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Campbell River mom’s hunch led her to serial killer Pickton’s farm Lynn Frey asks how police failed to connect the dots row hotels she frequented. She said she zeroed in on the lair of serial killer Robert “WilThe stepmother of missing lie” Pickton after prostitutes woman Marnie Frey combed predicted Marnie was dead and Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside suggested a man at a farm with a before dark tips about “Willie” chipper was responsible. She had made repeated trips and a wood chipper led her to the Pickton farm in Port Coquitlam to Vancouver from her home in Campbell River to search for years before police raided it. Lynn Frey told the Missing Marnie. Others searching for missing Women Inquiry Monday she women played climbed a fence h e r a t ap e to get into the recording of a Pickton farm in man claiming search of clues to have inforto her drugmation, Frey addicted daughtestified. ter’s disappear“ Yo u ’ r e ance but turned never going back when two to find these Rottweilers women,” she appeared on the said the voice other side. on the tape “I saw tractors, said. vehicles and big “They went mounds of dirt with Willie and grass,” she said. “I didn’t Marnie Frey was one of Robert and he’s got the chipper.” see any bodies or Pickton’s victims. Some prosanybody there.” Frey said it was the fall of 1998 titutes told Frey they’d been to a – just over a year after 24-year-old farm with a chipper 45 minutes Marnie vanished from the skid- from the Downtown Eastside near

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a fast-flowing muddy river. Frey reasoned the farm had to be near the Fraser River, likely in New Westminster, Coquitlam or Surrey. She relayed her suspicions to her foster daughter Joyce Lachance, who lived in Port Coquitlam, “She said ‘I know a guy by the name of Willie. He has pigs and he has a chipper on his farm. I can take you there blindfolded.’”

They drove that night to the Pickton far m, where a sign warned “Pit bull with AIDS” and Lachance was too scared to leave the car. Perched atop the fence, Frey was just a stone’s throw from the remains of her missing daughter – although confirmation wouldn’t come for another five years, when searchers found Marnie’s right jaw bone and four teeth on the farm.

“We were right all along – she was on the farm.” Frey said she told her suspicions to Vancouver Police Dept. Const. Lori Shenher, who gave her “heck” for climbing the fence but promised to investigate. Several more women would die on the farm before the RCMP searched it for illegal guns in February of 2002 and then arrested Pickton for murder. Continued on Page A3

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A hearing to determine essential services in the event CUPE city workers go on strike is complete but the union and the city are no closer to a deal, says CUPE vice-president. The three-day hearing which included CUPE representatives, City of Campbell River managers, and the BC Labour Relations Board, wrapped up Monday. “We met to establish what would be an essential service – for example, RCMP and drinking water,” Laurence Amy, Vice-President of CUPE 401 says. If CUPE does decide

to strike, under the essential services deal, workers would still be required to provide agreed-upon services. RCMP support staff such as prison guards and records clerks would likely still be on the job, Amy says. The Vice Chair of the Labour Board will gather all the information from the hearing and make a final decision on what services CUPE would still be responsible for if the union goes on strike. CUPE workers have been without a contract since 2009 and have met regularly with the city and mediator Debbie Cameron since September. Despite ongoing

talks, Amy says the union and the city are still between $135-and$150,000 apart on a four-year deal. “It hasn’t gotten any closer,” Amy says. CUPE is asking for inflation-type wage increases and stable working hours. Amy says he was surprised to see the city send 20 managers to sit in on last Thursday’s meeting between the two sides. CUPE sent one employee, one national representative and five witnesses who did not attend the entire meeting. “They sat there all day, doing nothing,” says Amy. Mediated talks between the two sides

resumed Tuesday, with no further talks scheduled. Amy hinted last week that if things did not go well at that meeting, CUPE may file for 72-hour strike notice. Union members voted 88.3 per cent in favour of strike action more than one month ago. Meanwhile, more than 80 CUPE workers spent their lunch hour on Monday holding an information line and walking the streets near the Do gwood Operations Centre, holding signs and waving flags to show solidarity. Several passing motorists honk their horns in support of the workers.

Chamber demands clarity from VIHA The Campbell River and District Chamber of Commerce is demanding better communications and c o - o p e r at i o n f ro m the Vancouver Island H e a l t h Au t h o r i t y (VIHA) regarding planning for the new Campbell River hospital. “A lack of transparency and commitment and ineffective communications on behalf of VIHA has led to misunderstandings and has under mined trust,” said Colleen Evans,

Chamber Executive Director. The Chamber has written a letter to VIHA reiterating that the Chamber has consistently informed the health authority of the need for effective and transparent communication to ensure the community is wellinformed on a timely basis of the progress and plans for the new hospital. “For our efforts we have endured lack of clarity from VIHA

while the Comox Valley Regional District Hospital has received clear details of acute care services, size, and number of operation theatres, amenities and facilities for its new facility,” said Gary Thulin, Chamber President. VIHA’s communications imbalance is distressing because the new hospitals were proposed and presented as parallel projects in terms of timing for construc-

tion. However, many of the details lacking in the Campbell River/ Strathcona Regional District Hospital project have already been clarified with respect to the Comox Valley Regional District Hospital project, the Chamber states in its letter. Calls to VIHA were not returned before the Mirror went to press. For updates on this story see www.capbellrivermirror.com and Friday’s Mirror.

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Pickton: Harsh words for police Continued from A1 He was found guilty of six counts, including the murder of Marnie Frey, although 20 additional charges never went to trial and Pickton claimed to have killed 49 women. The inquiry is probing why police failed to catch Pickton much sooner and what can be done to prevent similar tragedies happening again. “If a civilian – an old person like me living in Campbell River – can figure out there’s a farm, how come the police can’t figure out there’s a farm?” Frey demanded. A Vancouver Police Union lawyer disputed some of Frey’s claims under cross-examination, saying Shenher has no record that Frey reported visiting the Pickton farm.

The lawyer asked whether she could be mistaken about reporting it to Shenher or perhaps that her trip to the Pickton farm did not happen in 1998. “I think there’s a big cover up here,” Frey responded. “I know what I did. I know I went on the farm.” Frey told the inquiry she believes police failed to take the cases of missing women seriously, adding she felt “lost, empty, like I was garbage” after being turned away by police who suggested Marnie had merely taken a vacation. She also testified authorities improperly cremated her daughter’s remains, leaving her an urn containing “chunks.” Frey was the first of several relatives of murdered women expected to testify this week.

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Duncan Bay Road residents were surprised to learn a log-peeling plant will begin operation in their neighbourhood. under way to set up a leans over to me in my dous. Braybrook wasn’t log peeling plant and car, and she puts her on council at that time, storage yard on the hand on my shoulder, but said seven or eight site at 5301 Duncan and she says ‘dear, I’m homes located on the very happy it’s gone hill near the plant Bay Rd. The city issued a from here but I feel would have had valid industrial permit in very, very sorry for you complaints. Those residents September, and the people,’” said Cawley. S i e r r a C a s c a d e “weren’t the only ones land had been zoned for heavy industrial Resources LLC owned who told me this was use since 1998, so the equipment and true; people that went neighbouring property leased operating space up there to visit them owners did not have to at the Western For- said ‘oh god it’s just be informed ahead of est Products site until unbearable up there,’” said Braybrook. June. time. However, the comCouncillor and past Cawley and many of her neighbours were employee at the log pany installed a sound slated for a delegation peeler plant in Say- barrier after the comto Tuesday’s city coun- ward, Al Braybrook, plaints which lessened cil meeting, after the lives about half a the noise somewhat, Mirror went to press, kilometre from where according to Brayas they are worried the plant was located. brook. During the summer, that the plant will be Although he said the noise was somewhat NPTW bought the noisy. “Apparently the noise blocked by a hill in equipment, the land, from it travels for between, he could still and now the ground is being prepped to bring miles, it will drive you hear it. He described the the equipment in. insane,” said Cawley. She found out that the n o i s e a s a “ h i g h Company president same equipment going whine” that could be Mike McCollough said in here was running in heard throughout the it will be at least a Sayward for years so town, but said it didn’t month before the plant went up there late last bother him as it wasn’t is up and running, and week to find out what that loud. he doesn’t believe it However, some resi- will be very noisy once residents had to say. She saw an older cou- dents complained to it’s operational. ple walking along the council and signed a “We have several road and asked them petition back in fall of plants in the east also, 2009 because they said in Eastern Canada, about the plant. “And (the woman) the noise was horrenContinued on A5

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and never had complaints with any of our neighbours,” said McCollough. “I’m sure they’ll be happy when the plant is running, that they’ll see it’s a small operation.” The plant employs four workers and regular hours of operation are 7:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. five days a week, according to McCollough. Cawley is also upset with the city because she knew nothing about the land being zoned for heavy industrial use in 1998. She simply noticed a sign on the property saying heavy industrial after it was done. “I don’t remember anything going on to that nature (a public hearing), if there was signs posted or things in the paper, I don’t remember seeing anything,” said Cawley. Her neighbour Koreen Matheson has lived in the area since 1988, and says she too remembers nothing about a public hear-

ing. City land use manager Ross Blackwell said a public meeting would have had to be posted in local newspapers letting residents know, but that sometimes people don’t see the postings so don’t know about the public hearings until it’s too late. While he said he sympathizes with the residents in the area, he said there’s nothing the city can do from a regulatory perspective. “At the end of the day, in a case like this one where there’s a per mitted zone in place with a range of permitted uses, provided that the activity is occurring there in a way that doesn’t contravene any of our regulations bylaws, it’s fine with the city, not to say it doesn’t realize that noise for adjacent residents could be a concern for them,” explained Blackwell, who confirmed that heavy industrial zoning has no restrictions on noise.

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CALL FOR VOLUNTEERS! CR Homelessness Coalition

Interested in helping fill vacancies on the Campbell River Homelessness Coalition? Please drop off a resume and short letter of interest c/o City of Campbell River, 301 St. Ann’s Road, Campbell River, BC., to the attention of Land Use Services Manager, Ross Blackwell. Information can also be sent via email to ross.blackwell@campbellriver.ca. Deadline: Noon, Thursday, October 27th Info: 250-286-5748

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Congratulations to Our 2011 Scholarship & Bursary Recipients Students of School District 72 are fortunate to have the support and encouragement of Campbell River and our surrounding communities behind their educational efforts. The Board of Education wishes to acknowledge the hard work of these students and the generous support of our donors, who provided scholarships and bursaries to SD72 students. * Please note some scholarships come in late and therefore cannot be noted below. Also, individual university and colleges, as well as some local businesses who have self-administered scholarship programs are not included in the list below.

