniors’ independence Did you know, falls account for 85 per cent of all injuries among seniors in B.C. and are the main reason why older adults lose their independence? When seniors fall, the consequences can be serious. In fact, falls were the leading cause of injury deaths among B.C. seniors in 2010. Increased fall risk can occur for a variety of reasons, usually from a lack of balance or inability to recover balance due to age-related physical or mental health problems, impaired mobility or vision, a reaction to medication(s), or slip and trip hazards. Falls usually happen at home, and women over 65 years are 2.3 times more likely to be hospitalized for a fall-related injury then men—many of these involve hip fractures. Nearly 1-in-10 hospitalizations among B.C. seniors were due to a fall last year and 40 percent of fall-related hospitalizations involved a hip fracture. Approximately one quarter of older adults who live independently prior to a hip fracture may need to live in a facility for a period of time following a fall-related fracture. A contributing factor is that seniors may become afraid of falling, so they restrict their activities and this can lead to weak muscles, stiff joints and poor balance, resulting in more falls. The good news is that most falls are predictable and can be prevented by taking simple steps to reduce fall risk. To raise awareness about the importance of reducing falls and related injuries among B.C.’s aging population and to encourage leadership and collaboration across the province, BC supports seniors’ fall prevention by proclaiming the first week in November as Seniors’ Fall Prevention Awareness Week.

Untangling the mess of oil pipeline politics

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Reaction was swift and scattered after the “framework agreement” on new oil pipelines announced last week by B.C. Premier Christy Clark and Alberta Premier Alison Redford. First, here’s what it doesn’t mean. “B.C. blinked,” according to one Toronto commentator, based on the popular notion that B.C. gave up its claim to a share of Alberta’s resource royalties from heavy oil. Clark never made such a claim, so it would be difficult to give it up. Her often-repeated condition of a “fair share” of revenues from any new oil pipelines is purposely vague, but after repeated protests from Alberta, Clark clarified as far back as last June that provincial royalties are not on the table. There is no constitutional way to

make such a demand, a point Redford has made several times. NDP leader Adrian Dix and the usual chorus of professional protesters claimed that Clark flip-flopped, opposing the Enbridge Northern Gateway proposal before the election and then embracing it once she was re-elected. This is also inaccurate. Clark’s  five conditions were set out before the May election, demanding approval by a federal environmental review, “worldleading” spill prevention and response capability on land and at sea, meeting legal requirements to consult and share benefits with aboriginal communities, and the undefined “fair share” for B.C. Clark said numerous times during the campaign that the conditions have not been met, and made pessimistic noises

about Northern Gateway, but she very carefully did not campaign against it. The B.C. Liberal platform also endorsed a Kitimat-area oil refinery proposed by this newspaper’s owner, and Clark repeatedly referred to that sort of industrial expansion as one of the potential “fair share” components for B.C. The B.C. Liberal government made its opposition to Northern Gateway “as currently proposed” official on May 31, two weeks after the election, in its final submission to the federal review panel. If Clark had wanted to jump on the antipipeline bandwagon for political gain, that move could have been made earlier. NDP environment critic Spencer Chandra Herbert said the B.C. government has taken the position that more oil will reach the West Coast, by rail if

not by pipeline. I’m not sure if or when that claim was made, but it’s true that rail shipments are already permitted. Here’s what Redford and Clark agreed on. Redford accepts B.C.’s five conditions, provincial royalties excluded, and Clark endorsed Redford’s proposed “Canadian Energy Strategy,” which B.C. rejected last year. A draft of the strategy released last summer contains no specifics on how it would facilitate a pipeline project from Alberta to B.C. It talks about developing Canada’s energy reserves and at the same time somehow reducing greenhouse gas emissions, and promises a final version next spring. Oh, and Quebec refuses to participate. Tw i t t e r : @ t o m f l e t c h e r b c E-mail: tfletcher@blackpress.ca


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An organic compost facility in Campbell River could save the city millions of dollars in improvement costs, says the city’s general manager of operations. A compost centre could accommodate the city’s biosolids, which are digested at the city’s Norm Wood Environmental Centre. If the city continues with its current practise, however, the centre’s biosolids treatment plant will need to be expanded long-term. A solution is to process the biosolids at the proposed compost centre. “If we put the compost facility here it would allow us to alter or eliminate the expansion of the waste treatment plant,” said Ron Neufeld on

Thursday afternoon during a tour of the Norm Wood Environmental Centre grounds. Neufeld said an organics facility could save the city $2.5 million in capital costs to upgrade the biosolids treatment plant. The city is looking to site the treatment plant on 10 hectares of land available at the Norm Wood Environmental Centre. The plan is to build the facility large enough to accommodate organics from the entire region – including the Comox Valley, Gold River, Tahsis and Zeballos. The initiative is part of the Comox Strathcona Solid Waste Management Plan. Campbell River was chosen as the best location for the regionalwide centre for efficiency reasons.

With waste to be trucked from the Campbell River dump’s transfer station to the Comox Valley landfill, it wouldn’t make sense to have empty trucks returning to Campbell River, according to Neufeld. With the compost centre here, trucks could take their load of waste from the Campbell River transfer station to the Cumberland landfill, pick-up organics in the Comox Valley and truck them back to Campbell River for drop-off at the compost centre. Wit h t h e C amp bell River landfill near capacity, the compost facility will play a role in expanding its life span. Amber Zirnhelt, the city’s sustainability manager, estimates organics make up 35 per cent of our household waste. “If we divert it all,

it would make a huge impact with the landfill near capacity,” Zirnhelt said. Waste that would be accommodated by the compost centre would include food scraps from households and restaurants, yard waste and possibly some industrial organic waste. The city estimates the amount of material going into the compost facility could be up to 11,000 tonnes per year, depending on regional participation. The city is preparing to issue a Request for Proposals in early 2014 to seek out a company to build the facility. The city is looking for a public-private partnership and has not ruled out allowing a private company to not only build, but finance, operate and own the facility.

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Neufeld said once the Request for Proposals is issued and answered, the city will have a better idea as to the size and logistics of the proposed facility. “We have not prescribed a particular model,” Neufeld said. “What role the private partner will play is still to be determined. They could be the operator, they could be the operator and financer.” Neufeld said the City of Campbell River could enter into an agreement similar to the Community Centre, which was privately built and financed and then leased to the city for 10 years after which time the city took ownership. The city expects to select a company to take on the compost facility sometime in the first few months of 2014.

