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Former city CAO subject of conflict of interest investigation Andy Laidlaw says if there was any error on his part, its impact on the city was minor

was not connected to the Grounds report. Adams wouldn’t say anything Former Campbell River chief more about the report but he did administrative officer (CAO) Andy emphatically endorse Laidlaw and Laidlaw was investigated over an the work he did for nearly four years allegation of conflict of interest in for the City of Campbell River. November of last year. “Andy did a great job here,” Adams Lawyer Richard Grounds said. “We were extremely conducted the investigafortunate to have someone tion for the city but no of Andy’s calibre.” action taken as a result of The investigation centred his report has been made around Laidlaw’s business public. However, in January, relationship with a conthe city announced Laidlaw sulting firm, Jerry Berry was retiring from his job as Consultants Inc., which Campbell River CAO. provided services to the Mayor Andy Adams said Andy Laidlaw City of Campbell River. he is bound by confidentiality agree- The investigation was to look at ments and that this issue involves whether Laidlaw was paid for ser“in-camera” information. In-cam- vices he provided to Jerry Berry in era refers to city council discussions circumstances where he had a role that are not open to the public or the in awarding city contracts to Jerry media. They most often deal with Berry Consultants Inc. personnel issues. Former Mayor Walter Jakeway Adams did say that the decision said the investigation report was Continued on Pg. 3 to retire was made by Laidlaw and AlistAir tAylor

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Early Wednesday afternoon police responded to a call requesting their assistance and arrived at a house on the 700-block of South Alder Street to find three individuals “in need of medical assistance.” The individuals, according to a release from Cpl. Gord Hay of the

Campbell River RCMP, were taken to hospital and treated for minor injuries. “The RCMP Street Crew Unit is (currently) investigating with the assistance of the Forensic Identification Unit, Police Dog Service and General Duty Members,” the release said. The release also states the assault was a targeted occurrence and

“there is no concern for the general public.” As of Mirror print deadline, no additional information was available, and no arrests had been made. “We don’t have anything else we can say at this time due to the ongoing nature of the investigation,” Hay said, but watch campbellrivermirror.com for updates as they become available.

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delivered to him and his council for a brief look at a meeting after last November’s civic election but because the newly-elected mayor and council was taking office shortly afterwards, the report was taken back from the “lame duck” council to be given to the new one. “The previous council saw it for one hour (in) the two weeks between the election and the new council taking office,” Jakeway said. Jakeway lost the mayor’s seat in that election to former Coun. Andy Adams while two members of the previous council were re-elected and joined by three new councillors and a returning councillor from previous councils. Asked about the conclusion of the report, Jakeway, who reiterated that he was going by memory, said, “It was not a good scene.” Contacted by the Campbell River Mirror, Laidlaw acknowledged that were was an investigation by Grounds but “any error on my part was minor and inadvertent and certainly did not cause any harm to the city.” Laidlaw said his retirement was planned in October but following the November election, he stayed on to help Mayor Adams with the transition to a new council. He said he had originally planned to stay for a three year term in Campbell River but ended up extending it to just short of four years. “The mayor (Adams) is correct, my retirement was my decision,” Laidlaw said. “I enjoyed my time in Campbell River and believed I left on good terms with the mayor and council.” Laidlaw must have been referring to the current mayor because he said he didn’t have such a good relationship with the previous mayor.

“I acknowledge the final three years was difficult as the relationship between the mayor and the rest of council was dysfunctional in that he would not accept direction from council,” Laidlaw said. A Victoria magazine, Focus, and its website, focusonline.ca, obtained a document outlining the terms of reference for Grounds’ investigation and another informing Laidlaw he was being investigated which was signed by then-mayor Jakeway. The documents were attached to the magazine’s story on its website. Jakeway said he had nothing to do with the website obtaining the documents. The letter to Laidlaw from Jakeway labelled “Stricly private & confidential” and “Hand delivered” said he was b e i n g i nv e s t i g at e d because of a “possible, apparent or real conflict of interest between you, Jerry Berry Consultants Inc. and your company ACKL Consulting Ltd., as well as possible disclosure by you of confidential information belonging to the City of Campbell River.” The letter says, “The City’s concerns involve whether you have performed paid work for Jerry Berry Consultants Inc. or another entity, while Jerry Berry Consultants Inc. or another entity has been engaged to provide services to the City. The City’s concerns extend to the possibility that you may have a business relationship with Jerry Berry Consultants Inc. or other entities and may have been paid for services provided by you to Jerry Berry Consultants Inc. or other entities in circumstances where you have had a role in awarding or recommending the award of contacts by the City to Jerry Berry Consultants Inc. or other entities. In addition, the City’s concerns involved whether

THEY SAID IT: “I am working in a highly politicized environment in Saanich.”

– Andy Laidlaw, interim CAO

you have disclosed the City’s confidential information to Jerry Berry Consultants Inc. or another entity.” The investigation was done in November last year by Grounds and cost the city $25,523. Jakeway told Focus that Grounds’ investigation determined that Laidlaw’s actions constituted a conflict of interest but it was decided to leave it for the new council to deal with. No action from council was ever announced but Laidlaw left his CAO job with the city in January. Adams took issue with the Focus report, saying it is “completely inaccurate that this council took no action or didn’t deal with it. We obviously received it and discussed it.” Council then made a determination as to what the next step was, Adams said, but he stopped there adding “what I can say is, that is in-camera information.” The bottom line for Adams was that Laidlaw took on a job as interim CAO that extended to nearly four years and that council was happy with his work. In announcing Laidlaw’s retirement in January, Adams said, “On behalf of City Council, we extend our appreciation for the good work that Mr. Laidlaw has done over the past four years. And we wish him and his wife the best in their next adventure, wherever that may lead them.” Laidlaw said then that “for the organization, and for me, this is a good time to start a new chap-

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ter. The city has a new mayor and council with an ambitious four-year term ahead of them, and leaving now gives them time to select a new city manager, who can work alongside them throughout their term. I believe I can leave now knowing the city is in a better place than when I first started.” Laidlaw started at the city in 2011 and presided over a period of transition with the Elk Falls pulp mill shutting down permanently just prior to his arrival. He also was in charge of city administration during a period of turmoil and contentious relations with thenMayor Jakeway. Jakeway was often at odds with city senior staff, accusing them of being the tail that wagged the dog, i.e., leading elected city councillors instead of being lead by them. Jakeway was also often in conflict with his fellow city councillors, refusing to succumb quietly when he lost democraticallyheld votes at the council table. He would often take his opinions to the media and was censured by council who believed his role was to represent the majority view of council. Jakeway didn’t agree.

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the installation of protection and monitoring software – also called spyware. The installation of that software involved another bureaucrat with a Campbell River connection, corporate services director Laura Ciarniello. Ciarniello and Laidlaw worked together in Campbell River where Ciarniello was manager of corporate services. Ciarniello was involved with a group of Saanich administrators who decided to install the protection and monitoring software on their workstations, two executive assistants, councillors and the mayor, according to Focusonline. Focus outlined Laidlaw and Ciarniello’s role in the controversy: “Laidlaw was tasked with investigating the circumstances of the spyware installation for the District of Saanich. His report was released on June 24 and has done nothing to stem the controversy with Laidlaw’s own conflict of interest background and his previous professional relationship with Ciarniello reflecting negatively on his ability to be unbiased in his report. The report did not find any blame and wrongdoing,” according to Focus writers David Broadland and Daniel Palmer. Laidlaw acknowledges

After leaving in January, Laidlaw wasn’t idle long because he was soon hired under contract to be interim CAO of the District of Saanich. There he parachuted right into the middle of a shockingly contentious situation that might have made his Campbell River tenure look like a picnic. On Jan. 12, Saanich’s new mayor Richard Atwell held a press conference to announce that city staff had been spying on his computer through

the controversial nature of the situation in Saanich. “I am working in a highly politicized environment in Saanich where there are definitely some similarities

to my final three years in Campbell River,” Laidlaw told the Mirror. Laidlaw said that his “final” retirement will be coming soon as Saanich has begun the search for a new CAO.

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A potential brush fire was averted Wednesday after a loose tree branch fell across a pair of BC Hydro transformers and caused sparking and a small flame in a wooded, industrial area in Campbellton. “I just heard a buzzing and was looking around to see where it was coming from,” said Dallas Forbes, part of a Vancouver Island Paving Co. crew installing blacktop across Perkins Road from the power pole. “I saw those three (transformer) boxes and saw a flame coming out.” Forbes’ crew boss promptly called 911 and grabbed a small hose the paving crew had on hand to spray down the brush around the power pole until firefighters arrived. “We stayed there until these guys showed up,” Forbes said, with a nod to the fire department members, “then we got out of their way.” The pavers also yelled across the corner to the

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Az-Tec Freight office to alert employees. Pam Stevens pulled out her phone to shoot pictures as firefighters hosed down the trees and heavy brush below the pole. “It didn’t amount to much — fortunately,” said Stevens. “Some sparks came out and there was actually a candle flame, a little bigger than a candle flame. It kind of smelled like something was melting.” When the fire department arrived, members found the fire out and one transformer breaker tripped. An evergreen bough rested across a line connecting two of the transformers, which had caused the circuit to arc and create the sparks and flame before the breaker tripped, acting

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fire department captain Mark McKenzie said. “Our main job at that point was to hose down the brush real well, in case there were any more sparks,” said McKenzie. Vancouver Island has been under an open fire ban due to hot, dry conditions that have prevailed throughout much of the spring and summer, boosting the threat of flame or sparks potentially jumping from a transformer. The fire department called BC Hydro to send a crew to remove the branch and reset the breaker, and waited on the scene until its arrival. McKenzie said a contract crew had been at the site one day earlier trimming hazard branches from the trees around the transformer pole, and said it was possible a cut branch had been hung up in the tree before shaking loose. Whatever the cause, he was glad there was not more for his crew to do. “They’re easier to put out if they never start,” he said.

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Your actions can make a difference Nestlé takes water out of the ground near Hope, B.C., puts it through a filter and sells it for billions of dollars. They pay zero dollars for the product, and the product is the lifeblood of mankind. Soon, however, they will have to pay a nominal fee to access our groundwater and sell it for a massive profit, and people have essentially lost their minds about that. And for good reason, I’d say. The opposing sides on this debate seem to be A) Charge Nestlé more for the water they’re taking or B) Don’t do that, because then it’ll be considered “selling” the water and it’ll open the potential floodgates (pun intended) for more corporations to come buy up all our water because of free trade agreements and other factors. I have a different idea. I simply try not to buy Nestlé products. I’m doing my part, however small, to put them out of business altogether, because then we won’t have to worry about how much water they’re taking out of the ground and how much they’re paying for it.

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This sounds ridiculous, and aging their brains so the corpoI guess it probably is, since rate body can satisfy stakeholdNestlé is one of the world’s larg- ers (and then attempts to cover est food and beverage compa- up the proof that they do that). nies, but there’s that old cliché I’ve stopped buying NCAAabout how “if everyone chips licensed gear for the same in….” reason. If I liked I’m not claimI wouldn’t MIKE’S soccer, ing this idea is buy anything that a revolutionary FIFA could profit one. There have from, either. been calls for So I also don’t Nestlé boycotts bu y pro du c t s for over 30 years. from a company The long and that is consisshort of it is this, tently rated one though: I try not of the worst in to buy products the world when from any comit comes to ethipany that is tercal business pracrible when there tices and has a are choices of track record that similar products includes numerfrom those who aren’t – at least ous reports of violating the until I find out that those com- World Health Organization’s panies are, too. International Code of MarketI used to buy NFL gear, for ing of Breast Milk Substitutes – example, but I don’t anymore. which protects millions of chilAt some point I realized that dren all over the world from particular football-based cor- unnecessary suffering and porate entity supports men death – and has been sued for who exploit and abuse women their involvement in traffickand pretends their organiza- ing, torture and forced labour tion doesn’t exploit the players of children for the production themselves, permanently dam- and harvest of cocoa beans in

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Sunday marks the 46th anniversary of the first moonwalk. Neil Armstrong’s words, “One small step for man; one giant leap for mankind” have been forever etched in history. It’s the leaps since that step that are so awe-inspiring. Here are a few we find of particular significance: Martin Cooper forever changed the way we communicate in 1973, with the invention of the cellular phone. According to the Canadian Wireless Telecommunications Association, an estimated 28.4 million Canadians are now wireless phone subscribers. That’s 80 per cent of Canadians, calling, texting and taking selfies. Louise Joy Brown was We say: 46 years, born July 25, 1978 and is a good time to was recognized in the medical journals as the take stock of our first human to have been accomplishments born after conception by in vitro fertilization, giving birth to the term ‘test tube baby’ and giving hope to many couples who otherwise would never experience the blessing of childbirth. Alex Jeffries devised DNA fingerprinting in 1984, forever changing the concept of the legal term ‘beyond a shadow of a doubt’ - not only in regards to convictions, but also for exonerating those wrongly accused of crimes. Advances in the medical world could be a category of its own, with robotic and laser surgeries, amazing transplant technology and the artificial heart, but to touch the surface. The auto industry could also have its own chapter, with the invent of everything from electronic fuel injection to air bags, to the widespread use of GPS systems. It wasn’t until 1972 that colour televisions out-sold the black-and-white models. Now we have 3DTV. Video games have come a long way since the days of Pong - the 1972 invention that gave birth to an entire industry. Thanks Atari. And of course, there is the whole computer era. In 1969, a computer was something that took up an entire Bat-cave. Now most people in Canada carry one in their pockets or purses. Obviously there isn‚Äôt enough room to list even the most important of inventions, and we are not inferring that any of the aforementioned advances would make such a list. A famous quote was simply brought to our attention, which gave us pause for thought. What’s on your list? -Black Press

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Africa. (That’s Nestlé, by the way.) At least it’s easy to avoid Nestlé products. They really don’t make anything that someone else doesn’t make better, in my opinion. I’ll take a Clif bar over a Powerbar and a Mars bar over an Oh Henry or Butterfinger every time. And if you’re going to buy coffee whitener instead of actual coffee cream, does it really matter if it’s Coffeemate or some no name brand? Heck, I even prefer a Pizza Pop over a Hot Pocket if I want to put pizza-flavoured garbage in my mouth. Okay, sure, Smarties are way better than M&Ms, but that’s a sacrifice I’m willing to make. Oh, crap. I just realized while researching this column that Nestlé owns Häagen Dazs. I guess I have to find someone who makes a really good ice cream on a stick with a ribbon of salted caramel in the middle. But I can probably do that, and when I do, it’ll likely be less expensive – in more ways than just how much comes out of the bank account when I tap my card at the front of the store.

