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2013-11-22 1:17 AM ........................3.55 feet 2013-11-22 8:49 AM ...................13.67 feet 2013-11-22 3:59 PM..................... 10.32 feet 2013-11-22 6:41 PM .....................11.20 feet 2013-11-23 1:57 AM .......................4.24 feet 2013-11-23 9:33 AM ...................13.56 feet 2013-11-23 4:57 PM ........................9.94 feet 2013-11-23 7:29 PM....................10.65 feet 2013-11-24 2:41 AM........................5.07 feet 2013-11-24 10:16 AM...................13.48 feet 2013-11-24 5:53 PM........................9.34 feet 2013-11-24 8:34 PM....................10.08 feet 2013-11-25 3:27 AM .......................5.98 feet 2013-11-25 10:56 AM ..................13.42 feet 2013-11-25 6:43 PM........................8.53 feet 2013-11-25 10:17 PM...................... 9.67 feet

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RCMP say they will work with dog rescuers Continued from page 1. In the case of the dogs now known as the “Reef Babies”, the RCMP admit they took them out to a beach and left them there. Not quite so says Maggie TyermanNorbjerg, who was contacted by someone who had rescued the emaciated and frightened dogs from the reef and asked her to come and get them. “I am sickened and disgusted that in this day and age, anyone would treat any animal with such disregard,” she said. “I contacted the RCMP there and told the Sergeant I would not rest until we found the person responsible for this. Then I find out that it was the RCMP who dumped these dogs, Photo by Sian Thomson they say, on the beach. These dogs did not Tyerman-Norbjerg kisses rescued dog Isaac. get out onto that reef on their own (from that beach). The water is freezing. Once the She will be atop Big Rock in Campbell River Saturday raising money for his vet bills. See story tide came in, they would perish.” Tyerman-Norbjerg is caring for the dogs, below. now named Jonah and Isaac, at her resiNeither dog has shown any signs of aggression dence until she finds a suitable foster home. whatsoever. ” “When my friend saw these dogs on the Tyerman-Norbjerg said that their condition reef it looked like only one dog at first, was poor, with parasites, swollen bellies, malbecause the little pup was hiding under the nutrition and they were skeletal. body of the other one, who was protecting Corporal Lagan said that not all dogs are him,” she said. “Although they are two males, uncared for in the community, “but a lot of they act like a mother and her pup. I cannot them are not curling up on the couch in the see how a three-month-old puppy still trying evening eating kibble.” to nurse can possibly pose a threat to anyone. Lagan said the RCMP is working with the

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On Saturday Nov. 23 at 2 p.m. Maggie Tyerman-Norbjerg will climb up on the Big Rock on the Old Island Highway and experience, a little bit, what the abandoned “reef babies” of Kyoquot went through last week after being found abandoned on an ocean reef. A thousand dollars in donations will bring her down off the rock and the money will go towards veterinary care for Jonah and Isaac, who are recovering from long-term neglect and their hypothermic experience. “Rock the Dogs is to bring awareness to the epidemic of dog dumping,” said Tyerman-Norbjerg. “Have you ever been cold, alone, scared, hungry and hurting? Rescuers who take these abandoned dogs in and nurse them back to health need our community’s support. These dogs have nobody. Will you please be their somebody?” Donation jars will be located at True Blue Pet Supplies, Woofies, Dogwood Pet Mart, Coastland Veterinary Hospital, Hair Squared and K-9 Design. Also Dogwood Pet Mart has donated two gift certificates for a draw. One for $50 for cat food and one for $75 for dog food, as well as a bag of dog food for Isaac and Jonah, who will be missing their adopted mom on Saturday night unless donations bring her home sooner.

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were not taken to the reef. They were dropped off at a beach. I don’t know how they got out there (to the reef).” “How can they possibly believe that abandoning a dog to die a slow death of starvation, cold, wet, hungry and alone is acceptable in any way whatsoever,” said Tyerman-Norbjerg. “Especially when, with a click of the computer they could have found the resources and information needed to deal with the dogs in a humane manner, the SPCA, rescue organizations. In this day and age, this behaviour is not acceptable from anyone, but especially when it is done by persons of authority that know it is wrong.” For information on how to foster or adopt Jonah and Isaac, contact Maggie at maggie. mae.5099@facebook.com sthomson@courierislander.com

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band and will likely reach out to dog rescue organizations to help the situation. “Right now we are often in a quandary about what to do,” he said. “If the dogs are somewhat feral we relocate them and let them fend for themselves but we are quite rightly justified to euthanize dangerous dogs on the spot with our firearm. People have to put this situation in the context of where we are located. Kids here play in the street, the street is their home. With the feral dog population, wildlife come to the community because they see the dogs as a food source. We have to protect the village kids and as long as the dogs keep multiplying it will continue to get worse.” Lagan believes it is possible to get a handle on this in a short period of time with the right help. “This was an unusual event. But the dogs

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Campbellton group gets 42% of requested funding By Neil Cameron Campbell River Courier-Islander Everyone seems to appreciate the work the Campbellton Neighbourhood Association (CNA) is doing, but both city council and some Campbellton businesses want some things to improve. Campbell River city council

denied a request for $3,000 from the CNA during Tuesday night’s council meeting, but did approve $1,260 to cover their rent. Councillor Andy Adams admitted it’s not a large amount, but he worried about setting a precedent with somewhat similar organizations who are required to come to the table with funding of their own before

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asking help from the city. And Councillor Claire Moglove, after council approved just the rent amount, said a letter from a group of Campbellton businesses about the CNA causes her concern. The letter on behalf of the businesses said that while they applaud the efforts of the CNA, they are concerned that they have had little or no communications or consultations with the group. “I don’t think the city should be in the position of funding an organization that’s not inclusive,” said Moglove. “I think this let-

Kerr says $3,000 for Campbellton small compared to ‘9.5 $50,000’ By Neil Cameron Campbell River Courier-Islander Campbell River city councillor Ron Kerr defended a funding request from the Campbellton Neighbourhood Association (CNA) during Tuesday night’s council meeting. And in doing so, took a shot at the money spent on the 3.5/9.5 acre downtown development charette

process. He said the CNA was only asking for $3,000 for all of Campbellton, which he said paled in comparison to the $50,000 in consultant fees the city paid for the consultant company doing work on the 9.5 acre parcel of waterfront land, of which the city owns 3.5 acres. The Campbell River Indian band owns the rest. “They (CNA) are not a secret society, they are doing the work of

By Sian Thomson Campbell River Courier-Islander The Campbell River Filipino Canadian Cultural Association “Appeal for Help Charity, Dinner and Dance” has changed the time for

