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eet Const. Kyle Ushock, a member of the Campbell River RCMP, and one of the riders in this year’s Cops For Cancer Tour de Rock. Age: 30 How many years as a Mountie: 7 Postings: Bella Bella, Ucluelet, Campbell River. First bicycle: “I believe it was a blue Kuhara BMX that I had back in my Winnipeg days.” What are the challenges of being involved in Tour de Rock: “The big challenge is the time commitment. We train three times a week. We do our big ride on Sundays. Last Sunday (June 1) we did 101 kilometres from Comox to Campbell River and back to Comox. And, of course, we never seem to get the beautiful weather! It was wind and hail when we rode up Mt. Washington.” Longest ride before training for the Tour: “I did about 50 kilometres through the Snowden trails on the mountain bike with a bunch of guys from work.” Favourite type of bike: “It’s circumstantial, I guess. For me, it’s the mountain bike, but now that I’m riding back and forth to work every day, it’s definitely the road bike. The other one is a tank…[laughs] I secretly think the two bikes have it out in the garage when I’m not home.”
Are you riding for someone: “Last year I lost my grandmother to cancer. She died on the day the ride came to Campbell River. Some coworkers have also died of cancer. It all worked out for me to do the ride this year. It all aligned.” What are you looking forward to on the Tour: I’m really looking forward to being at Reynolds School in Victoria where we did the launch. It’s an unbelievable event. I’m also looking forward to coming through Campbell River. It’s really nice to have the community support. I’m looking forward to that.” What are you not looking forward to: “The wind and the rain which we always seem to get in December. One time I remember driving up Island, on my way to Bella Bella, and thinking, ‘Who would want to ride in this?’ Now it’s going to be me!”
Barring a contract settlement this weekend, today could be the last day of school for some time unless the province and teachers reach an agreement. Campbell River students were off again on Thursday as part of rotating strike action around the province and returned to class today. However, this week, B.C.’s 41,000 teachers voted 86 per cent in favour of a full-scale strike which will begin Tuesday. The full-scale school strike would begin Tuesday, but there isn’t expected to be any classes on Monday either as members of the B.C. Teachers’ Federation plan to hold a study session day with their union representatives. On Thursday, B.C. Education Minister Peter Fassbender told reporters the government will continue negotiations with teachers this weekend in the hope of reaching an agreement or temporary settlement.
Support the ride You can meet Const. Ushock and help support the 2014 Tour de Rock this coming Monday at the Riptide Marine Pub. The pub, at Discovery Harbour Mall, is hosting a beer and burger night. Doors open at 6 p.m. and tickets are $20 available at the RCMP detachment and the Riptide Pub. Since 1998, Tour de Rock has raised almost $20 million to support pediatric cancer research and programs for children through the Canadian Cancer Society. Follow the ride on: n Twitter: @TourdeRock n Facebook: CopsforCancerBC n Website: www.tourderock.ca
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You said: Yes – 47 (36.4%) No – 82 (63.6%) Paul Rudan/The MiRRoR
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Ride Schedule Sept. 20: Drive to Port Alice. Sept. 21: Port Alice to Port Hardy and Port McNeill, 97 km. Sept. 22: Port McNeill to Woss and Sayward, 140 km. Sept. 23, Sayward to Campbell River, 74 km. Sept. 24, Campbell River to Comox Valley, 60 km. Sept. 25, Comox Valley to Union Bay, Qualicum and Parksville, 81 km. Sept. 26, Parksville to Port Alberni, 51 km. Sept. 27, Port Alberni to Ucluelet, 102 km. Sept. 28, Tofino to Nanaimo, 35 km. Sept. 29, Nanaimo to Ladysmith and Chemainus, 48 km. Sept. 30, Chemainus to Lake Cowichan and Duncan, 81 km. Oct. 1, Duncan to Shawnigan Lake, Mill Bay, to Sooke to West Shore, 78 km. Oct. 2. Oak Bay, Victoria and Sidney, 40 km. Oct. 3, Esquimalt, Saanich and Victoria Spirit Square finale, 40 km. Crew members from the MV Tanaka’s Zodiac rescue boat tow a pleasure craft to safety after its engine began overheating on Wednesday.
to shore at Heriot Bay. T h e Te n a k a w a s delayed for short period of time in order to assist in this marine emergency. “BC Ferries usually assists in 20-25 marine emergencies throughout the service area in a given year,” said BC Ferries spokesperson Deborah Marshall. “The employees train for many different incidents and their professionalism was demonstrated yesterday during this situation.”
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others who believe Hillsborough intends to begin test drilling this summer. But that’s not the case, said Gary Gould, vicepresident of Hillsborough which operates the Quinsam Coal mine located approximately 20 kilometres west of Campbell River. “We still need to consult with local communities and First Nations,” Gould said Thursday. “It would be a phased exploration and next summer would be the earliest time we would begin.” For now, Hillsborough has filed a “notice of work” application with the provincial mining ministry and expects to receive a permit to conduct test drilling in the two areas, located 5-8 kilometres southeast of the current mine site. Gould said the initial phase would be five to six drill holes, along and nearby existing logging roads. When the tests are concluded, the holes are filled with concrete and the area is reclaimed.
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Hillsborough Resources wants to look for more coal and that’s causing concern for some residents living along the Oyster River watershed. “The area where the test sites are proposed is uphill from the Oyster River and adjacent to Woodhus Creek which flows into the Oyster,” wrote Father Charles Brandt in a letter to the senior inspector of mines. “There is a great deal of water flowing downhill from this area into the Oyster River and private wells through visible streams and underground sources.” The form letter is being signed and circulated by
“We regard it as zero impact,” said Gould. Hillsborough will be looking for high-quality thermal coal. It will conduct a geo-chemical assessment of the rock and coal, and will monitor water run-off and quality. Residents living along the Oyster River watershed, and who rely on well water, are concerned because the test areas are adjacent to the same areas where coal tests were conducted in the 1980s. According to the letter from Brandt, “In 1985, Nuspar Resources application to mine this same area was refused after a test pit showed unacceptable levels of acid runoff.” The octogenarian has been a tireless supporter for sound environmental management of the Oyster and Tsolum river systems. In his letter, he also pointed out that in June 2013, the Comox Valley Regional District wrote to the Ministry of Energy, Mines and
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Low prices and weak demand for thermal coal led to the second round of layoffs at the Quinsam Mine this year. Gould said the current production is for 150,000 tonnes this year, just onethird of what the mine was producing three years ago. “We really hope that prices pick up,” he said.
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Teachers and government: make a deal, soon With little time left to get a deal done and put the current teachers’ job action to rest before the end of June, we can expect more of everything now 72 hours strike notice has been We say: It’s time that served by the BC Teachers Federation. labour dispute B.C. teachers are expected to go on comes to an end a full-scale strike as of Tuesday morning. As of Wednesday, a fresh arsenal of rhetoric is ready to be unleashed on the public as both sides will make the most of every opportunity to discredit the position
and tactics of the other. Watching from the middle of the labour battleground are the thousands of students who would far rather be thinking about their futures and how big a role education plays. Parents and guardians are naturally directly involved and rightfully concerned...but so should everyone, to some degree, be. The health and effectiveness of our education system, and the climate in which it’s run have a huge impact on our economic and social future.
As we struggle with continual labour management strife, not just between teachers and their employers, our economic competitors in other countries and provinces move ahead with the pedal to the metal. Our educational system may not be the best in the world but it’s crucial that it keeps operating while improvements are considered and implemented. There may be worse times of year for a teachers strike, but there is never a good time for one. The best time for a negotiated settlement to the current impasse...without question, is soon.
Broom removal ‘unacceptable’ As there seems to be a vendetta against the proliferation of the non-native Broom plant, I’m somewhat surprised to find on my walks, especially the trail on Jubilee Parkway, that where this plant has been hacked down, the bushes are then just dumped and left. The reason given for getting rid of this plant is because it prevents the native species from growing as the Broom spreads and chokes other plants out of existence. So is it not counter productive to dump this stuff on top of the plants that are growing in the ditches and along the hedgerow? Last year’s dumped bushes are still there and nothing can grow where they are piled up all along the trail. Apart from anything else, these black piles are unsightly and personally, I would prefer that the things are left alone if whoever chops them down can’t then be bothered to take the bushes away. I don’t care if it’s city workers or the Greenways Trust who leave this waste behind, the fact is these piles of dead and dying bushes must be disposed of in the proper way, doing half the job is unacceptable.
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Red-headed urchins eat the crumbs of city’s cake WARNING: This column may be offensive to some red-headed stepchildren, not that it is intended to be offensive to the “gingers” of this world as the writer has family members who are, indeed, red-headed. – The Lawyers
Paul Rudan No, really
Our city has its “red-headed stepchildren.” You know, the areas that have been abused for years, neglected and most often ignored for reasons long forgotten. In a beautiful city such as ours, coming across these overlooked places is like finding gravel in the middle of your ice cream. Campbellton, of course, takes first prize – or was that last place? – in the redheaded stepchild contest. This Heinz 57 concoction of heavy
industry, commercial, mixed retail and the community’s oldest residential neighbourhood has been made to stand in a dark corner for years, shunned by its socalled caretaker guardians who rule from the city hall highlands. Slowly, over the past decade, after a lot of yelling and screaming – something to the effect of, “This isn’t fair!” – the highlander chieftains have lent an ear and the occasional hand to the lowly red-headed stepchildren. Kind of like watching poor little Oliver begging for more gruel! For the most part, Campbellton gets gruel and the occasional crumb, while a lot of other areas – the Golden Children – get to eat cake on a regular schedule. Yes, that would be YOU Willow Point. Don’t try to deny it, that Golden Child
face and fingers are covered in frosting! From the exquisitely trimmed fields of Willow Point Park to the seemingly weedless gardens along the promenade, it is unquestionably, the pride and joy of the city hall Highlanders. The other new favourite is downtown. In the past, there’s always been a kind of love-hate relationship between downtown and city hall, but the love-in is clearly underway. This new Golden Child is showered with tax breaks and willing servants who make sure the dirty parts are regularly scrubbed and cleaned, lest our new tower of glass reflects the old scars and warts. In a way, I understand the dilemma of the overlords who, really, have a bunch of great-looking “kids,” who have all been playing in the mudflats for too long. It
takes time to wash away the grime and get them all spiffy again, but some receive all the attention while the others get spit. “Well, at least you get spit!” is the complaint I hear now from the city’s latest red-headed stepchild, that being the south end of Dogwood Street. The intersection at Jubilee is becoming an overgrown eyesore even though it’s “liberally decorated” with cigarette butts, weeds growing through concrete and pretty shards of broken glass from accidents past. Even the new water system – for the new trees which replace the first ones that died – never seems to work right and have busted at least twice this spring! But such is the life of the red-headed stepchild who’s lucky to gets the scraps of their siblings’ fine fare.
