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The family of a Qualicum Beach man was devastated this week when his remote fishing lodge north of Campbell River suffered $10,000 in theft and extensive damage. Cordero Lodge, located just across Cordero Channel from East Thurlow Island, had been put up for sale last year, around the time that 72-year-old Lorrie Tanguay was diagnosed with bladder cancer. “Whoever did this obviously didn’t understand the amount of damage they caused,” said Ken Tanguay, Lorrie’s son. Lorrie Tanguay is at home under palliative nursing care, his son said. He added the family has not shared the news of the theft and damage with their father. “He’s always been a fighter,” Ken Tanguay said. “But I think hearing this would just suck the last bit of energy out of him.” Sayward RCMP are seeking information into the break-in, theft and vandalism. The mooring lines to the floating lodge were then cut and the buildings were left adrift, said Ken Tanguay, who estimated total losses and damage at about $30,000. The damage was discovered Sunday morning by Shaun Tinney, a friend of Tanguay’s who has been looking in on the lodge while it is closed in the off-season. “We just want to get the word out that there’s pirates out there,” said Tinney. “People don’t think there’s pirates on our coast, but they’re out there.”

The gangway at Cordero Lodge was completely destroyed when the site was broken into sometime between Jan. 19 and 29.

Tang u ay s ai d h e believes more than one person was involved, as some of the stolen items would have been too large for a single person to handle. RCMP said the breakin occurred sometime between Jan. 19 and 29. Tanguay believes it took place either Thursday or Friday last week, as the realtor involved with the listing visited Tuesday, Jan. 24, to take photos of the property — including aerial video footage. Under super vision of the Canadian Coast Guard, Tinney lashed the bulk of the lodge to the shoreline temporar-

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Premier Christy Clark’s “jobs plan” propaganda is gearing up for another election, complete with heavy-rotation TV ads assuring B.C. hockey and football fans that “our opportunity is here.” The stated purpose of these feel-good ads is to highlight overdue investments in trades and technical education, and extol the virtues of the government’s housing policies. The jobs plan has been Clark’s marketing vehicle since she assumed the leadership of the BC Liberal Party in 2011. It was inspired by former prime minister Stephen Harper’s “economic action plan,” faded billboards for which can still be seen around B.C. This marketing must work regardless of government ideology, because Alberta NDP Premier Rachel Notley now has an “Alberta jobs plan” that also involves her standing in front of smiling people wearing hardhats. Unfortunately, in most areas of B.C. as well as Alberta, what’s lacking are actual jobs. Clark constantly repeats the figure of 191,000 net new jobs in B.C. in the past five years, and glosses

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over the fact that all of that job growth has occurred in southwest urban areas around Vancouver and Victoria. The rest of the province has seen a net loss of jobs. Mills and mines have shut down or reduced production, and the gas fields of the northeast hit a low ebb with a series of delays to liquefied natural gas export proposals. There is recovery in energy and commodity markets. I’m assured by Dawson Creek Mayor Dale Bumstead among others that drill rigs are returning to the Montney shale, a rich source of petroleum liquids that can be mixed with the Alberta heavy oil that will eventually start moving south and west in greater quantities. The forest industry is in uncertain times, with declining timber supply and U.S. trade threats, and it’s looking for a break from the B.C. gov-

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ernment in the pre-election budget that will be revealed in February. A legacy of B.C.’s resurrected provincial sales tax is that we’re the only B.C. place left in Canada where PST is charged on electricity bills. And for all of Clark’s rhetoric about the lowest personal income taxes, the business tax environment is not attractive. According to the government’s own Commission on Tax Competitiveness, sales tax still lands on most machinery and equipment, for which B.C. has the third lowest investment rate in the country. Combining corporate income tax, sales tax and non-residential property tax, B.C. comes in well above the national average, with a “marginal effective tax rate” of 27.9 per cent compared to 18.9 per cent for the rest of Canada. In the urban southwest, there is a building boom, an increase

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in service and technology jobs and steeply increasing cost of living driven by real estate prices. So we have areas with jobs but no place to live, and areas with cheap housing and no jobs. The latest official version of Clark’s “jobs plan” was rolled out last week. The deadline for three LNG plants moves to construction underway by 2020, and mine opening and expansion goals are also kicked down the road. The new headliner is “innovation,” with UBC president Santa Ono heading an effort to stimulate growth of new technology businesses through university research. There will also be a “climate action” jobs plan, which seems even more vague. My guess is, look for lots of tree planting as well as paving this spring. I wish I could tell you the NDP opposition has a clearer strategy for 2017, but so far that’s not the case. More on that in a subsequent column. Tom Fletcher is B.C. legislature reporter and columnist for Black Press. Email: tfletcher@ blackpress.ca Twitter: @tomfletcherbc

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Monday Night Men’s 10 Pin Bowling January 30 Standings QTR YTD What’s On Digest 159.0 391.5 Lesson Lake 158.5 398.5 Clippers 139.5 379.0 Boston Brutes 124.0 418.0 Storrie Creek Golfers 115.5 387.5 Da Bears 110.5 385.0 Alley Cats 88.0 339.5

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Tuesday Lunch Bunch 10 Pin Bowling January 31 Standings Teams QTR WK Teams QTR WK Newbies 210.0 15.0 Nesbitt Is Coffee 166.0 35.0 SMF 197.5 38.0 Bowl Mates 159.0 11.5 Quay West 196.0 15.5 Is Fever Travel 143.5 22.0 Heavy Balls 177.0 27.0 Marine Harvest 139.0 39.0 Odd Balls 172.5 18.0 Quinsam Auto 119.5 19.0 CONGRATULATIONS TO - NEWBIES -3RD QTR WINNERS WOMEN High Scr Game Darlene Woods 242 High Hdcp Game Darlene Woods 284 High Scr Series Darlene Woods 590 High Hdcp Series Darlene Woods 716 Pins Over Avg Darlene Woods 116 MEN Hi Scratch Game Ray Stormo 221 Hi Handicap Game Ray Stormo 242 Hi Scratch Series Ray Stormo 617 Handicap Series Ray Stormo 680 Pins Over Avg Ray Stormo 80 TEAM Hi Scratch Game Marine Harvest 534 Hi Handicap Game Marine Harvest 692 Hi Scratch Series Marine Harvest 1525 Handicap Series Marine Harvest 1999

Tuesday Night 10 Pin Bowling January 24 Standings

Teams Qtr YTD Canada Plus 24 100 *Screaming Eagle’s 22 88 *The B.U.F.F.S 20 102 Awl Tec 18 76 Friggin’ 10 Pin 16 74 *Spare Talent 16 86 King Pins 14 86 Ryan’s Pizzeria 14 62 **Split Happens 14 66 Quarter Winners: 1st = * 2nd = ** 3rd=*** Team Scr Game Friggin’ 10 Pin 774 Team Hcp Game Friggin’ 10 Pin 947 Team Scr Series Friggin’ 10 Pin 2118 Team Hcp Series Friggin’ 10 Pin 2637 Scr Game Men/Women Hcp Series Men/Women Robert Hansen 252 Robert Hansen 764 Devon Rodgers 209 Devon Rodgers 691 Hcp Game Men/Women Most POA Men/Women Robert Hansen 299 Harley Trenholm +40 Devon Rodgers 263 Devon Rodgers +82 Scr Series Men/Women Robert Hansen 623 Devon Rodgers 529

Thursday Seniors 5 Pin Bowling January 26 Standings Team 2nd QTR Team Flounders 12 Grunts Groupers 10 Croakers Dogfish 10 Stingrays Gobies 8 Dolphins WEEKLY TEAM SCORES Points Over Series Average Groupers +106 Hi Scratch Game Stingrays 929 High Scratch Series Groupers 2386 INDIVIDUAL SCORES Pins Over Average Game Men Jack Krajnc +87 Ladies Marg Branchi +72 Pins Over Agerage Series Men Jack Krajnc +126 Roy Campbell +126 Ladies Sharon Petersen +37 High Scratch Game Men John Fozzard 239 Ladies Marg Branchi 247 High Scratch Series Men John Fozzard 632 Ladies Olivia Milan 571

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The North Island Rage U13 Tier 2 field lacrosse team played against Nanaimo Pac Rim on Saturday at the Beban Park Turf fields in Nanaimo to play for first place in the finals. The score was 9-1 for the Rage. They will now be going to Victoria to play in the Provincials on the Family Day long weekend, Feb .1013. The U13 tier 2 team also won gold in the Richmond Romp Tournament in November. PHOTOS BY SANDY GAMMIE

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The long month of January is over and the fishing activity has picked up a little between Port Hardy and Courtenay and with Campbell River in the middle, few anglers have ventured south to fish the Stamp River. The Stamp River has one of the largest returns of winter steelhead in the province. Already in the past few months there has been a steady stream of anglers hit the Stamp in hopes of catching a steelhead by using fly or spinning gear. A fly pattern that has had great success is a Popsicle fly made of purple and pink or red marabou with some flash added. For those who want to fish closer to home can fish the Campbell River in the upper region and fly fishing only but those who fish the Quinsam are finding fish and the pressure should pick up later in the month. Expect the Gold and Salmon rivers to see more anglers fishing in weeks to come. The Salmon has big fish and

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$449,000 MLS 418774 Enchanting ocean view home in desirable Willow Point. Enjoy your coffee on your very private decks while watching ships and whales cruise the Inside Passage. Kitchen and master suite windows afford views of the resident eagle nest. This comfortable family home has tasteful colours throughout, adding to the ambiance of expansive windows that bring the magic of snowcapped Coastal Mountains right into your home. Updates include newer roof, new sky light, flooring, paint, gas stove, new washing machine and dishwasher. Combination of newer heat pump and spray foam insulation of the crawlspace (in 2011) increased the energy efficiency from 68 to 81/100, resulting in remarkably low utility bills. This amazing 4 bedroom, 4 bathroom home is perfect for a growing family. Location in quiet cul-de-sac and fully fenced yard increases safety for your children and pets. Landscaped yard is filled with perennials and has a sprinkler system in place.

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174 Victory Turn

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Fabulous custom built 4100 sq. ft. home on almost half an acre in Mitlenatch. Plenty of room for your family with 4 bedrooms and a huge bonus room up and a 5th bedroom or office on the main. There’s a gourmet kitchen with newer countertops, baking counter, double wall ovens, and walk-in pantry. The luxurious master suite has a huge ensuite with 6’ soaker tub, 3 sided gas fireplace, double shower, walk in closet and private deck overlooking the yard. Plenty of RV parking or you can park the toys in the triple car garage. This is a magnificent estate-like home.

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651 Cooper $339,800 MLS 417681 Quick possession is possible for this rancher with a bonus room! Great location near Georgia Park School and a great home with large kitchen with island open to the dining room and featuring sliders to the patio in the fenced in yard. There is a gas fireplace in the living room and three good sized bedrooms. The bonus room over the garage is ideal for a family room, craft room or a man cave. There is good RV parking too. A great package that won’t last long!

2225 Fosgate Road $339,000 MLS 414466 This unique 4.57 acres of rolling pasture land is located in the district of small farms and wineries between Courtenay and Campbell River close to Oyster River. Provides one or two hay cuts per year. Amazing open south sunny exposure provides lots of options for home location with city water and gas at property line. Fully fenced pasture with locking gate, close to ocean, walking trails and Salmon Point Restaurant.

SOLD! 1287 Shoppers Row $29,900 MLS 417232 Great opportunity for someone wanting their own business. Just move in and take over - everything is ready. The store has been upgraded in the past six years and features a bright and attractive display space with plenty of storage. Its location next to a major anchor tenant in the Plaza is adding exposure and sales volume. The store has an exclusive on many toy lines and attracts many repeat and loyal customers.

105 – 1392 S. Island Hwy $279,800 MLS 417483 331 MacMillan Drive, Sayward $238,000 MLS 413182 2 Bedroom, 2 bath condo across from the waterfront and 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.

beach walk. This suite features 9’ ceilings, a deluxe kitchen with upgraded stainless steel appliance,and granite countertops. The large master bedroom has a full ensuite with heated tile floors and is currently being used as an ocean view office/studio with murphy bed. Both bedrooms have new flooring and French doors to allow loads of natural light. There is a heat pump plus electric fireplace, laminate floors and french doors to the back patio and wrap around terrace where you can enjoy the ocean view.

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SOLD! 300 Stratford Drive $327,800 MLS 416815 Basement home with a nice mountain view. This home features 3 bedrooms up with room for more in the basement where you will find a huge family room, storage room and unfinished space. There’s a good view and the location is ideal with shopping, the arena, walking trails and churches nearby.

