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“It’s the the best best seat seat in in the the house,” house,” said said Hugh Hugh Gurney Gurney as as he kept score on the “little green monster” that he helped build last year on “It’s the peewee peewee diamond. diamond. Saturday Saturday was was opening opening day day for for minor minor baseball at Nunns Creek Park. See more photos on Page 29. the

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Dry conditions, conditions, warmer weather Dry and strong strong winds winds all contributed to and brush fire fire Monday Monday evening. aa brush The other other factor factor was human error, The likely aa match match or or discarded cigarette likely that started started the the blaze blaze shortly before that

5 p.m., at the seven km marker of the Duncan Bay Logging Road, off Willis Road. When the Campbell River Fire Department arrived, the fire covered a 10x20 metre area along the

roadside and was spreading quickly. “Strong winds were helping the fire grow, but the fire crews were able to contain the fire to an area approximately 100 feet by 40 feet,” Continued on Pg. 2

“The people people of of Area Area D D want want to to be be “The left alone. alone.”” That’s according according to to resident resident Stan Stan That’s Zuke who who said said he he has has aa petition petition signed signed by by 700 700 people people who who feel feel the the same way. way. Zuke Zuke told told directors directors at at last last ThursThursday’s regional regional district district meeting meeting that that Area D D residents residents have have no no interest interest in in amalgamation amalgamation with with the the city city in in order order to hook hook up up to to Campbell Campbell River’s River’s sewer system. system. “I wish wish II could could say say I’m I’m happy happy to to be be here but but I’m I’m not, not,”” Zuke Zuke said. said. “The “The bottom bottom line line isis we we do do have have aa 700 700 (name) (name) petition petition registered registered (with (with the the province) province) against against this. this.”” Zuke Zuke said said the the city’s city’s main main reason reason for proposing proposing to to take take in in 535 535 northnorthern Area Area D D properties properties isis health health conconcerns surrounding surrounding the the area’s area’s septic septic systems. systems. But, he he said, said, there there has has never never once once been aa documented documented case case of of septic septic failure. failure. “That’s “That’s not not to to say say there there are are no no septic problems problems in in Area Area D D but but never once once has has anyone anyone put put anything anything together together on on paper paper to to say say ‘I‘I have have aa problem, problem,’’”” Zuke Zuke said. said. Continued Continued on on Pg. Pg. 2 2

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Area D: Use grant for septic repairs Continued from Pg. 1

His proposal was to take the $3.4 million sewer grant from the province and put it in a reserve account for individual homeowners to access should their septic systems fail. That suggestion, however, was quickly quashed when Strathcona Regional District CAO Russ Hotsenpiller said that would “not (be allowed) as I understand the grant process.” After hearing from Zuke, Area D Director Brenda Leigh urged the city to get on with the referendum to determine once and for all whether Area D residents wish to join the city. “We have a report from our consultants Circle Square showing that the Campbell River

boundary extension proposal will be costly for all electoral areas of our regional district as well as taxpayers in Area D and Campbell River,” Leigh said. “I believe that it is now time to advise the CAO of Campbell River of these impacts and proceed to referendum.” Director and city councillor Claire Moglove agreed. “I think it’s time to send this report to Campbell River and get on with the referendum,” said Moglove. City council, at its Tuesday evening meeting after the Mirror went to press, was expected to make a decision on whether or not to proceed with submitting its final amalgamation application to the province.

If 51 per cent of affected residents vote in favour of joining the city, each property owner will be expected to pay $9,300, as well as a $1,800 connection fee. A third cost, to connect homes to the sewer line, will vary from property to property. According to the Circle Square consultants report, if the northern portion of Area D joins the city, the remaining residents will be on the hook for an extra $34 annually in taxes while Area A could see an increase of $5.90 and Area B (Cortes Island) and Area C (Quadra Island) could face $10.52 and $9.58 tax increases respectively. City manager Andy Laidlaw said Campbell River will work

with the regional district on mitigating the impacts to Area D which are beyond the threshold for provincial assistance. “What we’ve determined is the amount of mitigation isn’t a huge amount,” Laidlaw said. “The impacts appear to be quite manageable.” Leigh, meanwhile, is confident the referendum will not pass and wants to look elsewhere for waste services. “Once the referendum is dealt with, I am hopeful that Area D will be able to redeploy available finances to focus on more practical, innovative and smaller-scale options for onsite wastewater systems that will better suit the needs of Area D taxpayers,” Leigh said.

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Fire: Caution urged Continued from Pg. 1

said Deputy Fire Chief Thomas Doherty in a news release. It was believed to be the first brush fire of the year and residents are reminded to be cautious. “The recent warm weather and drying trends could mean an early start to the wildfire season,” said Doherty. “(We) would like to remind the public to use caution with fire in the backcountry.”

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The public backlash against BC Ferries and the provincial government may just be getting started. While BC Ferries has not publicly confirmed it, there’s speculation that the night watchman position is the next to go in the corporation’s effort to save millions of dollars. Director Jim Abram, who sits on a ferries board of regional district coastal chairs, found out last month that BC Ferries has been considering eliminating the night watchman, who provides overnight security at the ferry terminal.

But more than that, the night watchman is the required third crew member on a call-out – a sailing after hours in the event of a medical emergency. “I was livid,” Abram said upon hearing the news. Paul Ryan, chair of the Campbell River/Cortes/ Quadra ferry advisory committee, told more than 60 people gathered at the Quadra Community Centre last Wednesday that he approached BC Ferries about the night watchman and was told a decision would be coming in the next few weeks. “They told me that cancelling this position is part of the $14 million savings the province mandated BC Ferries to put into effect,” Ryan said. “I was told the senior people in BC Ferries were meeting, I was told last Thursday (April 3) – and they were going

to reverse their position on the night watchman. So stand by. I can guarantee you it will be a huge fight if they do cut the position.” If the night watchman is eliminated, BC Ferries plans to put up fencing and CCTV cameras for security. But the impacts are more far-reaching. “When they do a call out, he’s part of the crew,” Ryan said. “If he’s not there they have to find someone else and that’s problematic because not all the crew live on Quadra, some live in Campbell River. Two people work on the vessel at night – one is the watchman.” That type of delay could be critical for someone suffering from a medical emergency. One Quadra Island resident, who spoke passionately about the night watchman during last week’s community ferries

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trast, there were just 177 reported break-ins in all 2013. Since then, there’s been a slow decline, with B&Es to residences, other buildings, theft of autos and thefts from vehicles all dropping in frequency. Although, last year, there was a slight increase in the number

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from 2012-’13 from 13,425 to 12,955. According to Insp. Lyle Gelinas, who is leaving command of the city detachment to take a promotion in Alberta, the RCMP continue to focus on crime reduction which includes tagging/ graffiti. As well, in the final fis-

cal quarter of 2013, the detachment held nine restorative justice forums which allows people to make up for their crimes outside the court system. Those involved in the forums included four males, eight females, 11 youths and three adults. The oldest person was 29 and the youngest was 13.

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event guarantee up to $3,000, for a bid for the 2016 Female Under 18 National Hockey Championship,” wrote Strathcona Gardens staff Yves Bienvenu and Susan Bullock in a joint letter to the commission. The Vancouver Island Sport Tourism Council, which is working on the tournament bid, was created three years ago in recognition that smaller mid-Vancouver Island communities may have a hard time attracting national or international events on their own, but may be more successful as a group of communi-

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Campbell River Crime Stoppers has a warning for the Strathcona Regional District. It’s going to be wanting some money. Members presented the regional board last Thursday with a yearly round-up of its activities and accomplishments and at the end of the presentation promised they would return with a funding request. “We’ll be asking the regional district for money in the fall to start a (regional) program,” said Rob Harris, president of Campbell River Crime Stoppers. “Our thought pattern is a $10,000 investment to get the program started.” Pat Patterson, the coordinator and only paid member of Crime Stop-

pers, hinted a few weeks ago that the organization would be looking for money from the regional district. Patterson made a similar presentation to city council and said he would love to see the regional district chip in some funding as the program covers not just Campbell River but the entire Strathcona Regional District as well as the Regional District of Mt. Waddington (North Island). Since the city of Campbell River pays for Patterson’s co-ordinator position, he is based out of the Campbell River RCMP detachment, making it impossible for him to travel to the outlying areas to follow up on tips and subsequent criminal investigations. As co-ordinator, Patterson handles tips from the

public that may poten- in Campbell River who’ve (Excluding Snakes) tially lead to an arrest got grow-ops stored in or recovery of stolen other communities in property. If the case is the regional district right OFF in Campbell River, Pat- now,” Patterson said. Find a world-class selection of your favorite reptiles He added that funding terson can access backand other unique pets here. Expires April 30, 2014. ground information from from the regional district the RCMP and follow up would be put towards on tips. He doesn’t have advertising and prothat luxury outside of the moting the program to city nor the time, with educate and encourage 1250B Ironwood Street Campbell River 250-286-0077 working 30 hour work people outside of Campweeks. bell River to call Crime “I don’t have the ability Stoppers. Camp to go out there toer places T h e o r g a n i z at i o n bell Riv Mirror 31, 2014 like Sayward, to Quadra,Fri, Jan rewards tipsters, who to meet face-to-face with remain anonymous, with HEL NTED Place your next investigators,P”WAPatterson up for inforHELPto www.campbe WANTE$2,000 D HOME/BUSINESS SER llrivermirror.co HELP WANTED VICES m A25 MERCHANDISE FOR YRthe said. “If PA I had time to mation that leads to an OLL ADMINIS HELP WANTED SALE MERCHANDISE FOR TRATOR LAN SALE DSCAPING meet face-to-face arrest or the recovery of Walcan Seafood to folUNDER $400 Ltd. is a privat CUfor RT’S LANDSC MIS ely AP CEL ING ori ow LAN en ser ned,property. tree low up onted background EOUS FOR SALE stolen vice, stump family business locate ELECTRIC QU removal, prunEEN ing of fruit & d on Quadra all posads words Private ornamental ~ overlooking Dis itions. only BED with BOBBSEY TW Isla tree hedges,20 s, nd the organiINS by Lau Gently used. 3 speed vibrator. aer ery Passage. We Last files like I do incovCampyear Lee Hope ra $400 OBO. 250 thatching lawating and deprocessing facility are a seafood 202 -12 ns. 97. Campbell good conditio Book Set in Free estimates. Insure tha River. t pro duces a var d. 250-830-8776 Great antique n 1918 to 1978. bell River, I know we can zation $1,175 in products iety of cuspaid set for internati tom children’s boo over 50 plus on Call 250-287-9227 or drop in to al ma FUE rkets; and startin L/FIREWOOD a fresh Apartment size ks - $100. th yea approach to de r of busin PAINTING g ou make 40 the good job money on five r ess.we’re Our payroll isreward Please call 250 d piano $900. ntal care DRY FULL -792-3929 people with sea more than 100 stacke EVELYN M.DogwoodFirStreet. #104-250 son firewood. Split d cords of al peaks of 175. Interior Paintin HO doing aneven better. ” different tips. Crime T TUB Inte & g: rior prep Deliver We now have Local 1/2 cor opening within Best price. (SPA) COVERS. ds avail. 250-20ed. always use to completion. I our accounting Best quality. 5324. 3�o low w sha odo acc pes ur de dynamic an partment for ahandled a total epting applicati paint.be presented at time of booking. Expires April Colour consult & Patterson said heetiknows Stoppers Coupon must 30, 2014. All d energ ons for� 1-866-652-68 colours available. c payroll profes free estimates. ing available, sional. www.thecover37 FIREWOOD. fuss! 250-204-4 No muss, no Hy gie guy nis NIC .com/ of several cases where the of 295 tips which resulted t E Season 417. newspaper? Duties and Re Full cords $18 0. 250-203-3315ed. sponsibilities: giene Coordina Responsible payro ll and rel MERCHANDISE FOR person lives inateCampbell 28for arrests madeHyby tor the d duties including in SALE REAL ESTATE FURNITURE but not limited to: processing bi-we ekly payroll, res Riverfish but is committing and 44 cases were 8 PIECE din pondRCMP to employee/ er inquiries, admi BUILDING SUPPLIE If you have expe ing room set $40 0. S Che nis DUP rience working ste tercity. LEX/4-PLEX benefits, pre crimes outside ofyrothe cleared piece kitchen rfield set $300. 6 ROEs, pare T4s andfrom 43decharges as part of a reconcile pa DOWNSIZING ntal team, we we SALE Horylck ll accounts, prepa case $50. Cel set $100. BookFOR SALE BY Construction lcome your resum analysisare re job cos OWNER Phone: 250-33l: 250-609-2307 , answ Side by side Dup tin “There people laid in 2013. g e er telepholiving Dr. (Behind Ltd, 51 Colorado 1-4 180 lex, 3bdrms, ne an s, and other d cover le� Ocean Gro 2 brs Sto as

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Therapeutic Relaxation Appointment Free for those dealing with illness, grief or Caregivers. CR Hospice Society 250- 2861121 for appt. Seniors’ Centre Sportsplex 12:00 – 2:30pm Mexican Train, lunch, cards Community Centre 8:30 –11:30am. Line Dancing. For more: 250-914-4401. C.R. Healing Rooms 11:00 a.m.-1:00p.m. 684 Isl. Hwy 250-923-2312. Taking Off Pounds Sensibly – TOPS BC #3671 1441 Ironwood Street Weigh-In 8:30 to 9:35 am Meeting 9:50 to 11:00am. Family Gym-Walking-7yrs. 10:30-11:30am. Community Centre Gym. Drop in. Free. Family Place Drop In 8:30-11am Willow Pt. Neighbourhood(corner of Eardley & Larwood. AND Robron Cenre. 1-3pm. Free. Sing For Pure Joy! 3:00-4:30 p.m. Quadra Community Centre. All voices welcome. Mary 250 285-3764. Parent & Tots: Quadra Community Ctr, 9:30am12pm. Lost Families Found 7-9p.m. CR Genealogy Society Library hours. Help available. Maritime Museum. Janice: 250-203-0585 Open Mic: 6-9p.m. Serious Coffee. 250-9231312. Crib: CR Legion. Registration 6:30pm. Game: 7pm. 250-286-6831 Pool & Darts: Eagles Lounge 250-287-4990 Weight Watchers Meeting Quadra Community Centre, 6-7pm. Archery Range Open Fish & Wildlife 6:30-8pm. FMI 250-923-1838.

