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Coast Discovery Inn to re-open after labour dispute resolved NEIL CAMERON COURIER-ISLANDER
Carihi grad Masters following Pepper’s trail Carihi Secondary grad Malcolm Masters looks up to his fellow Riverite actor Barry Peppers. Page 3
Resident wants law to prevent feeding eagles Two eagles have been entering people’s yards and a local woman says it’s because some people are feeding them . Page 10
Campbell River’s Coast Discovery Inn will re-open Monday May 12. Campbell River’s downtown hotel closed its doors March 7 after a labour dispute. General Manager/Owner Sukhy Bains confirmed Thursday that all 35 employees would be coming back with the same pay scale, wages and benefits. Bains also confirmed the hotel would re-open its restaurant on June 1. He said the hotel would be undergoing many renovations in preparation for the upcoming season. Bains, whose hotel has helped many local charities, including the Rod Brind’Amour Cystic Fibrosis Golf Tournament and was the weekly meeting venue for the Noon Rotary Club of Campbell River, said it has been a difficult time but the future looks bright. “I want to thank our community, our guests and our clients for your patience during our recent closure,” he said. “Your support over the years has meant so much to me and to
The Coast Hotel will re-open Monday and renovated guest rooms and a restaurant are coming soon. (Photo by Neil Cameron)
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TimberWest booting campers, anglers out No trespass signs up from Sooke to Gold River NEIL CAMERON COURIER-ISLANDER
TimberWest has posted no trespassing notices on Vancouver Island locations long-used as recreational sites by residents and tourists alike. TimberWest owns large swaths of land from Sooke to Gold River on the Island and recently posted signs at sites and on logging roads warning people to stay out or face the consequences. Sue Handel, Manager of Communications for TimberWest, said the company posted the signs and notices on its land, not on recreational sites. “TimberWest has posted ‘no-camping’ signs in locations on its private forest lands that aren’t, and never were, officially designated for recreational use,” she wrote in response to a Courier-Islander inquiry. “We do however recognize there is a demand for camping in the area and, starting this summer, have formally designated a supervised 10-site campground at Willington Point on Upper Quinsam Lake. Reservation information is available at www.timberwest.com. There is a 14-
A notice posted at Fry Lake. night maximum stay.” On its website the company gives further reasons for the signage. “As a private land owner it is in TimberWest’s interest to manage access to its lands. TimberWest manages access to its private managed forest lands for a number of reasons including concern for public safety, protection of assets, to mitigate liability, to reduce the risk of vandalism, and to mitigate the risk of wildfire. TimberWest says it pays
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Campbell River’s Malcolm Masters on the rise said the special effects are very lifelike and it is easy to feel ill when you are looking at bulging eyeballs and blood flowing everywhere. He continues to audition for parts on the series that is shot at the old Riverview Hospital in Port Coquitlam, and in the meantime he is busy with other ‘gigs’. He played Heinrich von Plauen in the documentary miniseries Battle Castle and
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He’s not a doctor, a patient, a tree climber or even an angel, but he plays them on TV. Carihi Secondary grad Malcolm Masters is well on his way to living his dream and making it to Hollywood. Born and raised in Campbell River, Masters set his sights on drama when he was at Pinecrest Elementary, and then at Robron Middle School. “I think the last time I was in here,” he said of the Courier-Islander, was when I was delivering the paper.” Masters moved to Vancouver after he graduated in 2007. After three years at Capilano College, where the drama students do four major performances each year, he was “discovered” by a local agent while playing John Procter, the tragic hero in The Crucible. From there Masters was
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The Campbell River Hospital Foundation will once again be allowed to keep a scrap metal bin at the city’s Dogwood Operations facility as part of their Scrap Metal Challenge. In two years the Scrap Metal Challenge has raised $36,000 for the foundation, said CRHF Event Manager Patti Mertz at council. Mertz also said the foundation expects those totals to climb with the addition of junk
cars into the donation mix. ABC recycling and Coastland Towing and Transport are the main event sponsors. The public is also invited to join in, dropping off their scrap metal in a bin provided by a local business or at ABC Recycling. By donating your scrap metal, either from your home or business, you will be helping your community raise money for the Campbell River Hospital Foundation and vital health equipment.
There were smiles all around at McHappy Day at McDonald’s Wednesday. From left are Leslie Coates of the Campbell River Hospital Foundation, Mary and Jens Rolinski, owners/operators of McDonald’s, and City Councillor Andy Adams who helped serve up coffee and raise money for Ronald McDonald House and the CRHF. (Photo by Neil Cameron)
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Masters looks up to fellow Riverite actor Barry Peppers Continued from page 3 When he is not healing people, killing people, or falling out of trees in the buff, Masters likes to come home to Campbell River where his mom Lily, dad Rob and grandmother Wilma Masters keep the home fires burning. His grandmother is well-known for all her years of volunteering at the Campbell River Food
Masters said he admires Canadian actors who have found success, particularly Barry Pepper who also hails from Campbell River, recently playing Robert Kennedy in the Kennedy Miniseries that aired last year, and Kim Coates from Sons of Anarchy. “I hope to be able to network with my fellow Canadian actors
Bank. Masters has a sister in Victoria and three step brothers, None have caught the acting bug. “The money is very good when you get those gigs,” said Masters. “The first things I bought with my first big cheque were a 50 inch TV and a 1961 Gibson guitar. But really, I am still in the peanut gallery when it comes to making the big money.”
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at some point as my dream is, of course, to act in major motion pictures in Hollywood,” he said. Masters is working on a web series set to come out in August called “Goons”, a comedy that follows “the typical guy who gets beaten up in a show and then you never see again.” So far Masters is enjoying just about everything there is to
enjoy about his job. “You never know what you are going to be doing one day to the next,” said Masters, “which is the thing I love about what I do. It’s fresh, and I get a kick out of it. What is not so great is when you are between jobs and waiting for work, but you just have to keep moving forward.”