1028 Fir St $299,800

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3550 Willow Creek Road $410,000

$298,900

MLS 406257

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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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 mid December.

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MLS 418248 765 Oxford Drive $479,800

Affordable 2 bed 2 bath end unit town house in a great location. This unit has tiled flooring in the entrance, laminate flooring in the living areas and its own carport. Nicely decorated throughout. Close to Sportsplex, walking trails and schools. This unit will appeal to first time buyers or investors.

MLS 417957

This gorgeous 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom has been completely renovated from top to bottom. The main floor you will find a large dining room, living room and bedroom most rooms have beautiful laminate floors. The new kitchen is great for entertaining family and friends and you can access the enclosed patio and a large covered deck. Upstairs there are 2 large bedrooms, master bedroom has a nice deck with great views of the city and mountains. The back yard is private and fully fenced with alley access and a garden shed. RV parking and for all the toys.

20 S. Petersen Rd

657A Petersen $299,900 MLS 413647 Under Construction! This brand new basement home features a great room design with a well designed kitchen and bright living spaces. There are 2 bedrooms and 2 full baths up. The basement is set up for a legal suite with a great room, two bedrooms and bathroom. The property also features a large single garage, RV parking and will be fenced with landscaping in the front. Ready for new owners in February.

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MLS 416262

This absolutely gorgeous home is situated in the heart of Cambridge Estates and features hardwood floors, 4 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, a family room and a bonus room. The wide open kitchen is bright with a pantry, gorgeous cabinets and the nook overlooks the beautifully landscaped and fenced backyard. Upstairs you will find 3 bedrooms as well as a bonus room that is perfect for family movie night, or the ultimate gym. The 3 bay garage is wired with 220 and there is plenty of RV parking. A great family home!

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WHY PAY RENT? This three bedroom mobile with a family room and workshop is perfect for the handyman who will give this home the TLC it needs. The electrical has been recently upgraded. This mobile is located in Braeside Mobile Home Estates, 50+ park. It is close to marinas and only a short walk to the beach! $16,900 MLS 417682

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3819 Mitlenatch Rd $359,900 MLS 416894 Prestigeous Mitlenatch!! Outstanding rancher on almost 1/2 acre. Wonderful design brings enormous amounts of natural light, with expansive floor to ceiling windows overlooking the peaceful and very private back yard. Cozy wood stove in the open concept kitchen living area makes this wonderful to come home to. Great room design allows for entertaining with family and friends. This home features a 3 year old roof, new hot water tank, RV parking and dry storage building/shop 21ftX10 ft in the back. On a quiet no through road, just one block to the beach, kids can walk to school in 5 minutes, and fully fenced makes this a great choice! This beautiful home is “Move in Ready” and quick possession awaits you. Truly a must see “gem”.

8889 Clarkson Ave $599,000 MLS 417960

814 Timberline Dr $519,900 MLS 409502

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 Spring 2017 or sooner. Not many properties with such an outstanding view as this gem. Plans may vary at builders discretion.

321 Arizona Dr $401,900 MLS 412175

“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 Feb/March 2017. Pick your colors, pick your flooring and make this one your own. Photos are replicas of previously built plan, changes at builder’s discretion.

315 Arizona Dr $349,900 MLS 412177

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!!

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 Feb/March 2017. New ranch style homes are hard to find, so act now! And make this yours. Plans may vary at Builder’s discretion.

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318 Arizona Dr $396,900 MLS 408851

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 Jan/Feb 2017. Pick your colours, 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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534 S. McPhedran $309,900 3 Bed / 3 Bath / 1,706 Sq/Ft

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DON’T HESITATE Two great lots remaining in the recent Phase 8 release of Maryland Estates lots. The first lot fronts onto Nebraska Drive with 78 feet of frontage and a depth of a 117 feet ( a little more than a quarter of an acre in total size) Flat and ready for your dream home with room for the detached shop or artist studio.

754 7th Ave $199,000 3 bed / 2bath / 2,097 Sq/ft

The second lot is within the cul de sac and is very suitable a grade level bungalow with a walk out basement. This lot is also generously sized at about .21 of an acre. Purchase either of these lots now for the spring start of your home.

458 Rita Cres $299,900 Fully renovated / 3 bed / 2 bath

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#13-232 BIRCH ST

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1143 sqft 2 level, 2 bdrm, 2 bath end unit townhouse on private lane. Many updates include kitchen and bathrooms, newer appliances and hot water tank, roof and front door, light fixtures throughout. Mature gardens with owned private fenced backyard (rare for a townhouse) Wireless alarm system. Feels like living in a house. 2 parking spots. Pet and child friendly building. Ideal as a potential investment or first time homeowner.

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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$474,900

NEW PRICE!! SEMI-OCEANFRONT

1590 S. ISLAND HWY

Enjoy this beautiful semi-ocean front & breathtaking mountain view family home. Watch the sunrises each morning and the moons reflections on the ocean at night from your huge deck. This 4 bdrm, 3 bath 2000+ sqft home is located on a 3/4 acre nicely landscaped lot with lots of RV parking and room for a shop. On bus routes & Sea Walk and close to shopping.

$339,900

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347 WINDEMERE PL

1688 ASPEN WAY

Lovely mountain view home on 0.24 acre located on a quiet cul-de-sac. This custom built 2850+ sqft, 4bdrm, 4bath home is lacking nothing but you. It offers breathtaking views, hardwood & slate floors, 9ft ceilings, open kitchen, gas cooking, walkin pantry, Lg Island, separate dining, den & media rooms and RV parking.

Almost 1,400 sqft updated 3 bedroom, 2 bath rancher with RV parking, detached workshop in a fully fenced and private back yard, located in a very desirable neighbourhood close to Sportsplex, shopping, Beaver Lodge & all levels of schools, K to College.

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Perfect location, beautiful 1670 sq. ft. rancher located in desirable Willow Point. This well maintained home features both a family room and living room. There is ample RV parking as well as a 20x15 detached garage and fully fenced rear yard complete with a garden area to grow delicious vegetables. This home boasts two decks, an 8x27 front desk and a covered 14x18 rear deck. Located close to all amenities, including shopping, golfing at nearby Storey Creek Golf Course, Willow Creek walking trails and the nearby Seawalk where you can go for a leisurely stroll or relax on the beach. Call today to view this remarkable home. $288,000 MLS# 418976

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38 Colorado Place Welcome home to this 3 bedroom, 1.5 bathroom rancher in the desirable Willow Point area. This home is perfect whether you are starting out or retiring. The yard is completely fenced for the kids or pets to play as well as RV parking. It’s walking distance to shopping, the Seawalk and the beach. Upon entering into the living room, there is a cozy gas fireplace and updated flooring throughout. Kitchen and eating area are located in the rear of the house with patio doors that open to the beautiful backyard. The backyard has a concrete patio for entertaining and workshop for tinkering....Come see it for yourself. $299,900 MLS 418378

3150 Island Hwy Beautiful Ocean views and the Seawalk at your front door....Yes please! This 2404 sq ft custom built home by D. Lindenbach Construction to the highest quality of standards. This boutique home offers West Coast living at its best with views of the Georgia Strait and Quadra Island from almost every room. The main floor features an expansive open living area as well as 2 bedrooms #190 - 3399 Crown Isle Drive, Courtenay and a thoughtfully designed mudroom/laundry area Stunning patio home in award winning Crown Isle... with separate entrance to access the large backyard $499,000 and covered car port. The craftsman kitchen has shaker style, antique white cabinets with granite countertops and a walnut stained island. The view is even better from upstairs, where the beautiful master bedroom, ensuite, walk-in closet with wood C. (250)203.6105 tongue and groove ceiling and a large sitting area P. (250)286-1187 are located. You can rest easy knowing that there E. melanie@nestliving.ca Check Realty is a 2/5/10 year New Home Warranty included with 950 Island Hwy. this beautiful home. $687,000 MLS 412882 www.nestliving.ca

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754 Willowcrest Road, Campbell River A spectacular opportunity to develop your very own custom residence on this large lot, centrally located...

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2653 Dolly Varden Road Custom built 3 bed/2 bath rancher on 0.403 acre in Holly Hills. MLS#41889 $524,900

8777 Island Highway 3 bed/5 bath 3 year old home on 2 acres in Black Creek. MLS#418887 $599,000

Lot 4 McLarey Ave. 0.276 acre treed lot in desirable Saratoga Beach area on no-thru road. MLS#419017 $225,000

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471 Wayne Rd Custom built rancher with original owner on 0.37 of an acre. 3bd, 2 bath bright and beautiful. MLS 416078 $449,900

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55 Maryland Road Cozy 4 bed, 2 bath home in Willow Point, just steps to the Seawalk. MLS 417547 $349,900

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2425 Campbell River Rd 4bd, 2 bath, split level home on close to ¾ acre. MLS 418233 $355,000

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506 Edgewood Drive 3bed/2bath custom built rancher with loads of extras. MLS 416248 $444,900 TING LIS W NE

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#2105 - 27 Island Hwy 1 bed/ 1 bath waterfront condo in fabulous Hidden Harbour. Ground floor unit. MLS 417996 $239,000 NEW

230 Carolyn Rd 3 bed/ 2 bath, plus den rancher on 0.24 acre backing onto horse pasture. MLS 418205 $284,900

521 Maria Grove Good solid family home on quiet cul-de-sac in the heart of the city. 4 bed/ 2 bath. MLS 416662 $252,000

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#121-155 Erickson Rd Ocean view 2 bed/ 2 bath condo in Willow Point, 55+ complex. Rentals & samll pet allowed. MLS 416716 $159,900

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561 Park Forest Drive

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748D Robron Rd

Lovely 3 bd, 2 bath rancher in OCean Grove Estates.

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Outstanding Agent. Outstanding Results. 225 Vermont Dr $399,900 +GST MLS 412378

Offering the ease of a smaller yard so you can have more time to enjoy your lifestyle. 1499 sqft, 3 bedroom 2 bathroom rancher. Stunning vaulted ceiling in kitchen/dining/ living areas where you spend most of your home time and entertaining guests. Dining room steps out to covered patio and lovely southern exposure garden. Hardwood and tile, heated tile ensuite, stone countertop in kitchen, heat pump, natural gas hot water on demand, 3 ft crawl.

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233 Vermont Dr $399,900 +GST MLS 412425

243 Vermont Dr $374,900 +GST MLS 412383

All the bells and whistles with this 1489 sqft, 3 bedroom 2 bathroom rancher. 11 foot great room ceiling, open concept living, hardwood and tile, heated tile ensuite, stone countertop in kitchen, heat pump, natural gas fireplace, hot water on demand, 3 ft crawl. Lovely southern exposure rear yard allowing plenty of natural light flowing into the house plan.

255 Vermont Dr $379,900 +GST MLS 412389

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 countertop in kitchen. Heat pump and 3 foot crawl space. Natural gas hot water on demand. Lovely natural light from the southern exposure rear yard.

1298 sqft, 3 bedroom 2 bathroom rancher. Expect only the best of finishing including stone countertops in kitchen, heated tile ensuite, hardwood and tile flooring, natural gas fireplace, natural gas hot water on demand, 3 ft crawl space and heat pump.

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$389,900 MLS 416050

268 Michigan Dr. $389,900 + GST MLS 416652

Three bedroom, two bathroom, 1299 sqft rancher. It’s sure to make it a show stopper on any street. A wraparound porch gives the house an exterior appeal that is matched by the layout of the interior. Open concept with great room. Expect the best - hardwood and tile, heated tile ensuite, stone countertops in kitchen, heat pump, natural gas hot water on demand, 4 ft crawl space.

531 Nebraska Dr. $549,900 +GST

274 Michigan Dr. $394,900 + GST MLS 416641

1499 sqft 3 bedroom 2 bathroom rancher. Expect only the best hardwood and tile, heated tile ensuite, stone countertops in kitchen, heat pump, natural gas hot water on demand, 4 ft crawl space.

SOLD! 3313 Tyler Place

$549,900 + GST MLS 419051

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355 Stratford Drive $459,900 MLS 415767

Impeccably maintained, 5 bdrm 3 bath home overlooking panoramic mountain views. The lower level can be locked off and the plumbing is in place to create a 2 bdrm suite. Many custom features. Oversized 23x26 dble garage, rec & games room, heat pump with natural gas forced air furnace, UVA/UBA window film, garden shed, landscaped garden with sprinkler system, RV parking.

Stunning Craftsman home offering multiple breakaway spaces within the 2396 sq ft house plan (3 bed, plus den, plus bonus room). The main level features a spacious open concept kitchen/dining/living with natural gas fireplace. Vaulted master bedroom and stunning jaw dropper 5 piece ensuite.

