BRANDON MCMILLAN has emerged again as a key player in the WHL playoff run this year for the Kelowna Rockets.
COLUMNIST ROBERT Smithson says a comedian now before the B.C. Human Rights Tribunal for his alleged discriminatory comments about an audience member may end up in Canada’s Supreme Court.
TAKING A CHANCE on music sometimes means venturing out to hear a musical group or solo performer you may never have heard of before, an opportunity that happens frequently in Kelowna.
NONE OF THE ABOVE is an option political party pollsters are having to recognize more in their polling results.
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GIRL GUIDES of all ages such as the Fichtner girls—(from left) Danica, an honourary Spark; Laurien, Brandt’s Creek Sparks; Samara, Knox Mountain Brownies; and Jenai, Brandts Creek Brownies—will be going door-to-door this week selling their trademark cookies. Following that the cookies will be available for sale in local shopping areas. This is the main fund-raiser for the local Girl Guides, Brownies and Sparks.
Alistair Waters ASSISTANT EDITOR
Go to a hockey game and see a protest break out. The campaign to gather signatures to either stop, or force a provincewide vote on the proposed Harmonized Sales Tax, was scheduled to kick off in Kelowna outside Prospera Place prior to last night’s Kelowna RocketsTri City Americans WHL playoff game. And regional Fight The HST campaign organizer Daniel Thorburn said canvassers will be back outside the arena tonight collecting signatures for their petition as well. The anti-HST campaign kicked off across B.C. yesterday as organizers have 90 days to gather the signatures of 10 per cent of the eligible voters in every one of the province’s 85 ridings. If they are successful, the government could be forced to either drop its plan to marry the provincial sales tax and the GST into one 12 per cent sales tax or hold a province-wide vote on its implementation. The new tax would be applicable on many See Petition A6
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Property tax break given to WFN residents Jason Luciw STAFF REPORTER
The Westbank First Nation has held the line on property taxes this year. The band’s chief and council approved a tax increase of 0.2 per cent in its 2010-2011 budget, or $2.40 more for the average homeowner this year, when compared to 20092010’s tax notice. The chairman of the Westbank First Nation Advisory Council, which represents non-natives
living on band land, said the band’s budget shows “good financial management.” Terry Turcan commented that he was pleased the WFN went easy on taxpayers’ pocketbooks this year. “It’s a very small increase––a little blip.” Growth on WFN lands helped offset taxes for residents living on reserves, Turcan noted. “There’s no question about it, the commercial growth especially has
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been significant.” Meanwhile, Chief Robert Louie said in a press release that the WFN’s budget is the result of “extensive planning and consultation by all stakeholders over the past six months.” “It reflects the cooperation and goodwill that are key to the WFN’s financial progress,” Louie said. The chief didn’t return calls for further comment. The band said that,
on average, a homeowner living on Westbank First Nation land would pay $1,222 in property taxes this year, after applying for the Home Owners’ Grant. The WFN expects to collect $9.9 million in property taxes, with $2.6 million spent on administration, financial services, human resources and information technology; $2 million set aside for reserves and contingencies; $1.4 million returned to residents in the form of
homeowners grants; $1.2 million spent on transit, the library, regional parks and community centres; $1.2 million for economic development, planning and engineering and $400,000 for recreation and youth programs. The band expects to collect a further $20.6 million from other sources of income, including fees for services, fines, development cost charges, community forest operations and revenue from a handful of corporations.
In turn, the WFN plans to spend an additional $17.1 million on other operations over the next year, with the remaining $3.5 million to be placed in reserves for capital and other future expenditures, said the WFN. The First Nations Tax Commission and the Minister of Indian Affairs are required to sign off on the WFN’s budget later this spring, clearing the way for tax notices to go out to
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Downtown fire blamed on wiring An electrical problem is believed to be behind a small fire Monday afternoon that caused the temporary closure of Lawrence Avenue. However, it is business at usual again at Ric’s Grill, general manager Patrick Ryan said Tuesday. The fire department said employees noticed a rooftop cooling unit was on fire around 1:20 p.m. and were able to keep the fire small by using fire extinguishers until fire crews arrived. Damage to the building and mechanicals is estimated at $5,000. Ryan said a couple of wires caught fire and they will have to move a component following the fire, but “it didn’t affect our business.” Assistant fire chief Jason Brolund said familiarization with the location and use of portable fire extinguishers, like in this case, can assist in limiting the damage caused by a fire when it’s in its early stages. He also reminds business owners and operators to have their mechanical equipment inspected and serviced on a regular basis to ensure that it is operating safely and effectively.
Passport office receives ‘official’ opening Alistair Waters ASSISTANT EDITOR
A KELOWNA FIREFIGHTER climbs a ladder to the top of the commercial building that houses Ric’s Grill, after a fire on Monday temporarily closed the popular Kelowna restaurant.
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Pumping up the volume leads to an arrest Cheryl Wierda STAFF REPORTER
Numerous speakers, stereos, receivers and at least one turntable are in the RCMP’s hands after they seized them from a Black Mountain resident with an apparent love of loud beats who liked to share his musical tastes with his neighbourhood. Police shared pictures of the seized items with the media on Tuesday, two
days after they showed up at the music man’s home in the 700-block of Lone Pine Drive and arrested the 38-year-old tenant. He is now facing a charge of mischief. Police say the drastic measures were taken Sunday after dealing with eight complaints of loud music related to the home in the previous two weeks. On five of those occasions, the tenant was given
a municipal violation ticket for playing loud music that disturbed the neighbourhood, said Cpl. Andrew Waddell. Bruce Stevens, who lives a couple of doors down from the house police searched, said that on a recent Saturday night, the music started up at 10:30 p.m. “(It) woke me up a few times in the night and it went on till about 6:00 in the morning,” said Ste-
vens, who didn’t file a complaint with police. The next day, he said, the music started again, the bass reverberating through his house. On the night police executed the search warrant, the stereo was apparently off, but officers still seized the man’s stereo equipment. Const. Steve Holmes can’t recall a time when a search warrant was used in a similar way, but also
said that people who get a visit from police for playing noisy music usually turn the volume down . “Once in a while, it seems you come across a case like this where no matter how many tickets, no matter what you do, the person does not get the idea,” said Holmes. The man arrested Sunday night has since been released and is scheduled to appear in court in June. However, no one an-
swered the door at the home on Monday afternoon. The man, whose name has not been released, also faces permanently losing his stereo equipment. “RCMP will seek the court’s approval for the forfeiture and destruction of the items seized during the execution of the search warrant,” Waddell said. firstname.lastname@example.org
Family support program granted a financial reprieve Mike Simmons STAFF REPORTER
A Kelowna family support program will be able to open an extra day a week with the help of a group of non-profit funders. The Central Okanag-
an Family Resource Program will now be able to offer services for an extra day with funding from the Funding Really Early Development partnership, a table of non-profit investors. Michele Hucul, with The Bridge Youth and
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Family Services Society, said that children are at the heart of what the society does. She noted the grant will allow the society to expand their capacity for families to meet, offering services for an extra day a week.
“For that, we are very appreciative.” The Central Okanagan Family Resource Program is a free to families with children six years old or younger. The program provides drop-in sessions, now three days a week, for par-
ents and children to spend time with other families and use play equipment. Su ccess by Six coordinator Carol Ellison said the program allows children to experience the world around them under the guidance of those who care about them.
She noted that the FRED group funding will aid some programs in offering additional days of the week to families. “In other instances, it will allow the creation of new programs in neighborhoods that are not currently being serviced.”
It’s been operating for a few weeks now but no office or project funded by any government is really “open” until a politician shows up to say so. So Kelowna’s new passport office in the Capri Centre Mall will get the political seal of approval today when Okanagan-Coquihalla MP and federal treasury board president Stockwell Day joins local MP Ron Cannan to “inaugurate” the office. The passport office, which was a goal of both Cannan and his predecessor Werner Schmidt, took several years to come about and was promised by both the former Liberal government and the current Conservative government. First announced at a time when it took several months to get a Canadian passport, with locals having to travel to Vancouver, Victoria or Surrey to visit a passport office in B.C., or mail their applications to Ottawa, the Kelowna office opened last month. It now takes just a couple of weeks to get a passport, even when applying by mail. Prior to its opening, Canada Post in Kelowna was allowed to charge a $15 fee to help the public fill in their passport application forms in a bid to try and expedite passports for people applying from here. email@example.com
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Urban gardening concept introduced to Kelowna Jennifer Smith STAFF REPORTER
Nearly everyone loves a beautiful garden, but it takes a special touch to turn the hours upon hours of labour into a yard full of colourful foliage. This is why local urban gardener Curtis Stone and Haruko Kagami, a woman who recently started a permaculture movement in Kelowna, decided it might be a good idea to pair the handy green thumbs in town with people who have the space to grow things but not the time or inclination to do so. The result is www. sharingbackyards.com. That’s not actually
their website or their idea. In fact, the website is based out of Victoria and is being used in several other cities. But with interest in Stone’s urban farming business, Green City Acres, bursting at the seems, he figured there’s likely a strong appetite in Kelowna for the concept. “I had a bunch of people offering me land for Green City Acres to farm and I just couldn’t use it,” said Stone. The permaculture group began in January and Kagami figured it could be used as a vehicle to troubleshoot local problems for those using the site. Officially they are
the local sponsor and already three people have signed up to have their yards farmed or gardened by others. “Gardening is really meditative. Really soothing as well,” said Kagami, who is also involved with the local transition city group, trying to reduce Kelowna’s dependence on oil and gas. Permaculture, she explained, is all about developing agricultural ecosystems that are sustainable, so the objectives of the sharing backyards program really fit with her group’s overall goals as well as providing those extra recreational benefits. While Stone spends everyday farming his land,
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CURTIS STONE and Haruko Kagami decided it might be a good idea to pair the handy green thumbs in town with people who have the space to grow things but not the time or inclination to do so. Kagami says her garden is pretty well limited to her balcony at this point, so she understands the desire to get out and garden on any strip of yard available.
She’s planning on signing up for a garden on the website herself, although she admits she might still be too busy. She is organizing a permaculture course for
June to help acquaint Okanagan residents with the concept. So far the group has done some soil building at Summerhill Winery. This basically involves trench-
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West Kelowna crash now results in street racing charges Cheryl Wierda STAFF REPORTER
A Calgary man allegedly involved in a fatal
street race last Easter is now facing charges. Court records indicate Michael John Bell, who is in his 50s, has
been charged with causing death by criminal negligence-street racing, causing bodily harm by street racing and danger-
ous operation of a motor vehicle in connection with the April 10, 2009 crash in West Kelowna. On that Good Friday, police say a BMW and a Porsche were involved in an afternoon race along Boucherie Road. The BMW was trailing the Porsche as they rounded the corner near Pritchard Drive, police
said at the time, and the 47-year-old driver of the BMW lost control. The car flipped several times before landing on its roof in an orchard. The driver was killed, and firefighters had to use the jaws of life to remove one of the three passengers from the vehicle. Court records indicate Steven Ewert was killed
in the crash. His fiancé, Sharon Todd, was injured. Police said at the time that they were told the two vehicles were headed toward a local golf course for lunch. The Porsche was impounded for 30 days after the crash. Bell’s first appearance was originally listed
as Monday, but the courthouse was closed for the Easter holiday. Court records Tuesday indicated his case was scheduled to be in front of a justice of the peace yesterday, and his case has been put over until May 13. firstname.lastname@example.org
Commercial growth assists WFN budget Tax from A1 3,368 homeowners at the end of May. WFN property taxes are due on July 2. For more information, call the band’s finance department at 250769-2400. The WFN taxes are
not to be confused with those charged to residents living in the neighbouring District of West Kelowna municipality. Their bills go out separately the last week of May and property taxes are due to the District of West Kelowna on July 7. West Kelowna resi-
dents face a net tax increase of 2.35 per cent, or an additional $32 based on a house assessed at $492,000. Base property taxes on such a home were $1,354 last year. The 2.35 per cent increase excludes a $126 shift in property taxes
from the Central Okanagan Regional District, which is being caused by West Kelowna’s decision to manage its own transit contract. For more information call West Kelowna’s property tax information line at 778-797-8860. email@example.com
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items not currently subject to provincial sales tax, meaning an increase in taxes that will have to be paid. Thorburn, who started receiving petition forms at 2 a.m. on Tuesday from Elections B.C., said his team aims to collect signatures from between 20 and 30 per cent of the eligible voters in the four constituencies where he is overseeing the collections—Kelowna-Westside, KelownaLake Country, WestsideKelowna and Vernon-Monashee.
And he’s confident his team will succeed. “I don’t think we will l have a problem,” Thorburn told the Capital News yesterday afternoon. He said on average 5,000 signatures will have to be gathered in each riding to meet the 10 per cent minimum. The signatures will have to be approved by Elections B.C. Fight The HST organizers will monitor the collections here daily and Thorburn said if there is an area where the numbers are not coming in fast enough, more canvassers will be moved in to pick up the pace.
He said he expects to have as many as 50 canvassers in each riding and can sign up more canvassers over the next 90 days, as long as they were registered voters in B.C. as of April 6. As for where the canvassers will be, Thorburn said some of those details are still being worked out. While some will go door-to-door, others will be at high-traffic areas such as outside large stores and local malls. He said thanks to a recent Supreme Court of Canada ruling, canvassers are allowed to collect signatures on publicly acces-
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sible private land, such as in mall parking lots and on sidewalks outside stores, as long as they do not impede traffic or create “excessive” noise. Thorburn said he is still waiting for some of the badges for his canvassers but is happy with the level of organization and awareness that the campaign has already built up prior to the official signature collection period starting yesterday. The anti-HST campaign is being led by former Social Credit premier Bill Vander Zalm and is supported by the NDP and other B.C. political parties. The HST legislation is currently before the B.C. legislature for debate. Thorburn, who ran for the B.C. Refederation Party in the last provincial election in KelownaMission, said he originally just wanted to be a canvasser but stepped into a leadership role when another person dropped out. Anyone who wants to sign the petition right away can do so at Maggie’s Cafe in Plaza 33 in Rutland and can get more information by going to the FightHST.com website on the Internet or by phoning Thorburn at 250864-1385. firstname.lastname@example.org
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Sunset Drive drug bust leads to more charges Cheryl Wierda STAFF REPORTER
The trio arrested following a drug investigation on Sunset Drive last month are facing additional charges, and police have also identified a fourth person allegedly involved in the drug trafficking ring. On March 11, Steven Michael Herman, a 28-yearold Richmond man who police say is a known member of the Red Scorpions gang, was arrested after police executed drug warrants at two units at 1108 Sunset Dr. Police say he had a loaded handgun within reach at the time he was arrested inside one of those units. Originally, he faced three drug trafficking charges and a charge of possession of a firearm contrary to order. Now, court records indicate he faces five additional weapons charges and a charge of possession of stolen property. As well, new charges have been laid against two women who were arrested after they arrived at the apartments when police were there. Dianna Lynn Gazeley, 23, was originally charged with three counts of possession for the purpose of trafficking. She’s now facing an additional charge of possession of stolen property. The other woman, alleged to be 20-year-old Stephanie Rachelle Daley, is charged with possession for the purpose of trafficking and two counts of possession of a controlled substance. Matthew Joseph Brunsdon faces the same charges as Daley. Brunsdon wasn’t present when police executed the warrant, “but through investigation, we were able to identify him,” said Const. Steve Holmes. Police say three ounces of crystal methamphetamine, half an ounce of powdered cocaine, 1.5 ounces of crack cocaine, a large quantity of steroids, a bulletproof vest, $25,000 cash and other stolen items were seized during the drug warrant. Daley and Brunsdon are scheduled to make first court appearances on Thursday, and Gazeley and Herman are also scheduled to be in court that afternoon.
Speeding drivers burn up RCMP radar guns Cheryl Wierda A driver busted for speeding on a Kelowna-area highway had the nerve to complain to police officers writing his ticket that the speed limit was too low. “One motorist, who was caught at 98 km/h,
complained that Kelowna should have a fast lane going through the city,” said Const. Steve Holmes. The driver was one of at least eight dozen people who were given speeding tickets as Central Okanagan Traffic Services conducted enforcement in the hopes of keeping the roads safe during the Eas-
Crash falls under suspicion
A driver involved in a crash between two trucks in Glenmore on Easter Sunday is being investigated for driving under the influence of alcohol. Police believe a Chevrolet truck that was headed north on Glenmore Road and travelling at a “high rate of speed” struck the back end of a
ter long weekend, Holmes noted. On Good Friday, officers handed out 40 tickets on Highways 97, 97C and 33, and gave out an additional 43 tickets in a two hour period at Highway 33 and Harvey Avenue. Speeds were in the 90 km/hr range, said Holmes, with the top speed being
clocked at 99 km/hr. Speed limits on the highways in the city are 50-60 km/hour. Then on Saturday, officers were on the Highway 97 corridor from Peachland to Lake Country, and handed out five 24-hour driving prohibitions, apprehended one impaired driver, seized
Dodge Ram stopped at the red light for Yates Road at approximately 9:30 a.m. on Sunday. “The Chevrolet truck then proceeded through the intersection crossing Yates Road, striking the shopping plaza sign and coming to rest,” said Staff Sgt. Terry McLachlan.
some drugs and wrote a number of speeding tickets. On Sunday, enforcement efforts culminated in a dozen tickets being issued as officers targeted Highway 97 between Spall and Cooper Roads. Four of the drivers were travelling over 90 km/hr, Holme s said.
The 27-year-old driver of the Chevrolet received some minor facial injuries, including possibly a broken nose. He was taken to hospital, and his actions are now under police investigation. McLachlan says speed and alcohol were contributing factors to the crash.
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Warm weather beckons cyclists The start of April brings warmer weather, longer days and more
cyclists and pedestrians enjoying Kelowna’s bike lanes and pathways.
The City of Kelowna has completed sweeping of all bike lanes and most roadways, and the number of commuter and recreational cyclists is on the rise. To make the experience safer and more enjoyable for cyclists, bike lanes in Kelowna are swept 10 times a year. Kelowna has more than 260 kilometres of on-street bike lanes, more than 30 kilometres of hard surface shared-use pathways and many kilometres of gravel recreational pathways. “For a city this size, Kelowna has one of the most extensive bike networks available,” said Jerry Dombowsky, regional programs manager for the City of Kelowna. “We are committed to providing environmentally responsible modes of transportation that encourage healthier lifestyles.” Cyclists are reminded to review the City of Kelowna’s Traffic Bylaws that pertain to cycling. In particular, all riders are required to wear a bicycle helmet and cycling
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Steep terrain challenged firefighters as they dealt with a small forest fire on Saturday night. Around 7:15 p.m., the Kelowna Fire Department received multiple 911 calls after people spotted fire in the trees high above the 300-block of Clifton Road. “Once in the area, fire crews determined that the fire was burning at a low to moderate intensity…and was completely inaccessible by road, resulting in a steep, long hike for firefighters, who had the fire under control very quickly, despite the steep terrain and lack of water,” said assistant fire chief Jason Brolund. A fire guard was placed around the fire, estimated to be about a 1/4 acre in size. An RCMP investigation into the cause behind it is continuing.
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Comedy stage play comes to KCT The critically acclaimed and audience approved Mom’s the Word: Remixed comes to the Kelowna Community Theatre on Monday, April 12, 8 p.m.. for one show only. The shocking, funny ensemble cast
reunites to mash-up observations about family life culled from their smash hits Mom’s the Word (1995) and Mom’s the Word 2: Unhinged (2005). For tickets and information, call 877299-1644 or visit kelowna.ca/theatre.