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hose aren’t totem poles lined up at Stories Beach. Rather, they’ll become bird houses and natural storm breaks as part of an innovative pilot project by the Ministry of Transportation. “We’re not building a big, high wall to keep the ocean in – this is definitely more of a green shore,” said Sean Wong, a senior biologist with the ministry. Wong, along with a team of three people and one equipment operator, began work last week

to stabilize about 200 metres of beachfront that borders the Island Highway. The original plan was to spend about $100,000 to put in riprap and create a more level beach which could help mitigate storm damage to the highway. But as Wong points out, that usually means the effects of damaging storms are pushed further along the beach, typically in the direction of the prevailing wind and tide. In this case, that would be north there’s a stream, property and homes. The rip-rap look is also so 1970s when

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the engineering rule of thumb was “controlling nature” with as much concrete as possible. But Stories Beach will be different, says Wong, who adds the project has the approval of Fisheries and Oceans Canada. With a budget of approximately $25,000 – one-quarter of the original plan – he’s brought in logs and stumps from forestry burn piles, and has used existing driftwood, to stabilize the beach while maintaing a far more natural look. “Our goal is to mimic the natural beachfront – we’re trying to avoid a sterile, non-natural look,” he says.

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The Ministry of Highways has used a “green approach” pilot project to stabilize Stories Beach. The work will help protect the Island Highway from winter storm damage.

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attention to aesthetics. Natural plants and grasses have been planted throughout the work zone along with some trees. As for the standing timber, not only will they help block flying driftwood during the big winter storms, they also have cutouts to provide homes for nesting birds. Another contractor, from the Oyster River Enhancement Society, is also making bird houses for purple mar-

tins whose numbers are rebounding on the coast thanks to conservation efforts. “In the 1980s they were down to like five breeding pairs. Now they’re up to 950!” Wong points out as he surveys the beach work. “We want to mimic the natural features and promote stability. Artificial solutions typically transfer the problem down the line – and harder treatments, like concrete walls and riprap, have

more impact on the environment and native species.” This is a pilot project for the ministry on Vancouver Island, and Wong hopes there are more opportunities to do the same type of work elsewhere. He does have one request though for wood stove owners: Please do not cut any more logs or driftwood on Stories Beach. “That would just destabilize things,” he says.

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Sean Wong, a biologist with the Ministry of Transportation, shows were cavities have been in the poles for bird nests.

The process is relatively simple: They first drill through large rocks; loop steel cable through the holes; use the excavator to embed the rocks as much as possible in the beach; and then secure the stumps and woody debris to the cables. After that, nature takes over. Waves will drive smaller debris and gravel up behind the secured wood, to create backfill and a far more stable beach. Wong is also paying

Think of what you’d like your dog to do instead of jumping up…..we suggest having your dog “sit” instead. Dogs will typically jump up to solicit attention, in the form of touch or verbal contact, and the more people try to push them away or scold them, the more the dog thinks his jumping up is working. Catch your dog before he leaps by Cathy Merrithew taking a step towards him, effectively taking away the space he needs to jump, asking him for a “Sit”, rewarding with a treat to stop him in his tracks. Ask your other family members to do the same, and when you have company over be sure to have your dog on a leash to prevent him from “practicing” the bad behavior. Ask your friends to help train him by having them give your dog the treat when he sits instead of leaping up. Having your dog learn to sit for everything he wants will speed up the process, he’ll quickly learn that in order to get attention, he’ll have to sit. You can also have him sit every time before you open the door to let him out, or put on his collar and leash for a walk. Pretty much everything he wants will come to him, if he sits first.

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A Campbell River man is taking aim at the city’s “nonsensical” cemetery rules. Brien Dolan disagrees with the city’s prohibition of upright markers on grave sites and warned council that it’s policy may violate freedom of expression. “Not allowing grieving relatives the right to erect a tombstone to honour and remember their loved ones is short sighted, cruel and nonsensical,” Dolan wrote in a letter to city council. “There is a reason why no other village, town or city anywhere in Canada has enacted similar legislation. It’s because the policy doesn’t make sense.” Dolan pointed out that banning tombstones may conflict with some religions which prescribe above ground memorials. “Many of the five major religions also mandate their members to place tombstones on the graves of their relatives,” Dolan wrote. “Alarmingly, it just might be that this bylaw violates citizen’s religious beliefs and their rights of religious expression.” Beyond that, Dolan said he believes upright markers provide “an emotional and reflective reminder of who we are and where we come from.” At Tuesday’s council meeting, Coun. Ron Kerr thanked Dolan for his letter and attempted to get council to take another look at cemeteries. “I think it’s appropriate in light of some of the decisions we’ve made on the cemeteries recently and as some of the things that Mr. Dolan brings to our attention in his letter, that the community… enter into some conversation on how we can expect to see our cemeteries and memorial locations in the future,” Kerr said. “I think by doing this it may alleviate some

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Adding more beds to the new Campbell River Hospital will provide better health care and would be more cost effective, according to the local MLA and three doctors who spoke out last Thursday. “Let’s get this right and not build a hospital where, two years later down the road, we wish we had done it right,” said North Island MLA Claire Trevena. The NDP MLA was joined by a trio of vet-

eran local doctors: Dr. Bob Gordon, orthopedic surgeon Dr. Deke Botsford, and former chief of staff Dr. Peter Olesen. They gathered in Botsford’s Willow Point office to publicly express their concern that the new $266-million, 95-bed hospital will not provide adequate space to meet current or future patients’ needs. Construction on the new hospital is slated to begin next year. Just two weeks ago, Campbell River Hospital had 103 patients and over-crowding is a con-

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stant issue. “We compromise care every day by not admitting patients we should be admitting,” said Dr. Oleson. He added that health professionals due their best to keep people out of hospital and to provide quality home care, but some patients, “do better in hospital from an acute care perspective.” Another issue doctors see is Campbell River’s aging population. “We’re quickly turning from a resource community into a retirement community,” said Dr.

Botsford, who’s doing far more hip replacement surgeries that he’s ever done before. According to Dr. Gordon, the official health care term for too many patients is “over-census,” which he calls a euphemism for “bed shortage.” This leads, he said, to surgery cancellations which aren’t quickly rescheduled because everything is over-booked. Just as worse, said Dr. Botsford, is when surgeries are cancelled because there aren’t enough beds available. The other aspect of

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over-crowding is where to put the extra patients? They need somewhere safe, where they can be monitored and have access to other amenities, such as bathrooms. “It’s not like we’re not going to care for sick people, but they need to be safe,” said Dr. Oleson. “A lot of credit goes to the staff and nurses for going above and beyond their duty.” The doctors said 10-15 more beds in the new hospital would make a significant difference and the time to include these new beds in the plans is now, before construction begins. Too build or renovate later, or to find other safe places to house patients, is far more costly, they said. And the number of beds for the new hospi-

tal, 95, was devised by the Ministry of Health, not the Island Health authority. “It’s a Ministry of Health decision,” Dr. Botsford said. The doctors and Trev-