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staff,” said Kerr. “If we hired consultants it would be costing the city a lot more. This is operations work, they’re not sitting around working on their own little project, they are working for the betterment of the whole community, the whole community of Campbell River, specifically for Campbellton.” Council eventually voted to give the CNA $1,260 of the request for $3,000. ncameron@courierislander.com

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should involve all stakeholders. Collectively, we have invested substantially in the Campbellton area and would welcome the opportunity to participate in any process that will ultimately benefit the area.” The letter was signed by Ambleside Land Ltd. Bonaventure Land Corp., Central Island Investments, E&D Properties Ltd., Ry-Chris Holdings Ltd., DJB Investments Inc., Bailey Western Star Trucks Inc., G&L Bailey Holdings Ltd., Wacor Holdings Ltd. and Long Island Contracting Ltd. ncameron@courierislander.com

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Filipino performances. The general memberships of the Association will be cooking their ethnic Filipino dishes to be served at the event. The fee for the event is ‘by donation”. All proceeds will be donated to the victims of this tragedy. The federal government has agreed to match any funds raised by Canadians so Campbell River’s contribution will be doubled. At Tuesday’s night meeting Campbell River city council voted to waive the rental fee for the Community Centre. sthomson@courierislander.com

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CAMPBELL RIVER AIRPORT HAD A PRETTY GOOD YEAR IN 2012

CRAA says Rivercorp might be needed to make deals By Neil Cameron Campbell River Courier-Islander There is a charter operator interested in running a direct flight schedule to and from Campbell River and Fort McMurray but the Campbell River Airport Authority (CRAA) can’t cut a deal to make it happen. Airport Authority Chair Susan Sinnot alluded to that during a report on the CRAA during Tuesday night’s council meeting. She was responding to city councillor Larry Samson’s question about attracting new business. “We see ourselves as a policy board that

sets policy for staff to achieve,” she said. “We have set our policy on what we believe council wants the airport to achieve. So if you want to achieve more scheduled flights we would love to hear from you as our owners and we would re-set our policy to drive the management decisions. Right now we set our policy at a very basic level which is to provide a safe and efficient airport for the benefit of Campbell River.” Sinnot also said that under the current structure, the CRAA is limited as far as what incentives it could offer airline companies. The report outlined that problem and suggested it might be something the city wants to

look into in the future. “A major policy debate for city council, from this report on structural change,” read the report, “will be degree of uniformity of city operations, including the Campbell River Airport versus allowance for specialized oversight that may not be completely consistent with existing city operational policy.” Sinnot said Campbell River Airport is wellsuited for direct flights to Alberta and one solution to making it happen would be to get Rivercorp, the city’s at-arms’-length business development office, involved somehow. She said Rivercorp might be able to make it happen because under the current CRAA struc-

Extraordinary cougar sightings causes MLA Trevena concern People on North Vancouver Island are reporting an “extraordinary number” of cougar sightings. North Island MLA Claire Trevena says that during meetings with constituents on the North Island she was concerned about the number of sightings and incidents that are occurring.

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centre median of the new highway has the potential to be a true beauty spot and is the brain-child of City Councillor Ron Kerr. This Sunday, Nov 24 at 10 a.m. a team of volunteers will assemble in the Eagles Club parking lot. They plan to aid in the clean-up of the property including clearing off the small alders and invasive plants. The cleanup is organized by the Campbellton Neighourhood Assoc (CNA) as well as Adopt A Highway members. “Community volunteers willing to join the Sunday cleanup crew are most welcome, “says Brian Shaw, cochair of the CNA. “We discovered the pool while broom busting in the median this spring,” said Shaw. “Removing truckloads of broom and scrub-alders revealed a tranquil pool,” added Kerr, “and our work crew were astonished that such an attractive spot had been concealed for years by rough bush.” Volunteers are requested to bring gloves, boots, clippers, shovels, ropes and chain saws. Pick-up trucks will be very useful to haul away the refuse to the nearby depository on Willis Road. For those planning to attend please leave a message at 250 202 7590.

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City invites input during upcoming budget meetings You have the opportunity to provide Campbell River city council with comments, concerns and suggestions at the beginning of the Dec. 9 and 10 financial plan meetings. People can register to speak (five minutes maximum per person) or send written comments for council to review, as long as comments have arrived by 8:30 a.m. on Monday, Dec. 9. Financial Plan meetings will be held in the Campbell River City Hall Council Chambers at 301 St. Ann’s Road on Monday, Dec. 9 from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. and Tuesday, Dec. 10 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Additional Financial Plan meetings will be scheduled in January as required. Register in advance to speak by

calling 250-286-5700. People unable to attend in person are invited to send comments in writing by either emailing them to info@ campbellriver.ca or by delivering or mailing them to City Hall: 301 St. Ann’s Road, Campbell River, BC, V9W 4C7. Financial Plan documents will be available in the Council Agendas section of the city’s website (www. campbellriver.ca) by Wednesday, Dec. 4. Council meetings can be viewed live in the council webcast section on the City’s website and will also be televised the following day on Shaw TV. For additional information phone 250-286-5700 or email info@campbellriver.ca.

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to Bear. The dog’s health is slowly improving as his demeanor. He is less withdrawn and is starting to wag his tail as he meets so many donors who have come by the house where he lives with Shalaine Lawson, his rescuer. There are several ways you can donate to his care. Contact Van Isle Veterinary Hospital and donate over the phone to the Shalaine Lawson/Bear account, 250334-8400, attend the Bottle Depot at 1580 Willow Street in Campbellton and the proceeds from your bottle returns, or cash, can be donated to the Bear/ Lawson Fund or call Shalaine directly and come over to her home to donate and to meet Bear in person, 250-2036646 sianthomson@courierislander.com

City staff’s coffee fund of $500 part of Bear funding Bear the abandoned dog who made headlines around the Island and on Global BC continues to recover from his health problems thanks to donations from many Campbell River community members. One of the first groups to step forward was the Carihi Band, who will hold a fund raiser for Bear on Wednesday, Dec. 19 during their Christmas concert. Directed by band teacher Jim Vining, the event takes place in the Multi Purpose room at the school. Pinecrest School is having a bottle drive for Bear on Dec. 2, 3 and 4. Finally a group of decaffeinated staff members at city hall used the money from their coffee fund and donated $500

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The only refuge is in humility, an utterly convinced, completely self-effacing humility before the complexity of truth and the even greater complexity of human nature, in the solemn certainty that complete impartiality and complete honesty are beyond the power of man, no matter how he may strain for them. In this there is a measure of help towards the proper balance of head and heart and law that yields a fair decision. - Roderick Haig-Brown

