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Clayton Stoner, 30, of the Anaheim Ducks,originally from Port McNeill, is accused in connection with shooting a grizzly bear on British Columbia’s central coast. » News, 11

City grieves boy killed in crosswalk James Christian McIntosh was a Grade 1 student in Penticton. Several teddy bears and a dozen red roses were left at the intersection where he was killed. » B.C., Page 10

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‘Could be worse’ met with ‘could be better’ in debate BRUCE CHEADLE THE CANADIAN PRESS

OTTAWA — It-could-be-worse squared off against it-could-bebetter Thursday as the main federal party leaders took to an election debate stage in Calgary to lay out their economic visions — and try to break a three-way deadlock in the polls. Stephen Harper, looking to extend his Conservative government rule into a second decade, maintained that a stay-thecourse, tax-cutting agenda with balanced federal budgets is the safe road to prosperity. Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau animatedly countered that now’s the time for some national optimism and investment in the future — even if it comes at the expense of a balanced budget. Literally between them in a room at the BMO Centre in Stampede Park, NDP Leader Tom Mulcair tried to split the difference, arguing it’s time to let a New Democrat government take the helm after a uniform Canadian history alternating between Grits and Tories in power — and to give Canadians a choice between Harper’s “snooze button” and Trudeau’s “panic button.” But it was Harper’s calm, phlegmatic approach, contrasted with Trudeau’s aggressive machine-gun jabs that set the dynamic for the sharp-elbowed, 90-minute exchange. The prime minister acknowledged several times that economic growth hasn’t been strong under his watch, but made the case that Canada has

NDP leader Tom Mulcair shakes hands with Conservative leader Stephen Harper as Liberal leader Justin Trudeau looks on at the leaders’ debate in Calgary. [THE CANADIAN PRESS]

weathered international storms better than anyone else in the developed world. “It hasn’t been great because we are living in a terribly unstable global economy,” Harper said at one point. “I’ve never said things are great,” he added at another, before stressing Canada’s comparative global advantage. “Where would you rather have been but in Canada?” he asked. “Looking forward, where would you want to be but Canada?” Trudeau, who has been the subject of derisive Conservative advertising campaigns questioning his experience and competence since he was first elected Liberal leader in 2013, repeatedly talked over Harper to make

his case that Canada’s moribund economy needs growth — and a Liberal government can help deliver it. The lone leader in the debate who is proposing to run deficits over the next three years, Trudeau challenged Harper by likening Canadians to homeowners taking on a mortgage or a renovation loan. With rock-bottom interest rates and slack in the economy, “If this isn’t the time to invest, what would be?” asked Trudeau. “This is the time to invest in the future of our country. Canadians know this. The only two people who don’t know this are the two gentlemen on this stage.” Harper responded that the

Conservatives are doing exactly that, without raising taxes and while balancing the books. Just more of the same, argued Mulcair. “For the first time in our history, there is another choice,” said the former Quebec Liberal cabinet minister. He painted both the federal Liberals and Conservatives as cynical and scandal-prone. “I’m tired of watching successive Liberal and Conservative governments dump these massive ecological, economic and social debts on the backs of future generations,” said Mulcair, who says he won’t run deficits while investing in social programs, but will raise corporate income taxes.

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Green Party leader tweets into debate Green party Leader Elizabeth May, excluded from the debate, used Twitter to post a series of real-time video rebuttals and counterpoints. Her post mortem? The Big Three were ‘scripted and phoney,’ and the debate quickly became ‘three guys yelling at each other.’ [THE CANADIAN PRESS]


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Quake swarm off Island reminder of seismic risk

Rainbow crosswalks spark debate in region SPENCER ANDERSON DAILY NEWS

More than 70 recent tremors in ocean west of Port Hardy DARRELL BELLAART DAILY NEWS

It wasn’t long before the calls came in to Canada’s earthquake nerve centre on Vancouver Island after a magnitude 8.3 quake struck Chile Wednesday. Scientists at the Pacific Geological Centre in Sidney saw the shock waves almost immediately. “The phone started ringing pretty soon afterward, from people looking for information and comparisons to here,” said John Cassidy, earthquake seismologist with Natural Resources Canada. The original quake, and a series of aftershocks were detected “very clearly,” using Island instruments including a station at Nanaimo’s Lost Lake which put data online live at http://bit.ly/1QJpiLO. Just before the Chilean quake,Vancouver Island was experiencing a swarm of earthquakes in an active area beneath the seabed west of Port Hardy. Sensors recorded 71 seismic events in the 30 days ending Wednesday in an area similar to California’s San Andreas fault. The tremors are weak — between magnitude 2 and 4 — but they have occurred almost daily, with 11 events reported on Sept. 8, nine on Sept. 9 and seven on Aug. 28. Some earthquake swarms happen at regular intervals or a wide area. This type is highly localized. “We do have these geological swarms where you have literally hundreds of earthquakes in the same spot over a period of days, or even weeks,” said Cassidy. All are in an area southwest of Brooks Peninsula. “It’s the Revere-Dellwood fault, and it’s a very active fault west of Vancouver Island,” Cassidy said. In the past, quakes in the 6.8 range have been recorded, but Cassidy said they were far enough offshore that

A man fishes a clock from the water among the debris left behind by an earthquake-triggered tsunami in the coastal town of Coquimbo, Chile, on Thursday. [AP PHOTO]

they’re not going to do damage. The local swarm is not connected to the Chilean event in any way, and is no cause for alarm. “They’re what we call friendly earthquakes, because nobody feels them. We can learn by studying them,” Cassidy said. “We’re fortunate that active plates are offshore, whereas in California they run under land, as is the case with the San Andreas fault. “It’s a good reminder we do live in an earthquake zone.” He said he and other scientists are watching the Chilean quake and its aftershocks closely, “because it’s the same type of earthquake we have for Vancouver Island,” with an offshore plate pushing beneath one on land. One good thing for Canadians — Chile is considered among the best prepared countries in the world for earthquakes, and has many modern buildings very similar to Canadian structures, according to Cassidy.

“It makes a huge difference, if you look at (the impact of) earthquakes around the world, if you have modern building codes, or in places like Haiti, where they don’t.” Darrell.Bellaart @nanaimodailynews.com 250-729-4235

Rainbow-coloured crosswalks are popping up across the province, as a handful of communities on Vancouver Island consider adding them to their streets. Nanaimo Mayor Bill McKay said the addition of the crosswalks in the city is a “fun” idea, adding he is interested in bringing the idea to council for consideration. “I think it’s a delightful idea,” McKay said. However, officials in other Island towns and cities are debating whether to add these fixtures. The crosswalks are meant to celebrate the LGBT community and diversity. They have stoked some concerns, however. In Port Alberni, at least one city councillor says he has fears the fixtures could impact road safety. Denis Sauvé, also a retired police officer, has said road markings should remain “generic.” “If we are to celebrate diversity in the community, I am all for it, but there are other means without having to interfere with traffic designs,” Sauvé told the Alberni Valley Times. “If a crosswalk was changed from the regular design and a driver said he didn’t know and drove through, he could have a defence,” Sauvé later said. Alberni city clerk Davina Hartwell said the council has requested a report on the issue for more information.

“I think it’s a delightful idea .” Bill McKay, Nanaimo mayor

Debate on the crosswalks is also underway in the Comox Valley, where in Comox the seaside town is considering replacing the one of its traditional zebra crosswalks with a rainbow one. Resident Wendell Hoyseth put forward the idea, and local oral surgeon Andreas Conradi has offered to sponsor the project. Some on the town council are lukewarm to the idea. “I’ve never seen crosswalks as a message board,” said Coun. Ken Grant, who argued the project could set a precedent. “If you want to send a message, I think there’s other ways.” The estimated cost for the project is $14,000, plus future maintenance costs. Larger cities like Vancouver and Victoria have already proceeded with rainbow crosswalks. The province’s capital added three to its downtown in June following a unanimous council vote. - WITH FILES FROM THE COMOX VALLEY RECORD AND THE ALBERNI VALLEY TIMES

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ill Ivens doesn’t know if he should be filling his tank quickly before gas prices rise, as some reports indicate, or wait until gas prices fall, as other reports are stating. “Last week, I heard that the price of oil was supposed to soon go as low as $20 a barrel, which means that gas prices should go down a lot as well,” he said as he was buying gas at a Nanaimo service station Thursday afternoon. “But I just heard another news story that was saying that gas prices will soon spike upwards. It’s hard to know exactly what’s happening with gas prices these days.” The price of gas in most Nanaimo stations was at $1.17.9 per litre as of Thursday. That’s well below the cost of gas in the city in June 2014, when it was selling for up to $1.45.9 per litre, but much higher that it was in January, 2015, when it was selling in the mid-90cent range in most local stations. The Goldman Sachs Group, a leading global investment banking, securities and investment management firm, reported last week that the global surplus of oil is even bigger than thought, and that could drive prices as low as $20 a barrel, which is less than half of the $47 per barrel that it is selling for today. While crude oil and refined gasoline are considered separate commodities, oil is a component of gasoline so fluctuations in its cost impact the price of gas as well. While Goldman Sachs is predicting a drop in oil, and subsequently gas, prices, Dan McTeague, a senior analyst at the consumer website gasbuddy.com, predicted this week motorists from Thunder Bay to British Columbia will soon be paying more when gas prices jump as much as seven cents a litre. McTeague said the hike is partly due to seasonal maintenance

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at several midwest U.S. refineries, but a major production problem at a Husky refinery in Toledo, Ohio, is the root cause. But McTeague said he believes motorists in Vancouver and on Vancouver Island won’t feel the brunt of the increase because gas for this region comes from refineries in the Pacific Northwest. Jason Parent, vice president of MJ Ervin Associates which monitors gas prices, said it’s more likely that the price of gas in Nanaimo and in most communities on Vancouver Island will drop by at least a few cents per litre in the coming weeks as the busy summer driving season ends. “Under normal circumstances, the price of gas would be expected to continue to fall off during the fall season, but there are so many factors coming into play that it’s really hard to predict,” Parent said. Robert.Barron @nanaimodailynews.com 250-729-4234

Comox $1.039

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Nanaimo $1.179 $1.139

Parksville $1.179 $1.117 Ladysmith $1.169 $1.049 Duncan $1.109 $1.059 Sidney $1.089 Victoria

Courtenay residents get biggest break on price The cheapest gas currently on Vancouver Island is found in Courtenay, where it’s selling for as low as $1.00.9 per litre. On the other end of the spectrum is Port Hardy and Port McNeil in the north end of the Island, where it’s selling for as much as $1.18.9 per litre. Gas pricing depends on numerous factors, including accessibility to supplies and local market conditions, so they can vary widely between communities. In the end, it’s what dealers are comfortable with that determines what you pay for a litre of gas. Michael Ervin, president of Calgary’s MJ Ervin & Associates, said it typically takes just one dealer in a community to raise or lower their prices to meet local profit margins and other dealers will often follow suit. “These operations need to stay in business and remain competitive, so a lot depends on local economies in determining each communities’ gas prices at any given time,” he said in a previous interview. — ROBERT BARRON

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unday’s 35th annual Marathon of Hope will forever hold a special place in the heart and mind of 37-year-old Jared Huumonen of Duncan. He spent part of the summer filming a video Heritage Minute avbout Terry Fox for Historica Canada and the film was released Wednesday, Sept. 16, just days before the annual Terry Fox Run on Sunday, Sept. 20. The Minute, which will be broadcast widely across Canada until January, tells Fox’s story in his own words but Huumonen, who shares the same cancer background and amputation as Fox, was chosen to act the part of the stubborn, idealistic young Canadian, who continues to inspire millions of people around the world. You can see it at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H2F9LbF_pF0 Watchers, seeing him running along the side of a highway, and later accompanied by his signature van, will get a lump in their throats, remembering the past. For Huumonen, the impact was tremendous, but he didn’t even know anything about the film project until a call from the production team, Corkscrew Media, to his pros-

The Minute, which will be broadcast widely across Canada until January, tells Fox’s story in his own words.

thetist, Geoff Hall. They were looking for a possible actor to portray Fox on his famous marathon. “My prosthetist said, ‘I’ve got a guy that would be perfect for it.’ I had the same kind of cancer as Terry Fox. I was younger when I got it and went through all the same experiences that Terry went through. It’s been my whole life story,” Huumonen said Wednesday. Cancer wasn’t new to his family, either, when it struck him.

“My mom beat cancer when I was 11,” he said. But it was osteosarcoma, the same kind of bone cancer Fox had, that led to the loss of Huumonen’s leg when he was 16. The parallels were uncanny and Fox has always been special to Huumonen. “I wouldn’t have gotten through without Terry when I was 16. I was full of piss and vinegar and I got diagnosed and it was like, ‘OK, Terry

Fox has done this before, who’s been through this. I’ll cut off my leg and walk across Canada.’ But when I got into Children’s Hospital it was a lot different, you know.” He saw the children struggling there with the disease and felt all Fox’s pain and frustration at “not finding a reason for it all.” A lifelong Cowichan Valley resident, Huumonen said he and his family were elated to be part of such a tribute to his hero.

Fox’s own family was involved in the making of the film. His younger brother, Darrell Fox, said on the video’s release, “You could spend a lifetime standing on the shoulder of the roads of Canada watching Terry run and taking in the impact he was having on others with every step. Historica Canada has somehow captured in 60 seconds the power, the emotion, the determination, and the courage that radiated nationally and globally for 143 Marathon of Hope days.” In that short time in 1980, Terry Fox ran 5,373 kilometres to raise money for cancer research. His story has touched generations of Canadians. When the Heritage Minute project was re-launched in 2012, a Historica Canada poll asked Canadians which events or figures they would most like to see in a Minute. Terry Fox was the number one suggestion, with 80 per cent of respondents selecting him as their top choice. CTV News anchor and host Lloyd Robertson lends his signature voice to the video, delivering the classic end narration. Days after the Marathon of Hope ended in September 1980, Robertson hosted a star-studded telethon on CTV that raised $10 million. He later served as honorary chairperson of the Terry Fox Run.


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Raw oyster warning on Island now lifted JULIE CHADWICK DAILY NEWS

Lovers of raw oysters and the Vancouver Island people who supply them can rest easy. B.C.-harvested uncooked oysters are back on the menu in Vancouver. The Vancouver Coastal Health Authority has lifted an Aug. 12 ban on the sale of raw oysters. And Island Health has followed suit by removing warnings posted about the delicacy in Vancouver Island restaurants. Several cases of shellfish poisonings led to the ban on sales, which only affected the Vancouver region. Vancouver Island restaurants were only required to install health notices about oysters in their locations informing people of the risks, due to fewer cases of illness here. There have 69 cases of shellfish poisoning in the province this year, with 15 of those located on Vancouver Island, said Paul Hasselback, medical health officer for Central Vancouver Island.

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Man arrested at Colliery Dams Park Thursday for being in cutting zone Police arrested a man in his 20s Thursday for mischief after he allegedly interfered with tree-clearing work at Colliery Dam Park by being inside the tree cutting zone. Nanaimo RCMP Const. Gary O’Brien confirmed the male suspect was also one of two people arrested for mischief Tuesday for refusing to leave the park so that work crews could begin tree removal. The same individual was also arrested Wednesday for allegedly breaching his release conditions by going to the park again, although O’Brien said those conditions were later dropped. The tree clearing is to make way for a new auxiliary spillway at the lower Colliery dam. The project has stirred deep opposition among some park users. Protesters refused to leave the park Tuesday when tree-falling was scheduled to begin, although work began later in the day once all protesters had left. However, work in the park has continued with little disruption, O’Brien said.

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The ban has had a severe effect on the shellfish industry’s bottom line, said Roberta Stevenson, executive director of the B.C. Shellfish Growers’ Association, which has 130 members and represents approximately 80 per cent of B.C. shellfish growers. “The effect of being closed to that market has been felt pretty hard,” she said. “We had to lay off a lot of farm workers and we lost at least $50,000 a day into the live market in Vancouver alone.” The ban has also caused damage to the

reputation of B.C. oysters, said Stevenson. “The easiest thing to do is to shut down the whole industry, but instead of that, we should have figured out where the illnesses came from and why they happened,” she said. “We don’t mind that they took a precautionary approach and we certainly support that, but we would have liked to have seen a more thorough job done on figuring out the culprit, exactly where the link in the chain was weak and where the problem arose from.”

At issue was the bacteria vibrio parahaemolyticus, which when consumed can cause cramps, diarrhea, vomiting and fever. “If you look at the data, it was the appropriate action,” said Hasselback. The order was lifted Thursday because water temperature measurements and historical disease trends all indicated that the risk of infection has now passed, he added. Julie.Chadwick@nanaimodailynews.com 250-729-4238

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humbs up to Nanaimo Mayor Bill McKay. News has been made recently through rainbow-coloured crosswalks popping up across the province and as we reported, a handful of communities on Vancouver Island are considering adding them to their streets. McKay told the Daily News that the addition of the crosswalks in the city is a “fun” idea, adding he is interested in bringing the idea to council for consideration. The crosswalks are meant to celebrate the LGBT community and diversity. “I think it’s a delightful idea,” McKay said.

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Good for him. Larger cities like Vancouver and Victoria have already proceeded with rainbow crosswalks, with the latter adding three to its downtown in June following a unanimous council vote. Unfortunately, something so utterly benign as a few coloured lines across a crosswalk has sparked concerns. In Port Alberni, city councillor Denis Sauvé fears those aforementioned coloured lines could impact road safety. He has said road markings should remain “generic.”

“If we are to celebrate diversity in the community, I am all for it, but there are other means without having to interfere with traffic designs,” Sauvé told the Alberni Valley Times. They are not rainbow spotlights shooting into the sky with unicorns circling overhead playing shiny tubas. They are relatively inconspicuous coloured lines inside the regular white lines that mark a crosswalk. “If a crosswalk was changed from the regular design and a driver said he didn’t know and drove through, he could have a defence,” Sauvé also said. Seriously? If anyone has trouble figuring out

these as crosswalks, their defence of stupidity isn’t likely to resonate. In Comox, Coun. Ken Grant said “I’ve never seen crosswalks as a message board,” arguing the project could set a precedent. He’s right. It could set a precedent. One that dictates small but meaningful gestures like this will become second nature. “If you want to send a message, I think there’s other ways,” said Grant. We understand his point, but this is hardly going to open a Pandora’s Box of message-sending and even if it did, it’s a message worth sending. The only real question should be, why not rainbow crosswalks? Like it or not, LGBT is a reality in

our world — including Nanaimo. The time is long gone when a repressive morality dictates what people can do in the privacy of their own homes. Those who continue to oppose a more liberated culture do not have to participate. And by expressing opposition, they open a door they do not want to go through; it gives society at large permission to criticize and object to them as to those they oppose. We want and need a society that accepts everyone for who they are. Tolerance is the order of the day. » We want to hear from you. Send comments on this editorial to yourletters@nanaimodailynews.com.