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2$6

Selected, 375-450gr

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3

4

Johnsonville

Brats or Italiano Sausages

99

49 per lb

99 4

500gr

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each

Bonus Q-Points

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334-433gr

99

3

Nestle Bites or Mini Rolo

Green Giant

Cheemo

Perogies 2kg

99

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Rocky Mountain

Offer in effect November 12-17th

for

2$6 for

Maple Leaf

3

lb

Lilydale

Maple Leaf

Family Pack, 7.69 per kg

PER

Valley Selections Vegetables

2$ for

Kraft Dinner Macaroni & Cheese Cup 58gr

Stove Top Stuffing

¢

Kraft

Shake ’n Bake Coating Mix 113-192gr

3000 Wertherʼs Original Candy 280gr

3500

120gr

300-500gr

Kraft

5 99 Kraft

180-210gr

Kraft

Kraft Dinner Macaroni & Cheese Original, 225gr

Charleston Chew Chocolate Coated Chewy Nougat 1ʼs

1000 Pine Sol Liquid Cleaner 1.41lt

Pillsbury

Pizza Pops 8’s

800gr

99 4

99

4 99

¢ 2$ for

¢

3000 Pledge Multi Surface Cleaner 470ml

5000


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Pick up your new Christmas Rewards catalogue in stores this week Kraft

Cracker Barrel Cheddar Cheese,

BIG PACK

9 99 5 5$ 5 3$ 5

907gr

99 Kraft

Parmesan Cheese

200-250gr

Chef Boyardee

Bassili’s Best

Cheez Whiz

Pasta

900gr

for

4

5

4

99

Bush’s Best

Steamers

for

5

2

Primo

99

Premium Cocoa

3

250gr

99

Eagle Brand

Sweetened Condensed Milk

or Chocolate Sauce 300ml

2

99

Selected, 480-900ml

for

Tomatoes 796ml

4$ for

Goldfish Baked Snack Crackers

5

4$ for

Assorted Sizes

5

2$ for

Baker’s

Chocolate Squares

2

5

for

V-8

Vegetable Cocktail

Selected, 1.89lt

plus applicable fees

2$ for

5

5

for

V-8

1.06-1.36lt

plus applicable fees

2$

100% Pure & Natural Orange Juice

for

5

Cracker Chips or Cookies

540-700gr

Almonds

450gr

3

100gr

BUY ONE GET ONE Works Out To 4.50 Each

5

2

99

Pop Up Bowl Gourmet Popping Corn

4

2$ for

Plus Applicable Fees

Golden or Thompson 750gr

4

99

Quaker

99 375-455gr

Mott’s

2$

4

6x110-111gr or 4x90gr

99

Trophy

Raisins

1kg

Fruitsations Snack Cup or Rockets

420-516gr

3

Natural 100% Peanut Butter

Life Cereal or Corn Bran

Orville Redenbacher’s

99

Trophy

Baking Powder

99

3

Adams

for

More fall baking favourites!

300- 340gr

FREE

Quaker

3

5

Shredded Natural Cheese

Pasta

Quaker

594-776gr

plus applicable fees

364-434gr

170-213gr

Kraft

Olivieri

99

Instant Oatmeal Family Size

99

Chewy or Dipps Value Pack Granola Bars

Pepperidge Farm

for

3

907gr

99

2.63lt

4 4

2$

907gr

Tropicana

540ml

2$

BIG PACK

Soft Margarine

2

Ready to Serve Soup Soup

V-Fusion or Smoothie

Magic

170-225gr

99

3$

Becel

99

Campbell’s

Broth

4

Pepperidge Farm

540ml

More fall baking favourites! Fry’s

540ml

2$

Primo

Beans or Chick Peas

4 4 Campbell’s

9

plus applicable fees

500ml

99

Campbell’s

Chunky Soup

4$

500ml

JOIN US IN SUPPORTING LOCAL FOOD DRIVES

276-306gr

398ml

for

Pure Jam, Jelly or Marmalade

& Campbell’s - Helping Hunger Disappear

VH or Healthy Choice

Baked Beans

3$

Smucker’s

Ice Cream

90-100gr

1.5lt

BIG PACK

4

99

99

Haagen Dazs

Chocolate Bar

Frozen Dessert

3.78lt

80-144’s

Melitta

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BIG PACK

100% Pure Juice

99

Cadbury

Nestle or Christie

99

99

5

5

400gr

BIG PACK

418-425gr

Primo

Kraft

Philadelphia Cream Cheese

900gr

Orange Pekoe or Green Tea

99

99

Kraft

Pasta

for

5

Selected, 108-472gr

Sunrype

BIG PACK

Tetley

Coffee

1.5kg

BIG PACK

or go to Quality Foods.com/rewards - Please order by Dec. 3 for Pre-Christmas arrival

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750gr

100gr

4

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4


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Cracker Barrel Cheddar Cheese,

BIG PACK

9 99 5 5$ 5 3$ 5

907gr

99 Kraft

Parmesan Cheese

200-250gr

Chef Boyardee

Bassili’s Best

Cheez Whiz

Pasta

900gr

for

4

5

4

99

Bush’s Best

Steamers

for

5

2

Primo

99

Premium Cocoa

3

250gr

99

Eagle Brand

Sweetened Condensed Milk

or Chocolate Sauce 300ml

2

99

Selected, 480-900ml

for

Tomatoes 796ml

4$ for

Goldfish Baked Snack Crackers

5

4$ for

Assorted Sizes

5

2$ for

Baker’s

Chocolate Squares

2

5

for

V-8

Vegetable Cocktail

Selected, 1.89lt

plus applicable fees

2$ for

5

5

for

V-8

1.06-1.36lt

plus applicable fees

2$

100% Pure & Natural Orange Juice

for

5

Cracker Chips or Cookies

540-700gr

Almonds

450gr

3

100gr

BUY ONE GET ONE Works Out To 4.50 Each

5

2

99

Pop Up Bowl Gourmet Popping Corn

4

2$ for

Plus Applicable Fees

Golden or Thompson 750gr

4

99

Quaker

99 375-455gr

Mott’s

2$

4

6x110-111gr or 4x90gr

99

Trophy

Raisins

1kg

Fruitsations Snack Cup or Rockets

420-516gr

3

Natural 100% Peanut Butter

Life Cereal or Corn Bran

Orville Redenbacher’s

99

Trophy

Baking Powder

99

3

Adams

for

More fall baking favourites!