Kelowna software development firm gaining national attention Alistair Waters ASSISTANT EDITOR
For the seventh year in a row, Kelowna’s QHR Technologies Inc. has found itself on a list of the country’s leading information and communication technology (ICT) firms. But while the local company was ranked 183 on the Branham300 list of Canada’s top ICT companies (up from 239 in 2008), it was highlighted as a top “mover and shaker” in the industry and one of the fastest growing companies in the ICT sector. “Since making its first appearance on the Branham300 seven years ago, QHR Technologies has
consistently grown to become one of Canada’s leading health care ICT companies,” said Wayne Gudbranson, president and CEO of Branham Group. “What’s even more impressive is the fact that in a year that many others struggled, QHR Technologies leveraged its healthy financial position to expand inorganically while also adding to its existing customer base, leading to significant year-over-year growth.” Headquartered in the Landmark technology campus, just off Harvey Avenue, QHR develops and sells software for workforce management, such as payroll, scheduling and human resources,
as well as medical records software for both physicians and for patient records. The company was ranked fourth on the Branham list of movers and shakers in 2009 and sixth on the list of companies with the biggest growth. The Branham report dubbed 2009 “a year of opportunity and hardship,” noting while it was turbulent, the year closed out an extremely successful decade for the Canadian ICT industry. Despite its problems, 2009 did result in opportunities for some of the industry’s leading firms, said the report. QHR was considered one of the winners because of its enviable level of growth. The company
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led all others with 107 per cent growth year-overyear to produce $13.53 million in sales in 2009. The report said it expected to see QHR continue to grow due to its expansion last year by acquiring Winnipeg-based Momentum Healthware and Calgary-based Clinicare for a combined $10 million. Company president and CEO Al Hildebrandt called 2009 an impressive year for his company, adding the Branham300 listings confirmed that. “We are proud of the accomplishments that we have made over the last year and pleased that Branham300 has recognized this.” firstname.lastname@example.org
Speeding driver may face more troubles A driver involved in a crash between two trucks in Glenmore on Easter Sunday is being investigated for driving under the influence of alcohol. Police believe a Chevrolet truck that was headed north on Glenmore Road and travelling at a “high rate of speed” struck the back end of a Dodge Ram stopped at the red light for Yates Road at approximately 9:30 a.m. on Sunday. “The Chevrolet truck then proceeded through the intersection crossing Yates Road, striking the shopping plaza sign and coming to rest,” said Staff Sgt. Terry McLachlan. The 27-year-old driver of the Chevrolet received some minor facial injuries, including possibly a broken nose. He was taken to hospital, and his actions are now under police investigation. McLachlan says speed and alcohol were contributing factors to the crash.
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Lining up the paperwork for filing your income tax return BEHIND THE COUNTER
t takes a lot of paper to put together a tax return. Most income is recorded and sent to the tax payer by way of income slips. If you are an employed person you may receive one or more T4 slips. On the T4 slip you can find your gross income (Box 14), Canada Pension Plan (CPP) paid (Box 16), Employment Insurance (EI) paid (Box 18) and income taxes paid (Box 22). You don’t need to receive a T4 slip if your income was under $500 and if there was no CPP, EI or income tax deducted. Your employer will know how much CPP, EI and income tax to deduct by the information from the TD1 form that you filled out when you started employment. There are also boxes for charitable donations, union dues and registered pension plan payments paid through your place of employment. At the bottom of the form, there are a number of empty boxes that are used for taxable benefits. If you have a number in one of these boxes, it has already been included in Box 14 which is your gross income. The kinds of items that would appear here would be commission income, foreign taxes paid, lodging or moving expenses to name a few. This slip is required to be issued by the last day of February each year. If this slip needed to be amended, it would be re-issued with the word ‘Amended’ typed on the top of the slip. If you have pension or other income, that may be reflected on a T4A slip. The unique thing to watch out for on this slip is if there is any income in Box 28. Box 28 requires that the footnote that is located in Box 38 be referenced. These footnotes cover about two dozen different items ranging from scholarships, bursaries, death benefits, DPSP or RPP in-
come, loans, medical premiums, group term life insurance for example. This slip is also required to be issued by the last day of February each year only if the income amount is greater than $500 or if the benefit amount in box 28 is greater than $25. To amend this slip, it would need to be reissued with the word ‘Amended’ typed on the top of the slip. Other slips that may be received by pensioners are T4AP which is the slip that explains the amount of CPP benefits, survivor and assistance payments that you have received during the year. The T4AOAS is the slip for the Old Age Security. If your Old Age Security has been clawed back during the year, this claw back will be shown on the slip in the box marked income taxes paid. If you are receiving funds out of your RRIF you would receive a T4RIF indicating the funds withdrawn and any taxes paid on the withdrawals and whether this was from your RIF or a spousal RIF. Investment income is usually reported on a T5 slip. This slip will display items such as eligible dividends and regular dividends, interest, capital gains dividends. This slip allows the issuer to state the currency at the bottom of the slip. You might also find the Canadian equivalent of foreign income earned and foreign taxes paid in Boxes 15 and 16 on this slip. To amend this slip you would re-issue the slip and change the Report Code from ‘O’ for original to ‘A’ for amended. This slip also needs to be issued by the end of February each year. Another investment income slip is the T3 slip. This slip is usually issued when income is distributed to beneficiaries of a trust. This type of investment became popular with the Real Estate Investment Trust Units. This slip also lists eligible dividends, regular dividends, capital gains and other income. Other income is usually considered and taxed
as interest. Other items that can be listed in the blank boxes in the middle of the slip are foreign income and foreign taxes paid as well as return of capital. To amend this slip also requires changing the figure in the report code (Box 16) from a ‘0’ for original to ‘1’ for amended. This is the only slip that is not required to be issued by the end of February.
Instead it must be issued by the end of March every year and the reason why April is such a busy month for accountants. T4RSP slips are issued when people withdraw money from their RRSP savings plans and indicate the gross amount withdrawn and the 10% that is withheld by the banks upon withdrawal. In addition to those basic types of slips, there are other slips that have
are issued for more specialized purposes such as the RC62 for the universal child care benefit. The T4E is issued for employment insurance benefits. The T2202 is issued for tuition and education credits. The T5007 is issued for WCB benefits. The T5008 is issued by security companies when you buy or sell securities at a gain or loss. The T5013 is issued
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Growth of entrepreneurism also creates future leaders F or those of you who have found some joy in reviewing the Okanagan Valley Entrepreneurs Society website, you will have discovered that the primary mission of our society is “to contribute to
the development of entrepreneurial leadership.” This slight shift came about after reading several of Dr. John Maxwell’s books on leadership and the principles that he, and other more academic folk espouse, that leadership
is a true touchstone of our daily world regardless of the hat we wear at any moment in time in our daily relationships. Donald Kuratko, noted U.S. entrepreneurial scholar and teacher, advises that in the past 30 years, we have witnessed
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that our Canadian economy receives revitalization because of the efforts of all categories of entrepreneurs. In fact, the world has turned now to free enterprise as a model for economic development. The passion and the drive of entrepreneurs move the world of business forward as they challenge the unknown and continuously create our future. Entrepreneurship has truly become the symbol of business tenacity and achievement. Entrepreneurs have the ability to sense opportunity, drive to innovate and create. Their capacity for accomplishment is the benchmark by which free enterprise is now measured. We are experiencing a worldwide entrepreneurial revolution, visible from right outside our window. The Globe and Mail this past week published an article stating that in 2009, 117,000 Canadians started their self-employment journey through entrepreneurial pursuit. Now that is a signal, is it not? This revolution, it is said, will become more powerful to the 21st century than the Industrial Revolution was to the 20th century. Entrepreneurs will continue to be critical contributors to substantive economic growth through their leadership, management, innovation, research and development effectiveness, job creation, competitiveness, productivity and new ven-
Joel Young ture creation. Whew! Yet, in the midst of this realm of revolution, it is my belief, which is shared by many academics, scholars and business leaders, that entrepreneurship is more than the mere creation of new ventures. Although an important facet, it is not the complete picture. An entrepreneurial perspective can be developed in individuals and can be exhibited inside or outside an organization, in profit or nonprofit enterprises, and in both business or non-business activities for the purpose of bringing forth creative ideas. Entrepreneurship then is an integrated concept that genuinely permeates our society and individuals in an innovative manner. It is this perspective that has revolutionized the way business is conducted at every level and in many nations. It is clearly a perspective that has reinvigorated individuals to once again reach into their inner self to find the innovative spirit that resides in all of us. This is, in effect, the true essence of entrepreneurial leadership. I would like now to kick in a handful of characteristics that I believe will offer all of us factors underlying great entrepreneurial leadership. I have extracted them from research texts in my personal library but will be familiar to all: 1. Self-Esteem: Underlying everything, is a high sense of one’s own self-worth. Without that, individuals will never be able to undertake tough challenges, hence the importance to develop self esteem. 2. Need to Achieve: The world of academia and entrepreneurial writers strongly highlight this characteristic associating this need with those who constantly seek to perform at their best. A pivotal goal of the Okanagan Valley Entrepreneurs Society when seeking to contribute to leadership. Persons high in this need See Future A14
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font of optimism. When faced with any problem or issue, they view it as a challenge. A setback, is viewed as a new direction; when told no, they say “ maybe, not now.” 7. Courage: Sure entrepreneurs are risk takers as all small business owners but it does take a great deal of courage to build an organization, a new venture, a team from the ground up because at those moments in time of decision, one is often alone. 8. Strong Internal Motivation: The emotion that drives our behaviour dear readers, comes from two sources—internal (intrinsic) and external (extrinsic). Intrinsic includes needs, desires, motives and will power. Extrinsic details such things as rewards and punishments. For entrepreneurs and their leaders, the most important motivational factor is the intrinsic. Entrepreneurs keep going in spite of criticism, failures, setbacks, etc. The “ fire inside “makes it all real and worthwhile for entrepreneurial leadership. firstname.lastname@example.org
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PUBLIC NOTICES Land Act: Notice of Intention to Apply for a Disposition of Crown Land Take notice that the City of Kelowna of Kelowna, BC, intends to make application to Integrated Land Management Bureau (ILMB), Southern Service Region – Thompson Okanagan Service Centre, Crown Land Adjudication oﬃce, for a Crown grant for greenway purposes covering unsurveyed Crown land between Mission Creek and Lot 7 Plan 22872, Lot A Plan KAP70271, Lot A Plan KAP78976, Lot A Plan KAP81959, Lot B Plan KAP82009, Section 14, Township 26, ODYD situated on Provincial Crown land located in the vicinity of Kelowna.
‘Think Global’ local activities find support The Intercultural Society of the Central Okanagan has received a $29,100 grant from the federal government to fund its Global Citizen Kelowna Week activities celebrating local arts and culture. “We have a vibrant arts and multicultural community in KelownaLake Country,” said Conservative Kelowna-Lake Country MP Ron Cannan. “The support of our government and the City of Kelowna, numerous local business sponsors and many volunteers enable us to experience the cultural diversity within our own community.”
The Think Global— Act Local Global Citizen Kelowna Festival will run from April 17 to 24, “The Intercultural Society of the Central Okanagan and its collaborating partners for Global Citizen Kelowna are very appreciative of the Canadian Heritage grant,” said event co-president and coordinator Joyce Brinkerhoff. “These funds will be used to showcase local artists and artisans during Global Citizen Kelowna Week. “The focus of the week is to celebrate our cultural diversity locally while reaching out globally to make a difference.”
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From both the personal and team perspectives, Brandon McMillan’s career with the Kelowna Rockets didn’t exactly begin with a bang. The speedy grad of the B.C. Major Midget League’s Vancouver Rangers managed a paltry two goals in 55 games in his rookie season, while the Rockets tanked in the Western Hockey League’s B.C. division with just 22 wins. Four seasons later, McMillan is happy to report that life is good in the land of Ogopogo. “I remember that first year was tough and pretty frustrating,” said McMillan, whose family moved with him to Kelowna from Tsawwassen during his rookie season in the WHL. “But I think everybody knew that wouldn’t last, and it’s been a pretty good ride here ever since.
We were a lot better the next year, we went to the Memorial Cup a year after that, and now we’re back in the race again. I can say it’s really been a great four years here for me.” Because the Rockets are in the thick of a playoff battle, McMillan hasn’t allowed himself much time to reflect on his major junior career which, in all likelihood, will end within the next several weeks. Barring any unforeseen twists, the NHL’s Anaheim Ducks are expected to promote the 5-foot-11, 190 pound forward to the pro ranks next season. If he doesn’t make the jump straight to the big club, McMillan will most likely suit up for the Ducks’ new AHL affiliate, the Syracuse Crunch. The Ducks liked both his speed and work ethic when they drafted McMillan in the third round—85th overall—in the 2008 entry draft. As a bonus, the NHL club saw McMillan excel
BRANDON MCMILLAN has been vital to his team’s success in his fourth season with the Kelowna Rockets. as a forward with Team Canada at the 2010 world junior championship, then watched him display his versatility by playing defense for the Rockets during last spring’s WHL championship run. Kelowna head coach Ryan Huska said McMillan has evolved into
one of the organization’s most reliable players. “The one thing about having a tough first year as a team is that Brandon and our young players, the 16 and 17-year-olds, had the chance to play a lot, so he’s really benefitted from that over the course of four years,” said Huska.
“He’s become a very good two-way player and was very important in our run to the Memorial Cup last year. He works very hard off the ice and has made himself an even more explosive skater because of the work he puts in. (In the playoffs) this year he’s been doing everything
we’ve asked of him.” Through 11 post-season games, McMillan had two goals and nine assists and, playing on a line with Geordie Wudrick and Lucas Bloodoff, played a vital role in Kelowna’s first-round upset of the Everett Silvertips. Because Kelowna lost
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so much veteran talent from last year’s club—10 players, including Jamie Benn, Tyler Myers and Colin Long—few gave the Rockets much of a chance of contending this season. But based on what the Rockets have shown thus far in the playoffs, McMillan said there’s every reason to believe the club can have another prosperous run though April and, just maybe, beyond. “Before the playoffs, I think a lot of people had written us off,” said McMillan, who had 25 goals and 42 assists during the regular season. “We showed a lot of resilience against Everett and that we can play with anybody. I think everybody here is committed to working together and that’s why we’re having success. If we play with way we can, then I think we’re in for a long run. If it is my last year, it would be a nice way to end with another trip to the Cup.”
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Ursel, Scott close season in Dawson Creek A pair of Kelowna rinks will be among the field of 32 teams for the last major tournament of the 2009-10 season on the World Curling Tour. Bob Ursel and Kelly Scott will compete in the Grey Power Players’ Championship— the final event of the Capital One Grand Slam of Curling series—April 13 to 18 in Dawson Creek. Sixteen men’s and 16 women’s teams will take part in the triple knockout event with $100,000 in prize money up for grabs. Among other teams competing on the men’s side are 2010 Olympic gold medalist Kevin Martin, 2010 Brier champion Kevin Koe of Edmonton and former world champ Glenn Howard of Ontario.
Ursel, Jim Cotter, Kevin Folk and Rick Sawatsky sit eighth overall on the WCT men’s money list this season with $32,000 in earnings. The 2008 B.C. champs won twice on the tour this season at the September Shootout in Edmonton and the West Coast Classic in New Westminster. The Scott rink will be joined on the women’s draw by reigning Scott Tournament of Hearts champ Jennifer Jones from Winnipeg, 2010 Olympic silver medalist Cheryl Bernard of Calgary and 2008 Players’ champion, Saskatchewan’s Amber Holland. Scott, Jeanna Schraeder, Sasha Carter and Jacquie Armstrong haven’t played in a competitive event since the Scotties in Sault Ste. Marie in February.
“We are going into the Player’s Championship to really enjoy ourselves and finish off the season on a good note,” said Scott. “We haven’t set any major goals for this tournament as our curling ice is already out in the Okanagan so we won’t be able to practice leading up to the event, but we would be really happy to make the qualifying round in the tournament. Sometimes a break from the ice can allow you to play with a free mind and things can sometimes flow easier that way, although it might take us a few ends to shake off the cobwebs.” The 2006 and 2007 Canadian champs have one victory on the circuit this season, the Manitoba Lotteries Classic in Winnipeg in October. They rank second on the WCT money list this season with $30,300
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Edmonton holds off midget girls Warren Henderson
Turn With Your Legs Not Your Shoulders
Do you sometimes feel like your outside ski skids out at the end of the turn? It could be because you’re turning with your upper body and turning yourself out of balance. While walking down the street and turning around a corner you wouldn’t throw your shoulders around the turn first then have your lower body catch up, that just wouldn’t work. What you would do is lead the turning effort with your feet and legs, the same thing should be true on a pair of skis. If you’ve ever watched a World Cup race on TV or a seen really good skier come down the mountain while you’re riding up the chair what you might have noticed is a really stable upper body and an active lower body. A lot of skiers are the opposite, active upper body and stiff lower body. To help stabilize your upper body a get your lower body working try this; pick a narrow run and see if you can point your belly button at a tree on the side of the run. As you start your turn, initiate with your legs but see how long you can keep your belly button facing the tree. This will help create some “separation” between your upper and lower body therefore leaving you better balanced against the outside ski and getting better edge grip at the end of the turn. Try it in a single turn first, one on each side and then see if you can do it in a series of turns. Turning with your lower body like this will help you “turn into balance”. For help with this and more spend some time with a pro from the Big White Ski & Board School. The conditions on the mountain are excellent so come on up and make the most of it! Josh Foster Director of Snow Sports Big White Ski Resort
THOMPSON OKANAGAN Rockets defender Jordan Krause prevents Edmonton Thunder’s Kirsten R eeve from escaping on a clean-cut breakaway during Game 2 of the Pacific regional finals in female midget AAA hockey.
Wheelchair b’ball action at Mt. Bou The second annual Kelowna Wheelchair takes centre stage April 10 at Mt. Boucherie Secondary School. The Paralympic sport features able and disabled athletes who are made equal by the use of special basketball wheelchairs. Two national team players are confirmed to be in attendance as well as three local B.C. team FINALIST “Best
members—Bryan Shore (provincial team), Wendy Jansen (B.C. Breakers women’s team) and Matt Ficocelli (B.C. provincial junior team) Participants will come from across B.C, Alberta and the Northern U.S. for this second annual event. There will be no set teams, but rather match-ups by age, skill level or even able versus disabled.
The main event Saturday will be a battle between Calgary and the host team from Kelowna at 3:15 p.m. Action begins at 9:30 a.m. A fun feature match between Kelowna and members oft the media will be held at 2 p.m. For more information, contact tournament coordinator Paul Clark at email@example.com.
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The Thompson Okanagan Rockets had visions of a trip to Regina later this month for the Esso Cup national midget girls hockey championship. The Edmonton Thunder had other ideas. With both experience and a competitive edge on their side, the Thunder took down the Rockets in straight games to win the Pacific regional playoff over the weekend at West Kelowna’s Royal LePage Place. The Rockets failed to find the back of the Edmonton net in the best-ofthree series, losing 5-0 on Friday and 3-0 on Saturday. The Thunder—who competed last year at nationals—had just come through a pair of tough five-game playoff series in Alberta. The Rockets, on the other hand, hadn’t played a meaningful game since March 13 in Prince George when they won the B.C. championship. Kelowna outscored their opponents 42-6 at provincials and, according to head coach Sylvain Leone, simply didn’t face the level competition necessary to be properly prepared for what Edmonton would throw at them in the Pacific playoff. “Edmonton brought the kind of championship intensity and competitiveness that we hadn’t seen and we just couldn’t develop that fast enough to match them,” Leone said. “We were much bet-
ter in Game 2 and, had the series been longer, I think we could have competed. “The girls started to adjust in the second game and we started to challenge them…but they had a hot goaltender and there wasn’t much we could do.” Leone said too much down time during key stages of the season were a detriment to his Rockets. The local girls had a three-week break between the end of the season and provincials, then another three-week layoff before the regionals. “We played in only two tournaments in six weeks and (Edmonton) overwhelmed us with their competitiveness and grittiness,” he added. Still, Leone and the Rockets can take many positives from the season as T.O. finished tied for first in the B.C. female midget AAA girls league with a 14-3-1 record. The Rockets then went 6-0 in Prince George to win the 2010 provincial title. Other season highlights included 16-yearold forward Julia McKinnon winning the regular season league scoring title with 29 points (16g, 13a) and Jordan Krause topping all defenceman in scoring with 22 points. Ten players—one goaltender, four defenders and five forwards— all born in 1992 will be graduating from the program. “Hopefully all the girls who are eligible to come back with return to us next year,” added Leone.