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fridge for three months when I feel I am fighting , making for easy travel. something? Another trick HTSF is a to give your homeopathic flu body a rest combination that is to fast on works easily and fruits or vegwell within 24-48 etables for one hours of taking it day. Be sure three to six times to maintain per day. Another your bowel reason that it is in function also. Dr. Ingrid our Summer First Extra magne- Pincott Aid kit. sium is a sim- Naturally Healthy Of course I ple easy fix for can’t leave you this along, with probiot- without reminding you ics and fish oil. about fish oil as a great What do I reach for immune booster. With

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Arts Fest takes over Shoppers Row Mark your calendars for Saturday, July 25 – the fourth annual River City Arts Festival is coming. From 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., downtown Campbell River will be transformed into a lively art-filled wonderland, awash in a sea of yellow – this year’s theme colour. Experience the excitement of arts, music, street theatre, along with new (surprise!) initiatives & activities. A full day of festivities will be filling the downtown core for all to enjoy.

Shoppers Row will once again be brimming with white art tents, and therefore closed to traffic. Event goers will stroll about, engaging with over 100 artists showcasing their works and enjoying music and performances on two stages, street theatre, a fabulous expanded children’s art area (inside & outside the Community Centre), and much more. Come and see for yourself. Bring your family and friends and make this year’s Arts Fest the best!

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It’s summer – a time of travel, new adventures, and, for some, looking for the love of their life. Many women can identify with searching for their meaning and love in life and one B.C. author is coming to town in support of her latest book, perfect for fostering self love and a sense of adventure. The No. 1 Amazon Bestseller and a Kindle AllStar Finding Fraser is now available in paperback, and the “Finding Fraser Book Tour Extravaganza” will be pulling in to Coho Books on Shoppers Row, taking over the store from 1 to 3 p.m. today (Friday) where author KC Dyer will be on hand to sign copies of her book and tell “behind-thescenes” stories of its creation. Finding Fraser has received acclaim from the literary world, even from the author who inspired Dyer to create the work. “Jamie Fraser would be Deeply Gratified at having inspired such a charmingly funny, poignant story - and so am I,” said New York Times Bestselling author Diana Gabaldon, author of the Outlander series of books. Awards will be handed out at the event for “Best Legs in a Kilt,” and “Best Scottish Knitwear Work in Summer.”

Filberg Park welcomes the global rhythms of Delhi 2 Dublin The second concert in the 2015 Filberg Park Concert Series will welcome the high energy global rhythms of one of Canada’s hottest festival acts, and is being touted as the “biggest dance party the Filberg Heritage Park has ever seen.” Delhi 2 Dublin (D2D) was a happy accident born out of Vancouver’s Celtic Fest in 2006. Their sound started as an electronic fusion between bhangra

beats and Celtic fiddle and has since grown into anything from dub reggae to breakbeats to just straight-up happy dance music, and they’re playing the Concert Series July 23. Pick up your tickets at Blue Heron Books in Comox, Long and McQuade in Courtenay or online at filberg.com for this event, which organizers say will be “Part Bollywood wedding, part Celtic kitchen party, and

all electronic dance fest.” Founded by Tarun Nayar (Beats Without Borders), Sanjay Seran (from live bhangra act Signia), and Ravi Binning (a bhangra dancer and dhol player), it was obvious D2D had something people wanted. Word spread about their astonishingly energetic live shows and tours grew to include festival performances in Europe, Asia and Australia. The band

has kept up with the pace, producing a new album bi-annually since their inception. The Filberg Summer Concert Series is a fundraiser for the Filberg Heritage Lodge and Park, a volunteer driven organization that manages an integral cultural and heritage landmark for our community. Gates open at 6:30 p.m. and the show starts at 7. Come prepared to dance!

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CR DanceXtreme dancers (left to right) Taylor Ring, Kiara Ostrosser, Jesse Devlin, Cohan Caflisch, and Emma Voltera are hard at work preparing for the World HipHop Championships in Italy this fall.

Taylor Ring, Kiara Ostrosser, Jesse Devlin, Cohan Caflisch and Emma Voltera, all students at CR DanceXtreme, will join fellow Team Canada dancers from Oct. 20 to 25 to compete in this prestigious competition. The students auditioned for the Canadian National Dance Team last November and were thrilled to hear they had made the team. CR DanceXtreme owners Shawna Sloan and Buddy Mynatt are delighted to have their students represent Canada at this world event. “We are so thrilled and proud,”

Mynatt said. “This is the second year in a row CR DanceXtreme dancers have made this team and it’s a testament to our dancers’ hard work and commitment.” Mynatt said not only are these dancers training and practicing for many hours each week, many of the practices require travel off the island. They are also looking for sponsors and will be holding some fundraising events in the community. Donations to support the dancers can be made and additional information can be found on the group’s website hiphop2015.ca

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Five Campbell River dance students will take on the world this fall when they travel to Italy to compete in the International Dance Organization (IDO) World HipHop Championships in Rimini, Italy. The IDO is a World Federation with a membership of over 90 Nations, representing more than 250,000 dancers, from six continents. The best dancers from around the World will be competing for the World Championships Title. Last year Canada made it to the finals in the Junior Division and the Semi-finals in Adult.

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Max Streicher’s fascinating inflatable art has been seen in major centres across the planet – from Taiwan and Tokyo to Vienna, Prague and major Canadian cities. When the opportunity to bring his Waking Giants inflatable exhibition to our community became possible, the Campbell River Art Gallery jumped at the chance. Waking Giants, sponsored by Denise Mitchell Interiors, was one of two new exhibitions that opened at the Gallery last week. Attendance at

this exciting exhibition has been very high, but time is limited to see the works – they will leaving for another show as of Aug. 7. Streicher works extensively with inflatable technology, creating art that is as much about deflation as it is about inflation. Waking Giants is an homage to the famous terracotta soldiers and horses of China’s Emperor Quin Shi Huang. “In bringing my horses and figures to life by breathing air into them,

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The Strathcona Regional District is investigating how it can bring high-speed Internet to all communities within its borders. Regional directors, at its July 8 board meeting, supported conducting a broadband capacity study to determine where

the gaps are. The board voted to spend up to a maximum of $10,000 on the study, with the money to come from the strategic priorities, general administration fund. Expanding broadband data services, as well as cell phone service, is a strategic priority for 2015 and the board has $2,000 allocated in the financial plan for that

strategy. Jim Abram, director for Quadra Island and the board chair, thanked Chief Administrative Officer Russ Hotsenpiller for bringing the issue forward at last week’s meeting. “I’d like to congratulate Russ for doing this,” Abram said. “We’ve been discussing this ad nauseam for years now.”

According to Hotsenpiller, the study will investigate the specific limitations to high speed services in the region and identify priorities. “At present, the SRD (Strathcona Regional District) has not developed a capacity study to understand the specific technological limitations that occur across the region,” Hotsenpiller

said. “As such we do not have enough information to apply in a coordinated manner for broadband projects.” He said without the study, it’s difficult to determine where grant monies, when they become available, should be applied. “If we were successful and got a few hundred thousand dollars, where

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ings while facing more than 750 swimmers from across B.C. and the Yukon Territory. In addition to the strong showings by veterans like Padington and Skuse, the Killer Whales got a promising glimpse of the future from some of their younger competitors. Brooke Wegner and Kara Beauregard combined for seven medals, and shared the podium in both the 200-metre butterfly and the 800-metre freestyle. Beauregard rewrote the club 10-andunder record book with

Hoff 14th in world track Campbell River’s Brendan Hoff placed eighth in his heat and finished 14th overall in the men’s 1,500-metre run at the World Youth Track and Field Championships Wednesday in Cali, Colombia. Hoff, 17, completed the race in three minutes, 56.64 seconds, missing a berth in Friday’s 12-man finals heat by 1.34 seconds. A multiple provincial and national youth champion, Hoff had qualified for the world championships by running a career-best 3:51.17 in Toronto last month. He had hoped to lower that time even further and crack the top 10 at the worlds, but the

new record times in every event she entered, and Wegner won both the 100 and 200 butterfly. On the boys side, Carson Dunn enjoyed a breakout meet with medals in the 50 breast stroke and the 200 individual medley in the 11-under class. “Carson found himself moving up in the rankings all weekend by taking off big chunks of time in every race he swam,” Killer Whales coach Darryl Rudolph said. The girls 13-14 relay team of Jasmine Skuse, Cianna Dunn, Malayna

Beaudin, Jamiliya Wellard and Emmy Stapff teamed up to claim silver in the 4x50 medley relay and bronze in the 4x200 freestyle relay. “The competition in this category was very competitive and the Killer Whales showed once again that they were one of the top teams in the Province,” said Rudolph. The final day of competition was given over to open-water racing on Thetis Lake, a new experience for many of the swimmers. The races, open to competitors 11

to 19 years of age, ranged from one to five kilometres in length. “Some of them were a little timid at first, as the course was quite daunting,” said Rudolph. “But the timidness went out the door once the race started.” Paddington claimed bronze in the 15-over 5K race, and the Dunn and Skuse siblings combined with Beaudin for six top10 finishes. Six swimmers qualified for the national championships July 26 in Quebec City.

Campbell River Killer Whales teammates Kara Beauregard, left, and Brooke Wegner, centre, wear their silver and gold medals on the awards podium in Victoria.

Eyes on the prize Wyatt Murray turns aggressively on a pitch, making solid contact during one of the Mosquito AAA Tyees’ games Saturday against the Victoria AAA Tier 2 Eagles on Saturday. The Tyees split the day with the Eagles with a 15-5 win and a 9-5 loss. The teams met again Sunday and played to a 10-10 draw, with the second game of the scheduled doubleheader cancelled due to rain. The Mosquitos play again this Sunday at 10 a.m. and 12:30 p.m. at Nunn’s Creek Park.

high altitude of Cali may have played a factor in slower times in Wednesday’s two heat races. His personal best time would have placed third in world qualifying, as only two runners cracked 3:52. The top time was posted by Kenya’s Kumari Taki, at 3:48.45. Hoff ’s finish placed him in the middle of the 27-runner field, which was split into two heats. The top four finishers in each heat automatically qualified for Friday’s final, along with the next four-fastest times overall. Canada’s other entry, Edward Hayfron of Ontario, placed 25th in 4:11.39.

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At any given day in Campbell River you can see an increase in highway traffic with trucks and trailers moving boats to various saltwater destinations on Vancouver Island. Chinook fishing remains strong and will continue to be strong in the remaining weeks of summer heading into fall. As of Tuesday, July 14, the catch reports at the Marine Centre at Painters Lodge shows Chinooks coming in from 10 to 22 pounds. Of the last 29 registered fish reported, 23 were springs and six were pinks. Chris McKay got a 21-pound spring and Steve Young got a 21 pounder. Rod Fong came in with a 22-pounder. Last week I had a chance to fish with Ed Cargill and we explored the popular fishing areas around Campbell River. The majority of anglers were trolling Lady Gaga and Michael Jackson Hoochies. A few locals were fishing with Buzz Bombs and Zzinger lures and were having success between the Green Can and Francisco Point and hooking into some nice Chinook.

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The locals and tourists fishing off Discovery Pier are mainly fishing in the evening hours but many anglers will spend countless hours fishing in hopes of catching a large Chinook. Two fish have been registered already in July and the seven others were caught between April 16 and June 30. A young family from Prince Al-

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The Upper Island U-15 boys soccer team came up one game short of repeating as provincial champions, but found a silver lining — and silver medals — in a 1-0 loss to the Delta Selects in the final of the Provincial A Cup Championships Sunday in Surrey. The Riptide also fell to Delta, 3-1, in round-robin qualification, but defeated the Kamloops Blaze and Surrey Guildford to earn the rematch in the final. “We have nothing to be sad

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Office: 250-286-1187 Direct: 250-204-4777 email: kathryngrant@shaw.ca | website: www.kathryngrant.ca

ON THE MOVE!

CAMPBELL RIVER & QUADRA ISLAND LISTINGS

264A Westgate Road $186,500

208-585 S. Dogwood St $117,000

408-322 Birch St $79,000

308-280 S. Dogwood St $139,000

NEW PRICE!

710 Cameleon Drive $225,000

Lot D Upshur Road $599,000

NEW PRICE!

• $34,400 under Assessed Value! 2 blocks from the Ocean, Sea Walk, and shopping in Willow Point. • 1378 sqft duplex with 3 bdrms/ 3 bathrms and a huge back yard with mature trees.

• lovely 2bed /1 bath, 55+ condo, conveniently located. • updated carpets, blinds and paint; easy to view.

• private 1bed/1 bath condo, close to new hospital; can be rented. • quiet, top floor unit overlooking treed area.

• conveniently located 2 bed/1 bath condo near Merecroft Village. • shopping, entertainment, sports fields nearby to walk your dog.

1438 Sitka Ave $394,900

2021 Palmer Road $239,000

NEW LISTING!

COMOX VALLEY LISTINGS

• 2 storey home with stunning spiral staircase to 3 bed and office/family room • Close to NI College, Cosco/ HomeDepot, Crown Isle… 2,415 SQFT/4 bdrm/well maintained

1056 Cordero Cres $344,000

NORTH ISLAND LISTINGS

963 Despins Road, Sayward $399,000

NEW LISTING!

• Fabulous oceanfront acreage on Copper Bluffs, QUADRA ISLAND. • 46 acres includes a variety of building sites & is zoned for 1-4 residences.

2298 Beach Drive, Port McNeill $132,000

1818 Sacht Road, Sayward $334,000

NEW PRICE!