Tennis Club 6:00-10pm. Willow Point Park tennis courts. Everyone welcome!! Joan 250 923-8134 Seniors’ Centre Sportsplex Lunch, 12:00 – 3:00 Crib, cards. For more info please call 250-914-4401. Discovery Toastmasters 12:00-1:00 p.m. Community Centre-Rm 1. Contact Lorraine: 250-286-4273 Family Place Drop In 8:30-11am Discovery Passage, 2050 Pengelly Rd. Free. Lost Families Found: 10a.m.-3p.m. CR Genealogy Society Library hours. Help avail. Maritime Museum. 250-203-0585 Weight Watchers Mtg: Maritime Heritage Museum. 11:30am & 6:30pm Al-Anon on Quadra 7-8p.m. 972 West Road Quadra Island Children’s Centre OPT(Options for Sexual Health) Drop In Clinic 7-9pm. Health Unit in Tyee Plaza.. Education & Info. Low cost birth control. All ages welcome. 250-830-7603 Drop-In Meditation-All Levels 7-8p.m. Ocean Resort, 4384 Island Hwy. Lucas@ oceanresort.ca. 250-792-3165 TOPS #BC 4935 Bethany Lutheran Church. Weigh-In 7:45am-8:50am. Meeting 9:05 to 10:00am. CR Newcomer’s Meeting. 7pm. Ironwood Centre, 1351 Ironwood St. For women new to the area. Sandy 250-9237471. 1st Tuesday Acoustic Jam CR Lodge, 7pm. 250-287-7446 Weight Watchers Mtg: Maritime Heritage Centre 11am & 6pm, 250-286-3161

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COMMUNITY CALENDAR (across from Thrifty’s) 1441 Ironwood Rd. Mary 250 2853764. The Heart Support Group meeting 7pm. CR Community Centre.. 4th Wed of month. Ken: 250-923-3466 Midnight Shuttles Guild of spinners and weavers meeting. 7:30-9:30pm. Sybil Andrews Cottage, 2131 S. Isl. Hwy. 1st Wed. each mnth. Campbell River Libra ry Hours: 10am-8pm CR Parkinson self help support group 1:30 pm. Room 201, CR Baptist Church Newcomers welcome. Contact Pat at 286-1354. 2nd Wed of the month.

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In the Know Sessions CR Toastmasters 7-8:30pm. & Parent Networking 7-9pm. Robron Centre. 3rd Community Centre, Room Thurs. every month. 1. Sarah: 250-830-3839. FMI: colleen@forcesociety. smkannspeak@gmail.com com. 1-855-887-8004. www. Lost Families Found: 1:30- forcesociety.com 4p.m. CR Genealogy Society C.R. Healing Room-11a.m.Library hours. Help avail. Maritime Museum. 250-203- 1p.m. & 7-9p.m. 684 Isl. Hwy. Confidential prayer. No 0585 charge or appointment. 250Family Gym-Walking-7yrs. 923-2312 10:30-11:30am. Community Al-Anon- 1pm & 7:30pm. Centre Gym. $3 Drop in. 7th Day Adventist Church. Family Place Drop In Barb 250-923-5537 or Judy 9-11:30am. 1048 A Hemlock St. 250-923-1653. Free. 250-286-1161 AND 1-3pm. Community Centre. Free. 250- Campbell River Auction 286-1161 1358 Marwalk Cres, 6pm. 250-287-3939. www. CR Auction Viewing Day crauctions.ca 1358 Marwalk Cres. 9am-5pm. Lost Families Found: 1:30Seniors’ Centre Sportsplex 4p.m. CR Genealogy Society Lunch, 12:-2:30. Cards – Library hours. Helpavailable. 2:00pm. 250-914-4401. Maritime Museum. 250-203Campbell River Friendship 0585. Quilters’ Guild meeting. 7:00pm. Community Centre Lounge. 2nd Wed of month. FRIDAYS Everyone welcome. Seniors’ Centre Sportsplex Diabetic Drop In 3-4p.m. Lunch, 12:00-3:00 Mexican CR Hospital, Sunshine train, cards. 50/50 draw. For Wellness Centre more info: 250-914-4401. Jam Night 6:30-8:30p.m. Archery Range Hours Serious Coffee 250-923-1312 6:30-8pm. FMI 250923-1838. CR. Fish & Meaningful Media 3:30Wildlifehttp://www.crfw.net 8:30pm. Robron Centre. Movie, discussion & meal. Family Gym-Walking-7yrs. Debbie 250-830-0171 ext.812. 10:30-11:30am. Sportsplex. 3rd Monday Al-Anon 12:00-1:00 p.m. St Patrick’s Church, 34 S Alder St. Barb: 250-923-5537 or Judy: 250-923-1653 THURSDAYS

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UPCOMING EVENTS BIA Easter Event Sat. April 19. Egg Hunt at Ostler Park at 11:00am then activies and entertainment at Spirit Square. Old Time Gospel Singing-Songs of Easter Sat. April 19. Discovery Community Church, 250-10th Ave. 7pm. Free Pancake Breakfast Sun. April 20 Spirit Square. 8:30am. Easter Service at 10am. Everyone welcome. Easter Prize Shoot Sun. April 20. CR. Gun Club. 10am start. All levels welcome. Rain or Shine. FMI: Gary at 2866934. CR and District Food Bank Society AGM. Wed. April 23. 4:00pm. 1393 Marwalk Crescent. Members and new members welcome. Annual Election of Directors – Only Members vote Communitas Supportive Care Society Job Fair Wed. April 23. 1423 16th Avenue Unit A. 3-7pm. 250-286.-487. CommunitasCare.com.Currently looking for Residential Support Workers, Community Inclusion Workers, Home Share Providers and Respite Providers. CR and District Food Bank Society AGM Wed. April 23. 1393 Marwalk Cres. Members and new members welcome. Heart Support Group meeting Wed. April 23. CR Community Center. 7pm. New members welcome. ‘Walk for Hearts” preparations will be discussed. FMI: Ken at 923-3466. Tennis Club AGM. Thurs.April 24. Starting at 7:00pm at the Sportsplex. FMI: Joan Wood @ 250 923-8134 Musical Fundraiser Sat. May 24. Community Centre. 7 -9:30pm. River (Birgit) Kuit, Inclusion & Rock the Room. Proceeds to programs assisting our local homeless community. All ages welcome. By donation. TDBYC 8th Annual Marine Consignment Sale Sat. Apr 26. Bowser Legion. All watersports/marine related25% commission to DBYC. Drop off 9-11AM Sale 12-3 PM. 250- 757 -8438. ricknickerson@shaw.ca Hear no Evil Comedy Tour Thurs. April 24. Paramount Music Hall (tickets at 250-287-PINK) Willow Point Film Fest - “I Am” Fri. April 25 Doors open 6:30 PM. $1 popcorn, tea and coffee, movie by donation followed by open discussion. FMI: 250-895-0349 or admin@ cslcampbellriver.org Plant Sale: CR Garden Club Sat. April 26. CR Baptist Church, 260 S. Dogwood St. 9am-1pm. Plants of all kinds. A Workshop Retreat for Couples Sat. April 26. Ocean Resort, 9:30am-4:30pm. For more info and to register contact: Frances Ferguson, B.Ed. Registered Clinical Counsellor 778418-1818. franferguson@shaw.ca www.francesferguson.com. Roller Derby Fresh Meat Recruitment Sun. April 27. 2265 Cumberland, BC. 9:00-10:30am. The Brick House Betties are recruiting. Try out. $4.20. brickhousebetties.com Vancouver Island Fibre Fest Fri. May. 2-4. CR Community Centre. Workshops, markets, demos, cafe, fashion show and more! Workshop registration open. 250-286-1161. www. shelmack.wix.com/vancouverislandfibre 13th Annual Angel Rock Benefit & Dance Sat. May 3. Campbell River’s Thunderbird Hall. Orleans/Mardi Gras theme. Tickets avail. at the CR Hospice Society office (301 Dogwood Street) or call 250-286-1121. An Evening with Nyuymbalees Cultural Centre Sat. May 3. Quinsam Recreation Hall, 5pm. Cocktails, dinner, program & auction. For tickets & more info call 250-285-3733 or visit nuymbalees.com.

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Alarming earthquake report concerns Strathcona Regional District directors that the auditor gener- should “report publicly mic experts have been al’s office found similar on the level of pre- predicting a major, problems with Emer- paredness so British destructive earthquake A recent report from gency Management BC Columbians can under- will hit B.C. in the the province’s auditor 17years ago and yet the stand the extent of their future, although when general that reveals Brit- agency has not made vulnerability and make is hard to predict. According to the ish Columbians are at any significant progress informed decisions as to “significant risk” if the in fixing those issues, their own level of readi- province of B.C., you ness.” should be prepared to Big One were to occur which still exist today. Jones said the best be on your own withCurtoday, has r e n t course of action is for out help for 72 hours at least one Auditor people to do all they or more following an Strathcona THEY SAID General can, without relying earthquake. Regional IT: “British R u s s on the government for District It’s recommended Columbians J o n e s assistance. director conto keep the following need to take “British Columbians emergency supplies in a said part cerned. responsibility o f t h e need to take responsi- bag at home, in your car, The report, and prepare for problem bility and prepare for a and at work: which was i s t h at catastrophic earthquake given to the a catastrophic s u c c e s - to protect themselves n First aid kit regional disearthquake” trict, found – Russ Jones, B.C. sive B.C. and their families,” n Shelter-plastic tarp that Emerauditor general govern- Jones said. T h e S t r a t h c o n a or small tent ments gency Manhave not Regional District does agement BC b e e n run an Emergency n Water-at least four is not prepared for a catastrophic allocating sufficient Prep are dness pro - litres per person, per earthquake – the agen- funding to adequately gram which covers the day prepare the province entire region, including cy’s exact task. n Water purification Area D Director for a catastrophic earth- Campbell River, and has the capacity to help vic- tablets Brenda Leigh was con- quake. “Emergency Man- tims short-term in the cerned by the findings n Food-non-perishof the auditor general agement BC’s current event of disaster. Still, the auditor gen- ables such as canned or and wondered where it operating budget for would leave the Strath- emergency activities is eral’s report was alarm- dehydrated food, dried cona Regional District approximately the same ing to some on the fruit and canned juices in the event of an emer- as it was in 2006,” Jones regional district board, said in a release. “In which decided to write gency. n Flashlight and spare “I find it very dis- addition, EMBC staff is a letter Emergency batteries turbing,” Leigh said at busy with daily emer- Management BC and regional board meet- gencies such as floods to the Minister of Jusn Essential medicaing March 27. “I think and fires so catastrophic tice regarding the state tions the SRD is prepared as earthquake planning is of catastrophic earthit can be, but if we can’t done as a side-of-desk quake readiness within n Toiletry items the regional district. rely on phoning up activity.” It’s no secret that seisJones said the agency Victoria for assistance n Shoes because they’re not ready, what would we do? I think we should be writing to them to Campbell River Gun Club presents express our concern.” What’s arguably the most distressing, is KRISTEN DOUGLAS

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No escaping need for critical thinking If there is an emerging theme to the 2010s, it is that many basic assumptions – no matter how cherished or long-held – are no longer enough to support our decision-making. No matter where we stand on the We say: Too often, political spectrum, no matter how propseudo-facts can environment or pro-industry we are, no matter how trusting of government be cobbled from we feel or devoted to the rights of elements of truth the individual we want to be, we are challenged to sift and examine facts, to consider carefully the sources of our information, and reject propaganda and spin, no matter whether from

