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Between Feb. 3 when the snow started falling Between Feb. 3it when thea snow and Feb. 9 when stopped, grandstarted total offalling 100.2 and Feb. 9 when it stopped, a grand of 100.2 cm fell on Campbell River, accordingtotal to Environcm fell on Campbell River, according to Environment Canada. ment Canada. During the seven-day snow storm, four snowfall During thebroken seven-day snow storm, four records were including 27.8 cm onsnowfal Feb. 8. records were broken including 27.8 cm on at Feb. The previous record snowfall for one day this8 The previous record snowfall for one day at this time of year was 21.8 cm on Feb. 7, 1969. time yearmuch was 21.8 cmcame on Feb. 7, 1969. Since Withofthat snow, car accidents. that much came North car accidents. Since theWith beginning of snow, February, Vancouver the beginning of February, North Vancouver Island Traffic Services has responded to three colIsland with Traffic Services has responded to three collisions minor injuries and property damage, lisions with minor injuries and property damage said Craig Blanchard, NVITS spokesperson. Sara said Craig Blanchard, NVITS Sara Clark, of the Campbell Riverspokesperson. RCMP, said they Clark, of the Campbell River RCMP, said they responded to 23 traffic collisions between Feb. 1 responded and Feb. 12.to 23 traffic collisions between Feb. 1 and Feb.the 12.snow began to fall, city crews were out Before Before the begantotoprevent fall, cityicy crews were out applying saltsnow and sand conditions applying salt and sand to prevent icy conditions and improve traction at intersections. Drew Hadand improve at intersections. Hadfield, the city’straction transportation manager,Drew said once field, the city’s transportation manager, said once

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work says HIP recycle paving lasts an average of 12 years while mill-andfill resurfacing projects last between 15 and 18 years. Those traveling to the Comox Valley should be aware that 15 km of roads there will also be under repair using HIP recycle paving method, including sections of Ryan Road, Anderton Road and Comox Road, users can expect delays in those areas. All 50-plus km of roadwork is expected to be

complete by early fall. Transportation and Infrastructure Minister Todd Stone says the improvements “will provide a more even surface for travellers along this highway and into communities while also extending the life of our infrastructure.” The $6.7-million HIP contract was awarded to ARC Asphalt Recycling of Kamloops and the the $2.5-million mill-andfill contract was awarded to O.K. Industries of Courtenay.

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country and none of them is more important than ensuring that every one of our elders lives a life of dignity, with all of their basic needs met by a caring society.” Blaney has already conducted 11 town hall conversations on seniors’ issues across her riding. Respect and concern for seniors is something that has long been part of Blaney’s life and commitment to community. She says her passion for seniors’ issues has only grown since becoming a Member of Parliament; having seen the very dif-

The City of Campbell River intends to lease the following lands at the Campbell River Airport: 1. 5-year lease from January 1, 2017 through March 31, 2022 (Room 125A in the Terminal Building) to G4S Security Solutions (Canada) Ltd., for an initial annual rent of $9,824 plus GST.

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update. The snowpack will have peaked by then. For now, the water supply to September is forecasted to be 89 per cent of normal, with a

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ficult conditions that far too many seniors face. “We have many seniors who are struggling just to get by, choosing between expensive prescription medications that can be life-saving and basic necessities like food and heat. That’s just

3. 25-year lease from February 1, 2017 through January 31, 2042 (Lease Area 13, Plan EPP56151) to Richard Miller, for an initial annual rent of $3,427.80 plus GST. The City will remain the registered, fee-simple owner of all lands described above contained within Lot A, Sections 7, 8 and 18, Township 1 and Sections 13 and 24, Township 2, Comox District, Plan VIP74726, commonly known as the Campbell River Airport (YBL). Questions? Please contact: Elle Brovold, Property Manager T: 250.286.5709 F: 250.286.5741 E: elle.brovold@campbellriver.ca *Notice of disposition (sale or lease) of property is required under Section 26(3) of the Community Charter. 301 St. Ann’s Road Campbell River, BC V9W 4C7 Telephone: 250-286-5700 info@campbellriver.ca www.campbellriver.ca

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The B.C. legislature has resumed, with a pre-election budget to be revealed on Feb. 21. This throne speech and budget are basically campaign events, the platform of a party looking to reach the dynasty level with five majority governments in a row. Here’s a preview of some of the issues that will stoke the sound and fury in the weeks ahead. ● Education: The B.C. Teachers’ Federation has issued its typically modest demands in the wake of the Supreme Court of Canada’s casual dismissal of the BC Liberal effort to rein in public sector unions. The BCTF wants $300 million a year more to restore the Utopian public school conditions that allegedly existed before 2001. And that’s not all. They want private schools de-funded, to solidify their monopoly over education and slow the exodus of parents who don’t want their kids run through a far-left indoctrina-

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year, health transfers will go up three or four per cent. ● Mental health: The BC Liberal plan so far is expanding homeless shelters and singleroom-occupancy ontainment B.C. cfacilities for continuous street drug binges. This is popular with d r u g a bu s e r s across the country, as we have seen. Housing czar Rich Coleman will likely announce his latest plan to do something with the River view Hospital property. The NDP will cling to its Soviet-era demand for a five-year plan for poverty reduction. ● Energy: Clark wants to stop talking about the Trans Mountain oil pipeline expansion. It’s a federal decision, you know.

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A throne speech sounds a little bit different in an election year. This week’s throne speech and next week’s budget are noteworthy milestones along the way as British Columbia draws closer to its spring election campaign. Lt.-Gov. Judith Guichon delivered the throne speech Tuesday on behalf of Premier Christy Clark’s Liberal government, setting the tone for this session of the legislature that will lead us toward a May 9 vote. There is only so much the legislature will be to accomplish between now and then, when a newly elected government will have a fresh mandate We say: Budget with which to lead. So this year’s budget is not exactly a won’t exactly be a projecprojection of the tion of the year ahead. It’s more an affirmation of year ahead one party’s priorities, and we’ll keep in mind that the Liberals aren’t only governing; they’re also campaigning. The same will be true of the NDP’s certain criticisms of the coming budget – they’re fulfilling their duty as B.C.’s official opposition, but they’re in all-out campaign mode, too. Because of this, British Columbians might not put a lot of stock in the throne speech and budget, but we should. There are a lot of words that get thrown around in an election campaign, but a budget, at least, represents action, and it’s among the best metrics we will have when we make up our minds about how we plan to fill out our ballots. On our province’s political spectrum – which also includes the B.C. Conservatives and the B.C. Greens – there will be some subtle and not-so-subtle distinctions in the policies and promises we’re hearing. Next week’s budget – balanced, presumably – and opposition reaction, will attempt to sharpen the contrast between the various parties on tax policy, health-care priorities, energy, education, social programs, climate action and more. We, as voters, will be presented with a budget, we will hear it praised and panned, and then we will play a part in determining how much of it ever comes to pass. – Black Press

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All she did was shake down the oil producers for a cut of the profit, in exchange for her government’s “approval” of this federal project. Clark got a pass from the media for this apparently unconstitutional demand, part of her “five conditions” for issuing provincial permits she could have held hostage. The NDP and Green Party will carry on with dramatic disaster talking points about what is really a six-per-cent increase in shipping traffic on the B.C. coast, coupled with substantial and long-overdue federal marine rescue assets. ● Youth in care: B.C.’s new Representative for Children and Youth carries on the tradition of highlighting the worst cases, most recently the flagrant neglect by a subcontractor paid $8,000 a month to supervise troubled teenager Alex Gervais in Abbotsford. Gervais was on his own in a hotel for 10 days before jumping through a window to his death. tfletcher@blackpress.ca

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$204,900 • 210 Sayward Heights MLS 414480

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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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

$27,000 • 206-611 Macmillan - Bachelor unit. $41,900 • 302-611 Macmillan MLS 415157

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Choices, choices, Zoned RM 1 this 2700 sq foot home and property has development potential as it’s on .443 of an acre. Choice one, update the existing home and live in it and enjoy a large landscaped fenced yard. Choice two,live in the existing home while subdividing, build your dream home then sell the existing home. Located on a no thru road in an excellent location 3 minutes from most amenities including, the new hospital, schools, pool, skating rink, and Merecroft Centre. 1660 Dolora Rd. $375,000 MLS# 419263

Welcome home, this immaculately maintained low maintenance home and yard has many added features including, extra kitchen cabinets and pantry, landscaped backyard with blue chip gravel, 8x21 Sunroom, 9ft tall 10x20 greenhouse with automatic watering system, 18x18 garage with cabinets and shelving, VIDEO ONLINE AT TRANSFORMANCE.CA compost system, garden shed, RV parking Access to property off 3rd Street and 4 ft crawl space. Located just a couple of minutes from downtown in beautiful Glen Eagle Estates by the Sequoia Golf Course. Even better the home backs onto Campbell River Garden Center for backyard privacy for years to come. 342 Island Hwy. $549,900 This is the life, wake up to the Sunrise as it shines on the front of this beautiful home overlooking the Straight of Georgia. Majestic views of cruise ships, marine traffic, ocean wildlife and mountain views makes every day a pleasure to call this home yours. Immaculately kept this clean spacious home has many updates including, a gorgeous modern kitchen, new counter tops, tiled backsplash, professionally painted Oak Cabinets with new handles, new wooden deck, plus new paint in most of the home. VIDEO ONLINE AT TRANSFORMANCE.CA You’ll have little to no expenses for the next 10 years as the roof is 3 years old, the hot water tank is almost new, the sewer line was recently cleared and replaced, the drainage system updated.The detached garage is 13’6x25 with carport measuring 10’6x25 and includes a separate garden shed. This homes unique Ocean view floor plan is a delightful change of pace from the norm and can best be appreciated by viewing. 1649 Glen Eagle - Priced at $369,900

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ampbell River’s Selena Lasota, a Carihi graduate who went on to play lacrosse at Northwestern University in Illinois, will be representing Team Canada at the World Championships in Guilford, England this July. For Lasota, making Team Canada was her ultimate goal. “I think it was a very unrealistic goal until I got recruited by Northwestern and then I just kind of even last training camp I was sitting there thinking ‘how am I here?’,” she said. Lasota is in the beginning of her third season with Northwestern. She was recruited straight out of high school. “Half my day is set for Lacrosse and the other half is set for studying and then I go to bed, wake up the next day and do it all again,” she said. This isn’t her first time representing Canada on the international stage, however. In 2015 she played for the U19 team and clinched the player of the match honour in the goldmedal game against the U.S.A. That game she scored three goals, including the game-winner, and assisted on two others. Lasota started playing box

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February 17 Carihi graduate Selena Lasota will be representing Team Canada at the Lacrosse World Champtionships this summer in England.

lacrosse at eight-years-old and has lived and breathed the sport ever since. She rose to play for a Team BC provincial club of mostly boys, where she showed so much potential the coach invited her to a field lacrosse camp in Florida. That was when she caught the eye of Northwestern recruiters. When asked about what makes her so good at the sport, Lasota simply said it’s her love for it. She feels lucky that she

has found something she is good at the she loves enough to play everyday. And play everyday she does. Her mornings start with an almost three hour practice. After that she heads to class. At the moment she is taking four classes towards her degree in human development and phsycological service. Her evenings are set aside for studying, she makes sure to hit the weight room once a week,

as well. Lasota was one of around 80 women vying for a spot on the national team when tryouts began last summer. Half the players were cut after the first round. She went again in the fall where they cut it down to 24. The final roster was announced mid-January. Lasota says the team will meet for a training camp in May before heading to England in July.