Our View Budget time an interesting time

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Budget deliberations are in the works for Campbell River city council starting in December. They will be deciding what to spend and what not to spend in 2014. They will also be deciding on how much a tax increase there will be. Because despite Mayor Walter Jakeway’s fervent desire of no tax increase, a tax increase it will be. What kind of a tax increase and who bears the most burden are other unknown questions. The last few years has seen residential taxpayers taking the big hits, while businesses have been virtually left alone. Does council want to change that and put more expense on business just when the economy is picking up? It’s also an election year. Mayor Jakeway has said he will run again and he says he wants to reduce city expenses by 20 per cent. As he has learned in the past, no matter what he wants, he has to get it by council. And there’s a block of four who have, for the past couple of years, made sure that doesn’t happen. There is no idea what a preliminary budget looks like. But you can be assured there’s a tax increase that someone’s going to have to pick up. Or it’s a tax increase that council will have to be creative about to keep it from double digits yet again. City reserves have to be addressed and the infrastructure work on water and sewers is and will be an ongoing process. So it will be interesting to see who and from what sector comes to the council budget meetings in December where they will be invited to let council know how they feel. There will be a five minute time limit per person Thank you for your article on crosswalk and you must register in advance. safety. I live in Maryland Estates and I find When council resumes the budget deliberations in the crosswalk at Maryland and the Island January, we’re pretty sure they are going to have a lot to Highway to be quite dangerous. In order to press the crossing button, you think about. You might want to contribute to that.

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have to walk onto the shoulder and drivers can’t see you well. It is even worse when I am out with my son in the stroller. I would like to suggest that the city install pedestrian controlled traffic lights as

has Vancouver. Drivers respond better to green, amber and red, than they do to a flashing yellow light. It is simply easier to see a real stoplight. Drivers would be no more inconvenienced by having to stop for a red pedestrian light than they are for a flashing crosswalk light; however, it would be significantly safer for everyone. Lila Armstrong

Trophy hunting a dangerous game

I have no quarrel with hunters. him. I imagine Cheeky was shamAs a matter of fact I admire the man bling toward Mister Stoner looking or woman who goes out and harfor a handout about the time the vests his or her own protein. Such heavy calibre bullets smashed into people are less hypocritical than oh, his chest. Or maybe he was just standing on his hind legs sniffing say, me. I harvest my protein from the wind and wonthe local supermarket, letdering what the odd ting someone else do the creature in camoudirty work of shifting said flage clothes squintprotein from the forest or Arthur Black ing down a shiny the feedlot to my dinner stick was doing in plate. his neighbourhood. I respect subsistence Oh well, it’s not hunters, but trophy huntas if Mister Stoner ers — people who hunt is singular in any just for the thrill of killing way, or breaking something big? the law, come to I don’t think so. that. Killing grizI’m thinking specificzlies is big business ally of one Clayton Stoner, a BC boy who recently had his pic- in British Columbia. The province sells killing rights in two trophy ture taken holding up the severed head of a grizzly he shot on the BC hunts every year. Between 2001 and 2011 nearly 3,000 grizzlies — 900 coast near Bella Bella. of them females — were killed by Must have been real tough to shoot the grizzly, which was known trophy hunters. Is this a popularly supported as “Cheeky” to the folks who knew

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set by bear-management policy. There are only about 15,000 grizzlies in the entire province. By sanctioning the killing of more than 300 prime animals a year we’re cutting it fine. According to biologist Kyle Artelle, grizzlies “have great difficulties recovering from population declines. A sow may have a litter of three young every three years.” What’s even scarier: money maker for the government? we only think there are Hardly. First Nations oppose it, 15,000 grizzlies left. It’s a governenvironmentalists decry it — and 80 ment estimate — from the same per cent of all British Columbians geniuses who ran the east coast cod want it stopped. fishery into extinction. Especially since the government It’s a dangerous game to play, handles it so ineptly. Each year the risking the future of such a magnifinumber of kills exceeds the limits cent species.

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I would like to send a big bouquet of roses to all the people who helped me find my car and house keys on the Beaver We would love to give Lodge Trail on Wed. Nov. 13th. a huge bouquet of roses to I was walking my dog on the trail each of the following busithat morning while my youngest nesses who contributed to making our daughter was in preschool. wedding this past September a HUGE As I was walking back to the parksuccess: Sequoia Springs Golf Course ing lot, I realized that my keys were (choosing this venue for the location missing. I turned around right away for our nuptials and reception was and started walking back and I asked the best decision — Linda and Craig, everyone I came across along on your food, service, and help was the way if they had seen my keys on outstanding!), Bouquets and Baskets the trail. Most of the people I came (Bridgette, the flowers were incredacross stopped and listened to me ible and your personal service was and offered to look around. One lady Belated roses to Ian Sentence on appreciated), Delta Jewellers (Verna — her name is Jackie — was stopQuadra Island. He continues to help and Linda, thank you for providing us with exceptional customer service with garden chores,, keeps us laugh- ping and asking other people about my keys on my behalf. One person and helping us choose our rings, you ing and still paints fabulous water she talked to eventually found my ROCK (literally), Divas Bridal (Tina colours. Keep it up Ian. From Some of Us Ladies on keys. It turns out that another person for being so helpful and patient as Quadra had hung them up on a trail sign. we chose the bridesmaids gowns and I would like to extend a huge getting them here on time!), Gourmet “Thank you” all these people who We wish to convey our heartfelt Essentials (again, exceptional cusgratitude to the staff of B. C. Timber were so compassionate and helpful to tomer service in helping us choose a stranger who lost their keys (includwedding party gifts), Hilcam Trophies Sales and the Ministry of Forests, ing all the high school students out (thanks for being so accommodating Lands and Natural Resources who for a run). Because of their efforts I donated directly to our family or to to help get our gifts engraved with aid agencies who are assisting in the was able to get to school and pick up such a short lead time), Thrifty’s my daughter on time. relief efforts for typhoon Hiayan in Bakery (Jeanine, the cake exceeded I moved here with my family three the Philippines. My wife’s family in expectations!), Jim’s Clothes Closet years ago. I am even more happy to the Philippines were all affected in (providing your help and expertise), find that our family is living in such one way or another but were lucky Merle Norman Cosmetics (Teghan, thanks for adding the finishing touch- in that they all survived. Most of the a nice community where people help each other out so much. We will be family lives in Ormoc City, but her es to the Bride and Bridesmaids), there for you if the opportunity arises. Tangles (your staff is so talented — a sister in Tacloban City lost everyKeiko special thanks to Shari who made the thing. They are in temporary shelter or living with relatives. May God Bride feel like a Queen), Akropolis