‘pro-’ or ‘anti-’ forces. We are faced by issues of such magnitude, whether globally (the effect of carbon emissions on the atmosphere, the spread of radioactive contamination from Fukushima, for example) – or locally, that we can’t afford to trust the old simplistic, assumption-based arguments anymore. The downside of the information explosion of the past few decades has been information overload – and this has not been ignored by those, whatever their political stripe, who have motives to coax us in one direction or another. Pseudo-facts can be cobbled from elements of the truth

and tailored to fit all our pre-existing assumptions, and the combined result can be promulgated endlessly across the Internet, not just in a matter of hours, but in seconds. Instead of some basic, underlying incontrovertible truth (which is possibly our most dangerous assumption), we are too often left only with an impression of the truth, geared to our emotions and fueled by millions of lobbying dollars. Our responsibility, no matter how we wish to shirk it, is to stay informed and examine, critically, evidence from all sides of the issues. – Black Press

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Food Bank says thanks

Once again the Campbell River and District Food Bank wishes to express our appreciation and thanks for the generosity of the community of Campbell River. For the past year we have been searching for a new vehicle for our food pick-ups from local business. Our old truck was ending its useful life and unfortunately it ended before we acquired a new vehicle. Our back-up truck, donated to us a few years ago, was pressed into use as often as the regular truck and even though it’s a bit shakey, we have been using it steadily over the last month. An emergency request was placed with Daybreak Rotary and they quickly came to our rescue. We now have a primary vehicle, and, almost simultaneously, a second vehicle has been donated. Both are reliable transportation for us and everyone’s blood pressure has returned to normal. Our heartfelt thanks go to the following who worked diligently to make this happen: Daybreak Rotary, especially Don Huestis, Jim Voth and Orla Jensen; Tyee Chevrolet, especially Tim Fluter who worked tirelessly on this Quality Designs, who are making the advertising signage; Plastics Plus, who are providing the plastic floor base for the van; you, the citizens of Campbell River who buy the Ducks, which permit Rotarians to provide the community service that they do; Cathy & Jim Voth, who have most generously donated the second vehicle to us; finally, Debbie and George, our front line folks at the Food Bank who demonstrated the ultimate in patience and who, I’m sure, doubted it would ever happen. Lynn Nash, President Campbell River and District Food Bank Society

B.C. farmland fight sheds little light

Tom Fletcher B.C. Views

Detailed debate on changes to the Agricultural Land Commission got underway in the legislature last week, while protesters played to urban voters outside. A couple of West Kootenay NDP supporters brought a basket of homegrown veggies down to help East Kootenay MLA Bill Bennett get through the winter on a 100-mile diet. A group of mostly UBC scientists wrote to Premier Christy Clark, embracing the popular assumption that the changes will automatically mean more exclusions of agricultural land, as well as expanded secondary uses in the Cariboo, Kootenay and North zones. This “jeopardizes species at risk, threatens many common species, and will impact many species prized for hunting,” they

wrote. It makes me wonder if these university botanists and bird experts actually understand what farming is. You know, clear-cutting a forest and planting largely monoculture crops? Using big machinery, creating drainage, applying fertilizers, controlling diseases, pests and wild animals? Not backyard gardening, real farming of the sort that has fed more people than in all of human history? Have they heard that the largest cause of deforestation in North America is farming? Do they imagine habitat loss from subdivisions sprawling across the Cariboo? Forests Minister Steve Thomson has been pinch-hitting for Fort St. John MLA Pat Pimm on the agriculture file as Pimm undergoes cancer treatment.

Thomson took exception when NDP agriculture critic Nicolas Simons asked if he is aware people think the changes are to “neuter the chair of the Agricultural Land Commission.” Thomson, a former executive director of the Kelowna-based B.C. Agriculture Association, replied that the changes do not reduce the independence of the chair. Under further questioning from Simons, Thomson allowed that the current ALC chair, Richard Bullock, has provided no response to the government on the proposals. Kelowna-Lake Country MLA Norm Letnick was appointed Friday to replace Pimm as agriculture minister. But this ALC project is Bennett’s initiative, so I asked him about his changes to the

appointment process. Bennett said the six regional panels, up to three people each, were set up by then-minister Stan Hagen in 2003 to provide local input. That worked well, he said, until Bullock came on the scene and began exercising his discretion not to appoint people recommended by cabinet. “The chair doesn’t like the regional panels,” Bennett told me. “It’s a pain in the ass for the chair to have to deal with 18 farmers from all over the province in making decisions. It would be six farmers, because only one person from the regional panel actually sits on the provincial commission. “He thinks that it’s unwieldy, and he’d rather have the decision-making cenContinued on Pg. 9


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Fighting HIV and AIDS in your community is as easy as picking up a menu tomorrow. This spring, over 75 of Vancouver Island’s best-loved restaurants will come together to take part in Dining Out For Life, an annual fundraiser that supports island programs and services for people living with and affected by HIV/AIDS. One key area of support that directly benefits from Dining Out For Life is nutrition: “Nutrition plays a crucial role in keeping the effects of HIV and AIDS in check.” says Gill Scadeng, nutrition program coordinator at AIDS Vancouver Island. “It’s wonderful that peo-

ple can come together over a great meal knowing they’re helping to provide nourish- ment and care to others in their community.” For one day, participating restaurants will donate 25 per cent of food sales to AIDS Vancouver Island, an island-wide AIDS service organization. The annual event, now in its ninth year, has raised more than $200,000 for programs and ser- vices across Vancouver Island. For restaurateurs, the event offers a chance to give back to their community as well as a promotional boost—diners are encouraged to get out and enjoy a meal at their favourite local establishment, or to

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try out a new one, with many restaurants offering special menu items on the day. Participating restaurants in Campbell River include Fusilli Grill, the Royal Coachman Inn, and Salmon Point Restaurant and Pub.

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ing the lives of many people, their family and friends,” says Greg Hays, co-owner of Café Brio in Victoria, a Dining Out For Life participant since 2008. “Dining Out For Life is a chance for us to raise awareness and acceptance of the disease and maybe someday no one will have to suffer.” Dining Out For Life Vancouver Island is part of a larger international effort involving AIDS service organizations serv- ing 60 cities and regions across North America. In 2013, Dining Out For Life events across the US and Canada raised more than $4 million dollars for HIV/AIDS nutrition programs.

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tralized in Burnaby. But we changed that.  We decided as a duly elected government in 2003 that we wanted the regions to have a say on this stuff, so the intention of the legislation, we felt, was actually being defeated, because we hadn’t made it mandatory.” It will be mandatory soon, and Bullock’s days as commission chair appear to be numbered. “There’s no more discretion for any future chair to monkey with it,” Bennett added. One of Bennett’s key issues is denial of secondary residence construction to keep families on the land in the Interior. The legislation also introduces social and economic factors in weighing decisions in the North, Cariboo and Kootenay regions, where in most cases development pressure is an urban myth. The main ALC board will still have authority to revisit a local panel decision if the chair deems it inconsistent with the mandate to protect farmland. tfletcher@blackpress.ca

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Think local and eat local with the Campbell River Food Map Campbell River’s Food Map will be released today to coincide with the annual Earth Week Film Festival and will be available online at www. foodmap.campbellriver. ca The Food Map was developed by the city in partnership with the Campbell River Chamber of Commerce and with funding from the Real Estate Foundation of BC to encourage the growing, sale, production, and consumption of local food products. “The map will help strengthen the local economy and support a positive business climate by promoting local businesses that offer unique agriculture and food products that are grown and produced in the community,” says Colleen Evans, President of the Campbell River Chamber of Commerce. The project builds on the Chamber’s ‘Think Local’ campaign which is designed to strengthen the local economy by increasing awareness about local businesses, as well as the products and services that they offer. A Think Local, Eat

THEY SAID IT: “Our agriculture plan outlines a 50year vision.”

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Local logo has been created as part of the map promotion, which will identify businesses that have listed products on the map. “We’ve heard back from participating businesses, and there is definitely an appetite for this tool in the community,” says Richard Buchan, the City’s Food Map/ Green Initiatives Coordinator. “Some of the participating businesses have even said that they may be using the Think Local, Eat Local logo on their product packaging, menus/flyers, roadside signs, delivery vehicles, and in their storefront windows. Be on the lookout for the Think Local, Eat Local brand if you’re interested in supporting local businesses and buying local food.” A wide range of local

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guide, and agricultural land registry.” The agricultural land inventory is another valuable feature of the Food Map. Private land owners will be able to list properties available for lease or rent that include an agricultural function such as farming or gardening. For example, aging residents who find it difficult to manage their property may benefit from partnering with local community groups interested in small-scale local food production or recreational gardening. Some public lands will also be listed as having potential for food growing projects such as community gardens. While the sites aren’t guaranteed for these purposes, the inventory provides community groups with options to explore for new community gardens, restoration initiatives and urban orchards. For more information on the Food Map or to have your business or farm listed, contact Richard Buchan at 250-2865700 or email: richard. buchan@campbellriver. ca

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Tourism businesses applaud Quadra park expansion A group of Campbell River and Discovery Islands businesses known as the Discovery Islands Marine Tourism group are handing out kudos to the BC government for living up to its promise to expand and complete the Octopus Islands Marine Park. The deal to purchase private property on Quadra Island from Merrill Ring, a US based logging company has been in the works for many years and is worth

$5.85 million. Spokesperson Ralph Keller applauded the land acquisition saying, “This is a good move. We tend to give government a rough ride when they make mistakes so it’s appropriate to support them when they get it right.” He then added, “There is a tendency for government to forget that parks add value to the economy because it’s difficult for them to measure any monetary return. In real-

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THEY SAID IT: “There is a tendency for government to forget that parks add value to the economy.”

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Desolation Sound, Octopus Islands, and Small Inlet Marine Parks are part of the most

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BIG SAVINGS MAKE THE HOLIDAY MEAL THAT MUCH BETTER! New Zealand

7

Sunrise Farms

Semi-boneless Leg of Lamb

99

17.61 per kg

Fres

Canadian AAA

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8

PER

Locally Raised BC Poultry

lb

Hertel’s

Fresh Grade A

• Free Run • Grain Fed

Get a dozen

Use your Q-Card when you buy

LARGE QF WHITE EGGS

Dempster’s (QJOLVK0XIÀQV 2 $

6

FREE

2$ for

Dairyland

4

473ml

2$ for

International Delight

5

Lay’s

2

9

Family Size Potato Chips 270gr

473ml

99

2$ for

3 $5

4

5

99

Plus Applicable Fees

Liberte

0% Greek Yogourt

Tortilla Chips or Salsa

Classic Dip Dip 225gr

Assorted Sizes

2$ for

4

2$ for

5

for

3

99

4x100gr

Tostitos

Nalley

Plus Applicable Fees

0% Greek Yogourt

Selected, 500ml

3 $ 99 for

Liberte

Ice Cream

12x355ml

Whipping Cream

750ml

500gr

Haagen Dazs

Pepsi, 7-Up or Schweppes

per lb

Mineral Water

A $3.69 Value FREE

500ml

99

San Pellegrino

Hurry... Limited Time Offer. Ends 04/20/14

STOCK UP ON FAVOURITE SNACKS!

Sour Cream

lb

3

ON ALL FRESH TURKEYS

Locally Raised BC Poultry

per lb

Dairyland

PER

Fresh Gourmet Sausages

FAMILY PACK

for

69

8.80 per kg

99

6’s

• Free Run • Grain Fed

Assorted Sizes

GRADE

d ia

19.81 per kg

h Ca na

Rib Eye Grilling Steak

5.93 per kg

Turkey

AAA

2

Whole Roasting Chicken

Liberte

Mediterranee Yogourt 500gr

99 2 99 2


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THERE’S AN APRIL L SHOWER SH HOWER OWER OF SAVINGS SAV AV DOWN EVERY RY AISLE IN THE STORE! Canadian AA

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Bee

4

11.00 per kg

FAMILY PACK

13.20 per kg

99

Spiral Ham Half

Sunrise Farms

Whole Frying Chicken 2 Pack, 5.48 per kg

Orville Redenbacher’s

Pop Up Bowl Gourmet Popping Corn

3

2

99

Jet-Puffed Marshmallows 400gr

49

375gr

PER

lb

7

PER

lb

5

49 PER

lb

10x

2

49

Grimm’s

49

Naturally Smoked Sausage

3$

lb

5

IIn Effect Until Sunday April 20, 2014

Comox - Port Alberni - Powell River - Qualicum Foods - Courtenay

points

2

99

2

99

454gr 4

6

275gr

4

Peanuts Resealable Bag

Whole Almonds W

Cashews

99 Plus Applicable Fees

Ocean Spray

Hawkins

1.89lt

210gr

3

99

Cocktail

for

99

Martinellis

Juice or Lemonade 750ml

Cheezies

3

99 Plus Applicable Fees

Motts Mr. & Mrs. T

Beverage Mix 1lt

275-300gr

2 $5

Q

Blue Diamond bonus

Planters

100% Pure & Natural Orange Juice

Planters

99

your Q- Points at

Tropicana T i

2.63lt

99

5

375gr

PER

YOUR EASTER TREASURE HUNT ENDS HERE!