Midget Tyees advance in playoffs T he Strathcona Midget Tyees played road warrior over the past two weekends, fighting to overcome an early deficit from a loss to Oceanside in their round robin playoff round in Vancouver Island North. After beating Powell River last Saturday, they were in Nanaimo this past weekend to face what was left of a Clippers squad depleted by suspensions. Their bench was shorter, like their season, after Saturday. Dominik Bellefleur was the early star for the Tyees, who

were slow to get their offence going in the first period. Bellefleur, however, calmly turned aside Nanaimo’s efforts until Lukas Lund opened the scoring for the Tyees on a nice drive down the right side after some excellent passing from teammates Jaxon Ward and Seth Parker. A great glove save from Bellefleur preserved the lead early in the second, and the Tyees were able to find some breathing room when Ethan Mainprize converted a Clinton Nelson pass, with Nick Ordano draw■ ■ ■ ■

ing a second assist. Jake Hartley drove the play all game, while the Tyees defence moved the puck sharply, controlling possession. Brendan Almer has fit right in on defence again after his long injury, while Nick Ordano has really had an impact in his return. With two assists, he was offensively prominent in Nanaimo, and he was a lightning rod for abuse from the frustrated Clippers who completely lost their hockey focus after the Tyees’ second goal, taking a total of 42 minutes in

penalties in the game, along with three player ejections. Ironically, Campbell River’s third and fourth goals were shorthanded. Lund scored on a great set up from Ordano who hustled into the Clipper zone, stole the puck and then found Lund in the high slot. Lund then set up Owen Boyd before Boyd closed out the scoring, from Bryce Narhi and Ward. Bellefleur finished with a shut-out, and the Tyees move on to the semi-finals, likely in Victoria next weekend.

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Monday Night Men’s 10 Pin Bowling February 13 Standings QTR YTD What’s On Digest 55.0 446.5 Boston Brutes 51.0 468.0 Da Bears 36.0 424.0 Alley Cats 36.0 375.5 Lesson Lake 34.0 431.5 Storrie Creek Golfers 30.0 417.5 Clippers 14.0 392.0

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Tuesday Lunch Bunch 10 Pin Bowling February 14 Standings QTR WK Teams QTR WK Teams Newbies 38.0 38.0 Nesbitt Is Coffee 20.5 20.5 20.0 20.0 SMF 33.0 33.0 Bowl Mates Quay West 32.0 32.0 Isl Fever Travel 20.0 20.0 Heavy Balls 30.0 30.0 Marine Harvest 15.0 15.0 8.0 8.0 Odd Balls 23.5 23.5 Quinsam Auto CONGRATULATIONS TO - NEWBIES -3RD QTR WINNERS WOMEN High Scr Game Michele Murphy 162 High Hdcp Game Michele Murphy 243 High Scr Series Darlene Woods 450 High Hdcp Series Darilene Barker 641 Pins Over Avg Darilene Barker 41 MEN Hi Scratch Game Ray Stormo 190 Hi Handicap Game Herb Baines 238 Hi Scratch Series Larry Mckinley 513 Handicap Series Herb Baines 642 Pins Over Avg Herb Baines 42 TEAM Hi Scratch Game Newbies 4786 Hi Handicap Game Bowl Mates 652 Hi Scratch Series Newbies 1384 Handicap Series Newbies 1870

Tuesday Night 10 Pin Bowling February 7 Standings

Teams Qtr YTD Canada Plus 38 114 Awl Tec 32 90 Friggin’ 10 Pin 30 88 *Screaming Eagle’s 28 94 *Spare Talent 26 96 *The B.U.F.F.S 26 108 King Pins 22 94 Ryan’s Pizzeria 20 68 Split Happens 16 68 Quarter Winners: 1st = * 2nd = ** 3rd=*** Team Scr Game Friggin’ 10 Pin 739 Team Hcp Game Friggin’ 10 Pin 910 Team Scr Series Canada Plus 2091 Team Hcp Series Friggin’ 10 Pin 2604 Scr Game Men/Women Hcp Series Men/Women Dean King 222 Dean King 680 Lennai Chickite 215 Devon Rodgers 702 Hcp Game Men/Women Most POA Men/Women Dean King 258 Harley Trenholm +66 Lennai Chickite 255 Devon Rodgers +90 Scr Series Men/Women Dean King 572 Devon Rodgers 549

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February 8 Standings

February 10 Standings Team Name WK QTR The Gimps 34.0 183.0 Bowlderdash 17.0 177.0 Aztec 17.0 166.0 Living On A Spare 11.0 159.5 C&C 30.0 158.0 Auto King Royals 33.0 155.5 Whatever Works 15.5 147.5 A Spare I Guess 28.5 142.5 Chucking Awesome 25.5 126.5 Alvin & Chipmunks 8.5 124.5 MEN High Scr Game Shane Konkle High Hcp Game Dan Annand High Scr Series Shane Konkle High Hcp Series Shane Konkle WOMEN High Scr Game Sheila Stormo High Hcp Game Michele Murphy High Scr Series Michelle Palmer High Hcp Series Devon Rogers TEAMS High Scr Game Whatever Works High Hcp Game C&C High Scr Series Whatever Works High Hcp Series The Gimps

Standings LW QTR(2) YTD N.I.Comm 28 28 392.5 CR Floors 22 22 367 Chances 21 21 416 Bailey W. Stars 2 20 20 420.5 Bailey W. Stars 1 18 18 391 2nd Storie 7 17 405 Rockin’ Rollers 10 10 351.5 Lucky Strikes 8 8 328.5 TEAM High Scr Game Bailey W. Stars 1 695 High Hdcp Game CR Floors 919 High Scr Series Bailey W. Stars 1 1943 High Hdcp Series N.I. Comm 2533 INDIVIDUAL High Scr Game Lorrie Herman 210 High Hdcp Game Lorrie Herman 275 High Scr Series Ioan Wheatley 539 High Hdcp Series Lorrie Herman 719 MOST POA Lorrie Herman +119 1st Quarter Winners – Chances 2nd Quarter Winners – Bailey Western Stars 1 3RD QUARTER WINNERS – 2nd Storie

Thursday Seniors 10 Pin Bowling February 2 Standings Team The “EH” Team Happy Wndrs Amigos ATF Strikers Class Act

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YTD 220 185 208 218 198.5

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February 22, 2017, marks the ninth annual Pink Shirt Day. The event is an antibullying campaign that addresses the issue of bullying in schools and communities across Canada. Seventy-five per cent of Canadians report having experienced bullying in their lifetime, and rates of bullying in Canada are higher than they are in twothirds of OECD countries. Involvement in bullying is linked to various health problems, including anxiety, depression, physical pain (headaches, stomach cramps, etc.) and eating disorders.

Bullying facts and myths

Raising funds for anti-bullying initiatives is one of the primary goals of Pink Shirt Day, but building awareness about bullying in all its forms and how it can be prevented is also an important objective. Wearing an official Pink Shirt Day tee or other merchandise is one way to show support for the cause. Placing a donation with the organization and sharing related material on social media are other possibilities.

MYTH: Aggression is the best way to put an end to bullying FACT: Combatting aggression with aggression is ineffective and can make the situation far worse. Assertiveness should be encouraged, but violence, taunting and retaliation should not.

WHY PINK? Pink Shirt Day has its roots in events that occurred in a Nova Scotia high school in 2007. One particular student was bullied and slandered with homophobic remarks for wearing a pink shirt to class. In response, two of his peers — Travis Price and David Shepherd — organized the student body to take a stand against the bullying. They purchased pink shirts and distributed them among their classmates to wear as an act of solidarity with the bullied student. From 2008 onwards, schools across the country have followed suit with their own campaign.

MYTH: Bullies are bad kids FACT: Bullies are just average kids with strengths and weaknesses. Often they have stresses and difficulties that their peers do not. So while bullying behaviour is bad, bullies themselves are regular kids who require guidance to overcome their inappropriate conduct.

The ninth annual Pink Shirt Day

When it comes to understanding the dynamics of bullying, it’s easy to be misguided as so many myths about bullies and their victims prevail in the larger culture. However, it’s only by knowing the facts about bullying that we can begin to help our children deal with this difficult issue. MYTH: Bullying is a normal and character-building part of childhood FACT: While conflict among peers is an inevitable part of growing up, bullying does not fall into the same category. Bullying involves repeated aggression in which there is a power imbalance between the aggressor and the target. These experiences debilitate a child’s self-esteem and sense of self-worth.

MYTH: Children grow out of bullying FACT: Bullies are 60 per cent more likely to have a criminal conviction by the time they’re 24. Without intervention, bullying behaviour persists into adulthood.

MYTH: Bullied kids need to learn how to resolve the problem on their own FACT: Victims of bullying often don’t know how to defend themselves, either physically or verbally. They require adult guidance to effectively overcome the problem, and should be commended for having the good sense to seek help.

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How to prevent cyberbullying It’s a digital world and today’s kids are growing up in a social reality that includes extensive interactions within multiple platforms. Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat and text messaging provide opportunities for kids to connect, but unfortunately they can also be used for harm. Cyberbullying can be defined as using technology — computers, tablets and smartphones — to harass, threaten, embarrass or demean another person. Here are some guidelines for parents who want to prevent it. TALK ABOUT CYBERBULLYING If your children are old enough to have digital accounts or cellphones, then they’re ready to have conversations about cyberbullying. Make sure they can

define and recognize cyberbullying in its various forms, and encourage them to come to you if they are subjected to online harassment in any form.