New ‘Daily News’ format provides good content Dear Daily News: Well done on the new format. The pickings were getting pretty slim the last couple of months, and I had phoned in to cancel my subscription, but was talked out of it by your staff member who asked me to wait to see the new format. (Give that guy a raise!) I’m glad I waited. Now I’ll have to get up even earlier, so I can enjoy all the new content. Good job! Anne Judson Nanaimo

You can’t make a silk purse from sow’s ear Some of you may recall that when quizzed about the equipment that took him to the moon, Neil Armstrong offered, built by the lowest bidder. People in Victoria say the rumour is that the same people who created the McTavish interchange near the airport, have been chosen to do the makeover of McKenzie. Let’s face it, you can’t make a silk purse from a sow’s ear. Leaving Victoria north of the old Spencer Road is a chore made needlessly worse in rush hour by the ridiculous Leigh Road merge lane. Recently I was trapped in a Saturday Malahat closure (even coached some people from Pennsylvania so they could make their 11 p.m. flight from SeaTac, home). I believe Christy when she says we must fix this. The problem is I don’t trust those who would devise the solution. Both Leigh Road and McTavish were poorly thought out and executed. It’s easy to blame government for this stuff but in reality had this stuff been floated in a coffee shop or even a bar at closing time, better solutions (blue collar, blue jeans) would result. I remind people that the Nanaimo Parkway wasn’t supposed to have any lights, no budget got us to plan Z quick. In fact again I remind that

a longer left turn lane was added at Fifth Street for (duh) college people very quickly. I’ve seen way too many people try to reinvent the wheel and more people try to put their brand on something (fast ferries, HST implementation) stupid. I’ve been as apolitical and nice as I can be, but, you can’t fix stupid. Grant Maxwell Nanaimo

Concert shows need for 200-seat studio theatre This week’s wonderful concert at the Port Theatre with pianist Sarah Hagen and Ariel Barnes really highlighted the need for the 200-seat studio theatre that the Port Theatre has long proposed. The concert was oversold with additional chairs being brought in again and again. Despite the crowding and the poor visibility the lobby provides,

the audience was wildly enthusiastic. It would be wonderful to see these concerts housed in appropriate facilities which could serve not only the chamber music audiences but many local musical, dance and theatre performances. Let’s hope it happens soon. Meanwhile, congratulations to the Port Theatre for their continued good work and to Hagen and Barnes for a splendid performance. Carol Matthews Nanaimo

Nanaimo voters may yet see a three-way split Canada’s national press is covering the usual two-way split in the centre-left vote, but judging by the lawn signs here in Nanaimo- Ladysmith, that vote may split three ways. There are as many Green signs as NDP signs. There are fewer Liberal signs, especially lawn signs, but they have a

presentable candidate. In 2011, the NDP increased its percentage to 38 but could not stop the Conservatives from taking over 46 per cent. The Greens got just under seven per cent, almost as much as the Liberals (7.6 per cent) but look certain to improve. In 2011 the combined NDP, Liberal and Green vote would have defeated the Conservatives. But if that vote is distributed more evenly, the Conservatives could drop more than five per cent and still win. Nick Kelly Nanaimo Letters must include your hometown and a daytime phone number for verification purposes only. Letters must include your first name (or two initials) and last name. We reserve the right to edit letters for clarity, taste, legality and for length. Unsigned letters and letters of more than 300 words will not be accepted. Email to: yourletters@nanaimodailynews.com


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CITY OF NANAIMO NOTICE OF TAX SALE Under the provisions within the Local Government Act, noce is hereby given that the City of Nanaimo Annual Tax Sale will be held in the room designated as the Council Chambers, City of Nanaimo Service and Resource Centre at 10:00 A.M., Monday, September 28, 2015. Unless full payment of the outstanding delinquent taxes, plus the necessary interest to date of payment is received prior to the aforemenoned me and date, the following properes shall be oямАered for sale: The City of Nanaimo will be an acve bidder on all properes at Tax Sale. Civic Address

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620 STIRLING AVENUE

LOT 2, SECTION 1, NANAIMO DISTRICT, PLAN 24117 LOT 28, SECTION 1, NANAIMO DISTRICT, PLAN VIP82107

LOT 46, SECTION 14, RANGE 4, CRANBERRY DISTRICT, PLAN 37164

1092 SILVER MOUNTAIN DRIVE

2042 CINNABAR DRIVE

LOT 69, SECTION 13, RANGE 4, CRANBERRY DISTRICT, PLAN 22987

25 285 HAREWOOD ROAD

1753 WHITE BLOSSOM WAY

LOT 5, SECTION 16, RANGE 4, CRANBERRY DISTRICT, PLAN VIP77113

STRATA LOT 25, SECTION 1, NANAIMO DISTRICT, STRATA PLAN 158 TOGETHER WITH AN INTEREST IN THE COMMON PROPERTY IN PROPORTION TO THE UNIT ENTITLEMENT OF THE STRATA LOT AS SHOWN ON FORM 1

1799 WHITE BLOSSOM WAY

STRATA LOT B, SECTION 16, RANGE 4, CRANBERRY DISTRICT, STRATA PLAN VIS5951 TOGETHER WITH AN INTEREST IN THE COMMON PROPERTY IN PROPORTION TO THE UNIT ENTITLEMENT OF THE STRATA LOT AS SHOWN ON FORM V

476 DEERING STREET

LOT 13, SECTION 1, NANAIMO DISTRICT, PLAN 12870

633 HAMILTON AVENUE

LOT 10, BLOCK 4, SECTION 1, NANAIMO DISTRICT, PLAN 1352

2433 CONLIN WAY

LOT 11, SECTION 20, RANGE 5, MOUNTAIN DISTRICT, PLAN 27284

5 6 MAKI ROAD

RV BAY 5, LIVING FOREST RV PARK, NANAIMO DISTRICT

2407 FOUNTAIN GATE PLACE

LOT 6, SECTION 11, RANGE 6, MOUNTAIN DISTRICT, PLAN VIP73889

36 6 MAKI ROAD

RV BAY 36, LIVING FOREST RV PARK, NANAIMO DISTRICT

2068 MOUNTAIN VISTA DRIVE

LOT 19, SECTION 18, RANGE 6, MOUNTAIN DISTRICT, PLAN VIP79784

A11 4012 JINGLE POT ROAD

RV BAY A11, RV AT JINGLE POT CAMPSITES & RV PARK, WELLINGTON DISTRICT

2567 QUILL DRIVE

LOT 6, SECTION 19, RANGE 6, MOUNTAIN DISTRICT, PLAN 44332

C12 4012 JINGLE POT ROAD

RV BAY C12, RV AT JINGLE POT CAMPSITES & RV PARK, WELLINGTON DISTRICT

2092 SKAHA DRIVE

LOT 1, SECTION 13, RANGE 7, MOUNTAIN DISTRICT, PLAN VIP85577

C14 4012 JINGLE POT ROAD

RV BAY C14, RV AT JINGLE POT CAMPSITES & RV PARK, WELLINGTON DISTRICT

2229 BOXWOOD ROAD

LOT 1, SECTION 18, RANGES 6 AND 7, MOUNTAIN DISTRICT, PLAN VIP63562

C24 4012 JINGLE POT ROAD

RV BAY C24, RV AT JINGLE POT CAMPSITES & RV PARK, WELLINGTON DISTRICT

217 CONCORDIA PLACE

LOT 20, SECTION 9, RANGE 8, MOUNTAIN DISTRICT, PLAN 32919

C26 4012 JINGLE POT ROAD

RV BAY C26, RV AT JINGLE POT CAMPSITES & RV PARK, WELLINGTON DISTRICT

306 1600 DUFFERIN CRESCENT

STRATA LOT 38, SECTION 15, RANGE 8, MOUNTAIN DISTRICT, STRATA PLAN 1062 TOGETHER WITH AN INTEREST IN THE COMMON PROPERTY IN PROPORTION TO THE UNIT ENTITLEMENT OF THE STRATA LOT AS SHOWN ON FORM 1

D12 4012 JINGLE POT ROAD

RV BAY D12, RV AT JINGLE POT CAMPSITES & RV PARK, WELLINGTON DISTRICT

67 PORTER ROAD

2050 HONEYSUCKLE TERRACE

LOT 47, SECTION 16, RANGE 8, MOUNTAIN DISTRICT, PLAN 13235

1644 CHICK-A-DEE CRESCENT

LOT 12, SECTION 16, RANGE 8, MOUNTAIN DISTRICT, PLAN 17875

1735 NORTHFIELD ROAD

LOT A, SECTION 17, RANGE 8, MOUNTAIN DISTRICT, PLAN 31261

4 1656 MEREDITH ROAD

STRATA LOT 4, OF SECTION 17, RANGE 8, MOUNTAIN DISTRICT, STRATA PLAN 27, TOGETHER WITH AN INTEREST IN THE COMMON PROPERTY IN PROPORTION TO THE UNIT ENTITLEMENT OF THE STRATA LOT AS SHOWN ON FORM 1

D14 4012 JINGLE POT ROAD

RV BAY D14, RV AT JINGLE POT CAMPSITES & RV PARK, WELLINGTON DISTRICT

H13 4012 JINGLE POT ROAD

RV BAY H13, RV AT JINGLE POT CAMPSITES & RV PARK, WELLINGTON DISTRICT

6 1690 STEWART AVENUE

RV BAY 6, RV AT STONES MARINA RV PARK, NANAIMO DISTRICT

8 1690 STEWART AVENUE

RV BAY 8, RV AT STONES MARINA RV PARK, NANAIMO DISTRICT

20 1690 STEWART AVENUE

RV BAY 20, RV AT STONES MARINA RV PARK, NANAIMO DISTRICT

23 1690 STEWART AVENUE

RV BAY 23, RV AT STONES MARINA RV PARK, NANAIMO DISTRICT

26 1690 STEWART AVENUE

RV BAY 26, RV AT STONES MARINA RV PARK, NANAIMO DISTRICT

2420 COSGROVE CRESCENT

LOT 24, SECTION 19, RANGE 8, MOUNTAIN DISTRICT, PLAN 15435

MH 2138 NIMPKISH LAKE WAY

RV AT RESORT ON THE LAKE, MOUNTAIN DISTRICT

3621 APSLEY AVENUE

LOT 9, BLOCK 28, SECTION 3, WELLINGTON DISTRICT, PLAN 318-A

MH 2116 HENDERSON LAKE WAY

RV AT RESORT ON THE LAKE, MOUNTAIN DISTRICT

2901 GLEN EAGLE CRESCENT

LOT 47, SECTION 5, WELLINGTON DISTRICT, PLAN 14356

MH 2106 NIMPKISH LAKE WAY

RV AT RESORT ON THE LAKE, MOUNTAIN DISTRICT

2883 GLEN EAGLE CRESCENT

LOT 49, SECTION 5, WELLINGTON DISTRICT, PLAN 14356

T36 4012 JINGLE POT ROAD

RV BAY T36, RV AT JINGLE POT CAMPSITES & RV PARK, WELLINGTON DISTRICT

112 4728 UPLANDS DRIVE

STRATA LOT 95, SECTION 14, WELLINGTON DISTRICT, STRATA PLAN 907 TOGETHER WITH AN INTEREST IN THE COMMON PROPERTY IN PROPORTION TO THE UNIT ENTITLEMENT OF THE STRATA LOT AS SHOWN ON FORM 1

24 25 MAKI ROAD

BAY 24, MHR 68672, 1977 GENDALL VISTA VILLA MOBILE HOME, NANAIMO DISTRICT, SEABREEZE PARK

131 LOCKSLEY PLACE

LOT 54, SECTION 15-A, WELLINGTON DISTRICT, PLAN 33755

9 1074 OLD VICTORIA ROAD

BAY 9, MHR 36276, 1976 BENDIX PARAMOUNT MOBILE HOME, NANAIMO DISTRICT, CHASE RIVER PARK

3449 MAVERIC ROAD

STRATA LOT 14, DISTRICT LOT 18, WELLINGTON DISTRICT, STRATA PLAN VIS6892 TOGETHER WITH AN INTEREST IN THE COMMON PROPERTY IN PROPORTION TO THE UNIT ENTITLEMENT OF THE STRATA LOT AS SHOWN ON FORM V

27 1000 CHASE RIVER ROAD

BAY 27, MHR 1796, 1972 HOMCO STATESMAN MOBILE HOME, NANAIMO DISTRICT, PETROGLYPH PARK

3200 ARROWSMITH ROAD

STRATA LOT 1, DISTRICT LOT 31, WELLINGTON DISTRICT, STRATA PLAN VIS6807 TOGETHER WITH AN INTEREST IN THE COMMON PROPERTY IN PROPORTION TO THE UNIT ENTITLEMENT OF THE STRATA LOT AS SHOWN ON FORM V

68 1000 CHASE RIVER ROAD

BAY 68, MHR 16027, FOUR SEASONS MOBILE HOME, NANAIMO DISTRICT, PETROGLYPH PARK

35 971 DOUGLAS AVENUE

BAY 35, MHR 7913, 1976 HOMCO COLONY 68122CKD MOBILE HOME, NANAIMO DISTRICT, PARK LANE PARK

65 971 DOUGLAS AVENUE

BAY 65, MHR 12474, GENDALL MOBILE HOME, NANAIMO DISTRICT, PARK LANE PARK

78 971 DOUGLAS AVENUE

BAY 78, MHR 16444, 1974 MODULINE PREMIER MOBILE HOME, NANAIMO DISTRICT, PARK LANE PARK

5341 GEORGIAVIEW CRESCENT

LOT 57, DISTRICT LOT 32, WELLINGTON DISTRICT, PLAN VIP53577

3835 HAMMOND BAY ROAD

LOT 25, DISTRICT LOT 39, WELLINGTON DISTRICT, PLAN 18950

131 SAND PIPER PLACE

LOT 54, DISTRICT LOT 42, WELLINGTON DISTRICT, PLAN 36355

6734 ELLEN PLACE

LOT 16, DISTRICT LOT 53, WELLINGTON DISTRICT, PLAN 34129

434 PRIDEAUX STREET

LOT 8, BLOCK 23, SECTION 1, NANAIMO DISTRICT, PLAN 584

6535 GROVELAND DRIVE

LOT 24, DISTRICT LOT 53, WELLINGTON DISTRICT, PLAN VIP74649

36 TERMINAL AVENUE

LOT 3, BLOCK 42, SECTION 1, NANAIMO DISTRICT, PLAN 584

5181 FILLINGER CRESCENT

LOT 20, DISTRICT LOT 54, WELLINGTON DISTRICT, PLAN 16374

5 68 MILL STREET

41 PIRATES LANE

LOT 89, DOUGLAS ISLAND (ALSO KNOWN AS PROTECTION ISLAND), NANAIMO DISTRICT, PLAN 14111

STRATA LOT 5, BLOCK 49, SECTION 1, NANAIMO DISTRICT STRATA PLAN VIS2918 TOGETHER WITH AN INTEREST IN THE COMMON PROPERTY IN PROPORTION TO THE UNIT ENTITLEMENT OF THE STRATA LOT AS SHOWN ON FORM 1

32 507 NINTH STREET

STRATA LOT 32, SECTION 1, NANAIMO DISTRICT, STRATA PLAN 206 TOGETHER WITH AN INTEREST IN THE COMMON PROPERTY IN PROPORTION TO THE UNIT ENTITLEMENT OF THE STRATA LOT AS SHOWN ON FORM 1

13 GILLESPIE STREET

SECTION C, LOT 11, BLOCK E OF SECTION 1, NANAIMO DISTRICT, PLAN 584

50 GILLESPIE STREET

LOT 14, BLOCK E, SECTION 1, NANAIMO DISTRICT, PLAN 584, EXCEPT PARCEL A (DD 6740-N)

181 ACACIA AVENUE

LOT 10, SECTION 1, NANAIMO DISTRICT, PLAN 27975

540 KENNEDY STREET

SECTION B, LOT 6, BLOCK G, SECTION 1, NANAIMO DISTRICT, PLAN 584

656 LAMBERT AVENUE

LOT 3, SECTION 1, NANAIMO DISTRICT, PLAN VIP81342

815 COMOX ROAD

SECTION 6 OF LOTS 10 AND 11, BLOCK I, SECTION 1, NANAIMO DISTRICT, PLAN 584

602 SECOND STREET

THE EAST 45 FEET OF THE SOUTH 75 FEET OF SECTION 37 RANGE 6, SECTION 1, NANAIMO DISTRICT, PLAN 630

510 MACHLEARY STREET

LOT 3, SECTION 1, NANAIMO DISTRICT, PLAN VIP77933

524 DUNDAS STREET

LOT 6, SECTION 1, NANAIMO DISTRICT, PLAN 21478

414 VICTORIA ROAD

LOT 7, BLOCK TENDRON, SECTION 1, NANAIMO DISTRICT, PLAN 584

306 CORDAN STREET

LOT 2, SECTION 1, NANAIMO DISTRICT, PLAN EPP15438

33 WATKINS STREET

THE WESTERLY 60 FEET OF LOT 1, BLOCK WATKINS, SECTION 1, NANAIMO DISTRICT, PLAN 584

310 CORDAN STREET

LOT 3, SECTION 1, NANAIMO DISTRICT, PLAN EPP15438

216 CRAIG STREET

LOT 14, BLOCK 2, SECTION 1, NANAIMO DISTRICT, PLAN 1016

330 CORDAN STREET

LOT 8, SECTION 1, NANAIMO DISTRICT, PLAN EPP15438

175 STRICKLAND STREET

LOT 20, BLOCK 4, SECTION 1, NANAIMO DISTRICT, PLAN 2009

334 CORDAN STREET

LOT 9, SECTION 1, NANAIMO DISTRICT, PLAN EPP15438

441 IRWIN STREET

THE SOUTHERLY 41.25 FEET OF LOT 2, SECTION 1, NANAIMO DISTRICT, PLAN 2921

338 CORDAN STREET

LOT 10, SECTION 1, NANAIMO DISTRICT, PLAN EPP15438

1496 WHITE STREET

345 CORDAN STREET

LOT 13, SECTION 1, NANAIMO DISTRICT, PLAN EPP15438

LOT 22, SUBURBAN LOT 9, NEWCASTLE RESERVE, SECTION 1, NANAIMO DISTRICT, PLAN 10828

337 CORDAN STREET

LOT 15, SECTION 1, NANAIMO DISTRICT, PLAN EPP15438

947 BRECHIN ROAD

LOT 11, SECTION 1, NANAIMO DISTRICT, PLAN 11315

325 CORDAN STREET

LOT 18, SECTION 1, NANAIMO DISTRICT, PLAN EPP15438

20 LORNE PLACE

317 CORDAN STREET

LOT 20, SECTION 1, NANAIMO DISTRICT, PLAN EPP15438

LOT 27, DISTRICT LOT 97-G, SUBURBAN LOT 52, NEWCASTLE RESERVE, SECTION 1, NANAIMO DISTRICT, PLAN 18612

313 CORDAN STREET

LOT 21, SECTION 1, NANAIMO DISTRICT, PLAN EPP15438

1501 BOUNDARY CRESCENT

LOT 1, DISTRICT LOT 97G, NEWCASTLE RESERVE, SECTION 1, NANAIMO DISTRICT, PLAN 37805

309 CORDAN STREET

LOT 22, SECTION 1, NANAIMO DISTRICT, PLAN EPP15438

416 1685 ESTEVAN ROAD

305 CORDAN STREET

LOT 23, SECTION 1, NANAIMO DISTRICT, PLAN EPP15438

STRATA LOT 101, SECTION 1, NANAIMO DISTRICT, STRATA PLAN VIS3442 TOGETHER WITH AN INTEREST IN THE COMMON PROPERTY IN PORPORTION TO THE UNIT ENTITLEMENT OF THE STRATA LOT AS SHOWN ON FORM 1

301 CORDAN STREET

LOT 24, SECTION 1, NANAIMO DISTRICT, PLAN EPP15438

330 NINTH STREET

LOT 1, SECTION 1, NANAIMO DISTRICT, PLAN 37548

841 VICTORIA ROAD

LOT 5, BLOCK 5, SECTION 1, NANAIMO DISTRICT, PLAN 2009

660 RAILWAY AVENUE

LOT 23, BLOCK 8, SECTION 1, NANAIMO DISTRICT, PLAN 1555

CITY COLLECTOR Dated at Nanaimo BC this 18th day of September, 2015

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‘Buddy’ most popular pooch name Max, Molly, Bear and Jake top the list as favourite monikers among the 11,000 dogs in Nanaimo ROSS ARMOUR DAILY NEWS

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a Kindergarten teacher at Coal Tyee Elementary in Nanaimo, got into a conversation with teaching assistant Simon Burn, who owned the farm in Errington. Shortly after, the result was a trip north for Rene, wife Carolyn and daughter Ceitinn, who was six at the time, to visit what would soon become the latest instalment to the household — Border Collie Golden Labrador retriever cross Gaelic. “The mom Cleo was not supposed to conceive because they thought she was too young,” said Carolyn. “But little did they know, that a golden lab from the next farm sneaked in. They saw that she was acting strangely and brought her inside (to relieve her of her sheep herding duties) and then the family left the house for a few days. When they got back, they saw all these little black

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things running around and they initially thought they were rats.” Carolyn said the Cussons were on waiting lists for dogs and the next one would be partly used as a gift to young daughter Ceitinn. She went on to tell that, after the farm family had chosen which dog they wished to be taken in by the Cussons, Gaelic was originally named “the Gaelic princess” by the children who lived on the farm. The name was an appropriate choice, with the Cussons boasting a rich Celtic family heritage with ancestors from Scotland, Ireland and Cape Breton. Rene is a world-renowned champion piper, with Carolyn the same in highland dance. She also orchestrates the Glengarry School of Dance with highland and Cape Breton step dance classes offered in both Nanaimo and Victoria. In 2000, the pair also founded performing arts company CeltFest. Although they eventually shortened the original name of their beloved dog, Carolyn still insists “Gaelic was named for us.” Gaelic is also one of a kind, being the only dog with that name in the Harbour City. The City of Nanaimo confirmed it has approximately 11,000 dog licences on record. The most popular names on that list are Buddy (437), followed by Max (383), Molly (297), Bear (276) and Jake (269). But not all of those 11,000 had their names chosen for them like the Cussons and undertook the creativity in their own hands. “We had a Samoyed we named Mucky which was short for Mukluk but really it described him because he was always dirty,” said Sarah Schmidt. Aimee Chalifoux named her dog Lemmy after Lemmy Kilmister, the lead vocalist from rock band Motorhead. Brian Wallace named his dog Mickey who he described as a “very strong willed Border Collie as a puppy, couldn’t take the mickey out of him, became my best friend for 12 years.” Diena Henry has three bulldogs to keep husband Charles and two sons Stirling and Marshall company at home. Two of her names match the character of others, whereas the third involved a little reverse psychology. One is named Silva after the famous UFC fighter Anderson ‘The Spider’ Silva.