200-400gr

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99

Cornish Game Hen

5.48 per kg

Wafers or Crumbs

Cool Whip

• Free Run • Grain Fed

Frozen

QF your snack food headquarters!

for

Christie

Mitchell’s

Toupie Ham Half

Kraft

225gr or 1lt

lb

Bacon

3

7.69 per kg

Kraft

PER

Schneiders

Cook’s

5 Locally Raised BC Poultry

Boneless Skinless Chicken Breast

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Inside Round Oven Roast

420-516gr

Sunrise Farms

Fres

2

99 Plus Applicable Fees

3$ for

5

3

99


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Easter Entertaining made easy at Quality Foods! Stoned Wheat Thins

Tassimo

108-472gr

907gr

99

MacLaren’s

99

120-129gr

4

250ml

Miracle Whip or Mayo

Knorr

Dry Soup, Sauce or Gravy Mix

5

3$

26-83gr

for

for

Knorr

890ml

4

900ml

for

Lindt

Green Giant

Vegetables

Valley Selections Vegetables

Selected, 341-398ml

300- 500gr

99

¢

454gr

for

5

8

154gr

5 3 2$ for

Milk Chocolate Egg 3x20gr

Nestle

3

5

Pie Filling

Kinder Surprise Maxi Egg or Ferrero Rocher Easter Rabbit

150-162.5gr

Smarties Chicken & Egg, Bunny or L’il Eggs

3

99

Green Giant

Pillsbury

226-250gr

312-454gr

2

99

Ready To Bake Easter Cookies

Simply Steam Vegetables

5 99

¢

2

8

Saputo

4

3

E.D. Smith

Dole

796ml

398ml

for

5

Rosenborg Danish Brie or Camembert Cheese

99

Plus Applicable Fees

Pineapple

2$

2

125gr

99

99

¢

Christie

Crackers

Selected, 175-454gr

2$

99

for

5

BRING REAL TASTE HOME!

Uncle Ben’s

Ocean Spray

348ml

Pillsbury

Uncle Ben’s

Classiques Recipe Rice Selections

Cranberry Sauce

255-397gr

Plus Applicable Fees

Castello

320gr

99

Pastry Shells

3

Shredded Cheese

8’s, 156gr

Tenderflake

3

99

Smarties Hide-Me Eggs

99

4

Non Alcoholic, 6x250ml

Pure Pumpkin

540ml

88

Nestle

Old Tyme Ginger Beer

99

Plus Applicable Fees

E.D. Smith

100-200gr

99

Frozen Vegetables

2$ for

Kinder Surprise

Mini Eggs

Butter

750gr

2$

100gr

Cadbury

Green Giant

Lindor Mini Easter Eggs

88

Products “Picked at the peak of perfection!” Green Giant

5

for

99

Plus Applicable Fees

The Great Jamaican

6x330ml

2$

Lindt

Gold Bunny & Carrot Pack

Quality Foods

3$

99

Plus Applicable Fees

Sparkling Fruit Beverage

Soft Cider

4x330ml

6

99

99

San Pellegrino

500-750ml

2

5

2

Growers

Pickled Beets

Premium Pickles

154gr

7 3

Simply Broth

9

Bick’s

Bick’s

2$

99

Bottles, 6x330ml

99

1lt

for

Non-Alcoholic Beer

1.89lt

EASTER EGG EXTRAVAGANZA!

Kraft

250gr

2$

Selected, 1lt

99

Philadelphia Cream Cheese

Dressing

for

Bick’s

3

99

Kraft

9

Dill Pickles or Hamburger Slices

Beck’s

Clamato Juice

99

Mini Cheese

Kraft

3$

2

220-240gr

Sharp Cold Pack Cheddar, 250gr

4

Babybel

Cracker Barrel Cheese Slices

Mott’s

907gr

99

Kraft

Imperial Carefully Aged Cheese

Melitta

Estate Whole Bean Coffee

Cracker Barrel Cheddar Cheese

600gr

6

All QF Stores open until 6pm Easter Sunday regular hours Good Friday and Monday

Kraft

Crackers

Coffee

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Crescents, Rolls or Biscuits

Stuff’n Such Stuffing

Selected, 227-340gr

120gr

170-180gr

2

99

2

99

3$ for

5

3$ for

5

3$ for

4

2$ for

4


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Easter Entertaining made easy at Quality Foods! Stoned Wheat Thins

Tassimo

108-472gr

907gr

99

MacLaren’s

99

120-129gr

4

250ml

Miracle Whip or Mayo

Knorr

Dry Soup, Sauce or Gravy Mix

5

3$

26-83gr

for

for

Knorr

890ml

4

900ml

for

Lindt

Green Giant

Vegetables

Valley Selections Vegetables

Selected, 341-398ml

300- 500gr

99

¢

454gr

for

5

8

154gr

5 3 2$ for

Milk Chocolate Egg 3x20gr

Nestle

3

5

Pie Filling

Kinder Surprise Maxi Egg or Ferrero Rocher Easter Rabbit

150-162.5gr

Smarties Chicken & Egg, Bunny or L’il Eggs

3

99

Green Giant

Pillsbury

226-250gr

312-454gr

2

99

Ready To Bake Easter Cookies

Simply Steam Vegetables

5 99

¢

2

8

Saputo

4

3

E.D. Smith

Dole

796ml

398ml

for

5

Rosenborg Danish Brie or Camembert Cheese

99

Plus Applicable Fees

Pineapple

2$

2

125gr

99

99

¢

Christie

Crackers

Selected, 175-454gr

2$

99

for

5

BRING REAL TASTE HOME!

Uncle Ben’s

Ocean Spray

348ml

Pillsbury

Uncle Ben’s

Classiques Recipe Rice Selections

Cranberry Sauce

255-397gr

Plus Applicable Fees

Castello

320gr

99

Pastry Shells

3

Shredded Cheese

8’s, 156gr

Tenderflake

3

99

Smarties Hide-Me Eggs

99

4

Non Alcoholic, 6x250ml

Pure Pumpkin

540ml

88

Nestle

Old Tyme Ginger Beer

99

Plus Applicable Fees

E.D. Smith

100-200gr

99

Frozen Vegetables

2$ for

Kinder Surprise

Mini Eggs

Butter

750gr

2$

100gr

Cadbury

Green Giant

Lindor Mini Easter Eggs

88

Products “Picked at the peak of perfection!” Green Giant

5

for

99

Plus Applicable Fees

The Great Jamaican

6x330ml

2$

Lindt

Gold Bunny & Carrot Pack

Quality Foods

3$

99

Plus Applicable Fees

Sparkling Fruit Beverage

Soft Cider

4x330ml

6

99

99

San Pellegrino

500-750ml

2

5

2

Growers

Pickled Beets

Premium Pickles

154gr

7 3

Simply Broth

9

Bick’s

Bick’s

2$

99

Bottles, 6x330ml

99

1lt

for

Non-Alcoholic Beer

1.89lt

EASTER EGG EXTRAVAGANZA!

Kraft

250gr

2$

Selected, 1lt

99

Philadelphia Cream Cheese

Dressing

for

Bick’s

3

99

Kraft

9

Dill Pickles or Hamburger Slices

Beck’s

Clamato Juice

99

Mini Cheese

Kraft

3$

2

220-240gr

Sharp Cold Pack Cheddar, 250gr

4

Babybel

Cracker Barrel Cheese Slices

Mott’s

907gr

99

Kraft

Imperial Carefully Aged Cheese

Melitta

Estate Whole Bean Coffee

Cracker Barrel Cheddar Cheese

600gr

6

All QF Stores open until 6pm Easter Sunday regular hours Good Friday and Monday

Kraft

Crackers

Coffee

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Crescents, Rolls or Biscuits

Stuff’n Such Stuffing

Selected, 227-340gr

120gr

170-180gr

2

99

2

99

3$ for

5

3$ for

5

3$ for

4

2$ for

4


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LUNCHES ARE MADE EASY WITH MEAT, CHEESE AND MORE FROM THE DELI! Sunrise

MapleLodge

1

Bonus Q-Points

Large Deli Salad

10,000

Q

points

1

49 per 100gr

Vienna

1

Olivina or Healthy Attitude Margarine

2

Cheese Singles Selected, 250gr

2500 500gr

Applewood

Woolwich Dairy

Chevrai 113gr

99 per 100gr

Mushroom Caps

6

Min. 600gr

Something Special

Gourmet Pepper Jelly 300gr

SEAFOOD CENTRE

2000

3 3 3

99 per 100gr

99 99

per 100gr

Bacon & Onion or Seafood

Large Seven Layer Dip

Smoked Cheddar Cheese

Single Cream Brie Cheese

Kraft

Oikos

In Store Made

per 100gr

Damafro

3000

Danone

per 100gr

49

CHEESE CENTRE

427gr

49

99

Roast Beef or New York Style Corned Beef

bonus

Lactantia

1

Black Forest or Old Fashioned Ham

Roast or Smoked Turkey

Maple or Cajun Chicken Breast

Continental

2

99 CHINESE E FOOD

29 per 100gr

Available at Select Stores

Dinner For Two

2195

Spring Roll

119 each

Fresh

Frozen or Previously Frozen

Digby Scallops

Hand Peeled Shrimp

Cutex

Polish Remover

3

200ml

1500 Axe

Shampoo or Conditioner

Selected, 354-355ml

5000 Always

Infinity Pads

Selected, 12-18’s

3500 Wonder English Muffins 6’s

5000

King & Prince Gourmet Crab or Lobster Cakes Min. 80gr

49

LARGE 10/20 SIZE

Frozen or Previously Frozen

Cooked White Tiger Prawns

1

Tail on, 31/40 Size

99

4

69

per 100gr

2

49 per 100gr

Fresh

per 100gr

Grey Cod Fillets

1

99 per 100gr


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A FRESH START TO YOUR SPRING DAY Dinner or Crusty Buns

Raisin or Chelsea Bread

2

2$

49

Golden West English Muffins

8” Apple Pie

4

99

6 Pack

2$ for

Cream Puffs

7

4

3

99

for

Organic Pasta Sauce

2

739ml

HOUSEHOLD

Double Roll Bathroom Tissue

5

99

Paper Towels 6’s

5

99

Smarties

for

Sensible Portions

Smucker’s

142gr

310ml

5 1

99

Eco Pac Organic Cereal

2

5

Finish

1.6lt or 1.8kg

99

1

Organic Peanut Butter 500gr

Lysol

3

99

Quality Fresh

Sweet Treats Chocolate Pretzels 225gr

2

99

Quality Fresh

Family Favourites Cranberries

3

99

Organically Yours

Roasted & Salted, 200gr

710ml

4

per 100gr

Organic California Pistachios

Toilet Bowl Cleaner

99

49

Dried, 400gr

Maranatha

99

750-907gr

5

No Sugar Added Spread

99

Dishwasher Detergent

SpongeTowels

5

Nature’s Path

Simply Natural

Nestle

2$

Veggie Straws

Selected, 300-375gr

Milk Chocolate, 100gr

5000

Selected, 6’s

for

Pasta

3$

Selected

BULK

Bagels

2$

Catelli

Organic O i Fair Trade Bunny

6 Pack

Original Cakerie Squares

600gr

for

Cuisine C Cu ui Camino

99

Dempsters

Signature or Cinnamon Raisin Bread

5

Bonus Q-Points

3

Dempsters

99 2 $ 5

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12 pack

2$ for

5

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99

California “King Label”

69

California “Dole Label”

Fresh Celery 1.52 per kg

Premium Yams 2.18 per kg

¢

per lb

¢ per lb

CELLO WRAPPED

4

BC Grown “Hot House”

Mixed Colored Peppers

2lb BAG

“Andy Boy”

2

Fresh Cauliflower

Romaine Hearts

99

3’s

2.18 per kg

99

California “Green Giant”

1lb BAG

2$ for

Green Bell Peppers

3

ORGA NIC

3.28 per kg

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99

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3x4 Strathcona Nordics Body cheque

Campbell River Oldtimers Hockey Club 55-plus members (from left) Ken Piercy, Greg Savard (from right) Craig Spikman, Dave Bawtinheimer, and Ben Goodyear donate $500 to Campbell River Salvation Army Capt. Gord Taylor (center).

City council could proceed with pre-authorized tax payments for 2015

Up for city council ratification last night was a plan to give Campbell River property owners the ability to make monthly contributions to tax payments rather than paying in a lump sum. The new pre-authorized payment service would begin in August this year, with contributions earning interest toward 2015 tax payments. How would it work? Property owners would arrange for monthly payments to be automatically withdrawn from their bank account starting in August and ending in May. An annual tax notice would be mailed at the end of May each year showing the current year’s taxes due, less the total prepayments and interest earned on 10 pre-authorized installments. The balance owing would be withdrawn from the bank account on the tax due date in July. This can all be done online so taxpayers will not have to travel to City Hall if they choose not to. People opting to pay their property taxes

through pre-authorized installments would still have to claim their Home Owner Grant each year. Because the final payment withdrawn in July would be based on the taxes still owing on the due date, pre-payment customers would be requested to claim their Home Owner Grant no later than June 15. The monthly payment amount would be an estimate only, calculated based on the previous year’s net tax payable (after Home Owner Grant, if applicable). The amount of the regular monthly payment for the next year would be included on the annual tax notice – and prepayments start again each August. “For many years, the

city’s Finance Department has accepted postdated cheques from taxpayers who wish to make tax payments in installments through the course of the year. These have always been processed manually by staff and is quite time consuming. The city now has the computer software necessary to provide an automatic bank account withdrawal service that is commonly offered in many municipalities across the province, and is considered efficient for both the taxpayer and the local government,” says Myriah Foort, the City’s Finance Manager. People will be able to apply for the program at any time as long as their property tax account

is current, through an authorization form, available at City Hall, the Community Centre, the Sportsplex and the city’s website. All outstanding property taxes would have to be paid in full prior to joining the program. A taxpayer participating in the program may withdraw from the program at any time. The amount paid would remain in the tax account. There are no refunds of tax prepayments under the plan. Interest rates would vary from year to year based on prevailing market rates. The current rate the city would offer on this program is estimated at one per cent. For more visit www. campbellriver.ca.

