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City council endorsed the creation of a community garden in Campbellton April 20. T he C ampb el lton Neighbourhood Association (CNA) is proposing to establish the garden in Campbellton Park, located on the south side of 15th Avenue between Redwood Street and Petersen Road. The group plans on installing a minimum of 18 raised garden beds on the open, west side of the park, away from the playground and swing set, with at least two picnic tables and a garden

shed at the entrance to the garden. The garden would be behind a gate with a coded entry system, similar to the one in place at the Laughing Willow Community Garden in Willow Point. Ross Sharp with the Campbellton Neighbourhood Association told council Monday night that the neighbourhood is on board with the garden. “We did canvas the entire neighbourhood and thus far we’ve received mostly positive support,” Sharp said. “Most just didn’t want to lose the playground equipment and swing set which we agreed with.”

The only change to the playground could be if the garden is popular enough that the Neighbourhood Association goes ahead with a second phase of garden beds, according to Kirsten Baird, the city’s development officer. “ This phas e may include relocating the swing set from its current location to the east of the playground equipment,” she said. “Any cost for moving that swing set if this did proceed, would be borne by the CNA. Up to an additional 15 raised beds would be added, bringing the total number of beds to 33.” Garden plots are

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Watson said BC Hydro staff and its on-call biologists were on the river quickly and focused on the susceptible habitat areas of the river. “Some fish mortalities were found and fish were also salvaged from isolated pools and returned to the river alive,” Watson said. “A review of the potential impacts to fish could not be fully completed given the recovery of river flows and the high water conditions. For the fish life cycle, Fisheries and Oceans Canada believe the salmon had moved from the egg to alevin stage, to then become fry, and were out of the gravel. Fisheries and Oceans Canada annually places Chinook incubators within the river, but the fish had been fortunately released into the river prior to this event.” Protecting downstream fish habitat is one of the three project drivers for the John Hart Generating Station Replacement Project. The recovery of downstream river flows will go from about an hour or more to seconds once the project is complete in 2018 – this improvement will create a near seamless continuity of river flows for fish habitat, according to Watson. As part of the project, a water bypass facility is being built within the generating station to quickly divert the water around the turbines if needed and provide the required flows downstream. BC Hydro has an ongoing community commitment to provide public notice of Campbell River flows that go

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Thanks Mike and others but you shouldn’t have to do this every time Once again, the community has pulled together to remove a boat from local waters. The link between the effort to remove the M.V. Pursupa from the Campbell River estuary and the extraction of a boat from the mouth of Simms Creek four years ago is Mike Gage who organized both recoveries. Gage’s dedication to local fishery causes should be greatly appreciated by the community because, frankly, no other official body takes responsibility for these incidents. If a vessel comes to rest, shall we say, in local waters and poses no direct environmental threat (leaking fuel or the like) then there is no agency charged with removing the unsightly debris. While shipwrecks hold a near-romantic aura, busted up boats littering sensitive waterways We say: The hold no such nostalgic claim on our imaginaprovince should tions. They’re just pure have a plan to and simply a mess and an deal with relics eyesore. And the owners don’t seem to have any legal obligation to remove them. Thanks to Gage and the people and businesses he enlisted to help him, we have twice now had abandoned boats cleaned up because locals took action. Also, a guarded thanks can be extended to city council for coming up with $3,500 to help with the costs but this is not something taxpayers really want to see. It’s not the city’s job to clean up provincial or federal waterways. Again, you have to appreciate that council got involved because nobody else will but this could set a precedent that could start to get costly. Will the city now pay to remove sea lion or whale carcasses that wash up on the beach? Every time a carcass, be it a sea mammal or a boat, washes up on shore, people call for someone to take action on it. Luckily, in Campbell River, we have people who care about our marine environment and take it upon themselves to do the clean up. But this happens often enough that the province should have some contingency in place for it. Instead of the city. And Mike Gage.

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Agreement has measurable impact Nearly two decades ago, B.C.’s Ministry of Education realized there had to be a better way to address the education of its aboriginal students. Having put the failed experiment of the Indian Residential School system into the dustbin of history — though it continues to cast a long and dark shadow — the ministry had yet to see necessary gains in exam scores, advancement, retention and graduation rates for First Nations students. In what has turned out to be a wise decision, and perhaps the only viable one, the ministry chose not to dictate yet another policy from on high, but rather brought in First Nations leaders to consult with local school districts and educators. The result of these consultations was the creation of the Enhanced Aboriginal Education Agreement. The first of these agreements was signed by participants and approved by the ministry in 1999, and the Campbell River School District was in the front of the line.

KEVIN KEVIN MCKINNON MCKINNON

KRISTI KRISTI PELLEGRIN PELLEGRIN

MICHELLE MICHELLE HUELLER HUELLER

“At that time, we actually bet schools, which were conthe government that we could structed to assimilate native spend the money and reach youths by stripping them of more goals than by them dic- their language and culture, the tating it,” SD72 board trustee Enhanced Aboriginal EducaDarryl Hagen said during a tion Agreement is designed to recent meeting of the board of improve educational outcomes education. “We won while also celebratthat bet three or four ing First Nations years in a row until culture and sharing finally they changed it among the general the model. It was population. quite interesting.” “The benefits are Today, Campbell both support and River School Disfocus on student trict officials and learning for aborigilocal First Nations nal students, and a leaders will gather focussed approach Tom Fletcher at the Kwanwatsi to bringing aborigiB.C. Views Big House to sign nal culture into their historic fourth Enhanced our schools, with the way of Aboriginal Education Agree- knowing and the richness that ment. entails,” SD72 Superintendent While recognizing it operates Tom Longridge says. “It’s not in the traditional territories of just to enrich aboriginal outthe Laich-kwil-tach Nations, comes, but to acknowledge and the school district will be learn from aboriginal ways of treated to a blessing and songs knowing.” before dignitaries sit down to In terms of outcomes, the sign the five-year accord. series of enhanced agreements A far cry from the assimila- have had a measurable impact, tion model of the residential with students’ grades, advance-

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DAVE DAVE HAMILTON HAMILTON

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DARCEY DARCEY WOOD WOOD

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ment and graduation rates all trending upward since the first agreement was signed in 1999. The EA plays an important enough role in Campbell River’s education system that its goals are built into the school district’s 2014-18 strategic plan. But it is a living document and very much a work in progress, with all parties acknowledging work must continue to position First Nations students to not only learn and graduate, but to do so with what Longridge terms “purpose and options” for employment and leadership roles in their community. “Over the years it’s certainly improved, but we won’t be satisfied until those outcomes are the same as every child in the district,” he said. “We’re not sitting on our laurels here; we want to be the best in the province and do the best we can for all the children in our district.” It is a noble goal, and one worth celebrating. That celebration resumes, in full regalia, beginning at 10:30 a.m. today.

DEAN DEAN TAYLOR TAYLOR

JACQUIE JACQUIE DUNS DUNS

MARILYN MARILYN KIRKBY KIRKBY

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Mirror editor awarded Silver Quill 

Campbell River Mirror Editor Alistair Taylor received a Silver Quill Award from the Canadian Community Newspapers Association on the weekend. Taylor was presented the award in recognition of “25 years of distinguished service to the newspaper industry.” Taylor has actually worked in the industry for 29 years, 26 of them as editor of the Mirror. He started his career with a short stint at the Delta Optimist before moving to the Yukon News in Whitehorse where he worked for two-and-ahalf years before taking up the editor’s position at the Mirror in 1989. He’s seen a lot of changes in the industry and at the Mirror over the years but attributes his long tenure in the job to his love for the community as a place to start and raise a family as well as the greatest co-workers, working environ-

Thursday April 30th

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Mirror Editor Alistair Taylor has seen a lot of stories come and go during his 26 years at the Campbell River Mirror. He was presented with a Silver Quill award by the Canadian Community Newspapers Association on the weekend for 25 years of service to the newspaper industry.

ment and employer you could ever want. “I’ve never had a better offer than what I have here in Campbell River,” Taylor said. Taylor met his wife Lynne in Whitehorse and

they moved to Campbell River in 1989 where they soon welcomed to their family son Robbie and daughter Hannah. Along the way, Taylor has received industry awards for writing and

photography as well as helping guide the paper to general excellence awards over the years, most recently last year. The Silver Quill was presented at the British Columbia and Yukon