Congratulations to our 2011 award recipients: Alan Thompson Memorial Award Alexander Drdul Memorial Award Altrusa Club of Campbell River Barbara & Anthony Akelaitis Bursary Barry Henshall Memorial Award C.A.W. TCA Canada Local 3019 C.R. District Teachers’ Association C.R. Fraternal Hall Society, F.O.E. C.R. Hospital Auxiliary Bursary C.R. Principals’ & Vice-Principals’ Association C.R. Realtors’ Association C.R. Retired Teachers’ Association C.R. Volunteer Fire Dept. #1 Hall Campbell River Daybreak Rotary Club Campbell River Festival of Film Campbell River Lions Club Campbell River Minor Hockey Association Canadian Culinary Federation, N.Vancouver Isld. Branch Canadian Parents for French Carihi Grad Reunion 1939-1960 Carihi Parent Advisory Committee Carihi Secondary Class of ‘66 Carihi Staff Award Chas-Maria Chapter #76, Order of the Eastern Star Cherise Henderson Memorial Bursary CUPE Local 401 CUPE Local 723 Doug Flynn Memorial Award Emcon Services Inc. Gerry Gillis Interact Award Glyn Fitzgerald Memorial Award Governor General Award Grieg Seafood Awards Harris & Company Law Firm James Hovell Memorial Award Jim Reid Memorial Award Joan Bunting Scholarship Job’s Daughters Kinsmen Club of Campbell River Knights of Columbus Ladies Auxiliary to the Eagles Logger Bill Ellis Scholarship Award NADIS/CADAC Smart Choices Nastassia Kunz Memorial Bursary Nathan Swan Memorial North Island College Foundation Bursary Provincial Government Scholarships Royal Canadian Legion SD72 Academic Scholarships SD72 District Scholarship (for Vocational Studies) SD72 Dogwood District / Authority Award

Samantha Iverson Memorial Fund Shaw Cablesystems G.P. Timberline Parent Advisory Committee Timberline Staff Scholarships Vancouver Island Construction Association Willow Point Lions Club Willow Point Volunteer Fire Department Xi Alpha Phi Sorority

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Richard Harry elected Homalco chief on the weekend Chief Richard Harry has been re-elected by the Homalco First Nation. Harry garnered 125 votes while his challenger Andy Paul Sr. had 69 votes. Mary-Ann Enevoldsen received the most votes among councillors with 99 while Darren Blaney was a close second, elected with 91 votes. Bill Blaney was elected to council with 78 votes and Alison Trenholm was re-elected with 75 votes.

A total of 198 ballots were cast in Saturday’s election. There were four spoiled ballots for chief and two for councillors. Larry Hanson – 22 votes Denise Harry – 36 Robert Harry Sr. – 55 Dorothy Paul – 59 Ella Paul – 30 Lisa Paul – 26 Lloyd Paul – 45 Todd Peacey – 34 Bonnie Wilson – 54 Tiffany Wilson – 41

Girls only Pro-D Day Let’s go girls! Come on out and celebrate how girls rule. On Thursday, Nov. 3 there is a Pro-D day, and girls in grades 4 to 6 are taking over the Sportsplex between noon and 3 p.m. The City of Campbell River Recreation and Culture staff is gearing up to make

this the best Pro-G Day ever. The drop-in cost for this day is $6. The afternoon will be full of activities, including nail art, fun girly crafts, messy challenges and Singstar competitions. There will be plenty of action with gym sports like volleyball and soccer, plus full access to the racquet courts. Many other activities are planned.

NOTICE OF ELECTION BY VOTING FOR MAYOR AND COUNCIL

COMMUNITY UPDATE OCTOBER 26, 2011

PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given to the electors of the City of Campbell River that an election by voting is necessary to elect a Mayor and six Councillors for a three (3) year term commencing December 2011 and that the persons nominated as candidates and for whom votes will be received are as follows: CANDIDATES FOR MAYOR [one (1) to be elected] Roy GRANT ..........................................404-2676 S. Island Highway Walter JAKEWAY ...................................................... 723 Ash Street Michel RABU ...................................................... 2375 Galerno Road Ziggy STEWART ..................................................... 570 Alder Street

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YOU CAN HELP! In your neighbourhoods this rainy season, please help by cleaning the leaves from catch basin grates close to your home. Heavy seasonal rains bring the threat of Ňooding. As trees shed leaves, some catch basins become blocked. When water cannot enter, Ňooding results. With approximately 3,300 catch basins in Campbell River, some will be plugged by leaves and other debris during each heavy rainfall. Many of the City’s catch basins are connected to drainage systems that discharge to environmentally sensiƟve Įsh bearing streams. Keep oil, paint, and other contaminants away from catch basins to prevent polluƟon and Įsh kills. Damaged catch basins can be reported to the City of Campbell River, Dogwood OperaƟons at 250-2864033. Thanks for your help!

NOTICE OF PROPOSED PROPERTY DISPOSITION

Pursuant to secƟon 26(2) of the Community Charter, S.B.C. 2003, c. 26, the City of Campbell River hereby gives noƟce of the City’s intenƟon to sell the fee simple interest in the following surplus properƟes: • Lot 13, SecƟon 20, Township 1, Comox Land District, Plan VIP81081, Except Part in Plan EPP1393 [979 Timberline Drive] • Lot A, District Lot 53 & 120, Sayward Land District, Plan 16059, Except Part in Plan 16805 [2080 Pengelley Road] The above noted properƟes will be listed for sale through the MulƟple LisƟng Service (MLS). Oīers to purchase with respect to any of the above noted properƟes will be considered only if submiƩed on the City of Campbell River’s approved form. For further informaƟon in regards to any of the above noted properƟes, or to obtain a copy of the approved form of oīer to purchase, please contact Andrew Bailey, Property / Risk Manager at 250-2865709 or andrew.bailey@campbellriver.ca. 301 St. Ann’s Road Campbell River, BC V9W 4C7 Telephone: 250-286-5700 www.campbellriver.ca

CANDIDATES FOR COUNCILLOR [six (6) to be elected] Andy ADAMS .................................................. 560 Ash Street James BIFANO ................................... 166 Country Aire Drive Sterling CAMPBELL .............................. 591 Springbok Road Patricia GAGNON ............................... 2520 Soderholm Court Ron KERR ................................................ 1755 Hopton Road Peter KLOBUCAR ....................................... 745 Kit Crescent Brian le PAS .......................................... 1-592 Colwyn Street Ryan MENNIE .............................................. 1967 Fern Drive Dave MINATO ....................................... 2813 Denman Street

Claire MOGLOVE ..................................... 165 S. McCarthy Street Jason PRICE .......................................... 685 Loughborough Drive Larry SAMSON ............................................ 520 Ponderosa Place Nehemiah SLOAT....................................... 122-701 Hilchey Road Sean Eric SMITH ................................................. 1445 Leed Road Mary STORRY ................................................ 102 Island Highway Darryn STRIGA................................... 409-600 S. Island Highway Mark SULLIVAN .................................................. 558 Alder Street

GENERAL VOTING DAY will be on Saturday, November 19th, 2011 between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 8:00 p.m. to qualified electors of the City of Campbell River at the following locations: Ecole Phoenix Middle School gymnasium .......................................................................400-7th Avenue Southgate Middle School gymnasium .............................................................................. 740 Holm Road Discovery Passage Elementary School gymnasium.............................................. 2050 Pengelley Road ADVANCE VOTING OPPORTUNITIES will be held on Wednesday, November 9th, 2011 and Wednesday, November 16th, 2011 between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 8:00 p.m. at the Baptist Church, 260 S. Dogwood Street, main entrance. SPECIAL VOTING OPPORTUNITIES will be held at the Campbell River & District General Hospital, 375 2nd Avenue Thursday, November 17th, 2011 between the hours of 9:30 a.m. and 11:30 a.m. (for patients who are duly qualified electors of the City of Campbell River) MAIL-IN BALLOT: the following electors are permitted to register to vote by mail and to vote by mail ballot: x Those persons who have a physical disability, illness or injury that affects their ability to vote at another voting opportunity; x Persons who expect to be absent from the jurisdiction on general voting day and at the times of all advance voting opportunities. To apply for a mail-in ballot package contact City of Campbell River Reception at (250) 286-5700. For your ballot to be counted it must be received by the Chief Election Officer before the close of voting at 8:00 p.m. on November 19, 2011. It is your responsibility to post the ballot in sufficient time for delivery to the Legislative Services Department at City Hall by the close of business at 4:30 p.m. on Friday, November 18, 2011, or arrange for the ballot to be hand delivered to the Presiding Election Official at the Ecole Phoenix Middle School voting place, between 8:00 a.m. and 8:00 p.m. Saturday, November 19, 2011. VOTER REGISTRATION: If you are not on the List of Electors (Voters’ List), you may register at the time of voting by completing the required application form available at the voting place. To register you must meet the following qualifications: Resident Electors must: x be 18 years of age or older on voting day; x be a Canadian Citizen; x be a resident of BC for at least 6 months immediately preceding voting day (since May 17, 2011). x be a Resident of OR registered owner of real property in the City of Campbell River for at least 30 days immediately preceding voting day (since October 19, 2011), and x not be disqualified by any enactment from voting in an election or be otherwise disqualified by law.

Non-Resident Electors must: x be 18 years of age or older on voting day; x be a Canadian Citizen; x not be entitled to register as a Resident Elector of the City of Campbell River; x have been a resident of BC for at least six months immediately preceeding election day (Since May 17, 2011); x have been a registered owner of real property in the City of Campbell River at least 30 days immediately preceeding election day (since October 19, 2011); and x not be disqualified by any enactment from voting in an election or be otherwise disqualified by law. x If there is more than one registered owner of the property, only one of those individuals may, with the written consent of the majority of the owners, register as a non-resident property elector.

RESIDENT ELECTORS will be required to provide 2 pieces of identification confirming your identity and place of residence (one of which must contain your signature); or 2 pieces of identification confirming your identity (one of which must contain your signature) and you will be required to make a solemn declaration as to your place of residence. Acceptable identification includes BC Drivers Licence, BC Identification Card, Social Insurance Card, Hospital Card, Passport, BC Care Card, Credit Card, Debit Card, Vehicle Insurance, Birth Certificate, Citizenship Card, tax notice or utility bill such as hydro, telephone, cable, showing residential address. Picture identification is not necessary. NON-RESIDENT PROPERTY ELECTORS will be required to fill out an application for registration by providing proof of ownership of the property (title certificate or current title search); 2 pieces of identification confirming your identity (one of which must contain your signature); and a non-resident property elector consent form of a majority of the registered owners, if there is more than one owner. Non-Resident Property Electors are encouraged to fill out the application and produce the required documentation at Campbell River City Hall, 301 St. Ann’s Road between the hours of 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. prior to 4:30 p.m. on Friday, November 18, 2011. For further information contact Peter F. Wipper, Chief Election Officer, Ph: (250) 286-5707, email: peter.wipper@campbellriver.ca or Tracy L. Bate, Deputy Chief Election Officer, Ph: (250) 286-5705, email: tracy.bate@campbellriver.ca, or Fax (250) 286-5760. Peter F. Wipper, Chief Election Officer

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Winter demand line shows all indoor use - including toilets and showerheads. Summer demand increases with all outdoor uses, but 80 - 90% of the increase is due to lawn and garden irrigation. Peak periods between 4 to 7 a.m. and 7 to 11 p.m. are primarily due to sprinkler use on lawns and gardens. The sprinkling ban in 2009 reduced summer peak demand from over 1200 litres per second to 400 litres per second. Lawn preparation in spring will reduce the need to over water during hot weather: Aerate, lime and increase shade by planting shrubs and trees. Raise the lawn mower blade to 3 inch, water 1 inch or less per week to encourage deeper, healthier roots. Use timers to move your watering away from peak periods. Naturescape, xeriscape, use microirrigation or drip irrigation.

