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Wednesday, Oct. 23, 2013

Downtown construction frustrating for some ferry users By Sian Thomson Campbell River Courier-Islander

BC Ferry fares for Campbell River to Quadra Island return trip are $22.15 for a vehicle without the driver, $9.45 for an adult and $4.75 for children. If you are driving to work every day from Quadra Island that can add up fast which is why some Quadra Islanders prefer to leave a vehicle on the Campbell River side. That is now easier said that done.

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The Quadra Island ferry is dwarfed by a cruise ship. Some Quadra residents say construction in downtown Campbell River has virtually removed their parking options. Mike Richmond from Quadra Island is disabled and walking for long distances is not easy, and made worse when the weather is bad. “I used to park at the Longhouse and in the Banners (restaurant) lot but that is not available anymore,” he said. “There is no parking in the marina lot next to the ferry and no parking at the ferry landing itself. What are we supposed to do? “There is no parking like there used to be before all the construction. It is very hard to find a space to park your car when you need one on this side to go to work, for instance.” Transportation Manager for the City of Campbell River, Drew Hadfield, said that the city does not provide parking for BC Ferries users. “There are some public parking lots downtown and some private lots so perhaps people who need to park close can contact the owners

of the private lots and work something out,” he said. “The marina parking is owned by the Pallan Group who sets the rules there. Tyee Plaza parking is owned privately. There is nothing public located near the terminal. The Community Centre is public parking.” Deborah Marshall, Executive Director of Public Affairs for BC Ferries said she checked into Richmond’s concerns about lack of parking at the Campbell River terminal. “Our property at this location has a very limited footprint for the holding compound with the ocean on one side and the highway on the other,” she said. “Unfortunately, we don’t have additional space for customer parking. We regret that we are not able to provide parking for customers to leave their vehicles at the terminal. We don’t have the space.” sthomson@courierislander.com

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Timberline class unveiling 365 Days of Kindness Calendar By Sian Thomson Campbell River Courier-Islander The Timberline Secondary School business class wants to make Campbell River the kindest place on earth. The 365 Days of Kindness Calendar has been produced by the Timberline business class to raise money to purchase two infant resuscitators for the Campbell River Hospital. There are two version of the calendar, and both are filled with activities, recipes, events, and coupons that promote kindness. “We have created and will be selling two calendars that are full of random acts of kindPhoto by Sian Thomson ness ideas,” said teacher Diana Camerin. “One Timberline’s kindness ambassadors want you to know there are 365 ways to celebrate kindness. Students are, from left, Christine Baker, calendar is an interactive project for children Chris Askey, Phirawat Khamphee, Samuel Zenon Rausell Ramirez, Paige Derouin, Greg Mear, Drake Kowbel, Tyler Cowan, Aaron Bennett aged 11 and under. The other calendar is for and Nicholas Hansen. youth, adults and businesses wishing to take part in what we expect will be an amazing invited elementary schools, Mayor Walter Kindness calendars are $10 and will be availbusiness class would welcome offers from year. The proceeds from the sale of the calJakeway, MLA Claire Trevena, MP John able for purchase on Nov. 1 through the local businesses to sell the calendars on their endars will be donated to the Campbell River Duncan, and it is open to the public. There Timberline school website (www.sd72.bc.ca/ behalf. To contact the business students dirHospital Foundation to purchase two neonatal will be entertaining skits by the drama stuschool/Timberline or through their Facebook ectly, email businesstimberline@gmail.com infant resuscitators.” dents on kindness, and the business class will page at www.facebook.com/365acts. and sthomson@courierislander.com The Timberline business class had started officially reveal their calendar. hopefully at the Hospital Gift Shop although a project aimed at erasing bullying from The class has asked the city to proclaim that has not been confirmed at press time. The RBC Dominion Securities Inc. Campbell River and saving children’s lives. Nov.1 to 10 as Campbell That morphed into the calendar project, an MARKET REPORT River’s first Kindness interactive calendar intended to reinforce ways TSX (CDN.) ..................................................... 13,186.53 Celebration Days. to live a kind life, encourage students to begin DJIA (US)........................................................ 15,392.20 The 365 Days of GOLD (US$) ......................................................1,315.50 thinking about kindness at a young age and, in CANADIAN DOLLAR (US) ................................ 0.9709 turn, help combat bullying. GIC’S It has been an intensive, hands-on 1 YEAR (HOME TRUST COMPANY) ........................... 2.00% project by students who took over 3 YEAR (HOME TRUST COMPANY) ........................... 2.36% the project from last year’s class, said 5 YEAR (MONTREAL TRUST CDA) ..............................2.90% Camrin. The students have been manGOVERNMENT BONDS 5 YEAR (CDN.) ..................................................... 1.85% aging all aspects of its production, 10 YEAR (CDN.).................................................... 2.55% marketing and sales in an effort to raise 10 YEAR (US) ...................................................... 2.60% $2,600. Neonatal pumps are infant STOCKS $ PHONE 250-830-WOOD(9663) resuscitators and cost $1,300 each. ROYAL BANK OF CANADA.................................69.90 JUST The class will be holding a kick-off TORONTO DOMINION BANK. .........................92.90 event centred on kindness on Nov. 1 at TELUS CORPORATION .......................................35.35 From France ~ T-Shirts, Sweaters, Blouses & Pants MAGNA INTERNATIONAL INC. ........................87.57 Timberline theatre with students from 151 DOGWOOD, CAMPBELL RIVER

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Wednesday, Oct. 23, 2013

‘Snagging’ gear poses risk to hatchery workers By Neil Cameron Campbell River Courier-Islander Some Quinsam River Hatchery staff in Campbell River are at risk of injury because of unethical and illegal fishing tactics. In order to get broodstock out of the river, hatchery staff have to seine the river below a refrainment fence. Then they have to enter the river and bring in the nets to get to the chinook salmon, some of which are 40 and 50 pounds.

The problem is that some in-river ‘anglers’ use huge treble hooks with heavy lead weights wrapped around the shank of the hook. It is called snagging and is illegal. But it happens. And what also happens is that the huge chinook break off the line and the hooks stay imbedded in them as they continue on their way up river. When the chinooks come into contact with the net however, the treble hooks come free and pose puncture risks to hatchery workers. It’s the same as handling a slippery, huge

chinook that also may have a treble hooks still stuck to its body. “It’s pretty disgusting that not only do they have no respect for the fishery, they don’t think of the threat they pose to hatchery work-

ers,” said one angler who accidentally hooked a chinook that had a treble hook stuck in its stomach. ncameron@courierislander.com

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Our View Location, location, location It is somewhat ironic that the city of Campbell River is having a hard time finding a home for the homeless. City council was to review a report from city staff at last night’s council meeting regarding the placement of an Extreme Weather Shelter beside the fire hall downtown. The shelter is called cargotecture and is a 40-foot refitted cargo container that can house up to 16 people during extreme weather. Its design is laudable, its methodology seems sound, but it may not be the kind of thing the city or its potential neighbours want in too visible a location. Perhaps that’s why the city came up with 12 other sites for council to consider. Of concern is that the EWS is located within walking distance of the soup kitchen and the Radiant Life Community Church. The RLCC is the organization specifically requesting the location by the fire hall and they would like to have everything in place from Nov. 1. to March 31, 2014. The church says that with help of local businesses they will build cedar fencing and do landscaping around the facility. It would be removed by April 1. Some of the homeless who would be using the facility are those with drug and alcohol problems, because the other shelter facility has a zero tolerance in that regard. It seems like it’s not a matter of when, but where. Previous poll question: What do you think about not having a Christmas parade. 63% said we have to have one, 19% said ‘bah humbug’, 9 % said the Grinch stole it, and 9% said they would go to Courtenay’s. New poll: Do you think next to the fire hall is a good place for the Emergency Weather Shelter? Vote at www.courierislander.com

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From our readers

Not impressed with roadwork I would like to send a city hall full of thorns to the council in charge of the new road repairs on Alder Street. What were they thinking? If you are in the left turn lane heading to town and a vehicle trying to turn right from town approaches you are really lucky if they do not hit you! The idea of taking two or three feet on either side of the road way to plant trees is

absolutely ridiculous. Do we not have proper engineers in place to make sure before spending all that money that the road actually works for cars, buses and emergency vehicles? Well it is one of many blunders with tax payers money and I am not impressed and I am sure most Campbell River taxpayers aren’t either. M. Roon

LNG not such a pipe dream after all By Les Leyne Cabinet ministers on trade missions to faraway places inevitably get amped up about the importance of their visits. All the meetings are “key meetings.” All the contacts made are “valuable new contacts.” All the memorandums of agreement are “important.” Sometimes real things flow from the visits. Other times the politicians come home with little more than some souvenirs. But based on cabinet minister Rich Coleman’s reports back this week from South Korea and China, there is a feeling the potential for liquefiednatural-gas exports to Asia is as real as many have been saying. His visit won’t seal any deals or advance any of the proposals much. And the biggest factor — the price — will be set in the Asian markets, so it’s mostly outside of B.C.’s control. But the reception B.C. has been getting will heighten enthusiasm for the major plays being made or contemplated here. Reporting on a conference call from Beijing on Friday, the natural

gas development minister said it has been a “remarkable” few days. “We’ve had some of the most positive meetings we’ve ever had on LNG.” He has been at conferences where thousands of upper-level executives from all over are talking LNG and he has been hearing serious interest in B.C. from some of them. Executives from two major Chinese interests told him they are very committed to looking for significant LNG tonnage from B.C. Coleman said it reaffirmed the fact B.C. is considered a primary new player, based on competitive advantages and the work on getting the fundamentals right. “We’re on the right track.” Asked about the skilled-workers situation — one of the biggest pieces of the puzzle companies and governments are putting together — Coleman said Asian officials are comfortable with efforts being made. They are confident Canada can deliver the skilled workforce that’s needed. Oil pipelines are obviously getting a lot of attention, but Coleman left the impression Friday they are secondary.