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Area D residents will have one last chance to talk to the city and gather information before casting their vote on whether or not to join the city of Campbell River. The city is hosting a pre-referendum open house on June 16 at Ocean Grove Elementary to provide information on the final proposal and referendum for the city’s boundary extension and sewer service offer for northern Area D.
The city is offering to provide sewer service to 535 Area D properties south of the city limit to McGimpsey Road, on the condition those residents agree to become a part of Campbell River. Residents within the proposed boundary extension area will vote in a referendum Saturday, June 28. Advance polls are scheduled for June 18 and June 24. The city has announced that the referendum question, with a ‘yes’ or ‘no’ option, will read: “Are you in favour
of a boundary extension to include a portion of Electoral Area D within the boundaries of the City of Campbell River for the purpose of connecting to the City of Campbell River sanitary sewer service?” City Elections Officer Lynn Ketch will oversee the referendum and is expected to be in attendance at next week’s open house to field questions relating to the voting process. Meanwhile, council has approved using the Alternate Approval Process to get support from Campbell River
residents. Coun. Larry Samson said it will be cheaper than the alternative. “ The Alternate Approval Process costs the city, I’ll say minimal or nil dollars, whereas the alternative to this is a referendum for city taxpayers which would put the cost to the city at around $60,000,” said Samson who added he was reluctant to support the boundary extension. “I’d like to get this over and done with.” Mayor Walter Jakeway, who believes the Alternate Approval Process to be undemocratic
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PRE-AUTHORIZED WITHDRAWALS FOR 2015 PROPERTY TAXES Remember, signing up for the program in 2014 means your payments will apply to your 2015 property taxes. The City’s new Pre-Authorized Withdrawal Service for Property Taxes will allow Campbell River property tax payers the ability to make regular monthly payments towards next year’s property taxes.
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GRANT OPPORTUNITY DOWNTOWN FAÇADE IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM Interested in updating your storefront or building façade? The City’s Downtown Façade Improvement Program can help get you started! The Downtown Façade Improvement Program provides grants to renovate, restore, or redesign commercial building façades in the revitalization area of downtown Campbell River (see map). Grants are available for up to 50 per cent of eligible project costs, up to a grant maximum of $10,000. Applications are being accepted now! Please note that the intake deadline is July 18, 2014. To be considered for the program, construction projects may not be started before grant approval and must be completed by December 31, 2014. Additional applications may be considered after the intake date, depending on available funding. Visit the City’s website (www.campbellriver.ca) for a program guide and application form. Or pick up a copy from City Hall. For further information, please contact: Land Use Services Telephone: 250-286-5726 Or email LandUseServices@CampbellRiver.ca As part of ongoing eﬀorts to revitalize the downtown area, this grant program is designed to encourage business and building owners to invest in building upgrades, creating a more interesting and appealing streetscape that attracts more people and business to the Campbell River’s downtown core.
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PROPERTY TAX PAYMENTS ARE DUE BY JULY 2, 2014. The City has posted more information about property taxation on its website (under What’s New). Paper copies are available by contacting City Hall.
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PRE-REFERENDUM OPEN HOUSE ON PROPOSED BOUNDARY EXTENSION 5 to 8 p.m. June 16 Ocean Grove Elementary (3773 McLelan Road) Learn about the June 28 referendum (and advance polls June 18 and 24) on the proposal to extend the city boundary and oﬀer sewer service in the northernmost portion of Area D. Information is also posted online at www.campbellriver.ca under Planning, Building and Development.
MORE PARKING DURING PROPERTY TAX TIME If you are coming to City Hall to pay your taxes, we’re making more room for you. From June 16 – July 2 (inclusive) additional public parking is being made available at City Hall. Those coming in to City Hall to make property tax payments are encouraged to park in the larger City Hall parking lot with access oﬀ the Alder street hill leading into and out of downtown. During this time, parking stalls numbered 1-38 and 41-47 will be available for public use. The smaller parking lot at the top of St. Ann’s remains available for public parking but is limited to only 11 stalls. Property taxes and Home Owner Grants are due July 2, 2014.
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Property owners are reminded to check tax notices and the water, sewer, and solid waste charges to ensure active or de-activated secondary suites are correctly noted in the user fee calculation. How does my property tax bill compare to the Council-approved rate? Council approves the general levy for the entire City budget, but that doesn’t mean you will see that same percentage change on your tax notice. Many factors inﬂuence the taxes on a given property making it diﬀerent from the overall percentage approved by Council. Each year, some property assessments increase while others decrease, so your property assessment change may or may not be close to the average BC Assessment reports – and your taxes may or may not increase to match exactly with the rate set by Council. Another factor is that the City of Campbell River collects taxes on behalf of other groups (Schools, Hospital, Library, Strathcona Regional District, BC Assessment, and the Municipal Finance Authority). They develop their own budgets outside of the City’s control. The rate passed by Council is only for the levy included on the Municipal – City line that appears on your tax notice. Other charges such as water, sewer, garbage and recycling also appear on your notice, but are not included in the general levy. Things to remember about the Home Owner Grant • Residential property owners can claim the Home Owner Grant without paying property taxes. • Banks and ﬁnancial institutions cannot claim the home owner grant for you. • Unclaimed Home Owner Grants count as unpaid taxes, and are also subject to a 10% penalty if an application is not ﬁled by the July due date. How to apply for the Home Owner Grant • Go online to www.campbellriver.ca and click on “Payments” under “Online Options” then launch the Home Owner Grant application from the link at the bottom of the screen. Use your access code (called “Access” on your tax notice, beside the folio number). • Apply in person at City Hall 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday to Friday, except statutory holidays What is the amount of the grant available? For 2014, the maximum: BASIC Home Owner Grant is $770 ADDITIONAL Home Owner Grant is $1,045 ($770 + $275) Note: The Home Owner Grant amount is reduced or eliminated based on property value and minimum property tax payable. Where do I get a grant application? The grant is located on the bottom of your tax notice that will be mailed out at the end of May. If you know your folio number and access code (located on your tax notice), you may claim your grant online through the City website (www.campbellriver.ca). Click on “Payments” under “Online Options”. What are my payment options? Payment methods accepted by the City of Campbell River: • Online banking through your bank • Interac (ensure your daily and/or transaction limit will cover the amount of your payment) • Cheque • Cash
Can I pay by monthly installments? Beginning in August 2014 the City will be able to accept payments made by monthly installment through a direct-debit to your bank account. This year’s property tax notice will include an insert outlining the program and an application form for those who wish to make regular monthly payments towards their annual property taxes. What happens if property taxes go unpaid? The City of Campbell River is governed by the Community Charter which legislates a 10 per cent penalty be imposed on any property taxes that remain outstanding after the July 2, 2014 due date (including unclaimed Home Owner Grants). This legislation does not give authority to the City to waive late penalty charges and is applied consistently to all taxpayers. Your payment and Home Owner Grant application (if eligible) must be received by the City of Campbell River on or before the due date to avoid penalty charges. Grants not claimed or incomplete are considered unpaid taxes and will result in penalty charges. Can I defer my property tax payment? The Province of British Columbia has a tax deferral program, which is available to homeowners aged 55 and older, families with children, and persons with a disability. The Property Tax Deferment Program is a loan program that allows you to defer your annual property taxes on your home. To qualify, you must have and maintain a minimum equity of 25 per cent of the current BC Assessment property value, after deducting the UPPER limit of all outstanding mortgages, lines of credit and other charges on your home. There is a one-time administration fee of $60 for a new approved agreement and an annual $10 renewal fee. For more information, please visit www.sbr.gov.bc.ca (see individuals / property_taxes). What do homeowners get for property taxes paid? In 2014, the average* household in Campbell River will pay approximately $188 per month in taxes, user fees and parcel taxes to pay for more than 100 services such as: • Potable water, sanitary sewers and storm water services • Police and ﬁre protection • Emergency response service • Garbage, recycling and yard waste collection • Road and sidewalk maintenance and repair • Street lighting and traﬃc control • Recreation facilities including the Sportsplex, Community Centre, Centennial Pool, city parks, tennis courts, ball ﬁelds, Discovery ﬁshing pier and the new Splash Park • Planning and building inspection services • Bylaw enforcement • Cultural facility grants for the Tidemark Theatre, Campbell River Museum, Maritime Heritage Centre, Haig-Brown House, Campbell River Art Gallery and the Sybil Andrews Cottage • BC transit service • Campbell River Airport services • Environmental monitoring and management • Economic development, tourism and the Visitor Information Centre *Average residential property value is $256,600. DID YOU KNOW? Every $100 the average household pays in taxes is divided between the federal ($50), provincial ($42) and municipal ($8) governments. The municipal property tax payment funds more than 100 diﬀerent City services.
NOTICE TO ELECTORS OF THE CITY OF CAMPBELL RIVER OF ALTERNATIVE APPROVAL PROCESS OPPORTUNITY Area ‘D’ Boundary Extension Proposal The City of Campbell River is seeking approval to extend the municipal boundaries of the City of Campbell River southbound to include a portion of the Electoral Area ‘D’ of the Strathcona Regional District as shown on the attached map.
The Community Charter requires that council must obtain the approval of the electors of the municipality in relation to a proposed boundary extension. Approval of the electors may be obtained by an Alternative Approval Process (AAP).
Elector Response Forms (AAP) elector response forms will be accepted only if they are in the form established by the City of Campbell River or an accurate copy of the form. The forms are available at the Office of the City Clerk at City Hall and on the website at www.campbellriver.ca starting on Friday, May 30th. For an elector response form to be accepted, it MUST: • Be submitted by a qualified registered elector of the City of Campbell River; • Include the full name of the elector; • Include the residential address of the elector; • Be signed by the elector; • If applicable, state the address of the property in relation to which the person is entitled to register as a non-resident property elector; and • Be submitted to the City Clerk before the deadline. NOTE: a person must not sign any alternative approval process elector response form more than once and may not withdraw his or her name from the elector response form after the deadline for submission of the elector response forms has passed. Deadline The deadline for submitting signed elector response forms opposing the Area ‘D’ boundary extension proposal is no later than 4:00 pm, Monday, July 21, 2014. Elector response forms must be in the possession of the City Clerk by this time, as postmarks WILL NOT be accepted as date of submission. Forms may be mailed or dropped off to the attention of the City Clerk, 301 St. Ann’s Road, Campbell River BC, V9W 4C7, faxed to 250.286.5760, or emailed to info@ campbellriver.ca.