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Occupation awakening The protesters occupying financial districts around the world are expressing a growing frustration that governments and their financial policies are losing touch with the people they’re supposed to serve. Instead, the rich are We say: There getting richer while the rest are being left behind. is a message in The voices of discontent and disafthe protests for fection first gathered and rose up on Wall Street, where they denounced Canada taxpayer-funded bailouts of huge financial institutions that were supposed to correct mistakes they’d made but instead lined executives’

pockets with huge bonuses. The protests have since spread to countries where years of corruption or short-sighted policy have put economies in peril, costing people their livelihoods, darkening the prospects for future generations. It might be easy to dismiss such concerns in Canada, where the economy and unemployment levels have been fairly stable since the last recession. The thousands of protesters who filled Robson Square in Vancouver and Bay Street in Toronto on Saturday petered down to a few hundred on Monday. But our politicians should pay attention. The gulf between the haves and have-nots is growing.

Everywhere. For most working people, wages have stagnated over the past five years while the cost of living continues to soar. In Metro Vancouver, a litre of gas costs 25 cents more than it did in October 2010. That 22 per cent increase eventually trickles into everything we consume. The middle class is the foundation of economic and political stability around the world. While most of that middle class may not be downtown sleeping in tents this week, their own fears and frustrations are being awakened by the occupiers. – Black Press

Good point: Fish farms I think that the published letters from the opponents to salmon farming miss two points, though I share their concerns for the health of the wild fish. The first point is that if we are to be able to feed the burgeoning human population it is essential that we must farm fish as we do cattle, hogs, sheep and chickens. This morning I saw an item in the news that the human population will reach seven billion by the end of this month, and a large part of that population is close to starvation. The second point I see is that the problem is not salmon farming per se, but the open pen system in use, which means that the wild salmon are effectively exposed to all the effluent and pathogens from the farmed fish. With the exception of the huge cattle ranches, our domestic livestock are generally segregated from their wild counterparts. Perhaps the advent of Mad Cow disease in the buffalo herds of the Wood Buffalo National Park might have been due to contact with infected ranch cattle. If that were the case, it would point out the danger of raising farmed livestock, including fish, in the same area as their wild counterparts. I look forward to reading of the success of the closedpen fish farms, and hope that it leads to all farmed fish being raised in isolation from the wild fish. Doug Millar Campbell River

It’s been a long road towards ‘community living’

Tom Fletcher B.C. Views

My first glimpse of B.C.’s care system for developmentally disabled people was as a teen in the early 1970s. My grandfather brought me to his workplace, Tranquille “school.” The Kamloops institution that began life as a tuberculosis sanitorium in 1907 was by then converted to warehouse a different group of society’s outcasts. Tranquille would hit the headlines a decade later, when Human Resources Minister Grace McCarthy announced that she was enacting a plan, years in the making, to close such places. Tranquille, with 323 inmate-patients and 675 staff, would be first. The B.C. Government Employees’ Union began an occupation of Tranquille buildings the next day, expelling managers. The sit-in lasted three

weeks, joined by Tranquille’s 120 psychiatric nurses, before staff agreed to work on the system that would replace it a year later. Some patients did go back to their families, with support services. And today B.C. has a network of 700 group homes, essentially smaller institutions. Their province-wide union contract was just renewed under the B.C. government’s “net zero” wage mandate, with an additional $18 million to enroll employees in dozens of contracted agencies to a pension plan for municipal employees. Lobbying and court action have forced expansion of provincial services to those diagnosed with autism and fetal alcohol conditions. People with Down syndrome and other dis-

abilities now live much longer, to the point where some develop dementia as well. Stephanie Cadieux, the latest minister of what is now called Social Development, has asked for a multiministry examination of the adult care agency, Community Living B.C. As CLBC’s budget rises past $710 million, there are services from the health and children and families ministries going to disabled people as well. The political focus has been on CLBC’s closure of 65 group homes with only 200 residents, and its push for adult adoptions rather than institutions with shift workers. This is true “community living” that should be established where

practical, with appropriate inspections. Cadieux says CLBC’s internal service quality advocate has a high success rate resolving family complaints. A toll-free line has been set up to direct service issues to a new client support group. On Friday Cadieux announced that a bonus program for CLBC management has been terminated. “In a people-first organization like CLBC, an incentive plan based on targets and measures is, quite simply, not appropriate,” said a statement from the ministry. No targets or measures. As Premier Christy Clark was recently reminded on health care, even talk of defined cost control is too politically risky.


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Quadra candidate anticipates exchange of ideas Shawn O’Connor is running for Regional Director for Quadra Island. “I am confident that my candidacy will inspire honest, respectful discussion among the incumbent, myself and area residents,” O’Connor said. “Whatever the outcome of the Nov. 19 election, I hope that our community will benefit from the electoral process and ensuing exchange of ideas. “A homeowner on the Island recently discussed with me the challenges associated with long-term politicians. In his mind, the effectiveness of such individuals diminishes over time as their ability to see objectively, narrows. The result is disengaged constituents who become alienated by leadership that no longer represents them, or the majority of residents, on a wide range of very important issues. It is a sen-

timent that has been echoed repeatedly to me over the past few weeks leading up to the submission of nominations for the Regional Director of Electoral Area C of the Strathcona Regional District. It is one of the reasons why I chose to run for office.” O’Connor says his campaign for Regional Director is supported, but certainly not controlled by, local First Nations. “I am very proud of the relationships I have with these communities and the many friends that have pledged support for my campaign. I am however, not a ‘band’ candidate and do not speak for the First Nations I provide services to – this is the responsibility of the elected chief and council. My support extends well beyond the First Nations population to include many Island residents with varying

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2011 interests, backgrounds and perspectives. Like many of you, I too have been frustrated at our current leadership and its failure to focus on those issues that fall within the boundaries of the Regional Director’s office.” As the former General Manager of BC Packers Marine Operations (responsible for Quadra Island/ Johnson Straights), O’Connor has spent many years involved with the local fishing community. “I have the greatest appreciation for the waters and sea life found within the Area C boundaries. Without environmental integ-

rity and the development of an integrated resources management strategy, the beauty and natural habitat of our Islands could be jeopardized and the potential economic benefits lost. “As neighbours we have an obligation to demonstrate respect for one another. It is the very foundation of any good relationship and is one of the many reasons why I am delighted to call Quadra Island home. When I first arrived more than 30 years ago, Quadra Island was a thriving community that offered residents a myriad of opportunities that supported the diversity of lifestyles, economics and recreational activities associated with a multi-generational population. “We have to come together and reevaluate our community goals and objectives to ensure we have a com-

mon vision that will sustain the longevity of our cherished rural lifestyle. “In the coming weeks I hope to have the opportunity to meet you and talk about the lands and waters of Area C and how we can improve local gover nment with a focus on the development of infrastructure and the securing of new funding sources. My goal is to build an effective administration that represents a consensus of our community’s voice from a stand where everyone is heard and respected for their opinions.” Two Town Forums are scheduled: 7 p.m. on Nov. 2 at the Cape Mudge Band Office and Nov. 13 at the Community Centre. I look forward to a vigorous debate of the issues with Mr. Abram and hope that a large number of residents are in attendance at both events.

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Campbell wants to get in the game Sterling Campbell announced his candidacy for Campbell River city council. After taking early retirement Sterling and Judy moved to Campbell River as a vanguard of “boomers” looking for a less harsh climate to retire in. Shortly after relocating here, Sterling j o i n e d t h e a c t ive retiree group dedicated to attracting retirees to Campbell River. When the project concluded, Sterling was invited to other B.C. communities to share our story. “Other communities are building on our success,” he said “we should be in the game, not on the sidelines.” As a member of the Campbell River Common seniors group, Sterling believes that the time has come for council to petition the federal gover nment seniors program for funds to keep the program viable. Whether putting a new roof on the Walter Morgan shed or joining the Rotary Beach

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2011 clean-up crew, Sterling says he has a “hands on” commitment that has benefitted the community. As past president of Rotary, Sterling supported the funding of the Laughing Willow community garden and the brain injury centre. Both these diverse projects have greatly enhanced our community. Sterling’s for mer experience as a 10-year member of city council in a resource-based community in Ontario gives him a unique outlook on the economic problems facing Campbell Rriver. After serving 10 years on city council, Sterling was elected to the Ontario Legislature where he served as the parliamentary assistant to the Minster of Mines. Wth this experience,

Sterling understands ward is the sale of the importance of the surplus land providbalance between mine ing income, as well development and the as expanding the tax base. environment. In NovemSterling agrees ber we will be with the recent electing our “ad hoc” comfifth mayor this mittee statement decade. Durthat Campbell ing the same River is in a tranperiod we have sitional moment gone through in our economic Sterling the same numhistory. ber of chief “We must look Campbell for new ways to move administraters. “No wonder the staff forward” he says. The first step in that and council are seen to process is to focus on have difficulties with the upcoming 2012 bud- direction,” Campbell get. While holding the says. “During the line on taxes, council next council term, the must give priority to ground work must be proven economic devel- laid to achieve success as we lead ourselves opment efforts. If elected, Sterling out of our present would advocate the economic doldrums. use of the “zero based We must use all of the budget process” or a tools at our disposal to comparable system to move forward successclearly identify bud- fully. The next concer n get priorities while minimizing any tax that Sterling has is increases. During the the proposed hospi2011 budget debate the tal. “The new council lawn mowing incident must be vigilent to using the zero based make sure that there budget method would are no amended design have clearly identified changes that would adversely affect the the impact. A positive step for- proposed hospital.”

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I met Ziggy in 2010 through his involvement as Councilor/representative on the Campbell River Future of Forestry Task Force. The Task Force, in conjunction with the City, is endeavoring to return a larger forestry and forest products manufacturing presence back to Campbell River. Ziggy was completely engaged in the process and from the earliest days of my association as the Fibre Supply Consultant to the Task Force. I could see his passion and commitment to making things happen. My view of Ziggy is a born leader who knows how to roll up his sleeves and get things done for the benefit of the community. He is a positive communityfirst type individual and will make an excellent Mayor for your city. It is my pleasure to endorse Ziggy’s candidacy for the upcoming November 19th Campbell River mayoralty election. stewartformayor@shaw.ca 250-287-1995 Murray Hall Fibre Supply Consultant Duncan BC

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To Set the Record Straight A recent article in the Courier-Islander newspaper was taken out of context. I know it offended a number of people. I meant no denigration towards any sector of our citizenry. I spend a lot of time volunteering in our community: • Fundraising for various organizations • Community garden for the less fortunate • Habitat for Humanity • Homelessness coalition • Mentoring young officials at the arena I wanted the message to be “I am not applying for the job of Mayor for the money but for the chance to lead the growth and direction of our City into the future.” To those I offended, I apologize. Roy Grant Candidate for Mayor

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Advocate believes council is a full time job CIVIC The wheels I use to walk with have taken me along many thousands of miles, says city council candidate Brian Le Pas. “Along the way I have met some who equate intelligence with ability, and other who don’t,” he said. “The latter are those who see through impairments of the physical type and have encouraged me to ask for your support in my bid for one of six seats on Campbell Rivers City Council.” LePas said he will not mind working for $1 per hour. “I am not seeking this position for a second or third income. I believe that a City Council position is a full time job. Recently, a councillor stated

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that directs developers of any type of multifamily housing to dedicate 20 per cent of the total number of units they build to be fully accessible for senior citizens and persons with physical disabilities. In the long run this will allow agingin-place and freedom to live in whatever area of Campbell River one so chooses. Aging-inplace can happen, and will be a highly achievable improvement for our City. The third will be to support Coun. Andy Adams and others with their views on fiscal management styles used by City Financial Managers. The fourth will be to determine if indeed our city has become top heavy with managers. If this is correct, it must be determined which managers are redundant or inefficient and make staffing adjustments accordingly. “Let’s work together, you and I, towards an improved and efficient Campbell River: a Campbell River which embraces and welcomes business ingenuity, initiatives and growth.” In 2005, Le Pas first ran for city council: an unknown who garnered the vote of 887 Campbell Riverites. In 2008, he again ran for council and garnered the trust of 969 Campbell Riverites.