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BC Lung Association’s various programs and services. Save on golf while supporting the 1 in 5 British Columbians living with breathing problems. Buy a Golf Privilege Club Book today. Visit www.golfandsave.ca or call 1.800.665.5864. About the BC Lung Association For more than 100

years, the BC Lung Association has been the voice and primary resource for lung health in Canada. Founded to fight tuberculosis, the BC Lung Association today fights lung disease in all its forms, with special emphasis on tobacco control, asthma, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, environmental health and air quality. A non-profit, nongovernmental organization, the BC Lung Association acts as an educational resource for the general public as

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Flowers are blooming and the weather’s improving – sure signs for golfers to swing into savings with the BC Lung Association’s Golf Privilege Club Membership Book. “Our membership book saves golfers hundreds of dollars for less than the price of one round of golf. It’s also a great way for golfers to pay less and play more

while supporting the Lung Association’s work to improve lung health in British Columbia,” says Sharon Korol, BC Lung Association Volunteer Director for Campbell River. For only $35, the membership book entitles golfers to discounts at more than 120 courses across BC and Washington State. All proceeds go to

You’re Invited to a Learning Party at your Neighbourhood School Cedar • May 12 at 1 p.m. • June 5 at 1 p.m.

(250) 287.8335 Ready, Set, Learn! Welcome to Kindergarten

Discovery Passage • May 27 at 12:30 p.m.

(250) 287.3836 Ready, Set, Learn & Welcome to Kindergarten

École des Deux Mondes • May 9 at 1:30 p.m. • May 13 at 1 p.m.

(250) 286.0511 Ready, Set, Learn! Welcome to Kindergarten

École Willow Point • April 16 at 1 p.m. • May 7 at 1 p.m.

(250) 923.4311 Welcome to Kindergarten Ready, Set, Learn!

Georgia Park • May 1 at 12:45 p.m. • May 7 at 12:50 p.m.

(250) 923.0735 Ready, Set, Learn! Welcome to Kindergarten

Ocean Grove • May 14 at 1 p.m. • May 28 at 1 p.m.

(250) 923.4266 Welcome to Kindergarten Ready, Set, Learn!

Oyster River • May 7 at 1 p.m.

(250) 923.4275 Ready, Set, Learn! & Welcome to Kindergarten

Penfield • May 14 at 10:30 a.m. • May 14 at 1 p.m.

(250) 923.4251 Ready, Set, Learn! Welcome to Kindergarten

Pinecrest • April 15 at 1:30 p.m. • April 25 at 12:30 p.m.

(250) 287.8805 Ready, Set, Learn! Welcome to Kindergarten

Quadra • May 9 at 10:45 a.m.

(250) 285.3385 Ready, Set, Learn & Welcome to Kindergarten

Ripple Rock • April 30 at 12:30 p.m. • May 14 at 12:30 p.m.

(250) 850.2035 Ready, Set, Learn! Welcome to Kindergarten

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Ready, Set, Learn and Welcome to Kindergarten are open house events hosted at district elementary schools to help preschoolers and parents transition into school. Ready, Set, Learn events are open to children from 3 years of age to 5. Welcome to Kindergarten events are intended for children entering kindergarten in September. Please call your local school to confirm your attendance or for specific times.

For more information, please contact: Rhona Soutar, Director of Instruction at (250) 830.2328

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Sharon Korol, BC Lung Association volunteer director for Campbell River, is encouraging local golfers to pick up a Golf Privilege Club Membership Book to support the Lung Association’s work to improve lung health.

Making the right post-secondary education choices – here or there

Sandowne (250) 923.4248 • April 16 at 1 p.m. Welcome to Kindergarten * Ready, Set, Learn events being held on multiple dates. Call the school for info.

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It’s almost time for your child to head off for college or university. But how do you make sure he or she will make the right educational choices – and is it better to select a school near home or farther away? • Research education programs and schools and consider a trip to the school. Be sure your child is comfortable with their choice. • As early as possible, plan how you will pay for your child’s postsecondary education: - Investments held in a Registered Education Savings Plans (RESPs) work well and take advantage of government contributions as well as incomesplitting. - Your child may be able to work part-time or during the summer. - Apply for scholarships and bursaries. - Always file tax returns for your child to recover withheld taxes from their employment, to obtain refundable GST and other tax credits, and to build Investments held in

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Up-and-coming young pianist to appear in Campbell River Singers spring concert

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ampbell River Singers annual Spring Concert, “Springtime on the River”, will be held at St.Peter’s Anglican church on Sunday April 27 at 2 p.m. This year, the Singers will be joined by local musical phenomenon Carter Johnson, a student of Shelley Roberts, as their special guest. Seventeen-year-old Johnson is recognized internationally as a pianist of great artistic integrity. His long list of achievements includes Second Prize in the Julia Crane International Piano Competition in New York, Second Place in the CFMTA Young Artist’s Piano Competition in Regina, the special Baroque and chamber music prizes in the CFMTA competition, a Gold Medal from the Royal Conservatory in Elementary Piano

Carter Johnson has been racking up the international accolades and Campbell Riverites can hear him April 27 as a special guest at the Campbell River Singers’ Springtime on the River concert.

Pedagogy, the BCRMTA Gold Award in Community Service, and numerous winnings at other provincial and national festivals. Johnson has received his A.R.C.T. in Piano

Performance (with Distinction) from the Royal Conservatory and his A.T.C.L. in Speech and Drama (also with Distinction) from Trinity College London and plans to pursue his stud-

ies in music to prepare for an international career as an artist and teacher. The Singers look forward to presenting their audience with a great selection of pieces that

you are sure to enjoy. There will be something for everyone, from easy jazz to My Fair Lady. Tickets, available from choir members or at the door, are: adults $15;   students and seniors

Not a typical Opening Night for Antics Antics Theatre’s troupe of actors are in rehearsal for their upcoming show Opening Night by Norm Foster. The madcap ANTICS start as Jack and Ruth Tisdale celebrate their 35 wedding anniversary with an evening at the theatre. It’s a dream come true

for Ruth and an imposition for Jack who would rather be at home watching the World Series. However, after the events both on and off the stage that fateful night, their lives and those of all involved are irreparably altered. Fusilli Grill are the caterers for the evening

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and Dave and Ashley have a delicious meal chosen for the show. Dates for Opening Night are May 29-31 at the Willow Point Hall. Tickets are $40 (tax incl.) The tickets are on sale at the Flower Shop in Willow Point starting Thursday April 17 to May 8 inclusive and

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If you would like to be informed of Antics Theatre’s upcoming shows email Anne Young at youngda@shaw.ca

Annual General Meeting 2x2 CAMPBELL RIVER AND DISTRICT FOOD BANK SOCIETY CR Food agm Wednesday, April 23, 2014 at 4:00pm 1393 Marwalk Crescent Members and new members welcome Annual Election of Directors – Only Members vote

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Brian Down returns with the back story to the Passion Week This Easter season will once again see Brian Down on stage presenting his one-man-show Pesach. Down has done a number of solo projects over the years but this is the one that has been performed most widely. It has been several years since he has presented Pesach in Campbell River and this latest work will have some new elements. Pesach tells the back story to the Passion Week. It highlights the death, resurrection and ascension of Jesus Christ all within the context of the Jewish celebration of Passover. In fact many believe the Passover Festival was designed by God to prepare Israel for the coming Messiah. Passover commemorates Brian Down the Exodus from Egypt and the miracles performed by God. Not only does the Passion Week fall at a key time in the Jewish calendar, it is also a precarious time in the Roman Empire. Pilate, the military governor, who’s loyalty to Caesar may already be in question, can ill afford to have someone in his jurisdiction claiming to be a King of the Jews. Religious tradition, political intrigue, and personal struggles of various characters are the fabric on the which the story of Pesach is told. Pesach will be performed on Sunday, April 20 at 7 p.m. at the Campbell River Baptist Church. Admission is free.

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The new Tourism Leadership Committee members are Jodi Simkin (Nuyumbalees Cultural Centre), Greg Fossen (Travelodge Hotel), Carmen Amberson (Dolphins Resort), Kerry Amos (Tyee Marine), Rachel Wiley (Discovery Harbour Marina), Jack Springer (Hurricane Jack Adventures) and Mariana Gabilondo (Gowlland Harbour Resort).

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The Campbell River Economic Development Corporation (Rivercorp) has formed a Tourism Leadership Committee. In the latter part of 2013, Rivercorp convened several meetings with regional tourism stakeholders and operators to seek input and feedback on the future of tourism in the region.

One result of these meetings was the decision to form a Tourism Leadership Committee. The Tourism Leadership Committee will actively c o m mu n i c at e w i t h regional tourism industry stakeholders and operators, and provide guidance and input into market planning for Rivercorp’s external market-

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SPRING YARD WASTE COLLECTION UNDERWAY Spring Collection: March 31 to May 23 Yard waste is collected on your regular garbage pick-up day for all homes receiving curbside collection. Unlimited amounts are accepted. Place yard waste in a clearly labeled container (maximum 80 L) or in bags labeled as biodegradable or compostable by the manufacturer. Yard Waste Drop Off Centre: Open year round Friday to Tuesday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Located West of the Inland Highway off Willis Road, pass the Shell Station. Drop-off is free of charge for all households receiving curbside garbage, recycling & yard waste collection.

WANTS TO HEAR FROM YOU! Do you want more choices for recreation programs? Are program times and locations, registration options and advertising methods working for you?

Are we offering opportunities for all ages, stages and abilities? Share your ideas and be entered to win a GoPro, a one year fitness pass or one of many locally sponsored gifts/certificates.

Survey available online from April 6 - 19 www.campbellriver.ca

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Questions: Contact Emterra at 250-286-0211 or visit www.campbellriver.ca

JUST A REMINDER The 17th Ave sani-station has been permanently closed as of fall 2013. Several other sani-stations located within and around the City of Campbell River remain available to RVers. Please check online at www.sanidumps.com for a listing of these various locations.

RECYCLING DEPOT CHANGING LOCATION AT SPORTSPLEX The Multi-Bin Recycling Depot at Willow Point Park by the Splash Park will be moved on Thursday April, 17. New Location: 1800 Alder Street (Lower Parking Lot at the Sportsplex, next to the ball hockey court)

We advise that residents and visitors check directly with the sanistation operators to confirm availability, restrictions and cost.

Visit the multi-bin depot to drop off cardboard, hard plastics and metal/tin containers. For information visit www.cswm.ca/depots or www.campbellriver.ca

“Truck Farm represents the wild world of urban agriculture as told through a journey of a 1986 Dodge pickup that has been transformed into a rolling garden. – Ian Cheney, filmmaker

Tidemark Theatre Wednesday, April 16, 2014 Doors 6:30pm Show 7pm

ing arm, Tourism Campbell River and Region. “Tourism Campbell River and Region is a regional tourism destination marketing organization with stakeholders from Cortes Island to Kyuquot. The Tourism Leadership Committee gives Tourism Campbell River and Region an active channel for peerto-peer communication with tourism operators and stakeholders across the region.” – Vic Goodman, CEO, Campbell River Economic Development Corporation The new Tourism Leadership Committee members are Jodi Simkin (Nuyumbalees Cultural Centre), Greg Fossen (Travelodge Hotel), C ar m e n A mb e r s on (Dolphins Resort), Kerry Amos (Tyee Marine), Rachel Wiley (Discovery Harbour Marina), Jack Springer (Hurricane Jack Adventures) and Mariana Gabilondo (Gowland Harbour Resort). Committee members represent seven primary tourism sectors, specifically: Attraction/Events; Large Accommodations (>30 rooms); Small Accommodations (<30 room, B&Bs, campgrounds); Retail; Transportation; Adventure/Recreation; and Food and Beverage. The inaugural meeting of the Tourism Leadership Committee was held at the Enterprise Centre on March 28, 2014. For more information about the Campbell River Economic Development Corporation or Tourism Campbell River and Region visit www.rivercorp.ca.

Wanted: Youth feedback on recreation services

Hey, youth! Where do you like to hang out, and how can we help enhance your free time? Now’s the time for young people in Campbell River to says what they want for recreation services The Recreation and Culture Department already offers youth programs like Leadersin-Training, Foodsafe, Superhost Fundamentals, dragonboating, dj’ing, mountain biking, art, pottery, skateboarding and more. The survey is available at www. campbellriver.ca until April 19.