Information related to the boundary extension is available on the City’s website at www.campbellriver.ca/ or copies are available for public inspection at the City Hall, 301 St. Ann’s Road, Campbell River, BC during regular office hours of 8:30 am to 4:30 pm, Monday through Friday. For more information on the Alternate Approval Process, please call: Peter Wipper, City Clerk at 250.286.5707 or Tracy Bate, Deputy City Clerk at 250.286.5705.
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the new design. “I think it’s going to look excellent and I think the new location is fabulous,” Moglove said. “It’s going to be great for the Volunteer Centre.” Council approved moving the Volunteer Centre to the Enterprise Centre during budget planning in January so that the city’s IT department could re-locate from the finance department to
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The plain, old shipping-container resembling walls of the city’s Enterprise Centre will get a makeover. To accommodate the move-in of the Volunteer Centre, the city will repaint the building with a community mural on the back wall and re-paint the panel that runs along the top of the building with a trendy graphic. Council approved the $3,100 facade improvement at Tuesday’s council meeting. Coun. Larry Samson brought a mock-up of the design to Tuesday’s meeting. “I think this follows the intent of what we’re trying to do in our downtown by approving grants for facades,” Samson said. “I think this will be
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The AAP process states that the City may proceed with the boundary extension unless at least 10% (2,401) of the estimated number of electors in the City of Campbell River have signed and submitted individual elector response forms against the proposal by the deadline set out below. The number of eligible electors in the City of Campbell River is estimated to be 24,011.
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Spreading the mesage: education is power Greta Hamilton CARIhI MIRROR
This year was a big one for Education Is Power creator Dave Cuddy. He traveled to Africa, hosted some local fundraisers, and worked with students from Phoenix middle school, as well as both local high schools. Education is Power is a Canadian (EIP) charitable organization that sponsors 35 students attending high school and university in Kenya and Tanzania. With next to no administrative costs, Cuddy runs the organization with a few volunteers. This year EIP worked in conjunction with
local youth to help raise awareness for their cause student for student. “Our main hope is that this education is going to spread. So it’s like our motto ‘to empower one is to empower others.’” Cuddy said. “We mentor our students and give them volunteer opportunities. “Which can be tutoring younger kids, working at a tree nursery planting trees, working at an orphanage. “The goal is that students are giving back while receiving an education. “So we’re hoping to get students on board here, to give them the opportunity of awareness. What is it like to go to school in Kenya or
Tanzania? “And help [students] realize their privileges and use them to help other people.” The organization has been active since 2008 and is currently hoping to take on a bicycle or dorm project to ensure means of transportation for the students in Africa. “We’re researching the idea of helping students get to school at these remote places. So we’re looking to take on maybe one or two students next year, but really we want to ensure we’re making a tangible impact,” Cuddy said. Cuddy will be speaking Sunday June 15, 8 p.m. at Strathcona Park Lodge dinning hall.
Education is Power and Cuddy will present a philosopher night with guest speakers Dave Mills from Dogwood Initiative and Brian Gunn from Concerned Engineers of BC to discuss Canadian Oil Development and Democracy (including silent auction benefit). Also, on Wednesday June 18 at 6:30 p.m. at the Campbell River Library, Cuddy will do a talk on Education is Power with a goal of gaining interested people to help organize a fundraiser in Campbell River. To see what education is power is up to, you can check out the website www.educationispower.org.
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As the school year comes to a close and finals approach, new feelings sweep over the students of Carihi. Sure school is becoming more and more important as the year edges on, and all those missing projects pile on one after another, but the summer break is coming, and probably faster than most are expecting it to. Carihi student Erin Milligan believes that the year passed quickly due to many new things she experienced this school year, which she hasn’t experienced in previous years. “Yes, this year passed by quickly because the classes have been more fun and the teachers just seemed really into what they were doing. I also met many new people.” The 2013-2014 year at Carihi has been full of original ideas, and many productions, many of which were created and organized by Carihi students. “The Nautical science program is one of many new and innovative ideas this year,” says another Carihi student Christina Kelly, “but next year I’m looking forward to more sciences and more job opportunities.” While Kelly believes that the year went by fairly slowly due to a heavier coarse load, both she and Milligan agree that now that school is ending, they will be happier overall just to indulge in a little time for themselves in the sun. “Carihi is very interactive. Their
Erin Milligan (Top) and Christina Kelly (Bottom) are feeling relieved that school is finally over.
programs are super vast and inclusive,” says Milligan, “but there are some things that Carihi could do better for next year.” Both Kelly and Milligan agree that even though there are many positive aspects, there are some things that Carihi could change for next year, like more variety at the breakfast table or more time spent outside of school on field trips. For all of the students who are graduating this year, high school will unfortunately become a past memory, but for them, life is just getting started as they will be experiencing a new beginning in the depths of the world of work.
The Glyn Fitzgerald award has honoured Carihi graduates who excel in scholarship, sportsmanship, leadership, and citizenship since 1966. This year the award went to Charlotte Morrison, a student, who, throughout her time at Carihi, has contributed to the community and strived for excellence. Glyn Cecil Fitzgerald was born on June 6, 1933 in Alert Bay. He attended school in Campbell River, and although he graduated from Lord Byng High School in Vancouver, he was well-rounded as a high school student. He was an athlete, an avid community volunteer, and the president of his student council in his Grade 12 year. He went on to earn a Bachelor of Arts degree at UBC and graduated with honours in History and Mathematics. Post-graduation, he was commissioned as an officer in the Royal Canadian Navy. In 1963 he was appointed base manager and pilot of the Okanagan Helicopters establishment in Campbell River, and on Sept. 19, 1965, Fitzgerald was killed in a flying accident in rugged mountainous terrain in the Tofino/Zaballos region of Vancouver Island.
Charlotte Morrison (right) was presented the Glyn Fitzgerald Award by Carihi principal Sean Toal.
Jane Kolmatycki, a counsellor at Carihi explained the start of the annual award. “His many friends in aviation and in the village community decided to set up a Memorial Fund for an annual award to the graduating Carihi student who best exemplifies the qualities of scholarship, sportsmanship, leadership, and citizenship. So, in 1966, the year of our first graduating class, we honoured our first graduate with this award, a tradition we are still doing, some 48 years later,” she said. This year, at the Scholarship and Bursary evening, Morri-
son received the Glyn Fitzgerald award. Sean Toal, the principal of Carihi, presented her with the award and spoke of the Morrison’s achievements. “To be considered for the Glyn, it is imperative that the student demonstrate outstanding work ethic and performance in the classroom,” Toal said. “Charlotte consistently ranks at the top of her class and is described as hard working and conscientious - a student who strives to excel. “We are also honoured to recognize her contributions to the school and to the community that show her to be a well-rounded individual, who seems to be at every event and function working selflessly behind the scenes in the spirit of service leadership. It has been a pleasure getting to know this young lady over the past three years. Her positive attitude, constant smile, and genuine care and support of her friends and classmates exemplifies her worthiness of this award. Even though, after a tough test this year, she joked with me about lowering her standards to becoming a ‘C’ student to relieve the pressure she puts on herself (she has been a principal’s honour roll student since she arrived here at Carihi), I am confident that she will continue to excel in whatever she chooses to pursue.”
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For Father’s Day take Dad on a fascinating exploration of the mysterious Intertidal zone of Campbell River. The Museum at Campbell River is offering an Intertidal Walk on June 15, from 12 noon to 2 p.m. Biologist Sandra Milligan will lead a journey of discovery to the tip of the Willow Point Reef. “See seaweeds of all shapes and colours: the beautiful Corallina, the destructive ‘Stringy Acid Hair’, and edible ‘Soda Straws,’” says Milligan. “We’ll take a look
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CR gymnasts finish strong The Island Championships in Powell River was the final competition of the year for most of the gymnasts from the Campbell River Gymnastics Association (CRGA). The athletes had a strong showing wrapping up a fantastic year. Fortyone medals were brought home with nine girls finishing in the top three, including four Island All Around Champions. The Level two team won the first place trophy and the Level one team won the second place team award. The following are the personal results: Pre-Argo In this level the girls are competing against a score standard and not against each other. Kate Stewart had a great performance coming home with a Gold
standard on vault, bars and floor, took home a Bronze standard on the beam to finish up with a Silver standard in the All Around. Ava Lee took a Gold status with a nice floor routine and a solid bars, received Silver status on vault and had a Bronze status on beam to come home with a silver status in the All Around. Provincial 1 Argo 2004 Isabella Michael became Island Champion on vault, captured the Silver medal on beam, brought home 5th on floor and 8th on bars to receive the Silver medal in the All Around. Claire Pollock won the Silver medal on bars, took the Bronze medals on both vault and floor, placed 10th on beam to
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on the vault, took 6th place ribbons on both bars and floor to come home in 5th place in the All Around. Kamryn Kerluck took home 4th place ribbons on both bars and floor, received 5th on the beam, finished in 6th on vault to come home in 6th place in the All Around. Provincial 1 Novice/Open
5th on both vault and beam to win the Bronze medal in the All Around. Michaela Pontious took the 8th place ribbons on vault and bars, received 10th on both beam and floor to come home in 11th place in the All Around. Provincial 1 Tyro Terah Van Dompseller captured a Silver medal on the beam, placed 4th
Jillian Frank became Island Champion on the beam, captured Silver medals on both vault and bars, won the Bronze on the floor to finish as the All Around Island Champion. Provincial 2 Argo Chloe Doyon had a strong competition taking the Gold medals on vault, bars and floor, capturing the Silver medal on the beam to come
home as the All Around Island Champion. Nya Chailler shined on floor to win the Silver medal, placed 4th on beam, took the 5th place ribbon on vault and was 9th on bars to come home in 4th place in the All Around. Hannah Sommer won the 5th place ribbon on bars, placed 7th on the floor, received 8th on the beam and 9th on vault to
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als on both bars and floor, placed 4th on beam to come home as the All Around Island Champion. Leah Anderson became the beam Island Champ, captured Bronze medals on vault and floor, finished 5th on the bars to come home with the Silver medal in the All Around. Tyra Moore became Island Champion on
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There will be one less body at the council table now until November’s city election. Coun. Ryan Mennie announced at Tuesday’s council meeting that he is moving to Alberta and will finish out the rest of his term on council via telephone. “I’m very sad to say that this will be my last meeting in person for the rest of my term as councillor here at city hall,” Mennie said. “After 20 years on Vancouver Island and 16 years in Campbell River, my
career as a radio broadcaster has me returning to southern Alberta.” Mennie, who hosts the afternoon show for 97.3 the Eagle, was born and raised in Alberta but moved to Campbell River in 1998. He was first elected to council in 2008 and is nearing the end of his second term. The youngest on council, Mennie has been a fierce supporter of families. He and his wife Ludy have a young daughter and recently welcomed a son to the family. Coun. Claire Moglove, who has served with
Mennie throughout his entire time on council, said the councillor brought a fresh perspective that will be missed. “Quite surprised to hear of the move and disappointed we won’t have you on council,” Moglove said. “It’s been very refreshing, in particular this term, to have your voice on council and bringing to council the perspective of a younger, family-oriented person, has been invaluable.” Coun. Andy Adams also acknowledged the
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Mennie thanked council, city staff, and the community for his time as councillor. “A big thank-you to council, both this term and last, city staff for the incredibly rewarding experience working with all of you in this building, and, most importantly, thank you to the citizens of Campbell River for the opportunity to work for you as a member of council,” Mennie said. “With my wife’s family here and all the friends we’ve made over the decade, we’ll be back.”
