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14 || CAMPBELL RIVER COURIER-ISLANDER || WEDNESDAY, MAY 21, 2014 HEALTH

Rotary marches those dimes to good use COURIER-ISLANDER

The Rotary Clubs of Campbell River recently presented $11,296 to the Campbell River Hospital Foundation. These funds are the proceeds from the March for Children this past December and will help purchase an Infant Stabilette for the Maternity Department. On average, 400 babies are born in the Campbell River Hospital each year and an infant Stabilette is present at each birth. This equipment is used to perform a baby’s first exam and health care measurements. The Stabilette also functions as a neonatal crash cart in the event there are complications after birth. The

Correction Notice Please note the following correction to the Kia Canada newspaper insert advertising which is planned to arrive in your local newspaper between May 12 to 31, 2014. The advertised price for the 2014 Rondo included a 6-speed automatic transmission in error. The correct feature is a 6-speed manual transmission. Please note that the disclaimer below the offer indicated that the price is based on 2014 Rondo LX MT (RN551E)

cost of a Stabilette is $25,000. There are two Rotary Clubs in Campbell River; the Rotary Club of Campbell River and the Rotary Club of Campbell River Daybreak. The main objective of Rotary is service — in the community, in the workplace, and throughout the world. Throughout their history, Campbell River Rotarians have continuously adopted the theme that Rotarians are committed to “putting something back into the community.” This has resulted in millions of dollars and tens of thousands of volunteer hours into projects for the citizens of Campbell River. The March for Children takes place in December on the last Saturday before Christmas, often on the coldest, wettest day. The March is a project shared between the two Camp-

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Back from left are Rotary Club of Campbell River members Mark DeGagne, Francois Egan, David Heath and Lorrie Bewza. In front are Debbie Arkwright, Clinical Coordinator, CRH Maternity Department and Stacey Marsh, CRHF Executive Director and Rotary Club of Campbell River Daybreak member.

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ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION NOTICE Application for a Permit Amendment Under The Provisions of the Environmental Management Act We, Brown’s Bay Packing Company Ltd, 15007 Brown Bay Road, Campbell River, BC, V9H 1N9, intend to submit this amendment application to the Director to amend Permit PE-8124, issued February 16, 1989, which authorizes the discharge of effluent from a fish processing plant. The land upon which the facility is situated is Lot DL1655 (Crown File 1404327), DL1664 (Crown file 14030960), DL1692 (Crown file 1409121), and DL1693 (Crown file 1409124) Sayward District. The amendment requests that the following conditions be changed: 1.The permitted daily discharge rate be increased from 28 m3/d to 600 m3/d 2.The domestic sewage works described in the permit be changed from two septic tans to a single 23 m3 tank to reflect the installation 3.The outfall termination location described in the permit be changed from 30m from and 15m below mean low water to 100m and 25m below low water to reflect the installation BBPC acknowledges that a major permit amendment will also require that the permit be brought up to current standards, which will increase the effluent monitoring, environmental monitoring and reporting requirements. Any person who may be adversely affected by the proposed amendment and wishes to provide relevant information may, within 30 days after the last day of posting, publishing, service or display, send written comments to the applicant, with a copy to the Regional Manager, Environmental Protection at 2080-A Labieux Road, Nanaimo, BC V9T 6J9. The identity of any respondents and the contents of anything submitted in relation to this application will become part of the public record. Dated this 13th Day of May, 2014. Contact Person: Todd Massé Telephone No.: 250-202-0289

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it began in the 1950s. You can support the doctors, nurses and other key members of your local health care team, and help ensure that you and

your loved ones continue to receive first-class health care right here at home by donating on line at www.crhospitalfoudnation.ca.

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