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A vacuum-like machine is used to clean the artificial turf field of debris on a monthly basis, or, in this case, when glass is found on the field.
Artificial turf field vandalised JOCELYN DOLL CAMPBELL RIVER MIRROR
There has been ongoing minor vandalism since the artificial turf field opened earlier this year, but this week it got worse. On Thursday morning City Recreation work crews were out picking up glass and cigarette butts from centre field before using a vacuumlike machine to do a more thorough cleaning. There were also burn marks on the turf, something that the city crews
cannot fix. “On the odd occasion we have someone defecating on the centre dot as well,” said Brad Sephton, Green Space Coordinator for the city. Though there are security cameras overlooking the field, Sephton said they have been unable to get face shots of the vandals. At the moment parks staff are doing regular inspections to stay on top of clean-up after the fact, but Sephton said he’s sure that the police will get involved if necessary.
Park crews found burn marks on the artificial turf field Thursday morning. There was also glass and cigarette butts. Though the garbage can be cleaned up, nothing can be done by the city workers to fix the burn marks.
check stops that were set up in several locations, including McIvor Lake, downtown Campbell River, Willow Point and access roads to the Inland Highway. These check stops resulted in numerous drivers being issued Immediate Roadside Suspensions and their vehicles impounded. Four drivers were detained under the Criminal Code of Canada for Impaired Operation of a Motor Vehicle and charges are being forwarded. One of the individuals is believed to have been operating a motor vehicle with nearly three times the legal limit of alcohol in his body. Despite the extensive enforcement efforts by the RCMP, one person succumbed to their injuries as a result of a single vehicle collision on Hwy 28 on Aug. 2. Police suspect that alcohol was a contributing factor in this collision and North Vancouver Island Traffic Services are continuing to investigate. The Campbell River RCMP wish to extend their appreciation to the citizens of this community who assisted in making their roadways a safer place over this busy long weekend.
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As a result of citizens reporting suspected impaired drivers to police, several vehicle stops were initiated and the subsequent investigations lead to drivers were being issued driving prohibitions and their vehicles impounded. In total, four persons are facing criminal code impaired driving charges, four individuals received a 90 day Driving Prohibition, two individuals received a 24 hours Driving Prohibition for Drugs, three individuals received a 24 hours Driving Prohibition for Alcohol, one individual received a three-day Driving Prohibtion, one individual continues to be investigated for impaired operation of a motor vehicle and one individual succumbed to their injuries in what is being investigated as an impaired related motor vehicle collision. “Please enjoy your summer and be responsible if you are planning on consuming alcohol. Alcohol is the leading cause of death on our roadways and the Campbell River RCMP, working in partnership with North Vancouver Island Traffic Services, will be actively targeting persons who choose to drive after they have consumed alcohol,” said Const. Biller.
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Olympics still worth celebrating In recent years, the Olympic Games – and the organization in charge, the International Olympic Committee – have rightly taken some knocks. The IOC has come under fire much in the same way that soccer organization FIFA has, with allegations of all manner of corruption afoot, from host cities spending big bucks to convince IOC voters to choose them, to funds for venue construction mysteriously disappearing, as was reportedly the case at the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia. On that note, costs to host the Olympic Games have skyrocketed into the billions, which leaves the We say: In spite majority of right-thinkof everything, we ing cities – potential host all of them – to bow still love to watch sites, out on their own, lest our athletes their bids bankrupt its own residents. This leaves only bidders who are, in many ways, unsuitable to host such an event. Which brings us to this summer’s event in Rio, where organizers are so far behind they’ve given up much on the to-do list already – including the muchpublicized cleaning up of the outdoor water venues, which have reportedly made people sick. With all these issues, many have suggested the Olympic Games are simply no longer worth it, but try telling that to the hundreds of athletes who’ve waited four years – or in some cases, a lifetime – to perform on this, the biggest of stages. When the Games start on Friday (Aug. 5), many of the problems – with Rio specifically and the Olympic committee as a whole – will simply be pushed to the background, for better or worse, as we watch athletes soar to great heights. In spite of everything, we still love to watch the athletes, in their country’s colours, strive to be the best in the world. It is still among the most prestigious sports titles any athlete can earn. It has inspired millions to cheer, to cry, to hold our breath. It’s about pride and inspiration – and that’s worth saving. – Black Press
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September is around the corner - a good time for some words of encouragement for our soon-to-be Grade 8s and their nervous parents. Parents, put yourself in your thirteen-year-old’s place for a moment: It’s the first day of high school, that much-moreimposing version of the safe little place you’ve attended since you were five. You’ve walked past it. You’ve seen those adultsized ‘kids.’ Some of them look like TV characters, and not in a good way. Now you have to actually walk through those big doors and make your way in this bigger world. Definitely, things will feel different. The place will seem noisy and crowded. But you’ll have your own very special personal space: your
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locker. Put your decorative Apply the three key principles: skills to work! organize, organize and orgaNearby will be many of your nize. Use a three-ring binder friends from Grade 7, and their for each subject. Don’t combine familiar faces will help cushion them, and don’t mix them up. the shock.New to the neigh- Everything about Science goes bourhood and don’t know in your Science binder and anyone? Don’t worry; nobody nothing else! can tell by lookWa n t y o u r ing. Just stand up teachers to like straight and smile GUEST you? Be on time. confidently. It COMMENT T h e y h ate it actually helps. when students stroll casually The teachers know that you in just after the bell. Be willhave a lot to get used to. You ing to make eye contact, and won’t get yelled at for losing you’ll seem more like a person your way and being late on to them. Don’t chat with your the first day or two. You won’t friend while the teacher is talkget locked in a locker. You ing … ever! will be amazed how quickly it Oh, and get your homework all becomes familiar. In fact, done. when you go back to visit your It seems too obvious to even Grade 7 teacher (who will be bother saying, but almost delighted, by the way), your old everyone who fails a course school will suddenly look tiny has at least a couple of missing and cute. assignments. Even one blank Want to get good marks? in your record is the same as a
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zero, and can bring you down by a letter grade. Parents, be excited with your kid about this big adventure. Sometimes as children move into their teens they can become disconnected from their parents. This doesn’t have to be. Make a point of attending every single parent-teacher interview. Even if your kid is doing fine and there isn’t much to discuss, do it to keep up your connection with the school. Familiarity with your child’s daytime world will strengthen your relationship through the complicated years ahead. Patrick Truelove is a retired elementary and secondary teacher who has lived and worked in North Delta for over 30 years, but his words resonate here, as well. Patrick taught drama, English, social studies and law.
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Seeleys take a moment to thank Campbell River To the Community of Campbell River: Twenty-two years ago I walked into Boston Pizza International seeking a franchise. I knew little about the company and even less about running a restaurant, but I was intrigued about their philosophy of community involvement, something that was common in my research about BP. Fast forward to 2016 and it is a decision that my wife and I do not regret. Yes there were times we actually wondered if the business would succeed. The lows were the loss of industry, jobs and more importantly friends and guests from our community. The highs have
exceeded the lows; Our involvement with the first Tour de Rock, Our infamous partnership with the RCMP offering free pizzas for safe driving during the Christmas holidays, and being recognized as large business of the year. We were one of the original sponsors of the Brind’amour Golf Classic and sponsored the first carvings contest. Since then we have proudly supported over 100 charities and events, contributing over $300
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ichael Duncan has had a remarkable life. The 82 year-old has danced for the Queen of England. He’s been a forest ranger in Northern Ontario. He’s lived homeless on the streets to research unemployment issues for a book – one of over 16 he has written and published. He’s crashed a biplane. He’s started a theatre school. He’s curated museums. He’s an award-winning artist who has owned seven art galleries. He’s taught both martial arts and creative writing courses and he’s always volunteered for numerous boards of directors and charitable organizations. But what he’s most proud of, in some ways, is the work he’s undertaken in the past decade or so, doing what he can for abused animals. You see, 16 years ago when he lost his wife of 30 years, Duncan found himself lost, as well. He admits, looking back on it, that he didn’t cope
well with his grief. But, two years later, as fate would have it, a saviour arrived in his life just when he needed one. One of his students in the martial arts class he was teaching was a veterinarian. The student had an Australian cattle dog named Ellie for whom he was looking to find a home. Ellie had been beaten and found dying in a field surrounded by her eight already-dead pups. Duncan met Ellie, they fell in love immediately, and he had a new best friend for many years. Ellie has now passed from the world as well, but Duncan keeps her memory alive. He has formed a fund called Artists Helping Abused Animals (A-HAA) to help the people who help abused animals and has been creating pen and ink drawings of B.C. heritage scenes and landscapes, donating the entire proceeds to various charities who need the help. It’s been going well on the Lower Mainland, so
he’s decided to start the same thing here. “I’ve realized, in my short time here, that Campbell River really loves its pets,” Duncan says. “So I want to do my part to help them here, too.” So he’s mirroring his past efforts in Langley, where he has raised thousands of dollars for animal causes, and has begun selling his original, unframed pen and ink drawings in both Pier Street Gallery and Awatin Aboriginal Arts for $200 apiece with all the proceeds going to various local charities and non-profits, whether it’s the SPCA or another animal cause the buyer would like to support. “I went to a school where – it sounds strange in this modern era – where we were taught that you should be like an ancient knight,” he says by way of explanation. That school was Gordonstoun, a boarding school in Northern Scotland which just so happens to also be where three generations of British
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Michael Duncan, who recently relocated to Campbell River, has put some of his original pen and ink drawings up for sale at both Pier Street Gallery and Awatin Aboriginal Arts for $200 apiece to benefit local animal causes.
royalty have been educated, including Prince Charles. “We were taught that you look after those who can’t look after themselves. You protect women and you protect animals. So all of the money from my books, I give away – I’ve given away over $1 million from the sale of my books – and all of the money from my art, I
for abused animals, Duncan is out enjoying this beautiful part of the world he now calls home, getting inspiration for more work – but he can’t venture very far. “I’m partially crippled, because 50 years as a martial arts instructor has done me in,” he says, laughing light-heartedly as he groans slightly standing from his chair.
So if you are met by a nice older gentleman along the side of the Seawalk who asks if he can “say hello to your dog,” that’s probably him. For more information on Duncan’s efforts, or to get involved, pop into either Pier Street Gallery or Awatin Aboriginal Art downtown, and they’ll put you in touch with him.
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Home sales a bit cooler in July
Home sales cooled somewhat last month but posted a 19 per cent increase over July 2015. In July 2016, 608 single-family homes sold on the MLS System compared to 512 last July. Month over month, sales decreased by 15 per cent from the 712 sales processed in June 2016. Last month’s active listings for single-family homes totalled 1,577, down 34 per cent from the 2,391 reported in July 2015 and beating last month’s figure of 1,621. This is a historic low for VIREB, which began tracking inventory levels in 1999. The last time inventory was this low was in 2005, when the number of single-family homes for sale dropped to 1,629. Economic factors fuelling the provincial housing market are strong consumer confidence, robust retail sales, and high employment growth. With GDP sitting at 3.5 per cent, British Columbia’s economy continues to lead the country. ly.” Low inventory is also contributing to rising benchmark prices for single-family homes, townhouses, and apartments. Despite those increases, however, the Vancouver Island housing market continues to be affordable compared to the Lower Mainland and Victoria. “Home buyers in the VIREB area have a variety of price points as options,” adds Hoffman. “The benchmark price of a single-family home ranges from a low of $209,600 in Port Alberni to a high of $443,800 in the Parksville-Qualicum area, so there is a price to suit almost everyone.” In July 2016, the benchmark price
of a single-family home in the VIREB area was $379,900, up just under 12 per cent from one year ago. The benchmark price of an apartment rose by 9.77 per cent to hit $207,900 while the benchmark price of a townhouse increased to $277,900, up just over 10 per cent from one year ago. Benchmark pricing tracks the value of a typical home in the reported area. The average price of a single-family home last month was $409,816, an increase of 12 per cent over July 2015. The July 2016 benchmark price of a single-family home in the Campbell River area was $301,400, an increase of 5.57 per cent over July 2015. In the Comox Valley, the benchmark price was $371,000, up 10.68 per cent from 2015. Duncan reported a benchmark price of $326,700, an increase of just over nine per cent compared to July 2015. Nanaimo’s benchmark price rose 15.46 per cent to $409,700 while the Parksville-Qualicum area saw its benchmark price rise by 17 per cent to $443,800. The price of a benchmark home in Port Alberni was $209,600, up 7.86 per cent from one year ago. -30- VIREB represents approximately 995 REALTOR members in nearly 90 member offices on Vancouver Island (north of Victoria). VIREB cautions that average price information can be useful in establishing trends over time, but does not indicate the actual prices in centers comprised of widely divergent neighbourhoods or account for price differential between geographic areas.
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Don McIver, 89, shows off an original 12-foot lapstrake rowboat built by Campbell River boatbuilder Ed Painter in 1952. The annual Passage on the Passage human-powered vessel crossing of Discovery Passage will be held on Saturday, Aug. 13 and McIver is being honoured by Passage on the Passage organizers. During the 1950’s, McIver rowed in much of Discovery Passage and the Gulf of Georgia usually in pursuit of salmon. Recently, he sold the boat to one of his previous Passage On The Passage rowing partners, Bridget Pomeroy. As this year’s event approached, however, McIver’s passion for rowing returned and he borrowed the boat for the annual event. With McIver will be his longtime friend Stan Goodrich also of Campbell River. McIver and Goodrich served on the Campbell River Environmental Council for many years and in 1993 unearthed the documents in Victoria that proved that the present day Beaver Lodge Lands were put in a trust by the provincial Government in 1931 to be used exclusively as an experimental forest.
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Explaining Donald Trump as well as Brexit Things are never quite as they seem. As political pundits and commentators try to explain the extraordinary decision of Great Britain to leave the European Union and the bizarre rise of Donald Trump as the Republican’s candidate for the US presidency, they consider only the surface issues. The gist of their conclusions is that a growing distance between the rulers and the ruled has allowed the empty space to be filled by the unusual and eccentric. In essence, they contend, the political elite are not communicating
with the common people, so strange positions and characters have an appeal that would otherwise be dismissed as irrelevant or fringe. But this is only the surface explanation. Beneath it are far more profound and disturbing issues that are much more uncomfortable to confront and articulate — issues that politicians are reluctant to explore lest they be deemed radicals. And, perhaps, many voters may not be clearly aware that the actual source of their discontent is the system itself. The stunning events
occurring lately have The only way to underbeen a vote of stand their colnon-confidence lective psycholfor the whole ogy of protest socio-economic is from a disstructure that is tance that gives the foundation perspective to of our modern the cumulative materialistic effects of the culture, a colsystem’s many lective reaction failures. against a way Local comOpinion of thinking and munities behaving that is everywhere are usually unquestioned. haunted by the sorry Put succinctly, the sys- necessity for food banks, tem is not delivering and by the sad plight of the distributing its promised homeless, and by the risbenefits, the frustrated ing rates of poverty. If and disillusioned citizens the system is so successare searching for change, ful, what explains these and the best they can do social injustices? Prois to reject the status quo. found income inequities
are shrinking the middle class and bifurcating society into isolated classes of the odiously rich and the struggling poor. These are not the signs of a just and viable system. Free-trade agreements and the corporate forces of globalization are crippling the autonomy of governments, destroying employment security and disenfranchising voters. The methodical collapse of a reasonably compassionate social structure into an impersonal economic machine of engineered winners and losers makes for a
disquieting place to live. Then add to this corrosive pall the demoralizing effects of ubiquitous pollution, a worldwide energy structure in upheaval, the intractable malaise of the Great Recession, the insanity of terrorism, record numbers of refugees, and a rising human population that is crowding into cities, more places which are becoming progressively more difficult to organize as convenient, comfortable and affordable locations to inhabit. And hovering over these shadows is a warming planet with all the concomitant threats
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Bantam Tyees book spot in provincials The Bantam Tyees are in Chilliwack this weekend to compete for the U15 A provincial title. The Tyees earned their spot with a second place finish in Island playdowns hosted at Nunns Creek Park last weekend. Victoria Eagles placed first and will also be in Chilliwack. Meanwhile, here’s some photos of Tyees action against Nanaimo on Sunday.