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Campbell River Tourism Promotion Society is pleased to introduce Campbell River’s newest webcam. The webcam overlooks the south end of the Discovery Passage and features spectacular views of the coastal mountains and Campbell River’s world famous fishing grounds. The webcam will pan through 20 programmable views including two Campbell River landmarks, the Cape Mudge lighthouse and Mittlenatch Island. The views also include wildlife, marine traffic including cruise ships and beautiful sun rises over Quadra Island and the coastal mountains. For several years now, Campbell River Tourism has been watching

the interest level in webcams rise. In 2014, campbellrivertourism.com saw an increase of 138 per cent over the previous year for Campbell River webcam searches. The webcam page is the second most bookmarked page on the website and Social Media shares are up 600 per cent over 2013. As a result, the Board of Directors decided to install a state-of-the-art, pan/tilt/zoom network webcam enclosed in a heated dome built for the marine climate. “Our visitors and our local residents have been looking for Campbell River webcams so we searched for the right camera and location and feel that we have it here,” says Chris

Steffens, the president of Campbell River Tourism. “The one camera shows views of the whole south end of the Discovery Passage. Whether you are sitting in another time zone planning a vacation here or you are a local looking for the current fishing conditions, this webcam will show you what you need.” Campbell River Tourism Promotional Society is a volunteer organization and is solely funded by memberships. One of the benefits of a membership is a direct link to embed the webcam in your website. To become a member contact info@campbellrivertourism.com and to view the webcam visit, www.campbellrivertourism.com

2015/2016 Annual Operating Budget Development: Special Public Meeting on May 5, 2015

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The Board of Education for School District 72 will be holding a special public meeting to hear public input concerning the development of its 2015/2016 annual operating budget. The special public meeting will be held on Tuesday, May 5, 2015 at the School Board Office (425 Pinecrest Road), beginning at 7:30 p.m. Public submissions submitted by the previously advertised deadline of noon on April 28, 2015 will be heard at this meeting. The Board plans to adopt the 2015/2016 annual operating budget on May 26, 2015. Budget information can be found on the district website at: www.sd72.bc.ca

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Campbell River building earns top commercial building award Two new Campbell River buildings won awards at the Commercial Building Awards last week while one earned a runner-up recognition. The Broadstreet Properties and Seymour Pacific Developments building was awarded the top honour at the eighth Annual Vancouver Island Real Estate Board Commercial Building Awards Thursday, April 23 at the Coast Bastion Hotel. Broadstreet and Seymour Pacific earned the Judges’ Choice honour for Best Overall Entry as well as the Excellence Award in the Office category of the gala. Berwick by the Sea won an excellence award for a multi-family building while Oak Manor, the new apartment complex off 2nd Avenue was given a merit award (runner-up) for multi-family. There were a total of 34 entries from the Cowichan Valley to Campbell River represented at the gala. A team of independent judges assessed each of the projects in 11 categories that were completed between Jan. 1 and Dec. 31, 2014. Re/MAX Commercial was the Platinum Sponsor for the event, with Colliers International and Coastal Community Credit Union in as Gold Sponsors. Category sponsors included the Business Development Bank of Canada, Canadian Western Bank, DTZ Barnicke, RBC Royal Bank, MNP LLP, and the Nanaimo Economic Development Corporation, Invest Comox Valley and the Vancouver Island Construction Association (VICA). Business Examiner Vancouver Island coordinated the event.

Seymour Pacific Developments’ property at Alder and St. Ann’s won a Vancouver Island Real Estate Board Commercial Building award April 23.

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Walk for Hearts dedicated to Joyce’s memory The Campbell River Branch of the First Open Heart Society invites everyone to attend its annual Walk for Hearts on May 3. The walk is a fun family affair with refreshments provided and prizes for adults and children which are won by draws following the walk. All children receive a prize. The participants either provide a donation or gather pledges from others to raise funds for this event which benefits cardiac patients from the whole North Island and

Campbell River Hospital. Tax receipts are provided. This year’s Walk for Hearts is dedicated in memory of Joyce Campbell, a very talented, resourceful woman who could take on any challenge thrown her way from changing a tire, to laying floors to making beautiful quilts. She and her husband Harold also were staunch supporters of the Walk for Hearts. Campbell passed away in February. A small group of people founded the Camp-

bell River Branch of the First Open Heart Society 30 years ago. The group meets ever y fourth Wednesday of the month at the Community Centre from September through May. The Campbell River Branch of the First Open Heart Society is a Vancouver Island cardiac support group with branches in Victoria, Cowichan Valley, Nanaimo, Port Alberni, Courtenay and Campbell River. Victoria (the head office) owns and operates Heart House which

is a Bed & Breakfast within walking distance of the Royal Jubilee Hospital for the use and comfort of North Island patients and their families. C a mp b e l l R i v e r ’s branch has furnished the “Campbell River Room.” Since 1990 the Campbell River Branch of the First Open Heart Society has donated $288,157.41 for cardiac equipment at Campbell River Hospital which includes funds for nurses’ and technicians’ education in cardiac courses. The group’s primary

function is not to raise money for hospital equipment but to provide support for local heart patients and their families, who are facing or recovering from heart surgery or experiencing any other heart or cardio-vascular related problem or procedure. This may be moral support and/or financial support for people in need to obtain medical treatment in Vancouver or Victoria. Special emphasis is given to families with children facing surgery for heart related prob-

lems at Children’s Hospital in Vancouver. The group is not affiliated in any way with the Heart and Stroke Foundation, rather it is a local support group that hosts one fundraiser per year. The funds raised at the Walk for Hearts stay local and are used for North Island heart patients, cardiac equipment for the Campbell River Hospital, cardiac education for nurses and technicians and occasionally for Heart House which is used by North Island patients and their families.

The group does not receive any government funding or grants and is completely run by volunteers. Registration for Walk for Heart on May 3 is at 1:30 p.m. and the walk begins at 2 p.m. from the Willow Point Hall and goes along the Sea Walk, then returns to the Hall. Anyone interested in joining the Campbell River Branch of the First Open Heart Society can contact Ken at 923-3466 or Ed at 287-3096 with any questions and for information on group meetings.

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Locally Raised BC Poultry

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for

99

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99

3

California “Berry Bowl”

Whole Frying Chicken

Pepsi, Schweppes or 7Up 1lt

Island Farms

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4lt

99

¢ LICABL PP

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5

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PLUS A

9

99

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Meat

Canadian

Beef Simmering Short Ribs

Canadian AA

11.00 per kg

Boneless Cross Rib Pot Roast 13.20 per kg

5

99

4

99

Per

LB

Schneiders

LB

Schneiders

Schneiders

Country Naturals Chicken

Per

Meat Pies

Fort Hardy

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400gr

750gr

Fully Cooked Pork Back Ribs

480-720gr

7

6

7

for

30%

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Extra Virgin Olive Oil

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5

99

Lasgana Sheets

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360gr

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86-110gr

99

Olivieri

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Instant Noodles

600-700gr

600ml

85gr

99

¢

99

Parmesan Cheese

5

5

99

Iogo

Yogurt or Nano Drinkable Yogurt

250gr

99

12x100gr

Kraft

Pasta Sauce

Filled Pasta

Probio Yogurt

2

99

¢

Mr. Noodles

6

99

350gr

Bowl Noodles

4/

and more...

Iogo

Regular or Non Filtrato, 500ml - 1lt

Mr. Noodles

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7

99

2$

99

568gr

3

99

5

99

650gr or 6x93ml

299


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Bone in Pork Butt Steak 7.69 per kg

Imported

Strip Loin Grilling Steak

3x8oz

3

49 Per

LB

Hertel’s

Olymel

Olymel

375gr

450gr

Bacon

Fresh Gourmet Sausages

Grimm’s

Sizzlin’ & Bavarian Smokies

Wieners

450gr

11.00 per kg

4

50% 8

8

2$

99

Works out to $1.25 each.

12

$

Per

for

LB

BUY 1 Del Monte

2$ for

Offer in effect April 27-May 3, 2015.

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canned fruit 398ml

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Ah, The Pleasures of Great Choices.....