• ideal family fishing lodge is currently run as a business venture that includes 2 boats, tackle, processing equipment and much more. • 30’x40’ arched rib galvanized steel Quonset for storage; 2 bunkhouses + main lodge sleeps 24 guests

1810 Sacht Road, Sayward $149,000

• walk-on oceanfront lot on a dead-end street • municipal water and other services to lot: Assessed Value: $154,000.

• completely updated 2960 SQFT home on 0.89 acres outside of flood zone • 610 SQFT wired detached garage and lovely 750 SQFT 1 bedroom guest cottage.

60 Cottonwood Rd, Alert Bay $269,900

1637 Sayward Road, Sayward $389,000

NEW PRICE!

NORTH ISLAND LISTINGS • No GST on this stunning 1,680 sqft rancher built in 2012 • 3 bed/2bath plus a large family room with lovely French doors • move-in ready and quick possession possible

• 0.23 acre ocean and mountain view lot. • set amidst spectacular neighbourhood of newer homes.

137 Winter Harbour Rd, Winter Harbour $699,000

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• 3 bed/ 1 bath rancher close to Willow Point shopping, schools, the Sea Walk • Large newer deck in back on 0.20 acre yard; updates incl. some windows, roof, lighting...

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• solidly built 3 bed/3 bath country home on 1.18 acres. • 24’x32’ detached garage, plenty of covered parking and storage.

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• Lovely, level 0.83 acre property with mature trees outside the flood zone (SRD). • 2 bdrm mobile has over 1000 sqft of comfortable, updated living space.

• riverfront acreage just 45 minutes from CRiver has 2 homes with tenants & camping spots. • private road winds through forested 5.5 acres to the White River along the back property line. • Timber Cruise estimate = $236,895

• 3 bed/2 bath oceanview home with nearly 3000 sqft of updated living space. • detached double garage/workshop.

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250-287-2000 1211 Cypress Street (near the Fire Hall) plenty of parking

Harry Hemphill

Idylic in Sayward Perfectly peaceful setting for this four year old home which was custom made with many great features. A large wrap around covered sundeck is a great place to enjoy the view of the great outdoors. The fully fenced yard is nicely landscaped and has both a single garage and a second shop / garage, ideal for boat storage. Call Harry for more information.

Home on an Industrial Lot Zoned Industrial 2 with a residence ideal for a logger or an equipment operator. Located in the Midport Industrial Park North of Campbell River close to the old mill. Keep close to your expensive equipment a home and a place to park multiple trucks and excavators etc.

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MLS 392352

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$359,900

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$324,900

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285 ERICKSON ROAD NEW PRICE $298,800 GARDENERS AND BIG LOT SEEKERS • Magical .75 acres • Bonus 1900 sq. ft. home • Reno’s include: vinyl windows, gas furnace and on demand hot water

Roy Grant 250-287-2000 email: roygrant@uniserve.com

101 Cherry Tree Lane

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1250 sqft adult (55+) patio home 2 bedrooms plus den Single car garage Low maintenance yard

$299,000

2359 GALERNO ROAD AFFORDABLE LIVING • 1830 sq. ft. home • Garage plus detached 30’ x 20’ shop • Flat lot with great RV parking

168 S. Thulin

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$265,000

1563 Whalebone Cove Rd.

2372 sqft ocean view home 3 bdrms up and one down Fully finished lower level Huge covered deck over single carport

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Leslie Kaardal “Welcome Home” 250-287-2000 email: leslie_kaardal@hotmail.com

203 – 670 S. Island Hwy.

6600 sqft luxury oceanfront home 5 bdrms, 6 baths, gourmet kitchen Exercise room, office + 1500sqft guest suite Custom decks on all 3 levels 80x10foot dock in a protected location

$1,595,000

$349,900

Iris Adams 250-287-5990 email: irisadams@shaw.ca

270 EVERGREEN ROAD $172,900 GREAT STARTER HOME • 2100 sq. ft. • Patio and Deck • Peek-a -boo ocean view • 3 good sized bedrooms • Rec room in basement

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978sqft ocean view condo 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms Large covered deck Extra storage, covered parking and elevator

$153,000

Lifestyle! Live in a quiet peaceful park surrounded by nature trails, close to Pacific Playgrounds Marina at Saratoga Beach and fly fishing on the Oyster River. Grocery store, liquor store, pharmacy, clinic, fire hall first responders, post office. Covered carport with a Storage room or workshop. Pitched roof. Large living room. Newer carpet. One small pet. On site park manager. Appliances and Window coverings are included.

11A Regent Rd

NEW LISTING

MLS# 351581 REDUCED TO $32,500

530 Bartlett Rd

Well cared for family home in desirable Willow Point. Easy care yard with private patio area to enjoy summer living. Very nice back yard with a sun room, shed and beautiful gardens. Excellent home for a young family or a retired couple. Priced to sell quickly. $245,000

OPEN HOUSE SUN, July 19 • 12:30-1:30

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104 - 615 Alder St

Updated kitchen and floors this 2 bedroom condo with fabulous ocean views is priced to sell. In floor heating in the bathroom, large living space and new appliances in modern kitchen with maple cabinets. Built in microwave and dishwasher. The shared laundry is directly across the hall from this unit. The building offers an exercise room and a storage locker, parking and a freezer room. Unit has a freezer. MLS 373205. $159,900


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2629 Sunderland Rd $439,900 MLS 394316

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Freshly painted 3 bdrm 2 bath home Landscaped low maintenance yard with fruit trees 20x20 patio, perfect for outdoor entertaining. Large corner lot bordering the greenbelt with room for your boat or RV!

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There are no words to describe this amazing 3990 sq. ft. Rancher with additional 1500 sq’ indoor swimming pool room, 792 sq. ft. attached garage, great deck, gazebo and pond, lots of room for the RV, on quiet Cul de Sac in desired area. Ten foot ceilings, wide hallways, lots of hardwood, tile and glass block. Formal living and dining rooms, family room off kitchen and pool, plus a billiards room, three beds (could be four if you choose), a den, and five baths, all put together with stunning class. Master is huge with built in entertainment centre, 6 piece ensuite and yes that includes a soaker, a walk closest that is to die for and French doors leading to the pool. The kitchen is a delight with granite counter tops, nook, large pantry, built in counter top range, oven, microwave, wine rack & cooler, all overlooking family room, pool and deck. This house was built for entertaining and has all the frills, a must see to $749,000 comprehend. Virtual Tour under Multimedia in Photos.

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5493 S. Island Hwy, Courtenay $199,900 MLS 394283

846 Sayward Rd, Sayward BC $369,000 MLS 394075

2621 Sunderland Rd $439,800 MLS 394334

823 Timberline Dr $449,800 MLS 394313

• Level 11930 sq ft ocean view building lot across from boat ramp and future marina in Union Bay.

• 5 bdrm, 3 bath level entry w/full finished walkout bsmt. Large Ocean and Mountain view Lot. Build to Suit • 2-5-10 yr New Home Warranty

201 Strathcona Way $398,900 MLS 389930 • • • •

McInnes & Sons Construction 2-5-10 New Home Warranty 3 bed 2 bath plus den, Unfinished basement

• 3 bdrm, 3 bath Rancher on 2.95 acres • 2 lg shops 24x30 and 24x36

• 5 bdrm, 3 bath, Build to Suit • Large Mountain and Oceanview Lot • 2-5-10 yr New Home Warranty

1000 Hemlock St $99,800 MLS 381851 • 6000 sqft lot zoned commercial • Lots of potential for office retail development • Priced for quick sale

New Listing!

New Listing!

New Listing!

180 Petersen Rd S. $259,900 MLS 395040

403 Merecroft Rd $249,900 MLS 395046

204-738 S Island Hwy $145,900 MLS 395300

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• 3 bdrm, 2 bath home with many updates! • Newer roof built in 2011 • New flooring, windows, paint and soffits

Special Olympics

• 3 bdrm on the main floor • 1 bdrm, 1 bath in law suite! • Great location, close to recreation, shopping and schools.

NEW PRICE!

GOLF CLASSIC AUGUST 15TH

162 Country Aire Dr $339,800 MLS 392063

• Family home short stroll to the beach. • Partial ocean view, 3 lrg bed upstairs plus a den and master with full ensuite. Great large sunny deck, and garden area. Fully fenced.

MAJOR AWARD

$2500 Cash Prize PLUS - Many Other Prizes

• Very clean bright & spacious 1132sqft south facing home, 2 large bdrms, huge deck, steps away from sea walk. Why rent when you can own for so little!

SPECIAL PRIZES

1702 Wood Rd $1,049,000 MLS 392130

• Amazing waterfront property w/private dock. Located in Painter Barclay area on prestigious Discovery Drive. • 3172 sqft, 3 bed plus pan-abode log home.

9498 Doyle Rd $593,500 MLS 388479

2 well maintained homes w/ large detached shop, 5 acres Home One - 1620sqft w/ 3 bdrms, open concept, amazing views. Home Two - 1566sqft modern custom modular w/ 3 bed, 2 bathshardwood flooring throughout Fully wheelchair accessible, Newly built privacy fencing and deck.

Over $2500 in Value • Closest to the Pin • Putting • Fun Team Competitions • Chipping • Pioneer Home Hardware $5000 Hole in One

ENTRANCE FEE INCLUDES

• 18 Hole Green Fees @ Storey Creek Golf Club • Snacks & Beverage on the Course • Banquet Dinner & Entertainment • Participation in Prize Drawing

745 Nancy Greene Dr $249,000 MLS 393405

2201 Shetland Rd $850,000 MLS 382888

292 Michigan Drive $489,800 MLS 388428 • 14 acre property close to downtown • New Deluxe Rancher w/ 3 bed, 2 bath

• Nicely reno’d 3bed, 2bath • 1284 sqft rancher • Selectively cleared & ready for your • Close to transit, shopping, recreation dream home facilities.

• Master ensuite features large soaker tub, • Outdoor kitchen

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Open to all golfers of all abilities. ENTERTAINMENT, GAMES & PRIZES!

2475 Joanne Dr $539,000 MLS 392700 • • • •

SILVER PARTNERS COPY CENTRE

3 bed, 2.5 baths on a corner lot. Landscaped Garden oasis. Triple garage, RV parking/sani-dump. 5’8 crawl space

3949 Gordon Road $998,800 MLS 381811

• Country estate on 4.2 acres, Chefs kitchen, 4 bdrm indoor/outdoor surround sound. 24 x 28 detached garage & 34x22 wired shop.

208-3120 Island Hwy N $99,900 MLS 390026

• Well maintained bare land strata w/ No pad rent, Large open kitchen and great size living area. Small pets and children welcome. Extra RV parking.

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Sarah Baikie Outstanding Agent. Outstanding Results. “Your key to buying and selling property.”

LAKEFRONT!

250.203.3087

Lot 6 Gold River Hwy MLS 383735 Lakefront 2 bedroom cabin with 4 piece bathroom, .413 acre lot, fully loaded for year round living. $308,800

NEW LISTING!

165 McLean South MLS 394174

4 bed, 3 bath, main level entry home with basement. 2686sqft. Panoramic ocean view. Mature landscaping. Location! $369,900

3297 Shoal Place MLS 393219

Excellent value .226 acre lot, cul-de-sac, backing onto green space, no GST payable! $129,900

4251 Glendinning

MLS 392291

3 bedroom, 3 bathroom, fully renovated, .33acre lot, room for a detached shop! $349,900

411-9 Adams Rd

MLS 386433

Top floor waterfront condo, 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms. Lovely updates. Excellent complex! Guest Suite! $285,990

WATERFRONT!

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“Professional, thorough, thoughtful, not pushy, responsive, gives good advice and prices appropriately.” - Christine Clarke

I look forward to working together in 2015!

Thinking of selling, contact Sarah today!

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NEW LISTING!

Personal Real Estate Corporation

“Proud to be giving back to the community with Kinsmen”

250.286.1187

663 Nelson - $559,800 MLS 386003 Stunning 3900 sqft 4 bedroom 4 bath executive home with exceptional ocean view. This home offers entertaining at its best in the massive chefs dream kitchen or relax by gas fireplace in the family room and enjoy the ocean and mountain views. The upper level has 4 bedrooms including an enormous master bedroom with huge walk in closet and beautiful spa-like ensuite.

129 Storrie Road - $287,800 MLS 394410 Nicely updated basement home on almost ¼ acre in Storries Beach. Open plan with newer laminate floors and a large granite kitchen island and easy access to the back deck overlooking the private yard. Three spacious bedrooms on the main with another bedroom and large family room down. RV parking and an easy walk to the beach!

151 S. Petersen - $399,800 MLS 385057

95 Pinecrest Road - $324,900

This 3 bedroom home has a nice rural feel and plenty of updates including fresh paint, a new maple kitchen, updated bathrooms, new flooring, new windows, a new furnace and all new wiring. The kitchen is open to the living and dining rooms with a French door to the large deck overlooking the big back yard with plenty of RV parking and a 1400 sq ft detached shop.

Fully finished ocean view with a huge 22 x 26 deck where you can enjoy the view! Below the deck is space for a work shop! The main floor has three bedrooms, a large oak kitchen with eating area and a bright living room. The basement has another bedroom and a big family room. Good RV parking. Great value for an ocean view home!

681-9th Avenue - NEW PRICE $299,800 MLS 371133 Duplex with room for more units on this .358 acre site. Alley access and some ocean view. Each unit is about 900 square feet with two bedrooms and generates about $1440 income per month. Previous permit allowed for another 8 units to be built. A great holding property or build it out for added income.

943 Greenwood - $239,800 MLS 394064 Nicely renovated rancher close to town and all amenities. This 3 bedroom home has a newer kitchen and windows, laminate and tile floors and even new insulation. There’s a two level deck off the back of the house and lane access to a separate garage. The front is very private with a big hedge and nice patio area.

BUILDING LOTS

709 Timberline Drive - $699,800 MLS 386043

Great room design with huge windows takes advantage of the fabulous view. High end cabinets, granite and spacious eating bar in the kitchen and a fabulous stone work fireplace in the living room. The 18 x 12 master suite also has a spectacular view and a wonderful spa like ensuite with heated floors, double Jacuzzi and separate tiled shower. The lower level of the house is fully finished with family room , den and bedroom. RV parking with a sani dump and a separate detached shop.