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ence at council meetings, he will step down as a director on the Strathcona Regional District board and as chair of the city’s Advisory Planning and Environment Commission. Mennie will also leave holes on the regional district’s hospital board and solid waste board, as well as the Success by 6 Community Council of Partners. Mennie also holds the public safety; school board/city liaison; and youth council portfolios and is a council liaison to Rivercorp.
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said having Mennie on the phone will be nice, but not the same. “I will miss you. We will get to chat but it won’t be the same,” Storry said. “It has been an honour to sit beside you.” Councillors Ron Kerr and Larry Samson also had kind, parting words for Mennie and wished him well in his future endeavours. Samson said he would miss the Mennie family’s friendly faces at the city’s community events. While Mennie will continue to have a pres-
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Fishing Corner Little girls just wanna have fun…fishing There is a special culture that exists on Discovery Pier when it comes to fishing. There are a number of tourists who arrive each year to fish the pier and who also enjoy the walk along the pier. Locals also gather at the pier on a daily basis to cast out lures in hopes of adding their name to the scoreboard. Last Sunday I watched a young family at pier and the girls were quite attentive as Dad showed them how to cast out a line. Jane and Rowan Klein from Campbell River were casting out lures with Dad’s help and they were having fun. The girls have yet to catch a fish in Campbell River, but they did catch a trout in Washington State! Fishing is a family activity and you can never be to young or old to get out and enjoy the sport of fishing
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selection of for download on Sound- scene, this young band Campbell Cloud, Who Is Barbosa is already composing River’s most are off to record their new music and rocking prolific young musical second album this sum- out old school covers. talent will take to the mer in Vancouver. Come out and show Tidemark Theatre stage Off To Sea is an acous- your support for the June 20. tic orientated band youth and music in our Who Is Barbosa will composed of Timberline community. The Tideheadline an 18 and seniors who know how mark Theatre Society under youth showcase, to rock. will be donating $200 with Off To Sea, Strange Playing a mix of popu- to both Carihi and Birds, and Razz as suplar covers and upbeat Timberline Secondary port. originals, these young School’s music proJoin them for an evemen are a force to be grams. ning of melodic songs reckoned with. Live At The Tidewith acoustic centered Drawing from their mark: Who Is Barbosa pop/rock and new alter- first album of soulful & Friends will be prenative rock with a classic and original music, sented at the Tidemark feel. Strange Birds are an on June 20. Tickets are This selection of intimate experience. $10 for students and $20 Campbell River’s most These Carihi seniors for adults (plus appliprolific young talent is combine haunting cable fees & taxes) and TW to make you voices and mesmorizing can be purchased at the guaranteed Who is Barbosa will thinkClient: twice about what melodies with Box Office from TuesMinistry of Forests, Lands andeclectic Natural Resource Operations headline a line-up of students can achieve – Saturday between young bands June from Campaign: Recreation folk Sitesroots and music Trails feel. BC - Northday Island trail closure for bridge replacement 2014 withSize: dedication andxpas12-4 p.m. Tickets can Campbell River being 4.3125” 2.8500” Razz is an alternative sion.Campbell River Mirrorrock band heralding also be purchased online held at the Tidemark Who Is Barbosa is from Carihi. at: www.tidemarktheon June 20. made up of four Carihi New to the music atre.com SANDY SAUNDERS PHOTOGRAPHY alumni. Mixing rock, folk-blues and pop, Who Is Barbosa have engineered a unique and new sound. With one recorded EP available
TEMPORARY RECREATION 3x2.86 TRAIL CLOSURE
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Ripple Rock Trail (located about 15 kilometres northeast of Campbell River) and the trailhead parking lot will be closed to the public from 7 a.m. on Monday, June 16, 2014 to 7 p.m. on Wednesday, June 25, 2014. This closure is required for the replacement of the footbridge across Menzies Creek and the resurfacing of the trail near that crossing.
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3x4Theatre Society Shoreline Musical is inviting members of the public to join our Board of Directors! Shoreline Musical Theatre Society is a non-profit, volunteer driven organization. Our mission is to produce, share in, or otherwise participate in live musical theatre and, in particular to provide opportunities for local adult performers. We are looking for volunteers with backgrounds in accounting, communications, fund raising, grant writing, producing, and stage management. If you have a passion for live and local musical theatre and are willing to donate approximately 2 hours once a month for meetings and possibly more during a production please send an e-mail to email@example.com
ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING
Thursday June 19 at 7:00pm at RainCoast Creative Performing Arts Studio 938 Island Hwy. – across from Foreshore Park
WET & WILD SUMMER KICK OFF! Strathcona regional rec banner Wednesday, June 18 / 6:30-8:00 pm
Inflatable toys, water fights, freezies, jello-slide and the Wiggle Bridge is here! Registration is in progress for Summer Camps and Swimming Lessons. www.strathconard.ca 250-287-9234 ext. 0 Strathcona Gardens Recreation Complex • 225 S. Dogwood St., Campbell River, BC • Tel: 250-287-9234 • www.strathconard.ca
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Out of fabric and soil comes art
Quilting and gardening combine in the Quadra Island Garden Tour June 22-23.
for Children’s programming while the Quilters’ portion goes toward the annual Quilters’ Marathon and community quilts. The Marathon
quilts are donated to BC Childrens Hospital to be given to seriously ill children. The tour is concentrated in the south of the
island and could be completed by bike. Tickets are $15 for both days and are available at Campbell River Tourist Centre, and on Quadra
at Inspirations in Quathiaski Cove and Works of H’Art in Heriot Bay. They will also be available on tour days at the Quadra Island Tourist Booth.
Kids aren’t the only ones having all of the fun this summer at the library. Vancouver Island Regional Library is introducing a summer reading club for adults. Registration for this free summer reading program starts in mid-June at participating branches. The program officially kicks off July 2 and runs until August 20. Visit the Campbell River branch to register and pick up your reading record. Keep track of your reading each week of the program for your chance to enter a draw for a prize! The new Adult Summer Reading Club (SRC) program is designed to remind adults of the joy of leisure reading and to encourage them to model this behaviour for children in the community; especially those participating in our kid’s summer reading club. For more information visit us online at www.virl. bc.ca. Vancouver Island Regional Library (VIRL) is the fourth largest library system in British Columbia. We serve over 430,000 people on Vancouver Island, Haida Gwaii, and Bella Coola on the Central Coast through 38 branch libraries, a virtual branch, and a books-by-mail service. VIRL’s holdings number one-million and include books, magazines, CD’s and DVD’s. Administrative offices are located in Nanaimo.
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On Saturday June 22 and 23, from 10 a.m. - 4 p.m., come and see what Quadra Islanders have created from fabric in soil. The Quadra Island Garden Tour is unique in that over 70 quilts will be displayed in the majority of the gardens. Quilts range from traditional to modern and include small journal quilts, lap quilts, bed quilts, wall hangings and quilted jackets. This year along with the many colourful flower gardens that reflect individual style and character we are including some of the Quadra farms that harvest a wide variety of produce. Some also have cattle, sheep, goats or fallow deer. All money raised stays on Quadra Island. The tour is a fundraiser for both the Quadra Island Recreational Society and the Quadra Quilters Guild. The Recreation Society will use funds raised
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WOCKS, MATTHEW TYLER Matthew â€œMattâ€? Campbell River.
HUGH BASSETT MacGREGOR of
In the early morning of June 5, 2014, Matthew passed away peacefully, after a courageous battle with cancer, comforted by family and close friends. He was 29. Matt was born in Campbell River B.C., April 26, 1985, to Robin and Leslie (Les) Wocks. In 1987, the family relocated to Port Hardy where, they remained until 1993. During that time, Matthew and his parents welcomed two more brothers to the family; Nolan (1987) and Chad (1992). Shared hobbies, adventures, homes and traits, the three brothers held an incredible bond, overflowing with laughter and loyalty. The Wocks Family settled into the small community and Matt made many friends; none as close as Shawn Milligan; a bond that formed at the tender age of two and remained until his passing day. In 1993, the Wocks family returned to Campbell River to be closer to family, and at the age of 8, Matthew met his second â€œbest budâ€? Jordan Kinakin; they also held a life long bond. Not family by blood but certainly by heart, was Katie Denne (nee Wilson) and the Wilson Family. Katie and Matt shared a very special bond. Matt always enjoyed an adventure and that often came with the outdoors; mountain biking, camping, beach days, fishing and paint ball. He also enjoyed video games and bad zombie movies; the family home was often filled with friends for marathon nights. At the age of 15, Matt found his passion for Martial Arts. It is through this practice that Matt found the mental and physical strength to carry him through some dark days. After graduating From Timberline High School in 2003, Matt remained in Campbell River for a short while before spreading his wings and moving to Fort McMurray, lured by his friend Shawn. Once there, Matt encouraged Jordan and eventually his dad and brothers to join him for work and companionship. Matt had many happy times in Fort McMurray. He made very good friends and did his best to stay close to them in spite of his illness preventing him from remaining there. Matt was a multifaceted young man. He was charming and quick witted; often keeping those around him in stitches or on their toes as he was also a practical joker. He was a straight shooter. If asked his opinion, heâ€™d give it whether you liked it or not. One of Mattâ€™s favourite quotes, â€œDo not pray for an easy life. Pray for the strength to endure a difficult one.â€? Bruce Lee.