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Resident wants law against feeding eagles SIAN THOMSON COURIER-ISLANDER
It’s not well-fed pigeons that Lisa Schofield is worried about, it’s the eagles who are being fed by people in residential areas. And that is not boding well for cats, people, or the birds themselves. Schofield wants the city bylaw changed so that it is also illegal to feed the larger scavenger and predatory birds, and not just
pigeons. She has been trying to get this done since 2010. “I would like to petition the City of Campbell River to pass a new bylaw to prevent the feeding of eagles and other wildlife within the city limits, especially in residential neighbourhoods,” said Schofield in a letter to then-Mayor Charlie Cornfield back in 2010. “I have come into your offices and spoken to the bylaw officer about the current laws and there is only
one that prohibits the feeding of pigeons. If it is because of the mess that they make, please picture what it is like to have hundreds of much larger scavenger and predatory birds defecating on our new home, yard items, and vehicles.” Since moving into her new home in Ocean Grove, Schofield has witnessed residents feeding eagles that then come into local yards and show no fear of people. Her nine year old Siamese cat, Leo, went missing on Jan. 15, 2010, and in her efforts to find him, she met neighbours who said they felt threatened and terrorized by two eagles in particular, and not only
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for their pets but for their children as well. “Several of them told me that they have been over to the tree where the eagle nest is and their stories were all consist- Two eagles that think nothing of coming into local yards. ent,” said Schofield. “There are pet collars, she said. “I ran out in my slipa stuffed dog, a teddy bear and a pers, flailing my arms about and baby’s shoe under that nest on yelling between tears, straight the ground.” through this flock to an eagle Schofield said that the day after eating what looked like our cat. her cat went missing, she noticed All the other birds scattered but a huge flock of seagulls and the eagle stood his ground with crows flying around her house. the death grip on his half-eaten “I got up to take a look what was feast. Thankfully it was not our going on and there was a feeding Leo but something a person had frenzy across from our house,” fed them just minutes before. These two eagles have been trained to come to our yards for food, not to the ocean where they should be hunting naturally.’ Mayor Walter Jakeway responded to Schofield’s renewed concern in light of Courier-Islander coverage of recent, suspected cat killings. “I can understand (Schofield’s) concern and frustration,” he said. “I have never seen eagles being Now fed by humans in Campbell River. In-Stock! It seems like a waste of time. We live right next to a very busy eagle tree at Rotary Beach and the birds seem to do quite well catching their own food. We also suspect that we lost our little cat “Gus” to an eagle in 2004.” While Jakeway doesn’t disagree with trying to keep people from feeding wild birds, he said he has trouble enacting bylaws that he knows will never get enforced. “To deceive taxpayers into thinking that local government will perform a function, knowing full well that it will never happen is dishonest,” he said. “The city has trouble (long delays) enforcing public nuisance and dilapidated building laws and recently it has struggled with parking enforcement. Monitoring and controlling the feeding of birds could be even more awkward. The city of Campbell Enter ou r River does not have the capacity Jewellery Box to enforce most bylaws in a Draw timely manner.”
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‘This land is their land, this land is their land’ No more Mr. Nice Guy? Is that what it’s about? TimberWest has recently posted some pretty straightforward notices at many locations on their private managed forest lands on Vancouver Island. ‘No Trespassing’ sums it up pretty well. The sites are of course used by various members of the general public, from families, to anglers, to recreationalists. It has been a long-held tradition that these lands have been used for camping, boating and fishing. Now, however, TimberWest has had enough, it seems. The notice that was posted at a local lake campsite was clear: “Please be advised that you are
camped on private property and considered in trespass. We request that you remove your camping units within 14 days, commencing May 1. Those in non-compliance after May 14 will be removed with no further notification.” It is not sure how extensive these postings are, but Sue Handel, Manager of Communications for TimberWest, said the company “has posted ‘no-camping’ signs in locations on its private forest lands that aren’t, and never were, officially designated for recreational use.” That could be a lot of signs. The company can’t be blamed in some circumstances for keeping the public out of some of their lands. The first concern is
safety and fire hazards. TimberWest pays over $500,000 each year in fire suppression costs. Another concern is the morons who go to the sites and leave behind mounds of garbage which the company then has to deal with. For the most part, those using the sites are responsible families and individuals who know the first rule of camping — leave the site cleaner than how you found it. The steps by TimberWest come at a time when the camping season is just heating up. They own vast areas of land from Sooke to Gold River, that could be putting a severe demand on available camp sites, even though in
responding to the no trespass signs, Handel said TimberWest has for the first time provided a 10-site supervised campground at Willington Point on Upper Quinsam Lake. And they’re taking reservations as of now. Generous. These closures will have a devastating affect on tourism. But the truth is that the company has the right to manage access to their lands. And there’s nothing anyone can do about it, except find another camping spot if you’re lucky. Or wait until the provincial government allows TimberWest to turn the forest lands into subdivisions and you can buy back a piece of your Vancouver Island.
» Reader Feedback // Letters: email@example.com Seniors have earned better respect than this Re: Editorial in the Friday May 2 Courier-Islander. I, as a over-the-hill senior, as is my wife, both read this pitiful treatment of the thousands of us who have worked all our lives, paid the “taxes” and paid the price that kept this country moving ahead and now we cannot even get a meeting place in Campbell River to call our own, where we can meet and congregate and socialize. This is a sad reflection of what society thinks of us it seems. The theme in this article as usual returns to what benefits the “businesses” of this town could reap if we seniors had a place, in town to call our own. What else is new? The council has reluctantly agreed that we should have such a place, how big hearted of them. FINALLY. It is damn time that Campbell River and any other town who has not accommodated us seniors with places to meet do so. We have earned that right. So just maybe this newspaper can push our council and all others to get off their collective duffs and find/ build us deserving seniors a place of our own. We have earned it. K. Collins Campbell River
Campbell River has done it once again Campbell River you’ve done it again. On April 30 and May 1 we asked you to show your hearts and your generosity was outstanding, helping us to raise $40,000 at the Sixth Annual Variety Children’s Radiothon. You have always been great cham-
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pions of Variety and we cannot begin to tell you how grateful we are for your continued support. The funds raised will stay in your community to help local families with children who have special needs — children who need mobility equipment such as adapted tricycles and wheelchair lift systems; emergency transportation to out-of-community hospitals for specialized care; van conversions to accom-
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Chances are you’ll take a Mexican vacation next fall. Chances are you’ll find yourself on a sandy beach overlooking the Gulf, slurping back a Margarita as you work on your tan. Chances are you’ll notice a pudgy guy in sunglasses and Bermuda shorts doing the same thing in a chaise lounge next to you. Chances are that’ll be Ian Thow. You remember him — the guy who, as an ‘investment adviser’ in Victoria, bilked at least 20 clients — senior citizens, mostly — out of their life savings — eight million
FRIDAY, MAY 9, 2014 dollars that we know about — while he lived high on the hog, in a fivestar condo with a private plane at his disposal, enjoying all the perks that go with having millions of other peoples’ dollars in your pocket. Yeah, well. The Canadian Justice system caught up with Mister Thow and came down on him with both boots. He was tried, convicted and sentenced to nine years in the slammer back in 2010. Less than three years later, the Parole Board of Canada has decided that Mister Thow has suffered enough. The board has okayed a one week Mexican vacation for Mis-
ter Thow next October. But he’ll be watched by guards, right? The Mexican constabulary will keep him under tabs? He’ll wear an ankle monitor at least? Nah. That would be too...intrusive. A spokesman for the board notes that Mister Thow ‘has made a commitment to living pro-socially’. Whatever that means. As for the possibility that after his fun in the sun, Thow might just decide to, you know, not...board the Air Canada flight back home? “The Correctional Services and the parole officer are of the opinion that that is not a likelihood.” Ah, well. That’s alright then. Besides, it’s not as if Thow
Email your submissions to email@example.com take direction from a supervisor then they do not deserve a job that pays a good wage for not needing a high education. As far as the supervisor getting a pink slip, she got hers the same day you got yours, we all did. Tired of the BS in the workplace from those who want a happy, friendly, environment. Not afraid of posting my name unlike the other two writers. Debbie A camper full of thorns to TimberWest. We use a campsite or actually a clearing on a lake which has been used for about 45 years. We learned this from some of the oldtimers who go there to launch their boats, belly boats, canoes and fish for the day or weekend. The campsite is always left much better than we find it, as winter weekend parties leave litter all over the place. One year we even loaded a pick-up truck full of garbage. Anyway my point is that we were told by a TimberWest employee that they might close this site down, maybe half way through summer or at the end of summer, for logging and adding more sites. Well on May 1 we arrived at the site to find what I consider a nasty notice. Nothing about logging or more sites, just ‘you’re trespassing.’ Does this arrogant company own the land or just
the timber rights? We believe that if the notice was explaining the situation better we would not be as upset as we are. I have a suspicion that TimberWest employees will be on that site, probably by the long weekend. On the TimberWest website I found that gates and signs are up from Sooke to Gold River. Where do we go? Thanks TimberWest (NOT). A PO’d Taxpayer
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own recognizance last month — not even three years later. Then there’s the case of William Footman, a 55-year-old bank robber who was finally captured earlier this year. Footman was a busy thief. He hit 37 banks in New York before they finally took him down. Mind you he didn’t exactly rob the banks. He didn’t take any money at all. He swiped their front door mats. “I sell them to bodegas,” explained Footman. “Their floors get wet.” Mister Footman is awaiting sentencing as I write. Betcha he does more time than Ian Thow and Earl Jones combined.