Chapman’s

Sorbet

for

REGULAR PRICES

GET 1

Excludes Pineapple

Everland

Organic Coconut Oil or Quinoa

2lt

500ml or 681gr

Del Monte

Stouffer’s

Real Fruit Frozen Bars

Bistro Crustini

3

6

12x50ml

256gr

99

99

Frozen Yogurt

99

for

Stouffer’s

Stouffer’s

640gr

201-340gr

Saute Sensations

Sara Lee

Creme Pie

5

4

2$

2lt

4

Everland

99

for

Skinny Cow Frozen Treats Assorted Sizes

4

2

99

4

99

Everland

100% Pure Coconut Water

520ml

LICABL PP

EES EF

5

99

5

3$

Nestle

Dinner Entree

555-652gr

99

Organic Coconut Milk

400ml

PLUS A

Chapman’s

10

2$

5

4$ for


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Kraft

Dressing

Heinz

Rogers

Prices in effect April 27 - May 03 2015 Christie

Belvita Crunch Breakfast Bites

Folgers

Flour

475ml

Picnic Pack

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Classic Roast Ground Coffee

10kg

3x375ml

920gr

5

99

Kraft

2

99

Bull’s Eye

Cracker Barrel Cheese Slices

7

Saputo

Feta Cheese

77

Armstrong

Armstrong

600gr

210gr

7

77 Rice Works

Kraft

Barbecue Sauce

5

Cappuccino or Latte 8x14-18.5gr

Selected, 265-300gr

156gr

400g

Nescafe

Christie

Cookies

Gourmet Rice Crisps

Jet-Puffed Marshmallows

425ml

2

100-200gr

99

99

Natural Cheese Snacks

Cheese

170-200gr

Nescafe

Instant Coffee

250gr

220-240gr

3

99

5

2$ for

Knorr

Knorr

112-167gr

Black Diamond

2

77

99

Shredded Cheese

for

Cheestrings

Restaurante Tortilla Chips

336gr

276-384gr

Value Size Bars or Snacks

890ml

3

99

5

2$ for

Dairyland

Snack Better

Nature Valley, General Mills or Betty Crocker

Mayonnaise

900ml

5

3$

Black Diamond

Old Dutch

340gr

Hellmann’s

Simply Broth

Pasta or Rice Sidekicks

5

3$ for

7

2

99

2% or Chocolate Milk

Sahale Snacks

473ml

113-142gr

272-552gr

375-454gr

for

3

Classico

99

225gr

San Pellegrino

for

Casa Fiesta

Seasoning Mix

Casa Fiesta

Casa Fiesta

35-40gr

LICABL PP

Refried Black Beans 398ml

for

10

2lt

3

Kraft

Sparkling Spring Water

2

99

Kraft

Philadelphia Dips

Selected, 454-800gr

LICABL PP

99

¢

Philadelphia Cream Cheese Spread

227gr

Olympic

Sour Cream 500ml

250gr

10

3$ for

128-142gr

99

334-433gr

4$

Aquel

It’s Never too Early to Go for a Refreshing Dip!

Assorted Sizes

Fried Potatoes

Traditional or Ultra Thin Crust Pizza

Angie’s

3

Cinco De Mayo Green Chilies or Sliced Jalapenos

5

99

McCain

McCain

900gr

4

5

2$

99

¢

EES EF

5

for

EES EF

for

99

5

2$

for

Boom Chicka Pop

6x330ml

3 2$

4

Sparkling Fruit Beverage

3lt

A Pinch of Goodness and a Dash of Delight!

Fried Potatoes

600gr

275-300gr

99

McCain

Dry Roasted Peanuts

220gr

2$

99

Planters

Box Potato Chips

Canola Oil

410-650ml

99

Old Dutch

Planters

Peanuts Resealable Bag

Capri

Pasta Sauce

¢

for

PLUS A

Barilla

Pasta

5

3$

Planters

Cashews

499

PLUS A

99

¢

6

2$

499

2

99

5

3$ for

99

¢

5

3$ for

2

99

10

3$ for

10

4$ for


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Kraft

Dressing

Heinz

Rogers

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Belvita Crunch Breakfast Bites

Folgers

Flour

475ml

Picnic Pack

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Classic Roast Ground Coffee

10kg

3x375ml

920gr

5

99

Kraft

2

99

Bull’s Eye

Cracker Barrel Cheese Slices

7

Saputo

Feta Cheese

77

Armstrong

Armstrong

600gr

210gr

7

77 Rice Works

Kraft

Barbecue Sauce

5

Cappuccino or Latte 8x14-18.5gr

Selected, 265-300gr

156gr

400g

Nescafe

Christie

Cookies

Gourmet Rice Crisps

Jet-Puffed Marshmallows

425ml

2

100-200gr

99

99

Natural Cheese Snacks

Cheese

170-200gr

Nescafe

Instant Coffee

250gr

220-240gr

3

99

5

2$ for

Knorr

Knorr

112-167gr

Black Diamond

2

77

99

Shredded Cheese

for

Cheestrings

Restaurante Tortilla Chips

336gr

276-384gr

Value Size Bars or Snacks

890ml

3

99

5

2$ for

Dairyland

Snack Better

Nature Valley, General Mills or Betty Crocker

Mayonnaise

900ml

5

3$

Black Diamond

Old Dutch

340gr

Hellmann’s

Simply Broth

Pasta or Rice Sidekicks

5

3$ for

7

2

99

2% or Chocolate Milk

Sahale Snacks

473ml

113-142gr

272-552gr

375-454gr

for

3

Classico

99

225gr

San Pellegrino

for

Casa Fiesta

Seasoning Mix

Casa Fiesta

Casa Fiesta

35-40gr

LICABL PP

Refried Black Beans 398ml

for

10

2lt

3

Kraft

Sparkling Spring Water

2

99

Kraft

Philadelphia Dips

Selected, 454-800gr

LICABL PP

99

¢

Philadelphia Cream Cheese Spread

227gr

Olympic

Sour Cream 500ml

250gr

10

3$ for

128-142gr

99

334-433gr

4$

Aquel

It’s Never too Early to Go for a Refreshing Dip!

Assorted Sizes

Fried Potatoes

Traditional or Ultra Thin Crust Pizza

Angie’s

3

Cinco De Mayo Green Chilies or Sliced Jalapenos

5

99

McCain

McCain

900gr

4

5

2$

99

¢

EES EF

5

for

EES EF

for

99

5

2$

for

Boom Chicka Pop

6x330ml

3 2$

4

Sparkling Fruit Beverage

3lt

A Pinch of Goodness and a Dash of Delight!

Fried Potatoes

600gr

275-300gr

99

McCain

Dry Roasted Peanuts

220gr

2$

99

Planters

Box Potato Chips

Canola Oil

410-650ml

99

Old Dutch

Planters

Peanuts Resealable Bag

Capri

Pasta Sauce

¢

for

PLUS A

Barilla

Pasta

5

3$

Planters

Cashews

499

PLUS A

99

¢

6

2$

499

2

99

5

3$ for

99

¢

5

3$ for

2

99

10

3$ for

10

4$ for


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Deli & Cheese

Freybe

Schneiders

Fat Free or Tomato Basil Turkey Breast

2

1

49 100 gr

Sushi

69

Per

100 gr

285gr

227gr

3

3

49

5

99 Dinner for Two

Spring Roll

99

Medium

Deli Salad

10 Piece Sushi Lovers

Available at select stores only.

Per

100 gr

Calzone

Tribe

Hummus

8 Piece Happy California Rolls

Cooked or Smoked Chicken Breast

1

99

Per

799

Maplelodge

Smoked Bavarian Ham

•Greek •Macaroni •Red Potato with Sour Cream •Broccoli & Grape

22

95

5

99

1

49

Available at select stores only.

Seafood • Quality Foods

3

99

Previously Frozen

Sockeye Salmon Fillets

Fresh

Skinless Halibut Fillets

1

99

Per

100 gr

per 100gr

Previously Frozen

Frozen or Previously Frozen

Digby Scallops 10/20 size

Jelly Beans

3

Machine Peeled Shrimp

99 100 gr

Quality Fresh

English Licorice Allsorts, 220gr

49

Per

100 gr

Quality Fresh

Quality Fresh

90gr

Unsalted, 325gr

Hold the Salt Pine Nuts

Sweet Treats

¢

2

29

Per

199

per 100gr

Hold the Salt Pepitas

499

499


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Mini Apple or Cherry Strudel

Bakery

Calabrese Buns

Calabrese Bread

2

49

Chocolate Chip Muffins

for

Golden West

D’Italiano

English Muffins

Bread

6’s

3

600-675gr

99

$

for

6 pack

Turtle Cheesecake

9” Apple Pie

4

2$

2

99

2

Cheesecake Slice

Works Out to

2

$ .00 each

Country Harvest

Bread

Selected , 675gr

12

6

99

99

5

2$ for

Works Out to

2

$ .35 each

Quality Foods • Taste for Life Kii Naturals

Dairyland

Tazo

Crisps Artisan Crackers

Santa Cruz

Cream, Creamo or Creamer

Tea

Organic Apple Juice

Selected, 946ml-1lt

24’s

2.84lt

150gr

399

L’ancetre

Seattle’s Best Coffee

200gr

340gr

Organic Cheese

Organic Sugar

Selected, 454-681gr

99

99

Purex

Dragon Towels

Double Roll Bathroom Tissue

LICABL PP

EES EF

3

5

99

7

Wholesome Sweeteners

Ground Coffee

4

299 PLUS A

399

Household

Surf

Bamboo Sheets

Glad

Liquid Laundry Detergent

20’s

Containers & Lids

Selected, Assorted Sizes

Fresh Wave, 1.63lt

8-12’s

5

99

4

99

77

3

99

2

99


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NEW APPY SPECIAL!