The focus of the B.C. government is on LNG. The province’s five conditions for oil pipelines are out there and need to be addressed. Coleman went so far as to equate the May election with a referendum on the conditions, which won approval. But in the meantime, B.C. is more interested in LNG. So are Korean and Chinese interests. “It’s very clear they are bullish on their opportunities and plan to pursue them aggressively.” The growth in the market is dramatic and it could be substantially bigger than some are predicting. Coleman said that attitude will “stabilize” the LNG situation in B.C. The final go or no-go investment decisions could be expected in the third quarter of 2014, he said, although some would like to commit earlier if possible. Coleman — in Seoul at the time — said a council of deputy ministers is looking at the big-picture implications. One corridor for several pipelines — or one pipeline branching off to multiple locations — has been talked about, he said. There was also a private meeting with First Nations

prior to the election about the overall scheme. There are still a host of factors that could derail the LNG vision. The increase in greenhouse gas emissions will likely force B.C. to default on the legislated reduction target. That’s a problem. A global supply glut could erase the premium price for gas in Asia, on which the whole enterprise is founded. Some First Nations could balk, which would be problematic. And other places in the world planning exactly the same thing could present better deals. Coleman acknowledged that most of the international players now involved in B.C. have other projects elsewhere. The companies are keen on B.C., “but they also know they need to have diversified markets; they don’t want to be captured in one location where somebody could change the fundamentals in such a way they would get caught.” So LNG investors are likely saying the same encouraging things to other visiting officials that they said to Coleman. — Glacier News

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THURSDAY OCT. 24 Island in Focus (Photography Club): 7pm. Sybil Andrews Cottage. For info call Grant Jones 250-923-7492. ����� ISLAND STYLE: Every Thursday 7pm to 10pm. Shot in the Dark Café (Dwtn

information call 250-286-1161. ����� CR – Ishikari Twinning Society Pumpkebana: 2pm to 4pm. CR Common (centre sq). Join us for a traditional and not so traditional pumpkin carving combined with Ikebana (Japanese flower arranging). Children must be accompanied by an adult. ����� Yuk Yuks at the Tidemark: 7:30pm. Tidemark Theatre. Featuring Damonde Tschritter, Sam Easton, and Toby Hargrave. Phone 250-287-PINK or email: tickets@tidemarktheatre.com.

SUNDAY OCT. 27 Bicycle Sale: 9am to noon. 900 Alder St. Fraternal Order of Eagles. All money donated locally. Call Walter Sahulka at 250-286-7262 ����� Zombie Escape: 1pm to 5pm. Willow Point Park. Test your survival skills, speed, strength and endurance through 3 or 5 km obstacles while being chased by starving zomibies, a.k.a CR Storm hockey players. Contact the City of CR for more information at 250-923-7911. ����� Al-Anon: 7:30pm. 7th Day Adventist Church. 300 Thulin St. Anonymous 12-step programme for friends and families of alcoholics. For more info call Barb at 250-923-5537 or Judy at 250-923-1653 ����� Run Club: 7:30am. Dogwood and Hilchey. For more information contact murrayga@telus.net

MONDAY OCT. 28 Crib: 6:30pm registration; 7pm game. CR Legion. For more information call 250-286-6831. ����� Zumba: 6:15pm to 7:15pm. Black Creek Community Hall. Call 250-337-5190. ����� CR Fish and Wildlife Association indoor archery range: 6:30pm to 8pm Mon. and Fri. Equipment and instructions available. $3 per person. For more information call Neil 250-923-1838. ����� Taking Off Pounds Sensibly – TOPS BC #3671: Weigh-In 8:30am to 9:35 am. Meeting 9:50am to 11am. 1441 Ironwood Street.

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‘Urban hens’ close to flying

Campbell River city council seems one step closer to passing a bylaw that would say Campbell River is all it’s cracked up to be. At Tuesday night’s council meeting council was to vote on a

staff recommendation that would allow people living in residential or PA-1 zones to have up to six hens. Before the feathers fly, however, the process will have to go through

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ment, you should take note of the penalties for ‘opting’ out of the program in the future. Slaughtering or euthanizing your hen is subject to a $200 fine as is burying your hen.

A home for the homeless The city of Campbell River has looked at 12 sites where it might put a temporary extreme weather shelter for the homeless. The shelter is actually called a ‘cargotecture’, a 40-foot retrofitted shipping container that can provide shelter for up to 16 homeless people. The location at the top of the list is beside the fire hall downtown. The drawbacks however, as listed to council, includes potential impact to surrounding businesses and the “potential for an unsightly facility fronting onto a primary commercial street.” Two other locations looked are at the east corner of Island Highway and Dogwood on Wei Wai Kum reserve land. How that would look fronting onto a primary entrance into

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This very appealing ocean view family home is a must see! 2700sqft of finished living area, meticulously cared for and maintained with bright, spacious living areas. 3 bedroom, 2 bath split level entry with family room with woodstove, workshop and double garage. Intercom and alarm systems. Large covered deck with views from Discovery Passage around to the Central Vancouver Island Mountain Range. Extensive paved RV parking with sani-dump, easy rear yard access, new 50 year roof, fully fenced level back yard, garden shed and wood storage, tastefully landscaped with underground sprinklers. This true gem is in a well-established central Campbell River neighbourhood near parks, shopping and schools. $379,000

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This wonderful design begins with the wraparound porch. The island kitchen, with a boxed window over the sink, is adjacent to a large bay - windowed dinette. The great room includes many windows and a fireplace. Upstairs, the large master suite contains his and hers walk-in closets, corner windows, and a bath area featuring separate shower a double vanity and tub. Two pleasant secondary bedrooms have interesting angles, and a third bedroom in the front features a volume ceiling and an arched window. Of course located in Campbell River’s sunniest location, “Discovery Plateau” and “Living The Dream “. KLP Construction has done it again! (Plans may vary at builder’s discretion)Picture is similar, double garage only. $349,900

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A covered walkway that will shelter visitors and family members alike is one of the thoughtful touches that sets this three - bedroom plus bonus room family home apart from the ordinary. Bonus room, great for office or theatre, boasting it’s own 2 piece bathroom and a separate closet. Another quality KLP construction home in Discovery Plateau backing onto parkland. Quality finishings include hardwood floors, 9 foot ceilings. Kitchen has a tastefully designed center island and tons of cupboard space. Energy efficient heat pump, and gorgeous stone fireplace to compliment the open floor design. Campbell River’s most sought after subdivision Discovery Plateau is close to all levels of schooling, shopping, walking trails in the Beaver Lodge Lands, and the ever incredible ocean seawalk. $349,900

1024 Cordero Crescent NEW AND AFFORDABLE

3 bed, 2 bath, rancher in Discovery Plateau, over 1400 sq ft of quality by KLP Construction, Campbell River’s builder of choice. Featuring beautiful maple shaker cabinetry in the large kitchen, master bedroom ensuite, and bright with lots of windows. Forced air furnace, home is on a crawl and has tons of RV parking. Call cliff today for construction updates. Expected completion October 2013, act now and pick your colors. $289,900

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PEACEFUL PARKLAND Backing onto Willow Creek and treed parkland lives this ranch style! 3 bedrooms plus a den (or 4 bedrooms), 3 baths, master with ensuite and walk-in closet on main. Inside, the foyer and display shelf offers a place to provide a welcoming note of greenery or perhaps some objects d’art. Great room offers an indoor-outdoor see-thru gas fireplace backing onto the fully covered rear patio. Soaring vaulted ceiling in the great room. Large bright kitchen boasting a grand island and an over-abundance of cupboard space. Separate “Media” room/bedroom for that get away and relax feeling. RV parking and situated close to all amenities including walking trails, shopping, schools, hospital and more. Plans may change at builder’s discretion. Under construction, expected completion October 2013. Pick your colors and make it yours now! $349,900

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Another quality rancher built by KLP Construction. Situated on a large private lot, this large rancher style home has 3 bedrooms plus a den. Almost 1700 square feet, 9 foot ceilings, kitchen features quality maple shaker cabinetry, large island and loads of space. Forced air electric furnace, heat pump, Stunning Hardwood and tile, and lots of room for the RV and toys. Situated in sunny Discovery Plateau,close to all amenities, walking trails, and in desirable Willow Point - There’s definitely quality and value here. (Plans may vary at builder’s discretion). $339,900

Fantastic raised entrance opens up a full view of the home. Living room is enhanced by a large feature window. Grand open floor plan with vaulted and 9 foot ceilings, grand open design with spacious kitchen, island with eating bar, and maple shaker cabinets. Master bedroom has spacious walk-in closet with large ensuite. Living roam has gorgeous rock fireplace. Large covered rear deck. and RV parking, walking trails out your back yard with all amenities close by makes this a real gem! $329,900

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This large 3 bedroom plus den/media room Rancher has it all. 9 foot ceilings, hardwood and tile, quality Maple Shaker Cabinets, efficient heat pump, masterful chefs kitchen, grand master bedroom with ensuite and walk-in closet and more! Situated in Campbell River’s desirable area Discovery Plateau. Close to all amenities and walking trails. No GST!! $339,900

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LARGE RANCHER Situated on a large level lot, this large 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom plus a den is 1693 sqft, 9 foot ceilings throughout featuring hardwood flooring, tiled kitchen and baths, quality maple shaker cabinetry, heat pump, forced air electric furnace and loads of RV parking if desired. Close to all amenities, walking trails, and in desirable Willow Point. Built in 2012 and no GST! $339,900

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1077 Cordero Cresent

This newer open concept rancher will appeal to anyone who values attention to detail. You will be impressed by the golden glow of the hardwood floors, the shaker kitchen cabinets, the light streaming through the oversized windows, the generously sized bedrooms and exterior designer details. You will also enjoy the benefits of a high end, quality, quiet heat pump & heating system, low energy bills, wide hallways, intelligent layout, RV parking, 23’ deep garage and 4’6” crawl space height. $339,900