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AquaJets set two new club records in Penticton swim meet The Kelowna AquaJets posted 250 best times and set two new club records at the Penticton KISU Cherry Blossom Swim Meet. Max McDonald broke kthe boys 8-and-under 100 free record in a time of 1:59.10. The 12 and under boys also broke a club record in the 200 medley relay made up of Josh Zakala, Sam McDonald, Julien Roberts and Ben Main, eclipsing their old mark by two seconds. Tia Itterman had a great meet with a 5.5 second improvement in 100 fly to finish with a new best time of 1:24.01. Tia also raced to six firstrplace finishes in the meet taking top spot in 50, 100, 800 free, 50 back, 50 and 100 fly. In the 800 free, Tia improved by over 35 seconds. Christian Desjarlais added to his string of excellent results by improving in five races including drops of five seconds in 100 Breastroke and four seconds in 100 Butterfly. Christian took the top spot in 50 Butterfly and 100 Freestyle. Sally Wallick had a strong performance in the breast stroke events as she dropped four seconds in the 100 breast stroke and two seconds in the 50. Sally had four top three finishes in the meet. Josh Zakala continued to improve after coming off a successful AAA provincial championships by posting nine new best times. He took home four first-place finishes along with four second-place finishes. In the 1500 Freestyle, Josh broke through the AAA qualifying time by taking off 118 seconds over the 60-lap race and went under 30 seconds for the first time in 50 freestyle with a time of 29.57. Clarisse Obedkoff took home the top spot in all eight races she swam and improved her times in three of those. Clarisse bettered her times in 50
Link and Katelan Miller. Lochlyn Scott and Shea Ursel had their first ever competition races in the 8-and-under category. Significant improvements came from Kate Cartier, Nicola Crichton, Emily Getz, Sydney Hayes, Molly Hill, Madison Kornell, Haley Martin, Megan Martin, Jessica McIntyre, Katelan Miller, Julia Nickerson, Quinn
Payer, Noelle Robbins, Ella Rolleston, Anna Sorensen, Jenna Thorne, Jordan-Rae Vance and Ava Wittman. “Our Jamboree swimmers are making huge strides this year and I am very excited about the future for the club as a whole,” said Jets coach Steven Vanber Muelen. “We are dominating much of the racing and all the
swimmers are starting to look really strong across all strokes. The KAJ have now qualified over 50 swimmers for the regional level meets where in the past we were sitting at around 30 swimmers so we are getting stronger every swim meet. Our coaching staff is doing a great job and our results are starting to really show.”
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KELOWNA AQUAJETS swimmer Tia Itterman won six events at the KISU Penticton Cherry Blossom swim meet. free, 100 breast stroke and 800 free. During the regional level portion of the meet there were several strong races for the AquaJets. Solid drops in time during the meet came from the following: Emily Sherwood (100 Breastroke—7 seconds), Mackenzie Pesl (200 IM—5 seconds), Faye Manning (100 Butterfly—7 seconds), Ben Main (200 IM—18
seconds), Lauren Gateley (100 Freestyle—8 seconds), Justin Fowler (100 Breastroke- 21 seconds and 200IM— 7 seconds), Brodie Forest (100 Backstroke—12 seconds), Katie Dunlop (100 Butterfly—7 seconds and 50 Breastroke—4 seconds), Tavisha Dirksen (200 IM— 15 seconds), Sam Digpal (100 Freestyle—16 seconds and 50 Backstroke—7 seconds), Jas
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Thurs. senâ€™rs. Karen Kirk poa 74 181-194-167 Jonna Hyllested poa 74 151-168-133 Marlene Drake poa 67 202-172-125 Lynn Joncas poa 64 145-152-142 Steve Johnston poa 59 155-198-153 Adolf Hemminger poa 58 135-123-157 Eric Koewitsch poa 50 160-139-153 Dianne Birkby poa 56 170-123-159 Hans Skudelny poa 51 163-172-163 A.G. Kariya poa 56 233-150-150
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SUN.LADIES Jennifer Delesalle poa 125 Hi 278-199-212 Nicole Martindalle poa 81 180-154-203 Jill Wintle poa 54 138-152-139 Katy Davidson poa 44 135-156-83 Jacquie McDougall poa 38 134-147-156 Tina Magyar poa 20 160-186-184
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POE wins in â€™Loops, Rockets 4th Kelowna-based Pursuit of Excellence went undefeated to capture the 2010 edition of the Kamloops International Bantam Hockey Tournament. POE took the gold medal with a 5-2 win over the Spruce Grove Saints in Sundayâ€™s final. POE went 3-0 in the round robin, outscoring their opponents 24-1, then defeated Kelowna 1-0 in the semifinal round. Meanwhile, the Kelowna West Coast Authentic Rockets played their best hockey of the season in Kamloops despite losing their last two games. Kelowna won its pool with a 3-0 record, posting wins over Notre Dame, Warman, Sask., and the Vancouver Thunderbirds.
The Rockets were on an eight-game winning streak before dropping a 1-0 decision to POE in the semis. In the A consolation final on Sunday, the Calgary Royals beat Kelowna 5-2. The Rockets also turned in a strong effort at the Port Coquitlam tournament last month winning the gold medal. In other news, seven Rockets were selected to represent the Okanagan region in the upcoming under-16 provincial high performance tournament in Prince Georgeâ€”Connor DeMelo, Riley Ostoforoff, Alex Gran, Aryton Nikkel, Alex Hill, Morgan Johnston and Brennan Clark.
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“Regular Joe” Plumber & Wife Speak Out and Reveal the Raw Truth About That Canadian “Multi-Millionaire,” Darren Weeks, and his How to Get Rich in BC Seminars.
Brian Lauer a “Regular Joe” This guy, Darren Weeks, promises all sorts of things to us average Canadians about how we can get out of the “Canadian Rat Race” and on to the “Fast Track”. He claims that people can start from scratch and become “Rich” in 5 years or less. He talks about wrestling back control of your ¿nances from the Big Banks and Financial Planners. He says he teaches people how to buy Canadian Real Estate with “No Money Down”, and many other “creative” money making ideas and so on. Every time I used to read one of his ads, I thought, “Who could be dumb enough to fall for this guy’s smoke & mirrors?” Now, I’m going to tell you the raw truth about Darren Weeks and his “How to Get Rich in BC” stuff. My name is Brian Lauer. I live in Kelowna, B.C. with my wife Donna and our 2 kids. I grew up in Saskatchewan, moved to B.C. in the early 70’s. After doing different jobs in the Alberta oil patch, and then in construction, I married Donna in 1991. A few years after getting married I was out of work for a few months and I decided to get into plumbing. It was pretty rough trying to make it on apprentice wages of only $9 bucks an hour back then – especially with a family to support. Once I got my Plumber’s ticket things were OK, but I always thought I could do better in life instead of just grinding it out 9 - 5. I was doing OK with my plumbing work. But at the end of the day I was always trading hours for dollars – and there always seemed to be more expenses than money in the bank. If I ever stopped working, the money stopped coming in. I had a $15,000 line of credit that I honestly thought I’d never pay off. Then in 2001 I saw an ad for one of these “Free Rich Dad” events. I had read “Rich Dad, Poor Dad” and I thought what the heck, maybe I should be a little more open minded – what can I lose at a ‘free’ seminar anyway? But in the back of my mind I was sure that they were going to try to get me all jazzed up and excited, and then try to sell me some $5,000.00 real estate course. I had told myself that I would only stay at the event until the “pitch” started, then I’d go home. What Donna and I discovered at Darren’s “How to Get Rich in Canada” seminar really shocked us. First of all, I was waiting the whole time for the “other shoe to fall” and wondering when I was going to get “pitched” the expensive Real Estate course. It never happened. The most expensive thing I could buy there was a book – and they weren’t hardly mentioned. What was mentioned
were rock solid ideas, tips and strategies that Darren himself has put to use in his own life to create millions of dollars in income and equity in his businesses, investments and Real Estate. The man doesn’t like the Big Banks or Financial Planning companies very much, and he showed us why not. He opened our eyes to a whole different way of thinking about money and wealth – and most importantly, he inspired us to take action and go for it! Within a week of attending that event we decided to make Real Estate investing our vehicle to wealth (but Real Estate is not the only subject covered at Darren’s events – he also goes in depth about Business and Investing). Over the next couple of months we got cracking and started buying our ¿rst investment properties. Now, just a few short years later, we have over 29 ‘doors’ (rental units) in B.C. and Alberta and we are looking for another apartment building to buy with our investors. The positive cashÀow from our properties is more than enough to replace my plumber’s wages. Now I work at plumbing because I want to, not because I have to. While others in my ¿eld are worried about the economy and impending work shortages – all I can see is opportunity! And I know that if anything ever happened to me, we would be just ¿ne with our Real Estate. Not only that, but we learned how to buy them right and at the right price, and our Net Worth now of¿cially makes us millionaires twice over! (Which is sweet revenge for all the snickers we got from friends and family when we ¿rst told them what we were up to). Now you might be asking yourself how such a thing could happen to a blue-collar guy like me. The answer is simple. It’s all about learning how real proven and effective wealth creation systems work. I’m not talking about the “late nite t.v.” crap that comes in from South of the border either. I’m talking about proven methods and strategies that work right here in Canada – our home and native land. In spite of everything you’ve heard about investing in Real Estate being ‘risky’ – or the failure rate of starting your own business – or how crappy investing can be (and it can be – if you do it the way the ‘establishment’ tells you to) you too can learn how to get rich sooner rather that later. So here is the raw truth about Darren Weeks: Unlike most of those ‘pretend’ experts out there, he actually teaches stuff that works. He not only teaches it – he does it! He walks his talk and has businesses, investments and lots of Real Estate. Just like me, you’ve seen his ads in this paper before. You’ve gotten postcards from him. Or maybe you’ve seen him on TV, or heard his ads on the radio. If you haven’t been to one of his “How to Get Rich in BC” events yet, I don’t know why. Maybe you think you’re too smart and know it all, or that it is going to be a rip off, like I did. But if you’re so smart, why aren’t you rich and happy? Maybe you are doing well already – but you could do better (many of Darren’s students are ‘retired’ in their 30’s or 40’s). Maybe you just don’t want to be sold something that’ll be a waste of your hard-earned money. About that you can
relax. At this event there’s nothing for sale that’s more expensive than a book – so leave your cheque book at home! I’ve got over two million reasons why you ought to check out what Darren has to say. What reasons do you have NOT to look at this? There are events coming to Kelowna on Monday and Tuesday, April 12 & 13. These are FREE events if you pre-register (otherwise it is $39.95 at the door) and registration is super easy. Either go on-line to www.FastTrackinKelowna.ca or call the 24 hr. live operator to register by phone at 1-877-RICH CDN (1-877-742-4236). By the way, I wasn’t paid even a penny or given anything to write this about Darren Weeks. I am a regular Joe just like you. I did this as my way of saying thanks to Darren for everything he’s done for me and my family. And I’m not the only person who feels this way. Darren has spoken to over 100,000 Canadians at his events since he started in 2001. Many, just like me, are now making more money than they ever did before and are reaching their own ¿nancial dreams. My wife Donna just says “Wow” about how much we have accomplished and how much more we are going to do and have. We continue to go to Darren’s events as often as we can, because we always learn something new, and meet great new people. All I can say is, “don’t envy us. Join us” BRIAN LAUER, Kelowna, B.C.
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Eight-year-old donates her ponytail to create cancer patient wigs aunt and friends, and I also want to show others the importance of helping people with cancer.” First Lutheran Christian School is the site of “The Big Cut” where school parent and professional hairdresser Yuko Klann has volunteered to be the stylist.
Wednesday, April 7, 2010
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Loss of a favourite shovel is a relationship hard to replace
couple of weeks ago I did something I’m not proud of—I pushed a piece of equipment to its breaking point. Every piece of equipment has its limitations, but if it is used as it was meant to be used, a shovel handle should never break. When I was in the landscaping business many years ago it was common for someone to break a shovel handle at least once a week. Most of the carnage was executed by new people on the job, but
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atching TV could soon cost more money. When the CRTC opened the door last week for Canada’s TV networks to begin negotiations with cable and satellite companies for fees to carry their signals, it endorsed what amounts to a new tax on the 88 per cent of Canadian households that subscribe to cable or satellite to get their TV. If you’ll recall, last fall we were bombarded with dour warnings from the likes of CTV and Global that if the networks
weren’t allowed to extract fees from the companies that distribute their programming to the vast majority of their audience, they would be forced to pull the plug on local shows, maybe even close local stations. They accused the cable and satellite companies of fattening their wallets at the expense of hard-working, impoverished TV networks by plucking their signals from the airwaves for free and then charging us to see them. The big cable and satellite
companies fired a few retorts, but they were half-hearted. After all, they also happen to own the networks; Bell owns CTV, Rogers owns CITY and Shaw is bidding for the broadcast properties of bankrupt Canwest Global. The CRTC has ordered the various players to get together to negotiate an amicable arrangement that would provide a guaranteed revenue stream to the networks and likely increase the billion dollar profits of the cable and satellite operators. Such a cozy arrangement
will hurt consumers, who already pay an average of $94.98 per month for their cable or satellite service. Some estimates say that will increase by about $10 once negotiations end. The CRTC has been a pawn for Canada’s broadcasters and distributors for too long. The broadcasters should have to earn our eyeballs by providing quality programming we want to see at a price we can afford, not be coddled by a bureaucratic regulator in a protected marketplace.
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The first was an old-age pension for jailed multiple murderer Clifford Olsen. The finance department knows it gives senior citizen prisoners pensions—and their crimes don’t affect that. But when the public learned Olsen was getting a pension, the Prime Minister jumped on the public outrage bandwagon, demanded answers and vowed to make changes. The government also knew that pardons are routinely handed to convicted criminals who have served their sentences. But when the public was told former junior hockey coach Graham James, who served time for sexually assaulting his young players, received a pardon in 2007, once again the PM expressed outrage, demanded an-
swers and vowed to make changes. It’s policy by public opinion. And it’s not just the Conservatives who do it. The Liberals did it when they were in office and I’ll bet my union pension—if I had one—that the NDP would do the same thing if it were in power. The public has lost confidence in its politicians because what was once a noble calling has degenerated into a series of photo-ops and that to been deemed successful requires headlines and making the Opposition look bad. Nowadays politicians don’t act because it’s the right thing to do; they act because their political opponents are suggesting another course of action and by doing the opposite, they can claim their opponents are wrong.
No wonder Canada’s one-time voter turnout of 80+ per cent is gone. When was the last time you came across a politician who could relate to his or her constituents? Sure, every party has its true-believers, the rank and file who drank the Cool-Aid, but once they are accounted for, what about the rest of us? Increasingly we vote against a political party, not for the ideas of the candidate who actually gets our vote. So with the None Of The Above Party appearing to be the early favourite heading into the next federal election, and its obvious leader, No One, poised to be prime minister, we can count on nothing getting done. email@example.com
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HST exclusive territory of federal gov’t To the editor: Having read and heard a great deal regarding the Liberals moving forward with the HST, I feel that the people of this province deserve a clearer explanation of the agreement that the federal and provincial governments have entered into. First of all, the term “harmonzied sales tax” is misleading. The two levels of government are not joining together or “harmonizing” the PST with the GST. To do so would be unconstitutional for the following reasons. The GST is an indirect tax, which falls within the “exclusive” jurisdiction of the federal government (Section 91 of the Constituion Act 1982). This means only the federal government, and no one else, including the provinces, can levy and collect an indirect tax within their respective (provincial) jurisdictions. Nor can they delegate a province to levy and collect an indirect tax on their behalf. The PST is a direct tax, which falls within the “exclusive” jurisdiction of the provinces (Section 92.2 of the Constitution Act 1982). This means the federal government cannot levy or collect a direct tax on behalf of any province, period. And the federal government
cannot be delegated to levy and collect a direct tax on behalf of any province either. In 1950, the Supreme Court of Canada, in what is known as the Lord Nelson case, made it very clear that neither level of government could delegate their exclusive taxing authority to the other, nor could they receive that delegation from the other. Therefore, under the HST agreement, in order for the (B.C.) provincial government and the federal government to abide by the Supreme Court ruling, the (B.C.) provincial government has agreed to stop charging the PST altogether, which will be, in essence, “zero”, as of July 1, 2010, and the GST (renamed the HST), will be 12 per cent. Although this agreement respects the Supreme Court decision, and the letter of the Constitution Act 1982, it certainly does not respect the spirit, purpose and intent of the law as was originally intended by the drafters of the British North America Act of 1867, now known as the Constitution Act of 1982. The other important point worth mentioning, which has not received any attention at all, is the fact that there is nothing in this agreement that prevents the provincial government from re-instating a provincial sales tax (PST)
in the future. So it is very possible that sometime down the road, we could be faced with a 12 per cent federal HST (it’s really the GST, only higher) plus a new provincial sales tax. With this new federal excise (indirect) tax, our provincial government, with its total lack of wisdom and foresight, has now placed its complete trust in the hands of federal government to transfer comparable revenues back to the province. I don’t know about you, but that kind of external control makes me feel uncomfortable. If we are to be stuck with the HST, we should tell the feds what Quebec told them. “If you want us to jump on the HST bandwagon, then WE will collect the (HST) and WE will make transfer payment to YOU,” or words to that effect. Makes perfect sense to me. I would urge everyone to make sure they make their voice heard by signing the official petition between April 6 and July 5, 2010. It’s time the government started listening to the people who elected them to their positions of trust, not the bureaucrats and big business behind the curtain. Grant Baudais, Kelowna
Anti-HST lobby wants lower gov’t spending but more services To the editor: Re: Consumption Taxes are All the Rage For Government (April 2 Capital News). Tom Fletcher’s column is one of the few grown-up comments I’ve seen about the B.C. HST. I would emphasize two substantive issues and one process issue. As he mentioned, the HST raises revenue from income tax evaders; the more they spend on highend services—mani-pedis, expensive hair treatments, heli-skiing and so on—the more tax is collected, especially compared to the extra $15 a year I’ll pay in HST on haircuts.
