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FAMILIAR TERRITORY… A forest fire was ignited Thursday afternoon at the south end of Lakeshore Road, in an area the Okanagan Mountain Park fire of 2003 had burned before.
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Over sobs from the man who killed her daughter and grandson, Marla Smith shared memories of the day that forever changed her family and explained how she’s learned to
move forward. “To this day it seems surreal (that they’re gone),” she said at Nicholas Coopper’s sentencing hearing Thursday. Two years later, she still expects to hear her 28-year-old daughter’s car come barrelling down the street with its
stereo blasting, or soak in time with her bright and vivacious 20-month-old grandson. “My family has been diminished by this act,” she said. “…I so wanted to hate and exact revenge…but for me to heal and move forward, I cannot carry my hatred.”
Considering the circumstances she’s faced, finding forgiveness is a feat many have told her they don’t understand her capacity for, Smith said. On Dec. 17, 2008, Smith drove to her daughter Karen’s house after she was told she was absent from work.
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The increasingly familiar sight of smoke rose over Kelowna Thursday afternoon, heralding a return to duty for local fire crews and B.C. Forest Services. Two fires were reported near the south end of Lakeshore Road near the boundary of Okanagan Mountain Provincial Park, at around 1 p.m. and crews were on scene shortly thereafter to fight the blaze and evacuate residents who were in harm’s way. “When we arrived there were two hectares involved and it was fairly slow moving,” said Thomas Doherty, Kelow…THERE’S NOT A na’s assistant fire chief, LOT OF FANNING adding flames appear to have materialized from FUELS HERE. roadside. Thomas Doherty, At the same time Kelowna assistant B.C. Forest Services disfire chief patched one water bomber and three helicopters to hit the burgeoning blaze by air. The fire spread to 10.6 hectares by day’s end, but was considered controllable in relatively short order, as residents were allowed to go back to their homes. Only two households chose not to return once roads were opened again. While a formal evacuation order was not issued, many nearby residents chose to leave on their own While it was familiar ground for fire crews, Thursday’s flames were a lot more controllable, Doherty said, due to the 2003 Okanagan Mountain fire that burnt 238 houses and countless trees to the ground. “It definitely made a difference…there’s not a lot of fanning fuels here,” he said, adding the nearest structure was about 200 metres away. “At this point we have a pretty good handle on it …we’re putting guards in place.” About 50 Kelowna firefighters were on the scene Thursday afternoon, joined by two crews totalling seven forest service firefighters.
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The Seclusion Bay interface fire zone is still under an Evacuation Order. One representative from each evacuated family was allowed temporary, escorted access to the evacuation area on Thursday to obtain personal effects and belongings. The representatives were to be taken to their homes via a bus with safety personnel on board. The forest service says critical infrastructure has been damaged and requires extensive repair. As well, in order to make the area safe, hazard trees, rocks and slope stability must first be assessed and actions taken to mitigate the hazards. Compounding the problem is the steep, rocky terrain and the condition of the narrow, single access road to the Seclusion Bay Resort and private properties below Highway 97.
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‘He is a very tormented man…’ Grief from A1 According to police evidence shared by Crown counsel Thursday, Karen’s body was laying on the bed under a blanket, with a garbage bag over her head. A picture of her 20-month-old son had been placed under her left hand and the 30 pound barbell that had been used to bludgeon her was on the floor near the bed. Ayden’s body, police later discovered, had been shoved into a backpack, adjacent to where his mother was found. The scene was a result of Coopper’s night of drug-fuelled violence and obfuscation. While babysitting
Ayden, Coopper lashed out violently at the young boy, delivering fatal injuries. Realizing what he had done, he tried to revive Ayden with CPR, but failed. When Karen returned home early from work, Coopper tried to present a scene of calm. He made it appear as though Ayden was sleeping in his room, and he and Karen spent some time together before she went to sleep. Once she went to bed, Coopper decided to kill her in an apparent attempt to stop her from knowing about her dead child. The barbell was the weapon used to kill her, and her official cause of death was considered to
be suffocation and blunt force trauma. It was a crime Coopper claimed to feel immediate remorse for, through what later became evidence at the scene. Shredded letters to his victims and his family were found in an envelope near the bodies. Within he penned the words, “I’m lost and a cancer that should have been ripped from this world long ago—goodbye angels.” News that her grandson had been the subject of Coopper’s abuse, both the day of his murder and previously, came as a surprise to Marla Smith. “That was a revelation,” she said. “I don’t think he meant to kill
Ayden, but Karen’s was premeditated. He is a very tormented man and I hope he gets the help he needs.” For her part, she’s devoted herself to a project named after her grandson. Initially, she was working to create a daycare that operated 24 hours a day, seven days a week, saying she believed her family members might still be alive if such a facility was available for Karen, who was studying business administration. Now she’s working to create a crisis child care centre. Coopper pleaded guilty to charges for the second degree murder of Karen Smith and manslaughter in April. The Crown is seeking 20 years in Smith’s death and 12 to 15 years in the killing of the young boy. Watch for the sentencing decision at www.kelownacapnews.com.
Sir Elton is creating a buzz It might be the second-time around for Elton John to perform in Kelowna this past decade, but his concert at Prospera Place on Saturday night is still generating a buzz in the city’s downtown core. With the show a sell-out, a lot of people will be descending on the downtown core, always a good thing in the eyes of Downtown Kelowna Association executive director John Perrott. Perrott said restaurants and pubs will see an immediate upswing in business tomorrow night. “We know that a lot of people coming to the show will make a night of it, probably eat dinner out at a restaurant before the show, or maybe go out afterwards,” Perrott said. “There will no doubt be an electric atmosphere downtown as people will be really excited about the concert. Performing acts that have played at Prospera Place in the past have brought that same kind of excitement to the downtown. “This month, we have the Parks Alive concert series in full swing, and Doc Walk is shooting a video in Waterfront Park next week, Bryan Adams is
coming in August…it all helps to create a buzz around the downtown during the summer.” Perrott said the tourist season has been a bit different from previous years. The word he’s received from Tourism Kelowna officials is that travel preferences are shifting and more people seem to be making last minute decisions to come to the Okanagan. Dean Clarke, with Prospera Place, said preparations for the concert are carrying on as usual for any act that sells out the venue. “The logistics for us are to make sure people can enter and leave the building in as smooth as possible a fashion,” said Clarke, who noted the doors for the 8 p.m. show will open at 6:45 p.m. Saturday to help get people to their seats in an efficient fashion. Clarke said he’s getting a lot of people asking questions about the concert, which doesn’t surprise him given Sir Elton’s status in rock ’n roll music history. “We like to think all the concerts we put on are special, but there is no doubt this one is a special deal,” Clarke said.
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Prof instigates art project in park Inmate dies in prison Jennifer Smith STAFF REPORTER
If you go out in the woods today, you’ll find some thinly disguised artistic endeavours—at least if you’re in UBCO creative writing professor Nancy Holmes’ neck of the woods. When Holmes moved to her Mission-area neighbourhood, she discovered Woodhaven Nature Conservancy on Raymer Road, and the area has never been the same since. “A lot of people in the neighbourhood say: Oh, we didn’t even know the park existed,” she said.
That was until Holmes applied for a grant through the university and got the ball rolling on a year-long art project to draw attention to its many wonders. The park is actually quite the place, with four distinct ecosystems within its 22 acres, including some western red cedar normally found on the coast, as well as ponderosa pine. Another riparian ecosystem includes black cottonwoods and there’s also a stand of Douglas fir. This weekend, anyone within range of the park will also be treated to another rare sight—a forest teeming with art enthusi-
ists will offer up their ideas of what makes the park worth noting. The Woodhaven Project has its own Facebook page describing what’s been happening, which can be found under the group Woodhaven Project. The university has also given it space on its own website at www. woodhaven.ok.ubc.ca. The whole effort is aimed at showcasing this amazing space to the community and is entirely free. Just show up at Woodhaven Nature Conservancy anytime between 1:30 and 4 p.m. this Saturday, July 17 and check it all out.
Dean Ernest Hopkins has been named as the inmate who died this month in Kamloops Regional Correctional Centre. The 41-year-old from Peachland died on Saturday, July 3, but the cause of death still isn’t being re-
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Jennifer Smith and others, out of the very community he has helped build. If, for example, a new band draws $1,000 in cover charges at the door, but manages to generate enough interest in a downtown warehouse to catch an investor willing to buy it for a couple of million, did the band really benefit when the warehouse is torn down to build condos? As each space sells— remembering Kelowna’s downtown is not a big place—the neighbourhood gentrifies, leaving less and less room for
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The real estate idea was his way of doing so, and frankly, if it’s the only way we’ll all get to see his show I think it’s pretty worth it. His work speaks to the commodification of the female body as much as it tests our attitudes about male sexuality. Google “body image” and “men” and you get information on steroid use. Try the same experiment for women and you get information on everything from beauty to body weight to eating disorders. It’s interesting, should generate important discussion and more importantly, when someone spends a few years creating something that has valuable intellectual and artistic merit, they should probably be rewarded for their effort. One idea would be to involve a gallery or arts organization in the real estate marriage, but then again, no arts organization is likely to support an idea whereby the arts community is eventually booted by development. But there may be another way. In working with a few of these business minds, there’s also a good chance someone who is as productive and proactive as Dixon might be able to finagle an ongoing work in exchange for a creative contribution deal. Fingers crossed. Finding space for those who truly push the boundaries and really contribute ideas that
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Arduous journey for the parents I remember summer holidays when we were kids. We’d sit on the front steps with the other kids in the neighbourhood, licking home-made, grape Kool-Aid popsicles and letting them drip on our sunburned legs. “I’m bored.” “There’s nothing to do.” “What time is it?” As if it mattered. “Let’s play school,” someone would say. Strangely enough, we used to do that in summer holidays. We’d hop on our one-speed bikes with streamers and playing cards attached to the spokes with clothespins to make that helicopter sound. I’m not sure why we did that exactly, but it was pretty cool. But, I mostly remember travelling on family vacations. It was such a golden opportunity for family bonding in our Pontiac Grand Safari station wagon with the wood-grain sides. Dad would put stuff in the car and then mom would re-pack it so it would fit. Dad would tie the canvas tent and camping equipment to the roof and put the plastic orange tarp over it. Mom would check our bags for enough underwear. All we three siblings had to worry about was who got what seat, which was actually a pretty big deal. Our Grand Safari was pretty roomy for our family, but, as any
parent knows, when you’re driving all day with three children, no car is ever roomy enough. My older brother and I usually Shelley claimed the really Nicholl cool, backward-facing seat at the back of the wagon. I called the back seat the barf seat because that’s pretty much what happened there, but, for some reason, we always figured we could avoid the inevitable curse. As the car swayed along the Trans Canada highway, however, through the Fraser Canyon from the coast to the Okanagan, it wasn’t long before breakfast was dribbling out the back window. Once one of us blew, the other followed minutes later. My other brother, who never threw up, had the middle seat to himself mainly because he fought with both of us. So, then we had to slide into the seats beside him. With three kids and two windows, you know what happens. Being the youngest, with the shortest legs, it was expected I would get the middle hump to which I would argue with lawyerlike diligence that just because I was born last I shouldn’t always get the worst seat. I really hated it because my brothers would have races with the ultra-modern power windows and I wouldn’t get to play. Then, there were the territorial wars. We always had to draw lines
along the seats to make sure no one entered our area. “Moooom, he’s in my space,” I’d whine pretty much every five minutes. Poor mom. She had the job of throwing out threats to keep us children quiet so dad could drive safely. Keep in mind, this was long before we were supposed to wear seat belts, so we would roam about freely in the car, hopping over the seat in a getaway from pounding fists. Mom would engage us in a game of Eye Spy or point out sites of interest on the way to try to distract us from our wars. But, it was a long drive and our Safari wagon didn’t have air conditioning, so we’d get pretty sweaty and cranky and we would soon be spitting cherry pits at each other. Inevitably, I’d end up in the front seat between mom and dad. That was pretty boring. Mom didn’t even enter her window in the races. By Cache Creek, we’d stop for ice cream at Frosty’s. Every year, we’d tell someone who didn’t care that was our cat’s name. The day was pretty much done and the air was cool by the time we drove down the dirt road to the cabins on the northern part of Okanagan Lake where several of our relatives were. They say life is about the journey, not the destination. But, on those summer vacations, I’m pretty sure my parents felt the opposite. Shelley Nicholl is a public relations consultant .
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RCMP say prevent tragedy by following road rules “Cyclists need to educate themselves about how to safely ride in traffic, and motorists need to share the road and keep bike lanes clear.” He says motorists need to put themselves in the pedestrian’s shoes, while cyclists and pedestrians need to put themselves in the driver’s seat. “We all need to do a better job of being alert on the road and anticipating the movements of others,” said Kittmer. “That means drivers need to slow down and let slower moving cyclists or pedestrians clear an intersection. “It also means cyclists need to signal their turns and be more predictable in their movements.” If even those basic rules were followed, there would be a dramatic decrease in the number of accidents attended to by police. RCMP statistics show the majority of altercations involving vehicles, cyclists and pedestrians happen at controlled intersections. Last year, RCMP recorded 65 car-cyclist col-
lisions that resulted in injury to the cyclist, one of which resulted in a cyclists’ death. “Cyclists must drive defensively and give themselves time and room to react if a vehicle fails to yield the right of way,” Holmes added. “We prefer to play an educational role regarding safety issues for cyclists and that usually convinces most people to change their behaviour. “Well over 50 per cent of tickets for cycling infractions are issued to prolific offenders—people who, for whatever reasons, refuse to obey the law.” Regardless of who is at fault in a collision between an automobile and a pedestrian or cyclists, the person not in a vehicle suffers the most, says Holmes. For this reason, cyclists and pedestrians need to err on the side of caution. Riding bikes on sidewalks, however, is taking caution too far and simply transfers all the risk onto pedestrians in the event of a collision. The exception to that
rule is cyclists under 12 years. The city’s bylaw permits children younger than 12 to ride on sidewalks, though they must
yield to pedestrians in all circumstances. For anyone older than 12, there is no excuse for riding on sidewalks, says
Kittmer. “Particularly downtown or other places where there are a lot of pedestrians, cyclists need to
get onto the road. They need to know the traffic rules and they need to signal their next move like all other vehicles.”
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Whether you’re on two wheels, four wheels or two feet, knowing and following the rules of the road prevents accidents and helps traffic flow properly. Summer weather brings more pedestrians and bicyclists onto Kelowna’s streets, while automobile volumes also increase with the tourist season. That combination has also cranked up the volume on the annual debate about pedestrian safety, cyclists’ rights and motorists’ responsibilities. “Basically, for everyone on the road out there, it boils down to patience and common sense,” said Kelowna RCMP Const. Steve Holmes. “Drivers, cyclists and even pedestrians need to pay attention to what’s going on around them and they need to know what their role is within the traffic rules.” Once they know what the rules are, they need to take responsibility for their own safety, says Mike Kittmer, active transportation coordinator for the City of Kelowna.
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Friday, July 16, 2010
Repairs completed on damaged West Kelowna welcome sign Kathy Michaels CONTRIBUTOR
West Kelowna became Westbank for a brief and costly few hours thanks to the less-than-handy work of some vandals The north-positioned
sign welcoming visitors and residents alike to the District of West Kelowna was defaced sometime between Tuesday night and Wednesday morning. Vandals took the word Kelowna away, and spraypainted Bank in its place.
Their apparent penchant for destruction didn’t stop there so they continued on to destroy the sign’s solar lighting system that had an estimated value of $3,500. “It’s a real shame that this has to happen,” said
Mayor Doug Findlator. “I’m really concerned. This is more than vandalism…this is a theft situation, and people need to grow up.” Findlator went on to say that the number “420” —the universal sign of
canabis culture—was also spray-painted on the sign, indicating that the brief name change had little to do with the political musings of those who still protest the West Kelowna designation. “This is not that group,
this is not their style,” he said. “They wouldn’t condone vandalism or theft.” Findlator said he believes that much of the concern about the name change has been laid to rest.
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“I guess it is (an issue) for a few people. But I shop in the Westbank area every day…and I am well recognized by people,” he said. “Nobody approaches me about the name. The feedback, is, ‘You guys are doing a good job, but can you fix this pothole?’” While this week’s vandalism was immediately removed graffiti and then placed a tarp over the sign until other damages could be repaired Wednesday afternoon. An order has been made to replace the solar panel, but until the equipment arrives, the sign won’t be illuminated at night. The sign near Boucherie Road is one of two the municipality installed this spring to welcome motorists traveling into West Kelowna along Highway 97. The cost of designing, fabricating and installing both signs was estimated at $36,000. The solar lighting for both signs cost an additional $7,600. Anyone with information concerning the vandalism to the north entrance sign is asked to call West Kelowna RCMP at 250-768-2880.