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Open floor plan with high ceilings invite you into this 3 bedroom/2 bathroom near new rancher on a sunny level lot. The foyer offers an immediate view of the living room with a gorgeous rock fireplace. Kitchen has large island and pantry for lots of storage. Master with walk-in closet and ensuite. Home comes with an economical heat pump and loads of rv parking or additional parking. Situated on a large level lot backing onto the walking trails. Close to all amenities and best of all no GST! $329,900

2400 square foot home is centrally located on a large .46 of an acre. Close to schools, shopping at Merecroft Village, movie theatre, and Strathcona Gardens Swimming pool and Arena. Quiet street and with a “Country Like” feel. Tons of room for all the RV’s and toys. 3 bedrooms up and one down make this the perfect Family Home. Definitely priced to sell quick. $259,900

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1090 Cordero Cresent

Absolutely meticulous quality is an understatement. McInnes and Sons construction brings you this stunning rancher boasting all the bells and whistles. 3 bedroom, or 2 bedroom and a den. Enter through the covered entry into 9 foot ceilings, wheelchair accessible, rich hardwood flooring, tiled kitchen and baths, and gorgeous cabinetry. Large master bedroom with walk in closet and ensuite. Warm Gas fireplace, covered rear patio and tons of room for the RV. Backed by new home warranty. Choose your colors now and be in before Christmas. $312,900

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2861 Denman “EXECUTIVE STYLE”

Stunning “High End “, walk out basement executive home with no expense spared. Some of the features are ICF foundation, Carrier Infinity Heat Pump, Napoleon Gas Fireplace and furnace, central vac with kick in kitchen and garage kit. 9 foot ceilings up, 9 1/2 foot ceilings down, Custom cabinetry with island, walk-in pantry, and custom polished concrete countertop and industrial garburator. Ensuite has 2 person soaker tub, glass shower 2 sinks, walk-in closet, slate flooring & more. Slate tile in entrance & exotic Kempas hardwood in kitchen and great room. Separate detached 24 x 24 shop fully loaded and drive right in through the oversized shop doors, a must see! Backs onto protected parkland in the heart of Willow Point’s Georgia Park. $479,900

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5 minutes from town on a peaceful half acre plus the property reaches right down to the river. Extensive, tasteful, professional renovations include first growth Fir flooring and the chef’s kitchen is to die for. Bright, beautiful and paradise like, first time offered for sale by the original owners and the “Gem of Campbell River”. A must, must see! $489,900


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By Sian Thomson Campbell River Courier-Islander Still lawyerless, accused murderer Traigo Andretti appeared in Supreme Court on Monday via video link from the Vancouver Island Regional Correctional Centre in Victoria. A pretrial conference date was set for Oct. 31 to take place in Nanaimo. A pre-trial conference is a short meeting with a judge to deal with any concerns, scheduling problems, or pre-trial matters that might

happen right before the trial. A date is expected to be set for the trial which will take place in Campbell River. In his last court appearance, Andretti said he did not want legal representation and wanted to plead guilty to all charges, although he has flip-flopped on this issue several times. Andretti is facing a charge of first degree murder in the death of his wife, Jennifer McPerson on Hanson Island. He is also charged with committing an interference with a dead human body. sthomson@courierislander.com

In response to public concerns, the Campbellton sani-station will close permanently this week. The 17th Ave. sani-station is adjacent to residential and commercial properties, and has been well-used during spring and summer months for many years. “The existing sani-station facility is problematic in the Campbellton neighbourhood,” explains Campbell River City Councillor Ron Kerr. “The City recognizes this and is taking steps in support of the local neighbourhood.” “Over the last few years, staff have received several complaints from area residents and RVers regarding the odours and general cleanliness of the site, including sewage spills that are not cleaned up by the user,” adds Councillor Larry Samson. “Council has requested that staff develop options for a more appropriate site for Council to consider in the City’s 2014 Capital plan.”

Several other sani-stations located within and around Campbell River remain available to RVers. A list is available online at www.sanidumps.com. · Campbell River Husky Market (South Island Highway) · Shell Service Station (Quinsam Crossing) · Elk Falls Provincial Park (Quinsam Campground) · Miracle Beach Provincial Park · Pacific Playgrounds Resort · Parkside Campground & RV Park · Salmon Point Resort RV Park & Marina The list will be posted at the decommissioned 17th Ave. sani-station. The City advises that people check directly with the sani-station operator to confirm the availability of the sanistation and whether any fees or restrictions apply. The City’s Campbellton sani-station has provided recreational vehicle users with a place to empty sewage holding tanks since 1979.

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DFO staff moving here When Larry Peterson went to the Comox Department of Fisheries and Oceans (DFO) office Friday afternoon the door was locked. The past chair of the Courtenay and District Fish and Game Protective Association couldn’t see any posted notice explaining the reason for the mid-day closure. “It’s closed tight as a drum,” Peterson said. “There was just nothing happening there.” Glacier media has learned the secretarial position has been eliminated as a result of cutbacks while other staff members will soon be packing their bags and headed to work out of Campbell River. Effective immediately residents will have to book an appointment in order to meet with fisheries staff. As Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s Conservatives aim to chop $100 million from the federal fisheries ministry over three years, targeting overhead and duplication in the department, Comox Valley DFO enforcement workers are preparing to start working out of Campbell River in April. When asked about the changes Bryce Gilard, DFO’s Comox field supervisor, said the office will not be completely shuttered. “As of April 1, 2014 there

will be no fisheries officers ity liaison officer who once or habitat staff based out of worked out of the Comox the Comox Valley,” he said. office. “We need these guys “The office will stay open for here.” remaining staff.” He remembers how the DFO has about 11,000 government tried to shut the employees and an annual place down back in 1994, budget of just under $1.9 bilonly to reopen the doors again lion. When the most recent just years later in 1997. round of cuts were announced “It was a failed experiment during the unveiling of the when they did that back in the 2013 budget officials pledged 90s and it’s a failed experithe changes wouldn’t impact ment in the waiting if they front line staff or services. do not listen to the public,” Peterson says he underhe said. “It’s a lessening of stands that the government environmental protection.” wants to streamline fisheries Allen, Peterson and two operations but says moving other fish and game associaenforcement staff out of the tion members met with John community while requiring Duncan to urge him to keep them to cover more ground is stem the tide of cuts and spare inherently dangerous. the local office. “They would be giving up They said Duncan agreed public safety,” he said. “We to speak with the federal told them we don’t want that fisheries minister about the office closed.” matter. DFO enforcement staff “This is extremely importpatrol the Georgia Straight, ant,” Allen said. “Where did enforce aquaculture closures that promise go?” and investigate illegal sales — Glacier News of fish and shellfish, among other duties. Critics of the government’s plan say closing offices to the public and Furnaces, Stoves, Dryers, Heaters, Hot Water relocating employees is Tanks, Fireplaces just inviting trouble. ENERGY EFFICIENT “What you’re doing is leaving the fox in PHONE 250-286-0718 charge of the henhouse,” said Bryan Allen, a “THE GAS EXPERTS” former DFO commun151 DOGWOOD

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201 Island Highway Straight out of the “Homes & Gardens” this contemporary style home has been well thought out and meticulously finished with great attention to detail. The new home owners will absolutely love the large floor to ceiling commercial grade windows to take in the everlasting unobstructed Ocean Views. Situated high on the bank like a fortress with a curved brick wall on three sides you will feel as if you are soaring with eagles and walk right onto the cruise ships as they pass by. Architecturally designed open concept living with masses of hardwood and high end tile & limestone floors. In floor radiant heat to keep you warm all year plus a Lennox heat pump to cool you in the summer. A chefs gourmet kitchen featuring custom expansive Teak cabinetry, Wolf double wall ovens, Wolf 5 burner cook top stove and a Fisher Paykel double dishwasher, Miele coffee system instant hot water dispenser, wine cooler plus a 14ft granite island. Master bedroom is on the main floor with a dreamy walk in closet and luxurious ensuite with separate shower and soaker tub overlooking discovery passage, 3 more deluxe guest bedrooms 2 with ensuites of their own. The den with cozy fireplace on the main floor situated close to the front doorway is perfect for those business transactions and comfortable enough that you won’t want to leave to go to the office. You will love staying in shape with your very own exercise room, large sauna & steam shower indoors and protected hot tub area with gas fire pit outside. The entire home is wired for entertaining, safety and for ease of use with the key less entry and security with a gated entry from driveway with intercom system. This really is a one of a kind low maintenance home with a metal roof polished concrete decks, fully landscaped with a sprinkler system. MLS 364491

Charming character home in great shape with a low maintenance metal roof, beautiful yard & landscaping. Large master bedroom on main w/6x12 sunroom off office area adjoining. Nicely laid out large country kitchen with access to outside decks overlooking your own private fully fenced 0.507 acre retreat. Lots of outbuildings for your hobbies, or storage of the toys. This home is wheelchair accessible. 2 large bedrooms upstairs with other open area great for library or computer desk. Unfinished basement with 6 1/2 ft ceilings is not included in the square foot of the home. Great area for storage or workshop with separate outside access & lots of natural light. Located walking distance from Salmon Point Resort & minutes from Oyster River shopping district. Kids could easily walk to elementary school and the school bus & city transit stops right in front for easy access to Campbell River. Nice, quiet rural feel with easy access to either Campbell River or Courtenay & all their amenities. Seller motivated. $259,800 MLS 360676

880 Ash St. Solid Well Maintained Ocean View 2 bedroom home. There is plenty of room to expand with a 24x21 family room downstairs. Watch the cruise ships in the summer sitting on the large deck and stay cozy and warm in the winter with gas fireplaces on both levels. Recent renovations include tile flooring, kitchen cabinets, new roof and the main bathroom has been totally updated. Pride of ownership throughout. Call Diana Williamson RealPro Real Estate 250-286-1877 to view. $359,000 MLS 364924


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Flu shot season is here Flu season is right under our noses, and so is the vaccine to protect us from it. For decades there was only one type of flu vaccine, now there is a newer nasal spray flu vaccine, FluMist. Available to Campbell Riverites between two and 17, FluMist contains live viruses (unlike the flu shot), but the viruses are weakened and cannot cause flu illness. It is the preferred vaccine for children two to eight years of age because it provides better protection in young children than the inactivated influenza vaccine, or flu shot, given by injection. It also offers the advantage of being needle-free. The regular flu vaccine for adults is given by injection, usually into the upper arm. Side effects are usually very minor. The most frequent side effect of the flu shot is soreness in the arm. Less common symptoms are