Carolyn Cusson, and her nine-year-old border collie and lab mix, Gaelic, spend some quality time together. [AARON HINKS/DAILY NEWS]

“She is a bit sly and cheeky and you don’t know when she is coming at you to play, just like the fighter,” said Henry. “Her sister’s name is Machida, named after the UFC fighter Lyota ‘The Dragon’ Machida. She is very patient and calm by nature, just like the fighter she is named after. Our old boy Tyson, named after the boxer Mike Tyson, passed away last year. He was a big baby and submissive to any other dog he would meet.” Dog expert Alexandra Horowitz says, despite what some may think, there is no formal psychology behind the naming of dogs. Instead, she has some simple advice. “Choose one you like, which you can yell outside, which is distinguished from other words the dog hears and even better if the dog responds to it on its first airing,” she said. “My longtime dog Pumpernickel was partly so named because at the time we adopted her, we did not have a name. She spent a few days being called ‘puppy’ and ‘pup’ and even began responding to that. We chose Pumpernickel (AKA Pump) because it was phonetically similar. Also, she was brown and black and bread-shaped.” Horowitz teaches psychology, canine cognition and creative

non-fiction writing at Barnard College in New York City. Her book Inside of a Dog evokes a dog’s perspective and is the result of her own analysis of her own dog’s behaviour and cognition. Horowitz also says the name of your dog has no impact on its behaviour and character as it grows up. “Scientists know less about this than we do about how a person’s name will affect their future – and very little is known there,” she said. “We would need a completely controlled experiment naming two identical dogs, growing up in the same environment, different names to see what effect there might be. “That said, it is reasonable to suggest that a dog’s name will affect how her owners as well as others around the dog, might interact with her. A large, muscular dog named ‘Sweetie pie’ is going to get a different reaction from people than one named ‘Cujo.’ If many people reliably act the same way, the dog could learn something about ‘how people act’ which is actually a side effect of their reaction to the name.” Ross.Armour @nanaimodailynews.com 250-729-4230

Urn stolen from Parksville cemetery In what police are calling “a sick crime of opportunity” an urn worth $2,500 was stolen from a Parksville cemetery. Oceanside RCMP Cpl. Jesse Foreman confirmed it was empty. On July 20 a brass urn decorated with three dolphins was pried out of its concrete housing

underneath a memorial bench on the grounds of Yates Funeral Service. As no leads have come forward, Mounties are calling on the public for help. “Police do not feel it is random,” Foreman said. — PARKSVILLE QUALICUM BEACH NEWS


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Group hopes to hire polling firm A non-profit group is fundraising to hire a professional polling firm to do a poll of popular support for the main political parties in the new riding of Nanaimo-Ladysmith. Leadnow.ca, whose stated goal is to unseat the governing Conservatives, is most of the way to reaching a $2,200 donation target so that it can hire firm Environics to conduct detailed polling of the riding. The aim is to identify which non-Conservative candidate has the best chance of winning the seat on Oct. 19. The plan is to begin polling this month, but the organization also says it is hoping to raise $4.400 to do a final poll days before the election “to get voters in the riding the best information possible about the state of the race right before they head to the polls.”

her award on Wednesday at the Tourism Vancouver Island Annual Conference held in Campbell River. The award recognizes a tourism employee who has demonstrated exemplary work performance which enhances business and customer

satisfaction. Barr is known for her contributions to the development and promotion of tourism in Nanaimo specifically. She created the Nanaimo Bar and Cedar Yellow Point Artisan Trails and was also the lead on the implementa-

tion of the #ExploreNanaimo marketing campaign earlier this year. “Whether it’s creating new programs to draw attention to Nanaimo such as the Nanaimo Bar Trail, delivering impactful familiarization tours for media, judging the Nanaimo Bar

tasting competition in her free time, or garnering stakeholder participation for a new Tourism Nanaimo campaign, Chelsea always gives her best and puts her all behind everything she does. She’s a passionate tourism industry advocate who works tirelessly to support the

Tourism Nanaimo and Tourism Vancouver Island teams” said Lesley Anderson, executive director at Tourism Nanaimo. In the past three years, the Nanaimo Bar Trail has grown to 34 ways and places to try versions of the city’s famous treat.

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Lawyers can see CSIS documents GEORDON OMAND THE CANADIAN PRESS

VANCOUVER — Lawyers for a pair of B.C. terrorists have been granted access to secret documents from Canada’s spy agency in a process so guarded the judge was supervised on Thursday as she reviewed the confidential material. B.C. Supreme Court Justice Cather-

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Mayor facing tax charges in court continues duties

The mayor of Vernon says he is not trying to avoid paying taxes. Akbal Mund is charged with two counts of failure to comply with the Income Tax Act. A lawyer appeared on his behalf when the matter went before a Vernon judge on Thursday and the case returns to court Nov. 19. Mund, who has served as mayor of the North Okanagan city since last November, says the case involves paperwork for Mund Holdings, the company he ran when he was part-owner of a national fast food franchise. He says he’s not trying to avoid any type of tax, and he’s confident a stay of proceedings will be entered by the Crown when all the paperwork is sorted out. Mund says he will continue with his mayoral duties while the charges are before the court.

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A hydrophone listening station has been set up in Georgia Strait near the entrance of the Fraser River to gather data on noise made by passing ships and potentially find ways to reduce the threat they pose to whales. The research project is led by Port Metro Vancouver, which is preparing for steady increases in ship traffic, in partnership with the University of Victoria’s Ocean Networks Canada and JASCO Applies Sciences. It’s hoped better baseline information on noise levels from ships may lead to methods to make them quieter, such as hull and propeller cleaning, or even new vessel designs. The new listening station will capture vocalizations from whales as well and is positioned to   log sounds of BC Ferries and other vessels in addition to incoming cargo ships. Deep sea vessels will be deliberately piloted near the hydrophone station to log their noise profiles. Port Metro Vancouver intends to more than double the container-handling capacity at Deltaport under its planned $2-billion Roberts Bank Terminal 2 expansion.

ine Bruce ordered the Canadian Security Intelligence Service to hand over the redacted versions of nine documents of correspondence the agency had with the RCMP’s terrorism investigation. The lawyers representing John Nuttall and Amanda Korody have argued police manipulated their clients into planning to bomb the

Victoria legislature on Canada Day two years ago. Nuttall’s lawyer Marilyn Sandford said earlier there was evidence someone may have been involved as an informant in a separate CSIS investigation, which she argued would be of extreme relevance to the question of entrapment. Bruce was provided in court with

a version of both the redacted and unredacted documents, and concluded that in one instance a single section of the omitted text could be important to the case. “I have found a redacted passage in the material produced to me confidentially by CSIS meets the test of ’likely relevant,”’ she said. “I have marked that passage with

a red sticky tab,” she added, before handing back the classified binder. That section will not be released to the defence pending CSIS’s right to apply to federal court for an exemption under national security laws. Nuttall and Korody were found guilty in June of plotting to detonate pressure-cooker bombs at the provincial legislature on July 1, 2013.

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Boy killed at Penticton intersection is remembered as ‘beautiful young man’ DALE BOYD PENTICTON WESTERN NEWS

A Penticton toddler is dead after an off-duty Penticton RCMP officer allegedly struck the young pedestrian crossing the road on Tuesday at the intersection of Fairview Road (Green Mountain Road) and Highway 97 on the Channel Parkway James Christian McIntosh was a Grade 1 student at Holy Cross School in Penticton investigators initially reported he was four years old but the Western News has since found out he was five. “He was a beautiful young man. He could be intense at times, he had a great focus about him, full of energy, boundless energy really,” said Shawn Campbell, principal of Holy Cross School. “He was one of the kids that everybody liked, he was a kid who just wanted to be a kid and learn.” A School District 67 crisis team sent staff to classrooms to assist teachers and students. Parents with counselling experience have also offered their assistance. The announcement was made to students this morning and a prayer service was held at the school with priests from Penticton and Summerland. “It was a beautiful ceremony and I think it helps the kids to adjust and to accept what has happened,” Campbell said. Counsellors will stay on hand for students and teachers as well as bereavement services for those who need it. Several teddy bears and a dozen red roses were left at the intersection this week. One of the cards attached to the large white bear read: “Fly with the angels now Jamesy. You are loved” and the other was from a mother of three: “My heart breaks for your (family’s) loss… my thoughts are with you in this time of tragedy.” The incident happened about 5 p.m. Sept. 15 when an off-duty police officer driving a personal vehicle, believed to be a pickup truck, struck McIntosh in the crosswalk on the south side of the intersection.

Teddy bears placed at the intersection near the spot where a five-year-old Penticton boy was struck and killed by a pickup truck on Sept. 15. [MARK BRETT/PENTICTON WESTERN NEWS]

According to Ralph Krenz, media spokesperson for the Independent Investigations Office of BC, the driver of the vehicle was turning southbound on the Channel Parkway from Green Mountain Road when the incident happened. Krenz said the boy and his father were in the crosswalk at the time of the collision. The IIO spokesperson was asked at a late-morning press conference Sept 16 at the scene whether alcohol was involved and if the officer was in custody. “Any and all factors in relation to the driver will be lines of inquiry for the investigation and I don’t have that information at this time. Obviously if that did come up that would be something we would inquire further on.” said Krenz, adding there are seven investigators currently working on the matter. “What I can tell you, in a general sense, is when an officer may be facing potential liability they have the right to silence as any citizen so

the officer would make the decision based on legal advice.” Emergency personnel including fire and police initially converged at the scene of the incident and McIntosh was taken to Penticton Regional Hospital but succumbed to his injuries. IIO employees are currently investigating the incident and further resources including extra investigators and a manager of affected persons to assist the family are arriving morning of Sept. 16 from Surrey after being notified of the incident by the Penticton RCMP around 6 p.m. on Tuesday. “At this point in time we are calling for witnesses who may have seen anything. This is a busy intersection at approximately 5 p.m. (Tuesday),” said Krenz “I think there are people out there who might have seen something that we are not aware of, or haven’t spoken to.” The IIO is asking anyone who may have witnessed anything relating to the incident to contact their witness

reporting line at 1-855-466-8477. “We’re still trying to identify those key elements, obviously those will be the subject of further investigation,” Krenz said. The investigation was initially started by the RCMP at the time of the incident, but has been handed over to the IIO. “Where there is a situation involving serious harm or death and it’s the actions of a police officer involved, either on or off duty, police services in this province are required to notify the Independent Investigations Office,” Krenz said. “Once we’re notified, the IIO has jurisdiction until the Chief Civilian Director decides not to continue on with the investigations.” Krenz was unable to confirm whether a reported black pick-up truck was related to the incident, however he said the vehicle involved would likely be seized for further analysis. — WITH FILES FROM MARK BRETT/PENTICTON WESTERN NEWS


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VANCOUVER — An NHL defenceman charged in connection with shooting a grizzly bear on British Columbia’s central coast did not meet residency requirements for the provincial hunt, conservation officers say. Clayton Stoner, 30, of the Anaheim Ducks, is accused of five offences, including two counts of knowingly making a false statement to obtain a hunting licence. Court records show the statements were allegedly made in Stoner’s hometown of Port McNeill in May 2013, when he played for the Minnesota Wild. Det.-Sgt. Cynthia Mann, with the B.C. Conservation Officer Service, said Stoner failed to meet rules under the provincial Wildlife Act. Stoner’s primary residence had to be in B.C. in order to get a licence, she said. He was also required to be living in the province for six of the 12 months preceding the spring grizzly bear hunt. “The application of the limited entry hunt, and the physical hunt and harvest of wildlife under these particular circumstances, was unlawful,” Mann said in a statement Thursday. Non-resident B.C. hunters have the opportunity to experience the “privilege” of hunting, but must use licensed B.C. guide outfitters, she said. Stoner also faces separate counts of hunting out of season, hunting without a licence and unlawfully possessing dead wildlife related to the shooting near Bella Bella. The hockey player has never denied the hunt, which sparked debate two years ago when pictures published in a Vancouver newspaper showed him holding the grizzly’s severed head. He claimed at the time to have the necessary permits and licences.

Anaheim Ducks defenceman Clayton Stoner, left, has been charged with five offences related to the shooting of a grizzly bear on British Columbia’s central coast. [THE CANADIAN PRESS]

The bear, which local residents had named Cheeky, was killed in an area known as the Great Bear Rainforest. Jess Housty, a tribal councillor with the Heiltsuk Nation based in Bella Bella, said the charges against Stoner are “symbolically important. “The message that I’m hearing from a lot people is justice is finally being served,” she said, acknowledging Stoner has not been convicted. “The fact is, this is justice for one bear and not justice for all bears.” Housty screened a film in Vancouver in September 2013 featuring the

graphic photos, which were taken by a Heiltsuk Nation field technician who confronted the man immediately after the kill. “Our estuary guardians who were stationed in a high-traffic hunting area interacted with Clayton Stoner,” she said Thursday. “(He) was boasting about the animal he’d killed and showing the paws and the head.” The Coastal First Nations had requested hunters respect a ban under tribal law on trophy killing in their traditional territories before the hunt.

Stoner defended his hunting trip with his father, an uncle and a friend after the photos were publicized. “I grew up hunting and fishing in British Columbia and continue to enjoy spending time with my family outdoors,” he said in a September 2013 statement, adding he would continue those activities in the province. Stoner could not be immediately reached for comment. Conservation scientist Chris Darimont, from the University of Victoria, said Stoner would not have

been apprehended without the Heiltsuk Nation’s efforts. “(But) the provincial government is going to gloat that this demonstrates that they have enforcement capability and this is a well-managed, scientific hunt,” he said. Darimont said the government is defending the annual hunt for political gain from hunting advocates. Stoner’s next court date is scheduled for Oct. 9 in Vancouver, three days before the Ducks meets the Vancouver Canucks in Anaheim.

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Councillors question tax exemption methods KRISTEN DOUGLAS CAMPBELL RIVER MIRROR

Campbell River is giving property tax exemptions to 75 community groups next year but a couple of city councillors were concerned Monday about who was left out of the tax breaks. While several organizations, including local churches, are given the tax exemptions each year, seven new applications were considered for 2016. At its Monday night meeting, council approved 75 permissive tax exemptions totalling $755,901 of which $406,263 is provided by the city and $349,638 is provided by the other local taxing authorities such as the school district, hospital district and regional district.

Each of the organizations receiving the tax breaks was vetted by the city’s Community Partnership Committee which is tasked with determining whether or not the non-profits meet the city’s criteria for an exemption on paying property taxes. Of the seven new applicants this year, one – the Campbell River Masonic Temple Association – was turned down. Coun. Ron Kerr wanted to know why. “Have they received an exemption in the past?” Kerr asked. “Especially considering the work they do for the public with the cancer car which is a really valuable service to the community.” Lesia Davis, chair of the Community Partnership Committee, said the

Masonic Temple Association applied about five years ago and the same argument was made back then that the temple is not open to everyone and therefore doesn’t meet the city’s criteria. “We did discuss the car, we don’t know if it’s a direct service of the Masonic Hall or someone else,” Davis said. “We felt with the information we had, the membership was restricted to the Masonic members. For instance, if you go into the John Howard Society you could have a meeting there if you weren’t a member, whereas at the Masonic Hall, you couldn’t have a meeting there if you’re not a member. “It was a struggle. We went around the table a couple of times because of it,” Davis added.

“At the end of the day, we felt in fairness to the criteria, to make the recommendation we have.” But Coun. Charlie Cornfield said the Masonic Hall should still be included. “Four organizations use the hall, including Job’s Daughters (as well as the Campbell River Shrine Club, Chas Maria Order of the Eastern Star and the Freemasons), which people choose to participate in by choice as they do the John Howard Society, as they do with various organizations that are on the list for property tax exemptions,” said Cornfield. He then proceeded to make a motion to add the Masonic Temple Association to the list of organizations receiving the tax exemption from the city.

Cornfield’s motion to add the Masonic Temple Association, however, was defeated by council. Coun. Larry Samson said he trusts Davis and the rest of the Community Partnership Committee members came up with the right recommendations. “I believe this committee does an excellent job, they’ve gone over all the facts and they believe at this time it doesn’t fit the criteria and council’s policy,” Samson said. Mayor Andy Adams wanted to focus on the positive. “Seventy-five groups, totalling $755,901 of which $406,000 is coming from the city,” Adams said. “This is a significant investment in organizations that provide services to our community.”


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Gas-and-dash murder suspect is arrested

N.S. cops ask for public aid after officer killed

Manitoba pledges care, cash for Syria refugees

Regulator says Nexen can restart pipelines

Charge laid in murder case dating from 1985

A man sought by Toronto police on a second-degree murder charge after a 2012 “gas-and-dash” incident was arrested in Montreal on Thursday. Max Tutiven, 42, surrendered as police waited for a warrant to enter a building where he was holed up. Montreal police spokesman Andre Leclerc said there was a Canada-wide arrest warrant for the man on the murder charge. Earlier this week, Toronto police announced a $25,000 reward for information leading to Tutiven’s arrest. He was wanted on the second-degree murder charge in the death of a gas station employee in September 2012. Tutiven was accused of striking 44-year-old Jayesh Prajapati with an SUV while leaving the station after failing to pay for gas.

Police in Halifax made an unusual request for public assistance Thursday after accusing a former volunteer firefighter of murdering an off-duty police officer last week. Christopher Calvin Garnier, 27, made a brief appearance in a Halifax courtroom where he was charged with second-degree murder in the death of 36-year-old Catherine Campbell, a constable with the Truro Police Force. Supt. Jim Perrin said police are asking witnesses to come forward if they saw a white man in shorts and a T-shirt pulling or pushing a large, green compost bin through the north end of Halifax last Friday around 4:30 a.m. Perrin wouldn’t say what was in the bin, except that it contained evidence.

