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Provincial exams continue until Tuesday (June 24), despite Nanaimo teachers and their colleagues across the province walking out in a fullscale strike. The B.C. Labour Relations Board ruled that provincial exams, which began yesterday, are an essential service. According to Donna Reimer, Nanaimo school district spokeswoman, the district believes there is enough management staff to assist with exams and if teachers are required, it would only be on a limited basis. Mike Ball, Nanaimo teachers’ Join us on T A JUNE 25TH r a 5:00 PM fo AR FREE SEMIN to on getting e know all th e cl latest vehi d features an Y G TECHNOLO

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hour before exams and a half hour after the exams,” Reimer said. School administration will mark exams. Graduation ceremonies will take place June 25-26 at the Port Theatre, with staff taking care of organization. Ball said some teachers will be in the crowd. “My understanding is there are some [teachers] who will be attending but they’re attending, they’re not supervising,” Ball said, adding that it’s unlikely teachers will assist with award presentations. For any exam or bus schedule information, please visit www. sd68.bc.ca. reporter@nanaimobulletin.com

Train-loving tourists could have another reason to board cruise ships bound for the Harbour City. Southern Railway and the Nanaimo Port Authority have announced that they are looking into a new Vancouver Island rail excursion service for cruise ship passengers. Negotiations between Southern Railway, the Island Corridor Foundation and VIA Rail have ended and VIA Rail reports an agreement to resume passenger service is imminent – a move that will trigger the release of $20 million to repair Island tracks. Passenger rail has been suspended since 2011 because of unsafe rail conditions. With passenger service making a comeback, service provider Southern Railway is looking at the potential to add a new tourist train. According to Singh Biln, Southern Railway’s director of community relations, the service would be for cruise passengers only and based at Nanaimo’s south industrial waterfront. It would give the rail company new business and another way to utilize the

track, while giving the Nanaimo Port Authority another product to market. It’s unknown if the Greater Victoria Harbour Authority will also have access to the service. “We are very excited about it and optimistic there is a winning formula,” Biln said. “Vancouver Island has so much to offer in terms of First Nation culture and history, industrial history, the arts and entertainment community and with all that’s going for it, we believe there’s a viable business for an excursion rail operation that would benefit not only us, but all the communities and, of course, the cruise industry.” Southern Railway sees the new service as a way to boost the use of the tracks, which are only expected to see twicea-day runs between Nanaimo and Victoria when passenger service first resumes. It will also give people a different experience than they will get on regular rail, which will use self-propelled cars. The excursions are anticipated to be in passenger coaches pulled by a locomotive – possibly vintage or steam. While the new train wouldn’t be the only solution to increase the number of ships docking in the Nanaimo harbour, it will get the port noticed, according to David Mailloux, the port authority’s manager of communications and public affairs. See ‘FULL’ /4

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Cyclists will pedal with a purpose this weekend. The Shoppers Drug Mart Ride Don’t Hide event will be held Sunday (June 22) at Maffeo Sutton Park. It’s one of 20 rides across Canada that day, with each event supporting and strengthening local mental health services for women and their families. The goal is to raise $800,000 nationwide, and any proceeds from the Nanaimo event will go to the Canadian Mental Health Association’s mid-Island branch. Local registration for Ride Don’t Hide is still quite low and organizers are hoping to attract many more participants. Clara Hughes, a six-time Olympian who is currently cycling around Canada advocating for mental health, talked up Ride Don’t Hide last month while in Nanaimo. “I hope on June 22 you guys think of me when you’re rid-

ing, because I’m still going to be riding,” she said. There will be two different courses set up in Nanaimo, a shorter one along the E&N Trail and a longer one on urban streets and rural roads. “There’s a 14.9-kilometre ride, a 29km ride; there’s entertainment, food and fun,” Hughes said. Registration is $35 and free to kids 12 and under. There will be on-site registration at 9:15 a.m. on race day, with a warm-up at 10 a.m. and the ride getting underway at 10:30 a.m. Hughes said the best way to start removing the stigma associated with mental illness is to start talking about it. Getting together and going for a bike ride is a way to encourage interactions and connections and spark conversations. “The bike is something that brings people together in the most beautiful of ways,” Hughes said. “It brings everybody down to the same level. Where have you come from and where are you going?” For more information, please visit www.ridedont hide.com. sports@nanaimobulletin.com

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The Nanaimo Boathouse Society will make its case to city politicians this month, as council considers whether a $5.1-million paddling centre ranks as a community priority. Movement on a multimillion-dollar boathouse and paddling centre has been put on hold until Nanaimo city council decides where – and if – it falls on the priority list. The decision was put into politicians’ hands by the Parks, Recreation and Culture Commission last week. According to Richard Harding, the city’s director of parks, recreation and environment, the facility is “a great concept” but it’s also

a significant and expensive project. The two-storey paddling centre, proposed to offer adventure tourism activities, storage and washrooms, would be constructed with dollars raised by the boathouse society and eventually turned over to the city for ownership. A staff report shows the new building would cost the City of Nanaimo $100,000 annually in management fees and between $50,000 and $100,000 each year for maintenance and asset renewal. The expenses are not included in the fiveyear financial plan. “There’s wonderful community ideas and projects out there. Hundreds of them. But ... you can’t do it all,” said Harding, who believes coun-

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money and whether there’s room on the city’s list of priority projects to add more, Greves said. The city already has plans for improvements to Caledonia Park and a covered multi-sport facility at Harewood Centennial Park. “Rather than go through the rigmarole, the agreement in principle, I think what we have to do as a council is decide what our priorities are,” Greves said. Camela Tang, president of the Nanaimo Boathouse Society, doesn’t see the latest development as a setback. The group is encouraged that it will be going before council, she said. A presentation is expected at the June 23 council meeting.

New management is taking over Nanaimo Centre Stage. Nanaimo city council agreed to ink a three-year deal with the Harbour City Theatre Alliance – an organization that hopes to start management of Nanaimo Centre Stage July 1. It’s a day after the planned exit of former operators, Centre for the Arts Nanaimo. The organization announced last April it would bow out of the operation of the 100-seat venue by the end of June, stating it could no longer oversee the building for the $11,350 annual subsidy offered [it’s] going to by the city. become a place It had asked for $40,000 in where people 2014. The new come in more alliance – a than once or six-member board of arts twice a year. supporters – is confident it can work within the city’s framework and still be affordable for user groups. It plans to generate revenue by producing its own shows and will operate the building through a volunteer board rather than paid staff. “I have an awful lot of confidence in the Harbour City Theatre Alliance,” said Coun. Diane Brennan, who points out it knows the building and understands the business. “I’m glad the [group] has taken us up on our request for someone to come and manage this building on.” Theatre alliance founders Dean Chadwick and Barbra French, both artistic directors of local production companies, say they are looking to make changes to the community theatre, including offering mentorship to those aspiring to create their own productions, classes and concerts there. “We are looking to have the place busy as many nights of the year as possible,” Chadwick said.“Nanaimo Centre Stage is going to become a place where people come in more than once or twice a year.” The move to hire the new managers was made in a 6-3 vote with councillors Bill McKay, Jim Kipp and Bill Bestwick opposed. The alliance has yet to sign the new agreement but has begun to create a new season schedule.

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A temporary gathering place will pop up in Lantzville this month to help gauge public support for a budding village plan. The District of Lantzville will transform its parking lot into a pop-up plaza on Saturday (June 21) as it tests community support for a central gathering place and collects feedback on the direction of a new village core improvement plan. For the past year, the Village Commercial Core Improvement Committee has been working with the residents to craft a new look for the centre of the community, from streetscapes to sidewalks. The plan is aimed at helping guide future development.

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1. On Tuesday June 3rd a white scooter and charging unit, owned by a 94 year old female,, was taken from a storage area at the Kiwanis Village on Nelson St. The scooter is a Gogo with serial # S8110406297JDO 2. Since June 3rd there have been eight stolen vehicles reported in the area of Cedar, South Wellington and central Nanaimo. The vehicles targeted are primarily older model Toyota cars, and Ford F250 and 350 trucks. Many of these have had their locks punched while some were unlocked. Most of the thefts occurred late at night. Home owners are asked to be wary of late night traffic and persons lingering in residential areas. Also, all suspicious activity should be reported to the police immediately. 3. On the afternoon of Wednesday June 4th a resident at 1680 Dufferin Crescent awoke to someone trying to break into her apartment. When the suspect realized the home was occupied, he left and was last seen getting into a newer model blue 4 door, no make or model obtained. The suspect male is white, slender build, with long blonde hair in a ponytail. It was later determined this male attempted to pry open front doors to several other units in the building. 4. On the evening of Wednesday June 11th a female was assaulted and knocked unconscious by a male, as she tended to stray kittens near the Cedar bridge. The female had stopped roadside at approximately 1:30 AM. While helping the kittens cross the road, another car stopped and a male approached. She soon left and when as she was walking to back to her vehicle, she was attacked and knocked to the ground. She lost consciousness briefly and when she came to, she was being dragged toward his car. She fought back and he soon left, in his car. The vehicle is a white, an older model 90-95 Honda or possibly Toyota product, with a black pin stripe along the side and a small spoiler in the back. The male is white, thin, 20-25 with short brown hair.

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An event at Maffeo Sutton Park today (June 19) aims to highlight the inequality between funding that First Nations and non-aboriginal children receive, says a Snuneymuxw band councillor. The Our Dreams Matter Too event, which runs from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Maffeo Sutton Park was first launched in 2011 by the First Nations Child and Family Caring Society, to bring awareness to the funding inadequacies facing First Nations children who reside on reserves, according to Emmy Manson, also a director of community services for the Inter Tribal Health Authority. First Nations children on reserves get less support for services like education, health and child welfare as opposed to other children, making it harder for them to achieve their dreams and grow in the same way other children do, according to Manson. She said studies have found money for

First Nations children and family service agencies is inadequate and inequitable – First Nations children on reserve receive 22 per cent less for child welfare than other children. “For example, if my child lives on reserve, he gets $4,000 less than a child who lives and goes to Bayview [Elementary School] and lives off reserve, so that creates a lack of resource around them to be equal with regards to service delivery,” Manson said. “It’s because they live on a certain physical location that they’re treated differently.” It is her belief that if the children receive the same funding, they would have equal opportunity to succeed, much like other children across the country. The event supports three campaigns: Shannen’s Dream, which advocates for safe, comfortable schools and quality education; Jordan’s Principle which seeks ensure equal access to all government services; and I am a Witness, which seeks to help First Nations children grow up safely at home. “We want equity, we want to have the same rights as everybody and we want to be

We want equity, we want to have the same rights as everybody and we want to be able to teach our children in our own communities.

able to teach our children in our own communities and let them grow up in a safe community and have the option of going to a school that does teach their own language and their own culture,” said Manson. This event and others lead up to National Aboriginal Day on Saturday (June 21). Snuneymuxw First Nation will be holding a celebration and groundbreaking ceremony for the construction of its community building tomorrow (June 20) at 1145 Totem Rd. at 10 a.m.

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said Coun. Bill McKay, who will sit on the new ad hoc committee. “It would clearly delineate where the city might work with a group.” The policy is also anticipated to determine if the city moves ahead with an inventory of opportunities for sponsorships – the next step in a new program. “We might find through the policy nothing’s for sale, maybe everything is important to protect,” said Suzanne Samborski, the city’s senior manager of culture and heritage. “Then why would we go to pay for an evaluation on things?” The City of Nanaimo has been exploring the potential to cash in on naming rights for playing fields and public

buildings since last December, with aims of filling budget gaps and raising new revenue. If it’s done right, McKay believes a new sponsorship program could raise millions of dollars in revenue for the municipality. “Maybe there’s some things we want to do relative to new facilities that we could afford to do if we had a major sponsor,” he said. A new policy is expected to be presented to council this fall. news@nanaimobulletin.com

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Divisive events deserve scrutiny Pride Week got off to an inauspicious start in Nanaimo. Delegations came before city council Monday to ask that councillors apologize for a decision last month to cancel a leadership telecast at the Vancouver Island Conference Centre. Council had made a motion not to allow events associated with “divisiveness, homophobia, or other expressions of hate” at public facilities. We thought council overreached – the Leadercast conference was about leadership, and only indirectly linked to homophobia – but we admired councillors’ compassion and acceptance of minority rights. City council certainly never asked his opinion, but Nanaimo-Alberni member of Parliament James Lunney felt obliged to weigh in and mailed a letter that was received at Monday’s meeting. The Conservative MP urges an apology to the Nanaimo Evangelical Fellowship church and Leadercast sponsors and organizers. Some of the debate in council chambers last month was unfair and offensive to Christians and private apologies have already been made. However, council should not apologize for its decision, nor should it rescind last month’s motion. Public events associated with divisiveness and hate should always be scrutinized. Councillors should exercise their veto carefully, but they should continue to have that power. Lunney and others have presented hypothetical situations, worrying that Good Friday services will be cancelled in the future. Does anyone really believe that will happen? Until it does, this should be a nonissue. For our MP or anyone else to twist one isolated city council decision into an attack on the traditional definition of marriage, well, that just seems like homophobia. Pride Week should remind us that we need to do better, and become a more accepting and inclusive city. It’s clear we’re not there yet. The Nanaimo News Bulletin is a member of the British Columbia Press Council, a self-regulatory body governing the province’s newspaper industry. The council considers complaints from the public about the conduct of member newspapers. Directors oversee the mediation of complaints, with input from both the newspaper and the complaint holder. If talking with the editor or publisher does not resolve your complaint about coverage or story treatment, you may contact the B.C. Press Council. Your written concern, with documentation, should be sent to B.C. Press Council, PO Box 1356, Ladysmith, V9G 1A9. For information, phone 888-687-2213 or go to www.bcpresscouncil.org.