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Roses&Thorns I find it necessary to let the public know that the housekeeping supervisor at the Campbell River Hospital is not going around the hallways swearing and yelling at her employees. If these people witnessing all these outbursts and writing the thorns in the paper are so concerned, why are they not going straight to the department manager, the site director, or security. The reason is, it is a inside job, this is a group of disgruntled housekeepers, who have concocted these stories and maybe have their buddies in the public sending them in. Some arrive at work armed with the thorns and roses article with photocopies to pass out, so they are definitely aware when it will be in the paper. A lot of the wording they are using is just not known to the general public, like policies, and job titles, clothing, all kinds of clothes are worn, I have seen doctors in shorts and flip-flops, even a kilt, jeans, professional people in VIHA do not have a dress code. Since they also know about the bullying and fowl language they should also know about the Respectful Workplace Policy. Most of the other employees can pretty much figure out the several other housekeepers that are involved, these people should get over it and do the job they are paid to do. If they can’t
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It’s an idea that’s used various business promotions, so why not with a municipality. The Canadian Taxpayers Federation believes local governments should be actively recruiting corporate sponsorships for publicly provided facilities and services. Campbell River City Manager Andy Laidlaw says this is a good idea when used appropriately. “In larger communities, corporate sponsorship can provide financial benefits to local government while providing branding opportunities for business,” Laidlaw says. “These are often the naming of recreation facilities such as arenas or pools. Many arenas in Canada have score clocks and perimeter boards and other facilities branded.” In smaller communities where businesses are often smaller or franchise operations, it’s more difficult. “In these municipalities, local governments are reticent to compete with the many local volunteer community organizations for limited sponsorship funds,” said Laidlaw. “Sports, cultural, and environmental organizations all seek local sponsorship from their business community.” So what would it be like if the city actually started competing for funding that would otherwise go to a non-profit organization? “The idea contradicts the underlying philosophy of local government support for community or volunteer organizations,” said Laidlaw. And, with limited opportun-
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ities to gain corporate interest, “branding” or sponsorship must offer business something of value — at the very least community goodwill or name recognition, added Laidlaw. But it still is not as simple as it may seem. “Local government staff are hired for professional expertise in providing community services, and navigating the complex matrix of the marketing business is typically out of our realm,” Laidlaw said. “Further, it’s not clear which corporate logo the public would be willing to accept on, say, emergency or civic vehicles. In the extreme, imagine civic employees wearing sponsorship clothing like a NASCAR driver promoting corporate interests.” And then there is always the question of taste and morals. What if Sportsplex worker uniforms were sponsored by a condom company? There are all sorts of pit falls
that have to be navigated. And Laidlaw agrees. He said corporate sponsorships must also be carefully considered to minimize the chance of aligning the local government with a business or activity that members of the public might object to. While looking for corporate sponsorships is viable for local governments to consider, Laidlaw summed it up: “We must be aware of the public’s acceptance for branding of taxpayer resources with corporate logos and do our best not to compete with community organizations who also seek sponsorship support.” Current examples of local sponsorship are: · Splash Park · Lacrosse Box · Nunns Creek Ball Diamonds · Recreation programs — multiple local businesses contribute supplies, food, etc. firstname.lastname@example.org
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As an owner of a corporation, you have several innovative strategies available to help you reduce or defer corporate income tax and enhance your income in retirement. Individual Pension Plan (IPP) An IPP is an employersponsored registered pension plan that enables you to make potentially higher taxdeductible contributions compared to your Registered Retirement Savings Plan (RSP). Your corporation claims the tax deductions, as opposed to an RSP, where you claim them personally. You can also make tax-deductible contributions for past service or to “top up” your IPP. IPPs are ideal for self-employed incorporated business owners or professionals aged 40-71 who earn at least $127,611 annually. Unlike a regular pension plan, an IPP is usually established for just one person, although a spouse employed by the same company can also be a plan member in some cases. While offering several key advantages, there are some considerations with an IPP. First, it essentially replaces your RSP, rather than supplementing it. There are also addi-
tional administrative requirements, including an actuarial valuation every three years. Retirement compensation arrangement (RCA) Often referred to as the “super-sized pension”, an RCA is a non-registered plan set up by your company to provide benefits when you retire. An RCA is designed to reduce the “pension gap” that high-income executives and business owners face due to contribution caps on regular registered retirement plans. Because of these caps, high-income earners are often unable to contribute enough to ensure they receive an adequate retirement income, considered by many financial planners to be 70% of pre-retirement income. An RCA can help you overcome this shortfall. With an RCA, your company makes 100% taxdeductible contributions, and you don’t pay personal taxes until you start receiving payments from the RCA after you retire. This article appears in the RBC Dominion Securities guidebook, Family Wealth Management – Ten Strategies to Build and Protect Your Family’s Wealth. Please contact Scott at (250) 2872393 for a complimentary copy.