In response to “Fed Up” in Friday’s roses and thorns. I am a mother who is often out walking with my son in his stroller. I always have our dog with us, a large mixedbreed, on leash. We have daily run-ins with owners of small dogs who are on extend-y leashes whose owners let their dogs run as far as the leash allows. I tell these owners that my dog is not friendly and ask them to please reel in their dogs. I am met with angry looks or completely ignored as our dogs end up in a confrontation, often initiated by the small dog. It is difficult for me to handle the stroller and my two tangled dogs. I will keep my big dog on her leash if small dog owners will extend the same courtesy and keep their dogs Mayor Walter Jakeway deserves a huge bouquet of roses for listening to within arms’ reach. my concern about the disappearing bike path across from the Seawalk sign Over Extended below First and South Island Highway (at the bottom of Hidden Harbour Hill). You were out the same day we discussed it, taking photos to present to Roses to the Altrusa Club city staff. The workers did a great job and I feel this project will reduce stress for once again making a to traffic and save injuries and lives. Thanks for making my city a better very generous donation to place, and easier place to love and enjoy. the Campbell River Women’s Centre. Linda Wrightson

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and is a +2. Last season he finished with 47 points in 65 games while rolling up 143 penalty minutes. ***** This Sunday, in chilly Regina, the 101st Grey Cup pits the hometown Saskatchewan Roughriders against the Hamilton Tiger-Cats. Now, being a diehard Riders fan, of course, I’m going to predict Saskatchewan will win the Grey Cup in front of over 50,000 fellow rabid Rider faithful. Final score Saskatchewan 38 PussyCats 10. I asked some Campbell Riverites their prediction for Sunday’s game (3:40 p.m. kick-off on TSN) and it seems I’m not the only person in Campbell River who thinks the Riders will win. In fact, of the 11 people who responded all 11 took the Riders. Pretty smart I’d say. The following are my Grey Cup straw poll results: • Saskatchewan 32 Hamilton 23 - Mayor Walter Jakeway • Roughriders 31 Tiger-Cats 23 - Councillor Andy Adams, who added “But it is the CFL, and anything can happen.” • Saskatchewan 30 Hamilton 17 Soccer U13 boy’s coach Steve Hall • Saskatchewan 31 Hamilton 17 - Timberline Wolves girl’s volleyball coach Terry Philp • Roughriders 34 Tiger-Cats 17 NI Riptide boy’s U16 manager Scott Cessford. “However I’m rooting for the T-Cats, anyone but Rider-nation.” • Roughriders by 10 points Ardent Angler Jeremy Maynard • Saskatchewan 31 Tiger-Cats 24 - Carihi Tyees soccer guru John Jepson • Saskatchewan 28 Hamilton 24 - Councillor Larry Samson • Saskatchewan 33 Hamilton 31 Campbell River 8-Ball Association’s Art Straw • Saskatchewan 31 Hamilton 27 Campbell River Athletic Association boy’s rugby coach Darren Munro • Riders 42 Tiger-Cats 31 - Campbell River Athletic Association’s girl’s rugby coach Erin Young. All I can say is - Go Riders Go! kzaharia@courierislander.com

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The Timberline Wolves Island AAA senior girl’s volleyball championship team includes, front left, Sarah Chase, Faryn Elhorn, Aryn Murray, Nicole Herbert and Brooklyn Reesor. Back left, Hayley Zumkeller, Megan Turko, coach Terry Philp, Tommi Corder, Ana Christensen, Kaitlyn Herbert and Ray-Ann Caffery.

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eight years. “The entire team played great and I am very proud of their composure, athleticism, sportsmanship and fight,” said The Timberline Wolves put an longtime Wolves coach Terry Philp. exclamation point on their Provincial The Wolves started out pool play No. 1 AAA senior girl’s volleyball defeating Victoria’s Reynolds 25-14, ranking and they did it in front of their 25-14 in front of 500 Timberline stuhometown fans. dents. The Wolves pounced on their “Playing in front of that many opposition in laying claim to the Vancouver Island AAA title at the tour- people was a good rehearsal for the nament played at Timberline Friday and provincials,” added Philp. Timberline then went on to beat Saturday. Frances Kelsey (Mill Bay) 25-7, 25-6 The Wolves rang up five straight wins in winning what was an amazing and Nanaimo in an exciting match 2325, 25-18, 15-10. six Island championships in the last

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Winning their pool gave the Wolves a bye to the semifinal where they played SMU in a best of five match. Timberline won in three straight sets, 25-12, 25-11, 25-9. In the final, the Wolves defeated Nanamio once again, this time in straight sets 25-13, 25-20, 25-19 in front of another good sized crowd. Timberline’s Tommi Corder and Sarah Chase were named to the Island all-star team. The Wolves Brooklyn Reesor was named tournament MVP. The Wolves are now off to Provincials Nov. 28-30, at Seaquam Secondary in Delta.

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Last weekend the Campbell River Killer Whales Swim Club competed in their first heats and finals meet of the season at the Island Pacific Cup in Victoria. Over 35 Killer Whales headed down Island to race and the results were outstanding; three new club records were broken and the team qualified three new swimmers for higher level meets. One of the superstars of the weekend was Cianna Dunn, who broke two club records in the 200m butterfly and 400m IM in the 12 and under girl’s category. Mackenzie Padington also broke a club record break in the 400m IM in the 13 and 14 girl’s age group, breaking her own record from last season. Kasey Lathangue, Deigo Alvarez de Lorenzana, Travis Lathangue and Lilan Forsyth all had outstanding meets as well with lots of best times and incredible racing. Kasey Lathangue’s 400m free on Saturday had three best times in one event which is always the making of a great race. Alvarez de Lorenzana raced four finals plus a relay Saturday night getting best times in all the races his races. Emilie Diemer swam at her first meet ever at the Island Pacific Cup which took place at the Commonwealth Pool, which can be an intimidating pool for any level of swimmer. She had a big smile on her face through the whole weekend Photo by Ken Zaharia and raced her heart out in her individual races and relays. Julia Alguire and Sydney Boyle swam to their second Campbell River Junior Development Predators Amelia Nimmon, right, AAA time standard in 100m free and 400m free respectivetrack down the ball against Comox Valley at the Campbell River Youth Soccer Association’s U12 Girl’s Jamboree held Sunday at Pinecrest School. ly, qualifying them for Swim BC’s AAA Championships at the end of January. Aleah Jordan, swimming in a very tough The Predators were joined by five other U12 teams from the Island. age group, swam fast enough to get her first AA time and came so close in many of her other races to getting another. The Killer Whales will be back in the pool Dec. 1 at the Winter Classic taking place at Strathcona Gardens pool.