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Campbell River soccer girls pivotal in helping Vancouver Island/Coast win silver
ight zones and their best female soccer players from all over B.C. were represented in three days of soccer at this year’s BC Summer Games. The Vancouver Island/ Coast team was made up of athletes from up and down the Island and the coast. In particular, three athletes from
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Campbell River – Charlie Borrie, defender; Kaitlyn Dreger (pictured left), midfielder, and Rowen Flood, goalkeeper – were key to the success of the team. The “Islanders” went undefeated in their pool with two wins and a tie. Playing with high energy and tenacity, the Vancouver Island girls went on to play the Gold
medal game against Fraser Valley. Spectators witnessed the best of B.C.’s female soccer players playing a headto-head. Tough competition from Zone 3 Fraser Valley ended the game with the Islander’s only loss of the tournament, 2-0; resulting in Vancouver Island/Coast earning a silver medal.
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Ashley Adie makes a splash with her favourite sport
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or Special Olympic athlete Ashley Adie, participating in sports is more than just part of an active lifestyle, it also helps maintain a positive outlook. “I don’t know where I would be,” Adie said. “ [Special Olympics] gives me something to look forward to.” Adie first got involved when her family moved her to Campbell River
from Prince George in 2003. The sport she wanted to participate in wasn’t available so she tried swimming instead and fell in love with it. In mid -July she competed in the BC Summer games, finishing third in two of her five events. One such finish was she beat the fourth place swimmer by less than a second. “Me and the fourth place girl we couldn’t tell who beat who,” Adie said with a laugh. “We
program. As part of an ongoing series, the Mirror introduces another one of our wonderful Special Olympians. were debating it afterwards.” During the regular season Adie is in the pool two days a week. While she was preparing for the summer games she was training three or four days a week. As well as swimming Adie bowls, plays soccer, competes in track and field and snow shoes. Around here snow shoeing is lots of dry land training and driving up to the mountain on weekends. Her accomplishments
of note include last year’s Maximum Effort award from Campbell River Special Olympics. She said she felt honoured. It had been a tumultuous year and to be recognized for her perseverance was humbling. This year she received the Most Improved for track and field in recognition of taking on the 800 metre and improving her time as the season went on. At Provincials in 2005 she won four gold
Ashley Adie (above) brought home two bronze medals from the BC Summer Games this year. Adie competes in backstroke (left) as well as freestyle through Campbell River Special Olympics.
medals and one silver medal in her swimming events, and in the 2006 BC Winter Games she brought home two bronze and a silver in swimming. More recently, in a swim meet this past April she placed top three in three of her six events.
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Despite her successes, a the end of the day being a part of the Special Olympics gives her a reason to get out of the house and be social. “I’ve developed such a new network of friends and acquaintances and developed good relationships with the coaches,” she said.
Though she usually attends the Howie Meeker Golf Classic, this year she will be attending a childhood friend’s wedding back in Prince George. “I gave my friend heck for planning it for that weekend, but she’s like sorry,” Adie said with a laugh.
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GOLF Weekly One of the (deceptively) hardest shots in golf Mike Davies
“So we’re standing here in the middle of the fairway, and I’ve hit pretty much the perfect drive,” says Jason Tchir, head pro and general manager of Quadra Golf standing about 40 yards short of the 8th green. “And now I’ve got a shot I hate.” What’s so tough about it? Like he said, we’re right in the middle of the fairway, the pin is right smack in the middle of the green and there aren’t any hazards to worry about hitting over or around. “For me, it’s difficult because it’s about gauging down on the backswing with a wedge but still committing to the shot. It’s pretty easy for me to take a half backswing and then be intimidated and fluff my way through the swing.”
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He says he wouldn’t be so hesitant about the shot if the pin was at the back of the green, because he’d have a larger margin of error. Because he’s got to land the ball in about a three-to-five yard space at the front of the green in order to get it to actually stop anywhere near hole-high, backspin is crucial. “If you’re swinging at it 100 per cent, you’ve got a lot more backspin imparted on the golf ball, but when you’re swinging at 50 per cent, you’re not striking through the ball with as much force, so you’re not getting that spin.” So how do you play this shot?
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It’s not that you’re going to do anything “differently,” he says, but you do have to make sure you fully commit and focus on making solid contact, because it’s that contact that’s going to give it any spin at all. When you aren’t going to get much in the first place, you’d better squeeze all you can out of the shot, he says. Alternatively, if there’s no thick rough or other hazards between you and the green – as is the case with this particular shot – you could think about taking a lower-lofted club like a 9-iron and playing a bump-and-run. “For people that are maybe just getting going in golf or middle-handicappers, I would recommend taking less loft and maybe only flying it maybe half way and letting it run the rest of the way up and onto the green. It’s tough to predict which way it’s going to react when it hits and starts bouncing through the turf, but you’re taking a lot of the margin of error out of it that way. Or, he says, you can avoid the situation altogether by doing what his playing partner did on the hole: play less club off the tee so you ensure you’ve given yourself a full swing for your approach. “That’s not a terrible play,” he says. “It’s not a bad idea to do what you did and put yourself in a position where you actually have a full club in, because these partial ones are definitely tricky.”
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2470 Spring Road Spacious updated rancher on a beautifully treed and landscaped 0.97 acre property in Holly Hills. The home offers 1860 square feet and features a newer kitchen with eating bar and an adjacent family room with a fireplace and sliding doors out to a huge patio area in the private fully fenced back yard. There are 3 bedrooms with the spacious master bedroom and full ensuite located on one side of the house and the 2 other generous size bedrooms on the other side. The property offers tons of RV parking and thereâ€™s a separate driveway to the detached garage/shop.
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697 - 7th Avenue $204,800 MLS 412189 Renovated rancher located close to town, schools and all amenities. Freshly painted interior and renovated over the past 4 years with new siding, windows, floors, and kitchen. 3 spacious bedrooms, 2 baths and a fenced back yard with lane access. A great package at an affordable price; perfect for the first time home buyers or retirees.
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331 MacMillan Drive, Sayward $238,000 Great family home in Sayward! This 3 bedroom, 2 1/2 bath rancher features almost 1600 square feet of living space with vaulted ceilings, a skylight in the kitchen, bright bay window, electric heat pump, pellet stove, central air conditioning and a heated 4 foot crawl space. The master bedroom has a mountain view and a fabulous five piece ensuite. All this and it backs onto the park, village pond & estuary, and has a fully fenced yard with RV parking.
Quick possession possible to this 4 bedroom family home on a large lot! It’s close to schools and all amenities and has a brand new roof! There are 3 bedrooms on the main floor with another bedroom and family room down. Bring your decorating ideas and build some equity.
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2601 S. Island Hwy $1,275,000 MLS 4410880 Outstanding Waterfront Home. This private, executive rancher offers one level living with 2768 square feet and half an acre of property with 300 feet of waterfront. The gourmet kitchen is a chef’s dream with granite Counters, cork floors, and sliding doors to the fabulous back patio with stamped concrete, bar area and fire pit where you can sit and enjoy the views. The house also features a fabulous indoor pool and sauna. This is a one of kind property within walking distance to shopping and all amenities and just a short drive to first class golfing or skiing at Mount Washington.
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2470 Spring Road $515,000 MLS 405080 Spacious 3 bedroom rancher on a beautifully treed and landscaped 0.97 acre property. The home offers 1860 square feet and features a newer kitchen with eating bar and an adjacent family room with a fireplace and sliding doors out to a huge patio area in the private fully fenced back yard. The spacious master bedroom with full ensuite is located on one side of the house with the 2 other generous size bedrooms on the opposite side. The property offers tons of RV parking with a new driveway to the separate detached garage.
3550 Willow Creek Road $410,000 MLS 410654 Brand new rancher is an area of fine homes! This 1800 square foot plan features a very open main floor with a fireplace in the living room, spacious dining area and a big kitchen with island, pantry and easy access to the covered patio in the back yard. There are three spacious bedrooms on the main floor and a bonus room which could be a fourth bedroom or flex space for family room, craft room or man cave. The lot offers plenty of room for RV parking as well. Completion on this home is expected for November.
Country living! This 3 acre property is fenced and cross fenced for horses and has a carriage house style barn with two horse stalls, hay room and workshop on the main with a self -contained suite above. The main house has been updated and features a new kitchen and bathroom, and hardwood floors. There are 3 bedrooms on the main with another bedroom and family room in the basement. This is a beautiful peaceful and private property with loads of RV parking.
Brand new basement home ready for new owners! The fully finished house features a great room design on themain with a well designed kitchen and a cozy fireplace. There are 2 bedrooms and 2 full baths on themain with another bedroom, bathroom and large rec room in the basement. The yard is fence and there’s RV parking plus an oversized 17 x 24 garage. Don’t miss this one!
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.
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25 Taylor Way $317,800 MLS 411580 Loads of updating already done to this great family home. The roof & gutters, heating system, windows, the deck and the kitchen have all been redone within the past 9 years and it shows beautifully. There are 4 bedrooms plus a den and a family room and all rooms are spacious. French doors lead to the deck overlooking the yard which is almost ¼ acre in size. All this and a location convenient to town, schools and recreation!
100 S. Dogwood St. $239,900 MLS 412151 Nicely updated family home offers a newer kitchen, tile and laminate floors, recent paint, and new windows. There’s a huge deck off the kitchen for easy barbequing and enjoying the afternoon sun. There are 3 bedrooms up with another in the basement which has potential for a suite. The .23 acre yard has plenty of room for RV parking or even a shop. Great location close to the Arena, Merecroft Village Shopping Center and the hospital.
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Cheaper than Rent! 1-768 Robron Road Great value in this family home with 3 bed, 2 bath, private patio and yard area with kids park behind the complex. Mortgage payments cheaper than rent! Great investment with rentals allowed and low strata fees at $150/mth. Come view today! MLS# 408844
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4339 Island S Hwy MLS 402299 This house sits directly across the street from the beach with amazing views of the ocean. The house itself is 1141 sq ft. It comes with a heat pump and dual venting system, paved driveway, huge outdoor area for entertaining and has a Master bedroom and another room that faces the ocean for your work space or second bedroom. A fully fenced hobby farm with raised beds to grow your all your fresh produce, a shed for gardening tools and green house for the seedlings. A second builidng or studio on the other side of the driveway could be for a caretaker, in-law suite or someone with pets. It's set up is incredible because it also had a huge outdoor living space. And adjacent to this builidng is a dog kennel or chicken coupe. The other side of the driveway is RV parking, set up with electrical & septic discharge. This property is 1.43 acres. The owner has upgraded every part of property/house/sundeck for purpose and function. Book now for appt! $462,000
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315 Arizona Drive $394,900
“Discovery Homes presents” this new and beautiful large rancher with a “Bonus Room” - Situated in Campbell River’s newest subdivision. Huge oversized RV parking and on a nice level lot. Included is an efficient heat pump, hardwood living area, tiled kitchen and baths, gas fireplace, hot water on demand, and tasteful maple cabinetry. Large island in kitchen with grand walk-in pantry. Master has large walk-in closet, and spacious ensuite. Really good sized bedrooms and the ever desirable “Bonus Room” with its own 2 piece bathroom (use as a gym, theatre, office or an extra bedroom). Home is under construction and expected completion December 2016. Pick your colors, pick your flooring and make this one your own. Photos are replicas of previously built plan, changes at builder’s discretion.
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321 Arizona Drive $329,900 MLS 412177
318 Arizona Drive MLS 408851
VIEW!VIEW!VIEW! That’s right, “Discovery Homes” once again brings you this wonderfully designed new home at the top of the hill. Around 2700 sq ft, 4 bedroom plus a den and room for the whole family. Enjoy the 180 degree captivating views of the inside passage and coastal mountains from your open concept living area with loads of windows. Large rear deck to enjoy and a front deck also. Outstanding street appeal. Massive RV parking, large lot, and comes with a 2-5-10 New Home Warranty. Expected completion October 2016 or sooner. Not many properties with such an outstanding view as this gem. Plans may vary at builders discretion.
Jerry from “Discovery Homes” is doing it again. This home has great curb appeal. Lovely ambiance as soon as you walk through the front door. Open area main living space features a lovely centre island, walk in pantry, and an abundance of cabinets and counter space. You will love the oversized master bedroom with 3 piece ensuite and large walk-in closet. This 3 bedroom, 2 bath home has a very large Great room that will give you and your guests the extra room they need. Level lot and big RV parking. New and gorgeous! Under construction and expected completion December 2016. New ranch style homes are hard to find, so act now! And make this yours. Plans may vary at Builder’s discretion.
Discovery Homes is doing it again. New and beautiful large rancher with a “Bonus Room” - Situated in Campbell River’s newest subdivision. Huge oversized RV parking and on a nice level lot. Included is an efficient heat pump, hardwood living area, tiled kitchen and baths, gas fireplace, hot water on demand, and tasteful maple cabinetry. Large island in kitchen with grand walk-in pantry. Master has large walk-in closet, and spacious ensuite. Really good sized bedrooms and the ever desirable “Bonus Room” with its own 2 piece bathroom (use as a gym, theatre, office or an extra bedroom). Home is under construction and expected completion August 2016. Pick your colours, pick your flooring and make this one your own. Photos are replicas of previously built plan, changes at builder’s discretion.
Desirable Saratoga! Saratoga beach welcomes you to paradise. This custom home features the most incredible exterior which should be in Home and Garden magazine. Private rear yard, pergola, palm tree and more. RV parking for two extra large RVs. Double car garage and an extra bonus of a 700 sq ft attached shop to die for! 6 foot crawl throughout, the most incredible “Man Cave Ever”! Ladies, inside enjoy the open kitchen and family room with a see through gas fireplace into the formal living room. Stunning and plentiful custom cabinetry, huge eating bar, nook and a fully covered deck with bbq area. Words cannot explain. Grand master bedroom on the main floor with sitting area and wonderful ensuite. Steps from the most incredible white sandy beach, the jewel of Vancouver Island. Too many options to explain from this one owner built home. Must, must see!!