Signs your child is being bullied

INSIST YOUR CHILD FOLLOW RULES AND SAFETY GUIDELINES Encourage your child to always use passwords to protect devices and online accounts and to never share them with anyone — even their close friends. Make sure that your child uses the most stringent privacy settings for all their online accounts, and teach them to be wary of whom they allow to join their social networks. Make it clear that any content they share digitally is no longer private and could always be distributed and altered, even if they later delete it. They should always think twice before sharing personal content. A good rule of thumb: if they wouldn’t want their worst enemy to see it, then they shouldn’t share it at all. Most importantly, selfrespect and respect for others should always be practiced.

Bullying can be physical, verbal or relational and is therefore not always visible on the surface. In addition, children are often reluctant to admit to being bullied, due to fear, embarrassment or the belief that coming forward would be futile. But bullying in all its forms is harmful and can lead to both physical and mental health issues. Knowing the signs of bullying allows parents to identify the issue and give their child the support they need to overcome the problem. Signs of bullying include: • Unexplained bruises, scratches, cuts or scrapes • Ripped clothing • Missing or damaged toys, books, electronics, school supplies or money • Unwillingness to attend school or to frequent other places where peers might be (school bus, extracurricular activities, public washrooms, etc.) • Change in behaviour or attitude (clingy, evasive, aggressive, etc.) • Frequently appearing sad, angry, depressed or anxious • Change in grades • Unusual frequency of insomnia or nightmares • Bedwetting • Complaints about physical ailments such as headaches or stomach pain • Intense hunger when returning home, as though they haven’t eaten all day • No longer spending time with peers that were once close friends • Intimidating behaviour towards siblings or pets

If your child displays one or more of these signs, ask him or her open-ended questions about their experience. If they do report bullying, take it seriously. Let them know that the behaviour is not acceptable and that you will take the necessary actions to ensure their safety. If they don’t report bullying but you still suspect it might be occurring, speak with teachers, principals, coaches, and possibly peers to try to get to the bottom of it. Every adult in a child’s life has a responsibility to keep them away from harm.

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2 Bedroom, 2 bath condo on the ground floor in a beautifully designed building across from the waterfront and beach walk. This suite features 9’ ceilings, a deluxe kitchen with upgraded stainless steel appliances, 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 a 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 plus a back patio and wrap around terrace where you can enjoy the ocean view. Offered at $279,800. Call Brian to view today or stop by the Open House Saturday 12 - 1 hosted by Marion Krug.

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Beautiful ocean view home with a large picture window to enjoy cruise ships, tug boats and wonderful whale watching. The resident eagles are a sight to behold in the lofty trees within hearing and viewing distance. The front yard is fully fenced and has been levelled providing great additional outdoor living space. This character home with street and lane access is centrally located and within walking distance to all downtown amenities. Very few .35 acre view properties like this one left. It won’t last! MLS 416322

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Absolutely stunning 3 level split 3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, located at 480 Ash St. One of the best views in town. Vaulted ceiling for large artwork on main floor. Roof, Heat pump & water tank still under warranty. H.R.V. Large underheight workshop area. Offered at $599,900 MLS 411714 Call Bruce NOW at 250-287-0151

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SOLD! 1041 Cordero Crescent 333 Rockland Road Very open designed split entry 4 bedroom 3 bath home. Upstairs is a very large open plan with many updates. There are 3 bedrooms on the main floor.. 1 bedroom suite down. This home has a full media room, 2 seperate laundry rooms. Also a large garage with bomb shelter. Tons of parking, this home must be seen. MLS 417453 $309,900

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Location, Location, Location! Almost 1900 sqft 3 bed/2 bath rancher with bonus room upstairs. The open concept floor plan gives a large and airy feeling. The kitchen features granite counters, spacious island with a raised eating bar,and a large corner pantry. This home has many features from customs blinds, RV parking, heated crawl space etc... If you are looking for a like new home in a great location look no further. MLS 417788 $424,900

• Lower tax area, Peak-a-boo ocean view • Quality custom home with in-law suite • 10 zone Natural gas hot water heating + H.R.V • 26 x 53 foot cement pad with all the utilities for carriage house or shop • Future subdivision potential. Offered at $599,900 MLS 417658

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spacious, north facing 2 Bed/2 Bath condo Details available at www.stricker.ca This has breathtaking views of the Ocean and

Coastal Mountains. Quiet and adult oriented you will enjoy a galley kitchen, eating nook and covered deck, living room and separate dining area as well as a large master bedroom with walk in closet and 4 piece en-suite bathroom. Walk through the professionally maintained and landscaped gardens and out onto the beach. Pets are welcome and rentals allowed, both with restrictions.

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Lot D, Upshur Road, Quadra Island $499,000 MLS 391372 • fabulous oceanfront acreage with extraordinary vistas of Discovery Passage • 46 acre estate property on Copper Bluffs ready for your new home

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230 Wayne Rd $249,500 MLS 416139 3 bedrrom, Great starter, investment or down sizing. 2 year old roof. Large kitchen with maple cabinets.

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$314,900

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299 Michigan $429,900 MLS 419436 Fabulous rancher to be built in a great family area. This home features 1829 sqft with 3 generous sized bedrooms including a 16x12 master with walk-in closet and huge ensuite with walk-in shower. The living space has both formal and informal areas with a family room off the kitchen and access to a covered deck. The kitchen has a centre island and plenty of cabinets. A great home with completed expected for July.

975 Shoppers Row

Space for lease! High profile location for your business or retail shop at the Coast Discovery Inn at the Tyee Plaza. Three units available from about 605 to 1700 square feet or adjustments can be made if you need additional space.

$14 per sqft

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.

1287 Shoppers Row $25,000 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.

11-1630 Croation $47,800 MLS 419071 Updated mobile on a private pad, only minutes to downtown Campbell River. Updates include new exterior siding, windows, and skirting. Interior updates including the kitchen with appliances and custom cabinets, the bathroom - all flooring heating and drywall. The double lot has garden beds and lots of space. 55+ park-small dog or cat welcome.

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Ideally located across from the ocean, this 2 bedroom condo is south facing and second from front, with a fabulous ocean view and a large deck perfect for soaking up the morning sun or watching the ocean and passing cruise ships. With in unit laundry, small pets, and rentals allowed, this unit is an excellent choice for buyers looking for investment or an island lifestyle. The building looks great with recent renovations including new windows, new exterior siding, new hallway flooring, newer elevator and more!

NEW LISTING!

$172,500

MLS 419424

950 Cedar

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.

$698,800

MLS 416273

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!

331 MacMillan Dr, Sayward $238,000

105 – 1392 S. Island Hwy $279,800

224 Westgate

Why pay rent when you could own this affordable 2 bedroom Willow Point rancher? It’s on a large fenced corner lot with tall trees for privacy. Close to schools, shopping and the beach. Tenant occupied with rent at $775 per month.

$270,000

Great new listing with development potential. Zoned RM3, this home features fabulous views of the downtown and the ocean beyond. It’s a two storey with 3 bedrooms plus a den upstairs and main floor living. Good appeal for first time buyers, or investors!

NEW LISTING!

$149,800

MLS 418248

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 417483

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.

SOLD!

SOLD! 9-1335 Creekside Way

MLS 418202 174 Victory Turn

20 S. Petersen Rd

$298,900

MLS 417483

2 Bedroom, 2 bath condo across from the waterfront and 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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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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Ashley Stawski 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

Helping you find the perfect house to turn into your perfect home.

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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.

8889 Clarkson Ave $599,000 MLS 417960 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!!

315 Arizona Dr $359,900 MLS 412177

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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534 S. McPhedran $309,900 3 Bed / 3 Bath / 1,706 Sq/Ft

#207-1216 S. Island Hwy $234,900 HUGE OCEAN VIEW! 2 bed / 2 Bath

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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.

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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.

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61 Oregon Road 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

3201-27 Island Hwy Hidden Harbour. Enjoy boating from your own berth in the private marina. Spectacular north facing 2 bedroom, 2 bath, 1338 sq ft ocean front suite with phenomenal views of Discovery Passage. This impressive home is located in the desirable Whaler building with amenities such as an indoor swimming pool, hot tub, exercise area and meeting rooms, as well as exceptional lawns and beautiful landscaping for you to enjoy. Relax on the roof top patio and be captivated by the exceptional panoramic ocean views. Take in the passing cruise ships, the occasional Humpback whale, pods of Orcas and other sea life as well as marine traffic. If you wish you could go the beach, and take in the views, or go for a stroll and beachcomb. There is secure underground parking and a storage locker. Pets are also permitted with some restrictions. Close to shopping, hospital, recreation and the Seawalk which extends South into Willow Point. This is a great location to enjoy West Coast living at its finest! $269,900 MLS 414806

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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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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

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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N OFFER PE 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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3744 McLelan Road 3 bed, 2 bath, home with lots of updates and fabulous yard. MLS 417557 $299,900

#3-1315 Creekside Way 2 bed/ 2 bath townhouse in great area close to all levels of school. MLS 416531 $119,000

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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

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

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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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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 $389,900 +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 $389,900 +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 MLS 419185

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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121 Dahl Road $549,000 +GST

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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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1957 Pinehurst Pl 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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#116-585 Dogwood S MLS 399616 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

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2250 SALMON POINT RD. #10-1315 CREEKSIDE WAY

Excellent starter home or investment. 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms and in unit laundry. Updated flooring and fixtures plus hot water tank, fridge and dishwasher was replaced in 2010. Great location, close to schools, college, recreation centre, parks, forest land, shopping and buses. Rentals and pets allowed. PRICED AT $139,000.

#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.

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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244 S. McLean

156 Island Hwy

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

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.

460 - 13th Ave

2583 Kingcome Pl

2440 sqft vacant floor space, easily accessible from the street. Perfect downtown location – high visibility & traffic flow. Ample parking for staff and customers.

$619,000

Revenue producing apartment building in Port McNeill. A mix of 1, 2 & 3 bedroom suites for a total of 33 units on a 1.1 acre lot. Coin laundry.

For Lease

2532 S. Island Hwy.

.52 acre semi oceanfront property with highway frontage. C-2 zoning allows for a number of uses. The owner will consider a joint venture with a developer.