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Goldie Marie Williamson (Hartman) December 8, 1943 - April 11, 2014 It is with very heavy hearts that we announce the sudden passing of Goldie Williamson, loving wife of 52 years to William G. Williamson. Goldie was predeceased by her father, Fred Hartman; mother, Margaret Hartman and sister, Doris Perkins. She leaves behind to mourn, her devoted husband, Bill; brother, Dan Hartman (Shiela); daughter,Suzanne Morin (Kim); sons, William Thomas Williamson and Robert Williamson (Lorraine); grandchildren, Candice (Corey), Damian, Anthony, Tara, Matthew, Kyle Dufton and one great-grandson,Blake. Goldie and Bill lovingly fostered many children over a 25 year span, several of whom became permanent additions to their family. In particular Carl Dick, Laura Page, David Roemer (Michelle) and Shelley Roemer. Goldie loved being a mother and was an extremely proud grandmother to all the children from family and foster children alike. Goldie experienced great joy in the role of the family storyteller. Her love and memories of Cortez Island life was a common theme she adored sharing with others. The many experiences and wonderful people that she connected with as a foster parent were an endless supply of joy and personal growth, touching everyone's hearts around her. Goldie's desire to help others led to her lengthy career as a Long Term Care Aide at Yuculta Lodge and later as a Home Support worker. She certainly had a passion towards helping others and became a very meaningful part of the lives that she touched, young and old. After retirement, her passion for the outdoors became a priority for both Bill and herself. Any combination of fishing, hunting and camping would lead to new friendships and experiences. Introducing their grandchildren to the outdoors was also an important priority and source of joy for all involved. Goldie had a true love in sharing, whether a pot of coffee and cookies, an entertaining story, or a family feast, her presence alone would ensure plenty of smiles and laughter. She truly touched every person she met and will be dearly missed by all her family and friends.

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With the sudden passing of Goldie, a viewing will be held at Sutton's Funeral Home for close friends and family on Thursday, April 17, 2014 from 3-5pm. Further, a Celebration of Life for Goldie is scheduled for Monday, April 21, 2014 at the Eagles Hall in Campbell River from 123pm. Please join us for a day to remember this truly beautiful, warmhearted woman. In lieu of flowers please donate generously to the charity of your choice.

Shirley Nairn with great sadness thatlearn we ItIt isiswith great sadness that we learn the passing of a special of the of passing of a special friend, friend, in Shirley in Penticton April Shirley Penticton on April on 12th. 12th. Shirley and her family lived in Ocean Shirleyfrom and1951-1975. her familyShe livedthen in Falls Ocean to Falls She moved thefrom lower1951-1975. mainland, then thenthe moved the lower for last to several yearsmainland, lived in then for the last several years lived Penticton. in Penticton. She was predeceased by her daughter, Lorna, she leaves her two She was predeceased by her daughter, Lorna, she leaves sons, Colin and Glenn and grandson, Chris and granddaughters her two sons, Colin and Glenn and grandson, Chris and Charlene and Angie and many great-grandchildren. granddaughters Charlene and Angie and great-grandchildren. This This special speciallady ladymight mightbe begone gonebut butwill willnever neverbebeforgotten. forgotten.

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Debbie Pastuck ItIt isis with with broken broken hearts hearts that that we we announce announce the the passing passing of of Debbie Debbie from from this this life life into into the the arms arms of of our our heavenly Heavenly father Father on on Wednesday, Wednesday, April April 9, 9, 2014, 2014, at at home. home. She She was was born born in in New New Waterford, Waterford, Dec Dec 2, 2, 1965. 1965. Debbie Debbie was was so so full full of of life life and and enjoyed enjoyed to to laugh. laugh. She She loved loved people people and and had had many many friends. friends. People People really really enjoyed enjoyed Debbie's Debbie's company. company. She She tried tried to to make make her her trip trip back back home home every every year. year. Cape Cape Breton Breton held held aa special special place place in in her her heart, heart, especially especially since since most most of of her her family family lived lived there. there. When When she'd she'd get get to to Cape Cape Breton, Breton, her her days days were were filled filled with with visiting, visiting, bomb bomb fires, fires, bingo, bingo, and and other other activities activities that that would would help help her her reconnect reconnect with with her her family family and and friends friends once once again. again. Debbie Debbie the the youngest youngest daughter daughter of of Bill Bill "Bull" "Bull" and and the the late late Sadie Sadie Marsh. Marsh. She She was was the the fun fun loving, loving, caring caring wife wife to to her her soul soul mate, mate, Keith Keith Pastuck. Pastuck. Debbie's Debbie's boys boys were were her her pride pride and and joy, joy, Tommy Tommy (Terra) (Terra) Pastuck, Pastuck, Tyler Tyler Pastuck her little little dog dog Chubbs. Chubs. She Pastuck and and she she loved loved her She was was blessed blessed to to have have received received three three special special grandchildren grandchildren in in her her life, life, Hayden, Hayden, Brea Brea and and Kadience Kadience Pastuck. Pastuck. Debbie, Debbie, with with all all her her love love for for those those children, children, tried in their lives.lives. They They brought her soher much tried totoattend attendevery everyevent event in their brought so joy andjoy happiness. Family was verywas important to Debbie. left much and happiness. Family very important to She Debbie. many behind mourntoher deathher including her father,her Bill;father, siblings, She left manytobehind mourn death including Bill; Bill (Anna)BillMarsh, siblings, (Anna)Valerie Marsh,(John) ValerieLaFitte, (John) Brenda LaFitte, (Jack) BrendaMarsh, (Jack) Ramona (James) Marsh, Head (Dan) and Alanna Marsh, Ramona (James)Roberta Marsh,(Dan) Roberta Head,(James) Alanna Marsh. in-laws, Dave(Corina) & Kit Pastuck, Ricky (Mary)Dave Pastuck, (James)Her Marsh and Billy Marsh. Her in-laws, & Kit Brenda Zinke, Pastuck, Deanna Brenda (Bob) (Jens) Woodland, Pastuck,(Jens) Ricky (Mary) Zinke,Tanya Deanna(Todd) (Bob) Pastuck andTanya many(Todd) niecesPastuck and nephews. Woodland, and many nieces and nephews. There will be a celebration of her life in Campbell River, on April 16, There will be a celebration of her life in Campbell River, on April 2014 between 5:30-7:30pm under the care and Suttons 16, 2014 between 5:30-7:30pm under the direction care andofdirection Campbell River Funeral River Home.Funeral Cremation will Cremation take place will and take she of Sutton's Campbell Home. will then backbetotaken Cape back Breton. A Christian placebeand shetaken will then to Cape Breton. celebration A Christian of her life will be held at St. in New Waterford. celebration of her life will be Leonard's held at St.Parish Leonard's Parish in New Interment be in St.will Michael's Ryan River whereRyan she Waterford.will Interment be in St.Cemetery, Michael'sRiver Cemetery, will be laid mother. where she to willrest be with laid toherrest with her mother. AA special special thanks thanks to to all all those those who who cared cared enough enough to to send send messages messages of of condolences condolences to to all all the the family. family. We We really really do do appreciate appreciate every every gesture gesture of of kindness. kindness. ItIt didn't didn't go go unnoticed unnoticed in in this this very very difficult difficult time. time. Debbie Debbie would would be be overwhelmed overwhelmed with with all all the the love love that that isis being being shown shown to to her her family family right right now. now. Thank Thank you you just just doesn't doesn't seem seem enough. enough. IfIf you you love love me, me, don't don't cry, cry, death death isis nothing. nothing. II have have simply simply crossed crossed over over to to the the next next room. room. II am am me, me, you you are are you, you, what what we we were were to to each each other, other, we we are are forever. forever. Call Call me me what what you you have have always always called called me. me. Speak Speak to to me me like like you you always always did. did. Do Do not not use use aa different different tone, tone, do do not not look look sad sad or or solemn. solemn. Keep Keepon onlaughing laughingatatwhat, what made made us us laugh laugh together. together. Pray, Pray, smile, smile, think think of of me. me. Let Let my my name name be be mentioned mentioned at at home home the the way way itit always always was. was. Why Why should should II be be out out of of your your thought, thought, because because II am am out out of of your your sight? sight? II am am waiting. waiting. II am am not not far. far. II am am just just on on the the other other side. side.

COMMUNITY ANNOUNCEMENTS COMING EVENTS RIVER SPIRIT, Campbell Riverâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s breast cancer dragon boat team, invites all women who are breast cancer survivors to join us and try the amazing sport of dragon boat paddling. For more info contact Doreen at 250-830-0011 or teamriverspirit@gmail.com

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Dauphine Catherine Rear February 2nd, 1915 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; April 8th, 2014 The world lost an amazing woman today. With sad hearts we say goodbye to DauDau as she was affectionately known, who at 99 years old passed away after taking a bad fall at her care home in Campbell River. Such a special person who lived life with laughter and was always grateful and joyful â&#x20AC;&#x201C; her attitude in life was the key to her longevity and health. She will be dearly missed and leaves behind endless wonderful memories and stories we will treasure always. Predeceased by husband Percy Rear, son Douglas Rear and grandson David Rear. She was born in New Westminster, spent her life on the Mainland and moved to Campbell River in her 90th year. She is survived by daughter Judy (Frank), daughter-in-law Susan (Bob), grand-daughter Jennifer (Brent), great-grandchildren Brittany and Talia. Extended family Larry (Tammy), Savanna and Raegan. At her request, no service will be held.

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Bill Anderson February 14, 1956 - April 8, 2014

Bill Anderson passed away at Campbell River General Hospital on April 8, 2014, at the age of 58. He was born in Campbell River in 1956 and enjoyed living here his entire life. He is lovingly remembered by his wife, Lynda MacLeod, her three children; Rob MacLeod (wife Veronica, daughter Mellissa), daughter Jennifer (husband Doug, son Dale), and daughter, Kimberley. He is also survived by his son James Anderson (wife Kiley, daughter Abigail, daughter Arianna), daughter, Sarrie Anderson, sister Sharon Jacklin, sister Leslie Montgomery (husband Rick), brother Bruce Anderson (wife Holly), Verna Jarvis (husband Jim), and brother, Larry Anderson (wife Michelle) and his many nieces and nephews. Bill loved big machinery, clearing land, getting firewood, fixing, tinkering and building things. His favourite pets were cats and he would have liked to save every one that was stray or abused. He also loved to help others in any way he could. Donations can be made in Billâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s memory to the SPCA, or a charity of your choice. A memorial will be held at a later date. Please send an email to: honkytonkers@telus.net to express your interest in attending. When arrangements have been completed, you will be notified of the date, time and location via email.


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Every step I take, every move I make Every single day, every time I pray I'll be missing you. Thinkin of the day, when you went away What a life to take, what a bond to break I'll be missing you It is with deep sadness that our family announces the sudden passing of Angela Marie Pagan. Angela passed away peacefully in her home in Quesnel, BC on March 25, 2014. Angela was born in Vancouver and shortly after moved to Campbell River where she had spent most her life but spent the last few years of her life in Quesnel. Angela graduated from Quesnel Secondary School, class of 2002. She was a very musically talented, creative, kind and loving individual and will be very missed! Angela is survived by her mother, Julie; father, Mike; sisters, Shellane and Katie; grandma, Brenda) and many more family members.She will be loved and remembered always and never forgotten. XXXX Please join us in remembering Angela & celebrating her life at a tea & luncheon 2:00 - 4:00pm, Saturday, April 26, 2014 at The Eagles Hall, 1999 14th Avenue in Campbell River, B.C

Keith was a loving and much loved husband, father, papa, brother and uncle. He was also an honorary papa to some very special and valued friends. Having our Mike and his friends over for Canuck games gave source of of pride price was him particular pleasure. Keith's greatest source always his family. He supported their achievements in sports through coaching, umping and cheering. He, himself, took up golf and curling at a later age and loved motor homing to tournaments and bonspiels! Keith was born in Fort Francis, Ontario and was third youngest of 10 children, including 7 boys. He is survived by his oldest sister, Merle McFayden who turned 102 just this year, brothers Dan from Kelowna and Glenn (Elvi) from Ontario and many nieces and nephews. survived by by Marge, Marge his partner, friend and loving wife of Keith is survived 54 years, son Jim (Jenn), his daughters Caitlin and Courtney. He also leaves daughters Maureen (Craig) and her children Tammy familyinin Calgary. Calgary. Sharon Sharon (Kelly), (Kelly), Nic (Dean), Nikki & Ryley Ryker and (Brandy) and Molly Mollyfrom fromMcBride, McBride,B.C., B.C.Kathy and (Rob) Kathy Kay, (Rob) Kay. (Kelsey) and Ashley Ashley (Gerry), Mike from (Leah Campbell from Campbell and Morgan (Gerry), Mike (Leah) River, River and Morgan from from Calgary. Calgary. Also lost without him, is his dog, Sooner. Hard to find the to thank Lebeuf his understanding, Hardright to words find the right Dr. words to for thank Dr. Lebeuf for care his and guidance. Keith's is so veryKeith's grateful.family Also the and understanding, care family and guidance. is care so very kindness shown Keith his family by staff at Yucalta grateful. Also thetocare andand kindness shown to Keith and hiscannot family be Yourcannot compassion helped usYour through such a difficult by measured. staff at Yucalta be measured. compassion helped time. We thank you all. us through such a difficult time. We thank you all. Keith Keith avoided avoided sad sad or or solemn solemn occasions, occasions, particularly particularly in in these these last last years. years. He He did did suggest suggest to to Marge Marge that that itit wouldn't wouldn't be be necessary necessary to to have have such such an an occasion occasion for for him. him. Not Not surprisingly, surprisingly, he he knew knew she she would have the last word so, in keeping with the spirit of his would have the last word so, in keeping with the spirit of his wishes, wishes, his his family family would would like like to to invite invite family family and and friends friends to to aa Celebration thelived Legion HallLegion from 1-4 on1-4 Thursday, Celebration of of Life Life at well at the Hallpm from pm on April 24th. April We are sureWehisare Irish wouldspirit approve! Thursday, 24th. surespirit his Irish would approve! If I should die before the rest of you, break If I should die before the rest of you, break not notaa flower flowernor nor inscribe aa stone. stone. Nor, Nor, when when II am inscribe am gone, gone, speak speak in in Sunday Sundayvoice, voice, but butbe bethe theusual usualselves selvesI Ihave haveknown. known.Weep Weepif ifyou youmust, must,parting partingis ishell. hell.But Butlife lifegoes goesononso...... so......sing singas aswell! well! â&#x20AC;&#x201C;â&#x20AC;&#x201C;Anonymous. Anonymous.