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4 March 1965 â€“ 19 May 2014
The MacGregor Ostler family announce with sad hearts the death of our much loved son and brother, Hugh MacGregor. He suffered in later years with the effects of both diabetes and other health issues and passed away quietly at home in New Westminster. Hughie was a musician for most of his life and was considered to be a very gifted guitarist, singer and composer. He was born in Campbell River and attended elementary school here. During a move to West Vancouver he attended West Bay School where his love of music first blossomed. Upon returning to Campbell River his interest in music developed more fully and he and friends formed The Elements at Campbell River Junior Secondary. Moving on to CARIHI, Hughie connected with other serious musicians who formed a senior school dance band, Big Rock. The group played at many high school functions. After graduation the band toured around B.C. and Alberta. During Expo â€™86 Big Rock members joined Randy Friskieâ€™s Elvis Show and played nightly to large crowds. Later they joined the Roy Orbison Tribute Show and toured North America accompanied by Sam Orbison, Royâ€™s brother. Hughie was raised in a large, happy, blended family. He leaves behind his mother Morgan K. Ostler and many brothers and sisters and inlaws including Jackie and Scott (Sally) MacGregor, Karen (Paul) Tate, David (Shelley Jo .d), Steve (Cheryl), Jeff, Murray, Kath (Will .d) Klassen, and Bill (Sadie) as well as his maternal aunts Shelagh John and Grace Moreau. Also missing him very much are his nephews and nieces Jasmine and Nick MacGregor, Tamara and Jason White, Tanner and Dillon Klassen, Stephanie and Matthew Ostler, Angus and Henry Ostler and their mother Barb, and Madison Ostler. He was predeceased by his father Howard MacGregor, stepfather Robert Ostler, aunts Pamela Scott and Maureen Taylor and uncle Terence Scott. He was also predeceased by his paternal uncles and aunts John, Bob, Aline and Kitty MacGregor. His many cousins on Vancouver Island and around B.C. also cherish good memories of hanging out with Hughie, who always had a guitar in his pack ready to join the music. To celebrate Hughie and his love of music, the family will hold a Ceilidh (music, dancing & story telling) at the Maritime Heritage Centre on Sunday evening, June 22 from 8-11pm. The original members of Big Rock , Clayton Hill, Steve Hillis and Dave Hillis are still playing professionally and will be together again to play the music of their old band. Members of the 1983 CARIHI grad class are especially invited to attend as well as those who loved dancing to the special sound of the Big Rock band.
Matt is predeceased by his grandfather Donald Wocks and his great-grandparents, Reginald and Dorothy Davies and Opal Darby. Grieving Matthewâ€™s loss are his parents Les and Robin Wocks, brothers Nolan and Chad Wocks, grandparents Marlene Wocks, Barry and Carolyn Davies. Aunt and Uncle Tamara Wocks (Treg) and Ron Davies. Godparents Uncle Stacy and Mimi Wilson. Family of the heart Shawn, Jordan and Kate. Plus so many friends; most notably Hans (Saundrine), Brad (Mandy), Kelvin, Adam, Dana and Whitney among others. A celebration of Mattâ€™s life will be held June 21, 2014 at 2:00pm and will be hosted by the Kunz family in their home at 3801 Island Highway, Campbell River. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Campbell River Hospice Society.
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Saturday, June 21, 2014 11am-3pm Eagles Hall, 1999-14th Ave. Campbell River, BC Coffee, tea and snacks provided. Please bring your memories, stories and pictures and help celebrate Bruceâ€™s full life. For those who wish to speak, we will have a microphone available.
MICIC, Cindy Sue (Tabish)
October 15, 1960 - May 30, 2014 It is with great sadness that the family of Cindy Sue Micic (Tabish) announce her sudden passing on May 30, 2014 at the age of 53 years in Melbourne, Australia. She is survived by her husband John; sons: Jordan and Sean; her brothers: Larry (Gloria), Allen, David (Debbie), Loren (Debbie); her sisters: Sandra Cleveland (Dale), Donna, Peggy Carmichael (Rob); aunts: Vicki Briggs and Rose Bernard; uncle: Ed Fulowski (Ferol); numerous nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by her father Vincent (Sandy) Tabish; her mother Isabel (nee Fulowski); brother Dennis and sisterin-law Leona Tabish. Cindy was born on October 15th, 1960 in Weyburn, Sask. She grew up on the family farm and attended grade school in Halbrite, Sask. At the age of ten she moved with her family to Campbell River, BC, where she finished her schooling, graduated grade 12 and moved to Edmonton where she took great pride in becoming an audio salesperson. A few years later Cindy moved to Victoria and attended Camosun College. In May 1985, she married John Micic in Victoria, BC. They moved to Melbourne, Australia in 1988 where she worked in office management and accounting. Her greatest accomplishments were her two sons Jordan and Sean. Cindy enjoyed her closest friends and a good laugh. She loved all kinds of music and loved to share her finds with others. At the time of her passing she was again, working in the retail sector, which she found quite rewarding. Cindy will be greatly missed by all that knew her. She will live on in our hearts for ever. Funeral Services were held in Melbourne on June 10, 2014. The family will be having a private memorial at a later date. Donations in Cindy's memory may be made to First Stone Stables Society, 18573-0 Avenue, Surrey BC V3S 9R9, or online at firststonestables.ca. It's a loving place where disadvantaged children get to feel accepted and safe and learn to care for horses.
Fri, June 13, 2014, Campbell River Mirror
IN MEMORIAM GIFTS
CARETAKERS/ RESIDENTIAL MANAGERS
OIL CHANGE TECHNICIAN required. Automotive repair knowledge and experience is essential. Must have a clean, neat appearance and enjoy working with the public. Wage + benefits package after 6 months. Weekend work required. Please apply in person with resume and references to Great Canadian Oil Change, 1691 Dogwood St. No phone calls please.
PORT HARDY-Available immediately on North Vancouver Island working Body shop Manager. Also need Painter and Bodyman, one with management experience. Assets include computer literacy, ICBC estimating certification, customer service skills. Send resumes and coverletter to: email@example.com
MATURE COUPLE to provide minimal after hour daily duties along with Sundays & stat holidays. Security to local mini storage business in lieu of rent of large 2 bdrms, 2nd floor on site suite. 6 appls, gas F/P, patio (utilities/cable included). Training to start approx July 15, 2014. Position to start Aug 1, 2014. Both persons must be computer literate. Apply in person to Econo U Store-It Inc. 1231 Spruce St, Campbell River. Mon-Fri 8am-5pm.
B.C. Schizophrenia Society Campbell River Branch Donations in memory of a loved one may be made to the B.C. Schizophrenia Society, Campbell River Branch, Box 651, Campbell River, BC., V9W 6J3
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BRAVEHEARTS. All Cancer Survivor Co-ed Dragon Boat Team invites all cancer survivors and supporters to join our team. For more info contact Suzanne at 250-202-6918 or firstname.lastname@example.org Ladies…FREE Workouts at Curves every Saturday morning in June. Try a Jillian Michaels class! Call for details and to reserve a spot for you and a friend. 250-287-8379 SUPER SUMMER VENDORS MARKET 1218 Bute Cresent, (off Jubilee Parkway). Sat. June 21. 9am-3pm Come out & support our local home businesses. Something for everyone. Thrive Foods, Partylite, Just Sugar It, Tupperware, Epicure, Mary Kay, Pampered Chef, It Works, Miche Purses, Beauti Control, Southill Designs, Jess’s Pencil Portraits & Steeped Tea.
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Rosalind Ann Curnow (nee Jones) August 4, 1949 - June 11, 2013 Ein merch byrdferth ydych yn calonnau am dragwyddoldeb Priod hoff Y Thomas Annwyl Mam Nick (Selene), Sarah (Chris), Owen Dafydd (Winter), Gwen Caris (Kelly) Mam-Gu Annwyl 0 Cassandra (Brad), Bethan, Rhiannon, Caitlin, Rhys, Meadow, Evan
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School District 72 is seeking applications for the following position:
Signing Interpreter For details on applying for this posting, please check the School District’s web site at www.sd72.bc.ca School District 72 • Campbell River
HELP WANTED Sears Campbell River is looking for a Sales Associate to work in our catalogue Department and on the Sales floor. Part-Time Position–possibly leading to Full Time. Must be able to work weekends. Chosen candidate should have a positive attitude and the ability to work well in a team environment is important. Please bring in your resume. 1300 Homewood Rd Campbell River 250-287-8361
ACCOUNTING ASSISTANT Busy accountant in Willow Point is seeking a bookkeeping/ secretary. The successful candidate will be a self-starter, reliable team player who displays excellent customer service, be able to multi-task and work independently. Duties will include monthly bookkeeping, payroll, GST/ PST remittances, personal income tax preparation and administrative duties. Experience with simply accounting required. Wage will commensurate with experience. Please mail resume with cover letter to: 90D Westgate Road, Campbell River, B.C. V9W 1R2
Comox Valley Campus Please go to http://careers.nic.bc.ca for further criteria, required qualiﬁcations and information on how to apply to posting #100711.
Wanted; mature couple for live-in resident manager position in 50 suite building in Campbell River. Qualiﬁcations required: Knowledge of RTA and Dispute Resolution, rent collection, banking, cleaning, minor repairs and painting. Fax resumes and ref’s to 1-800-762-2318 or email: email@example.com
CLINICAL Counsellor required for North Island Survivors’ Healing Society - Trauma & Abuse Counselling Ctr., Campbell River 21 hr/wk contract with renewal potential Please apply to firstname.lastname@example.org Lemare Group is seeking a fulltime Senior Administrative/Operations Assistant Reporting to the company President and HR/Logistics Manager, this individual will be an energetic, positive and well-rounded person with the ability to think quickly on their feet and is comfortable in both administrative and operational functionalities. Having a Logging Industry background is important to this role for this industry specific position. Requirements: Minimum 3-5 years’ experience in an administrative role, previous experience within the logging industry, strong working knowledge of MS Office Suite. Must work well in a team atmosphere, must have excellent communication skills, both written and verbal, friendly, professional and welcoming personality with the ability to work with several levels of management. Strong organizational skills and the ability to work under pressure, superior work ethic with attention to detail. Must be self-motivated, forward thinking with the ability to show initiative and a valid class 5 driver’s license. Please forward your cover letter, resume, and salary expectations to email@example.com.
Western Forest Products Inc. is an integrated Canadian forest products company located on Vancouver Island that is committed the safety of employees, the culture of performance and the discipline to achieve results.
