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involved,” Samson told council at its meeting Monday night. “In our opinion this was simply just another depression with poor drainage. There was a similar-sized wetland in the Maryland subdivision that the city approved for elimination when the first phase of that subdivision was approved. We did not think the area that we were continuing to fill was any different. On that basis, we made the decision that as we developed the northern portion of the property, we would excavate at the same time, the poor material from this wetland with the good materials so it’d make a suitable road base. We started this work in early 2007, we basically finished in 2012.” Samson said he wasn’t aware anything was amiss until he got a call from the city on March 14, 2014 requesting immediate cessation of moving further materials from the north portion of the property to the south portion. “We were surprised at the call as we were not aware we were doing anything incorrectly,” Samson said. “Nevertheless, we consider ourselves good corporate citizens and agreed there would be no more movement of soil.” And that’s when it appears a misunderstanding took root. City issues cease and desist letter A letter from the city’s former planning manager, Ross Blackwell, states that “such deposition shall not be resumed unless/until a development permit has been applied for and issued and further that a soil deposition permit has been applied for and issued. Failure to do so may result in the city taking further action, including legal action.”

Samson then replied in an email to Blackwell that Parkway did not intend to move any further material but confirmed it would apply for the permits should it wish to do so. Samson said after that, Parkway heard nothing from the city until it received a letter on May 28, 2014.

Contravening Local Government Act That letter, also from Blackwell, accuses Parkway of “altering the subject land” and being in “contravention of the Local Government Act and the Offence Act.” Blackwell then wrote that the city was prepared to consider, on a without-prejudice basis, a retrospective application for a development permit and soil deposition permit. Blackwell also ordered Parkway to deliver a report from a qualified environmental professional stating the former and present environmental characteristics of the site, the changes and impacts, and a plan of remediation. Samson said Parkway, after receiving the letter, moved to meet the demands of the letter and met with city staff. “At this meeting, one of the things discussed at length was compensation for the loss of the wetland in the event remediation was not practical,” Samson said. “City staff agreed that was a viable option and said it did not necessarily have to be within our property. They also mentioned this compensation could be financial contributions to organizations that do environmental work in our community.” Consultant takes the reins Samson said in August, 2014, Parkway hired a consultant to come up with a remediation plan. The city decided to hold

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off until November 20 to give the consultant time. But in a letter to Samson dated March 11, 2015, the city’s Amber Zirnhelt, who took over for Blackwell, writes that progress has been slow and tries to push the issue along. “While you have cooperated with the city’s requests on this matter, progress has been slow and deadlines have been missed,” she wrote, noting that an engineer hired by Parkway to survey the area revealed that “drainage patterns have been altered, with deep ditches draining both surface water and groundwater, with the effect of lowering the water table.” Zirnhelt wrote that the city “expects, therefore, that remediation will involve reversing the illegal drainage work, such that the site can retain water.” She also requested in that letter that the city receive a comprehensive

site restoration plan by Wednesday, April 15, 2015. Samson responds in a letter hand delivered to the city on May 12, 2015 that “Parkway Properties acknowledges that we have made changes to this area and has no intention of ignoring any of its responsibilities.” He added that, “the work required in exploring all the alternatives is complicated and a time consuming process requiring at least six months to complete.” But city staff appeared to be losing patience and in a June 15 in-camera report to city council, staff said that their attempts to work with the owner of the property have not resulted in “satisfactory progress. Formal action is therefore considered necessary to bring this issue to resolution.”

On July 21, 2015, solicitors for the city delivered a Remedial Action Requirement (RAR) to Parkway Properties ordering remediation be performed by Oct. 26 or the city would take legal action. Samson said the delay was not the fault of Parkway but rather the consultant’s who promised he would have a remediation plan completed by April, 2015 only to later tell Parkway he would need until December, 2015. Samson said on May 12, 2015 Parkway ended its relationship with the consultant. “Any deadlines missed were not the result of Parkway dragging its feet but rather the result of short deadlines that the various consultants either would not, or could not, meet,” Samson said at Monday’s council meeting. “Needless to say, we were extremely shocked and disappointed to be served with the July 21, 2015 RAR when we had received no communication from the city since our May 12, 2015 letter.” On Monday before council, Samson requested council grant an extension on the remedial action plan until November 30.

Option one is remediation of the previous wetland, which according to a biologist’s report, has seen vegetation removed, soil deposited, and ditches excavated. As a result, the original plant community and drainage patterns have been altered. “If the current wetlands are to persist, drainage from the site must be slowed dramatically,” wrote biologist Michele Jones of Mimulus Biological Consultants. “This would include the complete blockage and filling of all ditches within the site.” Option two is to remediate a former wetland that was adversely affected by construction of Jubilee Parkway, just east of the bridge over Willow Creek. Option three is to enhance lands located at the southwest corner of Parkway’s property, which would enhance the water flow and habitat of Woods Creek. That option, however, requires the cooperation of TimberWest which currently owns the property. And finally, option four involves dedicating additional lands adjacent to Willow Creek in order to enhance the park network and protect the creek. “Two of these options would enhance Woods Creek and introduce red-listed plants that

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were destroyed – sedge, trembling Aspen and the Pacific crab apple,” Samson said. Council, after listening to Samson’s presentation agreed to the deadline extension. Coun. Larry Samson, who is related to Dan Samson, did not vote as he excused himself from council chambers before Samson’s presentation began, citing a conflict of interest. “I believe the delegation is sincere in delivering a solution which is a win-win for their development, the community and the environment,” said Coun. Ron Kerr. Mayor Andy Adams said he believes the Parkway crew means well. “We appreciate the initial comments you began the presentation with, both you, Mr. (George) Stuart (president of Parkway Properties) and Mr. Samson, have been components to the development of Campbell River and we are very appreciative of that,” Adams said. “I think that’s important. We look forward to a resolution to this.” Samson agreed. “Hopefully we will have a solution that can be endorsed by both parties,” Samson said. “We do not believe that the best result can be achieved for any of us through legal action and we would like to avoid this.”

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the authority to sponsor refugees, has agreed to help the Awads and, along with help from the community, is trying to raise a minimum of $150,000 to bring Awad’s 12 family members to Campbell River. That will sponsor the families for roughly a year, paying for their rent, Hydro, food and other integration costs. Cook says this will

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Rec ycling bins at Strathcona Gardens will be removed but the depot at the Sportsplex will stay – at least for now. Jesse Lee, manager of Comox Strathcona Waste Management operations, said his staff is putting forward a recommendation to the Comox Strathcona Solid Waste board to keep at least one of the free community recycling depots. “Our recommendation to the board is that we would close the Strathcona Gardens one, keep the Sportsplex one until further notice,” said Lee. That provides a bit more certainty than the previous plan to remove

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the bins at Strathcona Gardens this fall and at the Sportsplex following the city’s introduction of curbside recycling at multi-family complexes. But at Monday’s council meeting, Lee and Marc Rutten, general manager of engineering services for the Comox Valley Regional District, said they had a change of heart. “I think we recognized in the preparation of this report (to the solid waste board) and in conversations that we should move more slowly and make sure the city does have its needs met,” Rutten said. The Strathcona Gardens bins, however, are

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still on the chopping block as a cost-saving measure for the Comox Valley Regional District, which operates the Comox Strathcona Waste Management Service. The Strathcona Gardens bins, which take in 366 tonnes of recyclables per year, and the ones at the Sportsplex, which collect 352 tonnes per year, cost approximately $149,000 annually to operate. Of that, $36,000 is spent on clean-up due to misuse of the facilities, Lee said. “Garbage is routinely dropped off at the depots, including hazardous waste, furniture and household refuse,” wrote Lee in a report earlier this year to the waste

management board. “The abuse contributes to higher costs and neighbourhood complaints as a result of depot conditions. Unfortunately, residents use these depots as transfer stations and routinely drop off waste and other inappropriate materials. “It’s kind of common to get chemicals dropped off,” Lee told city council. “We also get vandalism. Two bins were lit on fire (at the Sportsplex) two years ago at Christmastime.” Lee said in the absence of the bins at Strathcona Gardens, residents who live in the central and downtown areas of the city can use the Island

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wanted assurance that if the bins at Strathcona Gardens are going to go, that the ones at the Sportsplex do in fact remain in tact. “Can you confirm that it is in the plan to keep Willow Point open indefinitely?” Adams asked. After a lengthy pause, Rutten spoke up. “I think indefinitely is a long time,” he said. “It will not be closed until there is further discussion with the solid waste board, so there’s no imminent plan to close it,” Rutten said.

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Re: Urban society slides into helplessness (B.C. Views). Thanks for the article on the way society cannot handle any small upsets to the status quo.I remember the big windstorm of 2006, which incidentally was in December. I was a 60-plus senior at the time, and my power was out in a residential area of Colwood for five and a half days, as our two-house power line was not a high priority in the queue. I watched the Hydro trucks go by day after day, waiting my turn for reconnection.  Fortunately I have a wood stove that can heat my house, boil water and cook food. It does get tiresome Continued on Pg. 11

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Last weekend I had the privilege of attending the Hospital Foundation’s “Golf. Because You Care” fundraising golf tournament, and I have to say: THAT is how a fundraiser should be run. I mean, I’m obviously a bit biased. I make no secret about being a big fan of hitting a little white ball with a funny looking stick, but it wasn’t the fact that I was getting to play a round of golf on a course consistently ranked in the top-5 on Vancouver Island (and has been on at least one “Best in Canada” list) that made the day so great. It was everything else. I didn’t eat breakfast before heading down to Storey Creek that morning. But as I walked in the door, I was greeted not only by the smiling faces of the volunteers, but also a table of muffins, fruit, drinkable yogurt and coffee. I fixed myself a coffee and grabbed a muffin, checked in with the organizers, who gave me my starting hole so I could put my clubs on the cart

assigned to me and I headed to went off a few minutes later the range to take advantage of and we were off. my free warm-up bucket(s). Like I said, Storey Creek is a When I got back to the club- beautiful golf course. house to meet up with the rest But what was even more of my team and beautiful were hit some putts the various sponMIKE’S sors set up at the before the round, I perused the tee box of almost tables of varievery hole with ous gift cards, little mini-games, ar t wor k , gol f prizes and giveclubs and other aways, food and products or serdrink, smiles, vices that had l au g ht e r a n d been generously enthusiasm for donated to the why they were cause by many there. local businesses. They were there These would to lend their supbe auctioned off port to the Hoslater. I’d be back pital Foundation, to look at them and write my who has raised over $200,000 name down beside a few to see for equipment for our regional if I could get a deal on some- hospital over the years just thing and support the Hospital through this annual event. Foundation a bit more, as well. Sponsors were offering But right then, I had to get everything from barbecued out to the second hole to be spicy salmon fillets and mimoready for the starting horn. sas (courtesy Associated Tire I rejoined my team and we and Marine Harvest) to Pizza headed for our hole. The horn (Papa Murphy’s) to ice cream

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The Tour de Rock is not a race, it’s a ride, but then again, maybe it is a race – if not to beat cancer, then to try. Twenty-one benevolent, brave, fit riders will set out Saturday (Sept. 19) on the Cops for Cancer Tour de Rock, a two-week cycling journey from the north end of Vancouver Island, to points west, then all the way to the southernmost shore. The participants – 17 police officers, three members of the military and a media rider – will pedal to checkpoints along the way, not in a cycle sprint to the finish, but as a team. They’re not out to win any yellow jerseys, rather, they’re supporting, together, the yellow daffodil that symbolizes the Canadian Cancer Society and its good work its endless task. We say: Let’s give and The Cops for Cancer’s the Tour de Rock efforts have raised $20 since the ride’s a big welcome on million inception in 1998. That Tuesday money can and will make a difference, going not only to programs for children with cancer and their families, but also to pediatric cancer research. There are a few ways that we, as a community, can be part of the Tour de Rock as it passes through Campbell River on Tuesday. The first is to donate to the fundraising efforts, either by attending the beer and burger night at Boston Pizza, or stopping by Spirit Square to support the riders during a community head shave. The other way we can help is simply to watch for the tour that day, yield the right-of-way, and offer our smiles, waves, thumbs-up and encouragement. Because they’re pedalling toward something good and true and worthy. There are sick kids here, and elsewhere, and it will forever be so, and we will be the ones who must care for them and care about them. Let’s cheer on the Cops for Cancer as they complete the Tour de Rock. Let’s cheer on the members of this team, the home team, our team, as they ride, and in a way, race. -Black Press

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treats (Dairy Queen) to draws for sunglasses which a member of our team was lucky enough to win, courtesy Iris Optometrists). This is community engagement, and I love it. Sure, I love it even more when it involves golf, but that wasn’t the important part. The important part is that our locals sure do come together to support our own – and others. We are a kind and generous community full of loving and thoughtful people who want to help each other. How I felt when I left the course that day was echoed the next afternoon by retired DFO community advisor Barry Peters as he accepted the city’s 2015 Environmental Excellence award. “It’s one of the things, I think, that Campbell River is known for,” Peters said. “When things have to be done, you can always just ask around and people show up.” They sure do, Barry. Well done, Campbell River. Keep it up.

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The North Island-Powell River federal election candidates are going to face the seniors. The Campbell River Seniors Centre is holding an all-candidates meeting on Tuesday at 1 p.m. The Format: At 1 p.m. there will be a draw to determine opening remarks. Each candidate will be given up to three minutes for an opening statement after the chair introduces each candidate. After opening statements, each candidate will be given up to two minutes to answer each of the following questions. 1. If elected will your party continue “income splitting” for seniors. 2. If elected will your party provide tax credits for caregivers who have

had to take leave from work or reduced their work hours 3. If elected will you and and your party support the creation of a National Pharmacare Program including the bulk purchase of prescription drugs. 4. If elected will your party ensure that all Canadians have access to appropriate palliative care services. After this segment, questions from the floor will be encouraged. It is expected that this segment will last until 2:30. The balance of time will be given for candidates to meet with interested audience members until 2:50 because the centre closes at 3 p.m. The Seniors Centre is located in the Campbell River Commons.