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FISHERIES BIOLOGIST The A-Tlegay Fisheries Society, which represents 5 First Nations including Wei Wai Kum (Campbell River), Kâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;omox First Nation; We Wai Kum (Cape Mudge) First Nation; Kwiakah First Nation and Tlowitsis First Nation is seeking a fisheries field biologist for a full time position in Campbell River, B.C. The position involves: â&#x20AC;˘ Coordinating & implementing fisheries projects â&#x20AC;˘ Supervision and training of field crews â&#x20AC;˘ Analysis of data for salmon, crab, prawn, clam â&#x20AC;˘ Review and preparation of technical reports â&#x20AC;˘ Implementation of Safety Program Qualifications: â&#x20AC;˘ Graduation from a recognized university with a bachelorâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s degree in an applicable biological or resource management science with a minimum of 4 years fisheries experience â&#x20AC;˘ Experience in working with public and private groups, First Nations, and other government agencies including Fisheries & Oceans Canada and BC Hydro â&#x20AC;˘ Experience in the analysis and interpretation of biological data for salmon, crab, prawn, clam â&#x20AC;˘ Experience in designing, conducting, analyzing, and reporting stock assessment/ fisheries surveys â&#x20AC;˘ Ability to prepare and publish reports. â&#x20AC;˘ Ability to coordinate and supervise staff â&#x20AC;˘ Demonstrates initiative, good judgment, dependability, flexibility, leadership, reliability. â&#x20AC;˘ Swiftwater Rescue Training Certificate, Marine Emergency Duties and Small Vessel Operators Proficiency Certificate is an asset Hours: 40 hrs/ week Term: May 12th, 2014 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; March 21, 2015 will be reviewed on an annual basis. Salary: commensurate with education and experience.

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AUTOMOTIVE CAREER OPPORTUNITYStrathcona Toyota in Campbell River is looking for a Red Seal Technician. Qualities that we are looking for are: Energetic, outgoing, able to work at a fast but quality pace and able to adapt and change as needed. Toyota and Hybrid experience an asset. We are a growing dealership with expansion in the future. Looking for long-term career based employee. Please apply by email or within. service @strathconatoyota.com

HAIR STYLIST WANTED. $1000 Hiring Bonus for First Choice Hair Cutters in their Courtenay location. Guaranteed $12.50 per hour, paid overtime, benefits, paid birthday, 25% profit sharing, vacation pay, annual advanced training and advancement opportunities. Call 1-866-472-4339 today for an interview or send resume to careers@fchsk.ca

HELP WANTED FEMALE Deckhand wanted to log salvage and cruising. Must be physically fit. 1-250973-6517, evenings. SHAKE CUTTER, Exprâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;cd. Needed in the Menzieâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s/Kelsey Bay area in Campbell River. Call Mike 250-203-1981

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Must be able to have extended stays away from home. Up to 6 months. Must have valid AZ, DZ, 5, 3 or 1 with airbrake license and have previous commercial driving experience. Apply at:www.sperryrail.com, careers & then choose the FastTRACK Application.

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Interested candidates should send their resume and cover letter including letters of reference to: Kim Duncan, A-Tlegay Fisheries Society 1441 A Old Island Hwy., Campbell River, BC V9W 2E4 e-mail: kimduncan@shawcable.com fax: (250) 287-8414

For those who love, time is not. Missing you today and always.

NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE SUPREME COURT OF BRITISH COLUMBIA RE: MARGARET ROBERTA TUDDENHAM, also known as MARGARET TUDDENHAM, DECEASED, Late of 70 Jones Road, Campbell River, BC who died at Campbell River, BC on September 17, 2013 Creditors and others having claims against the above estate are required to send full particulars to the law firm of Randall & Murrell, LLP, 201l006 Fort Street, Victoria, B.C. V8V 3K4 on or before May 12, 2014, after which date the estateâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s assets will be distributed, having regard to the claims of which the Executor then has notice. JAMES TORRANCE PATERSON, Executor By his Solicitors, RANDALL & MURRELL LLP

LOST AND FOUND

Colvin, Keith It is with deep sadness that the family of Keith Colvin announce his passing on April 9th in his 85th year.

LEGALS

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MASTER INSTRUCTOR

FIREARMS SAFETY TRAINING

Non Restricted & Restricted. C.O.R.E. Contact, Sign up & Pay at TYEE MARINE 250-287-2641 or 250-334-2942 CONTACT SID NIELSEN 250-203-4444 *Highest mark receives a $10 Tyee Marine gift certificate.

Volunteer Requests for April 16, 2014 Immigrant Welcome Centre: A fundraising and events coordinator is needed to assist w/ fundraising, donor stewardship & event planning activities. Directly contribute to increasing IWCâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s capacity to offer the best direct client services possible by securing ongoing funding. Volunteer Campbell River: Looking for a volunteer Publicity Assistant! Write a weekly volunteer spotlight & assist w/ monthly press releases, using info provided. This position is for Mon. mornings for approx 1 hour each week at the Volunteer Centre. C.R. Community Centre: Seeking an individual with pottery experience to supervise the drop-in pottery program, Fridays, 12:154:15pm. Includes basic supervision, knowledge of safety procedures and clean-up. Work on your own projects w/o the drop- in fee! For these and many more volunteer opportunities, contact Volunteer Campbell River at 287-8111 Or check our web site www.volunteercr.ca Click â&#x20AC;&#x153;I want to Volunteerâ&#x20AC;? to see volunteer opportunities in the community.

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CERTIFIED HAIRSTYLIST wanted for busy salon in Willow Point. Part-time hours. Experience and clientele an asset. Apply in person to The Chameleon Hair Lounge, located in the Willows Market; 202-2266 South Island Hwy.

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COMMUNITY OUTREACH WORKER Campbell River Family Services Society has a vacancy for a Community Outreach Worker for the CRHRC Second Stage Housing Program. This is a part-time (17.5 hours per week, .5 fte.) temporary position (December 31, 2014 with possibility of renewal). The Community Outreach Worker provides support and skill development to individuals who have completed drug/alcohol treatment that assists them to live without depending on addictive substances and activities. Minimum requirements for this position include a diploma in a related human/ social service field and one (1) years recent related experience, including training and experience in addictions work. This position involves outreach work â&#x20AC;&#x201C; a vehicle is required for the performance of duties. This position requires union membership. Wages per current collective agreement. This position is open to male and female applicants.

Closing date: Wednesday, April 30th, 2014

Submit resumes by April 21, 2014 to: CR Family Services Society 487-10th Avenue, Campbell River, BC, V9W4E4 Attn: Camille Lagueux, Executive Director

Thank you to everyone who applied. Only those chosen for an interview will be contacted.

Only those selected for an interview will be contacted. No phone calls please.

TRADES, TECHNICAL CONCRETE FINISHERS & Form Setters. Edmonton based company seeks experienced concrete finishers and form setters for work in Edmonton and Northern Alberta. Subsistence and accommodations provided for out of town work; Fax 780-444-9165. Jobs@RaidersConcrete.com. HB ENERGY LTD IN GOLD RIVER IS NOW ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS FOR ELECTRICIANS. PLEASE REPLY TO: hbenergy@cablerocket.com

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Gwa’sala-’Nakwaxda’xw Nation Project Coordinator-Preparation for Big House Construction (3 month contract) A Project Coordinator is needed to assist with preparing for the construction of a Big House for Gwa’sala-’Nakwaxda’xw Nations (GN). This entails providing a detailed understanding of construction requirements and related costs estimates that can be used for funding proposals and related documents. The Coordinator will provide cost and other resource estimates for Big House site preparation; Big House construction, potential sawmill set-up and finishing work. The Coordinator must be experienced with construction projects, preferably with similar building structures and have a good understanding of applicable laws, policies and standards. Other assets include excellent communication, proposal/report writing, and organizational skills. Please submit your resume with three (3) professional references by April 25, 2014 at 4:00 pm to the attention of:

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is accepting applications from post secondary students for Heritage Interpreters ($12.00/hr) and a Visitor Services Assistant ($11.00/hr). Job descriptions are available at the Museum and on the Museum’s website www.crmuseum.ca. Applicants must have been full time students in the spring and be continuing as full-time students in the fall. Application deadline: May 2, 2014.

Quicksilver Resources Canada Inc. is a Calgary based company recognized as a leader in unconventional gas exploration and development. Quicksilver Resources Canada is looking to fill four summer employment opportunities at our Discovery LNG Elk Falls site in Campbell River. Duration for these positions will be May to August 2014.

Applicants must: -Be registered in a post-secondary institution (proof of registration will be required) -Must be a resident of Campbell River/ Strathcona Regional District -Must be legally entitled to work in Canada (legal documents will be required) -Must meet WorkSafe safety standards -Candidates will be required to perform physical labour *Personal Protective Equipment will be provided Duties include but are not limited to: -Sorting and consolidating non-hazardous materials -Removing/disposing/recycling materials and equipment -General Site clean-up -Development of a “Green Plan” that documents volumes of material being reused/recycled/disposed -Assisting onsite supervisor as required Individuals interested in pursuing this opportunity with an industry leader that offers a challenging and diverse work environment, are invited to submit their resumes by Monday, April 21 2014 to pbarrett@qrinc.ca. Please include the job title in the subject line. We sincerely thank you for your interest in Quicksilver Resources Canada Inc. Only those candidates under consideration will be contacted.

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Chan Nowosad Boates, Chartered Accountants is a progressive public accounting practice serving clients for over 30 years. We wouldn’t be where we are without the dedication of our talented staff. We currently have an opening for a bookkeeper/payroll clerk who is self-motivated, well-organized, has excellent communication skills, a professional appearance and attitude, and who possesses strong attention to details. While knowledge of bookkeeping and payroll procedures are preferred, it is not necessary as we are willing to train the right individual. Computer experience is essential. Please deliver your résumé with cover letter to our office at 980 Alder Street by Friday, April 25, 2014. We thank all applicants; however, only those selected for interviews will be contacted.

Western Forest Products Inc. is an integrated Canadian forest products company located on Vancouver Island that is committed to the safety of our employees, the culture of performance and the discipline to achieve results. Nootka Forest Operation is located in Gold River, B.C. and harvests approximately 550,000 m³ annually.

with excellent customer & Full-Time/ Seasonal Frontservice Desk-clerk computer skills. Must beservice able to& with excellent customer multi-task in a fast paced environment. computer skills Must be able to multihavepaced own environment. transportation.Must taskMust in a fast Shifts to include evenings and to have own transportation. Shifts weekends April -and September. include evenings weekends AprSept. Apply in person with resume to Monica Pointresume ResorttoRV ApplyatinSalmon person with Park and Marina,Point mornings Monica @ Salmon Resort, mornings thru Fri. Monday Mon. thru Friday.

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Please email your cover letter & resume to: beth.boyce@crmuseum.ca, fax to: (250) 286-0109 or drop off in person at 470 Island Hwy, Campbell River.

980 Alder St. Campbell River, BC V9W 2P9 (250) 286-0744 www.channowosadboates.ca

Gary Walkus, Acting Band Manager, Gwa’sala-Nakwaxda’xw Nations 154 Tsulquate Reserve/ Box 998 Port Hardy, BC V0N2P0 Or you can fax your documents: (250) 949-7402 to the attention of Gary Walkus HELP WANTED

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Student Recruitment Officer Comox Valley & Campbell River Campuses Please go to http://careers.nic.bc.ca for further criteria, required qualifications and information on how to apply to posting #100682.