The Manitoba government promised money for Syrian refugees Thursday — up to $1.4 million for relief overseas and support programs for those who make it to Manitoba. Premier Greg Selinger announced an immediate infusion of $200,000 for non-profit groups delivering aid to Syrians on the front lines. Other money will be available for settlement programs and social services for refugees once they are in Manitoba. Selinger recently announced $40,000 to help churches and non-profit groups sponsor refugees from Syria, and has called on the federal government to boost refugee numbers so that Manitoba can double the 1,500 refugees a year it currently accepts.

Alberta’s energy regulator says Nexen Energy can resume more oilsands operations after it was forced to shutdown pipelines for not complying with maintenance and monitoring rules. Last month the company, a subsidiary of Chinese state-owned CNOOC Ltd., was ordered to cease operating 95 pipelines. The suspensions came as the regulator was investigating a July 15 pipeline spill at Nexen’s Long Lake operation that leaked about five million litres of bitumen, produced water and sand into muskeg. But it says some pipeline operations remain suspended and will not be allowed to return to service until Nexen can show they can be operated safely.

Manitoba RCMP have charged a man with murder in a 30-year-old homicide case. Michael Kalanza, who was 80, disappeared from Faulkner in 1985. His remains were found by a group of high school students on a field trip to a quarry about 200 km northwest of Winnipeg in 1997. DNA tests confirmed the remains were those of Kalanza and a team of anthropologists helped in the investigation. Mounties say the RCMP Historical Case Unit arrested Lee Norman Pischke, who is 50, on Tuesday and charged him with second-degree murder. Police say they arrested a second man, but he has been released and the investigation continues.

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Arab effort to censure Israeli nukes falls flat

An Arab-led attempt to censure Israel over its “nuclear capabilities” failed Thursday, with states backing the Jewish state at the UN atomic agency’s annual meeting voting down a resolution critical of the Jewish state. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu hailed the result as a “great victory.” The vote is symbolic, with the meeting having no enforcing powers. But Israel is at odds with the U.S. and its allies over the nuclear deal struck with Iran, with Netanyahu alleging that it fails to strip Tehran from the ability to make atomic arms, and his comments Thursday appeared in part to be aimed at mending fences. “I welcome the fact that the gap in Israel’s favour was significantly larger than the votes in previous years,” he said in a statement.

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Owners of a furniture store inspect their property after an earthquake-triggered tsunami hit the coastal town of Coquimbo, Chile, on Thursday. Several coastal towns were flooded from small tsunami waves set off by late Wednesday’s quake, which shook the Earth so strongly that rumbles were felt across South America. [AP PHOTO]

Seismic codes and warning system aid Chile in quake Andean nation’s 17 million people have little choice but to be experts in prevention LUIS ANDRES HENAO AND EVA VERGARA THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

COQUIMBO, Chile — Parts of this port city were a disaster zone Thursday after an 8.3-magnitude quake hit off the coast, killing at least 11 people and likely causing billions in damage. Overturned cars and splintered boats sat mud next to furniture, toppled adobe homes and fishing nets tangled in trees. The most stunning thing about Wednesday night’s earthquake, however, may be the relatively low amount of havoc caused by such a powerful shake. While the quake led more than one million to evacuate coastal areas and no doubt caused much anxiety, seismologists said Chile’s heavy investment in structural reinforcement of buildings and constant refinement of its tsunami alert system helped prevent what would have been a catastrophe in less prepared nations. “Chile has good codes and good compliance, which together have reduced the vulnerabilities of their building stock over the decades,” said Richard Olson, director of Florida International University’s Extreme Events Institute.

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“I would rather be there in one of their cities than in many other countries in an earthquake.” Living in one of the world’s most seismically active places, the Andean nation’s 17 million people have little choice but become experts in earthquakes. The strongest earthquake ever recorded happened in Chile: a magnitude-9.5 tremor in 1960 that killed more than 5,000 people. After another major earthquake in 1985, authorities began implementing strict construction codes similar to those used for highly seismic regions in the United States such as California, said Kishor Jaiswal, a civil engineer with the U.S. Geological Survey.

Most buildings in urban areas of Chile are designed to withstand both the vertical forces of gravity and the horizontal jolts that an earthquake inflicts. Building methods in many other developing countries can withstand gravity and wind but have limited resistance against very strong earthquakes. Wednesday’s quake struck just offshore in the Pacific at 7:54 p.m. and was centred about 228 kilometres north-northwest of Santiago. The quake was 12 kilometres below the surface. It lasted a nerve-shattering three minutes, swayed buildings in the capital, Santiago, and prompting authorities to issue a tsunami warning for the country’s entire Pacific coast. People sought safety in the streets of inland cities, while others along the shore took to their cars to race to higher ground. Several coastal towns were flooded from small tsunami waves. The fortified constructions were evident in Coquimbo, a port city that was one of the closest to the epicentre. While adobe houses and some small concrete structures collapsed, the vast majority of buildings were intact.

A small area of the city, which neighbours La Serena, was covered in mud left by inrushing waves. Boats and cars were overturned, and dead fish were mixed in with debris. “It looks like a war zone here,” said Marcelo Leyea, a mechanic carrying a duffel bag with tools he was able to salvage from his collapsed shop. “But we were more prepared than during the 2010 earthquake.” Classes across the country were cancelled for Thursday, a measure aimed to keep people from putting themselves at risk. Residents said they received evacuation orders on their cellphones minutes after the quake hit. “The alerts worked well. We had enough time” to evacuate before the tsunami waves came, said Patricio Farria, a fisherman whose shop close to the coast was wrecked. “Two people died here, but there could have been many more. I think Bachelet learned her lesson.” “Everyone who felt Wednesday’s earthquake had the experience of 2010,” said Paulina Gonzalez, a civil engineer who teaches building design for earthquakes at the University of Chile in Santiago. “Many went to higher ground even before the official evacuation alerts.”

Cartel figure implicated in student deaths caught Federal authorities in Mexico have captured a high-ranking drug cartel member who they implicate in the disappearance of 43 college students in the state of Guerrero last year. The Attorney General’s Office did not immediately offer comment or confirmation, but Guerrero state chief prosecutor Miguel Angel Godinez Munoz confirmed the capture of Gildardo Lopez Astudillo in a statement Thursday. In November, then Attorney General Jesus Murillo Karam said it was Lopez Astudillo who informed his boss Sidronio Casarrubias Salgado that their rivals were causing trouble in Iguala. Casarrubias allegedly then instructed him to defend their turf. The government’s investigation maintains that local police in Iguala illegally detained the students.

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Guantanamo detainee held 13 years is freed Another Guantanamo Bay prisoner has been released as part of the drawn-out U.S. effort to wind down and eventually close the detention centre at the U.S. base in Cuba, officials said Thursday. Younis Abdurrahman Chekkouri was sent to his native Morocco after more than 13 years in custody at Guantanamo. His release, which followed an intensive security review and notification of Congress as required by law, was the first from the prison since June. Chekkouri, 47, was captured by Pakistan in December 2001 as he fled Afghanistan with other suspected al-Qaida fighters and was turned over to the United States. His release reduces the prison’s population to 115, down by more than half since President Barack Obama took office and pledged to close the prison.


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Interior minister issues warning: Don’t try to get to Western Europe through his country DUSAN STOJANOVIC AND VANESSA GERA THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

BATINA, Croatia — Croatian leaders asked the army to be on alert after chaos erupted Thursday at the border with Serbia, where thousands of migrants and refugees have poured into the country. Some trampled over each other in a rush to get on limited buses and trains, causing dozens of injuries amid the mayhem. The huge masses descended on Croatia after Hungary took tough measures to stop migrants entering its southern border. As Hungarian officials hailed their success in stopping the massive influx and moved ahead with plans to build yet more border fences, leaders in Croatia pleaded that their country was at full capacity and unable to cope with the sudden flow. Interior Minister Ranko Ostojic told reporters he had a message for migrants: Don’t try to go to Western Europe through his country. “Don’t come here anymore. Stay in refugee centres in Serbia and Macedonia and Greece,” Ostojic said. “This is not the road to Europe. Buses can’t take you there. It’s a lie.” Hungary sealed off its border with Serbia this week with a razor-wire fence and began arresting people who tried to cross. Police used tear gas, batons and water cannons on those who tried to push open a border gate on Wednesday. Croatia represents a longer and more difficult route into Europe, but those fleeing violence in their homelands had little choice. By late Thursday a total of 9,200 people had entered the country in the past two days, police said, and already groups

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People reach out in order to receive aid packages in Tovarnik, Croatia, on Thursday. Hundreds of migrants have pushed through police lines in the eastern Croatian town of Tovarnik. [AP PHOTO]

were trying to cross into neighbouring Slovenia and Hungary. Yet Slovenia, like Hungary, appeared unwilling to take in the inflow. Slovenian police said those freshly arrived from Croatia would simply be sent back there, according to the country’s state news agency. Croatian President Kolinda Grabar Kitarovic asked the country’s military to be on higher alert and be ready to act if needed to protect the border from the migrants. The country’s interior minister meanwhile suggested that his country may close its borders if faced with thousands more newcomers. After bus trips through Serbia, many migrants crossed fields on foot

to enter Croatia, where dozens of police at first directed them to trains and buses heading to refugee centres. Authorities warned them to avoid walking in areas along the Serbian border that were still being demined from the country’s 1991-95 war. Soon matters got out of control. Hundreds of angry asylum seekers pushed through police lines in the eastern Croatian town of Tovarnik after waiting for hours in the hot sun, demanding to be allowed to move on toward Western Europe. An Associated Press photographer saw one man collapse on the ground and dozens injured. More than 2,000 men, women and children had been stuck at the

local train station for hours. When buses finally arrived, groups charged toward them, overwhelming Croatian police. The situation calmed down but some migrants moved off on foot, with police unable to stop them. As an EU member state, Croatia is required to register the asylum seekers. But almost all are trying to reach Germany or elsewhere in Western Europe, and want to move through quickly without a paper trail. Croatian Prime Minister Zoran Milanovic said his country cannot hold down migrants who wish to move on. “Our resources are limited,” he said. “I will not and cannot stop those people and they will pass through Croatia.”

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Cineplex buys into eSports, video-game league PETER HENDERSON THE CANADIAN PRESS

TORONTO — Canada’s largest chain of movie theatres is moving further into the world of competitive electronic gaming, announcing some US$15 million in investments on Thursday that will see so-called eSports competitions playing out on Cineplex stages across the country. Cineplex Entertainment Inc. will pay US$10 million to acquire the assets of WorldGaming, which has a platform used for tournaments and leagues for the competitive gaming community. It will also invest a further US$5 million to created a new competitive gaming league that will operate and oversee future tournaments at Cineplex theatres across the country, with the first competitions beginning in October.

“People want to be face to face with each other and compete, and other people want to watch them play.” Ellis Jacob, Cineplex CEO

The games will take place on theatre stages, in front of a big screen and as an audience watches, while also being streamed to other Cineplex venues. Enthusiasts can also sign up to play. Big international matches will also be live-streamed into Cineplex movie screens in an effort to utilize infrastructure during slow periods. Cineplex CEO Ellis Jacob said the

investment will help the company reach a younger demographic whose attention is being pulled away from its movie theatres by the wealth of available digital content. He said the company wants to make its theatres a destination for all kinds of entertainment, and that the social aspects of competitive gaming make it a perfect fit for Cineplex. “People want to be face to face with each other and compete, and other people want to watch them play,” he said. Jacob said competitive gaming, also known as eSports, could be a huge market in Canada, pointing to places such as South Korea and Japan where eSports events can sell out stadiums. Cineplex hopes one day that its eSports promotion can sell out the Air Canada Centre. “It’s very big phenomenon and

I think that all that is needed in Canada is for a brand like ours to embrace it and work with other companies on promotion,” he said. Cineplex spokeswoman Pat Marshall said the gaming league will involve local tournaments, regional qualifiers and national tournaments for a variety of eSports titles. Details are expected to be announced in the coming weeks. The worldwide eSports industry, buoyed by the popularity of titles such as League of Legends and Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, is worth around US$613 million, according to SuperData Research. Advertisers salivate over the demographics of the gaming community, with Coca-Cola signing up to be a leading sponsor of Riot Games’ League of Legends tournaments in the United States.

WINNIPEG — Accusations of poking and swearing, along with invocations of dead political icons and a threatened lawsuit, are making the election race in Winnipeg Centre one of the strangest in the country. Given the characters involved it was likely only a matter of time before fireworks erupted. Pat Martin, the New Democrat incumbent known for saucy language and calling Conservatives “rat-faced whores” on social media, has been accused by Green Party candidate Don Woodstock of swearing and jabbing him in the ribs at a debate this week. Woodstock, who is known for breaking into song while appearing in front of a legislature committee in 2013, has lambasted Martin and Liberal candidate Robert-Falcon Ouellette for living outside the riding, but was investigated himself for allegedly giving a false home address while running in the last provincial election. Ouellette is a political newcomer who finished a surprising third in Winnipeg’s mayoral election last year. He has been derided on social media for saying his campaign battle is like that of executed Metis leader Louis Riel and would be supported by the late NDP giant Tommy Douglas. Sparks flew when the three sat down together for a debate Wednesday evening in a downtown shopping mall. Martin became upset when Woodstock accused him and his staff of failing to help the inner-city riding’s low-income residents. Martin was caught by television cameras muttering to Woodstock “you son of a bitch.” Woodstock alleges that Martin went even further soon afterward, dropping the F-word while calling him a “prick” and poking him in the ribs. “When he jabbed me, I gave him back a jab on the arm,” Woodstock said Thursday, adding he wants the NDP to withdraw Martin as a candidate. “And I look at him and I go — with a look on my face — ’really?”’ Martin was not immediately available to comment Thursday. His campaign office said he was in a meeting. The race has already seen plenty of acrimony, mostly focused on where each candidate lives. Martin had threatened to sue his opponents, saying they were spreading false rumours that he lives on Saltspring Island in British Columbia. Martin has a cottage there, but lives just south of downtown Winnipeg, just outside the Winnipeg Centre boundaries.


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MASS APPEAL Joel Edgerton, left, as Jimmy Connolly, with Johnny Depp as Whitey Bulger in ‘Black Mass,’ playing at the Galaxy Cinemas in Nanaimo

Depp portrayal of Whitey Bulger chilling Black Mass STARRING: Johnny Depp, Kevin Bacon, Peter Sarsgaard, Benedict Cumberbatch, Julianne Nicholson, Joel Edgerton Director: Scott Cooper PLAYING AT: Galaxy Cinemas RUNNING TIME: 122 minutes

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hakespeare had his tortured Hamlet, his ambitious Macbeth, his malevolent Iago, his warring Montagues and Capulets. But what would the Bard have done with the tale of James “Whitey” Bulger, and all the supporting players around him? There was Whitey himself, at first a minor criminal who became one of the most feared crime bosses in history, ruling his turf for two decades and evading capture for nearly two more. There was his brother, Billy, who grew up in the same home in the “Southie” section of Boston but became one of the state’s most powerful politicians. There were the feuding Boston mob and Bulger’s Winter Hill gang. Then the FBI agent

— You know what I do to rats, John? — It ain’t rattin,’ Jimmy. It’s an alliance. whose efforts to gain Bulger’s co-operation led to his own undoing. And the FBI itself, which ended up protecting Bulger for years and facilitating his murderous rise. Yes, Shakespeare would have had a field day. And so does Hollywood, namely director Scott Cooper and a top-flight ensemble led by Johnny Depp in a performance that reminds us, after a string of uninspiring movies, why he’s one of our most compelling actors. Yes, Depp is excellent. But the star attraction here? That’s the stunning story itself. Black Mass, with a taut and effective screen-

play by Mark Mallouk and Jez Butterworth, is based on the book by Boston Globe reporters Dick Lehr and Gerard O’Neil (they make a brief appearance here). It begins with police interviews of Bulger’s aging henchmen, then quickly flashes back to 1975. We meet Bulger as he’s asserting control of the Winter Hill gang, which is engaged in a bitter turf war with the Angiulo family. Luckily for Bulger, a childhood friend has arrived back in town — John Connolly, an ambitious FBI agent. Connolly (a terrific Joel Edgerton — and this Aussie nails the Boston accent, too) figures the way to make headway quickly is to bring his old pal into the fold as an informant. He first goes to Billy, a state senator (a fine Benedict Cumberbatch), who coldly rebuffs him. Then he goes directly to Jimmy. “You know what I do to rats, John?” Bulger says at first. Connolly replies: “It ain’t rattin,’ Jimmy. It’s an alliance.” When Jimmy agrees, he rationalizes it thusly: “They protect us, and we do whatever the (expletive) we want.” Which is, basically, what happens, as Connolly’s plan spirals into a catastrophe for the FBI. Jimmy provides marginal information at best; meanwhile, he wreaks havoc with impunity. Here’s where it’s absolutely chilling to watch Depp. With bad teeth and a head of dramatically receding hair, the actor somewhat

resembles Jack Nicholson in The Departed but deftly avoids caricature as he grows more sinister with every murder. These include putting a bullet into the head of an associate who addresses him inappropriately; strangling a disloyal henchman with chains, and choking to death the young stepdaughter (Juno Temple) of a colleague (her last gasps are a sound you won’t soon forget.) He becomes so menacing, you truly fear for the one person seemingly unafraid to talk back to him: the mother of his young child (an affecting, but underused Dakota Johnson). Then there’s a frightening dinner table scene where Bulger asks for a recipe. Without revealing too much, let’s just say that his sinister, is-he-kidding-or-isn’t-he demeanour immediately recalls Joe Pesci in Goodfellas in that “I’m funny, how?” scene. Depp’s Jimmy isn’t manic like Pesci’s Tommy, but he’s mercurial, and he’s scary. The supporting cast also includes Kevin Bacon as a skeptical FBI boss, Peter Sarsgaard as a jittery gang associate, and an excellent Julianne Nicholson as Connolly’s wife. If you haven’t read the detailed news accounts of Bulger’s years on the run and eventual capture, now’s not the time — in other words, see the movie first. And marvel again at how real life really does provide the best material.


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‘Everest’ is lacking in emotion, insight STARRING: Jake Gyllenhaal, Jason Clarke, Josh Brolin, Michael Kelly, Keira Knightley Director: Baltasar Kormakur RUNNING TIME: 121 minutes

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Everest is not an easy movie to watch. No entertainment that contains such tragedy should be. The truly breathtaking spectacle and technical achievements can make you feel like you too are on a vertical slope at 29,000 feet. But this awe-inspiring movie is also one that’s laced with dread, little triumph and even less perspective as you wait, with a knotted stomach, for the disasters to manifest. Everest recounts the events of, and leading up to, May 10, 1996, when a series of controversial decisions and a heap of bad luck led to the deaths of 8 climbers — then the deadliest day in Everest history. It is not, however, based on the most famous account, journalist Jon Krakauer’s book Into Thin Air. It’s an amalgamation of stories, reports and never-before-heard tapes from the day, focused mostly though on Adventure Consultants lead Rob Hall (Jason Clarke), and Texan climber Beck Weathers (Josh Brolin). Krakauer is a character in Everest, (House of Cards’ Michael Kelly), but a peripheral, underdeveloped one. His presence as a journalist covering the expedition frames the growing tension between customer service and safety inherent in the commercialization of adventure. The script also uses him as a “why climb” observer. He can bluntly ask what the audience is thinking, and does at one point. That scene goes nowhere, though. The other characters crack wise or choose silence, as though the desire to climb Everest is so unexplainable. “Because it’s there,” they say. So when a handful of climbers do make it to the peak, it’s harder to feel their euphoria. All we can see is looming death. That’s part of the problem of Everest.