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1510 Island Hwy South NEW PRICE $539,000 MLS 404360 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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101-615 Alder St $139,900 MLS 419064

Cute affordable, 2 bedroom apartment that appreciates an ocean view from balcony and living room. Walking distance to downtown Campbell River. Amenities include covered parking, exercise room, shared laundry, workshop, guest suite, sauna, freezer room, and storage locker

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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!

119-701 Hilchey $224,900 MLS 414084

Excellent condition, 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom townhouse. Appliances included. Great central location to schools, parks, shop, walking trails and recreational Sportsplex and playing fields. Low inventory in this price range. Turnkey makes for excellent investment property. Complex has low strata fee and allows rentals.

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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

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1731 Passage View Drive $950,000

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.

1561 Galerno Road $1,195,000 MLS 415436

Stunning ridge top ocean view acreage, featuring custom main level entry home. Fully finished basement. Immaculate in all regards including the landscaped gardens. Granite countertops throughout, radiant fuel efficient in floor heat both levels. Montana river rock fireplaces both levels. View is incredible. Privacy is prime. Detached shop is fully loaded.

Thinking of selling, contact Sarah Your Listing Specialist today! Thinking of selling, contact Sarah Your Listing Specialist today!

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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.

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102-2740 S. Island Hwy 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

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Private trout pond on 6 acres. Beautiful 4,000 sq ft home with 3 bedrooms and 4 bathrooms. Paradise. MLS 415408 $1,099,999

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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

SParkes

250-287-6917

Sandra Parkes

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#19-391 ERICKSON RD.

Excellent layout in this 2 bedroom, 2.5 bath that lives like a patio home with master bedroom on main level , but has an upstairs with 2nd bedroom & loft up for guests or out of the way living space. This home has 9 ft. ceilings, lots of windows and open design for today’s lifestyle. Gas fireplace to keep you cozy and door out to patio to enjoy the good weather. This unit comes with all appliances, double garage and was built by Steve Hargrave.

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 $499,900.


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Your Neighbourhood Expert I am focused on providing you with the best results and service in the industry. I listen carefully to understand your real estate goals and work hard to create solutions that make sense for you. Whether you are new to the market or an experienced investor, I have the expertise, proven track record, and resources to help you achieve your real estate goals.

right home for you or the right buyer for your home.

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301 – 539 Island Hwy.

156 Island Hwy

1750 sqft, oceanfront condo, 2 bdrm, 2 bath w/large utility room. Spacious living room, sundeck & master bdrm all face the ocean. The master bdrm ensuite has a jacuzzi tub & shower stall. 2 parking spaces.

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.

$339,900

$619,000

244 S. McLean

Custom built home with expansive ocean views. 3975 square feet of luxurious living space. 3 bedrooms up plus a 2 bedroom suite downstairs. Wrap around deck – great for entertaining. Low maintenance yard. 2 car heated garage plus a detached workshop/garage accessed from Alder St. $769,000

1270 Dogwood

Great opportunity! 2 Prime office/ retail spaces available in a high visibility location. Ample parking. 850+ square feet & 2600+ square feet.

For Lease

938 Island Hwy

6000sqft of space overlooking Pier Street from the 2nd floor. Very reasonable asking price of $5 per sqft. 800 sqft on ground floor also available.

For Lease

1330 Dogwood St.

Opportunity! Land & building available for professional office or retail space on the corner of one of the busiest intersections in Campbell River. Majority of the building is leased. Great parking for your clients and staff.

1690B Maple

Quality space located close to many commercial and light industrial tenants. This 1800 sqft area is in a large commercially-tenanted building. Common costs are $2.55 per sqft.

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1180 Ironwood

Great opportunity! Prime office space. 3 spaces available. 450 sqft, 650sqft, & 2280sqft. Centrally located. Ample parking.

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Contemporary designed home w/ open floor plan & generous sized rooms. Kitchen, dining, living room, & den on the main living level. 3 large bdrms, & laundry upstairs. Very spacious master bdrm w/ a luxurious ensuite featuring separate shower & walk in closet. Other features include energy efficient ICF foundation, 4ft.crawlspace, heat pump, hvac system, on demand hot water. RV parking w/sani dump hook up. $639,900

$750,000

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2505 SOUTH ISLAND HWY. $995,000 MLS# 398357

STUNNING BEACH FRONT HOME West Vancouver meets Campbell River, architecturally designed unique waterfront beauty, 2,406 sq.ft. of sophistication & elegance with panoramic ocean & mountain views from every room. Beach frontage approx 83 ft. 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. 3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, deluxe laundry room, 2 car garage with large storage room / workshop & 3 doors. New front cedar walkway & rear walkway to beach side deck with fire pit.

79 ROCKLAND RD. $849,900 MLS# 418692 YOU CAN SEE FOR MILES Fabulous panoramic ocean & mountain views! Custom designed, unique 6 yr. old executive home on 3 levels with 4 bedrooms & 4 baths, over 4,600 sq.ft. Beautiful open design with hardwood floors, gourmet maple kitchen, enormous granite centre island, gas range, built in ovens & bar fridge. Breakfast nook with access to viewing deck. Living room with gas fireplace. Gas heat pump. Master suite has spa ensuite with soaker tub, 2 sinks, walk in shower & large walk in closet. 2nd level has ocean view media room or family room, 2 very large bedrooms, bathroom & huge utility room with lots of storage. Downstairs has 2 bedroom nanny suite with own entrance, wine making room, root cellar. 22 x 24 ft. garage & gated RV parking.

1957 PINEHURST PL. $609,900 MLS# 416695 EXECUTIVE HOME BACKS ONTO GOLF COURSE Executive one owner home in lovely picturesque setting, backing onto Sequoia Springs Golf Course. Over 4,600 sq.ft. on 3 levels, 4-5 bedrooms, plus bonus room, 4 baths, 2 yr. old heating system - heat pump, oak flooring, vaulted living room ceiling, gas stove. Oak kitchen with granite countertops, graphite sink in island, 5 burner gas cooktop, Miele ovens & dishwasher. Eating nook overlooks 1,100 sq.ft. patio with outside storage (golf cart) & garden shed. Family room off kitchen, huge master bedroom with spa ensuite. Oak trim throughout. Triple garage. Great family home!


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How do you feel about owning your own perNEW LISTING! sonal private resort right in the middle of town? This gorgeous property is just over an acre & is within walking distance to Campbell River’s trendy Willow Point. This sprawling open concept rancher boasts 4 bedrooms, 3 baths, French country style decor, new gourmet kitchen, family room, dining room & living room. Fabulous in ground covered pool, double car garage & tons of RV parking. This is a gorgeous package!

$699,900

MLS# 418819

Location, location, location! Investors delight or NEW LISTING! first time home Buyers opportunity. This semi waterfront town home is cute as can be & is right across from Campbell River’s beautiful waterfront. Just walk across the road to access our City’s famous Sea Walk & walk to town; everything is close by. Two large bedrooms up & kitchen, living room & dining room down. This unit is fully rentable & move in ready. Campbell River is a beautiful seaside City, we have it all & are so affordable.

$134,900

3403 WILLOW CREEK RD.

222 BIRCH ST.

#105 - 824 SOUTH ISLAND HWY.

MLS# 418986

SOLD! Tons of value here as this duplex zoned property has huge possibilities. Can be rezoned for up to 7 townhomes or condos. Can be utilized for office space on the main floor with ocean view condos above. Perfect location for a dental office or doctor’s clinic with housing for nurses or locums for short-term stays above. Furnished units could also provide short-term housing for out-of-town families of hospital patients, Presently rented to a long-term tenant. Unlimited possibilities.

Another top quality Certified Green Home under construction by TRF Woodcrafts Ltd. Enjoy a 50% reduction in energy costs. 2,542 sq.ft., 4 bedroom & 4 bath home. Enjoy a gourmet kitchen hand crafted with solid wood; an oversized kitchen island, all quartz countertops & open to the great room. Downstairs also features a private den/office which can double as a fifth bedroom when needed. Totally private sundeck off the master bedroom. This one is a winner! trfwoodcrafts.com

$174,900

$498,900

MLS# 394240

MLS# 417983

3306 WISCONSIN WAY

#1i-690 COLWYN ST.

2200 FOREST GROVE DR.

#413 - 350 SOUTH ISLAND HWY.

#416 - 350 SOUTH ISLAND HWY.

#417 - 350 SOUTH ISLAND HWY.

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.

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.

This is a dream home! Clearly one of a kind! Quality is evident throughout: marble ensuite, marble fireplace, granite & marble state of the art kitchen, taller than average interior doors, vaulted ceilings, soaring windows, bamboo flooring & modern gas fireplace. This open plan home has 3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, a den, a 19 x 23 bonus room & great room opening to an outstanding 20 x 20 covered deck which leads to a 14 x 24 private putting green.

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.

SILVERSEA!!! Enjoy the sunrises & sunsets from this top floor 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom high end condo with a den, has spectacular ocean & mountain views. Lots of marine life & cruise ships to watch going through the Discovery Passage. The famous Campbell River Seawalk is right at your doorstep. This unit has a gas fireplace, gourmet kitchen with high end appliances & huge windows. Large storage area.

$455,500

$112,000

SILVERSEA!! Top floor 2 bedroom 2 bathroom high end condo with a den, has spectacular ocean & mountain views. Gas fireplace, gourmet kitchen with high end appliances, vaulted ceiling and ceiling fans. Large storage area with parking spot close to elevator. Lots of marine life and cruise ships to watch going through the Discovery Passage. Famous Campbell River Sea Walk at your doorstep. Large storage area.

$749,900

$398,800

$399,900

$374,900

MLS# 411393

Randy

MLS# 380696

MLS# 414611

MLS# 409860

Randy & Twila

Local Specialists, Global Reach! Proudly Serving the Community Since 1986!

250-830-4222 rcheck@shaw.ca

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ENJOY VISTA VIEWS OF THE SAPPHIRE SEA!

5 bd/3 bath with captivating views from all living areas in this elegant, open plan! Make the 17 ft master suite your sanctuary, complete with soaker tub, separate shower & huge walk-in closet! Downstairs has 2 bedrms, 3rd bath, large den with ocean view, and a 26 ft. rec rm. A 27 ft deep garage is ideal for full size trucks or boat trailers. Follow the sun from 2 decks. Updating will restore this home to its former glory. $425,000. MLS#419067

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MLS# 409872

Twila

250-830-4998 tconrod@shaw.ca

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Big home = Big living with 5 Beds and easy walking distance to Merecroft Village! A Large Custom Espresso Kitchen & 4 Baths make mornings easy! Crown moulding, 5 inch baseboards, 9 ft ceilings and rich engineered hardwood throughout living areas! Need Space for Granny? This Lovely 1 bedrm suite should be perfect! Excellent RV parking too! $469,000. MLS#418952

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Jason Zotek stepped away from his job as a heavy duty mechanic in Fort McMurray two and a half years ago because of an injury. He ran the Jiffy Lube in Courtenay for awhile after that but didn’t enjoy it. “I just didn’t want to work for the franchise stores anymore, I decided I wanted to do something myself,” he said. Following in the footsteps of a friend in Leduc, Alta., Zotek decided to open a butcher shop in Campbell River. At JKs Local Meat Cave customers will find a variety of meats, premade food like pot pies and perogies, and goods like honey, mustard and pickles. “It is as local as possible,” Zotek said. All of the meat is sourced from the Black Creek area and the other products are from the Island or the Lower Mainland. This week they were

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Jason Zotek and employee Harmen Bommassar are a part of the team at the newly opened JKs Local Meat Cave. The shop at 1270 Dogwood St. opened on Jan. 19.

starting to make sausage and Zotek is waiting to get approval from Island Health so he can smoke meat on the property. The plan is to eventu-

ally be selling fresh fish and other sea food as well. And when he has the equipment for it, he will be able to process wild

game for the hunters in the area. “I am looking forward to this venture for sure,” he said. “It is a little nerve wracking.”

The K in JKs Local Meat Cave stands for Kelly Everill, Zotek’s fiancé and creator of both the logo and the catch phrase.

“When I was ready to give up she was my strength, she stood beside me,” Zotek said. With his friend’s shop in Leduc to inspire him,

Zotek designed the meat cave to be welcoming and homey, choosing light colours and installing a fire place on the wall. He said that his business partner, JR Justesen, told him he hasn’t seen anyone’s vision come to life so exactly. The shop is located in the strip mall in the same parking lot as Home Depot at 1270 Dogwood St. After only being open since Jan. 19, Zotek is already making plans for expanding into the other half of the space he has leased. Zotek is also more than willing to get involved with the community. He was already approached by the fire department for a donation for an upcoming event where the proceeds will go to support people with muscular dystrophy. “Getting to know all these people and suppliers and stuff is really good,” he said. “My suppliers are good to me so I try to pay that forward to the customers as well.”