REDUCED!

741 Alder St $137,000 Close to town with a view and zoned for a tri-plex 196 Oregon Road $127,800 Great lot in Maryland Estates

391 Serenity- $ 369,000 MLS 384028 Fabulous rancher with a bonus room now under construction. 1850 square feet with 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms and an open design. Gas fireplace, heat pump, great ensuite and the yard will be fully fenced and landscaped. Completion for the end of June.

2125 Forest Grove - $599,800 MLS 390850

A custom 2750 sq ft rancher perfect for families with teens and in-laws. The living room features a gas fireplace, wood flooring and lots of natural light. The beautiful kitchen has granite counters, a walk in pantry and warm cherry cabinets. The spacious master suite has a luxurious ensuite, and an adjoining office that accesses one of two covered patios. The massive bonus room is a perfect media room. All this on .36 acres with a 3-car garage and a detached 24 x 32 garage.

Lot 4 Island Hwy $375,000 Waterfront lot near Mitlenatch subdivision

1430 S. Island Hwy $1,400,000 3.14 acres with ocean view - zoned commercial

111-824 S. Island Hwy - $135,800 MLS 391733 This rentable townhouse is located across the street from the ocean and the seawalk. It’s ideal for first time buyers with a two storey design. The living room, dining room, kitchen, and laundry are on the main floor with 2 bedrooms and a full bathroom upstairs. Investors will love this one too as there is a tenant already in place.

161 S. Petersen - $224,800 MLS 375763 One level living in this 3 bedroom half duplex. Great room design with a maple kitchen with island and eating bar, living room with fireplace and a dining room. There are three bedrooms and two full baths. The yard is nicely landscaped and there’s a garage as well. Location feels rural but you are convenient to town.

REDUCED!

3860 S. Island Hwy - $1,500,000 MLS 379998

A great investment opportunity! Shelter Bay Resort consists of a 5.3 acre site right across from the ocean. The Resort operates year round with a mix of permanent trailer pad rentals, long and short term RV site rentals, two cottages, and the office with another rental suite. A great location with future development possibilities.

644 – 8th Ave - $275,000 MLS 344399 Great home with income, too! This main level entry home has been well maintained with updated windows, roof, and flooring. There are 3 bedrooms up with a one bedroom suite down. The lot is large at 0.33 of an acre with back yard access and lots of room for your RV’s. Good location close to town.

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2102 - 27 S. Island Hwy $197,700 MLS 390855 Waterfront living at its best! You can walk out your patio door into a private garden & onto the beach. Parking practically at your door & your boat is only steps away in private marina. Small pets allowed, so this ground floor unit is great for the dog too! Lovely ocean and mountain views! Pool, hot tub and exercise room all included. Underground parking, laundry in unit, storage, elevator and so much more.

2340 Steelhead - $384,900 MLS 381324 A gardeners paradise! Fabulously landscaped .62 acre property with a rural feel yet just minutes to town. The house has been updated with a new roof, and six skylights to keep things bright and airy. The main floor offers two large living areas, a central kitchen and dining area with access to the large deck overlooking the backyard. A great home in a tranquil setting!

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3921 Dolphin Road - $289,800 MLS 393105 Super cute in Storries Beach! This 2 storey home sits on .61 of an acre and is fully landscaped and fenced with an 18 x 24 workshop. The house has main floor living with two bedrooms up and a third on the main floor. Nice rural location and close to the beach. A great property for those starting out, downsizing or investing.

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753 Oribi Immaculate level entry bsmnt home in great family

758 Oribi Just open the french doors from the large sunny kitchen onto the picturesque private back yard and fire up the barbecue! Large island, gas stove, separate media room are just some of the pluses in this bright cheery family home. Enjoy the outstanding mountain view through the big windows in the large living room. Upstairs features a master bedroom with large walk-in closet, ensuite with separate shower and tub. Lots of room for the RV, double car garage, and home sits on a 4 foot crawl space for all the storage you need. Situated on a quiet street, close to schools, and walking distance to Merecroft Village. Original owners are meticulous, and it shows! Do not let this one slip past your radar, a must, must see! MLS 394751 $349,900

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2460 Spring Rd This “Grand” executive home is located on an estate size 1.5 acre property in a peaceful area just north of Campbell River. The backyard is private, with easy care garden areas, beautiful rock ponds, fire pit & patio. All lawn areas have been contoured to accommodate a ride around mower keeping upkeep to a minimum. There is a large 30x24 220 wired detached garage, heated and insulated, with ample space left for the hobbiest. Quality & character are apparent throughout the home, reflecting care given to maintenance & extensive updates. Living & dining areas feature oak floors & French doors. Off the dining room is a large, bright kitchen a chef would love, with counter & storage space galore. Upstairs are 4 generous bedrooms, large bonus room and the master with its own walk-in closet & dressing area, as well as a full ensuite. The laundry room has a small deck providing access to a clothes line & features a sink & folding counter with a linen room across the hall, A “rare gem “. MLS 395318 $729,900

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2018 Holm Pl 4500 sqft 3 storey home with soaring coffered ceiling & floor to ceiling rock fireplace, “state of the art” dream kitchen, posh master ensuite, featuring a claw foot soaker tub, his/her vanities, tarantine and glass separate rain shower. This home provides the ultimate in luxury and style, private covered patio with oversized hot tub, and flowing pond. Situated on a park like 0.37 acre lot on a cul de sac in most desirable Penfield West. Ocean and mountain view, separate detached over height and oversized shop. Fully self contained, private 1 bedroom in law suite and the phenomenal movie theatre with sports bar makes this part of “Living The Dream”.

MLS 387265 $729,900

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1057 Cordero Cres 4 bedrooms or 3 bedrooms plus a den, 3 baths, master with ensuite and walk-in closet on main. Inside, the foyer and display shelf offers a place to provide a welcoming note of greenery or perhaps some objects d’art. Great room offers a rock fireplace, vaulted ceilings, hardwood floors and a window overlooking the covered patio at the rear. Large bright kitchen boasting a grand island and an over - abundance of cupboard space. RV parking and situated close to all amenities including walking trails, shopping, schools, hospital and more. Bright and beautiful in sunny Discovery Plateau. MLS 395340 $344,900

area. Outstanding mountain views from this over 2605 sqft walk-out basement home. All the luxuries for the family including gorgeous “Spa- Like” ensuite in the grand master bedroom with large soaker tub. Huge bedrooms and vaulted ceilings make this beauty so desirable. Super sized completely remodelled kitchen, bright with big island and tons of cabinets. Have the kids or the out of town guests enjoy the over abundance of space in the walk-out basement. Heat pump with back up, B/I vac, 2 skylights and an open foyer with Italian tiles. Like new and a must see. MLS 395342 $399,900

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1025 Cordero Cres Attractive architectural details adorn this beautiful design with timeless curb appeal for lasting value. Careful interior planning yields little wasted space. Main level living and bedrooms tip. Featuring a drop area off the garage collects dirt and clutter before it enters the home. Backing onto protected parkland, Campbell River’s most sought out, sunniest subdivision, “Discovery Plateau” where amenities, walking trails are right at your doorstep.

MLS 395024 $379,900

2833 North Beach An “Address of Distinction“. Live well in the secure marina lifestyle in Campbell River’s exclusive gated community - “Newport” where this luxurious custom home sits. Private moorage with 60 amp power to plug in. Custom designed almost 5000 sqft home has all the luxuries you desire. Heated 3 car garage, soaring timber ceilings, chef granite kitchen with custom cherry wood cabinetry, heated tiled flooring, oversized island and a living room perfect for entertaining. Grand open area features floor to ceiling stone fireplace with hardwood flooring. Each large bedroom with own ensuite, solid 8 foot doors throughout, high end movie theatre, gym, 4 zone heating, 6 zone speaker system, and way, way too much more. Must see to believe. Please have a look at the virtual tour online. MLS 387484 $1,099,000

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1103 Cordero Cres This charming two storey design is the ideal house for empty - nesters or for those just starting out with home ownership. The covered entrance leads into the foyer, where half walls open up the view into the great room and through the windows overlooking the back garden. The great room also encompasses a good sized kitchen and breakfast area, making one large, open space to enjoy everyday living activities. Located in desirable Discovery Plateau. Loads of RV parking. NO GST and like new! New Home Warranty and many upgrades from original plan, flooring, fixtures etc....NO GST!

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757 NANCY GREEN DRIVE

1424 sqft, lrg 2 bdrms, 2 full bath, great rm design with 9’ ceilings, hot water on demand, heat pump, 5 apps included, RV parking, Net GST included. MLS 363587

LAST FREE STANDING RANCHER LEFT!! 1530 Sqft, 3 bdrms, 2 full bath, soaker tub, walk-in shower, pantry in kitchen, great rm, covered patio, heat pump, hot water on demand. MLS 363598

1603 sqft, 3 bdrms, 2 full bath, great rm design, hot water on demand, heat pump, covered patio, double garage, fully fenced and landscaped. Net GST included. MLS 388559

1530 sq.ft., 3 bdrm, 2 full bath, heat pump, hot water on demand, double garage, covered patio

Over 2,300 sqft, 5-bdrm 3-bath, including a 2-bdrm in-law suite. Beautifully maintained with many updates, new roof & skylights and more, fully fenced yard with extra long RV parking. MLS 392126

Updated 5 bdrm 2 bath family home with mountain views. Large family rm down for the growing family, plus a indoor workshop with double doors to the rear yard. Amazing Value! MLS 384980

$274,900

$274,900

$137,500

$499,900

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$329,900

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#17–301 ARIZONA DRIVE #16-301 ARIZONA DRIVE 1424 sqft, lrg 2 bdrms, 2 full bath, 9’ft ceilings through-out, great rm, pantry in kitchen, walk-in shower, soaker tub, covered patio, RV parking, heat pump, hot water on demand. MLS 363601

1424 sqft, lrg 2 bdrms, 2 full bath, 9’ft ceilings through-out, great rm, pantry in kitchen, walk-in shower, soaker tub, covered patio, RV parking, heat pump, hot water on demand. MLS 363601

$499,900

$145,000 SEMI OCEAN FRONT W/ SOUTHERN EXPOSURE!!

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$289,900

INTHEGR !! PENDANO NVH

#309-280 S DOGWOOD Beautifully updated 2 Bdrm, fresh paint, new flooring, and new cabinets & counters, Outside the building has new windows and decks. Fabulous area and a well run condo. 55+ building.

BEAUTIFUL unobstructed ocean & mountain views 8 year old 2569 sqft home. 3 bdrm + den, 3 bath Awesome floor plan with open vaulted ceilings, large gourmet kitchen with granite counters, stainless steel appliances and pantry. MLS# 394768

$295,900

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Main floor south facing, condo with ocean & mountain views. 2 bdrms, 1 bath 900 sqft adult oriented complex, includes 5 appliances. Call today and own. MLS 385299

$319,900

#7–301 ARIZONA DRIVE

3923 DOLPHIN ROAD

Virtual Listing !! Another NVH custom built home. Call today to change the plan, or choose your colours. 10 year new home warranty. Bring your ideas or use ours. MLS 38510

1424 sqft, lrg 2 bdrms, 2 full bath, great rm design with 9’ ceilings, hot water on demand, heat pump, 5 apps included, RV parking, Net GST included. MLS 363587

Completely renovated 1,344 s/f 3 bdrm & 2bath home. New drywall, paint, woodstove, hot water tank, flooring, doors, kitchen, decks, fixtures, counter tops, bathrooms and more... All on 2/3 acre with veggie & flower gardens, fish pond, fruit trees, semi-detached garage & an extra private little guest cabin.

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787 S. ALDER STREET

1595 sqft, 3 bdrms, 2 full bath, great rm, pantry in kitchen, covered patio, heat pump, double garage, hot water on demand, fully fenced and landscaped, Net GST included. MLS 363596

Unique Country Charm 2740 sqft 5 bdrms, 3 bath updated home on 1/4 acre lot. Extras include a craft/hobby rm. woodstove, gas fireplace, large family rm, new kitchen. MLS 391352

Tastefully Updated 4 bdrm, 2 bath, 1950 Sqft mountain & ocean view home with new roof & new windows, and RV & boat parking. MLS 393856

$409,900

$295,900

$289,700

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Planned 2900 + sqft large family home 3 bdrm 3 bath. Price includes blinds, fencing, front & back yard grassed. Use our plan or bring your own. NVH homes will build to suit all your wants and needs!! MLS 385108

1595 sqft, 3 bdrms, 2 full bath, great rm, pantry in kitchen, covered patio, heat pump, double garage, hot water on demand, fully fenced and landscaped, Net GST included. MLS 363597

$299,900

$149,700

SUNSETS & MOUNTAIN VIEWS

202 ISLAND HWY. Beautifully renovated 2 bdrm, 2 bath home with amazing ocean and mountain views all on a .33 acre lot. Lots of RV parking with full hookups, detached garage and room for a shop or subdivision. MLS 394201

$450,000 SEMI WATER-FRONT CONDO

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16-605 ROCKLAND ROAD

315-585 S. DOGWOOD ST.

#59-2006 SIERRA DRIVE

207-2740 S. ISLAND HWY.

419 HARROGATE ROAD

Updated spacious & private 1150 sqft, 2 bdrm, 2 bath patio home, RV parking, guest accommodations, putting green, fenced private patio backing on green space. MLS 380983

Nicely updated 2 bdrm. 2 bath top floor mountain view condo with fireplace. Excellent location near schools, shopping, trails, bus routes. Pet friendly building and rentals allowed. MLS 387907

Elegant 2 bdrm + den 1327 sqft patio home on golf course, features hot water on demand, covered patio, heat pump, lots of storage. MLS 390238

Very clean & tidy 963 sqft semiocean front condo, pet friendly, rental friendly, updated 2 bdrm + den, with in-suite laundry. Just waiting for you!! MLS 385115

2 homes 1 price !! 5 bdrm, 4 bath 3500 sqft beautifully updated home(s) on .44 of a very private acre. Legal duplex and large wired heated shop & lots of RV parking. MLS 389532

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4200 sqft 7 bdrm 4 bath home with ocean & mountain views. Walkout rancher with room for extended family with a 2nd kitchen down. Perched high on a private huge flat landscaped lot extending out to the ridge. MLS 371783

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UPDATED RANCHER W/SHOP Wow! Nicely updated 3 bdrm character rancher with hardiplank siding, newer roof & windows and remodelled kitchen and bath. Located on a big corner lot with lots of RV parking, a detached garage with shop, close to town. MLS 393855

NEW REDUCED PRICE!!