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2173 VARSITY DR Amazing 3600+ sqft home offering 3 Bdrm 3 bath Walk-out rancher with additional Bonus room Up and a possible in-law suite down. Attention to detail & quality construction. Private fully fenced and backing on green-space, irrigation , beautifully landscaped, RV Parking, Shed, and tons of storage.
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Gorgeous ocean & mountain views, wrap-around deck and attached sunroom, Well maintained custom built 4-bdrm, split level home. Featuring huge living room with high vaulted ceilings & tons of windows, separate family room with cozy fireplace & bright bay window. Garage plus extra long carport & attached shop.
Custom built 2,800+ sq/ft family home backing on parkland. Main level entry rancher with high 9’ ceilings, kitchen with granite counters, custom backsplash, island with veggie sink. Open dining expanded great room with gas fireplace. Master bdrm offers a walk-in closet, ensuite with separate shower & soaker tub. Downstairs offers 2 bdrms, bathroom, & a large family/media room with 2nd gas fireplace, custom blinds throughout, storage & separate workshop. Meticulously landscaped, irrigation, fenced private back yard &RV parking.
Beautiful 7 Bdrm 4 Bath home on .44 acre Ocean View lot in one of the most desirable areas of C.R. This 4250 sqft walkout rancher has all the main living on the 1st floor and downstairs you have room for the family, guest and a completed In-law suite. Updated kitchen, & new roof, hardwood floor and enjoy the wrap around deck, workshop and extra storage.
1,370 sq ft patio home fully finished ready to move into. Offering 3-bdrm 2-bath, 9”ft ceilings, great room open concept, pantry in kitchen, granite countertops, walk-in shower and soaker tub in master ensuite and walk-in closet and so much more.
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278 ARIZONA DR 2 year old Custom built 3 bdrm, 3 bath 2,000+ sqft home, with New Home Warranty. Main level entry with Master bdrm and den on the main , with 2 bdrms and a 2nd den up. Quality finishing with granite counters, vaulted ceilings, heat pump, hot water on demand, rare 5’10” crawlspace, ideal for shop space and easy storage, fenced & irrigated yard and even some ocean view.
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Unique open design home offers 3 bdrms + den and an open loft upstairs. The main living down features large living room with gas f/place and vaulted ceilings over the kitchen/dining. Big country covered veranda, on a nice corner lot located in central Willow Point close to shopping, schools, bus and the Sea Walk.
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This is the last of the large “B” plan units left in Shades of Green Estates. Choose your colours before this 1,683 sq/ft 3-bdrm 2-bath patio home is built and be moved in by mid-October. Heat pump, h/water on demand & 6 appliances all included (picture is of similar unit).
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This popular “mid-size” floorplan at Shades of Green Estates is perfect for the downsizing retiree. Open concept, 3-bdrm 2-bath with high 9’ ceilings, gas f/place, luxury ensuite and 6-piece appliance package included, all backing on Sequoia Springs Golf Course (picture is of similar unit).
Beautifully kept inside and out, this 3 Bdrm 2 bath 1436 sq ft home features a spacious open design with big bright windows all round. Master bedroom has a large walk-in closet and big 5 piece ensuite bathroom. Back yard is fully fenced & meticulously landscaped and backs onto Greenspace. Located in a wonderful neighbourhood, a short jaunt to Beaver Lodge, shopping and easy access to both highways.
Eloquently & Completely renovated 1000+ sqft 2 bdrm 2 bath rancher on a crawl space located on .16 of an acre in Maryland subdivision. New everything, kitchen appliances, 2 gas fireplaces, flooring, paint, windows, doors, roof, siding and hot water on-demand.
This zoned RM-3 over 1/2 acre multi family lot is just waiting for your ideas and plans. There will be beautiful mountain and ocean views from the upper floors. Current RM-3 zoning allows for medium to high density condos or apartments. The time to invest is now!
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Super 3BDS/1BTH/2 x 1/2BTHS with a small workshop/ shed and rear yard access. Very private. Bring your paint chips and make it your own. Plenty of room for family! $289,800 MLS#412973
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If you love ocean/mountain views and plenty of light, you will love this home! Lovingly cared for and oh-so spacious….3BDS/Den/3BTHS, sunken living room and a lovely deck across the front of the home. Circular drive, and fenced, park-like back yard with workshop and sheltered deck for BBQs. $429,900 MLS#410164
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682 Shellbourne Blvd. 3 bed/ 2 bath, Mountain view, large family room.
1900 Wood Rd Ocean View Duplex. 1 Bed, 1 bath a side.
716 Bowen 4 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, 2 story with main level entry, ocean views.
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2829 Apple Dr Bright sunny living room, large dining room, kitchen that overlooks your completely private park like back yard. Some recent upgrades include, newer roof, gas fireplace. Bring all the toys because there is lots of RV parking.You just won’t believe how quiet and private your new oasis is!! MLS 413158 $289,900
260 Thulin St 5 bedroom and 3 bathrooms. Panoramic Ocean & Mountain VIews. Immaculate home with many upgrades. $449,900 MLS 409919
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3777 Island Hwy South $1,499,000 MLS 390697
Endless possibilities, and opportunities with this stunning custom walk-on waterfront, West coast contemporary 4 bed, 3 bath home. Comes with separate 2 bed 2 bath detached ocean view suite, and a huge detached shop, CR-4 zoning
Spectacular, uninterrupted, semi water-front ocean view acreage located in the heart of Campbell River. Approximately 250 feet wide by 230 feet deep. R1 single family zoning. 2 bedroom, 1 bath rancher is placed on the South end of the lot.
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1731 Passage View Drive $850,000 MLS 377101
Built November 2015 and no gst payable! Fourplex with well thought out design and amenities - each unit 2 bedroom 2 bathroom. Two front units have ocean view and deck. Two rear units have private garden that’s fully fenced. Fuel efficient HRV, and built to current code which means 11 inche walls that are sound proof, earthquake and fire proof. Two parking stalls per unit. Fully tenanted. Good income, low expenses and maintenance free.
3779 Island Hwy South $725,000 MLS 409567
5 rental units currently earning approx $4000/mo. Great holding property. Perched atop prime ridge with super panoramic ocean view. You could even place your two McMansions on the 1.074 acres. That then becomes a purchase of two cheap building lots, shop around for a comparable bare land option and you’ll see what I mean.
Exceptional value buy opportunity. Prime location, walk on waterfront .56 acres with four bedroom, three bathroom home on a three foot crawl space.
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1510 Island Hwy South $550,000 MLS 404360
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652 Mariner Dr MLS 412637
Stunning panoramic ocean views are appreciated from both levels of this custom executive home. Four bedrooms, four bathrooms, 3782 sq. ft. main level entry home with a fully finished basement that boasts a media room, large family room and exceptional storage.
2160 Forest Grove Dr $569,900 MLS 410791
Executive custom built one owner 4 bd and 3 bath rancher with bonus in established high end neighbourhood. Over height ceilings, crown moulding, heated tile floors, granite countertop, custom lighting, Pynkado solid hardwood floors, fuel efficient heat pump with low monthly utilities, central vac, wired for hot tub. Just to name a few features!
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121 Dahl Road $549,000 +GST MLS 411083
4057 Island Hwy $449,900 MLS 403620
This is a lifestyle choice property. Minimal yard means you can lock up and take off for several months of the year, and then return to enjoy an easy living lifestyle with low maintenance yard and an ocean view. Guest will be wowed by the granite countertops, hardwood and heated tile floors throughout. Master bedroom conveniently located on the main and all doorways are oversized for wheelchair accessibility.
189 Strathcona Way $436,000 MLS 410285
Charming two bedroom home, approximately 1200 sqft, situated on a 0.79 acre panoramic ocean view high bank waterfront lot. Fully renovated - top to bottom, inside and out.
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Built 2015 and no GST!!! 2200 sq ft, 4 bed 3 bath. Lower level features a separate entry 1 bedroom suite. Large lot with RV parking, sprinklers, fully fenced. All appliances included. Nothing to do but move in!
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Custom built one owner home in established neighbourhood within walking distance to schools and walking trails. 3 bedroom, 3 bathroom, family and living rooms. Open concept kitchen/dining/living. Solid hardwood and tile throughout. A must see!
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225 Vermont Dr $379,900 +GST MLS 412378
Excellent patio home alternative. DHW Construction Ltd delivers with this 1499 sqft, 3 bedroom 2 bathroom rancher. Expect only the best: hardwood and tile, heated tile ensuite, stone countertops throughout, heat pump, HRV, natural gas hot water on demand, 4 ft crawl space.
2136 Park Road $369,900 MLS 410948
277 Vermont Dr $439,900 + GST MLS 408747
Taken down to the studs in 2011 and rebuilt to a lovely two level, 3 bedroom 2 bathroom home. Good sized half an acre lot with access to rear for concealed RV parking. Brand new everything! A must see!
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Outstanding 3 bedroom 2 bathroom 1700 sq ft rancher with a 6 foot crawl. Osha refuses to cut corners as evident in the specs: hot water on demand, high efficiency gas furnace (heat pump ready) plus a HRV, R50 in the attic, R22 in the walls, ICF foundation with the entire floor system (corbelled) set down inside the foundation which gives R26 insulation throughout the crawl space.
This is the house that Ralph built and that means meticulous quality and excellent value. Just over 2000 sq ft - this 4 bedroom 3 bathroom home lives like a rancher with the master on the main. Hands down unbeatable value.
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238 Michigan Pl $424,900 + GST MLS 408811
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233 Vermont Dr MLS 412425
243 Vermont Dr $359,900 +GST MLS 412383
Excellent patio home alternative. DHW Construction Ltd includes all the bells and whistles with this 1489 sqft, 3 bedroom 2 bathroom rancher. Vaulted ceiling great room, open concept living, hardwood and tile, heated tile ensuite, stone countertops throughout, heat pump, HRV, natural gas fireplace, hot water on demand, 4 ft crawl.
255 Vermont Dr $364,900 +GST MLS 412389
Excellent patio home alternative. DHW Construction Ltd provides only the best with this 1299 square foot, 3 bedroom 2 bathroom rancher. Open concept kitchen/dining/living. 11 ft vaulted ceiling entrance foyer and great room. Hardwood and tile. Stone countertops throughout. Heat pump and high energy efficiency HRV. Natural gas hot water on demand.
Excellent patio home alternative. DHW Construction Ltd spoils you with this 1298 sqft, 3 bedroom 2 bathroom rancher. Expect only the best of finishing including stone countertops throughout, heated tile ensuite, hardwood and tile flooring, natural gas fireplace, natural gas hot water on demand, heat pump and HRV.
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2820 Island Hwy South $304,900 MLS 408656
Cutest cottage by the Sea with panoramic semi-waterfront ocean view. 2 bed 1 bath. Excellent Willow Point location only a hop and a skip to shops. Great short or long term rental investment opportunity.
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3500 Willow Creek Road $424,900 +GST MLS 406423
Rancher with ocean view Bonus Room. 3 bed 2 bath. 1812 sq ft, 4 ft crawl. Stone countertops, heat pump, HRV.
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411-9 Adams Road $259,900 MLS 386433
Top floor, waterfront, excellent complex with great strata and healthy finances, 1291 sqft 2 bed 2 bath, lovely updates!
343 Cottonwood Drive $329,000 MLS 411193
Affordable 1520 sq. ft. 3 bed, 3 bath rancher in excellent neighbourhood. Many updates completed including heat pump, furnace, thermal windows, crawl space re-done by Island Basement Systems, four skylights, new concrete driveway and walking paths plus a forever metal roof. Lovely southern exposure, and RV parking.
Lot 40 Gold River Hwy $144,900 MLS 403948
70 feet of lake frontage. A good amount of the preparation work is completed with Regional District approved building plans, approved septic system, building permit, and foundation work has been completed and approved.
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233 Maryland Rd $122,000 MLS 403488
Exceptional value lot located within premier Maryland Estates. Partially fenced. Custom architecturally designed house plans available at no cost to purchaser. Or bring your own house plan. No GST payable!
411-322 Birch $74,900 MLS 406422
Best unit - top floor on the S/E corner, full southern exposure and peek a boo ocean view. Affordable overheads with heat & hot water included in the low monthly strata fee. Elevator, secured entry, coin laundry, common rec room, cat allowed, no dogs.
1-1170 Shoppers Row MLS 406947
A1 Office Space. Central downtown location across from Spirit Square. As new condition. 5 parking spaces. 1466 sq. ft. Available now. $13/sqft + CAC approx. $5/sq ft
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116-155 Erickson Rd
102-2740 S. Island Hwy
A very sweet “Suite”. Perfect 2 bedroom/2 bath, 1,040 sq ft condo in South Point Estates. Everything you need is here. Enjoy your summer relaxing by extending your living space outdoors to the very large deck, plenty of room for patio furniture, planters or container gardens. Move indoors and enjoy the lovely open living space with cozy gas fireplace, dining area and bright galley style kitchen. Very inviting spacious master bedroom suite awaits with full ensuite, double closets and door access to your deck. Many options for the 2nd bedroom, your guest room, your den, craft/ hobby room. You choose. Convenient in suite laundry, undercover parking, extra storage. Strata fees include gas & hot water. This is a lovely, well maintained Strata with beautiful grounds close to everything Willow Point offers. Make this home your home today! $149,900
Relax and enjoy the beautiful ocean view from this lovely 2 bedroom ground level condo with patio in Royal Tyee Gardens complex. Very nicely updated home has in suite laundry, storage and a large fenced patio with gate, perfect for those with a small pet. Walk across the street to the beautiful sea walk and Ken Forde boat ramp and beach. Close to all amenities and transportation. Come and see for yourself how comfortable you can be enjoying ocean views inside/out all year round. $189,000
1968 Miracle Beach Dr MLS 377195 Already SUBDIVIDED Opportunities await
2276 Salmon Point Rd MLS 407675
110 Reef Cres MLS 410722 Seawalk, beachfires, Willow Point market all within a block or 2 of this lovely family home. Features you will be sure to enjoy here are the location, the fenced backyard, level lot and driveway plus extra RV parking and that’s just outside. This 2,300 + sq ft home features 3 bedrooms up, master with ensuite and walk in closet, sliders from kitchen to large deck with gas outlet for BBQ overlooking the fenced backyard with some ocean view. Downstairs features the den/home office and family room, 4th bedroom with gas fireplace or can be your in-law suite complete with wet bar, a separate entrance and covered patio area. There is more to like here with a center island in the kitchen, corner sink, eating nook, separate dining space, living room with cozy gas fireplace, BI Vac and double garage. Room for everyone, make this home your home. $325,000
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Salmon Point Road Rancher on 0.5 acre treed property. Enjoy relaxing on the large deck or in the backyard, enjoy the garden areas, trees and the ocean just a stones throw away. Newly updated 1,200 sq ft rancher is country cozy. This home has been newly updated with a gas furnace, gas fireplace with stone wall feature, gas hot water and gas kitchen stove. New flooring, all vinyl windows and a lovely covered veranda with skylights. Plenty of room for parking boats, RV’s, etc AND includes a separate 192 sq ft detached shop. Close to the marina, Saratoga Beach and golf course. If a little bit of country close to amenities appeals to you then this home is for YOU! $339,000
Completely unique package, 3 titles, one 2,500+ sqft home, lots of opportunity and ONE price! $684,000
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#309-585 Dogwood S MLS 399625
Perfectly private one bedroom condo on the first floor of Rockland House condos. This unit has a lovely private patio overlooking green space. Galley kitchen, open concept living/dining room, fireplace and in unit storage. Plenty to like here, affordable, close to recreation, shopping, hospital and other amenities. At this price why rent when you can OWN! $104,900
