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We l c o m e t o E v e r y t h i n g Q u a d r a ! And welcome to the Discovery Islands, our little piece of paradise where residents and visitors alike appreciate a quiet lifestyle and the natural beauty of this special place. Everything Quadra, the Visitors’ Guide is brought to you by the Discovery Islands Chamber of Commerce. The Chamber is an integral part of our island, with a longstanding involvement in local events and festivals. Since 1998 the DICC has encouraged and sponsored broadbased community activities, enhancing our social fabric and bringing economic benefit to island businesses. The Discovery Islands Chamber of Commerce always welcomes new community members. To apply for membership to the DICC please download, complete and submit an application form from the website: www.discoveryislands.ca/chamber/join.html Annual Dues Individuals: $30 • Societies: $30 Small Businesses with less than 5 employees: $50 Businesses with 5 or more employees: $100 What does the DICC offer? A forum to discuss issues of common concern to business owners on the islands. A place to share ideas with others. An opportunity to guide and create island policies that benefit all of Quadra.
Why get involved? The DICC is a great way to contribute to our community. Meetings are held every month, giving members / business owners a chance to network over lunch and talk about ways to make the Island’s business environment more vibrant. Ultimately, it comes down to people: DICC members care deeply about the well-being of our community – and yes, it’s true: we actually have a lot of fun at our meetings! Need one more good reason? We have about one hundred... we call them members! People like you who care about our community, and want to make a positive difference... people working together to establish a stronger, more vital social and business landscape. The Discovery Islands Chamber of Commerce meets monthly (except for July and August). All members are welcome and are encouraged to attend. For more detailed information about the Chamber, please feel free to visit our website and get in touch. And finally, our thanks to the following islanders for their contribution to Everything Quadra: Editors... Sarah Bradshaw, Valerie Stapinsky, Robyn Budd Designer... Robyn Budd Local Printer... Lara Fraser at Inspirations Local Binder... Chris Thompson Special thanks to all of our advertisers, because without all of you we wouldn’t be... Everything Quadra!
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Island Ethics: Our Quadra Island Code
ourism is the largest industry in the world, and it comes with a built-in capacity to impact people and nature in significant ways. Here on Quadra Island we promote responsible tourism – tourism that benefits both visitors and the local community, and fully respects the natural environment of our beautiful and precious island. Everything Quadra presents our Island Ethics to our visitors, so you can join us in caring for the land and forests, streams and lakes, marine parks and ocean waters at the heart of our community – and which provide the outdoor recreation that brings you to our doorstep. Simply put, this Island is our home, and during your visit we invite you to help us keep it beautiful, natural, and safe for all.
Here’s how you can help us care for our island environment Fire Safety The past few summers have been hotter and drier as a result of a changing climate, with an increasingly high fire hazard to our forests and homes. Fire bans are now typical on Quadra for most of the summer and early fall. Even campfires in fire pits have been banned during extreme dry weather. It’s essential that all residents and visitors are aware of the level of fire hazard at all times, and act with care and responsibility. Smokers – be vigilant if you smoke outdoors. Dispose of your cigarette butts in a safe manner, preferably in receptacles provided in public venues. If you smoke on our trails or in our parks, use a small tin or glass jar with a secure lid for your butts. NEVER leave cigarette butts on the ground, especially in our forests and parks.
Water Conservation In hot, dry summers the amount of water available may be compromised at some venues. It’s vital to avoid excess usage. As most properties have septic systems, used facial tissues and sanitary products go in the garbage, not in toilets. Responsible Resource Use It’s the small things that matter. At your chosen Island accommodation, please turn off lights and taps and turn down thermostats when you leave for the day. In parking lots, ferry line ups and all public places on Quadra Island, turn off your vehicle when you’re not driving. Quadra is part of the Idle Free initiative to protect air quality by reducing unnecessary vehicle engine idling. So don’t be surprised if a resident asks you to turn off your engine if your car is standing still – we care about the air we breathe! Recycling All garbage on our island is trucked to an off-island landfill, so we strive to minimize the amount of waste we produce. We’re fortunate to have single stream recycling in Quathiaski Cove. Your accommodation will likely have its own recycling program, and many offer food waste composting as well.