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will and desire to put in however many hours it takes to accomplish this.” In his first term, Le Pas will ask his fellow councillors and mayor for their support of four initiatives: The first will be to establish a bylaw whereby Campbell River be designated as a Low Speed Vehicle community. In a nutshell, electric vehicles under 50cc’s would be permitted to operate within city boundaries on roads with a designated maximum speed of 50 kilometers per hour. This fits in nicely with the City’s Green Zone initiatives and decreases vehicular pollution. The second will be to ask my fellow councillors to support a bylaw

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other than a second or third income. Dedication is one aspect of the quality of city councillor you will have in me.” Le Pas’ volunteer a c t iv i t i e s i n c l u d e advocating for persons with disabilities and First Nations, avid supporter of arts and culture, especially drama and theatre. HIs hobbies include playwriting and photography. “If elected to council, I would be an excellent fit for the Transportation Portfolio and the Housing Portfolio, however, which ever Portfolios I am assigned, I can assure you that I am highly capable of working diligently towards understanding how to deliver cost effective services and programs and have the

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Top Sirloin Grilling Steak Family Pack, 11.00 per kg

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4

99 lb

Frozen or Previously Frozen

Whole Pork Tenderloin

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Chicken Drumsticks Family Pack, 4.17 per kg

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1

3

PER

lb

Bonus Q-Points

lb

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lb

227-510gr

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265ml

500ml

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99

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5000

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Patak’s

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400ml

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5000

10,000

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lb

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Cooking Sauce

3

99

PER

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Sharwood’s

8.80 per kg

FREE Deli Style Bacon

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San Remo

Maple Leaf

2

PER

lb

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99

49

PER

QF Platinum Angus AAA Grade

2 Per Package, 6.59 per kg

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89

3

49

PER

Fresh Canadian

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Fresh

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Fresh Boneless Skinless

Center Cut Boneless

Chicken Thighs

Fresh Pork Loin Chops

Family Pack, 11.00 per kg

Family Pack, 8.80 per kg

Locally Raised B.C. Poultry

B.C. PORK

3

4

99

99

Fresh Chicken Wings Family Pack, 7.69 per kg

3 99 19 49

Locally Raised B.C. Poultry

PER

lb

Campfire

Harvest Meats

Sausage Rings & Chubs

Toupee Ham

Quarters, 5.49 per kg

300-375gr

500gr

PER

5 2

for

Each

49

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99

Danone

3

410-505gr

3

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8x80-93ml

99 4

3

99

Kraft

General Mills or Nestle

500ml

Selected , 330-380gr

Jam

Cereal

99

General Mills

Chex Gluten Free Cereal 365-395gr

VALUE

FREE

Q

points Yaki Nori Seaweed 28gr

3000 Itoh Sushi-Ginger 340gr

3000 Sushi Roll Mats 1ʼs

3500 Pledge Multi Surface Cleaner

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750gr-1kg

650gr

7

9

$ 99

bonus

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for

1 2 ”

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2$

Chicken Thighs Frozen, 2.5kg

Olympic

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lb

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99

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Enjoy Hallowe’en with your family by Goblin’’up these deals! Kraft

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Cracker Barrel Cheddar or Mozzarella Cheese

9

907gr

Kraft

Singles Cheese Slices

5 1kg

99

1kg

99

MacLaren’s

Kraft

380gr

Sharp Cheddar, 250gr

6

Kraft

Miracle Whip

3

1lt

250ml

4$ for

2$

5

2$ for

Nestle

Crunch,Butterfinger & Baby Ruth 90’s

12’s

4

Pacific Red, 213gr

8

Hawkins

Cheezies Lunch Snak-Pak 8x28gr

2$ for

5

3$ for

4

2 $5 for

Snack Size Chocolate Bars

Snacking Crackers

200-225gr

200-454gr

for

Dare

Original Wagon Wheels 630gr

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3

2$ for

5 For

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5

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4

4

99

Taquitos 794-853gr

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99 2

5

99

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Lynch

Carnation Hot Chocolate

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10x13-28gr

58

¢ 99

99

Value Size Granola Bars or Fruit Gushers

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10x23gr

2$

Hungry-Man Dinner

907gr

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2 $5

for

for

Swanson

Perogies

360-455gr

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110-472gr

Seedless Raisins

5

99

272-552gr

99 3

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Ground Coffee or Tassimo

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20’s or 40’s

99

Burritos or Chimichangas

250gr

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6’s

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44’s

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99 3

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Plus Applicable Fees

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99

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99

Favorites Snack Size Bars

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99

Gourmet Delight Vegetables

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2$

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85gr

Ritz Crackers

550gr

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5 4

Snack Size Chocolate Bars

For

Whole Smoked Oysters

Sockeye Salmon

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Cookies

for

Plus Applicable Fees

30’s

3$ for

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4

99

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5

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99

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99

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99

5

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Funbites or Squiggles Fruit Snack

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Selected, 5x200ml

1.89lt

100% Pure Apple Juice

100% Juice

Assorted Sizes

8

99

2 $5 for

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Black Forest or Old Fashioned Ham

Cooked or Smoked Turkey Breast Garlic Sausage

99

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99

¢

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Chicken Drumsticks

PER gr

100

Instore Cooked

Roast Beef

2

Regular or with Garlic

Each

10,000

Q

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bonus

Unico Flat Anchovie Fillets 50gr

2000

3

250gr

3000 Betty Crocker Fruit by the Foot

2000

Royale Facial Tissue 88ʼs or 132ʼs

Airwick Scented Oil Refill 42ml

5000

Village Cheese

Smoked Salmon or Amber Ale Cheddar

PER

100gr

Per 100gr .............................

16/20 Large Size

29 PER gr

100

Pepper, Hungarian, Wine or Gypsy

2

29

PER gr

100

PER

100gr

Dinner for 4

42

95

Egg Roll

Each .......................................

149

Available at Select Stores

Serving Suggestions

Fresh Snapper Fillets Weather Permitting

99

¢

PER gr

100

Black Tiger Prawns

1

29 PER

100gr

Collosal East Coast U10 size

Scallops

Frozen or Previously Frozen

Frozen or Previously Frozen

1

99 PER

100gr

Fresh Hand Peeled Shrimp

2

79 PER gr

100

Fresh Imitation Crab Meat

3

49 PER

100gr

89

¢ PER

100gr

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1000

Per 100gr.......................................

3-4 lb Size Frozen, Head On

180-250gr

5000

299 399 299

Sockeye Salmon

Dare Peg Top Candy

650ml

Amsterdammer or Courtenay Cheddar

Salami

¢

Johnstone Strait

3000

Green Works Liquid Dish Soap

Natural Pastures

49

Astro Tzatziki Dip

300gr

Italian

Gorgonzola

Per 100gr .............................

3000

Dare Ruffles Macaroon Biscuits

100

Island Bries

250gr

5000

99

PER gr

1

• Local B.C. Pork • Lactose & Gluten Free • No Added MSG • No Growth Promotants

Potato Salad with Egg or Creamy Coleslaw

Little Qualicum Cheeseworks

Apetina Feta

Variety Pack, 128gr

49

PER

100gr


WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 26, 2011

Hoagie Buns

Multigrain Bread

4

2$ for

Bakery Fresh

Bakery Fresh

Bagels

10” Apple Pie

6

2

for

2 $5

Double Layer

Creamy Caramel Delight Cake

Chocolate Eclairs ... for

for

Bakery Fresh

Bonus Q-Points

Cinnamon Buns

for

2

Tortillas

Selected, 204-410gr

WholeGrains or Country Originals Bread

Selected, 600gr

Decadent Chocolate Cake........

10

Gizella

Swirl Cheesecake.......................... Coffee Cake

........................................................

Dewlands

100% Fruit Juice Blend 1lt

Alexia

Potatoes or Onion Rings

for Plus

Applicable Fees

398ml

Natural Laundry Detergent

22-35’s

99 5

2 $5

PER

100gr

Now available at all Quality Foods Stores! Quality Foods is proud to introduce over 100 new

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99 9

Seventh Generation

Chlorine Free Baby Wipes

Resealable Travel Pack, 70’s

99 3

99 2

Quality Fresh

Quality Fresh

99

Chlorine Free Diapers

Free & Clear, 1.1lt

for

¢

Seventh Generation

Automatic Dishwasher Gel

Organic Soup

2

Seventh Generation

Seventh Generation

Wolfgang Puck

99

2

for

1.47lt

3 $5

340-567gr

6

2$

99

Organic Raw Cashews 200gr

99 4

Bakery Fresh

Assorted Muffins 6 Pack, Each e

5000

points Q

bonus

Dempster’s

1599 799 499

Triple Layer

99

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6 49

6 99 6 99

99

Chocolate Covered Peanuts or Raisins

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Bakery Fresh

Dononi Chocolate

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Organic Soy Nuts

Roasted with Salt, 200gr

99 2

Country Harvest Bread Selected, 675gr

10,000 Dempsterʼs Original or Body Wise Bagels 6ʼs

5000

Manitoba Harvest Certified Organic Hemp Protein 454gr

10,000 Spike Seasoning 54-85gr

7500 Bobʼs Red Mill Pancake Mix Gluten Free, 623gr

5000

Knorr Pasta Sauce Mix 37-48gr

2000 Friskies Chefʼs Blend Dry Cat Food 9kg

10,000 Purina O.N.E. Puppy or Dog Food 2.7kg

5000 Milkbone Biscuits or Snacks 800-900gr

3000


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JOIN US FOR THE SAVINGS SPOOKTACULAR IF YOU DARE!!! Mexican “Large”

1

5lb bag

Fresh Asparagus

Each

2.18 per kg

99

Bartlett Pears

per lb

1.94 per kg

California “Andy Boy”

Floral

Floral

Floral

Floral

Floral

99 Floral

Oriental Lily

Something Pumpkin Bouquet

14

99 Each

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69 Each

Each

13

4.39 per kg

each

4”

Consumer Bunch

Red Sweet Bell Peppers

¢

Floral

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Organic Bunched Broccoli

1

3$ for

29

2lb Bag

per lb

Washington Grown

Organic Cello Carrots

Organic

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per lb ic

Organic

4

2$ for

Free Wi-Fi

24

per lb

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Organic Avovadoes

MON.

¢

99

Organ

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Mexican “Hass Variety”

California “Premium”

2.84 per kg

1

B.C. “Hot House”

Extra Large

Fresh Romaine Lettuce

6oz Clamshell

88

Washington “Fancy”

ic

each

¢

an

Floral

Royal Gala Apples

Or g

for

B.C. “Extra Fancy”

Org a

2$

3

44

an ic

6

Fresh Raspberries

99

4lb Bag

Or g

California “Driscoll’s”

Per lb

nic

Navel Oranges

3

Gourmet Yellow Nugget Potatoes

Organ ic

Australia “Premium”

99

The Little Potato Co.