All the elements are there, but the emotions never land — even with the inclusion of previously private conversation between Rob Hall and his pregnant wife Jan (Keira Knightley) as his plight atop the mountain becomes direr. The large ensemble cast is packed with recognizable faces — Clarke, Brolin, John Hawkes, Jake Gyllenhaal, Emily Watson, Knightley, Sam Worthington, and on and on. It can be distracting, but perhaps it is the only way to truly orient an audience with who’s who. There’s not a lot of time to get to know the individuals before their faces are obscured with ski masks and goggles and they’re reduced to, and dependent on, our ability to recall the colour of their snowsuits. Icelandic director Baltasar Kormakur (2 Guns) wrangles the story, characters, and beastly natural setting as best as he can. The film trots along briskly and hits beats with sitcom precision as we go from sea level to base camp to the ultimate ascent. There is some levity too, thanks to Gyllenhaal’s earthy expedition leader Scott Fischer, but mostly blunt foreboding. The scenes on the mountain are truly outstanding, and the 3-D is atmospheric, not gimmicky. You can almost feel the ice thrashing against the characters’ faces as the remarkable storm hits. A brief, thrilling scene with a helicopter is worth the price of admission alone. The grandiosity of the mountain, though, is juxtaposed with Kormakur’s odd choice to shoot many of the character scenes in extreme close-up. Unless you’re in the ideal centre in an IMAX theatre, the effect can be claustrophobic, and it does not make the emoting more effective. Instead, it detracts from the performances. Fictionalized accounts of real tragedy are not impenetrable. James Cameron made us feel for a ship full of characters we’d never met. Everest can’t break that seal, and it’s a handicap. Maybe there’s too much reverence. Maybe the story and the truth are supposed to be enough and anything else would have seemed exploitative. With 19 years of perspective and the technical ability to visually tell the story that we’ve all heard so many times at this point, though, it should have been more. Everest is a good movie, but it could have been a great one.

Jake Gyllenhaal, from left, as Scott Fischer, Michael Kelly as Jon Krakauer, and Josh Brolin as Beck Weathers, in the film ‘Everest.’ [AP PHOTO]

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ger stand in January. The 50-year-old already has been ordered to stand trial in that case. His attorneys have said Knight was fleeing armed attackers when he ran over Terry Carter, who died, and Cle “Bone” Sloan, an adviser on the film “Straight Outta Compton.” Knight was a key player in the gangster rap scene that flourished

in the 1990s, and his Death Row Records label once listed Dr. Dre, Tupac Shakur and Snoop Dogg among its artists. He lost control of the company after it was forced into bankruptcy. Knight faces potential life sentences if convicted in either case due to prior convictions for armed robbery and assault with a gun.

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Akon has been out of the spotlight for a few years, but he’s coming back — in a big way. Grammy-nominated singer, rapper and producer, Akon has launched his Canadian Promo tour for the highly-anticipated release of his newest album collection, Stadium. He’ll be performing downtown tonight at Diana Krall Plaza. Akon is breaking new ground with his plans for Stadium. It will be not one, but five albums, in five different genres. “Through travelling and touring all around the world, I’ve found that my different styles of music are successful with different people,” Akon said. Fans of his pop music often haven’t heard his urban side, he explains, and vice versa, and the same is true for all this versatile artist’s styles. The new set of Stadium albums will allow fans to explore every facet. “I realized that there’s a major opportunity there,” he said.

Akon released Freedom in 2008. Fans were expecting Stadium to come out in 2010, but it’s been delayed several times. In the interval, Akon had plenty of time to get to know his audience, time he used to shape Stadium. The album’s five genres will be: Pop, Euro, Urban, Island, and World. To get a sense for the various styles, Akon has released one song off of each album. Stadium will be released in an app format. One album will be available to start with, while the other four albums will be “unlocked” over time, depending on user engagement. The more fans listen to the music, the faster they will get new music. “This is the first time something like this has ever been done, or even attempted,” Akon explained regarding Stadium’s app release. Expanding into new territory is something that Akon practises outside of music as well. The Promo tour supports Akon’s humanitarian initiative, Akon Lighting Africa (ALA), which aims to electrify rural areas in Africa.

From childhood to age seven, Akon didn’t have electricity at his home in Senegal. While visiting home in 2013, he decided that “something had to be done.” The goal is to create a sustainable solar economy. Through ALA’s various partnerships, the program provides an average $75,000 investment per village. In addition to providing infrastructure, the program empowers locals by “providing jobs and training to allow them to build and maintain solar energy,” Akon explains. Rural electricity not only improves access to personal amenities, it also stimulates economic growth by allowing local businesses to have access to the night market. Today, ALA has brought electricity to more than one million homes in 14 African countries, and they are continuing to grow. Akon comes to Nanaimo with special guests Karl Wolf and BAE. Tickets are $55 for the front section and $45 for general admission. Get them at Koncept Nightclub, The Queen’s, by phone at 250-754-6751, or online at ticketzone.com.

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son with a 1-1 record last weekend in Powell River. “Chemistry goes way beyond what’s on the ice. We’re best buddies by now and it’s been like that for the last two years. He comes to Montreal, I go to Calgary in the summer, and it shows on the ice. We know where to look for each other and it’s always fun to be able to play with him.” Brosseau and Rempal play their final home opener with the Clippers as 20-year-olds tonight at 7 p.m. at Frank Crane Arena against the Victoria Grizzlies, as are Nanoose Bay’s Corey Renwick at centre and defencemen Yanni Kaldis, Edwin Hookenson and Kale Bennett. Brosseau will lead the team this

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plausible. But it doesn’t mean they manage to sniff 100 points again. In the summer, which wasn’t a great one for the Canucks, they did manage to unload one of league’s least effective defencemen in Kevin Bieksa. They promoted Bo Horvat, who arrives at camp looking as if he could shoulder-ride a moose up the Grouse Grind and finish in under an hour. They traded one of their slowest forwards in Nick Bonino. And they rolled out a gala-worthy red carpet for Sven Baertschi’s arrival into the top six. Take a pic while he’s there; it may not last long. But if it does, and he excels, well that’s a game changer. If you expect the Sedins’ performance to hold serve as they age one more year, and there was no indication last season you should not; and if you expect Ryan Miller to be an average NHL goalie, which seems reasonable; and if you expect Brandon Sutter to be an upgrade on Bonino, and really he should be —

then this season’s success and failure could be come down to a couple of the team’s youngest players. Horvat and Baertschi represent the Canucks’ best chance at making something of this year. They’re young, fast and promising. But they both have their issues. For Baertschi, it’s strength, his NHL production — as in, can he deliver any? — and the patience of the coaching staff. For Horvat, there is still an issue of how much offensive opportunity he’s going to get. “Bo’s best strength is how he matches up and how good he is defensively,” said head coach Willie Desjardins. “We want to make sure we keep him in his role. That’s his strength. So you play to his strengths. “At the same time, he did show us more offence as the year went on — so I think it’s fair to say he’ll get some power play time. “But we can’t put him in a position

where he’s got to log too many minutes or have to carry too much of the role.” That doesn’t sound promising for those who think Horvat should be the second-line centre. But if Horvat can centre a great third line with, say, Chris Higgins and Jannik Hansen, and Baertschi proves to be a 20-25 goal scorer, well, this team could have something. It is still going to take a lot more than that to match the points the Canucks put up last year. What that team did was crush it on special teams. They had a top-10 power play and top-two penalty kill. The Canucks estimate 90 of their 101 points came in games in which they “won” the special teams battle. So, conceivably, could they be better? It’s not outlandish. But they could also be better and finish the season with 90 points. JBotchford@theprovince.com twitter.com/@botchford

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VANCOUVER — The Vancouver Canucks will hit the ice at training camp on Friday with head coach Willie Desjardins nowhere in sight. Desjardins underwent hip surgery earlier this month after a pre-existing condition deteriorated quickly and required immediate attention, forcing the 58-year-old to monitor camp proceedings in Prince George from Vancouver. It’s a scenario that will be unique for both the coach and his players. “I wanted to go. The doctors wouldn’t let me go,” Desjardins said Thursday as the Canucks reported for testing and team physicals at Rogers Arena before travelling to Prince George. Walking with the help of a crutch, Desjardins said he

hopes to be back behind the bench by the midway point of the exhibition schedule, adding that he doesn’t expect there to be any issues with his assistants at the helm. “Everything we’re going to do, I’ve already gone through and I know where we’re at,” he said. “That’s why you need a good staff. It’s not about one guy. You don’t win with one player, you don’t win with one coach and that’s why we’re a team.” But with a number of new faces and young prospects at camp, it could be awkward for those looking to make a good first impression. “It’s a bit of a different situation,” said centre Brandon Sutter, who was acquired in a trade with the Pittsburgh Penguins at the end of July. “I know (Desjardins) a little bit from Hockey Canada stuff. I kind of know

what he’s all about. Just talking to the players here to know what to expect from him, he’s a guy that’s got a lot of respect.” Apart from Sutter, who signed a five-year extension with the club, other newcomers include hardnosed winger Brandon Prust and puck-moving defenceman Matt Bartkowski, while speedy winger Sven Baertschi is hoping to make an impact after being acquired at last season’s trade deadline. “Unfortunate Willie can’t be there, but that’s the way it is,” said captain Henrik Sedin. “For us it doesn’t really matter. We’re professional, we’re going to go out and work hard and be focused.” After missing the playoffs in 201314 under John Tortorella, the Canucks finished second in the Pacific

Division last season with 101 points only to lose out in the first round to the Calgary Flames in six games. Sedin, who along with twin brother Daniel turns 35 at the end of the month, still sees that series as a missed opportunity. “We had a chance to win every game,” he said. “It’s tough looking back at it because I thought if we could get past Calgary we had a good chance at getting on a run. We held the puck for long periods of time, but we just couldn’t score. “We brought in a few pieces (for this season) and I think it’s going to help us.” Meanwhile, the pieces sent packing this off-season were forwards Zack Kassian and Nick Bonino, as well as defenceman Kevin Bieksa and goalie Eddie Lack.

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Kane talks accusations, says he did nothing wrong Speaking publicly for the first time since he became the subject of a sexual assault investigation, Chicago Blackhawks star Patrick Kane said Thursday he has done nothing wrong and expects to be exonerated. Kane is accused of assaulting a woman in her 20s in August at his off-season home outside Buffalo, New York, a person familiar with the investigation told The Associated Press on condition of anonymity because police have not revealed details of the case. Kane has not been charged, but the investigation has shadowed the Stanley Cup champions for weeks as they prepare for a season that begins at home on Oct. 7. “I cannot apologize enough for the distraction this has caused my family, teammates, this incredible organization and, of course, our fans,” said Kane, who was joined at a table by Blackhawks President John McDonough, general manager Stan Bowman and coach Joel Quenneville. “While I have too much respect for the legal process to comment on an ongoing matter, I am confident once all the facts are brought to light I will be absolved of having done (anything) wrong.”

◆ FLORIDA

Huberdeau signs new deal, ending his holdout Jonathan Huberdeau’s holdout ended before it started, and the Florida Panthers’ leading scorer from last season is back just in time for training camp. The Panthers signed Huberdeau to a two-year, $6.5 million deal Thursday, one day before the team’s first on-ice session of camp. The deal was announced in the morning and Huberdeau — a left wing who was working out in Montreal to get ready for the season — was in South Florida by mid-afternoon to complete his physical and get things finalized.

◆ LONG ISLAND

Former Canuck Bernier signs on with Islanders The New York Islanders agreed to a one-year deal with right wing Steve Bernier on Thursday. Financial terms of the deal weren’t disclosed. The 30-year-old Bernier matched his career high with 32 points for New Jersey last season, tying for second on the team with 16 goals.

◆ MONTREAL

Subban praised for donating to hospital P.K. Subban received praise from several corners Thursday for his huge donation to a local children’s hospital, with everyone from his Montreal Canadiens teammates to the Quebec premier applauding the star defenceman. “It’s amazing for a guy like that to do something like that,” defenceman Nathan Beaulieu said at the opening of training camp.


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HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL

Bowles steps up to lead No. 1 Barsby defence

SCOTT MCKENZIE DAILY NEWS

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n the absence of a group of talented departed seniors, Parker Bowles is becoming the unquestioned leader of the John Barsby Bulldogs defence at linebacker. And after his team, tied for the No. 1 ranking in B.C. Varsity AA football coming off back-to-back provincial titles, shut out the Vernon Panthers 25-0 to open the 2015 season on the road Saturday, he’s off to a pretty good start. Barsby head coach Rob Stevenson has seen Bowles play the last two years as his team’s starting inside linebacker, and he only expects more of the same from the senior. “Everything we’ve gotten so far in terms of being a leader in terms of commitment, being in the weight room and being a complete football player,” Stevenson said of his expectations for Bowles this season. “being in the weight room and attending school, being in the front of the line at every drill and having a mastery of the system and knowing his role.

“He’s with a group of age peers and he’s a senior now, so he’s got a critical role not only at his position but helping other guys understand their roles.” Bowles had four solo tackles int he win over Vernon, along with

numerous assists. He played on a defence last year loaded with stars, including provincial defensive player oft he year Cole Virtanen and provincial all-star North Rainey, not to mention Trentyn Anderson brothers Tyler and Matt Hill. Other than Rainey, who is pursuing baseball in college, each of those players is at the next level playing junior football with the Vancouver Island Raiders.

“It is a loss to lose those guys, but we take it as an honour to have played with those guys,” Bowles said. “The new guys that we have coming in are just as good and try as hard as they did. For me looking at it, I feel that we’re fine with the way that we are now. “We take what they gave us and we learn from what they did, and we just go on with it.” In his final year of high school football, Bowles is fully aware of the importance of his play with a team that has won provincial championships in his two years on the field with the varsity team. “It’s kind of weird to think about but nothing’s changing in the way I’m playing,” Bowles said of playing in his last season with the Bulldogs. “I’m playing even harder now since it’s my last year.” The Barsby defence, however, has never been built around one player and that hasn’t changed in 2015. Bowles spoke of defensive linemen Ethan Hong and Doyle Sosnowski as two among those expected to have bigger roles this season. “We have a lot of players that are stepping up, like Doyle and Ethan Hong and other people to fill in those gaps that people have left,” he said. “I think with the way that things

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Kearse, Seahawks return to Green Bay TIM BOOTH THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

RENTON, Wash. — Jermaine Kearse has a hard time selecting just one. The list of memorable catches in his young career has become too extensive. “That’s a good question. I got some catches that I like,” Kearse said. There were the two touchdown catches against Carolina, one a regular-season game-winning grab, the other a one-handed catch-and-run in the playoffs. There was the fourth-down touchdown catch in Seattle’s first NFC title game victory over San Francisco that provided the winning points. There was the spinning touchdown catch in the Super Bowl that Seattle won, and the juggling sideline grab that became an afterthought in the Super Bowl the Seahawks lost. But for sheer importance and drama, it’s hard to come up with a bigger catch that Kearse made than his winning 35-yard touchdown reception in overtime of the NFC championship against Green Bay last January. That sent Seattle to its second straight Super Bowl after the Seahawks rallied from down 12 points in the fourth quarter. “I just do what I can with my opportunities,” Kearse said. Kearse and the Seahawks will get reacquainted with the Packers on Sunday night in Green Bay, the third time in just over a year the two NFC powers have faced off. The last time Kearse was on the field against Green Bay, it was mostly

Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Jermaine Kearse, right, is stopped by St. Louis Rams cornerback Marcus Roberson on Sunday in St. Louis. [AP PHOTO]

“It was a good way to end a game, especially what was going on throughout the game.“ Jermaine Kearse, Seahawks

a forgettable afternoon for himself and Seattle’s offence. He was the target of four passes from Russell Wilson during regulation that all

ended up in the arms of Green Bay defenders. Four targets, four passes intercepted, including a throw that deflected off Kearse’s hands and into the arms of Morgan Burnett late in the fourth quarter. It was a miserable day until the final throw, when Kearse beat Tramon Williams on the winning pass for his only reception of the game. “It was a good way to end a game, especially what was going on throughout the game,” Kearse said. “Me and Russ just couldn’t connect

whether it was on either or both of us.” Once on the fringe of having an NFL career, Kearse has become an established starter in Seattle’s offence. In the Seahawks’ opening loss at St. Louis, Kearse was Wilson’s favourite target with a career-high eight receptions and 10 targets. Gone appear to be the days when Kearse only flashed by making catches in important moments. “He’s been really consistent for years now. He has been a guy that has made big plays for us, he plays on special teams, he adds on every chance he gets in every aspect of our game,” Seattle coach Pete Carroll said. “The fact that he comes out, starts it off with a good ball game, there’s no surprises there. He’s been a real core guy for us.” Had the conclusion of the Super Bowl gone the other way, Kearse likely would have entered the season after one of the most memorable catches in Super Bowl history. His juggling 33-yard reception set up Seattle with first-and-goal with 1:06 remaining and was immediately compared with catches by David Tyree and Mario Manningham, both against the Patriots. Of course, Kearse’s grab became a footnote after Malcolm Butler’s goalline interception. “There’s no question that Russell trusts Jermaine,” Carroll said. “Those guys have grown up together in the NFL making plays together.”

Varsity AA 2015 schedule: Barsby Bulldogs ◆ Non-conference Sept. 12 @ No. 5 Vernon (25-0 win) Sept. 18, 2 p.m. @ No. 3 G.W. Graham Sept. 25, 7 p.m. vs. No. 2 Mt. Douglas (Triple A) Oct. 2, 3 p.m. @ Argyle Oct. 30, 2 p.m. @ Holy Cross ◆ Conference Oct. 9, 7 p.m. vs. Nanaimo Oct. 16, 2 p.m. vs. Windsor Oct. 23, 2 p.m. vs. Carson Graham Nov. 7, 2 p.m. @ No. 4 Ballenas Home games at Merle Logan Field Field SOURCE: B.C. HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL

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Byron Maxwell aims to prove his critics wrong ROB MAADDI THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

PHILADELPHIA — Byron Maxwell found out being the man isn’t quite that easy. When the Philadelphia Eagles gave Maxwell a $63-million contract to strengthen a weak secondary, critics wondered if they overpaid for a guy who started only 17 games in four seasons with Seattle. One game is way too soon to pass judgment, but things didn’t go Maxwell’s way in a 26-24 loss at Atlanta. Julio Jones and Roddy White combined for 10 catches and 179 yards against him. “My technique was bad on a couple of the big plays. It definitely could have been better,” Maxwell said. Jones had eight catches and two touchdowns in the first half. His only catch in the second half was a big one. He beat Maxwell for a 44-yard reception on the drive that led to the go-ahead field goal in the fourth quarter. “I should have shocked him, and I didn’t,” Maxwell said. “You go back to the drawing board, always correct yourself, basically. It’s definitely something I can fix.” There’s no time for on-the-job training in Philadelphia where the fans demand more, especially from a guy getting paid to be a shutdown cornerback. Maxwell heard plenty of criticism this week. He gets a break Sunday when the Eagles (0-1) host Dallas (1-0) minus injured All-Pro receiver Dez Bryant.


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$W7RN\R 6LQJOHVÂł6HFRQG5RXQG Magda Linette, Poland, def. Zarina Diyas (2), Kazakhstan, 6-2, 7-5. Kateryna Bondarenko, Ukr., def. Jarmila Gajdosova, Austrl., 6-1, 3-6, 6-4. Hsieh Su-Wei, Taiwan, def. Kurumi Nara, Japan, 6-2, 6-4. Zheng Saisai, China, def. Irina Falconi, U.S., 6-4, 6-2.