Stolen car bust On July 7th, at just after 11 p.m., Members of the Kelowna RCMP’s Target unit arrested a 34year-old female after she was observed getting into the driver’s seat of a Black Honda Accord that had been stolen from Langley on June 30. Police initially observed the stolen vehicle parked in the 200 block of Mills Road. They waited until the female was spotted exiting a nearby residence. Once she got into the vehicle and closed the door, police converged and arrested the Naramata resident. A key to the vehicle was found on the driver’s seat. Jennifer Gauthier appeared in court to face a charge of possession of stolen property. She was remanded to appear in court on July 28. Gauthier is known to police for numerous past Criminal Code related offences.
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Weaving cyclist sent to hospital after colliding with vehicle A weaving bicyclist appears to have set off a chain reaction collision early Wednesday morning near the intersection of Elks Road and Highway 97 in West Kelowna, according to police. Shortly after 2 a.m., police say two 17-yearold males were riding their bikes southbound along the Highway 97 shoulder. Shortly before reaching Elk Road, one of the bicyclists started weaving onto the road, and then subsequently opted to cross the highway. That maneuver caused a 55-year-old Penticton man driving a southbound 2003 Pontiac minivan to swerve in order to avoid hitting the bicyclist. However, the van hit the bike, sending the rider careering into the windshield and bouncing off the vehicle. The bicyclist then was able to get up and run across the highway at which point he collapsed. He was transported by ambulance to Kelowna General Hospital with scrapes and bruising to his head and shoulder. The minivan driver and his 52-year-old fe-
Pot plants seized at Scharf Rd. home West Kelowna executed a search warrant seizing more than 500 marijuana plants at a home in the 2000 block of Scharf Road. The house search by police revealed 543 pot plants in various stages of growth. During the search, two males were arrested inside the residence and are being charged for production of a controlled substance. Now you can use the Internet to add your own non-profit event to the Capital News Stuff to Do. Simply go to kelownacapnews.com, look for the calendar and click on Add Event.
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reflective clothing, had no reflectors or lights and was not wearing a helmet.
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ears ago my husband and I took my son to a museum in Seattle which housed a display box with a number of tools used in the early days of newspaper publishing. At that time I was in my early 40s and there were tools in this box that I remember using way back in the 1980s when I worked at a student newspaper. These included waxing guns, blue line paper and pica rulers. Today all this work is done on computers and
Jane Muskens these tools—as well as many of the jobs associated with this work—have all but disappeared. So when I came across a list which named 20 jobs that have disappeared I was not surprised to see newspaper typeset-
ter included. So which other jobs have vanished? Apparently we no longer have copy boys. These errand runners existed long before email. They would deliver paper correspondence to workers in large corporations and newspaper offices. Lamplights slowly became redundant once towns and cities changed their street lighting from gas lamps to electricity. Municipalities no longer had to hire men to light the lamps every
night. Another interesting job was pinsetters. These were workers, usually teenagers, who manually set bowling pins during a match. This just shows you how long we have had bowling alleys. Even though we still have elevators, we don’t have elevator operators anymore. The first passenger elevator was installed in New York City in 1857. These elevators required operators to move
levers to keep the elevator moving smoothly and to make sure it landed correctly at each floor. Today, Okanagan College is one of the few organizations that I know of that has a switchboard operator. Yet if you were to see the size of our switchboard it isn’t much bigger than an iPad attached to two monitors. Nearly all calling today is digitized and operators are no longer required to plug calls into the right telephone line.
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tor (early photo-copying), street sweeper, sandman, sawyer (manually sawing wood to spec.), manual part loading (automotive industry), breaker boy (coal mining), rag and bone man (early garbage collection), bon-bon dipper, check writer, finger cobbler, clock hand inspector, quartermaster, sea sponge harvester and globe mounter. After looking at these jobs, it’s easy to see how manual labour through the years has been replaced by technology and more efficient machinery. No doubt this trend will continue and those looking for future job security should always consider technological innovation. Some people say that many of the people who are born today will end up working at jobs and in careers that haven’t even been invented yet. I can believe it. Jane Muskens is the registrar at Okanagan College. firstname.lastname@example.org
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t has long been observed that children of parents with schizophrenia and other disorders involving psychosis seem to be more likely than average to develop similar disorders themselves. Research has also shown there is a familial link, but to date there has been little study into the specificity of risk or observance of these children into their mid-adulthood as most studies stop following the individuals once they get through the mid-20s when onset peaks for these conditions. A recently published study examined these things and found that children are indeed at a significantly higher risk of developing the same condition their parents have. Compared with controls, offspring of parents with schizophrenia psychosis spectrum have six times the risk of developing the disorder themselves and a doubled risk for developing affective psychoses (such as bipo-
Paul Latimer lar disorder). Children of parents with an affective psychosis had a 14-fold elevated risk for a similar condition compared with controls and a doubled risk for schizophrenia psychosis spectrum disorder. The study, published in Archives of General Psychiatry this year, examined 203 high risk offspring of parents with psychoses and 147 offspring of control parents. These individuals were followed into their mid-adulthood because, although the peak age of onset for these conditions is between 18 and 30, sometimes a person is not affected until their 30s or 40s. As our understanding of human genetics grows, we are learning more
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vention may lead to better functioning and more independence in the long run. Schizophrenia tends to develop slowly as a gradual deterioration in the brain’s ability to process information or communicate with itself. Because of this gradual onset, family members may think the individual is simply going through a phase or rebelling and may not realize for some time that there is a serious problem. Some early warning signs to be aware of include • bizarre or unusual behaviour • an inability to sleep or mixing up of day and night • social withdrawal or isolation • hyperactivity or inactivity • inability to concentrate; unusual preoccupation with religion or the occult • hostility, suspicion or fearfulness • over-reaction to peer or family disapproval • deterioration in personal
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Greenway users reminded about proper trail use etiquette It’s a great place to take a stroll or a more strenuous run in the shade alongside Mission Creek. It’s an important corridor used by Central Okanagan cyclists. It’s also a trail frequented by some local equestrians. Mission Creek Greenway Regional Park is an extremely popular recreational trail that can find multiple user groups on it at any one time of the day. In fact, it’s estimated well over a thousand people use the 16.5-kilometre trail each day. They range from pe-
destrians walking and caregivers out with infants in strollers to joggers getting some exercise, cyclists and horseback riders exercising their steeds. “The Greenway is a year-round mecca for lovers of the outdoors. But during the spring, summer and fall months, we see a lot more traffic along the linear trail and just as it is on our roadways with so many multiple users comes the potential for periodic conflicts,” said CORD spokesperson Bruce Smith. Parks services bylaw
enforcement officer Blaise Laveay said everyone using regional park system trails should be aware of proper trail etiquette. “Under the Regional Parks Bylaw, all dogs must be kept on leash and must stay on designated trails,” said Laveay. “Cyclists shouldn’t go faster than 10 kilometers an hour along the trail and should keep to the right side of the trail, unless they are passing someone on foot,” he said. “They should also give an indication that they are approaching from behind
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Beware of things that whine in the night due to West Nile Virus
lowly I pushed aside the mists of deep sleep and became aware of a pinpoint of pain on the back of my hand. It burned, so I gave it an unconscious scratch to see if it would go away. It itched as well as burning, and there was another one on the knuckle of my thumb on the same hand. Despite the discomfort, I succumbed to the pull of those mists and sleep regained me until I was jolted awake by the shrill whine of a mosquito dive-bombing my ear. Involuntarily, I slapped it and that woke me up. Have you ever had your ears boxed when you were asleep? I then realized that I did indeed have two or three distinct swellings
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firmed late last August, but it is the most widelydistributed vector-borne disease in North America. Paul Hasselback, medical health officer for Interior Health, says there’s still a lot about the ecology of WNV in B.C. that we don’t know. However, he said more than 200 mosquito samples have been collected so far this year across our province and all have been negative. There are about 50 species of mosquitoes in B.C., and not all feed on birds as well as humans. That’s critical, because the mosquito capable of transmitting WNV to you with a bite, likely picked it up by feeding on a bird first. For some reason, birds in the corvid family such as jays, black birds, ravens and magpies, are
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in still water. Heat moves that development along faster than cool weather. It can shorten the larval stage. They can develop in more than just a pond or slough, but also in water barrels, stagnant water features, water in an old tire or birdbath, saucers under flowerpots or even a tarp. So, eliminate such sources of mosquito breeding sites on your property, and use repellents containing the active ingredient DEET to help prevent bites when out at dawn or dusk or when outside hiking. And, plug any holes in your screens, to try and prevent them from getting into your bedroom. For more details on West Nile Virus, go to www.bccdc.ca/default. htm and click on West Nile virus. Judie Steeves writes about outdoors issues for the Capital News. firstname.lastname@example.org
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Take the time to choose your health care providers wisely
ow important is your health to you? Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;m sure that seems to be a rhetorical question, but itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s still an all-important one. Your health care team is equally as important as they are the consultants you have hired to assist you in your pursuit of health and wellness. These days, health care is consumer-driven, or as my profession like to call it, patient-centered. Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;m sure this is true for most health professionals. When I speak of health professionals as consultants, I am referring to your medical doctor, your physiotherapist, massage therapist, acupuncturist, dentist, doctor of chiropractic and the like. These are people you hired and retained for the sole purpose of assisting you in your wellbeing. It is paramount that you have a good rapport and comfortable relationship with these practitioners as you are trusting them with your most valuable asset. Therefore, I think it is important that you interview them and evaluate their care on an ongoing basis. Yes, I said interview them. We would interview a real estate agent, a financial planner, a lawyer or a baby sitter before hiring them. So why not your care provider?
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time is spent listening to you and your concerns? If a practitioner seems hurried and not focused within the confines of the room, itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s clear that your care is not foremost. For instance, my medical doctor is truly excellent. She spends a great deal of time listening and asking thoughtful questions that are pertinent to my concerns. I think the success of all relationships can be reduced down to how effectively the two parties communicate. There needs to be a mutual exchange. If you leave the office feeling that you havenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t been heard or you have not been able to express yourself fully, it is time to move on. How current is your practitioner? Is he or she continuing to further their education and knowledge in their specialty? Do they seem current
with the research, or does it seem one-dimensional? I love it when my patients ask me questions. It means they are involved and active in the resolution of their problems. My patients will come to me with research they have read or ideas they are considering in an attempt to understand and treat their illness. Your practitioner should not be intimidated by your knowledge or your interest in contributing to your wellness. Does your practitioner routinely refer to other forms of therapy? Are they open to other forms of complementary alternative care? Remember this: No one practitioner is the silver bullet in all forms of health care. I routinely refer to massage therapists, acupuncturists, podiatrists, dentists, medical doctors
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Challenge heating up for playoffs Ex-Rocket PCSL last regular game goes Sunday. Warren Henderson STAFF REPORTER
With the playoffs beckoning, the Okanagan Challenge couldn’t have picked a better time to be on a roll. The Challenge will put its four-game Pacific Coast Soccer League winning streak on the line Sunday against the firstplace Vancouver Thunderbirds in the final game of the regular season for both clubs. Kick off at the Apple Bowl is 3 p.m. With the game having no bearing on the final standings, Challenge head coach Clint Schneider isn’t as concerned with the outcome as he is with getting his team aptly prepared for the post-season. “Obviously we would like to play well, but this is really an opportunity to rest guys that need
some rest and to play guys who haven’t seen a lot of the field this season,” said Schneider. “I truly believe we have the best team in the league right now. I don’t think we’ll use this as a measuring stick as much as we will a chance to tune up for the playoffs.” The Thunderbirds (11-1-2) have long since sewed up top spot, while Khalsa Sporting Club (94-1) will finish second, the Challenge (7-6-2) will take third, and the Victoria Highlanders, fourth. That means the defending champion Challenge will battle Khalsa in the semifinals of the PCSL championship July 24 in Coquitlam, while the Thunderbirds play Victoria. Schneider is confident the Challenge have left all of their early season woes behind them after a 2-6-1 start. In the last four games, Okanagan has shutout Vic United (2-0), Vic High-
landers (2-0) and Kamloops (4-0), while winning by forfeit over Athletic Club of B.C. Schneider said a confident group bodes well for the playoffs. “The guys are playing with a lot confidence and we’re on a roll,” he said. “If we continue this into the playoffs, we’re in good shape.” Schneider credits some of the recent turnaround to the resurgence of Alex Keller and Roman Doutkevitch as genuine offensive threats—the two have combined for five goals in the last three games. And with just one goal allowed in five games, the Challenge are also taking care of business in the home end of the field. “The guys are gelling in the back end and (keeper) J.D. Blakely has been very steady, too,” Schneider said. “For the whole team, I think the key word right now is belief.” firstname.lastname@example.org
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MIDFIELDER FORREST BAKER and his Okanagan Challenge teammates will close out the PCSL regular season Sunday at home to the Vancouver Thunderbirds.
Hope flickers for Premier A’s The Okanagan A’s are down but still not officially out of the B.C. Premier Baseball League playoff picture. In their first year under a new name and colours, the A’s will wrap up the regular season this weekend as they host the Victoria Eagles for three games at Elks Stadium. Saturday’s games go at 11 a.m. and 1:30 p.m., while Sunday’s finale is set for 10:30 a.m. At 13-28 the A’s are in 10th place, but with three wins over Victoria still have a mathematical shot at the post-season. However, they would need a little help. The top seven teams will make the PBL playoffs, with the eighth and ninth place clubs to playoff for the final berth.
Parksville (15-23) and North Shore (1524) currently have the inside track on eighth and ninth spots. “It’s a slim possibility, but it’s still there,” said A’s coach Evan Bailey. “If we win all three of our games, then we have a shot. Those two teams have some tough games left to play.”
The Okanagan junior A’s are in North Delta this weekend to start the BCJBL championship tournament. The seventh-seeded A’s will battle North Shore in their opening game Friday at 3 p.m. On Saturday, Okanagan meets the Vic Eagles and Abbotsford with both games to
be played in Abby. The final of the eight-team tourney goes Sunday at 3 p.m. The A’s, who finished tied for sixth during the regular season, qualified for provincials thanks to a 9-3 sudden-death win over the White Rock Tritons Wednesday night at Lombardy Park. Jake Maters earned the win, allowing one run over 6 1/3 innings. Michael Tongue picked up the save throwing 2 1/3 hitless, scoreless innings. James Ward drove in two runs on a single and a double and scored once, Alex Ballingall had two singles driving in one run and scoring once and Dawson Yates had a double and two RBIs.
From Kelowna to Massachusetts to Saskatchewan to Texas. Few coaches in hockey over the last four years have been as well-travelled as Jeff Truitt. The former bench boss of the Kelowna Rockets has accepted an assistant coaching position with the San Antonio Rampage, the American Hockey League affiliate of the NHL’s Phoenix Coyotes. Truitt, 45, has spent the last year as the director of hockey operations for the Western Hockey League’s Moose Jaw Warriors. “It all comes down to the opportunity,” said Truitt. “It wasn’t planned, it’s just that when these opportunities come along you have to take a serious look at them. We made some good strides (in Moose Jaw) and I’ve enjoyed it here. But this job was a good fit and it’s a chance to get back into pro hockey.” Truitt spent seven seasons as a coach in Kelowna, the last three as the head man. In 2005, he led the Rockets to the WHL title and a berth in the Memorial Cup. Truitt’s first pro job was with the AHL’s Springfield Falcons where he served as an assist in 2007-08, then as head coach in 2008-09 before being relieved of his duties late in the season.
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Osaduik sets course record in Midsummer 8K Steve Osaduik left the rest of the field in his wake on the way to setting a course record at the Kelowna Running Club’s Midsummer 8 K. The Langley finished first by nearly three minutes among 203 runners on a hot Sunday morning in the Mission, posting a time of 24 minutes 57 seconds. Vernon’s Trevor Jordan was second in 27:45, while Kelowna’s Trevor Haaheim took third overall in 28:09. Osaduik entered the Midsummer 8 k with an impressive running resume. Among his ac-
complishments is breaking the course record at the Royal Victoria Marathon in 2006—in a time of 2:16:47—a mark that stands to this day. The top female finisher Sunday was Rachael Ruus from Richmond with a time of 30:01, with Gina Tessmann from Winnipeg finishing in 31:30, and former Kelowna runner Shannon Thompson, now from Surrey, taking third spot in 31:46. In addition to Haaheim, three other Kelowna runners cracked the top 10: Gerrad Lewin was fifth in 29:11, Glenn Lear placed sixth in 29:21,
while Mike Schmidt was 10th in 30:43. Along with Haaheim (35-39) and Lewin (2029) other age group winners from Kelowna were: Pamela Glendinning (4549), Diane Milner (5054), Shawn Baezinger (65-69), Diane Leonard (65-69) and Chelsea Yuill (16-19). The Midsummer 8K, race No. 8 of the Interior Road Race series and No. 13 of the provincial Timex series is run through the streets of the lower Mission area with the start and finish at the Mission Sports Fields on Lexington Road.