B.C. can learn from Ontario’s election ‘Liberal’ is becoming one of are still investigating the $1 the most ill-defined words in billion cancellation of plans Canadian politics. to construct two natural gasHere in B.C., a Liberal is a fired power plants before the Conservative, or at least a fiscal 2011 election. The gas plants conservative, bent on balancing were to stabilize erratic output budgets and battling big unions from wind and solar power, a to force them to recognize European-style climate change today’s world of low growth and gesture that involved Ontario low inflation. ratepayers giving a huge subsidy In Ottawa, a Liberal is to Korean tech giant Samsung. currently whatever The Ontario Liberals Justin Trudeau wakes clung to power in B.C. up and decides. part by promising a VIEWS In Ontario, Premier provincial pension Tom Fletcher Kathleen Wynne scheme on the same Black Press saved her gut-shot scale as the Canada Liberal government Pension Plan. by limping to the left B.C. has a similar of the NDP, promising pension program to spend lots more in the works, to borrowed money and be offered to the build lots of transit. two thirds of small This is in a havebusiness and selfnot province with employed people who an operating deficit that is don’t have a group plan with currently running north of their employer. Ours would, of $12 billion. For comparison course, be voluntary. Not so in purposes, B.C.’s deficit swelled Ontario, where large and small briefly beyond $3 billion in businesses will be required to the wake of the recession of cough up half of the required 2009, and the books stayed pension payments. in the red until last year as The Ontario model is dumb the B.C. Liberals unwound on several levels. It is to be the harmonized sales tax and imposed just as the baby repaid a $1.6 billion HST transfer boom retirement wave breaks allowance to Ottawa. across Canada’s most populous You think B.C.’s energy province, increasing risk that policy is a disaster? Check the pension pool may run dry. out Ontario, where the cops And it sticks small business with

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a new payroll tax in a province that has lost much of its traditional manufacturing base and needs to innovate. Here’s the funny part, if you don’t live in Ontario. Wynne tabled her spending-spree, deficit-be-damned budget in an effort to convince the NDP to keep propping up the Liberal minority government and avoid an election. Instead, she won a majority and now has to implement her pie-in-the-sky promises. Ontario Progressive Conservative leader Tim Hudak ran on a plan that sounded similar to the one presented by Christy Clark in 2013: hold the line on spending, balance the budget, reduce the size of government, stimulate job creation. Hudak was rejected for a second time, and resigned the leadership on election night. B.C. voters now have three years to see how the Ontario version of Liberal government plays out, compared to the B.C. Liberal version. If all goes well here, B.C. can continue to send transfer payments to the fantasyland of Ontario. u Tom Fletcher is legislature reporter and columnist for Black Press. tfletcher@blackpress.ca

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Thursday, June 19, 2014

Faith will see city through ‘hurt-filled mess’ matic ways to dig the City of Nanaimo out of this financial, reputation-destroying, hurt-filled mess. There is not a person on the planet (oh, except Christ) who hasn’t done a royal screwup at some time. Stay respectful. Be diligent. And, with some help from some loving Christian citizens you’ll ride a wave out of this. God bless you as you serve Him and His.

Gloria Leahy Nanaimo

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Re: Conference centre hosts delegates, Vision Nanaimo, May 27. How nice to read of the three upcoming conferences scheduled for our Vancouver Island Conference Centre this spring. Especially the 500 delegates coming for the Inclusion B.C. conference who will discuss justice, diversity, and inclusion for all. In addition, the United Church of Canada conference, a church

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Re: Give to charity, but do so wisely, Editorial, June 17. Charities are a big part of what makes a community great. I agree it pays to enquire exactly where your money is going and how much is being spent wisely and how much is being spend on administrative costs. The Nanaimo Foundation runs strictly on volunteers and probably 98 per cent of our funds go to local non-profits. People can go to our website and vote or rate the matters that are important

to the citizens of Nanaimo. This will help us decide where the gifts of legacies and endowment monies that have been left to us will be spent. All money remains in our community. Be sure to go to www.nanaimo foundation.com and rate our community. I think you will be surprised that many things in Nanaimo will be rated very highly. I also agree that it has been proven time and time again that Nanamoites are a generous bunch.

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Re: No movement in teacher talks, June 17. At one time in B.C., school teachers were not regulated by government legislation that they must be a member of the B.C. Teachers’ Federation. They had their choice of being a member. The taxpayers elected a NDP government that made it law that all teachers must join into membership with the BCTF. Today, we have continuous labour disruptions and confrontations on an ongoing basis. No one should blame past NDP provincial governments for these blunders. The blame centres on the majority of B.C. JATW 2014 taxpayers that voted for the NDP governments.

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public? We are the ones who take the brunt of the strike but have no say in any of it. What about the kids who have fundraised all year for a special field trip, or the Grade 12 student who will miss exams? I pay my taxes to receive a service, whether it be teaching my children, protecting my house from a fire or getting my road cleared of snow. When a publicsector union goes on strike, all taxpayers should get a partial refund of taxes paid for services not rendered. The unions claim to want a ‘fair deal.’ I say it’s time to find a better way, so that the taxpayer who foots the bill for everything gets a fair deal.

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Union strikes aren’t fair to taxpayers Re: No movement in teacher talks, June 17. When will the unions wake up? I am not against unions, but I am against public-sector unions. My problem with public-sector unions is all the people who are sideswiped by their strike action. If a grocery store goes on strike, what happens? The employer will lose business; the employees will lose wages and possibly jobs. Their customers can go to other grocery stores and life goes on. There is a real financial incentive for both parties to avoid a strike or to settle quickly. When a publicsector union goes on strike we have a completely different situation. The general public has no alternatives as the union has a monopoly. The so-called employer here (the government) actually saves money with a strike. The employees lose wages and may lose jobs, but that’s highly unlikely. The employees think that eventually public pressure will force the government to settle. There is no financial incentive for either party to end the strike. But what about the third party in these disputes, the general

which has a policy of acceptance and equality for all, regardless of sexual orientation. These are the kinds of events the citizens of Nanaimo can be proud to have our VICC used for, rather than an event that utilizes sponsors and speakers with a history of intolerance and divisiveness. Let’s book more of these types of groups into our facility.

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Nanaimo school district staff will be looking into formulating policy that could see the addition of a student trustee to the school board. Trustee Donna Allen, who proposed the motion at a board meeting last month, said student representation is something trustees have been discussing informally for some time. The student trustee would provide a line of communication between the student population and the board, getting students more involved in educational matters. “They would not be elected, they would not have a vote but there is ... involvement that they can have and I think it’s a timely piece that students have some more formal representation because we know overall that we haven’t engaged young people in taking an active role in politics or even getting out to vote,” Allen said, adding that the students might feel there is no way they can make changes. She said there does seem to be interest amongst students but it would require dedication, even though they wouldn’t be involved as much as a regular trustee. Allen said she has talked to peers from the Vancouver School Board about student trustees and even met with two of them, who impressed her. “I just thought it’s time that we quit just talking about it and see if we want to move forward and see what can happen,” she said. Allen said she expects Superintendent Dave Hutchinson and district staff will have some ideas for the board by September. reporter@nanaimobulletin.com

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Nanaimo Mountain Bike Club members need extra hands on picks and shovels to put a smooth finish on Fine China. The club is hosting a public trail build day Monday (June 23) and members hope to get as many volunteers out as possible to help finish the latest section of the trail. “We want to have the trail ready for summer,” said Bill McMillan, club spokesman, in an e-mail to the News Bulletin. “There are often fire closures in the summer, so we can’t count on building past June.” The club, which hosts trail build sessions once a month, has plenty of tools, but volunteers are asked to bring their own as well, especially if there’s a big turnout. “The trail consists of a series of bermed corners,” McMillan said. “We have had

a machine come out and rough in the course, and the trail build will be moving in finer material, shaping and compacting.” Fine China is located in the Doumont trails area in the hills above Brannen Lake where biking and hiking trails have been cut through the woods since the early 1980s. The Nanaimo Economic Development Corporation and Tourism Nanaimo provided a $5,000 construction grant through the Tourism Development Fund to help complete the new section. McMillan said there are thousands of mountain bikers in the mid-Island region and the sport is an economic driver. The first 900-metre section of Fine China opened in 2013. The second section is about 400 metres. Additional future sections will extend Fine China to a total length of about two kilometres. For more information, please visit www.nanaimomountainbikeclub.com.

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Grad Class of 2014

Congratulations to Nanaimo Christian School’s Class of 2014! Nanaimo Christian School will miss these beautiful young men and women who have, in many cases, grown up before our eyes, spending many years here. In our small school, we get to know each other, and this group of individuals will be remembered fondly for their all night LoTR marathons, and discussions of the relative merits of Star Trek vs Star Wars. Yet each brought to the group some significant skill, talent, interest which, added up, made for a joyful and capable group. They choose Colossians 2:6-7 as their grad verse: So then, just as you received Christ Jesus as Lord, continue to live your lives in Him, rooted and built up in Him, strengthened in the faith as you were taught, and overflowing with thankfulness. Here, and in all, they reflect the truism of today’s Christian youth: we are free to be ourselves, whether silly or serious- but always living in thankfulness to the Lord… As you look around the page, you see future graphic artists, youth workers, teachers, wildlife biologists, engineers, and etc. We have taken this group of awesome young people as far as we can, and they are at the threshold of stepping out into God’s good plans for their lives. We Bless you, and we’ll miss you, Class of 2014.

Annika Goodman

Caitlyn Hais

Chante King

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Christian McKnight

Courtney Fehr

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Jake Goodman

Joseph Foglietta

Joshua Ritter

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Kristian Jessen

Luke Campbell

Marita De Schiffart

Matthew Lineker

Megan Humphrey

Natasha Kroeker

Nicolas Klaassen

Rheanna Enders

Taylor Rose

Mary-Frances Pirie

Best Wishes to the Graduates of 2014

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PAUL JAN VANDER VOET November 22, 1953 – June 12, 2014

Paul passed away early Thursday morning at Nanaimo Hospital of esophageal cancer. He was born in Edmonton, the youngest son of Anne Elizabeth Marinus Vander Voet and Laurens Vander Voet. In 1950 Paul’s parents immigrated from Holland to Canada’s west with their two older sons, Laurens (Larry) and Anthony (Tony). Paul was always their little brother and they will miss him. Paul was a good student and graduated from the University of Alberta (Edmonton) with a degree in Civil Engineering. He gravitated to the West Coast and Nanaimo, as a young man, when he found his first job with G.W. Carlson Construction Ltd. He remained there during his entire career, serving the marine salvage company in a number of capacities. He was still employed there as Project Coordinator of the GWC Group, when his illness was diagnosed. Many thanks to Mr. and Mrs. Carlson and other colleagues, who supported Paul during his illness. An avid windsurfer in his younger days, Departure Bay was one of his favourite venues. He visited the Bay last fall to show family members this cherished spot. He enjoyed darts with friends at the local pub, cycling and photography. Several family members visited with him in the weeks before his death. The family is enormously grateful for the gracious care which Arla Vander Voet, a wonderful friend and sister106775 in-law, provided for him in the final months of his life. He will be remembered fondly by his brothers Larry and Tony, by sister-in-laws Lynn Patching, Arla Vander Voet and Susan McCrae; nieces Dana West, Tiffany Strachan and Andrea Vander Voet and Lauren Vander Voet; by nephews Larry Patching, Kyle Patching, David Vander Voet and Landon Vander Voet. The family wishes to thank Dr. Kulla, Drs. Reiger, King and Spry, home care nurses, Barb and Terry, home care staff and the Canadian Red Cross for their care and support during his Paul’s illness. As he wished, Paul will be cremated and there will be no services. Friends and family are invited to make a donation to their local cancer society or the Canadian Red Cross in Paul’s memory.