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living by candlelight but I had my disaster radio nearby to listen to the local station give updates on how Hydro was doing. Most of my freezer contents were moved to friends’ homes, and my garden shed became my refrigerator. Anyone with common sense can understand that the repair crews work tirelessly to restore power as quickly as possible, and perhaps the media could help by reminding people that they need to fend for themselves for several days if the major earthquake ever occurs. Calling 911 just clogs up the lines and can stop people from

getting through with real emergencies.Whatever will we do when the “big one” comes? Margaret Mercer Colwood Tom Fletcher’s latest confusing rant challenges your readers to be “competent” enough to plan for retirement using RRSP savings accounts without government assistance, tenuously suggests nationally subsidized child care is a form of incompetency and then rather ominously asks us if we are “ready for the day when the machine stops.”One can only assume Mr. Fletcher somehow intends “the machine” metaphor to

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actually open the schools in September this year, and it’s gone really well. “All in all, everybody’s getting settled in, and it was a tremendous start.” The school year opened – before the kids headed to class – with three professional development days for teachers and staff prior to the first day of instruction. This was a first for the district, and Longridge said it was a risk that really paid off. One of those days, Longridge told the board, saw 40 community organizations set up tables throughout the Timberline gym to network and increase communication between the schools and other community services.

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way to the school district. It was terrific.” So how are the numbers? The district gets its core funding from the government based on enrolments, so that’s a key piece of the equation when determining the state of the operation. “Let’s say I’m cautiously optimistic,” Longridge said. “It looks like we’re going to be up about 50 more students than we projected, which is good because we thought we were going to be slightly below last year’s enrolment, but it looks like we’ll be close if not above.” The influx of students seems to be mainly in early grades, Longridge said, but the figures haven’t been finalized yet. “We still have to sort that out. We seem to be higher in elementary,” Longridge told the board when asked where these additional students came from. “We’ve certainly reorganized some staffing to accommodate schools that needed it in order to create some space. I really commend

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ber showing on Nov. 10. The season finale will be What We Did on Holiday on Dec. 1. The organizers want everyone to know that all proceeds go directly back to our community. Each year, bursaries and camera equipment are given to local students and schools. In previous years, the Festival has put on bonus screenings that have helped to raise thousands of dollars to support various worthwhile programs in Campbell River. So, head down early to The Tidemark Theatre Box Office or log in online to purchase your seasons passes before they sell out. For further information, please contact the Tidemark Theatre at tidemarktheatre. com or CRFF at camrivff@gmail.com The Campbell River Mirror is happy to be running a contest for the festival, as well. Head over to campbellrivermirror.com look in the top right corner for the “contests” link and enter to win festival passes.

ocal fantasy readers will have the chance to meet with visiting author Mary L. Peers tomorrow (Sept. 19). Her book, The Wisdom of Wood, centers on the mythology surrounding an ancient ring discovered in England, and a prophecy passed down through generations.  A writer since childhood, Peers has studied various languages as well as pictorial symbolism in art, mythology and dreams. Her interest in mythology led her to fiction

Mary L. Peers will be greeting readers and signing copies of her book, The Wisdom of Wood, tomorrow at Coho Books on Shoppers Row.

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writing, where she creates a world steeped in Celtic wisdom and lore. It is a world where trees have their own language and nine ancient priestesses each has a part to play in a young woman’s quest to fulfill her destiny. Peers will be greeting readers and signing books at Coho Books, 1074 Shoppers Row, from 10:30 a.m. to noon tomorrow.  For more information go to www.cohobooks.com or call 250-287-2336.

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Tour de Rock Beer & Burger Night: Boston Pizza. Tickets $25. 250-205-0801

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UPCOMING EVENTS SEPT. 25 & 26 Rivercity Players Present An Evening of One Acts: Day Trippers, Chocolate & Who’s On First? 7:30pm. Rivercity Stage, 1080 Hemlock Street. By donation.

SEPT 30 1st Silver Fox Seniors Walk for Terry Fox Run Cancer Research. Community Centre. 1-3pm. 286-1161 SEPT. 30 All Canadidates Meeting: Baptist Church, 260 S. Dogwood St. Doors. 7-9:30pm. FMI: 250286-3019. OCT. 3 Eagles National Food Drive: Drop off nonperishable food items. CR Storm players signing autographs OCT. 17 Chas Maria Chapter OES Used Book Sale Accepting good used books. 250-923-1760

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levels and restore doorto-door delivery. Local Green Party of Canada candidate Brenda Sayers says she was also, “deeply disappointed,” when she heard of the cuts being made to Canada Post and is concerned that the elderly and disabled of our society will be losing a “vital service for them.” “Our commitment is to not only reverse the cuts to Canada Post, but to also diversify the services they offer to make them more sustainable,” Sayers says, noting that many European postal services have started successfully diversifying into insurance, banking and other sectors to be profitable. Sayers also feels the cuts continue what seems like the Conservative government’s commitment to increasing the seclusion of remote communities who depend on services like Canada Post and the CBC – which has also

been seeing deep cuts – to remain connected. Laura Smith, North Island–Powell River candidate for the Conservative Party of Canada, disagrees. “Canada Post has an obligation to Canadians to balance their books and not being a burden on the taxpayers,” Smith says, adding the fact that Canada Post delivered 1.4-billion fewer letters in 2014 than they did in 2006 shows that Canadians are communicating differently these days, and it’s up to the company to adapt to that new reality. “I think (the move to community mailboxes is) a reasonable response to the changing way that people communicate,” Smith says. “The NDP plan is going to cost half a billion dollars. Where is that money going to come from? It’s going to come from you and me.” She says if the options are either spending $500-million or walking

across the street to get her mail, she’ll take the latter. L ib era l c andid ate Peter Schwarzhoff says his party agrees with the NDP and Greens that the cuts seem unnecessary, but the Liberals can’t commit to rolling them back until they have the information they need to make that decision. “We keep getting different numbers from different people,” Schwarzhoff says in regards to Canada Post’s expenses and revenues. He says their platform is that they would just like to take a breath and have a good hard look at things before making any concrete decisions on the matter. “I would like to see the cuts rolled back, personally, but we can’t commit to that as a party until we get the actual numbers. What we’re calling for is a moratorium on the cuts so we can examine the business case. We just want to say, ‘Stop right where you are and let’s have a look at this.’” Blaney says that the NDP’s commitment to restoring Canada Post’s previous levels of service is another example of how her party listens to public concern. “More than anything,” Blaney says, “people are just wanting to see more from their government.” Schwarzhoff agrees that there needs to be much more accountability in government and public consultation before major decisions like this are made. To those who say it would be wasteful to reinstate previous service levels after spending the money on the rollout of the new community mailboxes, Blaney says that’s not the issue. “What’s wasteful is losing these good paying jobs from within our community,” she says. “What’s wasteful is taking away services for Canadians who rely on them.” QUESTIONS?...If you have a question you would like the candidates to address at the upcoming All Candidates Meeting, submit them to editor@campbellrivermirror.com. A selection of the questions will be put before the candidates at the forum on Thursday Oct. 8 from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. at the Tidemark Theatre and is sponsored by the Campbell River Mirror, the Tidemark Theatre and the Chamber of Commerce.


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ermaq City Wave FC kicked off the regular season this past weekend in a Vancouver Island Soccer League Division Two matchup, hosting GH Bayside Tigers at Willow Point Sportsplex. Saturday was once again another sunny day which made for a pleasant game for the local supporters. Cermaq enjoyed a successful start to the season with a convincing victory. Cermaq City got off to a very quick start and were up 3-0 within the first 10 minutes off goals from forwards Matt Wooff and Shane Dumanoir. The first three goals came off some creative passing and movement from the Cermaq attackers, leaving

Dumanoir and Wooff with relatively open chances in front of the Tigers keeper. Midfielder Eddie Lawson tallied the fourth goal with a smashing strike from 20 yards out which left the keeper with little chance. Cermaq newcomer Bailey Gardner would add the last goal of the first half with some great hustle resulting in a partial breakaway that he was able to convert. In the second half, the GH side showed character and kept battling back. A number of long balls were knocked in behind the Cermaq defence, but few shots on goal were generated. The rotating Cermaq defenders, consisting of Grootenboer, Anthony Seville, Ray Wilson, Eric Roberts, Peter

McWilliams and John Jepson, provided reliable defending and were able to move the ball up quickly after the Tigers attempts forward. Cermaq would add four more goals with hattricks for both

Dumanoir and Wooff. McWilliams added the final goal getting his foot on the ball during a scramble in the 18 yard box, putting it past the Tigers keeper. Cermaq’s next game is away to Nanaimo

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With the hot days of summer gone, the trout lakes in the Campbell River area can be very fishable this time of year.

lake. Check regulations for a bait ban and trout more than 53 cms must be released. Anyone can register for the derby by coming down to the cabin located by the floating dock. Some of the past trout anglers who have fished the derby before have been pre fishing the lake and I expect some nice fish coming in to be weighed.

The upper elevation lakes have seen a dusting of snow in the past few weeks and the anglers that go after trout can be in for a great day of action. I had a chance to get to Echo lake at about four in the afternoon and see the hatch all over the lake. Trout were surfacing in all areas of the lake and the trout surfacing finally slowed down after two hours. Both Echo and Maple lake will be stocked in the first week in October and if the weather stays the way it is with rain and warm temperatures carrying over, fish will be available to catch and the size can surpass 2 pounds easily. Two small lakes in the backside of Echo are fishable and the better spots are on the far end of the lake and those fishing the roadside areas will have little access to the trout but it’s fishable from shore. I have been at Roberts Lake for the past three years in mid September and the family fun fishing derby will start this Saturday at 6 a.m. and continue until

Catherine Welsh caught this beauty on the lower Campbell. 4 p.m. The weather can be a factor but the third week in September has been favourable and that means families getting out and enjoying fishing from a boat, shore or the fishing ramp on the south end of the lake. Last year, more than 80 people registered for the derby and a number of newcomers will be fishing this year. Lorna Duncan who walks the lake daily has seen large trout in the shallows and while the fish are in the 1.5 to 2 pound size, they can be caught in 20 feet of water. There are ome large fish are in the

The catch report at Painters Lodge has Fred Moreno with a 20-pound spring and Noreen Selvais with a coho and a spring. Jenny Evans got a 10 and 17 pound spring. Most salmon are between 11 and 22 pounds. In the mix this time of year are large northern coho and lings. Painters closes for the season Oct. 12.

The pinks are dark in the Campbell River and a number of trout can be caught in the upper pools. A limited number of steelhead are in and can be caught on a fly. More rain is needed to get river levels up in the area.

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There will be “free” Adult Beginner and Intermediate curling clinics happening on Monday, September 28; Tuesday, September 29; Wednesday, September 30 at the curling club. Those planning on attending are expected to be present each of the three nights as the instructors will be building on and reviewing skills taught the previous night. The Beginner clinic will run for an hour each night beginning at 6:30. Beginners will learn the basic delivery and brushing techniques. Those attending the Beginner clinic should arrive

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at 6:10 to allow time to change shoes and do some stretching before heading to the ice. Beginners should wear warm, loose, comfortable clothing (sweatpants are great), and carry in a pair of flat-soled shoes to wear on the ice (runners are excellent). Beginners will play a 2-end mini-game on the third night of the clinic. The Intermediate clinic (for curlers who have 1 year or more experience) will run from 8-9 p.m. each night. Intermediate curlers will have a chance to improve their deliveries and

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f you read this last week you see how they fed off each other to ride know we were putting on the 5th faster and farther than normal. No annual Swicked Cycles Take a meltdowns and lots of smiles. We also Kid Mountain Biking Day. had four other groups of kids at all We have had some good success in different levels riding all the trails of the past and last year had the Beaver Lodge Lands. 60 people including kids SPIN MY After an hour of pedand parents. alling and run biking, But with the iffy everyone enjoyed a ton weather this year and of pizza and a bit of some strong winds we sunshine before heading just weren’t sure how home to recover from big the event would be, the fun. or how many families It makes me proud to actually see the benefit of be part of such a cool getting their kids riding and outdoorsy commuin the trails. nity and it was inspiring Well, apparently lots to see all those little faces of families see the benhaving so much fun on efits and a little wind their bikes. or potential rain means So thank you to all who nothing, because we had over 60 kids participated, thanks the leaders who signed in and with parents and volvolunteered their time, thanks to Bosunteers we had 100 people out biking ton Pizza for all that delicious food last Sunday. and thank you Chenoa for organizing It was phenomenal! such an great event. I led an excited group of little ones on run bikes and really tiny pedal I’m James Durand and I’m Goin’ bikes and was pleasantly surprised to Ridin’

brushing techniques and play a two-end mini-game the last night to try out their new skills. If you are planning to attend either clinic, or have any questions, please call the curling club manager, Susan, at 250-287-4200 to register. Walk-ins are also welcome, but advance registration is appreciated. A team of excellent instructors will be offering their expertise, so don’t miss out on this great opportunity. Come on out and try a new sport or improve on your current skills. See you at the club.

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A WORD FROM THE HEAD COACH Submitted by Lee Stone

I think a lot of people assume once you have tasted success that it’s easy to let foot off the gas pedal. However, I can assure you I have never been more motivated to repeat the success our program had last season on and off the ice! This season sets up to be an incredibly exciting year at the Brindy, a barn we only lost in twice all of last year’s remarkable season. I’d like to first thank all the Storm staff, players, volunteers and sponsors for not only their efforts to help to provide the best Junior Hockey experience on Vancouver Island but for coming to the arena everyday for the right reasons and with a smile on their faces.