The second issue is that, unlike income tax, there is no refund for prior years’ consumption taxes so governments don’t have the double whammy in recessions of both lower current taxes but also refunds from capital loss and business tax loss carrybacks. The anti-HST crowd have much in common with the Tea Party rabble in the United States—the only group which answers YES to a poll which asks if they support a) lower taxes b) lower government spending and c) more government services! Bill Vander Zalm and the B.C. NDP are taking a juvenile, unprin-
cipled stand against an efficient revenue raiser needed to reduce deficits. The federal Conservatives poisoned the well—and created the federal budget deficit—by reducing the GST, a terrible policy move criticized by all tax analysts. The B.C. Liberals are in the unenviable position of implementing the HST, good policy but bad politics, necessary to prepare for higher health care spending in the next two decades. Don Miller, Nanaimo
Cut gov’t spending To the editor: Tom Fletcher says, “Scrap the HST? Sounds great, but then what?” The answer: Reduce government spending. There is much bureaucracy—ineffective, arrogant, intrusive, spendthrift. Slash it, including by eliminating laws and regulations and do-gooder functions. Yes, the big expenditure is health care, a fool’s game whose costs and failures were predicted. Keith Sketchley, Saanich
Autism tackled with early diagnosis, treatment I am the mother of a son with autism. Before my son’s diagnosis two years ago I did not know much about autism and thought that a child with autism spun in circles, banged his/her head and had continuous tantrums. I hope that this stereotype becomes a thing of the past as, although people with autism may or may not have some of those traits, it is not what defines them. Children with autism are capable of so much and need understanding
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and acceptance. Unfortunately, if you don’t know someone with autism, you will very soon as the rates are increasing. I encourage any parent to go with your gut and if you feel your child is not developing typically to go to your family doctor to inquire about the signs and symptoms and perhaps a referral for an autism assessment. Early intervention is key. If you would like to know the warning signs or would like more information about autism spec-
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Homeopathy relies on individual treatment assessments T he word homeopathy (or homoeopathy) derives from the Greek words “homoios,” meaning like or similar, and “pathos,” meaning suffering or disease. Homeopathy is a system of medical therapeutics for treating individuals based on the principle of “similae” or “simile.” The great homeopathic principle is (in Latin) “Similia similibus curentur,” meaning “Let like be
John Sherman treated by like.” Alternative medical systems are built upon complete systems of theory and practice, and often have evolved apart from and earlier than
the conventional medical approach used in North America. Homeopathy takes a different approach from conventional medicine in diagnosing, classifying and treating medical problems. Key concepts of homeopathy include: • Homeopathy seeks to stimulate the body’s defense mechanisms and processes to prevent or treat illness. • Treatment involves giv-
ing very small doses of substances called remedies that, according to homeopathy, would produce the same or similar symptoms of illness in healthy people if they were given in larger doses. • Treat the patient, not the disease. This is the most important doctrine of homeopathy. No two individuals are alike, and so the medicines used for their treatment need not be alike.
The name of the disease is not important to the homeopath who tries to get a complete picture of the patient—his symptoms, what makes the symptoms better or worse, his likes and dislikes, his environment, etc. From those answers, the homeopath arrives at the individualized remedy, called a similimum. The theory behind homeopathy is that within every human there is an energy called vital force,
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which regulates the functioning of the body. Due to factors such as heredity, environmental conditions or stress, this vital force can weaken, causing disease. The homeopath makes a study of not only the symptoms the patient is complaining of, but of the entire patient himself. This leads to a picture of the patient. The homeopath then prescribes homeopathic medicine that matches this picture. Now, the medicine so prescribed would have caused the similar symptoms in a healthy person in its crude form or in large doses. This medicine is given in a highly diluted dose, to prevent side effects. This minute dose creates a similar disorder in the vital force and provokes the vital force to react to the symptoms and overcome them. This is not like vaccines, which use the same type of virus injected in small amounts into our system. While I believe that
homeopathy is much more effective than conventional medicine, the sad fact is that homeopathy has lagged behind in popularity due largely to not being funded by government health care. Another key reason is that there are very few homeopaths practicing outside of large urban centres. Homeopathy has thousands of remedies from which to choose. In a particular case, choosing just one remedy is not so easy and requires the application of great skills on the part of the homeopath. In classical homeopathy, a homeopath will prescribe only one remedy at a time. We do this in order to see the effects of the medicine—too many remedies prescribed at once make it hard to figure out which worked most effectively. John Sherman is a classical homeopath in Kelowna. 250-764-2487 firstname.lastname@example.org
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Government committed to address child poverty issues B ritish Columbians recognize the importance of cultivating strong family environments and offering children and youth the best possible opportunities to succeed. Smart investments and strategic management of resources create those opportunities. Government leveraged strategic tax cuts and provided record funding so as to tackle child poverty, increase childcare opportunities and service delivery for youth in care. This year, the province increased the basic personal income tax credit to $11,000, and has eliminated provincial income taxes for everyone earning less than $18,800 a year. This means that 325,000 British Columbians pay no provincial income taxes, leaving more money in the wallets of B.C. families. Additionally, families are also eligible to receive up to $385 per month per child through the Canada Child Tax Benefit, the B.C. Family Bonus and the Universal Child Care Benefit. These tax cuts and credits helped to reduce child poverty to the lowest rate since 1991 and this trend is predicted to continue.
sands of parents receiving help with care costs. These enhancements set working parentsâ€™ minds at ease by knowing that their children are safe and being cared for. This government is committed to seeing our youth-in-care successfully transition from government care to independ-
ence and adulthood. Weâ€™re working closely with the B.C. Federation of Youth in Care Networks. We have increased their budget to $500,000, with an additional $375,000 grant for a three-year pilot project to help in-transition youth find and keep employment.
Transitioning from government care to independence is an important step which introduces a potentially productive young adult to our society. The youth-in-transition program will benefit from $5 million to provide financial support to youth formerly in care to finish high school, learn
job and life skills, attend post-secondary school, or complete rehabilitative programs. This helps them gain an invaluable competitive edge to make their way in the world and find success. In tough times like these, we know that B.C.â€™s families and chil-
dren are too important to marginalize. We are succeeding in helping B.C.â€™s children and youth realize their full potential. For more information, please visit my website at www.benstewartmla.bc.ca. Ben Stewart is the Liberal MLA for Westside-Kelowna.
Ben Stewart Other measures in place to give our families a boost to support children and ensure a great future for B.C include the low-income Climate Action Tax Credit. This credit is paid quarterly and will be increased to $115.50 per adult and $34.50 per child next year. Childcare is an issue that affects almost everyone in our province. When a parent knows their child is in safe hands, they breathe easy while at work. That is why this yearâ€™s budget provides $26 million in new funding over three years to subsidize childcare providers and parents. In the past nine years, the number of subsidized childcare spaces has doubled to 90,000. In addition, increasing outof-school subsidies for elementary school aged children resulted in thou-
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Meadow Vista wins competitive honey wine gold Maxine DeHart
eadow Vista Honey Wines, owned and operated by Judy Barta in West Kelowna, won two medals at the 2010 Mazer Cup International Mead Competition held in Colorado. More than 170 honey wines from meaderies around the world were entered as Meadow Vista’s Cloud Horse traditional honey wine won a gold medal while the winery’s sparkling, dry and crisp honey wine, called Joy, also won a bronze. Meadow Vista is the premier producer of sparkling honey wine in Canada. The Mazer Cup has become the de-facto standard for meaderie competitions in North America and sets the standards for all the meaderie-only competitions. To find out more about this special wine or for purchase go to www.meadowvista.ca or call 250-769-2337. Speedpro Signs and Digital Imaging, at 1032307 Enterprise Way, owned and operated by Brian and Elly Bonsma, were awarded a first place gold medal for sign design and manufacture of a dimensional sign. The competition saw sign shops from across Canada submit works done the previous year. Judging was done by the convention attendees—all sign designers and manufacturers. Speedpro’s winning sign was created for the University of B.C. Student Union which operates the Koi Sushi Restaurant in partnership with Mr. Kim. The medal was received for the idea of bringing their logo to life in full 3D. Girl Guides of Canada will celebrate their
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was done by an artist in Zimbabwe, on display at the Art of Africa store in downtown Kelowna. Okanagan campus will get a bilingual experience while traveling the campus roads. New street signs feature both English and Nsyilxcen, the traditional language spoken by the Okanagan’s aboriginal people. Many of us are amazed by Apple’s prodigious line of iPhones, iPods and now the fascinating new iPad, but many of us also wonder who makes the apps? Well, there is a company located right here in our city. Appiphany Technologies Corp. is built around the iPhone, iPod and now the
iPad’s application “app” development. With their focus on the new SDK (software development kit) they have the ability to design, develop, debug and distribute commercial or in-house apps for the line of Apple products. As they advance into a third party accessories company, Appiphany plan to integrate accessories to communicate with their applications, maximizing user experience while innovating what’s possible with today’s technologies. Currently, Appiphany is working on creating a fantasy-based
interactive cartoon/video game for the iPhone, iPad and iPod. The phenomenal characters have been designed by an artist who is best known for his work on projects like Ice Age and Ice Age 2: The Melt Down and Robots. One of the more popular apps that the company has published is The Penny Stock App (www. pennystockapp.com) attracting various investors from all over the world. Jesse Keller is the CEO and Jonas Klippenstein the vice-president of the company. Call 778-4789944; www.appiphany-
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Springvalley school makes music connection to Neil Young The Music B.C. Charitable Foundationâ€™s Adopt an Instrument Program has donated 30 Epiphone acoustic guitars to Springvalley Middle School from sale proceeds of Gib-
son Les Paul guitar signed by Neil Young. On April 7, 2010, Gibson endorsed artists and EMI recording artists One More Girl will officially present 30 acous-
tic guitars to Springvalley school on behalf of the foundation. One More Girl will also make a special and private performance and talk to the aspiring music
students at the school. Springvalley Middle School is located in Kelowna. The school teaches 520 students from Grades 7 to 9. Ken Woodward, a teacher at the school, started a guitar club with another teacher four years
ago. Since that time the club has grown and a lot of students have joined in. All kids are welcome at all levels. â€œHaving the guitars in the library available to the kids all the time is a very positive thing for the school,â€? Woodward said.
â€œIt will hopefully inspire an interest in music for the kids. With luck a few will keep going with it.â€? Bob Dâ€™Eith, executive director of Music B.C., added: â€œMusic is important in schools. Music helps to keep our children
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complaint before the B.C. Human Rights Tribunal, involving an allegation tof discrimination against a stand-up comic, is attracting much attention and comment. I sense this is one case we’re going to be hearing about for a long time to come. According to the tribunal, Lorna Pardy filed a human rights complaint against comic Guy Earle and the owner of the Vancouver club (Zesty’s) at which he was performing in 2007. Pardy alleged she and her same-sex partner were “subjected to a tirade of homophobic and sexist comments” by Earle and that, as a result, she experienced harassment. Earle denied that he discriminated against Pardy (while admitting his interactions with her were heated). He said that Pardy and her companions were “loud, disruptive, and heckled the comics who performed that evening, including him.” Earle and the owner of Zesty’s applied in 2008 to have Pardy’s human rights complaint dismissed. Both applications were rejected by the tribunal. Earle and Zesty’s appealed that decision to B.C.’s Supreme Court which reportedly sent the matter back to the tribunal for reconsideration. Now, almost three years after the dustup at Zesty’s between Pardy and Earle, the tribunal appears on the verge of issuing a ruling on Pardy’s complaint. As I’ve said, the case has attracted a substantial amount of commentary and both sides have their vocal supporters. On the one hand, a casual observer might say, “She was in a comedy club—what did she expect? That’s what comics do.” On the other hand, Pardy’s supporters would assert she was entitled to enjoy the club’s services without being singled out and subjected to a “tirade” aimed squarely at her gender and her sexual persuasion. The question of whether human rights protections should extend to a setting such as a comedy club is definitely a thorny one. It’s scenarios like this which are the basis for
Robert Smithson the legal truism that “hard cases make bad law.” Earle was reported, in the Globe and Mail, as saying: “The point of stand-up comedy is that you can say whatever the hell you want on stage. It’s the sharp end of a free society.” He may be attributing a little more importance to the societal role of comedians than they warrant (if barbarian hordes sweep down on us out of the hills, will anyone be relying on comedians to stem the tide with their stinging one-liners?) but his point does seem to have resonated. In my view, the commentary back and forth suggests that we simply haven’t decided, as a society, whether human rights
protections should be extended to such settings. It’s an indication that the human rights regime we’ve let loose is an evolving one in which many of the areas on the fringe have yet to be charted. One has to sympathize with the plight of the tribunal in this situation. If our society, as a whole, hasn’t decided whether human rights protections should extend to the comedy club setting, then should we expect the tribunal to be able to provide a satisfactory answer? Does the fact that Pardy was allegedly heckling Earle justify his reaction? Surely not. If patrons at comedy clubs should be prepared to be singled out, certainly comics must also expect to be heckled. In any event, I think that “She started it!” ceases to be a reliable defence once we emerge from primary school. Members of the legal profession know that hard
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that have built a good reputation in the Okanagan. On the other hand, I’ve worked and attended some low-attendance shows with bands/artists that I’ve never heard of before, who have never played in Kelowna, but who just left me blown out of the water by their music. This always gets me thinking about how new artists break into new scenes. Apart from someone physically giving you a CD and telling you too listen to ks your inan artist, what sparks terest in new music?? oMy new philosophy is that one has to take a chance on Friday, April 9 – The Spirits @ The Minstrel Café music. Since the Okanagan isn’t Friday, April 9 – Sunny Wilkinson @ Kel. Community Theatre a big enough Friday, April 9 – Justin Hale @ Cabana Bar and Grille market for larger touring acts, Saturday, April 10 – Peter Mayer @ OK Mission Hall we’re a great haSaturday, April 10 - Yukon Blonde w/ In-Flight Safety @ Habitat ven for independent bands and solo Saturday, April 10 – Windborn @ Bean Scene North artists looking for a gary gig in between Calgary and Vancouver. derground While these underground artists all have their own followings, how easy is it to create a national following when you don’t have financial backing from a big record label and big box stores won’t carry your album? Recently I’ve taken over the bookings at Habitat. So now I’m always asking myself, “Who would someone pay to go see?” I know that I would attend the show because I’ve listened
How hard is it to break into the Okanagan cultural scene? I’ve touched before in this column about local talent trying to make it in their own backyard. But how does it work for touring artists? I’ve lived in Kelowna for over a year and a half and I’ve worked at Habitat for the same amount of time, so I’ve seen many out-of-town artists come and go. It seems as if most of the shows that do well are return acts
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Bruce SPOON RIVER: KINGDOM Mitchell OF THE BURNED (NORTHERN ELECTRIC) This isnâ€™t the sort of thing you expect from self-described â€˜nerdâ€™ rockers and it didnâ€™t help that Page got busted as the band was about to go on tour in support of their first childrenâ€™s album. However, the rest of the band has continued on without missing a beat. This 11th studio album is loaded with 14 sturdy songs and I was surprised to hear the band maybe mining a few ideas from â€™70s Paul McCartney & Wings with songs like Summertime (think Band On The Run era), Every Subway Car and On The Lookout. The band has scored yet another hit but with a ballad and the opening song, You Run Away, which may or may not be a song of encouragement to Page (along with Golden Boy) depending on your interpretations. In spite of the reduced line-up Barenaked Ladies fans will enjoy All In Good Time. B
Spoon River are playing a gig tonight (April 7) at The Minstrel Cafe in support of their new album Kingdom Of The Burned that is getting great reviews from many different sources. The band offers roots max Americana where obvious starting points include Neil Young and Big Pink-era The Band. The latter can be heard all over this solid album while the Young influence can be heard on the Southern Man-like Emmanuel. My fave track on this standout album is Buried In The Sun that sounds like early REM if they had borrowed a little DNA from George Harrisonâ€™s My Sweet Lord. Meanwhile, the ragged and rustic The Colour Of His Skin sounds like early Grateful Dead when they tended a tad more to rock and roll. For trivia fans, Spoon River were also lucky enough to score a super cool spot in the Bob Dylan bio-pic Iâ€™m Not There, playing as The Band.
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It isnâ€™t often that the very top of the album sales charts in Canada differ all that much from those in Billboard in the USA. One huge exception is this new release from R&B singer Monica who saw this first new album in four years hit No. 2 in the Stateside charts while the album barely scraped into the top 200 in Canada. Monica has enjoyed a lot of successes over the years especially with her killer hit duet with Brandy back in 1998, and The Boy Is Mine, along with other notable hits like Before You Walk Out Of My Life and For You I Will from a decade or so ago. Monica now has the No. 1 R&B hit in the USA with her lead-off single Everything To Me which has put her back in the neo-soul firmament. The rest of this disc ainâ€™t half bad either with See Mitchell B6
Chandra Estate Winery is owned and operated by Dave and Parvinder Dhillon and family, alongside friend, mentor and partner Karnail Singh Sidhu who owns Kalala Organic Winery in West Kelowna. Not hard to see the connection between the philosophies of these two organic wineriesâ€” both offer unique messages of peace that also represent the foundation of their strong family cultures. Chandra is self-de-
scribed as a unique fusion of culture and wine, and most importantly as an environmental stewardâ€” they, like Kalala, are 100 per cent organic. They, also like Kalala, have priced their wines affordably. All are under $20â€”this being a sight for sore eyes to many wine lovers who enjoy not only local, but organic wine. Chandra translates from Sanskrit to Moon God. Ancient myth says that the moon stores â€œSomaâ€?â€”an ancient drink and lunar deity that is consumed by the gods and is said to be the elixir of immortality. Chandra, through organic earthfriendly methods, uses the natural concept of the moonâ€™s effect on plant growth and so then produces its own Soma through their wines. Formerly known as Ecovitis Vineyards, Daveâ€™s daughter Summer, who is a big part of this family-run operation,
came up with the new name. All of the names of the wines are also poetically chosen solar-themed names. Adding that touch of mystique to the winery, the beautiful, brightly coloured labels also easily attract the eye. Opened officially last May, Chandra will be producing five wines for sale this year. Keeping their wines more exclusive, they will be producing a low volume that will primarily be available only for sale at the winery. Their vineyards, due to their high quality and organic practices, have been
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Oliver’s ‘Golden Mile’ Schell from B5 with a hint of smoke and leather—very intriguing! 2006 “Halo” Merlot $19.95 The Halo is Chandra’s best selling wine. Very drinkable, smooth with lots of red fruit and hits of cracked pepper—a great value at under $20! Chandra also suggests some great food pairings for their wines: • “O” 2007 Pinot Gris pairs nicely with smoked salmon, seafood, poultry, and soft cheeses. • “Yue” 2006 Chardonnay serves well with poultry, seafood, sushi, and light
desserts. • “Iah” 2004 Pinot Blanc serves well with poultry and light desserts. • “Halo” 2006 Merlot pairs well with red meats, particularly lamb and wild game, robust cheeses, pasta and curried dishes. • “Solar” 2007 Red Fusion is served best with red meats and rich sauces. • “Isis” 2006 Blaufrankisch is versatile enough to be enjoyed with many foods; refreshes the palate; light bodied, dry finish. • “Luna” 2007 Pinot Noir Rosé can be served with any menu.
Look forward to a 2010 Malbec and Sauvignon Blanc that will be added to their repertoire this year. Future plans also include expansion of the winery with a restaurant and accommodation. Located on Oliver’s glorious Golden Mile, experience the magic of Chandra on your next wine voyage. Besides buying direct from their winery, the website lists other locations where it is available: www.chandrawinery.com. Jennifer Schell is editor of B.C. Wine Trails Magazine. firstname.lastname@example.org
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Many spring delights in Kelowna Jan Johnson CONTRIBUTOR
Congratulations are in order this month for MacDermott’s at 565 Bernard Ave, celebrating five years as a flagship store downtown. Wayne and Jay MacDermott moved to Kelowna in 1994 with the dream of opening their own men’s clothing store. Their dream became a reality in April 1995 and it has been a great addition to the downtown shopping scene. Inside this swanky, upbeat shop, men can find anything they need to complete their wardrobe. They carry some of the top men’s designer names like Hugo Boss, Robert Graham and even Versace. “Passion, quality and unbelievable service” are the reasons The MacDermotts give for their ongoing success. Five years ago, MacDermott’s underwent a major renovation to add more than 2,000 square feet of space to the store. They now carry a full range of shoes and boots from Hugo Boss, Kenneth Cole, Cole-Haan and more. During the renos, they also added a Tommy Bahama Shop-in-Shop which carries both men’s and ladies’ fashions with that casual yet elegant feel—the only store of its
kind in North America. Why not stop by and congratulate Wayne and Jay if you get a chance? There have been some exciting changes to downtown’s thriving dining scene in the past few months.
INSIDE THIS SWANKY, UPBEAT SHOP, MEN CAN FIND ANYTHING THEY NEED TO COMPLETE THEIR WARDROBE.