300- 340gr

FREE

Quaker

3

5

Shredded Natural Cheese

Pasta

Quaker

594-776gr

plus applicable fees

364-434gr

170-213gr

Kraft

Olivieri

99

Instant Oatmeal Family Size

99

Chewy or Dipps Value Pack Granola Bars

Pepperidge Farm

for

3

907gr

99

2.63lt

4 4

2$

907gr

Tropicana

540ml

2$

BIG PACK

Soft Margarine

2

Ready to Serve Soup Soup

V-Fusion or Smoothie

Magic

170-225gr

99

3$

Becel

99

Campbell’s

Broth

4

Pepperidge Farm

540ml

More fall baking favourites! Fry’s

540ml

2$

Primo

Beans or Chick Peas

4 4 Campbell’s

9

plus applicable fees

500ml

99

Campbell’s

Chunky Soup

4$

500ml

JOIN US IN SUPPORTING LOCAL FOOD DRIVES

276-306gr

398ml

for

Pure Jam, Jelly or Marmalade

& Campbell’s - Helping Hunger Disappear

VH or Healthy Choice

Baked Beans

3$

Smucker’s

Ice Cream

90-100gr

1.5lt

BIG PACK

4

99

99

Haagen Dazs

Chocolate Bar

Frozen Dessert

3.78lt

80-144’s

Melitta

Estate Whole Bean Coffee

BIG PACK

100% Pure Juice

99

Cadbury

Nestle or Christie

99

99

5

5

400gr

BIG PACK

418-425gr

Primo

Kraft

Philadelphia Cream Cheese

900gr

Orange Pekoe or Green Tea

99

99

Kraft

Pasta

for

5

Selected, 108-472gr

Sunrype

BIG PACK

Tetley

Coffee

1.5kg

BIG PACK

or go to Quality Foods.com/rewards - Please order by Dec. 3 for Pre-Christmas arrival

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Trophy

Pitted Prunes

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750gr

100gr

4

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2$ for

4


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Continental

Black Forest or Honey Ham

Our Own Fresh Cooked

Turkey Breast

2

49 per 100gr

1

Maple Lodge

Cooked, Smoked or Cajun Chicken Breast

Bonus Q-Points

69 per 100gr

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

Made Fresh Instore

Regular, Chili & Lime or Roast Garlic

Homous Dip Each

5000

Q

points

bonus

Cervelat or Hungarian Salami

1000 Sunny D Citrus Punch 1.3lt

5000 Degree Deodorant or Antiperspirant

Seven Layer Dip Minimum 600gr

4 2 3

Woolwich Dairy

99

Fresh Chevre 225gr

125-150gr

5000

Damafro

5

99 each

6

99

Large

per 100gr

Cheese

454gr

2lt

99

Boursin

Fluffo Shortening

Lactantia Lactaid Milk

1

Schneiders

each

each

Crispy Chicken Wings

Applewood

Smoked Cheddar

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1

49 per 100gr

Available at Select Stores

Medium

Fried Rice

99

Single Cream Brie

1

69

Medium

Sweet & Sour Pork .................................

per 100gr

5

95

99 per 100gr

16 Piece

Deep Fried Prawns.... Small

895 895 625

Dry Garlic Wings ......

Serving Suggestions

Selected, 48-85gr

2500 Seventh Generation Cleaner 532ml

1

5000 Pampers Wipes Refill 168-216ʼs

7500 Scotties Facial Tissue 94ʼs or 126ʼs

2000 S.O.S. Soap Pads 10ʼs

5000 Glade PlugIns Scented Oil Refill 2ʼs

5000

Fresh Steelhead Fillets Weather Permitting

Fresh Grey Cod Fillets

1

50 per 100gr

99 PER gr

100

Boneless Skinless Basa Fillets

Frozen or Previously Frozen

Machine Peeled Shrimp Frozen or Previously Frozen

1

49 per 100gr

1

00 PER

100gr

Cooked

Fresh Local Dungeness Crab

1

99 per 100gr


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Bakery Fresh

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Kaiser Buns

Garlic Bread

2$ for

Bakery Fresh

5

99 1 6 Pack

Bakery Fresh

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Mini Apple or Cherry Strudel

9” Apple Crumble, Strawberry Rhubarb or Apple Pie

99 7

Muffins

99 3

99 2 6 Pack

6 Pack

Double Layer

Decadent Chocolate Cake

Italian Style Bread

Crustini or Sausage Buns

9

2$ for

5

1.89lt

3 99 3

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500

in QF groceries!

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2 $3 for

Plus Applicable Fees

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Santa Cruz Chapman’s

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99 3

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2 $7 for

99 4

10 , 000

40

%

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Vitamins

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500gr

2 $7 for

Coconut Grove

Organic Coconut Oil

2 $7 for

Double Roll Bathroom Tissue 12’s

6 Pack, Each

Greek Style Yogurt

2.84lt 1lt

99 5

Cheese Buns

for

Organic Apple No Sugar Added Juice Ice Cream

Plus Applicable Fees

Clorox

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99

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99 6

Silk ’n Soft Bathroom Tissue or Dragon Towels Bamboo Sheets 12-20’s

99 5

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

NEW APPY SPECIAL!

3

Florida “Premium”

Star Ruby Grapefruit

1

8$

Washington “Premium”

Fuji Apples 2.84 per kg

29 per lb

for

3lb bag

3

Washington “Medium”

2$ for

BC “Hot House”

Sweet Grape Tomatoes 1 pint

2$ for

6

2

California “Holiday”

Yellow Onions

49

Red Seedless Grapes 5.49 per kg

per lb

Renee’s

1lb bag

5

MON. CLOSED Remembrance Day

10

each

with 4” poinsettia

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ORGANIC

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Baby Cut Carrots

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99

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Gourmet Salad Dressing

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2$

5oz for clamshell

7

Chinese

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Chart-topping Glass Tiger tours

The Campbell River Art Gallery Annual Christmas Market will be a shopper’s delight again this year.

Arts & Craft market open

CanCon giants Glass Tiger bring their act and slough of hits to the Tidemark Theatre Wednesday, Nov. 20.

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Christmas Bazaar Saturday, Nov. 30 • 10 AM – 2 PM Thunderbird Hall • Christmas Crafts, Arts & Jewelry • Concession with Great Food • Door Prizes •Toonie Table • Cut-A-Thon by donation Table Rental $25 per each / 2 for $40 To reserve a table Call Kara Henderson 250-202-0115 or email khenderson@crband.ca

Glass Tiger continues to play to enthusiastic crowds throughout North America. Glass Tiger will appear at the Tidemark Theatre on Wednesday, Nov. 20. Tickets are $55 plus

applicable fees & taxes for members, and can be purchased at the Box Office from Tuesday – Saturday between 12 pm and 4 pm, or found online at www.tidemarktheatre.com.Glass.

The Bra Lady Is Coming 2x6 to Size You Up

3x5.5 city of campbell toy and craft

2x6 the the bra bra lady lady

Are you tired of feeling saggy, lumpy, pinched or strained? Well you’re not alone. As you’ve probably seen on Oprah or read in women’s magazines, over 80 per cent of all women wear the wrong size bra. Here’s where Barb Chapman, the Bra Lady, comes in.

CRIB Elders hosts their annual

and a Grammy nomination under their belt, Glass Tiger was invited as the “Special Guests” for Tina Turner’s 1987 European tour. Outside of a short hiatus during the mid 90’s,

Chapman is coming to CAMPBELL RIVER ON THURSDAY NOV. 28TH to outfit you with the best possible bra for your body.