Organic

4.39 per kg

4

7 DAYS OF SAVINGS – OCTOBER WED. THUR. FRI. SAT. Store

TUES.In

25

26

27

28

29

WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES

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Former trustee seeks return to board George Maclagan is seeking your support in being elected as a School Trustee for School District # 72 I know from having served as a School Trustee from 2002 until 2008 that locallyelected school trustees play a vital role in maintaining a just and free society. They are the public voice in public education, reflecting local values and ensuring that communities are represented in the public educational system. Maclagan’s roots are deep in Campbell River with his family moving here in 1967. He met his wife Colleen

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2011 over 30 years ago here in Campbell River and they have chosen to make Campbell River their home. They see this as the best place to raise their two sons. “Having children who are part of the student body of School District 72 provides me with a direct connection to our schools

“I know how imporand the challenges that continue to be tant education is to all faced in Public Educa- our families and I am a tion,” Maclagan says. passionate advocate for “My youngest son has persons with disabilities and conspecial needs tinue to assist and he has other families been g reatly in dealing with challenged to the challenges find success in that they may education, but face in their with the help of d ay t o d ay many amazing lives. and dedicated “ I b e l i eve members of the that one Campbell River George should give a n d D i s t r i c t Maclagan back to the Teachers Association, CUPE Local community by which 723 and the Campbell they have so greatly River Principals and benefited and so I volVice Principals Associ- unteer my time with ation, he is finding his S p e c i a l O l y m p i c s way in the world and Campbell River and his future is getting serve as Chapter Chair of the North Vancoubrighter every day.

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ver Island Multiple Sclerosis Society where I also hold a provincial and national position with the Multiple Sclerosis Society of BC, advocating all levels of government for proper funding for persons with chronic health conditions.” Maclagan believes that one of the greatest goals our province should have is that everyone who enters the public education system shall graduate with the skills and abilities necessary to become successful and contributing members of our society. Regardless of ability, failure is not an option for any student.



Professional Development meetings. In addition, coaching grade 5/6 basketball and directing the community basketball

program, Young Guns, confirms the value I place on all extra-curricular activities. “I remain excited and passionate serv-

ing as a trustee. It has been more than satisfying, it is inspirational. Being a member of a board that is guided by a detailed planning,

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Incumbent remains excited and passionate about serving Warren Harle began his 33-year teaching career as a grade 6 teacher in Alaska. Nine years later, he immigrated to Prince Ruper t, where he served for six years as a principal and director of instruction. The move was a career and life changing decision. That’s where I also became a foster parent of 28 children that spanned 15 years. He then moved to Campb e l l River a n d served as a principal at Southgate, Carihi a n d Warren S a y - Harle ward schools and has been a resident of Campbell River for 35 years. Following retirement, Harle became the owner of an ocean kayaking enterprise, and he commercially salmon fished with his two oldest sons. Before long, his first of 14 grandchildren entered kindergarten and rekindled his need to again be involved in the shaping of our schools; thus, his first term as a trustee. Harle says he takes pride in frequently visiting schools. “ Vi e w i n g live instruction, allows one to appreciate how creative and inspirational teachers perform daily. As well, I also connect with grass roots issues by having been the board’s representative at District Parent Advisory Council and Core

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has resulted in decision making that is Continued on Page A27

Village of Sayward NOTICE OF ELECTION BY VOTING PUBLIC NOTICE is given to the electors of the Village of Sayward that an election by voting is necessary to elect a Mayor and four Councillors, terminating November 2014. The Mayor has already been elected by acclamation and the following persons nominated as candidates and for whom votes will be received are:

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Surname Debra L Coates Rosemary Croteau David Alan Braybrook Norman F Kirschner Diane L Mason Michael D Marsh

Usual Name Debbie Coates Rosemary Croteau Al Braybrook Norm Kirschner Diane Mason Mike Marsh

Jurisdiction of Residence Village of Sayward Village of Sayward Village of Sayward Village of Sayward Village of Sayward Village of Sayward

ADVANCED VOTING DAY: Wednesday November 9th 2011: 8:00am to 8:00pm Kelsey Recreation Gymnasium 652, K’Husam Way, Sayward. GENERAL VOTING DAY will be open to qualified electors of the Village of Sayward on Saturday, November 19, 2011 between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 8:00 p.m. at the Kelsey Recreation Gymnasium, 652 K’Husam Way, Sayward. Elector Registration (voting day only registration) There is no need to pre-register to vote as the registration of all electors for this election will take place at the time of voting. You will be required to make a solemn declaration that you meet the following requirements: • 18 years of age or older • Canadian citizen • resident of BC for at least 6 months immediately preceding voting day (May 19, 2011) • resident of OR registered owner of real property in the Village of Sayward for at least 30 days immediately preceding voting day (October 19, 2011), and not otherwise disqualified by law from voting. Resident electors will also be required to produce 2 pieces of identification (at least one with a signature). Picture identification is not necessary. The identification must prove both residency and identity. If you are unable to prove residency you must make a solemn declaration as to your place of residence. Non Resident Property Electors will be required to complete an application for registration by providing proof of ownership of the property (title certificate or current title search), 2 pieces of identification confirming identity as explained for resident electors and a non resident property elector consent form of a majority of the registered owners, if there is more than 1 owner. Non Resident Property Electors are encouraged to contact the Village Office prior to Voting Day to ensure that all documents are properly completed. Identifying documents that may be accepted for registration purposes:

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N.B. blues band coming here High energy blues rockers Ross Neilsen and The Sufferin’ Bastards are coming to Campbell River. The group started a cross country tour in New Brunswick and have over 50 dates booked for the fall, as they promote their new album What You Need Volume 2. They will rock out at the Quinnie at 10 p.m. on Thurs. Nov. 3. The new acoustic CD showcases the band’s searing guitar work, aggressive vocals and a tight rhythm section. Ross Neilsen and The Sufferin’ Bastards are hot off a busy summer tour that included numerous blues festivals, one of which was Montreal’s prestigious Jazz Fest, as well as opening spots for Levon Helm and Jonny Lang at Harvest Jazz and Blues Festival. Neilsen also won an opportunity to repre-

Ross Neilsen and The Sufferin’ Bastards will bring their high energy blues rock to the Quinnie next Thursday.

sent New Brunswick and Harvest Jazz and Blues Festival in Memphis at the 2012 International Blues Challenge where he’ll compete on a global stage in the

solo/duo category. “We’ve had an incredible year already, playing with some of our heroes... I really do feel like I’m living in a dream,” said Neilsen.

“I can’t think of a better way to cap off our year than to tour our magnificent country taking our new album to our favourite clubs in Canada.”

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Share in a process of self-discovery with Nanaimo poet Kamal Parmar, from 2-3:30 p.m. at the Campbell River library on Sat. Nov. 5. Par mar will read from her recently published book, Fleeting Shadows, as well as from a current manuscript of personal essays bringing past memories of India to

life with lingering nostalgia. Parmar was born in India, and has been passionately writing for the past 16 years. Many of her poems have been published in Canadian literary magazines, and she has written several books. She writes evocatively about her childhood memories of India, as well as her

very different life on the Prairies, where she lived for many years trying to come to terms with the vast and sometimes bleak landscape. Parmar’s poems seem simple to read, yet are rich with images that quickly form pictures in the reader’s mind, many like extended haiku. She will also present

slides from India to help convey the atmosphere of her youth. Join Pramar as she shares her sensitive observations on the natural and personal world. This is a free event, and everyone is welcome. Light refreshments will be served. For more information, call Elizabeth Johnson at 250-287-3655.


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ivercity Players is off to a riproaring start with its 2011/2012 season for two reasons: First of all, Ruth Nichol, long time star of the Vancouver stage, is going to direct the first play. Secondly, the play they have chosen, The Female Odd Couple, is a comedy written by Neil Simon, the most commercially successful playwright in theatre history. Nichol was very impressed with the actors who turned out for auditions. “I could have cast the play twice over,” she enthused. “There is so much talent in Campbell River.” Nichol herself received compliments about her own talent from some serious theatre critics: “Ruth Nichol is one of the funniest women on the Canadian stage” said Richard Ouzounian of The Toronto Star. “Ruth Nichol is to be admired for her resourceful, versatile, comic flair” wrote Jamie Portman of the

Ruth Nichol directs Rivercity Players’ season opening production of The Odd Couple (Female Version).

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Female Odd Couple. Trivial Pursuit takes the place of poker games, but the questions and answers add hugely to the entertainment. This also was a Broadway success with Sally Struthers and Rita Moreno in the lead roles. Nichol has also done the play on the professional stage. “It is a fantastically funny script and I am looking forward to doing it with such a talented cast,” she

says. Nichol is now semiretired and living in Campbell River. The Odd Couple (Female Version) will run at the Tidemark Theatre Nov. 16-20 with matinees at 2 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 19 and Sunday, Nov. 20. Two for one – In order to encourage more people to become theatre goers, Rivercity Players is offering a special deal for opening night only – buy one ticket and get another one free.

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Re: The estate of MARGARET ELIZABETH RITCHIE, deceased, formerly of 555 2 Avenue, Campbell River, BC. Creditors and others having claims against the estate of Margaret Elizabeth Ritchie are hereby notiďŹ ed under section 38 of the Trustee Act that particulars of their claims should be sent to the Executor c/o Villani & Company, #103-7020 Duncan Street, Powell River, BC V8A 1V9 on or before November 21, 2011, 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. Executor: June Westgate Solicitor for Executor: Stacey K. McCausland nd

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I’ll miss your smile & loving heart & our memories together. I will never forget. I will always love you Darryl TERRY RYAN Jan 16, 1946 - Oct 27, 2009

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Your Presence We Miss, Your Memory We Treasure, Loving You Always, Forgetting You Never.

Jerry Toews, 64, passed away on October 20, 2011 at home surrounded by loving family. He was married to Margaret in 1973 and moved to Campbell River shortly after, where he lived the rest of his life. Jerry will be lovingly remembered by his wife, 5 children, siblings, grandchildren and many other relatives and friends. A service will be held at Suttons Funeral Home, 502 S. Dogwood Street, Campbell River, BC, on Wednesday, October 26 at 12:15 pm with a celebration of his life from 2–6pm at the Royal Canadian Legion 301 11th Avenue in Campbell River. Messages of condolence for the family may be left at www.suttonsfuneralhome.com

A loving Husband, Father, Papa and Friend. You’ll always be Missed and Forever Loved. Wishing you were here. Love Alice, George & Connie, Shawnette & Dale, his grandsons Zack & Tristan

COMMUNITY ANNOUNCEMENTS COMING EVENTS BREAST CANCER Survivors. River Spirit Dragon Boat Team invites all breast cancer survivors to join them at the fresh water Marina, 9 am Saturdays. The paddling Season is from March to November. You can join us anytime! Please contact Molly Milroy 250-203-2447 email: teamriverspirit@gmail.com

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It is with a sad heart that we announce the sudden passing of our beloved son, brother, boyfriend, uncle, nephew, cousin, and friend. Kyle passed away in Vancouver General Hospital surrounded by his loved ones. He was predeceased by his father Floyd Woods. Kyle is survived by his loving mother Jane McLeod, stepdad Gary Lefrancois, sister Nicole Scow, girlfriend Joanna Ellis, nephew Rylan Scow, and grandfather Ross McLeod. He also leaves to mourn his aunts and uncles: John, Vicky, Flossie, Sam, George and Tim Woods, and Alex McLeod; cousins Candice and Samara; and countless other people who were blessed to know him. Kyle was an accomplished Journeyman Roofer in Surrey, BC for 6 years. He played on the Fighting Eagles Football team for ďŹ ve years and was a graduate of Chatlech Secondary School in Sechelt BC. The family invites you to a Celebration of Kyle’s Life on Sunday, October 30, 2011 at 2 pm in the Campbell River Baptist Church, 260 South Dogwood Street.