Falcons host Sox at Elks The Kelowna Falcons’ pursuit of first-place Wenatchee in the WCL’s East Division continues Friday night as the teams open a three-game series at Elks Stadium. Heading into Thursday night’s action, Kelowna had won five in a row and was tied for second with Moses Lake, 3 1/2 games back of the Apple Sox. Kelowna played in Walla Walla on Thursday, while Wenatchee took on Moses Lake. For up-todate scores visit www.wccbl.com. On Wednesday, the Falcons boosted their win streak to five with a come-
from-behind 7-4 win over the Sweets. Down 4-0 in the top of the sixth ,Jesse Sawyer belted his league-tying fifth homer of the season after Keegan Acker walked. Sawyer also hit a double for the second straight game and has recorded eight hits in the last four games. In the seventh, the Falcons struck five times as Reyn Nagamine hit an RBI double and Aaron Jones punched a two out, two-run single to put the game out of reach. Despite giving up four early runs, Brandon Creel settled down to pick up his third win of the year
and Jordan Westra nailed down the ninth for his sixth save and second in as many nights. Three Falcons pitchers—Creel, Jacob Brown and Westra—struck out 11 Sweets batters.
Heat amped up for provincials TheKelownaRambow Mechanical Heat hope their best ball of the year has been reserved for this weekend at the B.C. bantam A girls fastball championship in Cloverdale. The Victoria Devils and White Rock Renegades (94) head in as the favourites in the 16-team provincial field, with action beginning Friday morning. The Heat, the defending provincial B champions, stepped up to the A level this season for better competition—and that’s just what they’ve found. “It’s been a really good learning experience for the girls,” said head coach Bernie Penner. “At this level, there are no longer any easy games. One mistake, one error or one walk can change an entire game. We don’t have the luxury of blowing teams out any more. Every game is tough…it’s been good for the girls.” And the Heat have fared reasonably well in their first crack at A ball. Kelowna won the Ridge Meadow tournament earlier this summer. Then two weekends ago, the Heat turned in a solid performance at a tourney in
KELOWNA HEAT’S Kenzie Barbour lays down a bunt against the host team at a U16 girls fastball tournament held recently in Seattle. Barbour and the Heat will be in Cloverdale this weekend for the provincial A championship. Seattle and finished in second place losing to the host Ms Stix in the final. “It was a U16 tournament in Seattle, so our girls were younger than most of the others and they
did very well,” said Penner. “We feel like we’ve progressed and gotten better as the season has gone on. We’re not as deep as the coastal teams, but if we’re firing on all cylin-
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ders we can be there with the top teams.” With two pitchers over 6-feet tall who can throw 60 mph or more, it’s easy to see why Victoria has established itself as the favourite this weekend. And according to Penner, White Rock can be equally as tough. With Victoria hosting the Canadian bantam A championship next month, the Devils have an automatic berth into nationals. B.C. gets three berths into the championship, making the Heat’s objective this weekend crystal clear. “That’s what we’re shooting for, a top-three finish but we need to get off to a good start,” Penner added. “It’s whoever gets on a roll that’s going to have success. Once you get into the playoffs anything can happen. I think the girls are ready.” The tournament draw is being made on Thursday night with action starting Friday at 8 a.m. No fewer than six teams—depending on round-robin records— will make the playoff round with the championship final to be played on Sunday.
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Ex-Owl Jones joins Heat v’ball The UBC Okanagan Heat women’s volleyball squad will feature a definite Kelowna Owls’ flavour next season. Former KSS player Kailin Jones is the latest local talent to sign on with the Heat for the 2010-11 BCCAA campaign. Jones joins Owls teammate Chandler Proch who also recently committed to UBCO. Following an outstanding high school career, Kailin is expected to challenge for playing time and will add depth to the libero position alongside returning starter Lenai Schmidt. The transition from high school to university ball should be a rather smooth one for Jones, who has been practicing and playing with several of the Heat players for a few years now. She describes the girls on the team as “really outgoing” and notes that it “won’t be hard to feel like a part of the team.” But for Kailin the benefit of her Heat experience will come from more than just the players on the court. “Steve (Manuel) is an amazing coach and I can’t wait to
play for him.” “Kailin will bring an extra edge to our backcourt,” said Heat coach Steve Manuel. “She is a tremendously tenacious defender with a great ability to figure out opposing hitters’ tendencies. Having watched and worked with Kailin for several years now, we know that she is ready for the next level” Jones, a Kelowna Volleyball Club member, was a part of the B.C. under-18 team where she received accolades for being one of the top defenders in the province. She also served as captain for her high school team where she was named a B.C. all-star. Jones will continue her run of volleyball excellence by representing B.C. at the upcoming 2010 National Team Challenge Cup this July in Winnipeg. Jones also has a background in beach volleyball where she represented the Okanagan at the 2008 B.C. Summer Games. During her stay at UBCO, Kailin plans to attain her Science degree in either biology or biochemistry with the eventual goal of becoming a physiotherapist or lab technician.
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Two current and one former UBC Okanagan player teamed up to win the triples title at the 33rd edition of the Kelowna Triples and Reverse volleyball tournament. In the open division, Heat players Alex Basso and Preston Tucker teamed up with UBCO alumni Chris Major to take the championship. The bronze went to Chloe Deutscher, Nate Speijer and Joel Cashcetto. In the competitive division, Ed Hulshoft, Pete
Low and Julie Morin took first place 25-18, 25-16 over Thanh Pham, Lisa Pham and Bob Bayntun in the last match of the day showing off a variety of offensive skill. Rick McClaren, Lana Topham and Ben Siepermann took third place. In the recreational division, Barb Augsten, Dave Karassowitsch, Randy Duff, Lisa Parfinuk and Jay Chaisson took first place over Bill Knox, Liz Knox and Treavor Engelsmeier after a grueling three-set match (14-25,
Hayter Construction Ltd. was awarded the $4.1 million contract to build a multi-use path along the west side of Lakeshore Road and the north side of Casorso/Barrera Road. Council approved the lowest bid for 1.1 km of commuter bike lanes, curb and gutter, boulevards and a multi-use path as well as storm drainage work on Lakeshore from Swordy to Cook roads, and along 800 metres of Casorso/Barrera Road.
Parking Fine Policy Change
Beginning September 1, a $30 parking ticket received in nonmetered areas will be only reduced to $25 if paid within ten days. Previously, tickets were reduced to $5 if paid within 24 hours, or $10 if paid within a week. This policy change is expected to improve compliance with parking restrictions on non-metered streets, such as in the hospital area.
Water Purveyors Collaborate
City Council endorsed a recommendation for Kelowna’s ﬁve water purveyors to work collaboratively on a long-term city-wide approach to provide quality water at the least possible cost. Recommendations to Council, anticipated in 2011, will include an implementation plan and an assessment of the cost implications for water customers.
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Council approved a Heritage Tax Incentive agreement with the owner of the CN train station property on Ellis Street. The agreement allows the owner to oﬀset a portion of the costs associated with restoring the building through tax exemptions. kelowna.ca/council
PUBLIC NOTICES Watermain Flushing
Utility crews continue their watermain ﬂushing program to ensure the distribution system is refreshed and healthy. Crawford Road to Canyon Ridge Crescent between Westridge Drive and Parkridge Drive July 20 – July 30 During this period, lower than normal water pressure may be experienced. If water discoloured, run the cold water until clear.
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UBCO Heat in September—and Adam Dutil. In the recreational division, father-daughter duo of Hans and Quinci Birker faced Romeo Aytoni and Liz Knox for the gold. The Birkers swept the final and came out with the first place prize. Rob and Jessica Bartlett came third. Volleyball BC’s next beach event is the Okanagan Beachfest Aug. 7 and 8 at Skaha Beach in Penticton. Registration is online at volleyballbc.ca and is for 14U to 24U boys and girls
Jays vie for provincial title
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25-21, 15-13). Brad Sellars, Shane Bourdage and Karen Bourdage took the bronze. Sunday in reverse doubles, long time duo of Scott Finlayson and Karen Hocking beat out sister Victoria Hocking and partner Kyle Robinson to reach the finals of the competitive division where they took on Kevin Churcher and Trish Delwo. Finlayson and Hocking took first place 25-18, 25-15 showing some great offensive diversity. Bronze went to Clarice MacGillivray—joining
the tournament with a 140 score. Richdale fired rounds of 80-83 last week to miss the cut at the U.S. Open in Oakmont, PA. Richdale, who earned her tour card at the end of last season, has made the cut in three of eight LPGA events this season and has won $18,851. Her best finish was a 35th at the Shoprite Classic last month in Galloway, New Jersey.
JAYS AT PROVINCIALS…
The Kelowna Jays will vie for the B.C. junior baseball title this weekend in Kamloops. The Jays open play Friday at 4 p.m. against Vancouver, then Saturday will battle Victoria at 1 p.m. and Kamloops at 7 p.m. Meanwhile, in what
looked more like a score from the gridiron, the Jays beat the Vernon Diamondbacks 21-11 in Okanagan Major Baseball League action Tuesday night at Elks Stadium. Kelowna put away a tight game with eight runs in the eighth. Scott Belisnki went 4-for-4 with four runs scored, while Geoff White had three hits, two steals and two RBIs. Jared Johnson added a bases-clearing triple and Jake Chapman had three hits. On Wednesday, the Jays closed out the regular campaign with an 8-3 win over Kamloops. Starter Kyle Hart went six innings yielding just one hit and six walks, while Nick Peruzzo allowed just one hit over the last three innings The Jays will host the OMBL championship tournament July 23 to 25.
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Prepare to have your breathe whisked away by Cirque du Soleil Jennifer Smith STAFF REPORTER
It may not be under the big top, but whenever a Cirque du Soleil show roles into town one can rest assured a breathtaking performance will follow. This summer Kelowna will be one of only seven Canadian stops for the Alegria tour. Originally conceived of when the company started in 1994, Alegria was designed to play under the big top, but has been adapted for small arenas like Prospera Place, allowing the show to travel. Don’t take the word “adapted” to mean any of the show’s je ne sais quoi will be lost in translation, the show’s director of creation said. “It’s mainly just the technical. We redid the set and the lights and sound…(but) for the rest, for the content of the
show, it’s the same,” Carmen Ruest explained. In this case, that means acts like the flying man, the fire-knife dance and the power track will still go on, just as they would under the full circus tent. In fact, the power track act was invented specifically for the Alegrai performance. “We wanted to have a trampoline,” said Ruest. “But it’s hard to bring a trampoline artistically on stage.” The solution turned out to be a system of drawers under the stage floor which open to reveal a bouncy-surfaced tumbling track in an “X” formation, which allows the performers to flip along and over one another in rotation. “It’s beautiful. They jump so high and they do such beautiful choreography,” Ruest said. The acrobats in Cirque du Soleil come out
of gymnastics and have usually run the course of a sport career before starting into the company’s 16 week intensive training. The coursework includes instruction in dance, music, acting, rhythm and mask workshops, taken with up to 50 other artists. The Montreal-based company now employs some 5000 people between their various touring shows and big top setups, including musicians, dancers, singers and so forth and their performers tend to stick around. The average age is 37. Designed as family entertainment, shows like the Alegria performance have clowns who work the crowds pre-curtains to keep the little ones entertained on their way in and a musical score with something for virtually every taste—from jazz lovers to pop, tango and even klezmer. Alergia has been touring for a year in this for-
mat and is one of 21 shows currently performing throughout the world under the Cirque du Soleil name. Not surprisingly, the acrobats often switch shows, auditioning for and accept positions within the company, or inventing their own acts, throughout their career. Ruest said each show can be thought of as a creative cell where artists train and perform daily, constantly adapting and refreshing the material. For the smaller shows, like this one, there will be eight or so performances per week and the show moves each Sunday, meaning the artists are constantly on their toes. Alegria opens in Kelowna on Aug. 25 in Prospera Place and runs through Aug. 29. Tickets can be purchased on line at www.cirquedusoleil. com. email@example.com
AS THE SUN FADES on the summer season, and parents prepare to send the kids back to school, Cirque du Soleil will give us one last salute to the sun with Alegria, playing in Kelowna the last week of August.
▼ FOOD & WINE
‘Now’ wine at Crowsnest Vineyard
he journey into the mountain-hugged Similkameen Valley is comparable to winding through the wine regions in Europe—perhaps Switzerland. Like Europe, one often is rewarded by surprises at the end of each road. When you arrive at the base of the stunning valley, the town of Cawston will delight you as will its wonderful inhabitants at Crowsnest Vineyards & Barcello Canyon Estate. A best-kept secret, like the entire wine region itself, the Heinecke family offers guests a winery, a
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Jennifer Schell delicious German style restaurant with a big summer patio, a bakery and a B&B or Landgasthof. A family run business, parents Olaf and Sabine oversee the entire operation with Sascha Heinecke running the kitchen and daughter Ann as winemaker. Sascha prepares a delicious Con-
tinental-European menu with a focus on locally grown, fresh and seasonal ingredients. Everything is made in-house, including artisan breads and charcuterie with specialties like schnitzel and steak as local favourites. Daughter Ann, who is an absolute delight to visit with, is one of our youngest B.C. winemakers. Trained in Germany, her wines reflect the Deutsches style of winemaking. Ann explains: “Germans drink ‘now’ wine.” Because of the tight accommodations that are common in Germany, wine cellars are a rarity. Most
German wine enthusiasts are purchasing wine to drink right away and are not looking for winemaking styles that are built for aging. Ann focuses on showcasing “the true expression of the grape” and making wines that “everyone likes” and that are “refreshing.” This winemaking approach results in their estate-grown lineup of easy drinking wines that will be appreciated by all levels of wine lovers. The 2008 Stahltank Chardonnay is one of my new favourites. Super
THE CROWSNEST Vineyards & Barcello Canyon Estate in Cawston is run by Olaf and Sabine Heinecke with daughter Ann as winemaker and Sascha Heinecke running the kitchen.
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Greg, a Forest Geneticist for the Ministry of Forests and Range, analyzes the progress of seedlings in Vernon while planning for re-forestation across the province in response to climate change. He is just one of 3,000 PEA professionals making a difference in BC.