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U18 rugby teams advance to Island finals On Sunday the Campbell River/Comox Kickers U18 men’s and women’s rugby teams played in the Vancouver Island semifinals at Cumberland Village Park in Cumberland. And both teams will be making the trip to their respective Island championship games following convincing semi wins. First up, the second ranked Campbell River/Comox U18 women faced the Velox Valkaries from Victoria and had little difficulty on the way to a 44-0 win. Tries were recorded by Lauren Sargent with three, Kristine Osachuk and Chloe Baird with two each and Dawson German with one, with two conversions by Osachuk. “So many tasks that we struggled with a bit during the season were completed with success today, from keeping calm during breakdowns, using space, protecting the ball in contact, to supporting our speedsters on their runs.” said Kickers assistant coach Erin Young. “This team is in their first year and includes girls from four different schools and all experience levels. To qualify for the Island finals is a great accomplishment and they should all be proud.” The finals are this Sunday at Cowichan RFC. Kick-off is at 11:30 a.m. The U18 men played their North Island rivals the Nanaimo Hornets in the second game of the day and also came away victorious

with a score of 56-5. After a close opening 10 minutes of the first half which saw the score tied the bigger and more experienced Kickers started to control the tempo and pace of the game with some excellent forwards play. The Kickers were able to score two more tries before half time by Trevor Caton and Jackson Locker going into the half leading 15-5. The second half started with tries from Callum Passingham and Foster Dewitt and two more from Caton putting the game out of reach for the visiting Hornets. Arne Neuman had a strong game for the Kickers including a 55 metre run off of a Nanaimo kickoff for a try under the posts. After playing in the forwards for most of the game the Kickers then started to play some entertaining and open rugby which saw Caton control the backs with some excellent playcalling and helped Blair Schmelz and Brad Doig finish the day with a try each. The men travel to Victoria Sunday to take on the powerhouse Oak Bay CastawayWanderers in the Island

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Continued from page 1. from previous plantings, but On that chilly morning volall but two counted Wednesday unteers Michael Swanston, Bob were wild fish. Tonkin and Frank Jamieson Not far to the south waded in the small chilly pool Black Creek, the key indicaright below the counting fence tor stream for wild coho on trying to net the coho gathered the East Coast of Vancouver there. Island, also had a great return. From there it was to the As of Thursday, Department loading buckets with their prize of Fisheries and Ocean figures where Swanston and Barry show a preliminary return of Photo by Neil Cameron over 9,000 fish. That’s well Allingham helped transfer fish Dave Cunning with a large male Woods Creek coho. from net to bucket. above the 2012 total of 5,317 Then the bucket was handed and much better than the 2011 daughter Jamie for clipping, measuring and to Rick Buchanan and Bill Murray who total of 3,433. recording before being released upstream. took the salmon to Dave Cunning and his Continued on page 28. A few of the fish are of hatchery origin,

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Continued from page 26. Returns to the Campbell Quinsam River systems were also at a five year high for coho with 12,750 returning this year. Grant Erickson of the SCS said

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October 17, 1931 - November 13, 2013 It is with deep sadness that the family of Joe LeFort announce his sudden passing. Joe is survived by Eva, his wife of 56 years, as well as his daughter, Linda (Mike) Lyon, and son Garth LeFort. Joe was predeceased by his parents, and his son Wade LeFort. He leaves the legacy of his grandchildren, Michelle (Ben) Roland, Briana, Rebecca, Kelly, Sean and his great-grandchildren Zackery, Bethany, Tre, Jakobi, and Brycen. Joe was a “jack of all trades� and well liked by everyone who knew him. He was always on time and could be found just about everywhere. There will be an Open House to remember Joe at the Royal Canadian Legion, Branch 237, 4965 Beaver Harbour Road, Port Hardy, BC between 1-4pm on November 23, 2013. Everyone is welcome. Anyone wishing to make a donation in Joe LeFort’s memory is asked to consider a contribution to the Royal Canadian Legion in his name. Condolences may be left for the family at: campbellriverfunerals.com

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LEIGH, Harold Albert 1921-2013

It is with sadness that the family of Harold Albert Leigh announces his death on November 16, 2013, with his sons by his side. He is survived by his wife of 70 years, Marthe, sons Ronald (Patt), Ken (Jackie) and Raymond (Elaine); grandchildren Harla, Scott, Therese, Steven, Cat, Chris, Shawna and Steven; 9 great-grandchildren, and nephews Bob of London, ON and Jack & son Steven of Australia. Harold is predeceased by beloved daughter Janet (Tony Szary) in 1993. Chief Petty Officer Harold Leigh served with the Royal Canadian Navy throughout WW2 on convoy duty in the North Atlantic, after which he moved to Vancouver Island with his young wife and two sons. He was a long-time resident of Campbell River, working as an electrician on much of the hydroelectrical infrastructure of CR, before becoming foreman with Franklin Electric for many years. Harold loved to fix anything and to garden, especially when he could give away his vegetables to family and neighbours. The Leigh house by the Big Rock Store was the highlight of the Christmas lights tour when the children were growing. Service to be held Saturday, November 23 at 2pm at St. Peter’s Anglican Church. Refreshments to be served at Yucalta Lodge at 3pm. No flowers by request. Donations to the Canadian Cancer Society if desired.

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“How fortunate we are that in our hearts we keep forever the memories of those we love ... and the time we shared together�� We gratefully acknowledge gifts in loving memory of Joyce Bennie George Rennie Marlis Tippenhauer Benny Lagos A donation to the Hospital Foundation is a wonderful way to remember or honour special people and a precious gift to those who rely on our Hospital & Yucalta Lodge for care. Campbell River Hospital Foundation 381 - 2nd Avenue Campbell River, BC V9W 3V1 250-850-2418 ``Serving the Campbell River Hospital and Yucalta Lodge.’’

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LEGAL/PUBLIC NOTICES IN ACCORDANCE with the Warehouse Lien Act, goods in possession of Campbell River Mini Storage will be sold by public auction to satisfy storage fees: $278.84 owed by: Stuart Turbett of Unit# 91 The sale will be held after November 28th, 2013 at Campbell River Auctions, 1358 Marwalk Crescent, Campbell River, B.C. IN ACCORDANCE with the Warehouse Lien Act, goods in possession of Campbell River Mini Storage will be sold by public auction to satisfy storage fees: $362.50 owed by: Leanne Morrell of Unit # 7 The sale will be held after November 28th, 2013 at Campbell River Auctions, 1358 Marwalk Crescent, Campbell River, B.C. IN ACCORDANCE with the Warehouse Lien Act, goods in possession of Campbell River Mini Storage will be sold by public auction to satisfy storage fees: $431.25 owed by: Christina Myers of Unit # 165 The sale will be held after November 28th, 2013 at Campbell River Auctions, 1358 Marwalk Crescent, Campbell River, B.C.

"NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND OTHERS" "Notice is hereby given to Creditors and others having claims against the estate of Donna L Sharkey that the particulars of their claims should be sent to the executor at donnasharkeye state@hotmail.com on or before December 13th 2013, after which date the executor will distribute the estate among the parties entitled to it, having regard to the claims of which the executor then has notice"

PATERSON - William Stanley (“Stan�) 20 May 1924 - 8 October 2013

Stan died peacefully in Evergreen Seniors Home in Campbell River. He was born in Edinburgh where he studied maths and physics, and discovered the joys of climbing. This led him to participate in 3 major climbing and surveying expeditions to Greenland and South Georgia, before he emigrated to Canada in 1957. After getting his PhD at UBC, he worked for the Polar Continental Shelf Project, based in Ottawa, ad established an ice core drilling program in the Canadian Arctic, which later provided data to the IPCC. He also wrote The Physics of Glaciers, one of the standard textbooks of glaciology , now in its 4th edition and for which he received the WS Bruce Award from the Royal Society of Edinburgh. Stan moved to Quadra in 1980, where he continued to work on new editions of his book between sabbaticals overseas with glaciology colleagues. He was awarded the Richardson Medal for Outstanding Services to Glaciology in 2012 and set up a glaciology scholarship which made its first award last spring. Stan loved the west coast and was often to be seen hiking on local trails. He supported various environment groups, including the Quadra Conservancy, but his first attachment was always to Scotland where he returned yearly to visit old friends and to hike and ski. He leaves his wife Lyn and his sister Betty in Scotland. With grateful thanks to the kind and caring staff at Evergreen.

BASSETT, Wilma (Toots) Lavina Nov. 5, 1928 – Nov. 15, 2013 .

It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of our dear Mother, Grandmother and Great Grandmother. Wilma was predeceased by her parents Jim & Ethel Cole, her loving husband of 56 years “Bill� Bassett; grandson “Warren Bassett� and son-in-law “Neil Rookes�. She is survived by daughters Brenda (Bill) Marsh, Shonna Rookes, and son Jim (Jackie) Bassett. Grandchildren Nevin, Dennis (Stacey), Clinton, Nicole, Kelly (Mike) Lindsay (Kirk), & Spencer (Jenelle), 11 great-grandchildren. Brother Bob (Kaye) Cole, sister Lorraine (Mick) Gould and many nieces & nephews. Wilma spent her last few months residing in New Horizon’s Care Home. Special thanks to the nurses and staff for your excellent care. In lieu of flowers, donations to the “Heart & Stroke� Foundation would be appreciated. Please join us in celebrating Wilma’s (Toots) life on December 7, at 1:00 pm at the Baptist Church, Dogwood Street.

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2174 - Eden, Gilford, South Alder, Garden Way 55 papers - $35.00 month 2183 - Pacific View Terr, Mariner, Pacific Heights 48 papers - $30.00 month 2228 - South Alder 32 papers - $21.00 month 2244 - Ptarmigan, Snowbird, Whistler Way-42 papers $28.00 month 2276 - Rockland Road - 39 papers $25.00 month 2282 - Rockland Road - 106 papers - $69.00 month 2408 - Pinecest, Ponderosa, South Murphy - 69 papers $40.00 month 2468 - South Alder - 35 papers - $23.00 month

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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. for appointment

Late for school.. Problem solved. 2 BR RENT READY Directly across from Carihi Secondary School $705.00 250-895-0849

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

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EMPLOYMENT

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4BR SPLIT LEVEL $354,900 Home nestled on .41 of an acre of park like setting. A wonderful family home on a quiet cul de sac. 250−830−1022 igothope@shaw.ca

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RENTALS

SCENIC VIEW MANOR Bachelor, 1, 2, 3 bedrooms Rents start at $585 - $915 710 Dogwood St. SCENIC VIEW APTS Adult Building 1, 2 bedrooms Rents start at $695 -$795 621-7th Ave DISCOVERY VILLAGE Ocean Views Green space 1,2,3, bedrooms & 3 bedroom town homes Rent starts at $605 - $915 291-1st Ave HIGHLAND COURT Bachelor, 1, 2 bedrooms Rent start at $499 - $795. 644-4th Ave PARK PLACE 1, 2 bedrooms Rents start at $605 - $795 680-4th Ave THE PINES 1 ,2 bedrooms $665 to $795 NO VACANCY 1055-10th Ave Courtenay MOVE INCENTIVES FAMILIES & PETS WELCOME (pet deposit req’d) Call Rita Marie, Leasing Agent 250-895-0849 cell 250-286-3320 office e-mail: rcasorzo@npreit.com web: www.npreit.com

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SUITES FOR RENT 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

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 BLACK CREEK 1 bdrm cottage, furn or unfurn, long or short term. Shared laundry. NS NP $650/mth. Available Dec. 1. 250−337−2282.

               

     



  




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HOUSES FOR RENT

Vancouver musicians Rebecca Wenham and Sarah Hagen bring a recital of classical music for cello and piano to Campbell River on Sunday afternoon Nov. 24. As well as performances in BC, the duo have recently toured together in Saskatchewan and Manitoba, making their way from Winnipeg to Flin Flon, Estevan, and Steinbach during some adventurous February weeks. They have chosen a programme of Brahms and Beethoven sonatas ideally suited to the intimate acoustics of Trinity Presbyterian Church. Cellist Wenham has been described as a musical force of nature. She has performed across Canada, the United States, Mexico, Europe, Japan and Australia. She was, as member of the Cecilia String Quartet from 2004 to 2010, silver medalist at Photo submitted the Osaka International Chamber Pianist Sarah Hagen. Music Competition, winner of first prize and the Melpomene in BC, Hagen enjoys a busy and varprize at the Rutenberg Chamber ied concert schedule as both a soloist Music Competition, winner of the and collaborator. As first prize wincommissioned prize at the Bordeaux ner in the 2013 Bradshaw & Buono International Quartet Competition, International Piano Competition, she and winner of first prize and the was awarded the opportunity to perform Canadian commissioned prize at the 10th Banff International String Quartet solo at New York City’s Carnegie Hall in May 2013. Highlights of Hagen’s Competition. In 2007 Wenham was a CBC Galaxie upcoming season include recitals feaRising Star. She holds degrees from the turing Rachmaninoff’s complete Opus 32 Preludes in both Ontario and PEI, HARID Conservatory of Music, the a Pro’ject Sound performance in Saint Shepherd School at Rice University, San Diego State University and McGill John featuring New Brunswick photographers and the launch of her second University, and is currently pursuing a album with music of Robert and Clara doctorate at the University of British Columbia. Wenham is currently a mem- Schumann. The concert is at 2 p.m. Trinity ber of Trio Accord and Microcosmos Presbyterian is located at 145 Simms Quartet. Road. Individual tickets are $25 (reguFrom the Comox Valley, pianist lar), $20 (seniors) and $10 (students). Hagen has been heard in concert halls and on the airwaves to critical acclaim For more information: visit www.sarahthroughout North America and Europe. hagen.com, email: info@sarahhagen. com, or phone: 778-872-8244. As well as hosting eight recital series