Please support our work in the community with a donation to the Campbell River Hospice Society

MID-ISLAND POTTERS 19th ANNUAL POTTERY SALE Saturday, October 29th, 11am-5pm Parksville Community Centre (formerly at TighNa-Mara). Free admission. Door prizes. 132 East Jensen Avenue, Parksville

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PROJECT MER ET MONTAGNE SCHOOL Campbell River, BC DATE: Oct 13, 2011 OWNERS: Conseil ScolaireFrancophone de la Columbie Britannique 180-10200 Shellbridge Way, Richmond, BC V6X 2W7 CONSTRUCTION MANAGER: NEWHAVEN CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT LTD Suite 200-321 Seymour Blvd, North Vancouver V7J 3S9 CONSULTANT: MAC FARLAND MARCEAU ARCHITECTS LTD. #303-2930 Arbutus St, Vancouver, BC V6J 3Y9 In accordance with the Builder’s Lien Act of British Columbia, the date of substantial completion for the Mer et Montagne School in Campbell River is established as of October 13, 2011. In accordance with the Builder’s Lien Act, liens must be ďŹ led within a 45 days period following date of completion. EXCEPTION: Trade Contractor Bayside Mechanical Ltd is not included under this Notice of Substantial Completion, nor is the Preschool Addition.

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NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND OTHERS RE: THE ESTATE OF Evelyn Louise Wanless deceased, formerly of 1700 Comox Ave, Comox, BC. Creditors and others having claims against the Estate of Evelyn Louise Wanless are hereby notiďŹ ed under Section 38 of the Trustee Act that particulars of their claims should be sent to the Executor, at 201 - 467 Cumberland Road, Courtenay, B.C., V9N 2C5, on or before December 12, 2011, 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. By ANDREA W. ROWE Barrister & Solicitor Swift Datoo Law Corp #201 - 467 Cumberland Rd, Courtenay, BC, V9N 2C5. Phone: (250) 334-4461 Fax: (250) 334-2335

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TRAVEL HOUSESITTING ACTIVE SENIOR couple, fr the Okanagan would like to house or condo sit fr. Dec. 1, 2011-March 31,2012 in Campbell River. Ref. avail. Please call 250-923-2676 after 6pm.

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POSITION: Casual Cook FACILITY: The Salvation Army Evergreen House 690 Evergreen Road, Campbell River, B.C. V9W 2R7 RESPONSIBILITIES: Prepares meals; may prepare for special dietary needs of the residents; Adapts work practices within specific parameters to ensure the efficient delivery of food services; Makes use of and decides on best use of resources, including donations to minimize waste; Follows guidelines for the safety and security of food and equipment and monitors practices to ensure adherence; May supervise students and/or volunteers; May order food supplies; Performs other duties as assigned. QUALIFICATIONS: Food Safe Level 1 TERMS: Casual on call SALARY: $10.97 per hour (hire rate) Interested applicants must respond in writing with resume and cover letter by October 28, 2011 to: Wendy Tyrer 291 McLean Street, Campbell River, BC V9W 2M4 or email to: tyrer.wendy@gmail.com We thank all applicants, however, only those candidates to be interviewed will be contacted. PLEASE NO PHONE CALLS

POSITION: Residential Worker B (Casual on call) FACILITY: Evergreen House Emergency Shelter 690 Evergreen Road, Campbell River, BC V9W 3R7 RESPONSIBILITIES: The successful candidate will be responsible to: Be available for shift work in a 24/7 facility; Monitor the activities of clients and to be available for personal, practical and moral support; Accurately record day-to-day happenings using established methods; Coordinate client care as it relates to security issues; Carry out inspections; Prepare & serve meals; Perform other duties as assigned; Have basic computer skills in Microsoft Word, Publisher and Excel. Be willing to sign an averaging agreement. Have a current BC Driver’s License. QUALIFICATIONS: Preference will be given to candidates with basic first aid and food safe level 1, WHMIS, Non violent Crisis Intervention. TERMS: Casual on call shift work SALARY: $14.79 per hour (hire rate) Interested applicants must respond in writing by October 28, 2011 to: Wendy Tyrer, email: sashelter@crnfp.net Mailing Address: 291 McLean Street, Campbell River, BC V9W 2M4 Applications are NOT to be delivered to Evergreen House. We thank all applicants, however, only those candidates to be interviewed will be contacted. PLEASE NO PHONE CALLS.

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Western Forest Products Inc is an integrated Canadian forest products company located on Vancouver Island delivering unique, quality products to our customers in a safe, sustainable environment. We are currently seeking fully experienced: Front End Log Loader Operator with dry land sort experience, Grapple Yarder Operator, Hoe Chucker Operator and Grapple Yarder Hooktender. Please forward resumes to: Operations Administrator, PO Box 220, Gold River, BC, V0P 1G0, Fax: 250-283-7222. Only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

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We are currently seeking a highly motivated and hard working individual to join our team in the role of Administrative Assistant. Our company is the Canadian division of the international aquaculture company Cermaq. We are a growth oriented company, focused on being one of the major global salmon farming companies. We strive for quality of our product, safe working environments and sustainable aquaculture.

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You will have grade 12 education, and be proficient in computer operations, including MS Word and Excel. Completion of an Office Administration course would be an asset. Prerequisites to hiring is a criminal record check. We offer competitive wages, a corporate bonus program, company paid benefits package, and a matching retirement fund plan. If you have the skills we are looking for, and you would like to become part of our team please forward a resume, in person, by fax or e-mail to: Mainstream Canada 203-919 Island Highway, Campbell River, BC V9W 2C2 Fax: 250-286-0042 E-Mail: careers@mainstreamcanada.com Please state “Administrative Assistant – Campbell River” in subject line.

ELECTRICIAN Pacific National Processing Ltd. Tofino, B.C. We are currently seeking a highly motivated and hard working team member to join Pacific National Processing Ltd. Pacific National Processing, located in Tofino, is a wholly owned subsidiary of EWOS and managed by Mainstream Canada, the Canadian division of the international aquaculture company Cermaq. We are a growth oriented company and we strive for the quality of our product, safe working environments and sustainable aquaculture. Our electrician will specialize in trouble shooting, repairing and replacing electrical control systems, electric over air, motors, sensors, frequency drives, PLC’S, refrigeration controls, generators, compressors and other industrial electrical applications.

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The shift schedule will generally be Monday to Friday. Hours may vary to facilitate maintenance during plant downtime, and will be required to respond to trouble calls. The ideal applicant will be a journeyman electrician, with a strong mechanical aptitude and demonstrated ability to work in an industrial setting.

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GRANDE PRAIRIE Regional College has an exciting opportunity for a Beekeeping Instructor to teach courses in the recently announced Commercial Beekeeping program located in Fairview, Alberta. This program includes classroom study combined with a handson practicum. For more information visit our website at www.gprc.ab.ca/careers.

MATH GROUPS Grades 10-12

Call Diane

250-830-0295 SERVICE MANAGER - Hanna Chrysler Ltd. (Hanna, Alberta). Opportunity in a perfect family environment. Strong team, competitive wages, benefits, growth potential. Fax resume: 403-854-2845. Email: chrysler@telusplanet.net

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HOME/BUSINESS SERVICES CLEANING SERVICES HOUSECLEANER Available in Willow Point Area. $18/hr. Experienced, energetic & efficient. Call 250-923-9428.

HANDYPERSONS

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THE ONE - The Only - The only one in Canada! Only authorized Harley-Davidson Technician Program at GPRC’s Fairview Campus. Fairview, Alberta. On-campus residences. 1-888-999-7882; www.gprc.ab.ca/fairview.

Commercial Painting

VOLUNTEER REQUESTS October 24, 2011 NI Alcohol & Drug Information Society: Reception duties while coordinator is out of the office, 1 full day & 2 half days per month.

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Shoreline Arts Society: Transformations on the Shore needs a secretary for Board Meetings held the first Wed of the each month at 7:00 p.m.

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HOUSES FOR SALE

APARTMENT/CONDO

WILLOW POINTGreat Rancher! 4 yrs old, in great neighbourhood, minutes from Sea Walk & schools, 3 bdrms, 2 bath, 1266 sq ft on .13 acre, fully fenced yrd, 2 car garage, carpet in bdrms, laminate thru out rest of house, all stainless steel appls, underground sprinkler system. Call (250)923-2467.

1 Bdrm available immediately Cedarbrook Apts, Heat & Hot water incl, adult oriented. Call 250-914-0105 to view 2-Bdrm available immediately Orchard Park Apts. Secure building, oversize suites, large/ quiet private yard, indoor cat welcome, on-site laundry. Ref req’d. Ph. 250-914-0105 to view. 2 Bdrm Condo, Quiet 50+ Bldg at Big Rock Location. On bus route, across from Seawalk, ground floor. Avail Immediately, $750/mth. No Pets. 250-202-6050 2-Bdrm Oceanfront Apt. 321 Isl. Hwy. Avail. Dec. 1/11 N/P, N/S Adult oriented. Phone 250-286-6130 3-bdrm, 2-bath, oceanfront condo w/ spectacular view, located downtown. Quiet adult building. $1190. Call Terry @ 778-420-3999

MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE BUILDING SALE... Final clearance. “Rock bottom prices” 25 x 40 x 12 $7350. 30 x 60 x 15 $12,700. 35 x 70 x 16 $15,990. 40 x 80 x 16 $20,990. 47 x 100 x 18 $25,800. 60 x 140 x 20 $50,600. End walls included, doors optional. Pioneer Steel 1-800-668-5422. CAN’T GET Up your stairs? Acorn Stairlifts can help! No obligation consultation. Comprehensive warranty. Can be installed in less than 1 hour. Call now 1-866-981-6591. CAN’T GET Up Your Stairs? Acorn Stairlifts can help. Call Acorn Stairlifts now! Mention this ad & get 10% off your new Stairlift! Call 1-866-981-5990.

250-287-7420 or 250-202-9996

FIREWORKS

HOME IMPROVEMENTS

Secondhand & Military Store

For these and many more volunteer opportunities, contact: Volunteer Campbell River at 250-287-8111 Or check our website: www.volunteercr.ca

A FINISHING & RENOVATION company, Husband and wife team, Journeyman Contractor and Interior Designer for kitchen cabinets, drywall mudding & painting, Bathrooms, Fireplace Mantels. Free Estimates, call Design House 250-204-4417.

HELP WANTED

PERSONAL SERVICES

LANDSCAPING CURT’S LANDSCAPING tree service, stump removal,landscaping installations, hedge trimming, pruning, brush chipping, bobcat excavations. Free estimates. Call (250)830-8776

FOR HALLOWEEN

AUXILIARY EQUIPMENT OPERATORS Emcon Services Inc., Road & Bridge Maintenance contractor, is looking for Auxiliary Equipment Operators for the current winter season, preferably with experience operating snowplows and sanding trucks. Operators are needed for Denman and Hornby Islands, Comox Valley, Campbell River, Cortes and Quadra islands, Gold River, Sayward, Woss, Tahsis and Port Hardy. Qualifications include: Valid BC Drivers Licence (minimum Class 3 / air). • Proven highway trucking experience • Experience driving tandem axle vehicles and operating a variety of transmissions. • Pre-employment drug screening. Qualified applicants are invited to submit résumés, along with photocopy of drivers licence, an up-to-date drivers abstract and references to substantiate driving experience to: Emcon Services Inc. Box 1300 - 3190 Royston Rd Cumberland, BC V0R 1S0 Island@emcon services.ca Fax: 250-336-8892 *Please specify the area that you would be able to work*

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SUB - CONTRACTORS Emcon Services Inc., Road and Bridge Maintenance contractor, is looking for sub-contractors with snow removal equipment available for the 2011/2012-winter season to operate in Denman & Hornby Islands, Comox Valley, Campbell River, Cortes and Quadra Islands, Gold River, Port Hardy, Sayward, Tahsis and Woss. Expressions of Interest should be submitted no later than October 21, 2011, and include type of equipment, hourly rates, and WCB number to: Emcon Services Inc. Box 1300 – 3190 Royston Road, Cumberland BC V0R 1S0 Island@emcon services.ca Fax: 250-336-8892

EVELYN M. Painting, Quality work, interior prep to complete. Low odor paint, no muss, no fuss, free estimates. 250-204-4417.