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HOPE awards handed out during ceremonies By Sian Thomson Campbell River Courier-Islander The Sixth Annual HOPE Awards Tea (Health, Optimism, Pride, Empowerment) were held on Oct.10 at the Campbell River Community Centre. Mayor Walter Jakeway attended the event and proclaimed Oct. 7 to 11 to be Mental Health Awareness Week in Campbell River. Wayne Miller presented a poem he wrote “What is Hope; What Hope Means” and was accompanied by Eric Benson playing background guitar. Asger Anderson played The Seed of Hope, Love and Peace on accordion followed by Somewhere my Love. Other music was provided by “The Beacon and Eggs” band, Sunny Side Up. The Beacon Club celebrates its 20th anniversary this year. “HOPE Awards are given to people in recognition of extraordinary efforts and commitment in overcoming personal challenges,” said Leslie MacLennan, Coordinator of Rehabilitation Programs for Campbell River Mental Health and Substance Use. “HOPE Award recipients contribute to the understanding of recovery from mental illness and serve as models of hope and inspiration.” Those recipients were Lisa Chaston, John O’Brien, and Howard

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Presenters and recipients of the HOPE Awards are back row from left, Jason Fisher, Howard Telosky, Claire Trevena, John O’Brien, David Stewart and John Fitzgerald. Front from left Sean Junglas, Tara Kaye, Lisa Chaston. Telosky. The four people involved also honoured for their valuable Rozema from the Campbell River Health and Substance Use, BC in the Dinner Bell Program were contributions to the start up of the Hospital, MLA Claire Trevena, Schizophrenia Society, Campbell successful program. RCMP Staff Sgt.Troy Beauregard, River Branch, the Campbell River They were Tara Kaye, Dave and Sean Junglas of the Salvation Beacon Club and the CR Mental Stewart, Jason Fisher, and Karl Army. Health and Substance Use Advisory Peppel. The HOPE Awards are sponCommittee. Presenters were Christina sored by Island Health, Mental sthomson@courierislander.com

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Taylor elected to music associations Campbell River is now on the map musically speaking. Local music teacher Cynthia Taylor has been elected as president of the BC Registered Music Teachers’ Association as well as the Vice-President of the Canadian Federation of Music Teachers. An active participant in her local branch, provincially, and nationally for many years, Taylor has held many executive positions in the local branch, as well as being the Canada Music Week Coordinator and Branch Provincial Delegate.

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She has been the Provincial Canada Music Week Co-ordinator for eight years, second VicePresident for four years, and first Vice-President for another four years, and is now President. She has also chaired several standing committees and has represented BC at the national level. This last July, she was elected Vice-President Nationally. Along with these administrative duties, she has maintained a very heavy teaching schedule which she divides between her Campbell River students and those

Poppy campaign begins on last Friday of October Every year, from the last Friday in October to Remembrance Day, the Royal Canadian Legion conducts The Poppy Campaign. After the artillery bombardments of the First World War had destroyed most of the vegetation, a determined wildflower, the poppy, began to flourish. Its colour reminded soldiers of the blood lost on that very ground and inspired Canadian John McCrae to write his famous poem In Flanders Fields. That poem, in turn, became the inspiration for The Royal Canada Legion Poppy Campaign. On July 5, 1921, The Great War Veteran’s Association in Canada, the predecessor of The Royal Canadian Legion, officially adopted the poppy as its Flower of Remembrance. The poppy serves to recognize the sacrifices that were made for their freedom and it forges a bond between people of all ages. In 2012, there were 18 million poppies worn in Canada, which, as a result, raised over $12 million for the Royal Canadian Legion’s programs and services to support veterans and their families. At this time of year, people remember the men and women who have paid the ultimate sacrifice for our freedom and way of life. As you wear your red poppy as a tangible sign of remembrance, also remember those who bear the physical and mental injuries they sustained in their fight for our way of life. While theirs was not the ultimate sacrifice, they have and are paying a heavy price for us. All veterans — the men and

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Along with her devotion to music, Taylor is very committed to her immediate and extended family, frequently organizing and participating in large family events. Her youngest daughter has followed in her mother’s footsteps by pursuing a career as a music teacher. Taylor likes to spend her quiet time enjoying the ocean near her Storries Beach home. When the weather co-operates, she enjoys kayaking the coastline, and spending time with her little dog, Maggie.

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CHURCH SERVICES DIRECTORY Drive Nicely

I have been teaching defensive driving classes as a parttime job for more than a decade and I am amazed at how seemingly friendly people can become mean and spiteful behind the wheel. I ask almost every class I teach how it feels to be “tailgated” (having someone drive too closely behind you). The answer is always the same: it feels very aggressive and dangerous and no one likes to be tailgated. When I follow up that question and ask them if they sometimes tailgate others, most of the hands go up. Most people hate to be tailgated but admit tailgating themselves, a clear violation of the golden rule. Something seems to come over us while driving whereby we interpret the actions of others as aggressive and hostile and then we lash out at them. Our driving behavior, as well as our state of mind while driving says something about the kind of people we are, and points to aspects of our character that we need to work on. Do we give others the benefit of the doubt when driving and try to be considerate of them, letting them into our lane, for instance, when we see their blinker is on and they are trying to get over, or do we think only of ourselves when driving? We should consider what our style of driving says about us and the areas of our life we may need to work on. — Christopher Simon “The driving is like thatof Jehu son of Nimshi,he drives like a maniac.” 2 Kings 9: 20

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Let’s look at some of the more common If you are in your more mature years and ones. have more than enough income for your own The 4% Safe Rate of Withdrawl. needs and the right temperament you may I’ve probably read four or five articles be trying to grow your capital and maximize Murray Callaghan on this in the past couple of years debating your estate. Is that a crime? whether this still holds true. You need 70% of Pre-Retirement Essentially, it assumes that a given Income in Retirement. diversified portfolio will provide four per Who does? If I’m retired and have both cent of income through thick and thin withthe health and means, I have much more time out encroaching on the principal over time. to spend my money on things like travel, There are lots of factors that go into this good food and other adventures. If you still statement but most people need a defined carry mortgage debt and are helping your dollar amount for their needs which may be kids with college and home purchases you much more or much less than four per cent. may need the same. Conversely, if you are The percentage of Bonds and GICs in your debt free, don’t travel and live well below your means Portfolio Should Equal your Age. you might only need 50 per cent or less. Many will move Says who? If you are 40 and are buying a house next into and through different stages of spending in a retireyear with 100 per cent of your current portfolio then ment that can span decades. your cash and cash equivalents should be 100 per cent. The Average Canadian Needs $672,000 (or some other figure) to Retire. FINANCIAL PLANNING • INSURANCE • WEALTH MANAGEMENT These figures always seem to pop up when you go to a company sponsored retirement seminar. But the question should be, “do I know how much I need?” Does that figure above factor in CPP, Old Age Security and my Defined Benefit Program? What retirement age and longevity factor are you using? What are my options if I don’t have it. Lot to cover in 90 minutes. Can be very Murray Callaghan useful in understanding what your employer plan will CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER provide but often creates more questions than answers on retirement. 625 H - 11th Avenue (upstairs) Rules of thumb are interesting but not too useful in Campbell River financial planning. New Clients Welcome They generally indicate that we (investment community and individuals) are not willing to invest the time in www.crwealthmanagement.ca 250.286.9968 calculating what you actually need.

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Tim McGraw coming to Island Moglove named 3rd vice of UBCM for Sunfest Country Music Fest Campbell River City Councillor Claire Moglove was acclaimed as the third vice-president of the Union of British Columbia Municipalities (UBCM) at its recent annual convention in Vancouver. “This is a tremendous honour for me, to move to third vice-president, as I go into my third year on the UBCM executive,” said Moglove. “I am very grateful for the support I received from the other members of the UBCM executive, who hail from every corner of this province. I am also grateful for the support I have received from my fellow Campbell River councillors.” Over the past two years, Moglove has served on various UBCM committees, including public safety, first nations relations and resolutions. Her committee appointments for the next year will be determined at the upcoming meeting in November. “The issues we face in local government are complex, and the broader issues need the input of this larger organization,” Moglove says. “UBCM is recognized by the provincial and federal governments as a strong and legitimate voice for local government in British Columbia. During our meetings, the executive has the opportunity to meet with various cabinet ministers, provincial and federal government staff and other stakeholders to discuss various issues of concern to local govern-

Tim McGraw is coming to the Island. Wideglide Entertainment has announced that award winning artist and country superstar, Tim McGraw will be the Sunday night headliner for Sunfest Country Music Festival July 31 to Aug. 3 in Cowichan Valley. McGraw, whose hits include “Live Like You Were Dying,” “Everywhere” and “Real Good Man,” has sold more than 40 million records worldwide and dominated the charts with 34 No. 1 singles. He’s won three Grammy

Awards, 15 Academy of Country Music Awards, 12 Country Music Association Awards, 10 American Music Awards, three People’s Choice Awards and numerous other honors. It was recently certified that McGraw as the most-played country artist of the past 20 years (19922012) and Mediabase recognized him as the most-played country artist in their history. Also an accomplished actor, McGraw’s film credits include “Country Strong,” the Academy Award nominated “The Blind Side,” “Four Christmases,” “The Kingdom,” and “Friday Night

Lights.” McGraw has just wrapped up his sell out Two Roads to Freedom tour and will soon be hitting the Las Vegas stage with wife Faith Hill for the extremely popular Soul2Soul show. No word on whether wife Faith Hill will join him at Sunfest 2014. A limited amount of tickets will be available for Sunfest 2014. Full festival tickets are on sale now. For further information on tickets, camping and to subscribe to the Sunfest newsletter visit www. sunfestconcerts.com.