Wildfire Danger Ratings Check at your accommodation to see if summer campfires are permitted. Wildfire Danger Ratings for Quadra Island are posted online at www.quadrafire.org and at www.thegumboot.ca If you see signs of a fire call 1.800.663.5555 or 911 or *5555 on your cell phone.
Island Ethics Plastic Grocery Bags There are no plastic bags available at Quadra Island grocery stores and at many other merchant venues. As part of an island-wide commitment to reduce waste and use of plastic, we’ve replaced plastic bags with paper and reusable carrier bags. At many of our stores you can purchase reusable bags, and of course we encourage you to bring your own. Litter: Just Don’t! Do your part to keep our roads, parks, trails and oceans clean! Dispose of litter in appropriate garbage cans. Remember that all garbage, and most notably plastics, pose a deadly threat to wildlife. Dispose of your trash responsibly. Outdoor Etiquette Enjoying nature is one of the joys of being on Quadra. Here are a few things to remember: • On the water, keep a distance of at least 100 metres from seals, dolphins, birds and other mammals in order to avoid disturbing them. Don’t be tempted to touch wildlife or disturb their habitats, whether on water or on land. • Boaters and jet-skiers: Use our waters with care – you share them with kayakers and paddle boarders. A 10hp limit applies to boats in the Main Lakes Chain Provincial Park. • On our trails and in our parks, the simple rule of pack it in, pack it out applies. Unless trails are in a park like Rebecca Spit, you won’t find garbage cans or washrooms. So come prepared to pack out all your lunch leftovers, garbage, and any personal waste you generate. Off Season Visits You may want to consider visiting Quadra during our shoulder seasons. Not only will you avoid the crowds, but the so-called quiet seasons have a different beauty with much to offer – including winter storm watching!
When you visit Quadra, you’re part of an amazing community So… Remember the Neighbours! One of the draws to Quadra Island is our peaceful lifestyle. We want to keep it that way for residents and visitors alike, so do your part! Remember that sound travels clearly over water and disturbs people and wildlife far and wide. We appreciate your cooperation in keeping the volume down! Road Safety Respect our speed limit (60 kmh / 40 mph) and watch for the many children, cyclists, pets and wildlife that share our roads. Dusk is often the time that deer move from place to place as they forage, but expect them on our roadways at any time. If you need to drive slowly in search of that elusive island address, kindly pull over so that others behind you can maintain a safe and comfortable driving speed. Ferry Travel To minimize traffic congestion and your wait time, consider leaving your vehicle on Quadra and walking on and off the ferry when you visit Campbell River. If it’s necessary to take your vehicle off Quadra during your stay, aim for off-peak departure times before 9am or after 4pm. Support Local Businesses Whenever possible, we hope that you’ll use the services, facilities and tours developed and operated by Island residents. This provides financial benefits to local families and contributes to the vibrancy and viability of our community.
Thanks for joining us in our efforts to keep Quadra Island a strong, vital community that supports ecological principles!
PERRYWINKLE COTTAGE ...a good night's sleep
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Chipperfield Hollow B & B Heriot Bay, Quadra Island, BC A traditional Bed and Breakfast in a parklike setting, just a few minutes from great dining, grocery and gift stores, Post Office, marinas, the Pub, kayak and cycle rentals, the Cortes Island ferry dock and the beautiful Rebecca Spit Provincial Park. We are only a 10 minute drive north on West Road from the Quathiaski Cove â€“ Campbell River ferry terminal. We offer quiet rooms with king or queen beds, private bathrooms, ample parking, wi-fi, and luggage storage for guests returning from kayak expeditions. Our delicious breakfasts are cooked to order and served at your convenience from early until 9:30am. See us at: www.chipperfieldhollow.com Call us at: 250-285-2422 or Email us at: email@example.com
1410 HERIOT BAY ROAD
Regular High Season June, July,
August and September
Double Occupancy: $199 CAD per night, $20 per additional person
Check the website for shoulder season, winter and weekly rates 'Special Experiences' www.otterhouse.ca
A unique First Nations Resort designed to renew your soul ••• Beachfront Cottages Lodge Accommodation RV Park
• • • Spectacular views of Discovery Passage and the mountains of Vancouver Island • • • Dining room specializing in seafood cuisine • • • On Quadra Island just a 10 minute ferry crossing from downtown Campbell River • • • Lodge open April to October, RV Park and Beachfront Cottages open year round • • • A great venue for weddings, conferences and organized group functions
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tasty pub fare & friendly locals live music Friday nights craft brew on tap
fabulous seaside dining breakfast, lunch & dinner open year â€˜round
cabins overlooking the Bay full service marina & campground cozy rooms in the Inn relaxed island time
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find us in Heriot Bay, adjacent to the Cortes ferry dock
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PERFECT SUITE. Suites ranging from cosy waterfront cabins to luxurious beach homes. All have stunning views, living areas and kitchens.