TELEPHONE SERVICES A PHONE Disconnected? We Can Help. Best Rates. Speedy Connections. Great Long Distance. Everyone Approved. Call Today. 1-877-852-1122. Protel Reconnect.

PETS FEED & HAY GET BACK ON TRACK! Bad credit? Bills? Unemployed? Need Money? We Lend! If you own your own home - you qualify. Pioneer Acceptance Corp. Member BBB. 1-877987-1420. www.pioneerwest.com IF YOU own a home or real estate, Alpine Credits can lend you money: It’s that simple. Your credit/age/income is not an issue. 1-800-587-2161. M O N E Y P R OV I D E R . C O M . $500 Loan and +. No Credit Refused. Fast, Easy, 100% Secure. 1-877-776-1660. NEED CASH TODAY?

The Lemare Group is currently seeking a full time ticketed welder for the North Vancouver Island area. Union wages. Fax resume to 250-956-4888 or email: office@lemare.ca. We are still hiring - Dozer & excavator operators required by a busy Alberta oilfield construction company. We require operators that are experienced and preference will be given to operators that have constructed oilfield roads and drilling locations. You will be provided with motels and restaurant meals. Competitive wages, bonus and transportation daily to and from job sites. Our work is in the vicinity of Edson, Alberta. Call 780-723-5051.

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LEGAL SERVICES DIAL-A-LAW: access free information on BC law. 604-6874680; 1-800-565-5297; www.dialalaw.org (audio available). Lawyer referral service: need a lawyer? Learn more by calling 604-687-3221; 1-800-663-1919.

SERVANTE FARM Hay. 2nd cut hay- drive in barn, you load. Call (250)338-0110.

PETS BOXER PUPPIES- Excellent temperament/pedigree. Non registered, health tested parents available for viewing. 1250-336-8475. (Comox Valley) Serious enquiries only.

MERCHANDISE FOR SALE FREE ITEMS FREE FERTILIZE grow bags, great for winter mulch or mix in with any existing soil. Excellent for giving your flower or vegetable garden a boost. Call Fiesta Greenhouses - Leave msg and we will return your call. 250-923-2671 FREE: TO a good home, 2 female rabbits (1 yr old), cage and shavings included. Call Cristina, 778-420-4043, C.R.

FRIENDLY FRANK Crib w/Mattress (white) good cond. $30 Karate suit (black) size 1, never worn $35. Call 250-286-4290

250-337-1750 SAWMILLS FROM only $3997 - Make money & save money with your own bandmill - Cut lumber any dimension. In stock ready to ship. Free Info & DVD: 1-800-566-6899 Ext:400OT. www.NorwoodSawmills.com/ 400OT

MISCELLANEOUS WANTED Cash for most items of Value. Furniture, Tools, Free Housecalls

See Yellow Pages under Oddball Used Furn & Antiques C.R., Courtenay, Comox,etc. Call Ron 250-204-1237

TOOLS 10” TABLE SAW ($250); 10” Mitre Saw ($150); 4x36 Sander($125). (250)923-3126

REAL ESTATE BUSINESSES FOR SALE CHEMAINUS MURAL Tour business. Includes all equipment and horses. Storage and horse boarding available to correct buyer. $35,000. Call (250)246-5055.

COMMERCIAL/INDUSTRIAL COURTENAY - For sale or Lease 1.77 Acres - Prime Commercial Across from Costco. Serviced. 778.918.7566 Great location across from Robert Ostler Park. 940 Island Hwy, great exposure to traffic, good traffic flow. 850sq. feet. Contact 250-286-6322 or drmarklawrence@gmail.com

FOR SALE BY OWNER OCEAN VIEW Condominium for sale! 935 sq.ft. 2 bdrm, 2 bath, insuite laundry, storage. Well managed, 55+, clean building. Asking $198,000. Call Ryan at 250-914-1872. OPEN house, Sat, Oct 1, 11am2pm. 766 Bushbuck Drive, CR. 2116 sq ft. Ready to move into condition. 4 bedrooms, 3 full bathrooms, 2 car garage. Suite potential. Family and living rooms, large laundry, gas fireplace and furnace, built in vacuum. Situated on a low maintenance, .22 acre lot with sprinkler system. Close to all levels of schools, shopping, and sports facilities. $314,000. Call Barb at 1778-822-6753 or e-mail fitlyspoken@hotmail.ca.

BUYING - RENTING- SELLING LARGE FRIDGE, Kenmore, pale yellow, good cond. $90. (250)287-8737.

HOMES WANTED

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LOTS WANTED BUILDING lot for reasonable price, no agents. Dan, (250)203-4132.

MOBILE HOMES & PARKS MOBILE HOME for sale. Was $29,900. Asking $20,000. cash firm. New: siding, roof, eaves troughs, laminate flooring. Nice starter home. Quinsam Mobile Home Park. (250)202-0501.

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1 Bdrm suite $680. 2 Bdrm suite $800. Available Nov. 1st

• Galley Kitchen with dishwasher • Hardwood floors • Child and Pet Friendly • References Mike (250)830-7012 visit our website www.dumacholdings.com

ARIZONA RANCH Lots! 50% OFF! 15, AAA+ View Lots. $0 Down! Starting $99/MO! Guaranteed Financing! Near Tucson’s Int’l Airport www.sunsiteslandrush.com Call 1-800-659-9957 Mention Code 7.

CAMPBELL RIVER- 2 bdrm in sm quiet well maintained complex near town. No dogs. $625. Available Dec 1. (250)923-3635. CAMPBELL RIVER, catering to mature people, newly reno’d 1 & 2 bdrm suites. Clean, quiet, secure bldg. Centrally located. Cable, phone, internet incl. Manager onsite, avail now. Call 250-203-8334. CAMPBELL RIVER, Cedar Place, 1 bdrm Apt. Avail Nov. 1, $600./mo. Responsible tenants wanted for a clean quiet building with family atmosphere. Close to hospital. Refs req’d. Call 250-286-4881. WILLOW POINT- 1 bdrm in priv home, own entrance, W/D, F/S. NS/NP. $750 inclds heat/electricity. (250)923-1302

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SEASONED FIREWOOD Vancouver Island’s largest firewood producer offers firewood legally obtained during forest restoration, large cords, fast delivery. Help restore your forest, Burndrywood.com or 1877-902-WOOD.

DO-IT YOURSELF Steel Buildings priced to clear Make an offer! Ask about free delivery, most areas! Call for quick quote and free brochure - 1-800-668-5111 ext. 170.

*Junk Removal

WATERCRAFT IN Summer, Snowmobiles in Winter, ATV’s in Between! Become an Outdoor Power Equipment Technician. GPRC’s Fairview College Campus. Apprenticeship opportunity. On-campus residences. 1-888-999-7882; www.gprc.ab.ca/fairview.

FINANCIAL SERVICES

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Mortgage Help! Beat bank rates for purchases and refinances, immediate debt consolidation, foreclosure relief, and equity loans. Free, fast, friendly, private consultations. Call 1888-685-6181 www.mountaincitymortgage.ca

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1358 Marwalk Crescent 250-287-3939 www.crauctions.ca Ltd.

“Serving Campbell River & Vancouver Island since 1967”

Thursday, Oct., 27 » 6pm Home staging furniture, leather couches, dining room suites, large selection of winter tires, snow chains, Rex cut band saw, 15" thickness planer, Hitachi slider compound, Kubota A450 generator, Mig welder, compressor, power tools, pumps, 2 lifts of cedar (fencing), 2 mint condition Scotty electric downriggers, tackle, survival suits, commercial Elemeco slushy machine, doors, China, trees, plants, coins, stamps, jewellery and so much more.

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WE’RE BUILDING AGAIN! Habitat for Humanity fundraising auction for our 2012 build. Join us at the Campbell River ReStore

Saturday, October 29th at 11am sharp with auctioneer Jason Fitzgerald. Antiques Brian Scott original art Commercial kitchen equipment Furniture Appliances Collectables Services New and used items Building Homes, Building Hope. 1725 B Willow Street • (250) 830-1493


WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 26, 2011 | CAMPBELL RIVER MIRROR |

Committed to schools

City calls for election workers Election officials are needed to assist with the 2011 municipal election set for Sat., Nov. 19, 2011. “We need officials to assist at each polling station,” says Chief Election Officer, Peter Wipper. Workers will help with voter registration and handing out ballots and overseeing the voting station. Workers are needed for advance polls on Nov. 9 and 16 and on election day Nov. 19. The polls are open from 8 a.m.

Continued from A21 well researched and accountable; therefore, even the most challenging decisions have been rewarding.” Even without adeq u at e g ove r n m e n t funding, successes such as early readingmath intervention, social responsibility,

distance education, strong start, all day kindergarten, a wide range of alternate programs and cutting edge professional development, have and will significantly increase District achievement and graduation rates, Harle says. If re-elected, Harle

says he will actively lobby for an Elementary School Physical Education Coordinator, push for the reintroduction of Elementary Band and Gifted-Talented, and support the expansion of elementary music. As well, he is committed to ensuring that

neighborhood schools, even the smallest ones, remain open. “Having served as a trustee for 12 years, I again look forward to remaining engaged and proactive, and I will continue to fully represent parents, students, teachers and the community at large.”

RENTALS

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TRANSPORTATION

APARTMENT/CONDO

HOMES FOR RENT

SUITES, LOWER

TOWNHOUSES

AUTO FINANCING

CAMPELL RIVER: 1 bdrm apartment, close to downtown & Hospital, ground floor, 1/2 block of Island Hwy. Ocean view off patio. Newly renovated, cable incl. $650/month. Call Jorn 250-204-9120.

CAMPBELL RIVER- 2 bdrms, 2 bath patio home. 595 Evergreen. All appls, TV incld. NS/NP. Adult orientated. $1000. Available Nov 1. Call (250)240-4350. Realcoast@aol.com

ONE BDRM suite, clean & spacious, level entry. Close to NIC, elem & middle schools & bus rte. N/P, N/S. $750/mth. Avail. Nov. 1st. All amenities incl except laundry. Ref’s req’d. Call 250-923-4322.

#38-270 Evergreen. Bdrms: 3 up, 1 down. 1.5 baths, large eat-in kitchen, Patio doors up & down. Lots of storage. Enclosed yard w/swimming pool. Close to hospital & schools. N/P. $1050/mo (250)923-8546

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Great Views! Newly Renovated!

CAMPBELL RIVER, 3 bdrm 2 bath rancher near Robron. Garage, 5 appls, NON SMOKING, pets neg, newly reno’d, $1200. Nov. 1. 250-248-6875.