KEVIN SPOONER

LINDA SPOONER

The Campbell River Storm family extends far beyond those that play the game and deep in to the stands. The loud, supportive crowd this amazing community provides our boys night in and night out is truly a site for anyone to see. I can’t thank our fans enough for cheering us on to our eight VIJHL title in what was a memory whoever was in the building will never forget. I wouldn’t do our fan base justice if I didn’t follow up on that and thank the amazing people who followed us to the Cyclone Taylor Cup in Mission, where every game felt like a home game. Even our game against the hometown Mission saw more Campbell

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River faithful. Last but not least I have to touch on the crazy!! people who drove and

LEE STONE

CURTIS TONEFF

HEAD COACH/ GM ASSISTANT COACH

SHARILYN IRVING

BILLET COORDINATOR

MIKE RUSHTON EQUIPEMENT MANAGER

flew from all over the country to COLD LAKE, ALBERTA! Yes, that’s right. We had several people make the effort to travel all the way to Cold Lake to watch is hoist the Vancouver Island’s first Keystone Cup. If that doesn’t sum up the amazing support Campbell River provides us, I don’t know what does.

ice to recruit the most talent, respectful hockey players all over British Columbia, Alberta and Ontario to play in Campbell River. These young men all came to Campbell River to be apart of an amazing group and win a championship. With an uptempo, fast, skilled team that will work hard at both ends of the ice, I am sure you won’t be disappointed on any Friday Night Lights at the Brindy!

I look forward with excitement to the new memories we will create together this season!

Thank you for all your support and we look forward to bringing you a successful, exciting hockey season!

Over the past two seasons we have worked hard off the

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Gage Colpron (left) is in his final year of junior hockey eligibility with the Campbell River Storm, while his brother Rhys is just getting started here. Gage and Rhys Colpron, like most boys growing up in Canada, were surrounded by hockey in their early days. And they still are. They spend a good deal of their time these days at Rod Brind’Amour Arena as members of the Campbell River Storm. There was a den full of hockey paraphernalia in their house growing up – mainly celebrating their hometown Kelowna Rockets – and their days were filled with the sounds of laughter and pucks sinking into snowbanks around backyard rinks and frozen ponds. These days, however, hockey is more work and less play. Not that they aren’t enjoying it. “I spend a lot of time here,” Gage says, looking around the rink. “I’m here about 20 hours a week, and rookies are here even more, doing laundry and stuff,” he laughs, looking at younger brother Rhys, who just smiles. Rhys is the quiet one, but that could be just because he’s not used to this yet. He’s the rookie.

Gage is going into his third and final season with the Storm. He got here when he was Rhys’ age, so he knows what he’s going through. Except Gage didn’t have an older brother to walk him through it. “He’s got potential,” Gage laughs, clapping his younger brother on the shoulder. “He worked really hard over the summer, because he knew this is where he wanted to play.” Gage was lucky, he says, in that when he joined the team, he didn’t really have to work for it. His brother wasn’t so lucky. “The team wasn’t as strong back then,” Gage says. “I was basically guaranteed a spot if I wanted it. Rhys wasn’t. He really had to earn it. And he did.” It’s likely Gage would have made the squad had he wanted to even if it was a stronger team at the time. Head coach Lee Stone told reporters at last year’s Cyclone Taylor Cup tournament that

Gage is “one of the best rightwingers in Junior B hockey. He comes every night for us. He’s a real leader on and off the ice,” so he obviously thinks very highly of the forward. Which is why he recruited him out of minor hockey in Kelowna and convinced him to come out to the Island and join the Storm. It’s certainly paid off. During last year’s championship season, Gage led the team with 84 points – 42 goals and 42 assists – and was a force to be reckoned with when the team had the man advantage, as well, potting 12 power-play goals on the season. In the opening four games of this year, he’s already found the back of the net six times and added seven helpers, averaging over three points per game. So Gage is in his final year with the team, and he’s tearing up the scoreboard. He’s the team’s leader both on and off the ice. He’s been a part of the squad going from the bottom to top of the league. How does he feel about this

year’s team? “At the beginning of the summer, we had a lot of really skilled forwards,” he says. “And then over the summer, (coach Lee) Stone did such a good job of recruiting defencemen. We have eight defencemen that would all probably be top-2 on another team right now. Everything right now is looking really strong. “My first year, it was a struggle. We had a bunch of new guys. And then last year we had a lot of returning players, which was nice. We definitely had more skill than in my first year. And this year, I think we’re even better. I haven’t seen a team that has the structure in place and talent on the ice that we already have in September. It’s pretty wild.” What’s next for the Colpron brothers? “I’m hoping to play some college hockey somewhere next year,” Gage says. “Either in the States or up here, it doesn’t really matter. I just want to keep playing the

game. Maybe use hockey to help get a degree.” He’s planning on going into business, he says. He’s a numbers guy. Rhys is more about working with his hands. He wants to become a mechanic. He’s got a couple of years of eligibility left in junior hockey, but he knows hockey isn’t his future. “I’ve already done a year of college,” Rhys says. “I might just play hockey for a year and then get my life started. It kind of depends on how this year goes,” he says honestly. And with that, the boys are off to get dressed for practice. They’ve got to put in a workout before getting on the bus for their next road game. “Stone working you guys hard?” I ask as they take off for the dressing room. “Always,” they laugh. But that’s what brings home championships, I suppose. Good luck, boys – in whatever you go on to do.


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Slick (and non-Slick) drag action at Saratoga T he final round of drifting, drag racing and Time Attack took place at Saratoga on Saturday. Cars from across the Island made the trip to Saratoga to put their skills on display, with many different varieties of cars arriving to put on a show, with Kal Tire sponsoring the fun. With the Sun shining on the Speedway, track conditions were at their best for the three classes. In the Time Attack class, the battle came down to two high

powered Mustangs in the V8 division. David Clark in his 400 horsepowered 2010 Ford Mustang would battle it out with Jason Johnson in his 444 horsepowered 2013 Ford Mustang. The two would end up seconds apart for first, with David Clark coming out victorious, setting the best time of 55.761, which is also the new track record for the division. In the non-V8 division, the battle would come down between Brian Sallis in his 1968

Volvo and Tyler Bodkin in his 2005 Infiniti, with Sallis edging out Bodkin by the slightest margin – .049 of a second – to take home the win. The drag racing on Saturday was set to a triple knock-out format with two classes, one being Slicks and the other Non-Slick. After many eliminations and some very tight drag racing, the finals in the Slick division would come down to Mike Weinraugh in his 1987 Monte Carlo SS and Corey Sandirson in his

1982 Chevy Pickup, with the win going to Werinraugh who never lost a single drag all night. In the Non-Slick division, Johnson in his Mustang would find himself in his second finale of the night, this time battling Luke Brown in his high powered 2008 Chevy Silverado, with Brown taking home the win, barely edging out Johnson to take home the win. Some very tight Drifting took place in our Drifting

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class. The battle for the finale would come down to Reece Lucas in his Toyota Corolla, and Colton Brown in his Nissan 240sx. After a very tight battle, Lucas would manage to out drift Brown in the final round to take home his second Drifting event of the year. Extra laps…Next weekend Napa Auto Parts presents the second to last race of the 2015 season at Saratoga. An action packed card will be put on with the Hornet cars, Roadrun-

ners, Crash to Pass cars, Bomber cars and the I.M.C.A Modifieds putting on the show, which will all be capped off by yet another amazing Firework show. Coming into the weekend, some of the point battles are getting very close in our local classes. In the Hornet A division, only 31 points separates the top three cars, with Glenn White holding that lead with Raymond Fortier and Nigel Neufeld close on his bumper. In the Modified division, only 107 points separate the

top 3 cars as well, with Chris Beaulieu holding on to the lead, with Troy Tarbuck holding second, and Travis Stevenson in third. In the other divisions, Ryan Guest holds a strong 270 point lead in the Roadrunner class, Sheldon Hopp holds a 250 point lead in the Crash to Pass class, #87 Boston Larson holds a 267 point lead in the Bomber class, and #53 Rowland Westra holds a commanding 633 point lead in the Hornet B class.

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732 ORIBI DR Split level home located in a great family neighbourhood. 3 bedrooms upstairs with the master offering a four piece bathroom and walk in closet. living room, office and kitchen downstairs. The low maintenance backyard is beautifully landscaped and very private for your enjoyment. all appliances are included and quick possession possible. $345,000 MLS 396508

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

NEW LISTING STAND ALONE PATIO HOME! Lovely 2 Bd/2 Bath Rancher with many thoughtful upgrades in Delightful Cherry Tree Lane across from the Seawalk! Private setting, 55+, Beautiful landscaping & Single garage! Nothing to do but Move In!! $269,900

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Beautiful 3-4 Bdrm Family Home in Sought After Country Aire Estates! Quality abounds with nothing overlooked! Tile roof, Brazilian Hardwood floors, Amazing Master suite with 11 ft ceiling, 2 Walk in Closets, Triple Garage and Huge South Exposed Back yard with Mature Landscaping! $467,900

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

Bright and Beautifully Upgraded 3-4 bedroom, 3 bath open plan with Custom Solid Maple Chefs Kitchen, Brand New Roof, Workshop Space, 30ft Garage plus Excellent RV Parking and 2 Decks to Follow the Sun! Excellent location. Gorgeous landscaping with irrigation. This beautiful home is move in ready in every sense! Act Quickly! PRICED TO SELL $374,900! MLS# 397408

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8 LARGE RIVER FRONT UNITS Great open plans with large tiled sundecks for upper units. This investment provides good economic rent and unique lifestyle. Enjoy Riverside Nature trails, full service shopping & Marina conveniently located within 1 - 5 blocks! A great multi family purchase for full time or seasonal living! Statements available for qualified buyers. 1.22M. Call Randy for details.

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with Stunning Panoramic Views forever on top of Georgia Park! Gently sloped .20 Ac. Lot has 78ft frontage x 112 ft depth. Back yard will offer level walk out from main living area. Gst already paid and Sellers will provide topographical map & custom home plan to Buyer. Call for all the Details! $179,900. MLS# 392161

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

3836 SUTIL RD. $419,900 MLS# 395101

2404 GLENMORE RD. $429,900 MLS# 395249

168 VICTORY TURN $529,900 MLS# 397453

BIG HOME, SHOP & LOT Great 5 bedroom, 3 bath family home, over 3000 sq ft with 1 bedroom inlaw suite & detached 25 x 31 ft. heated garage on 0.4 acre. Ocean & mountain views too. Main floor has very open plan with upgraded kitchen cabinets, countertops, windows & flooring, All new interior painting, new bedroom flooring, high efficiency electric furnace with heat pump. Woodstove & electric fireplace. Huge sundeck is ideal for entertaining. Underground services to detached high ceiling garage which is presently used as a gym. Fully fenced huge level lot with 2 driveways.

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

COUNTRY CHARMER ON 2 ACRES Absolutely beautiful acreage. Extensively renovated 3 bedroom 2 bath home positioned high on the lot for total privacy. Massive 1,089 sq.ft. deck overlooks the beauty of towering trees. Open beam construction, cedar tongue & groove ceilings, fir floors & window trim, living room gas propane insert in stone fireplace provides lots of heat & warm ambience. Drilled & shallow wells. Hot tub, fire pit, outside kitchen for parties, 20 x 25 quonset hut, chicken coop, storage shed, wood shed, gazebo & greenhouse. Close to shopping, river, beach, golf course, school. Quiet dead end street.

PARKLIKE ESTATE Terrific 1 owner family home, custom built & designed, 4 bedrooms up, 2 gas fireplaces, open oak kitchen, nook, family room + formal dining room. 1 yr. old roof, cedar exterior repainted 3 years ago, downstairs office plus lovely bonus room above huge 3 car garage with 200 amps service. 2 pce. bath on main, soaker jetted tub & separate shower in master ensuite, master bedroom with deck overlooking gorgeous 0.42 acre lot. Oak flooring in entry, built-in vac, security & intercom systems. RV parking, walk to school & park.

1462 SEAVIEW RD. $674,900 MLS# 389792

#112-701 HILCHEY RD. $214,900 MLS# 395829

5380 RACE POINT RD. $1,500,000 MLS# 393770

PRIVATE MIRACLE BEACH, WALK ON WATERFRONT 2 bedroom rancher plus loft on 0.5 acre with 85 ft. of beach frontage. Completely renovated inside & out since 1999. Custom crafted home with yellow cedar trim, vaulted ceilings, heated ceramic tile floors in kitchen, family room & ensuite, custom maple cabinets, BI-appliances, open design takes full advantage of the ocean views. Unique 800 year old burl feature wall. 2 sundecks front & back + fabulous large beach side deck. 2nd kitchen off utility room. Deep single car garage.

WILLOW POINT TOWNHOME 1,500 sq.ft. with 3 bedrooms, 2 full baths & only 7 yrs. old. Low strata fee of $182/month. Laminate flooring in main areas, tile in kitchen & carpets in bedrooms. Open main floor plan with stainless steel fridge & stove, maple kitchen cabinets, large living room/ dining area. Master bedroom has walk in closet, room for king size bed. Large ensuite. Separate laundry room with good storage. Front sundeck & rear patio. Single car garage & huge backyard common area which is great for the kids. Rental & small pets allowed.

MAGICAL 1.9 ACRE WATERFRONT PROPERTY One of the best in Campbell River for seclusion & privacy. This 3 storey home was meticulously renovated 5 yrs. ago. Panoramic breathtaking ocean & mountain views from every room. Douglas fir reclaimed floors with walnut inlay. New copper penny “Forever” roof. Dream kitchen with custom cherry cabinets & granite countertops. Upper level is master bedroom with own sundeck & 5 pce. bath. All 3 decks totally rebuilt & redone with Dura deck surfaces. Heat pump with air conditioning. Secure entry with beautiful fir gate, electronically controlled. New flagstone patio. Room for shop.

1960 16TH AVE. $130,000 MLS# 397273

329 S. MCCARTHY ST. $344,000 MLS# 397088

74 SHELL RD. $747,000 MLS# 396283

Fixer upper in need of remedial work on nice 52 ft. x 148 ft. treed private lot with lane access. 2 bedrooms, 1 bath rancher, approximately 900 sq.ft. in Campbellton location. Zoned Residential but in a Commercial neighbourhood. Single car garage at back of property off the lane.

MORTGAGE HELPER - INLAW SUITE 5 minutes from downtown, rec centre and schools. Well maintained basement home with 5 bedrooms, 2 kitchens, 3 1/2 baths, partial ocean view & excellent mountain views. 7 year old electric furnace, mostly new windows, laminate flooring up and tile floors in basement. Open kitchen with oak cabinets. Large sunny wrap around sun deck with new vinyl decking. Washer/dryer 3 yrs old. Large in-house workshop, can be converted easily into single garage. Wide fenced lot, fish pond in front yard. RV Parking.