890 4TH AVE
2250 SALMON POINT RD.
Totally renovated 3 bedroom or 2 bedroom and den rancher on 1/2 acre lot within walking distance of Salmon Point Resort and Marina. Beautiful walking trails and nature at your doorstep. This is a very popular rural area just minutes to shopping, golf courses, ocean, beaches, river, fishing and much more. These updates include: vinyl siding, thermo windows, new kitchen & bathrooms & flooring. Sliders off dining room onto covered deck with hot tub. The detached double garage also has a 24x12 built in shop with 220AMP. Separate RV carport, circular driveway, underground sprinklers on a fully fenced yard with garden areas. PRICED AT $524,900
DEVELOPMENT OR PRIVACY 1.98 acre residential lot in the heart of Campbell River. Build your dream home with lots of room to put in that dream shop or family suite over garage. Development opportunity in this 2 acre parcel. Currently zoned RI - single family residence, but has good rezoning potential to Multiple Family, RM -1 or RM -2. This property also will make good subdivision site for bare land strata or simple fee lots. Water, storm and sewer are very close by. Central location close to shopping, schools, medical, hospital, dental, recreation, churches and buses. PRICED AT ONLY $195,000
678 MARINER DRIVE
Fabulous view and best view lot value! This lot is suited for a level entry home with a full size, over height walk out basement. You could build a rancher and leave the basement unfinished which would be perfect for storage, wine making, workshop or grandchild play area, or you could build a 6 bedroom family home. Welcome to walk the lot and admire your view. PRICED AT $169,000
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Chatham Channel Lodge; A unique opportunity for an off the grid lifestyle operating a turn key business awaiting on the wild, pristine and majestic shores of Chatham Channel. A two acre property with waterfront, private moorage, turn key business, cozy rancher and two rental cabins. The Minstrel Island Post office and gift shop are operated out of the main residence. $ 189,900 MLS 409873
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1801 Willis Road WILLIS ROAD DEVELOPMENT POTENTIAL • Development property consisting of 15.9 ac. • Possible developments of the site could be patio homes, a residential Call Harper subdivision, 250-287-6815 family town homes, or social care facility. • Close to golf, transit, and the inland highway. • Buy now so you can be ready for next year.
111 – 322 Birch Street
562 South Alder
One of the loveliest 1 bedroom condos in Campbell River • Totally looked after by a management corporation • Can be owner occupied but current in rented rental pool
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4 bedroom family home Living room has a heatilator fireplace Large rec room has a woodstove Family rm oﬀ kitchen & large eating area • 6yr old roof.
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259 CARNEGIE STREET
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244 S. McLean
Custom built home with expansive ocean views. 3975 sqft of luxurious living space. 3 bdrms up plus a 2 bdrm suite downstairs. Wrap around deck – great for entertaining. Low maintenance yard. 2 car heated garage plus a detached workshop/garage accessed from Alder St. $795,000
156 Island Hwy
Ocean view duplex – perfect for a mortgage helper. Tenants on both sides. Open concept living area with 1 bdrm up & a huge family room plus 2 more bedrooms on the fully finished lower floor. Appliances included. $619,000
975B Shoppers Row
Over 1750 sqft of high profile retail or office space located in the Coast Discovery Inn with access from the Tyee Plaza. Unlimited parking for staff and customers. Landlord will participate with leasehold improvements. For Lease
1433B 16th Ave
Suited for service or office requirements. 3300 sqft of open and undeveloped space with 2 large washrooms. Separate secured entrance with ample parking. Common area costs add’l $1.00 per sqft plus GST. For Lease
744 – 7th Ave
20-unit apartment complex. Land totals 1.84 acres. Apartment has three, 1-bedroom suites and 17, 2-bedroom suite within close proximity to all levels of schools, transit route and downtown core. Offering includes 1 bdrm house currently rented for $600/mo. $1,599,000
909 Ironwood St.
Newly renovated 2400 sqft block building in a high profile location. Shop area with overhead door. Back portion of lot fully fenced. Ample parking for staff & customers. Also for lease. $279,000
2532 S. Island Hwy.
.52 acre semi oceanfront property with highway frontage. C-2 zoning allows for a number of uses. The owner will consider a joint venture with a developer.
391 Island Hwy.
.95 acre lot with approx. 250 ft of shoreline. RM-4 zoning. 40-unit waterfront condominium project previously approved. Geotech report available.
834 S. Island Hwy.
½ acre property across from the Seawalk and just a 5 minute drive from downtown. Approved 22 suite condo development project with ocean and mountain views. Zoned RM-3.
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4450 BARCLAY RD. $414,800 MLS# 412850 HOME & SHOP ON 1/2 AN ACRE Quiet Painter Barclay, 2,300 sq.ft. home on 1/2 acre with detached 36 x 24 shop, access from 2 streets, 220 power and attic storage. Beautiful gardens with 2 ponds, greenhouse and tons of RV parking for all “The Toys”. Older basement home but in beautiful condition, high quality laminate flooring. 6 year old heat pump, electric furnace, gas hot water on demand, roof approx. 12 years old, basement woodstove plus 1 in shop. 3 year old fridge, 4 bedrooms (2 on main floor), 2 baths, great family home. Huge deck, some ocean and good mountain views. Electric gate in front yard, gardens have sprinkler system and drip one for pots.
#204-1216 SOUTH ISLAND HWY $234,900 MLS# 410186
SCENIC OCEAN & MOUNTAIN VIEWS Stunning unobstructed panoramic ocean
and mountain views from this 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom, 1,262 sq.ft. condo located at Chartwell Place. Large master bedroom with walk-in closet and full ensuite. The second bedroom is also a very good size. Lovely open kitchen, dining room and living room areas, along with a gas fireplace. You can spend hours watching the cruise ships, marine traffic and marine life as it passes through the Discovery Passage from your deck. Campbell River SeaWalk is just outside your door and across the street. Underground parking, storage lockers & an affordable guest suite.
1462 SEAVIEW RD. $674,900 MLS# 406017 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. Custom crafted home with yellow cedar trim, vaulted ceilings, heated ceramic tile floors in kitchen, family room & ensuite, custom maple cabinets, built-in appliances, open design takes advantage of the ocean views. Unique 800 year old burl feature wall, woodstove, 5 skylights, master bedroom ensuite has jetted soaker tub & great ocean view. 2 Sundecks plus a fabulous large beach side deck. Perfect for cruise ship viewing. Close to provincial park & dead end quiet street with rural atmosphere.
#11-523 ISLAND HWY $237,900 MLS# 411380
2505 SOUTH ISLAND HWY. $995,000 MLS# 398357 STUNNING BEACHFRONT HOME West Vancouver meets Campbell River, architecturally designed unique 2 storey waterfront beauty, 2,445 sq.ft. of sophistication & elegance. Beach frontage approx 83 ft. Panoramic ocean & mountain views from every room. Top quality construction; open beams, interior concrete pillars define the gracious living areas, celestory windows & skylights flood the home with natural lighting. Formal living room soaring vaulted ceilings, formal dining room, designer kitchen with Fisher-Paykel appliances, oak cabinets, tile floors. 2 car garage with large storage room/workshop. New cedar walkway to beach deck with fire pit.
79 ROCKLAND RD. $849,900 MLS# 379036 YOU CAN SEE FOR MILES Fabulous ocean & mountain views! Custom designed home over 4,600 sq.ft. Beautiful open design living space, includes a convenient 2 bedroom suite. Gorgeous Brazilian hardwood floors, large kitchen with maple cabinets, granite countertops, centre island & walk-in pantry. 2nd level has an ocean view media room. Breakfast nook with access to covered sundeck. Lovely master bedroom with deluxe ensuite. Wine making room, root cellar, gated RV parking, 22 ft. x 24 ft. garage & room for a shop.
Beautifully renovated 2 bedroom, 2 bath waterfront condo with fabulous dead on ocean views. Spacious 1,174 sq. ft. not including sundeck and storage unit. Hardwood floors, new doors, tile counters. 1 small pet allowed, 45+ age restriction and no rentals. Gorgeous custom built wall unit included. Easy walk to downtown. You will not get a better view than this in Campbell River. Carport parking.
1933 SHETLAND RD. $699,000 MLS# 402090
COUNTRY LIVING Fabulous in town 5 acre property. Great custom built one owner home with suite potential. 4 bedrooms, commercial grade windows, fir construction & truly built to last. Beautiful 4 yr. old maple kitchen with moveable centre island, kitchenaide appliances, open plan, lovely handcrafted fireplace in family room, Brazilian hardwood floors, new roof, 200 amp SVC, hot tub, 4 decks & woodstove. 2/3 of land is cleared with lots of privacy. Chicken coop, garden area, barn with hay loft & sawdust shed, woodshed, all fenced, good for horses, fruit & nut trees. Sprinkler system in front. Lots of parking, room for detached workshop/garage.
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TONI SMITH 250-286-1187 211 ALDER ST.
What a doll house. This is one of a kind, a must see; built in a mature location designed to fit the neighbourhood, but all of the amenities a newer home has to offer. Alley access & tons of parking available. Everything is setup in the bottom floor for Mom & Dad, even a washer & dryer. Cute & cozy as can be with a private deck for quiet entertaining. Open floor plan on main floor with ocean view from the kitchen, dining & living rooms. Upstairs has unique ceiling angles giving this home a quaintness that is rare. $399,900
#1i-690 COLWYN ST.
3330 WISCONSIN WAY
3326 WISCONSIN WAY
3306 WISCONSIN WAY
A home away from home. Cute, cozy, 1 bedroom condo, perfect scenario for those who would like a smaller home base while spending the majority of their time experiencing the world! 4 very young appliances. Also perfect for the retired senior or the single independent 1st time buyer. Your own entrance & in-unit laundry. Situated in the heart of the city, it is only a 5 minute walk to town.
Another top of the line home to be built by Campbell River’s only Certified Green Builder, TRF Woodcrafts Ltd. This home lives like a rancher with almost 2,000 sq.ft. The open floor plan features an amazing kitchen & a luxurious master suite in its own separate wing. Travertine floors in the bathrooms, wood flooring; custom crafted solid wood cabinets & high efficiency heat pump. Do not allow anyone else to build your dream home. trfwoodcrafts.com.
To be built! Another Certified Green home by one of Campbell River’s finest Builders - TRF Woodcrafts. 2,524 sq.ft. home with gourmet kitchen, hot water on demand, custom cabinets of solid wood in the gourmet kitchen, laundry room & bathrooms, high efficiency heat pump, HRV system with electronically commuted motor in furnace & air barrier exterior affording maximum air quality. 624 sq.ft. attached garage. Fully fenced & landscaped. Room for a separate 600 sq.ft. shop. trfwoodcrafts.com $479,500 MLS# 401264
Another superior home being built by TRF Woodcrafts, one of Campbell River’s finest builders. You can expect the best with this certified “Green Builder”. Reduction in heating costs by as much as 50% of a normal build. Perfect for all levels of family! Master suite, open concept living area & separate den all on the main. 2 bedrooms & a full bath upstairs. Hand crafted solid wood cabinets, solid surface countertops & top of the line flooring throughout. Purchase price includes landscaping, underground sprinklers, garden shed & fully fenced. trfwoodcrafts.com $455,500 MLS# 411393
1931 15TH AVE.
968 ERICKSON RD.
4640 DISCOVERY DR.
LOT 1, YORK RD.
LOT 2, YORK RD.
#416 - 350 SOUTH ISLAND HWY.
Build your dream home on this beautiful rural lot. It is the perfect hideaway, yet only minutes from downtown Campbell River and only 8 km from the highway. Campbell River is a seaside City with so much to offer. We have the Ocean at our doorstep, many lakes and rivers, fishing, nature and mountain biking trails. With two excellent golf courses, skiing only minutes away, and the International Airport within half an hour, we have everything!
Another beautiful property to call home, build your dream home on this private lot. It is the perfect hideaway, yet only minutes from downtown Campbell River & only 8 km from the highway. Campbell River is a seaside City with so much to offer. We have the Ocean at our doorstep, many lakes & rivers, fishing, nature & mountain biking trails. Two excellent golf courses, skiing only minutes away & the International Airport within half an hour.
SILVERSEA!! What a lovely quality built complex, this unit has 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms plus a den and located on the 4th floor. Bright and open kitchen, dining room and living room floor plan. A lovely place to call home. Nice size deck with access from the living room and master bedroom to enjoy the view of Discovery Passage and the SeaWalk with mountains in the distance.
This solid, exceptional quality, owner built family home comes complete with a great ocean view! 2 large bedrooms, a family room, kitchen, formal dining room & formal living room on the main floor. The top floor has a huge but cozy master suite & another bedroom. The basement has a separate outside entrance as well as inside access. Beautiful large lot with fully mature landscaping. 24 X 24 garage & loads of extra parking.
Cute as can be, this rancher is move in ready. Completely painted inside, laminate flooring throughout, gas furnace & 2 bedrooms. Large lot, 50 x 120 with back alley access. This one is a keeper and will not last long on the market. Campbell River is a beautiful sea side City with much to offer from biking, boating, skiing, golfing & fishing and only 30 minutes from an International Airport.
Four bedrooms & 2 full bathrooms with an open plan. This one is a winner & so affordable. Entertain in style with easy access to the back yard. This is a perfect family home or a perfect retirement home. The master suite is complete with a jetted tub & walk in closet. There is a state of the art security system, automatic garage door opener, RV parking, Sani dump & secured exterior water outlets.
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ATTENTION! EXTENDED FAMILIES! HIDDEN HARBOUR OCEANFRONT! Simply the best couple’s flat available on the Island today! Spacious 1 bedroom Living with over 900 sf offering the ultimate west coast lifestyle, so rare indeed! $239,900 list, amenities include undrgrd prkg & secure storage w/pwr, indoor pool & hot tub, rooftop patio, some RV parking, private marina for boat up to 30ft and incredible landscapes with walk on oceanfront & firepits. Pets & Rentals OK. Call or text today for your personal viewing!