••• The excellent Indian Fusion restaurant Da Tandoor made a big move a few months back. They’re now located at 1687 Pandosy St., in a larger spot with a new attached Sports Lounge. The new restaurant is bigger with a very upscale look, and the same wonderful Indian fusion cuisine, as well as some western dishes. Owner Gurvinder Momi tells me that they still feature their mouthwatering buffet for weekday or weekend lunches, or for Tuesday night dinner. The new Sports Lounge has a casual and comfortable feel, featur-
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••• Among the many entertainment options coming up downtown in April, here are two that you may not have heard about yet but probably won’t want to miss. From April 13 to 17, Theatre Rusticle brings April 14, 1912 to the Rotary Centre for the Arts. This poetic tale honouring the 98th anniversary of the Titanic’s sinking was a huge hit at the San Francisco Fringe Festival—and now Kelowna is lucky enough to share in the experience. Call the RCA at 250-717-5304 for more info.
••• Outstanding young Canadian author, humanitarian and activist Marc Kielburger will be speaking at the Kelowna Community Theatre on Thursday, April 22, 7 p.m. Along with his brother Craig, Kielburger is the co-founder of the Me to We Foundation and Free the Child (an international development and youth empowerment organization). He’s a truly amazing young Canadian who is busy making the world a better place. Can’t wait to hear what he has to say. ••• Well, have a lovely time exploring your city this month. Don’t forget that the sidewalk cafes will be popping up like spring flowers all over downtown as the weather warms up this month. Here’s hoping you have some time to enjoy them, as well as the many other delights downtown.
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MADOCHE, WILHELMINA (WILLY) On April 3, 2010. A celebration of her life will be held at 1:00 p.m. on Saturday, April 10, 2010 at Everden Rust Funeral Services, 1910 Windsor Rd, Kelowna, (250) 860-6440. To send a condolence or to view the full obituary, please visit everdenrust.com
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Beloved father to Grace Marta Bellefeuille, passed away suddenly on March 14, 2010. Predeceased by his dear brother Stanley Pucher and survived by his nieces Ann, Barbara, Lynn and Deborah. “Forever in our hearts; rest in peace, Dad.” Services will be held at Willow Terrace, 489 Hwy 33 West, Kelowna, BC on Thursday, April 8, 2010 at 12:00 noon.
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It is with sadness that we announce the passing of Rose Ethel Mockler, born June 28, 1923 near Spy Hill, Saskatchewan, died on April 4, 2010,in Kelowna. Rose will be lovingly remembered and forever missed by her son Nelson and his wife Terrry-Lynne . Rose was a member of the Royal Canadian Air Force from September 9, 1942 to May 23, 1946 stationed at Ottawa. She enjoyed gardening and her little dog. No Service by request. In lieu of ﬂowers donations to the Heart & Stroke Foundation, #4-1551 Sutherland Avenue, Kelowna, BC would be appreciated. Arrangements in care of VALLEYVIEW FUNERAL HOME 765-3147. Honored provider of Dignity Memorial
William James (Bobby) SHAW Passed away on April 4, 2010 at the age of 90. Predeceased by his loving wife Hope in 1987 and survived by three children, Douglas of Edinburgh, Scotland, Donald, wife Jane of Terra Cotta, Ontario and Eileen, husband Jim of Kelowna BC, grandchildren, Jamie, Ben, Bobbi, Heather (Canada), Graeme, Stevie (Scotland) and their families and 4 great-grand children. Also survived by his sister Kathleen of Saskatoon and her family and brother Bill of Edinburgh. Will be lovingly missed not only by his immediate family, but also by nephews and nieces and many friends in both Scotland and Canada. Bobby emigrated to Kelowna, BC, Canada in 1993 to be close to the majority of his children and grandchildren. His working life in Scotland was spent as a director, then chairman, of a long-established family Scotch Whisky company. His business associations with Canada led to the building of a number of strong personal friendships throughout the country. He spent many hours on golf courses in Scotland as well as ﬁshing Scottish rivers and always enjoyed his gardens wherever he lived, particularly in Kelowna where he nurtured and savoured his home grown fruit. Wherever he was his sense of humour was appreciated by everyone who knew him. In recent years, his love of ﬁshing extended to organizing regular ﬁshing adventures for many of his family on Canada’s west coast. These trips will remain as very happy memories for all who took part in them. Many family and friends were also lucky enough to attend his weekly ‘Sunday lunch’ tradition which showed his strong commitment to keeping his family close to him and one another. A Memorial Service will be held at St. David’s Presbyterian Church, 271 Glenmore Road, Kelowna on Saturday, April 10th at .2:00 pm. In lieu of ﬂowers donations may be made to either the Canadian Cancer Society or the Canadian Wildlife Fund. Condolences may be sent to the family by visiting www.springﬁeldfuneralhome.com, 250-860-7077.
HART, ERNEST DAVID “ERNIE”
passed away on Friday, April 2, 2010 at the age of 87. He is survived by his loving wife Irene; much loved father of Brad (Joanne) and Sherry (Steve) both of Toronto, ON; loving grandfather of Emily, Peter, Kira and Riley. Also survived by one brother Colin (Burl) of Sardis, BC. Loving uncle of numerous nieces and nephews. A Memorial Service will be held on Saturday, April 24th at 1:00 pm at Springﬁeld Funeral Home, 2020 Springﬁeld Road, Kelowna, BC. In lieu of ﬂowers, donations may be made to the Canadian Celiac Association, 5170 Dixie Road, Suite 204, Mississauga, ON, L4W 1E3. Condolences may be sent to the family by visiting www.springﬁeldfuneralhome.com, 250-860-7077.
ROZNIAK, WALTER FRANK
Passed away peacefully on Sunday, April 4, 2010 at the age of 73. Survived by his loving partner Yvonne Horrey, daughters: Eve (Harry) Wollin of Calgary, Anna (Victor) Campbell of Kelowna, Loretta (Frank) Bonkowski of Germany; son: George (Lianne) Rozniak of Kelowna; Grandchildren: Kristopher, Hardy, Carly, Alyssa, Andrea, Nicolas, Jubilee, Lucas, Kasey; great grandchildren: Keagan, Kate, Genevieve, Tess; brother, Kasimir (Hedwig) Riemer of Germany and nephews. Predeceased by his son Richard in 1965 and the mother of his children Helen Rozniak in 2008. Walter moved to Canada from Poland in 1962, moving to Winnipeg then to Kelowna in 1968. He enjoyed gardening and was active in the drywall industry. He was involved as a volunteer in the Gellatly Nut Farm Society. Friends may call for a time of visitation Thursday, April 8, 2010 from 7:00 – 8:00 pm at Springﬁeld Funeral Home,2020 Springﬁeld Road, Kelowna, BC. A Graveside Service will be held at a later date and will be announced. In lieu of ﬂowers, donations may be made to BC Heart & Stroke Foundation, #4 – 1551 Sutherland Ave., Kelowna, BC V1Y 9M9 or a charity of ones choice. Condolences may be sent to the family by visiting www.springﬁeldfuneralhome.com, 250-860-7077.
PEARCE, DOUGLAS ROLAND Lt. Col., DFM, CD, QC RCAF (Retired)
Passed away on April 5, 2010 after a short illness. Douglas was born January 14, 1920 in Edmonton, AB to Harry and Emma Pearce. Doug was baptized into the Lutheran faith in Edmonton and conﬁrmed on May 13, 1934 at St. Peters Lutheran Church, Edmonton. He spent his youth in Edmonton prior to WWII and proceeded overseas with the Royal Canadian Air Force in 1941. He ﬂew with 435 Squadron (RCAF), 78 and 617 Squadrons (RAF) Bomber Command during WWII. Returning from Europe in 1944 he married Frances McNeill in Edmonton in 1947 and remained in the Air Force as a career ofﬁcer. Doug served in many parts of Canada and overseas on ﬂying and staff duties during the next thirty years, until his retirement from the military in 1971 with the rank of Lieutenant Colonel. Upon retirement he accepted a position with the Finance Ofﬁce of the University of Waterloo in Waterloo, ON where he remained until 1981 when he and Fran moved to the Okanagan, initially to Carrs Landing and ﬁnally to Kelowna in 1990. Doug was an active member at First Lutheran serving as Church Treasurer for ﬁve years in the mid-eighties, as an Elder for a number of years, and on various church boards and committees. Always interested in community affairs, he and his wife Fran were involved with setting up the Fire Department and building a ﬁre hall at Carrs Landing. He served 12 years as Treasurer of Lutheran Camp Concordia Society and again with wife Fran was quite involved in establishing the Okanagan Camp and Retreat Centre in Westbank. Doug was predeceased by his parents Harry and Emma Pearce, by two older brothers Harry (Kay) and Rev. Dr. E. George Pearce (Ida), and a younger sister Gertrude (Gordon) Vikse. He is survived by a sister Edna (Harry) Paterson and brother Lloyd (Doreen) Pearce all of Edmonton, AB. Doug and Fran were blessed with three wonderful children: Douglas (Ruth) Pearce of Lake Country, BC, Judith (James) Freer of Sherwood Park, AB and Kimberly (Harold) Schroeter of Simcoe, ON. He also leaves seven loving grandchildren: Natasha (Michael) Bell of Didsbury, AB, Christopher (Colette) Pearce of Edson, AB, Patrick Freer of Vancouver, BC, Gregory and Kelly Freer of Sherwood Park, AB, Erik Schroeter of Simcoe, ON, Courtney (Shawn) Morin of Guelph, ON respectively and four great grandchildren: Kailyn and Mitchell Bell, Joshua Pearce and Jamie Morin. A Memorial Service will be held on Thursday, April 8th at 6:30 pm at First Lutheran Church, 4091 Lakeshore Road, Kelowna, BC with Pastor Keith Reisdorf ofﬁciating. Memorial gifts may be made to the Rev. Dr. E. George Pearce Memorial Endowment Fund, Concordia Lutheran Seminary, 740 Ada Boulevard, Edmonton, AB or to a charity of choice. By way of explanation, the endowment fund exists to provide ﬁnancial assistance to our student pastors in training at the seminary. Condolences may be sent to the family by visiting www.springﬁeldfuneralhome.com, 250-860-7077.
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Trees, shrubs and hedges etc. Stephen, 250-763-5462
SALES & SERVICE DIRECTORY RENOVATIONS
The Okanagan’s Renovation Specialists Residential and Commercial, Additions, Garages, Basements, Windows, Doors, Decks, Fencing, Carpentry, Drywalling, Painting Top Quality Worksmanship & Service
Rob 250-878-8049 Off. 250-764-5449
• Bath Remodels • Decks • Drywall
A & S Electric
KOSKI PLUMBING, HEATING & GAS FITTING
Southern BC Heating & Air Conditioning
Small Household & Yard Repairs. A man that helps seniors get little jobs done. From lighting fixture upgrades, cleaning eaves troughs to re-keying locks and desktop computer upgrades & virus scans.
ESTIMATES ARE ALWAYS FREE!
RYDER ROOFING LTD. Free estimates, senior discounts, member of B.B.B. Fully insured, WCB coverage. All types of shingle rooﬁng & torch on rooﬁng systems. ‘From a hole in your roof to a whole new roof.’
Home Repairs & Service
Decks • Stairs • Fences • Yard Waste Removal • Pressure Washing MARTY CAZES
Ins’d, WCB, licensed. Masonry, reno’s, additions, decks, leaks & damage. Quality work. Dependable service. Call Bud 250-863-1477 Put the HEX on your problems!
A Division of Bayside Developments Ltd.
SERVICE YOU CAN TRUST
Qualified, Reliable. • Bonded •Installations • Repairs • Renovations • H. Water Tank • Washer, Dryer • Dishwasher Over 30 yrs. Experience
Licensed, Bonded & Insured
Independently Owned and Locally Operated
HEATING SOMMERFELD HEATING & AIR CONDITIONING
• New & Existing Heating Systems • Heat pumps, A/C • Gas ﬁtting • Licensed & Insured. • Replacement Furnace.
Call Troy, 250-718-0209
Call Wayne (250) 215-6767
LAWN & GARDEN
Joe’s Moving Service
We Guarantee to keep Scheduled Appointments.
•Renovations •New construction •Plumbing Service & Repairs •H/W tank replacement • Furnace Service & Installs • Gas f/p Service and Installs Bonded & Insured
Residential & Commercial Wiring, New Construction, Renovations & Service Changes. Complete telephone & data cabling services, Prompt quality service. Licensed & Bonded Call Steve 250-864-2099
HEATING & A/C • Heat Pumps Over 30 Years • Fireplaces Experience • Furnaces Serving the • Repair Okanagan Valley • Install • Sales 250-681-3869
•Electrical • Tile Work • To-Do Lists • Much More
Kelowna • 250-717-5500 kelowna.handymanconnection.com
Lic. & Insured - Ref’s available (WCB Coverage)
DRYWALL SERVICES & REPAIRS New work & renovation work. Over 30 yrs. experience. Framing, boarding, taping, texture t-bar ceilings & insulation. Call Ken 250-212-9588
• Kitchen Remodels • Painting • Plumbing
• • • •
“The Professionals” Local/long distance Storage Available No job too small Free Estimates Call Joe Anytime 250-470-8194
Don’t call anyone about yard care until you speak to Ryan @ VANTAGE POINT. Book your power raking NOW - GET 40% off aeration.
DUMP TRUCK BOBCAT SERVICE HOME RENOVATIONS Providing Energy Efficient Solutions and Upgrades for Your Home
Neighborhood Trucking & Delivery Top Soil • Ogo Gro • Gravel • Sand • Bark Mulch We Remove: yard refuse, small trees, junk
BAYSIDE PLUMBING & Gas Fitting
Call Walter 250-766-5580 Cell 250-317-2279
WELDING & FABRICATION METAL FABRICATION LTD. Fences • Gates • Railings • Security Bars • Cargo Racks • Rollcages • Boat Railings & more. Tube Bending Specialists www.getbentmetalfab.ca
ellermade W Additions, Renovations Sun-decks, Bsmt. suites, etc. Call Dave @ 250-768-2202 or 250-878-6967
NO JOB TOO BIG OR SMALL
862-9333 PAINTING KELOWNA A BETTER PLACE SINCE 1982
ALL WEST DEMOLITION LTD.
All types of demolition. Locally owned & operated. FREE ESTIMATES
ELECTRICAL & RENO’S DRYWALL/PAINTING Chipster’s
Electrical & Renovations Allan Hoce, General Contractor
Drywall, Taping, Painting, Texture Ceiling. We Do Houses, Basement & Commercial
PAINT & REPAIR BLAIS PAINTING
SPRING SPECIAL: Call for details
Construction & Renovations. Over 30 yrs. experience. Interior & exterior paint & ﬁnishing.
Residential/Commercial/Industrial. Small jobs, new construction & renovations, panel changes, quality workmanship. Contractor #91625.
CONSTRUCTION & RENO’S
Pugrock Inc. now offering granite to customers in Kelowna. 2-3 week delivery. 21 colours.
D. FRANCIS ELECTRIC LTD
CALL NOW FOR FREE ESTIMATE 250.801.5335
Excavator & Bobcat Service, Sewer Hookups, Underground Utilities, Footing, Backfilling, Basements, Driveways, Landscaping, Retaining Walls, Rubber Track Excavator w/ blade. Estimates, Fully Insured. Kory 250-451-9095 Cell: 250-869-9125 Serving Kelowna, Westside, Lk Country
Vernon: 250-558-0076 Toll Free: 877-567-2799
“ONE ROOM, OR YOUR WHOLE CASTLE”
We accept “When The Big Guys Are Too Big We Deliver”
Affordable mobile computer repairs. Free diagnostic consultation.
Trees • Shrubs • Hedges • Clean-Ups Call Stephen
Residential, Commercial, Interior, Exterior Painting& Custom Ceilings. Insured.
Advertise your services here! Call 250-763-7114
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Lawn & Garden M&S LAWN & GARDEN Power Raking, Mowing, Pruning, Yard Clean-up, General Maintenance, Irrigation, Complete Landscaping, Retainer Walls, Water Features. Free Estimates Jim 250-861-3693
SPRING is here! Time to get your garden tilled. Call Glen at 250-765-1446, 250-470-2527 TAM’S Gardening. Spring clean-ups/Maint. Planting, weeding, pruning. 250-575-3750 WAYKAT Landscape & Maintenance Co. Early startup savings. Pre book now and save on all your landscaping & maintenance. Yard clean ups, aerating, power rake, irrigation and pond start ups, complete landscape installation and renovations, reg mowing & full yard service. Over 18yrs of friendly professional service. 250-762-5005 YARDWORKS. Book you aerating and de-thatching needs now. Father & Son team entering their 13th yr. of business. Kelowna only. 250-764-5172
Gutters & Downspouts KELOWNA GUTTER Cleaning and repairs. ﬁx leaks, re slope gutters, add downpipes etc, also fascia/sofﬁt Call Richard 250-718-6718
Handypersons TERRY’S Handyman Service. Free Estimates. Int/ext painting, carpentry, baseboards, loads to the dump. No job too small. 250-575-4258, 250-4506939
Heat, Air, Refrig. SOMMERFELD Heating A/C, Install & Repair Heat Pumps, F/P, Gas Fitting Lic. 215-6767
Small ads, BIG deals! Home Improvements ADDITIONS, ﬁnished bsmts, kitchen & bth reno’’s, tile, hrwd & laminate ﬂooring. Drywall, painting. Ext/int ﬁnishing. Call 250-870-3187 FACTORY Direct Window Replacements, Free Estimates. Starline Windows 765-6334 GERMAN’S HOME Maintenance & Improvements - Serving The Central & South Okanagan - Water Filtration & Puriﬁcation Systems - Sales Installations - Service - General Plumbing, Electrical, Painting, Finishing Carpentry & Decor Installs, Steam Pressure Washing, Caulking & Silicone Sealing. Licensed & Insured. See ad in Castanet under General Services for details. Call Frank 7 days a week for best prices in the Okanagan Valley. Ofﬁce: (250)764-5419 Cell: (250) 870-8275 INTERIOR Finishing & Reno’’s. No Job too small, Install & Repairs. Drywall, Plumbing, Doors/Win, Baseboards, Cab., Kitchens, Bthrms. 859-2787 KMS Home Energy Upgrades, Providing Energy Efﬁcient Solutions & Upgrades for Your Home, Windows, Doors, Ductless Heating/AC, Hardi Plank, and more. 1-877-567-2799 or www.KMSupgrades.ca RESTYLING your living space? Freedom contracting makes your vision into reality. Remodelling - Interiors/Exteriors. Laminate ﬂooring, painting, patios, pergolas etc. Call Doug, 250-575-7006 for estimates. ROSTKA ENT. Ltd. Complete int/ext. reno’s. Carpentry, drywall, painting, bsmt, decks & more. Lic’d & Insured. BBB Accred. Call: Rob 878-8049. ofﬁce 764-5449. STONE Veneer $18.95/sf, installed, choice of 200 samples. Call Brett @ 250-469-1928 WELLERMADE. Additions, Reno’s, Sun-decks, Bsmt. stes., etc.768-2202 878-6967 Wood Flooring, Log Siding, Log Cabins, Decking, Fencing & T&G U Joint. www.rouckbros.com Rouck Bros. Lumby, BC 1-800-960-3388
Home Repairs HEXAGON Home Repairs & Services. Lic’d., Ins’d., WCB dependable call Bud 863-1477 LARRY’S Handyman & Reno Serv., Lg. & Sm. jobs, Grafﬁtti Removal etc., 250-718-8879
Machining & Metal Work
#1 Quality & Low Prices. U/G Irrigation, Design, Supply, Install. Book Now. John’s Quality Irrigation 250-215-0693
GET BENT Metal Fab, fences, gates, railings, security bars, boat railings. 863-4418
Kitchen Cabinets BATHROOM RENO’S. Plumbing Repairs. Bathrooms By Gemini 862-6991, 764-0189 MARYANNE’S Kitchen Design. 25% off. See ad in Service Directory. 250-317-7523 QUALITY GRANITE, Let the Beauty of Nature Inspire Your Home, Update Your Kitchen with Quality Granite Countertops @ Affordable Prices. Free In-home Estimate Serv. 250878-7040 Call Joe.