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Quadra Island Events Look for dates and details on Island events in the Birdâ€™s Eye flyer (weekly), the Discovery Islander magazine (every two weeks), and any time online at www.thegumboot.ca.
CALENDAR HIGHLIGHTS MAY Baseball Tournament, Blenkin Park at Quadra Community Centre (weekend) May Day Parade at Rebecca Spit Saturday Farmers Market in Quathiaski Cove
JUNE Quadra Island Studio Tour at Quadra Community Centre and island studios (weekend) Quadra Island Quilt and Garden Tour (weekend) Saturday Farmers Market in Quathiaski Cove
JULY July 1 Canada Day National holiday: Celebrations at Rebecca Spit and Quadra Community Centre Festival of Chamber Music at select Island venues Saturday Farmers Market in Quathiaski Cove
AUGUST BC Day Provincial holiday Saturday Farmers Market in Quathiaski Cove
SEPTEMBER Quadrapalooza Arts and Music Festival at Blenkin Park, Quadra Community Centre Quadra Island Fall Fair 2018 at Blenkin Park, Quadra Community Centre Saturday Farmers Market in Quathiaski Cove
SouthEnd farm winery
Wines grown & handcrafted on Quadra Is. Tastings at the Winery, wanders through the vineyard or glasses of our wine in the picnic area, there is something for everyone at the Winery. Our hours are dependent upon season May to September Fri/Sat/Sun/Mon/Tues October Fri/Sat November-December Saturday April-May Closed/By appointment
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firstname.lastname@example.org 250.285.2257 www.southend.ca 319 Sutil Road, Quadra Island, BC
Edible Explorations Nibble from the wild side
Explorations Leader Rod Burns: B. Ed., CPHI Certified Professional Heritage Interpreter
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Quadra Island Hiking Trails map is available at local stores. All proceeds from the sale of this map go to the Quadra Island Trails Committee, whose members, along with other volunteers maintain these trails for public use.
Shellalligan Pass Trail
Nugedzi Lakes Trail
The Federation of British Columbia Woodlot Associations BC Woodlots & Woodlot Licenses
Striving to be BC’s Best Managed Forests…
A Tradition of Forestry Excellence…
In BC, there are woodlots and woodlot licences. A woodlot is a privately-owned plot of forest land. A woodlot licence is an agreement between an individual/organization and the BC government to manage a small area-based Crown tenure - granting exclusive rights to harvest and manage timber to the licence holder.
Woodlot licensees are governed by, and often exceed, strict guidelines that promote sustainable management of the forests and the ecosystem services they supply - timber, biodiversity, recreation, cultural heritage, visual quality, fish and wildlife, forage, soils and water.
Ranging in size from 400 and 800 ha, BC Woodlots collectively represent ~1,408,783 cubic meters (2016) of the province’s Annual Allowable Cut (AAC) and manage over 600,000 hectares (ha) of provincial forestland adjacent to rural communities. Licensees represent a diverse group and tend towards a personal, small-scale approach to resource management.
They are responsible for reforesting all of the areas they harvest, maintaining roads and fire prevention. Products and services are often influenced by local values. Some licensees operate their own small sawmills which provide lumber to value-added producers and local manufacturers. Some manage for non-timber forest products such as maple and birch syrups, mushrooms and specialty plant and wood products as well.
The woodlot program is also a proud supporter of youth by awarding scholarships each year to two students pursuing a post secondary education, with preference given to a forestry-related program.
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Woodlot licences are a form of small business and contribute to the BC economy and rural communities. Approximately 1,000 families rely on them for all or part of their livelihood. Licensees hire locally, acquire goods and services from local suppliers and invest back into the community in which they live making a contribution of $50M+/year to local economies. BC woodlot licences are often passed down from generation to generation within a family, with the family having close ties to the community.