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In January 2017, 245 single-family homes sold on the Multiple Listing Service (MLS) System compared to 258 last January, a decrease of five per cent. Sales were virtually unchanged from December, which saw 243 sales. VIREB attributes this static sales activity to inventory challenges rather than insufficient demand. Active listings of single-family homes did increase by four per cent in January to 893 from December’s 852, which typically happens at the beginning of the year, with 389 properties coming onto the market last month. However, inventory is still down by 38 per cent from one year ago, a significant reduction from the 1,431 available properties in January 2016.

The British Columbia Real Estate Association (BCREA) reports that housing demand in the VIREB area and t hroug hout Br it ish Columbia is being driven by a provincial economy that continues to outperform the rest of Canada. Although BCREA does expect B.C.’s economy to weaken somewhat this year, strong job and population growth will continue to have a net positive effect on the housing market.   “Although BCREA anticipates that less robust economic conditions combined with government policy constraints will slow housing demand by more than 15 per cent in 2017, unit sales should remain well above the 10-year average of 85,000,” says Cameron Muir, BCREA Chief

Economist. “Sales in the VIREB area this year will likely trend lower than in 2016, but this is merely the market returning to more normal levels from last year’s unprecedented sales activity.” Janice Stromar, 2017 VIREB President, reaffirms that housing sales in the VIREB area would be much higher if there were more homes available.  “We’ve been in a sellers’ market for several months now, with buyers snapping up available properties and multiple offers a common occurrence,” says Stromar. “But real estate is cyclical, and these conditions won’t last forever. If you’ve been thinking of selling, I strongly encourage you to take advantage of our current market situation.”

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Most of us have heard by now that the rates of childhood obesity and inactivity are clearly on the rise. In order to prevent a generation of children growing up with chronic health problems we must take action NOW. Research shows that being physically active later in life depends on feeling confident in an activity setting; and that confidence, as an adult, most often comes from having learned fundamental movement and sport skills as a child. Canadian 24 hour Movement Guidelines (from the Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology or CSEP) for children and youth are a great starting point to guide children's activity levels: For optimal health benefits, children and youth (aged 5-17 years) should achieve high

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and learning to add and subtract are the fundamental skills needed to eventually have an understanding of currency, the development of fundamental movement skills and sport skills, is critical if children are to feel confident when they engage in physical activity for fun and for health, or for competition and the pursuit of excellence. Research shows that without the development of physical literacy, many children and youth withdraw from physical activity and sport and turn to more inactive and/or unhealthy choices during their leisure time. Physical Literacy: What Exactly is it? Physical literacy is the development of fundamental movement skills (like running, throwing, catching, sliding, landing, skating/skiing, swimming and jumping) and fundamental sport skills (like throwing a good pitch, landing a ski jump, and completing a basketball lay-up) that permit a child to move confidently and with control. Physical literacy also includes the ability to “read” what is going on around them in an activity

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setting and react appropriately to those events. For full physical literacy children should learn fundamental movement and sport skills in each of the four basic environments: On the ground – as the basis for most games, sports, dance and physical activities In the water – as the basis for all aquatic activities On snow and ice – as the basis for all winter sliding activities In the air – basis for gymnastics, diving and other aerial activities Parents and caregivers play a crucial role in ensuring that their child is provided with ample opportunities to develop physical literacy, starting right from birth. What you can do: 1) Ensure your child has access to a quality physical education program. Quality physical education provides the most accessible opportunity for a child to develop physical literacy since physical education has the means to reach EVERY child in Canada, regardless of

age, ability, socio-economic status, gender, or culture. PHE Canada has a great check-list for parents: www.phecanada. ca/programs/physical-literacy/ information-parents/whatyou-can-do-0 2) Enrol your child in community recreation and sport programs to increase opportunities to develop physical literacy. When selecting programs, try to find those programs that cover a range of skills, rather than single sport programs. To develop a child's ABCs -agility, balance, coordination and speed- an important part of physical literacy, most experts recommend gymnastics, track and field, swimming, skating or skiing, soccer and cycling. Most importantly, select activities that your child enjoys and wants to participate in to ensure a positive experience and ongoing participation. The emphasis should be on FUN. 3) Children and youth should practice healthy sleep hygiene (habits and practices that are conducive to sleeping well), limit sedentary behaviours (especially screen

time), and participate in a range of physical activities in a variety of environments (e.g., home/school/community; indoors/outdoors; land/water; summer/winter) and contexts (e.g., play, recreation, sport, active transportation, hobbies, and chores). Maybe kids could walk or bike to school? Let them play outside with the neighbourhood kids, and play on the playground after school. Make an effort to integrate physical activity and sport activities into your family lifestyle. This makes for quality family time and studies show that active parents are more apt to have healthy, active kids. Be a great role model and reap the benefits of physical activity for yourself! More great resources: http://canadiansportforlife.ca/ learn-about-canadian-sportlife/physical-literacy http://www.csep.ca http://activeforlife.com http://www.pacificsportvi. com/

What is Amygdala

Submitted by Niels Christensen, Acupuncture & Body Care Clinic The amygdala is a pair of almond shaped clusters of brain cells that determine whether a smell, sound, image, sensation or event is safe or if it is a threat. If a threat is perceived it sends signals to the body creating a fight, flight or freeze reaction. This is a handy evolutionary development for our survival. When our ancestors encountered a Saber Toothed Tiger for the first time the amygdala aided in the quick response to fight or escape the tiger. It and other brain structures, made sure that the memory of this experience was burned into the grey matters of their brains so the next time a flash of yellow appeared in the bush, their response time was immediate. They would kill or escape from the tiger or be killed themselves. The crisis would end and their body’s stress levels would normalize. Furthermore, only Saber Toothed Tigers, and the like, would provoke such a reaction within them. Traumatic life altering incidents like unexpected deaths, childhood abuse and accidents can change our reactions to stimuli that remind us of the trauma. Smelling the perfume of his deceased wife can bring back a flood of memories for a widowed husband. If we imagine that he was baking bread when he received the shocking

news it may be the last time he wants to bake bread. He may even find that the smell of baked bread makes him nauseous or anxious. There is a saying “neurons that fire together, wire together.” The same visceral response happens when we survive other traumatic events. It is common for victims of abuse to respond to reminders of their trauma as if they are waiting for the tiger to return. Over time the tension that their bodies hold may manifest as physical pain like sore shoulders, headaches or stomach upset. The widowed husband may find over time that he has asthmatic reactions on top of the grief that still grips his chest. The good news is that there is help. It may be a combination of approaches that works. Medication, massage, chiropractic, physiotherapy, osteopathy, acupuncture, yoga , meditation and professional counselling are available in this community. Self-education too may help. A good book is “ The Body Keeps The Score” by Bessel Van Der Kolk. When our feelings or the reactions that arise within our bodies do not diminish with time, trauma based counselling may be beneficial. Campbell River is fortunate to have North Island Survivors’ Healing SocietyTrauma and Abuse Counselling Centre. Check out their website www.nishs.ca for more info.

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Ecofish will continuously increase service value to a growing client list. With a larger and more diverse team, Ecofish can provide effective, reliable environmental construction monitoring and assessment services across key industries, to private clients, First Nations and regulatory agencies. Ecofish Research Ltd. (www.ecofishresearch. com) began in Vancouver in 2001 to meet the need for reliable, trustworthy, science-based environmental consulting. Ecofish Research

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The Commission is initiating a review of FortisBC Energy Inc.’s (FEI) 2016 Rate Design Application, which was filed on December 19, 2016. FEI seeks, among other things, approval of adjustments to the basic and delivery charges for various rate schedules for residential, commercial and industrial customers, the implementation of daily balancing for all transportation customers and adjustments to its general terms and conditions of service for all service areas. On February 2, 2017, FEI submitted a supplemental filing which included information regarding the rate design and approvals sought for the Fort Nelson service area. HOW TO PARTICIPATE There are a number of ways to participate in a matter before the Commission: • Submit a letter of comment • Register as an interested party • Request intervener status For more information, or to find the forms for any of the options above, please visit our website or contact us at the information below. www.bcuc.com/RegisterIndex.aspx

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Local groups help update fish and wildlife priorities Local conservation groups, First Nations, local, federal and provincial government agencies, consultants, forestry companies and interested citizens attended a recent workshop hosted by the Fish & Wildlife Compensation Program (FWCP). The Campbell River watershed workshop was a chance for the FWCP to discuss local conservation priorities and potential fish and wildlife projects with people who live and work in the area. “We’re updating our plans to conserve and enhance fish and wildlife impacted by BC Hydro dams in the Campbell River watershed and we want to get input on our draft ideas,” explains Julie Fournier, manager of the FWCP’s Coastal Region. “Our next step is to review the ideas we’ve received and consider

The Fish & Wildlife Compensation Program hosted a workshop on setting local conservation priorities.

which ones are within our mandate and appropriate for us to pursue in the future.” Together, the group of more than 45 talked about fish, wildlife, the watershed and the kinds of projects the FWCP could fund in the future. The discussion identified many areas of interest including invasive species, at-risk species,

and salmon. Participants underscored the need to consider climate change and First Nations traditional knowledge in potential projects. Habitat mapping, purchasing land for conservation purposes, and effectiveness monitoring of restoration activities, such as the placement of spawning gravel in the Elk Falls Canyon and the

Campbell River, were some of the other discussion themes. Proposed actions for this watershed are online and at fwcp.ca. “Many who attended the workshop told us it was a positive discussion and they’re looking forward to the next steps and turning the discussion into action,” says Fournier, adding that the

FWCP’s Coastal Region Board will finalize the draft watershed action plan, which will be available for public comment by spring 2017. Subscribe to FWCP news at fwcp.ca/subscribe to receive updates on the next steps and opportunities to comment on the draft action plan. Since 1999, the FWCP has invested more than $10 million in 200 projects on Vancouver Island. In the Campbell River watershed, the FWCP has invested $5.5

million in 108 fish and wildlife projects. Learn more at fwcp.ca. “Our action plans define the projects we fund and we will have the Campbell River Watershed action plan finalized before we open our annual intake of grant applications in spring

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Merville hall two years ago with a bombastic blast of bluegrass. With two albums under their belts, they are now on the road bringing old-time music to today’s old souls and new ears. Their records are done live to tape with no overdubs. They stand right next to each other, playing just like they would be if they were jamming or doing a gig. Chris Coole is a crackerjack banjo picker who has been on the oldtime and roots music scene for going on 20 years.  John Showman is known as one of Canada’s finest fiddle players.  He’s a strong

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here’s an empty storefront at the end of the Campbell River Commons mall with a wooden floor and a wall filled mostly with mirrors. Although it’s the furthest space from the Campbell River Seniors’ Centre that’s still inside the mall itself, they use it for some of their programming. On Monday afternoon, however, it was filled by Samantha Hubbard and the ladies from Industry Hair and Body Care who brought their chairs, tables, clippers, scissors, nail polishes and other equipment over to pamper some of the seniors for free. “A lot of seniors can’t afford to go get their hair done or get a manicure, so this is a really special treat for them,” says Linda Tucker, who currently serves as the activities director for the Seniors’ Centre Society. “We had such a big response that I had to draw names to see who would get a spot, because there were just too many who wanted one, and I wanted it to be fair.” Lauren Rice, who is in charge of this initiative and other outreach projects for Industry, says she’s excited about this particular program,

which they are calling, “Industry Takeover.” “The community has given us so much support over the past few years that we really just wanted to show our appreciation for that and give something back,” Rice says. “We love where we live and the people who live here.” Hubbard says they plan on trying to arrange for these “takeovers” with as many organizations as possible – “hopefully about once a month for any business with a charity base that wants to celebrate its staff or the people they serve.” So how did they settle on the Seniors’ Centre for the first one? “We were looking at seniors homes and that kind of thing,” Rice says, “but we didn’t want to take anything away from anybody who may already be going into those places and doing this type of thing, so when we thought of the Seniors’ Centre, we thought it would be the perfect place to come, because we can offer it to a huge range of people from right across Campbell River.” Tucker says the use of the space at the end of the mall the Industry ladies have taken over for the day is one area she’d like to see expand, so when Rice suggested this takeover, she was

more than happy to welcome them. The room is currently only utilized three mornings per week, so there are two more mornings and five afternoons where it sits empty. “This room only gets used for line dancing and yoga, so I’m trying to get different things in here to use the room, and so when this was offered, I thought it would be a perfect opportunity to do just that,” Tucker says. As far as what’s next for the Industry ladies, Rice says they’ve got some ideas, but they’re looking for more. “We want to try and do something for different areas of the community over the next few months,” Rice says. “I mean, sometimes it gets a bit crazy busy at the salon in the summer, but we still want to give back as much as we can, so we want to look at different ideas about what we can do to reach out and give back. “We’ve got some really exciting ideas that we’ve been thinking about,” she continues, “but we’re not letting them out of the bag just yet,” she says with a laugh, although she hints that one of them will likely surround breast cancer awareness month in October. Anyone with an idea for increasing the seniors’ program-

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Industry Hair and Body Care owner Samantha Hubbard treats Pamela Bentley to a free haircut as part of their first “Industry Takeover,” which took place Monday at Campbell River

ming by making use of that extra room in the mall near the centre can contact Tucker by calling the Seniors’ Centre at 250-914-4401 or by emailing office@crseniors.com. And anyone with ideas for organizations or societies that Hubbard or Rice can contact about bringing the Industry ladies in for an outreach beautification session can contact them through their Facebook page.