1. Jason Day 2. Daniel Berger 3. Justin Thomas 3. Kevin Chappell 3. Brendon Todd 3. Jordan Spieth 7. George McNeill 7. Scott Piercy

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SOCCER

Mourinho faces big decision as Chelsea set to play Arsenal JACK BEZANTS THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

LONDON â&#x20AC;&#x201D; After a 4-0 victory against Maccabi Tel Aviv reminded Jose Mourinho of what it feels like to win, the Chelsea manager has an important decision to make before facing Arsenal in the Premier League on Saturday. Mourinho made six changes for the Group G Champions League game on Wednesday after Chelsea

lost their third league game out of five at Everton last Saturday. Regular starters John Terry, Branislav Ivanovic, Nemanja Matic and Diego Costa were on the bench. The commanding victory could boost confidence among the Chelsea ranks but Mourinho must decide whether to return his underperforming stars to the lineup, or keep faith with players such as Ruben Loftus-Cheek and Loic Remy, who

impressed against Maccabi. With Willian and Pedro Rodriguez expected to miss the Arsenal game through injury, Eden Hazard should keep his starting place, despite an unconfident performance against Maccabi where he missed a penalty after five minutes. VAN GAAL TAKES ON KOEMAN Manchester United travel to Southampton on Sunday, where

Louis van Gaal will renew his rivalry with Dutch counterpart Ronald Koeman. Their fractious relationship stems from when Koeman was manager at Ajax and Van Gaal was appointed technical director. Last season, Van Gaalâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s United battled to a scarcely deserved 2-1 victory at St. Maryâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s, before Koeman avenged the defeat with a 1-0 win at Old Trafford.

United heads to the south of England in inconsistent form â&#x20AC;&#x201D; an impressive 3-1 victory against fierce rival Liverpool at Old Trafford was followed by a 2-1 loss to PSV Eindhoven in the Champions League on Tuesday. Captain Wayne Rooney missed both games with a hamstring problem and itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s unclear whether he will be available against Southampton.


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CROSSWORD KEEPING CURRENT ACROSS 1 Lone Ranger’s farewell 6 Fan fave 10 They may be felt above you 14 Dotty 15 Honor with a party 16 “Wonderfilled” snack 17 What Mr. Current gave his lawyer 20 Persian poet 21 Bowser 22 Swedish money 23 Name meaning “loved” 25 Sign of a sellout 26 What his trial stemmed from 32 iPod models 33 Cannes water 34 #5 baby girl name in 2014 35 Draw 38 Coleus holder 41 Sundial numeral 42 Ungainly one 44 Language related to Tahitian 45 Where he was tried 50 Natal prefix 51 Masterful, as a moundsman 52 Subordinates 55 Martin, in Ed Wood 56 Itself: Lat. 60 Why confinement didn’t bother him 63 East of Eden twin 64 Crèche figure 65 Moderated 66 Nth degree 67 Hummus holder 68 Moderates

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» EVENTS // EMAIL: EVENTS@NANAIMODAILYNEWS.COM FRIDAY, SEPT. 18 5 p.m. Spaghetti Supper, Trinity United Church, 6234 Spartan Rd. Complete meal $12. SATURDAY, SEPT. 19 10 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. North Island and Vancouver Island Myeloma Support Groups at the Dorchester Hotel. To register contact Ian at ianandsandymac@gmail.com or 250-703-4688. 1:30 p.m. Haman Sherrill from the Nanaimo Hearing Clinic is guest speaker at the First Open Heart Society, Mid-Island Chapter at. St. Andrews Presbyterian Church, 4235

Departure Bay Rd. For more information: 250-753-1915.

mation: 250-324-2245;http://croftonhotel.ca/ entertainment.

directly to the public, at 49th Parallel Grocery. WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 23

SUNDAY, SEPT. 20 MONDAY, SEPT. 21 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Cedar Farmers Market. Next to the fields of the Crow and Gate pub field, 2313 Yellow Point Rd, Cedar. 1:30 to 4 p.m. Lantzville Farmers Market. St. Phillips. 2-5 p.m. McRae’s Jazz Conglomerate, a sextet led by Nanaimo drummer James McRae performs Hammond B3 organ-driven straight-ahead jazz at the Crofton Hotel Pub, 1534 Joan Ave., Crofton. Admission: $10. Infor-

6:30 p.m. Nanaimo Lions invite members of the public for a meal and an evening of fellowship.  At the Frith Radcliff Auditorium, Kiwanis Village, 1233 Kiwanis Cresc. Free skate every Sunday 12 p.m., Frank Crane Arena. TUESDAY, SEPT. 22 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Ladysmith Fall Farmer Market, where local producers sell their goods

1 p.m. The Nanaimo Quilters’Guild monthly meeting at Nanaimo Curling Club (upstairs), 106 Wall St. Second meeting is at 7 p.m. Full business meeting, membership renewals and workshop registrations. Guests are welcome. www.islandquilters.ca for information. 4-6:30 p.m. Bowen Road farmers market is Nanaimo’s food-oriented market offering fresh local farm produce, meats, eggs, pasta, bread, baking, preserves, homemade soap and nursery plants. Beban Park fairgrounds, 2300 Bowen Rd.

7-8:30 p.m. Learn West Coast Square Dancing. Amalgam-Eighters Square Dance Club launches a 12-week fall season of lessons. Pleasant Valley School Activity Room. For information, call Diane 250-390-1899.

7-9 p.m. Island Counseling offers Stop Chasing your Mind, small, safe confidential group to manage anxiety, fears, phobias. Wednesdays or Thursdays, by donation, register at 250-7549988. Starts when filled – limited spaces. Not a drop in, must register at 250-754-9988. 7-9 p.m. Experience West Coast Square Dancing. Open house, with the Amalgam-Eighters Club, Costin Hall in Lantzville. All welcome. Call 250-390-1899 for information.


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ARIES (March 21-April 19) With the help of a friend, you’ll blaze through your day and start the weekend early. You will have a lot of reasons to be excited about the next few weeks. Plans could change if travel is involved or if someone from a distance is heading your way. Tonight: In the whirlwind of living. TAURUS (April 20-May 20) Allow others to voice their convictions and choices. You might wonder why they are heading in a certain direction. Once you become more acquainted with these people, you will understand. Tonight: Let your hair down and help others do the same. GEMINI (May 21-June 20) You will be looking forward to better interactions with an associate, but you might find certain facets of each other’s personalities to be annoying. If you aren’t careful, a conversation suddenly could turn hostile. Tonight: Become more of an observer. CANCER (June 21-July 22) Use your unusual resourcefulness to get to where you want to be. Not everything has to be a long-term goal. In fact, you are better off staying in the present. Be open to an unanticipated gesture from a dear loved one. You’ll be pleased with the results. Tonight: Be spontaneous. LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) Consider slowing the pace as much as you can. Spending quality time with a

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loved one might be perfect. Whatever you choose to do, you will enjoy yourself. You especially feed off times when you spend quality one-on one time with this person. Tonight: In the moment. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) Be aware of an innate competitiveness and a desire to be in control. Issues could surround your home that will surprise you. Deal with them quickly, as you might not want any more hassles around you. A discussion with a family member is inevitable. Tonight: Make nice. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 22) You could be over a problem and want to let it go. However, someone close to you still might want to discuss this matter. Money is involved. Be willing to say “no” to this person if it means you can avoid feeing pressured. Tonight: Avoid a combative friend! SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. 21) You could be very intense -- far more than you realize -- and might be evoking very strong responses, both negative and positive. Is that what you want? You have the power to make a change in this pattern, if you so choose. Tonight: Use care with spending. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21) You sense a change coming. You have certain matters that you need to deal with, which you might not want to discuss. You know that you must handle them. A heaviness seems to weigh on you at the present moment. Tonight: Nap first, then see if you have any energy left. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) Zero in on what you want. Even

with all the uproar happening, you’ll get through what you need to. Use care with spending, as you could go overboard. Let go of certain financial patterns you have developed over the years. Tonight: Make it an early bed time, if need be. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18) Reach out to someone whom you greatly respect. The conversation you have could go from extreme caring to a flash of anger. Encourage the other party to not let negative feelings build. Encourage talking. You’ll need to do the same. Tonight: Out till the wee hours. PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20) Be aware of how much you need to stay uninvolved when dealing with a particular loved one. Generally you are active and speak your mind, but not with this person. You might have difficulty holding back your opinions, but you will manage. Tonight: Go for unusual. YOUR BIRTHDAY (SEPT. 18): This year you often seem to be holding back. You might not even be aware of what you are suppressing. If you want to root out the issue, you will be able to. You will be entering the first year of a new luck and life cycle shortly. The first year is considered one of the luckiest. If you are single, you easily could meet someone who will have a big effect on your life. This person will not be like anyone else you have dated before. If you are attached, the two of you benefit from your lucky year. You might feel ready to move into the next stage of your life together. SAGITTARIUS can be very demanding.

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‘Muppets’ in the spotlight for TV return ‘The Muppets’ starring Kermit, Gonzo, Fozzie Bear, Animal and the ever-fabulous Miss Piggy debuts Tuesday LYNN ELBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

LOS ANGELES — It took a decade for Bill Prady to bring his dream of a mockumentary-style sitcom peopled by Muppets to television. When Muppets owner Walt Disney Co. finally agreed this year, Prady quickly encountered his next key constituency: the puppets’ adoring fans, whose congratulations to the producer came with a stern warning. “’Listen, these were a very important part of my childhood, and if you do anything to screw it up we’ll never forgive you,”’ Prady recalled being admonished by everyone from his sister to strangers. “’We’re going to be watching. Best of luck!”’ The moment of truth arrives at 8 p.m. Tuesday with the debut of ABC’s The Muppets starring Kermit, Gonzo, Fozzie Bear, Animal and the

“But the Muppets, if you go back to ‘The Muppet Show,’ they were sarcastic, they were snarky, they commented on the world around them.” Bill Prady, new ‘Muppets’ show creator

ever-fabulous Miss Piggy. She’s the host of a talk show produced by on-again, off-now boyfriend Kermit with a staff that sets its own standard of professionalism. Despite that, Up Late With Miss Piggy attracts guests that include Josh Groban, Laurence Fishburne and Reese Witherspoon and has caught the eye of a documentary film crew.

The show aims for humour that can be appreciated on both adult and kid levels, its producers say, with a gentle reminder that these Muppets, save for Kermit, never mixed with their tamer Sesame Street relatives that include Cookie Monster and Elmo. The jokes aimed at grown-ups likely will go over a child’s head. Example: When the staff gathers for a meeting, house band member Zoot jumps up and introduces himself in apparent accordance with rehab protocol. No, he’s told, it’s not THAT kind of meeting. The Muppets is the crew’s first regular prime-time TV gig since the short-lived Muppets Tonight aired in 1998, and it comes more than three decades after the 1976-81 success of The Muppet Show. Prady said he wanted to see the

Muppets in a more authentic light and figured he had the credentials for the job: He started as a TV writer with Henson, the brilliant Muppets creator who was 53 when he died in 1990. “Characters over time, without the boldness of the person who set them in motion, soften,” Prady said. “It’s a natural thing and it comes from the best place, which is that these are beloved characters, let’s protect them.” “But the Muppets, if you go back to The Muppet Show, they were sarcastic, they were snarky, they commented on the world around them,” he said. Prady rejects the idea that the mockumentary concept he long nurtured could be stale, instead arguing that it’s become entrenched as the sitcom form of today.

Whatever the vehicle, the Muppets shine under the stewardship of performers who typically handle several puppets. They include Barretta (the Swedish Chef, Rowlf); Steve Whitmire (Kermit, Rizzo); Eric Jaconson (Miss Piggy, Fozzie); Dave Goelz (Gonzo, Zoot); David Rudman (Scooter, Janice) and Matt Vogel (Sgt. Floyd Pepper). “It’s the richest world of characters I’ve ever been a part of, other than maybe when I was writing for ’The Simpsons’ back in their fourth, fifth, six seasons,” said Kushell. “That was an expansive, exciting world of characters.” Whitmire, with the Muppets since 1978, says the series offers “a nice little progression of who (the puppets) are. We’ve been talking for years about the idea of finding out more about their personal lives.”


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Blue Jays shut out Braves 5-0 Estrada pitches eight scoreless innings as Toronto extends lead in AL East CHARLES ODUM THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

ATLANTA â&#x20AC;&#x201D; Marco Estrada keeps showing he belongs in Torontoâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s post-season rotation. Thatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s quite an accomplishment for a pitcher who began the season in the bullpen. Estrada combined with Roberto Osuna on a three-hitter, Cliff Pennington, Edwin Encarnacion and Josh Donaldson hit home runs, and the Blue Jays beat the Atlanta Braves 5-0 on Thursday night to extend their lead in the AL East. The Blue Jays lead the New York Yankees, who did not play Thursday, by 3 1/2 games. Toronto won two of three games for their first series win over the Braves since 2008. Estrada (13-8) allowed three hits with four strikeouts and two walks in eight innings. He did not allow a baserunner to reach second base. â&#x20AC;&#x153;He shut them down; heâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s been doing it all year,â&#x20AC;? Blue Jays manager John Gibbons said. Estrada lowered his ERA to 3.14 with his third start of the season with at least eight scoreless innings. His .206 opponentsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;

Toronto Blue Jays second baseman Cliff Pennington follows through on a three-run home run Thursday in Atlanta. [AP PHOTO]

batting average leads the American League. Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s quite a season considering his first six appearances came in relief. â&#x20AC;&#x153;I just want to help the team any way possible,â&#x20AC;? Estrada said when asked to reflect on his move from the bullpen. Estrada faced 27 batters and threw 28 balls among his 99 total pitches. Adding to his

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Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning throws under pressure from Kansas City Chiefs linebacker Justin Houston during an NFL game in Kansas City, Mo., Thursday. [AP PHOTO]

might finally end some curses. Instead, Denver won its 13th straight division road game, breaking a tie with the San Francisco 49ers (1987-90) for most in NFL history. And for one night, Manning quieted his growing doubters by improving to 14-1 in his career against the Chiefs. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve been involved in a couple of pretty crazy games,â&#x20AC;? he said,

â&#x20AC;&#x153;but nothing quite like this.â&#x20AC;? Charles finished with 125 yards rushing and a touchdown, but he will only remember his fumbles â&#x20AC;&#x201D; one in the red zone early in the game, the other deep in his own territory late in the game. â&#x20AC;&#x153;I have to be careful with the ball,â&#x20AC;? Charles said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s my fault.â&#x20AC;? Alex Smith threw for 191 yards

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Jack Coleman stars in “Heroes Reborn”

It’s been five years since NBC put the wrap on the hit sci-fi series “Heroes,” and now, they’re reviving the franchise after an overwhelming amount of support from fans and actors alike. With some fresh faces and old favourites, “Heroes Reborn” aims to please both loyal followers of the original series and new fans watching for the first time. Catch the series premiere Thursday, Sept. 24, on NBC and Global. The Nanaimo & District Hospital Foundation needs your help to purchase an Echocardiograph Machine for Nanaimo Regional General Hospital. An Echo Machine uses ultrasonic waves for continuous heart chamber and blood movement visualization. Echo has become one of the most commonly Hospital Foundation used tools in diagnosis of heart problems, as it allows for non-invasive 1.5714” $200,000 assessment of heart structure and function. 102-1801 Bowen Rd. Nanaimo, BC V9S 1H1 250-755-7690 Donate securely online at www.nanaimohospitalfoundation.com

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ACROSS 1 Shoe company 5 Light fog 9 Inquire 12 Languages-related suffix 13 “__ __, Brute?” - Line from Shakespeare’s play Julius Caesar 14 Adornment in the Aloha State 15 NEW! Fall 2015: Syfy docu-series about tech start-ups trying to turn their ideas into Silicon

Valley realities, “__ Dollar Club” 17 Address book no. 18 NEW! Fall 2015: 13-episode event series on NBC that’s a revival of its sci-fi drama that ended in 2010: 2 wds. 20 Suffix with ‘Duct’ 21 “Tasty!” 22 NEW! Fall 2015: __ Lee Ortiz (Actress who plays a detective on FOX’s medical procedural drama “Rosewood”)

9 Certain singing voice 10 Visionary 11 Pottery oven 16 Ms. Falana 19 Dieter’s stat. 22 “The Brady Bunch” character 23 “Much __ About Nothing” (1993) 24 School of thought 26 Portuguese colony in India, formerly 27 “November Rain” rock gr. 28 Hitherto 32 “Ice __” (2002) 33 Ms. Wiest (Actress who co-stars with James Brolin on the new show at 35 Down) 34 “Two owls and _ __ / Four larks and...” - Edward Lear 35 NEW! Fall 2015: CBS family comedy, “Life in __” DOWN 37 Malign 1 Cold War org. 2 “In the Valley of __” 38 Semblance 39 Place on a TV (2007) schedule 3 Snooze 40 Greenish-blue 4 Add ingredients to the sauce or soup: 2 41 Robbed of, oldestyle wds. 42 Amounts, briefly 5 Type of disturbance 6 “How sweet __ __!” 43 Connecting point 44 Variety of diving - Jackie Gleason duck 7 Writer’s creation 47 Nav. designation 8 Car repair shop Solution on page 2 service 25 NEW! Fall 2015: Miss __ (Character on ABC’s documentary style show “The Muppets.”) 29 Promos 30 U2 song 31 Roamer 34 No longer together 36 Soldiers, e.g. 38 Alphabetic trio 39 NEW! Fall 2015: Comedy/horror on FOX starring Jamie Lee Curtis: 2 wds. 45 Alkali 46 Bottom line, as per business: 2 wds. 48 Lummox 49 Yea opposers 50 Paradise 51 “Falling Skies” channel 52 Gaelic 53 Stitches

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Sports this week Auto Racing Friday, Sept 18 5:30 p.m. FSRacing (41) (41) NASCAR Truck Racing American Ethanol 225 Camping World Series Live (2h)

Saturday, Sept 19 9:30 a.m. FSRacing (41) (41) IMSA Auto Racing Lone Star Le Mans United SportsCar Championship Live (3h) 3:00 p.m. FSRacing (41) (41) FIA Endurance Racing World Championship Live (6h) 4:55 a.m. TSN (8) (8) F1 Auto Racing Singapore Grand Prix Live (2h5)

Sunday, Sept 20 8:30 a.m. FSRacing (41) (41) NASCAR RaceDay Live (2h)

Baseball Friday, Sept 18 4:00 p.m. RSP (45) (45) MLB Baseball Boston Red Sox at Toronto Blue Jays Live (3h) 7:00 p.m. RSP (45) (45) MLB Baseball Pittsburgh Pirates at Los Angeles Dodgers Live (3h)

Saturday, Sept 19 9:30 a.m. KCPQ (15) (15) MLB Pregame Show Live (30m) 10:00 a.m. KCPQ (15) (15) MLB Baseball New York Yankees at New York Mets Live (3h) 12:00 p.m. RSP (45) (45) Blue Jays Central Live (1h) 1:00 p.m. RSP (45) (45) MLB Baseball Boston Red Sox at Toronto Blue Jays Live (3h) 6:00 p.m. RSP (45) (45) MLB Baseball Pittsburgh Pirates at Los Angeles Dodgers Live (3h)

Sunday, Sept 20 9:00 a.m. RSP (45) (45) Blue Jays Central Live (1h) 10:00 a.m. RSP (45) (45) MLB Baseball Boston Red Sox at Toronto Blue Jays Live (3h) 11:00 a.m. TBS (33) (33) MLB Baseball St. Louis Cardinals at Chicago Cubs Live (3h) 1:00 p.m. RSP (45) (45) MLB Baseball Pittsburgh Pirates at Los Angeles Dodgers Live (3h)

Monday, Sept 21 9:00 a.m. RSP (45) (45) SN360 (109) (109) Baseball Central Live (1h) 10:00 a.m. RSP (45) (45) MLB Baseball Chicago White Sox at Detroit Tigers Live (3h) 3:30 p.m. RSP (45) (45) Blue Jays Central Live (30m) 4:00 p.m. RSP (45) (45) MLB Baseball New York Yankees at Toronto Blue Jays Live (3h)