Heather Mary Stewart (Hall) 05/26/48 ~ 06/13/2014

Leonard William John Daynes September 18 1940 ~ June 9 2014

Heather lost her painful struggle with cancer Friday June 13th at the Palliative Care Centre of NRGH with her close family with her to the end.  Heather is survived by her  husband of 45 yrs, David, daughter Andrea (Craig) McCaw, special son Robert Boucier, and sister Sharon (Ron) Miller. She is predeceased by her parents Jim and June Hall, and her niece Rebecca Randall. She will be remembered with love by grandchildren, Caylee, Caleb, Jessica and Josh, niece Felicia, Christian, Brady, and Tianna. A large extended family and many friends across North America will miss her warm smile and friendly personality.  Born in Port Alberni, Heather got her footing on the west coast of Vancouver Island where families were supported by the booming forest industry of the day. Heather attended RCAF schools in Comox, BC, and Gypsonville. MB, and graduated from G.P. Vanier in Courtenay. She moved with her family to Nanaimo in 1968, before moving on to Vancouver to work for a small automobile company (Nissan). She returned to Nanaimo to be married in 1969, and construct a loving family and new home in East Wellington District. Heather worked at “Thoms Fashions� in the 70’s and 80’s, was the voice of the “Shell Products� distribution agency through the turn of the century, and operated “Lotto Heather� within the Save-On, Woodgrove store, before retiring in 2008 to assist with the increased needs of her extended family. Heather was a loving wife, proud mother, loyal friend, trusted consultant, dependable advisor, and community supporter and will be remembered and missed by all those who knew her. A true Canadian, Heather loved to travel this great country, from Dawson City, YK, to the East Coast, but she always was happy to be back home here on “her Island�. Heather has requested no service. Donations, in lieu of flowers, may be made to   the Nanaimo Child Development Centre, or other charity of choice. We want to thank Heather’s entire Care Team at NRGH, and Victoria’s Vancouver Island Cancer Center for their exceptional care and dedication. Heather was grateful for all the personal support she received over this short journey. May she always be remembered

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It’s with heavy hearts that we announce the sudden passing of Len Daynes. A beloved   husband, father, grandfather and friend. Len was a long-time Waterfront employee with Local 508 ILWU and was a volunteer fireman with The Wellington Fire Department for 23 years. Len was the driving force behind their local neighborhoods park, where he spent countless hours creating and maintaining it, for everyone’s enjoyment. Len will be deeply missed by his wife of 51 years Wendy and their children Wayne (Kelly), Lisa (Mark); Grandchildren Cara, Chantel, Jacob, Sheldon, Jared and Kyle. He will also be missed by his niece Lianna and sister Jackie (Bill) and their family and all the friends, young and old he touched along the way. “Hold your friends close to your heart, you never know, they may be gone tomorrow� No service by request. Open house on June 22, 2014 from 1 - 4 pm at 5982 Cathedral Crescent. In lieu of flowers donations can be made to The Canadian Fallen Firefighters Foundation at WWW.CFFF.CA

CLAY TREE SOCIETY FOR PEOPLE WITH DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES hereby announce our Annual General Meeting Thursday, June 26, 2014 Location: Cavallotti Lodge, 2060 East Wellington Road, Nanaimo. Meet and Greet 5:30pm to 7pm. âœąAnnual General Meeting 7pm. DID YOU KNOW? BBB Accredited Businesses must pass a comprehensive screening process. Look for the 2014 BBB Accredited Business Directory E-edition on your Black Press Community Newspaper website at www.blackpress.ca. You can also go to http://vi.bbb.org/directory/ and click on the 2014 BBB Accredited Business Directory

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“Jack of all trades, master of many skills” Jan. 19, 1923 ~ June 10, 2014 With deep sadness we share the news of the sudden passing of Gunner in Nanaimo. Predeceased by his mother, Mah Sze, and father, Wong Kee, and siblings, Henry, Chuck, John, Lila, Mamie, and grandson Justin. He is survived by his wife, Alice of 62 years, six children: Shirley (Wah-Free), Janice, Rick (Jane), Gerry, Ron (Heather), Carolyn (Des); fourteen grandchildren: Courtney (Mike), Melanie, Candice, Ashley, Brandon, Josh, Cameron, Sabrina, Veronica, Alexandra, Sienna, Amanda, Brennan, and Sarah; two great grandchildren: Roen, and Aja, and many nieces and nephews and many good friends. Also survived by his sisters: Ella Jay and Nellie Bernard. Gunner was born, raised and lived in Nanaimo his whole life. He was an entrepreneur, restaurateur, chef, handy-man and builder. Gunner is most well-known to the Nanaimo community as chef and co-owner of The Diner’s Rendezvous Restaurant (1956-2000), which was one of Nanaimo’s first full service restaurants in downtown Nanaimo. Gunner managed the restaurant until its closing and his retirement. Previously he co-owned the Canton Restaurant in Nanaimo’s Chinatown and the Modern Café. With his expertise in construction, Gunner also helped build Mrs Riches Restaurant. A Celebration of Life will be held at 1:00 pm on Saturday, June 21st at the Vancouver Island Convention Centre, Mt. Benson Room, 101 Gordon Street, Nanaimo, BC. Flowers gratefully declined. Donations to the Nanaimo & District Hospital Foundation would be appreciated. The family would like to thank Dr. McNie, Dr. Babuin, and the paramedics and the fire Fighters for their professional service. Gunner Wong will be sadly missed by his family and friends.

The wedding will be held July 2014 in Calgary where the couple now reside.

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It is with the greatest sadness that we announce the passing of Alan William Nohr on May 30, 2014 in Nanaimo BC. Alan was born on May 1, 1947 in Vancouver and moved to Nanaimo in 1950. He will be forever remembered and cherished by Francesca, his wife of 43 years, son Danny (Sarah), daughter Shari (Flavio), grandchildren Jacob, Nicholas and Jessica. Predeceased by his father Alick in 2002 he is survived by his mother Doreen, brothers Gary, Ray, Terry, sister Gail and many nieces and nephews. Alan retired in 2002 after 32 years with BC Tel. Gardening, golf and travel filled his retirement years. Alan loved life and always found the positive side of every day. He looked for the good in people and held his family and friends close to his heart. His best times were spent with those he loved, especially his grandchildren. Gramps saw the “magic” in those little people and their bond was strong. Throughout his battle with cancer he didn’t complain -- always brave to the end. And when the end came, he was surrounded by and in the arms of his family and friends. Every day was better while he was with us and every day will be less without him. He is dearly missed and will remain forever in our hearts. “Some People come into our lives and quickly go. Some people move our souls to dance. They awaken us to understanding with the passing whisper of their wisdom. Some people make the sky more beautiful to gaze upon. They stay in our lives for a while, leave footprints on our hearts, and we are never, ever the same again.” There will be a celebration of life at the Nanaimo Golf Club on Sunday, June 22rd , 11:00am to 1:30pm. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to BC Cancer Foundation or Heart and Stroke Foundation.

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ESTATE MON JUNE 16 $25. OPEN CallREAL (250)758-2786. France 250-710-2889 COLLEGE HEIGHTS, NEW HOMESENSE rodNanaiiron Robin 250-246-9907 mo.orBeautiful ocean/city bench, $50 obo. views. Call FOR SALE BY OWNER www.katiefarm.com 4bdrms w/2bdrm suite. Owner (250)714-0712. will carry mortgage/reasonable 3 BDRM Rancher winter w/priv tires yrd, PAIR 185x65R15 down Also LADYwalk topayment. Parksville & FUEL/FIREWOOD on rims, fidwntwn ts Neon. $99. suite, Call SMITH 3bdrm w/1bdrm ocean, completely updated (250)729-7146. dble garage +1000 sq.ft. storhome, quiet cul-de-sac. COASTAL MOUNTAIN FIREage area. $25,000 down, 4% SCEPTER ORGANIC garden $298,000. Call anytime for WOODCall int rate. 250-753-0160 composter, as 250-468-9660. new, $33. pics or tour: 1-780-470-0368. 1-866-768-8886 (Nanoose). (250)758-9447. NANAIMO: 1450SQ.FT, 2 bdrm, 2LENS, bath 28 rancher on 1/2 ZOOM to 80mm for MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE acre. Dbl garage, mature Pentax K, new, $99. Call 250trees, greenhouse, RV prkg. 245-3307. HOT TUB (SPA) COVERS. $359,000. (250)753-5826. See Nanaimo Thu, price. June News 19, 2014 Bulletin Best Best quality. anytime, 155 Ranchview Dr. All FRUIT VEGETABLES shapes & & colours available. MERCHANDISE REAL ESTATE FOR SALE 1-866-652-6837 LOTS www.thecoverguy.com/ U-PICK newspaper? LEVEL Building Lot, Nanai2144 STRAWBERRIES COLLEGE HEIGHTS, REAL FRIENDLY ESTATE FRANK SERVICES Lark Crescent, 250-714-8631 mo. Beautiful ocean/city views. Katie Farm REAL ESTATE or jbrugge@shaw.ca $162,000 4bdrms w/2bdrm suite. Owner beside Russells Farm Market House Plant$10. 6’x15’Polyplus GST Westholme will carry mortgage/reasonable propylene patio/camp rug, down payment. Also $35. 250-756-2406. Daily 10 -ACRE 9 pm LADYVACANT 1/2am lot: FOR SALE BY OWNER SMITH 3bdrm w/1bdrm suite, Ocean view OPEN MONNanoose JUNEexcellent 16 Bay, MAYTAG dble commercial garageDRYER+1000 sq.ft. storlight area, $10,000 France 250-710-2889 condition, $74. Camping 3 Rancher w/priv yrd, ageBDRM area. $25,000 down, tent, 4% D/P with 5% int. Owner will or Robin 250-246-9907 $25. Call (250)758-2786. walk to250-753-0160 dwntwn Parksville & int rate. carry balance. 250-753-0160 www.katiefarm.com ocean, completely rod updated NEW HOMESENSE iron NANAIMO: 2 home, quiet1450SQ.FT, cul-de-sac. bench, $50 obo. bdrm, 2 bath on Call 1/2 $298,000. Callrancher anytime for MOBILE HOMES & PARKS (250)714-0712. FUEL/FIREWOOD acre. Dbl garage, mature Thu, 19, 2014 pics or June tour: 1-780-470-0368. trees, greenhouse, winter RV prkg. PAIR 185x65R15 tires LADYSMITH: 14 x 70, 3 FIREbdrm $359,000. (250)753-5826. See COASTAL MOUNTAIN on rims, fi ts Neon. $99. Call mobile home in Timberland REAL ESTATE anytime, 155 Ranchview Dr. WOODCall 250-468-9660. (250)729-7146. Park. Asking $25,000 as 1-866-768-8886 (Nanoose). is. See management #43. SCEPTER ORGANICat garden Phone 250-245-3647. LOTS composter, as SERVICES new, $33. REAL ESTATE MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE (250)758-9447. LEVEL Building Lot, 2144 ZOOM LENS,(SPA) 28250-714-8631 to 80mm for Lark Crescent, HOT TUB COVERS. Pentax K, new, $99.quality. Call 250or $162,000 Bestjbrugge@shaw.ca price. Best All RENTALS 245-3307. plus GST & colours available. shapes COLLEGE HEIGHTS, Nanai1-866-652-6837 VACANT ACRE views. lot: mo. Beautiful1/2ocean/city www.thecoverguy.com/ DUPLEXES/4PLEXES FRUIT & VEGETABLES Ocean view Nanoose Bay, 4bdrms w/2bdrm suite. Owner newspaper? light commercial area, $10,000 will carry mortgage/reasonable Ladysmith: Spacious 2 LADYbdrm D/P with 5% int. Also Owner will U-PICK down payment. suite. 900 sq.ft. Hardwoodsuite, flr,2 carry balance. 250-753-0160 REAL ESTATE SMITH 3bdrm w/1bdrm STRAWBERRIES gas fp, own laundry & carport. dble garage +1000 sq.ft. storKatie Farmto In area, close schools agequiet area. $25,000 down, 4% MOBILE HOMES & PARKS Russells Farm Market & town. Cat ok, N/S, 2 refs, intbeside rate. 250-753-0160 FOR SALE BY OWNER July 1st, $700 + utils. 604-812Westholme NANAIMO: 1450SQ.FT, 2 LADYSMITH: 4606 orDaily 250-335-2189. 1014 amx- 70, 9w/priv pm3 bdrm 3 BDRM Rancher bdrm, 2 home bath rancher on yrd, 1/2 mobile inJUNE Timberland OPEN MON 16 walk to dwntwn Parksville & LARGE VERY clean, 3-bdrm acre. Dbl garage, mature Park.France Asking $25,000 as is. 250-710-2889 ocean, completely SxS 4 appls, large trees, greenhouse, RV prkg. See duplex, management atupdated #43. or VIU Robin 250-246-9907 home, quiet yard, area, nearcul-de-sac. bus stop $359,000. (250)753-5826. See Phone 250-245-3647. $298,000. Call anytime for www.katiefarm.com & school. now. Dr.Ref’s anytime, 155 Avail Ranchview pics or tour: 1-780-470-0368. $950 + hydro. 1(604)318-9322 RENTALS FUEL/FIREWOOD LOTS MISCELLANEOUS FOR RENT APARTMENT/CONDO COASTALBuilding MOUNTAIN LEVEL Lot, FIRE2144