692 PACIFIC HEIGHTS

2180 15TH AVE Updated 2484 sqft, 3 bdrm up and self contained legal 2 bdrm suite down. Great investment property, lots of potential, both currently rented out. MLS 388559

180º Unobstructed Ocean & Coastal Mountain Views. Beautifully updated 4000 sqft 5 bdrm 3 bath walkout rancher. Enjoy watching sunrises over the ocean and mountains each morning from your wrap around deck. Must See!! MLS 392139

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SAT,JULY 18 • 2-3:30 560 OTTER RD. $649,900

SAT, JULY 18•12:30-2 265 S. MCPHEDRAN $249,900

SAT, JULY 18•5:30-7 PM 3396 WILLOW CREEK

SAT, JULY 18•11-12:30 1762 PENFIELD RD $269,900

SAT, JULY 18•1-2:30 21 CAROLINA DR $282,900

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SAT, JULY 18 • 11:30-1 753 ORIBI $399,900

SAT, JULY 18 • 11:30-1 758 ORIBI $349,900

SUN, JULY 19 • 11:30-1 1057 CORDERO $344,900

SUN, JULY 19 • 11:30-1 1025 CORDERO $379,900

SAT, JULY 18 • 11-1 107-1350 S. ISL. HWY. $239,900

SAT, JULY 18 • 11-1 101-1350 S. ISL. HWY. $214,900

SAT, JULY 18•12:30-1:30 280 ANNE RD $279,900

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SAT, JULY 18 • 2-3 4282 BARCLAY RD $289,900

SAT, JULY 18 • 12-1 1791-16TH AVE. $223,900

SAT, JULY 18 • 2-3 489 PONDEROSA PL $499,900

SAT, JULY 18 • 1-3 603 NATURE PARK DR $749,000

SAT, JULY 18 • 1-2 285 ERICKSON $298,800

SUN, JULY 19•12:30-1:30 530 BARTLETT $245,000

SUN, JULY 19 •1-3 101-894 S. ISL. HWY. $129,900

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Unique building lot, just steps from Willow Point Beach and Ken Forde boat ramp. This 0.824 acre south facing property would be ideal for your dream property. Would require development permit.

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SATURDAY, JULY 18

You will be amazed by the location and view for this 5 bedroom home that looks and lives like a rancher but has plenty of space for extended family. Open concept from the kitchen through to the dining room and sunken living room. Unique floor plan has main entry in the centre of the home, making this ideal for home office use. Relax on the covered deck and enjoy the mountain views. Downstairs has a large family room, 3rd bathroom, 2 bedrooms, large bright laundry room, an incredible storage area and wood stove. Great price for this home with new and near new flooring. $319,900

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1956 S. Alder

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Location!- location!-location! 1400 sprawling square feet of luxury rancher living three spacious bedroom two spa like baths-enjoy raising your family with all the benefits of the sports Plex -the ball diamond -and the water park across the street. This is an exclusive listing and at $259,000.00 it’s not going to last long!

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Now’s your chance to view this amazing property! You won’t know you’re in the City, so close to downtown you could easily walk, yet nestled in a quiet corner with Nunns Creek flowing through. Over 4 acres zoned multi-family so many possibilities! Build a second home, or develop into patio homes. Or simply enjoy and relax, and hold for future potential. You’ll enjoy evenings by the creek around the fire pit, or tinkering in your 3 bay garage that is large enough to park 5 vehicles and comes complete with a paint booth. For the gardener, there are fruit trees, berries and veggie garden fenced off. The home has a suite downstairs, separate rec room with washroom, lovely main floor with wood accents and 2 bedrooms upstairs. You must come and see this home! Offers to $649,900.

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Summer Swim Club has Hardy Boys candied salmon Now On 3 bdrm, 2 bath. Sale. HELP TEAM CANADA’S HIP Quiet end of street. HOP GO TO THE WORLDS with your bottle or in kind donations. 307 Frances Ave. 4 bdrm, 2 bath. Desirable Help Team Canada by supporting Rockland area. Large lot. Boston Pizza & Little Caesars Across from park. $329,900 Pizza - pls tell them you support TEAM CANADA!

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3210 - 27 S. Island Hwy, CR• $279,000

TRADES CONSIDERED Main floor south facing Outstanding Views and Value!! One of the largest floor plans - preferred southern views- walk out level featuring 2 private decks - great for all day sun and perfect for those gardening buffs- Sellers will look at a PENDING SALE detached rancher in trade. MLS 382304

1303 - 27 S. Island Hwy, CR• $219,900

This unit features an unobstructed south facing, ocean view. Private deck, 1 bedroom. 800 sq.ft.

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You couldn’t pick a nicer place to begin! 3 Bds, a cheery kitchen/family room combo, remodelled bath & 2 gas fireplaces to warm your heart. All new vinyl windows too! Large Rv parking w Excellent lane access! Covered back patio gazes out to Greenspace! Exceptional Value at $229,900! Make it Yours Today!

Large 2 bed/2 bath suite with 2 Underground Parking Stalls in the Whaler Lodge! Moorage, Fish Cleaning Station, Pool, Hot Tub, Exercise room & Exclusive Use of the Rooftop Patio included in strata fee. Beautiful New Kitchen, Brand New Appliances, Flooring & Modern Paint Palette. Dynamic Close Views of Cruise Ships & Marine Life! These large suites are selling quickly so don’t miss out! $289,000

CAPTIVATING OCEAN VIEW! Made for Family Living, Space wont be a problem here! The Huge Kitchen-Family Room Combo plus 3 Full Baths and 5 bedrooms, make Mornings Easy! You’ll love the Sun Drenched Deck and Roomy Rec Room! Big Double Garage & Brand New Roof Too! Steps to Georgia Park Elementary, Southgate and Timberline College! A Ton of House for the price! $379,900! MLS# 379246 NEW PRICE!

NEW LISTING!

CLASSY & AFFORDABLE! Beautifully reno’ed 2 bed + den mobile with new Espresso Kitchen, “as new” Bathrm, updated flooring, huge flex room & raised garden beds! 55+, 1 small pet Ok. Peaceful setting at the end of a no through road & only minutes from Groceries, Pub, Nature Trails, Storey Creek Golf, Saratoga Beach & more! $48,500

LUXURIOUS RANCHER + CARRIAGE HOUSE

Superb quality on .50 Acre in gentrified Willow Point! Contemporary great room with soaring vaulted ceilings, rich wood floors, granite counters, wrap around verandah! Step out from your elegant master suite onto a magnificent covered deck and stargaze! An elaborate pond & lush landscape make this a very special place to call home! REDUCED TO $665,000! MLS# 392402

BEST LOCATION IN COMPLEX!!!

Top Floor, SW Corner, 2 Bd/2 Bath suite has Outstanding views of Sunsets, Mountains & Forest! Shows “As New”! 55+, Wheelchair accessible, Natural Gas, Hot Water & Secure Underground Parking included! Mountain View is a well managed, worry free building, Conveniently Close to New Hospital & All Services! Call today! You’ll be glad you did! $185,000.

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Captivating 2-Storey plan with Deluxe Master Suite on the Main, High Vaulted Ceilings, Maple Kitchen & Rich Laminate Floors! Never climb stairs again---save the upstairs bedrooms & huge Bonus room for the Grandchildren! Large Double Garage, & Direct South Exposed Lot—great for a garden or shop! $379,900.


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$434,900 MLS 395101

FABULOUS WEST COAST Four bedroom 3 bath updated home situated on a beautifully treed, landscaped & fenced private 0.31 Acre lot! Dramatic expansive windows & vaulted ceiling in living and dining rooms, large master with 2 sinks, spa soaker tub & separate shower. Sliders to private balcony, interior painting, laminate flooring, crown mouldings. Large sundeck off family room. The 4th bedroom has own access and could be a home based business office. Oversized garage plus storage shed and a perfect place to walking trails and the beach!

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342 ISLAND HWY. $524,900 MLS# 392028

WALKING TRAILS AT YOUR BACKDOOR Custom designed 3,350 sq.ft. 3 storey, 4 bedroom, 4 bathroom family home with detached 10 x 18 ft. workshop on 0.18 of an acre, bordering Beaver Lodge Trust Lands. Lovely 10 ft. ceilings in living room, gas fireplace, efficient gas hot water heating, 6 inch interior walls, beautiful oak flooring, greenhouse solarium off kitchen. 5 skylights. Master bedroom on main floor with 3 pce. ensuite & big walk-in closet. Basement theatre room with overhead projector. Originally builders own dream home. Fully fenced private backyard.

1140 SOUTH ISLAND HWY. $599,000 MLS# 383223

TIMBER FRAME OCEAN VIEW HOME Gorgeous, panoramic ocean/mountain views from this builder’s own custom crafted home. Fabulous kitchen, huge centre granite island & countertops. All appliances included, new heat pump, gas living room fireplace with side bookcases. Large dining room. Entire upstairs is decadent master bedroom, walk-in shower, soaker tub, 2 sinks & heated tile floors. Brazilian hardwood floors. Oversize garage with workshop area. Deck plumbed for hot tub & gas heater. Newly landscaped backyard. Side RV parking.

844 MARINA BLVD. $289,900 MLS# 388312 OCEAN VIEW RANCHER Beautifully maintained 2 bedroom rancher plus den, 1,302 sq.ft. with lovely ocean view. New roof, hardiplank siding, full bath with soaker tub & seated shower. Very open plan for modern living. Original wood ceilings, oak kitchen, new doors & carpets. 2 pce. bath in laundry. Very private, fenced yard, great for kids & pets. Huge paving stone patio. Side access for RV storage. Quiet Rockland neighbourhood.

OCEAN VIEW HOME ON 2/3 OF AN ACRE Breathtaking ocean & mountain view can be yours! Gorgeous 0.65 acre setting, right in town. Custom designed unique 2 storey home with oak kitchen, nook, dining room, new HRV core, 2 yr. roof & skylights. One bedroom on main floor, 2 bedrooms upstairs plus family room with incredible ocean views. Open vaulted living room ceiling with 2 skylights makes room very bright & airy. Single carport with workshop area. Separate garden shed. The property has lane access & private backyard.

#302-87 S ISLAND HWY. $259,900 MLS# 388197

74 SHELL RD. $1,135,000 MLS 394962

79 ROCKLAND RD. $849,900 MLS#379036

3762 MCLELAN RD. $321,900 MLS 394913

SEASIDE ESTATES - WATERFRONT CONDO WOW! What a fabulous view from this top floor 1,100 sq.ft. condo. 2 skylights, open plan, 2 bedrooms ( presently 1 bedroom converted into lovely seaside dining room - can easily be changed back into bedroom), 2 baths & a den. Oak kitchen with all appliances included & convenient breakfast bar. Living room has cozy gas fireplace & access to beachfront sundeck where you will spend many enjoyable hours. Utility room with stacking washer/dryer. Rentals are allowed & 1 small pet. Quick possession.

150 FT. OF WALK ON WATERFRONT Beautiful one of a kind properties, 2 separate lots – one with lovely renovated 2,750 sq.ft. basement home on 75ft. x 204ft. lot and adjacent undeveloped lot 75ft. X 168ft. To be sold as 1 parcel. Gorgeous 150ft. of beach frontage. Vacant lot can be sold separately. New designer kitchen with center island, granite countertops, cherry wood cabinets, tile floors. 2 new bathrooms. Maple hardwood floors on main, all. new windows. Concrete seaside walkways, garden shed. Very private, no thru road.

YOU CAN SEE FOR MILES Fabulous ocean & mountain views! Custom designed home over 4,000 sq.ft. Beautiful open design living space, includes a convenient 2 bedroom suite. Gorgeous Brazilian hardwood floors, large kitchen with maple cabinets, granite countertops, centre island & walkin pantry. 2nd level has an ocean view media room. Breakfast nook with access to covered sundeck. Lovely master bedroom with deluxe ensuite. Wine making room, root cellar, gated RV parking, 22 ft. x 24 ft. garage & room for a shop.

OCEAN GROVE RANCHER Beautifully rejuvenated 3 bedroom 1,463 sq.ft. brick & cedar rancher on 0.3 acre Ocean Grove lot, close to elementary school & park. Updates over the past 5 years include new doors, crown mouldings, exterior & interior paint, lovely metal roof with warranty, new gas furnace & living room gas fireplace, new flooring, slate kitchen, nook & hallway floors, kitchen backsplash & countertops, built-in wine cooler, lovely new main bath with 2 vessel sinks, new tub/ shower. Gas range in kitchen windows updates. Spacious bright open floor plan. Lots of storage in utility room, plus laundry tub & spare fridge. Big double garage, lots of RV parking, & shed & room to build a shop. Sundeck is great for summer entertaining & you will never have to worry about your pets or children in the totally fenced private yard. No through road & walk to school.

2404 GLENMORE RD. $429,900 MLS 395249

COUNTRY CHARMER ON 2 ACRES Absolutely beautiful acreage with 3 bedroom 2 bath country charmer home, that was extensively renovated in 2007. Massive 1,089 sq.ft. deck overlooks the beauty of towering evergreens and 9 fruit trees. The home is positioned high on the lot for total privacy. Open beam construction, cedar tongue and groove ceilings, fir floors and window trim, living room gas propane insert in stone fireplace provides lots of heat and warm ambience. Floors in kitchen and creative back splash are tile, all main windows have been replaced. Brand new fridge, dishwasher and range 7 years old, 1 year hot water tank, all plumbing has been replaced with new pipes. Spacious master bedroom on main floor with 2 bedrooms up. Drilled and shallow wells. Hot tub, fire pit, outside kitchen for parties, 20 x 25 quonset hut, chicken coop, storage shed, wood shed, gazebo, greenhouse, horse shoe pitch. Close to shopping, river, beach, golf course, school. Quiet dead end street.