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2 BDRM available at the Cedarbrook Apts. Heat & hot water included. Adult oriented. Indoor cat welcome. On-site laundry. Refs Req. $725. Call 250-202-2187 to view.

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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.

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BRIGHT COZY 2bed 2bath home on sunny 2+acres $284,000. England Rd. Courtenay. See more craigslist or contact shrugun@yahoo.com for details. Country living w/city convenience

COURTENAY EAST: Rancher in Aberdeen Heights. Attractive 1,519 Sq Ft 3 bdrm 2 bath Rancher at 2599 Inverclyde Way. 2 car garage, area for RV boat on large lot, fenced backyard, soaker tub in ensuite and walk-in closet in master bdrm, gas fireplace, electric heat and much more. Incl 6 appliances. No Agents. $339,500 (below assessed value). Call 250-702-3309. NEW INSIDE - RANCHER. 1505 Hobson, Courtenay. 2-bdrm, 1 bath, all new appliances. Asking $268,000. Call (250)334-7335 or email kj.mcgrath@hotmail.com

3 BDRM, condo Waters Edge.1600 sq ft, ocean front condo. Over looking Discovery Pier.Breathtaking ocean view yet priv.$1290.778-420-3999. 3-BDRM OCEANVIEW condo. 5 appls, in suite laundry. $1100. Rent negotiable. Avail June 1. Call 778-420-4295. AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY 1. BA, 1 & 2 BR suites. 2. Newly renod suites & building 3. Moving Incentives 4. Heat, H/W, prkg included Call Building Manager Call 250-204-3342. CAMPBELL RIVER- 2 bdrms, close to town. Quiet, secure, adult oriented, 820 Alder Street. $650. Available now. Call (250)830-4056.

2700 sqft. Ocean & mountain views. 3bdrm, 2.5 bth. 7 yrs old. Lrge kitch. Open concept. Gorgeous fncâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;d bkyrd. Fruit trees & shrubs. Must be seen to enjoy all extras. $445,000. 180 S. Birch St. 250-2877006. By appt. only.

Attention 1st time buyers & investors! 1400+ sqft. 4 bd. 2 bth. Prvte fncâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;d bkyrd w/ patio. Excel. Willow Point Location, Close to beach, all levels of school. Updated w/ laminate flooring throughout, newer roof & lrge storage shed. Realtors welcome w/full Buyers commission. 250-923-6503.

CAMPBELL RIVER- 2 B/R Condo. 55+. Grd fl, 5 appls, F/P, U/G parking. Avail. April $875/mo. Call 250-830-7069. ROTARY BEACH- Excellent location. Ocean views. Bachelor $600., 1-bdrm $680., 2-bdrm $700. N/S, N/P. Call (250)286-1175. ST. ANDREWS Village. 1 & 2 Bedroom apartments, updated recently, close to schools & buses, Non smoking, pets are negotiable, near the hospital. (250) 287-3556. C.R.

WHOLE DUPLEX for sale1280sq ft per side, 3.5 bdrms, 1.5 bath. 9498 McDougall Rd, Port Hardy, BC. $225,000. Call (250)334-8474.

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Sites available at Great Rates. Daily, weekly, monthly. Pool, Hot tub, exercise room, laundry, putting green, hiking, fishing, Pickle Ball Court. Free coffee in one of the best clubhouses on the island. Nanaimo area. www.resortonthelake.com 250-754-1975 or

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CAMPBELL RIVER: 2bdrm apt in centrally located 4-plex. Freshly painted. No Pets. N/S. Refs $700+util. 250-830-4686.

3BDRM 5 appls. Clean & bright. Near schools & trails Carport. No dogs. No smoking 250-286-9635.

HOMES FOR RENT CAMPBELL RIVER: 3 or 4 bdrm home with basement on extra large lot. 109 Twillingate Road. Avail May 15th. $1085./mo. (250)923-3635. NEW HOME FOR RENT in Campbell River, BC. 3 brms, 2 baths, heat pump, gas f/p, 5 applâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s, dbl garage. Level entry with unfinished bsmnt. $1600. /mo. N/S, no pets, references reqâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;d. Please reply only if you qualify. Text or call 250 287 0407. Avail. Apr 15.

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CRIME-FREE MULTI-HOUSING DALMATION TOWERS One bdrm. Close to town, elevator, N/P, pay laundry, manager on site. Refâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s reqâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;d. Avail Immed. Call Bill at 250-914-0309

TRANSPORTATION AUTO ACCESSORIES/ PARTS

FOR PARTS. 1995 Mustang. Standard. 6 cyl. Motor in great shape. Low mileage. Grey/blk interior as well. Bucket seats. Or Complete car. $3000. OBO. 250-286-3208

Crime Free Multi-Housing Building Contact Brenda Morgan-Janes Coast Realty Property Management 1211 Cypress Street â&#x20AC;˘ 250-287-2000 www.coastrealty.com

RECREATIONAL VEHICLES FOR SALE

1989 DODGE truck & 10â&#x20AC;&#x2122; Wilderness camper fully equipped in good running cond. 188,000km. 318 Engine Everything works. $3500.obo Call 250-336-8371

SPORT UTILITY VEHICLES

1986 BRONCO II XLT 2 dr, runs well, body good, 272km, sunroof, cruise, 4 wheel dr, sets 4 w/s rims, metal and wood roof racks. $1950. 250338-7190 1997 SUZUKI SIDEKICKbrand new tires+ 1 yr old winter tires, 4 cylinder. $3700. Call (250)204-6166.

TRUCKS & VANS

2008 TOYOTA TACOMA. Like new. 4x2 Access Cab. 4sp. auto. Short bed, impulse red/diamond coat, lined canopy, air cond. Garage kept. 27,800kâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s. 1 owner/non smoker. $19,500 obo. Campbell River. 250-286-4609

MARINE BOATS

AUTO FINANCING 2858 BAYLINER Ciera, boathouse kept, all bells/whistles, 393 hrs, quality turnkey opportunity, possible smaller trade or $45,000. 250-745-3700 BOAT FOR Sale w/Trailer 18.5ft Lund Fiberglass. Make A Offer - 250-338-6236 after 6:00pm or weekend 9:00am-7:00pm.

FOR RENT â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 345 Dogwood - Madison Apts. Under New Ownership and Management LEASE INCENTIVES! Newly renovated. Bachelor, 1 and 2 bedrooms. Application needed before Showing.

2008 VOLKSWAGON Passat Loaded, 78,000 km - $14,700 Please phone after 6:00 pm 250-335-0663

SHARED ACCOMMODATION FURNISHED ROOM- $400Includes cable/wireless, laundry. Oceanview. 1/2 block to bus. NS/NP. 250-287-3616.

DUPLEXES/4PLEXES

VERY CLEAN, view, close to parks, schools & amens. Great neighborhood, 4bdrm, 3bths, rec rm., patio, lg fncd yard. N/P. Refâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s required. $1111. 250-286-6672

SPORTS & IMPORTS 2008 HONDA Accord EXL V6, Auto, Royal Blue Ext., Ivory Leather Int, Fully loaded, original owner, no accidents, dealer serviced. Must See. Odometer 49,500. $18,500, please call 250-334-9893.

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

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BRAND NEW 2Bdrm deluxe suite in executive home. Incls. stainless steel F/S, D/W, microwave, heat pmp, frplce, insuite lndry, coverâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;d patio. Prvt. ent., off st. prkng. N/P, N/S. Refâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s/credit check reqâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;rd. Avail. May 1st. $925/mo. 250-2020922 or 250-202-5960

WILLOW PNT: Lrg, 4bdrm duplex, 2812A Fairmile, NS/NP, $1200. Nadia (250)286-3293. WILLOW POINT RANCHER Move-In Ready. Mint Condition. $287,000. 250-923-8445 or 202-0197. Campbell River.

CAMPBELL RIVER: 750 sq. ft. 2nd floor (3 offices and reception) and 1300 sq. ft. ground floor (2 offices with large workspace) short/long term lease opportunities. Campbell River downtown location. Call 250-204-4761.

95 FORD Crown Victoria. 4.6 litre. Cruise, Power locks/windows. Air Conditioning. New tires. 95,000 kms. $2495. 250923-1618

CARS 1989 BUICK LeSabre. Mechanics Special. Good 3.8 engine, newer battery, 4 good tires. Needs brake line repair $850.00 O.B.O. For more information please call 250-339-3512

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GOLF Weekly Storey Creek, a course in nature

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idely publicized as ‘a Course in Nature’, golfers can expect to experience an abundance of natural beauty and tranquility amidst the old growth and second growth forest that surrounds Storey Creek

Golf Club, resulting in a very unique golfing experience in nature’s backyard. Wildlife compliments this extraordinary environment with regular sightings of deer, hawks and eagles alongside magnificent beaver ponds and

streams filled with salmon, trout and water fowl. Black bears and cougars occasionally can be seen on the course as well. Storey Creek Golf Club was recognized as the #3 Rated Public or Resort facility in the Province - in

the “2013 Best of B.C. Golf Guide” and is the #1 Rated Public Course on Vancouver Island as published by Inside Golf and PGA of BC. Hole #12 was recognized as one of the top 9 holes in the Province.

3 Reasons why skiing is good for your golf game:

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s golf has its off season, most of us start to migrate toward other sports. We happen to be lucky enough to live near a mountain, and skiing or snowboarding can be a great way to spend the winter. Both have benefits for your golf game, but skiing in particular can deliver big cross-training benefits. Skiing provides an opportunity to build mobility and stability in places that are extremely important to an efficient golf swing. • Moving the lower body independently from the upper body: The ability to separate the movements a skier makes with their hips and legs from the moves they make with their torso is impressive. In golf, this ability allows us to quickly and efficiently transfer energy through our body to the club,

giving us both power and ball striking consistency. • Building stability in the glutes and quads: As a skier makes their way down the hill they absorb the impact of each bump with the large muscles in the legs, giving them a good workout and building stability. A strong lower half allows us to create a stable base for the golf swing, and also build power by using the ground. • Stabilizing the skiing motion using the core: The whole time you’re skiing, the core is working overtime to keep you upright. The constant change of direction and the requirement to stay in perfect balance require a strong core to perform without wiping out. The consequences of a weak core in golf aren’t nearly as painful, but a weak core will make it hard for us to create and maintain a solid posture position, leading again to poor ball striking and inconsistency. Now, it’s unlikely that many of us are expert skiers, however, even on the bunny hill we

need to use the same skills to be successful. So, if our course closes while the skiing is good, try to hit the slopes for some cross-training. And who knows, you might even have some fun!

Kyle Stoudt

PGA of Canada Class ‘A’ Head Professional Storey Creek Golf Club

Upcoming 2014 Tournaments RAINBOW’S END GOLF COURSE May 3 .............. Rainbow Open July 12/13 ........ Sayward Open August 10 ........ Major’s Tournament (Tour De Rock Fundraiser)

STOREY CREEK GOLF CLUB May 3/4 ........... 2-Man Shootout May 17/18 ....... Mixed Open May 31 ............ C.R. Community Foundation June 14 ............ Rod Brind’Amour Cystic Fibrosis Tournament

QUADRA ISLAND GOLF CLUB May 3 & 4 ........ Zone 6 Junior Spring Tour @ Quadra & Storey Creek May 10 ............ Quadra Children’s Centre 9 Hole Tournament May 24 ............ Quadra Island/Gold River 18 Hole Tournament May 25 ............ Members Only 18 Hole Mixed Play Event Jun 22 ............. Members Only 18 Hole Mixed Play Event Jun 28 ............ 2nd Anniversary Golf Tournament & Skills Competition

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Dianna White (left) and Lindsay Innes of the Campbell River Chamber of Commerce brought along a copy of the Mirror as they stroll the Great Wall of China. White was the big winner of the Trip to China Contest sponsored by the chamber of commerce, the Mirror and Nyrstar. The 65 travellers got back last week following a nine-day tour of Beijing, Shanghai, Suzhou and Hangzhou.

Sun and sand!

These folks were in Ixtapa, Mexico earlier this year and they took the Campbell River Mirror with us. From left to right, Joanne, Larissa, Elizabeth, Chris, Sandy, Mel, Perry, Wendy, Eric, Kathy, Tom, Denise and Doug.

Last chance! Take the recreation & culture survey before it closes The City’s recreation and culture survey is still online – but only until April 19. Take a few minutes to share your opinion on programs and events to make sure your voice helps shape future recreation services in Campbell River. “More than 300 people have taken part to date, and we’ve heard many excellent suggestions for department staff to review and work to incorporate into our services,” says Lynn Wark, the City’s recreation and culture manager. “While many responses have been received from adults, seniors and families with young children, we’re encouraging more of the community’s youth between the ages of 12 and 18 years to provide input too.” If you haven’t shared your thoughts, there’s still time until the survey closes Saturday, April 19. The survey is available online under “What’s New” at www.campbellriver.ca until April 19. All participants will be given the option to enter to win a one-year fitness pass, a GoPro camera or other locally sponsored (MJHPTZY\JJPQ^Ć^JWX gifts/certificates.

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