Halloween safety tips to heed Claire Moglove ment.” UBCM has served and represented the interests of local governments in BC since 1905. The executive meets five times a year, including during its annual convention, usually over a two-day period. Mary Ashley was the last Campbell River representative to serve on the UBCM executive, from 2002-2003. Prior to that, Jim Lornie served for two terms, 1996-1997 and 1997-1998.

With Halloween fast approaching, daylight hours ever so short and the crazy amount of fog in the area, precautions are extremely important to keep little ones safe. The RCMP and many others will have extra staff and volunteers on hand to help keep everyone safe during the ongoing celebrations. Here are a few safety tips for you and your loved ones to keep in mind: • Trick or Treat with family and/or friends in familiar neighbourhoods. • Be respectful of private property, use sidewalks when possible.

• Be cautious when crossing streets or driveways, drivers and pedestrians can be easily distracted with all of the excitement. • Wear makeup instead of a mask that might cover your eyes, wear a costume that fits properly to avoid tripping. • Be visible, you can use a flashlight, wear brightly colored clothing, add reflective tape or glow sticks. • Tampering of treats is rare, however it’s always a good idea to have an adult inspect your treats. Drivers are reminded to please slow down and be extra cautious. While the rules of the road are

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Storm sweep Peninsula, drop one to Oceanside By Ken Zaharia Courier-Islander Sports Editor The Campbell River Storm continued its impressive October run on the weekend, but there was on one ping on the loss radar. Friday in Peninsula, the Storm’s twin tower powered offence was in high gear with Brayden Taekema scoring twice and adding two assists, while linemate Brendan deVries chipped in with three helpers in a 5-2 Campbell River victory over the Panthers. It was the fourth straight Vancouver Island Junior Hockey League win in a row for the Storm in October and the first home loss for Peninsula this season. Saturday, a complacent Storm squad went into Parskville to play the 1-12-1 Oceanside Generals. The result was a 5-3 Storm loss and a 25 minute ‘bag skate’ Storm head coach Lee Stone had his players go through when they got back to Campbell River at 11:45 p.m. The Storm responded with one of their best efforts of the season Sunday at Rod Brind’Amour Arena. Playing their third game in three days, the Storm skated to a 5-1 win over Peninsula to raise their VIJHL record to 8-5-2 and sit in second in the North Division. “It was a real good weekend,” said Stone. “Peninsula is a very big physical team who had defeated

for top billing with 13 goals and 14 assists each for 27 points. Taekema finished with seven points on three goals and four assists in the three weekend games. deVries ended up with five points including a goal and four helpers. What was encouraging for Stone to see was the secondary scoring in Sunday’s 5-1 win with five different Storm players scoring including Keenan Grant, Gage Colpron, Stephen Hawco, Josiah Friesen and one from Taekema. “I see guys like Gage Colpron and Stephen Hawco really starting to play with confidence,” said Stone. “These are two rookies right out of midget it takes time to adjust to junior, they’ve been impressive.” Another player who impresses Stone is centre Fraser Sutherland. “Quite frankly he’s (Sutherland) the best in the league at face-offs,” said Stone. “He’s winning 90 per cent of his face-offs and it’s great to always be starting with the puck in your own end.” In Friday’s win Trent Johnson, Colpron and Alex Brewer had the other three Storm goals. deVries, Photo by Dean Benjestorf Jordan Kamprath and Aaron Brewer netted the three Storm goals in The Storm’s Brayden Taekema, right, heads up ice against Peninsula Sunday at Rod Brind’Amour Arena. Saturday’s loss. Taekema, along with linemate Brendan deVries, lead the VIJHL in scoring with 27 points each in 15 games. This Friday the Storm take on the Victoria (Cougars) the week before we didn’t play our game, we left For the first time in over a decNorth leading Nanaimo Buccaneers. and to beat them twice says someour goalie out to dry. We did outade the Storm have the top two thing about the character of our play them (Generals) but the spark scorers in the VIJHL in the form of Game time is 7:30 p.m. at Rod Brind’Amour Arena. team,” said Stone. “In Parksville wasn’t there.” Taekema and deVries who sit tied

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Wolves to host 12 team tournament this weekend By Ken Zaharia Courier-Islander Sports Editor

in the USA NCAA Div. 1. Her younger sister, a Grade 10 power hitter, is already getting offers from the NCAA. They are a very For the second tournament in special team. a row the Timberline Wolves fin“I believe we are a very special ished as bridesmaids. team as well. We have great team And for the second straight chemistry and lots of talent to time it came down to a battle of build on. We are constantly learnthe two provincial No. 1’s for the ing and growing as a team.” Brentwood College tourney title This time around Lambrick - the top ranking AAA Wolves Park definitely raised their game versus the top AA squad in BC up a level topping Timberline 25Victoria’s Lambrick Park. “I believe they are the best team 15, 25-20. “Lambrick Park definitely in the province in any tier,” said got the best of us this time. They Wolves coach Terry Philp about Lambrick. “They are very fast and served tough and we really had dynamic and always bring their ‘A’ trouble with constancy all around,” game against us. Their best player said Philp. “We have lots to work on as a result, so the final was a just signed with Wichita state

great learning experience.” The Wolves went into the tourney facing some adversity. They normally have two setters, but one of them, Tommi Corder, was out with a concussion. That meant Timberline’s other setter, Nicole Herbert had to run the show. “This was the first time she set an entire tournament for us and she did quite well,” said Philp of Herbert’s play. In round robin play, the Wolves started out with a 25-4, 25-12 win over Oak Bay. Sarah Chase lead the team in kills and Brooklyn Reesor was the top server, recording five aces. Next up was Ballenas from Parksville and Timberline came

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away with a 25-15, 25-21 victory. Reesor and Hayley Zumkeller each served up three aces. The Wolves final round robin match was against St. Thomas Aquinas of Vancouver. Timberline ended up winning 25-14, 25-16. Winning their pool gave Timberline a bye to the quarterfinal, where they met Brentwood College, the host team. The Wolves had a strong outing winning 25-15, 25-18. “We served and passed well that match, which is key when trying to run an offence,” said Philp. In their semifinal against Vanier, the Wolves came out flat and were down 16-10 in the first set. After a time out, Timberline

started their comeback and won 25-21. The momentum carried over into the second set which the Wolves won 25-13. This weekend the Wolves are hosting a 12 team tournament at Timberline. Along with Timberline and Carihi taking part there are also two teams from the Lower Mainland and two from Victoria. On Friday, Carihi plays at noon and 4:40 p.m., Timberline plays at 3:30 and 5:50. Play continues with the quarterfinals starting at 9 a.m. Saturday. The semifinals are at 12:30 p.m. and the final is at 4. “This is an excellent opportunity for young volleyball players to see some quality matches,” said Philp.

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Hockey Vancouver Island Junior Hockey League: North Division Team G WL T F A P Nanaimo 14 12 2 0 61 25 24 C.R. Storm 15 8 5 2 60 49 18 Comox 17 8 8 1 57 78 17 Oceanside 16 2 13 1 41 78 5 South Division Victoria 14 12 1 1 74 27 25 Westshore 17 8 7 2 62 74 18 Peninsula 15 6 6 3 64 58 15 Kerry Park 16 5 9 2 54 71 12 Saanich 14 5 8 1 40 53 11 Games Westshore 2 Nanaimo 1 Peninsula 4 Saanich 4 Nanaimo 3 Victoria 2 Westshore 7 Saanich 1 Comox 4 Kerry Park 2 Storm 5 Peninsula 2 Comox 4 Kerry Park 3 (OT) Oceanside 5 Storm 3 Comox 3 Oceanside 0 Storm 5 Peninsula 1 League Scoring Player T G A P B.deVries CR 13 14 27 B.Taekma CR 13 14 27 B.Lervold WS 9 18 27 S.Brett CV 11 11 22 J.Skerratt PN 9 13 22 G.Dunlop Nan 8 14 22 A.Milligan KP 13 8 21 D.Pernal CV 13 8 21 C.Logan PN 10 11 21 B.Cross KP 5 15 21 Storm Scoring G.Colpron CR 7 5 12 Z.Sanderson CR 1 9 10 T.Smith CR 1 9 10 S.Hawco CR 6 2 8 J.Kamprath CR 2 6 8 J.Friesen CR 4 2 6 C.Blake CR 3 3 6 J.Severs CR 2 4 6 K.Grant CR 1 5 6 T.Johnson CR 1 5 6 Alex Brewer CR 1 4 5 G.Rauser CR 1 4 5 P.Ramsey CR 0 5 5 Aaron Brewer CR 1 3 4 C.Olson CR 1 3 4 F.Sutherland CR 1 3 4 J.Rauser CR 0 1 1 D.Senholt CR 0 1 1

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Pioneer Men’s Oldtimers Hockey League: Team G W L T P A-1 Radiators 5 4 1 0 8 Bushmen 3 3 0 0 6 Frame & Co. 3 3 0 0 6 CR Glass 4 3 1 0 6 Riptide Pub Ice Dogs 5 2 2 1 5 Action Source For Sports 5 0 3 2 2 Video Works 3 0 2 1 1 Quadra Old Growth 2 0 2 0 0 Royal Coachman 2 0 2 0 0 Thrashers 2 0 2 0 0

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Vancouver Island Division 3B Men's Soccer League: Team G W L T F A Vantreights 6 5 0 1 14 5 Cordova Bay 5 4 1 0 14 9 Nanaimo 6 3 1 2 8 2 Sooke 6 3 2 1 16 9 PLSC Lakers 4 1 2 1 8 6 Bays United 4 1 2 1 5 7 Peninsula 5 1 3 1 3 10 Gorge 6 0 3 3 6 18 CR Golden Wings 4 0 2 2 3 5 Alberni 4 0 2 2 6 12 Golden Wings Games Golden Wings 1 Alberni 1