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1,850 sq.ft. rancher, 3 bedrooms, 2 full bathrooms. Oversized doorways & wide halls make this accessible friendly. Up to 50% reduction in energy cost vs conventional housing in this Superior Certified Built Green home. TRF Woodcrafts Ltd. are pleased to provide additional packages for appliances, window coverings & landscaping. trfwoodcrafts.com. $414,900 MLS# 380750

2200 FOREST GROVE DR.

This superior home is clearly one of a kind! Quality is evident throughout. Taller than average interior doors, vaulted ceilings, soaring windows. EnerGuide of 84. State of the art kitchen. 3 bedrooms & 3 bathrooms. Open plan. 19 x 23 Bonus room. Attached 3 car garage & separate 2 car garage - both have RV plugs & sani dumps. $749,900 MLS# 381269

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542 BARTLETT RD. What a cutie! Three bedrooms, two bathrooms, family room and fully fenced - not to mention totally affordable. This home has RV parking complete with a sani dump, 220 in the garage and a very private yard. Gorgeous little 244 sq.ft. hobby house in the back yard with wiring is an added plus for an art room, potting studio; anything you wish. Campbell River is a beautiful sea side City with much to offer from biking, boating, skiing, golfing & fishing, the list is endless. We are only 30 minutes from our International Airport with direct flights to a multitude of destinations within Canada as well as non stop flights to Mexico. We are so affordable! $254,900 MLS# 395265

#311-350 S. ISLAND HWY.

1i - 690 COLWYN ST.

Exceptional quality, solid owner built home complete with a great ocean view. 3 full floors, 2 bedrooms on top floor. Main floor houses 2 more large bedrooms, a family room as well as formal dining & living rooms. Room for everyone! Beautiful large lot just under half an acre with fully mature landscaping. 24 x 24 garage. $415,500 MLS# 380198

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A home away from home. Cute, cozy, 1 bedroom condo, perfect scenario for those who would like a smaller home base while spending the majority of their time experiencing the world! Also perfect for the retired senior or the single independent 1st time buyer. Your own entrance & in-unit laundry. Only a 5 minute walk to town. $118,000 MLS# 380696 This is an investors dream as the property is totally looked after by a management corporation in a rental pool. One of the loveliest 1 bedroom condos in Campbell River with numerous perks as well! Can be owner occupied but also rented, as it is now. Rents for $625.00/ month. A little beauty!

250-287-0151

SUITE #107- Well maintained north corner ground floor condo with awesome ocean view from bedrooms, living room and kitchen. 2 full bathrooms. 1253 sq.ft. secure underground parking, humongous wrap-around cement sundeck and awesome ocean views. Gas fireplace. Quick Possession Possible. MLS 384419 OFFERED AT $239,900. SUITE # 101 - Good mountain and ocean view from this 1185 sqft condo with 2 bedrooms and 2 full baths. Gas fireplace, built in vacuum, located on South West corner. Well maintained building with secure underground parking. Small pet allowed. New roof & quick posession. MLS 392736 OFFERED AT $214,900

UPDATED MOBILE #23-2520 QUINSAM ROAD 2 bedroom, 1 bath located at #23 Quinsam Park. Newer roof, windows & flooring. Backing onto woods. MLS 395373 OFFERED AT $39,900

100 FEET LAKE FRONTAGE 9334 MARTIN PARK DRIVE, BLACK CREEK, BC This spacious 1900 sq.ft. home offers 4 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms. Large living room and sunroom. 100 feet of sandy lakefront and beautiful views of Robinson Lake which has its own association to monitor water quality and fish stocks. There are no motorized boats. There is a double garage and RV parking. There is a cemented crawl space and heated by electric heat pump. Many updates. 3 1/2 miles up Macaulay Road. MLS 390769 OFFERED AT $399,900!

SUITE DEAL- 524 PINECREST ROAD 5 bedroom, 2½ bath. Home accross from skating rink & swimming pool, many updates. Including roof, windows, flooring, inlaw suite down. MLS 393754 OFFERED AT $274,900

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Can’t Beat The Price! 206 - 622 S. Island Hwy. 2 bed/1 bath back quiet unit. Get onto property ladder with this unit. 5 appliances, covered parking, storage. Pets & rentals OK

MLS 390780 $99,900

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Semi-Waterfront Condo 413-872 S. Island Hwy. 2 bed, 1 bath, in suite laundry, TWO parking spots. Remediated exterior & common areas - Rentals/Pets OK

$139,000 MLS 394140

2142 Arnason Rd

For Him - 700 sqft detached double garage/ shop, wired, heated & plumbed. For Her - Cutie pie in need of cosmetic touches. 1320 sqft 3 bed/ 2 bath, quiet area, rancher in Willow Point. Parking +++ GREAT STARTER!! $259,000 MLS 395407

Willow Point Townhouse 15-2055 Galerno Rd. 2 bed/ 2 ½ bath in well run Willow Point Villas. Rentals subject to strata council approval.

MLS 377744 $189,900

856 - 7th Ave. 2.57 acre lot in city close to downtown & school. Lots of development potential. MLS 383883 $649,900

Semi-waterfront Condo 260 Harbour Rd. Cortes Island

662 B Elkhorn Road 1/2 stratified duplex. 3 bedrooms, 1639 sq.ft. Potential for family room. Fenced front yard, large back yard. Rent $1100/mo. 1 small pet OK. Close to Carihi & downtown

$165,000 MLS 391974

Water view, Whaletown Harbour, 0.38 acre lot Business opportunity Idyllic Setting Character home

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MLS 391533 $282,000

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Ocean View! Ocean View! Silversea one of the finest addresses in Campbell River. Does not get any better than this dead on view of the ocean, mountains & Campbell River’s famous SeaWalk. Quality construction is evident in this 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom plus den unit. Over sized walk-in closet in the master suite. $329,900 MLS# 369195

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Located in the heart of willow point you will find this three bedroom two bath rancher in a quiet, great family neighborhood. With impressive attention to detail this home shows like new. The kitchen area complete with gas range is an open concept design joining both the family room, and dining area. For a little extra room and privacy there is a separate den/living room at the front of the home. The master bathroom is larger than most with both a soaker tub and shower. Out back you can enjoy your private yard with large hedging giving you a little seclusion from the rest of the world. With almost 1500 square feet this home would be great for someone wanting to retire or get into their first home. All of this is centrally located, close to trails, schools and only minutes to the beach. Homes like this are in high demand, have a look today to avoid disappointment. $322,000 MLS 395075

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636 NELSON RD. Here we have a great home to raise your family in or retire. Main level entry home, open concept living upstairs. Partly covered deck. Spacious kitchen is a chef’s delight and opens up to both the great room and dining area. Master bedroom can be your retreat and comes complete with a shower and soaker tub. Downstairs you will find another bedroom along with a full bath and family room. Some extra features downstairs includes a large crawl space with 2 separate doors for access as well as a built in workshop. Outside, the mature landscaping and RV parking. Located in a very desirable area close to all levels of schools, trails and other amenities. $419,000 MLS 387768

828 THULIN If location is important to you keep in mind this property. Only seconds to downtown Campbell River this three bedroom home has seen some recent updates including new smart siding, windows, paint, electrical and flooring. Sit at your table and enjoy the ocean and city views. Another perk to this property is the RV parking with access to your backyard. The market is busy right now so don’t miss your chance as this charming, character home that would make a great starter home or excellent investment property. $ 219,000 MLS 393282

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• 1200+ sq. ft. mobile on its own .19 acre land • Spacious, bright, 3 bdrm, 1 bath home • Updated roof, siding, deck and hot water tank • With some work this could be a good family home or vacation getaway • Located in Zeballos, the sports persons paradise

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MLS 395273

1124 Blesbok Rd $345,000!!

NEW PRICE!

5 bedroom, 3 bathrooms

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61 Oregon Rd 3bed, 3 baths, 1710sqft $269,500

355 Carolyn Drive

rancher on almost a 1/4 acre lot, 3 bed, energy efficient. $262,000 MLS 392133

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265 S McPhedran $249,900

84 McPhedran $289,000

Cute 3 bed 2 baths 1200 sqft rancher Close to Beaver Lodge

3 bed 2 bath 1500 sqft

MLS 394540

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$219,000

$299,000

$165,000!! MLS 380645

2 bed 2baths condo 1287 sqft

9 bare land strata units MacVeigh Contracting Ltd

3 level townhouse 3bed/2½bath close to hospital/shopping

211-9 Adams Rd

2-970 Petersen

41-270 Evergreen

Gateway to Eco Tourism in the North Island - SAYWARD LISTINGS GREAT RENTAL INVESTMENT!

#31-400 Robron Rd. 3 bdrm 2 bath nearly 2000sqft, $134,000 MLS 393785

9375 Doyle Rd

3742 Island Hwy

3 bed, 3 baths, 2502sqft $449,990 MLS 387391

1 acre, 2 bed, 1 bath, 6 horse stalls $259,900 MLS 389850

OCEAN VIEW!

NEW PRICE!

1677 Brook Cres 4 bed, 3 baths, 2130 sqft $284,999 MLS 389407

$475,000 • 909 Sayward Rd Beautiful riverfront acreage w/ restored Heritage Home

252 Virginia Dr

2665 Penfield Rd

3819 Peak Dr

3306 Macaulay Rd

4 bed, 3 baths, 2601sqft $449,900 MLS 385049

5 bed, 3 baths, 3175sqft 4 bed, 3 baths, 2800sqft 3 bed, 2 baths, 1777sqft $461,500 MLS 388758 $499,900 MLS 386720 $434,900 MLS 387299

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$163,000 • 251 Spar St Large fam 3 bdrm 2 bath home

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$175,000 • 170 Seaview Dr House - 4 bds, 2 bths

4 HOUSES

PRICE REDUCTION $380,000 • 572 Sabre Rd Family home - 5 bds, 3 bths

$119,900 • 430 MacMillan Dr House - 4 bds, 2 bths

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$299,000 • 1242 Sayward Rd 4 - 3 bds, 1 bths houses

NEW PRICE $30,000 #301 - 611 MacMillan Dr 2 beds, 1 bath, top floor

#1102-27 S. Island Hwy 1 bed, 1 bath, 800sqft $204,000 MLS 390282

748A Robron Rd 106-611 MacMillan Dr

2 bed, 1 baths, 912sqft $139,900 MLS 384566

2 bed, 1 bath, 765sqft $32,500 MLS 390842

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.20 acre lot in Maryland. Room for shop. Building plans available.

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www.islandsbesthomes.ca PRICE REDUCTION 658 MAPLE RD.

OPEN HOUSE • Sat, July 18 • 11am-12:30pm

1762 PENFIELD RD. This immaculate 3 bedroom, 2 bath 1330 sq.ft. rancher has so much to offer.

Panoramic views from this Heriot Bay oceanfront home with 155 feet of walk on waterfront. Was $528,000

$499,999

MLS # 393058

$269,900

MLS # 395114

BILL BRADSHAW

PRICE REDUCTION 265 VIRGINIA PL. This home lives like a rancher with the master bedroom on the mail level. Sunning custom design on a huge fenced yard in Maryland Estates. Was $449,500

$439,000

MLS # 393101

PRICE REDUCTION 103-738 ISLAND HWY Located across from the ocean. Convenient and accessible, this ground floor unit provides a bright, open layout. Was $167,000

$165,000

MLS # 390433

Personal Real Estate Corporation

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PRICE REDUCTION 1281 LEISHMANS RD. Incredible views down Discovery Passage from this custom built Copper Bluffs home. Was $525,000 $499,000

MLS # 394287

250-895-0826

OPEN HOUSE • Sat, July 18 • 1-2:30pm

21 CAROLINA DR. Outstanding 3 bedroom, 2 bath rancher with a bright open living area, featuring a generous sized kitchen with plenty of counter space, large island and beautiful wood cabinetry.

$282,900

Personal Real Estate Corporation

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1307 VAUGHN RD.

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SOLD MLS # 387887 Personal Real Estate Corporation

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Was $173,000

NEW LISTING 648 NELSON RD. Spacious, bright & cozy...that’s what you will find in this beautiful Georgia Park home.

$169,000

MLS # 390933

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NEW LISTING 5-91 DAHL RD.

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British woman campaigns to put Sybil Andrews on the £20 note would like to feature on the note,” the bank announced earlier this year. “There are a wealth of individuals within the field of visual arts whose work shaped British thought, innovation, leadership, values and society and who continue to inspire people today,” Mark Carney – former Governor of the Bank of Canada who now holds that position with the Bank of England – said in the announcement. “I greatly look forward to hearing from the public who they would like to

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celebrate. Jane Bashem, Vice Chair of the South Suffolk Labour Party, took up that call, and is putting her weight behind the Campbell River icon, who grew up in Suffolk. “I can’t think of a

more inspirational artist for these times,” Basham wrote in an open letter defending her choice. “(Andrews) took an apprenticeship as a welder when her parents couldn’t afford to send her to train in the visual arts. Her commitment and hard work led her to producing some unforgettable images that will – to my mind – always carry her strong associations with Suffolk.” Ken Blackburn, Executive Director of the Campbell River Arts Council, emphatically agrees. The Grosvener

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to the English avant garde of the 20s and 30s,” Blackburn says. “They used Sybil and her groups’ work on all of their posturing for sports events, and in advertising…they were huge.” Once the nomination period closes on July 19, the nominations will be whittled down to a shortlist of nine for testing in focus groups, and then Carney himself will make the final choice as to who will grace the

face of the bill between the remaining three to five finalists. The note will then be “introduced into circulation in the next three to five years,” according to the Bank of England. It might be a tough go for Andrews to win the nomination, however, as other artists being considered are such famous names as Francis Bacon, George Stubbs, William Blake, J.M.W. Turner, John Constable and Stanley Kubrick.