$549,000

$995,000

865 – 8th Ave

This 2.35 acre treed site is currently zoned Residential Multiple One which will allow 24 patio homes or town homes. Within easy walking distance to downtown Campbell River. Asking less than $12,000/door.

220 S. Island Hwy.

Prime development. 2 acres, semi-oceanfront with RM-3 zoning which permits 60 multifamily units. Unobstructed views of Discovery Passage & the Mainland mountains. Preliminary construction design plans available to a pre-qualified buyer.

$949,000

834 S. Island Hwy.

½ acre property across from the Seawalk and just a 5 minute drive from downtown. Approved 22 suite condo development project with ocean and mountain views. Zoned RM-3.

$699,000

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Suited for service or office requirements. 3300 sqft of open and undeveloped space with 2 large washrooms. Separate secured entrance with ample parking. Very reasonable asking price of $4.95 per sqft. Common area costs add’l $1.00 per sqft plus GST. For Lease

$285,000

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

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.


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TONI SMITH 250-286-1187 2200 FOREST GROVE DR.

547 HOLM RD.

How do you feel about owning your own personal 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!

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.

$699,900

$749,900

MLS# 418819

SOLD! MLS# 414611

#105-824 SOUTH ISLAND HWY.

SOLD!

Location, location, location! Investors delight or 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.

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Lovely 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom rancher located in a quiet cul de sac, in one of the nicest neighbourhoods in Campbell River, perfect for children to play & adults to chat with neighbors. Large master bedroom with a luxurious ensuite with a soaker tub as well as a separate shower. The children's wing has a shared bath easily accessible by both bedrooms. Gas furnace, gas hot water tank, gas fireplace as well as BBQ hook up makes this home very economical to live in.

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Another beautiful property to call home, build your dream home on this private lot. It is the perfect hideaway, yet only minutes from downtown Campbell River & only 8 km from the highway. Campbell River is a seaside City with so much to offer. We have the Ocean at our doorstep, many lakes & rivers, fishing, nature & mountain biking trails. Two excellent golf courses, skiing only minutes away & the International Airport within half an hour.

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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

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.

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.

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.

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Ecole Phonenix Pink Shirt Day

SUBMISSION FROM ECOLE PHOENIX WOW – the art room window at Ecole Phoenix is a RAINBOW of Balloons to help kick off February when we will celebrate Pink Shirt Day on Wednesday, February 22nd. Mrs. Lim has filled her show case with balloons representing the colours of the rainbow. How many are there? Students will enter their guesses and win prizes donated by Staples. It’s a colourful reminder that prompts students in Kwa’kwa’la, English and French: “In a world where you can be anything; be kind” The theme for this year’s celebration of pink is ‘MAKE NICE’ and students at Phoenix will be working to “Make Nice’ not just during ‘Pink Shirt’ Day but at all times. Bullying is about social power and middle school students are working to find out where they belong. Of course middle school can be challenging a time; developmentally students this age are forming their identity and learning to think abstractly; opportunities to learn empathy and how to put themselves in other shoes are provided in many ways at Phoenix such as working in the community at Yucalta Lodge, Evergreen, at Cedar and EDM and the soup kitchen downtown. There will be a POD challenge to see which POD has the most students dressed in a PINK and there will be prizes for the most creative outfits. Button making, ‘kind o’ grams’ (strawberries dipped in chocolate) can be sent to someone needing a lift. Random acts of kindness and an ‘Appreciation Board’ are all part of the celebration of Pink at Phoenix this year. As well, our Gay Straight Alliance Club (GSA) has seen a big increase in numbers as of late, with very passionate youth becoming active in fighting for safe spaces and educating their peers inside and outside of school. We are excited to be part of the PINK Celebration this year and will continue to build on this as the year progresses as we educate our community on these very important issues.

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Lizzie Velasquez: “Fighting Back in a Different Way”

by PinkShirtDay in Inspirational Tales motivation. Graduating with a degree in communications, Lizzie worked diligently towards her goal of becoming a motivational speaker and anti-bullying activist. She is now well known for her own YouTube channel, showcasing videos such as the one of her speaking at TEDxAustin in 2013 (which you can watch below) that has garnered over 8 million views. She has also written three books, starred in a documentary, and is raising awareness for The Safe Schools ImprA-Brave-HeartPosterovement Act. Lizzie’s film A Brave Heart details her experience being bullied, and choosing to let these actions inspire her instead of dragging her down; to “fight back in a different way”. The film premiered at South by Southwest this year, winning the Audience award, and will be released as widely as possible, including both theater and online release.

Lizzie Velasquez is inspiring people around the world to treat each other with kindness and understanding. Born with a rare condition leaving her unable to gain body fat, Lizzie has never weighed more than 64 pounds, and began to lose her vision at the age of four.

Throughout her childhood she was bullied constantly, and says that she “felt like some sort of monster” around other children. The bullying did not end in elementary school, and at 17 Lizzie was shocked to discover she had gone viral in a YouTube video dubbing her “The

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Lizzie, along with the director of her film are now promoting support of The Safe Schools Improvement Act in the US, which would work to define bullying and harassment as violence, and to ensure schools track bullying incidents. Through the hashtag #ImWithLizzie, and her website ImWithLizzie.com Lizzie encourages others to show their support of the act, and highlights how to contact their government to push the act forward.

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If you don’t feel comfortable telling someone, make an online report through the Student Bullying Reporting tool found under ‘Quick Links’ at www.sd72.bc.ca.

There are four common types of bullying: • physical; • verbal; • social & emotional; and • cyber or online. School District 72, along with the Ministry of Education wants to erase bullying. The Erase Bullying website has valuable information for parents and students on how to distinguish between bullying and conflict; how to tell if your child is being bullied or is bullying; how to get help; and available resources. The Erase Bullying website can be accessed from the ‘Parent’ and ‘Student sections of the district website at www.sd72.bc.ca.

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Make Bullying Stop! TIPS FOR STUDENTS

• Bullying can be prevented before it starts. Understand what bullying behaviours are such as name-calling, unwelcome teasing or taunting, and then help others understand these are unacceptable behaviours. • Recognize you have the right to be treated with respect and feel safe in your school and community. If this is not happening, talk to someone. • Refuse to go along with bullying or harassment - youth who laugh or cheer only encourage the behaviour. • Gather your friends to help speak out against bullying and harassment. • Watch out for those being bullied, and tell a teacher or trusted adult if you see bullying happening. • You can report bullying online, and so no one knows who reported.

• Notice if your child talks about dropping out of school for vague reasons, skips school, is unwilling or afraid to leave the house, or wants to change their route to school. • Be aware if your child comes home with torn clothes, unexplained bruises, new clothes or other items, or money not accounted for. In 2007, the Province of BC passed legislation requiring boards of education to have codes of conduct in all schools that include standards forappropriate school behaviour.In addition, curriculum for students from elementary to high school includes skills for the development of healthy relationships. Government remains committed to proclaiming Anti-Bullying Day each year.

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• Get to know your children’s friends and be involved in their school community. • Discuss with your child or teenager examples of bullying he or she notices on television, in video games or in the neighbourhood. Help your child understand the consequences of bullying. • Model appropriate behaviour by showing empathy for others, managing angry feelings and accepting differences. • Watch your child for signs of changed behaviour, such as dropped grades, sleeplessness, anxiety, loss of appetite, angry outbursts or being sick in the morning.

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Getting worse sucks... but it sure is motivating have the same excuses and they seem to ride as quickly as ever. It just comes down to me being slow and out-ofshape. So what do I do about it? I can get a lighter bike to save energy. MY Ihelp can get one of these new E-Bikes and use the help of a motor to keep up. Maybe I quit riding with friends and stop using Strava, then I won’t realize how slow I have become since last summer. No. Those ideas won’t work. They’ll cause me to remain slow and I will most likely stay that way forever. I am a firm believer that any decision made based on ego is a bad decision, but I am competitive and I hate getting dropped on rides. I will continue to ride with my buddies because they’re fun to ride with, it’s safer to ride with others and the social aspect is key for me, but right now the main reason is that they motivate me to ride harder and faster. I want to catch them, and pass them. If nothing else helps me regain some fitness then this little hit to my ego will keep me motivated to push harder . . . and knowing them, I can guarantee it will push the whole group a bit. It’s kind of silly, but hey, getting faster is more fun than getting slower.

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I’m not sure how many people have a need to be better. I think most people want to improve, or even if they’re oblivious to it, they surely enjoy improvement when it does take place. SPIN It doesn’t matter in what aspect of life; getting better at something feels good. On the other end of the spectrum, getting worse feels horrible. It can be something as simple as gaining a few pounds over winter, losing a step due to age, or in my case, sucking wind on my bike after a rough winter. Granted, I have not been on many mountain bike rides this season, but the rides I have managed had me off the back in a way I have never experienced. I am usually at or near the front of the group I ride with. Currently my buddies are riding so much faster than me that by the time I catch them at the meeting point they are rested, fed and looking at me wondering if I had a mechanical. At the same time I am keeled over hoping one of them knows CPR. I don’t know where my fitness went, but it’s long gone and it feels horrible. This is not a normal phenomenon for me. I am usually able to stay fairly fit during the winter season and as much as I can create a list of excuses for my lacking fitness this year, my friends all

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For the most part the fishing activity around Campbell River and the northern portions of the Island were a write off last week as the snow pounded down and never mind getting to your boat, many of us were hard pressed to get home. If conditions are ideal, winter springs in the vicinity of 8 to 15 can be caught but the undersize salmon are coming in fast and furious and for many anglers they will wait it out and try when the the bigger springs show up in April. When the skies cleared and snow stopped, the Family Day Monday saw an increase in fishing activity that, for some, started at the Red Rock boat launch. As many as 12 boats were seen in the

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fishing area between the Lighthouse Hump and Shelter Point. Undersize salmon were being hooked and released or simply hit and shook off. Slow fishing in the area is attributed to the lack of bait and, for most, no fish were being brought in. With the bad weather, I had to cancel the fly tying for beginners session last Sunday at the Library and the next sessions will as scheduled as follows: this Sunday I will hold a session in Sayward at the Salmon River Inn starting at 1 p.m. I will be set up in the lobby and it’s open to all ages to attend, talk fishing and learn some tying techniques behind the vise. There will be some prize draws and Lorna Duncan at Roberts