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▼ MOVIE PREVIEWS
AT THE MOVIES Capitol Theatre
200-3645 Gosset, West Kelowna TOY STORY 3 (not in 3-D) G daily 1:05, 3:30, 7:05 & 9:30 PREDATORS 18A daily 1:05, 3:30, 7:05 & 9:30 *No Passes Accepted* (Gift Certificates are always welcome) *Photo ID Required* TWILIGHT: ECLIPSE PG daily 12:55, 3:40, 6:55 & 9:40. INCEPTION PG daily 1:30, 6:45, & 9:40 *No Passes Accepted* (Gift Certificates are always welcome) DESPICABLE ME 3D G daily 1:15, 3:20, 7:15, & 9:20 *No Passes Accepted* (Gift Certificates are always welcome) -3D Pricing in Effect-
110-948 McCurdy, Kelowna SORCERER’S APPRENTICE Nightly at 7:05, 7:15, 9:30 & 9:55 Daily Mats at 1:05, 1:15, 3:30 & 3:55 (109 min) PG: Violence DESPICABLE ME 3D Nightly at 6:40 & 9:10 Daily Mats at 12:40 & 3:10 (95 min) G 3D PRICING IN EFFECT NO PASSES ACCEPTED DESPICABLE ME 2D Nightly at 7:00 & 9:35 Daily Mats at 1:00 & 3:35 (95 min) G NO PASSES ACCEPTED PREDATORS Nightly at 7:20 & 9:40 Daily Mats at 1:20 & 3:40 (107 min) 18A: Explicit violence PHOTO ID REQUIRED. NO PASSES ACCEPTED GROWN UPS Nightly at 7:10 & 9:25 Daily Mats at 1:10 & 3:25 (103 min) PG: Coarse language TOY STORY 3 (3D) Nightly at 6:35 & 9:15 Daily Mats at 12:35 & 3:15 (109 min) G 3D PRICING IN EFFECT TOY STORY 3 (not 3D) Nightly at 6:50 & 9:20 Daily Mats at 12:50 & 3:20 (109 min) G A-TEAM Nightly at 6:55 & 9:45 Daily Mats at 12:55& 3:45 (119 min) PG: Violence and coarse language ROBIN HOOD Nightly at 6:45 & 9:40 (140 min) 14A: Violence PLEASE NOTE THERE WILL BE NO 6:40PM SHOWING ON SUNDAY JULY 18 IRON MAN 2 Daily Mats at 12:45 & 3:40 (124 min) PG: Violence & coarse language PLEASE NOTE THERE WILL BE NO 3:40PM SHOWING ON SUNDAY JULY 18 WWE MONEY IN THE BANK – Sunday July 18th at 5:00pm – Tickets $12.95 + TAX
261 Bernard, Kelowna THE SORCERER’S APPRENTICE PG Nightly at 7:10 & 9:30, Sat & Sun Matinees 1:10 & 3:30 PREDATORS 18A Nightly at 7:00 & 9:25, Sat & Sun Matinees at 1:20 & 3:40 GROWN UPS PG Nightly at 6:50 & 9:20, Sat & Sun Matinees at 12:50 & 3:20 www.landmarkcinemas.com
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Sorcerer’s Apprentice light entertainment
he summer movie season has been in full swing since May and we have had our fair share of “popcorn” movies. The latest, The Sorcerer’s Apprentice, opened on Wednesday and is another good example of the summer blockbuster. It stars Nicolas Cage, is directed by Jon Turteltaub and is produced by Jerry Bruckheimer, the team behind the National Treasure movies. The Sorcerer’s Apprentice is inspired by the animated short in Fantasia featuring Mickey Mouse and also stars Ottawaborn Jay Baruchel and Alfred Molina. Cage plays a sorcerer who recruits Baruchel to help him stop his archnemesis in modern day Manhattan. Full of special effects and magical action, it is sure to entertain the family, but do not expect anything more than that. We are going to see a summer blockbuster with a little more substance to it this weekend—Inception. Since his featurelength debut with Following, writer-director Christopher Nolan has proven that he is one of the most talented filmmakers in the
CHRISTOPHER NOLAN (left) directs Leonardo DiCaprio and Cillian Murphy in Inception. business. His next film, Memento was brilliant— an engaging thriller about a man with short-term memory loss, the story of which was told backwards in time. His followup, Insomnia, was ironically named because, even though it had a good story and a strong cast, it could actually put you to sleep. He rebounded after that with Batman Begins, which is my favourite superhero movie of all time (yes, I liked it better than the more successful sequel The Dark Knight). Between the two Batman movies, Nolan directed The Prestige, a moder-
ately successful movie about two competing magicians. Although, not a blockbuster, it continued to show Nolan’s strengths as a storyteller. His latest movie, Inception, opens this weekend, and without having seen it, it will continue to show that Nolan can balance substance with mass appeal. He has assembled an impressive cast lead by Leonardo DiCaprio and includes Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Ellen Page, Ken Watanabe, Cillian Murphy, Tom Berenger, Marion Cotillard, Pete Postlethwaite and Michael Caine. And
even though it looks like a cross between The Matrix and Dreamscape (a 1984 thriller starring Dennis Quaid), its story of a world where technology exists to enter and exploit people’s dreams creates the possibility of a movie that could be wholly original. Although I love Nolan’s work and think he ranks with Spielberg and Scorsese as a filmmaker, I want to be careful not to raise people’s expectations too high. One of the reasons why I was not as fond of The Dark Knight as I was Batman Begins was because
of the hype prior to its release. Although everything about the former was as good as it gets, it did not live up to the attention it received and I do caution that Inception might disappoint some people in the same way. However, it is a popcorn movie with substance and it will not only do well at the box office, but will eventually become a cherished addition to Blu-Ray collections everywhere. Rick Davis is the manager of the Capitol Theatre in West Kelowna. capitol_wes@ landmarkcinemas.ca
Wines best drunk fresh Crowsnest from A21 fruit fresh with aromas of peaches, apple and pear, I love the creamy mouth feel. This won best un-
oaked chardonnay in Canada for 2005. 2007 merlot is rich and smooth with a velvety wave of flavours highlighting black cher-
ries with a hit of cracked pepper. Jennifer Schell is editor of B.C. Wine Trails Magazine. email@example.com
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Wilmot home for annual concert Kelowna violinist Melissa Wilmot, who recently debuted at New York’s Carnegie Hall, will be joined for two concert dates in Kelowna by pianist Claudia Chan, winner of the 2010 EckhardtGramatté competition. Their program will feature the music of Mozart, Chan Ka Nin, Ravel, and Corigliano. Wilmot, 21, is currently a student of Paul Kantor at The Royal Conservatory’s Glenn Gould School in Toronto. She recently made her Carnegie Hall debut as a selected participant in the Kronos Quartet’s professional training workshop, where, in addition to working alongside the members of the Kronos Quartet, she performed in Carnegie’s Weill and Zankel halls. Wilmot has been featured frequently as concert master of the Royal Conservatory Orchestra under maestros Johannes Debus, Uri Mayer, Zubin Mehta and Peter Oundjian. She has performed
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MELISSA WILMOT at her current artistic residence—The Royal Conservatory’s Glenn Gould School in Toronto. extensively throughout Toronto and abroad and has been broadcast nationally on CBC Radio 2 as well as live performances on Classical 96.3. Born and raised in Kelowna, she was a full-time professional member of the Okanagan Symphony orchestra from 2001-2008 and was featured on three separate occasions as soloist with the orchestra. Wilmot was the recipient of the 2007 City of Kelowna civic award in the category of Teen Honour in the Arts. She has performed in masterclasses with many renowned violinists including James
Ehnnes, Mark Fewer, Miriam Fried, Christian Tetzlaff and Mimi Zweig, and has also worked with the Tokyo, Ethel string quartet. Wilmot was a participant in the 2007 and 2008 Symphony Orchestra Academy of the Pacific as well as the 2009 Youth Orchestra of the Americas concert tour of the USA and Canada, and was invited back to perform with them in Carnegie Hall in February this year as well as at the Biennial of the Americas in Denver in July. She was selected to participate in the 2010
Mannes Institute Festival for Contemporary Performance in New York. Claudia Chan, 20, made her concert debut at the age of 11 playing Mozart’s Concerto in C major, K.415 with the Thirteen Strings chamber orchestra, under the direction of Jean-François Rivest. The following year, she recorded Chopin’s Polonaise in g#minor for TVOntario’s MusicMakers series. Since then, she has competed and performed successfully in several national and international piano competitions, among these a semi-final appearance at the Eastman Inter-
national Young Artists Competition in 2006 and five national appearances at the Canadian Music Competitions. Chan has been heard on the soundtracks of many short films produced by the Canadian Film Composers Guild and the Ontario Arts Council. She also recently appeared in the Mannes Institute Festival for Contemporary Performance in New York. The concerts are Friday July 16 and Saturday July 17, 7:30 p.m. at the Christ Lutheran Church, 2091 Gordon Dr. . Admission by donation, at the door.
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Volunteers ‘heart and soul’ of AIDS Walk
iving Positive Resource Centre is the Okanagan’s main line of support for people infected and affected by HIV, AIDS, and hepatitis B and C. On Sunday, Sept. 19, Living Positive, in partnership with Interior Savings Credit Union, will hold its 14th annual Okanagan AIDS Walk. Volunteers are truly the heart and soul of the AIDS Walk; without them we could not stage this event. We are so appreciative of the time and effort put in by volunteers in previous years. We humbly invite our experienced volunteers back again for 2010, and welcome any new faces too. Volunteers at the AIDS Walk do a variety of jobs – registering walkers, acting as walk marshals, and assisting with set-up and take-down of tents and equipment. To volunteer, please call 250-862-2437 and ask for the Volunteer Coordinator. You can also view and apply for specif-
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er pledges. For more information on how to set up a giving page, visit the LPRC website at www. livingpositive.ca. All proceeds from the AIDS Walk will go to the Living ic AIDS Walk volunteer jobs through the Kelowna Community Resources volunteer opportunities site. Go to www.kcr.com, and search “AIDS” to find our listing. This year’s Walk will be held at Kerry Park, and walkers are encouraged to spice things up by dressing in crazy costumes. Great prizes will go to top fundraisers and best costume, and there will be a variety of door prizes as well. A low-cost pancake breakfast will kick off the event at 9am and the walk will proceed at 10:30am. We will happily accept paper pledge forms from walkers, but this year we are also using online giving pages - a new and easy way for walkers and their teams to gath-
Positive Resource Centre client services fund. Dawn Wilkinson is the coordinator for the Community Information and Volunteer Centre. 250-763-8008, ext 24
Westside Residential Waste Disposal & Recycling Centre
New Days of Operation –
Starting Friday, July 16th, we’ll be open Friday, Saturday, Sunday & Monday from 7:30 am - 4:00 pm (closed Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday)
The NEW Centre offers convenient services at the landfill property on Asquith Road (off Shannon Lake Road). We continue to accept residential garbage, metals and white goods and residential wood waste for fees based on the amount for disposal. We also continue to accept without charge, up to 250 kg. of residential yard waste. Recyclables and unwanted reusable items may be dropped off seven days a week 7:30 am – 4:00 pm. More information? Visit regionaldistrict.com or call 250-768-7110. Combat Illegal Dumping! Report violations and sites – 250-469-6250
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▼ OUR VIEW
We’ve all been warned, again
BRUCE MCAULIFFE Publisher
BARRY GERDING Managing Editor
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ot that we should need a reminder anymore living in the Central Okanagan, but the danger of forest fires hit home again this week. First came the fire in Seclusion Bay, which carried the potential to spread both into West Kelowna and/or Peachland. Then on Thursday, at the same burned-out terrain torched by the 2003 Okanagan Mountain Provincial Park fire, another spark was ignited at the south end of Lakeshore Road in Kelowna.
In a routine that is becoming the norm for us during July and August every summer it seems like, people were evacuated from their homes or vacation lodging. One house was lost in the Seclusion Bay fire, while the damage from the Upper Mission fire didn’t include any property loss. But both fires reiterate how important it is to take whatever fire safety steps and precautions you can if you live in an interface area near the bush. And it is also a sad remind-
er that some of the fun of camping outdoors, so readily accessible to us in the Central Okanagan, has been dampened by need for campfire bans. That there are still people throwing cigarette butts out their car windows while driving in those interface areas is still frustrating to witness. That laziness is not worth ignoring when you consider the stress and emotional upheaval it causes people to first experience the need to evacuate their homes due to a fire, and to actually see
those flames turn your life upside down by the incinerated damage left behind. So to borrow a famous line from the ‘80s television show police drama Hill Street Blues, take to heart the words of the sergeant speaking to his shift of cops heading out for duty” “Let’s be careful out there.” For all the wet and cold weather we’ve had over the past month, we’ve seen this week how two or three days of plus-30 C temperatures can change the fire hazard so quickly.
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FRIDAY’S QUESTION: Now that the final figures on the cost have been revealed, do you still think it was worthwhile for B.C. to host the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver and Whistler?
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With final numbers coming in, were Olympics worth it? B
y now you may have seen the updated version of the B.C. government’sYou Gotta Be Here advertising campaign. Created to promote visits to the Olympics and aimed mainly at the U.S. audience, the first round of TV ads featured actors Michael J. Fox and Kim Cattrall as well as basketball star Steve Nash and other high-profile B.C. products. The post-Olympic TV ads are now running around North America as well, but they have a more domestic flavour. Speed skater Denny Morrison of Fort St. John, skier Ashleigh McIvor of Pemberton and Paralympic skier Lauren Woolstencroft of North
Vancouver won’t ring too many bells in New York or Los Angeles. Cranbrook’s favourite hockey player Scott Niedermayer holds up his gold medal and then a golden glass of B.C. wine, his face recognizable for U.S. hockey fans but possibly not as heartwarming as it is for us. And once again, the world is advised of the location of The Best Place On Earth. Now that the books have closed on the 2010 Olympics, the question remains whether B.C. got its money’s
worth. The answer still depends to a large extent on what will come of the ads and the rest of the exposure B.C. generated with its two weeks in the global Tom spotlight, but at least Fletcher the cost side is in. The direct cost to B.C. taxpayers is $925 million. That includes the province’s initial $600 million budget to stage the Olympics and an extra $165 million to top up the ballooning security budget once the RCMP took control of it. The last chapter was revealed Fri-
day. It’s an accounting of $160 million to cover the bureaucracy known as the Games Secretariat, cocktail parties for VIPs at Vancouver’s posh Terminal City Club, community torch celebrations, “live sites” around the province and millions that the B.C. Liberal government pitched in to add dazzle to the opening ceremonies. Debate about the costs has raged for years, not just about the marketing efforts but the costly decisions to ramp up the SkyTrain, highway and convention centre upgrades to get them ready in time. “This chump-change cost estimate is an insult to the taxpayers of British Columbia because it doesn’t
include the Olympic-sized spending blowout on projects promised in the original bid,” said Maureen Bader of the Canadian Taxpayers’ Federation. “We know the convention centre, the Canada Line and the Sea-to-Sky highway upgrade together cost almost $4 billion—it’s time the government admitted these were Olympic costs and give taxpayers a full account of the Games.” Finance Minister Colin Hansen insisted last week that the highway and convention centre were committed to before Vancouver was awarded the Games. As usual, he sidestepped j See Fletcher A21
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Drivers need tips
To the editor: I read Barry Gerding’s column: You’re Taking Your Life In Your Own Hands On Our Roads, (July 11 Capital News) and I couldn’t agree more. I don’t know what it is about the drivers in Kelowna but the three most common transgressions I find here are: 1 Not stopping at stop signs. They are more like a yield sign here 2 Running amber lights or even turning when it is red 3 When making a left hand turn onto a two-lane roadway they turn into the outside instead of the inside lane. One thought that I have is maybe the local papers and the radio station could incorporate a, Driving Tip Of The Day. The papers could put it out with each issue and the radio stations could air it two or three times a day. I am sure there is no shortage of driving tips to fill a segment. Possibly if the people heard or read these tips enough times they might, just might, pay a little more attention to their lack of proper driving skills. John Grant, Kelowna
To the editor: On April 19 while I was travelling north on Highway 97, my vehicle completely shut down electrically at the lights at Banks Road. My hazard lights did not work so consequently I felt very exposed and vulnerable in the middle lane of traffic. As I waited for a tow truck I tried to direct traffic around my wounded vehicle. I felt bad that I had caused this inconvenience for other motorists but that bad feeling was about to change. A young man pulled right up behind me and, thinking he did not know that I was stuck there, I went over to explain that he would
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Good Samaritan at right time have to go around me. He said “No, I have put on my hazard lights for you.” Feeling enormous relief and gratitude, I thanked him. He quickly assessed the situation to find out what was wrong and to see if a tow truck was on its way. He put the hood of my car up so people would see that it was a mechanical break down. When I said that I felt bad that I was causing this inconvenience to other motorists, he said “Don’t worry, people should just learn to be patient.” He stayed with me until the tow truck arrived, even helping direct traffic so the tow truck could get into position.
What could have motivated this young man, who was a complete stranger to me, to act in such a kind and compassionate way? I offered him money for his help which he adamantly refused. Could it be that he was truly just a kind and compassionate young man acting in a kind and compassionate way? All that I learned about him in our brief time together in the middle lane of traffic on Highway 97 was his name and that he was a fairly new resident of Kelowna from Edmonton. Yes, what I learned about him was a “little” but what he taught me was
“great.” I saw in action what it truly means to be a good neighbour. So, for those of you who chose to yell out your window at me as you drove by and for those that were agitated for having to pull around me, I do apologize for those 10 seconds out of your lives that I cost you. But to you, Darren Borys, wherever you are, thank you! Our paths will probably never cross again but this act of kindness and neighborliness that you displayed on my behalf will not be forgotten. Thank you! Thank you! Thank you! Velma Feeny, Kelowna
‘Egotistical racket from disrespectful yahoos’ To the editor: Earlier this spring I heard that the Kelowna RCMP was having an initiative to check on the improper tinting of vehicle windows. I know there are laws with regard to tinting but much bigger problems exist here with regards to noisy vehicles. The tinting does not affect the citizens as does the offensive
noise. It is nearly impossible to have the windows open in the house day and/or night because of the noise created by vehicles with no mufflers, noisy muffler add-ons and motorcycles. The noise is so great that while waiting for a walk light one day last week, a sleeping baby in a buggy was awakened and stared screaming
when one of these illegal vehicles came screaming through the intersection. There are laws regarding the noise of vehicles. It is most often the case that these drivers speed as well, I guess to draw attention to themselves. We, the law abiding citizens of Kelowna, should have the right to sit outside and converse
or sleep with a window open in the warm summer months without having to put up with all the egotistical racket that these disrespectful yahoos bring to our streets. Sir, please consider an initiative to penalize the offending drivers of these vehicles and motorcyclists. Carol Gautier, Kelowna
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Elders haven’t made health care expensive To the editor: I keep hearing that Canada’s aging population is isolating our health care funds. In the early 1960s a valiant lady named Mary English began her campaign for a legal lottery or a sweepstakes in Canada, the profits to be used for the benefit of hospitals and the care of the sick. After a long struggle she presented her petition to Pierre Elliot Trudeau, minister of justice at the time, and she thought she had achieved her goal. The profits from such a lottery would have given Canadians the best health care hospitals in the universe. But when our beloved leaders saw the
amount of profit to be made from the venture they decided that a portion of that money would buy a lot of votes from special interest groups. The biggest portion would be put into general revenue from which politicians draw their pensions, their pay raises and little perks like world travel. There would be some left over for health care. Will Canada’s aging population break the health care system? I don’t think so. I firmly believe that money spent on travel to photo ops by Premier look-at-me-I’m-so-pretty Gordon Campbell would buy many prescriptions
and prostheses with funds left over for some bedpans and retention catheters. I am old and because of many prescription medications I keep getting older. I am a burden to the health care system but please tell me, if health care covers the disposal costs of unwanted, unborn potential taxpayers, then why are there no gas chambers for people like me? Just think what our beloved leaders could do with all that pension money. Look-at-meI’m-so-pretty could pose for photo ops on the moon as he looks for evidence of something environmentally green (cheese perhaps?) Clara E. Campbell, Kelowna
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Benefits just starting to come in Express yourself Fletcher from A20 the extra cost of accelerating these projects, which in the case of the convention centre ended up doubling the bill to almost $900 million. Hansen makes a point that is often overlooked, in provincial budgets as well as the Olympic project. There’s a difference between money spent on
a shiny new transit line that fills with passengers each morning and money spent on a VIP reception. Most of the Olympic cost went to build tangible things, including a waterfront athlete’s village that will eventually pay off handsomely for the Vancouver taxpayers who bailed it out. The crucial measure can’t be made yet, but
there are hints. Not long after Beijing handed the torch off to Vancouver, Canada finally got approved travel destination status with China. And soon after that, Air Canada and Air China began adding flights between the countries. This is just the beginning. Tom Fletcher is Black Press legislative reporter. email@example.com
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▼ MLA’S REPORT
Reflections on a year of progress for Westside-Kelowna I t’s hard to believe my first year as MLA for Westside-Kelowna has passed and the summer is upon us. After many months of sitting in the B.C. Legislature, I now have the opportunity to spend a significant amount of time in my riding and reflect on all that we’ve accomplished in the last year. Despite the volatility created by the global economic crisis, B.C. has weathered the economic downturn extremely well. Our deficit is $1 bil-
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oration between the federal government, the province and local partners. The Westside Wastewater Treatment, that serves Peachland, West Kelowna and the Westbank First Nation, received more than $7 million for upgrades. Additionally, $3.4 million was allocated to several parks throughout the area to provide additional recreation and leisure amenities for you and your family. Kelowna is also quickly becoming a hub
for health care in the interior of the province. The new clinical teaching building at Kelowna General Hospital, home of the Southern Medical Program, is now complete and ready to begin training doctors. Further, the first-ever cardiac procedure was performed at Kelowna General Hospital, marking the first time a percutaneous coronary intervention has been done anywhere in the province outside of the Lower Mainland and Victoria. Also, on Feb.1 a new state-of-the-art radiation therapy treatment unit and a brachytherapy suite was officially opened at the B.C. Cancer Agency’s Centre for the Southern Interior, which will help more patients from our community get better cancer care, closer to home. As well this year, we saw the largest sporting event ever in B.C. when
our province hosted the 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games. Our community came together in celebration as we cheered our Canadian athletes on to win recordsetting gold medals. Thanks again to the Westbank First Nation for donating the wood used to build the podium on which Canada’s first Olympic gold medal on home soil was celebrated. And who could forget, right here in West Kelowna and Kelowna, we hosted the Olympic torch along its 45,000 km, 106day journey. It’s been quite a year but there are many more good things ahead of us. I am honoured to represent Westside-Kelowna and look forward to continuing my work in making B.C. the best place on earth. Ben Stewart is the Liberal MLA for WestsideKelowna.