Washington ”Premium”

Pink Lady Apples

1

3.28 per kg

49

6

7

2$

3.28 per kg

3

99

California “Bolthouse”

Baby Cut Carrots 2lb bag

Taylor Farms

7

2

69

for

99

¢

Mexican “Ready to Eat”

Fresh Cantaloupe

per

2.18 per kg

LB

Natural Organics

4.5” Unforgettable Vegstarters

2$

2lb bag

Fresh Honeydew Melon, 2.18 per kg

3’s

4” Premium Basket Stuffers

Vancouver Island “Hot House”

Mini Cucumbers

Mexican “Ready to Eat”

Romaine Hearts

for

LB

Fresh Broccoli Crowns

LB

for

Per

California “Premium”

Per

2$

1

49

Washinton Grown

Organic Yellow Onions, 3lb bag

5

2$ for

Washington ”Extra Fancy”

Organic Fuji Apples, 4.39 per kg

1

99 Per

LB

California Grown

Organic Cello Carrots, 2lb bag

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training ground for previous generations of musicians. From the SeaGate Hotel in Port Hardy to Vancouver’s Barnett and American Hotel, Jones said, bars the length of the Sunshine Coast have fallen victim to drinking-anddriving laws, indoor smoking bans and a general cultural shift. “Like the lyrics say, when I was young I wanted to go play the bars,” said Jones. “There was a big bar scene when I played in the (19)70s and 80s and early 90s, a large amount of places to play. You need a place like that for guys to start. “Jess and I moved on and became recording artists, but we needed that so we could make a living at it and perfect our craft. And it’s kind of sad that it’s disappeared.” Lee, a three-time Juno nominee and founding member of Midnight Rodeo, says the trend extends well beyond the Sunshine Coast. “It’s all over,” he said. “In Alberta, all over Canada and the States. When Lorne said he wanted to do a video of the song, ‘cause it kind of fits the

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Jess Lee, left, and Lorne Jones perform Jones’ song They’re Tearing Our Honky-tonks Down during recording of a video at the Quinsam Hotel last Thursday night.

times, I said, ‘Yeah, we’ll get behind you on that.’” Quinsam Hotel manager Sid Tarsey noted that while the Quinsam is being closed under its current ownership, there are no plans to actually tear down the venerable building, erected beginning in 1917. The Cape Mudge Band has been seeking a buyer for the Quinnie. Jones plans to send

a fog machine was used to give the bar the old, smoke-filled look for the camera. “I’d love to go back and see it all again,” Jones said of the honky-tonk heyday. “There were a lot of us who came up through that together in Vancouver. Now we see the younger generation doesn’t have that, so I wrote a song about it.”

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Jones and Lee were joined by Savage West frontman Rob Rowan, local guitarist/producer Johnny Young, Bob Grant on drums, Blaine Dunaway on fiddle and Pete Pringle on keyboard. They played traditional sets of songs ranging from original country tunes to country and early rock-and-roll covers. During each set, they inserted a take of They’re Tearing Our Honkytonks Down while finetuning their play on a song the group had never rehearsed together. “I’ve heard this song twice now, and obviously Jess doesn’t know the lyrics yet,” Dunaway said during the break after the first set, when Lee had to improvise a brief scat to cover a missed line of lyric. “It makes it a little difficult.” Rowan, who joined the group for the second set and sang along with Lee,

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Dancestreams, Vancouver Island’s longest established youth dance company, is coming to Campbell River for one show only this Sunday at the Tidemark Theatre.  Dancers in the Company are chosen annually by audition, and for thirty years they have been coming together for six hours every Sunday from September to May, in addition to their home studio training. They come from a variety of communities and studios in order to learn in a non-competitive, professional atmosphere.  Dancestreams, sponsored by the Vancouver Island Youth Dance

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Beach Poemers open mic returns The second Beach Poemers open mic poetry reading is scheduled for Thursday evening, and the event has been confirmed as a monthly opportunity at FoggDukkers coffee shop on the Island Highway. The reading begins at 6:30 p.m. Thursday and is open to all who would like to share their original

spoken-word pieces or enjoy hearing others read. With light lasting longer and the shop open later in the evening that during the debut reading in February, a poetry appreciation section will follow the reading. This will give participants a chance to read their favourite poems from other poets.

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Quadra Island Emergency Preparedness & Public Safety Fair (12 – 4 PM) May 7: Campbell River ESS, Search & Rescue, Fire & BC Wildfire Branch School Preparedness Visits May 9: Campbell River Fire Department Open House (Fire Hall 1, 10 AM – 2 PM) June 2: Community Evacuation and Reception Centre Opening Exercise (Willow Point) Crews assemble cranes onto the John Hart Dam itself as the next phase of the John Hart Dam Generating Station replacement project.

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The personal household property abandoned by Steven James Haight and Kimberley Ann Haight, former tenants of 411 Quadra Avenue, Campbell River, BC V9W 6T8, will be disposed of unless claimed by Steven James Haight and or Kimberley Ann Haight, or by a person who establishes a legal right to the said property before 30 days from this post.

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Mary KOECHER November 23, 1932 - April 21, 2015

Mary Koecher passed away peacefully April 21, 2015 with daughters Annabell, Lilly & Diane by her side in her home at New Horizons Care Home in Campbell River, BC.

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John passed away suddenly on Thursday afternoon. John was predeceased by Margaret, his wife of nearly 50 years, and will always be remembered by his siblings, Margaret (Hori), David (Ruth) and Elizabeth; his children Annette and David (along with their partners, Ross and Erika); and grandchildren Ryan, Kathryn, Rachael and Emily. John will also be remembered by many that he met over his long career with the Campbell River School District, working at Maple, Willow Point, Campbellton and Discovery Passage Elementary schools, as well as the district office.

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July 5, 1951-April 27, 2010

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Campbell River Mirror Wed, Apr 29, 2015 COMMUNITY ANNOUNCEMENTS

COMMUNITY ANNOUNCEMENTS

PERSONALS

LOST AND FOUND

ALL MALE Hot Gay Hookups! Call FREE! 1-800-462-9090. only 18 and over.

FOUND SET of keys in Robson Park, Apr 22. Call to identify then claim. (250)914-1511.

AVALON RELAXATION Massage. Certified European Masseuse. An exquisite escape. 250-204-0956 By Appt.

BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES

EDUCATION/TRADE SCHOOLS

LABOURERS

FIREARMS SAFETY TRAINING

SEASONAL FARM WORKERS NEEDED at

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P.A.L. C.O.R.E. May 2nd Course starts 7:30am

GETAWAYS

IF YOU ARE LOOKING FOR: • Someone who has a zest for life • Loves to play cards • Enjoy each others company over a home cooked meal • And wants to explore new adventures... as long as I am home in time to watch the news, I may be the silver haired 70+ yr old, retired gentleman you have been looking for Reply to file M137, c/o Campbell River Mirror, 104 250 Dogwood St., Campbell River, BC V9W 2X9.

RESTRICTED To be determined

LONG BEACH - Ucluelet Deluxe waterfront cabin, sleeps 6, BBQ. Spring Special. 2 nights $239 or 3 nights $299 Pets Okay. Rick 604-306-0891

Contact, Sign up & Pay ~ TYEE MARINE ~ 250-287-2641 250-334-2942 ~ GUN SMOKE ~ 250-286-0986 ~ GRANLUND FIREARMS ~ 250-286-9996

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CAREER OPPORTUNITIES AREA SUPERVISOR – LOUISIANA-PACIFIC CANADA LTD - MALAKWA WOODLANDS DIVISION LP is seeking a highly motivated individual to supervise harvesting, road construction, road maintenance and other forestry operations in the Malakwa BC area. KEY RESPONSIBILITIES: - Supervision of Contract Harvesting, Road Construction & Maintenance Activities. - Inspections for Compliance and quality control - Review field layout working with Planning Forester. - This is a field oriented position; 80%+ of time will be in the field. QUALIFICATIONS: - Driver’s License required. - Strong communication, negotiation, interpersonal and computer skills. EDUCATION: - Forest Technician diploma or Bachelor’s degree in Forestry is preferred; Or equivalent combination of education and experience. EXPERIENCE: 5 + years’ forestry and supervisory experience. Apply with Resume & References to: Fernando.Cocciolo@LPCorp.com by May 23, 2015.