Tuesday, Sept 22 9:00 a.m. RSP (45) (45) SN360 (109) (109) Baseball Central Live (1h) 3:30 p.m. RSP (45) (45) Blue Jays Central Live (30m)

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4:00 p.m. TSN (8) (8) MLB Baseball Teams TBA Live (3h) RSP (45) (45) MLB Baseball New York Yankees at Toronto Blue Jays Live (3h) 8:00 p.m. RSP (45) (45) MLB Baseball Arizona Diamondbacks at Los Angeles Dodgers Live (2h)

Wednesday, Sept 23 9:00 a.m. RSP (45) (45) SN360 (109) (109) Baseball Central Live (1h) 11:00 a.m. RSP (45) (45) MLB Baseball Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim at Houston Astros Live (3h) 3:30 p.m. RSP (45) (45) Blue Jays Central Live (30m) 4:00 p.m. RSP (45) (45) MLB Baseball New York Yankees at Toronto Blue Jays Live (3h) 8:00 p.m. RSP (45) (45) MLB Baseball San Francisco Giants at San Diego Padres Live (2h)

Thursday, Sept 24 9:00 a.m. RSP (45) (45) SN360 (109) (109) Baseball Central Live (1h)

Boxing Tuesday, Sept 22 6:00 p.m. SN360 (109) (109) Boxing Premier Champions Julian Williams vs. Luciano Cuello Live (2h)

Football Friday, Sept 18 5:30 p.m. TSN (8) (8) CFL On TSN Live (30m) 6:00 p.m. TSN (8) (8) CFL Football British Columbia Lions at Calgary Stampeders Live (3h)

Saturday, Sept 19 9:00 a.m. KOMO (47) (47) NCAA Football Teams TBA Live (3h) 12:00 p.m. CBS (49) (49) College Football Today Live (30m) 12:30 p.m. KOMO (47) (47) NCAA Football Teams TBA Live (3h) NBC (46) (46) NCAA Football Georgia Tech at Notre Dame Live (3h30) CBS (49) (49) NCAA Football Auburn at Louisiana State University Live (3h30) 1:00 p.m. TSN (8) (8) CFL Football Edmonton Eskimos at Hamilton Tiger-Cats Live (3h) 3:30 p.m. KOMO (47) (47) College Football Studio Live (30m) 4:00 p.m. KCPQ (15) (15) College Football Pre-game Live (30m) 4:30 p.m. KCPQ (15) (15) NCAA Football California at Texas Live (3h30) 5:00 p.m. KOMO (47) (47) Saturday Night Football Pre-game Show Live (7m) 5:05 p.m. KOMO (47) (47) NCAA Football Stanford at USC Live (3h15) 6:00 p.m. TSN (8) (8) CFL Football Ottawa RedBlacks at Saskatchewan Roughriders Live (3h) 8:20 p.m. KOMO (47) (47) College Football Studio Live (8m)

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Thursday, Sept 24

7:00 a.m. TSN (8) (8) NFL Insiders Live (1h) 8:00 a.m. TSN (8) (8) NFL Countdown Live (2h) 9:00 a.m. KCPQ (15) (15) Fox NFL Sunday Live (1h) CBS (49) (49) The NFL Today Live (1h2) 10:00 a.m. TSN (8) (8) CFL Football Winnipeg Blue Bombers at Montreal Alouettes Live (3h) CTV (9) (9) NFL Football Teams TBA Live (3h) KCPQ (15) (15) NFL Football San Francisco 49ers at Pittsburgh Steelers Live (3h) CBS (49) (49) NFL Football San Diego Chargers at Cincinnati Bengals Live (4h3) 1:00 p.m. TSN (8) (8) NFL Football Teams TBA Live (3h) CTV (9) (9) KCPQ (15) (15) NFL Football Dallas Cowboys at Philadelphia Eagles Live (3h30) 4:00 p.m. TSN (8) (8) NFL Football Night in America Live (1h15) NBC (46) (46) Football Night in America Live (1h20) 4:30 p.m. KCPQ (15) (15) The OT Live (30m) 5:15 p.m. TSN (8) (8) NFL Football Seattle Seahawks at Green Bay Packers Live (3h15) 5:20 p.m. NBC (46) (46) NFL Football Seattle Seahawks at Green Bay Packers Live (3h15)

6:00 a.m. GOLF (144) (144) EPGA Golf European Open Round 1 Live (3h) 10:00 a.m. GOLF (144) (144) PGA Golf Tour Championship Round 1 Live (5h)

Monday, Sept 21 3:00 p.m. TSN (8) (8) NFL Monday Night Countdown Live (2h15) 5:15 p.m. TSN (8) (8) NFL Football New York Jets at Indianapolis Colts Live (3h15)

Golf Friday, Sept 18 11:00 p.m. GOLF (144) (144) LPGA Golf Solheim Cup Day 2 Live (10h)

Saturday, Sept 19 9:00 a.m. NBC (46) (46) PGA Golf BMW Championship Round 3 Live (3h30) 10:00 a.m. GBL (11) (11) PGA Golf BMW Championship Round 3 Live (2h30) 12:30 p.m. GOLF (144) (144) PGA Golf BMW Championship Round 3 Live (2h30) 1:30 a.m. GOLF (144) (144) LPGA Golf Solheim Cup Final Day Live (6h30)

Sunday, Sept 20 9:00 a.m. GOLF (144) (144) PGA Golf BMW Championship Final Round Live (2h) 11:00 a.m. NBC (46) (46) PGA Golf BMW Championship Final Round Live (4h) GOLF (144) (144) Web.com Golf Chiquita Classic Final Round Live (2h) 12:30 p.m. GBL (11) (11) PGA Golf BMW Championship Final Round Live (2h30)

Wednesday, Sept 23 2:00 a.m. GOLF (144) (144) EPGA Golf European Open Round 1 Live (2h)

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Gymnastics Saturday, Sept 19 1:00 p.m. CBC (3) (3) Gymnastics Rhythmic World Championship Live (2h)

Hockey Monday, Sept 21 7:30 p.m. RSP (45) (45) NHL Hockey Pre-season San Jose Sharks vs. Vancouver Canucks Live (2h30)

Rugby Friday, Sept 18 3:45 a.m. TSN (8) (8) WR Rugby World Cup Tonga vs. Georgia Pool C Live (2h15)

Saturday, Sept 19 6:00 a.m. TSN (8) (8) WR Rugby World Cup Ireland vs. Canada Pool D Live (2h30) 8:30 a.m. TSN (8) (8) WR Rugby World Cup South Africa vs. Japan Pool B Live (2h30)

Wednesday, Sept 23 6:15 a.m. TSN (8) (8) WR Rugby World Cup Scotland vs. Japan Pool B Live (2h15) 8:30 a.m. TSN (8) (8) WR Rugby World Cup Australia vs. Fiji Pool A Live (2h30) 11:45 a.m. TSN (8) (8) WR Rugby World Cup France vs. Romania Live (2h15)

Thursday, Sept 24 11:45 a.m. TSN (8) (8) WR Rugby World Cup New Zealand vs. Namibia Pool C Live (2h15)

Soccer Saturday, Sept 19 6:30 a.m. RSP (45) (45) EPL Soccer Everton at Swansea City Live (2h30) 8:25 a.m. TV5 (113) (113) FFF Soccer Championnat de France Équipes à communiquer En direct (2h5) 9:00 a.m. RSP (45) (45) Premier League Matchday Live (30m) 11:00 a.m. TSN (8) (8) MLS Soccer Colorado Rapids at Toronto FC Live (2h) 4:00 p.m. TSN (8) (8) MLS Soccer Seattle Sounders FC at Vancouver Whitecaps Live (2h)

Tuesday, Sept 22 10:30 a.m. RSP (45) (45) DFL Soccer VFL Wolfsburg at Bayern Munich Live (2h30)

Wednesday, Sept 23 5:00 p.m. TSN (8) (8) MLS Soccer Chicago Fire at Montreal Impact Live (2h)

Track & Field Saturday, Sept 19 12:00 p.m. CBC (3) (3) ITU Triathlon Live (1h) Nanaimo Daily News: Sports Sep 18, 2015 to Sep 24, 2015

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Continuum SHOW (24) (24)

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Alec (Erik Knudsen) joins Carlos (Victor Webster) and the VPD in order to start shaping a better future in this new episode of â&#x20AC;&#x153;Continuum,â&#x20AC;? airing Friday, Sept. 18, on Showcase. Elsewhere, Garza (Luvia Petersen) and Kiera (Rachel Nichols) join forces to try and infiltrate the new future soldiersâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; compound.

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NCIS: New Orleans CBS (49) (49)

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The NCIS team investigates when a Navy recruiter is the victim of a lethal hit and run in a rebroadcast of â&#x20AC;&#x153;NCIS: New Orleans,â&#x20AC;? airing Saturday, Sept. 19, on CBS. Pride (Scott Bakula) and the team try to determine if the murder was related to her career or her role as the foster mother of two brothers.

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Fresh Off the Boat KOMO (47) (47)

8:30 p.m.

Hudson Yang returns as first-generation Asian American Eddie Huang, a young boy who struggles to fit in with his classmates in suburban Orlando in a new season of â&#x20AC;&#x153;Fresh Off the Boat,â&#x20AC;? premiering Tuesday, Sept. 22, on ABC. Randall Park and Constance Wu star as Eddieâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s parents, owners of a western-themed restaurant.

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Survivor: Cambodia - Second Chance GBL (11) (11) CBS (49) (49)

8:00 p.m.

Fan favourites return to outwit, outlast and outplay in the hopes of winning the ultimate $1 million prize in the premiere of â&#x20AC;&#x153;Survivor: Cambodia â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Second chance,â&#x20AC;? airing Wednesday, Sept. 23, on CBS. Jeff Probst once again returns to host the series, which strands 20 castaways in a remote area where theyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll compete in physical and mental challenges.

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Stars on screen

Fox’s ‘Scream Queens’ is a star-studded slasher By Andrew Warren TV Media Snickers and screams: Get ready to scream. And then laugh. And then scream some more. With the massive success of the horror-anthology series “American Horror Story” on FX, Fox (which owns FX) is launching another show in the same vein, but with a deliciously humorous twist. “Scream Queens” premieres Tuesday, Sept. 22, on Fox, and although it may be coming from the minds of Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk — the same guys behind “American Horror Story” — this show is far from a clone of that hit. It may be a slasher/horror show, but it’s also a biting satire of the genre that spawned it. It has also drawn an extreme level of acting talent to its roster. Headlining the cast is the “scream queen” herself, Jamie Lee Curtis. She got her acting debut in the goosebumps-inducing “Halloween” in 1978 and went on to star in some of the most iconic horror films of that era, including “Halloween II” (1981), “The Fog” (1980), “Prom Night,” (1980), “Terror Train” (1980) and “Road Games” (1981). “American Horror Story’s” Emma Roberts leads the cast as the head of the Kappa Kappa Tau sorority, whose members are being brutally murdered by a mysterious figure. Emmy nominee Lea Michele (“Glee”), former-boyband-member-turned-actor Nick Jonas (“Kingdom”), Oscar nominee Abigail Breslin (“Little Miss Sunshine,” 2006) and actress/singer Keke Palmer (“Akeelah and the Bee,” 2006) are just a few of the other big-ticket names that round out the cast. For Murphy and Falchuk, there is a lot going on this television cycle. “American Horror Story: Hotel,” starring six-time Grammy winner Lady Gaga premieres Oct. 7, and another new anthology series, “American Crime Story,” will premiere in 2016.

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For now, though, the focus will be on the edge-of-your-seat tension and the snickers of satire in “Scream Queens,” premiering Tuesday, Sept. 22, on Fox. Looking for love: Twenty seasons is a huge accomplishment for any TV show, and the same is true for “The Bachelor,” which is still going strong. With more than a decade behind it, the ABC reality show in which a handsome — and he’s always handsome — bachelor looks for true love amongst a group of beautiful — and they’re always beautiful — women has just found its leading man for the next season. As has become tradition for the series, the next bachelor will be one of the rejected love-seeking hopefuls from the last season of “The Bachelorette.” Ben Higgins may have come in third on the recently wrapped up season of “The Bachelorette,” but the handsome heartthrob is first in the hearts of countless women nationwide. The 26-year-old software salesman from Denver charmed audiences with his good-boy personality, but now the cameras will be focused squarely on him and his search for love. The announcement of Higgins taking the title role comes after a period of intense speculation and rumour-mongering about just who this season’s bachelor would be. “The Bachelorette’s” season 10 winner, Josh Murray, who recently split with that season’s Andi Dorfman, was considered a frontrunner by many fans. Of course, true love isn’t something that can be forced, and the last two bachelors, Chris Soules and Juan Pablo Galavis, have had their relationships end since their seasons wrapped up. Higgins, though, must be hoping to buck the trend and find true love that lasts a lifetime. The 20th season of “The Bachelor” is scheduled to premiere in January 2016.

Jamie Lee Curtis stars in “Scream Queens”

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Friday, September 18, 2015


Best Movies this week

FRIDAY, SEPT 18 1:15 p.m.

TCM (35) (35) ++ "Catlow" (1971,Western) '14+' (1h45) AMC (40) (40) +++ "Scream 4" (2011,Horror) '14+' (2h30)

1:30 p.m.

EA (29) (29) ++ "Problem Child" (1990,Comedy) 'PG' (1h20)

2:50 p.m.

EA (29) (29) ++ "California Split" (1974,Comedy) 'PG' (1h50)

3:00 p.m.

TCM (35) (35) +++ "The Thomas Crown Affair" (1968,Crime Story) '18+' (2h)

3:45 p.m.

AMC (40) (40) ++ "Coyote Ugly" (2000,Comedy/Drama) '14+' (2h15)

4:40 p.m.

EA (29) (29) +++ "The Best of Times" (1986,Comedy) '14+' (1h45)

5:00 p.m.

TCM (35) (35) +++ "Hold That Ghost" (1941,Comedy) ‘G’ (1h45)

6:00 p.m.

SLICE (25) (25) ++ "Beastly" (2011,Drama) 'PG' (2h) BRAVO (28) (28) ++++ "The Last Stand" (2013,Action) '18+' (2h15) AMC (40) (40) +++ "Erin Brockovich" (2000,True Story) '14+' (3h) APTN (107) (107) ++ "Brokedown Palace" (1999,Drama) '14+' (2h)

6:45 p.m.

TCM (35) (35) +++ "Buck Privates" (1941,Comedy) 'PG' (1h30)

7:00 p.m.

CMT (21) (21) ++ "Mr. and Mrs. Smith" (2005,Action) 'PG' (2h30) OWN (159) (159) ++ "Analyze This" (1999,Comedy) '14+' (2h30)

7:30 p.m.

YTV (22) (22) ++ "Puss in Boots" (2011,Animated) 'PG' (2h) FAM (32) (32) +++ "Vacation With Derek" (2010,Family) 'G' (1h30)

8:00 p.m.

E! (6) (6) ++ "Love’s Unending Legacy" (2007,Drama) 'PG' (2h) TBS (33) (33) +++ "The Longest Yard" (2005,Comedy) '14+' (2h30) CTV2 (12) (12) ++ "Flightplan" (2005,Thriller) '14+' (2h) SLICE (25) (25) ++ "Water for Elephants" (2011,Drama) 'PG' (2h30) EA (29) (29) ++ "Charlie’s Angels" (2000,Action) '14+' (1h40)

8:15 p.m.

TCM (35) (35) +++ "In the Navy" (1941,Comedy) 'PG' (1h45)

9:00 p.m.

W (20) (20) +++ "Parental Guidance" (2012,Comedy) 'PG' (2h30)

9:30 p.m.

OWN (159) (159) ++ "Analyze This" (1999,Comedy) '14+' (2h30)

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9:40 p.m. EA (29) (29) ++ "Coffee and Cigarettes" (2003,Comedy/Drama) '18+' (1h40)

10:00 p.m. CMT (21) (21) ++ "Mr. and Mrs. Smith" (2005,Action) 'PG' (2h30) TOON (31) (31) ++ "Hulk Vs." (2009,Animated) 'PG' (2h) TCM (35) (35) ++ "Rio Rita" (1942,Comedy) 'G' (1h45) APTN (107) (107) ++ "Brokedown Palace" (1999,Drama) '14+' (2h)

10:15 p.m. BRAVO (28) (28) ++++ "The Last Stand" (2013,Action) '18+' (2h15)

10:30 p.m. TBS (33) (33) ++ "Mr. Deeds" (2002,Comedy) '14+' (2h)

SATURDAY, SEPT 19

APTN (107) (107) ++ "Finder’s Fee" (2001,Drama) '18+' (2h)

6:30 p.m. W (20) (20) ++ "Knight and Day" (2010,Action) 'PG' (2h30) TVA (114) (114) +++ "Le Karate Kid" (2010,Action) 'G' (2h45)

6:35 p.m. EA (29) (29) +++ "Career Opportunities" (1991,Comedy) '14+' (1h25)

7:00 p.m. SPACE (39) (39) +++ "Immortals" (2011,Action) '18+' (2h15) AMC (40) (40) ++ "Face/ Off" (1997,Action) '18+' (3h) MM (111) (111) ++ "Disturbia" (2007,Crime Story) '14+' (2h15)

7:30 p.m. TCM (35) (35) ++ "The Soldier and the Lady" (1937,War) (1h30)

8:00 p.m.