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75 FT. OF WALK ON WATERFRONT Beautiful one of a kind property, lovely renovated 2,750 sq.ft. basement home on 75 x 204 ft. lot. Gorgeous 75 ft. of beach frontage. Excellent ocean/mountain vistas. Extensive home reno’s in the past 3 yrs. 3 bedrooms on main with 4th one down with in-law suite potential. Wonderful sundeck off the kitchen, ideal for summer parties plus a beachfront patio. Garden shed. Very private property on quiet no thru road.


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

709 Timberline Drive - $699,800 MLS 386043

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

2102 - 27 S. Island Hwy $197,700 MLS 390855

Updated Hidden Harbour on the beach. May be purchased fully furnished and equipped. Just pack your suitcase, walk from your ground floor patio onto the beach, hop into your boat, moored in your marina slip, for no extra charge and worth over $200 per month, go to the pool, hot tub or gym. This quiet condo with no traffic noise has all the amenities of a resort and you can call it home! Best value on Vancouver Island!

3921 Dolphin Rd - $269,800 MLS 393105 Super cute in Storries Beach! This 2 storey home sits on .61 of an acre and is fully landscaped and fenced with an 18 x 24 workshop. The house has main floor living with two bedrooms up and a third on the main floor. Nice rural location and close to the beach. A great property for those starting out, downsizing or investing.

150 Erickson Road - $217,500 MLS 397304 Excellent starter home or rental. Great Willow Point location – close to shopping and amenities and just across the street from the Seawalk and the ocean. This 3 bedroom rancher has a great floor plan with laminate flooring, a gas fireplace and a large deck in the fully fenced yard. RV parking and more!

1430 S. Island Hwy $1,400,000 MLS 3760681 3.14 acres right across from the ocean and the Seawalk. Fabulous unobstructed views overlooking the Georgia Strait & Quadra Island. Property is fully serviced & ready for development. Previously approved for a 70+ unit resort and spa.

103- 2730 S. Island Hwy - $173,500 MLS394065

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

943 Greenwood - $229,800 MLS 394064 Nicely renovated rancher close to town and all amenities. This 3 bedroom home has a newer kitchen and windows, laminate and tile floors and even new insulation. There’s a two level deck off the back of the house and lane access to a separate garage. The front is very private with a big hedge and nice patio area.

2125 Forest Grove - $599,800 MLS 390850

1651 Petersen Rd - $359,900 MLS 359191

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

Unobstructed view to the ocean and coastal mountains from this 2 bedroom ground floor condo! It has been completely redone and features a gorgeous kitchen with top of the line cabinetry and newer stainless steel appliances. Both bathrooms have been upgraded with new sinks, new cabinets, new plumbing and there’s now a Jacuzzi tub in the main bath. Other updates include flooring, doors, window coverings and even a fireplace.

20 S. Petersen - $329,800 MLS 396812 One acre corner property zoned RM-1 allows for patio homes, triplexes or a multiplex site. The three bedroom character home has been completely rewired to code, has new baseboard heaters, recent flooring and paint through out. The zoning even allows for a horse.

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

S O L D! 1-800 Nichols Road - $208,800 MLS 391503 Affordable 1/2 duplex located close to Merecroft Village, the hospital and downtown. Two storey plan features a spacious main floor with living room, dining room and kitchen opening onto the back yard. Upstairs there are 3 bedrooms and 2 baths. There’s a single garage and a long driveway for parking.

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

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

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151 S. Petersen - $399,800 MLS 385057 This 3 bedroom home has a nice rural feel and plenty of updates including fresh paint, a new maple kitchen, updated bathrooms, new flooring, new windows, a new furnace and all new wiring. The kitchen is open to the living and dining rooms with a French door to the large deck overlooking the big back yard with plenty of RV parking and a 1400 sq ft detached shop.

4200 sq ft commercial building with 200 amp service, mezzanine, office and one tenant in place. Additional lease space, approximately 2100 sq ft available at the back of the building.

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• 1350sqft 3 bed, 2 bath Rancher • Totally renovated in modern tones • Large level lot fully fenced • Only min to downtown Campbell River

• 4 bedroom, 2 bath Split Level • Over height 20’ x 30’ shop detached • Natural gas furnace, heat pump • Ocean and mountain views

NEW

$299,000 1242 Sayward Rd $370,000 • 572 Sabre Rd 4/ 3 bed, 1 bath house Beautiful Family home 5 bds, 3 bths

!

PRICE

new listing

SOLD!

1015 Nathan Rd, Sayward $229,990

$159,000 101 Seaview St 3 bedroom, 2 bath ocean view home

$159,000 101 Seaview St 3 bedroom, 2 bath ocean view home

$124,500 431 Macmillan Dr 2 bed 2 bath, 1500 sqft Ocean view home in Sayward

$229,000 729 Gentry Rd 3 bed/ 2baths, 2550sqft 1 acre, with shop

• 1580 sqft. Mtn view rancher • Large over height double garage • 1.5 acres with green house • 6’ crawl space w/ workshop

102-622 Island S. Hwy $119,900

• 2 bdrms, with in-unit laundry • Beautiful kitchen & appliances • Private outdoor patio & garden • Pets and rentals allowed

560 Ventura Pl $36,500

• Great potential in Port McNeill • Modular homes and houses allowed • Majestic mountain and ocean views • Nicest sub division in the area


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77,000

$

$

Pending

88,800

$

117,500

“Your Agent of Choice”

109-322 BIRCH STREET

309-262 BIRCH STREET

10-400 ROBRON

Investors this unit has been rented to the same tenant for past 10 years, currently $725/mth. This two bedroom unit has a patio and outside access. 1 indoor cat allowed. MLS #395761

Investors, this two bedroom unit is already rented or you can occupy it for yourself! The building is a block from the new hospital and a walk to almost everything. Easy care! MLS #390860

This is an affordable place to call home and it works as a positive rental investment with a reasonable down payment. Affordable mortgage payments of $479 with 25% down at 3.49% over 25 years (OAC). MLS #385137

159,800

250-287-1287 or 250-286-3293 Proudly selling in the community for 25 years.

steve@stephengrant.bc.ca

$

167,800

$

169,800

$

$

919 TIMBERLINE

207A – 650 S. ISLAND HWY.

LOT 17, UPPER CAMPBELL

101-87 S. ISLAND HWY.

Sea forever views are yours from this 2 bedroom, 2 bath unit! New sliding door & vinyl deck plus newer stainless steel kitchen appliances! Two parking spaces (one is covered). MLS #396635

If you’re tired of not finding a place to set up a camping spot, take a look at this great opportunity! 924 sq. ft. cabin with huge deck & viewing area. Maybe a group purchase? MLS #394476

Ground floor unit that leads out to the patio, lawns and beach. Full time or seasonal residence - you decide! A perfect retreat – affordable, low maintenance & one small dog or cat allowed. MLS #398155

234,800

$

234,800

$

238,800

www.stephengrant.bc.ca

HOT NEW PRICE!

169,800

Possibly the biggest lot in the area! At 0.37 acres there’s room for a big house and a detached shop! Ocean and mountain views too. Reasonable building scheme. MLS #390878

$

Personal Real Estate Corporation

HOT NEW PRICE!

HOT NEW PRICE! $

Stephen Grant

244,900

$

194,800

$

927 FIR STREET Check out this great package! 996 sq. ft. 3 bedroom home that offers affordability & close location to town. Gas fireplace. Detached shed with storage. Well kept! MLS #395762

$

Pending

249,800

HOT NEW PRICE!

229,800

$

229,800

1550 S. ISLAND HWY.

1805 S. ALDER STREET

A fantastic development opportunity with over half acre with ocean view! Currently zoned R-1 for a single family home or possibly subdivide it into two parcels. Close to all Willow Point amenities. MLS #382800

1130 sq. ft., easy care rancher located across from the Sportsplex in Willow Point. A perfect layout for a single or a couple starting out. Fenced yard is ready for pets too! MLS #394548

$

250,000

$

279,800

1–1424 S. ALDER STREET

800 HOMEWOOD ROAD

733 KALMAR ROAD

57-1120 EVERGREEN

427 S. MURPHY

302-9 ADAMS ROAD

94 FAIRWINDS ROAD

A great location to call home! 2332 sq. ft. with a full unfinished basement that’s plumbed for a full bathroom, 3rd bedroom, family room and an office or storage area. Ready now. MLS #376464

This large estate-like property is close to town but feels miles away! Nunn’s Creek runs through this 9.69 acre property and has good clearings and building sites for your dream home or investment units! MLS #391470

Several updates have been done over the years in this 1326 sq. ft. rancher. Plenty of space in the driveway for additional parking, so bring the RV. Rear yard and deck offers some privacy. MLS #393515

This nice plan offers 3 bedrooms up and a nice sized walk in closet in the master. Easy care yard and home plus the proximity to schools, downtown, arena and amenities is a big bonus! MLS #396081

This 0.21 acre lot offers stunning panoramic ocean and mountain views! Located in an area of high quality homes with outstanding views. Your dream home awaits. MLS #389002

Waterfront condo with North West views up the Passage towards the City! This 1400 sq. ft. unit is located in the popular Adams Road complex. Convenient living awaits. MLS #395253

The front deck and living room offer some ocean and mountain view in this 2011 sq. ft. home! Updated kitchen, front & back decks. Potential to finish a kitchen in the basement (in-laws or teens). MLS #397341

HOT NEW PRICE! $

284,800

$

289,800

HOT NEW PRICE! $

299,800

$

308,800

$

319,800

$

319,800

$

323,800

Pending

Pending

1260 GAZELLE

2801 APPLE DRIVE

212-350 S. ISLAND HWY.

754 GEORGIA DRIVE

1762 ASPEN WAY

1876 GALERNO

1194 BLESBOK

Located in a convenient area, this immaculate split level home also offers a beautifully manicured fully fenced yard. Great upgrades & functional layout! Worth a look! MLS #397404

Close to all levels of school, shopping and rec trails is where you’ll find this 5 bdrm, 3 bath home. Lots of updates, quick possession, RV parking, large deck. Awaiting you! MLS#396004

Unobstructed Ocean View is yours for the taking! This unit is one of the biggest available and has been meticulously maintained and comes with 2 parking stalls! MLS #390308

Close to all levels of school, this spotlessly clean home is move in ready! Recent updates include laminate flooring, new roof and windows. Open plan, nice family area, RV parking on the side. MLS #392840

Well maintained 1686 sq. ft. ground entry basement home with updated kitchen, paint, flooring & more! Great family friendly area, private, lush & beautifully landscaped yard. MLS #397105

This 3 bedroom home has a private, low maintenance yard in popular Cottonwood area. The exterior has been refreshed with a new roof, garage doors and exterior paint. Mature landscaping. MLS #392720

Your all in one home! Beautifully maintained 2247 sq. ft. , 4 bdrm, 3 bath home that enjoys a full basement! Large family room, den/office – ideal for teenagers! Worth a look! MLS #392551

HOT NEW PRICE! $

329,800

HOT NEW PRICE! $

338,800

$

338,800

$

349,800

$

Pending

384,800

$

389,800

$

430,000

1965 WILLIS ROAD

14-2033 VARSITY

1121 CORDERO CRESCENT

788 ERICKSON ROAD

628 CAMBRIDGE

3964 S. ISLAND HWY.

165 FINCH ROAD

2384 sq. ft. rancher, extensively renovated in 2004 which includes addition of huge living room, massive sun room, new roof, drywall, wiring, bathrooms & more. Plenty of parking & access from 2 streets! MLS #387111

Excellent value for the size with this 5 bedroom, 4 bath home! 2995 sq. ft. on 3 levels – ideal for blended families with extra kids. Economical heat pump too. MLS #394324

1364 sq. ft. 3 bedroom, 2 bath rancher featuring custom timber which accents the interior. High vaulted ceilings, open layout, fenced yard & side yard parking. MLS #397006

Comfort and space! 2800 sq. ft. 3 bedroom, 3 bath home on a larger private yard. Double garage, partially finished basement with rec room. Great patio area too! MLS #395390

More than meets the eye here! Quick possession is yours in this bright & spacious 2873 sq. ft, 4 bedroom, 3 bath home located on a great Willow Point lot. MLS #392383

Looking for ocean view? Look here! Unobstructed views are yours in this 1416 sq. ft. 3 bdrm home. The big yard is set back from the Hwy. Great upgrades & a detached hobby room too! MLS #396120

2728 sq. ft of space to spread out set on .60 acres backing onto huge undeveloped (private) treed acreage. Lots of parking, so bring the toys! Spacious back tiered decks too! MLS #394626

504,800

$

HOT NEW PRICE! $

479,800

$

495,000

$

499,800

HOT NEW PRICE! $

499,800

$

519,900

$

528,800

2933 PACIFIC VIEW TERRACE

602 RIDGE ROAD

913 HERITAGE MEADOW

4365 ORANGE POINT ROAD

260 S. MURPHY STREET

262 MARYLAND

733 TIMBERLINE DRIVE

Beautiful and inviting 3199 sq. ft. 4 bedroom home that has been lovingly kept. A delight to entertain in or simply enjoy the ocean views. Gorgeous landscaping. One bedroom in-law suite. MLS #396556

Renovated 6 plex with 5 two bedroom units and 1 one bedroom unit and a coin operated laundry. The units have newer kitchen cabinets, counters, various flooring, newer paint and trim in most units. MLS #397614

Over height ceilings, wood timbers, solid wood stairways and that’s just as you step through the door! An exceptional home with 4 beds and 3 baths, you can’t be anything but impressed with the quality of this home. MLS #385715

1.36 acres of private space with a 3520 sq. ft. home offering generous rooms on 3 different levels. Attached double garage with huge upper mezzanine, plus double carport & more! MLS #398150

Bring the toys! The side yard has a driveway access to the backyard which is great for additional parking for vehicles or RV or shop. The huge 3054 sq. ft. 5 bedroom home offers ocean view too! MLS #386262

Impressive custom built home with good street appeal on a large lot with a private back yard and a detached shop. Quality finishings throughout. Granite counters, butcher block top. A great package! MLS #393853

There’s a lot of house here on 3 levels! Bright & open living area with ocean/mountain views, family room with wet bar, full basement, oversized & overlength double garage... MLS #397442

$

568,800

578,800

$

$

Pending

589,800

$

599,800

$

869,800

$

899,800

$

Pending

999,800

3373 WILLOW CREEK ROAD

3762 S. ISLAND HWY

647 MARINER DRIVE

3311 WISCONSIN

825 S. ISLAND HWY.

2036 S. ISLAND HWY.

4000 GORDON ROAD

Set in a very popular neighbourhood, this 3332 sq. ft. home has been extensively updated with new paint, cabinets, flooring and more! Tons of parking, brick patio, fenced yard. A must see! MLS #397808

Beautiful, spacious & bright 2115 sq. ft. farmhouse style rancher with a bonus room & detached workshop situated on 2.06 acres. Developed as a u pick raspberry operation. MLS #396888

Perched above it all! Massive 3651 sq. ft ocean view home plumbed for a suite downstairs – great for in-laws! Amazing kitchen with granite, expensive fixtures in the bathroom, huge deck…MLS #396971

An exceptional home in an upscale neighbourhood. Great layout, meticulously finished and maintained. Grand entry & high ceilings & a 24 x 24 shop for the toys! MLS #390349

A rare offering! 2438 sq. ft. rancher situated on an amazing waterfront lot. Great upgrades, bachelor type suite, two separate garages, one of them being oversized with vaulted ceiling for boat or RV. MLS #387488

1 acre ocean view site with unobstructed future views of the always active Discovery Passage with a 5 plex, and a home that rent monthly and 6 RV sites generate rent as well. Investors take note! MLS #343625

Straight out of a magazine! Simply amazing 3521 sq. ft. Timber Frame home set on 4.7 acres. Outstanding workmanship & incredible detail. 36 x 36 barn, tack room... MLS #395845


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Cell 250.203.3545 Office 250.286.3293

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NEW PRICE!