Landscaping #1 STOP FOR ROCKS. www.bcrocks.com. Please call 250-862-0862 ASPEN LANDSCAPING. Spring clean up, aerating, pruning, etc. 250-317-7773. BARK Mulch, good quality top soil & landscape supplies, Sunoaka Valley Transport Ltd. 2696 Kyle Rd. Open Mon. Sat. 8-5pm, 250-769-9094 We Deliver. C & C LANDSCAPING. Rock walls, irrig, bobcat, design etc. Call 250-212-2692 DIGGINOLES N SHIFTINSTUFF. Pickup & delivery service. Rubbish & recycling removed. Landscape, building supplies & Hay delivered, small equipment transferred. 1ton pickup, 14ft Dump trailer & 20ft Flat bed trailer. Yes we work weekends!! For quality work at reasonable rates, phone Ian 250-864-2339 EDGING Emerald Cedars Okanagan Grown SPECIAL!
6 ft-10 for $280 5 ft-10 for $189 4ft-10 for $150 2 Gal.-10 for $135 1 Gal.-20 for $95 3 ft-Blue Spruce-10 for $250 Volume Discounts Free Delivery
Budget Nurseries Toll free 1-866-498-2189 ENSIGN BROS. Call us for a quote on all your excavating & landscaping needs. Mon-Sat. 250-769-7298 HEDGEKEEPERS - Trimming, shaping, pruning - professional competitive service for all your trees & shrubs. Yard clean-up & refreshing or new installations call for consultation or free estimate 250-769-6041 Landscape Installs. Yard maint, spr. clean-up, pruning, weekly cuttings, sprinkler repair. For best service, 250-863-9393, 250-681-3200. QUALITY landscape maintenance, comm/res, yard maint. Spring clean-ups, hedge & shrub pruning, aerating, power raking, small tree removal, weekly mowing, sprinkler repair. Free est. 250-212-1024 Retaining Walls, interlock pavers, irrigation, landscaping. Stonevalley Landscaping. 317-5644 10yrs Kelowna. RYMAR SYNTHETIC GRASS, no watering, no mowing, pet friendly, for lawns, playgrounds & putting greens. Ask about our FREE INSTALLATION special. Free estimates 250-859-3072 in Kelowna, www.rymargrass.ca SPECIAL Touch Landscaping Yrd. Maint. Spring clean-up, Pruning, Lawn cutting, Fert.& Sprinkler repair. 250-212-4972 TREMBLAY’S EXCAVATING retaining walls, full landscaping. Exc/Bobcat.250-979-8033 UNIQUE Landscape Supply See us at 2810 Benvoulin Rd. or call 801-YARD (9273) Waterwise landscape classes, with Gwen Steele, Okanagan Xeriscape Association: Apr. 8 & 15; Apr. 12 & 19; or Apr. 22 & 29, at the H2O Centre, $45 a set. Create a colourful, drought-tolerant, healthy garden. Register on the OXA website: www.okanaganxeriscape.org WAYKAT Landscape & Maintenance Co. Early startup savings. Pre book now and save on all your landscaping & maintenance. Yard clean ups, aerating, power rake, irrigation and pond start ups, complete landscape installation and renovations, reg mowing & full yard service. Over 18yrs of friendly professional service. 250-762-5005
Masonry & Brickwork
Misc Services ALL KINDS OF FENCES, 6x8 Cedar panels starting @ $65. Gates & custom orders, stainning,250-491-4622www.akf.ca
Moving & Storage
AAA Best Rates Moving $59+. “Why Pay More” Short/Long Distance. Free Est. Res/Comm, 861-3400 DAN-MEL MOVING. 16’’ One ton 7x12 Trailer. Local/Long Haul. Bonded/Insured. Dan 215-0147/250-766-1282. FAMILY Movers. Moving? Anything, anywhere. Local and long distance throughout 2009. Packing service available, weekly trips to Vancouver, Alberta, full and partial loads. Cheapest rates in the valley. Free Estimates, 250493-2687 NORTH END Moving Services Local/Long Distance welcome, Vancouver Special? Free Estimates 250-470-9498
Painting & Decorating 100% AFFORDABLE Painting Exp, quality. Int Paint/ceilings. Winter Specials. Terry 8639830 or 768-1098 1ST. In customer service, Cando Painting, prof. reliable crew, 15yrs. in business, Int/Ext. Eddie 250-863-3449
100% Guaranteed Prestige Painting, European Craftsmanship, Fine Detail work, Ext/Int. Guaranteed Results. 250-864-1041. BLAIS Painting Int./ext. painting, Res./Comm, Repaint Specialist. Insured! 250-801-1439 BRIT-CAN Painting Services. 20yrs exp. Senior discount. Free estimates. 250-863-1389 CLEAN Professional Painters. Cadillac Painters at Ford prices. 30yrs exp. Seniors discount. Call Derek at P&D Painting. 250-769-0228 COLOR Brite Pro Painting. Int/ Ext, Com/Res, 30yrs exp. Qual. Aff. price. 778-478-3660 DALE’S PAINTING Service. Painting Kelowna a better place since 1982, 862-9333 GREG’S Painting, Comm/ Res., Int/Ext. Free est. Seniors Dis., European Experience, 100% Guaranteed. 212-9961 LOVE’S PAINTING. Spring Special. Call for details. 250215-1327
‘#1 - BBB Kelowna Junk Removal Ltd. (1998) Scrap metal, wood, appls, etc. House, yard, building site, rental properties, renovations, etc. WCB Coverage. Lrg 3/2/1 & 1/2ton trucks 718-0992 or 861-7066 kelownajunkremoval.com
LARRY’S LITTLE DUMPER We haul little loads of anything, landscaping materials, & Junk to the dump Call 250-718-1114 ��� THAT GUY & His Work Truck LTD. Junk Removal & Bin Rentals 10,15 & 20 yard Bins. We haul EVERYTHING
Home or Jobsite, Renovations Cheapest rates in the Valley www.thatguysworktruck.com 250-575-5383 DIGGINOLES N SHIFTINSTUFF. Pickup & delivery service. Rubbish & recycling removed. Landscape, building supplies & Hay delivered, small equipment transferred. 1ton pickup, 14ft Dump trailer & 20ft Flat bed trailer. Yes we work weekends!! For quality work at reasonable rates, phone Ian 250-864-2339 HAPPY Harley Hauling. Appl. pick-up, Dump runs, Construction clean-up 778-821-1317 MINIBINS.COM - DUMPSTER RENTAL Disposal bins of all sizes 5yards to 20yards. 250862-8310 www.minibins.com SAND, Gravel, Top Soil, Manure, Bark Mulch, Loads to the Dump, Sm. Loads 1-2yrds., Landscaping Clean-ups, 250448-0310 or 250-801-0211
Sand/Gravel/Topsoil NEIGHBORHOOD Trucking & Delivery. Sand, Gravel, Soil, Ogo Grow Call 250-870-1138
Stucco/Siding ABSOLUTELY the best quality for all your stucco needs. Superior Stucco Ltd is your call. For free est call Fred, 250-212-4005 DESIGN Stucco & Stone. New homes, reno’s & repairs. No job too small. Clean, quality work. Zoltan 250-864-9798. J.P. Stucco. Int/Ext. Acrylic, Plaster, Venetian Stucco, Cultered stone Call Joe 859-7026
Sundecks KELOWNA DECK & RAIL. Vinyl, Mod. Flooring, Alum., GlassTopless/Picket878-2483.
TILE-HARDWOOD - Highly skilled craftsmanship committed to provide the most reliable and satisfying work at reasonable and competitive rates call Joe 250-859-7907 TILE Setter. Artistic Ceramics. Custom tile setting. Call 250870-1009
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XCEL PLUMBING, Irrigation, Gas Fitting and drain cleaning. Comm/res and reno’’s. Service & hot water tanks. 575-3839 DREGER Mechanical 20yrs exp. Plumbing, Gasﬁtting, Repairs, Reno’s. 24hr. 575-5878. KOSKI Plumbing-Heating Gas Fitting Reno’s Res. Bonded/Insured Troy @ 718-0209
Pressure Washing Okanagan Contracting. Hot/ Cold power washing. Free estimates. 250-878-6092 OKANAGAN Pressure Washing. Comm/Res. Fully ins’d. Dave, 250-491-1336
Rooﬁng & Skylights BERTRIM Contracting Co. New roofs, reroofs, roof conversion & repair & general home maint. Bonded & insured. 28yrs exp. Free est. Call 250-768-9675
Rubbish Removal BOB’S ONE TON. Clean-up, 25yrs satisﬁed customers. 765-2789, 861-0303 pgr
Furniture DININGROOM table w/6 chairs & hutch $300. Light brown bdrm suite w/new Queen mattress $400. Plastic Deck Table & 6chairs $50., Single bed, steel bunk bed, white $35., Single Bed mattress & frame excellent quality $150. Solid wood desk & chair (white) $35. 250-212-4888 NEW 3-pc Sectional Sofa w/ottoman, In orig. pkg. Worth $1499, Must Sell $899 250550-6647 can deliver
STONEWORK. natural & cultered. Quality work. 250-8081655 WILDSTONE MASONRY Stone Fireplaces and Exteriors -Call Greg for estimate. (250)826-6989. or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Water Services ON Demand Potable Water Hauling, 2200gal., swimming pool, wellsCall 250-300-4426
1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1All Exterior Hedge & Tree Service. 30% Discount on 1st Call. Excellent Ref’s. Specializing in Downsizing, trimming, bracing, pruning, sculpturing. Fully Insured. Free quotes. For guaranteed quality service call Dave 250-212-1716. ROB’S Tree Care Ltd. For all your tree care needs...Insured & Cert. WCB. 250-212-8656 STANS CHIPPING. Tree Removal & Chipping. Free Est. 808-2447. Licensed & Insured.
Trucking/ Bull Dozing TNT TRUCKING. No load too small. Junk removal, sand, gravel, etc. (250)862-0821 (250)765-2778.
“DIAMOND H TACK”: 14th ANNUAL CONSIGNENT GARAGE SALE! One Day Only! Sat. April 17 @ 9am Sharp. consign any of your Horse, Rider and Stable Products from March 22 to April 14/10. Pick up your consignment package at 1953 Kirschner Rd. Kelowna. Phone 250-7625631 FREE Board for horse in exchange for help with horses from Thurs-Sun in E. Kel. Shelter & beautiful pasture. Call 250-769-0599
Feed & Hay Hay for sale, grass alfalfa mix, Call 250-546-9879 *HAY SALES GUARANTEED Quality Grass, Alfalfa, Mixed square bales, round bales & Silage bales. Delivery avail. (250)804-6081,(250)833-6763. Mcleery Ranch Hay Sales, grass & alfalfa grass, squares $7, 1st & 3rd cut haylage for cows, sheep & goats. (250)546-0420, 250-309-1470
Pets Affordable MINPIN-YORKE pups, 8wks old, vet checked, 1st shots, dewormed, etc. Black & tan, $350. Phone 250545-3367, 250-550-4597 Chi hua hua, 1 male, $450, new litter March 20, orders accepted, (250)492-7775 Dacshund/chi hua hua cross, $550 male, $600 female, 8wks old, ﬁrst shots, dewormed, (778)476-4762 GREAT Dane puppies for sale. 1 male, 3 females left. Ready in 2wks. $800. Call 250-765-8764 MALTESEPOM: F/puppy, 12 wks, dewormed & shots, $499.obo 860-8948,469-4247 St. Bernard Puppies ready to go. CKC registered. Excellent disposition. $1000, shipping available. Call 250-832-7625. Whoodles, (Soft coated, wheaton Terrier Cross small standard poodle), non-shedding, non-allergenic, family raised, intelligent & easy to train. Ready to go April 6th to good homes. Vet checked, 1st shots, $1000 (250)838-5500
Building Supplies OVERHEAD garage doors, 2 matching wood 9W x 7H. Excl cond. $200ea. or $300/bth. Call 765-6064 & 469-1331
Farm Equipment New Holland, 1032 Bale wagon, good condition, (250)4957423
Free Items FREE: adjustable bed frame, call 250-862-9223 FREE Appliance pick-up, Rads - Batteries. Call Harley 778-821-1317 FREE! Cloth loveseat, decent quality, 1 small hidden tear. 250-764-6135. FREE: Fold away computer desk. Good condition. If you can take it away, it’s yours! 250-212-4888 FREE: HOT TUB, 6 Person, 250-764-8081 FREE vehicle removal for recycling only, cars, trucks, vans. No registration, no problem. Call Larry 250-540-0303. FREE well rotted horse manure. Dilworth area. Call 250762-4600 WE Will recycle for free BBQ’s, Rad’s, Alum. windows, Copper wire, Batteries. Save Ad. 250-717-0581
Fruit & Vegetables Varieties of Apples. End of season discount prices, watch for us at the Farmers Market this Saturday. Call Graziano Orchards. 3455 Rose Road. (250)860-2644.
Furniture 6PC Cherry sleigh bdrm set. Queen bed, dresser, mirror, chest, 2 night stands. New!! Still boxed. Worth $5000, Sell $1295 Can deliver. Call 250550-6647 DOUBLE glass door- cooler by True Manufacturing. 2 years old. Good condition. Asking $1000. 250-878-7131.
Heavy Duty Machinery 18mo. old upright 3cyl 220 Extreme duty Compressor, replacement cost $3700, asking $2600 obo. (250)549-1065
Jewels, Furs 1.2K Ladies solitaire S1 clarity diamond ring and matching band. Appraised at $13,250. 1yr old. Must sell. $6800 obo. 250-769-9091 KELOWNA Gold Brokers.com turns your unwanted gold and platinum jewelery, silver coins and silverware into cash. With 25 years buying experience in Kelowna we look forward to your call for a no obligation quote. Call Jeremy @ 250575-4363.
Classiﬁeds = Results! Medical Supplies ETON 2008 model Beamer 3 motor scooter, 49.9cc, 2cycle, direct oil injection engine. 2660km, large tires & windsheild. Maint manuel incl. $1200. 250-762-0654 POWER Chair, Jazzy Select 6 2yrs. old, Ex. cond. $900. 250717-3484
Misc. for Sale A FREE TELEPHONE SERVICE - Get your ﬁrst month free. Bad credit? Don’t sweat it. No deposits. No credit checks. Call Freedom Phone Lines today toll-free 1-866884-7464 BRAND new 5 stage reverse osmosis water ﬁltration system. Retail price: $795. Now: $250. Call 250-863-1544 DECORATIVE STONE PANELS “EasyROCK” The Beauty of stone without the mason: Easy Installation: Light Weight: R-4.5 Value: Built Green: A-1 Fire rating: 604-248-2062. www.jmcomprock.com DO YOU NEED LARGE AMOUNTS OF FREE FILL? no trucking charge 250-307-3839 Dacron Enterprises LTD. FRENCH Povincial sofa & chair. French Provincial coffee table, kit table & 4 chairs, antique chandeliers, patio table. All in very good cond., moving, priced to sell. 250-765-2177 **HOME PHONE RECONNECT** Call 1-866-287-1348. Prepaid long distance specials! Feature pkg special! Referral program! Don’t be without a home phone! Call to connect! 1-866-287-1348 NEW Norwood SAWMILLS LumberMate - Pro handles logs 34” diameter, mills boards 28” wide. Automated quick-cycle-sawing increases efﬁciency up to 40%. www.NorwoodSawmills.com/400OT - FREE Information: 1-800-566-6899 ext: 400OT OFFICE Desk- Cherry; colored, bow front work station with ﬁle pedestal, hutch, 30” wide ﬁle cabinet, and high back leather chair. Exc cond. Asking $550. 250-878-7131.
Misc. Wanted PURCHASING DOWNSIZES & ESTATES. Cash paid for useful items. Please call me BEFORE you throw anything out! SAVE THIS AD! OKestates.ca CALS 250-860-1958 X-ACTO knife blades, 100 blade pack, $10. 28 packs available. Purchase all for $250. Drop by the Captial News at 2495 Enterprise Way. 8-5 Mon-Fri.
Musical Instruments PIANOS Warehouse Sale @ Moir Pianos. STEINWAY, HEINTZMAN, YAMAHA and more !! Priced to Sell !! Call Richard @ 764-8800
Plants /Nursery PLANTS Indoor, outdoor, vines, trees, succulents, grasses & other perennials. Best selection now before garage sale. 250-470-9174
Sporting Goods CUSTOM Built Golf clubs, men, ladies, juniors. 50% off on in stock models 2010 cat. styles available details 250470-9174 HUNTING RIFLES for sale; Ruger M77 bolt action 7MM Rem. Mag.comes with 3x9x40 Nikon-Prostaff scope $700 OBO, Remington M700 bolt action 30-06 comes with 4x8x32 Weawer scope $400 OBO,Remington Pump shotgun 2 3/4 shels $200 OBO,Phone # 250 317-3435 MTN. Bike tires 26x1.95 $12.ea. H.D. tubes 26.x1.95 $6.50ea. New Excellent buy 250-470-9174 RUSSIAN SKS’s - Top choice, from $299. 1120 RDS Ammo, $195. Shotgun + ammo specials. Guns bought & sold, Glocks. Complete Gunsmiths Services. Bluing, Powdercoating. Weber & Markin Gunsmiths. 4-1691 Powick Rd. Kel. 250-762-7575
$100 & Under 6” Ice Auger, like new cond., $20. 250-763-4604 CHERRY tree, 1/2 price. Reg, $39.95, sell for $20. Call 250807-2299 DOUBLE Sink, stainless steel, 33x22x8h, new $650. 3yrs. old, ex. cond. $90. 764-1085 HIDE Away chesterﬁeld, like new cond., new upholstery, $100. 250-763-7098 TABLE lamp, $15. 250-7634604
$200 & Under COMPUTER System, WIN XP, Internet ready, excellent condition, $200. 869-2363 Kel DRESSER w/wide mirror, solid wood, 60x30, 6 drawers $180. 250-764-1085 MASSAGE Armchair, ex. cond. Vibrates for body & leg. $180. 250-764-1085 RECLINER Loveseat, very good cond., $150. 250-7624951. WHITE washer & dryer, clean & in good cond., $150. 250764-2445
$300 & Under 5-PC. Classical table 58x31x26h, with glass top, Beautiful $230. 250-764-1085 CENTRAL Vacuum w/attachments, $299. Will install. 250762-3468, 250-869-2947 COMPUTER LAPTOP, WIN XP, internet, excellent condition, $300. 250-869-2363 (Kel) PORTABLE Window vented Air Conditioner/Dehumidiﬁer, w/remote $300. ﬁrm 762-5431 QUALITY Teak Gentleman’s Highboy $300. (new $1200.) 250-762-4951 RUNNING Machine, programmable, 68x28x53h, new $1200. sell $330. 764-1085 SOLID maple china cabinet/ hutch/ glass doors, 5’Wx18”D. $250. 250-861-4350. TREADMILL, Ex. cond. Cadence model #860, heartrate mon., $295. 250-768-9424
$400 & Under 1950’s style diningrm table w/4chairs & buffet. $350 obo. Call 250-766-4532 4 Tires, summers w/aluminum rims ﬁt Honda Accord, 205R15, $400.all 862-2503 TOYOTA Box Utility Trailer, $350. 250-491-3048
$500 & Under 1 Set Washer & Dryer, serviced by Lic. Techs, $475. 250-868-1934 MOVING Must sell, Apt. sized piano, ex. cond., $500. obo. 250-769-0241
Garage Sales condo complex garage sale. April 10, 8:30am-2:30pm. Rain or shine. 1480 Terai Rd behind Cosco. Park on Terai Rd and walk in complex, thanks. See you then! GARAGE/Estate Sale Sat April 10, 9-1. 2495 Wildhorse Drive, Westbank. Furniture, tools and assrted hshld stuff.