Lifeguards competed at H2O competition For the first time in four years, a lifeguard competition was held in Kelowna as the YMCA-YWCA of the Central Okanagan hosted the Lifeguard Competition at the H2O Centre last weekend. Ten teams traveled to Kelowna to compete with Maximum Bather Load, a team from Coquitlam, winning the event. “Our goal was to bring teams together from other communities to enjoy friendly competition and to test each others lifeguarding, first aid and fitness skills,” said Shawn Bourgoin, H2O’s aquatic manager. “As an employer of over 80 young people working as lifeguards/instructors at H2O, this type of event is great for team building and ensuring our staff’s safety and rescue skills are of the highest level.” The sponsors of the event included Solo Smart Energy Bar; Dirty Dog Sunglasses Canada; DB Perks; City of Kelowna; and BC Safety Products Ltd.
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With the winds experienced across the Central Okanagan earlier this week, all the ground scraped along Ferry Wharf Road has become a source of dirt which is blown in the wind towards Kelowna. Attempts to spray water over the disturbed ground cover to minimize the airborne dirt has not been an effective deterrent so far. JUDIE STEEVES /CAPITAL NEWS
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CADILLAC is steadily expending this CTS range of luxury mid-size vehicles from a sedan to a coupe and this, the 2010 CTS Sport Wagon that carries all of the signature Cadillac styling clues like the bumper to roofline vertical LED taillights.
So nice, I drove it twice. In early January, I drove the 2011 Cadillac CTS Sport Wagon and found it so good it was a natural for the newly created Canadian Automotive Jury Best of the Best Award for Automotive Excellence. The Best of the Best is judged by (arguably) Canada’s 10 top automotive writers/broadcasters, of which I am one. More information can be found at www.thecanadianautomotivejury.ca. What makes this award different is it recognizes a “family” of cars, not one specific new model as the overall best of the best. The just released Cadillac CTS Coupe joins the Sedan, the 556 hp CTS-V and Sport Wagon (as tested here) offering rear- or all-wheel-drive, three engines and, well you get the picture. There is a Cadillac CTS for just about every taste.
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Friday, July 16, 2010
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AT THE FRONT, the 2010 Cadillac CTS Sport Wagon is instantly recognizable by the grille treatment and upright front headlights. CONTRIBUTED
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Optional GPS a nifty feature Cadillac from B3 which is one of the reasons why European sports sedans and wagons are so much fun to drive. My tester came equipped with a nifty monitor of the optional GPS navigation system that normal stows behind the upper section of the centre stack. Press the “up” button and it glides into place. It also doubles as the screen for the backup camera. Cadillac offers owners a choice of six leather colours. My tester has the “Cashmere” hue that was matched by saddle beige interior trim along with wood inserts on the dash and all four door panels with wood used for the upper rim of the steering wheel. One of the cool features is the standard Memory/Personalization Package. Not only does it remember the setting for the position of the driver’s seat in each of the two keys, it also remembers the seat exit position, exterior mirrors settings, climate control settings and radio station pre-sets. But wait, there’s more. This feature also allows the driver to program his/her name, the twilight Sentinel delay, remote activation verification, perimeter lighting, auto door lock mode, delaying door locking, passenger window lock out and chime volume. One of my journeys took me to Mosport Racetrack for an event to raise funds for the Canadian Motorsport Hall of Fame. I took back roads all the way that roll and wind through long stretches of
wheat and cornfields and, thankfully, devoid of traffic. The body of the Sport Wagon rides low and I feared damaging the front fascia on potholes but the suspension took care of everything and I can tell you that I was really moving. Most owners will never be racing their Sport Wagons on the track, although I am sure the 3.6 AWD would be surprisingly competent. Where this vehicle will live is on the highways or suburban streets where comfortable, long-legged cruising and ease of operation is what the owner needs and wants. And if you want, it can tow up to 1,000 lb (454 kg). This wagon really stands out in a crowd which is what I would want in a premium automobile costing more than sixty grand. And, with almost 1,700 litres of cargo capacity, it makes for the kind of useful utility you just can’t get with a sedan.
CADILLAC CTS SPORT WAGON 3.6L AWD 2010
Body Style: Premium mid-size wagon. Drive Method: frontengine, all-wheel-drive. Engine: 3.6-litre, DOHC V6 (304 hp, 273 lb/ft). Tow Rating: 454 kg (1,000 lb). Fuel Economy: Regular fuel: 11.7L/100 km city, 7.4L/100 km highway Price: Base, $53.790; as tested, $66,1555 including $1,420 shipping fee. Web: gm.ca/cadillac
Friday, July 16, 2010
capital news B5
Kia EcoDynamics program seeks to develop greenest cars which is comparable to the distance existing massproduced cars can travel
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Kia and its sister company, Hyundai, want to be seen as leaders in sustainable mobility by developing leading edge emission-free vehicles. t EcoDynamics is Kia’s new sub-brand that will be tapplied to the most ecofriendly cars within each fKia model range. Under the new EcoDynamics sub-brand, Kia Motors began last year releasing a new green tvehicle every year for the next four years starting with the propane hybrid Forte LPi now on sale in Korea. “Eco Dynamics” comrbines “eco” from “ecology” (nature and environment) and “economy” (efficiency) with “dynamics” r(energy and vitality). During a recent tour by Canadian journalists of Kia’s research facilities at Namyang, Kia revealed some of vehicles either coming to market or being studied. The Optima Hybrid will make its debut in North America late this tyear. It uses a full hybrid system, with a clutch and ta six-speed automatic transmission connected to the engine and an electric motor, allowing the vehicle to run solely on the electric motor at low speeds. What makes it different from other hybrids is its use of a lithium-ion polymer battery that does away with most of the drawbacks of lithium-ion battery packs. In 2012, Kia Motors plans to launch its first plug-in hybrid model, equipped with its proprietary Flexible Hybrid System (FHS) and boasting the highest level of fuel economy in the world. FHS expands the
range of the electric motor, using two motors and planetary gearing. It also features a continuously variable transmission that raises the range of control at the optimal driving level, thereby dramatically enhancing fuel economy. By replacing a few parts (higher battery power, rechargeable system and power cable) the vehicle can be turned into a high-output plugin hybrid electric vehicle (PHEV). In the meantime, Kia Motors also plans to develop a PHEV that can be recharged at homes. In short, Kia plans to respond proactively to North America’s ZEV (zero emission vehicle) laws and regulations. Kia Motors is planning to launch a compact electric CUV in 2011 that brings together existing and newly developed EV technologies. This compact CUV model will be equipped with a highperformance lithium-ion polymer battery and an EV-specific electric power component. It will be a multi-purpose vehicle, well suited for urban driving as well as light cargo transport. Kia Motors is also working to secure safety and reliability by building a sophisticated system that eliminates risk factors posed by high-voltage electric components. Kia Motors has been engaged in developing fuel cell technologies since 1988. In 2009, Kia succeeded in developing the Borrego FCEV, which features a 115-kW fuel cell stack, the world’s most powerful, and a next-generation energy storage unit known as a super capacitor. The fuel cell stack is built into the FCEV under the floor for even weight
kW fuel cell stack (the world’s most powerful) and a next-generation energy storage unit known as a super capacitor. Everything fits beneath the floor.
THE KIA BORREGO-BASED FCEV features a 115-
with a single fueling. It can also travel at a speed of up to 160 km/h.
drogen storage system, the FCEV can travel up to 758 km on a single charge,
enhances safe maneuverability. With its 700-bar hy-
distribution. This setup enables a more dynamic driving performance and
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B6 capital news
Friday, July 16, 2010
▼ TEST DRIVE
Buick Regal CXL shakes off its old man image
See Regal B8
THE 2011 BUICK REGAL is now arriving in showrooms in topline CXL trim available with a choice of two, four-cylinder engines and two transmissions.
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It was deja vu all over again driving the 2011 Buick Regal from Vancouver to Kelowna. Some 13 years ago I drove the then new 1997 Regal over the same road and with the same codriver, the Toronto Star’s Jim Kenzie. Back then, you had a choice of a 3.8-litre normally aspirated or supercharged V6 in the 1997 Regal and Regal GS respectively. It was a solid performer that was stoutly built giving great value for the dollar which, frankly, at that time, a lot of GM
vehicles did not. For instance, my neighbour has a 1997 Regal GS he uses as a daily driver. With more than 300,000 km on the clock the heads have never been off and he has yet to have a major mechanical failure. Built in GM Canada’s Oshawa production plant for much of its life in the first generation, the Regal was so good it was named as tops in quality and owner satisfaction in 2003 by no less an authority than J. D. Power and Associates. Interestingly, the Regal
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2003 MITSUBISHI ECLIPSE Locally owned, full service records, 200hp, sunroof, leather, 5 spd
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2004 JEEP LIBERTY COLUMBIA A/T, V6
2003 HONDA CIVIC SI COUPE Only 73,000 km, sunroof, spoiler, perfect for summer!
2004 NISSAN XTERRA Leather, sunroof, immaculate condition!
2008 SUBARU IMPREZA SPORT SDN Spoiler, heated seats, premium audio, symmetrical AWD
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Friday, July 16, 2010
capital news B7
▼ ROAD TEST
2010 your last chance to get a Mitsubishi Galant ES Rob Beintema CONTRIBUTOR
Say hello to the 2010 Galant. I could probably convince you that this is a brand new addition to the Mitsubishi lineup. That line has worked on a few people when I introduced them to this car. But the Galant has actually been around in one form or another since 1969. Some of its Canadian market predecessors will ring a bell—the Dodge Colt, Plymouth Cricket, the Eagle 2000GTX. And a few of the kinkier offshoots in its past have included a GTO version, a rally-inspired twin-turbo VR-4 model and even a kitted-out AMG version, created before that race-tuning company was absorbed by MercedesBenz. Over the years, the Galant has evolved from compact car beginnings through nine generations of change and evolution to its current midsize form. “So why haven’t I seen it around?” you might ask. Oh, you’ve seen it. You just haven’t noticed it. The 2010 Mitsubishi Galant is a fairly capable, five passenger, four door, front-wheel-drive, midsize
sedan. But, although Mitsubishi dutifully boasts of “singular styling and performance,” the Galant has remained relatively anonymous with a generic exterior design and an interior to match. And in the important midsize market, “fairly capable” just doesn’t cut it. The Galant has to compete with contenders like the new Ford Fusion, the Toyota Camry and Honda Accord. Not to mention the new Hyundai Sonata, Mazda6, Nissan Altima, and Chev Malibu. The list goes on and on with competitors at the top of their game in a match with no mercy rule. As late as last year, Mitsubishi gave the 2009 Galant a final push with a standard four-cylinder ES model and two V6-powered offerings including an available Ralliart sport package. For 2010, the Galant model selection has been scaled back to a single engine, single trim level ES model. It harnesses the 2.4-litre, SOHC, MIVEC four-cylinder engine that make 160 hp at 5500 rpm and 157 lb/ft of torque @ 4000 rpm. This engine pulls well enough to get the job done. See Galant B9
THE 2010 MITSUBISHI GALANT, is a midsize sedan offered in a single trim ES package with fuel-efficient fourcylinder power and a respectable list of included features and standard equipment. CONTRIBUTED
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2009 MITSUBISHI GALANT ES M1201
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WOW only 9,000 kms, back-up, power sunroof, camera, 20” wheels, trailer tow package, dual b/i power seats taxes in NEW MSRP $54,000
280 35,390 $
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2006 TOYOTA TUNDRA TRD
6 passenger, loaded, auto, A/C, full power group, low kms. b/i was $15,990
138 13,390 $
2007 MAZDA 5 M1215
One owner, lease return, loaded, power sunroof, balance b/i of factory warranty. taxes in was $15,990
Loaded, Kelowna car, no accidents, wow, only 28,000 kms. b/i was $20,990
2006 MAZDA ‘3’ SPORT M1234
b/i taxes in
2007 SUBARU IMPREZA AWD M1108
154 0 DOWN $12,845 $
b/i taxes in
2008 KIA SPECTRA 5 M1155 Loaded, auto, A/C, full power group. was $14,990
Fully loaded, leather, power moonroof. WOW, only 59,000 kms b/i was $15,990
b/i taxes in
2009 NISSAN SENTRA FE+ M1236
4x4, V8, auto, fully loaded, wow one owner, lease return b/i with only 66,000 kms taxes in was $25,990
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THE 2.4-LITRE, SOHC, MIVEC 4-cylinder engine
makes 160 hp at 5500 rpm and 157 lb/ft of torque at 4000 rpm. Tall gearing on a four-speed, Sportronic automatic transmission achieves respectable fuel economy numbers of 9.8/6.6L/100km (city/hwy).
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2, 4, 6 • 60 month term. 7, 9 • 72 month term. 3, 5, 8, 10 • 84 month term. 1 • 96 month term. 1 • 7.29% total paid $25,548.00. 2 • 9.39% total paid $2,881.63. 3 • 5.79% total paid $18,079.50. 4 • 5.79% total paid $17,862. 5 • 7.79% total paid $17,129.00 6 • 5.79% total paid $30,774.14. 7 • 7.69% total paid $24,415.26 (includes interest). 8 • 5.79% total paid $50,790.74. 9 • 7.79% total paid $20,485.00. 10 • 7.69% total paid $31,396.