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his year marks the 10th year for the Great Strides Walk in Canada and Campbell River has supported all 10. This year the 3 km walk will begin at Penfield School with registration at 10:30 and the walk starting at 11 a.m. The walk will be followed by a barbecue thanks to the generosity of local Dairy Queen owner Jim Costain and his fellow Kinsmen who will help out. Other major sponsors include Marine Harvest, Boston Pizza, Quinsman Coal, Capacity Forest Products and Thrifty Foods. Media sponsors are 97.3 Eagle FM and the CourierIslander newspaper. Joining the walk for the first time will be two and a half year old Maysa Milligan, who has cystic fibrosis, and her family. “I am so grateful for all the funds being raised to help find a cure for cystic fibrosis,” said Sarah Milligan, Maysa’s mother. “I have so much hope that Maysa will live a full life thanks to people who support events like the Great Strides Walk. “ While at this time there is no cure for cystic fibrosis there is hope that a cure will be found soon. Each week in Canada, two chil-
Back, from left, Al Buxton, president CR Kinsmen Club, Jim Costain, DQ owner and Ellen Graham (Maysa’s aunt). Front from left, Sarah Milligan, Maysa’s mother, Maysa, bother Levi and sister Zoe. dren are diagnosed and one person dies from this disease. The funds raised from the Great Strides Walk support vital research and clinical care. You can help Maysa and other children and young people who have cystic fibrosis by attending the event or sponsoring some-
one who is walking. Register online at www.cysticfibrosis. ca/greatstrides/ or come to Penfield School Sunday May 25 at 11 a.m. and join the fun. For more information contact Chris Black at 250-923-4992.
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Ready, Set, Learn and Welcome to Kindergarten are open house events hosted at district elementary schools to help preschoolers and parents transition into school. Ready, Set, Learn events are open to children from 3 years of age to 5. Welcome to Kindergarten events are intended for children entering kindergarten in September. Please call your local school to con¿rm your attendance or for speci¿c times. For more information, please contact: Rhona Soutar, Director of Instruction at (250) 830.2328
Cedar • May 12 at 1 p.m. • June 5 at 1 p.m.
(250) 287.8335 Ready, Set, Learn! Welcome to Kindergarten
Discovery Passage • May 27 at 12:30 p.m.
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École des Deux Mondes • May 9 at 1:30 p.m. • May 13 at 1 p.m.
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Ripple Rock • May 14 at 12:30 p.m.
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Sandowne (250) 923.4248 * Ready, Set, Learn events being held on multiple dates. Call the school for info. Sayward • May 14 at 12:45 p.m.
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If your school is not listed above it is because their Ready, Set, Learn or Welcome to Kindergarten events have already taken place.
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18 || CAMPBELL RIVER COURIER-ISLANDER || FRIDAY, MAY 9, 2014 CLARIFICATION The following are clarifications from a story published May 7 in the Courier-Islander. Leona Adams and her group are not banding all the 1,000 geese that are estimated to be in the estuary, only
some of them. Also, the Campbell River Environmental Committee did not put the ‘carex’ in the estuary but is protecting it. Adams advocacy for the 9.5 acre site as mistakenly reported is for the 3.5 acre site only.
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Adams has long argued that the Quinsam Coal mine continually exceeds water quality guidelines, not waste permit standards. Adams was reported as saying that Quinsam Coal effluent threatens aquatic life in the Quinsam and Campbell Rivers. In fact, Adams PRESENTED BY COURTENAY
BYLAW NO. 194 – QUADRA ISLAND ZONING BYLAW, 1990, Amendment No. 107 Date of Public Hearing:
May 22, 2014
Location of Public Hearing: Quadra Island Community Centre 970 West Road Quathiaski Cove, BC Public Hearing for Bylaw No. 194 will commence at: 7:00 p.m. BYLAW NO. 194 Area affected by proposed Bylaw No. 194: The subject area is described as Lot 2, District Lot 217, Sayward District, Plan 31540; Lot 1, District Lot 217, Sayward District, Plan 31540, except Part in Plan 44965; and Lot A, District Lot 217, Sayward District, Plan 44965.
R. Hotsenpiller, Chief Administrative Ofﬁcer Inquiries should be directed to: John Neill, Planner Strathcona Regional District 301 – 990 Cedar Street, Campbell River BC V9W 7Z8 Tel: 250-830-6700 | 1-877-830-2990 | Fax: 250-830-6710 Web: www.strathconard.ca | Email: email@example.com
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Copies of the proposed bylaw and related information are available for inspection at the Strathcona Regional District Customer Service Centre, located at #102 – 990 Cedar Street, Campbell River, between the hours of 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m., Monday to Friday, from May 9, 2014 until 12:00 noon on Thursday, May 22, 2014, excluding statutory holidays. The bylaw and associated staff report may also be viewed on the Strathcona Regional District website at www.strathconard.ca.
Written submissions from persons who are unable to attend the public hearing may be delivered by hand or electronically (planning@ strathconard.ca) to the Regional District ofﬁce no later than 12:00 noon on May 22, 2014 to be considered as part of the public hearing record. The Strathcona Regional District cannot consider any representations made after the close of the public hearing.
independent scientific evidence for all industry is a threat to the environment. Adams did not believe the plans for the construction of Walmart could be modified and still believes it should not have been built and as of today still does not belong in the estuary.
Purpose of proposed Bylaw No. 194: In general terms the bylaw, if adopted, would rezone the subject area from Rural One (RU-1) to a newly created Institutional Two (P-2) zone to permit private educational institutional use consisting of the following principal uses: conference facility, research laboratory, data processing centre, administrative ofﬁces, and dormitory use. The proposed new P-2 zone contains regulations related to such matters as the number of buildings per lot, overall lot coverage, occupancy levels for conference attendance and dormitory use. Additionally, the proposed bylaw, if adopted, will introduce deﬁnitions in the zoning bylaw for the terms ‘conference facility’, ‘data processing centre’ and ‘research facility’.
The public hearing will be held by a delegation of Electoral Area directors representing the Strathcona Regional District Board. Anyone who believes their interests are affected by the proposed bylaw will be given an opportunity to be heard or to ﬁle a written submission at the public hearing.