156 Neptune $244,500

• 3 bed/ 2 bath on .22 of an acre • Heat pump • 24 x 24 garage • Newer windows, doors, siding, flooring MLS 385846

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Willow Point Beauty! • 3 bed, 2 bath 1800 sqft, Cul-de-Sac • Big bonus room, perfect for home business

Quality built homes by: MacVeigh Contracting Ltd

166 Reef Cres $279,900

• 2 Bed, 1 Bath - In suite Laundry • Abundance of natural light • Close to elevator and craft room MLS 389406

316 Harrogate Road MLS 397205 $244,900

NEW LISTING!

Homes starting at $299,000

• Willow Point Oasis • Stunning Yard • 3 bed, 2 bath, 2000+sqft, new 200 amp service & Panel

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NEW PRICE 168 S. Thulin • 2372 sqft ocean view 3 bdrms up and one down • Fully finished lower level • Huge covered deck over single carport

460-13th Ave • 2440 sqft vacant floor space • great location • ample parking

• 220 S. Island Hwy • 2 acres, prime development • semi oceanfront • RM-3 zoning • unobstructed views

$339,900

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Excellent location! 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, gas fireplace with heat included in your strata fees, in-unit laundry & underground parking! All windows face large green fields, trees & mountains with glorious sunsets thrown in a calm, serene home. This 55+, worry free, secure building has it all! $132,900 MLS# 390350

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s ’ b SUMMER SIZZLERS o B • Prime forested 20 acre parcel in a very desirable area • The land is mainly flat with some rolling hills • It is forested with a variety of species • RU-1 zoning will allow 2 single family homes and accessory buildings up to 3200 sq.ft. • Approximately 350’ of frontage on the Island Highway • Good access available • Make your future plans here!

$320,000

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NEW LISTING

$279,500

• RANCHER, SHOP, POOL all in Willow Point • 3 bedroom updated rancher • 670sqft shop w/ 220V and a 2 piece bathroom • 16’x32’ in-ground pool, perfect for cooling off • Very private, fenced, lots of RV Parking What a package!

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250.202.1058

MLS# 375235

MLS# 394530

MLS# 390968

MLS# 390969

MLS# 395425

MLS# 393505

11 - 1630 CROATION RD

165 - 1160 SHELLBOURNE

13 - 100 MCPHEDRAN

14 - 100 MCPHEDRAN

3 - 500 COLWYN

880 SOMERSET RD

$44,900

$51,900

$89,000

$89,000

$139,900

$239,900

2 BED / 1 BATH

4 BED / 1 BATH

LOT TO BUILD ON

LOT TO BUILD ON

4 BED / 3 BATH

3 BED / 2 BATH

FULL RENO

DOUBLE LOT

BUILD YOUR DREAM

BUILD YOUR DREAM

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GREAT FIRST HOME

MLS# 391016

MLS# 394441

MLS# 395501

MLS# 390185

MLS# 392562

MLS# 394263

1581 GALERNO RD

1190 ALEXANDRA

688 HUDSON

816 GEORGIA DR

672 ARTHUR

545 ALEXANDER DR

$269,000

$300,000

$354,000

$359,000

$379,900

$379,900

BUILD YOUR DREAM

SKI TO YOUR DOOR

VERY PRIVATE

LOTS OF ROOM

FAMILY HOME

2100+ SQFT

MLS# 396322

MLS# 391738

MLS# 394350

MLS# 396660

MLS# 397856

MLS# 381210

705 GEORGIA DR

395 STRATFORD DR

2180 FOREST GROVE

668 PACIFIC HEIGHTS LN

3819 PEAK DR

1855 SHETLAND RD

$389,000

$389,900

$408,000

$489,900

$495,000

$499,900

2100+ SQFT

FAST POSSESSION

MOUNTAIN VIEWS

FAMILY HOME

RURAL LIVING

5 ACRES IN TOWN

MLS# 393503

MLS# 391018

MLS# 395422

MLS# 397651

MLS# 384640

FREE CMA

2405 STEELHEAD RD

1579 GALERNO RD

259 CARNEGIE ST

375 MURPHY ST S.

110-1180 IRONWOOD ST

$529,000

$699,000

$799,000

$1,116,000

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4 BED / 3 BATH

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4 BED / 3 BATH

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4 BED / 3 BATH

7 BED / 8 BATH

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www.islandsbesthomes.ca NEW LISTING 4365 ORANGE POINT RD. Estate sized property with a 3,520 sq. ft. home. The lot has 1.36 acres of private space with perimeter trees and plenty of room for the kids and pets. The home has generous rooms on 3 different levels. Valuable upgrades too!

$499,800

MLS # 398150

4 bd, 3 bath, 2390 sq/ft family home w/suite potential close to the hospital, recreation centre, shopping, and downtown.

$264,900

MLS # 397345

STEPHEN GRANT Personal Real Estate Corporation

250-287-1287

steve@stephengrant.bc.ca

PRICE REDUCTION B375 CAROLYN RD. Beautiful and spacious town home only 8 years old! Open concept and stainless steel appliances are just the beginning of this great package! Was $239,000.

PRICE REDUCTION 100 DOGWOOD ST. S.

$235,000

MLS # 396475

Acreage with many possibilities including development. 2 Homes, 1800 sqft of shops, 2.4 acres backing onto Sequoia Golf Course.

$579,000

MLS # 397878

ANDREW RIVETT Personal Real Estate Corporation

250-287-0120

andrewrivett@royallepage.ca

PRICE REDUCTION 1900 WOOD RD. Character Duplex with ocean view on 1/3 of an acre! Investors don’t let this one pass you by. Was $259,000.

NEW LISTING 620 PETERSEN RD.

Personal Real Estate Corporation

250-287-0120

andrewrivett@royallepage.ca

NEW LISTING 130 SEABREEZE DR. 6 acres consists of 1.75 zoned C-3, 4.32 zoned R3 1500 sq/ft storage building, 6 stall horse barn.

MLS # 395562

$640,000

MLS # 397864

SHANNON MARIN

ANDREW RIVETT

www.sarahcourtney.ca

shannonmarin@royallelpage.ca

andrewrivett@royallepage.ca

PRICE REDUCTION 2750 FAIRMILE RD. Executive, modern main level entry home. Perfect for an executive couple or growing family. Was $399,900.

$389,500

MLS # 395134

250-202-0160

A-748 ROBRON RD. This well maintained, centrally located, ground floor apartment offers bright and open living spaces.

$134,900

MLS # 396686

Personal Real Estate Corporation

250-287-0120

76 FAIRWINDS RD.

SOLD MLS # 390513

CAROL ANNE FORSGREN

ANDREW RIVETT

www.sarahcourtney.ca

ca.forsgren@forsgren.ca www.caforsgren.ca

andrewrivett@royallepage.ca

PRICE REDUCTION 513 GRAYSON RD. Perfect for a first time home buyer, investor or a couple who’s ready to downsize. New interior paint throughout! Was $249,900.

250-895-9136

NEW LISTING 1891 WHISTLER WAY Lovely, well kept and spacious rancher on .21 acre corner lot in desirable quiet subdivision.

$245,000

$358,800

Personal Real Estate Corporation

250-287-0120

207B-670 ISLAND HWY. This well maintained, front facing, centrally located, 2nd floor condo boasts direct views of the Ocean and Quadra Island from the main living areas.

$169,000

MLS # 396608

MLS # 397378

SARAH COURTNEY

HEATHER PARKER

CAROL ANNE FORSGREN

www.sarahcourtney.ca

www.heatherparker.ca

ca.forsgren@forsgren.ca www.caforsgren.ca

250-202-3781

NEW LISTING 101-87 ISLAND HWY. Best value here in this affordable ground floor, ocean front Condo! Full time or seasonal residence - you decide! The kitchen was completely redone in 2012. Tenant currently pays $1007 per month.

$169,800

MLS # 398155

STEPHEN GRANT Personal Real Estate Corporation

250-287-1287

steve@stephengrant.bc.ca

MLS # 390933

250-202-8200

492 ASH ST. If a wide angle view is what you are looking for then see this spacious home that lives like a rancher with walk in access to the main level from the rear parking area.

1243 GALERNO RD. Quality main level entry, ocean view home in superb condition and in great a location.

NEW LISTING 3622 BRIND’AMOUR DR. Quick possession possible with this bright and cheerful 3 bedroom, 2 bath rancher located in popular Ocean Grove.

$282,900

AMY ROSS & PAUL AXON 250-202-7677 | 250-204-1938 www.amyandpaul.ca

718 NELSON RD. Large, custom built home, double car garage, complimented by panoramic ocean and mountain views.

$529,900

AMY ROSS & PAUL AXON 250-202-7677 | 250-204-1938 www.amyandpaul.ca

699 MARINER DR. Stunning custom ocean view home! This exceptionally well built custom home epitomizes quality and style in every detail.

$ $599,900

AMY ROSS & PAUL AXON 250-202-7677 | 250-204-1938 www.amyandpaul.ca

2400 JOANNE DR. This 4 bedroom home lives like a rancher with the benefit of two upstairs bedrooms.

$548,000

MLS # 396446

MLS # 395796

HEATHER PARKER

HEATHER PARKER

www.heatherparker.ca

www.heatherparker.ca

250-202-8200

www.amyandpaul.ca

MLS # 391532

250-895-9136

$658,800

AMY ROSS & PAUL AXON 250-202-7677 | 250-204-1938

MLS # 392743

SARAH COURTNEY 250-202-3781

$344,900

MLS # 397754

SARAH COURTNEY 250-202-3781

Located in a great neighbourhood, this meticulously maintained 3 bedroom, 3 bath two-storey home has a lovely floor plan, and an extremely functional layout for raising a family.

MLS # 397679

ANDREW RIVETT

$254,000

NEW LISTING 758 ORIBI DR.

250-202-8200

$349,999

MLS # 394959

AMY ROSS & PAUL AXON 250-202-7677 | 250-204-1938 www.amyandpaul.ca

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COMMUNITY UPDATE SEPTEMBER 18, 2015 DID YOU KNOW?

CITY OF CAMPBELL RIVER

NOTICE OF TAX SALE

British Columbia Medal of Good Citizenship

Pursuant to Section 403 of the Local Government Act the following properties will be offered for sale by public auction to be held at the Council Chambers, Campbell River Municipal Hall, 301 St. Ann’s Road, Campbell River, BC. on Monday, September 28, 2015 at 10 a.m. unless the delinquent taxes plus interest are paid sooner.

Nominations for the Province’s Medal of Good Citizenship are now being accepted by the British Columbia Honours and Awards Secretariat. Nominate someone who has made outstanding contributions to the community by Friday, September 25, 2015.

LEGAL DESCRIPTION

CIVIC ADDRESS

UPSET PRICE

LOT 4 DISTRICT LOT 26 SAYWARD LAND DISTRICT PLAN VIP69691

4040 MIDPORT RD

LOT 12 DISTRICT LOT 53 SAYWARD LAND DISTRICT PLAN 9077

1802 GARFIELD RD

5,396.81

LOT 12 DISTRICT LOT 66 SAYWARD LAND DISTRICT PLAN 7724

2440 QUINSAM RD

11,398.83

LOT 1 DISTRICT LOT 66 SAYWARD LAND DISTRICT PLAN 21344

1890 15TH AVE

8,891.80

LOT A DISTRICT LOT 69 SAYWARD LAND DISTRICT PLAN VIP54685

1342 SHOPPERS ROW

84,019.55

LOT 2 DISTRICT LOT 72 SAYWARD LAND DISTRICT PLAN 9799

121 ALDER ST

7,756.54

LOT N DISTRICT LOT 72 SAYWARD LAND DISTRICT PLAN 10600

202 MCLEAN ST

6,654.85

LOT 3 DISTRICT LOT 72 SAYWARD LAND DISTRICT PLAN 20769

103 LONSDALE CRES

9,858.21

NOTICE OF PROPOSED PERMISSIVE EXEMPTION FROM TAXATION BYLAW

LOT 1 DISTRICT LOT 73 SAYWARD LAND DISTRICT PLAN VIS6374

1 678 7TH AVE

6,860.30

LOT 2 DISTRICT LOT 73 SAYWARD LAND DISTRICT PLAN VIS6374

2 678 7TH AVE

6,778.79

LOT 3 DISTRICT LOT 73 SAYWARD LAND DISTRICT PLAN VIS6374

3 678 7TH AVE

6,778.79

Council of the City of Campbell River, under authority of the Community Charter will consider granting a permissive tax exemption to the following properties. Adoption of the bylaw granting this exemption will be considered at the Council meeting to be held on October 19, 2015 at 6:30 p.m., in the City Hall Council Chambers, 301 St. Ann’s Road, Campbell River, BC.