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Instructions: 1. Pick up an Application for Cross Catchment Transfer form from your school, the School Board Office, or download from www.sd72.bc.ca/Schools/ registrationandtransfers 2. Complete one form for each student requesting a transfer. 3. Return completed form to the School Board Office (425 Pinecrest Road) or email to student.registration@ sd72.bc.ca. If you cannot come in person to the School Board Office or do not have access to a computer, return the application to your current school office and the school will forward it on your behalf.

Parents who would like to request that their child attend a school other than their neighbourhood catchment school for the 2017/2018 school year should submit an Application for Cross Catchment Transfer form to the School Board Office (425 Pinecrest Road) or via email to student.registration@ sd72.bc.ca by 4 p.m. on Friday, February 10, 2017. Applications are considered on a first-come-first-served basis and applications submitted after February 10 will be processed as late applications. Approval will be dependent upon space/facilities for the program and staffing resources appropriate for the applicant and applications will be considered based on the date and time they are received. It is important for parents/guardians to note that they are responsible for providing transportation to and from the school they are applying to in accordance with the district’s transportation procedure. IMPORTANT DATES: •

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The experts tell us that communication, building trust, and honesty are vital keys to healthy relationships***. And that’s why talking about money is sexy – because it’s a very good way to be open and honest with your partner while taking necessary positive steps for building your relationship and a solid financial future together. Here are some tips for successfully integrating your financial lives fairly and in ways that match your shared lifestyle. • Never keep big or small financial secrets! Each of you should disclose assets, financial commitments (such as loans) and credit history. Full disclosure is a must because if you’re considering sharing a credit card or applying for a loan together, your partner’s bad credit history could lead to some unpleasant surprises. • Recognize your differences. You may be a saver; your partner may be a spender – create a financial framework and budget that suits both of you. • Decide if it’s best to maintain separate bank accounts, credit cards and investments or to merge some or all of these financial items to eliminate duplication and enhance financial benefits. (For example, by pooling your investments you may enjoy a more robust portfolio.) Make your decisions with a clear understanding of tax and legal implications. • Decide who will manage day-to-day finances – paying the bills and so on – and who will manage your overall financial affairs. If one or both of you brought personal assets into the relationship – a car or home, for example – should you keep them or sell them?

• Have a frank discussion about how you are going to achieve your financial goals such as buying a home or starting a family. Talk about your finances and financial goals regularly. • A marriage contract or prenuptial agreement isn’t the most romantic notion. But they’re especially important if you want to exclude certain assets from an equalization of family property upon relationship breakdown, like a business or family cottage, or to protect assets for children from a prior relationship. Don’t wait for irreconcilable differences to arise before speaking with a family lawyer. • Plan to save on taxes. Although couples must file separate individual tax returns, there are many tax-planning strategies that can reduce your total tax bill now and in the future. Take advantage of all your deductions and income-splitting opportunities including, where appropriate, pension incomesplitting and/or spousal Registered Retirement Savings Plans (spousal RRSPs), both of which can deliver tax savings. • Arrange life, disability and other insurance coverage to ensure each of you is protected if one partner becomes disabled or dies.

Yes, talking about money is sexy and necessary for the good health of your relationship and financial future together. Your professional advisor can help you build the right financial plan for your shared future. * http://www.huffingtonpost.com/yourtango/10-mostcommon-reasons-people-divorce_b_8086312.html; http:// www.couplescounselingchicago.net/reasons-for-divorce-top10-reasons-marriages-end/ ** https://www.thebalance.com/couples-and-money-1289269 *** American Psychological Association -- http://www.apa. org/helpcenter/healthy-relationships.aspx; https://www. psychologytoday.com/blog/compassion-matters/201506/5ways-build-trust-and-honesty-in-your-relationship

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The Campbell River School District (SD72) will not pretend to consider closing any of the district’s rural schools just to get the additional funding from the government that it takes to properly operate those facilities. And so, at this week’s public meeting, the board of education voted not to apply for the next intake of the province’s Rural Education Enhancement Fund (REEF). The provincial government recently announced they would again be accepting intake applications for REEF funding – which they implemented last year as a way to help districts keep rural schools open – but the SD72 board says the application criteria to receive the funding is too restrictive and applying for the funds would require toying with the public’s emotions and playing political games. Secretary-Treasurer Kevin Patrick told the board Tuesday night

that Surge Narrows, Quadra, Cortes and Sayward Elementary would all qualify for additional funding from the government should they apply, but there is no telling how much funding they would receive and the board would have to meet one more requirement put forth in the application criteria – that those facilities be under consideration for closure. “To suggest that, so that we can get some more money, we would have a conversation with a community (about potential school closures) when actually our intent is not to close those schools, is morally corrupt, in my mind,” said Trustee Darryl Hagen. Trustee Joyce McMann agreed. “I think we could play the game and say that we’re considering closing the schools for whatever money we’re hoping to gain out of it, but the pain and disruption it would cause and the dishonesty involved in that, I just can’t support.” Trustee Richard Frank-

lin added this grant application requirement and approval criteria is yet another another example of how flawed the government’s funding model is. “It does cost more per pupil to run isolated and rural schools, and the government knows that, but our district, though our 10-Year Facility Plan, made a commitment to keep those schools open for the benefit of those students,” Franklin said. “It’s ironic that the district that has the foresight to make a 10-year plan is now shut out from additional funding from the province. What should be happening here is that the province should know that it costs more to run these rural schools, so the funding for those schools should be commensurably more. It’s unfortunate that we can’t access those funds due to our own foresight, efficiency and effectiveness.” Trustee John Kerr, meanwhile, took that argument one step further, saying he thinks the government put that particular criteria

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in place for the funding in order to limit the number of districts who would qualify for the funding. “That condition about the school being at risk for being closed … boxes us out from being to access any of that funding, because I don’t think any of us around this table would be prepared to be dishonest enough to go to a community and tell them we’re considering closing their school just to get our 30 pieces of silver,” Kerr said. “These terms of reference seem very deliberately set to make sure that the minimum number of districts can apply. I mean, we would have justification to apply for four schools to get this funding had that condition that it be considered for closure not been included.” The motion to not apply for REEF funding passed unanimously, with Kerr adding, “I think it’s unfortunate that whatever money is being made available isn’t available to us, but I guess we’ll have to just move on from it.”

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When a 26-year-old Ricky Potter moved out to Campbell River from Alberta in 2015, he came with his wife, their yearand-a-half-old daughter, their three year-old son, his mother-in-law and that side of the family – and they had very little in terms of physical belongings. But they had each other. And it turns out they’d come to a very generous community. “We just went on Facebook and said we’re a young family who just moved out here from Alberta and we need some help,” Potter says, “and the next thing you know people were, like, ‘I’ve got a TV for you,’ and, ‘I’ve got a couch for you,’ or, ’I’ve got a really nice something you can have for $20.’ The community pretty much set us up.” So now he’s turned to that same platform – social media – to give something back to the community that was so generous to him and his family. “I’m a strong believer in Karma. What goes around comes around, and this is what I see as my opportunity to pay back the good karma that I’ve received,” he says, pulling out his ratchet set

to work on a kid’s bike in his backyard. “I’ve lived a life with some serious lows, so I know what it can be like for people. I’ve been on the streets and I’ve dealt with mental health issues, so I know what life can be like for people and I know that lots of people just can’t afford a couple hundred bucks for a bike. Even $100 for a bike is way too much for some people,” he says. So he launched Double Wheel Customs, a Facebook Page also linked to Instagram and Twitter accounts, and put out a call – the same way he did when his family first got here, except this time looking for bikes and equipment to fix them up for others instead of furnishings for his house. “I’ve been having lots of people say they’ve got bikes for me,” he says excitedly. “There’s a guy coming up from Courtenay with a load the next time he comes up. It’s starting to pick up, for sure. I’m jumping for joy, because this is something I want to do to help people, because I’ve been there on the bottom.” He says he doesn’t have a background in bike repair or anything, but he’s got “people who will come help me if I need it who know more than I do if I need them.” That’s part of what he

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likes about the endeavour. He’s also teaching himself a new skill. “I’m just kind of a hands-on kind of guy, I guess.” There’s a selfish aspect to it, as well, however. He’s also using the endeavour to help himself. “I have severe anxiety and working with my hands seems to help with that. I guess I’m turning my mental illness into something that’ll end up helping other people out, and that makes me feel awesome. I guess it’s kinda selfish, in that way, because I’m doing this to help myself while I’m helping other people.” And he’s got the time to do it. He was working as a general labourer for a while after spending a few years in restaurants, but his hearing impairment – which he’s had since birth –  has been getting progressively worse, and now, he says, he’s considered a “safety liability” on job sites. “I have about 25 per cent in this ear and maybe 40 per cent in this

ear,” he says. Potter has also started a crowdfunding page on youcaring.com where he is looking for $500 to buy supplies like chain grease, paint and other things to help his efforts. “I’m not looking to make any money off this,” Potter insists. “In fact, I’m putting my own money into it, too. I just don’t have enough to put in for enough stuff like that if I’m going to do this at any serious level.” For more on his efforts, to get in touch about donating supplies or needing a bike, contact him through Facebook by searching Double Wheel Customs. “And it’s not just for kids,” he says. “If there are parents out there who need one because they want to get out there and ride as a family, I’m more than happy to try to make that happen for them, too. I mean, just look around us. There’s no better place to be and no better way to spend time with your family than on two wheels, so if I can help with that, I’m happy.”

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has big shoes to fill. Those shoes belonged to Erin Nowak, who worked with the charity for nine years. “That’s a lot of history and a lot of knowledge and a lot of catching up for me to do,” she said. “But I have great support and that will help a lot.” Greenways mission is to “restore, sustain and protect natural areas and critical habitats, particularly ecological and recreational greenways, for the benefit of our community.” That, said Stratemann, is quite the incentive. “I didn’t quite know what to think of Campbell River at first, but the nature speaks for itself,” she said. “It’s so beautiful and to think I can be a part of doing something that is beneficial to it and will make it better, is inspiring.” Her favourite Campbell River trail? The Canyon View. Her favourite place to be? Rebecca Spit. And her last words in the interview? “Greenways` members are so important,” she said. “It’s only $20 a year, $50 for three years and there’s family memberships. That is a way in which everyone who loves our local greenways as much as we do, can help add energy to a really great cause.”


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Here’s a great place for your custom home and shop! This almost half acre lot has plenty of room for a mountain view home with Mt. Washington in clear view directly to the south. The private pan handle lot allows for some creativity and design for a great set up of home, parking and whatever else you need! Don’t hesitate on this as there are few properties like this that ever come available! Buy now, design your plans and prepare to start building! Sewer and storm at the lower lot line.

This home is located in a popular area of town and has plenty of character and style. The exterior siding, windows and roof were updated in 2010. The split level design has main and upper floors that are mostly original oak hardwood flooring which adds to the appeal. There’s potential to add a front deck off the front bedroom that could take in some ocean and mountain views. There’s a rear lane if you want to add RV or extra parking in the back. A good property for your consideration.

Priced from $149,800 - $169,800

$164,800 MLS 416593

This 1816 sq. ft. home has a newer roof on the main house and is ready to move into or update it to your liking. There’s 2 bedrooms up and the full basement has been partially finished and has room for a den/3rd bedroom, there’s a 2 pc bathroom, sauna that hasn’t been used for years, and plenty of storage or workshop space. Gas hot water heating system. The behind the carport there’s an attached workshop/storage room with metal roof and has another covered storage area behind with access from the rear lane.