said that she has no proof that this is true. “It is not proven that Quinsam Coal effluent threatens fish and other aquatic life in the Quinsam and Campbell rivers,” said Adams. “Governments lack of monitoring and their discounting of proven
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Andrews mines more Danish gold Former Tyee win his ﬁfth Danish Elite League playoff championship playing with SonderjyskE KEN ZAHARIA COURIER-ISLANDER
Another dramatic game seven win, another Danish Elite League championship, and a fifth gold helmet to go on Campbell River’s Daryl Andrews burgeoning trophy case. Playing in this seven season with SonderjyskE, Andrews, 37, collected an assist in a 4-2 game seven victory over Herning Blue Fox in the Danish Elite League (DEL) championship series. Last season SonderjyskE also won a DEL title in a game seven win against Fredrickshavn. Andrews said it was a tough series against Herning, especially trying to create any offence. “Our team lost the first two games, as Herning plays a very defensive system,” said Andrews, who was a New Jersey Devils seventh round pick in the 1996 NHL Entry Draft and played five seasons in the American Hockey League before heading over the Atlantic to ply his blueline skills in Europe. “It was hard to create offence, we changed a few things, and came back and won three in a row before losing game six. In the final game we scored all four goals during the second period.” This championship was special for Andrews and his SonderjyskE teammates coming in front of the hometown fans. “It was great to win at home, in our new arena that opened three years ago,” said Andrews who played Tyees rep hockey in Campbell River through to second year peewee. In his first year as a bantam aged player he went
Sporting a golden smile, Daryl Andrews dones what is his fifth gold helmet following SonderjyskE’s seventh game victory in the Danish championship series. on to the then Notre Dame College in Saskatchewan (it is now named the Athol Murray College of Notre Dame). “Everyone in Southern Denmark was following the game on TV, as the arena only holds 5,000 and it sold out in under 30 minutes.” For Andrews, who finished his 14th year in pro hockey, this was his fifth (2006, 09, 10,
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13, 14) Danish championship with SonderjyskE. And with the title comes another gold helmet which each winning player receives. It’s a Scandinavian hockey tradition, they also do it in Sweden, Norway and Finland. Andrews said playing for SonderjyskE for seven seasons, and winning five DEL titles along the way, is some-
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thing he never would have though to have happened when he first went to play in Europe in the 2004-05 season in England for the Sheffield Steelers. “I never imagined playing for the same team (SonderjyskE ) for so many seasons, it’s been a great experience,” said Andrews who is back home in Canada in Calgary.
Andrews is excited looking forward to see what next season brings, “After 14 seasons playing I am not ready to retire,” said 6’2” 205 lb. defenceman. “My body feels great, I’ve been lucky to have never had a serious injury. I’m not sure yet as to what I’m going to do next season, but the plan is to play another season in Europe.”
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Back Yard Adventure
Remember when you were James Durand a little kid playing in the My Spin On backyard. That tree became a Your Ride castle, the big cardboard box became a fort, and figuring out how to climb up on the roof of the house was a whole day project. We found adventure in what ever we had at our disposal and had loads of fun doing it. As we grew we all ventured off our block, into the next town or maybe around the world. The adventures expanded and the experiences were enhanced along the way. But do we ever forget the simplicity of those early days and making the best of what we had? When it comes to mountain biking, once we’ve ridden for a while, we can all get bored of our local trails and wish we had more riding, more variety and more adventure. Well, if we take a slightly different approach to our riding, we do have those things. A couple guys I know through the shop headed out last week to explore the back roads and some of the local lakes. It ended up being 138 km of mountain biking in one day. A great experience that was very different than the norm. This coming Saturday another couple guys have decided to ride every trail in the Snowden Forest. That’s 100 km of technical single track in one day...a huge challenge and a great way to change the feel of trails they’ve ridden hundreds of times. Now you don’t have to commit to massive distances to add a bit of adventure to your regular rides. Just switch it up a bit. Start from a different parking lot than normal and the ride will have a new feel, ride your favourite trails backwards once in a while and you’ll barely recognize them, or take out some new riders and show them some good ride loops; you’ll see them differently yourself next time you ride. We don’t all have the time to travel to the more famous riding locations around the world, but we are very, very lucky to have such amazing riding in our backyard. If we take the time to look at the scenery a bit, change up the ride style a little or set some small challenges, the adventure will come back into your riding before you know it. I’m James Durand and I’m Goin’ Ridin’.
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The local roller derby season begins this Saturday, May 10 at the Comox Valley Sports Centre. A doubleheader event hosted by the Brick House Betties will debut the Betties’ junior derby team, the Stone Cold Stellas, made up of young skaters ages 12-17. In their first public game, the Stone Cold Stellas will take on the Candy Crushers, Nanaimo’s junior derby team. Junior derby players start out playing with positional blocking only, but these skaters have advanced to play a contact game. The Stellas are coached by two of the Betties’ veteran skaters, Wright Krazy and Icesis. “Sometimes coaching the juniors is like herding cats,” said coach Icesis, “but the light bulb has gone on for them lately. I’m really excited to see our juniors play.” The Brick House Betties will dish out hits, 70s-style, in the second game of the night against Nanaimo’s Brass Knuckle Derby Dames. This “Dy-No-Mite Family Night” will feature performances by Ready for action Saturday, May 10, the Stone Cold Stellas (Brick House Betties Junior QUEST drum line at half times, roller derby team) are coached by Wright Krazy (top left) and Icesis (bottom right). face painting, and a bouncy (Photo by John Bonner, www.bonnerphotography.com) castle. Doors open at 5 p.m., CVSC on Saturday, June 7 (19+ a raffle, and 50/50 draws. junior game starts at 6, tickets only). Join them on Facebook or The Brick House Betties’ only available at the door only (cash), other home event this season will visit www.brickhousebetties.com a concession will be open, and be another doubleheader at the there will be merchandise tables, for more info.
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It’s a rare sight to see one or maybe two deuces on your scorecard, but how about three! That’s what Ann Vogt did in Storey Creek Ladies Club play Tuesday, April 29. Vogt holed out her birdie putts on the par three holes No. 3, 5 and 13 at Storey Creek. Despite the triple birdie day, Vogt didn’t top play, that was carded by Faye Dahoy with an 85. Julia Free and Linda Hayes tied for second.
Low net went to Jacquie Tarasoff with a 71, followed by Brenda Kelly in second, Nanette Manson and Liza Hadfield tied for third. Last Thursday, May 1, the game was Substitute Par (you can substitute your worst hole with a par). Mary Jane Kerr finished first with a 39, Cathy McCartney was runner-up. There was a tie, at 31 each, for low net between Bernice Melissa and Nancy Curley. Angela Lee was third, Julie Brown was fourth.
Sunday’s play was a Triple Play Fun Day Partner Tournament. Kerr and Sandy Anderson finished first, Jacquie Tarasoff and Patty Bueckert second, Betty Campbell and Trish Piercy third, Free and Hadfield fourth. Thursday, May 29, is the next date for the ever popular Storey Creek Ladies Guest Night which is a scramble format. Call the Pro Shop at 250-923-3673 to sign up as a group or as an individual. The sponsors will be Epicure and Miki’s Sesame Sushi.
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OPEN Check out some BC Lions at HOUSES this weekend’s Spring Camp Weekend FOOTBALL
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There’s going to be some Lions in Campbell River this weekend. BC Lions that is. The Campbell River Eagles and Timberline Wolves are co-hosting their annual Spring Tackle Football Camp Saturday and Sunday at, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. each day at Timberline Secondary School. The camp features a couple of
Sequoia results The game was golfers delight in Sequoia Springs Ladies Club play Tuesday, April 29. Grace Schmidt ended up winning with a score of 53, Claire Brown was runnerup at 55, Pat Stasiuk and Karen Todoruk tied for third at 58 each. Schmidt won the KP on No. 3. This past Tuesday the game of the day was T’s and F’s . Winner with 35.5 was Stasiuk, Arlene Robinson was second with a 37 and Marilyn Liebel was third with 38. Robinson had the KP on No. 14.