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Vancouver Island Division 4B Men's Soccer League: Team G W L T F A P Mainstream Canada 5 4 0 1 25 4 13 Zgoda Jr. 5 3 1 1 19 5 10 Vic West 5 3 1 1 13 7 10 Juan de Fuca 5 3 1 1 8 8 10 Fernwood 5 2 3 0 11 9 6 PLSC Lakers 6 1 5 0 2 25 3 SFFC Originals 5 0 5 0 5 25 0 CR Mainstream Canada Games CR Mainstream 4 Fernwood 1

Mid Island Women’s Soccer League: Team G WL T P Mainstream Outlaws 5 4 0 1 13 CVUSC Revolution 4 3 0 1 10 Kickers 5 3 1 1 10 Oceanside 4 2 0 2 8 Port Alberni 4 2 1 1 7 Nanaimo 4 2 2 0 6 Shooters 4 2 2 0 6 Marine Harvest Bandits 4 1 3 0 3 River City FC 5 0 5 0 0 Wheatys 5 0 5 0 0 Games Campbell River Men’s Hockey League: Team G W L T P Kickers 1 Nanaimo 0 Terror 5 5 0 0 10 Alberni 4 River City 1 Timberwolves 5 5 0 0 10 Outlaws 5 Bandits 3 Barnes Bros. Avalanche 5 3 2 0 6 Oceanside 3 Wheatys 0 Canucks 5 3 2 0 6 Freddie's Pub Stars 7 3 4 0 6 Quinsam Coal Senators 5 2 3 0 4 RBL Whalers 5 1 4 0 2 Campbell River Monday Night Strategic Hurricanes 5 1 4 0 2 Adult Coed Volleyball League: 'A' Division MVP Flyers 6 1 5 0 2 Team G W L SW SL Games Dilligaf 1 1 0 2 0 Senators 5 Flyers 2 Kiss My Ace 1 1 0 2 0 Timberwolves 2 Avalanche 0 Kids Wanna Block 1 1 0 2 1 Canucks 5 Stars 1 Serves You Right 1 0 1 1 2 Canucks 2 Hurricanes 0 Net Results 1 0 1 0 2 Flyers 8 Whalers 6 1 0 1 0 2 Player of the week - Corey Grant of The Booyahs! 'B' Division the Flyers with a 5 point game We Like Big Bumps1 1 0 2 0 League Scoring 1 1 0 2 0 Player T G A P Ball So Hard 1 1 0 2 1 K.Hagg TW 5 6 11 Snoops Dogs 1 0 1 1 2 J.Bachmeier TW 6 4 10 Bombers 1 0 1 0 2 S.Lee TW 5 5 10 Safe Sets Bump It Up 1 0 1 0 2 S.Jensen FP 6 3 9 R.Churnard AV 5 4 9 C.Grant Fly 5 4 9 A.Benjestorf TW 3 6 9 L.Feeney Ter 6 2 8 Campbell River 8-Ball Association:

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P Team Pt 1 Pier Street Bullys 64 2 Eagles Oldtimers 59 3 Elks Elkoholics 47 3 JJ’s Exotic Shots 47 5 Eagles Breakers 46 5 Elks-EZ United 46 7 Eagles Talons 42 8 Eagles Rockers 40 9 Eagles Navigators 39 9 Freddie's Leftovers 39 11 Freddie's Tequila Shooters 38 12 Pier Luck 27 13 Quinsam Sticks & Stones 23 14 Quinsam Stick Ticklers 22 15 Eagles Sitting Ducks 17 15 Quinsam Q’s 17 17 Pier Street Pocket Divas 15 ERO’s - George Johnson, Mike Wilson, Rick Galambos, Ron Douglas, Mike Danyluk, Ed Sharkey 1

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Thursday Golden Crystals Seniors League: P Team T 1 Starfish 24 2 Sea Lions 21 3 Orcas 19 4 Stingrays 17 5 Mermaids 16

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Wednesday Night Ladies League: *First quarter winners P Team Q T 1 Strike Outs* 25 161 2 2nd Storie 26 144 2 The Rockin Rollers 23 144 4 Jonny’s Bar & Lounge 17 135.5 5 ATM Dolls With Balls 20 123 6 Lucky Strikes 9 122 7 Az-Tec 9 103 8 Pin Ups 15 71.5 Team Highs Scratch Game - Lucky Strikes 582 Scratch Series - Lucky Strikes 1,634 Handicap Game - 2nd Storie 878 Individual Highs Scratch Game - Rhonda Lambert 223 Handicap Game - Rhonda Lambert 279 Most Over Average Game - Rhonda Lambert +79 Most Over Average Series - Jamie Willis +82

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Monday Nite Men’s 10 Pin League: P Team W T 1 CR Bowling Centre 17 140 2 Boston Pizza Brutes 22 134.5 3 Storey Creek Golfers 23 133.5 4 Alley Cats 9 130.5 5 Leeson Lake 18 122 6 Clippers 19 94 Team Highs High Scratch Game - Clippers 710 High Handicap Game - Storey Creek Golfers 867 High Scratch Series - Clippers 2,063 High Handicap Series - Storey Creek Golfers 2,499 Individual Highs High Scratch Game - Hogie McCrae 211 High Handicap Game - Ian Lenting 251 High Scratch Series - Laurence Renaud 531 High Handicap Series - Larry Thursday Morning 50+ Seniors Gustason 668 League standings: Bowler of the Week P Team Q T 1 Hopefuls 84 84 Tuesday Mixed Lunch Bunch 2 Flyers 76 76 League: P Team W T 1 BowlMates 32 156.5 2 Nesbitt Island Coffee 17 151.5 3 Island Fever Travel 23 125 The following at Campbell River 4 Quinsam Auto 16 124.5 Bridge Club results from Wednesday. 5 Odd Balls 9 121 Scores after 13 rounds Average: 6 Leftys 26 112 130.0 7 Lane Divas 12 105.5 P Pct Score Pair 8 Steve Marshall Ford 25 101 1. 71.67 186.33 Chuck Hodson 9 Heavy Balls 20 55 - Lorraine Hodson. Team Highs 2. 66.52 172.95 Paula Sambrook Game - Steve Marshall Ford 633 - Jean Tait. Series - BowlMates 1,838 3. 64.69 168.19 Maureen Individual Highs Olafson - Phillip Sanford. Scratch Series - Men - Merv 4. 64.33 167.25 Hans Winckler Belanko 494; Women - Jacquie - Warren Burd. Abbott 443 5. 58.60 152.37 Gary Priestman Handicap Series - Men - Clarence - Dorothy Branch. Guilderson 627; Women - Carol Hill 6. 57.08 148.40 Joan Eccles 636 Chris Bennett. Scratch Game - Men - Merv 7. 56.23 146.20 Wally Uyeyama Belanko 174; Women - Jacquie - Vic Vlaj. Abbott 184 8. 52.54 136.60 Meena Weber Handicap Game - Men - Clarence - Sue Hipwell. Guilderson 230; Women - Jacquie 9. 51.25 133.25 Roger Lucas Abbott 248 - Rose Lucas. 10. 50.94 132.44 Ed Hrechuk Tuesday Night Mixed League: - Marie-Claire Smith. P Team Q T 11. 50.13 130.33 Anne 1 Screaming Eagles 69 69 McKnight - Sue Cowan. 2 Ryan’s Pizzeria 64 64 12. 50.00 130.00 Nikki Johnston 3 U.K. Plus 63 63 - Jackie MacNaughton.

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Young Masters top Fernwood

Carihi boys run to Island x-country title

Campbell River Mainstream Canada Young Masters played against Kal Tire Fernwood F.C. in Division 4B of the Vancouver Island Soccer League on Saturday. On a beautiful fall day and a near immaculate pitch at Willow Point Park, the Young Masters enjoyed their fourth win of the season with a 4-1 final. Mainstream Canada found themselves in a familiar predicament after giving up an early goal and having to work their way back into the game. The home side found an equalizer at the 25 minute mark as Colan Grootenboer finished off a terrific cross from Kevin Shelswell. Near the end of the first half, Patrick Cullen worked hard to deliver a lofted ball across goal which was headed home by Peter McWilliams. Several other quality chances were created by the Young Masters, but missed opportunities and good goalkeeping kept the score at 2-1 going into halftime. In the second half, McWilliams scored his second goal of the game at the penalty spot after he was taken down by the Fernwood goalkeeper inside the penalty area. Jake Blanchard earned his team their fourth and final goal of the game as he found the back of the net with a well placed strike from 20 yards. Campbell River’s keeper, Aidan Anderson, was confident in goal but was not often tested due to strong and confident defense lead by the central figures of Colton Reesor and Shane Berry. Outside fullbacks Mohamed Boukhouali, Alex Foge, Alexandre Desrochers and Tyler Kelly also played well and often provided support to the team’s attack. The victory places Mainstream Canada at the top of the standings with a record of 4-0-1. They will play against Juan de Fuca Saturday, 2 p.m. at Willow Point Park.