Chapman said she will be seeing clients on a one-on-one basis, explaining the benefits of good bras and measuring their bodies properly. “Most women just want to find a good-fitting bra that’s not uncomfortable,” Chapman said. “What they don’t realize is that a good support bra is also important for blood circulation and enhanced lymph drainage.” Chapman has over 200 bra sizes available for ordering, ranging from 30AA to 52KK. It’s likely that you’ll fit somewhere between those sizes. She offers these questions for women to ask themselves: • Do you have a drawer full of bras but none that fit comfortably? • Does your bust line “bounce” when you walk while wearing your “everyday” bra? • Do you overflow the cup of your bra? • Do your bra straps slip off your shoulders or dig into your shoulders leaving red and painful marks? • Does your bra ride up in the back because you tighten the straps to give you added support? • Have you ever begun an exercise class only to drop out because your breasts ached from lack of support while jumping or running? If you answer yes to any of these you are in need of a new bra, and a custom one could be the way to go.

Me (When I’m Gone)” yielded a #2 spot on Billboard that was followed by “Someday” which reached #5. Both songs also made Canadian history when Glass Tiger won successive Juno’s a year apart for Single of the Year from the same album. With five Juno awards

Staff and volunteers at the Campbell River Art Gallery have decked the halls for the 13th Annual Christmas Arts and Crafts Market. The Christmas Market, sponsored by Chan Nowosad Boates Chartered Accountants, opened Nov. 7. With more than 15 new artisans featured, the Market is bigger and better than ever and will provide Christmas shoppers with the opportunity to purchase quality handcrafts, support local artisans and support the Campbell River Art Gallery. The Market will be open from Monday to Saturday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. until Christmas Eve. The Gallery will be open late Friday, Nov. 29 to coincide with the Downtown BIA’s Starlight Shopping. The Market will be open until 8 p.m. and volunteers will be on hand from 6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. making Christmas cards with members of the public. Shoppers will be able to choose from a huge selection of amazing work this season. There will be everything from fine jewellery to handmade soaps, beautiful woodwork, stunning pottery, beautiful glass and much more.

Discovered in the summer of 1984 when a band from Newmarket, Ontario called Tokyo spent two evenings performing before capacity crowds at Toronto’s Maple Leaf Gardens opening for Boy George and Culture Club. Their dynamic original sound captured the moment, and the race to sign them was on. Tokyo, which had become a major force in suburban high schools and the Ontario club circuit, officially became Glass Tiger early the following year when a record deal was finally signed with Capitol Records. With Jim Vallance (Bryan Adams; Aerosmith; Ozzy Osbourne) behind the boards, Glass Tiger was immediately introduced to the recording studio to work on their first album. “Thin Red Line” set a record for being the fastest selling debut recording in Canadian history, going gold within weeks of its release. To date, this album has received four Platinum records in Canada and went Gold in the United States. One of Glass Tiger’s many hit singles “Don’t Forget

YOU’VE TRIED ALL THE REST - NOw TRY THE BEST • NO UNDERwIRES • NO ELASTIC STRAPS • NO STRAPS fALLINg Off SHOULDERS • NO RIDINg UP IN THE BACk

You can sign up for Chapman’s bra clinic by calling

1-800-254-3938 BY NOVEMBER 25TH

She doesn’t come into town very often so she advises booking as soon as possible.

She is on the look-out for someoone in this area to train for the business.

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HALLOWEEN COLOURING Congratulations to all the winners of the Mirror’s Halloween Colouring Contest!

Persia Tabarsi Age 6

Nola Cooledge Age 7

Anna Preston Age 3

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Market Hours: Monday - Saturday 10 - 5

2x4.5 Arts Christmas CR Art and Crafts Market Continues until Dec 24 at the CR Art Gallery

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Walcan Seafood Ltd. is a privately owned, family oriented business located on Quadra Island overlooking Discovery Passage. We are a seafood processing facility that produces a variety of custom products for international markets; and starting our 40th year of business. Our payroll is more than 100 people with seasonal peaks of 175. We now have an opening within our accounting department for a dynamic and energetic payroll professional. Walcan Seafood Ltd. is looking for a FULL-TIME PAYROLL AND BENEFITS ADMINISTRATOR to join our accounting team. Duties and Responsibilities: Responsible for the payroll and related duties including but not limited to: • Import daily time and attendance from time keeping system • Process bi-weekly payroll on time and accurately • Process payments for fishers • Respond to employee/fisher inquiries in a timely and professional manner • Administer employee benefits and liaise with benefit providers • Maintain current knowledge of payroll laws and regulations • Set-up and maintain employee payroll files • Prepare T4s for fishers and ROEs for all employees • Reconcile payroll accounts • Prepare job costing analysis for management • Assist in year-end processing and reconciliations • Assist in streamlining processes • First point of contact for employees, fishers, and customers • Answer telephone • Other administrative and office duties as required Qualifications: The candidate must be approachable, and able to work independently and as part of a team. Other requirements include: • Minimum 3 years of payroll processing experience • Canadian Payroll Association certification or willing to obtain • Knowledge of payroll laws and regulations • Financial and mathematical aptitude • Proficient in Microsoft Office (Excel/Access/Word) and ability to learn new software quickly • Ability to manage multiple tasks in a timely and organized manner with a focus on accuracy • Possess a great attitude and ability to deal with people in a sensitive, tactful and professional manner • Ability to maintain a high degree of confidentiality • Excellent verbal and written communication skills • Experience processing Fisher payroll would be considered an asset Walcan Seafood Ltd. offers a competitive salary and benefits package based on qualifications and experience. If you are interested in this career opportunity, submit your cover letter and resume to apply-admin@walcan.com, attention: Robert Eastland, by December 1, 2013. We thank all applicants for their interest; however, we will only contact those selected for an interview – no phone calls please.


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Located 150km Northwest of Prince George, BC Mount Milligan is one of British Columbia’s first major metals mine of this century.

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FULL DUPLEX- Oceanview, 2 bdrm, 1 bath each side, extensively renovated, new just about everything, including metal roof. $320,000. 250850-0998.

MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE 2 LEATHER armchairs with ottomans - $600, 1 leather loveseat - $500, 2 Greek style end tables w/ glass, 1 Greek style coffee table w/glass $800. 250-338-2704.

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JOURNEYMAN AUTOMOTIVE Service Technician(s) in Hanna Alberta. Hanna Chrysler Ltd. offers competitive wages from $32/hour, negotiable depending on experience. Bright, modern shop. Full-time permanent with benefits. Friendly town just 2 hours from major urban centres. More info online at: hannachrylser.ca. Fax 403854-2845 or email to: chrysler@telusplanet.net LOCALLY-OWNED, well-established vacuum truck company looking for Class 1, 3, Vacuum and Gravel Truck Operators. Oilfield tickets an asset but not necessary. Incentive package available. Blue Cross after three months. Must be willing to relocate or work three weeks on and one week off. Fax resume and driver’s abstract to 403-8453903.