Lions players, Korey Williams and Whitman Tomusiak, as guest coaches. Other coaches include former Riverite Karim Maher (VI Raiders Defensive Co-ordinator), Brian Ridgeway (VI Raiders Head Coach, former Montreal Alouette), Hayden Mebs, Dylan Shrott and Quinton Bowles (VI Raider Players). There are still spaces available come down early - 9 a.m. - to get geared to have the opportunity to get some high quality football coaching. Cost is $50 and includes a camp jersey and use of equipment. Players must provide their own cleats. Both Lions players (Williams and Tomusiak) will be at
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DEALER INVOICE PRICE INCLUDES $862 IN PRICE ADJUSTMENTSΩ, FEES (UP TO $499), DELIVERY AND DESTINATION.
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The Hyundai names, logos, product names, feature names, images and slogans are trademarks owned by Hyundai Auto Canada Corp. †Finance offer available O.A.C. from Hyundai Financial Services based on a new 2014 Elantra L 6-Speed Manual/Elantra GT L 6-Speed Manual/Santa Fe Sport 2.4L FWD with an annual finance rate of 0%/0.9%/0.9% for 96 months. Bi-weekly payments are $79/$96/$136. $0 down payment required. Cost of Borrowing is $0/$711/$1,009. Finance offer includes Delivery and Destination of $1,595/$1,595/$1,795, fees, levies, and all applicable charges (excluding HST). Finance offer excludes registration, insurance, PPSA and license fees. Delivery and Destination charge includes freight, P.D.E. and a full tank of gas. ‡Dealer Invoice Price of 2014 Elantra L 6-Speed Manual/Elantra GT L 6-Speed Manual/Santa Fe Sport 2.4L FWD are $16,397/$19,182/$27,278. Prices include price adjustments of $1,197/$862/$1,316 and includes Delivery and Destination of $1,595/$1,595/$1,795, fees, levies, and all applicable charges (excluding HST). Finance offer excludes registration, insurance, PPSA and license fees. The customer prices are those reflected on the dealer invoice from Hyundai Auto Canada Corp. The dealer invoice price includes a holdback amount for which the dealer is subsequently reimbursed by Hyundai Auto Canada Corp. ΩPrice adjustments are calculated against the vehicle’s starting price. Price adjustments of up to $1,197/$862/$1,316 available on in stock 2014 Elantra L 6-Speed Manual/Elantra GT L 6-Speed Manual/Santa Fe Sport 2.4L FWD. Price adjustments applied before taxes. Offer cannot be combined or used in conjunction with any other available offers. Offer is non-transferable and cannot be assigned. No vehicle trade-in required. ʕPrice of models shown (with Price Adjustments): 2014 Elantra Limited/Elantra GT SE Tech 6-Speed Automatic/Santa Fe 2.0T Limited AWD are $23,799/$26,727/$38,448. Prices include Price Adjustments of $1,445/$1,667/$2,446, Delivery and Destination charges of $1,595/$1,595/$1,795 fees, levies, and all applicable charges (excluding HST). Prices exclude registration, insurance, PPSA and license fees. ʈFuel consumption for new 2014 Elantra L Manual (HWY 5.3L/100KM; City 7.6.L/100KM); 2014 Elantra GT L Manual (HWY 5.8L/100KM; City 8.5L/100KM); 2014 Santa Fe Sport 2.4L FWD (HWY 7.3L/100KM; City10.2.L/100KM) are based on Manufacturer Testing. Actual fuel efficiency may vary based on driving conditions and the addition of certain vehicle accessories. Fuel economy figures are used for comparison purposes only. †‡ΩʕOffers available for a limited time. Dealer may sell for less. Dealer order may be required. Visit www.hyundaicanada.com or see dealer for complete details. The SiriusXMTM name is a registered trademark of SiriusXM Satellite Radio Inc. All other trademarks and trade names are those of their respective owners. ††Hyundai’s Comprehensive Limited Warranty coverage covers most vehicle components against defects in workmanship under normal use and maintenance conditions. TM
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ON NOW AT YOUR BC GMC DEALERS. BCGMCDEALERS.CA 1-800-GM-DRIVE. GMC is a brand of General Motors of Canada.* Offers apply to the lease of a new or demonstrator 2014 GMC Sierra 1500 Double Cab 4x4 (1SA/G80/B30), 2014 GMC Terrain FWD (3SA), 2014 GMC Acadia FWD (3SA). Freight ($1,695/$1,600/$1,600) and PDI included. License, insurance, registration, PPSA, administration fees and taxes not included. Dealers are free to set indi]idual prices. Offers apply to XualiÄed retail customers in BC GMC Dealer MarReting Association area only. Dealer order or trade may be reXuired. * The Automoti]e 1ournalists Association of Canada (A1AC) comprises professional Qournalists, writers and photographers specialiaing in cars and trucRs. They pro]ide unbiased opinions of new ]ehicles to help consumers maRe better purchases that are right for them. For more information ]isit www.aQac.ca. E 2014 Sierra 1500 with the a]ailable 5.3L EcoTec3 V8 engine eXuipped with a 6-speed automatic transmission has a fuel-consumption rating of 13.0L/100 Rm city and 8.L/100 Rm hwy 2WD and 13.3L/100 Rm city and 9.0L/100 Rm hwy 4WD. Fuel consumption based on GM testing in accordance with appro]ed Transport Canada test methods. Your actual fuel consumption may ]ary. Competiti]e fuel consumption ratings based on Natural Resources Canada»s 2013 Fuel Consumption Guide for WardsAuto.com 2013 Large PicRup segment and latest a]ailable information at the time of posting. **When eXuipped with a]ailable 6.2L EcoTec3 V8 engine. Comparison based on wardsauto.com 2013 Large Light-Duty PicRup segment and latest competiti]e data a]ailable. Excludes other GM ]ehicles. Comparison based on wardsauto.com 2013 Large PicRup segment and latest competiti]e data a]ailable. Excludes other GM ]ehicles. Whiche]er comes Ärst. See dealer for conditions and limited warranty details.ÆÆ Offer ]alid from April 1, 2014 to 1une 2, 2014 (the ¸Program Period¹) to retail customers resident in Canada who own or are currently leasing a 1999 or newer eligible ]ehicle that has been registered and insured in Canada in the customer»s name for the pre]ious consecuti]e six months, will recei]e a $50 Spring Bonus credit towards the lease, purchase or Änance of an eligible new 2013/2014 GMC model deli]ered during the Program Period. Retail customers resident in Canada who own or are currently leasing a 1999 or newer eligible picRup trucR that has been registered and insured in Canada in the customer»s name for the pre]ious consecuti]e six months, will recei]e a $1000 Spring Bonus credit towards the lease or Änance of an eligible 2013/2014 GMC Sierra" or a $2000 Spring Bonus credit towards the cash purchase of an eligible 2013/2014 GMC Sierra. Only one (1) credit may be applied per eligible vehicle sale. Offer is transferable to a family member living in the same household (proof of address required). This offer may not be redeemed for cash and may not be combined with certain other consumer incentives available on GM vehicles. The $50/$1,000/$2000 credit includes /ST/GST/PST as applicable by province. As part of the transaction, dealer will request current vehicle registration and/or insurance to prove ownership for the previous consecutive six months. GMCL reserves the right to amend or terminate this offer, in whole or in part, at any time without prior notice. Void where prohibited by law. Additional conditions and limitations apply. See your GM dealer for details.