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MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALElot: Manager 250-618-4510 VACANT 1/2 ACRE Ocean view Nanoose Bay, UNDER NEW HOT TUB (SPA) light commercial area,COVERS. $10,000 COLLEGE HEIGHTS, NanaiMANAGEMENT Best price. quality. All D/P with 5%Best int. Owner will mo. Beautiful ocean/city views. shapes & colours available. carry balance. 250-753-0160 4bdrms w/2bdrm suite. Owner $600 & UP 1-866-652-6837 will carry mortgage/reasonable www.thecoverguy.com/ down payment. Also LADYLarge 2 BR. Suites MOBILE HOMES & PARKS newspaper? SMITH 3bdrmProperties w/1bdrm suite, Rental www.katiefarm.com dble garage +1000 sq.ft. storLADYSMITH: 14 x 70, Close to Hospital and3 bdrm bus, age area. $25,000 down, 4% RENTALS Available REAL ESTATE REAL ESTATE mobile home in Timberland elevator, wheelchair acint rate. 250-753-0160 FUEL/FIREWOOD Park. Asking $25,000 as is. All sizes. All prices cessible. Special incentives See management #43. NANAIMO: 1450SQ.FT, 2 for seniors. Free at Storage APARTMENT/CONDO Visit our website COASTAL MOUNTAIN FOR SALE BY OWNERFIRE- Phone FOR SALE BY OWNER 250-245-3647. bdrm, 2 bath rancher on 1/2 (depends on availability) WOOD- Call 250-468-9660. acre. Dbl garage, mature www.islandrent.com 1-866-768-8886 (Nanoose). 3 BDRM Rancher w/priv yrd, 3 CALL BDRM Rancher yrd, trees, greenhouse, RV prkg. TODAY ANDw/priv START 1681 BOUNDARY AVE walk to dwntwn Parksville & walk dwntwn Parksville & ortocall 753-8200 $359,000. (250)753-5826. See PACKING! RENTALS updated ocean, ocean, completely completely updated anytime, 155 Ranchview Dr. MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE Manager 250-618-4510 #100-319 Selby Street home, quiet cul-de-sac. home, quiet cul-de-sac. BrownUNDER Bros $298,000. Call anytime for $298,000. CallAgencies anytimeLtd.for HOT TUB (SPA) COVERS. LOTSNEW pics orAPARTMENT/CONDO tour: 1-780-470-0368. pics or HOMES tour: 1-780-470-0368. MANAGEMENT RENT Best price. Best quality. All DOWNTOWN FOR NANAIMO1 shapes & colours available. bdrm LEVEL furnished, Building city/ocean 2144 $600 &BAY/BROOKS UPLot, 1681 BOUNDARY AVE DEPARTURE 1-866-652-6837 view, Lark quiet Crescent, bldg. 250-714-8631 NS/NP. Refs. LANDING: Bdrm, 2 Bath, www.thecoverguy.com/ (250)753-1930. or jbrugge@shaw.ca $162,000 Large32 BR. Suites Manager 250-618-4510 home/unit. newspaper? plus GST 1371 sq. ft. SunDOWNTOWN NANAIMO: deck, carport, extra parking, UNDER NEW Beautifully appointed B/R. VACANT 1/2 Avail ACRE lot: share 1 Close laundry. to Hospital and2July bus, REAL ESTATE MANAGEMENT Like new.view N/P $850. Bay, Call Ocean Nanoose $1150/m +N/S, 40% off heat/hydro. elevator, wheelchair ac(250)754-2207. light commercial area, $10,000 N/S, N/P 758-6744 cessible. Special incentives $600 & UP D/P 5% int. Owner will for with seniors. FreeNANAIMO: Storage DOWNTOWN FOR SALE BY OWNER carry balance. 250-753-0160 LADYSMITH: 3 apt bdrm, 2 Nanaistorey (depends onHEIGHTS, availability) Large 1bdrm, avail. N/P. COLLEGE COLLEGE Large HEIGHTS, 2 BR. Suites Nanaihome, D/W, ocean/city small views. yard, Ref’s. (250)729-1997. mo. Beautiful ocean/city mo. Beautiful 3 BDRM Rancher w/privviews. yrd, NS/NP, $950/mo. July CALL TODAY AND START MOBILE HOMES & Avail PARKS 4bdrms w/2bdrm suite. Owner 4bdrms w/2bdrm suite. Owner Meicor Properties walk to dwntwn Parksville & 1st. Call 1-250-248-4816. Close Hospital and bus, will carrytocompletely mortgage/reasonable will carry PACKING! mortgage/reasonable Chemainus: Lockwood Villa. ocean, updated elevator, wheelchair acdown payment. Also LADYdown payment. LADYSMITH: 14 1xAlso 70, 3 LADYbdrm Well bldg, bdrm $625 OLD kept CITY QUARTER: Two home, quiet cul-de-sac. cessible.3bdrm Special incentives SMITH w/1bdrm suite, SMITH 3bdrm w/1bdrm suite, mobile home inbarber Timberland incl heat & hotAgencies water, available B/R including shop; Brown Bros Ltd. $298,000. CallFree anytime for for garage seniors. Storage dble +1000 sq.ft. stordble garage +1000 sq.ft. Park.250-753-0160 Asking1 $25,000 asstoris. now. N/S, small pet welN/P. pics or tour: 1-780-470-0368. (depends availability) age area. on $25,000 down, 4% age area. $25,000 down, 4% See management at #43. DOWNTOWN NANAIMO1 come. 250-246-1033. int rate. 250-753-0160 int rate. 250-753-0160 Phone 250-245-3647. bdrm furnished, city/ocean www.meicorproperties.com CALL TODAY AND START ROOMS FOR RENT view, quiet bldg. NS/NP. Refs. NANAIMO:PACKING! 1450SQ.FT, 2 NANAIMO: 1450SQ.FT, 2 Meicor Properties (250)753-1930. bdrm, 2 bath rancher on 1/2 bdrm, 2 bath rancher$700/mo. on 1/2 Ladysmith: 1 bdrm SINGLE & DBLE units;mature some acre. Dbl garage, mature acre. Dbl garage, DOWNTOWN NANAIMO: 2 bdrm grnd flrPets $800/mo Inw/kitchenettes. ok. prkg. New Brown Bros Agencies trees, greenhouse, RV Ltd. prkg. trees, greenhouse, RV Beautifully appointed B/R. cludes heat & starting hot water, small monthly rates at2 $650$359,000. (250)753-5826. See $359,000. (250)753-5826. See Like new. N/S, N/P $850. Call pets OK. Available July 1st. $850; wkly starting at Dr. $420. DOWNTOWN NANAIMOanytime, 155 Ranchview Dr. 1 anytime, 155 Ranchview (250)754-2207. 250-924-6966. Call 250-754-2328. bdrm furnished, city/ocean www.meicorproperties.com view, quiet bldg. NS/NP. Refs. DOWNTOWN NANAIMO: LOTS LOTS (250)753-1930. Large 1bdrm, apt avail. NANAIMO: QUIET, clean N/P. and COLLEGE HEIGHTS, NanaiSHARED ACCOMMODATION Ref’s. (250)729-1997. comfortable 1 bdrm for July mo. Beautiful ocean/city views. DOWNTOWN NANAIMO: LEVEL w/2bdrm Buildingsuite. Lot, Owner 2144 LEVEL Building Lot, 2144 1st. Central intercom, 4bdrms Beautifully appointed 2 B/R. Meicor Properties CEDAR: N.S.location, person to share Lark Crescent, 250-714-8631 Lark Crescent, elevator. Free WiFi hot250-714-8631 water. N/S, will carry Likejbrugge@shaw.ca new. mortgage/reasonable N/S, N/P $850. Call Chemainus: Lockwood 3 B/R home. & cableVilla. inor $162,000 or jbrugge@shaw.ca $162,000 N/P. Refs. $650/mo. Call Mark down payment. Also LADY(250)754-2207. Well GST kept bldg,(250)722-3000 1 bdrm $625 cluded $425/M plus GST3bdrm w/1bdrm suite, plus or Don at 250-753-8633. SMITH incl heat & hot water, available DOWNTOWN NANAIMO: dble garage 1/2 +1000ACRE sq.ft. storVACANT VACANT 1/2small ACRE lot: lot: now. N/S, 1 pet welLargearea. 1bdrm, apt down, avail. N/P. SUITES, age $25,000 4% Ocean view Nanoose Bay, Ocean view LOWER Nanoose Bay, come. 250-246-1033. COMMERCIAL/INDUSTRIAL Ref’s. (250)729-1997. int 250-753-0160 lightrate. commercial area, $10,000 light commercial area, $10,000 www.meicorproperties.com CHANNEL VIEW : 1B/R Meicor D/P with 5%Properties int. Owner will D/P with 5% int. Ownernewly will NANAIMO: 1450SQ.FT, 2 COMMERCIAL SPACE avail. Meicor renovated, inclProperties F/S, utils, lndry. Chemainus: Lockwood carry balance. carry balance. 250-753-0160 bdrm, 2 bath 250-753-0160 rancher onVilla. 1/2 at Timberlands Mobile Home Ladysmith: 1 bdrm $700/mo. N/S, N/P, N/Drugs. Ref req. Well kept bldg, 1 bdrm $625 acre. Dbl garage, mature Park, Hallberg 2 bdrm 3581 grnd flrreitired/working $800/mo Rd. In$690. Suits incl heatgreenhouse, & hot water,RV available trees, prkg. Suitable for restaurant or small small cludes heat & hot water, HOMES & PARKS MOBILE HOMES PARKS person. Avail now.& (250)753now.MOBILE N/S, (250)753-5826. 1 small pet wel$359,000. See grocery. Call 250-245-3647. pets OK. Available July 1st. 8081 come. 250-246-1033. anytime, 155 Ranchview Dr. 250-924-6966. LADYSMITH: 14 x 70, 3 bdrm LADYSMITH: 14 xMall70, 3(Alberbdrm COOMBS AUTO www.meicorproperties.com www.meicorproperties.com LARGE 1-BDRM Furnished. mobile home in Timberland mobile in ft,Timberland nie Hwy)home 1025sq commerProperties $800. inclds utils, cable, Park. Meicor AskingLOTS $25,000 as is. Park. Asking $25,000 as is. cial/retail. $825+ utils & gst. NANAIMO: QUIET, cleaninterand Ladysmith: 1 bdrm $700/mo. net. Like new.250-248-1072 See management at #43. See management Call Bob, or comfortable 1(250)751-5114. bdrm at for #43. July 2 bdrm grnd fl r $800/mo InPhone 250-245-3647. Phone 250-245-3647. 250-752-3090. LEVEL Building Lot, 2144 1st. Central location, intercom, cludes heat & hot water, small LARGE 1 BDRM SUITE FOR Lark Crescent, 250-714-8631 elevator.Long Free Lake hot water. petsjbrugge@shaw.ca OK. Available July 1st. RENT area: N/S, new or $162,000 N/P. Refs. Call doors, Mark 250-924-6966. kitchen, gas$650/mo. FP, French plus GST or Don at 250-753-8633. www.meicorproperties.com private entry, storage room, no VACANT 1/2 ACRE lot: stairs, parking for 1 vehicle. NANAIMO: clean Bay, and Ocean viewQUIET, Nanoose Utilities incl. Shared laundry. COMMERCIAL/INDUSTRIAL comfortable 1 bdrm for July A UCTION, B EDROOM SUITE, C OUCH, D ELI,Avail: light commercial area, $10,000 NS/NP/DD $900/mo. 1st. Central location, intercom, D/P with E5% int. Owner will July 1st. 250-756-6544 COMMERCIAL SPACE avail. STHETICS, F UEL, G ARAGE SALE, elevator. Free hot water. N/S, carry balance. 250-753-0160 at Timberlands Mobile Home N/P. Refs. $650/mo. Call Mark 1-BDRM suite, Long H OUSE I NVESTMENTS, LARGE J UNGLE GYM, K ILN, Park, 3581 Hallberg Rd. or Don at 250-753-8633. Lake area. New kitchen, gas Suitable for restaurant or small MOBILE HOMES & PARKS F/P, french doors, private L IVING ROOM SUITE, M OVING COMPANY, grocery. Call 250-245-3647. entry. Storage room, no stairs, COMMERCIAL/INDUSTRIAL N AIL CARE, HOUSE, P OULTRY, Q UILT, LADYSMITH: 14 x O 70,PEN 3 bdrm COOMBS Mall(Alberparking forAUTO 1 vehicle. Utils mobile home in Timberland nie Hwy) 1025sqlaundry. ft, commerincld., shared N/S, COMMERCIAL SPACE avail. R OLLING PIN, S AIL BOAT, T ELEVISION, Park. Asking $25,000 as is. cial/retail. $825+ utils & gst. N/P. DD. $900./mo. Avail July at Mobile SeeTimberlands management at Home #43. Call Bob, 250-248-1072 or 1st. Call (250)756-6544. U MBRELLA, V ENETIAN BLINDS, Park, 3581 Hallberg Rd. Phone 250-245-3647. 250-752-3090. Suitable for restaurant or small W INDOW WASHER, X YLOPHONE, grocery. Call 250-245-3647. SUITES, UPPER