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fter four years, the proof is in the pulling. Pulling, that is, on a hook by big trout in some Vancouver Island lakes. The trout are getting bigger thanks to a small lake fertilization program started four years ago. It’s a cooperative effort between the Habitat Conservation Trust Foundation (HCTF), the BC Conservation Foundation (BCCF) and the Ministry of Forests, Lands and Natural Resource Operations (FLNRO). The program’s goal was to increase opportunities for anglers to access quality fisheries targeting larger sized fish in small (less than 1,000 hectares) lakes. While Vancouver Island is a natural oasis with wonderful lakes all over the place, geology

and high rainfall conditions result in relatively unproductive environments. Their trout aren’t big, unlike the nutrient rich Interior lakes that are world renowned for the large average size of their trout. But data recently released about the program’s success should have Vancouver Island lake anglers frothing at their gills. For instance in 2012 (pre-enrichment) a three-year-old fish weighed an average of 660g (1.45 pounds), in 2015 (after enrichment) the same-age fish averaged 1,191g (2.62 pounds). And one-year-old fish in 2012 averaged 357g (.78 pound), in 2015 and 2016,  568g (1.25 pounds) and 456g (one pound) respectively. Those figures are from Reginald and Martha Lakes, about 25 km north of Campbell River

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Jessie Blake holds up a lunker rainbow trout from Reginald Lake just west of Campbell River. A four-year fertilization program has dramatically increased the size of fish in the lake. The program is also being applied to other lakes all around Vancouver Island.

in the Sayward Forest District. “We have confirmed significant improved fish growth at both Reginald and Martha lakes — with lots of fish between three and five pounds in Reginald,” said Jeramy Damborg, Project Biologist with BCCF. That was after a fouryear application process. Similar one-year applications have been completed at Regan Lake (Oyster River wasterhsed), Merrill Lake (Sayward Forest District), Flora Lake (Nitinat District) and Lizard Lake (Renfrew

District). The application process uses a small boat and a fire pump. Nutrients are highly diluted and mixed with lake water before being spread around the lake perimeter at about two week intervals. The nutrients are then used by the natural algae growing in the lake, boosting algae blooms which in turn increases zooplankton and insect densities — setting up a banquet the feeding trout in Vancouver Island lakes wouldn’t normally receive. “This, coupled with non-retention and a

modified stocking program are producing high quality fisheries,” said Damborg. The program has also caught the eye of Campbell River Mayor Andy Adams. “We’re already the Salmon Capital of the World and we have extensive tourism opportunities all around us,” he said. “Campbell River is the launch pad for North Vancouver Island activities and the results coming from this program are really exciting. “It is creating a whole new opportunity and reason for anglers to

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Pictured left to right - Daniel Wood, Jenna Scott, Alex Movold, Kyle Barnes. Four young athletes of the Northwest Shito-Kai Karate School have recently qualified for the provincial karate team and will travel to Quebec City to compete at the 2017 National Karate Championships. This is the clubs 4th showing at the national level since its inception in 2003. The four young students who qualified have all done so in the new 12-13 year division.

Returning Canadian Champion Kyle Barnes, 13 along with teammates Jenna Scott, 12 Alexander Movold, 13 and Daniel Wood, 13 have all been preparing and dedicating themselves to their development since last May and they all made the final cut on January 7th 2017. Jenna Scott will be competing in the Kata (traditional forms event) along with Alexander Movold. Because of Alex’s

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These are very exciting times for the sport of karate and for our young athletes at NWSK. We would like to thank the community of Campbell River and our generous sponsors for their continuing support in the development of our athletes and the pursuit of highlevel competition. Domo Arigato Gozaimashita! NWSK Karate

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Mark, a Rotarian, talked about the many different types Guests student who is always helping others and Mark Siemonsma Falls West Rotary of wheelchairs manufactured by Hope Haven andSpeaker/Sioux the is the first to volunteer for community Diego de Oliveira Student of the Month Milosz Szablowski Inbound costs associated. It was a fascinating presentation.SOM “We Teacher (Robron) Kai Taylor Ian Baikie events. Noon Club new students feel He helps (Hope Haven) feel it’s our calling to serve with Mother Sandra Frey people SOM Pieter Koeleman Noon welcome and Club he will oen be seen going Rob Trainer Diana Gardner’s guest Larry Chen Noon Club disabilities.” Chris Haslett Leona Perkins Many Smiles begin with Dave Healy

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Rotary Club Celebrates Chinese New Year All went well at the Driftwood Restaurant where our Rotary Club celebrated Chinese New Year in order to raise funds for the World Community Service. Host Larry Chen and M/C Todd Peachey kept the event lively and entertaining. We were joined by 21 members from the Daybreak Club, including Club president Sandra Rushton, and President elect Tony Fontana.

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Hanna Darwin is a Timberline Grade 11 student and she has been selected to represent our Club for the 2017-18 year as our Outbound Exchange Student. Hanna is going to the Czech Republic.

I am planning on moving from my home of 43 years to a Retirement Community. I raised my family in this home. I have so much stuff and I have no idea where to begin.

Today she gave us a brief biography about herself. Hanna plays the Altosax and loves to read. At school among other things she is in the Interact and Global Interest Clubs. As a history buff, Hanna volunteers at the library and looks to go to University to study history as a preparation to becoming a lawyer. Right now Hanna is studying intensively to speak the Czech language. And most importantly, she wishes to thank the Club for this year long opportunity.

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1) Get some boxes and a big felt marker. Start in one room of your house. Think about your CHILDREN OR LOVED ONES close to you. Choose 20 items having sentimental value and importance to you and your family. Place them in the boxes and mark their names on them. It’s wonderful for a loved one to receive some special mementos from you at this time.

Sunday January 29th was the Jaltemba Bay Rotary Club’s main fundraiser. A cheque was presented by John Spry for the Carihi Interact Clubs donation to Books On Wheels program here in Jaltemba Bay area.

2) Choose 20 items you will feel good about donating to CHARITY. There are so many neighbourhood causes that need good quality used items and they will benefit tremendously from your generosity.

Thanks to the Noon Hour Rotary Club of Campbell River for their continued support.

3) Time to focus on you. Mark a box(es) with NEED. Decide on 20 things that you absolutely need in your next living space. Don’t forget what is already provided to you with the services you will receive in your new retirement community (such as – if housekeeping is provided, there is no need to bring a vacuum cleaner).

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4) In the last box(es) in this one room, mark it with WANT. Choose 20 items you want to take with you. These items may be sentimental and not practical, but they are still important to you. You will want to bring things that make you comfortable and happy in your new space.

Our service to the world in 2016 • • • • • • • • • • •

Honduras — Interact youth — school roof led by Isfeld Interact Honduras — early childhood learning (Kelowna WCS) Vietnam – wheelchairs Nepal — Maternal Health Mexico, La Penitas — school improvements (John Spry) Mexico, Cabo Corrientes, school improvements (Mid-Island Group) Guatemala — water system (Mid-Island Group) Panama — water pipe (CR Daybreak WCS) Ghana — blood fridge, (Mid-Island WCS group) Ghana — school upgrades, (Mid-Island WCS group) Soap for Hope — recycling soap from Vancouver Island to abroad

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How wonderful that you have made the decision to embark on this new adventure. Once you have downsized on your terms, you will be able to settle into your new home in comfort. Try not to stress about this impending move. Take one step at a time and look at this task with a 20/20/20/20 Vision.

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2820 ISLAND S HWY Unobstructed ocean view 2 bedroom home. Located in Willow Point, this updated semi-waterfront rancher offers 2 bedrooms, 1 bath, and stunning ocean and coastal mountain views. MLS 418555

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7522 ISLAND N HWY Black Creek farm with 2 homes, pastures, woodlands, older outbuildings & a mature “U-Pick” blueberry field of 1000+ plants. The full perimeter is fenced & fence line cleared. MLS 391453

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nytime Fitness and Vision Travel are coming together on Feb. 28 to create a unique opportunity for the community by hosting a fun, informative evening presentation launching Get Fit and Travel. Have you ever thought of doing a Bike and Barge trip, walking the famous Camino Trail, doing a cycle trip somewhere, or climbing Mt. Everest, but stopped yourself thinking you couldn’t do it? Now there is a plan to have you succeed and fulfill your dreams with the launch of Get Fit and Travel. Members of the community of all levels of fitness are invited to attend this event, especially those of you who want to achieve better health, love to travel and enjoy walking, biking, hiking, exploring, trekking, cycling, boating, yoga, or kayaking. Anytime Fitness and Vision Travel want to share with the community the opportunities available through active travel to achieve both your travel dreams and

your health goals at the same time. It is possible to achieve good health and fulfill and achieve travel dreams at the same time doing an enjoyable physical activity. The idea started last September when Yvonne Pelletier Paul escorted an inspiring group of people on a bike and boat holiday down the Danube River for eight days. The group of 57-71 year olds cycled an average of 45 km per day for a grand total of 230 km. “I was the youngest of the group and the least fit,” Pelletier Paul said. Some people were experienced cyclists, others were not and there was a variety of fitness levels. The group prepared for months before hand, starting with a 10 km group ride in May. “We worked our way up each week,” Pelletier Paul said. “Some people also did spin classes which were a big help and by the time September rolled around we were ready!” The group headed off to Germany, after a couple of days in

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Have you ever dreamed of doing a cycle trip through Europe or some other active travel adventure?