9 Year old 5 Bd/4 Bath home in convenient Merecroft area has large eat in Maple Kitchen, separate family room plus formal Living/Dining with 5 inch baseboards, crown mouldings, 9 ft ceilings & engineered hardwood throughout Living area. 2 large sundecks, RV side parking, plus private back yard. Large & lovely 2 Bed suite also with 9ft ceilings down!
SOLD! 4C-690 Colwyn St
6 BD/ 5 BATH HOME WITH SUITE! A Spacious quality Kitchen with island & breakfast nook, plus huge Living/Dining & family rooms up have size to entertain the largest family. 2 bedrm suite & rec rm down offers interesting possibilities for B&B or family members. Parking is extraordinary with oversized double garage plus outstanding additional space. Beautiful curved staircase, large partially covered sundeck, irrigation system, b/i vac, new gas hot water tank plus newer 4 Ton heat pump & silent floor system! $549,000
SPACIOUS WILLOW POINT RANCHER! 3Bd/2Baths with rich laminate flooring, heat pump, gas FP, partial vaulted ceiling, large Palladian window and very private back yard. Walk-in shower, Dura deck + concrete patio, Double garage & Storage Shed. In the Heart of Willow Pt! $299,900
OCEAN FRONT LIFESTYLE! Classy level entry 2 Bed/2 Bath in Hidden Harbour with Outstanding Oceanfront Location directly facing Quadra Island. Lovely renos include Travertine tile floors, Kitchen upgrades & large custom glass shower w gorgeous tile. Amenities include personal boat moorage, secure underground parking with individual storage locker, an indoor pool, hot tub, elevator, meeting room & fire pits! Deck BBQ’s, Pets & Rentals allowed! $294,000
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“Trusted, Preferred, Referred” Gerry Burgess
404-A 650 ISLAND HWY
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An amazing unobstructed ocean view from this top floor, spacious and bright condo. The large deck provides that extra space to enjoy the whales and boats sail past. Great floor plan in the front of the building with large rooms and a good sized bedroom with a sitting area. Two bedrooms, 2 bathrooms and a large living room makes this unit very appealing. You will want to add your personal touch as this home has been occupied by the same owner For many years. It is unoccupied and available for quick possession No pets allowed. MLS 412759 222 ISLAND HWY
798 Cortez Rd.
140 Jones Rd.
Well Located Family Home
In high demand so hurry and check out this well located 3 bedroom affordable roomy rancher. Lots of nice updates inside with flooring, light and fan fixtures, kitchen countertops, and newer bathroom. This home features both a family and a living room and has lots of storage. There’s even room for a small in house workshop or space for the hobbyist. Beautiful private backyard with mature landscaping front and back. Looks can be deceiving, as from the outside this home looks smaller than it is, so make sure to make an appointment to check it out inside. Please call Lynda Snagg @ 250-2034312 today. $234,900
The ink has just dried on listing this well maintained family home located within easy walking distance to shopping, schools, hospital, pool and arena complex. The features of this basement style home are almost 2500 sq ft of living space with a in house workshop and a kitchenette downstairs next to the family room. There’s a large wraparound sundeck for those summer bbq plus a generous sized fenced yard with 2 driveways and access to the backyard. This home is ready for you and your family to see today. Please call me at 250-203-4312. $284,900
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89 South Alder St
BEAUTIFUL OCEAN VIEW. This character home is close to all amenities and is within walking distance to downtown Campbell River, the farmer’s market, the famous pier and much more. The fully fenced front yard provides privacy with a nice garden area. The main floor living room has coved ceilings and the original hardwood floors are in good shape. The lower level is semifinished and you’ll want to give it your personal touch. Lane access with plenty of room for RV parking. A great potential property with .35 of an acre in the heart of Campbell River. Well worth having a look. Priced to sell. MLS 405652 #87-951 HOMEWOOD RD A meticulously maintained home at Shady Maples, a 55+ age mobile home park. You will enjoy the fully updated living space with high end appliances, new windows and much more. In a private and quiet setting at the end of the road, this home features a fenced beautiful garden area that is well designed. Pride of ownership is obvious throughout this property, which is priced to sell. A must see. MLS 407552 410 GOODWIN RD
2720 FAIRMILE RD
#2-251 MCPHEDRAN RD
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FABULOUS OCEAN VIEWS from this main level entry home with walk out basement. This home features 2,600+ square feet of living with 3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, is within walking distance to all levels of schools, shopping and recreation; making this the perfect home for your family. The large kitchen offers plenty of cabinetry and open concept perfect for entertaining. This home lives like a rancher with 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, laundry room, kitchen and great room all on the main floor. The open floor plan flows out to the large deck at the back of the house so you can enjoy the ocean and mountain views. Outside you will find the home fully fenced, gorgeous landscaping ready for the children and for pets. NEW PRICE $414,900 MLS 405202
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PANORAMIC OCEAN VIEW 480 ASH ST. Absolutely stunning 3 level split located at 480 Ash St. One of the best views in town. Vaulted ceiling for large artwork on main floor. Suited for couple or mature family. Roof, Heat pump & water tank still under warranty. H.R.V.
Just listed at $599,900. MLS 411714 Call Bruce NOW at 250-287-0151
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3 bedrooms 2 bathrooms Newer roof & sundeck Gas fireplace Needs foundation work
$242,900. MLS 412761 Call Bruce NOW at 250-287-0151
“MOUNTAIN VIEW” 280 SOUTH DOGWOOD ST. AFFORDABLE CONDO - IMMACULATE Centrally located, close to all amenities, updated 2 bed, 2 bath, gas fireplace. Lots of light. Craft room, social room, scooter plug ins, underground parking. Close to elevator & stairs. Hot water & gas fireplace included in small strata fee. Pet ok. Overlooks courtyard. Suite is currently vacant. Mountain view.
301 Dahl Road
GORGEOUS 4 BED 3 BATH HOME ON A HUGE LOT. This beautiful home has been fully updated including 3 new bathrooms. Main floor has a bright kitchen with heated slate floors that flows out to the deck & sunny private back yard. Upstairs are 4 bdrms that include a huge master plus a 4th bdrm that doubles as a family room. Fully fenced with a stone wall, ideal for pets or children. Outside – very nice workshop plus huge RV/or boat parking with sani dump. $499,900 MLS 407186
1678 Stephan Rd
Lovely updated 1678 sq ft home on just over 2 acres! This bright and cheery home has had extensive upgrades including new heat pump, 200 amp electrical service, newer windows, gorgeous fir front door, upgraded attic insulation plus an energuide rating. Features include 2 updated bathrooms plus a large studio /family room on the ground level that access the outside to the beautiful slate walk ways and patio area. Property is partially fenced, perfect for pets plus lots of room for RV/boat storage. Rural living yet only 10 minutes to Courtenay. $349,900 MLS 406961
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Jesse Cook brings the world of music to your own doorstep F
or Jesse Cook, music has been a journey, both sonically and literally. After two decades of crisscrossing the world in his restless pursuit of inspiration, innovation and collaboration, this virtuoso changed course for his ninth studio album One World. Rather than exotic locales, he stayed home in his studio. Rather than a foreign legion of performers, he relied on his own devices. And rather than exploring myriad culde-sacs of music he united them. The album pivots between worlds — past and future, familiar and fresh, acoustic and electronic — redefined by technology just like every element of modern life. The album cover, depicting a vast, ancient tree, personifies the content. We are all part of just one world and all music represents branches of a tree all joined to the same deeply rooted trunk. Despite its humble homemade origins, One World begins another chapter in the quest of this multi-tasking artist, composer and producer.
Virtuoso gutarist Jesse Cook will bring his world music-inspired performance to the Tidemark Theatre on Nov. 9.
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The result is a perfect meshing of the personal hybridized stylings of Jesse himself with modern instruments in a modern context. Cook’s vast and varied catalogue has earned 11 Juno nominations including three in 2001 of which he was awarded Best Instrumental Album for 2000’s Free Fall. To date, five of eight albums have earned Gold Record status and 2 others Platinum. This is certain to be another unforgettable evening with this Canadian Superstar as he continues to explore the constantly evolving One World of beautiful music. For more information about Jesse Cook, visit: www.jessecook.com. Sponsored by the Campbell River Mirror, 2Day FM and Coast Discovery Inn, the Tidemark Theatre and Gee Dan Productions proudly present, Jesse Cook at the Tidemark Theatre on Nov. 9. Tickets are $45.15 (plus applicable taxes & fees) and can be purchased at the Box Office Tuesday through Friday between 12-4 p.m. Tickets are also available online: tidemarktheatre.com.
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Wet Paint returns for its third year
group of art friends who have painted and shared their passion for several years are excited to be hosting the third “Wet Paint” Art Show and Sale in a Saratoga Beach garden August Wet Paint features 20 and 21. The eight artists, from the work of local Comox, Black Creek, artists. and Campbell River, plan to delight the senses with their fresh and marvelous array of new paintings. The art of Loree Cunningham, Sonia Hauser, Shelly Hollingshead, Jenny Mitchell, Michelle Ohlsson, Elaine Prodor, Lesley Rieck, and Kathi Rudko, represent a wide range of experience from a few years to more than two decades and an eclectic mix of subjects and styles. Seascapes, landscapes, still life, figurative art and abstracts in a variety of mediums (acrylic,oil, watercolour and mixed media) will be on display at the show. While our coastal environment can be seen reflected in many of the artists’ works, the style and interpretation of each painter is unique: Sonia‘s powerful animals and florals rendered in a vibrant expressive manner; Loree’s large and intensely lush still lifes and abstracts in oil; Shelly’s evocative abstract mixed media paintings; Jenny’s exciting explorations in paint and collage; Elaine’s a close ups of nature with their intricate detail, texture and subtle colours; Lesley’s enchanting light-filled acrylic paintings; Michelle’s personal take on the beauty of the coast; and Kathi’s figures, florals and landscapes in several media. Several of the artists will have their easels set up and be painting ‘en plein air’. They will be will be happy to discuss their process, technique and inspiration with the public. The show and sale will be open from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday, Aug. 20, and Sunday, Aug. 21, at the Saratoga Beach garden of Lesley Rieck at 8870 Clarkson Drive, Black Creek. Mark your calendars, come enjoy the garden ambience and a light refreshment, watch our artists paint and perhaps take home a new piece of original art to brighten your day and beautify your home.
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To advertise your community event, contact Tyler at the Campbell River Mirror office 250-287-9227 or email: email@example.com FRI. AUGUST 5 49th Annual Campbell River Salmon Festival: This year’s show will oﬀer two World Championship and seven Canadian Championships, along with other Open, Intermediate, Novice, ladies Youth and Teen events. International and local loggers will be competing for part of the proposed $37,645.00 prize package and maybe set a Canadian or World record. In keeping with our name, Salmon Festival, we will have a Salmon Barbeque where festival goers can enjoy a delicious salmon lunch or supper. There will also be booths and displays with a marine theme. At the children’s area, “Thrifty Foods Kids Zone”, the young ones can enjoy a wide variety of FREE rides and events. FMI crsalmonfestival.com Fun Fridays at the Museum: Fun Fridays are a great new program running this summer that includes a guided tour of a speciﬁc area of the Museum or grounds, and an activity afterwards. Tours run at 11am and 2pm. Step aboard the Soyokaze for a guided tour of the historic cod ﬁshing boat. Fun activities after include a game of ﬁshing for facts and knot tying tutorials. SAT. AUGUST 6 Sayward Summer Markets: Expect to see lots of plants, vegetables, baked goods, fresh eggs, silver jewellery, crochet, wonderful rugs, books, fantastic artwork, sewing, and bargains! 3kms oﬀ of the Old Island Highway. Every Saturday, 10am-1pm. Sayward Heritage Hall, 1257 Sayward Road.
Quadra Island Farmers Market & Bazaar: Just a 3 minute walk up from the ferry. Every Saturday, 10am-2pm. Rain or Shine! Right by the Credit Union. Artisans, crafts, gardeners, food. Get there early for the best ﬁnds. Community Credit Union, 657 Harper Rd. FMI 250285-2979 Diabetes Clothing Drive: August 1-31 we will be doing a clothing drive at Curves-Jenny Craig, in support of the Canadian Diabetes Association. Please bring bags of clean clothing, shoes, purses, or other small items to Curves where it will be picked up weekly by the Diabetes Clothesline truck. Curves-Jenny Craig is located at 919 Ironwood St. FMI: 250 287 8379 SUN. AUGUST 7 Pier Street Farmers Market: This Farmers’ Market & Arts Fair is surrounded by the stunning scenery of The Georgia Strait, Fisherman’s Wharf, Discovery Fishing Pier & Maritime Heritage Centre. MON. AUGUST 8 Monday Market - A Halbe Hall Fundraiser: Local and unique food, textile and arts/crafts vendors as well as a small petting farm. Every Monday from 4-7 pm and continuing until the end of the year. At 8369 N. Island Hwy, Black Creek. FMI contact Karin at firstname.lastname@example.org Park Squad: The mobile Park Squad will be in your neighbourhood this summer bringing you free arts & crafts, inclusive games and activities. 10am-1pm on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at Willow Point Park. 10am-1pm on Tuesdays and Thursdays at Centennial Park. 10am-1pm on Tuesdays and Thursdays at Dick Murphy Park.
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MYSTERY GARDEN TOURS: From 10:00am - 12:00pm, visit a wonderfully creative and beautiful garden. Transportation will depart and return to the CR Community Centre, south parking lot. Register at the Community Centre 286-1161 or Sportsplex 250-923-7911. Cost is $15 per day. TUES. AUGUST 9 GERRY BARNUM!! - BIA lunch in the square!: Grab a bag lunch from a downtown restaurant! 11:30am 1:15pm in Spirit Square. WED. AUGUST 10 CROQUET AND TEA: Join us for some old fashioned fun on the lovely grounds of the HaigBrown House. Light refreshments are provided, and there is the opportunity to enjoy a round or two of croquet.Every Wednesday from Jun 29 to August 17, 1-4pm. Space is limited so register early! Cost is $10 per person, $8.50 for seniors. Register by calling 250-287-3103 or emailing summer.programs@ crmuseum.ca THURS. AUGUST 11 Rock And Glow Bowling: Great music, neon lights and bowling! $12/hour or $18/two hours. Includes shoe rentals. 7-10pm at CR Bowling. 1661 16th Avenue. FMI 286-1177 Variety Night: All the best in local talent!! Bring your kids! Bring your lawn chairs! 7:00pm - 9:00pm in Spirit Square.