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HELP WANTED The Lemare Group is accepting resumes for the following positions: Boom men, Hooktenders, Off Highway Logging Truck Drivers, Hydraulic Log Loader Operator, Processor Operators, Chasers, Coastal Certified Hand Fallers, Machinists, Millwright, Heavy Duty Mechanics. Fulltime with union rates/benefits. Please send resumes by fax to 250-956-4888 or email to email@example.com
MEDICAL/DENTAL MOA/MANAGER required for specialist office. Applicant must have experience working in a medical office, be computer literate, be self-motivated, have good communication skills and be able to multitask. Please send resume to firstname.lastname@example.org RN REQUIRED for fast-paced medical clinic. Experience in pediatrics, immunizations and wound care an asset (willing to train); ability to multitask and work without supervision a necessity. This position is for casual and relief coverage. Please drop resume off in person to Alder Medical Centre. Attention: Anne or Sandy.
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LANDSCAPING ADAMS TREE SERVICE. Hedge trimming, tree pruning & removal. Stump grinding/removal. Mini excavation. Lawn and garden. 250-203-5324
PAINTING EVELYN M. Interior Painting: Interior prep to completion. I always use low odour paint. Colour consulting available, free estimates. No muss, no fuss! 250-204-4417.
MERCHANDISE FOR SALE AUCTIONS
FURNITURE BEAUTIFUL PECAN China Cabinet. 56â€? x 17â€? original. $1500, selling for $500. Solid Oak Pedestal. table extends to 59â€™ with the 18â€? leaf in it, + 4 matching chairs $300. 250890-3458.
HOBBIES & CRAFTS GLACIER VIEW Yarns & Botique. Brand name wholesale prices yarns. 35 brands, hundreds of colors, and adult knit & crochet clothing, ladies purses, shawls, tops jewellery & jewellery scarves. much more in botique. 1060 Farquharson Dr. E. Courtenay 250-8714008 email@example.com open 10-4pm Mon-Fri.
MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE BREMSHEY TREADLINE Scout Treadmill, 5 years old, excellent condition, safety features, multiple programs, automatic deck adjustments. $700 phone 250-335-0534. HITACHI 2-TON electric hoist $1,250.obo. Inglis programmable stove $200.obo. Frigidaire 16.5 cu.ft. fridge w/freezer $125.obo. Kenmore HD large capacity over/under W/D $100.obo. Woodstove 18â€? fire box + 2 stove pipes $300. 250-890-1071 HOT TUB family fun, 4 person softub. Plugs into 110. Completely overhauled for years of pleasure. Was $3500 new Now $899. Call 250-338-7854 or email firstname.lastname@example.org HOT TUB (SPA) COVERS. Best price. Best quality. All shapes & colours available. 1-866-652-6837 www.thecoverguy.com/ newspaper? WOODEN OBOE Cabart $650. Vito clarinet $100. Suzuki 3/4 size violin $125. Please call for more info 250-336-8423.
CAMPBELL RIVER 3 bdrm, 2.5 bath. Corner lot, private & fenced backyard. Backs onto greenbelt. Landscaped gardens. Strata living with no strata fees. $219,900.00 250-2048030 or email@example.com
FIRST OFFER over $300,000 buys this 4bd, 2bth oceanview duplex in Painter-Barclay area of Campbell River. Renting for $1800/mnth. 250-850-0998
FOR SALE BY OWNER
RESTAURANT Equipment Auction - Saturday - June 21st @11am Organic Lives, Jugo Juice, New Liquidation Equipment & Consignment. Online bidding available through BidSpotter. Video Preview, auction catalogue, inventory pics @www.KwikAuctions.com
SAYWARD VILLAGE 2 bdrm condo, 1 bath. Great buy. $45,000 obo 250-724-0383
MOVABLE COTTAGE. Brand new, built to code. 160 sq.ft. Open & bright. Enclosed deck. $8500. (778)585-2287. firstname.lastname@example.org BEAUTIFUL PATIO HOME. 2bdrms. 1200sqft. Garage. No through road. Pacific Maples strata. Immaculate. Furnishings can be left. No agents. 250-202-7890. CR
COURTENAY RANCHER for sale, 1800sqft, in floor heat, 3 bdrm, 2 living rooms, 2 full baths, hot tub & RV Parking. 250-338-5962 250-897-4465
CUSTOM 3BDRM,2 bth, 1850 sq ft home in Cambridge Estates, well maintained, one owner, Asking $349,900. 250923-8452/250-203-3912
WHOLE DUPLEX for sale. 1280 sq ft per side, 3.5 bdrms, 1.5 bath. Pt. Hardy. $225,000. comoxvalley.en.craigslist.ca/ reo/4435662010.html (250)334-8474.
MOBILE HOMES & PARKS 2900 SQFT Ocean View. Level Entry. Well kept home with in-law suite. 6 bdrms, 3 full bth. 2 laundry. 2x garage. Close to bus & shopping. $389,900. 250-287-4161. Campbell River.
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LOTS CAMPBELL RIVER 60â€™x200â€™ on Nicholls Road. Good area. Close to all amenities. Mature fruit tree. $125,0000. Call 250287-7386
US Lake Osoyoos Lake Front: 4 Acres 296FF Lowbank $459k; Cottage at Shore $203,900; Beautiful Walk Out 160FF $649k; New Townhouse w/Gar $549; 4-plex $409k; Sunny Bungalow $319k; Veranda Beach $367,900 & $469k Sun Lakes Realty 509.476-2121 CALL www.sunlakesrealty.us
HOUSES FOR SALE
Riverfront Home for Sale 2370 Campbell River Rd. Fully renovated $869,000 Open House Sunday 1-3pm more info: firstname.lastname@example.org
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7175 HIGHLAND Dr. Port Hardy. 2520 sq ft 4bdr home. 2 landscaped lots joined. 2dr garage. Walkout basement/suite. 250-949-8922 or www.island.net/~fishnet. Asking $336,000.
463 SOUTH ALDER- Ocean view, professional landscaping, 4 bedrooms, many recent improvements. $259,900. Call 778-346-1646.
SPORTING GOODS SURFBOARD- NSP 8â€™6â€? epoxy longboard w/ Dakine bag. Excel. cond., seldom used. Tri fin, mid: 22 5/8â€?, thick: 3â€?, leash. Bag & board $525. Eves or msg. 250-850-4100 in Campbell River.
GREAT PRIVATE LOCATION 5 bdrm, 3 bath 3200 sq.ft. home on 2.79 acres 2131 Schulz Road Black Creek Large country kitchen with custom oak cabinets, Hardwood floors kitchen/dining. Heat pump, air cond., wood stove, 7 skylights, central vac, Large wrap around deck. Dbl garage, excellent well system, large basement with suite potential. Great family home in private setting backing onto Saratoga Golf course, near schools and beaches. $559,000. 250-337-8450
CR-2896 APPLE Dr. Located in the heart of Willow Point. This 1478 sqft rancher offers 4bdrms, 2bths, newer kitchen, roof & flooring. Private fenced yard, RV parking. $249,900. Kim: 250-923-6503
FREE MOBILE Home - Brentwood.Age unknown, 55X11ft approx. Would suit refurbishment. Serious viewers only. Must collect. 250-813-0562 PORT HARDY 3 bdrms, 1 bath on own corner lot. #105 Cedar Hts. TAP. Storage shed, workshop, fenced backyard, 2 car parking. $66,900. Cell 949-0950, 949-6843, 9496597.
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FREE MOBILE Home/Trailer, age unknown, 38X8ft approx. Scrap or animal storage. Serious viewers only. Must collect. 250-813-0562
FREE MOBILE Home/Trailer two together, age unknown, 42X11ft 44X9ft approx. Scrap or animal storage. Serious viewers only. Must collect. 250-813-0562
HOMES FOR RENT
MOBILE HOME 2 bdrm, # 81 in Uplands, newly renovated woodstove, W/D, F/S, electric furnace, laminate flooring, 4 doors, nice decks. $55,000.00 O.B.O. Call 250-334-3074
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â€˘ Race Point - 1 bdrm, 4 appl., all inclusive, n/s, n/p, working person. $725/mo. â€˘ #101-377 Dogwood - Renovated 2 bdrm, 1 bath. $750/mo. â€˘ #16-2520 Quinsam - 2 bdrm, 1 bath, trailer. June 1st. $895/mo. â€˘ #16-940 S Isl. Hwy - 2 bdrm, 1 bath, 4 appl. $750/mo. â€˘ #4-4811 Croyden - 2 bdrm, 1 bath, woodstove. Oyster River $700/mo. â€˘ SAYWARD RENTALS - 2 bdrm, 1 bath, all inclusive. $875/mo. â€˘ 120 Seaview - 4 bdrm house. Sept 1. $850/mo.
GARAGE SALES Call 1-855-310-3535 to place your garage sale ad and receive FREE balloons and signs.
Wednesday Deadline: Monday 3pm. â€˘ Friday Deadline: Wednesday 3pm
2170 EARDLEY Sat June 14 8-2. 3 neighbours down sizing & estate. Think Fathers Day. Good guy stuff, girls too, tools,camping,boating,golf,collectibles,decor,china & cabinet 2470 SPRING RD Sat, June 14, 7-1. Harley parts, gear, clean household items. Tires, tackle, ladies clothing. 340 S.MCPHEDRAN Rd. Sat. June 14. 8am-1pm. Another barn sale. Down driveway. Lots of variety. Something for everyone. Love to see you. 3744 ISLAND HWY. (close to Jubilee Parkway) Sat. June14. 8am-3pm. For the Chikondi One Heart Angels Orphanage Fundraiser. Early birds welcome. For the children. www.chikondiorphanage.com 561 S. McPHEDRAN Rd. Sat. June 14. 8-11am. Kidsâ€™ bikes, toys, books, PS2 & 3 games, DVDâ€™s & misc. household.
156 ROCKLAND ROAD
Saturday, June 14th 8:00 am - 2:00 pm Rain or Shine
No early birds, please. Assorted household items
SPORT UTILITY VEHICLES
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.
2004 PONTIAC Sunfire 4 cyl standard 120,420k - $3000. Call 250-335-2048.
1997 TOYOTA Tacoma pick up truck, 5 speed manual 4 wheel drive, extra cab, V6, 3.4 liter and new body paint. $8500. Call (250)204-4441.
LEASE: 900/1200/3474 sqft, 220 Dogwood Plaza. Renoâ€™d, reasonable rate 250-286-6865
1 & 2 BDRM Cedarbrook Apts. Heat & hot water included. Adult oriented. Indoor cat welcome. On-site laundry. Refs Req. $625/$725. Call 250-202-2187 to view. www.meicorproperties.com
CENTRAL CAMPBELL RiverQuiet 2 bdrm, full bath. W/D. NS/NP. $700.+ utils. Available July 1. Call (250)923-1081.