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DOWNTOWN, Unitarian Fellowship, 1310 Bertram @ Cawston, Large Sale Loads of items, Fri Apr. 9th 2pm-7pm, Sat. Apr. 10th 8am-2pm, with plant sale on Sat. Garage Sale at 1037 Bentien Road (Toovey Heights) Saturday April 10th, 2010 9 am to 4pm. (No early birds please) Motorcycles and gear, upholstered chairs, collectable Coca-Cola trays, solid wood end tables, and kitchen items etc.
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1BD, 2nd. ﬂr., bright & spacious, 700sf., $850 incl util., NS. Westbank, 250-768-9083
CLEAN, Bright, 4Bd. home. New windows, new furnace & 5appls., $349,900. MLS. Charlene Bertrand Coldwell Banker Horizon Realty 250-870-1870
1BD. $800. or 2BD. 2ba +den $1200. Avail. now short term Ok. Appl. & w/d, unfurn., xlg. deck, view. DD, np, ns, Hwy. 33 Rutland, 250-491-3090 2BD. 2ba. Upgraded, 2-prkng, 6appl, ns, np, Baron Rd. $1200. incl. util., in-suite wd & strge, May 1st, 250-768-5414
NEW Spacious 3bd, 3.5bth 1/2 duplex w/bsmt. Offers all the beneﬁts of high end townhomes without the strata fees. $379,900. Call 250-764-8326
2BD Lakeview corner suite, Westbank. XL Wrap around sundeck, upgraded. $1490 incl utils. 250-859-1300
ATTN SENIORS: 1bd suites for lease in a secure quiet well maintained building. View of Mill Creek and beautiful backyard, close to bus, shopping, hospital & beaches. Call 250762-4160 NEW Condo, Shannon Lake area, 2bd, 2bth, 6appl, granite counters, hrdwd. Avail immed. Outdoor pool & hottub. $1250 incl utils. 250-765-6829 THUNDERBIRD/EVERGREEN APTS. 435/395 Franklyn Road, Kelowna. 1 and 2 bedroom suites, 3-appliances, AC, drapes, walk-in storage, underground secure parking, hot water included, Laundry facilities on site. Close to excellent shopping, major bus routes (excellent bus service to all campuses, Orchard Park Mall & downtown), theaters, medical facilities & restaurants. Rental incentives offered to qualiﬁed applicants. Call 250-7625932 for appointment to view.
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2BD lakeview in Winﬁeld, priv ent/deck, new reno/appl, lndry rm, AC, NS, NP. $850 incl utils/cbl/int. 250-547-6624 2 BDRM, $975 hydro, f/s, NO PETS, on Rutland Rd. South, Belgo Area, on bus route, Avail. now. 491-3345 or 869-9788 (Cell) 2BD. Senior’s apt. quiet cls. to DT, 3appl, heat, hotwater, drapes, ac, sec. prkng w/video survillience, onsite mgr., safe & secure, ns, np, $785. 8606548 2BD. WESTBANK top ﬂr, lakeview, vaulted ceilings, spacious, bright, upgraded, utils. incl’d., $1390. 250-859-1300 3BD, 2bth, Cosco area, $1550/mnth + hydro, ug prking avail, $30/stall. NP. Avail May 1. 250-869-9788 In Madison Kelownas’ New West and best upscale downtown.1bd+den.1130sq’+500sq’ terrace. $1300. 250-869-1850
HWY 97N for lease 1acre of Industrial compounded yard, 250-765-3295 - 250-860-5239
3BD. 2ba. main ﬂr., spacious & bright, w/dbl. grge, 5appl., ac, Glenmore, 152 Wydham Cres. $1400. Avail. May 1. 250-764-0419 & 250-575-4709
Stereo, golf clubs, shortwave radio and much more. Sat April 10/10, 8am-1pm. 598 Glenmeadows Rd. Kelowna
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Apt/Condos for Sale 1BD. 4th ﬂr. east facing, nice bldg., Rutland, cls. shops/bus etc. $137,900. 860-1447eves. 1 BDRM + den, a/c, w/d, close to all amenities. Rutland area- Barber Rd. Top ﬂoor, great view. $900/mo utils incl. 250-868-2601 or 1306-867-1893. 2BD. 2Ba. top ﬂr. 1265sf., Bernard Ave., new reno, best unit, quiet, no rentals, over 45, $350,000. 250-769-5928 Lux condo, level entry, 2bdr,2 bath, 2u/g stalls, f/p, granite tops,Geo thermo,Aberdeen Heights, 3211-Centennial,Vernon. Save Realty Fees. $314,000. 250-307-4840. THINKING OF SELLING? For a conﬁdential, no obligation, free market evaluation of your property call Mark Jontz, Royal Lepage 250-762-9446 or 250-860-1100 anytime.
For Sale By Owner 2000 sq.ft., 2 storey 1996 home, Enderby. 3bdrm + den,3 full bath, 2 decks w/view of Enderby Cliffs. Landscaped yard, fully fenced, rv parking. 2 car garage w/220. Central air/vac,gas heat/hotwater/stove/2 f/p.Large kitchen white Ceramic tile, new laminate/carpets. $359,900.250308-9882. 3245 MCIVER RD. Best Value. Immediate possession, 5 Bedroom, 3 bath home totally renovated inside. Includes an inground pool for family fun. Open House Sat. March 27 1 pm - 4 pm & Sun. March 28 11 am - 3 pm. Call 250-878-3529.
LOWER Mission, fantastic family home 4bed. 3bath, $579,900. 250-450-9094 THINKING OF SELLING? For a conﬁdential, no obligation, free market evaluation of your property call Mark Jontz, Royal Lepage 250-762-9446 or 250-860-1100 anytime.
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2BD. DT area, top ﬂr. crner, covr’d. prkng., Avail Apr 15, $950. Keith @ 250-862-7425 2bd fully furn’d top ﬂr, view, XL deck, UBCO Quail. 250-8591300 $1600
Acreage for Sale 13.9 tree’d acres. Mins from Arrow Lake. Offers over $99,000. 250-269-7492 FANTASTIC Opportunity to own nicely updated 4Bd. home with gorgeous valleyview on priv. 7acre property in Ellison. MLS. $775,000. Charlene Bertrand, Coldwell Banker Horizon Realty, 250-870-1870 READY to build on this 3 acres in Whitevale area, Lumby. Flat, few trees, drilled well. Gas/hydro to driveway. Price $245,000 GST. obo. 250-547-6932. SHUSWAP RIVER FRONT 11.3 acres w/shop $400,000. 1985 house on 22.5 acres $799,000. 15.9 acres $400,000. Water and services. 250-838-7660.
2BD. apartment, Spacious, close to Capri Mall, NS, NP, 1yr lease, avail March 1. $895 incl heat. 250-763-6600
OPEN HOUSE: Lake Country Apr 10/11 (1-4pm) Garage wired for 220! Mortgage Helper with a suite. $415K, 10059 Kelwin Rd. Lake Country. (250)766-9243, 250-212-3182 THINKING OF SELLING? For a conﬁdential, no obligation, free market evaluation of your property call Mark Jontz, Royal Lepage 250-762-9446 or 250-860-1100 anytime.
Commercial/ Industrial Shop for rent in Vernon 1250 sqft. Roll up door, gas heat Comes with or without paint booth. Lots of parking $900/mo util. 250-549-4500
Duplex / 4 Plex 1BD. Lg. fnc’d., yrd., insuite w/d, all appl., refs. req’d., $800+utils Avail. now765-0609
1/2 - 4 acre serviced, fenced industrial lots for lease. Light, heavy or industrial use including auto wrecker & storage. 7000sq’ serviced coverall shelter for storage or workspace or build to suit. Westbank Industrial Park. 250-769-7424 2400sq’ Ofﬁce/warehouse for lease. 690 McCurdy Rd. Kel. Av May 1. Rick, 250-770-0903
2BD. & 1BD. Duplex 1750sf., poss. garage o/h door, 250575-1909, 250-763-1558 2BD. 2 lvg.rms., 1ba, WBank, $1000.mo+dd. & hydro, ns, np, Avail. immed, 250-864-4255 2BD., Lg. fnc’d. yrd., insuite w/d, all appl., ref’s. req’d., $950.+utils Avail now765-0609
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Lots 1/2 acre lot with a view of Shuswap Lake. This is one of the last undeveloped lots in Shuswap Lake Estates, 16 km from Salmon Arm. Asking $99,900 or will make trade as downpayment on property in Kelowna. Contact Ron or Annette at 250-563-2356 or email@example.com for more information. KELOWNA WEST, Beat the HST. Huge serviced lot, 8600 sf. 3064 Smith Creek Rd. Partial view, build immed, $219,900 Ken 604-657-4923 Jim 604-307-3923 firstname.lastname@example.org
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Mobile Homes & Parks OPEN HOUSE April 10th & 11th. Fri. & Sat. 12-3pm. New Home, new warranty avail in Lake Country. #83 Belaire Estates. Family, small pet welcome. Open ﬂoor plan, 2bd, 2bth. Reduced to $149,900. Call Bob, 250-808-4117
Recreational WILDERNESS Cottage on Semi Priv. Mountain Lk.1hr. S.E. of Kelowna. Year-round waterfront retreat, self-cont., 2bd & 1bth, detached garage, great ﬁshing, hunting, ATVing $160,000. Price below assessed value. 250-763-3165
Townhouses $245,900. Rutland Townhome, 3bd, 2bth, gar., fnc’d yard, pet ok. AA cond. MLS Ken Dempsey, Remax. 250-717-5000
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Duplex / 4 Plex KEL. N. near dwntwn & bus. CARRIGE HOUSE, compact 1000sq’ 1 bdrm, newer & clean, 1.5bath, tile/ carpet, skylights, 6 appl, a/c, 1 car gar, $1100. Also 1200sq’ 2 bdrm duplex, $1300. NS, NP, DD. 250-868-7677. MAY 1st. Spacious 2bd in 4plex, FS, WD hook up, small deck, NS, Ndogs, adult oriented. $850. 250-763-9825 RUTLAND - BRIGHT, clean, 4 Bdrm, 2 bth, f/s, laundry hookups, N/P, N/S, References Required. $1400 + utils 765-6544
Housesitting RESPONSIBLE Housesitter avail., 5mo min. Exp’d, clean, ref’s. Kelowna 250-808-0830
Homes for Rent 1BD Cottage, f/s, w/d, Electric heat & woodstove, $750mo. 1-person. Goudie Rd., Avail. Now. 250-808-5354 2bd house with bsmt, lrg deck, FS, new carpet, close to DT, NP, Nparties, ref’s req’d, DD, $1200. 250-860-1038 aft. 5pm 2BDRM Rutland Townhouse 1000sqft, large yard, DW, WD, FS, $900+ 6mos free cbl & int. Call 250-450-9761 2BD. Winﬁeld, Dbl. wide hm, surrounded by orchard, 3appl. $850. +dd, avail. Apr. 15, np, ns, pref. quiet working cpl., 250-763-0327 2-BEDROOM 4-Appliances, Patio, Garage, Pet OK, $1200 OR 3-Bedroom, 5-Appliances, Den, Deck, Carport, Pet OK. 250-860-1961 - Register Online www.cdnhomeﬁnders.ca 3BD. 1ba Main ﬂr, dw, ac, pets? view, quiet area, util/int &sat incl. $1650 250-807-2269 3BD, full main ﬂr of house, Westbank, new reno’s, carpet & paint, lrg priv & fenced yard, $1195. May 1. 250-768-4383 6bd, 3bth, 3 storey house, dbl garage, city/lake view. Ellison area. Ndogs. $2200+utils. May 1st. 250-869-2186 CENTRAL loc, 2bd, 2bth Carriage house. $1000mo+utils. Also 2bd, 1bth home on same lot, $900+utils. Ref’s & lease req’d. May 1st. 250-300-5703, 604-349-4989 FULL House w/bsmt. 5bdrm, 3bth, Glenmore area. $2200+ utils 250-717-3010, 469-2322 HOUSE, Condo or Mobile? Why rent when you can own? EZ Purchase Program. www.ezproperties.ca or 250869-0637. No bank qualifying. Minimum $5000 deposit. NEW 4bd executive home, 3bth, high end ﬁnishings throughout, w/lakeview in Shannon Lake. NS, NP. $3200 +utils. April 1. 250-309-1555 RENT TO OWN Tired of renting? Get on the path to home ownership! If you have a small down payment, I have a nice home for you. Less than perfect credit OK. Call 1(866)927-7027
Ofﬁce/Retail 1175sq’ of grnd-ﬂr OFFICE SPACE for lease at 2000 Enterprise Way. Avail May 1, 2010. All leaseholds complete with 6-ofﬁces, boardroom, lunchroom and reception area. Call 250-862-1210 eves 250763-3990 800SQFT. 2nd. ﬂoor. ofﬁce space on Commercial Dr. Avail. May 1st., 250-868-4808 HWY 97 North, 1800-2800sf’ of retail, 2100sq’ of Ofﬁce/Retail for lease. Rutland area 250-765- 3295, 250-860-5239 OFFICE/RETAIL space for lease. 160 & 164 Rutland Rd North. 750 & 1200sq’. Mike for more details, 250-862-7313
Recreation EXPLORE in style! 2010 towables & motorhomes for rent from just $582/wk! Call Kelowna Truck & RV today @ 250-769-1000.
Rooms for Rent CLEAN, Furn’d rms/suites, DT core. FS/WD. Utils incl. $475+ /mo. Quiet Male 250-861-5757 CLEAN roommate, NS, ND. Great loc. Nice, ac, $445. 8608106, 250-718-1621 FURN’D. Rm. Downtown area, cbl. & w/d, quiet, mo. or wkly., avail. immed. 250-862-9223 FURN’D ROOM for clean, mature, N/S student, working person. Near KLO Campus. Refs & DD req. 250-762-5122.
Shared Accommodation 1BD, livingrm, shared bth, $550 incl utils. Close to KLO & hospital. Avail immed. 250492-8681, 250-809-4868 aft 6 BY Mission mall, own bth, quiet, clean, incl all, furn’d or prtly furn’d. $600+DD. Call 250-862-7339 KELOWNA: 2bdrm. spacious condo to share w/working female, W/D/F/S/DW/MW, patio, beautiful yard, + more, close to amenities, 1block from Costco $550/mo. inclu. util., Sharla (1250)878-3582 MATURE Female to share home, furn’d. lg. rm. own bath, share kit/wd. new quiet house, need vehical, nr. Airport, $550. 250-491-8177 PRIVATE BED & bath for rent in 2 bed/2bath condo. $500 incl utilities, cable, internet, phone. Furn’d. Avail May 1. 250-862-7141
Storage Fenced and secured storage on Okanagan Avenue Vernon from $30/mth 250-549-4500
Suites, Lower 1500SF, Bright, spacious, fully furnished. w/o Executive suite, appl., dishes, linens, w/d, yrd. Avail. now short term Ok. $1000. one adult, $1500. 2 adults., DD, ns, np, East Cent. Kelowna 250-491-3090 1BD 1200sq’, soaker tub, lev ent., newlt reno’d, FS, DW, shr’d lndry, NS, NP, Nparty’s, mature quiet wrking person or couple. $785 utils incl. 250762-8810 aft 4pm. 1BD. $700. cls. to UBC, util. incl., Avail. now. 250-7651696, 863-9518 1BD. Bsmt. suite., Ldry, shed, patio, NS, NP, $750./mo., incl. utils. Ph: (250)862-6660 1BD bsmt suite, May 1, totally newly decorated, NS, NP. Good for sng or young cpl. $750+1/2 DD. All utils & Sat incl. Bus stop right out front. Call 250-491-8230 1BD. Ground lev. $700.mo. incl. utils., ns, np, sing. working person, immed, 765-5854 1BD. Lev. Entry, W/D, Clean & bright, ns, sing. person pref., $725. 250-212-1560 1BD. Modern ste., $775.mo. incl. utils. & wd., gr. lev., patio & yrd., quiet & priv. np, adult oriented. Avail. May 1 or sooner, 250-762-4951. 1BD. New, $750. incl. utils/net, W-Kel., beautiful tile work eating bar, quiet area, hiking trails, May 1. 250-859-0892 1BD. New Upper Miss., sat/ac, int/util/wd incl., priv. prkng/ent., ns, np, $850. Apr. 1, 764-6383 1BD suite, sep entrance, ground level, wood ﬂoors, cable, A/C, close to bus/UBC. NS, NP. $750 utils included. Call 250-491-3935 1BD. W/O Winﬁeld, bright, spacious, share w/d, cls. UBC, quiet single, ns, np, incl. utils/int., $650. +dd & refs req’d, 250-766-4985 Avail now 1-BEDROOM 5-Appliances, Patio, $700 Including Utilities OR 2-Bedroom, 4-Appliances, Patio, Fenced For Pet, $850. 92 Suites On File - 250-8601961 Register Online www.cdnhomeﬁnders.ca 2BD, 1bth downtwn, bright, lev ent., just reno’d suite. FS, shed, shr’d lndry, NS, NP, Nparty’s. Mature quiet wrking person or couple. $895 utils incl. 250-762-8810 aft 4pm. 2BD. Avail. 1150sf., Hosp. area, lg. yrd. w/creek, 4appl., $895.+1/2 utils., 250-868-9059 2BD. Avail. May 1, 1400sf. fab. lakeview, newly reno’d., newer appl., Rutland Bench, $1150util incl., 250-215-0984 2BD bsmt suite, May 1, very close to Orchard Park, incl FS, WD, priv drive, ent utils incl. NS, NP. $1000. 250-859-3510 2BD. & bth, own lndry, sep ent, 6appl, NS, NP, Nparties. Modern 1500sq’ unit, $1300. utils incl. 250-765-4495 2BD. N. Rutland, Grd. Lev., sep entrance, wood ﬂrs., A/C, washer & dryer, cable, cls. to bus/UBC, ns, np, $900 utils included. Apr. 15. 250-491-3935 2BD suite, kit., lvingrm, lndry, approx 900sq’, 4appl, carport. Rutland upper bench, NP, NS, quiet neighborhood. $825 incl utils. Phone 250-765-1589 3BDM newly reno’d bsmt suite, large yard, small pets. April 1. $850. 250-808-7473 MAY 1. 2bd, priv ent, no stairs, NS, NP. $895 incl utils. Call 250-765-2857
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3BD. W-Bank, newly reno’d, sep. ent., wd, f/s, gas fp, ns, cat?, quiet, mature persons, Mar1, $975 incl.util 212-5209 AVAIL. Now. Bachelor suite, KLO area, util/cable incl. share bathrm., np, ns, $580/mo. DD. 250-317-2325. LRG grnd-lvl 1bd suite, lots of storage, priv drive & ent., Avail now, NS, NParty. $775 incl utils. Call 250-868-9591 MODERN 1 bed 10 ft high ceiling large windows and ﬁreplace, open Greatroom concept. 3high quality appl plus in suite laundry, full bath. Quiet area. n/s n/p util cable and internet incl. $950/mo 250-4910433 email@example.com N. RUTLAND - Newer 1Bdrm. Great location. Util. & cable incl. N/S, N/P references req. $725.00 call 250-718-8148 WESTSIDE: 2bd, 1100sq’ w/o bsmt suite, priv ent, 2 car prking, FP, lndry, working couple pref, NP, NS, Nchildren. $875. Avail April 1. Call 250-768-1441
WEST KELOWNA/Kelowna area - Professional couple looking for clean, bright 2-3 bdrm + den rental property. I work as a software developer for a local company and my wife is a stay-at-home mom with our 11 month old baby daughter. Ideal place has hardwood ﬂoors, parking spaces for two vehicles (garage preferred), pet and smoke free, quiet. Long term lease required (1 year min). Refs avail. Contact John at 250-575-3404 john.l.ﬁtzpatrick@gmail.com
Suites, Upper 1700SF. Main ﬂr. 4yr. old hm. N. Glenmore, 3Bd. 2ba. ns, np, ac, all appl., patio, ex. prkng, walking dist. to schools/shops, prof. cpl. desired. bsmt. not incl., $1600. incl. utils. May1, 250-859-0857 1BDM, Mission area, incl utils, indoor prkng, fp, a/c, like new, $900/mo. 250-863-3711. 2BD. $900mo. incl. utils/cbl. shared w/d, f/s, mic, strge, view, cls. to shops. Winﬁeld, 1 pet ok, Apr. 15, 250-7662249 2BD. Main ﬂr., Ldry, shed, carport, patio, sm. pet ok, NS, NP, $1100.mo. (250)862-6660 2BDRM SUITE, great location, bus stop next to prop., FS, WD, $850+utils. 250-448-1940 2BD suite, avail soon, NS, NP. 2775 Dunster Rd. 250-7659471, 718-6505 BR., Cozy, 1bd. furn. ste. Nr. Lake, OC, Shops. ns. res. adult, np. $750 Incl. 762-0317
WORKING woman clean, quiet above in Kelowna area. lap dog (Bishone) Reasonable rent, 5pm. 250-801-9506
Auto Accessories/Parts (4) 235/70R16 All Season Tires. 75-80% tread, EXCELLENT condition. MUST sell. 778-478-7769, 250-869-7362 LYLE’’S TOWING Free removal of unwanted vehicles. Pay up to $1000 for good vehicles. Lots of used parts for sale. 765-8537 TRUCK Frame. 1988 S10 4x4, sandblasted, primed and automotive paint with newer tires and mag rims. Comes with transfer case and misc parts. $750 obo. Email pics avail. Call Dennis, 250-765-7811
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Townhouses 2BD. Recently reno’d., nr. Plaza 33, kid & pet friendly, $1090.mo., 250-870-7172 2BD Townhouse. Conveniently located in Cent. Westbank. 1 unit, completely reno’d, $975+utils. Min. 6mo. lease. NP. Call 250-763-2300 THINKING OF SELLING? For a conﬁdential, no obligation, free market evaluation of your property call Mark Jontz, Royal Lepage 250-762-9446 or 250-860-1100 anytime.