B8 capital news
Friday, July 16, 2010
Initial offering 2.4-l Ecotec engine Regal from B6
The Regal will initially be offered in the topline CXL trim level with a starting price of $31,990. Standard engine is a 2.4-litre Ecotec four-
will again be built in Oshawa starting in the spring of 2011. Currently, it is sourced from Germany.
cylinder with direct fuel injection producing 182 hp and 172 lb/ft of torque. Available in the fall will be a twin-scroll, 2.0-litre turbocharged four-cylin-
der making an estimated 220 hp and 258 lb/ft of torque. It will have a starting price of $34,990. The base CX will arrive early next year, Buick
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inch alloy wheels with P215/60R16 all-season tires replace the former entry-level steel wheels. Inside, a new black cloth interior seat fabric replaces previous multiple choices and it is complemented by a new black woodgrain trim. Mitsubishi has also added an auxiliary audio input jack to the audio system. Those new additions have been tacked onto a long list of standards that include four-wheel ABS disk brakes with Electronic Brakeforce Distribution (EBD); six airbags; a MacPherson strut (front) and multilink (rear) suspension; colour-keyed, dual heated power side view mirrors and variable intermittent wipers; as well as standard halogen headlamps; manual air conditioning; a six-way adjustable driver seat; cruise control; a power group of electric windows, door locks and trunk release; tire pressure monitoring system; and the Mitsubishi 140-watt six-speaker AM/FM/CD/
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Kemess Mine is a large open pit copper – gold mining operation located in north-central British Columbia, approximately 300 kilometres northwest of Mackenzie B.C. Kemess Mine is owned and operated by Northgate Minerals Corporation. More information on Northgate Minerals Corporation and Kemess Mine can be found at www. northgateminerals.com . The mine is a fly in / fly out operation with a 5,000’ lighted airstrip, 540 room camp, first aid, exercise and recreation facilities. These positions will work a two-week in two-week out rotation. Flights are provided from Smithers and Prince George. Kemess Mine is currently recruiting the following positions: MILLWRIGHT The successful candidate must possess a valid Millwright BC certification of trade qualification, ideally coupled with an interprovincial qualification. The successful candidate will have 2 years of Sag/Ball Concentrator experience. INSTRUMENTATION MECHANIC The successful candidate must possess a valid Instrument Mechanic certification of trade qualification (Red Seal Certification), ideally coupled with a minimum of 2 years experience in an industrialized setting. Familiarity with Allen Bradley PLC’s, Foxboro IA DCS as well as flow, pressure, temperature, level instruments and control valves is preferred.An apprentice who has completed their third year will be considered. Qualified candidates are invited to send their resume with contact information for three work related references to: Kemess Mine – Northgate Minerals Corporation Human Resources Recruiter P.O. Box 3519 Smithers, BC V0J 2N0 Fax: (604) 639-8501 (We sincerely appreciate the interest of all applicants however; only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted)
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OKANAGAN’S Diversiﬁed Concrete Specialist is looking for a data entry person with QuickBooks exp., Minor accounting exp, personable on the phone & some knowledge of the concrete industry would be a bonus. The position is out of a home based ofﬁce. Pay will be excellent for the right candidate. Looking for someone to start training immediately. Please call 250-4516944 SHAPERS Salon, in the Towne Centre Mall, downtown Kelowna is inviting enthusiastic creative Stylists to join our professional team, full time or part time, experience and clientele is an asset, chair rentals welcome. E-mail: Shapers@shaw.ca or drop your resume in person. Shopping Centre Marketing Director. Village Green Mall is looking for a Shopping Centre Marketing Director. Reporting to the General Manager, the Marketing Director will be responsible for the planning and coordination of the advertising and promotional campaigns as well as the preparation, management and reporting of annual budgets. As a successful candidate, you will possess superior communication and presentation skills in addition to strong organizational, multitask and computer skills. Candidate will have a minimum 5 years of marketing or related experience. Please forward resumes by Fax to 250-5457174 Only short listed candidates will be contacted. No telephone or email enquiries please.
Support and Education Coordinator North & Central Okanagan (full time) The Alzheimer Society of B.C. is dedicated to helping families build the knowledge, skills and conﬁdence to live well with dementia. We are expanding our services in the North & Central Okanagan and are recruiting for an experienced professional as a Support and Education Coordinator (SEC). This is a full-time position dependent on project funding which is conﬁrmed until March 31st, 2011 with anticipated continuation. Working out of the Alzheimer Resource Centre in Kelowna, the SEC is responsible for the delivery of support and education programs within the North & Central Okanagan, and for building strong relationships with the communities in order to assess program needs and develop program delivery partnerships. RESPONSIBILITIES INCLUDE: - Building strong connections with health care professionals and families throughout the North & Central Okanagan region - Developing and maintaining a strong volunteer base - Delivering standardized education programs and workshops for caregivers, people with early symptoms of dementia and the public - Developing and overseeing support groups for people with early symptoms of the disease and caregivers; recruiting and supporting volunteer facilitators - Ensuring public access to information, support and referrals QUALIFICATIONS: Candidates must have a proven ability for community development and building connections with health care professionals and families. Candidates must also have extensive knowledge of and experience with Alzheimer’s disease/dementia and caregiving issues, volunteer management, group facilitation, peer support interventions and community liaison. A relevant degree (or equivalent experience) and a MINIMUM of three (3) to ﬁve (5) years experience with service delivery in a health or social agency at the community level is essential. Must be capable of working independently and managing a demanding workload. Must be competent with Microsoft Outlook, Word, and Excel. Experience with PowerPoint desirable. Must have a vehicle for local travel and be willing to travel throughout the region. Forward a cover letter that details how your qualiﬁcations match this position and a resume to: Human Resources, Alzheimer Society of B.C. 300-828 West 8th Ave, Vancouver, BC V5Z 1E2 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Closing date is 4:00 PM on Monday, July 19, 2010. www.alzheimerbc.org
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We are looking for Manager Trainee positions at our Subway store located within the Summerland Mac’s Convenience Stores. Applicants should have prior management experience in retail or food service. We offer: D Starting wage $32K/year D 6 to 8 weeks of training D Competitive salary D Beneﬁts D Bonus program D Paid vacation D Opportunities for advancement D Fun work environment If you are customer service oriented individual with a passion for food and people, then roll up your sleeves and apply. Pls fax your resume to: 604-590-3569 Attention: Hesam. or e-mail to: macsbcofﬁce@mac.ca
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Hotel, Restaurant, Food Services ATTENDANTS / COOKS SUPERVISORS Frankie’s Burger Enterprises Inc. dba Fatburger hiring for their Kelowna location. Req’s. Food Counter Attendants wages $11.05/hr, Grill Cooks wages $12.69/hr, Food Service Supervisors wages $12.10/hr. All 40hrs/wk +beneﬁts. Apply by fax 604-637-8874 or by email: email@example.com
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HEAVY DUTY MECHANIC Paciﬁc Truck & Equipment Inc. in Houston, BC requires the following: Commercial transport mechanics with diesel engine Cat Cummins experience and preference given to Cummins Certiﬁcation. The successful applicant will be responsible for repair and maintenance of mainly logging trucks and trailers. Applicant should be experienced with Cat, Cummins and general diesel engines. A beneﬁts package is offered after 90 days. Please submit resume with references in person, by mail by fax or email to: Paciﬁc Truck & Equipment Inc. 3377 13th Street, Box 320, Houston BC V0J 1Z0 firstname.lastname@example.org Fax: 250-845-0094
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Home Improvements 1ANDERSON Reno’s. Lic’d. over 30 yrs exp. Int.& Ext.,All work guaranteed. 870-7778 ADDITIONS, ﬁnished bsmts, kitchen & bth reno’’s, tile, hrwd & laminate ﬂooring. Drywall, painting. Ext/int ﬁnishing. Call 250-870-3187 ALL Your reno & landscaping needs. Call 778-478-3340. Personalized service at affordable rates. ANY Reno, comm/res. New homes. 28yrs exp. Call Ninko for free est., 250-212-1641 BATHROOM REMODELLING Tub replacement, lining- acrylic insert, re-glazing. 718-2704. CERTIFIED Carpenter. 30yrs exp., additions, bsmts, bths, kits, drywall, etc 250-763-8419 G & S Pro Renovations, 35yr. Exp. Professional workshop for custom work. 470-7360 INTERIOR Finishing & Reno’s. No Job too small, Install & Repairs. Drywall, Plumbing, Doors/Win, Baseboards, Cab., Kitchens, Bthrms. 859-2787 KATAMA Basement Suites Garages, Additions, Complete Home Reno’s licensed/insured call Mike 250-864-0033 SHADETREE. Retractable deck & patio canopies. Call InterCity; 250-215-4099 STUDZ Renovations Carpentry, Plumbing, Elect., Drywall, Decks, Tile, 250-317-8275 Wayne’s Home Improvements Certiﬁed Carpenter 30yrs Exp. additions, alterations, bathrooms, kitchens, foundations, framing, drywall, painting, ﬁnish etc.(250)763-8419 Wood Flooring, Log Siding, Log Cabins, Decking, Fencing & T&G U Joint. www.rouckbros.com Rouck Bros. Lumby, BC 1-800-960-3388
HIGH Caliber Const. Repair, Replace, Remodel, All Reno’s. Dan @ 864-0771 30yrs. exp. LARRY’S Handyman & Reno Serv., Lg. & Sm. jobs, Grafﬁtti Removal etc., 250-718-8879
Household Services Household Maintenance & Small Repairs Available. call Lloyd 250-768-8512
Irrigation/Sprinkler Systems JOHN’S Quality Irrigation Auto U/G, Design, Supply, Install. Low Overhead, Low Prices. Call John @ 250-215-0693 WEST-WIND Now booking for irrigation start-ups, repairs & installs. Call 250-860-0025
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
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#1 STOP FOR ROCKS. www.bcrocks.com. Please call 250-862-0862 ACE Of Spades. Hedge & shrub pruning, rototilling, mowing, lot clearing, small tree removal. Insured & experienced. Michael, 250-878-1315 ASPEN LANDSCAPING. Retaining walls & Landscape Projects 250-317-7773. BARK Mulch, good quality top soil & landscape supplies, Sun-oka 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.lic’d ins 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
Rockwalls Falling Down?20 yr exp. Complete ﬁx new & old? All res.& comm.lanscp Jay@250-215-4956 Rock sale TREMBLAY’S EXCAVATING retaining walls, full landscaping. Exc/Bobcat.250-979-8033
NORTH END Moving Service Local/Long Distance. Truck returning empty Calgary, end of July. Discount 250-470-9498
BERTRIM Contracting Co. New roofs, reroofs, roof conversion & repair & general home maint. Bonded & insured. 28yrs exp. Free est. Call 250-768-9675 OKANAGAN Rooﬁng All rooﬁng repairs, maint., & reroofs. Warranty on all work Free Est. 769-1100, 878-1172
EDGING Emerald Cedars Okanagan Grown SPECIAL! 5ft - 10 for $189 Volume Discounts Free Delivery BUDGET NURSERIES Toll free 1-866-498-2189 GLM Landscaping & Irrigation 12% Discountl!!! Custom landscaping 250-864-5450 Landscapes Unlimited; retaining walls, decks, deck coverings, lawns, all your landscapes needs in one call, 24-7, 250-462-3472 QUALITY Landscape Maintenance, Comm. & Res. yard maint. hedge & shrub pruning, weekly mowing, sprinkler repair. Free est. 250-212-1024 Retaining Walls, interlock pavers, irrigation, landscaping. Stonevalley Landscaping. 317-5644. 10yrs Kelowna.
Machining & Metal Work GET BENT Metal Fab, fences, gates, railings, security bars, 863-4418www.getbentmetalfab.ca
Misc Services ALL KINDS OF FENCES, 6x8 Cedar panels starting @ $65. Gates & custom orders, stainning,250-491-4622www.akf.ca EXCAVATOR For Rent Hitatachi Zaxis75 rubber track. attachments hydraullic thumb blade, clean + dig buckets. & rock hammer Call for details 250-681-9922or 250-863-0218 *SOME Assembly Required* We provide assembly and installation for your home or business project, no matter how small. Furniture, electronics, BBQ, lighting, fencing and much more. 250-491-4991
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 2010 Packing service available, weekly trips to Vancouver, Alberta, full and partial loads. Cheapest rates in the valley. Free Estimates, 250-493-2687 JOE’S MOVING.reasble rates fully equip’d trucks, local-long dist, no job too small470-8194
Painting & Decorating
100% Guaranteed Prestige Painting, European Craftsmanship, Fine Detail work, Ext/Int. Guaranteed Results. 250-864-1041. Arrow Painting Ext / Int. Local references 25 years. Exp. Summer specials. Senior discounts call Zibi 250-317-3799 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org DALE’S PAINTING Service. Painting Kelowna a better place since 1982, 862-9333 PSALMS 34-A Better life Company. Quality Painting. Sensible rates. 250-869-5874
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XCEL PLUMBING, Irrigation, Gas Fitting and drain cleaning. Comm/res and reno’’s. Service & hot water tanks. 575-3839 DREGER MECH. Plumbing, Gasﬁtting, comm/res & reno, ins’d, 24hr. Call 250-575-5878. KOSKI Plumbing-Heating Gas Fitting Reno’s Res. Bonded/Insured Troy @ 718-0209 MODULAR Plumbing & Heating. 250-808-3862. We install the best & ﬁx the rest!
Pressure Washing OKANAGAN Pressure Washing. Comm/Res. Fully ins’d. Dave, 250-491-1336
Rooﬁng & Skylights A to Z Rooﬁng Ltd. Spec in rerooﬁng, asphalt, cedar, ﬂat roof. Guaranteed Work. WCB, BBB. Gary 250-899-3999.
Rubbish Removal #1 AFFORDABLE! we load, or U load Bin Rentals, Complete/part Demolition, Insured 250.860.4041/trash-all.com ‘#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 #1 CHEAP HAUL Most jobs 50% less then competitors. Why Pay More?? 250-718-0993
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
A 49.99 1/2ton truck. Load junk & yard waste. Haul away special. Will haul just about anything. Cal Cal 250863-7539 ANYTHING you can’t haul Give me a call! Edson’s Haul & Dump (1 Ton ) 250-718-1595
SALES & SERVICE DIRECTORY JUNK REMOVAL
Kelowna Junk Removal Ltd. (1998)
House/Yard/Building Sites/Rental Properties/ Renovations/Etc. “We Service just about any kind of clean-up”
Scrapmetal/wood/appliances/etc. *W.C.B. Coverage kelownajunkremoval.com Large 3/2/1 & 1/2 Ton Trucks Excellent Reputation & Excellent Service. Cell 250-718-0992 / 250-861-7066 / Member of Kelowna Chamber of Commerce
Irrigation, Gas Fitting and Drain Cleaning. Commercial, residential and renovations. Service and hot water tanks.
Call Clint, 250-575-3839
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GEMINI BATHS 250-862-6991 WWW.KELOWNABATHROOMS.COM
In business since 1989 Licensed & insured
Deck & Rail
Serving the Okanagan
• Design • Supply • Install
MaryAnne’s Kitchen Design
• Free Consultation
• All Countertops Call 250-801-YARD (9273)
Design Studio • 2810 Benvoulin Rd
Local or Long Distance Polite & Professional
Ph: 250-869-0697 Cell 250-470-9498
Call George at 250-878-2483. Showroom #9-3810 Appaloosa Rd. off Sexsmith Rd.
RENOVATIONS Serving the Okanagan 13+ years. Vinyl Decking, Modular Flooring, Aluminum, Glass, Topless & Picket Railings. Starting at $30/ft. installed
YARD CLEAN-UPS RESIDENTIAL & COMMERCIAL OGO-GROW & BARK MULCH DELIVERY APPLIANCE PICK UPS-RECYCLE
Pgr: 250-861-0303 25 Years of Satisfied Customers
POWER WASHING OKANAGAN PRESSURE WASHING
Commercial Buildings & u/g Parkades, Residential Houses, Driveways Patios, Grafﬁti Removal. Fully insured & WCB approved. 14 yrs experience. www.okpressurewashing.com
Call Dave 250-491-1336
& Renovation Services
• Interior & Exterior Renovations • Carpentry • Painting • Small Repairs • Pressure Washing
• Kitchen & Bathroom Upgrades • Yard Maintenance • Fences, Decks • Tile • Graffiti Removal
We are now taking bookings for irrigation startups & repairs. We also offer free estimates on irrigation installations or major alterations. Call West-Wind Irrigation Ltd.
Joe’s Moving Service
LOADER, MINI EXCAVATOR SERVICE
• • • •
• Driveways • Post Holes • Ground Works • Final Grade. Reliable Owner Operator
Al’s Bobcat Services
Bus: 250-763-4044 Cell 250-470-2598
MARINE SERVICES HANDYMAN
Licensed & Insured
All Work Guaranteed
Mike @ 250-864-0033
COMPLETE PAINT & DRYWALL TEXTURED CEILINGS• DRYWALL REPAIRS
New Homes 28 years experience
• Tune-Ups • Summer/Winterizing • Seaworthies • Oil & Fluid Changes All Repairs Completed by Certiﬁed Technicians Insured and Licensed•Over 12 yrs. Experience
• Ceilings • Painting& Finishing
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RED LINE MARINES MOBILE SERVICES
Contracting In c. • Decks • Basements • Bathrooms • Drywall
Over 40 Years Experience 24 Hr. Emergency Service
Call Ninko for a free estimate and guidance on your next project.
ASPEN LANDSCAPING LTD
Book now for landscape projects, retaining walls, , landscape products, pavers, irrigation system, pruning, etc.
•Full Landscaping •Rock Retaining Walls •Portable Soil Screener •Excavators & Bobcat Loaders CELL: (250) 979-8033 BUS: (250) 861-1500
Senior’s Specials Experience & Quality New Homes & Repaints Ceilings Bondable. Insurance Work Call Terry 250-863-9830 or 250-768-1098
250-317-7773 or visit us at: aspenlandscaping.ca
Custom tile setting. Travertine, marble, granite & ceramic. Decks, kitchen, baths. Guaranteed work.