Munich, and boarded the vessel, home for the next eight days. They cycled through four different countries, little villages, country lanes, ancient cities, vineyards, stopping for lunch or wine tastings in quaint restaurants and learning about the history and culture of the places they cycled through from their fun

and knowledgeable guide Jurgen. Most of the group completed each and every ride, while others took a rest day here or there and relaxed on the river boat as it leisurely cruised down the river. “What I loved was I got to witness and be a part of transformation and the pride and feeling of accomplishment

Rochon from Ottawa, the sales manager of World Expeditions, a leader in Active Travel around the world. He will be doing a presentation on all different types of active holidays, some of which are great walks and treks of the world from walking through lavender fields to trekking Everest, worldwide cycling holidays from easy to Tour de France rides – guided or self-guided, Bike and Barge cruise holidays around the world, womens’ only travel and yoga travel. Pelletier Paul of Vision Travel, whose passion is travel and helping clients fulfill on their travel dreams will be launching two of her escorted Active holidays in Europe for 2018, giving lots of time to achieve the fitness level required for the trips. Lonnie Tkack and

his team at Anytime Fitness are partnering with Vision Travel to set members up with a program that will have them succeeding on their fitness goals so they can fulfill their travel dreams. Not everyone’s dream is to Get fit and Travel, however if you like to do anything active and want to stretch yourself to the next level and have fun doing so, then you will want to check out this event at Anytime Fitness Tuesday, Feb. 28 at 7 p.m. Set your sites on the active holiday of your choice, choose a fitness plan that will set you up to achieve it and then go travel and fulfill on your dreams. Contact Yvonne Pelletier Paul of Vision Travel for more details and to RSVP 250-2043332. Yvonne.PelletierPaul@visiontravel.ca

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What happens when a self-involved man-child becomes a new dad? Lucas Myers draws from personal experience to answer this burning question in his one-man show Hello Baby, being performed Feb. 25 at the Quadra Community Centre. A self-described “semi-competent father,” Myers filled this show with helpful hints for other dads and dadsto-be, such as “how to safely operate a belt sander and a breast pump on two hours sleep.” Sleep-deprived Myers even contemplates the big questions, like “Is your life as you know it really over?” He takes on the personae of an entire cast of eclectic characters and he features

his original tunes on ukulele, guitar, and miniature keyboard, including What If, Nobody Warned Me, Bout the Drool, and Making Love to a Pregnant Woman is Easy as Pie. You’ll laugh, you’ll find out what they don’t cover in prenatal class, and perhaps you’ll even be able to relate. This play is for anyone who is going to be a dad, is a dad, has a dad or knows a dad, though organizers would like to note that this show contains adult material, and may not be appropriate for all audience members. Myers is a professional actor, songwriter and playwright, who has appeared in many productions in major theatres across Canada, as well as touring internationally to Europe, New Zealand, Mexico and Central Asia. He has created theatre since his graduation from the National Theatre School in 1998. Working with Theatre SKAM in Victoria, he performed and composed music for

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Join in the fun at the Annual Members’ Exhibition at the Campbell River Art Gallery starting with the opening reception tonight (Friday, Fab. 17) from 6 to 9 p.m. The Members’ Exhibition is a popular benefit of being a member of the Campbell River Arts Council and Campbell River Art Gallery. The exhibition features local artists in the Campbell River Art Gallery’s Main

Lucas Myers draws from personal experience as a new dad in his one-man show, Hello Baby, being performed Feb. 25 at the Quadra Community Centre.

many original plays. His interests turned to collaborative creation in 2001, when he studied with the SITI Company of New York, and then returned to the West Coast to apply their techniques with like-

minded artists. Having now relocated to Nelson, B.C., Myers has dedicated his energy to creating a new work every year to be performed locally and toured to surrounding communities.

Gallery Exhibition Hall and TRACE Fundraiser in the Discovery Gallery. This is an un-juried exhibition with three Peer Awards to be given at the end of the exhibition. Live music, local artwork, art sale fundraiser, and open bar with local spirits. Bring your family and friends to celebrate arts and culture in Campbell River.

Gardeners Green Folk Club in Merville is hosting another house concert on Saturday, Feb. 25, featuring duo Martin Nolan and Terry Boyle.  Dublin-born Nolan is master of the uillean (small pipes and whistles), and has been part of the Irish traditional music scene for decades as well as playing Celtic progressive rock and jazz. Guitarist and singer Boyle is also from Dublin and has toured extensively in Europe and the U.S. and appeared on Irish radio and television.   Experience the raw fun and excitement of “the session” with the polish of these two well-travelled masters of Irish traditional music and song. Nolan and Boyle first played together in the thriving session scene

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in Dublin in the heady days of the Irish folk music revival of the 1970s, and since then their lives and musical paths have crossed on a few occasions, but never with enough time to develop a show. However, they’ve both found themselves on Vancouver Island with enough time for these musical friends to rekindle the flames that were first ignited back in Dublin many years ago. Tickets are $20 each and include hot drinks and a fingerfood buffet. As this is a concert in a private home, seating is limited. Tickets must be purchased in advance, either by e-transfer or in person. Just give them a ring at 250-3375337 for all the info. The club is a non-profit organisation, and all ticket sales go directly to the performers. 

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11-17.FMI 250-2879234 CR Senior’s Valentine’s Potluck with Entertainment: CR Senior’s Centre (inside CR Common Mall), from 4pm 6pm. Welcome to our members and their guests. SAT. FEBRUARY 18 Band of Rascals: Bringing genuine rock and roll back to ‘modern rock’, Victoria BC based Band of Rascals are becoming a strong presence within the Western Canadian music scene. Show runs from 7:309:30pm at the Tidemark Theatre. FMI 287-PINK

Sacred Harmony Band Performing Live Saturday, February 18th - 7 P.M.

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Campbell River Indoor Community Market: Family, fun, local! Support local small businesses and crafters. Nonprofit organizations may apply for free tables. Each market supports a different featured non-profit group for fundraising. 10am-2pm at the CR Common mall on Ironwood St. FMI 250204-2645 Sacred Harmony Band: Performing live 7pm at Discovery Community Church. Everyone welcome. Burger & Beer Night for Carihi Bands: Join us at the Eagles Hall for a Burger and Beer fundraiser to benefit Carihi’s bands. FMI Krista at 250.830.8304. Open to the public everyone welcome. FMI 830-8304 Giant Indoor Garage Sale: Campbell Rivers BIGGEST garage sale of the year is on again! Everything must go! Save time, and keep warm by doing your weekend

garage sale rounds in one place. Check out gently used household items, and enjoy a snack at the concession. Free to attend, Vendors $25 tables. 10am 1pm in the CR Community Centre gym, 401 11th Ave. FMI 286-5303

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Blaney talks travel ban and NAFTA or country of birth. “We just wanted to make sure that we could at least see some of those doors opened so that we could have discussions on whether or not we can help when people are being deported in the US,” she said. Another topic of discussion in the first sitting in 2017 was renegotiating NAFTA. “There is a lot at stake for Canadian workers,” Blaney said. And with President Trump in the mix she doesn’t know what is going to happen. For our riding she is especially concerned because the softwood lumber agreement has not been done yet, despite pressure from the NDP on the Liberals to make it happen. Blaney said through they negotiations they want to protect good paying Canadian jobs, promote exports and boost wages in order to narrow the income

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Crowds gathered at parliament while the representatives debated the U.S.’s travel and immigration ban on Jan. 31 and MP Rachel Blaney said the amount of public interest goes to show how important the issue is. “We stayed till midnight having a debate about this issue and what the impacts will be on not only on our country but on our relationship with the US,” Blaney said. Blaney continued that the reality is both Canada and the U.S. have strong screening systems to make sure that refugees that come here are going to be safe additions to the country. “What we wanted to talk about is what is Canada’s response and how are we going to stand up against this chill of intolerance that we are seeing,” she said. The last minute debate saw hundreds of people fill the galleries and stay until the end. “Even at midnight when we closed up there was still some people sitting there waiting with us because this is a discussion that is so important,” Blaney said. The proposal that they discussed had to do with pausing the third safe country

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The Big Snow: Mary Bryant’s First Year on Quadra Island JEANETTE TAYLOR SPECIAL TO THE MIRROR

Though the recent f re a k s n ow s t or m doesn’t happen often on the Island, Quadra Island’s first Englishspeaking woman settler was greeted with a snowstorm that by all accounts puts ours to shame back in 1890. Loneliness plagued most of the bachelors who settled on the Discovery Islands in the 1890s, when the EuroCanadian gender balance was about ten men to one woman. It wasn’t so bad in spring and summer, when  men  worked in logging camps to earn a grubstake. It was the short days of winter, working  alone to clear their land,  that wore them down. “Snowed a bit in night,” Campbell River settler Fred Nunns wrote in his diary. “Got out a few [fence] rails, drizzling

rain in afternoon. Feeling very lonely, tired of reading.” Jack Bryant of Quadra Island solved this problem by going home to England, after a twenty year absence. While there he married his cousin Mary Shepperd, who he’d last seen when he attended her christening—just before emigrating twenty-seven years before. The newlyweds arrived on Quadra Island in July 1889. Mary was greeted like a queen at a logging camp in Quathiaski Cove, as the island’s first English-speaking woman. From there, the loggers hauled her crates and trunks up the long forest trail to Jack’s homestead. Mary was newly pregnant that summer, canning berries, fish and venison on the cabin’s cast iron stove in readiness for winter. Those glittering jars of food were a blessing when the

snow began to fall on Christmas day and continued for weeks on end. By mid-January, just weeks before Mary’s due date, their house was buried in soft snow. Ro ofs had to b e shovelled daily, forming crenellated parapets around  settlers’ cabins and outbuildings. “The entire district was blocked with snow up to eight feet deep, with no possibility of getting in supplies for two months,” wrote a Comox Valley settler. Most people ran out of firewood and had to dig tunnels to get at their fence posts to keep their fires burning. “At last, after New Years,” wrote this man, “the wind went north, the sky cleared, and the heavy, damp snow froze to a depth of six inches.” This frozen crust allowed Jack and Mary to  get down the forest trail to Quathiaski Cove, where Jack dug his canoe

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Mary Bryant at her home on Quadra Island. During The Big Snow of 1890 the house was buried.

out from its shelter. It took the better part of that day to reach Comox, where they caught a southbound steamship to Nanaimo, just in time for the birth of their first child on January 26, 1890. Five weeks later, in the blast of a southeast storm  of driving snow, the couple returned home with their newborn–because Jack had livestock to tend and roofs to clear. The captain agreed to let them off at the WeWai-Kai people’s village,

where he blew the ship’s whistle  offshore and some men met them in a canoe. That night the Bryants stayed in a deserted trader’s cabin on the beach and the next morning Mary followed in Jack’s deep tracks up the steep hill to a friend’s homestead, where they stayed for two weeks, waiting for the weather to break. The snow f inally cleared in April 1890, the whole event is remembered as the The Big Snow.

The first of the Bryant’s children was carried home through deep snow in the winter of 1890.