2 BDRM Orchard Park Apts. Secure bldg. Lrg, quiet, privt yrd. On-site laundry. Indoor cat welcome. Refâ€™s required. Available July 1. $650/mth Please call 250-202-2187. www.meicorproperty.com.
CAMPBELL RIVER: 3 bdrm top floor of duplex, sep. entr. W/D, D/W, F/S. Near town, schools & bus routes. Avail. July 1st. $800./mo. Refâ€™s reqâ€™d. Call (250)203-0134.
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. Donâ€™t miss out! Only 2 Units left PaciďŹ c Wynd Residences 808 South Island Highway
2000 WINDSTAR Van. Great shape. Good tires. Great van. 208,000km. $2,200. O.B.O. 250-895-5439. Campbell River
TOWNHOUSES 3-BDRM DUPLEX, Campbell River, Evergreen Rd. Close to shopping & schools. Private fenced yard. July 1st. $1100. /mo. Pls call 250-286-3391 after 7pm or 778-475-0902. SPACIOUS 3 bdrm townhouse with large deck, large yard,ocean view and 4 appli. $990. Call 250-923-6939
CRIME-FREE MULTI-HOUSING DALMATION TOWERS One bdrm. Close to town, elevator, N/P, pay laundry, manager on site. Refâ€™s reqâ€™d. Avail Immed. Call Bill at 250-914-0309
New Luxury 2 & 3 Bedroom Units 6 appliances. Ready For Occupancy Non-smoking. No pets. Rents start at $850.
TRANSPORTATION AUTO ACCESSORIES/ PARTS
ELECTRIC SCOOTER/bike, near new. Euro by Da Vinci. 40 km per charge. Reliable transportation. Incldâ€™s helmet and charger, $1199 or trade for kayak. (250)287-8198
1982 DODGE Camper Van. Clean. Great Shape. Offers 250-336-8432 1993 MOTOR Home 34â€™ Deluxe Gulfstream Sun Voyagerwide body, totally re-furbished, auto 4 speed Cummins diesel, Alision transmission, power jacks, new fridge 2012, low miles. Flat screen TV, excellent stereo, awning w/privacy curtain and window covers. Stored under cover. $25,000. Call (250)335-1515.
2002- 32FT. Southwind Motorhome. Triton V-10 bank exhaust, 5,500 w generator, near new Toyo tires, back-up camera, awnings and many extras. $34,000. obo. 250-758-4093, Nanaimo.
1500sq ft, clean, open space, freshly painted, large gated yard.
GIANT NEIGHBORHOOD SALE South-Vermont Place (off Colorado) Sat. June 14. 9am-2pm. Too many treasures to list. Come check us out!
3-BDRM 1/2 duplex. 5 applâ€™s, close to bus stop and all amenities. South McPhedran area. NS/NP, Refâ€™s reqâ€™d. Avail July 1. $950/mo 250-897-1487
JUNE 14 & 15, 8-2 p.m. 178 Lennea Pl, Storries Beach. Lots of stuff: Kayak, Boler, canoe, household
CAMPBELL RIVER: 2bdrm apt in centrally located 4-plex. Freshly painted. No Pets. N/S. Refs $700+util. 250-830-4686.
NORTH -1943 LESLIE Place Downsizing. Sat & Sun. June 14 and 15. 8am-Noon. Books, plants, trees, storage containers, collector plates, household. Rain or Shine.
VERY CLEAN, view, close to parks, schools & amens. Great neighborhood, 4bdrm, 3bths, rec rm., patio, lg fncd yard. N/P. Refâ€™s required. $1111. 250-286-6672
SOUTH- 463 Reavie Rd. Saturday, June 14, 9-12. Fabric & notions Sale!
WILLOW POINT: 4bdrm duplex, 2812B Fairmile, NS/NP, $1050. Leah (250)286-3293.
SOUTH C.R.: 954 Cordero Crest., Sat., June 14th, 9-3pm. Kids items, furniture & misc...
HOMES FOR RENT
2003 28â€? Travelair, $24,900. Ford E450,cab & chassis,V10 Motor, 82K. Excel. Cond., Isl. bed. Consider Class B/camper/van trade 250-285-2030. cel 250-203-0750, Quadra Island.
CAMPBELL RIVER: 3 bdrm, 3 lvl townhouse (has bsmnt). 400 Robron. F/S, W/D. $885, July 1. Call (250)923-3635 C.R. OCEANFRONT fully furn. 3-Bdrm, 2 bath home. $1800. obo., not incl. utils. Avail Oct. 1/14. Drive by: 1047 S. Island Hwy. Call 1-604-892-5134 or email@example.com STORIES BEACH area- 2 bdrm home, 4 appls, pets negotiable, lrg yrd. $775+ utils. Call (250)923-2893.
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2001 DODGE Caravan. Lots of new parts. 2nd owner. Non smoker. Very clean, reliable. 229,000km. $3000 obo. Must sell. 778-420-4043
2004 FORD FREESTAR van. 8 passenger. Good tires. Entertainment centre. Good shape. 145,000km. $3900. 250-895-5439. Campbell River
2010 Dodge Grand Caravan 33,000 km $14,500 obo (Courtenay) Here is a van to take you to fun this summer! Plenty of storage for camping or cruising with your family and a roof rack that will carry your kayaks or canoe. ONLY 33,000 km. BONUS-this van still has a FULL GOLD WARRANTY to 2018! Excellent condition! Yakima Roof Rack $350 value. New Goodyear UltraGrip Ice Tires $900 value. Ph. 250-8971931 Courtenay $14,500 obo.
CARS 2004 SUNSEEKER-FORD. 26 ft w/ slide. 126,000km. Queen sze isl. bed. Transferable extended warranty. Great cond. 250-287-4635 Campbell River 1966 FORD RANCHERO Good condition, good driver $5000 O.B.O. 250-287-3345 1974 JEVELIN- 304 motor, automatic, motor and transmission removed but available. Car to view is in Port Hardy. Call (250)902-8016 or 250-937-0391. 1990 Ford F250 4x4, good mech cond, new brakes, tires, fuel system - $2500. 1998 Chev Cavalier 2 door, auto, Excell cond, 171000km $2400. 2004 Chev Cavalier 2 door, 5 spd, 124000km - mint - $4500. 2004 Pontiac Montana Van, auto, excell cond $4800. Call 250-339-5808.
14â€™ MIRROCRAFT Deep V aluminum boat with oars, 25hp, V Teck Evinrude outboard - only 3 hrs on motor $5,500 OBO 250-336-2022
1980 26â€™ COMMANDER: twin Volvo engines(512 hrs.) Dou. prop legs, stainless propellers, Walker Bay dinghy, 2.5 H.P. Yamaha 4 stroke kicker. Recent survey(April 2014.) Heavy duty 3 axle trailer included $40,000. 250-923-8959
RECREATIONAL VEHICLES FOR SALE
ROTARY BEACH- Excellent location. Ocean views. Bachelor $600., 1-bdrm $680., 2-bdrm $700. N/S, N/P. Call (250)286-1175.
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2001 4x4 Dodge Dakota P/U Crew cab. 243,000 kms. $7,900. obo. Call 250-3375565 after 7 pm.
2005 POLARIS QUAD Silver Anniversary. New fuel pump, battery, bearings, front hub & shaft. Armour all around. $5500. 250-923-1372
12ft- 380 QUICKSILVER inflatable (made by Mercury). Removable floor boards and wheels. Good condition. $750. obo. (250)758-4093, Nanaimo
TRUCKS & VANS
SUPER SUMMER VENDORS MARKET 1218 Bute Cresent, (off Jubilee Parkway). Sat. June 21. 9am-3pm Come out & support our local home businesses. Something for everyone. Thrive Foods, Partylite, Just Sugar It, Tupperware, Epicure, Mary Kay, Pampered Chef, It Works, Miche Purses, Beauti Control, Southill Designs, Jessâ€™s Pencil Portraits & Steeped Tea.
Central â€˘ From the C.R. bridge to Rockland Rd.
Out of Town â€˘ All other outlying areas
FURNISHED ROOM- $450Includes cable/wireless, laundry. Oceanview. 1/2 block to bus. NS/NP. 250-287-3616.
Turnkey Ocnfrnt. 1 Bd. Avail. immed. N/S,N/P. $1,100-1,250 /mnth. Randy 250-830-4222
Oyster River/Black Creek â€˘ York Road to Black Creek Store
2005 PT Cruiser Convertible Touring Edition. $5,500. Red and black. 225,000 km but garage kept and in excellent condition. 250-335-0565.
North â€˘ North past the Campbell River bridge
South â€˘ Rockland Road to York Road.
PORT HARDY #61 Highview TP. Completely renovated, CSA electrical certification, certified woodstove with baseboard heat, new insulation and drywall. Other details are posted at the trailer. Starting at $68,000 obo. Call 250-9495131 or 250-902-9114.
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96 DODGE Dually, 5.9 Cumins Diesel, 4x4, comes with Elkhon 11 1/2 ft camper. $10,000 250-335-2015
19â€™ FIBERGLASS boat with trailer. 200hp and 8hp Mercury outboards. $6,900. obo. Call 250-337-5565 after 7pm.
2858 BAYLINER CIERA, very nice/shed kept, low hrs, loaded, will consider smaller trade? or ? compare this offer at $36,000. 250-745-3700.
29â€™ MARTIN Sloop, 9â€™ 2 beam, 6â€™ headroom, rebuilt 12 HP Yanmar diesel. Sleeps 6. Ready to sail. Tender incldâ€™d. $12,500. Call (250)287-8198
UTILITY TRAILERS UTILITY TRAILER 4x7 box, great for gardening & landscaping - $500 OBO. Also a 6.5L Diesel truck engine needs work - best offer.
MARINE BOATS 92 MOTOR HOME. Griffin Allegro Diesel. Only 90K, 3,000 watt generator, 32ft. $14,777 O.B.O. Drive by 3792 Piercy Road CAMPER for sale; 2005 (Adventure), 8â€™, like new condition, covered storage, sleeps 6, bathroom, $10,700. Call (250)337-5271.
1995 ZODIAK 14.6ft - 65HP Suzuki. New steering & trailer bearings. $5500 OBO. 250-334-9337
40â€™ LONG RANGE Cruise/Charter Boat. Transport Canada Compliant. $98,000. 250-339-7502. www.silverfoxmarinecharters.com
HALIBUT QUOTA WANTED ANY AMOUNT at $72.00/lb. MICHELLE (604) 736-3600.