$234,800 MLS 417691

$276,800 MLS 416793

Offer Pending

2008 Eardley Road

790 Birch Street

885 Timberline Drive

849 Timberline Drive

Affordable rancher close to the beach, sea walk and shopping in Willow Point. This one level home is low maintenance and has an easy care lot that will appeal to first timers or retiree’s. The open main living area has a centrally located, cozy gas fireplace that efficiently assists in heating during cold winter weather. The nice sized master bedroom has a full ensuite and small walk in closet. The yard is fenced for pets and kids. Quick possession is available.

This great home offers 4 bedroom & den (that could be a 5th) plus family room, rec room and more! Ocean, city and mountain views too and sits on almost a half acre lot. The roof has been replaced in the past few years and the deck also enjoys the great view! Also, possibilities to re-zone to higher density as other multi-family buildings are located nearby and others have been considered in the past. Only a few short blocks to downtown!

Great ocean and mountain views from the main floor of this 4 bedroom and den, ground entry basement home. The kitchen will feature ample Maple cabinets and beautiful granite counters. All the main living areas and the big front deck will enjoy the beautiful view. The home is expected to be completed near the middle to end of March 2017 so if you act quickly you may be able to choose paint and flooring colors. Covered rear deck for year round BBQ that overlooks the walk out back yard.

Check out this beautiful ocean and mountain view home on a large lot that has room for a shop! This 2541 sq. ft. home will have quality finishings you would expect from Premier Homes plus built in kitchen appliances and granite counters in the upscale kitchen and bathrooms. With 4 bedrooms and a den in popular Discovery Plateau, kids can walk to all levels of school and nature trails in Beaver Lodge. Expected completion February 2017.

$289,800 MLS 418513

$485,000 MLS 407535

$539,800 MLS 418429

$549,800 MLS 417128

Offer Pending

4000 Gordon Road 160 South Island Hwy

2900 Quinsam Road

This building has a newer (2008) 3 level front portion of the building that has a triple garage a middle unit and upper unit that have good to excellent views and an older rear portion with 2 small rental units. The non-conforming 4 plex that has rents of $900, $900, $1,280 and another unit that could rent for about $1,400 making a total gross rent of about $4,480. The seller pays heating and hydro costs.

Riverfront acreage with close views from the home and large wrap around deck. The gorgeous Timber frame home has beautiful beams throughout. The main floor living room is located at the rear overlooking the river and has a floor to ceiling fireplace and wood floors throughout. The kitchen has beautiful fir cabinets and granite counters. The quality wood doors throughout add to the appeal to this home. Some cosmetic touch ups and customized colors could make this your dream home. $750,000 MLS 417188

$624,800 MLS 416130

Outstanding Timber Frame home on almost 4.7 acres! Remarkable workmanship & an open, spacious design with the master on the main floor if you want to minimize stair use. The living room has dramatic high ceilings with incredible detail in the timber finishing, a two sided fireplace, plus an upper loft above that would make a great office area. The master is massive & has impressive high ceilings & an ensuite for King and Queen. The breezeway leads to a double garage with a two bedroom upper suite. The barn (36x36) has 4 stalls, tack room, water and power. The property has two nice sized fields, fenced and cross fenced, plus a riding ring. Current revenue -suite $900, possible income for horse boarding could bring in $2K/mth(4 stalls @ $500.00 each).

$959,800 MLS 413869


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3900 SOUTH ISLAND HWY MLS 418936 $799,000

One of a kind property! Amazing location! Ocean views! This gorgeous 3200 sqft 4 year old impeccably maintained home is truly grand! Situated on a .93 acre property with 20x24 fully wired shop and only a stones throw away from sandy Stories Beach with renowned Story Creek Golf Course nearby. Fully lit, gated driveway. On the lower level you will find a welcoming foyer, spacious great room, 2 bedrooms and laundry. The top floor is simply stunning! The open concept allows you to take advantage of the impressive views. The large kitchen is a culinary delight boasting top of the line appliances, rich deluxe custom cabinets, eating bar and walk-in pantry. The impressive master has a spa like ensuite, private deck and walk-in closet. RV parking, fully fenced yard, sprinkler system and more. This is a property you don’t want to miss!

710-9TH AVE.

228 CRAWFORD RD.

MLS 417889 $353,500

More than meets the eye! Attractive well priced ready to move in rancher! This 3 bdrm, 2 bathroom home has lots to offer! Beautiful kitchen with ample cabinet space and kitchen aid appliances. Living room is spacious and has a pellet stove, to assist in efficiently keeping heating costs down. The main bath boasts a jetted, heated tub surrounded by custom tile and a window to let the sunshine through, as well as heated tile flooring. Upgrades include vinyl windows, insulation, lighting and flooring in living areas. Alert! The to die for 24 x 36 is only 3 years old and is a car enthusiast or woodworker’s dream! 17 ft. ceilings! completely wired! A man may never leave this space! This .26 acre property has RV parking, fenced front, & in ground sprinklers. You won’t want to miss this.

MLS 417569

SOLD!! OPEN HOUSE Sat Feb 4 12-1pm

Hosted by Vanessa Hird

985 TIMBERLINE DR. MLS 417853

$180,000

$549,500 Your dream home awaits. A stunning brand new home under construction on prestigious sought after Timberline Drive. Take in some ocean and mountain views from this large family home that sits on a large lot. Some features of this new build will be stone counter tops, heat pump, hot water on demand, landscaping package and much more. With this awesome floor plan you will see an open concept kitchen, dining and living area. Also 3 bdrms up including a luxurious master bedroom and ensuite. A Buyer can customize choices at this point to make it their own. This home is expected to be complete in spring of 2017, so act now. Plans may vary at builder’s discretion.

Great potential at an affordable price! This home is located on a .18 acre private lot. Spacious foyer and utility room, good sized kitchen/dining area. The large window in dining area lets in plenty of natural light. Good sized living room with entrance to the basement as well as entrances onto two spacious decks. Bedroom is spacious, and has a large walk in closet. Outside, the grounds have mature landscaping and hedges. Large carport/shop area on a cement foundation Close to town, as well as all levels of schooling, shopping and bus routes. This is a great opportunity for an investor, or to get into homeownership at a very affordable price! Bring your imagination and creative ideas.

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MLS 414785

$589,000

1720 GALERNO RD.

603 NATURE PARK DR.

MLS 417158 $349,000 Over 2000 sqft all on one floor with a massive (over 1500 sqft) deck. A unique layout with ample room for the growing family. Bright & spacious welcoming custom kitchen and semi separate dining with sliding glass doors onto the deck. Vaulted ceilings, lots of skylights and wall to wall windows grace the large central living room. Separate family/rec room. Close to all levels of schooling and many amenities.

Darcy Murray, Administrative Assistant Unlicensed

SOLD!! 3458 MONTANA

$419,500

MLS 415475

Tammy Forberg

HELPING YOU MOVE

REALTOR®

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MLS 412822 $799,900

This magnificent 3994 sq ft rancher has it all! Including a 1500 sq ft Indoor swimming pool with separate 3 piece bathroom and gym space. 4 bedrooms, 5 bathrooms, and a rec with its own bathroom. The kitchen is amazing and boasts a walk in pantry, granite counter tops, antiqued cupboards, and much more. marbled gas fireplace, spacious master suite with massive ensuite and walk in closet. The garage has a built ins. Quiet serene country living while close to town! A rare offering in this sought after neighborhood!

in the right direction!

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OPEN HOUSES SUN, FEB 5 • 1-2:30 608 WINDSOR $515,000

SAT, FEB 4 • 12-3 342 ISLAND HWY. access off 3rd St. $549,900

SUN, FEB 5 • 12-3 1649 GLEN EAGLE $369,900

SAT, FEB 4 • 12-1:30 3900 S. ISLAND HWY $799,000

Brenda Grant

George Roach

George Roach

Tammy Forberg

966 Shoppers Row

250.203.1677

250-923-2111

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SUN, FEB 5 • 1-2 1303-27 ISLAND HWY $239,900

SAT, FEB 4 • 12-1 1957 PINEHURST $609,900

SAT, FEB 4 • 12-1 1720 GALERNO RD $349,000

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$389,800

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50-396 Harrogate Rd • $245,900

Quality built home by MacVeigh contracting unit 3 finished and ready to move in. Open concept living beautiful maple kitchen with center island. Big Master bedroom with huge ensuite. Or get in early on the next unit to customize it for you. $299,000 + net GST. 10 year home warranty $50/month strata fee.

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• Prime forested 36 acre parcel in a very desirable area • It is forested with a variety of species, some of which may be merchantable • The land is mainly flat with some rolling hills. • UR zoning will allow a variety of uses including agricultural, forestry, and low impact recreation. • Located off the Island Highway with good access. • Make your future plans here!

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The MortgageN.I. Centre Mortgages Ltd. 680-11th Ave, Campbell River

Beautiful Patio home in desirable location and complex. This cozy 2 bedroom 2 bath unit has all new paint, new carpet in bedrooms and newer flooring thru out living areas and all brand new whirlpool appliances. Natural gas fireplace in the Living room. Quick possession possible. Close to shopping, restrauraunts & sea walk.

- Gateway to Eco Tourism in the North Island

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Lot 8 – 2809 North Beach Drive $279,900 MLS # 418411

730 Ruby Rd • $129,000

Almost 1 acre in the beautiful Sayward Valley sits a mobile home with addition. Mobile has had a extra roof covering the entire trailer keeping it in good condition. Property is located on a no - thru road for a quiet living. Quick Possession available. Sayward is the gateway to the Eco-tourism of the North Island. MLS 418977

721 Sayward Rd • $80,000

Almost 3 acres in the Village of Sayward. Property is boardering slough/wetlands so set backs for building site are mandatory . Property has city sewer and water . Private building area . Across the road from the Salmon River Hotel. Close to Marina , Legion, Library , School , Rec Centre. Sayward is the gateway to the Ecotourism of the North Island. MLS 418978

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Updated Family home in the Village of Sayward. Beautifully updated kitchen , freshly painted throughout , newer flooring and french doors leading to a huge covered deck. 3 good size bdrms up with a 4 piece bath. Downstairs there is a cozy little family room with certifed woodstove, 4th bdrm, 2 piece bath, storage and laundry.

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$27,000 • 206-611 Macmillan - Bachelor unit. $41,900 • 302-611 Macmillan MLS 415157 Top floor Condo in the Village of Sayward. Well maintained Corner unit with 2 bedrooms, 1 bath, views over looking the park and pond. Close to red centre, tennis courts, clinic, marina and pub.

Build your executive waterfront dream home On the beautiful estuary of the Campbell River 40’ Aluminum fabricated dock Located in the private gated community of Newport

698 Windsor Place

$515,000 MLS 416900

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SOLD! $204,900 • 210 Sayward Heights MLS 414480

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2819 sqft executive home located in Willow Point Five bdrms and bonus room all upstairs Gourmet kitchen with granite countertops .24 acre private yard, RV parking, quiet cul-de-sac

2833 North Beach Dr

$1,068,888 MLS 404649

• 4900 sqft Architecturally designed masterpiece waterfront home • Private gated community of Newport with private fabricated dock • This is truly a luxurious coastal home.

SHOW HOME OPEN Saturday & Sunday from 1-3pm

MARINER’S LANDING LUXURY PATIO HOMES 2991 North Beach Drive (at the end of Coulter Rd)

BUILT BY AWARD WINNING CROWNE PACIFIC DEVELOPMENT CORP.

$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.

$158,000 251 Spar St Large family home with 3 bdrm 2 bath

Only 2 homes remaining!