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HELP WANTED LOOKING FOR LYNDA... Do you like to create/sculpt/build/work with your hands? Are you cool under pressure? Committed to high quality? Shoreline Orthodontics is looking to replace our Lab Technician, Lynda, who is leaving shortly to pursue a higher interest, Retirement! Lynda has transformed our business, arriving early, producing staggering numbers of retainers, and generally rockin’ and rollin’ in the lab since 1997. If you are dedicated, fast moving, and take amazing pride in your work like Lynda, we’d love to hear from you. Willing to train the right applicant. Wages to commensurate with experience. Please email your resume to ph-cindy@shaw.ca. Feel free to attach a photo of your latest project with your resume and cover letter that highlights just how good you are with your hands! MOREL MUSHROOM Pickers Wanted for Northern BC. Call Bill or Trudy (250)287-8683.

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Shelter Point Berries to start July 2015. 40 - 60 hrs/wk $10.49/hr. Work includes pruning, tying, weeding, and harvesting fruit. Work is outdoors in all weather conditions & physically demanding.

Fax resumes to: 250-752-7566. PROFESSIONAL/ MANAGEMENT

CAMPBELL RIVER FAMILY SERVICES SOCIETY âœąhas an opening for the position of Summer Student Program Support Worker. This is a 14 week position (May 19 – August 21, 2015). Applicants must have attended fulltime post-secondary school this year and be enrolled full-time in postsecondary for September 2015. Preference will be given to students studying in the Human Services Field (Psychology, Education, Child & Youth Care, Social Work, Nursing). Applicants must be under the age of 30. This is a 35 hours per week position with a rate of pay of $13./hr. Submit resumes by May 8, 2015 to: CR Family Services Society, 487-10th Ave Campbell River, BC V9W 4E4. Attention: Camille Lagueux, Executive Director

VOLUNTEERS

PERMANENT, F/T REPAIR & MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN

Volunteer Requests for April 29, 2015 Greenways Land Trust: Help with their annual Broom Bash – May 2 from 10a.m.-12p.m. Tim Hortons will provide coffee, Timbits and t-shirts. Wear sturdy shoes and sensible clothes. Gloves and cutting equipment provided. Planting and litter-picking for families with children. Meet at Myrt Thompson trail, signs will be posted. Campbell River Women’s Centre & Senior Peer Counselling Program: Semi-annual Beauty Day – Tuesday, May 26. Volunteers needed for set up/clean up or assist with greeting and wait lists or with make-up or nails. Set up starting at 10 am and event from noon till 3pm.

Canadian Cancer Society: Event day Volunteers are needed to support Relay for Life on June 19 from 6pm – Midnight. Volunteers are required for one shift of 4 hours in a variety of areas including event and volunteer registration, food and beverage, running activities, setting up and taking down. For these and many more volunteer opportunities, contact Volunteer Campbell River at 287-8111 Or check our web site www.volunteercr.ca Click “I want to Volunteer� to see volunteer opportunities in the community.

Only those selected for an interview will be contacted. No phone calls please. Interviews will be held week of May 11/15.

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We are looking for a combination of education and experience in writing, reporting, photography and video skills. Experience with InDesign is also an asset. The journalist must be a self-starter comfortable reporting news, features and sports. We require a team player who can work in a cooperative environment and adheres to the highest journalistic standards. We offer a competitive salary and benefit package based on experience. You must also have a valid driver's licence and a dependable vehicle. The North Island Gazette is a member of Black Press, Canada’s largest independent print media company with more than 170 community, daily and urban newspapers across Canada and the United States. Send your resume and references to: Kathy O'Reilly-Taylor Publisher, North Island Gazette c/o Campbell River Mirror 104 - 250 Dogwood St. Campbell River, B.C. V9W 2X9 Or e-mail: publisher@northislandgazette.com

WORK WANTED GRANDMA’S AND PA’S You grow it, we mow it. Just been accepted to university. I’ve recently started MOW BROS Lawncare. Call Taylor 250830-4505 (after 3pm) HUSBAND for RENT- all household chores, renovations, gardening, carpentry, painting, cleaning. No job to small. 1(250)898-7771.

PERSONAL SERVICES EDUCATION/TUTORING

ORACLE TUTORING

• Grades K - 12 & College. • All subjects.

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LEGAL ASSISTANT REQUIRED

Legal Assistant required to start immediately for a IXOOWLPH SRVLWLRQ ([SHULHQFH LQ WKH ÀHOG RI OLWLJDWLRQ is required. Submit a resume with a cover letter and references to the attention of Lynda White at Shook Wickham Bishop & Field by Fax: 250-287-8375 or by email to white@crlawyers.ca NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE. Deadline for submissions is 4:00 p.m. Wednesday, April 29, 2015. We thank all applicants in advance for their interest; only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

Full Time CDA

Are you ready for a new adventure? Being beside the ocean and world class hiking? The North Island Gazette newspaper on northern Vancouver Island, is looking for a reporter to help us produce dynamic and creative content for our print, web and social media platforms.

Please forward cover letter and separate resume by email to: fordc.mlt@gmail.com no later than May 8, 2015. We regret that only those selected for interview will be contacted.

HELP WANTED

School District 72 (Campbell River)

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

Active Campbell River Marine Transportation Company is seeking to fill the above position immediately. It is essential that the successful candidate is available for flexible scheduling, holds a 4th Class Transport Canada Marine Engineer – Motor Certificate or Millwright experience and skills and/or full working knowledge of marine transportation equipment including diesel, gasoline, hydraulics, AC and DC electrical. This individual willingly takes direction and also works well in a team environment.

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Fish Health Manager The Fish Health Manager will support the aÄ?Ć&#x;Ç€iĆ&#x;es oĨ the seterinarian anÄš ireÄ?tor oĨ WroÄšuÄ?Ć&#x;on͘ Ĺľphasis will Ä?e on the iĹľproÇ€eĹľentÍ• auÄšiĆ&#x;ngÍ• anÄš ĹľaintenanÄ?e oĨ Ä?oĹľpanLJ proÄ?eÄšures pertaining to Ä?ioseÄ?uritLJ͕ ÄŽsh healthÍ• anÄš ĨooÄš saĨetLJ͘

TRADES, TECHNICAL

Creative Orthodontics POWDERMAN Campbell River

DLS – BUCKER Campbell River

Complete job details can be viewed at: http://www.westernforest.com/building-value/ our-people-employment/careers/

We are looking for a full time CDA, preferably with orthodontic module, but not required. If you’ve been looking to enter the ortho field or just looking for a friendly, family oriented practice to work with, then we would love to meet you. Room for variety of skills. If you would like more information, or to submit a resume, please email or call us. 250.286.6322 - apply@creativeorthodontics.ca

Human Resource Department Facsimile: 1.866.840.9611 Email: resumes@westernforest.com As only short listed candidates will be contacted, WFP thanks you in advance for your interest in our Company. Please visit us at www.westernforest.com

LARGE FUND Borrowers Wanted Start saving hundreds of dollars today! We can easily approve you by phone. 1st, 2nd or 3rd mortgage money is available right now. Rates start at Prime. Equity counts. We don’t rely on credit, age or income. Call Anytime 1-800-639-2274 or 604-430-1498. Apply online www.capitaldirect.ca

HOME/BUSINESS SERVICES

Western Forest Products Inc. is a margin focused integrated company safely producing lumber from coastal forests. If you believe that you have the skills and qualifications that we are looking for, please reply in confidence:

GET BACK ON TRACK! Bad credit? Bills? Unemployed? Need Money? We Lend! If you own your own home - you qualify. Pioneer Acceptance Corp. Member BBB. 1-877-987-1420 www.pioneerwest.com

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CLEANING SERVICES J.P.S. HOUSECLEANING

Specializing in moving in/out, general cleaning. Accepting new clients. Call Judy 250-286-3963 or 250-203-1567. Sit back, it’s done!

ELECTRICAL ELECTRICIAN Small jobs to new construction. B Connected Electrical. 250-204-2168. www.bzzzt.ca


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SPRING HERE! Gardening, Pruning, Top Dressing, Small Landscaping Designs & Rubbish Removal Gabriele (250)205-0661

MERCHANDISE FOR SALE

MERCHANDISE FOR SALE

REAL ESTATE

UNDER $200

MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE

FOR SALE BY OWNER

QUALITY FRIGIDAIRE deep freeze, white, upright, 5’x2’x2.5’, $100. Leather, lazyboy, 3 seater sofa, plum $65. Pine chest of drawers & mirror 3’x4’ long, $85. Bunk bed & mattresses, $150. Occasional tables, $20/each. Pine bar stools, $10/each. Call (250)923-5069.