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´Bachelor Suite: in the heart of Willow Point on bus route. Avail now for $600/mo incl hydro and gas. ´Centrally Located 4-Plex: Ground floor suite with 2 bdrm & 5 appl. Small pet ok. Avail now $775/mo. ´Westerley Close: Upper floor 2 bed suite in 8-plex with 5 appliances. Walk to schools and town. Cat ok. Available Dec 1st $850/mo. ´Cartier Place: 3rd floor 2 bedroom suite with 5 appl. Small pet ok. $800/mo. ´Cartier Place at Rotary Beach: Beautifully renovated, fully furnished, 2 bdrm ocean view suite with 5 appl. Avail now for $1300/mo incl hydro, basic cable & WiFi. ´Willow Point: 3 bdrm, 2 bath basement home with 5 appl, brand new kitchen on a quiet cul-de-sac. Fully fenced back yard for kids or pets. Avail now $1500/mo. ´Close to Hospital: Centrally located fully furnished ocean view home. Avail now $1650/mo incl hydro, cable and internet. ´Executive Home: 3900 sq ft, 5 bdrm, 4 bath, 7 appl chef’s kitchen. Avail now $2000/mo. ´Please check out our new website: www.willowpointrealty.ca

HOME SERVICES

QUALITY CREW & Vacation Accom. 5BR fully furn homes In Gold River. (250)283-7750 nutka.ca/rentals

WORKSHOPS FOR RENT/LEASE -2400 sf shop & 8 acres of industrial zoned land, or land only in Merville, BC 250-465-8905

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AUTO MISCELLANEOUS SAVE ON SUNDAY TRUCKS from $19.95 plus km

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TRUCKS & VANS TRIDEM WATER TRUCK and 2007 10x30 QA shack. 2004 WS 4900 SA 120 barrel with only 115,000 kilometers. Pre-emissions. Recent CV. Maintenance records available. 1-403-340-9328.

CHROME METAL tool box for small truck. 250−287−4654

COMMUNITY UPDATE NOVEMBER 22, 2013

Artist Perrin Sparks at CR Art Gallery Sat.

2001 HONDA CRV EX 4 Wheel drive. Incls 4 good winter tires. 151,041 kms. 250−923−6765

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FURNISHED RENTALS

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Art fans will want to stop by the Campbell River Art Gallery’s Christmas Market Saturday, Nov. 23 to see awardwinning Quadra Island artist Perrin Sparks at work. Sparks will be creating a portrait of local arts supporter and Friend to the Gallery, Susie Moscovich. Sparks had a long career as a surgical artist in the United States, portraying anatomy. After a transition from Texas to Quadra Island, she now creates fullsized figurative paintings working with live models. She’s also renowned for landscape painting in oils, as well as her first love - etching. Sparks’s artwork and instructional DVDs have earned numerous awards and have been the subject of many magazine articles. She has been honoured with Signature status to the Federation of

A new leash on life. Whether you’re looking for a fun-loving roommate, a buddy for those early morning jogs, or a friend who always thinks you’re perfect, your local SPCA can help you make the right match. We have animal companions in every shape, size, and colour who are desperately looking for loving homes.

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Canadian Artists. The CR Art Gallery’s Christmas Arts and Crafts Market, sponsored by Chan, Nowosad and Boates, Chartered Accountants, is open from Monday to Saturday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. until Christmas Eve. The Market features the work of dozens of artisans from Campbell River, Quadra Island, Cortes Island and other regional communities.

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Friday, Nov. 22, 2013

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)

(The Village)

FRESH

IMPORTED

WHOLE FRYING CHICKEN

6 $ 69 2 $ 99 7

FRESH

2

$ 29 lb

BREAKFAST SAUSAGE

lb

$14.31 kg

$5.05 kg

FRESH “CAMPBELL RIVER SAUSAGE SHOP”

$ 49

STRIPLOIN STEAKS COUNTRY STYLE SPARERIBS

$11.00 kg

4

$

lb

$5.93 kg

HARVEST NATURALLY SMOKED

THICK SLICED BACON

ea

99 lb

YOUR LOCAL SOURCE FOR FRESH MEAT AND PRODUCE

ENTER FANTASTIC FREE TO FOODWIN GIVEAWAY! This great prize package has a OUR PLASMAtotal T.V. GIVEAWAY! of of $2400! Entervalue to win one 8 Samsung 43” OUR Plasma T.V.s. Simply enter your For 7 weeks we’ll give away $100 in name ENTER Gift Certificates and number in the draw boxes atup in each store, and follow EVER-POPU- store level. Contest runs fromthat Octowith a Big Final Draw for $500 in each location! TO T.V. Simply enterT.V.s LAR ber 2nd to December 17th, 2011. your name andbyphone number in the supplied McKAYS GIVEAWAY IS draw box provided at store level. WIN! Contest runs from October 27th to December 21st, 2013.

Fresh From Grimm’s Kitchen! GRIMMS

GRIMMS

HONEY HAM

BEER SAUSAGE

SLICED OR SHAVED

CUSTOMER FAVOURITE

1

$ 49 100 g

1

PEPPERONI 1

100 g

CANADA GROWN

PRODUCT OF USA

99

CANTALOUPE & HONEYDEW MELONS

2/ 6 $

DEMPSTERS

BAGELS Assorted Varieties. 6’s Pkg.

2/

6

$

SUNMAID

RAISIN BREAD 450 g Loaf

2/

7

$

FRESH DISCOVERY FOODS

ALPINE BREAD 454 g Loaf

5

99

¢

VIVA PUFFS

HEINZ

TOMATO JUICE

Reg. or Reduced Salt. 1.36 L Tin

4

Frozen. 24 - 3 Inch

2/

$

5

PALMOLIVE

DISH LIQUID

Assorted. 887 ml Bottle

2/

5

$

CANDY CANE COOKIES 300 g Box

$ 2/

SWEETENED or UNSWEETENED

TART SHELLS

ADMIRAL

FLAKED LIGHT TUNA 170 g Tin

$

$ 2/

RED SEEDLESS GRAPES $4.17 kg

4

UNCLE BENS

BISTRO EXPRESS RICE Assorted. 250 g Bag

$ 2/

4

CALIFORNIA GROWN

CAULIFLOWER $2.18 kg

lb

BAR ITALIA

ESPRESSO BEAN COFFEE 500 g Bag

$

SWANSON

ASSORTED MEAT PIES

Frozen. 200 g Pkg.

CAPRI

CANOLA OIL 3 L Jug

$

ALL NATURAL PEANUT BUTTER Assorted. 500 g Jar

$

3

$

99

2

99

OLD DUTCH

PRETZELS, CORN CHIPS or PARTY MIX 300-400 g Bag

499

NON-DAIRY CREAMERS

6

ADAMS

99

Assorted. 946 ml Ctn.