Cell: 250 203.8584 Email: Brenda@BrendaGrantRealEstate.com

966 Shoppers Row

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520 ISLAND HWY Beautiful custom ocean view home close to town. Includes a 2 bedroom self-contained suite used as a successful Bed and Breakfast. Extensive renovations & additions in 2002. MLS 418772

NEW

! ING LIST

$647,000

ANDREW RIVETT

605 CORMORANT PL Executive level entry, ocean view home with walk out basement. Back yard is your own personal resort with swimming pool, tennis court, play centre for kids & beautiful gardens. MLS 412507

$825,000

Personal Real Estate Corporation

SHELLEY KING

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1221 LEISHMANS RD QUADRA ISAND-Custom built Copper Bluffs oceanfront cabin! Featuring 260 feet of high bank ocean frontage & outstanding ocean views across Discovery Passage. Was $425,000 MLS 415341

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$415,000

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$450,000

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& SARAH BRADSHAW 250-285-3293

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621 ASH ST Ocean view and private gardens! The ridge lot is almost half an acre and extends down the bank ensuring the phenomenal view is protected for the future. MLS 416553

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$599,000

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

1211 BARTHOLOMEW RD Cortes Island: Stunning ocean views to south and east from beautiful mossy bluffs; naturally landscaped with Arbutus and Manzanita. $549,000

MLS 411509

TED & TERRI CHALATURNYK

250-287-2000 www.tedandterri.com

474 SMELT BAY RD Cortes Island: Come unwind on Cortes Island on the Canadian west coast close to Desolation Sound, world renowned boating destination. Enjoy unobstructed ocean views and the glorious sunsets. MLS 406843

$875,000

MARTHA ABELSON

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160 ISLAND HWY This building has a newer (2008) 3 level front portion w/ triple garage, a middle & upper unit w/ good to excellent views & an older rear portion with 2 small rental units. MLS 416130

$624,800

STEPHEN GRANT Personal Real Estate Corporation

250-287-1287

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405-700 ISLAND S HWY Sunny ocean view executive Penthouse, situated across from Rotary Beach Park & Sea Walk. Your chance to own one of the most desirable condos in Campbell River. MLS 411279

250-935-6795

525 DOGWOOD ST 2 bedroom, gas furnace & fireplace. renovations in the past 5 yrs include roof, windows, flooring, bathroom, kitchen & insulation. Fully fenced. Lane access. MLS 418244

$189,900

VANESSA HIRD 250-202-4677

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LEEMING ROAD Stories Beach: 6 large lots of potential on this bare land close to Storries Beach, ready for your plans and dreams.

$539,000

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2244 SALMON POINT RD Here is a great B&B property or live & earn possibility. Country style main home lives like a rancher with almost 2000 sq ft on the main floor.

PRICES FROM $70,900-139,900

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$749,000

HEATHER PARKER Personal Real Estate Corporation

250-202-8200

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7522 ISLAND N. HWY. Black Creek farm with 2 homes, pastures, $1,130,000 woodlands, numerous older outbuildings and a mature “U-Pick” blueberry field of 1000+ plants, irrigated from dugout. The full perimeter is fenced and the fence line cleared. MLS 391453

MARTHA ABELSON 250-935-6795

STEPHEN GRANT

MLS 411952

800 ALDER ST Affordable price, a block to downtown. Storage/ workshop & future development opportunity with high density RM-3 zoning.

$164,800

MLS 416593

1121 TOPCLIFFE RD Spacious family home & guest cottage on peaceful 7.5 acres, located halfway between services in Quathiaski Cove and Heriot Bay. The perfect spot to unwind and enjoy quiet Quadra Island living. MLS 418917

BILL BRADSHAW Personal Real Estate Corporation

405 ROCKLAND RD Great place for your custom home & shop! 0.5 Acre lot has plenty of room for a mountain view home with Mt. Washington in clean view to the south.

$234,800

MLS 417691

STEPHEN GRANT Personal Real Estate Corporation

250-287-1287

steve@stephengrant.bc.ca

230 ELK RIVER ROAD Private, peaceful, perfect. Centrally located acreage on quiet no through road near Beaver Lodge forest lands. Meticulously maintained, country setting. MLS 418583

G! ISTIN L NEW

$ 868,000

HEATHER PARKER Personal Real Estate Corporation

250-202-8200

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8062 HARMONY CRES

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Masterfully designed executive home enjoys stunning views of the Strait of Georgia & mainland mountains from its beautiful, waterfront 1.65 acre site located in the Williams Beach area. MLS 416845

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$1,495,000

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EILEEN CECILIA (DRADER) ODOWICHUK (1926-2017) Eileen left us peacefully, surrounded by family on January 20, 2017. She was born in Radway, Alberta, on February 11, 1926, to Bert and Ida Drader. In 1934, the Drader family moved to Victoria, where ten years later, at the age of 18, Eileen enlisted in the Canadian Armed Forces. In April of 1945, Eileen married Mike Odowichuk. The first of their eight children was born in April of 1946. After moves to Victoria, Campbell River and Needles, BC, Mike and Eileen returned to Campbell River in 1952, where five more children were born and where Mike and Eileen eventually retired. Tailor, quilter, upholsterer, incredible cook, homemaker, toymaker, joke teller, historian, and bold traveler – Eileen’s talents, creativity, skill and courage seemed endless. Her warmth, humor, intelligence and generosity touched generations of relatives, friends and even casual acquaintances. Eileen lived for her family, whom she loved unreservedly and unconditionally. Creative, spontaneous, outspoken and willing to defy convention, Eileen remained true to herself and empowered others to do the same. In adversity, she found the strength to carry on when many would have faltered. She lived life to the fullest and has left behind a wealth of stories, handmade treasures, life lessons and anecdotes. Mom, Grandma, sister, aunt, friend, we are forever grateful for the time spent with you, and for the example you set for us all. Eileen was predeceased her parents Bert and Ida; her husband Mike; sister Nellie and brother Bill; three of her sons, Stephen, Patrick and David; her Grandson Drew and Great Granddaughter Corrina. She is survived by five children: Ron Odowichuk (Judy), Julie Jackson (Gerry), Michael Odowichuk, Jenny Sawatzky (Howard), and Connie Davidson (Barrie). She is also survived by 7 grandchildren: Stefan (Amy), Margo (Evan), Corey (Becca), Gabrielle (Grant), Madeleine (Jay), Bryan (Leanne) and Dylan (Leora), 7 great-grandchildren: Brett, Gavin, Ashley, Shayla, Kieran, Hannah and Wesley; sisters Julie and Flo (Trev), sisters-in-law Rosemarie and Mary, and her dear friends Rosemary and Betty. Eileen’s family offer heartfelt thanks to Dr. Angela Logan, and to the staff at both Ironwood Place and Evergreen Seniors Home, for their incredible patience, care and compassion. A celebration of Eileen’s life will be held in Campbell River, Friday, May 19th, 2017. For those wishing to join us to share memories, please contact any of the “kids” for details. Having lived in Campbell River for over six decades, Mom is certain to have established friendships that we are not even aware of. We would love to hear your stories! In honour of Eileen, please offer a random act of kindness or attempt something that, on another day, you would think impossible. A more complete story of Eileen’s life will be posted at dignitymemorial.com.

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Burnice Lucille Davis October 16, 1930 - January 18, 2017

On January 18th, 2017 we lost a Mother, Grandmother, Great-Grandmother and dear friend, Burnice Lucille “Lou” Davis who was 86 years old. Born October 16th, 1930 in Brandon Manitoba, Lou later moved to British Columbia and married Russell Scott Davis. Lou is survived by her daughter Gwendolynn, her granddaughter Gwen Adeline and great-granddaughter Jenna, including many distant relatives and friends. Lou was an influential icon in the post war modern women’s rights movement and became the first woman in North America to hold a licensed Blaster’s Certificate. Lou and her husband Russell were engineers in the planning of the world’s largest non-atomic blast in Ripple Rock, Campbell River, BC in 1958. They owned and operated C.I.L. Explosives and Accessories where Lou was a distributor and handler of all types of explosives. After the sudden passing of her husband Russell, Lou went on to build and operate the Lost Erra Resort and Trailer Park in Campbell River, BC from 19701981. Lou retired on her farm in Pritchard, BC and was an active member of The Royal Purple for many decades volunteering countless hours to their charities, fundraising events and functions. Lou played key leadership roles serving as District Deputy, Honored Royal Lady and Secretary. Forever in our hearts and memories, a private service for close friends and family will be held in honor and celebration of her life. A special thank you to Kamloops Funeral Home and Associates. The greatest comfort during sorrow is the expression of sympathy conveyed in many ways. We thank you most sincerely and appreciate your thoughtfulness. Condolences may be emailed to the family from www.kamloopsfuneralhome.com

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ARSENAULT, Roger November 24, 1950 - January 23, 2017

After a valiant fight with MSA, Roger passed away peacefully with family at his side on January 23, 2017. Born and raised in Kapuskasing, Ontario, Roger went on to be an Optical Designer working on projects such as the cameras on the Canada Arm in the Space Shuttle Program, always living by his motto, “Vive Valeque.” His family would like to send a heartfelt “Thank You” to all his caregivers and staff at Evergreen Seniors Home. He felt so comfortable there and had such fond memories of you guys. Also a heartfelt “Thank You” to all the caregivers and staff at New Horizons. AA special to to thethe nurses Nichelle, Jacqueline, Tara special“Thank “ThankYou” You” nurses Michelle, Jacqueline, and Randi for they lovingloving care in hisinlast of weeks. Tara and Randi for their care hiscouple last couple of weeks.

Ripple Rock Gem & Mineral Club Meets upstairs at the Community Centre 2nd Friday of each month. NEW MEMBERS WELCOME Meeting starts at 7:30pm

Jenna, we knew how much your visits were anticipated when he could actually tell the time on Mondays.

Godspeed, Vive Valeque

FAMILY ANNOUNCEMENTS DEATHS

Marvin Grant Brimacombe

It is with great sadness that I, Katheryn (Kat) Brimacombe, announce that my husband and best friend, Marvin Grant Brimacombe, passed away late on Sunday, January 22, 2017, with his family and friends by his side. Marve was born in Melville, Saskatchewan, on March 12, 1945. His family travelled to British Columbia when he was nine months old, which Province he called home forever after. He was a proud father to his sons, Curtis (Shelley) and Ian, and grandfather to Saige, Michael, and Arlen Brimacombe. He was proud of his extended family, through his father, Cyril Brimacombe, William and Kelly Brimacombe (Valerie, Jaylene, Billie, Jocelyn, Carson and Brody) and his sister Linda Olney (Shelly, Shannon, Lyle, and their children). He was also very proud of his nephews Lenard Ianson and Robert (Bob) Marquis. Marve had lived an absolutely amazing life; riding his Harley from a young age all over the North American Continent with friends, family, or all on his own. He loved adventure and he loved learning. For him, there was no such thing as impossible, “the impossible only takes a little longer”, he would always say. Marve had an energy that was bigger than life; nothing could or would hold him back. He was a logger, welder, hockey coach, sponsor, sand drag racer, and the best HarleyDavidson mechanic around. He could fix anything. Marve had friendships all over the world, from Germany to Florida to the Bahamas. He loved to travel and made friends wherever he went. His many friends (Len T./Roy W./Dave C./Rick F./Fred W./Ron H., to name just a few) know exactly who they are because Marve made sure to tell them. An OPEN HOUSE at his SHOP, Marve’s Speed Shop (1365 Mile End Road, Cobble Hill, BC), will be held on Saturday, February 4, 2017, from 11:00 am to 4:00 pm. A spring motorcycle ride will be held in his honour once plans have been finalized. Riding his Harley was his greatest passion and it is my honour to arrange an appropriate tribute to him. The family wishes to thank the following people: Dr. William Reynolds and his lovely assistants (Michelle and Dawn) for their unwavering support through Marve’s illness, the local Community Health Nurses, who came to aid for his last moments; gentle and kind, and the Pharmacists and staff at Mill Bay Pharmasave for their compassion and support throughout. Condolences may be expressed through Facebook under Marve’s SPEED SHOP or Katheryn Brimacombe. I would love to hear the many stories that anyone wishes to share.

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COMMUNITY ANNOUNCEMENTS

FAMILY ANNOUNCEMENTS

FAMILY ANNOUNCEMENTS

CHILDREN

EMPLOYMENT/EDUCATION

EMPLOYMENT/EDUCATION

PLACES OF WORSHIP

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DEATHS

DEATHS

CHILDCARE WANTED

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

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Campbell River

WORSHIP DIRECTORY A congregation of the

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

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

250-923-4441

United Church

of Canada An Inclusive Community Centred in Christ Come as you are Join the conversation Be a part of a Caring Community Celebrate Your Faith

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Everybody Welcome

Wayne Hughes

ST. PETER’S ANGLICAN CHURCH

Trinity Presbyterian Church

228 S. Dogwood St. Campbell River, BC, V9W 6Y7 Office Telephone: 250-286-1613

EMAIL: stpeterscampbellriver@shaw.ca

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

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FWM 65, NS, 5 foot 8, positive, fun, open. Interest.. nature, humour, romance, meals out, drives, Arizona winters, relic metal detecting. Promoter tba Herman’s Hermits show. Seeks to meet FWF any age over 65. Reply to Norm: 104 - 250 Dogwood St, Campbell Rive, B.C. V9W 5Z5

Casual Bus Driver For details on applying for this posting, please check the School District’s web site at:

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COMMUNITY ANNOUNCEMENTS

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LEGALS

LEGALS

PUBLIC NOTICE Notice is hereby given that Ken & Kari Koizumi of 51 Assinger Ave., Red Deer AB will be destroying for scrap metal a Silver Volvo vin #YVIFX8949L3447465 and a Blue Jimmy Blazr vin# IGNDT13W9P2113238 located at 1795 Wood Rd Campbell River B.C. Owner Brian Marshall (Deceased) will be removed and/or towed as is unless claimed by the estate and removed by February 28, 2017.