The first woodlot was established on Quadra Island in 1987. Since that time the program has expanded to 11 thriving woodlot licences. Located within or adjacent to urban interface areas with sensitive resource management issues, they are managed sustainably and responsibly by individuals and families with ties to the local community. Our licensees strive to balance sustainable forest management with environmental, social and economic values.
To learn more about the FBCWA and BC woodlots visit www.woodlot.bc.ca or http://northislandwoodlot.ca
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Earthlight Pottery Quality, Functional Stoneware
689 Plaza Road, Quathiaski Cove, BC V0P 1N0
(250) 285-2489 firstname.lastname@example.org
Studio hours – Wed., Thurs., Sat. 9am – 5pm or call for appointment
MARYKA STUDIOS VIBRANT ACRYLIC LANDSCAPES BY MAUREEN MARYKA 12-620 Helanton Rd (3 rights from the Q Cove Ferry) phone 250-285-2547 or 778-348-9059 web www.marykastudios.com Studio open all year round
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• Jewelry • Jewelry Natural Fibre Clothing • Natural Clothing Stones &Fibre Crystals • Stones & Crystals Locally-made Soaps • Locally-made Soaps Candles • Candles Chimes • Chimes Island Artists • Island Artists Banners • Banners Cards • Cards New Products: New Products: • Geek Nail Wraps Geek Nail Wraps • T-shirts • Geek T-shirts Come and leave your mark on our “Grateful” board! Come and leave your mark on our “Grateful” board! Quathiaski Cove Shops facebook.com/sacredpulse Quathiaski Cove Shops 778-338-8101 facebook.com/sacredpulse email@example.com 778-338-8101
of West Coast artists & crafts people amidst an Island gift emporium... A feast for the eye... Sustenance for the heart...
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learn the basics and explore Quadra’s coast on this very popular tour. Seals, eagles, The ultimate Quadra Island kayaking porpoises and a vibrant intertidal zone await. experience. Join us for a full day of kayaking, morning and afternoon departures beachcombing, swimming and wildlife viewing. $69/adults; $65 kids 12 and under A “must-do” while visiting our island paradise. includes hearty snack served on the $89/adults; $79 kids 12 & under beach! includes heavenly lunch, served on the beach!
Paddle in the calm of early evening... a perfect way to wind down your day, enjoying the magic of an everchanging sky and glowing mountains. departure time varies by month $69/adults; $65 kids 12 and under includes hearty snack served on the beach!
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Multi Day Tours
Stunning scenery & calm waters have put the Discovery Islands ‘on the map’ as a world-famous destination for sea-kayaking. Come see why! No fuss, no muss kayak camping adventures: let us do the planning! No experience necessary. Single & double kayaks available. Included: a charming guide, all kayak equipment, tents, sleeping pads, and all cooking needs. Meals cooked by your guide.
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One and two night adventures available... please inquire for rates.
“Different Spokes for Different Folks”
• Electric Bike Systems • Cycle Tours • Sales New & Used • Quality Rentals • Repairs & Accessories • Free Courtesy Bikes
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Whale Watching Grizzly Bears Wildlife Tours Ocean Rapids and more!
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Pick-up at the Q-Cove ferry terminal. Call to book your next adventure! 250.287.2667
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Bill Bradshaw Quadra Real Estate PERSONAL REAL ESTATE CORPORATION
Quadra Island. It’s not just a location, it’s a lifestyle... are you ready for island time?
– Bill and Sarah Bradshaw, your Island real estate specialists
firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com 202 Cove Centre, Quathiaski Cove, BC
www.quadrarealestate.ca office 250.285.3293 toll free 1.877.735.3293 fax 250.285.3292
When you visit Quadra, please stop by our office for a catalogue of current listings, and a complimentary map of our beautiful island!