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Suites DOWNTOWN NANAIMO: comfortable bdrm for July Large 1bdrm, apt avail. N/P. 1st. Central location, intercom, REAL DUPLEXES/4PLEXES ESTATE SERVICES Ref’s. elevator. hot water. N/S, Close(250)729-1997. toFree Hospital and bus, N/P. Refs. $650/mo. Call Mark Ladysmith: Spacious 2 bdrm elevator, wheelchair acMeicor Properties or Don900 at 250-753-8633. suite. sq.ft. Hardwood flr,2 cessible. Special incentives Chemainus: Lockwood Villa. gas ownbldg, laundry &Storage carport. for fp, seniors. Free Well kept 1 bdrm $625 In quiet area, close to schools (depends on availability) inclCOMMERCIAL/INDUSTRIAL heat & hot water, available & town. N/S,pet2 refs, now. N/S,Cat1 ok, small welJuly 1st, $700 + AND utils. START 604-812CALL TODAY come. 250-246-1033. COMMERCIAL SPACE avail. 4606 or 250-335-2189. PACKING! at www.meicorproperties.com Timberlands Mobile Home Park, 3581 Hallberg Rd. Meicor Properties LARGE VERY clean, 3-bdrm RENTALS Suitable for restaurant or Ltd. small Ladysmith: 1 $700/mo. Brown Bros Agencies SxS duplex, 4bdrm appls, large grocery. Call 250-245-3647. 2 bdrm grnd flrnear $800/mo Inyard, VIU area, bus stop DOWNTOWN NANAIMO1 cludes heatAUTO & hot water, small & school. Avail now. (AlberRef’s COOMBS MallAPARTMENT/CONDO bdrm furnished, city/ocean pets Hwy) Available 1st. 1(604)318-9322 $950 +OK. hydro. nie 1025sq ft, July commerRENTALS view, quiet bldg. NS/NP. Refs. 250-924-6966. cial/retail. $825+ utils & gst. (250)753-1930. www.meicorproperties.com Call Bob, 250-248-1072 1681 BOUNDARY AVEor MISCELLANEOUS FOR RENT 250-752-3090. DOWNTOWN NANAIMO: QUIET, NANAIMO: clean and DUPLEXES/4PLEXES Managerappointed 250-618-4510 Beautifully 2 B/R. comfortable 1 bdrm for July Like new. N/S, N/P $850. Call 1st. Central location, intercom, Ladysmith: Spacious 2 bdrm UNDER NEW (250)754-2207. elevator. Free water. N/S, suite. 900 sq.ft.hot Hardwood flr,2 MANAGEMENT RENTALS N/P. fp, Refs. Call Mark gas own$650/mo. laundryNANAIMO: & carport. DOWNTOWN or Don at 250-753-8633. In quiet1bdrm, area, to schools Large aptUPavail. N/P. $600close & & town. Cat ok, N/S, 2 refs, Ref’s. (250)729-1997. SUITES, JulyCOMMERCIAL/INDUSTRIAL 1st, $700 +UPPER utils. 604-812Large 2 BR. Suites Properties 4606 orMeicor 250-335-2189. Chemainus: Lockwood Villa. CLOSE TO town: Ocean view, COMMERCIAL SPACE avail. Well kept bldg, 1 bdrm $625 Close to Hospital and3-bdrm bus, LARGE VERY clean, 1 bdrm, 2 balconies. $695. at Timberlands Mobile Home incl heat & hot available elevator, wheelchair acSxS duplex, 4water, appls, large Incld’s cable. Avail. June 1st. Park, 3581 Hallberg Rd. now. N/S, 1 small pet welcessible. Special yard, VIU area, nearincentives bus stop (250)618-6800, (250)753-4642 Suitable for restaurant or small Rental Properties come. 250-246-1033. for seniors. Free Storage & school. Avail now. Ref’s grocery. Call www.meicorproperties.com (depends on250-245-3647. availability) $950 + hydro. 1(604)318-9322 Available TRANSPORTATION COOMBS AUTO Mall- (AlberMeicor Properties All sizes. All CALL TODAY AND START nie Hwy) 1025sq ft,prices commerLadysmith: 1 bdrm $700/mo. MISCELLANEOUS FOR RENT PACKING! cial/retail. $825+ utils & gst. 2 bdrm grnd flrwebsite $800/mo InVisit our AUTO ACCESSORIES/ Call or cludesBob, heat PARTS &250-248-1072 hot water, small www.islandrent.com 250-752-3090. pets OK.Bros Available JulyLtd. 1st. Brown Agencies 250-924-6966. or callRENTALS 753-8200 www.meicorproperties.com DOWNTOWN NANAIMO- 1 #100-319 Selby Street bdrm furnished, city/ocean NANAIMO: QUIET, clean and view, quiet bldg. NS/NP. comfortable 1 bdrm for Refs. July APARTMENT/CONDO (250)753-1930. 1st. Central location, intercom, HOMES FOR RENT elevator. Free hot water. N/S, DOWNTOWN NANAIMO: N/P. Refs. $650/mo. Call Mark Beautifully appointed 2AVE B/R. 1681 BOUNDARY DEPARTURE BAY/BROOKS or Don at 250-753-8633. Like new. N/S, N/P $850. Call LANDING: 3 Bdrm, 2 Bath, (250)754-2207. Manager1371 250-618-4510 home/unit. sq. ft. SunRental Properties deck, carport, extra parking, COMMERCIAL/INDUSTRIAL DOWNTOWN NANAIMO: UNDER Avail NEW share laundry. JulyN/P. 1 Large 1bdrm, apt avail. Available MANAGEMENT $1150/m + 40% off heat/hydro. Ref’s. (250)729-1997. COMMERCIAL SPACE avail. N/S, N/P 758-6744 All sizes. All prices at Timberlands Home $600Properties &Mobile UP Meicor Park, 3581 Hallberg Villa. Rd. AUTO FINANCING Visit our website Chemainus: Lockwood LADYSMITH: 3 bdrm, 2 storey Suitable for restaurant or Large 2 BR. Suites Well keptD/W, bldg, 1small bdrm small $625 home, yard, www.islandrent.com grocery. 250-245-3647. incl heatCall &$950/mo. hot water,Avail available NS/NP, July now. N/S, 1753-8200 small pet(AlberwelCOOMBS AUTO Mallor call 1st. Call 1-250-248-4816. Close to Hospital and bus, come. 250-246-1033. nie Hwy) 1025sq ft, commerelevator, wheelchair ac#100-319 Selbyutils Street www.meicorproperties.com OLD CITY$825+ QUARTER: cial/retail. & Two gst. cessible. Special incentives B/R including barberStorage shop; Call Bob, or for seniors. Free Meicor250-248-1072 Properties N/P. 250-753-0160 250-752-3090. (depends on1 availability) Ladysmith: bdrm $700/mo. HOMES FOR RENT 2 bdrm grnd flr $800/mo InCALL TODAY AND START cludes heat & FOR hot water, small ROOMS RENT DEPARTURE BAY/BROOKS pets OK. PACKING! Available 1st. LANDING: 3 Bdrm, July 2 Bath, 250-924-6966. home/unit. ft. some SunSINGLE & 1371 DBLE sq. units; www.meicorproperties.com deck, carport, extra ok. parking, w/kitchenettes. Pets New Brown Bros Agencies Ltd. share laundry. Availclean 1 monthly ratesQUIET, starting atJuly $650NANAIMO: and $1150/m + 40% off heat/hydro. $850; wkly starting atfor $420. DOWNTOWN NANAIMO1 comfortable 1 bdrm July N/S, N/Pfurnished, 758-6744 Call bdrm250-754-2328. 1st. Central location, city/ocean intercom, view, quiet bldg. elevator. Free hotNS/NP. water. Refs. N/S, LADYSMITH: 3 bdrm,Call 2 storey (250)753-1930. N/P. Refs. $650/mo. Mark SHARED ACCOMMODATION home, D/W, small yard, or Don at 250-753-8633. DOWNTOWN NS/NP, $950/mo. NANAIMO: Avail July Beautifully appointed B/R. CEDAR: N.S. person to2 share 1st. Call 1-250-248-4816. Like new. N/S,WiFi N/P&$850. 3 B/R home. cableCall inCOMMERCIAL/INDUSTRIAL (250)754-2207. cluded $425/MQUARTER: (250)722-3000 OLD CITY Two CARS B/R including barber shop; COMMERCIAL SPACE avail. DOWNTOWN NANAIMO: N/P. 250-753-0160 at Timberlands Mobile Large 1bdrm, apt avail.Home N/P. SUITES, LOWER 2002 OLDS 2-dr. coup. Park, 3581 Alero. Hallberg Rd. Ref’s. (250)729-1997. Manual trans, blue. 164,000 Suitable for restaurant or small ROOMS FOR RENT CHANNEL VIEW :New 1B/Rtires newly Meicor Properties kms, exc. cond. & grocery. Call 250-245-3647. renovated, F/S, utils, Chemainus: Lockwood Villa. stereo, A/C.incl$2900. obo. lndry. Call N/S, N/P, N/Drugs. Ref req. SINGLE & DBLE units; some COOMBS AUTO Mall(AlberWell kept bldg, 1 bdrm $625 (250)585-6920. $690. reitired/working w/kitchenettes. Pets New nie Hwy)Suits ft, ok. commerincl heat &1025sq hot water, available person. Avail now.utils(250)753monthly rates at&$650cial/retail. $825+ gst. now. N/S, 1 starting small pet welRECREATIONAL VEHICLES 8081 $850; wkly starting at $420. Call Bob, 250-248-1072 or come. 250-246-1033. FOR SALE Call 250-754-2328. 250-752-3090. www.meicorproperties.com LARGE 1-BDRM Furnished. 30’ 1991 Eagle Meicor Properties $800. incldsJayco utils, cable, travel intertrailer, Call SHARED ACCOMMODATION Ladysmith: 1cond. bdrm$3500. $700/mo. net. Likegood new. (250)751-5114. Alex at (250)729-1997. 2 bdrm grnd flr $800/mo Includes heat & person hot SUITE water, small CEDAR: to share LARGE 1N.S. BDRM FOR pets July 1st. 3 B/ROK. home. WiFi cablenew inRENT LongAvailable Lake &area: 250-924-6966. cluded $425/M kitchen, gas FP,(250)722-3000 French doors, 4&--:063 www.meicorproperties.com private entry, storage room, no stairs, parking for 1 vehicle. $"3'"45 NANAIMO: QUIET, clean and SUITES, LOWER Utilities incl. 1 Shared laundry. comfortable bdrm for July NS/NP/DD $900/mo. Avail: 1st. Central location, intercom, CHANNEL VIEW : 1B/R newly XJUIBDMBTTJmFEBE July 1st. 250-756-6544 elevator. Free N/S, renovated, incl hot F/S, water. utils, lndry. N/P. Refs. $650/mo. Call N/S, N/P,1-BDRM N/Drugs.suite, Ref Mark req. LARGE Long or Don at 250-753-8633. $690. Suits reitired/working Lake area. New kitchen, gas  person. Avail now. (250)753F/P, french doors, private en8081 try. COMMERCIAL/INDUSTRIAL Storage room, no stairs, parking forRENTALS 1 vehicle. Utils LARGE 1-BDRM Furnished. incld., shared laundry. N/S, COMMERCIAL SPACE avail. $800. inclds utils, cable, interN/P. DD. $900./mo. AvailHome July at Timberlands Mobile net. Like (250)756-6544. new. (250)751-5114. 1st. Call RENT Rd. Park, ROOMS 3581 FOR Hallberg Suitable 1forBDRM restaurant or small LARGE SUITE FOR grocery. Call 250-245-3647. RENT Long Lake area: new SUITES, UPPER kitchen, gasAUTO FP, French doors, COOMBS Mall- (Alberprivate entry, storage room, no 2-BDRM SUITE, floor. nie Hwy) 1025sq ft,3rd commerstairs, parking 1 vehicle. $675./mo incldsforutils utils. cial/retail. $825+ & Avail gst. Utilities incl. SharedAve, laundry. June 697250-248-1072 Bruce near Call 15. Bob, or NS/NP/DD $900/mo. Avail: VIU. Call (250)741-1967. 250-752-3090. July 1st. 250-756-6544