School District 72 is seeking applications for the following position:

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

EMPLOYMENT/EDUCATION

BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES

School District 72 (Campbell River)

EMPLOYMENT/EDUCATION

EMPLOYMENT/EDUCATION

EMPLOYMENT/EDUCATION BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES

NANNY Wanted June 2017 Permanent full time, Campbell River 1 infant, light housework. 40 hrs/ week, overtime available at 1.5x hourly rate. $11-14/hr. High school diploma. Minimum 1 year experience working with children. Care at employer’s residence, optional accommodation at no charge on live in basis. Note: this is not a condition of employment. Apply by email: nda311@gmail.com

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May 6, 1925 – January 28, 2017 Joan McIver passed away peacefully at the Campbell River Hospital on Saturday January 28th, 2017 at the age of 91 years. Left to mourn her passing are her husband of 69 years Donald; children Carol, Jane and Neil (Jean); grandchildren Marla, Shayla, Brye and Kyle and greatgrandchildren Carol and Rylan. Joan enjoyed many years working at the Vancouver Island Regional Library in Campbell River, retiring as Branch Head. Mom and Dad shared great memories of travelling the world, hiking and cross-country skiing.  Her gentle nature will remain forever in our hearts. Thank you to Dr Friderichs for your care and kindness, to the Willow Point Adult Day Program- you are all special, to Sylvie- merci beaucoup and to the many homecare workers for the past year. No service by request.

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FUEL DELIVERY DRIVER - CAMPBELL RIVER Coastal Mountain Fuels Petro-Canada is a Wholesale Fuel Company specializing in the marketing of PetroCanada commercial fuels and lubricants. We have several branches located throughout Vancouver Island and Southern British Columbia and currently have one permanent full-time opening based out of our Campbell River location: FUEL DELIVERY DRIVER The responsibilities of this position include: O Safe, efficient and productive delivery of fuel with the ability to work all shifts, including nights and weekends. The position requires physically demanding work in challenging terrain and remote locations. O The ideal candidate will have previous fuel handling experience with a Class 1 licence, and be familiar with the transportation of dangerous goods. The successful candidate will be a team player with a strong focus on client satisfaction and the capability to operate independently in a safe and efficient manner. This is a full time permanent position. Hourly wage is $26.00 to $29.00 per hour depending on experience plus comprehensive benefit package, including medical, dental, vision, extended health and RRSP contribution. Personal protection equipment provided by Coastal Mountain Fuels. Please send your cover letter and resume, including driver’s abstract and references to: Ron Gertzen and Richard Murphy 1720 Maple St Campbell River BC V9W 3G2 or by email: rgertzen@cmfuels.ca and rmurphy@cmfuels.ca or fax: (250) 287-7880 Closing Date: Feb 20, 2017

LEGAL NOTICE RENTALS

LEGAL NOTICE RENTALS

LEGALS

LEGALS

Land and Water Act: Notice of Intention to Apply for a Disposition of Crown Land and Allocation of Water

Take notice that Nootka Marine Adventures Ltd of Black Creek, BC intends to make application to the Ministry of Forests, Lands, and Natural Resource Operations (MFLNRO), West Coast Region for a Licence of Occupation – Commercial Use situated on Provincial Crown land located at Newton Cove in the vicinity of Espinosa Inlet. A Water License application has also been submitted for Enterprise located on Sparks Creek for the quantity of 8.6 m3/day. The Land File Number that has been established for this application is 1412410 and the Water File Number is 1003364. Written comments regarding this application should be directed to the Section Head at 142 - 2080 Labieux Rd, Nanaimo, BC, V9T 6J9 or emailed to: AuthorizingAgency.Nanaimo@gov.bc.ca. Comments will be received by MFLNRO until Friday Mar 10, 2017. MFLNRO may not be able to consider comments received after this date. Please visit our website at http://arfd.gov.bc.ca/ApplicationPosting/index.jsp for more information. Be advised that any response to this advertisement will be considered part of the public record. For information, contact the FOI Advisor at the Ministry of Forests, Lands and Natural Resource Operations regional office.”


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CLUES ACROSS 1. Famed Spanish General’s nickname 5. Drink alcohol 11. Savings for soggy days 14. Kleenex, Pus are some 15. Moved in a circular way 18. Pile of stones 19. Drenched 21. Talk to you (abbr.) 23. World’s longest river 24. Thoughts 28. Stake 29. Lawrence Taylor’s nickname 30. Coat or smear 32. Comedian Josh 33. Cost, insurance, freight (abbr.) 35. Royal Bank of Canada 36. Polyvinyl chloride 39. Lifeless 41. Doctor of Medicine 42. Former Saudi Arabian king 44. River along border of India and Nepal 46. German widow 47. Administrative review board 49. Small tower 52. Central American fruit 56. Cigar 58. Bring to life 60. Linked together in a chain 62. Marinara, BBQ are two 63. Mail CLUES DOWN 1. Expression of creative skill 2. Nonclerical 3. Credit card company 4. Ancient Chinese city 5. Personas 6. More (Spanish) 7. Close to 8. Nigerian City 9. Pals 10. Internal 12. Type of tent 13. Beloved Princess 16. Supplementing with diďŹƒculty 17. Region in Mississippi 20. Brave act 22. 36 inches 25. -__, denotes past 26. Swiss river 27. Submersibles 29. Portable computer screen material

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FINANCIAL SERVICES

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MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE

PROCESS

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REAL ESTATE FOR SALE BY OWNER For Sale or Rent: Campbell River 3 Bdrm Rancher, 1148 sf Gas heat, Wood insert fireplace, 6 appl., Large fenced yard, Wired shop 16x18 Close to school, College & SportSplex. 537 Meadowbrook. $297,000

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SUITES, LOWER CENTRAL CAMPBELL RIVER

MONDAY TO FRIDAY SCHEDULE Leave Campbell River (Vancouver Island) 6:40 am Daily except Dec 25 & Jan 1 7:30 am Daily except Dec 25 & Jan 1 8:30 am Mon-Fri 9:30 am Mon-Fri 10:30 am Daily except Tue are (DC) 11:30 am Mon-Fri 12:30 pm Mon-Fri 1:30 pm Mon-Fri 2:30 pm Mon-Fri 3:30 pm Daily 4:30 pm Daily 5:25 pm Daily 6:15 pm Daily - Last connecting sailing to Cortes* 7:30 pm Daily 8:30 pm Daily 9:45 pm Daily 10:45 pm Fri & Sat only

Leave Quadra Island (Quathiaski Cove) 6:20 am Daily except Dec 25 & Jan 1 7:05 am Daily except Dec 25 & Jan 1 8:00 am Mon-Fri 9:00 am !! Mon-Fri 10:00 am Mon-Fri 11:00 am Mon-Fri 12:00 pm Mon-Fri 1:00 pm Mon-Fri 2:05 pm Mon-Fri 3:00 pm Daily 4:00 pm Daily - except Tue are (DC) 5:00 pm Daily 5:50 pm Daily 7:00 pm Daily 8:00 pm Daily 9:15 pm Daily 10:15 pm Fri & Sat only

DC: Tuesday sailings will be replaced by Dangerous Cargo sailings. No other passengers permitted. !! The 9:00 am sailing from Quadra is a popular commuter crossing and has the potential to overload. * Catching this sailing does not guarantee space on the 6:45 pm sailing from Quadra to Cortes.

SATURDAY & SUNDAY SCHEDULE Leave Quadra Island Leave Campbell River (Quathiaski Cove) (Vancouver Island) 7:05 am Daily except Dec 25 & Jan 1 7:30 am Daily except Dec 25 & Jan 1 7:55 am Daily except Sunday 8:20 am Daily except Sunday 8:55 am Sat-Sun 9:20 am Sat-Sun 9:50 am Sat-Sun 10:15 am Sat-Sun 10:45 am Sat-Sun 11:15 am Sat-Sun 11:45 pm Sat-Sun 12:15 pm Sat-Sun 12:45 pm Sat-Sun 1:15 pm Sat-Sun 1:45 pm Sat-Sun 2:15 pm Sat-Sun 3:00 pm Daily 3:30 pm Daily 4:00 pm Daily 4:30 pm Daily 5:00 pm Daily 5:25 pm Daily 6:15 pm Daily - Last connecting sailing to Cortes* 5:50 pm Daily 7:00 pm Daily 7:30 pm Daily 8:00 pm Daily 8:30 pm Daily 9:15 pm Daily 9:45 pm Daily 10:15 pm Fri & Sat only 10:45 pm Fri & Sat only

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Leave Cortes Island (Whaletown) 7:50 am Daily except Dec 25 & Jan 1 9:50 am 11:50 am 1:50 pm Daily except Tue are (DC) 3:50 pm 5:50 pm

DC: Tuesday sailings will be replaced by Dangerous Cargo sailings. Leaving Quadra at 11:05 am and Cortes at 2:05 pm. No other passengers permitted.

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CAMPBELL RIVER MIRROR

The City of Campbell River will provide northern Area D residents with drinking water for at least one more year. At last week’s board meeting, Strathcona Regional District directors agreed to extend an existing agreement with the city. The water ser vice agreement, under which the city provides water services to the area north of the Oyster River to Ocean Grove Road and west to the boundary of Strathcona Provincial Park, was implemented on Dec. 21, 2011. It expired, however, just over one month ago, on Dec. 31. Dave Leitch, CAO of the regional district, suggested the board take the city up on its offer

SATURDAY & SUNDAY SCHEDULE Leave Cortes Island (Whaletown) Leave Quadra Island (Heriot Bay) 7:50 am Daily except Sundays 8:50 am Daily except Sundays 9:35 am 10:50 am 11:35 am 1:05 pm 1:50 pm 3:05 om 3:50 pm 5:05 pm 5:50 pm 6:45 pm

IT’S HERE! THE 2016 ISSUE OF

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to extend the agreement until the end of this year. “During the past fiveyear term, the city has provided exemplar y technical and operational support to the regional district,” Leitch said. “It is recommended that the regional board support an extension of the agreement to provide an un-interrupted water service to the residents of northern electoral Area D.” The City of Campbell River offered the extension based on a three per cent inflationary adjustment. That same increase in service fees has been applied annually throughout the fiveyear term of the agreement. The annual fee for water service delivery was $81,149 in 2016. In the 2017 budget, Area D residents are

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estimated to be paying $97.43 in taxes for water. The service, though, has not been without controversy. Last year, Area D Director Brenda Leigh was angry with the regional district board’s approval of a more than 50 per cent increase for Area D water rates. At that time, in order to meet the revenue targets in the 2016 financial plan, residential water rates in Area D had to increase from $260 to $402 annually and nonresidential rates from $286 to $442. Leigh, though, said she couldn’t see any justification for the rate hike. “There’s no rationale behind this bylaw,” Leigh said last August. “An increase to our utility bills by 54 per cent by the City of Campbell River is absolutely unconscionable.” Area D’s water rates are 1.6 times the annual rate that the City of Campbell River charges. The city charges higher rates to water users outside of the city limits in order to cover water delivery costs. The city’s water rates are based on the funding required to cover the annual operating and maintenance costs for the water system, as well as upgrading and replacing the various components of the water system (pipes, pumps, treatment facilities and reservoirs) as it ages and the community grows.

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Strathcona Regional

PROCESS

Public notice is hereby given that the Board of Directors for the Strathcona Regional District will consider adoption of Bylaw No. 266, being 2017 to 2021 Financial Plan and Capital Expenditure Program Bylaw, at its regular meeting scheduled for 12:30 p.m. on Wednesday, February 8, 2017. Prior to adoption of Bylaw No. 266 the public is invited to attend and provide comment on the 2017–2021 financial plan. The financial plan is available for viewing online at www.strathconard.ca or at the office of the Strathcona Regional District during regular business hours. In order to be considered by the Board of Directors written comments on this matter should be received no later than 12:00 noon on Tuesday, February 7, 2017. Those wishing to make a verbal submission should contact the Corporate Services Office before the above noted deadline. Further information regarding this matter may be obtained by contacting the office of the Strathcona Regional District. T. Yates Corporate Services Manager 301 – 990 Cedar Street, Campbell River BC V9W 7Z8 Tel: 250-830-6700 • Fax: 250-830-6710 Toll-free: 1-877-830-2990 www.strathconard.ca


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