WATER COOLER $50. Coleman 2 burner stove. Never used. $60. Assorted ceramic pots. Brass & wicker. 250-9145880

ELECTRIC RECLIN/LIFT LaZ-Boy chair. Brown $1000. 250-338-8172 FUTON CUSHION 6� deep, custom made wood double wide - $400. Bedroom suite dbl bed, 5 drawer high boy, 6 drawer dresser with mirror $500. Small computer desk $60. Sears Free Spirit teardmill - $250. All items O.B.O. Call 250-339-4826. HOT TUB Excellent running condition. $1000. 250-2878305. Campbell River. LOVE SEAT - $150. Queen pine bed frame - $100. Round glass coffee table - $30. Electric fireplace - Free. Electric Singer sewing machine in cabinet $30. Woman’s bike (Brand - Giant), as new $100. Call 250-400-3300.

FURNITURE

SPORTING GOODS

FRIENDLY FRANK HOME IMPROVEMENTS Finishing and Renovations Interior Renovations Professional Painting Drywall & Mudding Repair Finish Carpentry, Trim work Custom Fir Kitchens, Fireplace Mantels Husband & Wife Team Free Estimates Design House 250-204-4417 www.DesignHouseBC.com

TV STAND on wheels cabinet underneath. Lamp w/ table combo. Must sell. Offers. Plastic kids swimming pool. 250287-8570 or 250-202-7717

ASSORTED FISHING GEAR Down rigger, long range fish finder etc. Call evenings: 250923-8746. Campbell River.

FULL SERVICE Plumbing from Parker Dean. Fast, reliable, 24/7 service. Take $50 off your next job if you present this ad. Vancouver area. 1800-573-2928.

Landscaping Ponds Minor Repairs Pressure washing Painting 15 % Seniors Discount 250-202-5531 250-203-1046

LANDSCAPING ADAMS TREE SERVICE. Hedge trimming, tree pruning & removal. Stump grinding/removal. Mini excavation. Lawn and garden. 250-203-5324 CURT’S LANDSCAPING tree service, stump removal, pruning of fruit & ornamental trees, hedges. Lawn de thatching & Aeration. Free estimates. Insured. 250-830-8776

PAINTING EVELYN M. Interior Painting: Interior prep to completion. I always use low odour paint. Colour consulting available, free estimates. No muss, no fuss! 250-204-4417.

SAND/GRAVEL/TOPSOIL 100% ORGANIC Black Topsoil, 12yd $325 delivered Courtenay/ Campbell River. Ph. Bob at (250)334-7303.

PORT HARDY: Well maintained 6-plex. Great investment $385,000. Call Noreen 250-949-6319 or email to: imagine.it@cablerocket.com

180 HENRY Rd. Carport/yard sale, household goods, electronics, child run snack and refreshment table, Sat. May 2nd, Sun. May 3rd, 8am-2pm 250 DOGWOOD St., Campbell River Christian School, CRCS Community Garage Sale, concession to benefit the PTF, May 2, 9am-2pm Courtenay Flea Market EVERY SUNDAY from May until end of Sept Puntledge Road past bottle depot No booking required. Space $15 Vendors set up 8am-2pm Call Greg 250-334-1540 SAYWARD_MULTI GARAGE Sales. Sat. May 9. 9am-4pm. Maps available at local businesses/vendors.

MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE

14’x70’ DARTMOUTH Mobile. Blue Spruce Home Park. 2bdrm, 2 bth. Open concept w/ 3’x6’ skylight. 5 appl. One owner. Very clean. To view call 250-923-3304. CR.

FOR SALE OR RENT Patio home 605 Rockland Rd #7 Penny Lane. New Reno’s. Call-250-287-4462

LOVELY CHARACTER home on 1.5 acre. RM1 zoned. 4 bedrooms, 2 full bathrooms, 1,610 sq.ft. detached double carport. There is a 16x16’ shop, wired 220. 2 storage sheds. This home is centrally located. Land and home very well maintained. $385,000. Call 250-286-3947.

GREY CAT lost within the Evergreen and Peterson area. It is a long-haired, timid, neutered male with a shaved back. Reward is offered for safe return. If seen or found, please call 250-287-1291

48 GALLON AQUARIUM Bow front. Stand, filter, heater, canopy & 9 tropical fish included. $200. 250-286-4631

WILLOW POINT 3bdrm 2bath, Backing onto cul-de-sac with ample access. Room for RV/workshop! Recent updates: flooring, roof, siding, windows, garage, gutters, ceiling paint, attic insulated, perim drain, etc. $244,900. 250-8308544. sa_petite@yahoo.com

NANAIMO - FOR SALE BY OWNER with option for rent to own. Million dollar ocean city view. Call for information 250-753-0160, Nanaimo

SINGER SEWING Machine and cabinet. Circa 1911-1915 patented. Open to reasonable offers. Call 778-418-3077 after 6pm. Campbell River.

ALL NEW ITEMS: Heavy Black leather size 44 motorcycle jacket, zip pockets & sleeves, side waist adj. and belt $145. Deluxe Sleep Sound Therapy System 142 sounds, alarm radio, good for sleeping and tinnitus masking $115. Bravetti Counter Convection Oven with rotisserie $100. Last two items still in boxes. Call (250)898-8475.

RARE OPPORTUNITY! Landlord wanted! Beach front, large 1 bdrm condo. Senior seller wishes to remain as tenant. $323,100. Campbell River. Call (250)286-4973.

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902 RAVENHILL RD Fenced for animals with barn, raised garden beds. 3-bdr, 4-bth home on 2 acres near Port Mcneil. 2 car gar.; new roof, flooring and lrg master ensuite. 2,400sf + 800sf finished, walk-out bsmt suite. $415,000. 250-949-0528

AUCTIONS

AUCTIONS

HOMES FOR RENT

HOMES FOR RENT

MERCHANDISE FOR SALE ANTIQUES/VINTAGE

CAMPBELL RIVER

1358 Marwalk Crescent 250-287-3939 www.crauctions.ca Ltd.

“Serving Campbell River & Vancouver Island since 1967�

THURSDAY, APRIL 30 • 6PM

Modern furniture this week. Bedroom suites, queen beds, dining room table & chairs, reproduction antiques & home decor, new art work, new jewellery, coin & stamps, antiques, buckets of driftwood shells, garden benches, 550 sq. ft. of clear grain fir flooring, click vinyl flooring, cappuccino maker, counter heated display, mini pizza oven, vacuums, 8' Leer canopy, beautiful new entrance door, metal cabinet, large shipment of many pallets of Fastenal Bolts, nuts & washers, compressor, welder, outboard, chain saw, Craftsman work bench, air conditioners, new tarps, quality Horizon Oliptical machine, and so much more.

Check out our website, for full ad. Viewing: Wed. 9-5 & Thurs. 9-6

Terms Cash, Visa, M/C, = • SAME DAY REMOVAL • CLOSED TUESDAYS, SATURDAYS & SUNDAYS

VEHICLES WANTED DO YOU have a travel trailer you would like to rent for the 2015 season? Contact Wendy. 250-285-3111.

TRANSPORTATION AUTO ACCESSORIES/ PARTS

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HOUSES FOR SALE

Birch St, Campbell River

1150sqft Ocean view home 2 bdr and 1 bath $1250 per/month. Available May 1, 2015 Alley Access, close to downtown RealPro Property Management 966 Shoppers Row Campbell River, BC V9W 2C5 250-286-1877 admin@realprorealestate.ca

WE WAI KAI Camp-site is looking for travel trailer to rent for 2015 season. Contact Wendy. 250-285-3111 RECREATIONAL VEHICLES FOR SALE

23’ CITATION Class-C motor home. 1987 Ford, 168,000 miles. $4,000. Good condition. Located in Port Hardy. Call (250)949-7676.

TRUCKS & VANS 2 ROOFTOP Cargo boxes. Thule and Yakima. $220 each or best offer. Campbell River. 778-420-5070

2005 FORD RANGER. 4x2 Supercab. 3L, V6 Automatic, A/C, 95000 km $6500. 250339-3819

SURGE GUARD 30 Amp. RV power monitor. $200. 250-9231492. Campbell River.