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Before this incredible winter passes and is just a memory, I would like to Thank those neighbours who came over and helped me shovel snow. Cory, Monty and Ben and his son Sacha were there offering their help and it was heartwarming. Thanks again, Guys. – Carol W. What do you do when almost 3 ft. of snow falls and you are elderly, sick or otherwise not capable of clearing your walks and driveways yourself? That’s when local neighbourhood Heroes step in, and I want to express my deep appreciation for a man that we call “Mr. Bobcat Man” who has been doing random acts of kindness in the Galerno/Rockland neighbourhood. With his bobcat, he cleared the snow on my 100 ft. driveway as well as my 85-year old neighbour’s driveway, cleared the public sidewalks and then was later seen on Passage view, clearing the road. All this while, refusing to accept compensation, simply stating that it was “random acts of kindness day.” From all of us, Thank you Mr. Bobcat Man. It was a really tuff week for me with all the snow , my hubby was working away but thanks to a few people a stranger named Andy who offer to dig my driveway out to my neighbor that help me dig out the second time than my brother who came with his bobcat and cleared my driveway. Thank you for all the wonderful help. – Susan Stewart.

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was booked for a post surgical MRI on the Friday and kept hoping the street would get cleared but no luck.  Our neighbour Gordie stepped up and offered to get us there in his big 4X4. It was no easy task as we slid sideways down our Now that we’ve all weathered the snowstorm of 2017, the Mirror invited readroad, pushing ice, snow, ers to say thanks to those friends, neighbours and family members that picked and whatever just to get up a shovel to help dig them out of the snow. to the highway but he got us to the hospital and my appointment then picked us up and took us home.  It meant more than words can express.  Good neighbours are priceless. Thanks, Gord.....you’re our hero! Lee and Sophie Simmons were our local snow heroes. They helped three of their neighbours get their vehicles free of the cursed white stuff, and aided in making their walks safer for pedestrians. Lee and Sophie are two of my heroes. – Pete Cassidy. I am a single senior with COPD and a long driveway on Crawford Road. The snowfall we had in early December brought our my first hero – Tyler McFarlan who dug me out on three separate occasions. The recent snowfall produced my second hero, Nelson Christensen, a former neighbour, who plowed me out twice before he broke the winch on his quad. My next door neighbour Luger Robichaud also helped keep the snow cleared as well. Thank you all so very much!! – Lillian Aydon

We had our snow heroes arrive from the Salvation Army Church. A wonderful man and I w ou l d l i ke t o his teenage son shovelled acknowledge my snow our driveway to perfechero, Gordie Parker.  tion. They were relucWe’ve had more than our tant to take any money share of troubles over but we insisted so they the past year; I thought said they were donatit was coming to an end ing the money to the and then the snow came Church. We were very and came and came.  I thankful for their assis-

These kids on Engels Road shovelled a few driveways for people for free – helped out a few neighbours. Good Karma :) – Sarah Rose.

who have been so understanding with the fact that our business had to be closed for THREE DAYS last week, due to the fact that we were unable to get our car out of our driveway and get to work. Thank you so much for your understanding, and we can’t wait to get back to normal business this week! Melissa Burns – All we know is this gentleman’s name is Allen. He spent most of Saturday digging out our whole neighborhood. Huge thank you from everyone.

Please join me in raising your snow shovels for Superhero Neighbour Brian McCabe! He cleared our driveway not just one, two, or three times, but FOUR times! Thank you so much for helping me and the girls get in and out of our driveway safely. Best neighbours ever! – KarriAnne Pyne.

tance. – Lois & Ed Jarvis The snow heroes our neighbours the Hermans and also Abe who out of the goodness of their hearts snow ploughed our very long driveway in the midst of a huge snow storm. Thank you so very much. – The Medings I have two big heroes to thank. One is our neighbor, Trent Moren, who came by and made sure that our driveway was clear, and especially the end by the street before

I got home from work each night. I can’t thank him enough! The other is a lady, I’ve forgotten her name (starts with an L), who said she lives at the corner of Francis and Alder. She stopped on Thursday morning and helped to dig me out of the snow drift at the end of my driveway. I stuck solid on it. She shoveled and was just so positive and pleasant. I can’t thank her enough either! What a great city I live in! – Barbara L. Wyatt A special thank you to

my neighbor Janice who shoveled out my carport entrance several times, when the plow went by. So nice to have a good neighbor. Thank you. – June. The residents of Vista Bay Drive would like to thank Alan Edie who worked for hours to clear our street with his backhoe. Thumbs up Mr. Edie and thank you so much! – Christy Serendipity in the Mall – Our snow HEROS are our amazing customers

Ashley Evans – I’d have to say the snow plow driver on Friday night on Alpine Road. I didn’t get his name though...He stopped and grabbed his shovel from the cab of his truck and helped dig out a stuck car with the help of a few others. He was so cheerful and friendly. He must have been so busy and worked a long day by this point it was like 8 p.m.… so nice of him to get out and help! Sarah Yasinski – My snow angels are my neighbours and myself came together in our condo complex and dug cars out and cleaned up our driveway so cars could get out or emergency vehicles could get down. Sheri Drover – The staff at the Campbell

River Hospital who pulled together to pick each other up, arrange rides, clear each other’s vehicles, stayed late to fill in while we filled the holes for those who couldn’t get in! Amazing! A multitalented, bighearted group of people that pulled together to ensure we never missed a beat. Proud to work with them all. Bette Valentine – Our neighbour John, on the corner of Hemlock and Seaview streets in Sayward who dug us all out with his little tractor. Many thanks John for your kindness in helping us,it was much appreciated! Jodi Howden – My snow hero is my neighbor Jim. He’s a hard working truck driver but made time to get his snow blower out & cleared the side walk in front of mine & his place. Did my drive way, his & 2 other driveways across the street, thank you! Ta ny a Hu g h e s – Hamish and James spent many hours plowing and shovelling driveways and our Owen Place cul de sac so neighbours to get in and out to work and doctors appointments. Sara Elizabeth Plamondon – I’m not sure of his name but our neighbour on Varsity across from Cont. page 70

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with great great sadness sadness that that we we ItIt isis with announce the the passing passing of of Daniel Daniel announce “Dan� Arlin Arlin Ashdown Ashdown on on February February “Dan� 2017. 7,7,2017. Dan passed passed away away peacefully peacefully at at Dan home of of pancreatic pancreatic cancer. cancer. He He was was home surrounded by by his his loving loving wife wife Josie, Josie, surrounded daughter Natasha, Natasha, granddaughter granddaughter daughter Mia, sister sister Joanne Joanne and and parents parents Al Al Mia, and Nicole. Nicole. He He isis also also survived survived and by Josie’s Josie’s daughter daughter Desire, Desire, brother brother Steven Steven (Cynde), (Cynde), nephew nephew by Zachary,niece niece Taryn, Taryn,as as well well as as uncles, uncles,aunts aunts and and cousins. cousins. Zachary, In 1980, 1980,Dan Dan suffered suffered aa broken broken neck neck while while at at work work at at Elk Elk Falls Falls In Mill. With With courage courage and and persistence, persistence, he he continued continued to to live live life life Mill. to the the fullest fullest from from his his wheelchair. wheelchair.He He loved loved outdoor outdoor activities activities to from camping camping and and fishing fishing to to wheeling wheeling at at the the Spit. Spit. AA hockey hockey from (and most most sports) sports) fan, fan,he he was was passionate passionate about about music music and and his his (and ’68 Camaro. Camaro. He He was was most most demonstrative, demonstrative, though, though, of of his his love love ’68 for his his family family and and friends. friends. for

ItItisiswith withimmense immense sorrow sorrow that that we announcethe thepassing passing of of Lindagail Lindagail Anderson. announce Lindagailwill willbe be missed missed more more than words can say. Lindagail Shewill willbe beforever forever remembered remembered lovingly by her husband She Daniel,her herchildren children Sean Sean Roosen Roosen (Sylvie) and Nicole Daniel, Roosen,her hergrandchildren grandchildren Zoe Zoe and Sasha, her brothers Roosen, TerryMacKinnon MacKinnon (Judy) (Judy) and and Laurie Laurie MacKinnon, as well Terry numerousnieces nieces and and nephews. nephews. asasnumerous Lindagaildedicated dedicated her her life life to to always being Lindagail therefor forher herchildren children and and their their families. there /LQGDJDLODOZD\VSXWIDPLO\ˉUVWDQG Lindagail always put family first and herselfsecond. second.She She will will be be remembered remembered herself withmuch muchjoy joyby byall all of of her her friends friends and and colleagues, colleagues, with whom she had a gift for making feel special. whom she had a gift for making feel special.

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with heavy heavy hearts hearts and and ItIt isis with sadness we we have have to to announce announce sadness the passing passing of of another another great great the man who who walked walked and and rolled rolled man on this this earth. earth. Douglas Douglas Allen Allen on Hannem has has now now joined joined his his Hannem daughter Nicole Nicole Jean Jean Hannem Hannem daughter in Heaven. Heaven. Douglas Douglas passed passed in away on on February February 4,4, 2017 2017 at at 58 58 away years, in in his his home home in in Kelowna, Kelowna, years, BC with with his his wife wife Teresa Teresa by by his his side, side, whom whom he he adored adored and and loved loved BC so dearly; dearly; his his soulmate soulmate and and best best friend friend who who devoted devoted her her life life to to so making his his the the best best possible possible ever. ever. making Douglas fought fought aa long, long, hard hard battle battle for for so so many many years years and and still still Douglas showed that that infectious infectious smile, smile, courage, courage, strength, strength, optimism optimism and and showed most of of all, all, kept kept his his sense sense of of humour humour and and we we will will never never forget. forget. most Douglasleaves leavesbehind behindhis hiswife wifeTeresa, Teresa,Nelson Nelson(Del), (Del),Gerry Gerry(Marnie), (Marnie), Douglas Judy (Phillip), (Phillip),Corrine, Corrine,Barb, Barb,Sherri Sherri(Russ), (Russ),Karen Karen(Richard), (Richard), Audrey Audrey Judy (mother-in-law) and and numerous numerous nieces nieces and and nephews. nephews. (mother-in-law) 7RP\ORYH \RXDUHIUHH VRJRUXQQLQJGDQFLQJ ˉVKLQJORJJLQJ To my love, you are free, so go running, dancing,fishing logging and walking; walking; things things that that were were taken taken from from you you here, here, you you can can do do and all in in Heaven. Heaven. Until Until can can say, say,“I“I see see you, you,�� Rest Rest in in peace peace my my love. love. all Celebration of of Life Life will will be be held held at at Freddies Freddies Pub Pub on on March March 18, 18, AA Celebration 2017 from from 2:30-5:30pm. 2:30-5:30pm. 2017