FRI. AUGUST 12 Friday Night at the Dive-In (1117yrs): Bring your friends & join us for an evening of pool games, challenges & fun. Bring your own ﬂoaties or use ours. From 7:30 - 9 pm at the Centennial Pool. Admission $3 & includes snacks. Fun Fridays at the Museum: Includes a guided tour of a speciﬁc area of the Museum or grounds, and an activity afterwards. Tours run at 11am and 2pm. Step aboard the Soyokaze for a guided tour of the historic cod ﬁshing boat. Fun activities after include a game of ﬁshing for facts and knot tying tutorials. SAT. AUGUST 13 Discovery Passage Aquarium’s Night Event: See the animals in a whole diﬀerent light! All the windows are blacked out to create a unique aquarium experience. You can watch the octopus come out of hiding, the crabs glow, plankton bioluminesce and more. A fun event for everyone. Every other Saturday at 7pm. FMI www. discoverypassageaquarium.ca All Triumph Drive: 9am to 1:30pm at Robert V Ostler Parl. A chance to see over 100 restored Triumph sports cars in one place! Everyone is welcome to come and see these classic British cars. The owners will be about , happy to answer questions and tell you about their cars. This year the show is hosted by the BC Triumph Registry, based in the Metro Vancouver area and share hosting with the Portland Triumph Owners Association and the Tyee Triumph Club of Washington on a rotational basis.
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mall and remote coastal regions can prepare for a boost in tourism with the development of a collaborative marine tourism marketing and product venture. With funding from the Island Coastal Economic Trust, the BC Ocean Boating Tourism Association (BCOBTA) is entering into the third phase of its multi-year marketing program. The AhoyBC.com website is a central component of this program. The site is a complete resource for marine tourists, offering everything from self-directed circle tour options to information on charters, west coast Aboriginal culture, marine parks, and more. The next phase of the BCOBTA’s work
will enhance marketing for the Broughton Archipelago, Discovery Islands, and Vancouver Island West. These remote sub-regions are less-frequented by marine tourists and boaters, yet account for one-third of all BC ocean boating tourism revenue. Marketing efforts will include more detailed content for trip planning, attendance at boating shows and sending a video crew and travel writer to the Discovery Island region. “The economic impact of marine tourism is huge, and even more so in remote regions and communities,” explained David Mailloux, Chair of the BCOBTA. “Even though most boaters stay in the Salish Sea, those that venture to the remote sub-regions
spend more because trip length is longer, party size is larger, and boats are bigger.” The Island Coast Economic Trust is contributing $14,400 to the jointly-funded $37,600 project to focus marketing efforts specifically on those remote regions. Enhanced community profiles, regional showcases and a presence at consumer shows are just some of the elements of the overall marketing effort. “In 2014, marine tourists directly spent $68 million in those three sub-regions alone, and the forecasts from the BCOBTA show that this project could generate a further $12 million over the next five years,” said ICET Chair Phil Kent. “Those numbers are significant, and that’s why
we are eager to see this effort get underway.” The Enhanced Marketing Project is expected to be complete by spring 2017. About the Island Coastal Economic Trust
The Island Coastal Economic Trust is a $50 million fund established in 2006 by the Government of British Columbia to help diversify the economies of central and northern Vancouver Island and the Sunshine Coast. ICET is guided by a Board of Directors and two Regional Advisory Committees which include more than 50 locally elected officials and MLAs and five appointees. This exceptional team of
leaders collaborates to set regional priorities and build vital multiregional networks. Through a community-centred decisionmaking process, ICET has approved $49 million for over 160 economic infrastructure and economic development readiness proj-
ects on the Island and Sunshine Coast since implementing its grant program in 2007. ICET investments have generated over $278 million in incremental funding into the region. A full overview of ICET can be found at www.islandcoastaltrust. ca
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The Discovery Islands (like Quadra Island, above) are one coastal region targeted by the Island Coastal Economic Trust’s marine tourism marketing and product development funding.
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Cadet Griffin Demoskoff (front left)takes his place as part of a cadet guard of honor at an important naval ceremony at Canadian Forces Base (CFB) Esquimalt on the West Coast of BC.
Local sea cadet takes part in naval ceremony in Esquimalt C
adet Griffin Demoskoff, 16, from 54 Admiral DeWolf Royal Canadian Sea Cadet Corps (RCSCC) took his place in a guard of honour at an important naval ceremony at Canadian Forces Base (CFB) Esquimalt. Cadet Demoskoff is spending his summer at Albert Head Cadet
Training Centre (CTC) on the six week Fitness Instructor Course. Albert Head CTC is an Air Cadet Training Centre that opened its door to Sea and Army cadets this year. The Centre was asked to provide a cadet honour guard for a Change of Command Parade at the nearby naval base of CFB Esquimalt. Cadets
lined the route taken by Admirals, the Lieutenant Governor, the First Nations Chief and other dignitaries to the ceremony held on the dock in front of a naval vessel. The cadets, who come from all over B.C. and the Prairies, are all taking the Fitness and Sports Instructor Course. “It was awesome;” says
Griffen. “I am just here to make new friends and get some good training. I did not expect to do this!” Cadet Demoskoff, who holds the rank of Petty Officer First Class at his home Corps, attends Timberline Secondary School in Campbell River. More than 3,400
Sea, Army and Air Cadets are participating in summer training activities across B.C. this summer. Other cadets have had the opportunity to travel across the country and even overseas. To find out more about the Cadet Program visit www.cadets. ca or follow us on Twitter @BC_Cadets.
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f we are to believe the Australian Grape and Wine Authority – and why wouldn’t we? – wine grape vines first arrived in Australia with the First Fleet in 1788. After a sticky few years of battling heat and humidity at Sydney Cove, significant vineyards were established near Parramatta in 1805 by Gregory Blaxland and near Camden in 1820 by William Macarthur. James Busby became involved in viticulture around 1825 and in 1831 he went to Europe and collected 650 varieties. More than half survived the journey and were planted in the Botanical Gardens in Sydney. The Hunter Valley was the first commercial region with Wyndham Estate being established in 1828 and by the
Tail] Cabernet Sauvignon (56473) and the legendary [Yellow Tail] Shiraz for $8.30. Too good of a deal not to hunt ‘em down, cobbers! Established in the Hunter Valley in 1843 Lindeman’s Is now a major Australian producer. An ususual offering, Lindeman`s `Early Harvest` Pinot Grigio (220459) $10.15 treads lightly. Low in calories it is also low in alcohol at 8.5 per cent. All floral and tropical nuances with ripe apple and nashi apple flavours, this is a very pretty little white. Thanks to the success of wines like [Yellow Tail] Shiraz, we tend to think of Shiraz first when we think about Australian red wines. Although Syrah was originally called Shiraz in Australia and Syrah elsewhere, its dramatic
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is a hearty mouthful of ripe red cherry, plum and blackcurrant. Pewsey Vale Vineyard’s love affair with Riesling started in 1847, when their vineyard was the first planted in the Eden Valley. Pioneers in high altitude, cool climate Riesling in Australia, they produce three distinct single vineyard wines. Refreshingly dry, with a whiff of ‘petrol’ Pewsey Vale Eden Valley Riesling (617126) $22.35 exhibits intense aromas of talcum and lemon lime fruit, with a fine floral perfume overlaying dried herbs. The palate shows sizzles with limes, white flowers and fresh rosemary. In 1842 a 32 year old blacksmith, Christian Auricht, arrived in Australia from Prussia with his wife and four children. He settled in the new
hamlet of Langmeil in the Barossa Valley and built a blacksmith shop, around which grew the trading area of the village and provides the aesthetics for the winery to this day. Tough to find an Australian Cabernet that could be more beautifully Barossa and more true to the variety’s heritage downunder than Langmeil Blacksmith Cabernet Sauvignon (564468) $32.90. Seductive aromas of blueberries, blackcurrants, mint and black olives slide seamlessly into flavours that echo the aromatics with a hint of mint and a medley of ripe plum, blackberry and blackcurrant flavours. Time to rediscover the wines of Oz! Reach WineWise by emailing douglas_sloan@ yahoo.com
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Aches and pains are the body's way of telling us that something is wrong. Inflammation is usually an underlying factor contributing to chronic pain and if it is not addressed, it is a can lead to heart disease and many other health problems. Addressing the sources of inflammation is critical to any long-term preventative health plan.
5. Dietary factors. The average western diet is often low in good fats and high in bad fats which fuel inflammation. Good fats like fish oil are rich in omega 3 which are anti-inflammatory. Other factors such as sugar and processed foods also contribute to inflammation.
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Our top 6 sources of inflammation and pain that may surprise you:
4. Too much stress and no relaxation. Stress comes in many forms both physically and mentally. It may produce inflammation due to the physical wear and tear of our tissues. Emotional stress can influence hormone levels or prevent one from sleeping, both drive inflammation.
1. Poor quality sleep. Anything that interferes with sleep can be driving inflammation. Sleep apnea is one condition that may remain undiscovered and drive inflammation for a long time before diagnosis.
6. Hormones changes. At certain stages of your life you can begin to experience pain differently. After menopause there is a decrease in the level of estrogen which has been linked to pain regulation. It is also thought that certain types of estrogens may be anti-inflammatory.
2. Gut dysfunction. Gluten, food sensitivities and processed food are factors contributing to a condition called intestinal hyper-permeability or "leaky gut". When gut integrity is compromised foreign particles can enter into our blood which can stimulate the immune system to generate inflammatory mediators.
Chronic pain is a complex condition involving many factors that are not discussed above. An integrative approach involves the incorporation of multiple modes of therapy. Therefore, a thorough investigation including a detailed history, complete physical exam and diagnostic or functional testing is always recommended.
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625 THULIN ST. $325,000 MLS 412344 Location, Location, Location! 74 year old ocean view character home with detached garage & alley access. Country kitchen, hardwood flooring, huge deck, beautifully landscaped yard with pond & waterfall. Irrigation system, gas fireplace & furnace with cold air return fan for those hot summer days. Bright & colourful, one of a kind... Must see!
631 NICHOLS RD. $429,000 MLS 412345 Beautiful 4 year old basement home with mountain views. 2358 sq ft, 3 bedrooms up, 2 down plus a den. Basement is partially finished and able to be suite if desired conveniently located across the street from the new Evergreen senior centre. .41 acre property with room for a shop. Quality built home and beautifully decorated...
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225 Utah Drive $319,000
Beatifully maintained sprawling rancher in desirable Willow Point location. This 3 bedroom 2 bath home with Large sunken living room , dining room. Kitchen with island , eating nook and family room. Sliding glass door to your back deck , garden area . Large Masterbedroom with 3 piece en-suite. Double garage MLS 411964
922 Heritage Meadows $449,000
Meticulous 1400 sq.ft. rancher with double garage & 1300 sq.ft attached shop/mancave. This one owner home has 3 bdrms 2 baths and was built with consirable detail with wide halls and door ways, 10 ft ceilings with built in sound system throughout the home. Large Master bedroom with his & hers closets, jacuzzi tub & separate shower in the ensuite. Murphybed in one of the bedrooms making it perfect for a home office. Beautiful kitchen with dining area that has sliding glass door leading thru the breezeway to the shop. The shop has a 2 piece bathroom and room for 4-5 cars. Loads of RV parking and cute little oasis in the backyard with matching little garden shed. Great location.
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If Lifestyle is important to you then this custom home built by a Top Quality Home Builder is for you! Designed to take in the panoramic ocean views this 10 year young TU A home has it all. Warm Brazilian Cherry FE Hardwood floors throughout the great room with cozy gas fireplace and open breakfast area. The chefs designer kitchen has smoked grey cabinets, porcelain backsplash with gas stove and quartz countertops that will impress the cook in the family. A bright home with a huge skylight opening gives you natural light even on a dark day. A main floor bedroom has been converted into exclusive separate dining room which could easily be converted back if necessary. The master bedroom enjoys the amazing ocean views and sunrises plus it has a beautiful newly renovate bathroom with soaker tub, his and her sinks and a separate shower with rain shower head. Beautiful low maintenance landscaping in the front and private rear yard with barbecue deck plus ample parking for your RV or boat.
1130 Island S Hwy $549,800
2001 Island Hwy $368,800 MLS# 410716
• Super high exposure location • C-4 Zoning allows for multitude of business uses. Currently a large 7200 sq ft bldg w/ ample parking.
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• Ocean & Mountian views • 4/5 bedroom, 3 bath, established B&B • Updates include newer kitchen, new roof (2014), windows and fresh paint.
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825 Gorge Harbour $1,499,000 MLS# 407282 • Absolutely stunning 17.6 acre Waterfront home located in Gorge Harbour on Cortez Island. 3000 sq ft home w/ own private 60’ deep water dock. 3 bdrm and 2 ½ bath in main home. 2 bdrm 1 bath self contained guest cottage.
290 Carolyn Rd $419,900
$129,900 • 896 Sayward MLS 410292
Funky property in the beautiful Sayward valley. This unique place was orginally built in the 1920’s as one room school house then a few years later became the old local church until the late 1930’s and years later the current owners have made into a great little home. There is new metal roof, new trusses and wiring done in the past few years, this place has lots of character big and open living area with old orginal wood floors, big windows, 11 ft ceilings. There is a loft bedroom, full 4 piece bathroom with stackable washer & dryer. Kitchen facilities. Beautiful private back yard , all this on 1/2 acre property , close to river and marina. Prefect little getaway. Full time living or just a recreational piece of paradise.
$214,900 • 200 Ambleside Dr MLS 408168
Beautifully maintained 3 bedroom 1.5 bath home in the Village of Sayward. Loads of updates. Cozy woodstove in the family room. 4th bedroom down with laundry room and little workshop. Enjoy the huge back deck on 1/3 acre, backing onto green space. Separate outside seating areas, firepit area, garden area with litte green house. This home is ready to move in. Minutes to the Marina.
SOLD! $229,000 • 1016 Sayward Rd. 3 bdrm 1 bath Rancher on 17 acres. Some newer updates. Large covered deck. A few km to the ocean & golf course. MLS 403293
$165,000 • 410 MacMillan Dr $459,000 • 973 Island Hwy MLS 407343 Beautiful & private 12.9 acres with
871 Island Hwy UNIT #302 MLS# 410709 $135,000
• Completely updated throughout • 3bed, 3 baths, 860 plus sqft detached garage,. Beautifully landscaped with pond. Conveniently located close to schools, marina, golf course and shopping.... don’t miss out!
UNIT #304 MLS# 410707 $129,900
2248 Oyster Garden $959,000 MLS# 406686
UNIT #303 MLS# 410712 $159,900 Ocean view office space in a well located professional building in downtown Campbell River. units are located on the top floor on the NW Corner.... great view of the ocean and marina.
201 Strathcona Way $439,000 MLS 411874
• 3 bdrm, 2 bath up + den • Separate entrance to finished bsmt that could accommodate 1-2 more bdrms. • Roughed in for wet bar and full bath • Under construction, come early and get what you want while minor alterations to floor plan and finishings can be done!
4 bedrooms, 3 baths. Family home in large family home. 35min North of the village of Sayward. Campbell River.
2621 Sunderland Rd $479,000 MLS 394334
new listing 4349 S. Isl. Hwy. $299,800 MLS# 406445
$399,900 • 454 Community Rd MLS 407532
Large 1800 sq. ft. 4 bdrm, 2 bath rancher with huge detached shop that sits on 30 acres in the Sayward valley at the end of a no thru road.