1969 Firebird conv., complete drive train, rebuilt & much more. Could use some body, top + interior work. $17,500. Txt msg 250-864-4579 1991 red Acura Integra, 299k, $1700 obo. 250-765-2878 1992 Buick Skylark Sport, 3spd, auto, 135K, new batt & tires. $1800. 250-860-3112 1998 Audi A4 quattro, V6, 5spd, $4700 obo. 250-3071215. 2002 Intrepid SE, silver/gray, 4dr, power options, a/c, 150,000K, new tires. clean car. $4700. (250)938-5590 2002 Taurus, 4dr., 90,000ks., good shape, $6000. 250-7634262 2003 Buick Regal LS, V6, 3.8, 138k, full load. $5990. DL#30312. 250-862-2555
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Wednesday, April 7, 2010
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1996 HONDA CIVIC DX Coupe 5 spd std. Purchased last year for $6,000 & another $2,000 invested. $4500 OBO. New headlights (almost $800) with 3m protection ﬁlm. Professional tinting . Meticulously maintained. Used as a towed vehicle for our motorhome. Would consider trade for good boat/motor & trailer. 250 7665583. firstname.lastname@example.org 1997 Lexus ES300, 4dr Sedan, 286,000 highway kms, 2nd owner, professionally serviced since new and loaded. Heated leather seats, sunroof, 6 CD, power everything, never smoked in, new tires. In great shape. Have new one, must sell this one. $6800. obo.250542-5705 or 250-306-0274 cell. If no answer please leave message. 2005 Acura EL, silver, 4dr, sunroof, heated leather seats, climate control, 53,000kms, incl.winter tires on rims, manual, all serviced at Acura. $14,000. 250-309-4920. 2005 Mazda 3, 4dr, 5spd, loaded, includes sunroof, 70,000kms, ex cond. $9,500. 250-545-8502. 2006 MAZDA 6 Sport GT 5door. 215hp V6, Triptonic 6 spd auto w/od. Air, cruise, keyless entry, power everything incl sunroof, heated mirrors, cd player. Only 58,000km. $15,900 obo. 250-763-1595 MERCEDES 230SLK Ex. cond., sport convertible, 140K, only $13,000. 250-469-4056
1995 TERRY Travel Trailer 19ft $7,995 Sleeps 4, GVW 2006kg, Tongue Load 163kg, Awning, Electric brakes, AC unit, Bathroom (shower/toilet/ sink), 2 Deep Cycle batteries, 3 Burner stove w/ oven, 2 propane tanks, Double kitchen sink, Gas hot water heater, Hydroﬂame gas furnace, Separate Dometic Fridge and Freezer (gas/110v) Non-smokers, Clean, excellent condition, Call Michael or Karla 250-7683281 email: email@example.com 1998 Topaz 5th wheel, 29.5’, large slide, excl cond., micro, furnace, queen size bed. $13,500. 778-478-1890 2000 Dutchman Express 22’ motorhome, 77,200k, like new battery, tires, brakes, exc. cond. $25,400. 250-546-6667 2005 GULFSTREAM Cresendo 36ft, CAT Diesel Pusher, Freightliner chassis, 31,600 miles, Diesel Gen, washer and dryer, air ducted, 2 slides. All the extras. No smoking. No GST or HST. $95000 OBO Pt Cruiser Tow car available 2006 Class A Motorhome, 37ft Commander, Allison trans, 3-slides, 5700kms, $98,500 (250)494-9683 2007 Montana 3400 RL 5th wheel, fully loaded, incl lrg kit., FP, onboard 3600 wa Onan gen. Unit is in exc cond. 2008 Ford F350 crew cab, King Ranch, 1 ton dually, diesel, fully loaded and then some, only 44,000kms. Will sell 5th wheel sep. To view pls call 250-8696594
2003 Mazda Tribute LX model, all the bells & whistles, looks & runs exc, new tires, certiﬁed on Feb 11. $7995. D8165. 250-491-1227.
2002 HD Softail std. luxury blue, lots $$$ in upgrades, exc.cond. $15,500. 250-5421881 H, 250-558-8928 C. 2003 100yr Ann. Harley softtail std. blk, lots of goodies, must see. $15,500 obo. 250-5421881 (H), 250-540-7244 (C). 2003 Honda Ruckus, 50cc, black, 8000km. Like new, $1400 obo. 778-475-1886. 2004 HD Roadglide, stage 1 kit, tour pack + extras, MUST SELL! $9500. 250-878-5645 2005 BMW K1200 LT 17,000kms, central locking pkg. Incl. Anti-theft warning system, ground lighting; heated soft touch seating, back rest; heated grips; c/c; cd /am/fm radio; luggage railing w/brake light band for top case; high-electric operated windshield; adjustable chrome footrests, double sockets; reversing aid; hydraulic centre stand; ABS braking; $15,000 (250)542-5428 2007 Pearl White Suzuki VS 800. Asking $6500. Like new. 250-765-2878 $AVE E-SCOOTER $ALE *Brand New* E-Scooters $779 Kids Dirtbike/ATV Start@$249 Adult@$1499 Buggy,UTV,etc www.KDMSports.com 1-866-203-0906/250-863-1123 LEARN to ride from the most experienced instructors in the BC interior. Small class size; courses start every two weeks. Use our bike for the road test at no extra charge. www.vtwinokanagan.ca or 250-764-7075 MOTORCYCLE MECHANIC TRAINING at GPRC, Fairview College Campus. Enroll for fall, 2010. Hands on street, offroad, dual sport bikes. Apprenteship opportunity. Residences. Fairwiew, Alberta www.gprc.ab.ca/fairview. 1888-999-7882 OUTDOOR POWER equipment technician training. Learn small engine repair on watercraft, snowmobiles, ATV’s. Enroll for fall 2010. GPRC Fairview College Campus. Fairview Alberta. www.gprc. ab.ca/fairview 1-888-999-7882
Recreational/Sale 1985 Class C 25’ Empress MH, exc.cond. lots of extras, sleeps 6, Asking $12,700 obo. View online @ Kijiji & Castanet 250-545-2015, 250-307-4899. 1988 Citation Supreme, Class C, DUAL FUEL, all options, vg cond, Gen.set, (250)546-9691 1988 Vangaurd MH. 350 Ford chassis. Only 46,000kms. New fridge, starter & tires, canopy, dual air, power plant. Very clean, sleeps 6. 14mpg on hwy. 250-860-4102. $14,000 1997 Terry 5th wheel, sm. slide, air, solar panels, bsmt. model, storage, sep. shwer, 24.5’, $7,800. 250-769-5928 2006 Monterey 26’ trailer, loaded, bunk,, 4300lbs., mint, ext. warr., $16,500. 764-4256
Trucks & Vans 1995 Dodge Ram 1500, V8, box liner, ex. stereo, 225ks, $6000. 250-870-0880 1997 Ford F250, 4x4, ex. cab, longbox, matching canopy, 5.8L, 3spd. auto, 176k’’s, $7500. obo. 250-470-1075 1997 International 4900-DT 466E ﬂat deck Eaton 6 spd Tranny, air brakes 33000 km on new engine CV Inspection, steel deck good rubber Fassi F145 Knuckle Boom with forks & straps. $24900 Ray 250 308-0157 1999 Plymouth Voyager, 3L auto, 165k, good cond., no accidents, $2900. 250-762-5800 2001 Dodge Ram 1500 2WD, 4.7L, V8, cruise, tilt, air, 4dr, 98,000kms, $7700 obo. (250)545-7671, 250-938-6301 2002 Chev Silverado LS 1500, 4x4, ex.cab, S/B, very good cond. $8900. 250-306-5362. 2005 Toyota Tacoma SR5. Air, cruise, tilt, windows, locks. 51K, 5spd, $14,900. Call 250707-1680
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1992 FORD F250 SUPERCAB. 215,000KMS. CLEAN. NEW TIRES, RUNS GOOD. $1900. 250-317-4003 7.5X15’ Fiberglass truck box, use on truck or exc storage unit, $1800obo. 250-491-1227. A Must see! ‘94 F350 dually crew cab, auto, 460, AC, CC. Chrome push-bar/brush guard, custom ‘Westcoast’ style heated, lighted mirrors, checker plate run boards, dual tanks, ‘Armaguard’ sprayed box-liner, remote locks-alarms, No Rust! Professionally overhauled, bills to show. New brakes, tires, radiator, hoses, alt, belts, battery, cables, isolator, camper wiring & tie-downs. Reasonable offers to $7895. West Kelowna 250-769-6010
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Legal Notices NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND OTHERS Re: Estate of JOSEFA ROSINA MATSON , Deceased, formerly of 47 – 1929 Hwy. 97 South, Kelowna, British Columbia. Creditors and others having claims against the Estate of JOSEFA ROSINA MATSON , are hereby notiﬁed under Section 38 of the Trustee Act that particulars of their claims should be sent to the Executors at 260 2300 Carrington Road, West Kelowna, BC, V4T 2N6, on or before April 30, 2010 , after which date the Executors will distribute the estate among the parties entitled to it, having regard to the claims of which the Executors then have notice. HEATHER PATRICIA CRAWFORD and ROBERT ARTHUR BASSETT, Executors by Bassett Quiring & Co., Estate Lawyers, Attention: Christopher D. Quiring, telephone: (250) 768-5152
Legal Notices NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND OTHERS Re: Estate of JEAN-CLAUDE MATHYS, also known as JEAN-CLAUDE JOSEPH MATHYS, Deceased, formerly of 3394 McMorland Road, West Kelowna, British Columbia. Creditors and others having claims against the Estate of JEAN-CLAUDE MATHYS, also known as JEAN-CLAUDE JOSEPH MATHYS, are hereby notiﬁed under Section 38 of the Trustee Act that particulars of their claims should be sent to the Executor at 260 - 2300 Carrington Road, West Kelowna, BC, V4T 2N6, on or before April 30, 2010, 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. Community Western Trust Corporation, Executor by Bassett Quiring & Co., Estate Lawyers, Attention: Christopher D. Quiring, telephone: (250) 7685152 NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND OTHERS RE: THE ESTATE OF REINER HENDRIK HAASNOOT, DECEASED, Formerly of 415 Ballou Place, Kelowna, BC, V1V 1V4. Creditors and others having claims against the estate of Reinier Hendrik Haasnoot are hereby notiﬁed under section 38 of the Trustee Act that particulars of their claims should be sent to the Executor at 434 Glenwood Avenue, Kelowna BC V1Y 5M1 on or before May 1, 2010, 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. Nicholas Aubin, Executor c/o Geoffrey W. White, Solicitor GEOFFREY W. WHITE LAW CORPORATION Barrister and Solicitor 434 Glenwood Avenue Kelowna, BC V1Y 5M1
Wednesday, April 14, 2010 @ 8 p.m.
The ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING of the Landowners in the Glenmore-Ellison Improvement District will be held on WEDNESDAY, APRIL 14, 2010 @ 8:00 p.m. at the District office at 445 Glenmore Road.
Gyro Beach Paddleboat Concession Sealed proposals clearly marked on the outside of the envelope with the words “Gyro Beach Paddleboat Concession” will be received at the Oﬃce of the Property Manager, 1435 Water Street, Kelowna, BC up until 3pm, Local Time, April 13th, 2010 The Submissions will not be opened publicly. The City reserves the right to reject any or all responses, to waive defects in any Submission documents and to accept any Submission or oﬀer which it may consider to be in the best interest of the City. The lowest or any Submission or oﬀer will not necessarily be accepted. Submission documents may be obtained from the City of Kelowna website at no charge or from the City of Kelowna Real Estate and Building Services, 1435 Water Street, Kelowna, BC V1Y 1J4. kelowna.ca
Copies of the 2009 Financial Statements will be available after April 7, 2010 at the office as well as the General Meeting. One trustee term expires this year. Nomination forms for this position are available at the Office or at the Annual General Meeting. Nominations will be accepted at the AGM or at the District office no later than April 15, 2010 at 3:30 p.m. The Election, if necessary, will be held on May 6, 2010 and the Advance Poll on April 29 , 2010 Glenmore-Ellison Improvement District
INFORMATION for District Water Users 445 Glenmore Rd., Kelowna, BC V1V 1Z6 Phone (250)763-6506 Fax (250)763-5688 www.glenmoreellison.com
NOTICE to the residents of the Ellison, Glenmore & Quail Ridge areas
The District will commence its spring water main flushing March 22nd - April 21st, 2010 as follows:
Mobile Beach Concession Sealed Submissions clearly marked on the outside of the envelope with the words “Mobile Beach Concession” will be received at the Oﬃce of the Property Manager, 1435 Water Street, Kelowna, BC up until 3pm, Local Time, April 13th, 2010 The Submissions will not be opened publicly. The City reserves the right to reject any or all responses, to waive defects in any Submission documents and to accept any Submission or oﬀer which it may consider to be in the best interest of the City. The lowest or any Submission or oﬀer will not necessarily be accepted. Submission documents may be obtained from the City of Kelowna website at no charge or from the City of Kelowna Real Estate and Building Services, 1435 Water Street, Kelowna, BC V1Y 1J4. kelowna.ca
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• Glenmore Rd West Side . - March 22-26 • Glenmore Rd East Side - March 29 - April 2 • Ellison & Glenmore Bench (east side of Valley Rd to Hwy 97) - April 6-9 • Wilden - April 12-14 • Quail Ridge & Dry Valley Rd - April 14-16 • UBCO Zone - UBCO Campus and Kelowna Int’l Airport areas - April 19-21 Flushing occurs between the hours of 8:00 am and 3:30 pm. Avoid doing laundry during these times. During this period you may experience variations in the water pressure and some discoloration in the water. If you experience discoloration, run the cold-water tap until the water runs clear. To avoid any inconvenience, check your water for clarity prior to using. You can visit the GEID website: www.glenmoreellison.com to view any changes to the scheduled dates and when GEID crews will be in your particular area. Residents wishing direct notification about spring flushing in their specific area can email email@example.com. Please include your street address in your email request.
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Board of Education of School District #83 (North Okanagan-Shuswap) Contract: MV Beattie Elementary School Phase 1 Earthworks Reference No.: 168-0421 The Owner invites tenders for: The demolition of a portion of the existing annex building, construction of temporary sanitary and storm services and earthworks for the building level preparation of the new MV Beattie Elementary School in Enderby BC. Interested parties will be able to obtain sets of Contract Documents during normal business hours 8:00am -5:00pm or email will be available on request from: Site 360 or 540 Leon Avenue Kelowna, BC V1Y 6J6 Ph. 250-862-3600
MQN Architects #102, 3301-24 Avenue Vernon BC V1T 9S8 Ph. 250-542-1199
Email Contact Kerry McCallum Kmccallum@site360.ca David James Djames@site360.ca Vicki Topping Vtopping@mqn.ca On payment of a non-refundable amount of $50.00 including GST payable to: Site 360. Call to reserve your set. Bid documents may also be viewed at Construction Association Ofﬁces in Kelowna, Kamloops and Vernon, BC. A ten percent (10%) Bid Bond shall be submitted with the Bid. A ﬁfty percent (50%) Performance Bond and a ﬁfty percent (50%) Labour and Material Payment Bond are required within ten (10) working days of the Award of Contract. The successful bidder will be required to enter into a MMCD contract. A non-mandatory pre-tender site meeting will be held at: 10am on Tuesday, April 13, 2010 on site by the tennis courts (807 Knight Ave, Enderby). Tenders are scheduled to close at: Tender Closing Time: 1:00 pm local time Tender Closing Date: Thursday April 22, 2010 Site 360 540 Leon Av Kelowna, BC V1Y 6J6 For additional information please contact: Kerry McCallum or Barry Gowing Site360 Inc. Phone: (250) 862-3600 Fax: (250) 862-4849 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Sealed bids together with all other attachments as called for in the Instructions to Bidders, marked “BID FOR: MV Beattie Elementary School Phase 1 Earthworks, Enderby, BC ” with the Bidder’s name and return address clearly indicated on the envelope, will be received at: Attn: Mr. Kerry McCallum Site 360 540 Leon Drive Kelowna, BC V1Y 6J6 For Faxed Tender Revisions Attn: Mr. Kerry McCallum.
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The lowest or any bid will not necessarily be accepted. In submitting bids, it is understood that the bid will remain irrevocable and open for acceptance until thirty (30) calendar days have expired from the bid closing date.
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ect or peer-impacted funding deficits or lower donations and private contributions. With the Kelowna Drop-in Centre now closed, Basic Needs Listing has been created to remind Central Okanagan residents of the resources offered for some of our vulnerable residents during this time of transition. “As our local service providers (shrink), the clientele they assist and our communities at large continue to be impacted by announcements of program and/or resource closures during these economically challenging times,” said Christene Walsh, drug policy coordinator with the Regional District of Central Okanagan. “Our communities unfortunately experienced a similar era of cut-backs in 2001. “What’s different today is that previous hardship has taught us to network—communicate and work together to our best ability so to ensure anyone identified as being in need will continue to be heard and receive available assistance. “Fortunately, our local communities have some very skilled, astute organizations, such as Kelowna’s Gospel Mission which is a key resource in the Basic Needs Listing. “These organizations are continuing to work hard to maintain a solid level of service during these difficult times.” Local communities have also demonstrated a commitment to continue working together to manage yet another period of transition, added Walsh. “I’ve recently heard of at least five organizations that have or will need to eliminate valued positions by March 31,” she said “And, the level of professionalism and assistance offered by the employees impacted during this period of unimaginable stress is commendable and deserves to be acknowledged. “One of the key roles of the regional district drug policy coordinator is to promote ongoing communication and collaboration among service providers. “Again, this action is a strong example of our community’s commitment to work together and address any concern that may arise in order to ensure a safe and strong community for everyone.” Service providers and members of the public interested in learning about programs and services available can call 250763-8008 or go online to www.kcr.ca.