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Estate of William Walllace Crabb : showcases full of qualitity mechanics tools; brand names like Snap On, Proto, Grey, and Westward. 20 ton hydraulic press, 2 ton engine hoist, drill press, Snap On tool chests, roller cabinets, table saws, sliding compond mitre saw, chainsaws, utility trailer, gardner or quad pull behind trailer, large extra hight 8' fibreglass canopy w/barn doors complete surround shell (nice), skids of lumber. Also shipment from Vancouver and Nanaimo - new king size bed, wheel barrows, patio furniture, tarps, tools, new doors again, new jewelry, coins and stamps, dining table and chairs and so much more.

LANDSCAPING CURT’S LANDSCAPING tree service, stump removal, pruning of fruit & ornmental trees, hedges,sprinkle, blowouts, aevating lawns. Free estimates. Insured. Call 250-830-8776

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.

MERCHANDISE FOR SALE FUEL/FIREWOOD PICKUP TRUCK of firewood. Cut, split and delivered. Call after 6pm. 250-202-2505.

FURNITURE ANTIQUE FURNITURE SALE - Many pieces. 916 Heritage Meadow Drive, Campbell River, Nov. 14, 15, 16 from 2pm to 5pm. Phone 250-286-3602 for details.

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SINGLE TWIN bed, new, complete with mattress & bedding $200. obo. Sofa & matching armchair, brown tones, good cond. $250. obo. Call 250339-6503, Comox.

BEDROOM SUITE mahogany - dresser, drawers mirror side table, $450. King size headboard (split frame). 2 mahogany living room chairs $50 each. 2 bedroom chairs - blue, cream frames & cane backs, $30 each. 2 bar chairs - black frame, green suede, $20 each. 250-898-8850. ELEGANT MAHOGANY china cabinet Excellent condition $300. Beautiful custom made lined drapes with pelmets & swags - $200. 250-339-9124

FULL DUPLEX-Oceanview, 2 bdrm, 1 bthm each side, extensively renovated, new just about everything, including metal roof. $320,000. 250850-0998

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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.

ESTATE SALE of Construction quality brand name materials & tools. Call (250)3394970.

VIEW. 4BDRM, 3bth, rec room, patio, large fenced yrd. Very clean. No pets. Ref’s required. $1100. 250-286-6672 CUMBERLAND CHARACTER 4 bdrm/2 ba, 3 stories, over 2000 sq.ft. High ceilings, fir floors, stunning views. Great rental or renovate to meet your dreams. 2779 Maryport Ave. $239,000. (250) 702-7219.

HEINTZMAN PIANO - Upright for sale. Great condition. $1700. Please call to view this lovely piano. 250-338-6757 SHOT SHELL RE-LOADER 12 Gauge. Size-O-Matic. (1-stroke, 1-shell). 20K primers + powder. $595. 250-2863308. STEEL BUILDINGS/metal buildings 60% off! 20x28, 30x40, 40x62, 45x90, 50x120, 60x150, 80x100 sell for balance owed! Call 1-800-4572206 or visit us online at: www.crownsteelbuildings.ca 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.

CUSTOM 5 Bedroom + Den, 3 bath, 2900 Sq Ft. with many extras! Amazing location with private, serene backyard & mountain views. $498,000. 2069 Varsity Drive. (250)926-0030. View photos on UsedCampbellRiver.com

STEVENSON PLACE, Comox- 1 bdrm unit, supportive living, 24hr responder on site, close to shopping, doctor’s, golf course. For more information, please phone, (250)339-0358 or email: pcalcutt@shaw.ca

PARK MODEL- Yuma, Arizon RV park. $17,000. Fully furnished, many extras. Call (250)923-5848 or 1-928-2571456.

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

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MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS SQUIRE BASS guitar includes stand and bag and a bass PV amp, 112 series. Excellent condition, $275. Call (250)9411401.

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APARTMENT/CONDOS NANAIMO WATERFRONT 2nd floor condo. 1500 sq.ft. LR/DR/2bdrms with view, den, gas FP, secure bldg. 2 underground parking spaces. Maintenance fee includes hot water/gas/landscaping. 1 pet OK. $339,900 (250)753-9123

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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.

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WILLOW PNT: Lrg, 4bdrm duplex, 2812A Fairmile, NS/NP, $1150. Call (250)898-8462.

MOBILE HOMES & PADS BLUE SPRUCE- newer model 2 bdrm, 2 bath in quiet park, F/S, W/D. sm pet? N/S. In closed heated garage. $775+ utils. Available now. Call (250)204-2258.

HOMES FOR RENT A lovely 1650 sq ft rancher on .46 acre corner lot in a quiet, friendly rural neighborhood, close to storries beach&oyster rv. nicely landscaped,fenced backyard,garden,dogpen,new flooring,countertops,updated fixtures,bright D/R 3 bdrms,1.5 bth+ fam rm,mud rm,attached 19x11 shop, forced air natural gas heat. $287,000. 250-9233150

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DUPLEXES/4PLEXES 2 BDRM near all amen. $725 Cedar at 4th Avail now. 1-250889-9353.boarsnest@shaw.ca CAMPBELL RIVER: 2bdrm apt in centrally located 4-plex. Freshly painted. No Pets. N/S. Refs $700+util. 250-830-4686.

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.

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.

1 & 2 BDRM Available Now. Orchard Park Apts. Secure building. Oversized suites. Large, quiet, private yard. New carpet. Indoor cat welcome. On-site laundry. References required. 250-202-2187. www.meicorproperty.com 2 BDRM, 2BTHM ocean & mountain view. W/I walking distance to downtown, F/S, W/D/DW/Garburator. Ensuite has jetted tub/shower. Quiet secure building, parking. Recent updates. N/P, NS. $1000.250-926-0077 CAMPBELL RIVER. Quiet 2Bdrm near town (881 Greenwood St). No dogs. $665./mo. Dec. 1st. Call (250)923-3635. LARGE, BRIGHT 1 & 2 bdrms, Rotary Beach, excellent location. Very reasonable rents. Views. 250-286 1175. ST. ANDREWS Village. 1 & 2 Bedroom apartments, updated recently,close to schools & buses, Non smoking,pets negotiable, near hospital. (250) 287-3556 Turnkey Ocnfrt. 1 Bd. Avail. immed. N/S,N/P. $1,100-1,250 /mnth. Randy 250-830-4222 WATERFRONT FURNISHED 1 bdrm condo. NS/NP. All amenities. Avail mid Nov-mid March. $1200. 250-286-4785.