• Executive Waterfront home • 2900 sq. ft. 4 bdr, 4 bath • 1100 sq. ft. deck
$410,000 • 648 Sabre Rd Beautiful updated home, 1.75 acres with 2 bed in-law suite
$370,000 • 572 Sabre Rd Beautiful Family home, 2 acres, 5 bds, 3 bths
• 2-3 Bdrm home on 1 acre • Short stroll to Salmon Point Marina & Resort • Ocean and Coastal Mountain Views
5493 S. Island Hwy, Courtenay $189,900 MLS 394283 • Level 11930 sq ft ocean view building lot across from boat ramp and future marina in Union Bay.
• 5 bdrm, 3 bath level entry w/full finished walkout bsmt. Large Ocean and Mountain view Lot. Build to Suit • 2-5-10 yr New Home Warranty
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2629 Sunderland Rd $489,000
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$299,000 • 1242 Sayward Rd
$158,000 • 251 Spar St
Beautiful riverfront acreage w/ restored Heritage Home
2.98 acres, 4/ 3 bed, 1 bath house
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MLS 394316 • 5 bdrm, 3 bath level entry w/full finished walkout bsmt. Large Ocean and Mountain view Lot. Build to Suit • 2-5-10 yr New Home Warranty
2201 Shetland Rd $850,000
MLS 382888 • 14 acre property close to downtown • Selectively cleared & ready for your dream home
• Amazing waterfront property w/ private dock. • Located in Painter Barclay area on prestigious Discovery Drive. • 3172 sqft, 3 bed plus pan-abode log home.
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Advanced Marine Power Ltd., BC Hydro, Blue Thunder Contracting, ECHO Power Equipment, Fearless Log Salvage, Grieg Seafood B.C. Ltd, Home Hardware, Ironwood Storage, Leemac Electric Ltd, Mackie Research Capital Corp., Renewable Forest Services Safety Net Security, Torbram Electric Supply, Travelodge, Try Max Transport, Van Kam Freightways, Vancouver Island MusicFest Vicar Electric, Whats On Digest, Yamaha, York Machine Shop, Windsor Plywood, The Mortgage Centre, Alpine Backhoe
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Buying a Home In Campbell River! You can’t help but notice the optimism around the future of Campbell River. The many economic benefits coming from the large projects that have started or soon will are sure to provide long term stability to our economy. Upward pressure on interest rates and home prices should be enough to get home buyers off the fence. No doubt this is a great time to buy a home in Campbell River. Call to discuss your next move!
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966 Shoppers Row, Campbell River
OPEN HOUSE SAT, AUG 6 • 1-2:30 991 PETERSEN ROAD Above: Diana, Paul, Leslie
• 3 bedroom rancher in Willow Point • Updates include fireplace insert, flooring, bathroom, and paint • 670 sq.ft. shop with 220V and bathroom • 15’x32’ inground pool, ideal for hot day dips • Pivate yard, fenced, lots of RV parking • Neat package
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Rare find in the city 2300 sq.ft. wonderful family home on .95 acre with ocean and mountain views. Big open concept with living, kitchen and dining area, upper level with 3-5 bedrooms and 4pc bath, bottom level laundry, 2 piece bath, big family room & games room all with access to the huge double level deck with grape harbour all over looking your own private orchard. A gardeners delight. Walking distance to golf, walking trails, city, schools. $398,000
ONLY TWO WATERFRONT LOTS REMAINING
2 PLANS TO CHOOSE FROM Starting at $299,500
Campbell River’s Newest Luxury Patio Home Development
6 Appliances included and so much more . . .
Located in the gated subdivision of Newport, 1 km north of the bridges. This bare land strata patio home development is on the world famous Campbell River Estuary. Open concept living in this home with two color schemes to choose from. Features include a spacious kitchen, stone gas fireplace, heat pump, on-demand hot water, attached garage, exterior patio as well as a 5 piece appliance package, garage door opener and blind package. Yards are fully landscaped and fenced with sprinkler system. The oversized master bedroom boasts a deluxe 5 pc ensuite with heated tile floors and walk-in closet. Enjoy the common property access to the waterfront a few short paddles to the famous Campbell River tyee fishing pool.
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Associate Broker/ Realtor
Associate Broker/ Realtor
Friday, Saturday, Sunday from1-3pm 2991 North Beach Drive
LIMITED EDITION…. only 2 lots remaining. This may be your Don’t let this last chance to purchase a waterfront lot on the breathtaking estuary where the Campbell River meets the Pacific Ocean. opportunity pass by: Imagine….private protected moorage with a 40 foot dock included at your doorstep located inside the Newport gated LOT 7 – 0.113 hectares community. These properties have design guidelines in place (inc. LCP); 12,163 sqft to maintain the integrity of the development. The subdivision $270,900. has been developed with custom street lighting, rolled curbs and underground services including a beautiful waterfall with LOT 8 – 0.154 hectares (inc. LCP); 16,576 sqft extensive landscaping at the entrance to welcome you. $249,900. Come be a part of the neighbourhood and enjoy this peaceful corner of paradise. Did we mention the resident white swan?
• Kingfisher 1550 sqft • Sandpiper 1415 sqft
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Campbell River’s #1 Real Estate Company
Based on completed sales statistics from Vancouver Island Real Estate Board (for 2014 Year to Date)
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Looking for that unique ocean view home with character and charm? Look no further! This home is situated on a large corner lot with an ocean view!
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OPEN HOUSE Beautifully appointed home on a semi-waterfront property on the southwest shores of Cortes Island. Private, landscaped yard with creek, a short walk to a sandy beach.
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TED & TERRI CHALATURNYK
TED & TERRI CHALATURNYK
120 FOREST GROVE ! ING LIST
Perfect place for your quality home! There’s NEW even plenty of room for your dream shop on this 0.36 acre level lot, located in a quiet cul de sac. MLS 412895 $154,800
308 CARNEGIE ST Ever popular street with a huge yard (almost 0.4 acre) with good privacy and some ocean and mountain views! The yard has RV/boat parking and a double garage and long driveway.
! ING LIST
Personal Real Estate Corporation
11-1315 CREEKSIDE WAY Central, 2 bedroom townhouse in desirable area! This is a preferred end unit in well maintained strata complex with nice landscaping. MLS 411917
Personal Real Estate Corporation
SHANNON MARIN 250-202-0160
TED & TERRI CHALATURNYK
640 NELSON This level entry basement plan has ocean views from the living, dining, kitchen and master bedroom! The basement is finished with a massive family room and rec room combination! $459,800 MLS 413066
Personal Real Estate Corporation
2244 SALMON POINT RD Here is a great B&B ! ING property or live & earn LIST W possibility. Main home NE lives like a rancher plus 2 bedroom detached apartment & 2 bedroom cottage. $749,000 MLS 411952
3882 BARCLAY RD 3 bed/2 bath on each side of this legal duplex. New roof, hot water tanks and wood stoves. Currently rented for $1000 each side. MLS 412855
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2629 VANCOUVER PLACE
21-620 HELANTON RD
537 ASH ST
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1.6 acres with a gorgeous home less than 5 mins to downtown Campbell River. Open concept living on the main, pine flooring and huge gourmet kitchen. $729,900 MLS 412652
191 MC PHEDRAN
970 NORTHMORE RD
7522 ISLAND N HWY The farm you’ve admired for years as you drove past is for sale! Scenic pasture land & wooded acres, 2 homes, 130 acres. MLS 391453
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585 GRAYSON RD
AMY ROSS & PAUL AXON
2 bedroom rancher with large covered deck, 2 driveways and extra living space across breezeway. MLS 412021
Great family home in a great neighbourhood! Updates include main floor bathroom and hardwood upstairs. 3 bed/3 bath. MLS 411278
101-894 S ISLAND HWY Spacious ocean view condo. This well maintained unit has been updated with new flooring throughout the main living areas, fresh paint and new fridge and stove. $139,900 MLS 409357
934 ELM ST
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2601 CAMPBELL RIVER RD Rancher by the River! Situated on a park-like .72 acre lot across the road from the Campbell River and Canyon View trail. MLS 407496
What’s new? This home has received new roof, windows, furnace, ducts, plumbing, electrical, all season deck, kitchen and more.
Hillside setting with view of Gorge Harbour, 3 bedroom 1.5 bath home. Recently renovated, bright and spacious. Guest Cottage maybe rented or perfect for visiting family! $455,000 MLS 41213
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& SARAH BRADSHAW 250-285-3293
605 CORMORANT PL Impeccably maintained executive level entry home with walkout basement. Back yard is your own personal resort with swimming pool, tennis court, play centre and beautiful gardens.
Bright, beautiful, Ocean & Mountain view, detached Patio home. This West Coast Contemporary custom home is overlooking Quadra Island, Georgia Straits and the Coastal Mountain range.
Remarkable ocean view home overlooking Gowlland Harbour on Quadra Island’s west side. Fully renovated, features post & beam construction with high vaulted ceilings. A must see!
405-700 ISLAND HWY Park View Terrace! Exclusive Penthouse situated across from Rotary Beach Park/Sea Walk. Your chance to own one of the most desirable condos in Campbell $539,000 River. MLS 411279
1375 SALAL RD
784 CLIFFE RD
2947 YORK RD New price!!! Beautifully updated rancher with shop! Situated on a peaceful.86 acre lot, this sprawling rancher offers 4 bedrooms (3 + den), and numerous modern updates. Was $529,900
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BILL BRADSHAW Personal Real Estate Corporation
& SARAH BRADSHAW 250-285-3293 firstname.lastname@example.org
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Explore Strathcona Park’s Forbidden Plateau subalpine area
he Strathcona Wilderness Institute is offering outdoor exploration options for people of all levels of experience in our summer program.
For the intermediate hiker, Sharon Hill will lead a 16 km hike to scenic Kwai Lake at 9 a.m.on Saturday. Expect to take around 7-8 hours, and come prepared.
Bring lunch, water, sturdy footwear and clothing appropriate to the weather conditions in the mountains. The Kwai Lake route is an excellent introduction to the backcountry
subalpine areas of Forbidden Plateau, so don’t miss out. For those looking for a more leisurely afternoon, expert botanist Helen Robinson will lead a nature walk
around the Paradise Meadows boardwalks identifying later blooming subalpine flowers. Meet at 1 p.m. on Sunday, Aug. 7 to join this walk and learn about these beautiful wild-
flowers. All walks meet at the Strathcona Park Wilderness Centre on Nordic Drive, near Raven Lodge. Unfortunately, no dogs are permitted.
Suggested donation for attendance is $5-10,contact strathconawilderness@gmail. com to register or find more information on our website at strathconapark.org
3x12AUGUST 5, 2016 COMMUNITY UPDATE SERVE YOUR COMMUNITY ON THE BOARD OF VARIANCE
Members of the public are invited to apply to serve on the Board of Variance, an independent panel of ﬁve members appointed by Council to consider minor variances from the City’s Zoning Bylaw. Appeals to the Board are generally made by homeowners or developers when compliance with a minor aspect of Zoning Bylaw (such as a side yard setback) would cause “hardship” to the applicant.
Why join the Board? This is an opportunity to play a role in land use decision making in Campbell River. No speciﬁc knowledge or qualiﬁcations are required, but an interest in civic governance and land use regulations is important.
The Board meets when applications are received, typically 4 to 10 times a year. Criteria for membership on the Board includes being available to meetings during working hours, with at least 10 days’ notice. Meetings generally last no longer than an hour. During a meeting, the Board will consider whether the application is “minor” and whether “hardship” is evident, and will either deny or approve an application. The Board hears representations from an applicant and/or their neighbours before making a decision. City staff provide administrative and technical support. The term for this position will commence October 1, 2016 through to March 31, 2019. Questions? Please contact Tracy Bate, Deputy City Clerk at 250-286-5705 or email email@example.com Information and applications are at City Hall or at www.campbellriver.ca
Looking towards Mt. Elma on the way to Kwai Lake.
Apply today! Deadline is 4:30 PM Monday, August 22, 2016
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Featuring Paradigm & Lone Peak shoes… made with a cushioned zero dropped platform and FootShape toe box. This innovative combo promotes low-impact technique and allows your feet to remain in a natural, relaxed position across every terrain. Dylan Morgan from Altra along with the Outdoor Adventure staff will be onsite to answer all your questions Try on the Altra difference, take them for a spin and experience the powerful running performance of these shoes.
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301 St. Ann’s Road Campbell River, BC V9W 4C7 Telephone: 250-286-5700 firstname.lastname@example.org www.campbellriver.ca
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3x5 Coupon Strip
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PHOTO COURTESY TYEE CLUB OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
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The first Tyee of the year was brought in last night at 8 p.m. by Racho Jordanov, a new member of the Tyee Club. He caught a 34.5 lb. Tyee on a plug rowed by Bruce Aikman.
Local heroes join forces to fight Parkinson’s disease at Parkinson SuperWalk
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This September, family, friends and co-workers are teaming up for Parkinson SuperWalk to inspire hope in over 13,300 British Columbians living with Parkinson’s disease.
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p.m. at Willow Point Hall. Parkinson Society British Columbia is committed to helping those affected by Parkinson’s disease live well. Research has shown that exercise plays an important role in helping to manage the symptoms of the disease. As a result, the society has invested in training professionals to lead Parkinson’s specific exercise programming in communities across the province.
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has worked in the nonprofit sector for most of her career. Neither had owned a book store before. One thing that made the prospect of owning the bookstore more palatable was the fact that it was a well-established business and wellknown and respected in the community. It might have seemed like a risky prospect getting involved in an industry that was undergoing change due to technology and dominance by large corporate book sellers. But Hirst points out the initial surge in interest in e-reader has abated somewhat and stats are showing that the purchase of printed books is increasing. “That certainly reflects the experience of our customers,” Hirst says. Hirst says eBooks are a great if you’re going away on a trip and want to load up on some reading material. But a lot of people are still showing a preference for the printed product and holding a novel in their
hands. “People continue to still talk to us about the importance to them of being able to open a new book and to hold a new book and to have books around their home,” Hirst says. And the independent bookseller is not going anywhere any time soon, either. In fact, Vancouver Island is a bit of a hotbed for independent booksellers. “A lot of the communities support independent book stores,” she says. Hirst expected that online sellers like Amazon or Chapters would be their main big competitor but that is not proving to be the case. It’s not just that Coho customers are often not interested in shopping online or don’t like to use their credit card online but it’s also because a lot of Coho’s business is special order books. Whereas online retailers carry bestsellers, Coho’s customers are often looking for a specific book and know that Coho can get it for them. “They come in with their list because they know we can (get it for them),” Hirst says. But there’s another component of Coho customers’ behaviour and that is their belief in not just shopping local, but living local. “People often comment about the importance of supporting the local store,” Hirst says. “We believe in that as well; shopping local and living local and the importance of doing that.” There’s an ethic of supporting local businesses but also in dealing with real people,
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The province and 17 coastal First Nations signed implementation agreements for four Marine Planning Partnership (MaPP) marine plans, collaboratively developed for the North Pacific Coast. “I’m pleased that we are able to formally begin implementation of these important marine plans. These plans chart a long-term vision for our northern maritime areas and provide a useful set of recommendations to help facilitate the review, assessment and referral processes for marine use applications,” said Steve Thomson, Minister of Forests, Lands and Natural Resource Operations in a government press release. Completed in 2015, the plans foster a balance between stewardship and economic development using an ecosystem-based management approach that includes recommendations for marine
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Moving from the west, the area includes the shelf waters of Queen Charlotte Sound, hundreds of islands, and exposed rocky headlands which meet an intricate shoreline in the eastern portion of the plan area. The shoreline is cut by narrow channels and steepwalled fjords that contain ecologically complex estuaries, calm inlets and pocket coves. Its main communities include Bella Coola, Bella Bella, Ocean Falls, Wuikinuxv, Shearwater and Klemtu. First Nations partners participating in the Central Coast Marine Plan include the Heiltsuk, Kitasoo/Xai’Xais, Nuxalk and Wuikinuxv Nations.