ONE BDRM Bsmt Suite, Avail Nov 1. Heat, light, cable incl. N/S, N/P. Quiet Neighbourhood, near Merecroft Village. $700. 250-203-8779 after 6pm

3 BEDRM townhouse, 5 appl. outdoor pool, N/P, Heat & hydro included. $1200/mth. Avail. Nov 1st. 250-926-0187

CAMPBELL RIVER: 3 bdrm rancher, 1500sqft. Avail. Nov. 1st, $1100. (250)287-0338.

Quiet Unit, Willis Rd. unfurnished, bedroom, kitchenette,3 pcs bathroom, own entrance. N/P, N/S, N/D. $500/mth plus hydro. 1 person only. 250287-4238

IMMACULATE 3 bdrms, 3 baths, 5 appliances with huge yard. N/S, No pets. Ref. required. 380 Carolyn Rd. $950/month. Ph. 926-5501.

Large 1 & 2 Bedroom Suites. Heat, Hot Water and Parking included. Call our Resident Caretaker At 250-204-3342 Professionally Managed by Gateway Property Management

SEAVIEW MANOR, 1 & 2 BDRM Apts. Quiet, secure, includes heat & hot water onsite Manager. Call 250-2866513 or 250-204-5799. ST. ANDREWS Village. Large bright 1 & 2 Bedroom renovated apartments in quiet crime free building. Non smoking, near hospital. (250) 287-3556

Water and City views. Newly updated 3 bdrms with large balcony and beautiful view . Walk to shopping and all amenities. Heat, parking & storage incl with onsite laundry. Contact resident manager

250-287-7763 Turnkey Ocnfrt. 1 Bed. Avail. immed.N/S,N/P, $1,100/1,250 Mo. Call Carol 250-286-1187

APARTMENTS FURNISHED FURNISHED 1 bed. apt. in duplex. Ground floor, central location. N/S, N/P. Call 250-2866454

DUPLEXES/4PLEXES CAMPBELL RIVER 2bdrm apt in centrally located 4-plex. Adult oriented. No Pets. N/S. Refs $700 +util. 250-830-4686 C. RIVER- Birch St., ocean view 2 bdrm duplex, F/S, W/D hook-up, modern, bright, $675. Avail Nov. 1. (250)203-2084. LOOK NO further--deluxe 3 bdrms, 3 baths, 5 appliances, garage, large yard. Ref. required. N/S, No pets. 360 Carolyn Rd. $1100. Ph. 9265501 OCEANSIDE DUPLEX-2 bed, 1 den, 1 1/2 bath, 5 appl., fireplace, garage, carport, $1,200/ mth Call Janet 250-287-6985

HOMES FOR RENT $1100./MO. 3-BDRM, Robron area. Pets negotiable. Avail now. Call Toby (250)288-3223 3 BDRM, 5 appls. Close to schools, quiet neighbourhood. 2 private decks, lrg yard. Ref’s please. Pets neg. $950./mo. Avail immediately. (250)9235331 or (250)287-1938. 47-Dogwood St. 1800 sq ft. 3bdrm 2-bath, convenient location. 1,100 /mo. Ph: 250-2866322 or Cell: 250-278-1166 AVAIL OCT 15. 3-4 bed. double wide trailer with F/S,W/D. $975/mth. Call 250-286-3074 or 250-204-5005 CAMPBELL RIVER, 2 bdrm house, fenced back yard, W/D, F/S, avail Nov. 1, $875 mo, N/S, N/P, 250-218-6311.

CAMPBELL RIVER central: 5 bdrm, 2 bath, basic family home. Oceanfront location. Ref’s. $1200, Avail. immediately. Call Ed (250)287-0011. CAMPBELL RIVER: Older, but nice, 3 bdrm rancher, near schools & shopping. Private lot. Workshop. No large dogs. $935./mo. (250)923-3635. MARYLAND, 3 bdrm rancher, 1150 sq ft, fenced yard, N/S, $1100 mo utils incl, avail Dec. 1. Call Krystal 250-923-4553. MERECROFT 3-BDRMS, 1.5 bath, 1150 sq.ft house w/5 appls. Private back yard, mountain views, $1050./mo + utils. NS/NP. Call Brian 250926-0546. Avail. Nov. 1st Great Family Home. MERECROFT AREA- 3 bdrm, 1.5 bath rancher. 5 appls. NS/NP. Available Nov. 1st. $1100./mo. (250)830-3232. MERECROFT VILLAGE area. 4-bdrm, 2-1/2 bath. Family room downstairs. F/S, W/D. Avail Nov. 15. $1250/mo. + utils. NS/NP. 250-287-7529. OCEAN GROVE area, 3 bdrm, 2 bath, refs req, N/S, N/P, $1000. (250)202-0010. WILLOW POINT$1200+ utils, 3 bdrm, 1.5 bath, 1450 sq ft Rancher, quite neighborhood, private back yard, references req’d. Strictly no pets, non-smoker. Available now. Call 250-204-4761. WILLOW POINT. Quiet, family-oriented neighbourhood. 3 bdrm, 1.5 baths, large rooms. 5 appls, Fireplace with wood insert. Nice fenced yard, carport. Pets negotiable. $1100./mo. (250)337-5338.

OFFICE/RETAIL FOR LEASE: 850/2604 sqft, 220 Dogwood Plaza. Reasonable rate. (250)286-6865.

SENIOR ASSISTED LIVING GOLDEN GROVE Care Facility has immediate openings in beautiful home like setting for seniors. For a tour and info please call Judy or Rhona at 250-923-7049.

STORAGE 12x14x30 foot insulated & heat avail. Anderton & Ryan Rd. $375/mo incl tax. Yearly lease. Dry, clean & concrete floor. Ph. 250-339-5775 or Cell. 250-218-1166

SUITES, LOWER CAMPBELL RIVER, grd level 2 bdrm + loft, 1600 sq ft on 2 acres, W/D, F/S, F/P, very private, avail immed, $1200 mo. Call Rhonda at 250-650-5750.

SUITES, UPPER GEORGIA PARK, 3 bdrm, upper floor of detached house, near college & schools, wood floors, garage & priv lane, W/D avail, N/S, pets neg, avail Nov. 1, $1400 mo incls utils. Call or text 250-516-0116.

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to 8 p.m., though election staff will start as early as 7 a.m. and finish as late as 9 p.m. on voting days. Training is provided for all positions. Payment for the day is $265. People wishing to work the election can apply online at www.campbellriver.ca or pick up an application form at City Hall, 301 St. Ann’s Road. Further information on this year’s election can found online at www.campbellriver. ca or by contacting the office of the City Clerk at City Hall, 250-286-5700.

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SAT, OCT. 29 • 1-2 54 MARYLAND $289,000

SAT, OCT. 29 • 2:30-3:30 3914 SEASPRAY $209,900

SAT, OCT. 29 • 12:30-2 640 PINECREST $288,000

SUN, OCT. 30 • 12-1 2006 SIERRA DR. $337,900

SUN, OCT. 30 • 2-3 204 SEABREEZE DR. $204,900

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SAT, OCT. 29 • 2-3:30 104-1392 SOUTH ISL HWY $229,000

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SAT, OCT. 29 • 1:45-3 33-2055 GALERNO $209,500

SUN, OCT. 30 • 12-1:30 767 ELAND $344,900

SUN, OCT. 30 • 1:45-3 242 SOUTH MURPHY $379,900

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Peewees clip Eagles The Booster Juice Peewee B Tyees returned to Port Hardy for a rematch with the Tri-Port Eagles over the weekend. The game was very spirited and picked up where the previous weekend’s matchup had ended with very physical play being brought to the Tyees by the hometown Eagles. The Tyees maintained their focus and played very disciplined hockey, sticking to the gameplan laid out by head coach Bob Holt, which kept the team from getting drawn into any penalty trouble early on. Leading the way was goaltender Dominick Bellefleur making several key saves with back up from solid defensive players Steven Sauer,

Troy Macdonald and Brady Kratzmann. This defensive play gave the Tyees the early momentum, resulting in the Tyees dominating the shots on goal and forcing the Eagle’s netminder to come up with a number of big saves. Eventually the Tyees solved the goaltending mystery when Jacob Hartley potted the game’s first goal after stealing the puck off of an Eagle defenceman deep in their end. The Tyees then got another unassisted goal from Daniel Gilson building a 2-0 lead early into the second period. Less than a minute later, Tri-Port stormed back and brought themselves within one. The Tyees responded with quick shifts and some heads up passing opening up the ice for

Ben Wellman to wire one past the Tri-Port netminder from the high slot regaining the two goal lead for the Tyees. The game remained close until the 10 minute mark of the third period when Jacob Hartley scored his second, a shorthanded goal, while the Tyees were killing off an Eagles two-man advantage by taking a beautiful breakout pass from Brayden Davidsen, splitting the Eagles defence and sniping one past the Eagles’ netminder. The Tyees would add one more and come home with a convincing 5-2 win. The Booster Juice Peewee B Tyees begin their regular season play in Division 3 of Island League play set to kick off this weekend.

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Go Wild! Nolan Morrison of Campbell River, gets a pass away, playing for the U14 North Island Wild Ravens in Parksville Saturday against the Oceanside Buccaneers in a double-header. The Wild lost the first game 17-2 and the second, both teams mixed up the players from both teams for a friendly match.

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Tickled pink The Billings Plumbing Campbell River Minor Hockey Association Peewee Bears honour Breast Cancer Awareness Month by taking the lead from their goalie Carson and taping their sticks pink. On Sunday the team played an exciting match against the Ducks resulting in a 4-4 tie. Back row from left, Coach Dana Borgfjord, Kim Gargar, Cooper Williams, Liam Georgeson, Elliot Ogrodnik, Walker Billings, Bryce Turko, Kieran Finn and Coach Mike Finn. Front row from left, Wesley Greentree, Kyle Roemer, Nolan Giesbrecht, Anthony Dyck, Carson Borgfjord, Keegan Kelly and Jesse Sewell

Local runners shine at Miracle Beach The River Runners Running club hosted the Miracle Beach 10K and 5K races on Sunday October 16. 153 runners participated along with 44 children

in the Kids Fun Run. The 10K race was won by local runner Mark Cryderman in 33:25. He was followed by Campbell River’s Ernie Lucas in 35:46.

Third place was Richard Light from Duncan in 36:12. In the women’s division Sophia Souter won in 43.53. Local runner and triathlete, Sandra

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Driver flees after vehicle accident over embankment A Pontiac van went off a 30 foot embankment near the intersection of Quinsam and Nursery Roads at 11:10 p.m. this past Friday. Police, fire and ambulance responded, and extracted two passengers from the vehicle. They were taken to Campbell River hospital where they were treated for minor injuries. Investigators learned that the driver had fled the scene on foot and are still looking for him. “It’s still outstanding and they know who the driver is,” said RCMP Sgt. Craig Massey. “He’s just, I think, avoiding us at this point.” Massey said it’s unknown whether alcohol was a factor in the accident.

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POLICE BEAT laptop, a Blu-ray player, numerous DVDs and an undisclosed amount of money. Anyone

with information on this offence is asked to contact the Campbell River RCMP or Crime Stoppers.

Goods stolen from unlocked vehicle

A thief stole items from a vehicle in the 500 block of Cedar Street sometime overnight between this past Tuesday and Wednesday. Unknown culprit(s) stole a purse, money, an Xbox 360 and 10

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