Æ 0 /0 /0 for 36/48/24 month lease available on 2014 Sierra 1500 Double Cab/2014 Terrain/2014 Acadia. 0.9 for 48 month lease available on 2014 Acadia. Sample lease payments based on 36-month lease of 2014 Sierra Double Cab 4x4 (1SA/G80/B30) on approved credit by GM Financial. Tax, license, insurance, registration, applicable provincial fees, and optional equipment extra. Annual Rilometre limit of 20,000 Rm, $0.16 per excess Rilometre. Monthly payments may vary depending on down payment/trade. Example! Sierra Double Cab 4x4 (1SA/G80/B30) including Freight and Air Tax is $30,488 at 0 APR, $1,425 Down payment, Bi-WeeRly payment is $139 for 36 months. Total obligation is $12,299 plus applicable taxes. Option to purchase at lease end is $18,189. 0 Purchase Änancing offered on approved credit by RBC Royal BanR/TD Auto Financing/ ScotiabanR for 48/2/2 months on new or demonstrator 2014 Sierra 1500/2014 Terrain/2014 Acadia. Example! $10,000 at 0 APR, the monthly payment is $208 for 48 months. Cost of borrowing is $0, total obligation is $10,000. Offer is unconditionally interest-free. $4,250 manufacturer to dealer delivery credit has been applied to the purchase, Änance and lease offers of 2014 Sierra 1500 Double/Crew Cabs, and is applicable to retail customers only. $500 pacRage credits for non-PDU models. Other credits available on select Sierra models. Offer ends 1une 2, 2014. Retail and basic Åeet customers who purchase or lease an eligible GMC delivered from dealer stocR between March 1, 2014 and 1une 2, 2014 will receive one 40 savings per litre fuel card (fuel savings card) upon payment of an additional $.01. Cards valid as of 2 hours after delivery. Fuel savings card valid for 800 litres of fuel purchased from participating Petro-Canada retail locations (and other approved North Atlantic Petroleum locations in Newfoundland) and not redeemable for cash except where required by law. GM is not responsible for cards that are lost, stolen or damaged. GM reserves the right to amend or terminate this offer and/or the program for any reason in whole or in part at any time without notice. Petro-Canada is a Suncor Energy business TrademarR of Suncor Energy Inc. Used under license. Cards are property of Suncor Energy. To protect your card balance, register online at www.petro-canada.ca/preferred today. The 2-Year Scheduled Lube-Oil-Filter Maintenance Program provides eligible customers in Canada, who have purchased, leased or Änanced a new eligible 2014 MY Sierra with an ACDelco oil and Älter change, in accordance with the oil life monitoring system and the Owner»s Manual, for 2 years or 40,000 2Ms, whichever occurs Ärst, with a limit of four (4) Lube-Oil-Filter services in total, performed at participating GM Dealers. Fluid top offs, inspections, tire rotations, wheel alignments and balancing, etc. are not covered. This offer may not be redeemed for cash and may not be combined with certain other consumer incentives available on GM vehicles. General Motors of Canada Limited reserves the right to amend or terminate this offer, in whole or in part, at any time without prior notice. Additional conditions and limitations apply. See dealer for details. EE The Best Buy Seal is a registered trademarR of Consumers Digest Communications, LLC, used under license.Æ* Cargo and load capacity limited by weight and distribution. Comparison based on 2013 Wards segmentation! Large/Cross Utility Vehicles and latest competitive data available. Excludes other GM vehicles.
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Two teams from the Campbell River Synchronized Swim Club took part in Regionals, last month, in Vancouver. The Recreation team Star 1 & 2 of Owl Mulholland, Caleb Haugen, Sarah Haugen, Anna Haugen and Sydney McInnes took fourth place in the Recreational Division. In individual figures Caleb Haugen was 10th, Sydney McInnes 14th, Anna Haugen 15th, Owl Mulholland 18th and Sarah Haugen 19th. The Provincial Stream Team Level 3 of Megan Hancock, Anna Pehrsson, Devon
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FRIDAY, MAY 9, 2014
Strathcona Nordics want to help your garden grow COURIER-ISLANDER
The Strathcona Nordics youth and teen racing teams would like to give a boost to your flower garden and lawn. They are selling bags of SkyRocket (a biosolids fertilizer from the Regional District with guaranteed amazing results) in Campbell River this Friday, May 9 and Saturday, May 10. The Nordics say, “At just $5/30 litre bag, this is a great opportunity to help your garden and to help the club’s young racers
at the same time!” You can drive up to the Shar-Kare parking lot at 950 Ironwood Road in Campbell River and they’ll load the bags into your car or truck for you this Friday, from 3-6 p.m. and Saturday, from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. (or until supplies last). The Nordics would like to thank to Shar-Kare for their generous support. All proceeds go to support Strathcona Nordics Devo and Junior Racing teams. Visit StrathconaNordics.com to learn more about the club.
COMMUNITY UPDATE MAY 9, 2014
Thinking of installing a secondary suite?
301 St. Ann’s Road Campbell River, BC V9W 4C7 Telephone: 250-286-5700 email@example.com www.campbellriver.ca
Do you have enough room for required parking spaces? In addition to the two spaces required for the main house, one more parking space must be provided for a secondary suite. Are you in the correct zone for a secondary suite? Only certain zones in the City permit secondary suites. If your property is not located in a zone that permits secondary suites, you will need to seek approval from the City to change it. Do you have a building permit? Apply at the City for a building permit to ensure that a secondary suite is constructed to meet health and safety requirements of the BC Building Code. Does your site require a development permit due to steep slopes, streams or eagle trees? Check the City’s Official Community Plan on the website, or visit us at City Hall to find out.
QUESTIONS? The Land Use Services Department can help you through this process. Please contact us at 250-286-5726 or visit us at City Hall.