2

$ 2/

¢

14%, Light, Fat Free 500 ml Ctn.

19

Assorted. 410-650 g Jar

4

INTERNATIONAL DELIGHT

$

CLASSICO

PASTA SAUCE

99

DAIRYLAND

SOUR CREAM

99

¢

lb

$1.30 kg

lb

2 59¢ $ 89 1

ea

5 ln Bag

PRODUCT OF USA

4 $ 89

CELLO CARROTS

¢

2/

$ 2/

100 g

$2.18 kg

Assorted. 600 g Loaf

Gluten Free CUSTOMER FAVOURITE

$ 49

$ 39

GALA APPLES

WHOLE GRAINS BREAD

CORN TORTILLAS

CUSTOMER FAVOURITE

BC GROWN

DEMPSTERS

GRIMMS

GRIMMS

$ 2/

5

ARMSTRONG

CHEDDAR CHEESE

Assorted. 1.35 kg Brick

14

$

99

lb

ISLAND FARMS

CLASSIC ICE CREAM Assorted 1.65 L Ctn.

499

$

ASSORTED

COKE SOFT DRINKS 12 Packs

999

$

3/

KELLOGG’S

RAISIN BRAN CEREAL 625 g Box

$

2/

7

FALL HOURS Open 7 Days a Week 8:30 a.m. – 9 p.m. Prices Effective Nov. 24 - Nov. 30, 2013 • VISIT OUR WEBSITE www.discoveryfoods.ca Some limits may apply. Taxes, deposit and recycle fees where applicable.

YOUR ONLY 100% LOCALLY OWNED AND OPERATED GROCERY STORE!


CAMPBELL RIVER COURIER-ISLANDER WRAP

Friday, Nov. 22, 2013

L E D O M 2013 T U O R A E CL ONLY 12 SEDANS & 1 COUPE LEFT

ONLY 8 FITS LEFT

2013 CIVICS $

1

1,500

2013 FITS

$

CASH PURCHASE INCENTIVE ON SELECT 2013 MODELS

1,500

CASH PURCHASE INCENTIVE ON SELECT 2013 MODELS

$

PLUS

500

HOLIDAY* BONUS

$

PLUS

5OL0IDA0Y

H * BONUS

CANADA’S BEST SELLING CAR

1,500

$

OR

0.99% LEASE OR FINANCE

CASH PURCHASE INCENTIVE ON SELECT 2013 CIVIC AND FIT MODELS

This is our best offer of the season, but the selection won’t last long. Visit Campbell River Honda for details.

Toll Free

1-888-459-2303

2773 Island Highway, Campbell River

DL#30777

www.crhonda.com

Mike Ball

Sales Manager

Dustin Whiteside Finance Manager

Scott Arnink

Sales Consultant

Jason Deeth

Sales Consultant

Chris Castro

Sales Consultant

bchonda.com


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CAMPBELL RIVER COURIER-ISLANDER WRAP

Friday, Nov. 22, 2013

AT CAMPBELL RIVER HONDA 2012 HONDA CIVIC LX

2011 HONDA CRV LX 4X4

1 owner with only 27,181 km

STK# C13381

NOW

$

2008 HONDA CIVIC DXG

Immaculate. Sold and serviced at CR Honda

STK# C13691

NOW

12,900

$

2010 HONDA RIDGELINE EXL STK# X08190

NOW

25,700

$

1 owner with leather and moonroof

2008 HONDA CRV EXL

Leather, sunroof, very nice condiiton

STK# X08671

NOW

19,700

$

WHY BUY A CERTIFIED USED HONDA FROM CAMPBELL RIVER HONDA?

2012 HONDA CIVIC LX SEDAN

 6 YEAR/120,000 KM LIMITED WARRANTY  100 POINT MECHANICAL INSPECTION  7 DAY/1,000 KM EXCHANGE PRIVILEDGE  CAR PROOF HISTORY REPORT AND...

FINANCING STARTING AT ONLY

1.99

%

NOW

STK# C13571

$

16,700

STK# X08500

Leather, DVD, power doors, moonroof, 1 owner. Sold and serviced at CR Honda

NOW

32,700

2010 HONDA CIVIC SPORT STK# X08560

$

1 owner. Sold and serviced at CR Honda

NOW

2011 HONDA ODYSSEY EXL RES

$

V6 with leather and moonroof

NOW

24,700

19,900

$

2010 HONDA ACCORD EXL SEDAN STK# A13281

STK# X08510

16,900

$

1 owner. Sold and serviced at CR Honda

1 owner with a power moonroof and auto transmission

NOW

14,700

FINANCING ON APPROVED CREDIT THROUGH HONDA FINANCIAL SERVICES FOR 24 MONTHS

Toll Free

1-888-459-2303

2773 Island Highway, Campbell River

DL#30777

www.crhonda.com

Mike Ball

Sales Manager

Dustin Whiteside Finance Manager

Scott Arnink

Sales Consultant

Jason Deeth

Sales Consultant

Chris Castro

Sales Consultant

bchonda.com


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CAMPBELL RIVER COURIER-ISLANDER WRAP

Friday, Nov. 22, 2013

L E D O M 2013 T U O R A E L C 2013 PILOT

5,000

$

CASH PURCHASE INCENTIVE ON SELECT 2013 MODELS

2013 CROSSTOUR $

3,500

CASH PURCHASE INCENTIVE ON SELECT 2013 MODELS

2013 RIDGELINE $

ONLY 2 PILOTS LEFT

5,000

ONLY 1 CROSSTOUR LEFT

CASH PURCHASE INCENTIVE ON SELECT 2013 MODELS

ONLY 1 RIDGELINE LEFT

5,000

$

CASH PURCHASE INCENTIVE ON EVERY 2013 RIDGELINE MODEL

OR

0.99% LEASE OR FINANCE

This is our best offer of the season, but the selection won’t last long. Visit Campbell River Honda for details.

Toll Free

1-888-459-2303

www.crhonda.com

2773 Island Highway, Campbell River

DL#30777

bchonda.com


CAMPBELL RIVER COURIER-ISLANDER WRAP

Friday, Nov. 22, 2013

3

L E D O M 3 201 T U O R A CLE 2013 ACCORDS $

2,000

CASH PURCHASE INCENTIVE ON SELECT 2013 MODELS

$

ONLY 3 ACCORDS LEFT

PLUS

5OL0IDA0Y

H * BONUS

$

2,000

CASH PURCHASE INCENTIVE ON SELECT 2013 ACCORD MODELS

OR

0.99

%

LEASE OR FINANCE

This is our best offer of the season, but the selection won’t last long. Visit Campbell River Honda for details.

Toll Free

1-888-459-2303

www.crhonda.com

2773 Island Highway, Campbell River

DL#30777

bchonda.com


Friday November 22, 2013