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Thanks to our Chamber Members
Aboriginal Journeys AG Fishing Enterprises All Clear Septic Services April Point Resort and Spa Aqua Marine Power Washing Awatin Aboriginal Art BC Marine Trails Network Association Beachcomers Education Society Big Tree Cottage / Benner Forestry Bill Bradshaw Royal Lapage Bold Point FarmStay Boonie Charters Brilliant by the Sea Camp Homewood / Pacific Coast Child Campbell Communications/Focus Campbell River Whale Watching Cape Mudge Campsites Carol London Chipperfield Hollow Cliff Mooney Electrical Inc Coastal Community Credit Union Coastal Mountain Expeditions Contour Landscaping Comox Corilair Charters Ltd Cortes Island Museum Cortes Island Vacation Rentals Cortes Market Cortes Natural Foods Coop Dion's Guided Salmon Fishing Discovery Island Realty Discovery Islands Publishing Eagle View Vacation Rentals Fermentations Wine Making Gathering Place Trading Glacierview Financial Go With the Flow Gorge Harbour Marina Gowlland Harbour Resort Graham Mediation Services Greencoastmedia
Hartford Logging Heriot Bay Beach House Heriot Bay Inn – Marina Properties Heron Guest House Hollyhock Hornby Island Residents Association Inspirations on Quadra Island Cycle J Toelle Construction Ltd James Pottery Java Bay Café John Seffzig Construction Kenwood Designs Komonski, Dr Anita Martha Abelson – Royal Lapage Maryka Studios Misty Isles Adventures Naked Bicycles Nuyumbalees Cultural Society On A Dime Holdings Perrywinkle Cottage Polluted Pixie Prana Yoga Quadra Children's Centre Quadra Chiropractic Quadra Circle Community Connections Quadra Emergency Program Quadra Golf Course Quadra Island Bible Church Quadra Island Builders Ltd Quadra Island Fire Dept Quadra Island Harbour Authority Quadra Island Harbour House Quadra Island Kayaks Quadra Island Lodge Quadra Island Seniors Housing Society Quadra Island Studio Tour
Quadrate Ventures Rainforest Designs Red Williams Well Drilling Renee Stone Rhonda Thievin Rockview Resources Ltd Ross McPhee Contracting Ltd Sacred Pulse Silhouette Theatre and Dance Shop Silver Phoenix Southend Farm and Vineyard Spirit of the West Adventures Steppingstone Holistic Retreat Study Build Sutil Charters Sutil Ventures Ltd Swanson's Accounting Taku Resort The Bird's Eye The Landing Pub The Squirrel Cove Trading Company The Stone House Tool Time Rental Treasured Ocean Products Tru Value Foods TrueNorth Research TsaKwaLuten Lodge / Campground Tucker Dinnes Twin Islands Communication Walcan Seafood Ltd Watershed Sentinel Ed Society Waypoint Signs Whiskey Point Estates / Point Ventures Whiskey Point Resort Wildcoast Adventures Works of H'Art www.thegumboot.ca
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Quadra ACCOMMODATION 4 Quadra Island Lodge 4 Perrywinkle Cottage 5 Harbour House 6 Chipperfield Hollow 7 Otter House RESORTS 8 TsaKwaLuten Lodge 9 Heriot Bay Inn 10 Taku Resort 12 Whiskey Point Resort 13 Gowlland Harbour Resort 14 April Point Resort & Spa
ACTIVITIES 15 Southend Farm Winery 16 Quadra Community Centre 17 Nuyumbalees Cultural Centre 18 Edible Explorations 19 Quadra Island Hiking Trails 20 Quadra Island Woodlots 22 Hollyhock (Cortes Island) ART STUDIOS 23 James Pottery 24 Earthlight Pottery 25 Quadra Island Artists 26 Quadra Island Studio Tour 27 Maryka Studios ISLAND SHOPS 28 Fermentations U-Vin & U-Brew 29 Inspirations Print & Copy Shop 30 Sacred Pulse Sanctuary & Gifts 30 Works of H’Art Gallery & Gifts
OUTDOOR ADVENTURE 31 Wildcoast Adventures 32 Quadra Island Kayaks 34 Dion’s Guided Salmon Fishing 35 Island Cycle 36 Campbell River Whale Watching LOCAL SERVICES 37 Island Light Photography (Cortes Island) 38 Corilair (Campbell River) 39 Quadrate Ventures Ltd 39 John Toelle Construction Ltd REAL ESTATE 40 Renée Stone Remax Check Realty 41 Bill Bradshaw Quadra Real Estate
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