2006 JEEP Commander 4.7L / 4X4 / V8 / Mechanically in excellent cond. 7 seats. No accidents. Smooth, quiet, & fast, 235hp. Regular maintenance, new roters, wheels, brakes, battery & , transmission,tires 75%, transfer-no issues. Everything automatic, bluetooth, rear and tire sensors, alarm, trailer hitch, no leaks, clean interior. Everything works inside. 158,000. $10,500. 778-348-0020

RENTALS APARTMENT/CONDO

CAMPBELL RIVER- nice 2 bdrm, near town, quiet, adult oriented, no dogs. $685. Call (250)923-3635. CEDARBROOK APTS 2 Bdrm suite avail immed. $725/mnth. Includes heat & hot water. Adult oriented. Indoor cat welcome. On-site laundry. References Required. Call 250-202-2187 www.meicorproperties.com

GROUND FLOOR Apt. Fully furnished. 1 bdrm/1 person. Shared laundry, N/S, N/P; all utilities incl. except phone. $875/mth. 250-923-1707 or 250-203-0592

CARS 1978, BOLER Travel Trailer, 3 way fridge, 3 burner stove, oven, hot water, furnace, awning, bth with shower, good condition, 923-6578, $6,200 obo 1995 Handi-Dart Bus Ford Econo, 5.8L, auto, propane, 7 passenger, 295,000km, new parts, must be seen, $3500 obo. Ph: 250-923-2481

ORCHARD PARK APTS Avail. April 1st. 1 bdrm $625. 2 bdrm $725. Secure bldg. Lrg, newly reno’d, quiet, new carpets, new deck. Private yard. On-site laundry. Indoor spayed or neutered cat welcome. References req’d. Please call 250-202-2187. www.meicorproperty.com

MODULAR HOMES 2 BDRM in Willow Point. Ref’s req’rd. N/S. $850/mnth. Call 250-204-1440 anytime

MARINE BOATS

1998 FORD Taurus- 185,996 km, $1200. or best offer. Summer & Winter tires with rims. Runs Great! Call 250-9231706.

NORTH CAMPBELL RiverF/S, wood & electric heat, $600 unfurnished, can also be furnished (price to be determined). Call (250)286-4800.

ROTARY BEACH- 2 bdrm, large, bright unit in quiet bldg w/ocean view. Discounts may apply, $680. NS/NP. Call (250)286-1175.

PETS PETS

WANTED TO RENT 1 OR 2 bdrm apt for the up coming school year starting July/August 2015 for 1 high school student plus parent. Very responsible family from Cortez Island. Please call 1(250)935-8570.

DALMATION TOWERS 1bdrm available. Close to town. Adult building. Elevator, pay laundry, manager on site. N/P. Ref’s req’d. Call Bill: 250914-0309. RANCHER – 3 Bedroom plus large storage, 1.5 Bath, open kitchen / living area. Hardwood Bamboo Flooring new carpets in bedroom, cozy gas fireplace in living room, wood stove in family room, heat pump and Instantaneous hot water tank. Kitchen fully renovated features maple shaker cabinets, granite throughout, gas cook stove, gas BBQ Outlet on covered deck. Both baths fully renovated with jetted jacuzzi tub in main. Situated on .26 acre lot backing onto green belt with lots of boat and RV Parking. 16x20 detached garage wired for welder $330,000 call to view (250)923-0825.

TRANSPORTATION

HOUSES FOR SALE

CAMPBELL RIVER- 1 bdrm, upper level. Clean, quiet. $640. Avail May 1. NS/NP Call (250)287-3990.

RANCHER. 3 bdrm + office. 2 bth. 19yrs. young. Area w/ newer homes. Great mtn view. Handy to airport, schools, college, Merecroft Mall, pool/rink. Fenced yrd w/ 2 sheds & deck. Single garage.+ work area. $279,000. Please call 250830-0011. Campbell River

RENTALS

BRAND NEW IN VERMONT DRIVE - 3 bedroom rancher, bonus room with a 2 piece bathroom, 1750 sq ft, heat pump, 10 year warranty. Ready to move in. $329,700. Call Jerry at 250-203-5054

OPEN HOUSE Saturdays 10am-1pm. 280 Anne Rd. 1350sqft updated 3bdrm, 2bth rancher on .25 acre close to town! New kitchen, bathrooms, roof, windows & more! $284,900. 250-702-4228. For more photos & info go to:

FOR SALE BY OWNER

GARAGE SALES 1038 ASH St, Sat May 2. 8-12. 5 Family sale. Crystal, plants, quality items, fine dishes, jewelry, clothes, dog house, stained glass, etc

REAL ESTATE

NEW PRICE!!! 12-769 MERECROFT Rd. 1369sqft 2 bdrm patio home. Mntn. view. Beautiful setting. Bareland strata. In a location that can’t be beat. 5 mins. to Merecroft Village. $277,900. 250-2878570 or 250-202-7717. C.R.

REAL ESTATE 4 USED Remote Control reclining lift chairs. $400-$450 Excellent. cond. Why pay over a $1000 or more for a new one? Feel independent once again! Janette 778-348-0020.

VAN ISLE HOME & PROPERTY SERVICE

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12Ft. FIBREGLASS Boat w/ motor and trailer. Asking $1600. 250-287-2969 18 1/2 FT BOAT with trailer. New inboard outboard motor. Please call for a viewing or more information. Courtenay 250-337-1922.

2004 Chevrolet Cavalier, good condition, sun roof, new brakes, only 126,000km, yellow- $3,400. (250)923-5069.

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Chamber Project Supports Employers and New Canadians Chamber Receives IEC-BC Leadership Award Good things sometimes come in threes and when BC Hydro announced its $1.3 billion John Hart Generating Station replacement project, it came at about the same time that Island Health announced not one, but two new hospitals for the north island. With these added to other large construction projects underway in the Campbell River area, it was no surprise that employers were concerned about how to source the necessary skills. With more than $2 billion in construction on the way, the Campbell River & District Chamber of Commerce got creative. They began to assess the skills that would be needed and established a major projects web portal where project owners could list their needs. They found with 360 people to be employed

on the John Hart project alone, they would need to play a role in recruiting skilled workers. “This was a wake-up call for our businesses,” said Chamber CEO Colleen Evans, adding employers realized they didn’t have some of the specific talent skills the projects would require to meet labour needs and they needed to consider new opportunities that included attracting newcomers and skilled immigrants as part of their solution. Through IEC-BC’s Employer Innovations Fund that was funded by the Province of BC, the Chamber created tools to assess employer readiness to recruit immigrants and found many didn’t know where to begin. “We needed to look at how to attract new people and have a welcoming community so they would want to stay,” she said.

With partners that included HR professionals and employers who had successfully recruited immigrants, the Chamber began peer-to-peer mentoring and developed resources and support to build employer capacity to hire new immigrants. As employers gained confidence, they reached out to skilled new Canadians. “It worked. Newcomers are coming to this community,” said Evans. As a pilot partner of IEC-BC’s Connector program, the Chamber is also helping to expand the professional networks of newcomers by connecting local jobready immigrants with local professionals in their occupation and sector. A member of the Vancouver Island Economic Alliance board, Evans has also been spreading the word about the importance of immigrant employment.

Colleen Evans, Chamber CEO

She shared Campbell River’s Connector experience with other employers at a session on workforce development she facilitated in October 2014. The Campbell River Chamber of Commerce commitment and innovative solutions to immigrant employment and integration were recognized by IEC-BC with a

Leadership Recognition Award at its April 9, 2015 awards event. Funded by the Government of Canada, Citizenship and Immigration Canada and the Province of BC, IEC-BC is a provincial non-government organization that stimulates the integration of skilled immigrant talent into the province’s workforce

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Become an Exhibitor Today The Chamber’s new Business Showcase and Afterhours Networking event is one of the most affordable and effective ways for local businesses to promote their products and services to other businesses and the general public. The Showcase takes place at the Maritime Heritage Centre on May 28th from 2pm-6pm immediately followed by the Afterhours Mix and Mingle. Exhibitor applications are now available through the Chamber website at www.campbellriverchamber.ca

“The Business Showcase is a great opportunity for local businesses and organizations to introduce themselves and reconnect with other local retailers and business operators in a cost effective Businessto-business event.” said Colleen Evans, CEO of the Campbell River Chamber. “To add greater value and benefit for our exhibitors, we’ve replaced the fall Business Expo with this spring event and added a new format, venue, pricing structure

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and mix and mingle networking event.” said Evans. Exhibitors will have the opportunity to participate in a speed networking session to kick off the day and then the Showcase opens to the public, a free public event. Immediately following the Showcase, there will be a ticketed Mix and Mingle Afterhours Networking event, another great opportunity to network and celebrate Campbell River’s entrepreneurial spirit.