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WATERFRONT PROPERTY FOR RENT The City-owned property at 1047A South Island Highway will be available for rent as of July 15th. This 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom, fully furnished rental property is situated on a waterfront lot with a panoramic ocean view. A fridge, stove, dishwasher, microwave, washer and dryer are included in the rent of $1,550/month + utilities. A security deposit will be required. Non-smoking tenants only. Interested? Complete the rental application on the City’s website (www.campbellriver.ca) under Your City Hall / Departments / Property Services and email to Lynsey.Wells@campbellriver.ca. Applications are due by 4p.m. July 31.

REMINDER: CEMETERY ADORNMENTS This is a reminder for anyone who may wish to pick up adornments or memorabilia removed from grave spaces at Elk Falls cemetery. People have until July 31 to make arrangements to collect these items from the City of Campbell River Parks Department. We appreciate the cooperation that we have received from everyone during this period of change. Over the past year, many family members have visited the Dogwood Operations Centre to pick up items, but some remain. These items will be disposed of after July 31. If you have a loved one interred at the Elk Falls cemetery and might not have time to pick up items that are important to you before July 31, please let us know which item or items you would like held, and when you expect to be able to drop by at 385 South Dogwood Street. Please call the City of Campbell River Parks Department at 250-286-7275 if you have any questions. 301 St. Ann’s Road, Campbell River, BC V9W 4C7 Telephone: 250-286-5700 info@campbellriver.ca www.campbellriver.ca


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Campbell River Search and Rescue (SAR) got a bit of a financial boost this week, accepting a $1,500 cheque from Veteran’s UN Nato Canada. The veterans’ support organization recently held a poker run to raise money for military veterans, but feels it’s also important to recognize other services that also keep communities and our citizenry safe. Terry Donald, North Island Representative for the organization, who was a rescue diver with the Canadian military, says he understands the value of SAR services for a community, which is why they want to support it. Both

the military and SAR teams do their part to keep our communities safe, he said. “I understand the need for it, I believe in it, that’s why I decided that we were going to do this,” Donald said. “People don’t realize how fast they can get themselves into trouble (in the wilderness),” and by the time they find out, they need services like SAR and the military to be available. “Although we have a patch on our back, we’re not a gang. We’re a foundation and charitable organization, and our main goal is to help take care of our veterans,” but part of supporting veterans is supporting the communities and support groups

in which they live. Tim Fairbank, Manager of Campbell River SAR, was happy to receive the donation. “This is just one of the many examples of how good the community has been to us,” Fairbank said. Most of the organization’s overhead and day-to-day operating cost is covered by grants and they get reimbursed by the provincial government for their expenses when they are in the field, but their equipment and many of their training expenses come from fundraising and donations like this one. So what are they going to use this particular $1,500 for? “Well, it all goes into the pool, and there’s a

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Terry Donald, left, North Island Representative for Veterans UN NATO Canada, presents a $1,500 cheque to Tim Fairbank, Manager of Campbell River Search and Rescue. The funds were raised at a recent poker run supporting local veterans and the communities in which they live.

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A professional study of potential riverfront access projects and other related improvements in the Campbellton area will continue to gather information through the summer leading to a public open house event in September. Planning consultants Ross Sharp and Pat Harrison have met with a range of interested parties regarding various options such as adding some riverside viewing platforms in the downtown area of Campbellton and improving aspects of the Myrt Thompson Trail, which follows the river frontage southeastward from an access point at the east end of Maple Street. In a recent presentation to City staff and representatives of other interest groups, Sharp and Harrison discussed issues related to three specific sites, especially the challenges of inadequate parking space at the end of Maple Street but also potential attributes

for viewing platforms at the vacant lot near Tamarack Street between the Island Highway bridges, now fenced off, and at the east end of Spruce Street, now blocked by unkempt bushes. They also mentioned potential for a fourth riverfront viewing platform site along the Myrt Thompson Trail where the river bends, a fifth site that could use an existing cement pad along the trail as an elevated viewpoint and a sixth at an existing but deteriorating platform at the south end of the trail - all of which would be subject to prior consent of the Campbell River Indian Band. (The cement base is a remnant of a log-dumping facility.) Sharp, a professional planner, and Harrison, a landscape architect with extensive experience in the local area, are aiming to develop a list of specific proposals that the City of Campbell River and the Campbellton Neighbourhood Association » » » »

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Celebration of Life for Dennis Forrest

Keith Folster

July 20, 1945–July 10, 2015 Keith Folster, loving husband, father, grandfather, and greatgrandfather, as well as brother, uncle, cousin, and friend went to be with his Lord and Savior Jesus Christ on July 10, 2015. He was born in Leeds, England and moved to Campbell River as a young child. He was a long time employee of Upland Excavating and a member of the International Union of Operating Engineers, Local 115. Keith spent retirement playing crib and enjoying time with greatgrandchildren Mackenzie and Dean. He will be deeply missed by his wife Tym, daughters Rhonda (Bob), and Roberta, grandchildren Drew, Kass (Melissa), Megan, Erika, Jeremy, and Emily, great-grandchildren Mackenzie and Dean, brother Ken (Helen), sisters Karen (Dave) and Carol (Les) as well as many nieces and nephews. Keith is predeceased by parents Mary and Stanley Folster, sister Kay Schultz, brother Kerry Mark Folster and sons Dean and Brentley Folster. In lieu of owers, donations can be made to the Canadian Diabetes Association or Heart and Stroke Foundation. A celebration of Keith’s life will be held Saturday, July 18, 2015 at Christian Life Fellowship, 445 Merecroft Rd. at 12:30 pm.

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In memory of my friends

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Katherine was pre-deceased by her husband, Pete, in 1992, her parents, her sisters Susan and Rosalind and her brother John. Katherine lived her 93 years surrounded by an amazing family and group of friends. Born in Nikoliapol, Ukraine, Katherine came to Canada at the age of 4. Her family settled in Saskatchewan where she lived until entering Normal School. She is survived by one sister, Annie, two daughters, Diane (Glen) Cleveland and Lee (Gary) Blandino, grandchildren Darin (Nola) and Janice Muir, Brent (Diane) and Byron (Christine) Blandino, great grandchildren Hannah and Olivia Muir, Xander and Eden Blandino and many nieces and nephews. Katherine retired from her teaching career in 1983 at the age of 61. She was a professional in a time when many women did not work outside the home. Katherine was known to have taught many students to read, write and do arithmetic in the Black Creek schools. Teaching was her calling and her passion. She taught her students to be persistent in learning and to “never give up�. Her personal love of learning, her patience, and a desire to share what she learned with others made her an exceptional teacher. She would identify with the words of Mother Teresa: I’ve always said that I feel like a pencil in God’s hand, that it is He who has done everything. It has all been His work. In her retirement years she enjoyed traveling to many different countries first with her husband, Pete and when he passed away her traveling companion became her sister Annie. Until recently Hawaii continued to be a favorite annual travel location. She loved revisiting photos, cards and letters that she had gathered over the years. She cherished the memories of her full and busy life. The last entry in her daily journal was written on the morning of the day she died. She was very special to her grandchildren and great grandchildren. It gave her great pleasure to chat with them, play SkipBo, do puzzles and have tea parties with them. Katherine will be remembered for her deeply grounded faith in Jesus Christ, her acceptance of all people, giving of her talents and time to others doing community and church work, and her extraordinary love and care for her family. She is dearly missed by her family and friends and has left us with a legacy of wonderful memories and love. Katherine’s Celebration of Life was held in Abbotsford, BC on May 21, 2015 and the interment occurred in the Chilliwack Cemetaries. Memorial donations can be made to Bible Study Fellowship BSFInternational.org. Tributes and condolences can be left at www.hendersonssabbotsfordfunerals.com.

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Thank You

We would like to thank our families, friends and neighbours, who joined us as we celebrated our 50th Wedding Anniversary, making the day very special for us.

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KATHERINE HELEN VOTH It is with great sadness that the family of Katherine Voth announces her passing quietly and peacefully on May 17, 2015 at the Abbotsford Regional Hospital.

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COMING EVENTS BRAVEHEARTS Cancer Survivor Co-ed Dragon Boat Team invites all cancer survivors to join our team. For more info contact Tina at 250-2869685 or email: bravehearts.bc06@gmail.com

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It is with heartfelt sadness we announce the passing of our beloved wife, mother, grandmother, sister and aunty. Isobel passed away after a brief but courageous battle with cancer. Predeceased by parents Mary and Bob Blain. A lifetime resident of Campbelll River, she is survived by her husband James, (51 years), her son Robert (Shannon), her daughter Gayle and her brothers Thomas and Richard. She was a cherished and fun loving grandmother to Sammy and Hannah, and an aunty to many nieces and nephews. Isobel enjoyed her family first and foremost...she enjoyed camping, kayaking and to be surrounded by the laughter of her family. A private celebration of life will be held by her family.

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LEGALS

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NOTICE OF DISPOSITION TO: The estate of Heinrich Wilhelm LEYENSETTER, deceased, formerly of #46-951 Homewood Road, Campbell River, BCÂ V9W 3N7

TAKE NOTICE THAT pursuant to section 37(3) of the Regulation to the Manufactured Home Park Tenancy Act, the landlord of Shady Maples Mobile Home Park at 951 Homewood Road, Campbell River, BC, intends to dispose of a Make/Model: MARLETTE S12365FK6-13XW; Year: 1973; Serial Number: 30174; Length: 61 ft; Width: 12 ft; and its contents (the “Propertyâ€?), located at #46-951 Homewood Road, Campbell River, BC, 30 days after the publication date of this notice, unless: ¡ You take possession of the Property; ¡ You establish a legal right to possession of the Property; or ¡ You make an application to the BC Supreme Court to establish such a right to possession of the Property. After the expiration of 30 days after the publication date of this notice, the Property will be disposed of with no further notice. Landlord: Shady Maples Ventures Ltd. (dba) Shady Maples Mobile Home Park, Phone: 250-914-2888

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KWAKIUTL Band Council is seeking an Elementary School Principal in Pt. Hardy on Vancouver Island. For a full job description email manager@kwakiutl.bc.ca Pls send cover letter, salary expectations & 3 references via email or fax 250949-6066 by July 31, 2014.

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DID YOU WITNESS AN ACCIDENT ON MARCH 9, 2015 AT APPROXIMATELY 5:15 PM The accident was between a blue motorcycle and a white truck with a dump box at the intersection of Petersen Road and Old Petersen Road in Campbell River. IF YOU HAVE ANY INFORMATION PLEASE CONTACT:

STEVE FRAME AT FRAME & CO INJURY LAW PHONE: 250-286-6691 or EMAIL: frame@frameandcolaw.com or the RCMP at 250-286-6221

PLACES OF WORSHIP

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CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

PROMOTIONS & MEMBERSHIP COORDINATOR

The Museum at Campbell River is now accepting applications for a Promotions and Membership Coordinator to begin August 17th, 2015. The incumbent will be an effective communicator with above average writing and design skills, as well as computer proficiency; is able to meet deadlines and work in a team atmosphere. Hours are from Tuesday to Friday, from 9:00am to 3:30pm. For a complete job description and how to apply, visit www.crmuseum.ca or pick up job description at 470 Island Hwy. No phone calls please. Deadline for applications is Monday, July 20th.

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Campbell River

WORSHIP DIRECTORY ST. PETER’S ANGLICAN CHURCH 228 S. Dogwood St. Campbell River, BC, V9W 6Y7 Office Telephone: 250-286-1613

EMAIL: stpeterscampbellriver@shaw.ca

Rector: The Venerable Dr. Blair Haggart Regular Worship Services Every Sunday: 8:30 AM Eucharist, BCP 10:00 AM Eucharist, BAS With Children’s Ministry & Nursery

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Office Administrator Moeller & Company is seeking to hire a full time employee in Campbell River. The position involves filing, computer work, and general office duties. Entry level bookkeeping skills are required. The candidate must have strong organizational skills, pleasant demeanor, and a thorough knowledge of modern office equipment. Wage commensurate with qualifications. Previous experience in a professional office would be an asset. Submit resume in confidence, along with a covering letter to: Moeller & Company 590 Eleventh Avenue Campbell River, B.C. V9W 4G4

ACCOUNTING/ BOOKKEEPING

Full Time Bookkeeper Position Our client is a retail sales and equipment rental business in Campbell River. We are searching for an experienced bookkeeper who can ensure the smooth running of the accounting and budget functions as well as producing accurate and timely financial reporting. This self motivated person must have a minimum of five years of experience in all facets of bookkeeping including general ledger, payroll, accounts receivable, collections, and accounts payable. This person must be proficient with computers including computer based accounting systems, spreadsheets, word processing and e-mail. Experience working with large retail inventories and a computer rentals program is an asset. Oral and written communication skills are mandatory. Please forward your resume and cover letter to Moeller & Company, 590 Eleventh Avenue, Campbell River, B.C. V9W 4G4 Attention: Kent Moeller, CPA, CA Closing date for accepting resumes is July 15, 2015 at 5:00pm.

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HOLLOWAY & Company is seeking an office administrator. Public practice / bookkeeping experience an asset. Email resume / cover letter to carolynne@holloway.company or drop off at 440 10th Ave, Campbell River. SR ACCOUNTING CLERK Safety Net Security Ltd., a Canada wide growing Company, has an immediate need at their CamRiv Head office for a FT person that is well versed with full cycle accounting and processes. The right candidate will be a team player, with good communication skills and work ethic that is very organized to meet daily, weekly and monthly deadlines. A competitive remuneration package will be provided based on experience. Please submit your resume by 5PM Tues July 31st to hr@safetynetsecurity.ca Only successful candidates will be contacted.