No load too small • BARK MULCH • SAND • GRAVEL • YARD CLEAN-UP • JUNK REMOVAL LIGHT FLAT-DECK Nick Nixon - Trish Nebot Cell 250-862-0821 Ofﬁce 250-765-2778
IRRIGATION CONSTRUCTION & RENOVATIONS GUTTER CLEANING
MOVING “The Professionals” Local/long distance Storage Available No job too small Free Estimates Call Joe Anytime 250-470-8194
High Caliber Construction REPAIRS • REPLACE • REMODEL • Bathroom & kit. remodels • Additions & renovations • H/W & laminate ﬂoors • Drywall/painting/texture • Cedar fencing & gates • Custom homes Quality You Can Trust
Kelowna Gutter Cleaning & Repair
• Excavating • Bobcat • Dump Truck • Foundations • Retaining Walls • Soil • Etc. Delivery - Clean Up. www.ironmule.ca
RENOVATIONS G & S Pro Renovations
• Fix leaks • 20 years. experience • Fascia sofﬁt repairs • Downpipes • Re-Slope
Dan @ 250-864-0771
35 years experience, many referrals. Kitchen remodels, home additions, custom furniture doors & windows, drywall, painting, decks, siding, bathroom, tiles, hardwood ﬂoors.
• Tub replacement • Tub lining-acrylic insert • Tub re-glazing • Tub repairs • Wall surrounds to match.
TRICK METAL WORKS
Contact Jim 250-718-2704
Metal fabricating, gates, fountains, metal art, hot rods
Mild Steel • Aluminum • Stainless Steel
Call 250-575-0505 QUALITY WORKMANSHIP
Residential & Commercial. All types of vehicles. Competitive Pricing. Prof. truck mounted unit. 250-212--0340
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Rubbish Removal BOB’S ONE TON. Clean-up, 25yrs satisﬁed customers. 765-2789, 861-0303 pgr 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 SKYHIGH DISPOSAL 250808-0733 Junk Removal & Disposal Bins Need that space cleaned out? We can help. We can remove anything that you no longer need. Furniture, appliances, demolition waste & more SMALL Hauls. Truck for hire. Rubbish, Small Moves, Boat Hauling 864-0696 Reza
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Sand/Gravel/Topsoil NEIGHBORHOOD Trucking & Delivery. Sand, Gravel, Soil, Ogo Grow Call 250-870-1138
Stucco/Siding DESIGN Stucco & Stone. New homes, reno’s & repairs. No job too small. Clean, quality work. Zoltan 250-864-9798.
Sundecks KELOWNA DECK & RAIL. Vinyl, Mod. Flooring, Alum., GlassTopless/Picket878-2483.
Swimming Pools/ Hot Tubs X L Pool & Spa. Service, Repairs, Maint. & Tile. Pool Start ups, Reason rates. Call Steve Rogers: 250-768-4852 or 250317-5728
Tiling SUPERIOR Tile. 250-8683221. 3-1905 Evergreen Crt. End of spring clearance on tiles. 12x12, 13x13 etc. TILE Setter. Artistic Ceramics. Custom tile setting. Call 250870-1009 TILE & Stone Installations Quality Installation. Reasonable rates. Free estimate call 250-826-5432
FULL Tree Service Expert, Certiﬁed Faller. Excellent Rates, 18yrs Exp. Insured (250)765-3577, (250)801-0193
DOGWORKS Summer Puppy Kindergarten starts soon.Certiﬁed professional trainer,Kathy Williams 250-317-1288
ROB’S Tree Care Ltd. For all your tree care needs...Insured & Cert. WCB. 250-212-8656
GROOMING Salon. Heart of Rutland. Owner operated. $20,000 obo. Please email email@example.com
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.
Welding METAL Fabricating, gates, fountains, metal art, hot rods. 250-575-0505. Quality work
Window Cleaning SPARKLING WINDOWS By Butlers’ Choice - High Detail Insured - Licensed - Free Estimates - Screens Dusted & More - Renew Your View Greg @ 250-212-3117. Window & Gutter Cleaning Call Total Home Care 250718-2963 or 250-826-5363
Feed & Hay
1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1 All Exterior Hedge & Tree Service. Affordable Pricing on downsizing, trimming, pruning, bracing or Sculpturing of hedges, shrubs and trees. Also professional removals. Fully Insured. For guaranteed quality service call Dave 250-212-1716. FRED Bedard Saw Man. Tree falling, ﬁre mitigation, tree topping. 250-491-2258, 250-5756822 firstname.lastname@example.org
*HAY SALES GUARANTEED Quality Grass, Alfalfa, Mixed square bales, round bales & Silage bales. Delivery avail. (250)804-6081,(250)833-6763.
Livestock VALLEYWIDE MEATS BC insp.30 slaughter plant Processes all livestock Call to book your animals (250)838-7980 Enderby, BC
Pets ADORABLE CHIHUAHUA puppies. 3 Months old. 2 males and 1 female, Vet checked, 3 vaccinations, and deworming. Come with acana puppy pack, blanket and toy. Call 250-260-7054 or 250 3072153 $550.00 BORDER COLLIE x Blue heeler pups. 1st shots and dewormed. excellent family pets. $300 call 250-558-7288 CKC Reg yellow & black Lab pups, 1st shots, 3-male, ready now, $800. 250-308-8138 ENGLISH SPRINGER SPANIELS CKC reg puppies. Champion lines. Tails docked, vet checked, 1st shots, guar. Home raised. 1 (250)392-1440 email@example.com Golden Doodles, ready to go, absolutely gorgeous, 9wks old, 3-males, 7-females, vetchecked, shots, dewormed, $1000. 250-838-9739 Enderby GREAT Dane Pups, 1st shots, & dewormed. Ready to go now. $700. 250-546-4098 MALTESEPOM: 2M, 1F, puppies, ready to go now July 1st. $550.,469-4247
TRINITY SHEPERDS 5th generation, long & medium coated Sheperd pups. Blk, Blk & tan, red or brown sables, ivory, straight backs, old world style. 10wks. All shots. Health cards. Wormed. View parents & geneology tree. $500. Lots of references. 250-547-9763.
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TWO OLDER FARM TRACTORS IN GOOD CONDITION. 8N Ford and Harry Ferguson. Both have blades, 3 point hitch, and tow bar. One has chains, one has forks. $2000 & $2500. firstname.lastname@example.org 250-769-4662.
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KUBOTA BX24 tractor, loader backhoe roto tiller 3.pt hitch 110hrs.like.new.$16,750. 250470-7421
Farm raised, grain fed side of beef, 1/4’s & 1/2, $2.65/lb, CWF. 250-546-6494
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2yr old female black German Shephard, needs TLC from female owner. Wont respond to man. Good with other animals. Call 250-452-9766 Appliance pick-up, Rads Batteries. Call Harley 778-8211317 FREE boxes for moving, also wooden headboard, foot board 52”x72” with metal frame (778)755-4555 FREE computer table, must pick up. 250-861-8907 FREE patio set, table & 6 chairs. Call 250-763-8562 FREE Removal of snowmobiles, sea doo’s, boats, trailers 250-899-1212, 250-215-8907 Free to a good home - 2yr old female spade cat Call 250448-2402 FREE Wooden Picnic table (250)764-2788
Fullsize Fiberglass Truck canopy Call to pick up 250452-6642 VERY attractive ﬂuffy plus short haired kittens 9weeks+ up all ﬁxed and vacinated. Donations to Humane Society Please call 250-762-5238 VERY healthy, strong male Lab/Cross to homeowner with land. Info at 250-762-4386
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 Antique Sofa 2 matching chairs “Duncan Fife” coffee table, + 2 end tables. $2000 (250)763-9151 AT A CLICK of a mouse, www.BCLocalBiz.com is your local source to over 300,000 businesses! LARGE Selection of Gently Used Furniture; Tables & Chairs from $99, Loveseats $99 Sofa Sets $199. OK Estates Furniture and More 3292 Hwy 97N beside Sheepskin Boutique 250-807-7775 LAY-Z-BOY Luxury lift power recliner, heat & massage, black microﬁbre, $850. 2 Columbia ultimate BYO beds, built in pumps, Queen $90. twin $65. Microban HD shower chair with back, $45. Leather highback desk chair, $60. New humidiﬁer, Hunter, 2.5 gal in box, $50. New Currio cabinet, 17.5”x12.5”x4” mahogany, $50. Call 250-860-8328 NEW 3-pc Sectional Sofa w/ottoman, In orig. pkg. Worth $1499, Must Sell $899 250550-6647 can deliver
SALES & SERVICE DIRECTORY HOME RENOVATIONS
Call Walter 250-766-5580 Cell 250-317-2279
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
DRYWALL SERVICES & REPAIRS New work & renovation work. Over 30 yrs. experience. Framing, boarding, taping, texture t-bar ceilings & insulation. Call Ken 250-212-9588
HEATING & A/C
PAINT & REPAIRS
DRYWALL/PAINTING DUMP TRUCK BOBCAT SERVICE
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Southern BC Heating & Air Conditioning
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Licensed, Bonded & Insured
Independently Owned and Locally Operated
METAL FABRICATION LTD. Fences • Gates • Railings • Security Bars • Cargo Racks • Rollcages • Boat Railings & more. Tube Bending Specialists www.getbentmetalfab.ca
PAINTING KELOWNA A BETTER PLACE SINCE 1982
• Heat Pumps Over 30 Years • Fireplaces Experience • Furnaces Serving the • Repair Okanagan Valley • Install • Sales 250-681-3869
RETRACTABLE DECK & PATIO CANOPIES
We install, service, & repair all makes of doors & openers. FREE ESTIMATES • INSURANCE CLAIMS • SENIOR DISCOUNTS Call Mon.-Fri. 8-4:30 pm
Folds like an accordian, Deck Blinds as well.
INTERCITY RENO’S Authorized dealer for the Okanagan Call Pat 250-215-4099 www.shadetreecanopies.com
HOME IMPROVEMENT DEMOLITION CONTRACTING BAJADA
Additions, ﬁnished bsmts., kitchen & bath reno’s, tile, hrdwd. & laminate ﬂooring.
CONSTRUCTION DCR CONTRACTING New Construction & Renos
• Garages • Flooring • Driveways • Concrete • Decks • Retaining • Finishing • Patios Walls
ALL WEST DEMOLITION LTD.
All types of demolition. Locally owned & operated. FREE ESTIMATES
call 250-808-0895 allwestdemolition.com
Don’t call anyone about upgrading your landscaping until you speak with us. Call Ryan now at 250-469-1288 VANTAGE POINT LAWN & GARDEN
KOSKI PLUMBING, HEATING & GAS FITTING
SUPERIOR Tile 250-868-3221
Electrical & Renovations Allan Hoce, General Contractor
•Renovations •New construction •Plumbing Service & Repairs •H/W tank replacement • Furnace Service & Installs • Gas f/p Service and Installs Bonded & Insured
Book Now 10% off
July & Aug.
Call Troy, 250-718-0209
3-1905 Evergreen Crt. End of spring clearance on tiles. 12 x 12, 13 x 13 etc.
RENOVATIONS STUDZ RENOVATIONS PLUMBING CARPENTRY ELECTRICAL DRYWALL CONCRETE TILE WORK KITCHEN CABINETS LICENCED, INSURED
A & S Electric
SOMMERFELD HEATING & AIR CONDITIONING
Residential & Commercial Wiring, New Construction, Renovations & Service Changes. Complete telephone & data cabling services, Prompt quality service. Licensed & Bonded Call Steve 250-864-2099 (cont#90929)
Drywall, Taping, Painting, Texture Ceiling. We Do Houses, Basement & Commercial
“Anything you can’t haul, give me a call”
Edson Haul & Dump Curtis Sandy 250.718.1595
• New & Existing Heating Systems • Heat pumps, A/C • Gas ﬁtting • Licensed & Insured. • Replacement Furnace. 10% SENIORS DISCOUNT
Call Wayne (250) 215-6767
Top Soil • Ogo Gro • Gravel • Sand • Bark Mulch We Remove: yard refuse, small trees, junk
Licenced, over 30 years experience, interior & exterior, Industrial & Commercial, all work guaranteed.
Alan 250-808-6595 (lic. #102788)
• Rubbish • Landcaping • Renovations • Firewood
WORKING AROUND YOUR SCHEDULE!
Hooksnapped Flooring Installations
Lew Cat Ent. Carpet, Lino, Tiles, Hardwood, Laminate. Free estimates. Great rates. Lewis @ 317-6889 Work Guaranteed.
MJB ELECTRICAL LTD.
Carpet, lino, hardwood, laminate, etc... Free estimates. Your one stop shop for all your ﬂoorings needs
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Misc. for Sale
QUEEN wood sleigh bed comes with headboard, footboard and boxspring & mattress with memory foam. Very clean- well protected. Asking $700 obo. 250-4519693.
Heavy Duty Machinery 1981 Thomas T 173 Skidsteer Loader, c/w backhoe attachment & bucket, approx 5000 hrs, runs good, must sell, $5900 obo. 250-765-0136 or 250-469-0146
BLK. MTN July 24-25 8am6pm 1486 Wilmot Ave. Estate sale Fine quality furn. all Hshld. Everything must go incl.house! Car+ truck too! CENTRAL 1375 Bartlett Pl. off Bernard, July 17 8am - noon hshld ,tv, senior walker,+ bike CENTRAL July 17th 8am 3pm Across from 510 Buckland Ave. Also tarot readings. GLENMORE. Multi-family garage sale. Magic Estates. Sat July 17 8-1. Woodpark Cres. Everything must go! July 16, 8-12. 970 Springﬁeld Rd. Multi-family garage sale. Putters, trunk, juicer, small copper lamp, teaching & childrens books, shoes (6), patio lounge + 2 ﬁshing poles Knox Mtn Sunday 18th 9am 584 Cambridge restaurant & wine equip.tents/camping gear LAKEVIEW Heights. 2850 Lakeview Rd. Off Thacker. Fri/Sat, 8-noon. Quality kids books, Little Tykes toys, etc LAKEVIEW Heights. Garage Sale, 8-1, Sat July 17. 2518 Thacker Drive. Furniture & hshld items. L. Mission. 1065 Wintergreen Dr. Sat July 17, 9-3. No early birds. Childs safety bike seat, espresso machine, beach/ sandbox activity sets, exercise bike, ﬁreplace set, books, etc
L.Mission 4430 Hobson Rd. July 17 + 18. 9am - 3pm Various stuff. NO Earlybirds! L. Mission. Family Garage Sale. 828 Riley Crt. Sat July 17, 8-4. Lots of great stuff! MISSION. 692 Drummond Crt. Sat July 17, 8-12. Children’s toys, bikes & other hshld items. MISSION. Sat July 17. 3753 Mission Springs Drive. Christmas in July! Christmas decor, garden merchandise, plants & pots, travel bags, furniture. All quality items. 9am-1pm. MISSION SPCA (Aux) Yard Sale Sunday July18 9am-12:30pm Refreshments 3785 Casorso Rd. Weather Permitting OLD Glenmore. Garage Sale. 924 Montcalm Drive. 8:30-1 Sat July 17. Moving. Everything must go.Final sell off! RUTLAND. 685 Girard Rd. Very large sale. 14 tables setup plus driveway. I am sure there is something for everyone’s liking. July 17/18, 8-3 RUTLAND July 17. 270 Merryﬁeld Rd. 9am -1pm Some thing for everyone! RUTLAND: LARGE YARD SALE 647 Falkirk Rd. Fri, Sat, Sun. 8am-4pm. WINFIELD 3037 Janet Rd July 17 8am -3pm
RUTLAND. Sat & Sun. Shop vac, bench saw, elec mower, hedge trimmer, cordless drill, wine rack, corner shelf, jewlery, barbie dolls, treasures. 755 Princess Rd. SE. KELOWNA July 17 8am3pm. #25 - 3535 Mcculloch Rd.Craft items. sngl.bed, bbq Springvalley Moving sale 819 White off Hollywood July17,18 8am-1:30pm baby stuff.newborn-1yr sports memorbilla,
UPPER MISSION July 17 + 18 8am-3pm 5190 Cobble
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WESTBANK. Huge garage sale. Appl’s, vaccuums, beds, kitchen table + chs, collectibles, clothes, tools, water skiis plus lots more. Sat & Sun, 9-3. Everything must go
2000 Thomas Skidsteer Loader. Well maintained, recent upgrades, good tires, c/w rubber tracks, heater, radio, smooth bucket, 5600hrs. Strong cond. $15,680 HST incl. 250-4702598 Kelowna.
W.Kelowna Multi family saleJuly17 9-3 2465 Ingram Rd. water toys, games,hshld items W.KELOWNA Sat. July 17 8am-2pm 2430 Apollo Rd.toys games, hshld ,+ gym equip.