The Campbell River Chamber is excited to confirm and announce that the Canada-BC Job Grant (CJG) has been extended. The program has been a great success thanks to the initiative taken by Chambers. Between January and March 2015, we helped employers submit almost 200 applications, totalling close to $1 million in government reimbursements. The CJG is an innovative cost-sharing program that helps employers offset the cost of training for new or current employees by sharing the cost of employee training with BC employers. Employers can receive up to two-thirds of the cost of training for current and future employees, up to a maximum government contribution of $10,000 per year for each employee. For example, if an employer is seeking training valued at $1,500, the grant

Economic Action Plan Round Table

The Chamber and MP John Duncan co-hosted a roundtable on the Economic Action Plan 2015, highlighting for Chamber members and the local business community, policies and benefits from the Federal budget that directly affect our members and community.

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Chamber Members Elect Board On Thursday, April 16th, the Campbell River Chamber of Commerce elected their Board of Directors for 2015/16 at the Chamber’s Annual General Meeting. The strength of the Chamber and the commitment of its volunteer Board is reflected in the Directors elected to serve on the 2015/16 Chamber Board. The Chamber Executive consists of Board Chair Corby Lamb, Capacity Forest Management; 2nd Vice-Chair Kim Jarvis, Shadoe Intimates; Secretary/Treasurer Charlene Brown, Moeller and Company; and Past Board Chair Mike Boulet, CR Lawyers.

The Chamber is excited to welcome returning board members Debra Cunningham, Quay West; Keith Davidson, ScotiaBank; David Minato, BC Salmon Farmers Association; Cheryl O’Connell, North Island College; and Curtis Wilson, Nanwakolas Council. Newly elected board members are Gary Forsgren, Berwick by the Sea; Gina Forsyth; David Hamilton, Black Press and Dustin Raleigh, Seymour Pacific and Broadstreet Properties. The Chamber’s Annual General Meeting was led off by Colleen Evans, Chamber President & CEO, who spoke of the Chamber’s suc-

cess and highlights over the past year. Members voted to approve a new tiered dues model last year. The model enables members to each ‘choose’ the benefits and services that best represent their Chamber Board memb ers (L to R): Dave Hami specific needs and lton, Corby Lamb, Gina Mike Boulet, Kim Jarvis Forsyth, Charlene Brown , Gary Forsgren, Debra interests. Based , Cunningham, Keith Da vidson, David Minato. (M issing): Cheryl O’Conne on members rell and Curtis Wilson. sponse and renewber, a leader among Chamber Membership Chamber represents als, the decision our and creating a prosper- the needs and interests members made to ap- Chamber’s across BC. A special presentaous local economy are of over 470 businesses prove this new model, tion was made to re- encouraged to contact and their employees. is being well received. Chamber outgoing tiring board members the Chamber office at We actively promote Board Chair, Mike Bou- Gary Thulin, Home 250-287-4636. Camp- a positive business clilet, warmly thanked Hardware and Andy bell River and District mate that builds and the Board members Leitch, Mackie Research Chamber of Commerce nurtures a prosperous is the community’s lead- community. and staff for their com- Corporation. Businesses interested ing advocate and chammitment, making the in learning more about pion for business. The Campbell River Cham-

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The Campbell River Chamber is pleased to support a collaboration that will bring expertise to help our members and local businesses innovate, grow or scale their business. A collaborative tech workshop on Thursday, May 7th will be held at the Royal Coachman from 4:30 – 5:45 PM followed by a Networking reception till 6:30 PM. This event is also about supporting North Island companies to tap into expertise, students, capacity and infrastructure at North Island

College. Innovation Island is presenting this workshop in partnership with North Island College (NIC), Campbell River Creative Industries Council (CRCIC), Campbell River Chamber and the City of Campbell River, with support from the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC). For more information and to register for this event, please contact: Innovation Island at info@innovationisland.ca or North Island College - carti@nic.bc.ca

Chamber is the Voice, Advocate and Connector for Business The Campbell River Chamber has been advocating and connecting businesses for over 85 years. “Our influence has been felt throughout the region, Vancouver Island and BC as the voice of business in Campbell River, steering our members toward growth, prosperity and innovation.” said Corby Lamb, Board Chair of the Campbell River Cham-

ber. Campbell River advocacy efforts are focused around identified needs, priorities and best interests of our business community and members. We are working collaboratively with members, local organizations and the business community for a positive business environment. “We know that succeeding on this

raises the bar for greater local business success and a healthier local economy.” stated Colleen Evans, CEO of the Campbell River Chamber. A positive business environment includes the Chamber’s industry sector luncheons, helping our community better understand the importance of sectors like aquaculture to our community, economy

and job creation. At a recent Chamber luncheon, Jeremy Dunns, Executive Director of the Salmon Farmers Association, shared with the audience highlights from the just released aquaculture sector report that included: • 40% of salmon farming’s GDP, employment, and tax revenue are attributable to activities that occur in North Van-

couver Island; • BC salmon farmers grow 58% of all salmon raised in Canada and generate more than $1.14 billion towards the provincial economy; • Three of Canada’s largest salmon farming companies are headquartered in Campbell River, as are many of the sectors service and supply companies, providing good

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Fishing Corner Anglers from Courtenay and Campbell River are enjoying salmon fishing in many areas and early season catches are showing that fish are in abundance, weighing in between 10 and 25 pounds. Brian Cameron has had great fishing and areas to note are Bates Beach, Kitty Coleman and Shelter Point. A number of boats will be taken out of storage and anglers will be soon heading to their favourite fishing areas. The opening date for Lingcod and Rockfish will be May 1, 2015.Fishing for Lingcod will open in areas 12-1 to 12-13, 12-15 to 12-48,13 to 19, 20-5 to 20-7 and 29-5. Daily limit 1,

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many anglers fished the drift style method and anchored and cast out various lures. There are many drift fishing areas to try and a popular spot is at Salmon Point in front of the Oyster River. If you can find a depth of 60 to 100 feet of water cast out a lure and see what happens, you can watch your depth sounder or watch the birds feeding on schools of baitfish. Lakes can be fished locally at Courtenay and

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Campbell River swimmers Mackenzie Padington, Conner Skuse, Ian Ralston and Jesse Shade were all named to the Western Canada Games team, with Head Coach Darryl Rudolf named to the coaching staff. The games are scheduled to take place from Aug. 11-16 in Fort McMurray. Paddington and Skuse were named as the female and male Individual Medley swim-

mers with their results from Nationals and Provincials from this season. Shade was named to the Special Olympic contingent and is looking to be one of the strongest swimmers heading in. Ralston was the top point-scorer at the recent Provincial Paralympic championships. Based on the strength of those swims, Rudolph was selected as the paralympic coach for the games.

Gymnasts score gold rush Riley Michael became the first male provincial champion from the Campbell River Gymnastics Association as the club enjoyed a record showing at the recent provincial championship meet in North Vancouver. Club members combined for more than 20 medals and numerous top-10 finishes, a CRGA record for one provincial championships. Michael swept the gold medals on all six apparatus — high bar, rings, pommel horse, parallel bars, vault and floor exercise — en route to his all-around championship. Carson Ogg finished runner-up in the boys Level 3 (under 13) division while claiming the provincial championship on parallel bars and a bronze medal on the pommel horse. Reese Wheeldon added an allaround bronze medal in the girls Level 8 (200001) division while earning a silver on the beam and bronze on the floor exercise. Liam Deagle won pro-

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Judo club closes season on high note The Campbell River Judo Club sent 32 competitors to Nanaimo for the final tournament of the Vancouver Island Series April 11. As always, the athletes fought extremely hard; leading nearly everyone to medal performances. One of the highlights of the tournament for CRJC were the Sanzana sisters, Makayla and Dakota, dominating their respective divisions and beating both boys and girls to earn themselves gold medals. Madison Puglas fought very hard in two close

matches, in one throwing her opponent from her knees so hard he bounced off the mats. Kevin Hinchliffe, in his first tournament, rebounded from an early loss to win his next two matches and earn a silver medal. Greg Thompson, a newcomer to judo with less than a year under his yellow belt, looked very good fighting in a division of much more experienced green belts (two belt levels above his) proving to be very difficult to throw and taking them all deep into

match time. Jacob Doherty had a breakout tournament and had one of the throws of the day leading to a gold medal. The CRJC’s competitive teenagers along with other island teens participated in the tournament as well by taking over the refereeing duties for the day and did an excellent job making their instructors very proud. The following weekend, 12 members traveled to the BC Open in Vernon. The kata team of Senseis Darcy Yule and Chris Petersen started

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Junior competitors Abbigail and Olivia Sheehan and Jacob Hicks showed lots of improvement utilizing their techniques and earned bronze, silver and fourth place respectively. Five teenage competitors — Anthony and Haley Henry, Kelsey Painter, Jake Misky and Wyatt Huggins — will continue to train and represent the CRJC at the Canadian Nationals in Quebec in May. The Henry siblings will also go on to represent B.C. at the Western Canadians in Alberta in August.

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