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

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•• 101-377 101-377 Dogwood Dogwood -- 22 bdrm bdrm 11 bath bath front front corner corner unit unitwith with 33 appl. appl. Available Available Aug Aug 1. 1. Rent Rent $775. $775. •• 102-377 102-377 Dogwood Dogwood -- 22 bdrm bdrm 11 bath. bath. Available Available Aug. 1. Rent $775. •• 953B 953BHolm Holm Rd Rd -- large large furnished furnished studio studio with with heat/hydro included. Available Available Now. Now. Rent Rent $725. $725. •• 2273 2273Galerno Galerno Rd Rd -- 22 bedroom bedroom 11 ½ ½ baths baths with with new cedar fence 5 appliances appliances Available Available August August 1. 1. Rent Rent $1295 $1295 •• 437 437Lutod Lutod -- Upper Upper duplex duplex with with shared shared laundry laundry area. 3 bdrm 1 ½ bath bathwith with large large yard. yard. Available Available August August 1. 1. Pet Pet on approval. Rent $1175 $1175 •• #4 #4–61 –61South South Dogwood Dogwood -- 22 bdrm bdrm 11 bath bath upper upper unit with 2 appliances/coin appliances/coin op op laundry laundry on on site. site. Small Small pet pet on approval. Available Available August August 1. 1. Rent Rent $750 $750

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1989 DODGE RAM 4x4, white, 8 cylinder, automatic, asking $2000. 250-203-3816 1995 HANDI-DART Propane Bus $3500 obo. Ph: 250-9232481. Campbell River.

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UNOBSTRUCTED OCEAN View. 2 bdrm duplex. Aug 1st. $925 Message center 250914-0488

MERECROFT SUBDIVISION. 3 bdrm rancher. Large yard, garden shed. N/S, N/P, ref. req., $1200/mth, avail. now 250-287-4123

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ORCHARD PARK APTS 2 bedroom suite. Available Aug 1st, 2015. $750.00 per month. Indoor Neutered Cat welcome. References Required. Call (250) 202-2187

2013 26.5FT Prowler 5th wheel. Dining slide, 140w solar panel. LED lighting. Outside ent. centre. 9900lbs. $23,000 obo. (250)337-5026.

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FOR SALE Fridge/stove, dishwasher, washer/dryer. All in good cond. $1200. 923-7891

CEDARBROOK APTS 1 bedroom suite. Available Aug 1st, 2015. $650.00 per month rent. Includes Heat & Hot Water. Indoor Neutered Cat welcome. References Required. Call (250) 202-2187

SENIOR ASSISTED LIVING GOLDEN GROVE CARE FACILITY - 24 hour care.

a licensed long-term care home for seniors, has immediate opening in beautiful Willow Point. For more info:

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SUITES, LOWER GROUND LEVEL suite in Willow Point. Spacious + bright. Incl. in suite laundry, utils and wifi. Avail. Aug 1. $1000. Call 250-926-0827

TRANSPORTATION CARS 2002 TOYOTA MRS Spyder104,600 km, 5 spd, carbon fibre hood, SS headers, DVD/CD/phone, navagation system. $8300. (250)752-2552

2004 MAZDA RX8, red, 177,000km, standard 6-speed, 6 cylinder, power everything, air condtioning, sunroof. $7995. 250-203-3816

SPORTS & IMPORTS 2001 VOLKSWAGEN Passatvery low km, 76,130. $4,250. Call 250-202-3709.

MOTORCYCLES 2002 1500 Kawasaki Meanstreak and 2004 1100 Yamaha Silverado many extras, $4800. obo each. Call or text 250-338-0776. 2005 HARLEY Soft tail custom, black & chrome, 35,000 km, runs & looks great, $11,000. Call 250-871-5559. 2011 Yamaha XT 250. Street legal, dual purpose, mint cond. Under 500km. $4200. 250286-1263 RECREATIONAL VEHICLES FOR SALE

BIGFOOT CAMPER. 10’11� 3000 Series. 2� walls. Top cond. Wingard Satelite receiver + TV, electric jacks, side/rear awnings, ceiling fan. 1 owner. $14,900 Harry-250286-3308

1980 26’ COMMANDER: twin Volvo 4.3 engines(512 hrs.) Dou. prop legs, stainless propellers, spare lower legs, Walker Bay dinghy, 2.5 H.P. Yamaha 4 stroke kicker (as new), laptop G.P.S. navigation system, shower, flush head with holding tanks, 4 burner stove with oven, 15, 30 and 50 amp. shore power connections. Stainless steel hot water tank, much more. Too much to list. Nice clean boat; everything works. Current survey. Heavy duty 3 axle trailer included Price reduced $30,000. Call 250-923-8959. 20’ ALUMINUM Prince Craft 90HP 4 cycle Yamaha, custom built centre console, plenty of storage, excellent gas mileage on HD galvanized trailer, surge brakes. Can be seen at Alder Bay Resort July 22 to July 29. $8,500. Call Wayne, (778)240-1502. SANGSTER CRAFT 17’ boat for sale w/ inboard/outboard motor. It’s a fixer upper. Comes w/ roadrunner trailer in same condition. 250-923-5010

2007 FORD. Black 250 Sd 6l Powerstroke Lariat package. 8 ft box. $18,500. Call 250926-0827�

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1020 WESTMORE Rd- Sat, July 18, 8-2pm. Moving Sale! 1260 GREENWOOD. Discovery Planet pre-school blowout closing sale. 50% off lowest ticketed price! Sat. July 18, 9am-3pm 1368 16th Ave. (United Floors parking lot) Sale of a decade. Appliances, collectibles, kitchenware, clothes, everything and anything. Sun. July 19th, 4PM-8PM. 137 OREGON Road- Saturday, July 18, 9-2pm. 165 MCLEAN Street South. Downsizing, many assorted items for sale. Sat. July 18, 8am-1pm 1720 GALERNO Rd. Free & cheap stuff. Misc. HH items, vinyl/CD albums, books, art, collectibles. Sat/Sun. July 18/19. 10am-2pm. 2095 DALTON Rd. Sat. July 18. 8am-12pm. Gas cans, books, ladies clothes, misc. Clean and cheap. 329 SOUTH McCarthy St, Sat, July 18, 8-1pm. Moving Sale! 355 TWILLINGATE Rd- Sat, July 18, 8-2pm. Rain or Shine! Canoe, tools, quality ladies clothes, too much other stuff to list! 407A CANDY Ln. Some fishing items, etc. Sat. July 18, 8am-noon.

4142 BARCLAY Rd. 3 pc sofa set, 5 pc glass/brass dining set, china cabinet, 2 solid oak entertainment centers, single bed, computer desk. Sat. July 18, 8am-12pm. No early birds please. 498 SENORA Cres. Multifamily fundraiser for CRKW Swimclub. HH items, clothes, bake sale, Hardy Boys smoked salmon, instruments. Sat July 18, 7am-12pm 4TH ST between England & Fitzgerald in the parking lot on the South side. Sherabchamma Ling Fund Raiser Garage sale, Sat, July 18, 9-1pm. 617 STEENBUCK Drive. Saturday, July 18. 7am-3pm. Mike’s pressure washing equipment, Kawasaki touring bike. Everything must go!!! 678-7th AVENUE Multi Family. Something for everyone. Park on street. Sat. July 18, 9am-? ESTATE and Teacher Retirement Items. 674 Nelson Road. Friday 5 pm-7; Sat 8 am - noon

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Air tanker base bolstered with visitors’ arrival water bombers, part of an influx of personnel and equipment from Ontario, were stationed last week in Campbell River and put to work on fires along the B.C. coast. The two water bombers and “bird dog”, or spotter, plane were deployed to Campbell River to join a Lockheed

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Major upgrades undertaken at Campbell River’s air tanker base two years ago are paying dividends as B.C. experiences its worst — and earliest — fire season in years. Two CL-415 “Super Scooper” amphibious

Electra tanker and an Erickson air crane helicopter already stationed at the base. The Campbell River air tanker base has become the main staging area for airborne firefighting equipment for southwestern B.C. since air tanker bases in Abbotsford and in Patricia Bay,

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in North Saanich, closed in recent years. The local base was built in the 1970s. It was already due for a “facelift” as the closure of Abbotsford loomed, Bruce Coutanche, forest fire protection officer for air tanker operations, said at the time. “We were already operational, but they’ve invested $4.5 million in upgrading the air tanker base here,” said airport manager Tyler Massee. “They put in a bigger apron and a new crew facility.” The changes included connection to city water and sewer services — replacing a well and septic field — and improvements to the electrical system. The containment system for the fire retardant stored on-site was also upgraded. The 2013 upgrades were made in part to facilitate up to two air tanker groups at the base, and the current fire season has put the extra capacity to use. The bright yellow, twin-engine CL-415 water bombers are part

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A pair of of CL-415 amphibious water bombers on loan from Ontario taxi for takeoff from Campbell River Airport Friday morning, bound for the Puntzi Lake fire near Williams Lake.

of an influx of firefighters and equipment deployed to B.C. by Ontario’s Ministry of Natural Resources, which began arriving in the province last Tuesday. That includes 63 frontline firefighters and seven aviation personnel attached to the water bombers and bird dog plane. The water bombers arrived in Kamloops Tuesday before being sent to Campbell River the next day. Deployments of firefighting

resources are determined by the B.C. Ministry of Forests, Lands and Natural Resource Operations based on need. But that does not mean the Ontario crews are limited to fires on Vancouver Island while stationed here. On Friday, the two CL415s took off bound for the Puntzi Lake fire west of Williams Lake, followed a short time later by the big L-188 Electra. Later that day, an Air Tractor AT-802F amphibious air bomber

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crashed and sank in Puntzi Lake while working on the blaze. The pilot escaped with only minor injuries, and BC Wildfire officials said the incident did not impact the firefighting efforts of the other air tanker crews. Two substantial fires on Vancouver Island were fully contained last weekend after burning for more that a week and forcing evacuations in Port Hardy and near Port Alberni. The 450-hectare Dog Mountain fire near Port Alberni forced the evacuation of a number of cabins along the shore of Sproat Lake. The 17-acre Tsulquate River fire was much smaller, but burned right up to the edge of Port Hardy and forced the evacuation of residents on two of the community’s streets for two days before they were allowed to return under an evacuation alert. Long-awaited rainfall — heavy at times — arrived on central and northern Vancouver Island over the weekend, though it was variable and did not impact all areas. “We had a good handle on the two fires on the island just prior to getting that dump of rain,” said Marg Drysdale, fire information officer with the Coastal Fire Centre in Parksville. “Both were contained and the crews were moving on mop-up work before the weather came in.”

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The Nuyumbalees Cultural Centre on Quadra Island is trying to recover property it says belongs in the centre but which an Ottawa museum is refusing to give back. The items, two of Chief Billy Assu’s house posts, complement a new exhibit dedicated to the life and legacy of Chief Assu. Jodi Simkin, executive director of the Nuyumbalees Cultural Centre, said because the original posts are on the other side of the country, community carvers in the Village of Cape Mudge decided to replicate the house posts in order to complete the exhibit. But recently, Simkin said, staff at the centre learned that the two original poles have been disassembled and put away in storage at the Museum in Ottawa. “When we learned this, we quickly offered to exchange the replicated poles with the originals,” Simkin said. “Unfortunately, the museum declined this offer.” Simkin said they were told to file a repatriation request – a process which will likely not produce the poles until well into next spring. Simkin said in spite of the time delay, Nuyumbalees has initiated the formal repatriation request. Simkin also travelled to Ottawa last week to present a letter requesting the poles be returned. That letter was supported by MP John Duncan, MLA Claire Trevena, the Strathcona Regional District, the Kwakiutl District Council, the Laich-Kwil-Tach Treaty Society, the We

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to pay for the blinds that were purchased from Budget Blinds at a very reasonable price. Michelle created beautiful valances and gave it a finishing touch to complete the project. We are so thankful for your kindness and generosity towards this much needed program in our community. We provide approximately 4,500 days of service to our seniors in Campbell River along with the very valuable lunch program. We cherish much laughter, joy, beautiful stories, and many hugs while providing care at the Campbell River & District Adult Care Society. All of you are our heroes for recognizing the importance of this program and for supporting us through this journey of aging. – Pam Mann, Nurse Administrator, Campbell River & District Adult Care Society HEROES – I have recently moved to this city and would like to express my gratitude to some service people. They were efficient and friendly; their kindness in helping me would never be found in other communities I have lived in (Kelowna and Vancouver). A big thank you to Janis, and Sherran (and her husband Clayton). These people make Campbell River what it is - a great place to live! – Georgina Spies

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HERO – Just want to say to the Hero who turned in my wallet fully-intact to Super Store on Tuesday the 7th of June, Thank you, Thank you, Thank you. I am so grateful! May goodness come right back at you in some way. You really did make my day. I only wish I knew who were to say THANKS in person! – Lynn Michaluk ZEROS – Perhaps the city of Campbell River can answer a few questions here. When this city of ours is looking to save money and clean up downtown and attract visitors, why does it plant flowers and bulbs outside the library then 3-4 weeks later uproot them (costing taxpayers money) and also take away

the only remaining city benches again outside the library. Are they going to be replaced? Perhaps aliens took them for all the info from the city aliens could have done. Whilst I’m on the subject of complaining, the present displays in the art gallery on Shoppers Row is absolutely not art, more like pornography. I am a frequent visitor and the number of people that stop and comment on these disgusting drawings and bad language is phenomenal but perhaps that’s considered the norm these days. Well I, for one, will be telling visitors not to even go near these displays. A disgusted and embarrassed Campbell Riverite. – Roger Barker

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HEROES – This is a huge thank you to the exceptional group of men and women, who assisted my daughter and her friend when they got in a car accident on the top of Rockland Hill on Saturday night. There are not enough words to describe the professionalism and compassion of the group of fire fighters, police officers and ambulance attendants that were on the scene. They all went above and beyond to make sure the girls where looked after and okay. A very special thanks to the couple that live on the top of Rockland that brought out umbrellas and blankets for the kids and the parents while we waited for the tow truck. To the people who stopped and helped them out of the vehicle, we thank you! One of the worst feelings in the world is to get that phone call that your child has been in an accident. Knowing that our city has this caliber of emergency response and citizens

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which was out of compliance with the zoning on the property. The home was demolished in the spring but in the process, mature trees that were supposed to be a part of York’s landscape plan were destroyed. Chris Osborne, senior planner for the city, said the work unlawfully extended on to the city’s boulevard, damaging other significant trees. “Sadly, the long-term retention of these trees has been compromised somewhat by the site clearance/ grading operations that were recently carried out,” Osborne said. “The applicant has submitted an arborist’s report which

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