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Long Lake area: $1150/m + 40% off heat/hydro. CEDAR: gas N.S. person to doors, share kitchen, FP, French N/S, N/P 758-6744 3 B/R home. WiFi & room, cable no inprivate entry, storage RENTALS cluded $425/M stairs, parking (250)722-3000 for 1 vehicle. LADYSMITH: 3 bdrm, 2 storey Utilities incl. Shared laundry. home, small Avail: yard, NS/NP/DDD/W,$900/mo. SUITES, LOWER NS/NP, $950/mo. Avail July DUPLEXES/4PLEXES SUITES, UPPER July 1st. 250-756-6544 1st. Call 1-250-248-4816. Rental Properties CHANNEL VIEW :Ocean 1B/R2 newly Ladysmith: CLOSE TO town: Spacious bdrm view, LARGE 1-BDRM suite, Long OLD CITY QUARTER: Two renovated, incl F/S, utils, $695. lndry. suite. 1 bdrm, 900 sq.ft. 2 balconies. Hardwood flgas r,2 Available Lake area. New kitchen, B/R including barber shop; N/S, N/P, N/Drugs. Ref req. gas fp, Incld’s cable. own doors, laundry Avail.private & June carport. 1st. F/P, french enN/P. 250-753-0160 All sizes. All prices $690. Suits reitired/working In (250)618-6800, quiet area, close (250)753-4642 to schools try. Storage room, no stairs, person. now. & town. Cat N/S,(250)7532 Utils refs, parking for vehicle. VisitAvail our1ok, website 8081 July 1st, $700 FOR + laundry. utils. 604-812incld., shared N/S, ROOMS RENT TRANSPORTATION www.islandrent.com 4606 DD. or 250-335-2189. N/P. $900./mo. Avail July LARGE 1-BDRM Furnished. 1st.or Callcall (250)756-6544. SINGLE & DBLE units;3-bdrm some 753-8200 $800. utils, cable, interLARGEinclds VERY clean, AUTO ACCESSORIES/ w/kitchenettes. ok. large New net. new.PARTS (250)751-5114. SxS Like duplex, 4 Pets appls, #100-319 Selby Street monthly rates starting at $650SUITES, UPPER yard, VIU area, near bus stop $850; wkly starting at $420. LARGE 1 BDRM FOR & school. Avail SUITE now. Ref’s Call 250-754-2328. RENT Long Lake area: $950 + HOMES hydro. 1(604)318-9322 2-BDRM SUITE, 3rd flnew oor. FOR RENT RENTALS kitchen, FP, French $675./mogasinclds utils. doors, Avail private entry, storage room, no June 15. 697 Bruce Ave, near SHARED ACCOMMODATION DEPARTURE BAY/BROOKS MISCELLANEOUS stairs, for FOR 1 2RENT vehicle. VIU. Callparking (250)741-1967. LANDING: 3 Bdrm, Bath, SUITES, UPPER Utilities incl. Shared laundry. home/unit. 1371 sq. to ft. SunCEDAR: N.S. person share NS/NP/DD $900/mo. Avail: deck, extra parking, 3 B/R carport, home. WiFi & cable inCLOSE TO town: Ocean view, July 1st. 250-756-6544 share laundry. Avail July 1 cluded $425/M (250)722-3000 1 bdrm, 2 balconies. $695. $1150/m + 40% offsuite, heat/hydro. Incld’s cable. Avail. June Long 1st. LARGETRANSPORTATION 1-BDRM N/S, N/P 758-6744 (250)618-6800, (250)753-4642 Lake area. New kitchen, gas SUITES, LOWER F/P, french doors, private enLADYSMITH: 3 bdrm, 2 storey SPORT UTILITY VEHICLES try. Storage room, no stairs, CHANNEL VIEW : 1B/R newly home, D/W, small yard, TRANSPORTATION parking for 1 vehicle. 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New RENT Long Lake new trailer package for attowing, monthly ratesFP, starting $650kitchen, gas French doors, or call 753-8200 newer brakes & tire sensors, $850; at $420. private wkly entry, starting storage room, no extremely well #100-319 Selby Street Call 250-754-2328. stairs, parking for maintained 1 vehicle. clean vehicle, amazing safe Utilities incl. Shared laundry. ride in all conditions, NS/NP/DD $900/mo. heated Avail: SHARED ACCOMMODATION seats, censored wipers, air, FOR RENT July 1st.HOMES 250-756-6544 amazing sound system, plus many more extras. CEDAR: N.S. person toLocally share LARGE 1-BDRM suite, Long DEPARTURE BAY/BROOKS AUTOand FINANCING purchased serviced. Re3 B/R area. home. WiFi & cable inLake kitchen, gas LANDING: 3New Bdrm, 2 Bath, duced to $11,500. Call cluded $425/M (250)722-3000 F/P, french doors, private enhome/unit. 1371 sq. ft. John Sun250-816-7368. try. stairs, deck,Storage carport,room, extranoparking, parking for 1 LOWER vehicle.JulyUtils share laundry. Avail 1 SUITES, incld., laundry. N/S, $1150/mshared + 40% off heat/hydro. MARINE N/P. DD. 758-6744 $900./mo. Avail July N/S, N/P CHANNEL VIEW CARS: 1B/R newly 1st. Call (250)756-6544. renovated, incl3 F/S, utils, lndry. LADYSMITH: bdrm, 2 storey BOATS N/S, N/P, N/Drugs. Ref coup. req. home, OLDS D/W,Alero. small yard, 2002 2-dr. $690. Suits reitired/working SUITES, UPPER NS/NP, trans, $950/mo. July Manual blue.Avail 164,000 person. Avail now. 1st. Call 1-250-248-4816. kms, exc. cond. New(250)753tires & 8081 2-BDRM SUITE, oor. stereo, A/C. $2900. 3rd obo. flCall $675./mo utils. Avail OLD CITYinclds QUARTER: Two (250)585-6920. LARGE 1-BDRM Furnished. June 697 Bruce Ave, shop; near B/R 15. including barber $800. inclds utils, cable, interVIU. Call (250)741-1967. N/P.RECREATIONAL 250-753-0160 VEHICLES net. Like new. (250)751-5114.

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Jack Mace of the Nanaimo Track and Field Club races the 100-metre dash in his 9-10-year-old division at the Hershey Track and Field Games qualifying meet on Tuesday evening at Rotary Bowl stadium. The region’s top performers have a chance to advance to the North American championships this summer in Pennsylvania. For other recent track and field club results, please see page 23.

Acme Timbermen put win streak, first place on the line against Bandits BY GREG SAKAKI THE NEWS BULLETIN

The Acme Timbermen have found ways to win games and they’ve found a place atop the standings. Now they want to stay there. Nanaimo’s West Coast Senior Lacrosse Association team is preparing for one of the toughest tests of the season to date – back-to-back home games against the second-placed Tri-

City Bandits on Saturday (June 21) and Sunday. “We want to really make a statement this weekend and show them that we’re as good as our record,” said Mike Maughan, coach of the Acme Painting Timbermen. Nanaimo’s senior B squad (101-1) has a win streak that now stands at seven straight. “Our guys have really just done a good job of finding ways to win games,” Maughan

said. “[Sometimes] ugly games against lesser teams where maybe we haven’t played that well, but the bottom line is we’ve been getting the points.” Jon Diplock, team captain, said the Acme T-men have adjusted well to lineup changes. Sometimes it takes three periods for them to build chemistry, but it always seems to work out. “It’s good that we can find ways to win. We always stick it

out till the end,” Diplock said. It will take more than just perseverance to beat the Bandits. The T-men have been talking this week about staying disciplined and limiting turnovers. “Every possession counts. We can’t be throwing the ball away,” Diplock said. “Tri-City always seems to find a way to get us back for our bad mistakes so we’ve got to have two mistake-free games.” See ‘BOTH’ /22

The Nanaimo Timbermen are always excited to play lacrosse, but they haven’t always shown it. The city’s Western Lacrosse Association team has had slow starts in game and it’s added up to a slow start to the season. “I think we’ve got a better team than we did last year and [we’re] not proving it right now,” said Kaleb Toth, the team’s coach. “Hopefully we’re not too far behind and we can get back into winning ways.” Players are making fundamental mistakes, especially early in games, and they’re falling behind that way. Toth said the team has to work on simple passing and catching in practice, “but you’ve got to keep the morale high; you’ve got to keep the intensity in practice.” Doug Langlois, T-men alternate captain, said guys need to be mentally ready for first periods. “We as players need to step up and figure that part out on our own. No one’s going to be out there doing it for us,” he said. GAME ON … The Timbermen visit the New Westminster Salmonbellies today (June 19) and host the Coquitlam Adanacs on Sunday at 7 p.m. at Frank Crane Arena. sports@nanaimobulletin.com

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The senior B T-men are well aware of their win streak and they want to keep it going, Jon Diplock said. “If we play to our level and we limit our mistakes, we’ll have a really good chance,” said Mike Maughan. There’s still a way to go till the post-season, but there could be a

playoff atmosphere. “It’s two teams that should be in the Presidents Cup,” Diplock said. “It’s not every day you see lacrosse games like this.” GAME ON … The Saturday (June 21) game is at 7 p.m. at the Nanaimo Ice Centre and Sunday’s game is at 5 p.m. at the NIC. Tickets will be available at the door. sports@nanaimobulletin.com

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Coinciding with the recent conclusion to the NBA season, we continue our review of top local basketball teams this week… In the NBA, the San Antonio Spurs wrapped up a fifth franchise title with a convincing 104-87 win over the defending champion Miami Heat in Game 5 of the finals. Named as MVP of the finals was Kawhi Leonard, the talented young San Antonio forward. The result was sweet revenge for the Spurs and coach Gregg Popovich, who one year ago saw the championship slip away with a heartbreaking Game 7 loss to Miami. Locally, we didn’t have room last week to fully acknowledge the 11:38 AM Dover Bay Dolphins AAA senior girls’ team that placed fifth at the Island tournament. Lisa Salewski coached the team, comprised of players Khyara Clement, Danielle Frinton, Emily Grey, Mikayla Herring-

Pletsch, Lindsay Woodlands Eagles Hiemstra, Francesca placed fifth and sevMaestrello, Lauren enth respectively at McAughren, Paris their Island tournaRobertson, Hannah ment. For Barsby, Rudson, Faye Tuck players were Shawn and Island all-star Arabsky, Chris Emily Shires. Degoutiere, Joshua At the AA level, the Goldston, J.D. Gross, top local girls’ team Matt Hill, Tyler Hill, was from Wellington Brian Peck, North Secondary School. Rainey, Marcus This seaSevere, son the Cole thorpe Wildcats Smith, Duc won the Truong, report Island Nathan Ian Thorpe champiVogt, Kyle Columnist onship Vollet, Jerfor the emy White second and Henry straight Zhang. time, qualCoaches ifying for were Tyler the provinWells cials from and Colin a third Boyce. consecutive year At Woodlands, Jas where they finished Shahi, Dan Smith fourth. Nicole McRae and Franjo Crnkovic and Bill Fraser procoached playvided the coaching ers Jakob Brown, for players Kaitlyn Nathan Perry, GarFranklin, Brooke rett Livesey, Martin Dendl, Jessica JobHermans, Zack bagy, Shania Sabbas, Williams, Griffin Amber John, Olivia Douglas, Shivam Mjaaland, Hannah Thakur, Jarod Boas, Sam Paule and Domino, Jordie Cox, all-stars Ally Keir Max Mackay, Mike and Victoria Brown. Edwards and Dean As for AA boys’ Fisher. teams, the John In junior boys’ Barsby Blazers and basketball, Dover

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Bay and Wellington battled it out for top spot this season. The Wellington boys coached by Bobby Fletcher claimed the district title, but the Dover team edged the Wildcats 53-52 in the North Island final. The Dolphins went on to also place first at the Island tournament. Joey Spillman and Kel Reed were coaches for the squad and Jeff Webb was MVP at Islands. The Dover Bay junior girls’ basketball team also had a strong season, Coached by Rick Hart, the Dover girls finished second at the Island tournament and advanced to a 12th place showing at provincials. Maddy Hart was named as most valuable player at the Island tournament. Whatever your sport, a reminder in closing to play your hardest, play fair, and show good sportsmanship. u Ian Thorpe writes about sports Thursdays.

Inbrief baseball

Pirates at home all weekend The Hub City Paving Pirates will look to get in the swing of things as they host B.C. Premier Baseball League doubleheaders Saturday (June 21) and Sunday at Serauxmen Stadium. Saturday’s games against the White Rock Tritons go at noon and 2:30 p.m. and Sunday’s games against the Abbotsford Cardinals are at 11 a.m. and 1:30 p.m.