By Ken Zaharia Courier-Islander Sports Editor It was one for the Carihi sports history book. The Carihi Tyees cross country program received a huge boost as the school claimed the Island Age Class Championship at the Grade 10 boy’s level for only the second time in Tyees history last Tuesday at Beaver Lake. Hopes were high going into the meet that the Tyees had the ability to challenge for the title. Led by long distance running phenom Brendan Hoff and the talented Tyrell Barley much depended upon the strength of the pack behind them. In cross country it is the team with the fewest points that wins. Hoff was favorite to win and win he did in impressive fashion. In doing so he earned one point. Barley was hopeful of a top five position and came in a valiant third. The final lap of the race saw Tyees Aidan Quintrell, Dawson Jordan and Kole Harle run a superb team race. Each athlete inspiring each other to push on and pass their opponents. Their goal was to get two of them as high up the field as they could to keep the team points tally as low a possible. “The team work was remarkable and selfless,” said Carihi co-coach John Jepson. “Their goal at the start was to get two inside the top 20. As they turned the final corner they were still packed together and still driving each other on.” It a dramatic finish Quintrell was 10th, Jordan 12th and Harle 14th. “Regardless of the result these six runners gave everything for the team,” added Jepson. It wasn’t until a few hours later that the results were released and Carihi had topped the juggernaut that is Oak Bay to claim the Grade 10 Island championship with a team total of 26 points. The Tyees Grade 9 girl’s also performed superbly and reached their lofty goal of a top three Island finish. The team total was 54 points. Kristen Gage (eighth), Jane Nyswander (11th), Calli Ann Massie (15th) and Aleis Giebelhaus (20th) all gave it their best in a field of 68 runners. Ally Cyr came in 10th in the Grade 10 race with 64 runners. “A number of the girls were running in their first Island championship and they can be rightly proud of their efforts,” said Jepson. Tyees coaches Jepson and Wayne Demerse would like to acknowledge the work of commun-

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Wednesday, Oct. 23, 2013

Campbell River Comets hand out the hardware

The Campbell River Comets Track and Field Club held its annual Awards Night Tuesday, Oct. 8, after another successful season. The club’s focus on having fun and achieving personal bests were punctuated by many outstanding performances by the young athletes throughout the course of the competitive season. The Outstanding Female Athlete of the year was awarded to Josie Simpson, who earned the recognition for her first place Junior ranking Comets 2013 Award winners included, back left, Marcus Savery, Seever Rondquist and Nationally for the 2,000m Steeplechase (hand Jeremy McInnes. Front left, Jaci McPhee, Fergus Hall, Jessica Revoy and Jane Nighswander. timed) and 15th place ranking (electronic timMissing are Tekarra Reierson and Josie Simpson. ing) for the same event. She is also ranked fourth in BC for her age category. Much of her success can be attributed to new distance coach, LIMITED EDITION BOOK and outstanding ultra distance runner, Shelagh Germyn. Seever Rondquist received the Outstanding Male Athlete of the year by achieving a first place Midget ranking Provincially, and second place Nationally for the 600 kg Javelin throw.

His 52.12m distance easily put him atop the BC rankings for his age group. Other award winners included: • Outstanding JD Female(s): Jaci McPhee and Tekarra Reierson • Outstanding JD Male: Fergus Hall • Female Sportsmanship: Jane Nighswander • Male Sportsmanship: Seever Rondquist • Most Improved JD Female: Tekarra Reierson • Most Improved JD Male: Jeremy McInnes • Most Dedicated athlete: Jaci McPhee • Rookie(s) of the Year: Jessica Revoy and Marcus Savery The Comets would also like to thank the Coast Realty Group for presenting them with a $500 cheque from the Brian Bailey Memorial Fund towards assisting future athletes in the sport of track and field next season. Many thanks to Laurie Ann Williamson who was on hand to present the cheque to the Comets.

The Campbell River Masters F.C. 48 and over team travelled to Port Alberni on Saturday and defeated their hosts 3-2 in North Island Men’s Soccer League action. Although playing without the benefit of any substitutes, and forced to borrow a goalie, the Campbell River team nonetheless quickly controlled play from the opening kickoff. Centre midfielders Dave Healey and Robert Rentz combined with outside midfielders Stuart Johnson and Tomas Hajek in quick give and go passing to control the middle of the pitch and create opportunities for forwards Kelly Nelson and Bob Jacques. Sustained control of the ball led to Nelson breaking in on the opposing keeper and slotting a goal early in the first half. Port Alberni counterattacked and midway

through the first half broke down their left wing and crossed the ball through the six yard box to be tapped in by their centre forward. Although victimized twice during the game, defenders Stu Boyley, Art Nelson, Mike Sluggett and Bruce Goddard limited Port Alberni to only three good scoring chances with assertive challenges disrupting the opponent’s passing. The second half had Campbell River taking the lead when Jacques broke in alone and found the corner of the net with a well placed shot past the keeper. The insurance goal was scored by Rentz before the hosts scored their second to make it close. Although Johnson, Hajek, Rentz, Jacques and Nelson managed several good scoring chances, superb play by the Alberni keeper prevented the Masters from running up the score.

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If the equivalent of the First 3 Bi-Weekly Payments exceeds the maximum amount, the customer will be responsible for the balance. First 3 Bi-Weekly (or monthly payment equivalent, as applicable) payments are required from customer. Finance customers will receive a cheque for the amount of their First 3 Bi-Weekly Payments from the dealer. For RCL customers, the first month’s payment will be waived and they will receive a cheque for the amount of one bi-weekly payment - customer will then be responsible for making all of his/her remaining scheduled payments in accordance with their contract. Offer not available to cash purchase customers. Not combinable with CFIP, CPA, GPC, Commercial Upfit Incentive Program or Daily Rental Allowances incentives. ††Offer only valid from September 4, 2013 to October 31, 2013 (the “Offer Period”) to resident Canadians with a Costco membership on or before August 31, 2013. 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School District 72 (Campbell River) .

School District 72 is seeking applications for the following positions: Casual On-Call Educational Assistants For details on applying for

loving memory of Bryan Patrick McGonigle December 15, 1956 - October 11, 2013

It is with great sadness that Kevin and friends regrettably announce the sudden passing of my brother and loyal companion to many, Bryan McGonigle. He is predeceased by his parents Winifred and Patrick McGonigle and his older brother Sean (William) McGonigle. He is survived by his brother Kevin and sister Noelene (Mario) and sister-in-law Jenny. He leaves to mourn as well many dear friends and extended family both in Canada and Australia. He will live on in our hearts and memories forever. Please join us for Happy Hour and snacks in the celebration of his life on Saturday, October 26, 2013 at 3:00pm at the Elks Hall, 516 South Dogwood Street. So....who’s going to bring the Bruschetta? Condolences may be left for the family at: campbellriverfunerals.com

WILLIAM (BILL) REEDYK DECEMBER 3, 1937 − OCTOBER 17, 2013

William (Bill) Reedyk passed away at the age of 75 years on Thursday, October 17, 2013 at his home in Campbell River, BC. Bill was born on December 3, 1937 in Westmaas, Netherlands, to Len and Mary Reedyk. After immigrating to Canada and serving in the Canadian Navy, Bill never lost his love of the ocean. In 1975 he moved his family from Taber, Alberta to the pristine surroundings of Vancouver Island. Bill owned and operated a successful painting company for 26 years, building many meaningful friendships in the community along the way. Bill enjoyed always enjoyed a good laugh, a good cup of coffee and a good game of cribbage, but what Bill really loved was his Saviour, Jesus Christ. He was a member of Campbell River Baptist Church, singing in the choir for many of his years there. He is remembered by his loving and devoted wife of 48 years, Margaret; his children, grandchildren, and numerous relatives and friends. A memorial service will be held at 1pm on Friday, October 25, 2013 at Campbell River Baptist Church, 260 S. Dogwood Street, Campbell River, BC, V9W 6Y7. In lieu of flowers, memorial gifts can be made to the ministries of Campbell River Baptist Church.

this posting, please check the School District’s web site at www.sd72.bc.ca.

GENERAL EMPLOYMENT JOURNEYMAN Automotive Service Technician(s) in Hanna Alberta. Hanna Chrysler Ltd. offers competitive wages from $30/hour, negotiable depending on experience. Bright, modern shop. Full-time permanent with benefits. Friendly town just 2 hours from major urban centres. More info at: hannachrylser.ca. Fax 403854-2845; Email: chrysler@telusplanet.net. WANTED − lady to clean house every 2 weeks for 2 hours. $15.00 hour. Phone 250−286−6895

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Our dear Sophie passed away peacefully at her home with her husband and children beside her. In life her warmth, kindness, laughter and gentle manner touched us all. She faced the end so gracefully. Love you forever darling girl. Sophie was predeceased by father Stefan Rychlik, mother Aniela Rychlik, brother Edward Rychlik, uncle Bruce Fiuk, uncle Lucjan Rychlik and many more in Poland. Sophie is survived by her husband David Guidi, son Jason Guidi, daughter Angela Guidi, niece Theresa (Kevin) Hooper, great niece Gracie and great nephew Noah. Sophie worked for the Ministry of Children & Family Development in the province of B.C. as an office manager. Sophie loved laughter, feeding friends and their children, enjoyed lots of company, fire pits, eating, camping, snow, playing piano, dancing, unplanned road trips, her work, her girls and her home. Sophie was warm and kind, gentle and gracious towards everyone and she was easy to be with. Flowers gratefully declined, a donation in Sophie’s memory made to the Canadian Cancer Society would be greatly appreciated. The family sincerely thank all our relatives and friends, Dr. John Walker, Dr. James Procter, Tammy and Faith at the Campbell River Cancer Clinic, the wonderful home care nurses and Home Care Support Team and everyone involved from the Cancer Centre in Victoria at Royal Jubilee. Your support goes beyond words. A Service for Sophie will be held at St. Patrick’s Catholic Church at 11:00AM on Saturday, October 26, 2013 with a reception to follow in the hall downstairs.

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In loving memory of Patricia Judith Chaytor who passed away September 30, 2013 an open house/luncheon will be held on Saturday, October 26, 2013 from 11:00 am − 2:00 pm in the lodge at Dolphins Resort, Campbell River, B.C.

CELEBRATIONS

ENGAGEMENTS

IMAGINATION UNLIMITED! We’re the home of ShooShoo the Clown AND Campbell River’s original costume rentals! We’re OPEN for Halloween rentals!! Come and check out our huge selection! Call us at our NEW phone number 250−923−0763 for more info, or drop by to 497 Hilchey Rd!

AUCTIONS ENGAGEMENT Along with their families, Tasha Anderosov and Aaron Chamberlin are pleased to announce their engagement. The wedding will take place in Campbell River, BC, August 9, 2014.

STORAGE AUCTION at Ironwood Self Storage 3 Lockers will be sold by silent auction view from 9am-5pm Mon - Sat Call 250-287-2448 Lockers must be vacated by Oct. 25th, 2013.

For More Information Call 250-287-7464

RESTAURANT/ HOTEL

509953 BC Ltd. (dba Tim Hortons) 1325 Island Hwy. or 465 Merecroft, Campbell River, BC

FOOD COUNTER ATTENDANT (30 vacancies) Must be available for: Full Time/Part Time/Shift work/Nights/Overnights/ Early Mornings/Weekends $10.25/hr plus benefits Start date: ASAP No Education or Experience Required Apply at store location. Fax (250) 286-3409

Tim Hortons An Employer you can count on.