#26-1120 Evergreen Road. 3 bdrms /2 bthrms. Dead end street. Backs onto forest land. 1312 sq ft. $234,900. 250-2869816

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RV PADS YEAR round RV Site near Oyster River Trail & Salmon Point. Available immediately. $375/mth water, sewer, garbage incl, Metered Elec, laundry. Cable & phone avail, Not suitable for all units. References required. Resort amenities not incl. Contact Monica 250923-6605

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

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The Comox Valley pro- white plumage with a vides a winter sanctuary distinct black beak that for one of wildlife’s most extends to the inner corners of their eyes; their elegant birds. I have lived in the Val- feet and legs are black. In contrast, the juveley for the past twenty years and still get a thrill nile swans have light gray when I hear the “honk- plumage for their first ing” of the swans as they year, their beaks are pink announce the end of and their legs and feet are another successful fall a muddy yellow. Sometimes the trummigration. In one year peter swans these amazing are confused swans make with the tuna return trip to the Arctic; dra swans that t he y sp end are s i m i l ar their sumbut smaller and have very mers in Alaska prominent breeding and yellow markraising their ings where the young before Sandy Fairfield b eak meets heading back MARS Moment the inner corto southern ners of the British Columbia where they will spend eyes. Adult swans are the winter preparing for monogamous and famthe next spring migra- ily oriented, the juveniles tion, when the whole stay with the parents for the first year and make cycle will start again. There are seven species their first migration of swans worldwide, the together. Two weeks ago trumpeter swan being I heard and then saw a the largest. On average small flock of swans, the the adult swans weigh first arrivals of this sea12 kilograms with a huge son, flying over Merville 2 1/2 metre wingspan. to the potato fields they Adult swans have snowy visit each winter. The

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OPEN HOUSE SEEKS FEEDBACK ON SHIPPING CONTAINER USE Members of the business community are invited to provide their input on the use of shipping containers in the community.

The next step in the City’s downtown waterfront charrette re: vacant land near Roberts Reach Road and Highway #19A takes place this month.

DATE: November 13 TIME: 6:30 to 8 PM WHERE: Enterprise Center (next to City Hall)

Members of the public are invited to observe and share their feedback.

Unable to attend? Share your opinion via email to ross.blackwell@campbellriver.ca.

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Key background information and the “realtime” efforts of the charrette participants will be shared, including results from the recent “precharrette” open houses and ideas from the Youth Action Committee. Help fine-tune the community vision for this area that was established through the Sustainable Official Community Plan process. A charrette is a collaborative design and planning session that combines the interests of a diverse group of people to generate a land use and urban design concept that serves a range of community interests. Questions? Contact Land Use Services Manager Ross Blackwell at 250-203-1144.

WHY AN OPEN HOUSE? • In response to an increasing number of community complaints about the look of the shipping containers, Council is considering a proposed bylaw to restrict their use in certain parts of the community, particularly in residential and more prominent commercial areas such as the downtown core.

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• The City’s proposed bylaw restricts the use of containers to industrial zones, with exceptions in some instances. With a written request, the proposed bylaw would allow temporary use for between 30 and 90 days to accommodate construction or for stores bringing in stock, for example. • The proposed bylaw also includes an opportunity for exemptions for future installations through the City’s variance application process. Exemptions for existing containers would also be considered on a case-by-case basis through a formal variance application to the City.

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Trumpeter swans, such as these pictured above, flock to the area every winter for a winter sanctuary.

severe winter storms we have experienced in the last few weeks may have delayed many of the swans as they often have to land until the storm has abated. Leaving the Arctic area as soon as the first frosts arrive they have to start their migration whie there is still open water. Being such large birds they need a water “runway” to take off, they will run along on top of the water until they can become airborne.

The southern migration is particularly gruelling for the family, especially the young, they need to be in top flying condition and carry sufficient fat supplies to last them until they can make a stop to refuel. Sadly many first year swans do not survive the rigors of the migration and perish en route, others arrive weak and starving these are usually the swans that arrive for care at our center. Trumpeter swans have

PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE Proposal for text amendment to Zoning Bylaw 3250, 2006 A Public Hearing will be held in the Council Chambers of Campbell River City Hall (301 St. Ann’s Rd) at 6:30 p.m. on Tuesday, November 19, 2013. The City of Campbell River is considering a text amendment to Zoning Bylaw 3250, 2006 to define and add “Seasonal Sales and Storage of Landscape Supplies” to the Commercial Four A (C-4a) zone through Bylaw No: 3530, 2013. See a copy of this proposal at the City Hall, Land Use Services Department from November 12 to 19, 2013 on any regular business day between the hours of 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m., Monday to Friday except Statutory Holidays. Are your property interests affected by the proposed Bylaw? A reasonable opportunity to be heard or to present written submissions respecting matters contained in the proposed text amendment of this Bylaw is available. A speakers list will be available for anyone wishing to speak at the Public Hearing. Register at the Public Hearing or in advance by calling 250-286-5700. Please note that legal considerations prevent Council from receiving any representations or submissions after the close of the Public Hearing. Questions? Contact: The City of Campbell River Land Use Services Department at 250286-5726, or Senior Planner Kevin Brooks (MCIP, RPP) at 250-286-5750.

a mixed diet depending on the season. In the spring their arrival coincides with the explosion of thousands of insects which they consume together with newly emerging aquatic vegetation. In the winter their diet consists of natural aquatic vegetation and insects found in the estuaries together with roots – especially potatoes – and grasses that are provided for them thanks to the local farmers and their flooded fields. As the swans return to their winter feeding grounds they gather in large social flocks in the fields; most of the daylight hours are spent in the estuaries or shallow shore lines. At night, they seek the safety of the inland fields. Flocks of swans can been seen in various parts of the Comox Valley. One of the most visible areas is the Comox Valley Farm fields between the 5th and 17th Street bridges; please do not stop in this area, the swans can panic and attempt flight before they are fully prepared. Each year, a group of naturalists and volunteers monitor the swans with a weekly count throughout the Comox Valley. The data collected is critical to the future well-being of the swans and their habitat. In celebration of these magnificent birds M.A.R.S. will hold a Swan Fest on Saturday, Nov. 23 at the K’omox First Nations Hall on the Dyke Road in Comox. Learn more about the swans and enter our photo contest and meet the M.A.R.S. ambassador birds. Visit www.wingtips.org for more details. To report injured or orphaned wildlife, call 250-3372021.


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The Timberline Junior Wolves won the North Island Championships this past weekend by defeating the Mark R. Isfeld Ice in three sets in the tournament final 25-19, 18-25, 15-6.

Crossfit comes naturally to Dean New sport Takes hold in Campbell River

Leigha Dean, a local up and coming crossfit athlete and member of the local crossfit box, Crossfit O’Twelve, made an extraordinary showing in the Taranis Titan Challenge in the Victoria area Nov. 2-3. Dean’s success emerged early in the challenge, as she earned second place in the second of nine rounds. This event consisted of 20-15-10-5 rep rounds for time: toes to bar, hand release push ups, burpees, box jumps 24”/20”.  Over the two days, Dean ranked 10th of 36 women competitors....a notable accomplishment for an athlete new to crossfit competition.