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Nine-year-old boys - Cody Watson, third, 1,000m. 10-year-old boys - Stirling Henry, third, 100m dash, third, shot put; Nate Paris, first, 100m dash, first, high jump, first, long jump, second, 60m dash; Jayden Watson, first, 600m, first, 1,000m, second, long jump, third, 60m dash, third, high jump. 11-year-old girls - Madison Paugh, second, javelin. 11-year-old boys - Ryan Seaman, third, javelin. 12-year-old girls - Karly Dickenson, second, 1,200m, third, 800m; Makayla Mitchell, first, hammer throw, third, javelin. 12-year-old boys - Keaton Heisterman, third, 800m, third, 1,200m; Ethan Katzberg, first, hammer throw, first, javelin. 13-year-old girls - Courtney Anderton, first, 100m dash, first, 200m; Maria Johnson, second, 200m, second, 200m hurdles; Kaitlyn

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Watson, first, triple jump. 13-year-old boys - Colby Day, first, high jump, first, triple jump; Nate Seaman, first, 800m, first, 2,000m. 14-15-year-old girls Marina Andersen, third, 1,500m steeplechase, third, pole vault; Hassy Fashina-Bombata, first, 100m dash, first, 200m; Madison Heisterman, first, 800m; Jessica Katzberg, first, hammer throw, second, discus; Hope Stewart, second, 1,500m steeplechase, second, pole vault. 14-15-year-old boys Dominic Boar, first, pole vault. 16-17-year-old girls Rachel Jerome, second, 100m dash, second, long jump; Alyssa Mousseau, first, 800m; Jenaya Pynn, third, 800m. 16-17-year-old boys - Josh Bailey, third, 1,500m run; Jason Clare, first, pole vault, third, triple jump. 18-19-year-old men Andrew deGroot, first, 200m, second, 400m.

B.C. PREMIER BASEBALL LEAGUE North Shore Langley Vic Mariners Okanagan Vancouver Vic Eagles White Rock Abbotsford Whalley North Delta Coquitlam Nanaimo Parksville

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The Nanaimo BMX Association is holding a free day of racing Sunday (June 22) at Marie Davidson BMX Park. Olympic medallist Donny Robinson will be racing in the pro am class at the Olympic Day Race. Registration is from 10-11 a.m. with racing to follow. All ages and skill levels of riders are welcome and any type of bike is OK. This week’s feature: ature:

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To submit sports news tips, scores, and statistics to the News Bulletin, please e-mail sports editor Greg Sakaki at sports@nanaimobulletin.com, phone 250-734-4623 or tweet to @BulletinSports.

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Tyson keeps on singing Eighty-year-old country singer working on new album “I am in a meeting trying to get this album done,” Tyson said. In 2006, Tyson suffered a serious t was an injury that helped kick- vocal injury that nearly cost him start legendary country singer his career. Tyson credits the work Ian Tyson’s music career. of throat specialist Tom Gillis and “I got to really start playing while vocal therapist Katherine Ardo for I had smashed my ankle and it helping him recover. took a long time to “I was ver y mend and I had a happy recipient lot of time on my of that [treathands,” Tyson told ment] and I can IAN TYSON received the Order the News Bulletin. sing my damn ass of Canada in 1995 and the “That’s what really off now,” Tyson Alberta Order of excellence in got me going with said. 2006. learning and trying There has to learn to play the been no shortguitar properly.” age of standout Beginning next week, the 80-year- moments in Tyson’s long career, old Order of Canada recipient will which include everything from be heading out on a four-day Brit- hosting his own TV show, The Ian ish Columbia tour, which will see Tyson Show, on CTV, to having his him make stops in Burnaby, Victo- song Four Strong Winds named ria, Campbell River and Nanaimo. by CBC Radio One listeners as “It’s been quite awhile. I’ve Canada’s No. 1 song of the 20th been ranching,” Tyson said. “I am century. looking forward to it. The road is “It was amazing,” Tyson said always easier than being at home. about having his song picked by When you’re at home there is so CBC listeners. “It was a total surmuch stuff piled up that you gotta prise and I was very honoured. I do. Sometimes going on the road is don’t think honoured is the right like vacation.” word. I was taken aback and very For much of his life, Tyson has pleased.” called Alberta is home, but the In 2005, Tyson performed for Juno Award winner Queen Elizabeth was actually born in II during her royal Victoria and spent his visit. teenage years living in “It was a usual Duncan. Alberta summer “It’s always nice [to day, I don’t think it come home],” Tyson snowed, but it did said about returning i don’t think everything else,” to Vancouver Island. Tyson recalled. “I really enjoy going honoured is the “She is amazing. I back to the father didn’t meet her or right word. i was shake hands with land.” Tyson has released her but I waved and o v e r 1 5 a l b u m s taken aback and I was singing. She’s throughout his career. very pleased. the ultimate profesH i s m o s t re c e n t sional. Of course album, All The Good she’s done it all her ’Uns Vol. 2, was released last year life I suppose, but yeah, she’s an and is a collection of some of his amazing woman.” greatest hits between 1999 and Tyson performs at the Port The2012. atre on June 28. For tickets and for The Alberta resident is currently more information please call the working on his next album, which box office at 250-754-4555 or visit he is hoping to release in the near www.porttheatre.com. future. arts@nanaimobulletin.com By Nicholas Pescod The News BulleTiN

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From an early age, Daniel Wesley knew he wanted to be in a band. “I always wanted to be in a band like the Rolling Stones where everyone is like brothers,” Wesley said. By the time the White Rock native was a teenager, he had already formed one band and was a member of various others, but it never seemed to work out long term. “Things just kind of fell apart,” Wesley recalled. “People’s lives just fall apart sometimes, especially in the music industry.” Instead of giving up on his musical dreams, Wesley decided to try his hand as a solo artist. He also took his parents’ advice and began learning a trade as another way to support himself and his musical dreams. “At the time I didn’t want to do it but it

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was a really good idea because I got some focus and some education under my belt,” Wesley said. Even though he worked full-time in the trades, Wesley still kept up with his music and in 2006 he released his first solo album, O u t law, to 604 Records. The following year, he abandoned the trades entirely and has focused on music ever since.

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“It really just kind of happened that I started this project and played with some different people,” Wesley said about the rebirth of his musical career. On Friday (June 20) Wesley will play a solo show at the Dinghy Dock Pub. “I’ve done shows at the Dinghy Dock a bunch over the last few years,” Wesley said. “It’s a fun place to play. Being a float-

ing island like that, it’s a unique gig.” Wesley, whose music is a unique blend of rock and reggae, will be performing tunes from his latest album, Ocean Wide, which was released last year. “It has a little bit more of the rock influence of what I do on it,” Wesley explained. “But there are sprinkles of the other styles that I do.” While Wesley performs his sets with a band, he will often perform as a solo artist. He explained that the adjustment from being a member of bands to being a solo artist has been difficult at times. “That’s been the biggest challenge, making all the decisions and making all the right decisions,” Wesley said. “It’s a been a real huge learning curve since I’ve been doing it as my job for the last seven years and I am thankful for the lessons that I’ve learned.” Wesley performs Friday at 8 p.m. For more information, please visit www. facebook.com/danielwesleyband. arts@nanaimobulletin.com

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The future of burlesque in Nanaimo is about to become a bit murky. With recent management changes to the aging and neglected Nanaimo Centre Stage, local burlesque

group Naughty and Spice will be holding its final performance on Saturday. Naughty and Spice manager Goldie Lux said in a press release that without the Nanaimo Centre Stage, future performances by the group are in jeopardy. “We would love to see someone new keep the theatre running, it’s the best venue in town for what we do, and I don’t know where we’ll go without it,” Lux said.

As Nanaimo city council debates what to do with Nanaimo Centre Stage, Naughty and Spice has decided to call its final show, The Time Travel Project, which is an idea that group has wanted to do for years. The Time Travel Project takes audience members back in time through a performance that looks at the history of burlesque. “Our ultimate goal is for people to watch the show

and just laugh until they fall out of their chairs wondering what on earth is going on, and how much sillier things can possibly get,” Lux said. The Time Travel Project will take place at 8 p.m. this Saturday (June 21). Tickets cost $20 in advance or $25 at the door and are also available online at www.naughtyandspiceburlesque.com or by calling 250-797-2480. arts@nanaimobulletin.com

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Jan Peterson is all too familiar with the history of Port Alberni; in fact she’s written five books about the mill town. The Nanaimo-based author and former journalist is gearing up for the launch of her newest book, Port Alberni: More Than Just a Mill Town, which documents the best and worst of Port Alberni during the 1980s and ’90s. “Port Alberni went through quite a change in structure,” Peterson said. “The main employer, MacMillan Bloedel was sold off. The industry changed, forest practices changed and so I thought there was another story there.” On June 26, Peterson will be reading and signing books at the Nanaimo Museum as part of the official book launch for Port Alberni. The event is also a “re-launch” of one of Peterson’s older books, A Place In Time: Nanaimo Chronicles. “We’re inviting the public to

a coffee party at the museum in Nanaimo. They’re also relaunching a book that I actually donated to the museum when the museum opened,” Peterson said. “I never had a launch for that book, so we are combining both.”

In addition to the dual book launch, Peterson will be talking about her research and experiences writing her latest book Peterson, who has written 10 other books, is no stranger to meticulous research, hav-

ing worked as reporter with the Alberni Valley Times during the ’70s and ’80s. While at the paper she received the Jack Wasserman Award for investigative journalism. “I have always been really keen on research, that was one thing I really found out that I enjoyed as a journalist,” Peterson said.“I loved doing that part.” She was born in Scotland and moved to Kingston, Ont., in 1957 and then eventually moved to Port Alberni in 1972, where she resided for decades. Although Peterson has written four other books on the history of Port Alberni, she decided to write a fifth after realizing that there wasn’t a lot of written history on the town during the ’80s and ’90s. “It’s kind of a personal journey,” Peterson said. “I had previously written four other books about Port Alberni but they went up to the period of amalgamation, which was 1967.” Jan Peterson will be at the Nanaimo Museum on June 26 from 3-5 p.m. For more information about Port Alberni: More Than Just a Mill Town visit bit.ly/MoreThanJustAMillTown. arts@nanaimobulletin.com

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Nanaimo play a big winner at festival Nanaimo Theatre Group’s production God of Carnage took home a number of awards last month

at the Theatre B.C. North Island Zone festival, including Best Actress for Sherri McLean, Best

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“Thank you, I think I’ve got the apexes about right,” he grinned. Hours earlier, it’s doubtful he had even heard of the tricky track, nevermind driven it. Harkening back to his references to happy endings, I reminded him that after driving with me last year he had enjoyed nothing but success. “That’s right . . . it’s all down to you,” he said with what I believed was a thoroughly genuine smile of appreciation. The end was nigh. Time flies when you are having fun: our hot lap and friendly chat took less than four minutes. Last Sunday, he enjoyed only his second podium finish of the year taking third place at the Montreal Grand Prix. You’re welcome, Seb. Same time next year, in the Eau Rouge?

“There haven’t been too many of those lately,” he joked, pressing harder on the metal, perhaps to make a point. As Infiniti Director of Performance, Vettel is truly playing a role in the development of future road products, rather than merely offering his name as a celebrity endorsement. He talked enthusiastically about the new compact, performance-oriented Q30, which should see the light late next year in Europe and a little later in Canada. The 328-horsepower 3.7-litre V6 Q50S we were riding in also benefitted from a little of his input. He’s clearly looking forward to Infiniti giving the go-ahead to the Q50 Eau Rouge concept, which features the Nissan GT-R’s growling 560-horsepower twin-turbo V6. Another corner loomed and I leaned into the door, as he barely slowed from the rapid pace we had zipped along the straight. “Your cornering has improved since last year,” I offered cheekily.