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1272 - Castle, Marina, McGimpsey, Mariwood, Wavecrest 56 papers - $40.00 month 1300 - Engles, Mitlenatch, Redonda, Sutil - 49 papers $29.50 month 1302 - Asman, Cambie, Engles, Redonda - 39 papers $21.84 month 1316 - Engles, Peak, Stuart, Victory - 51 papers - $35.00 month 2256 - Passageview Dr - 39 papers - $25.00 month 2140 - Island Hwy, Willow Point, 82 papers -$65.00 month 2148 - Eardley, James - 60 papers - $39.00 month 2178 - Arthur, Baker, Cooper, Hudson, 49 papers $32.00 month BLACK CREEK: 1101 - Clarkson, Eyre, 80 Papers, $64.00 month 1110 - Henderson, Manston, Maple, 57 papers, $36.00 mon

LOST LOST − CAR KEY FOB A black car key fob lost in Beaver Lodge Lands on Saturday, Oct 5, 2013. Reward offered. 250−287−5923 tyeegal@live.ca

PSYCHICS TRUE PSYCHICS For Answers call now 24/7 Toll free 1-877-342-3032 Mobile: #4486 www.truepsychics.ca

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TRADES HELP AUTOMATED TANK Manufacturing Inc. is looking for experienced welders. Competitive wages, profit sharing bonus plus manufacturing bonus incentive. Full insurance package 100% paid by company. Good working environment. Keep your feet on the ground in a safe welding environment through in hole manufacturing process. No scaffolding or elevated work platform. Call Cindy for an appointment or send resume to: cindy@autotanks.ca. 780-846-2231 (Office); 780-846-2241 (Fax).

WORK WANTED J.P.S. HOUSECLEANING. Specializing in moving in/out, general cleaning, carpets. Accepting new clients. Call Judy 250-286-3963 or 250203-1567, sit back, it’s done! WHITE RAVEN Housecleaning and Maintenance. Seniors rates. CR & area References available. Lisa 250−895−9816.

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APARTMENTS/ CONDOS FOR RENT BEACHWOOD MANOR Bachelor & 2 bdrm Apt’s avail. Clean, quiet building with easy access to Rotary Seawalk. NO Pets 250-923-2816

DISCOVERY RIDGE APARTMENTS 2 bdrm apts. Very clean building, catering to quiet mature tenants. On site manager. Participating in crime free housing program. No pets. References required.

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RETIREMENT Apartments, All Inclusive. Meals, transportation, activities daily. Short Leases. Monthly Specials! Call 877-210-4130

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LEGAL SERVICES CRIMINAL RECORD? Don’t let it block employment, travel, education, professional, certification, adoption, property rental opportunities. For peace of mind & a free consultation call 1-800-347-2540.

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250-204-0956 By appointment only.

TELEPHONE SERVICES DISCONNECTED PHONE? National Teleconnect Home Phone Service. No One Refused! Low Monthly Rate! Calling Features and Unlimited Long Distance Available. Call National Teleconnect Today! 1-866-443-4408. www.nationalteleconnect.com

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GARAGE SALES CAMPBELL RIVER MOVING SALE ENTIRE CONTENTS MUST GO! Sat Oct 26th ONLY #206- 650 South Isl Hwy High end bdrm suite, electric fp, webber bbq, out door bistro set,dishes etc.

67−951 HOMEWOOD RD. ESTATE SALE Rain or shine Saturday, Oct. 26, 9:00 AM − 1:00 PM

DRY FIR FIREWOOD for sale. Split and delivered. By the cord or large pick up load. 250−286−0370.

FOR SALE - MISC BUTCHER SUPPLIES, Leather + Craft Supplies and Animal Control Products. Get your Halfords 136 page Free Catalog 1-800-3537864 or Email: order@halfordhide.com Visit our Web Store: www.halfordsmailorder.com HOT TUB New Kensington drop in.6’x3’ 79Gcentre drain Pumps heater.12 jets. Still in box $1500 new,$600.obo. 250−923−5152

WANTED WANTED FUTON/MATTRESS. Would like to buy a futon/ mattress in good condition 250−914−3414

PETS 3 FREE KITTENS Two white fe− males, one black male. 250−287−2821

REG’D BELGIAN Malinois pups, from top European working bloodlines. Avail mid Nov. good homes with exp. a must. (250)333-8862 weldonbay@gmail.com

PET SERVICES MEETZ Pet Grooming now available. Show us this ad. You receive 15% off on grooming To book call 778−346−3388

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SEAVIEW MANOR APARTMENTS 860 ALDER St. Corner of Alder & 9th Ave, 1 & 2 BR Apts for Rent, Includes heat, water & parking, secure building with onsite Manager 250-286-6513

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C/R, 2 bdrm suite in 4 plex near town, schools. All amenities. Hardwood floors, new exterior. Avail now. $725/mo. 250-889-9353. Email boarsnest@shaw.ca

HOUSES FOR RENT 3 BDRM, 1/2 ACRE lot, very quiet, surrounded by undeveolped acreage, room for RV parking and gardens, min form downtown, n/s, no pets, refs req’d, $1100/m. Call (250)923-4941 C.R. PREMIERE ACCOMMODATION has executive waterfront homes, townhouses and suites fully furnished and equipped for short term rental. 250-203-4639 www.campbellriverrentals.com

4BR/3BA 4.1 ACRE $354,900 Split level − Beautiful private park like setting. This home has many updates. Quiet cul de sac, close to all amenities and levels of school. 250−830−1022 igothope@shaw.ca

INDUSTRIAL/ COMMERCIAL 900 SQ.FT. at 220 Dogwood Plaza. Renovated. Reas. rate. 250-286-6865..

AUTOMOTIVE

AUTO MISCELLANEOUS SAVE ON SUNDAY TRUCKS from $19.95 plus km

GET YOUR COMPLETE LIST of all our available rentals and for sale properties online: www.campbellriverproperty management.ca Call 250.286.0110, Toll Free 1.888.986.0110

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AUTOMOTIVE WANTED CASH paid for some vehicles. Fast, free removal of most others. Big or small we remove them all. 250-287-6969

Women’s Wildcats hockey results The following are Campbell River Women’s Wildcat Hockey League results from last week at Strathcona Gardens. Cheetahs 6 Leopards 2 Period 1 1. Cheetahs - Lindley Little (Elaine Popove, Stephanie Kool); 2. Cheetahs Nicole Luchanski (unassisted); 3. Cheetahs - Jill West (Little, Luchanski) Period 2 4. Leopards - Dawn Hogue (Erika Watkins, Melinda Martin); 5. Cheetahs - Little (Kool); 6. Cheetahs - Christine Lilyholm (West) Period 3 7. Cheetahs - Luchanski (unassisted); 8. Leopards - Erin Harrison (unassisted) Goalies: Cheetahs - Laurie Herman; Leopards - Kaitie White Jaguars 7 Leopards 5 Period 1 1. Jaguars - Christine Lilyholm (Christine Wright, Melissa Burns); 2. Jaguars - Ali Rodway (Tracey Rodway, Candice Tripp); 3. Jaguars - T. Rodway (A. Rodway, Leah Kay); 4. Leopards - Melissa Tremblay (Brianna Forberg); 5. Leopards - Suzanne Berg (unassisted) Period 2 6. Jaguars - A. Rodway (T. Rodway); 7. Leopards - Nicole Luchanski (Forberg); 8. Leopards - Stacey Chow (Forberg, Jen Kask); 9. Jaguars - A. Rodway ( Kay, T. Rodway); 10. Jaguars - A. Rodway (Burns) Period 3 11. Leopards - Forberg (Michelle Batch); 12. Jaguars - Lilyholm (Jill West, Yuki Ishida) Goalies: Jaguars - Kaitie White; Leopards - Deb Benoit Leopards 3 Cheetahs 1 Period 1 1. Cheetahs - Kirsty Walde (unassisted); 2. Leopards - Melinda Martin (unassisted) Period 2 3. Leopards - Martin ( Tammy Dodge, Rebecca Eager); 4. Leopards - Danielle Robertson ( Shannon McKirgan, Kristi Super) Goalies: Leopards - Brooke Lewis; Cheetahs - Lorrie Herman

Jaguars 11 Leopards 6 Period 1 1. Jaguars - Christine Lilyholm ( Yuki Ishida); 2. Jaguars - Christine Wright ( Lilyholm); 3. Jaguars - Ali Rodway ( Tracey Rodway); 4. Leopards - Kourtenay Langlois (Nicole Luchanski); 5. Leopards - Luchanski (unassisted); 6. Jaguars - Melissa Stewart ( Candice Tripp, Melissa Burns); 7. Leopards - Langlois (Luchanski); 8. Jaguars - Wright (Leah Kay) Period 2 9. Leopards - Lindsay Purdy (Jen Kask, Cheri Butterfield); 10. Jaguars - T. Rodway ( Ishida, Lilyholm); 11. Jaguars - Stewart (unassisted); 12. Leopards - Langlois (unassisted); 13. Jaguars - Lilyholm (Wright); 14. Leopards - Suzanne Berg (unassisted); 15. Jaguars - Ishida (unassisted); 16. Jaguars - Wright (unassisted) Period 3 17. Jaguars - Lilyholm (Ishida) Lynx 5 Tigers 5 Period 1 1. Tigers - Brianna Forberg (unassisted); 2. Lynx - Tracey Rodway (Leah Kay); 3. Tigers - Christine Lilyholm (Shannon Hagen) Period 2 4. Tigers - Connie Lawson (Melissa Stewart, Forberg); 5. Lynx - Tracey Rodway (Melissa Tremblay); 6. Tigers - Lilyholm (Forberg); 7. Lynx - Kay (T. Rodway) Period 3 8. Lynx - T. Rodway (unassisted); 9. Tigers - Kirsty Walde (Hagen, Lawsen); 10. Lynx - Nola Ordano (Kay, T. Rodway)

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