Dean has only been involved in the crossfit community for under 10 months. Dean says, “It was about three months ago I started pounding it down, readying myself for competition. “It was an amazing experience to be competing with women who had so much more experience in the world of crossfit competitions. The first event happened to be in my area of comfort, and that helped to settle my nerves and give me confidence that I would be able to make a strong showing.”  Coach Kaiya McNeillPayeur says, “Crossfit O’Twelve has been open for just over a year. Having one of our athletes work so hard and achieve such success in such a short time is wonderful. “C oaching her to achieve this success is inspiring, and drives us to continue to help

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Scoring outburst

A tight checking affair on Saturday night at Rod Brind’Amour Arena saw the Campbell River Storm tied 2-2 going into the third period against the Saanich Braves. A third period-outburst saw the Storm finish up the game 5-2 victors. The scoring continued Sunday night at Kerry Park as the Storm blew out the Islanders 7-0.

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Quadra kicks off the holiday season Artisans are preparing their work for Quadra’s Christmas Craft Fair on Nov. 15. The little island community shows off its talents as well as creating a festive event to kick

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Salvation Army seeks Kettle campaign volunteers The 2013 Christmas Kettle Campaign will run from Nov. 22 to Dec. 24 and The Salvation Army is in need of more kettle volunteers to ring those bells. The Salvation Army Christmas Kettle Campaign is one of Canada’s largest and most recognizable annual charitable events with all dollars donated staying in the community where the donation was made. In Campbell River, the Kettle funds are directed to the community work at the Lighthouse Centre located at 1381 Cedar Street. On average, Lighthouse Centre assists 1,800 individuals/families every month. During the winter season (and over Christmas) this demand increases. The Lighthouse Centre serves lunch Monday to Friday, providing access to emergency assistance for food, clothing, shelter, advocacy, community referrals, showers, personal hygiene supplies, and Adopt-A-Family Christmas Hampers. “The Lighthouse Centre serves our community with an ‘everyone welcome’ philosophy. Our primary focus is on support services for clients encountering a variety of barriers including low income, unemployment, addictions, social isolation, homelessness and mental illness,” says Sean Junglas, Community Ministries Director. Junglas added, “This level of outreach is only possible because of the generous support from our community and dollars raised through the Christmas Kettle Campaign.” The Salvation Army is going to kick-off the kettle fundraising campaign Friday, Nov. 22 at the Campbell River Storm home game. “We will have kettles at the game, and our brass group will be leading the audience in some Christmas Carols during one of the period breaks,” said Tami Ness, Christmas Kettle Coordinator. Kettle shifts run 2-4

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The Felted Feline – Beaded & felted brooches, Christmas ornaments, stockings, 100% Bamboo infinity scarves, hair accessories, teachers gifts, kid shop. Forget Me Knot – crocheted items. In Elegant – Quilted items , bags, homemade shortbread. Strings By Tina – Beaded jewelry, photo cards. Binky’s Bubbles – Homemade scented soaps. Three Bees Designs – Hand cut, Hand painted wooden Christmas ornaments. Revived – Furnishings by Joanna. 6. 665 KIT CRESCENT Open Friday till 9pm Scentsy/ Grace Adelle – With Rose Frank , lots of cash & carry items as well as orders. Homemade Peanut Brittle & Caramel popcorn from Rose Frank. Rose’s ceramic bird whistles. Epicure with Karen Woodruff – epicure is now gluten free, gift baskets & lots of cash & carry items. Crochet Gert – with Caroline Holloway Hubelit – homemade cowls, boot cuffs, fingerless gloves, hats & more. Credit cards accepted. Door prize draws from all vendors . Don’t miss out on special gifts.

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Likwiltok Rd

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(corner Ruby & Oceanview)

Zudora jewelry with Lindsey Boulter, fun & fashionable Sterling Silver jewelry & more. Epicure with Stephanie Block, now all gluten free, samples & gifts already wrapped. Usborne Children’s Books with Lindsay Trumbley, books for all ages, available in English, French & Spanish. Norwex with Meaghan Devlin, cleaning made easy, all you need is water, lots of new product. Avon with Christel Herbin. Quality beauty essentials at affordable prices. Envy beauty by Rachel Owens, Shellac UV polish manicures & eyebrow makeovers on site, professional salon retail avail. Jockey P2P with Mercedes Hayduk; figure flattering for all shapes & sizes up to 3XL. Sweet Tweet boutique with Lisa Nicholas; a Sweet Candy Confection line of fun children’s jewelry & accessories. Megan Monks with PartyLite, Come smell, touch and even taste what PartyLite has in store for you. Cash & carry avail at all tables. 10. 968 ERICKSON RD Open Friday until 9pm Epicure selections, Everyday Style, Steeped Tea, Mary Kay, Stampin Up, Close To My Heart, Usborne Books, Glass Beads (50% off), Jewelry, Handmade knitted items, Plus size lingerie (30% off), Tons of Scrapbooking Supplies. Lots of in stock items , purchase bonuses, draws & samples

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Lapidary jewelry- tumble stones, cabochons, free form stones set in pendants, bracelets, rings or necklaces. Christmas placemats, Paintings & drawings framed or on cards Small slabs with birds painted on them set on magnets or drilled for wall hangings. 3. 490 5th AVE ( corner 5th & Cedar) Open Friday until 9pm One stop shopping in this spacious home. Come browse and let us make your holiday shopping easier with Epicure , Grace Adelle, Jockey P2P, Scentsy, Steeped Teas, Velata and Wendy’s Body Art – temporary tattoos. Special guest Lynn reading tarot cards Friday night and all day Sunday. Also a large selection of handcrafted articles – rustic birdhouses, candles, shell arts, hats, sewn items, tole painting, cards, quilts, chocolates and much more. 4. 740 B EVERGREEN RD Open Friday till 6pm Closed Sunday. Teresa Devison with Scentsy, safe fragrance plug in warmers & wax. Mary Kay, high quality make up that suits your skin care needs. Infinite Infinity’s by Nikki. Fashionable handmade infinity scarves & headbands. Grace Adelle, design your own look with designer handbags, clutches & accessories. Darlene Knott Cards & Jewelry, jewelry designed in all styles & colours for your personal style. Handcrafted cards for all occasions. Wacky Woolies & Wicked Stitches, hand made crochet & sewn items, specializing in custom touques & cuddly toys. Door Prizes. Come have a coffee.

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Dogwood Street

611 BIRCH ST (near Pheonix School)

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girls dresses, tutu’s, raincoats, leggings, hair accessories and more. Handpainted glassware by Sandy. Too Cute Creations- Fleece children’s jackets, hats, vests, slippers, sweatshirts, pants & more. Katrina Reedel with Jockey P2P, Epicure & Avon. Bodysense -soaps, lotions, organic cleaners, driftwood mirrors. Free coffee & cookies and Door prizes.

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Debbie Dick – Native carved ceramics inlayed with 24 carat gold Val Lancaster – Native jeweller

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695 LIKWILTOK RD (beside log cabin on Quinsam Reserve)

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Campbell River Mirror, November 13, 2013