LOT 4 DISTRICT LOT 73 SAYWARD LAND DISTRICT PLAN VIS6374

4 678 7TH AVE

6,778.79

LOT 5 DISTRICT LOT 73 SAYWARD LAND DISTRICT PLAN VIS6374

5 678 7TH AVE

6,778.81

LOT 6 DISTRICT LOT 73 SAYWARD LAND DISTRICT PLAN VIS6374

6 678 7TH AVE

6,778.81

LOT 7 DISTRICT LOT 73 SAYWARD LAND DISTRICT PLAN VIS6374

7 678 7TH AVE

6,778.81

LOT 8 DISTRICT LOT 73 SAYWARD LAND DISTRICT PLAN VIS6374

8 678 7TH AVE

6,778.81

LOT 9 DISTRICT LOT 73 SAYWARD LAND DISTRICT PLAN VIS6374

9 678 7TH AVE

6,778.81

Following is a summary of the subject properties and an estimate of the amount of taxes that would be imposed on the properties if they were not exempt for the year in which the proposed bylaw is to take effect and the following two years.

LOT 10 DISTRICT LOT 73 SAYWARD LAND DISTRICT PLAN VIS6374

10 678 7TH AVE

6,864.01

LOT 11 DISTRICT LOT 73 SAYWARD LAND DISTRICT PLAN VIS6374

11 678 7TH AVE

6,860.31

LOT 12 DISTRICT LOT 73 SAYWARD LAND DISTRICT PLAN VIS6374

12 678 7TH AVE

6,775.15

LOT 13 DISTRICT LOT 73 SAYWARD LAND DISTRICT PLAN VIS6374

13 678 7TH AVE

6,778.83

LOT 14 DISTRICT LOT 73 SAYWARD LAND DISTRICT PLAN VIS6374

14 678 7TH AVE

6,778.83

LOT 15 DISTRICT LOT 73 SAYWARD LAND DISTRICT PLAN VIS6374

15 678 7TH AVE

6,778.83

LOT 16 DISTRICT LOT 73 SAYWARD LAND DISTRICT PLAN VIS6374

16 678 7TH AVE

6,778.83

LOT 17 DISTRICT LOT 73 SAYWARD LAND DISTRICT PLAN VIS6374

17 678 7TH AVE

6,778.83

LOT 18 DISTRICT LOT 73 SAYWARD LAND DISTRICT PLAN VIS6374

18 678 7TH AVE

6,778.83

LOT 19 DISTRICT LOT 73 SAYWARD LAND DISTRICT PLAN VIS6374

19 678 7TH AVE

6,778.83

LOT 20 DISTRICT LOT 73 SAYWARD LAND DISTRICT PLAN VIS6374

20 678 7TH AVE

6,860.32

LOT 4 DISTRICT LOT 73 SAYWARD LAND DISTRICT PLAN 7255

520 BIRCH ST

8.964.62

More information is available on the B.C. Honours and Awards Secretariat website. Go to: http://www2.gov.bc.ca/ and search for Medal of Good Citizenship to find out more.

Legal Description

Civic Address

Estimate of Annual Total Taxes 2016

Campbell River Family Services Society Campbell River Head Injury Society

544 Dogwood Street South 1710 16th Avenue

$3,709 $5,174

2017 $3,709 $5,174

2018 $3,709 $5,174

30,190.57

Campbell River Head Injury Society

1720 16th Avenue

$5,174

$5,174

$5,174

BLOCK K DISTRICT LOT 84 SAYWARD LAND DISTRICT

6900 GOLD RIVER HWY

10,086.10

John Howard Society of North Island

140 10th Avenue

$12,144

$12,144

$12,144

LOT 3 DISTRICT LOT 85 SAYWARD LAND DISTRICT PLAN 47695

7181 GOLD RIVER HWY

30,538.48

LOT 2 DISTRICT LOT 218 COMOX LAND DISTRICT PLAN VIS1396 UE 1/2.

B 306 LARWOOD RD

7,761.02

LOT B SECTION 32 TOWNSHIP 1 COMOX LAND DISTRICT PLAN VIS4240

B 717 ROBRON RD

10,319.34

MANUFACTURED HOME ONLY

15697

1 1870 EVERGREEN RD

861.36

MANUFACTURED HOME ONLY

57911

1 1970 EVERGREEN RD

13,411.09

MANUFACTURED HOME ONLY

44875

6 1160 SHELLBOURNE BLVD

1,656.37

MANUFACTURED HOME ONLY

10646

29 1160 SHELLBOURNEBLVD

1,115.68

MANUFACTURED HOME ONLY

9906

40 1160 SHELLBOURNE BLVD

1,776.24

MANUFACTURED HOME ONLY

19943

41 1160 SHELLBOURNE BLVD

1,163.02

MANUFACTURED HOME ONLY

14963

2 1630 CROATION RD

1,352.90

MANUFACTURED HOME ONLY

63074

24 2520 QUINSAM RD

916.13

MANUFACTURED HOME ONLY

3302

23 2700 WOODBURN RD

447.38

MANUFACTURED HOME ONLY

41641

56 2700 WOODBURN RD

1,696.73

MANUFACTURED HOME ONLY

29394

65 2700 WOODBURN RD

2,082.94

MANUFACTURED HOME ONLY

53860

107 2700 WOODBURN RD

1,288.22

John Howard Society of North Island

portion of 980 Alder Street

$10,858

$10,858

$10,858

Campbell River and District Association for Community Living

1841 Island Highway

$3,518

$3,518

$3,518

Campbell River and District Association for Community Living

1851 Island Highway

$1,834

$1,834

$1,834

Centre for Spiritual Living

516 Dogwood Street South

$4,633

$4,633

$4,633

Written comments regarding the above noted exemption will be accepted by Dennis Brodie, Finance Operations Supervisor, until 4:30 p.m. on Sept 30, 2015 either by email to dennis.brodie@campbellriver.ca; fax to 250-286-5760; or hand delivered or mailed to City Hall, 301 St. Ann’s Road, Campbell River, BC V9W 4C7. A copy of the applicable bylaws and the report to Council is available by contacting City Hall at 250-286-5700.

Any person upon being declared the successful bidder must immediately pay by cash or certified cheque a minimum of not less than the upset price. Failure to pay this amount will result in the property promptly being offered for sale again. Any balance must be paid by cash or certified cheque by 3 p.m. the same day. Failure to pay the balance will result in the property being offered for sale again at 10 a.m. on the following day. The City of Campbell River makes no representation express or implied as to the condition or quality of the properties being offered for sale. Prospective purchasers are urged to inspect the properties and make all necessary inquiries to municipal and other government departments and in the case of strata lots to the strata corporation to determine the existence of any bylaws, restrictions, charges or other conditions which may affect the value or suitability of the property.

The seasons, they are a changing! You can help reduce the chance of flooding by keeping leaves, snow and other debris from blocking catch basins near your home. More than 3,300 catch basins let stormwater flow off the streets in our community – any help keeping them clear is appreciated. For more information, contact Dogwood Operations Centre at 250-286-4033.

The purchase of a tax sale property is subject to tax under the Property Transfer Tax Act on the fair market value of the property. Information about the tax sale and an updated property listing will be posted daily on the notice board in the main foyer of City Hall between 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. weekdays. NOTICE IS GIVEN IN CAMPBELL RIVER, BC. September 18, 2014 Dennis Brodie, Collector

301 St. Ann’s Road, Campbell River, BC V9W 4C7 Telephone: 250-286-5700 info@campbellriver.ca www.campbellriver.ca


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Contributions sought for Transition House M any times, when women in crisis arrive at the Ann Elmore Transition House, they have little more than the clothes on their backs. One of the obvious needs that these ladies have is undergarments such as bras, new panties, sleepwear and robes. Stevie Turley, owner of La Tee Da Lingerie Boutique wants to help and is appealing to the women of Campbell River and area to have a look in their dressers and closets to find any gently used undergarments and sleepwear which can be donated.

“When I had a discussion with staff at the Transition House, I was saddened to hear that they pretty much had no clothing, particularly undergarments, on the shelf to help their clients,” said Turley. “At La Tee Da Lingerie Boutique, we have always maintained that supporting women is our business, so it seemed natural to team up with the Campbell River and North Island Transition Society to do something to help the women who access their services.” “We have already filled one box with bras and panties. One lady dropped off a

dozen bras alone. The response has been heartwarming.” La Tee Da has been supporting the Ann Elmore Transition House for years with their gift wrapping by donation program. If you have any suitable undergarments that you no longer wear for whatever reason, drop them off to La Tee Da, located at 1042 Shoppers Row in downtown Campbell River. As a thank you for your donations, La Tee Da will give you a 15 per cent off coupon good on your next purchase before the end of September.

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La Tee Da Lingerie Boutique is collecting donations of undergarments for women residing in Ann Elmore Transition House.

VILLAGE OF TAHSIS

NOTICE OF TAXofSALE village thasis

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN: at 10:00 a.m. on Monday, the 28th of September 2015, in the Council Chambers at the Municipal Hall, located at 977 South Maquinna Drive, Tahsis, B.C., the Collector of the Village of Tahsis shall offer for sale by public auction each and every parcel of real property within the Village of Tahsis upon which any of the taxes are delinquent. The annual property tax sale shall be in accordance with section 403 of the Local Government Act.

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The properties that shall be sold at the tax sale if the delinquent taxes thereon are not paid before 10:00 a.m. on September 28, 2015 are: Street Address 947 Princess Victoria 948 South Maquinna Drive 562 Cardiac Climb Road 508 Cardiac Climb Road Resolution Road 543 North Maquinna Drive 537 North Maquinna Drive 293 North Maquinna Drive 477 Alpine View Road 146 Alpine View Road 6 Edith Road 10 Edith Road 156 Harbour View Road 187 Head Bay Road

Legal Description Plan 26880, Lot 46, District Lot 443 Plan 26880, Lot 63, District Lot 443 Plan 26880, Lot 92, District Lot 443 Plan 26880, Lot 95, District Lot 443 Plan 10842, Lot 1, District Lot 443 Plan 30721, Lot 3, District Lot 595 Plan 30721, Lot 4, District Lot 595 Plan 30721, Lot 40, District Lot 595 Plan 35184, Lot 3, District Lot 595 Plan 35185, Lot 2, District Lot 595 Plan 35980, Lot 16, District Lot 82 Plan 35980, Lot 18, District Lot 82 Plan 38135, Lot 2, District Lot 595 Plan 33718, Lot 1, District Lot 600

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Upset Price $10,973.10 $6,997.08 $4,053.56 $6,967.78 $5,592.50 $6,912.33 $3,698.22 $3,823.56 $6,736.24 $4,587.28 $3,413.81 $2,431.82 $9,740.77 $30,555.06

Any person upon being declared the successful bidder must immediately pay by cash or certified cheque a minimum of not less than the upset price. Failure to pay this amount will result in the property promptly being offered for sale again. Any balance (bid amount less the upset price paid) must be paid by cash or certified cheque prior to 10:00 am the next day. Failure to pay the balance will result in the property being offered for sale again at 10:00 on the next day. The Village of Tahsis makes no representation expressed or implied as to the condition or quality of the properties being offered for sale. Prospective purchasers are urged to inspect the properties and make all necessary inquiries to municipal and other government departments, and in the case of strata lots, to the strata corporation to determine the existence of any bylaws, restrictions, charges or other conditions which may affect the value or suitability of the property. The purchase of a tax sale property is subject to tax under the Property Transfer Tax Act on the fair market value of the property. Information about the tax sale and an updated property listing will be posted daily on the notice board across from the main business counter in the Village office between 8:30 am and 4:30 pm weekdays. Amit Sharma, Collector – Village of Tahsis September 02, 2015

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f you were one of the hundreds of people who visited the new suspension bridge Sept. 4 and you looked skyward, you may have seen either a flying saucer or a drone in the skies above the new suspension bridge and the canyon. Because we all know that commercial drone use is heavily regulated, Transport Canadaapproved operators were used and a cooperating agreement was established with BC Parks prior to filming. This allowed for some very

impressive images of this new breathtaking park feature to be captured. The drones did capture more than just a little attention from park visitors as well as some great footage, just as the suspension bridge itself has over the past four months. The result of this filming event, which will be released widely over the internet in a few weeks, was spearheaded by Catherine Temple of GoCampbellRiver. com in partnership with Colin Filiter from SuavAir, Dan Franklin

and Jordan Groves of Stagecoach Media and BC Parks. The goal: to produce a high-quality short video on the newly-built suspension bridge for use in the promotion of Campbell River’s newest attraction. The process took a few weeks to set up and a team to manage. On the day of filming the weather was perfect, and park visitors were cooperative and especially interested in the use of the drone. While Colin and his assistant were expertly piloting the drone above the canyon

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South Africa, China, Russia, the US - visited the bridge. Some spoke English and some didn’t, but all loved the spectacle. An older lady from the United Kingdom who had difficulty walking and required assistance from her granddaughter was adamant that she was not only going to descend and later climb the stairs to the bridge, but also that she was going to make it all the way across the bridge. And she did, although she took plenty of rest stops along the way. She said, “I’m on holidays. I have nothing but time.” The film of the canyon is in the edit stage. This will be a video production that Campbell River can be proud of.