1:00 p.m. TBS (33) (33) ++ "Bad Boys II" (2003,Action) '18+' (3h) COM (34) (34) ++ "Miss Congeniality" (2000,Comedy) '14+' (2h) AMC (40) (40) +++ "Erin Brockovich" (2000,True Story) '14+' (3h)

1:30 p.m. EA (29) (29) +++ "Sixteen Candles" (1984,Comedy) '14+' (1h35)

2:15 p.m. TCM (35) (35) ++++ "55 Days at Peking" (1963,History) 'PG' (2h45) TVA (114) (114) ++ "Terre perdue" (2009,Aventure) 'G' (2h)

2:30 p.m. SLICE (25) (25) ++ "Water for Elephants" (2011,Drama) 'PG' (2h30)

3:00 p.m. CTV (9) (9) ++ "Terry" (2005,True Story) 'PG' (2h) COM (34) (34) ++ "Two Weeks Notice" (2002,Comedy) '14+' (2h)

3:05 p.m. EA (29) (29) +++ "Uncle Buck" (1989,Comedy) 'PG' (1h40)

4:00 p.m. W (20) (20) ++ "Meet the Parents" (2000,Comedy) 'PG' (2h30) AMC (40) (40) ++ "Face/ Off" (1997,Action) '18+' (3h)

4:45 p.m. EA (29) (29) +++ "Back to the Future II" (1989,Sci-Fi) 'PG' (1h50)

5:00 p.m. SHOW (24) (24) ++ "The Wolverine" (2013,Action) 'PG' (3h) TCM (35) (35) ++++ "The Red Shoes" (1948,Musical) 'G' (2h30)

6:00 p.m. SLICE (25) (25) ++ "Jack the Giant Slayer" (2013,Fantasy) '14+' (2h30) BRAVO (28) (28) +++ "Outbreak" (1995,Thriller) '18+' (2h45) TOON (31) (31) +++ "Madagascar" (2005,Animated) 'PG' (2h)

M3 (16) (16) ++ "Raise Your Voice" (2004,Drama) 'PG' (2h15) YTV (22) (22) +++ "Super 8" (2011,Sci-Fi) 'PG' (2h30) SHOW (24) (24) ++ "X-Men Origins: Wolverine" (2009,Action) 'PG' (2h30) EA (29) (29) ++++ "The Freshman" (1990,Comedy) 'PG' (1h45)

8:30 p.m. SLICE (25) (25) ++ "Jack the Giant Slayer" (2013,Fantasy) '14+' (2h30)

8:45 p.m. BRAVO (28) (28) +++ "The Perfect Storm" (2000,Action) '14+' (2h45)

9:00 p.m. E! (6) (6) ++ "Inspector Clouseau" (1968,Comedy) 'PG' (2h) CITY (13) (13) ++ "Circle of Friends" (2006,Thriller) '14+' (1h) W (20) (20) ++++ "Mission: Impossible - Ghost Protocol" (2011,Action) 'PG' (3h) TCM (35) (35) +++ "I Accuse!" (1958,Drama) 'PG' (2h)

9:15 p.m. SPACE (39) (39) ++ "Troy" (2004,Action) '14+' (3h15) TVA (114) (114) ++ "Sanctum (v.f.)" (2011,Aventure) '13+' (2h15)

9:45 p.m. EA (29) (29) ++ "Billy Madison" (1995,Comedy) '14+' (1h30)

10:00 p.m. TOON (31) (31) ++++ "Justice League: The Flashpoint Paradox" (2013,Animated) 'PG' (2h) AMC (40) (40) ++ "Air Force One" (1997,Action) '18+' (3h) KVOS (69) (69) +++ "Hold That Ghost" (1941,Comedy) ‘G’ (2h) APTN (107) (107) ++ "Finder’s Fee" (2001,Drama) '18+' (2h)

10:15 p.m. M3 (16) (16) ++ "First Daughter" (2004,Comedy) 'PG' (2h15)

10:30 p.m. SHOW (24) (24) ++ "The Wolverine" (2013,Action) 'PG' (3h)

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SUNDAY, SEPT 20 1:25 p.m. AMC (40) (40) ++ "Gone in 60 Seconds" (2000,Action) '14+' (2h30)

1:30 p.m. W (20) (20) ++++ "Mission: Impossible - Ghost Protocol" (2011,Action) 'PG' (3h)

1:45 p.m. TCM (35) (35) +++ "I Shot Jesse James" (1949,Drama) (1h30) SPACE (39) (39) +++ "Immortals" (2011,Action) '18+' (2h15)

2:00 p.m. YTV (22) (22) ++ "Surf’s Up" (2007,Animated) 'PG' (2h)

2:15 p.m. TVA (114) (114) +++ "Les Rois du surf" (2007,Dessin animé) 'G' (1h30)

2:30 p.m. EA (29) (29) +++ "The Right Stuff" (1983,Biography) '14+' (3h15)

3:00 p.m. RC (7) (7) ++ "Bandslam (v.f.)" (2009,Comédie) 'G' (2h) TBS (33) (33) ++ "The Replacements" (2000,Sport) '14+' (2h30) M3 (16) (16) +++ "To Be Fat Like Me" (2007,Drama) 'PG' (2h) CMT (21) (21) ++ "Mama’s Boy" (2007,Comedy) '14+' (2h)

3:15 p.m. TCM (35) (35) +++ "Goodbye, My Lady" (1956,Adventure) 'G' (1h45)

3:45 p.m. TVA (114) (114) ++ "Le chemin du retour" (2009,Drame) 'G' (2h15)

4:00 p.m. YTV (22) (22) +++ "Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs" (2009,Animated) 'PG' (2h)

4:30 p.m. W (20) (20) ++ "Meet the Fockers" (2004,Comedy) 'PG' (2h30)

5:30 p.m. TBS (33) (33) +++ "Role Models" (2008,Comedy) '14+' (2h)

5:45 p.m. EA (29) (29) ++ "Sphere" (1998,SciFi) '14+' (2h15)

6:00 p.m. YTV (22) (22) +++ "Despicable Me" (2010,Animated) 'PG' (2h15) BRAVO (28) (28) ++ "While You Were Sleeping" (1995,Comedy) 'PG' (2h15)

6:15 p.m. TCM (35) (35) ++ "Charlie Chan in Dangerous Money" (1946,Mystery) ‘G’ (1h15)

7:00 p.m. M3 (16) (16) +++ "To Be Fat Like Me" (2007,Drama) 'PG' (2h)

7:30 p.m. TCM (35) (35) ++ "The Gay Falcon" (1941,Mystery) (1h15)

Friday, September 18, 2015


Best Movies this week 8:00 p.m. E! (6) (6) ++ "Sideways" (2004,Comedy/Drama) '14+' (2h30) CTV2 (12) (12) ++ "Terry" (2005,True Story) 'PG' (2h) EA (29) (29) ++++ "2001: A Space Odyssey" (1968,Sci-Fi) 'PG' (2h20)

8:10 p.m. AMC (40) (40) ++ "Gone in 60 Seconds" (2000,Action) '14+' (2h31)

8:15 p.m. BRAVO (28) (28) ++ "Addicted to Love" (1997,Romance) '18+' (2h15)

8:45 p.m. TCM (35) (35) ++ "A Date With the Falcon" (1941,Mystery) (1h15)

9:00 p.m. GBL (11) (11) ++ "Limitless" (2011,Mystery) '14+' (2h) W (20) (20) ++++ "Fireflies in the Garden" (2008,Drama) '14+' (2h30) CMT (21) (21) ++ "Mama’s Boy" (2007,Comedy) '14+' (2h)

10:00 p.m. TCM (35) (35) ++ "The Mysterious Lady" (1928,Spy) ‘PG’ (1h45)

10:20 p.m. EA (29) (29) +++ "Silent Running" (1971,Sci-Fi) '14+' (1h30)

10:30 p.m. BRAVO (28) (28) ++ "Kate and Leopold" (2001,Romance) '14+' (2h30)

MONDAY, SEPT 21 1:30 p.m. TCM (35) (35) ++ "Vanessa, Her Love Story" (1935,Romance) ‘PG’ (1h30)

2:10 p.m. EA (29) (29) +++ "Baby, the Rain Must Fall" (1965,Drama) 'PG' (1h40)

2:30 p.m. AMC (40) (40) ++ "Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines" (2003,Action) '18+' (2h30)

3:00 p.m. SLICE (25) (25) ++ "’Til Lies Do Us Part" (2007,Drama) '14+' (2h) TCM (35) (35) +++ "Little Lord Fauntleroy" (1936,Drama) 'G' (2h)

3:50 p.m. EA (29) (29) +++ "Ray" (2004,Biography) '14+' (2h35)

5:00 p.m. TCM (35) (35) ++++ "Doctor Zhivago" (1965,Epic) 'PG' (3h30) AMC (40) (40) ++ "I, Robot" (2004,Sci-Fi) '14+' (2h30)

6:30 p.m. FAM (32) (32) +++ "Wizards of Waverly Place: The Movie" (2009,Family) 'G' (1h35)

7:30 p.m. AMC (40) (40) +++ "Con Air" (1997,Action) '18+' (2h30)

8:00 p.m. EA (29) (29) +++ "A Time to Kill" (1996,Drama) '14+' (2h30)

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1:15 p.m.

TCM (35) (35) ++++ "Funny Girl" (1968,Musical) 'PG' (3h)

TCM (35) (35) ++ "These Wilder Years" (1956,Drama) '14+' (1h45)

1:30 p.m.

9:00 p.m. VIS (108) (108) ++ "Emile" (2003,Drama) '14+' (2h)

SPIKE (30) (30) +++ "Jaws 2" (1978,Horror) '14+' (2h30)

2:30 p.m.

10:00 p.m. FAM (32) (32) +++ "Wizards of Waverly Place: The Movie" (2009,Family) 'G' (1h35)

AMC (40) (40) ++ "Lara Croft Tomb Raider: The Cradle of Life" (2003,Adventure) '14+' (2h30)

2:50 p.m.

10:30 p.m. EA (29) (29) ++ "The Juror" (1996,Thriller) '18+' (2h)

TUESDAY, SEPT 22 1:00 p.m.

EA (29) (29) +++ "The River Wild" (1994,Adventure) '14+' (1h55)

3:00 p.m. TCM (35) (35) ++ "Skyjacked" (1972,Action) '14+' (2h)

4:30 p.m.

TVA (114) (114) ++ "Le Tout pour le tout: Un combat à finir" (2009,Comédie) 'G' (2h)

SPIKE (30) (30) +++ "Jaws 2" (1978,Horror) '14+' (2h30)

2:25 p.m.

EA (29) (29) ++++ "Born Free" (1966,True Story) 'PG' (1h40)

EA (29) (29) +++ "Dragonheart" (1996,Fantasy) '14+' (1h45)

2:30 p.m. AMC (40) (40) +++ "Con Air" (1997,Action) '18+' (2h30)

3:00 p.m. SLICE (25) (25) ++ "Christie’s Revenge" (2007,Mystery) '14+' (2h)

3:15 p.m. TCM (35) (35) +++ "Westworld" (1973,Western) '14+' (1h45)

4:10 p.m. EA (29) (29) ++ "A Knight’s Tale" (2001,Adventure) 'PG' (2h15)

4:45 p.m. 5:00 p.m. TCM (35) (35) ++ "7th Voyage of Sinbad" (1958,Fantasy) 'PG' (1h45) AMC (40) (40) +++ "Predator" (1987,Sci-Fi) '18+' (2h30)

6:00 p.m. BRAVO (28) (28) +++ "Unstoppable" (2011,Action) '14+' (2h)

6:45 p.m.

6:00 p.m. VIS (108) (108) ++ "Emile" (2003,Drama) '14+' (2h)

7:30 p.m. AMC (40) (40) ++ "The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen" (2003,Fantasy) '14+' (2h30)

8:00 p.m. EA (29) (29) +++ "Seven" (1995,Thriller) '18+' (2h10)

9:00 p.m. VIS (108) (108) ++ "An Unfinished Life" (2005,Drama) '14+' (2h)

9:30 p.m. TCM (35) (35) ++++ "The Best Years of Our Lives" (1946,Drama) 'PG' (3h)

10:10 p.m. EA (29) (29) +++ "Insomnia" (2002,Thriller) '14+' (2h)

WEDNESDAY, SEPT 23 W (20) (20) +++ "Seventeen and Missing" (2007,Drama) 'PG' (2h) TVA (114) (114) +++ "Hitch" (2005,Comédie) 'G' (2h)

2:30 p.m. AMC (40) (40) ++ "Predator II" (1990,Action) '18+' (2h30)

2:40 p.m. EA (29) (29) ++ "Dumb and Dumber" (1994,Comedy) 'PG' (1h50)

4:30 p.m. EA (29) (29) +++ "Greedy" (1994,Comedy) 'PG' (1h55)

5:00 p.m. M3 (16) (16) ++ "In Her Mother’s Footsteps" (2006,Suspense) '14+' (2h) SHOW (24) (24) ++ "Battleship" (2012,Sci-Fi) 'PG' (3h) TCM (35) (35) ++ "Marriage-GoRound" (1961,Comedy) ‘PG’ (1h45) AMC (40) (40) +++ "Uncle Buck" (1989,Comedy) 'PG' (2h15)

6:00 p.m. SPIKE (30) (30) +++ "Star Trek" (2009,Sci-Fi) 'PG' (3h) APTN (107) (107) +++ "Transamerica" (2005,Comedy/Drama) '14+' (2h)

6:45 p.m. TCM (35) (35) ++ "Back Street" (1961,Drama) 'PG' (2h)

7:30 p.m.

AMC (40) (40) +++ "True Lies" (1994,Action) '14+' (3h)

AMC (40) (40) ++ "Predator II" (1990,Action) '18+' (2h30)

8:00 p.m. EA (29) (29) ++ "Murder by Numbers" (2002,Thriller) '14+' (2h5)

8:30 p.m. TCM (35) (35) ++ "Jack the Giant Killer" (1962,Adventure) 'G' (1h45)

9:00 p.m. SPIKE (30) (30) ++++ "Jaws" (1975,Horror) '14+' (3h) VIS (108) (108) +++ "Amazing Grace" (2007,Drama) 'PG' (2h)

10:00 p.m. BRAVO (28) (28) +++ "Unstoppable" (2011,Action) '14+' (2h) AMC (40) (40) +++ "Mad Max 2: The Road Warrior" (1981,Sci-Fi) '18+' (2h)

10:05 p.m. EA (29) (29) +++ "Identity" (2003,Thriller) '18+' (1h30)

10:15 p.m. TCM (35) (35) ++ "The Pirates of Blood River" (1962,Action) '18+' (1h45)

THURSDAY, SEPT 24

1:00 p.m.

2:00 p.m. TCM (35) (35) +++ "The Comedians" (1967,Romance) 'PG' (3h)

TCM (35) (35) ++ "The Three Worlds of Gulliver" (1960,Fantasy) 'PG' (1h45)

5:00 p.m. TCM (35) (35) +++ "Mrs. Miniver" (1942,War) 'PG' (2h25) AMC (40) (40) ++ "Lara Croft Tomb Raider: The Cradle of Life" (2003,Adventure) '14+' (2h30)

TVA (114) (114) ++ "Au pays des femmes" (2007,Drame) 'G' (2h)

1:00 p.m. SPIKE (30) (30) ++ "Planet of the Apes" (2001,Sci-Fi) '14+' (3h)

Mid-Island TV Scene

7:15 p.m. 8:00 p.m. CTV2 (12) (12) ++ "Man on a Ledge" (2012,Crime Story) 'PG' (2h) SHOW (24) (24) ++ "Ninja Assassin" (2009,Action) '18+' (2h) EA (29) (29) +++ "Finding Forrester" (2000,Drama) '14+' (2h20)

8:45 p.m. TCM (35) (35) ++ "Valley of the Dolls" (1967,Drama) '14+' (2h15)

9:00 p.m. SPIKE (30) (30) ++ "Planet of the Apes" (2001,Sci-Fi) '14+' (3h)

10:00 p.m. M3 (16) (16) ++ "In Her Mother’s Footsteps" (2006,Suspense) '14+' (2h) SHOW (24) (24) ++ "Battleship" (2012,Sci-Fi) 'PG' (3h) APTN (107) (107) +++ "Transamerica" (2005,Comedy/Drama) '14+' (2h30)

10:15 p.m. AMC (40) (40) +++ "Fletch" (1985,Comedy) '14+' (2h)

10:20 p.m. EA (29) (29) ++ "To Die For" (1995,Comedy/Drama) '18+' (1h50) Nanaimo Daily News: Movies Sep 18, 2015 to Sep 24, 2015

Friday, September 18, 2015


Q&A

Late laughs Conan: Conan O’Brien This weekend, many of the Republican candidates said they use a FitBit. In fact, Jeb Bush uses his to measure how much distance he can put between himself and his last name. In Iowa yesterday, while playing football with a kid, Marco Rubio hit him in the face and knocked him down. As a result, today Marco Rubio was immediately signed by the New York Jets.

The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon: Jimmy Fallon At this weekend’s Rogers Cup semifinals in Montreal, tennis star Novak Djokovic complained that the smell of marijuana near the court was throwing off his game. Which really is classic Djokovic: great on clay, but always struggles on grass. I read that apparently Obama’s favourite cocktail is a martini. When asked how he likes it, he was like: “On the beach, in Hawaii, in 2017.” I heard that Nicki Minaj suffered a wardrobe malfunction during a concert in Vancouver. Yeah, apparently through some freak accident, her top came ON.

Jimmy Kimmel Live: Jimmy Kimmel A spokesman for the White House said yesterday that Vice-President Joe Biden has received President Obama’s blessing to run if he decides to do that. Biden hasn’t made a decision yet, but he plans to as soon as Amazon delivers

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the Magic 8 ball he ordered. According to Bloomberg News, the world’s 400 richest people lost $124 billion yesterday. Bill Gates alone lost $3.2 billion yesterday. To put that in perspective, that’s like a regular person losing a dollar in a vending machine. All the new polls indicate that Donald Trump is getting more and more popular every day. Apparently, his inspiring “riches to riches” story is really resonating with everyday Americans.

The Late Late Show with James Corden: James Corden Steelers linebacker James Harrison made his sons return two school sports trophies that they received just for participating. He said: “These trophies will be given back until they earn a real trophy.” Why do I feel like James Harrison would be the first dad to volunteer his kids for “The Hunger Games”? When I was in school, I used to give myself a participation trophy. It was called a Snickers bar.

Late Night With Seth Meyers: Seth Meyers A winery in France is currently facing a rosé shortage. For those of you not familiar with these terms, a “winery” is a group of women who have run out of rosé. A new CNN poll shows that Carly Fiorina has pushed Chris Christie out of the top 10 for the Republican nomination. Unfortunately, she threw her back out doing it.

hollywood By Adam Thomlison TV Media

Q: I saw an amazing thriller the other day but I never caught the name. It had a great cast, with big names such as Denzel Washington and Angelina Jolie, as well as some odd choices such as Queen Latifah and the guy who played Al Bundy. Can you give me the name of the movie? A: The movie you’re thinking of is 1999’s “The Bone Collector,” and it would have been a shock if it hadn’t turned out to be an “amazing thriller,” as you say, given the people involved. Denzel Washington was near the peak of his towering success, while Angelina Jolie was just at the cusp of hers. And dependable thriller director Phillip Noyce was, well, dependably good — among the 18 other feature films he’s directed are 1992’s “Patriot Games” and its 1994 sequel, “Clear and Present Danger,” both based on Tom Clancy novels. This one, too, was a book first. Before it was a movie, “The Bone Collector” was a novel by the hugely successful thriller writer Jeffery Deaver. It’s the first in his Lincoln Rhyme series — that being the name of Washington’s character. It’s interesting that you call the casting of Queen Latifah “odd,” because Deaver would almost certainly agree with you, though for different reasons. Presumably you’re referring to her being more famous as a rap star and comedic actress. However, she was also somewhat ill-suited to the role as it was written because she’s a queen and not a king — her character, Thelma, was written in the novel as a man named Thom. Q: Is it true that the actress who played Norma on “Twin Peaks” was the girl on “The Mod Squad” back in the ‘60s? A: “The Mod Squad” was a late’60s TV phenomenon — the kind of successful and stylish hit that: a) doesn’t age well, and b) dooms its stars to being remembered for that one thing for the rest of their careers. Peggy Lipton was one of those stars — the blonde, hippyish girl on the team of cops assigned to go undercover among the era’s famously troubled youth.

Mid-Island TV Scene

These days, though, Lipton’s role as diner owner and grown-up, starcrossed lover Norma Jennings on the cult favourite series “Twin Peaks” threatens to eclipse her original fame. That’s partly because, unlike “The Mod Squad,” “Twin Peaks” seems to have stood the test of time, and is still being watched today, 25 years after it premiered (by viewers such as yourself, it would seem). But it’s also because Lipton is getting the chance to return to the role. Showtime is producing a new season of “Twin Peaks” all these years later, and many of the original actors, possibly including Lipton, are rumoured to be returning. That stands in contrast to the “Mod Squad” revival. In 1999, a bigscreen adaptation of “The Mod Squad” was produced, but not one of the three original stars made an appearance. Q: I loved Kelli Williams in “Lie to Me.” What else can I see her in? A: Kelli Williams actually has a pretty thick resume, filled with a number of pretty hefty TV supporting roles, but lately she’s been focusing on her own show, “Ties That Bind.” She stars as a veteran Seattle detective balancing that complicated job with even more complicated family issues — and sometimes both at once. The show starts with her arresting her own brother and being forced to care for his two teenage children. It airs on the upstart cable network UP TV, which deals in such adultskewing, family-oriented fare. That’s actually the second big role she landed after her Fox procedural series “Lie to Me” ended in 2011. In between those two, she co-starred in the sixth and seventh seasons of the smash-hit Lifetime drama “Army Wives.” Before all that, though, she was best known for starring on the longrunning legal drama “The Practice,” playing Lindsay Dole, one of the partners at the show’s law firm, on seven of the show’s eight seasons (she left, along with half the show’s stars, before the final season).

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Friday, September 18, 2015

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September 18, 2015 edition of the Nanaimo Daily News

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