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Another successful year for City’s Youth Action Committee The City of Campbell River’s Youth Action Committee (YAC) has disbanded for summer vacation after another successful year. YAC summarized their year-in-review accomplishments over a pizza and sushi party with Mayor and Council, the city manager and deputy city manager, who expressed appreciation and encouragement to the youth who volunteered their time to share their perspective on a broad range of topics and City projects. “Members of YAC often act as stakeholder representatives at consultations and events,” explains deputy city manager Ron Neufeld. “They have been invited to help on a number of projects, including gathering data for a public art inventory this spring. They also welcomed guest presenters who attended their meeting to ask their opinion on various projects.”
The Youth Action Committee of 2015/2016 was made up of approximately 15 high school students in grades 9 to 12 at Carihi and Timberline schools. Highlights from the year include the Earth Week Film Festival, a presentation by three YAC members to Council on YAC’s downtown revitalization survey, a visit from MLA Claire Trevena, and making recommendations to the transportation department about cycling in Campbell River. “YAC’s presentation on downtown revitalization at a council meeting earlier this year was high-quality, one of the best Council has seen,” says Councillor Marlene Wright, who holds the youth portfolio. “I have b e en s o impressed by the dedication of these students to make our City a better place and share the youth voice.” “To me, YAC is a really
fun way to have a voice in my community,” says Sidney Demuth, who just finished Grade 10 at Timberline. “One of my favourite parts of YAC is seeing a project you’ve worked really hard on come to life! “I definitely plan to come back to YAC again in the fall. It’s a really fun time, and I encourage other youth to give it a shot.” “On behalf of the City of Campbell River, we congratulate all YAC members who have graduated this month, and we wish them all the best in this new stage of life,” says youth action committee staff liaison, Cassie Smith. Adds staff liaison Jennifer Furst, “We wish all members a wonderful summer vacation and look forward to seeing some familiar faces return in the fall!” Campbell River youth interested in being involved in meaning-
The Youth Action Committee of 2015/2016 was made up of approximately 15 high school students in grades 9 to 12 at Carihi and Timberline schools.
ful volunteer work over the next school year are invited to apply to join the Youth Action Com-
Campbell River CPA students excel in national exam Two Campbell River CPA students, Karen Hoskins and Tyler Staschuk, passed the multi-day national Common Final Examination (CFE) written in May 2016. The exam was administered by the CPA Western School of Business (CPAWSB). A total of 158 B.C. writers have successfully completed the exam, announced today by the Chartered Professional Accountants of British Columbia (CPABC) and CPAWSB. In order to become designated, students must complete rigorous course work, pass the CFE, and fulfill relevant practical experience requirements. The national CFE ensures all Canadian chartered
professional accountants meet the same high standards, which are recognized nationally and internationally. The CPA Western School of Business extends congratulations to the 411 western Canadian candidates who were successful on the May 2016 CFE. Through course work and in passing this rigorous exam they have demonstrated the technical skills, professionalism, and business acumen expected of new CPAs. We wish them the best as they continue in their careers,” said Steve Vieweg, FCPA, FCMA, CEO of CPAWSB. CPAWSB delivers the nationally-developed CPA professional education program in Can-
ada’s western region. Throughout the program, CPA candidates develop the competencies expected of professional accountants, developing technical skills and enabling competencies as they grow in professionalism and leadership. About CPA British Columbia The Chartered Professional Accountants of British Columbia (CPABC) was formed through the amalgamation of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of BC (ICABC), the Certified General Accountants Association of BC (CGA-BC), and the
Certified Management Accountants Society of BC (CMABC). CPABC was officially established when the CPA Act came into effect on June 24, 2015. CPABC represents over 34,000 members and 5,200 CPA students and candidates.
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Raising children is definitely a joy — it’s also expensive. And, while parents are great at keeping track of schedules, appointments and making lists that keep their lives in order, financial planning can be forgotten in the rush and hustle of everyday life. But it’s important to have a financial plan in place if parents are to successfully navigate the different stages of their children’s lives – so here is a quick reference financial checklist for families. Pre-Baby • Research all available employee and government parental benefits so you’ll know what your income is likely to be while you’re away from work. • Review your current financial plan(s) and determine what you want to save in advance of having a child and what your family budget will be when your new addition arrives. • Save early and often, in a tax-efficient way. Use RRSPs and TFSAs to build a nest egg. • Investigate life, disability and critical illness insurance. • Arrange for a last will and testament or update your most recent will to be sure it includes your wishes for your child’s (and any future children’s) education, care and inheritance. Name a guardian for minor children in the event of your death. Infant and Toddler (0-5) • Register your child for all government benefits. • Open an RESP. The government offers a Canadian Education Savings Grant* which can provide 20% or more return on the money you save depending on your income. The Early Years (5-10) • Open a savings account for your child.
• Save the receipts from daycare and extracurricular programs because they may be eligible for the child care expense deduction. • Re-visit your financial plan and anticipated future costs to be sure you’re saving and investing enough to meet your goals. Adolescent and Teenager (11-19) • Talk to your kids about earning, saving and spending wisely. • If they have a part-time job, help them to divide their income into areas like current cost of living, future school savings and investments. • Teach them about loans and good and bad forms of debt. • Set goals with them and add incentives like matching their savings.
Young Adult (20-25) • Offer to contribute toward the purchase of their first home if they are able to save a certain amount on their own. • Talk with them about savings plans like TFSAs and RRSPs. • Be sure they understand all the tax deductions and credits available to them through RRSP contributions, their educational expenses, and so on. • Encourage them to work with a professional to file proper tax returns. • Include them in conversations about estate planning and where to find your will and other valuable information. Life can bring joy and happiness along with change and challenges. Your professional advisor can help navigate every stage by providing the personal financial knowledge you need and the right financial plan for your family.
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MERVIN DAVID BELANKO
July 21, 1946 – July 27, 2016
to my amazing wife
You So Much Love, your husband Dano FAMILY ANNOUNCEMENTS IN MEMORIAM
FAMILY ANNOUNCEMENTS IN MEMORIAM
A Celebration of Life will be held for Francis Lloyd Lea “Bob” “Bub” Sept. 6, 1920-Nov. 12, 2015
August 13, 2016 at 3pm 913 Heritage Meadow Dr. Come join us and share your memories.
In Loving Memory
Jeremy Robert Woods July 8, 1977 - August 8, 2015 Dearly missed by parents Terry and Colleen and brothers Jeff and Dave (Amy) Nieces Claire and Julia and nephew Kevin. "We have holes in our hearts" "We have holes in our lives" "But we carry on"
Mervin David Belanko passed away suddenly and unexpectedly on July 27, 2016, just six days after his 70th birthday (July 21, 1946). He is survived by his best friend and love Jacquie Abbott, his children Michelle Young, Eugene Belanko, and Christopher Belanko (Christina), as well as 8 grandchildren and one great-grandchild, and his siblings Marie (Frank), Colleen (Wayne), Connie (Marcel), Jerome (Tish), Ken and Dean. Merv was born in Melfort, Saskatchewan. He arrived on Vancouver Island, BC on September 7, 1973, and by the time he reached Parksville he decided never to leave, and settled in Campbell River. A Celebration of Life for Merv is being held on August 12th at 2pm at the Campbell River Maritime Heritage Centre. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to Campbell River Search and Rescue.
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It is with great sorrow that we announce the passing of Patricia Hadikin on Sunday July 31, 2016 at the age of 68 years. Patricia slipped away peacefully to the light, surrounded by her family. Pat is lovingly remembered by her daughter Jackie (Curtis) of Calgary, her sisters, Susan, Kathy and Peggy (Ralf), grandchildren Mathew and Zaden, and numerous nieces and nephews. Predeceased by her parents, Alfred “Pat” and Frances Monteith and daughter Janet, Pat’s will and determination finally acquiesced to God’s call to join her family in heaven. People who knew her enjoyed her sense of humor.
CELEBRATION OF LIFE for MIKE MCCLUSKEY Join us at 1PM, Sunday August 14, 2016, at the Gowland Harbor Resort on Quadra island, to remember Mike McCluskey.
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A funeral mass will be celebrated on Sat. August 6, 2016 at 10:00am. at St. Patrick’s Catholic Church on Alder St.
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Lynne Dorothy Dick (Wilson)
October 12, 1952-July 27, 2016
October 10, 1941 – July 27, 2016 It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of Lynne Dick on July 27, 2016. She is predeceased by her parents Edward and Doreen Wilson, and her son Ralph Edward Dick. She is survived by her husband Ralph, son Rob (Jamie); grandchildren Marisa (Clint) Baikie, Joel, Nigel, Layla Dick; great-grandchildren Rylan, Bowen, Bridger Baikie, brother Bruce (Vicky) Wilson and numerous brothers-inlaw, sisters-in-law, nieces and nephews. A Celebration of Life will be held on August 12, 2016 at 1:00pm at the Thunderbird Hall, 1400 Wei Wai Kum Road, Campbell River, BC. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Canadian Cancer Society or Parkinson Canada.
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It is with deep sadness we announce the death of Mark (Kim) Ridgway. Kim died at home surrounded by his family. He was predeceased by his father Walter and his sisters Phyllis and Dawn. He leaves behind his mother Marie, wife Judy; children Karalee (Bob), James (Sarah), Melanie (Andrew); grandchildren Jacob Mikaila, Noah, Sierra, Matthew, Jonah, David, Ben and Hailey, brothers, John (Bernneice) and Ken (Darlene), sisters Ann (Norm) and Melody (Doug) and numerous nieces and nephews. Kim was an avid outdoorsman. Many hunting and fishing stories were relived with his best buddy, Bob, over coffee. Kim was an elder with the North Island Metis and was very proud of his Metis culture and heritage. Kim’s deep faith and love for his Lord shone through him and touched all those he came in contact with as he lived his faith daily. He is finally pain free and walking with his Lord! A Celebration of Life will be held on Saturday, August 6th, 11am at Discovery Community Church, 250-10th Ave. In lieu of flowers, please consider a donation to either the BC Children’s Hospital or the Alberta Children’s Hospital as both were very dear to Kim’s heart.
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Our family would like to acknowledge Dad’s “Yucalta Family” for their kind care and compassion during this past year.
She is survived by her husband, Robert Dickison, four daughters, Elisabeth Little, Mary Mirhashemy (Farbod), Sarah Little, and Hannah Little, and two grandsons, Cyrus and Kian Mirhashemy, her mother Vera Kervin, and siblings, Pat Kervin (Jackie), Joanne Embury (Tom), John Kervin (Krista), Mike Kervin (Adrienne), Susan Achari, and Roger Kervin.
Dad requested no service. Our family will gather together to spread his ashes in Scott Cove, where he spent many happy years.
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June 18, 1969 – July 17, 2016 In loving memory and extreme sadness the family announces the passing of Lisa Ann Revoy. She will be forever missed and fondly remembered. She is survived by her four children, Steven (Kelliesha), Sheldon, Nicholas, and Rebecca, her newly born grandson Braxton, companion and partner Rocky Semkiw, father Edwin Davis, step-father Ralph white (Judy), sister Rosa Davis (Bob), nephews Brandon Davis, Matthew Davis, step-sisters Shelley Beleznay (Gerry) and family, Kim Getz (Greg) and family, Robyn Mudie (Rod) and family, and the father of her children David Revoy, as well as many extended family and friends. Lisa is predeceased by her mother Shirley White and step-brother Marc White. Lisa meant so much to so many. She had a beautiful smile that could light up any room and a kind compassionate heart. She loved to laugh and enjoyed spending time outdoors, hiking, fishing, camping, and gardening. Lisa will be remembered as a mother who encouraged her kids to pursue their dreams and to “go with the flow” when life brings change.
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“The depths of sorrow we cannot tell, Of the loss of one we loved so well; And while she sleeps a peaceful sleep, Her memory we shall always keep.”
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Ellestad Wiik Duo coming to Campbell River
e are extremely proud to announce another prize-winning music selection for our continuing Otter’s Holt House Concert series. Laura Ellestad (Hardanger fiddle and vocals) and Magnus Wiik (guitar, banjo, dobro, and vocals) are coming to our house on Monday, August 8 from 7-10 p.m. Tickets are a suggested $20 per person, all of which goes to the artists. The Ellestad Wiik Duo is living proof that folk music knows no
boundaries. Ellestad was so fascinated by Norwegian folk music that she packed her bags in 2008 and moved from Calgary to Valdres to study Hardanger fiddle. Wiik fell in love with both Irish and American folk music in the mid-2000s, and has taken over a dozen trips abroad to study these traditions. It took a Canadian to get him to open his ears to the music of his home country, but now he’s listening! The duo has released their debut album
together in June, entitled “On the Water” and we help them celebrate their album release tour by having them here. The material converges somewhere on the Atlantic Ocean. The majority of the tunes are Norwegian, but with Wiik’s guitar, banjo, and dobro accompaniment, the music always has one foot on either side of the Atlantic. Ellestad Wiik Duo is curious about the music’s origins, but they are even more interested in experimenting with traditions.
As a duo, Ellestad and Wiik have toured in Norway, Denmark, and Canada and have performed at dances, concerts, and competitions. They have delved into a large repertoire of traditional music, and their debut album presents a selection of this material. “On the Water” was released on June 10, 2016 on Just for the Records. The album contains nine Norwegian tunes, four American tunes, two Irish tunes, and a French-Canadian tune.
For additional information and reservations (required), either email barbaradenz@gmail. com or call at 250-9236361. We’ll take care of payment over Interac e-Transfer or cash and all the proceeds go to the band.
Laura Ellestad and Magnus Wiik play Norwegian, American, Irish and FrenchCanadian folk tunes. They will be in Campbell River at a house concert on Aug. 8.
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August 05, 2016 edition of the Campbell River Mirror