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manner, in France’s Loire Valley. In the New World’s vineyards Chenin Blanc is often the unacknowledged understudy to a variety of white blends because it can be encouraged to produce large volumes of grapes. It is the most widely planted single winegrape variety in South Africa, where it is better known as Steen. Winemakers and committed conservationists Jeremy and Emma Borg established South Africa’s Painted Wolf Wines in 2007.  Inspired by the cooperative social dynamics of

African wild dog packs, they brought together a ‘pack’ of passionate grape growers, artists and conservationists. Painted Wolf ‘The Den’ Chenin Blanc (364539) $13.40 is richly and generously fruity. Quite luscious, it also has a refreshing degree of naturally bright acidity. Expect crisp apple, pear and honeyed melon flavours with a rich, almost unctuous mouth-feel and a long busy finish. Right here in British Columbia Inniskillin Okanagan’s Discovery series wines explore winegrape varieties

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relatively uncommon in the Okanagan Valley. Winemaker Derek Kontkanen, explains: “My passion is to make the best wine possible, utilizing the latest technology and traditional methods while respecting the varietal characteristics of the fruit.” Green apple and freshcut peach aromas and flavours are most obvious on first sipping Inniskillin Discovery Series Chenin Blanc (273573) $15.65. It has a dry Old World style - crisp acidity balanced beautifully with bright stone fruit. As it warms in the glass, it develops voluptuous cantaloupe flavours. With the zingy and sweet popularity of the South African style more targeted at newer, younger wine lovers, the traditional French wines are almost out-of-fashion. Pity! Vouvray is the largest white wine appellation in the Anjou-SaumurTouraine region, creating a wide variety of

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henin Blanc is a difficult winegrape – slow to ripen and often both highly acidic and very high in sugars – but it can also make some of the world’s most ageworthy white wines. Today’s most widely available Chenin Blancs are drink-now kind of wines, dry but very fruity. The grape is most closely associated with a wide range of Old World styles from dry table wine though offdry marvels and charming sparkling wines to sweet dessert elixirs, in the most traditional

grapefruit, and honey lead the aromas and flavours of Road 13 styles of Chenin Blancs. ‘Chip Off the Old Block’ Since 1885 Famille Chenin Blanc (837963) Bougrier has been mak- $17.90. A blend of 96 ing wine in the Loire per cent Chenin Blanc Valley, France. Wonder- and 4 per cent Chardonfully golden coloured nay, it has sassy, fat and with fruit filled-out salad pear WINE apple, aromas and melon of pears, fruit before peaches lingering and tropiinto a long, cal fruits zingy finBougrier ish. Vouvray Michael Chenin Beaulac, Blanc winemaker (60525) at Califor$17.80 is nia’s Pine casually Ridge off-dry Vineyards: without “It was 20 being too sweet. years ago that we marRoad 13 Vineyards ried Chenin Blanc with is in the Okanagan Viognier, and our knees Golden Mile - a mere buckled when we tasted six percent of the total how deliciously these planted vineyard acres two varietals worked in the Okanagan and together. We harvest our Similkameen valleys. Chenin Blanc early to The Luckhurst Famensure the fruit retains a ily took over what was good amount of natural Golden Mile Cellars in acidity. The Viognier, the fall of 2003. Mick on the other hand, is Luckhurst was born in harvested once the fruit Port Alberni, Vancoufully ripens.” ver Island. Ripe melon, Pine Ridge Chenin

Blanc Viognier (176537) $22.75 weds 80 per cent Chenin Blanc and 20 per cent Viognier. Lusciously rich and remarkably refreshing, it boasts: “… fresh lemon, juicy honeydew melon, pomelo and sweet mango, complemented by soft orange blossom and carnation floral notes.” n Join your WineWise guy at The Riptide Pub and Grill on Saturday, September 26th at 6:30pm for an evening of fabulous tapas and some of the best wines BC currently has to offer! We’ll explore some of BC’s most stunning wines and pair them with mouth watering small plates - $50 per person. Come along and find out why our best BC wines are making ripples in wineglasses at home and in international competition. Seating is limited, please make reservations. Sign up at MetroLiquor’s Discovery Harbour store or call 250-914-5569 or email doug@metroliquor.com

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The Campbell River Shoreline Arts Society wishes to thank the Carvers for their outstanding carvings and all the sponsors and volunteers who made the 19th Annual “Transformations on the Shore” Chainsaw Carving Competition a huge success! A big thank you to Max Chickite for supplying salmon for the carver/volunteer Barbeque along with catering by Ryan Schreiter.

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Cody LaFrance Junior Henderson Ryan Cook

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Alan Norris Rick Sewid

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Bridgitte Lochhead

Harmony Native Art Indian Joe’s Little Brother Constricted, Ladder

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Matthew Knee Randy Gauthier Sandy Cleaver

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“Under The Sea” 1st Place Amateur Matthew Knee, Campbell River, BC

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We cannot bring the old days back Your smile we cannot see We can only treasure the memories Of days that used to be. Barbara & John, Shaun & Tim, Becky & Brian, Greg & Chay, Chloe & Lovely.

Annie Elizabeth Oxbury May 26, 1934 ~ September 19, 2014 Anne - Wife, Mother, Grandmother, Friend We have come here today in the hope that you are here Looking down upon us to see that we are near It is still hard to accept that one year ago on this day You were taken from us in a very hasty way We miss you so much, a part is missing from our life But we are trying very hard to get everything just right Our hearts still ache, the pain is no less We think about you every day We miss your hugs and your smile And really wish you never went away You were our wife, mother, grandmother and our friend The best that we could ever ask for We miss you, we love you, every single day And wish that time would have given us more Love you always, John, Les, Richard, Randy, Carol, Lin and all your family and friends who miss you so much!

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David (Joe) Cummings

May 15, 1945 ~ September 7th, 2015

Rosemarie & Kent Roduck

The way many people Owners / Funeral Directors choose to say goodbye is changing. More of the families we serve are asking us to provide a meaningful gathering where they can meet with friends to pay tribute, hear special music, perhaps show a video collage of the person’s life and share memories over refreshments. Our Funeral and Reception Centre is the perfect location, where our expertise ensures that everything will be taken care of. It doesn’t have to be either religious or formal – it can be exactly what you want! Times are changing and we’re here to make sure the time \RXWDNHWRVD\JRRGE\HZLOOUHà HFWWKHOLIHVW\OH of the person who has died and the family and friends who gather for closure.

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It is with great sadness in my heart to announce the peaceful passing of Joe Cummings on September 7th, 2015 at St. Joseph’s Hospital in Comox, BC. Joe was born in Brandon, Manitoba on May 15, 1945. At the age of three his family moved and settled in Powell River, BC where he called home for over 50 years. During that time, with his perseverance, entrepreneurial drive and love for the community, he had much to be proud of. In 1965 Joe gained distributorship of Canada Dry then shortly after took on Coca Cola. He took pride in swapping out friends “inferior“ pop with his own brands, even in their own homes. It was comical. During this time he also managed the Beach Gardens Drive In Theatre for three seasons where at times he ran the projector and back then, this WAS a big deal. In 1967, at the age of 22, he was recognized as the youngest alderman in Canada. During that same year he was President of Jaycees (Junior Chamber of Commerce), a Moose Lodge member, and on the Executive (Political Affairs) Committee with the Chamber of Commerce. His dedication to Rotary for 20+ years, including being President, will not be forgotten. Joe will be lovingly remembered by his daughter Joelle (Terry), siblings Hank (Mary), Ernie (Doris), Barbara (Dave), Winston & Brenda (Tim) as well as numerous nieces & nephews. A public Celebration of Life will be held on Saturday Nov 28th in Powell River, BC. Exact location & time TBA.


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WORSHIP DIRECTORY A congregation of the

church of Christ Meets at 226 Hilchey Rd, Campbell River on

Sundays 10 am Worship 11:15 Classes for Children & Adults Midweek Studies call for times

250-923-4441

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Worship Service 10:00 am

ST. PETER’S ANGLICAN CHURCH

Trinity Presbyterian Church

Rector: The Venerable Dr. Blair Haggart Regular Worship Services Every Sunday: 8:30 AM Eucharist, BCP 10:00 AM Eucharist, BAS With Children’s Ministry & Nursery Every Wednesday: 12:10 PM Eucharist

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RN- POSITION Available for RN, F/T Monday to Friday, 9-5pm at a busy Pediatrics Practice. Immunization, competency, an asset. Please drop off resume in person to Alder Medical Centre 277 Evergreen Rd, Campbell River.

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6 Care Aide Positions available in Prince George. Currently offering guaranteed hour agreement of 35 hrs/week. Relocation option and bonus. DL/Vehicle required. Email hsellors@bayshore.ca or fax 1-250717-7538. RNs and LPNs also needed for Prince George and Quesnel area.

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BAHAI FAITH You are invited to our

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Board of Variance Appointments The Strathcona Regional District is seeking applications from individuals who wish to volunteer for appointment to the Electoral Area Board of Variance for a three year term. The Board of Variance considers applications from persons who believe they would suffer hardship if forced to comply with speci¿c land use restrictions contained in a zoning, subdivision control or tree regulation bylaw, or with respect to additions or alterations to a non-conforming use. Additional information regarding the Electoral Area Board of Variance is available at www.strathconard.ca . Individuals interested in being appointed to the Board of Variance should submit an expression of interest no later than 4:30 p.m. on Friday, October 23, 2015 to: Board of Variance Appointments Strathcona Regional District 301-990 Cedar Street Campbell River, BC V9W 7Z8 corporate@strathconard.ca Applicants will not be considered if, in the opinion of the Regional District, their personal or business interests will give rise to a conÀict in connection with this position. We thank all interested individuals for responding to this opportunity; however, only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. T. Yates Corporate Services Manager 301-990 Cedar Street, Campbell River, BC V9W 7Z8 5FMt'BY Toll-free: 1-877-830-2990 www.strathconard.ca

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

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TUTOR AVAIL - various subjects. Math to grade 12, English, reading & more. 20 yrs exp. Ruthie (778)418-1227.

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

• 307 B Carnegie - studio type basement unit with ocean view/ 4 appl. Available now. Hydro & heat incl. Single person only. Rent $725.00

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OFFICE/RETAIL OPEN HOUSE Sat./Sun. Sept. 19/20, 10am4pm @ 991 Petersen Rd. $419,000. .95 ACRE UNIQUE 4 bd 2300 sq ft split level home. Peaceful and private. 35 fruit trees and grapevines. Walking distance to town, school, golf and trails. Ocean, mountain and city view. (250)286-0634. www.991petersen.com

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LOFT BED for child w/ desk. Never used, built by Palliser. 4 drawer study desk, book shelves and 5 drawer storage. $600 obo. 250-287-3231

ROTARY BEACH Bachelor, & 2 bdrms. Lrg grnd oor with patio on sea walk. Laundry on site. NS/NP. (250)286-1175.

MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE FOR SALE electric hospital beds w/mattresses, commode chairs and bath chairs. Call 250-203-8621 for more info.

ENCLOSED STORAGE- 2 bays, 28x14 each. Avail Oct 1. $150/ea. (250)287-6064.

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HOMES FOR RENT CENTENNIAL PARK AREA. 3 bdrm, 1 bath, fully fenced, enclosed garage, new gas furnace, veg garden. N/P. Credit check & long term. Avail. Oct.1 $1000/mth. Call Phil. 2872048 CLOSE TO Town & amenities 3 bdrm ocean front home, main oor, 2 bath, 5 new appliances. Avail Oct 1. $1650. Call (250)287-4489. CLOSE TO Town & amenities, ocean front 2 bdrm bsmt walk out, lrg living rm/dining, 1 bath, 5 new appls/ Avail Oct 1. $1250. Call (250)287-4489. CUTE 2 bed., 1 bath house on a generous lot. Garden avail. Garage avail. for storage. F/S, W/D incl. All utilities extra. Pets negot. Avail. Oct. 1. $1050/mth Call 250-923-6946

TENT TRAILER All Season. , Chalet, deluxe model, ďŹ berglass const’n, c/w stove, fridge, furnace, skylight & more. Excellent condition Serious buyers welcome to view. $8500. 250-338-9772

UTILITY TRAILERS 2014 MARATHON Galvanized steel utility trailer, 60x120 with 15� extension, 3 way ramp, 4 tie downs, 2720lbs. $1300. Call (250)287-3333.

MARINE BOATS 16 FOOT Glass Ply Free. 250-286-3035

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FISHING KAYAK, Old Town Predator 13, 2015 (see internet for info) with portage wheels, $690. (250)287-4855. WILDERNESS SYSTEM Tarpon 120 ďŹ shing kayak with portage wheels. Call (250)2874855.

SAYWARD. 2/3 bdrm, 1 bth. Surrounded by 5 acres of riverfront. $750/mth. 778-420-4346

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WANTED:

OFFICE SPACE for rent: Newer building in the downtown business district has second oor suites available at very competitive rates. Rental rates inclusive of common area costs. Suites approx. 1400 and 750 sq. ft. Lots of public parking. Call 250-2873445 for more information.

RENTALS

COMMERCIAL/INDUSTRIAL

Call for more rental info 250.286.0110

HOMES FOR RENT

MERCHANDISE FOR SALE

2116 B South Island Highway, Sunrise Square Âť 250-923-1521 Tuesday - Saturday 10am-4pm

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QUADRA PHILLIPINES CONNECTIONS 21st Annual Giant Fundraising Garage Sale Sunday, Sept 20, Quadra Community Centre on West Road, 10am-2pm.

LANDSCAPING ADAMS TREE SERVICE. Hedge trimming, tree pruning & removal. Stump grinding/removal. Brush chipping. 250203-5324

REAL ESTATE

• 1689 Passage View - ocean view 3-4 bedroom house-furnished or not Available Nov 1. Rent $1650.00 • 365 Carolyn Rd- 3 bedroom house 1 bath with 5 appliances & Garage. Available Nov 1. Rent $1325.00

GARAGE SALES

Finishing and Renovations

RENTALS

YORK Rd. Brand new, fully furnished & equipped studio suite. $750/mth, ref. req. Avail. Oct. 1, 2015 - Apr. 30 2016. 250-923-6946. Virtual Tour @ www.cottonwoodranch.ca.