4&--:063 $"3'"45 10.5 ft. AB dinghy hard bottom inflatable with nearly new Suzuki 15 hp 4 cycle outboard and like new EZ Loader trailer. $4,500. Call 250-339-3264.
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Campbell River celebrated Oceans Day last Saturday in the parking lot between the Discovery Passage Aquarium and the Maritime Heritage Centre. ALISTAIR TAYLOR/THE MIRROR
The first birthday of the Discovery Passage Aquarium (DPA) was marked with some cake cut by DPA Society’s Mark Wunch.
Young scientist Honor McDiarmid inspects some aquatic samples.
Brayden Bastock and Carson Chase think that operating a Fisheries and Oceans Canada vessel would be pretty cool.
Nathan Glum in character from the recent production of Treasure Island tries out some candy floss.
If it’s Oceans Day then David Minato of the B.C. Salmon Farmers Association must be cooking up some delightful salmon.
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A rare Ford Mustang T5 ready to make its public bow By Nigel Matthews Our classic and collector car expert continues today with the final part of his four-part series on the restoration of public relations executive Laura Ballance’s rare 1967 Ford Mustang T5 by 360 Fabrication in Abbotsford.
Mustang? – The Ford Mustang could not be sold in Germany as a Mustang because a truck manufacturer there and later a motorcycle manufacturer owned the trademarked name Mustang. Both manufacturers offered to sell the rights to Ford for $10,000 each but Ford declined and decided the solution would be to use the initial Mustang project name T5 as the solution. With all of the changes required, they should have probably paid the $10,000. With there being so many U.S. armed forces bases in Germany, export models were highly sought after. Laura had no idea how rare her
Prosecuting ‘Curbers’ is costly to the taxpayer By Keith Morgan Today, we conclude our look at so-called Curbers: con artists dedicated to separating you from your hard-earned cash by selling you a vehicle that is not all it seems to be. Bringing a curber conman to justice can cost tens of thousands of dollars. While penalties can be high, many successful prosecutions may yield a fine of just a few hundred dollars. One case currently before the courts is five days into a trial over a $288 ticket. The costs to date of further action against the offender are now approaching $80,000. At first sight, one might think it appropriate to save public cash but the problem is allowing a dismissal to occur sets a dangerous precedent that could harm future prosecutions. Because the matter is still before the court, the accused’s name is withheld but the circumstances can be revealed because they are instructive. The Surrey man has undergone continuous legal action by the VSA (in partnership with the City of Surrey). The Provincial Court found him guilty on three charges of curbing. He continued to curb so the VSA obtained an injunction from the BC Supreme Court. That did not deter him so the VSA applied to the BC Supreme Court to find him in contempt of court. If successful the man will face a fine of $10,000 if found curbing again. This form of con clearly can be very profitable, if the perpetrators figure fines and legal expenditures are merely the cost of doing business. However, the following cases illustrates typical curber practices and the penalties they could face. One prolific curber was convicted with 31 counts of fraud. He was buying vehicles wholesale from licensed dealers and selling them to the public. He rolled back more than two million kilometres. He was fined $31,000, two vehicles were
seized from him, and he was put on probation for three years. A curber from Williams Lake claimed he sold cars as a hobby. After several tickets and warnings from the VSA, Crown Counsel issued court charges against him. After pleading guilty, he was fined $2,000. The legislation allows for a maximum fine of up to $100,000 for individuals and $200,000 for corporations. A Delta man was convicted of fraud – 15 charges with evidence of odometer tampering, inaccurate vehicle histories, sales tax violations and other deliberately deceptive practices. Crown Prosecutor said he targeted the most vulnerable consumers, such as recent immigrants who had poor English. There was deliberate planning to perpetrate each fraud – finding a low priced vehicle, rolling back the odometer, detailing to improve the appearance of the vehicle, creating a false history, finding a suitable “victim,” forging official documents and tax fraud. This occurred on more than one occasion. As the buyers were “complicit” in the fraud, there was no consumer restitution for 12 of the 15 counts. They agreed to false documentation to save on taxes – a common practice used by curbers. This makes consumers fearful to go to authorities when something goes awry. He received a one-year conditional sentence (effectively house arrest, except for medical emergencies or to work, with the terms easing as the year progresses). He also agreed to perform 100 hours of community service. I’m indebted to the Vehicle Sales Authority of BC for providing the research necessary for produce last week’s typical curber profile story and today’s account of real scams. Please, if you don’t want to buy from an established dealership, do your due diligence as to the registration and condition of the vehicle you plan to buy. firstname.lastname@example.org
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Precautions seniors can take when solicited for donations
harities often target certain groups of people when soliciting donations. Those groups may include past donors and people who have recently attended charitable fundraisers. It should come as no surprise that criminals posing as legitimate organizations tend to target specifi c groups of people as well. Anyone can be fooled
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if you don’t recall making such a donation. Get specifi c information about alleged past donations, checking that information against your own bank records and receipts. Many donors claim donations as deductions on their tax returns, which also can be used to verify or debunk solicitors’ claims. Though not all solicitors claiming a past history of donations are dishonest, this is one way that criminals attempt to create a rapport with potential victims, so such claims should be verifi ed before making any donations. Don’t feel obligated to reciprocate a gift with a donation. Many charities send gifts, be it mailing labels or holiday cards, to prospective donors as a token of appreciation for past donations and as a way of encouraging future donations. Con artists are fully aware of this tactic and may try to imitate it in an attempt to defraud potential victims. No matter if the people behind those mailing labels or holiday ornaments are legitimate charities or con artists, you should not feel compelled to reciprocate a free gift with a fi nancial donation. Beware of solicitors pressuring you to donate. Reputable charities should
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Exercise and aging Common concerns about exercise after 50
xercise is an essential element of a healthy lifestyle. Including exercise in your daily routine can lower your risk for diabetes, heart disease and stroke, and exercise can even sharpen mental acuity, reduce anxiety and improve mood. But as benefi cial as exercise can be, many men and women, particularly men and women over the age of 50, who have not laced up their sneakers in years are hesitant to begin an exercise regimen for a variety of reasons, potentially putting their long-term health at risk. Regardless of a person’s age, beginning a new exercise regimen can be intimidating. But it’s especially so for men and women over the age of 50, who might not know where to begin or how to approach adopting a healthier lifestyle. According to the National Institute on Aging, the following are a few points men and women should know as they attempt to improve their physical fi tness with a more active lifestyle. • Exercise is safe even
if you have not been physically active in a long time. Many older men and women worry that suddenly embracing physical fi tness after years of inactivity may be detrimental to their health. But that’s only true if men and women don’t exercise caution at the outset of their routines. When beginning the routine, take things very slowly at fi rst, choosing to walk or bike every day rather than hitting the treadmill and adjusting it to maximum resistance. When strength training, start off with very little weight so your muscles can grow acclimated to the motions and you can get the exercises down pat. As you grow more comfortable and your body starts to feel more up to the challenges of daily exercise, you can begin to gradually alter your cardiovascular and strength training workouts to make them more challenging. • Exercise can make existing medical conditions more manageable. Men and women over the age of 50 who have preexisting
medical conditions are likely to fi nd that exercise alleviates rather than exacerbates their physical problems. Studies have shown that regular exercise and physical activity can benefi t people with arthritis, high blood pressure and heart disease. But it’s still recommended that men and women with preexisting medical conditions consult with their physicians before making any lifestyle changes. Some conditions may affect a person’s ability to be active, and it’s best to get the go-ahead from a physician before beginning an exercise regimen. Doctors may even suggest certain activities that have been known to alleviate particular conditions. • Exercise reduces fatigue, so sitting around to preserve strength is not effective. Exercise improves strength and energy levels, so sitting on the sideline to preserve your strength is counterproductive and could lead to serious medical problems. Men and women who are inactive are almost twice as likely to develop heart disease as those who are more active. While getting adequate rest and giving your body ample time recover from physical activity is essential, your body won’t benefi t by avoiding exercise to preserve your strength. However, even moderate physical activity performed on a regular basis can reduce fatigue. • No one is too old to exercise. It’s not
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uncommon for men and women in their golden years to think they are too old to exercise. Some may feel that their toned down workouts cannot possibly be making much of an impact thanks to the physical limitations old age has put on their bodies, while others may think it’s unwise for someone in their 70s or 80s to be physically active. But no one is too old to exercise, as exercise helps the body stay strong and fi t even when you can no longer max out on the bench press or squat hundreds of pounds. Scaling back your exercise routine will be
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Managing money after 50
nvestors know that money management can be diffi cult. The ebb and ﬂ ow of the economy can be similar to a roller coaster, with soaring highs followed by steep drops, and those changes all affect investors’ bottom lines. It’s no wonder then that many investors over 50 envision the day when they can get off that
roller coaster and simply enjoy their money without having to worry about the everyday ups and downs of the market. But managing money after 50 is about more than just reducing risk. Reducing risk as retirement draws near is a sound fi nancial strategy that can safeguard men and women over 50 from the ﬂ uctuations of
the market That’s true whether investors put their money in stocks, real estate or other areas that were not immune to the ups and downs of the economy. But there are additional steps men and women can take after they turn 50 to ensure their golden years are as enjoyable and fi nancially sound as possible. • Prioritize saving for
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retirement. Men and women over 50 know that retirement is right around the corner. Despite that, many people over 50 still have not prioritized saving for retirement. It’s understandable that other obligations, be it paying kids’ college tuition or offering fi nancial assistance to aging parents, may seem more immediate, but men and women over 50 should recognize that their time to save for retirement is rapidly dwindling. Just because you are retired does not mean your bills will magically disappear. In fact, some of those bills, such as the cost of
medical care, are likely to increase. So now is the time to make retirement a priority if you have not already done so. It might be nice to fi nance a child’s college education, but that should not be done at the expense of your retirement nest egg. Kids have a lifetime ahead of them to repay college loans, while adults over 50 do not have that much time to save for retirement. • Start making decisions. People retire at different times in their lives. Some people want to keep working as long as they are physically and
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ruise the inland waterways of coastal British Columbia and experience the magic of the MV Aurora Explorer, a 135 foot landing craft that transports a wide variety of heavy equipment and general freight throughout the Gulf of Georgia and the remote inlets of Johnstone and Queen Charlotte Straits. You will enjoy rugged coastal scenery, observe many species of whales and other sea life, and experience the history and inﬂuence of the early explorers, settlers, cannery workers and native populations on the coast. You’ll listen as the crew works the radio telephones or navigates the ship by radar and watch as freight is loaded and discharged along the way. The Aurora Explorer operates from a base
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