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JU N1, E 1, 1942––February FE B RU AR� 3,3,2017 June 1942 2017 Keithgrew grewup upon onHardwicke HardwickeIsland, Island, Keith BC,aa member member of of aa pioneer pioneer logging logging BC, family. His His pride pride inin that that heritage heritage family. remained with with him him all all his his days. days. remained Keith was predeceased by Keith was predeceased by his parents parents Arthur Arthur and and Enda Enda his Bendickson, his his brother brother Bruce Bruce Bendickson, Bendickson and and his his brother-in-law brother-in-law Bendickson Dan Borgfjord. Borgfjord. He He isis missed missed and and Dan lovingly remembered remembered by by his his sisters sisters lovingly Linda Borgfjord Borgfjord and and Thelma Thelma Silkens, Silkens,brother-in-law brother-in-law Ed Ed Silkens, Silkens, Linda nephew Eric Eric Borgfjord, Borgfjord, niece niece Sarianna Sarianna Borgfjord, Borgfjord, aunt aunt Hazel, Hazel, nephew cousins and and friends. friends. cousins Keith lived lived and and worked worked at at Variety Variety Farm, Farm, Delta Delta BC BC and and Skeleem Skeleem Keith Village near near Duncan, Duncan, later later working working at at Lunch Lunch on on Clements Clements and and Village Providence Farm Farm inin Duncan, Duncan, but but Hardwicke Hardwicke was was always always his his Providence primaryhome. home.In In 2010 2010 he he moved moved to to Evergreen Evergreen Seniors Seniors Home Home inin primary Campbell River, River,where where he he made made many many friends. friends. Campbell Words can’t can’t express express our our gratitude gratitude to to the the wonderful wonderful Evergreen Evergreen Words staff for for the the excellent excellent care care and and love love Keith Keith experienced experienced inin the the staff last chapter chapter of of his his life. life. last Keith was was social, social, affectionate, affectionate, generous generous and and hard hard working. working. He He Keith loved music music and and dancing, dancing, adored adored small small children, children, was was aa keen keen loved gardener and and particularly particularly loved loved roses. roses. He He had had aa good good memory, memory, gardener enjoyed reminiscing reminiscing and and had had aa fascination fascination for for numbers numbers (such (such enjoyed as game game scores). scores). Being Being aa twin twin was was important important to to him him and and gave gave as him aa special special connection connection to to his his favourite favourite Canucks, Canucks, the the Sedins. Sedins. him Keithwas wasaaveteran veteranjigsaw jigsawpuzzler puzzlerand andever everaaloyal loyalCanucks Canucksfan. fan. Keith Remembrance tea tea for for Keith Keith at at 213 213 Erickson Erickson Road Road on on March March 4,4, Remembrance 2017,22 ––44 pm. pm. 2017,

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February 15, 1950 - February 5, 2017

It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of Pamela Louise Sieben. She was born to George and Joyce Johnson in Winnipeg, Manitoba on February 15, 1950. On Sunday, February 5, 2017, surrounded by loved ones, she lost her battle with cancer at the age of 66. She will be lovingly remembered by her husband of 42 years, Timothy Sieben, her children Beckey (Randy) Franke of Estevan, SK, Gavin (Trina) Sieben of Bienfait, SK and Teena Sieben of Campbell River, BC; 5 grandchildren Tory, Dezirae, Roark, Teanna, and Tayson, and 2 greatgrandchildren Noah and Colt as well as many extended family members and friends. Pam is survived by her mother Joyce Johnson, sisters Linda Mason and Heather Gonas, her brother Gene (Debbie) Johnson; sisters-in-law, Louise Bingham, Susan (Glen) Piotrofsky and Viola (John) Stewart, brother-in-law Kim (Joanne) Sieben along with many nephews and nieces. Pam is preceded by her father George Johnson, mother-inlaw Margaret Sieben, father-in-law Lawrence Sieben, sisterin-law Marilyn Sieben, brothers-in-law Daniel Sieben and Dean Mason. Pam’s passion for dogs (her home was never without one), gardening, quilting and sewing was shared with love when she spent time with her children and taught her grandchildren how to sew not just blankets but a garden as well‌ baking with grandma is also a special memory she shared with her grandchildren. She enjoyed the outdoors with her family at Kenosee Lake; many great memories were made there. She loved the women she met in her various quilting circles. After her retirement from Enbridge Pipelines she spent a lot of her time volunteering at her church, the Four Seasons, in Kenosee Lake‌she even got talked into calling BINGO on Wednesday evenings while living at the lake. She had great goodness and had the courage to share it with those around her. Funeral will be held on April 28, 2017 at St. John the Baptist Parish at 10:30am in Estevan, Saskatchewan. In life we loved you dearly In death we do the same It broke our hearts to lose you You did not go alone For part of us went with you The day God called you home You left us beautiful memories Your love is still our guide And though we cannot see you You are always at our side ,QOLHXRIà RZHUVSOHDVHVHQGDQ\GRQDWLRQVWRWKH066RFLHW\

SIMONNE MARY RAMM It is with very sad hearts, we announce the passing of Simonne Ramm. She left us peacefully, at the age of 89, with family by her side. Simonne was born in St. Bonifce, MB on February 28, 1927. She is survived by 5 children: Gary (Louise) Ramm, Janice (Rick) Elliott, Ron (Darlene) Ramm, Cindy (Lonny) Charchuk and Terry Ramm as well as 15 grandchildren, 17 great-grandchildren and 3 great-greatgrandchildren. Simonne was predeceased, just 4 short months ago by her lifelong love and husband of 69 years, Arthur Ramm. She is also predeceased by one son, Gordon Ramm, in 2010, as well as all her siblings – 2 sisters and 3 brothers. Simonne was a Full Time Domestic Engineer. She did work for a couple years at Woolco when very young, but once she and Art were married in 1947, her love and her heart were in the home. She loved cooking. Among her favorite well-loved things to make were her “Cabbage Rollsâ€? and her “Mothers Favorite Cookiesâ€?. Her other loves were camping, Eagles on Wheels and playing Bingo‌ The family would like to thank Dr. Mecken, Dr. Vanderveen, and Dr. Ness as well as the 2nd floor hospital nursing staff for their compassion and care of our Mom during her illness. We would also like to thank New Horizons and Ironwood Place for all their attention and help. She, and her cooking, will be sadly missed by all who knew her.Thank you everyone for all your love, support and prayers during this difficult time. A Celebration of Life will be announced and held at a later date. In lieu of flowers, please feel free to make a donation in Simonne’s name to The Alzheimer’s Society.

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GENERAL Accounting Position (Part Time) Logging company in Campbell River area requires an experienced accounting and office clerk to fill a newly created part time position. Applicants should be proficient in cost accounting, production accounting, accounts payable, payroll, preparation of financial statements and project accounting. The position requires a candidate with good computer skills who possesses experience in Adagio GL and AP, as well as proficiency in MS Word, Outlook, and Excel. The successful candidate will have good written and verbal communications skills. Remuneration will be commensurate with qualifications and experience. Some flexible work schedules are a possible option. Please reply in confidence to forestemployment@gmail.com.

As of February 17, 2017 In accordance with the Warehouse Lien Act, contents being stored in the following storage units located at Willow Mini Storage will be sold by public sale or auction unless all charges are paid in full by the Tenant on or before March 3, 2017. Unit 2 Unit B2 Unit 35C Jessica Atkinson William (Rick) Bryla Lisa Attfield $436.00 $289.00 $383.50 The sale will be held on or after March 3, 2017 at 1840 Willow Street, Campbell River, BC

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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

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College Drive spent hours shovelling out the corner so people wouldn’t get stuck trying to turn the corner! Hero! Tim Morley – My snow hero is all the people in our cul de sac that got together and shovelled the entire road so people could make it up the hill to their homes while the city utterly failed during the last snowfall...thank you to all the people of Doe Place...I have the best neighbours. Sherrill Stone – My hero is Merv Watkins who plowed our street Shoreline Drive plus personal driveways , at least

three times during the “snow week”! Thank you Shelly Bridge – My snow hero is my son Jeremy who lives in Alberta he was concerned that I could not get out of my house with my car, he called his friend Tanner Holmes to see if he could help me Tanner offered to come shovel me out but I said no a 50’ driveway can’t be done by hand so he called a friend who lived in my area and this friend called Mr Lihou who lived a couple blocks from me he came up with his machine and cleared a path for me to get out as I had been stuck for four days he also brought two of his buddies to help I was so

grateful to all that helped me, I also have to thank glen and Pam Vanhorne and Jessie Drover for helping me shovel the driveway wider for the motorhome I bought to fit it in the driveway I know the town of Campbell River was all frustrated with mother natures wrath but in the end we all survived it by the kindness of others Kim Brown – My Dad, Glen Van Horne. Dad plowed (by hand) nu m e ro u s f r i e n d s , neighbours and people in need’s driveways over and over again during the crazy CR snowfall of February 2017. Dad, YOU’RE amazing!

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 *Catching this sailing does not guarantee space on the 6:45 pm sailing from Quadra to Cortes.

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Martina Hilbrecht – We can always count on Five Star to dig out the residents in the community of Oyster Bay. The plow comes down the hi way and blocks off everyone’s entrances with snow and Five Star clears the way out for us. A big Shout Out and Thank you to Five Star Maureen Ritter – The guy on the Kubota on Heather Road in Black Creek! He rocked it non stop..... :) Linda Moore – The ‘hot chocolate’ ladies who stopped all along Alder to offer shovelers a treat. Lifted spirits while we lifted snow.

Susan Argast – Thanks to Colin and Georgina our personal snow elves. My snow heroes are my Arnason Road neighbours who twice helped dig out my car as I tried to get in and out of my house going to work and other places. In addition, I got stuck a third time entering my street at 12:30 a.m. returning from dropping a family member off to work. But that’s when two guys passing by in a big red pickup stopped and one guy pulled out a shovel and dug me out again. Thanks to all for the assistance. Awesome neighbourhood. – Alistair Taylor.

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250.287.7226 • 1790 D Tamarac St. QuadRa island - CoRtes island MONDAY TO FRIDAY SCHEDULE Leave Quadra Island (Heriot Bay) 9:05 am Daily except Dec 25 & Jan 1 11:05 am Daily except Tue are (DC) 1:05 pm 3:05 om 5:05 pm 6:45 pm

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.

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

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