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Thursday, June 19, 2014

Rally race a reason to screech with satisfaction

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Offer(s) available on select new 2014/2015 models through participating dealers to qualified customers who take delivery by June 30, 2014. Dealers may sell or lease for less. Some conditions apply. See dealer for complete details. All offers are subject to change without notice. Vehicles shown may include optional accessories and upgrades available at extra cost. All pricing includes delivery and destination fees up to $1,665, other fees and certain levies (including tire levies) and $100 A/C charge (where applicable) and excludes licensing, registration, insurance, other taxes and variable dealer administration fees (up to $699). Other dealer charges may be required at the time of purchase. Other lease and financing options also available. 0%/0.99% financing offer for up to 84 months available O.A.C to qualified retail customers, on approved credit for the new 2014 Sportage LX MT FWD (SP551E)/2015 Sorento 2.4L LX AT FWD (SR75BF) with a selling price of $21,584/$25,538 and includes delivery and destination fees of $1,665, tire tax of $15, A/C charge ($100 where applicable) and a cash bonus of $3,198/$3,244. Bi-weekly payments of $119/$145 for 84 months with $0 down payment. Credit fees of $0/$900. Total obligation is $21,584/$26,438. See retailer for complete details. ∞Purchase price for the new 2014 Sportage LX MT FWD (SP551E)/2015 Sorento 2.4L LX AT FWD (SR75BF) is $21,584/$25,538 and includes a cash bonus of $3,198/$3,244 (which is deducted from the negotiated price before taxes). Retailer may sell for less. ‡Cash purchase price for the new 2014 Rondo LX MT (RN551E) is $18,582 and includes a cash savings of $5,000 (which is deducted from the negotiated price before taxes and cannot be combined with special lease/finance offers). Retailer may sell for less. §Cash bonus amounts are offered on select 2014/2015 models and are deducted from the negotiated price before taxes. $4,000 cash bonus only available on the 2014 Optima Hybrid LX (OP74AE) and includes a $1,000 ECO-Credit. Offer ends June 30, 2014. See your dealer for complete details. ¤Cash savings amounts are offered on select 2014 and 2015 models and are deducted from the negotiated cash purchase price before taxes. Offer ends June 30, 2014. See your dealer for complete details. ΔModel shown Manufacturer Suggested Retail Price for 2015 Sorento EX V6 AWD (SR75HF)/2014 Rondo EX Luxury (RN756E)/2014 Sportage SX AT Luxury AWD (SP759E) is $34,495/$32,195/$38,295. Highway/city fuel consumption is based on the 2015 Sorento LX 2.4L GDI 4-cyl (A/T)/2014 Rondo 2.0L GDI 4-cyl (M/T)/2014 Sportage 2.4L 4-cyl (A/T). These updated estimates are based on the Government of Canada’s approved criteria and testing methods. Refer to the EnerGuide Fuel Consumption Guide. Your actual fuel consumption will vary based on driving habits and other factors. 1Sirius, XM and all related marks and logos are trademarks of Sirius XM Radio Inc. and its subsidiaries. ° The Bluetooth® wordmark and logo are registered trademarks and are owned by Bluetooth SIG, Inc. Information in this advertisement is believed to be accurate at the time of printing. For more information on our 5-year warranty coverage, visit kia.ca or call us at 1-877-542-2886. Kia is a trademark of Kia Motors Corporation.

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Coordinators needed to help with fundraising runs The following are opportunities at Volunteer Nanaimo. For more information, please call 250-7587121 or go online to www.volunteernanaimo.ca. Volunteer Nanaimo is located at Unit 3-2350 Labieux Rd.

and serving items to customers at the coffee shop in the lobby of Nanaimo Regional General Hospital. Three-hour shifts available from Monday to Friday.

Volunteers must be able to stand on their feet for the entire shift and lift coffee urns with up to four liters of liquid. Minimum 6 month commitment expected for

one regular shift per week. Please contact Daniel Cayer at 250740-2624.

various aspects of a fundraising walk leading up to the event day on Sept. 7, including enterovarian CanCer tainment lead and Canada – Volunteers finance lead. Please T:8.8125” needed to help with call 1-877-413-7970,

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urgently needed to provide assistance

to clients who need to sign up for up to three months of wheelchairs, walkers, commodes, canes, etc. Please contact Diane Marwic at 250756-9363 ext. 222.

Canadian Breast CanCer Foundation – A site and

route coordinator is needed for the CIBC Run for the Cure, responsible for providing an organized run site and route for hundreds of people to gather and participate in one- or five-kilometre walk/ run. Please contact Patrick Howell, Vancouver Island run coordinator, at 1-250384-3328 or e-mail phowell@chcf.org

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Colleen Campbell, left, United Way’s office coordinator, with Target employees Jacqueline Peterson, Dayton Rintala and Michael Ribicic who helped to set up desks at the United Way office.

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Two United Way Days of Caring connected Target employees with local organizations who needed an extra hand from volunteers: PacificCare Child Care Resource and Referral and United Way Central and Northern Vancouver Island. A United Way Day of Caring is a unique opportunity for employees to make a difference in their community by taking part in meaningful vol-

unteer projects that help local community organizations. If a non-profit organization needs a new fence, a paint job, some landscaping or help with a special event, they are matched with a local business who donates a team of employees to get the job done. PacificCare’s 18th annual Teddy Bear Picnic on May 30 celebrated Child Care Month with activities for 275 parents, children and, of course, teddy bears. The success of theannual event relies on the assistance of volunteers. The six Target employees who volunteered their time at the Teddy Bear Picnic helped

to set up tents and tables, to coordinate children’s activities like bubbles and the beanbag toss, and to clean up after the event. Target employees also volunteered to help United Way Central and Northern Vancouver Island transport and set up office desks. The organization’s new staff and office volunteers will share this extra furniture. Organizations in need of assistance or a business interested in donating your employees’ work time for a Day of Caring, please contact the United Way branch at 250591-8731.

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Beefs & bouquets

Nanaimo News Bulletin B17

BOUQUET To fourth floor nurses, doctors, specialists and lab techs at Nanaimo Regional General Hospital and to Estevan, Malaspina Gardens and ambulance crew and visitors that you showed to my brother with his illness. BEEF To the senior female driving a newer Audi helping herself to newspapers at a local restaurant without purchase. BOUQUET To the man who bought my young daughter a stuffed animal in Port Place shopping centre last week. Your kindness and generosity will not be forgotten. BEEF To someone who lies on Facebook about her life and makes her friends believe that she got everything and confused who to thank for.

BOUQUET To the school crossing lady at the corner of Brechin and Estevan roads. She has a smile and a wave for every vehicle that comes through the intersection. I’m sure her cheerfulness spreads a long way.

BEEF To striking teachers who take their kids to walk the picket line. Guess they have nowhere to put them. Affected parents don’t have that luxury --- neither should they.

BEEF To those who skip right to the Beefs and Bouquets and pass over other sections of the paper. For example, the classified section, which contains useful information like job postings.

BOUQUET To the people who allowed the students and volunteers of the Wellington Band gift wrapping program at Nanaimo North Town Centre to care for and to wrap your presents again this year.

BEEF To the city for exempting the work on Wellington Secondary School from the noise bylaw until 11 p.m. (instead of 9 p.m. for everyone else). Living next door to the school is unbearable with construction noise until 11 p.m. every weeknight.

BOUQUET to Ellis, you volunteer for so many charities and good causes, no complaints, just hard work. Thank you for your contributon to this great city. You are very much appreciated.

BOUQUET To the city for having the foresight to purchase parkland in Linley Valley for future generations to enjoy. Best use of tax dollars ever.

BEEF To the person complaining about “all you other drivers.” As if you’ve never committed an infraction while behind the wheel. If 80 per cent of people are speeding, it’s not the drivers who are the problem.

BOUQUET To the students, staff and parents of McGirr Elementary School for their generous support of the Justin Smith Coin and Memorial Scholarship Fund. Your continued kindness has helped graduating students pursue their educational dreams and allowed our son to continue helping others. BEEF To the very ignorant person who says that horse poop makes great fertilizer. It does not. Horse manure will produce a garden full of weeds. What a huge sense of privilege and entitlement you must have to casually suggest that pedestrians should scoop up your horse’s dung and take it home for their gardens. BOUQUET To community members who donated items and attended the Giant Garage Sale fundraiser of the NanaimoLadysmith Schools Foundation that raised $5,000 to benefit programs for school children affected by poverty in School District 68. The Foundation will likely hold another garage sale in the fall.

BEEF To the owner whose dog chased a baby deer across the road on Hammond Bay just before the biological station. The deer was screaming in terror to get away but I couldn’t catch the dog. Please keep you dog properly secured. BOUQUET To Tim Mitton of Big O Tire who knows all there is to know about tires and has always recommended the right tire for our different vehicles. BEEF I am saddened by the lack of morals on the water. Why would someone who can afford a boat, find it necessary to steal someone’s crab trap? BOUQUET To Ian Cook of Georgiaview Health and Wellness for his expert massage therapy treatment for my fibromyalgia, muscle tightness and pain. He has been helping me for many years, through rough times and not so bad ones. And to Lesley for her kindness and caring.

BEEF To the dairy company for overlooking the horrible mistreatment of their cows. I also can’t believe their veterinarian didn’t notice the injuries. A lot of stores in Nanaimo carry milk from right here on the Island. I’m switching.

BEEF To the grocery store that refused to double bag a woman’s groceries because “that’s wasteful,” even though she told you she was on foot. She had two toddlers with her and I helped her clean up the mess caused by her purchases ripping through the bags. She and her kids were just about crying in frustration – part of her purchase was destroyed.

BOUQUET After a lovely celebratory lunch at Carlos O’Bryans, we asked for our check and our waiter told us it had all been taken care of. It was just a lovely and generous gift from the gentleman at the next table.

BOUQUET To the generous lady in the car ahead of me who paid for my cinnamon bun and coffee in the Tim Hortons drivethru on Bowen Road. Your kind gesture gave me a huge boost.

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BEEF To the person complaining about barbecue smoke. Our building is our home and barbecues are allowed here. When someone barbecues it lasts about 20 minutes. Most of us here simply close our window. BOUQUET To the first original noodle restaurant in town. At least they serve up their offerings on a plate and you can sit at a table and enjoy your meal. BEEF To cyclists who want to share the road but think they are above following traffic rules.

BOUQUET To the brilliant soul proposing the White Elephant Rehabilitation Centre in Nanaimo. Spot on, sir. BEEF To Lantzvillagers who live in a semirural town. If you can’t step around horse poop on a wide gravel path, move to Nanaimo or some other city. BOUQUET To staff at the Nanaimo Aquatic Centre. Receptionists are friendly and helpful and maintenance people are hardworking and meticulous.

Submit your own Beef or Bouquet Beefs & Bouquets is a free forum to give thanks or express views on issues and events. The News Bulletin reserves the right to edit or refuse submissions. Length is limited to 40 words and two submissions per person per week. A winner will be selected at random to receive a floral bouquet from Turley’s Florist and Potting Shed. Mail or deliver to the News Bulletin, 777B Poplar St., Nanaimo, V9S 2H7 or e-mail to bulletinboard@nanaimobulletin.com. Fax to 250-753-0788.

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Saturday MINERS’ HERITAGE Picnic at Deverill Park June 21, 8:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Music, memorial tea and petting farm. www.nanaimosouthend.ca.

Sunday ALTRUSA GARDEN Tour, self-guided, June 22, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tickets $20 at Dig This, Green Thumb Garden Centre, Long Lake Nurseries and Altrusa Club members. Call 250-754-2234

Wednesday K-40 CLUb of Nanaimo meets June 25, 6 p.m., at ABC Restaurant (Days Inn).

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Cedar Heritage Centre, 1644 MacMillan Rd. Newcomers welcome. 250-722-2656. NANAIMO ACCORDION Band meets Tuesdays at 1 p.m. at the Old Harewood Firehall on Fourth Street. 250753-2730. ADULT MIxED recreational, non-competitive volleyball at John Barsby Community School. Sunday nights 6:30-9 p.m. All are welcome. Call 250-7548325 for more info.

a.m. All day hike. Bring hiking boots, raingear and lunch. 250-7553066. ALTRUSA INTERNATIONAL of Nanaimo, providing service to our community, meets on the second and fourth Tuesday of each month. Phone 250585-7990 or visit www. altrusa.org. NANAIMO PROSTATE Cancer Support Group meets second Tuesday of each month at 7 p.m. at Canadian Cancer Society office at 777 Poplar St. Call 250-751-1340.

NATURAL AbUNDANCE Native Plant Nursery, 3145 Frost Rd, Cassidy. Nursery hours are 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Wednesday and Saturday. Contact the Nanaimo and Area Land Trust at 250-7141990.

DOLLHOUSE MINIATURES Club meets in Nanoose. New members welcome. For time and location call 250-468-2364 or 250754-4363.

THURSDAY HIKERS depart Bowen Park upper parking lot, 8

NANAIMO WOMEN’S Centre is offering a 16-step group for

women healing from addiction and codependency. Meetings are held every Monday evening. Call 250-7530633. PARKINSON SUPPORT Group meets 1-3 p.m. third Tuesday of each month at Buttertubs Recreation Centre at 10 Buttertubs Drive. 250-754-2129.

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Port authority donates to city culture The Nanaimo Port Authority continues to assist the Nanaimo Museum and the Nanaimo Art Gallery with donations in 2014. The port authority provided Nanaimo Museum with $3,000 for the Bastion information centre and cannon firings, and $2,000

to Nanaimo Art Gallery for its annual Festival of Banners. “The Bastion cannon ceremony and the Festival of Banners are signature programs for Nanaimo, a beautiful port city,” said Bernie Dumas, president of the port authority.

MALASPINA TOASTMASTERS meets 7 a.m. Tuesdays at ABC Restaurant on Mary Ellen Drive. For more info, call 250-751-5204. ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS 24-hour meeting list information at 250-753-7513 or www. nanaimoaa.org. NANAIMO COMMUNITY Hospice Companions Through Grief drop-in program Fridays, 10 a.m. to noon, 1080 St. George Cres. Call 250591-881.

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