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• #5 & 6 -1340 Creekside - New 1600 sq ft with single car garage. Available Nov 1. Rent $1550.00 • 7886 Fairview Rd- fully furnished suite with all utilities incl in Black Creek available now. Rent $795.00

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307 S McLean St - Estate Sale! Flat screen tv’s, couches, beds, tools & woodworking equipment (lots!), antique dining room set, many misc household items. 3846 ISLAND Hwy. S. Moving sale. HH items, toys, clothes, etc. Sat. Sept. 19, 8:30amnoon 4013A ISLAND HWY S. Out of business orist/estate/moving sale. Barter is key. Selling giftware, home decor. New items from $0.50 to $1500. Dressers, mirrors, artwork, collector pieces, dog kennels, ofďŹ ce supplies, lamps, crafting books. 1 or 2 tables @ garage sale prices, the remainder will go up in $10 increments. Xmas is coming, take advantage now. New products out daily. Rain or shine. Sat./Sun. Sept. 19/20, 10am-4:30pm WILLOW POINT- 531 Alexander Drive, Sat. Sept 19, 8:30am-11:30. New items Quality clothing, vintage & retro,men’s, women’s, kid’s clothes. Kitchenware, cook books, and some collectibles.

Gardening, Pruning, Top Dressing, Small Landscaping Designs & Rubbish Removal

• 437 A Lutod - 2 bdrm 1 bath shared laundry . Heat & Hydro incl. Available Oct 1. Rent $995.00

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HOMES FOR RENT

GARAGE SALES Wed. Deadline: Mon. at 3pm Fri. Deadline: Wed. 3pm

HANDYPERSONS RENO’S HOME IMPROVEMENT & REPAIR. Install & repair of: fencing, vinyl siding, stairs, roof. Painting: interior/exterior. All general repairs. Dump runs. All work guaranteed. 250-203-3315

GABRIELE’S GARDENING

• Ocean View 3 bed Condo: with 1 bath & 6 appl. Recently reno’d w heated tile floor & engineered hardwood. Oct 1st @ $1300/mo • Furnished 2 Bed Condo: with 1 bath & 5 appl. 2nd floor walk-up, ocean view. Oct 1st @ $1300/mo hydro incl. • Creekside Way Townhouse: 3 years old 3 bed, 2 ½ bath with 6 appl and single car garage. Sept 21st @1350/mo. Cat okay w deposit. • Ocean View Home: Centrally located 3 bed, 2 ½ bath home w 5 appl. Oct 1st @ $1600/ mo. Small dog or cat okay w deposit. Houses! Condos! Apartments! What do you have? Full Service Property Management @ 8%. Call Jennifer for assistance with your rental needs! www.willowpointrealty.ca

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HEROES – All the 10 pin bowlers who supported our Tuesday morning and Wednesday evening drop league throughout the summer. Whether you came once or several times you are all appreciated. Special thanks to Lorrie, Shirley, Marlene, Mary and Wendy and anyone who helped out each week to make the job easier for me and covered or me while I was away. It was a lot of fun.– Sheila Stormo HEROES – On behalf of the members of the Campbell River Sea Cadet Corps, I would like to thank all the generous people as well as businesses who stepped up and donated bottles and cans to us after our compound was broken into and our previous collection was stolen. The funds we raise go towards the maintenance and upkeep of our hall so that the cadets have a place to parade weekly. – Sean and Krista Cooke HEROES – A shout out from Greenways Land Trust to the heros at Strategic Wildfire whose standby crews liberated Douglas fir getting choked by Ivy on the Museum oceanfront and dug out Yellow Flag Iris from the Myrt Thompson trail in recent weeks. Removing invasive species from these sensitive ecological areas will reap benefits for years to come. – Libby King, Greenways Land Trust

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Society seeking support to provide haven for new moms The goal of the Campbell River Perinatal Society is to provide a safe, caring home environment with a live-in mentor for new mothers who are struggling with substance abuse issues. The home is to be called the New Dawn House and will enable at-risk women to make a positive change in their lives during pregnancy and up to the first eighteen months of their child’s life. The heart behind this idea is Dawn Pomponio’s, founding board member of the Campbell River Perinatal society. Pomponio has first-hand experience with the urgent needs of new mothers through her work as a Registered Nurse and Lactation Consultant with the Healthy Beginnings program at the Campbell River Hospital. After years of seeing women struggle to make positive life changes during the critical childbearing years without the proper support and mentoring needed, Pomponio decided to take action and formulated the vision for the New

Dawn House. Her nursing colleague, Laurie Robinson, confirms the need of a maternity home in our community: “The New Dawn House will provide a healthy, safe, mentoring environment for these women to make the transformational changes that they are desiring. Support given at New Dawn House will be life changing for them and their child.” Pomponio adds, “The people of Campbell River have been supportive in their donation of goods and furnishings for the New Dawn House. Where we are lacking is in the funds needed to sustain the home, pay rent and utilities. We are looking for community supporters who are willing to partner with us on a fundraising front, because without this support, the New Dawn House may never come to fruition and the women who need it may slip through the cracks.” Community minded people can also support the efforts of

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Merecroft Veterinary Clinic hosting open house to celebrate 20 years in Campbell River The Merecroft Veterinary Clinic opened its doors on Sept. 12, 1995 with a clear vision – to serve the Campbell River pet community to the best of its ability. Through the years, that goal of excellence has remained the same, but the services provided have been continually expanded to meet the needs of their patients. This includes state of the art technology, such as digital radiography (conventional and dental), laser treatment (surgical and therapeutic), ultrasound (diagnostic and therapeutic), complete in-house blood analyzers, acupuncture, veterinary spinal manipulation, canine rehabilitation (post-surgical), dentistry (with visiting specialist Dr. Loic Legendre), soft tissue and orthopaedic surgery and internal medicine. Through the years, they have evolved from a practice seeing primarily cats and dogs, to one that now treats hedgehogs, birds, snakes, rats, reptiles and the odd chicken, duck and tarantula!

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They also spearheaded a highly successful "Go Loonie for the SPCA" campaign to raise funds and awareness for the local SPCA, the culmination of which raised $50,000 plus an additional $10,000 pledged by the City of Campbell River. As a result, Merecroft Veterinary Clinic was the recipient of the prestigious BCSPCA Stu Rammage award for leadership in animal welfare. Merecroft Veterinary Clinic is hosting it's 20 year anniversary celebration open house this Saturday, September 19th 11am to 2pm.

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Annual Terry Fox Run sets off from Frank James Park Sunday “I’m not a dreamer, and I’m not saying this will initiate any kind of definitive answer or cure to cancer, but I believe in miracles. I have to.” – Terry Fox, a true Canadian hero.

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erry Fox had a single dream: a world without cancer. He sought to reach out to every corner of Canada, and beyond, when he embarked on his Marathon of Hope. Terry Fox ran the equivalent of a marathon a day for 143 days straight on one leg, to raise awareness for the need for research funding. When his own cancer spread, he was forced to stop running but his dream to find a cure for cancer lives on. This year marks the 35th annual Terry Fox Run and Campbell River organizers invite you to help keep Terry’s message alive. The Terry Fox Run

has a long standing tradition in Campbell River since 1986. Chris Flood joined this tradition as Run Organizer in 2013. Flood and the local organizing committee extend an invitation to the community of Campbell River to join them on Run Day. Over 100 communities in British Columbia will be running to keep the dream of Terry Fox alive. “The Terry Fox Foundation funds research in all kinds of cancer, believing as Terry did, that we need to conquer this disease once and for all”, says Donna White, Provincial Director for the Terry Fox Foundation British Columbia and Yukon. By participating, you will become an integral part of carrying Terry’s torch and helping your community contribute to the nearly $700 million already raised for cancer research worldwide, in Terry’s name. It

Terry Fox’s Marathon of Hope has inspired Canadians for 35 years.

is due to the continuous efforts of communities like Campbell River, that money fundraised

in Terry’s name has made a difference for so many Canadians. Terry’s vision and

courage have helped to change and reshape Canada in many ways. Importantly, it transformed cancer research here – establishing a new attitude and threshold regarding what kind of investment was necessary to support cancer research. The Terry Fox Foundation differs from other organizations in that 84 cents of every dollar is donated directly to cancer research initiatives, making The Foundation an industry leader in national investment and fundraising accountability. To date, over 1,212 cancer research projects have been funded by The Foundation. This year’s event takes place on the National Run Day, Sept. 20. Registration is at 9 a.m. with warm-up at 9:50 a.m. and start time at 10 a.m. Starting at the Seawalk at Frank James Park (Willow Point), the Terry Fox Run will move north 2.5 km to its turnaround point at Rotary Beach Park. The focus for the event is now moving

towards family fun and an event that is not just for the run. People and families of all ages are welcome to attend the event and walk with a stroller, bike, roller blade, and move along with a friend or bring your kids, grandma and grandpa too! The Runs are a noncompetitive, all-inclusive, family oriented activity where participants can run, walk, blade or bike. Registration is by donation with no minimum pledge amount. Participants have the option to be recognized as a corporate team, individual participants, or even a member of “Terry’s Team” of cancer survivors. Every participant is a special part of the cause, as living proof

that cancer research saves lives. “If you’ve given a dollar, you are part of the Marathon of Hope.” Terry taught us that every contribution matters. We urge you come out and join Campbell River in contributing to a world without cancer. To register, visit: www. terryfox.ca/terryfoxrun/ campbellriver. FACEBOOK: Terry Fox Run 2015 - Campbell River For more information on the run in Campbell River, contact: Chris Flood, Run Organizer. 250-895-0077, thebcfloods@shaw.ca. For more information on the Terry Fox Foundation, contact: Donna White, Provincial Director, The Terry Fox Foundation, British Columbia and Yukon.

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Fix 400 cats in four weeks launched On Spet. 9, the BC SPCA Campbell River Branch launched Fix 400 Cats in Four Months, a promotional campaign inviting local residents to spay and neuter kittens and cats at no cost to themselves through a grant project funded by PetSmart Charities of Canada. “We are asking the community to help us achieve our goal and take advantage of this limitedtime resource,” says Stephanie Arkwright, BC SPCA Campbell River Branch manager. “It’s very important that everyone spay and neuter their pets, a decision that provides lifelong health benefits and will ultimately help reduce the number of homeless and abandoned kittens and cats on the streets.” Currently, all Campbell River residents can fix their cats for free. The Branch is also asking the community to help them by taking in their neighborhood stray and feral cats to get fixed. The program is expected to close in January 2015, but may wrap up sooner if 400 surgeries are reached before the goal date. For more information call 250-287-7766.


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Thulin Stree fire destroys garage and damages adjacent building

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Firefighters extinguished this Thulin St. garage which was fully engulfed inflames Monday night.

No one was injured, but nearby homes were evacuated during a fire that completely destroyed a garage and damaged a neighbouring outbuilding in the 500 block of Thulin Street Monday. At 9:54 p.m. on Sept. 14, Campbell River Fire Department responded to a garage fire at 520 Thulin Street. “Crews arrived to find the 20-by-30 foot garage fully involved at the rear of the property. As a pre-

cautionary measure, fire crews evacuated nearby homes until the fire was brought under control,” says deputy fire chief Thomas Doherty. “A quick response from fire crews prevented the fire from spreading to the residence on the property and the residences on either side of the property.” The home on the property did suffer heat damage to the siding, and the fire spread to a neighbour’s outbuilding,

located in close proximity to the burning garage, and the neighbour’s building suffered significant damage. “Early detection of this fire and notification to the fire department and the quick response of crews were critical factors in limiting the spread of this fire,” Doherty adds. An estimate of the loss has yet to be determined, and fire investigators were on scene this week to determine a cause.

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The Strathcona Regional District is taking one more shot at trying to take its meetings on the road. The board, at its meeting Wednesday afternoon, considered hosting its strategic planning session outside of the Campbell River regional district offices. The discussion followed up on a concept

struck down by the board in August. At that time, directors rejected holding regular board meetings in other communities within its jurisdiction due to high costs and issues with connectivity in some of the more remote communities. As a compromise, Russ Hotsenpiller, CAO of the regional district, suggested the board move outside the regional district offices for its Janu-

ary strategic planning session. “A further consideration is to hold the strategic planning session ‘on the road’ thereby satisfying the board’s expressed interest in visiting its member communities, but without the trappings and organization associated with a regular board meeting,” Hotsenpiller said. But the board Wednesday wasn’t able to come to a decision on where

exactly that should be. Sayward Director John MacDonald offered his community while board chair Jim Abram, and Quadra Island director, suggested Tsa-Kwa-Luten Lodge. Area D Director Brenda Leigh said the Oyster Bay Resorts have “beautiful meetings rooms” and electronic reception. Area A Director Gerald Whalley said he didn’t know why the board was having the discussion in

the first place. “I can’t understand why we would want to incur extra costs on our taxpayers just for a simple meeting,” Whalley said. “It seems to me there’s no big advantage to doing this. What’s the big deal in just having it here? There’s nothing wrong with this place.” Campbell River Director Ron Kerr said the point was to engage the other communities within the regional dis-

trict. “We have been looking at doing an off-site meeting. If we make it a regular meeting, it is too complicated to do, this give us an opportunity to move off site without incurring all that additional cost and electronic issues,” Kerr said. “I think it’s a good opportunity.” He suggested that all the communities have a chance to sell their facilities and make the selection process competitive.

Abram said while that Kerr’s suggestion was valid, the recommendation was made to consider either Campbell River, Area D, or Quadra because of “close proximity, travel, and the time of year (January).” In the end, the board chose to defer making a decision on the location until the next board meeting, when staff can come back with a report on specific options and location costs.

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More than just golf

Kaitlyn Herbert (left) from Papa Murphy’s Pizza dishes out some lunch – albeit at around 10 a.m. –  at the Hospital Foundation Golf Tournament on Saturday at Storey Creek Golf Course. Meanwhile, the ladies of the Campbell River Altrusa Club (right) had some fun beside the 12th tee. MIKE DAVIES/CAMPBELL RIVER MIRROR

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Campbell River Mirror, September 18, 2015  

September 18, 2015 edition of the Campbell River Mirror