It’s time to get fit to a new beat! Sign up now for Drums Alive – a fun new fitness class provided by the City of Campbell River Recreation & Culture Department at the Sportsplex. Drums Alive participants hammer out a rhythm on fitness balls and work out with dance movements. “The choreography is designed to enhance physical and mental fitness, to burn fat and above all, to have fun,” says program coordinator Linda Kubinec.
“Drums Alive fits every age group and level of fitness, and it combines all the benefits of a traditional physical fitness program with the positive combined effects to the brain of music and rhythm.” The first class is free and runs Saturday, May 10 from 1 to 2 p.m. at the Sportsplex. Bring along a 55-centimetre fitness ball. Classes will continue May 17 and 31 and June 7, 21, 28 for five sessions. Pre-registration is
required for the free class and the five sessions. The cost of the five-session program is $64. For more information, please call the Community Centre, 250-286-1161, or the Sportsplex, 250-923-7911.
NATURAL GAS FIREPLACES ENERGY EFFICIENT PHONE 250-286-0718
Just Gas Ltd. “THE GAS EXPERTS” 151 DOGWOOD, CAMPBELL RIVER
Residential Curbside Recycling is EXPANDING
If you live in Campbell River and currently take part in residential curbside Blue Box recycling, your options expand on May 19. Here’s what you need to know about the change:
What happens on May 19? Non-profit organization Multi-Material BC (MMBC) will assume responsibility for managing residential packaging and printed paper recycling in Campbell River and other communities across BC. For more information and a list of items that can now go in your Blue Box visit: www.campbellriver.ca/city-services/garbage-recycling-yard-waste
Recycling Depots – CAMPBELL RIVER There are changes to local recycling depots too. Here’s an overview of changes starting May 19:
Campbell River Waste Management Centre, Argonaut Rd.
• Will expand to accept new materials including plastic foam packaging (i.e. Styrofoam), plastic bags/film wrap, glass
Did you know there are more than 85 km of bicycle routes throughout Campbell River? They come in all shapes and sizes, from multi-use pathways (such as the ERT and the Sea Walk) to paved shoulders (such as Highway 19A) to local bikeways (such as Murphy Street and Galerno Road). Watch for “Bike Route” signs and bicycle pavement markings.
Sportsplex / Strathcona Gardens Recycling Depots
• Will continue to be drop-off location for cardboard, hard plastics, and metal containers. • Will not be expanding to take new types of items
Island Return-It Centre, Willow St. and Suncoast Eco Depot, Maple St.
• Will continue to offer refunds for refundable items. • Will expand to offer packaging and printed paper recycling.
For up-to-date information on local depots visit www.cswm.ca/depots
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If a secondary suite was constructed without a permit, now what? To make an existing secondary suite legal, the property must be zoned appropriately and a building permit issued. The zone makes the secondary suite a permitted use, and the building permit ensures the suite meets the minimum safety standards for secondary suites as required by the 2012 BC Building Code. Protect your interests: Not having a building permit, or correct zoning for secondary suites may have implications for home insurance.
• You can now include NEW items in your Blue Box such as milk cartons, aerosol cans, spiral wound containers (for frozen juice, cookie dough, etc.), hot and cold drink cups (cardboard and plastic), plastic plant pots and trays • As before, no glass should go into your Blue Box but it can be brought to depots • There will be no change to your curbside recycling pick up schedule, day, or contractor
There are size restrictions for a secondary suite. • Secondary suites can be no larger than 90 square metres (approximately 970 square feet)
• Secondary suites can have a maximum of two bedrooms
New Drums Alive ﬁtness class
If you live in Campbell River
Before you set up a rental suite with separate cooking, sleeping and bathroom facilities inside your house or on your property, consider this:
• Secondary suites can be no larger than 40% of the main house
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Careful, Not So High!
E FENC TS H HEIG
Before you start building your fence, remember there are regulations that affect height. These are intended to help create “good neighbour relations”. Residential front yard maximum fence heights are generally 1.2m (4 ft.) and side and rear yards are 1.8m (6 ft.). Come in to City Hall and talk with the Land Use Services staff about additional height information. You can call us at 250-286-5726 or check out the City website at www.campbellriver.ca/planning-building-development.
28 || CAMPBELL RIVER COURIER-ISLANDER || FRIDAY, MAY 9, 2014 Willow Point Store
Oyster River Store
2273 South Island Highway Campbell River, B.C. V9W 1C4
2207 Glenmore Road Campbell River, B.C. V9W 3S4 (at Oyster River Bridge)
Back Attached. $4.39 kg
CANADA AA GRADE
EYE OF THE ROUND ROASTS
Boneless. $9.90 kg
2 PORK BACK RIBS $ 49 4 $ 99 $ 2/ 9 lb $ 99
PORK SHOULDER ROASTS
Assorted. 375 g Pkg.
Fresh From Our Deli! CEDARVALLE
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GREEN SEEDLESS GRAPES
WHITE, SESAME or 100% WHOLE WHEAT BREAD 510 g Loaf
2/ 5 $
CRUSTINI or SAUSAGE BUNS 6-8’s
ORGANIC COFFEE Roasted In Coombs Assorted. 400 g Bag
Medium, Aged, Marble or Mozza. BIG 1.35 kg Brick
LA GRILLE BBQ SAUCE
Assorted. 473 ml Bottle
PUNCH BEVERAGES Assorted. 295 ml Ctn.
BABY WHITE POTATOES $2.84 kg
“NEW CROP” $5.05 kg
PANINI WHITE or WHOLE WHEAT FLAT BREADS 4 Pkg.
BISTRO EXPRESS RICE Assorted. 250 g Pkg.
CITRUS ICED TEA 1 L Jug
BITS & BITES SNACK MIX
Assorted. 175 g Pkg.
227 g Tin
905 g Box. 750 ml Bottle
3.6 L Bottle
Assorted. 490-600 g Box
ULTRA LIQUID HARVEST CRUNCH BLEACH CEREAL
DAN D PAK
SALTED or PANCAKE MIX UNSALTED CASHEWS or SYRUP
1 ORGANIC BUNCH CARROTS $ 29 2 ¢ $ 29 1 ea $ 49
Assorted. 900 ml Ctn.
NON DAIRY CREAMERS
Assorted. 946 ml Bottle
ASSORTED LEMONADES 946 ml Bottle
Assorted. 398 ml Tin
RESTAURANTE TORTILLA CHIPS Assorted. 250-320 g Bag
LARGE BROWN EGGS 1 Dozen
CITRUS or TROPICAL JUICE BEVERAGE 1.75 L Ctn.
CLASSIC ICE TREATS Assorted. 1.66 L Ctn.
SUMMER HOURS Open 7 Days a Week 8:00 a.m. – 9 p.m. Prices Effective May 11 - May 17, 2014 • VISIT OUR WEBSITE www.discoveryfoods.ca Some limits may apply. Taxes, deposit and recycle fees where applicable.
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