$100 & Under
OLD Chandeliers/crystal drops wardrobes, wicker, dressers, strg cupboards. 250-860-4674
PLYWOOD. 3/4” 4x8 sheet of Maple veneer, good both sides. $50. You pick up. 250769-0415. Leave message ROLLAWAY cot, $35. 250862-3606 SADDLE Canvas meat bag $75 (250)764-2788 SADDLE pack bag $75 (250)764-2788 SKYLIGHT windows, 2’x6’, 4 for $100. 250-765-2789 SMALL utility trailer, $75. 250765-2789 Vista Barbeque w/sideburner & rotisserie with igniter. good cond. $80 (250)215-7768 WHITE Tube Bunkbed Dbl Single $100 (250)764-2788 Wire dog enclosure 21”W 36”L 30”H $25 (250)769-0882
Musical Instruments PIANOS Warehouse Sale @ Moir Pianos. STEINWAY, HEINTZMAN, YAMAHA and more !! Priced to Sell !! Call Richard @ 764-8800
Sporting Goods MONTE’S Golf Shop. BC’s biggest selection of used golf equip. 1276 Ellis St. 250-7625347. monteharrisgolf.com
$100 & Under
1) New Coleman Powermate 5000 watt Electric Generator $650 obo. 2) Wireless Home Security System. New in box $15 obo 250-862-5096
I PURCHASE clean and gently used home furnishings, antiques, and collectibles. Please call me ﬁrst. OKestates.ca call Cal 250-807-7775
1 loveseat. Very good cond., $40. 250-860-1756 1 rocking chair, $35. Very good cond., 250-860-1756 2 livingrm chairs, $30/ea. Very good cond., 250-860-1756 3 area rugs (10x12, 5x8, 2x6) excellent cond., light ﬂoral pattern, $100/all. 250-767-3403 4 Drawer metal ﬁling cabinent $100 (250)765-4684 BOX Liner for 8’ pick up, $50. 250-765-2789 Complete set of men’s golf clubs w/tailored made driver new bag $100 (250)763-5732 ELEC multching lawnmower, $50 obo. 250-979-1575 HANDHELD Kayak carrier, $55. 250-862-9895 Large light color ofﬁce desk $50 (250)765-4684 LIKE new, 4 wheel rims, 15”, $100. 250-862-9895 Like new folding cot $100 (250)762-7552 LITTLE Tykes blue car bed, $100. Call 250-763-2724 New 1/4” sheet with sander & dustbag $25 (250)769-0882 New 71 piece air powered Tool Kit $80 (250)769-0882 Queen Air mattress with pump $30 (250)448-5489
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Medical Supplies MEDICAL Health Medi-chair Power lift $2000 Hospital power bed $400. all in good cond.(250)762-5345 NEW Invacare M41 powerchair, only used 2wks, 18x18” semi recline seat, footboard, U1 batteries, swing away joystick. Retails, $3900, sacriﬁce for $1700. 250-491-0122
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WEST Kelowna, July 17, 8-12. Multi-family sale. 2295 Crestview Rd. Westside July 16,17,18, 8am5pm 159 Heldon Crt. 2 bar chair sets garden tools lamp sets etc
MOMS THE WORD...for used baby equipment at prices you really can afford. 100’s of toys.Climbers with slides from $46. Bassinets from $30. Strollers from $7. Summer kids wear- N/B to 10yrs. Lots at 1/2 price. 187 Hwy 33E Rutland. Visa, MC, Debit. 250765-3422 AT A CLICK of a mouse, www.BCLocalBiz.com is your local source to over 300,000 businesses! BOOKBINDING Novels, Cookbooks, Family History and much more. layout, design, printing & binding 250-260-1970 www.lakecityprinters.com CARPET. OVER 125 Sq Ft of new Leichen color c/w underlay $95. Ph 250-764-6188 FAR-INFRARED SAUNAS: Summer Blowout on Demo’s starting at $549. FREE SH/Setup. Kel 1-888-239-9999 www.SOLARUSsauna.com HOT TUB (SPA) COVERS. Best price. Best quality. All shapes & colours available. 1-866-652-6837 www.thecoverguy.com
JUST MOVED. WONT FIT. Royal Doulton Oympia, 12pc+ extras. Antique highboy & sofa table. Computer desk. King headboard & frame. Dbl bed frame. 2 solid oak wine cabinets. Shaw digital box. 2 Bissell bagless vacuums. 250862-2242. Garage Sale: 3430 Silverberry Rd. Sat July 17 Only. 7-1. WHIRLPOOL window air conditioner, only used 2wks, 10,000btu, cools room upto 450sq’, 24-36”Wx50”H. 5yr warrenty. $300. 250-763-5782
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$200 & Under BBQ, almost new, $200. 250861-8904. Compressor Delta dual tank w/brad nailer + hose Used twice $175 (250)448-5489 FRENCH Provincial diningrm hutch & cabinet, $125 obo. 250-862-3606 New 21peice 6 gallon air compressor kit .nailer /stapler $150 (250)769-0882 NEW swivel black leatherette stools wooden legs $175 (250)769-0882 UPRIGHT Freezer, white, good cond, $200. 250-8618904.
$300 & Under 55GAL aquarium w/ attractive stand, all access’s & ﬁsh. $250. Call 250-868-2138 BI-VACCUUM. Powerful w/ hose & tools. $299. No tax. (250)762-3468 New 4 adjustable bar chairs padded white leatherette mid back $260 (250)769-0882 Oak Entertainment unit & sony 32” TV Trinitron $250 (250)862-8246
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ARNDT ORCHARDS U-pick Cherries 1555B Teasdale Rd. Open 8am-6pm Daily www.arndtorchards.com BLACK CURRANTS Available now, U-Pick only. Phone before you come. (250)542-1032 Organic Gardens. 6721 Buchanan Rd. BROAD Beans, fresh from our garden, 3715 Casorso Rd Produce. 250-762-8617 CHERRIES. Anderson/ Booth Rd. in Ellison. $1.25 u-pick, $1.80 picked. Apple cider vinagar, $6/Litre. 250-765-5208 CHERRIES & Apricots. Glenmore 417 Valley Rd. Everyday 9am - 5pm. We take orders (250)869-6564 CHERRIES Bings Lapins Rainers, Vans,Stellas. U pick $1.00 lb & up, also picked 1115 Graf Rd. Rutland bench 250-317-2265
CHERRIES KEMF ORCHARD U-PICK 1409 Teasdale Rd. Mon-Sat, 8:30am - 6pm Sun 8am-3pm. Ph. orders (weekdays only) 250-765-1797 EMU OIL. Sore joints, over worked muscles. Massage with Emu Oil for quick relief. Visit us at Kelowna Farmer’s Market. Wed & Sat. 8-1. Orchard Corners Emu Farm 250765-8114 FRESH local Cherries 10lb box $19.99 & 20lb $35. Blueberr 10lb ﬂat $27.90, local apricot, free-stone peaches, Call 250-490-0046 or 250-3788844
FRESH LOCAL STRAWBERRIES Phone Bruce Duggan
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9am-7pm Daily. Local blueberries, apricots, raspberries,brocoli, cherries, beets, spinach, basil, walawala onions, new potatoes, lettuce, peas, garlic, kale, lots of snacks and vegetables. Free run eggs too!
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Gorges Cherries u pick $1.49 lb we pick $1.99 lb corner of Reid and Pooley we deliver (250)762-5469
QUALITY Sweet you-pick Lapin Cherries & Apricots. 2591 Butt Rd, Westbank. Call Andy 250-768-2048 for orders.
GRIFFIN FARMS. 3344 Elliot Rd. Open for the season Saturda July 17. Sweet cherries, apricots, u-pick, we-pick. 250768-3343 Closed Sundays.
SWEET Saskatoons, cherries, veggies, now at Gambell Farms. 12133 Okanagan Centre Rd East, Winﬁeld. Call 250766-4036, 250-212-8770
LAPIN CHERRIES, bring containers. Bulk orders welcome. Cherry pickers wanted. 3030 Elliott Rd. 250-768-5768.
U PICK Raspberries $1.40 a pound, in Winﬁeld. 250-2125026
ORGANICALLY sprayed sweet cherries. You-pick, 90¢ /lb. Bring containers to 2740 Gallagher Rd in Black Mnt.
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Must take McCurdy Rd to 1145 Morrison Rd. RASPBERRIES, $3 lb, picked $2 lb u-pick. BLUEBERRIES, $2.50 lb picked. CHERRIES.
Discount on pre ordered peaches & apricots, .70¢lb.
The Friendly Farmer Fruit Stand
Open 7days/wk, 10-6, Sunday: 10-5. Cherries, Raspberries, Strawberries & all sorts of veggies. Come meet the Friendly Farmer & the Grumpy Wife! 3254 McCulloch Rd. 250-869-0871
WELCOME BACK TO OLD MEADOWS ORGANIC FARM MARKET Our T2 organic cherries, raspberries, peas, beets, carrots, chard, spinach, lettuces and u-pick herbs & ﬂowers now ready. Taking orders for certiﬁed organic blueberries T2 blackberries & tree ripened peaches. Non-organic blueberries, raspberries, cherries & veggies also avail 250-764-0931 4213 Gordon Drive. Mon-Sat 10-6 Sun 10-5
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$300 & Under Upright Freezer Kenmore $250 (250)862-8246 Wilson Clubs, RH, bag, cart, 3 woods/8 irons/1 sandwedge/ 1 putter. $250obo 250-862-3606
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SHUSWAP FALLS RV RESORT - SPECIAL UNTIL JULY 20 ONLY! Since you missed saving the HST, we’ll cover it for you on your purchase of a fully serviced RV Lot at this beautiful resort in the pristine North Okanagan, 22km E. of Enderby & 12km from Mabel Lake. Well treed, large lots w/many amenities for as little as $69,900, on the Shuswap River. Call Doug at 250-838-6261 or visit us at www.shuswapfalls.com
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.
3BDRM, Winﬁeld area. Backs onto range land, 4lvl split, $1550mo. +hydro, gas & water. NO PETS. Avail Aug 1st. Call 250-869-9788, 250-491-3345 4BDRM, West Kelowna,Smith Creek, 3 bath ,4 appls., 2 car garage, 2 decks, open plan , a/c, gas ﬁreplace, NS. NP. $1600/mth avail. July15 or sooner. 250-767-9283 CENTRAL Westbank: 2 bdrm, family room, lrg fenced yard, very clean & nice. Avail now. $1290 utils incl. 250-768-0605 COUNTRY Living. Acreage in S. E. Kelowna. Horse and dog welcome. 1700sq’ top ﬂoor of newer walk out rancher, vaulted ceilings, 2bd, 2bth, all appls, hottub, priv drive, entry & yard. $1600. 250-764-1849 FREE DOWN PAYMENT! Sound too good to be true? It’s not! Project Build II Attainable Housing Project is an innovative program that provides a non-repayable grant to individuals who can service a mortgage but haven’t been able to save for a down payment. For more information contact Gino Dal Ponte at 250-317-2707 or firstname.lastname@example.org GLENROSA, 3 bdrm Upper level 1.5 bth, all appl NS, NP, Available Now, $1300/mo+ 1/2 Util Ref required 250 878-1189 HOUSE for rent $2000 or 1bd suite, $800, also 3bd, 2bth upper ﬂr $1300. 1396A Highland Dr South, near DT. Brand new house. NS, NP. Call 250863-5270
HWY 97 North, 1800sf’ of retail, 2100sq’ of Ofﬁce/Retail for lease. Rutland area 250-7653295, 250-860-5239
$400 & Under BLK cab height truck canopy, ﬁts 1980-1996 Ford longbox PU. $400 obo. 250-215-3082 New premium octagon poker table green felt $375 (250)769-0882 WHEEL chair, manual, worth $900. Selling for $350. 250763-6281.
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CHERRYWOOD & Glass topped dining table, extends to 88” $475 obo. 250-763-0607
Acreage for Sale 13.9 Treed acres, Edgewood, minutes to lakes. Finance avail $99,000. 250-269-7492 AFFORDABLE Acreage! Nicley updated 4bd home, dbl garage, fabulous views, convenient location! $735,000. MLS Charlene Bertrand, Colwell 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 $240,000 HST obo. 250-547-6932.
Open Hse July 17+18 1-3 4+1Bd. 2.5 ba., 2,357sq.ft. Very new spacious family home. 1 blk. fr H2O, RV/boat parking. Lg. bkyd, cls. to school, bus rte. Inc 6 appl. Okhomeseller #26335, Price Reduced $578,800 250-868-6018 DILWORTH MTN ESTATES 2108 Chilcotin Crescent
This custom built executive walk out rancher across from Dilworth Mountain Park is a must see! The impressive landscaping is equaled only by the quality craftsmanship of its master builder. See details and all photos at www.2108.ca Offered at $679,900. Call to view 250-861-7070 LUXURY top ﬂoor condo, Upper Sundance Drive. Shannon Lake, 983 sqft, 2 bed, 2 bath, ss appliances, granite counters, ceramic tile and carpeted ﬂooring, 9ft ceilings, central air, underground parking, pets allowed with restrictions, swimming pool & spa/hot tub. Overlooking wooded area. $310,000. 250707-2903, 250-575-0911.
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Recently updated 1103 sq. ft. 2 brm condo has, fridge, stove, dishwasher and insuite laundry w/washer and dryer. Enclosed patio, cov’d parking, storage unit, a guest suite & in wall a/c unit. Close to bus rte. and Hwy #33. Steps from Tim’s. Well maintained building allows small pets, enjoys the 45+ lifestyle and has extremely low strata fees of $133.85 per month. Ground level access with no stairs to unit #108 at 200 Hollywood Rd. $186,868. Call 250-8621390 for more info and to view. 3 apt.”s for rent in Granada Gardens for Aug 1. ranging fr. $800-$850/mth(250)765-6578 For sale or trade near ubco/airport main ﬂr. 2bdrm 2 baths 1256sqft totally reno’ed on Duck lake fees/$228 includes water 6 appls. , newroof + some furniture call 780458-2086 or 250-863-7525 Rutland 2Bdrm 2Bath 1150 sq ft 55+ NP glassed sundeck $199,000 (250)765-2095 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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For Sale By Owner DILWORTH MTN. ESTATES www.2108.ca $679,900.00 (GIVE away price) 2bd, 2bth Condo. Due to family illness, will look at any reasonable offer. 250-868-0978 MILLION DOLLAR LAKEVIEW dbl wide modular 2bdrm 10x30 workshop 5 appls.55+ pets ok Must see $89,000 (250)768-7124
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Million Dollar Views Half Price Excellent young family home .4 bdrm. 3 bath. Kitchen w/island & nook Diningroom w/gas.Fireplace.Private fenced backyard.”Paradise like” park across street.14” ceilings.French drs. Smithcreek Ranch Sub.West Kelowna 250-7688023
MORTGAGE COACHING. I can teach you what you need to know. DAVE IVERSON 250-878-1541. WHITE HOUSE MORTGAGES 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. Will trade for Kelowna condo House on Canal in Lakeview Heights. Boat moorage, 4 bdrms and a pool. 1674 Pritchard Dr. Asking $895,000. Call Will Loudoun 250 470-1144 Realty Execs Kelowna MLS
Lots 10 acre lots - 5 minutes to downtown Kelowna. Lake and city views. Quiet and private. House trades considerd call Will Loudoun 250 470-1144 Realty Executives Kelowna. Duplex Lot downtown Westbank - OCP commercial. Asking $ 249,000. Will Loudoun Realty Executives Kelowna. EXCEPTIONAL LAKEVIEW Lots from $160,000. Also; 1 panoramic 3 acre parcel. Owner ﬁnancing. 250-307-2558 www.orlandoprojects.com From $159,000 Building lots West Kelowna. No Payment for 90 days. Perfect for walkout ranchers. Near the Walmart and 3 schools. TRY YOUR OFFER! Will Loudoun 250 470-1144 Realty Executives Kelowna. MLS KIRSCHNER MOUNTAIN Large Building Lots from
~ Spectacular Views. Bring Your Own Builder. Close to All Amenities. 250-862-0895 www.kirschnermountain.com NEW excl. 12 lot subd. in Lumby, 2.5 acre gentle VIEW lots, treed, private, power, well. Start $219,000. 1st 3 lots are HST free. http://gallery.me...m/kennagraff/100284 Terry, 250-317-2807
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Peachland,3727 Shaw Rd. 3bdrm. 3bath, Walkout Rancher, Inlaw suite potential, Central air, sewer, R/V parking. Only $525,000 250-878-2873 OPEN House Sunday, July 18, 1-3. 834 Bullock Rd/ Lower Mission. Unique, classy, 2800 sq’ house. Beautiful priv yard. $574,000 obo. 250-764-7407 REVENUE Property or Family Home - 5bd, 2.5 bath, in-law suite, close to schools & shopping. For more details go to www.ishopkelowna.com - Services - Real Estate - 295 Ziprick Rd or call 250-575-3919. SPACIOUS 2bd, 2bth 1230sq’, beautiful Sunrise Village, 45+. Offers accpt’d. 250-868-0715 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.
Mobile Homes & Parks Dbl. Wide modular home Cassoro Rd. 2bdrm 1 1/2 bath work shop. 4 appls..55+ NP $85,500 (250)860-6328 MILLION DOLLAR LAKEVIEW dbl wide modular 2bdrm 10x30 workshop 5 appls. 55+ pets ok Must see $89,000 (250)768-7124
MORTGAGES LOW RATES. 5YR. 4.09% VARIABLE 1.8% Trish at 250-470-8324
OKANAGANS BEST KEPT SECRET! Finally a waterfront development on Lake Okanagan at prices we can all afford! New homes to view from $199,000. 250-470-4179, 250-878-2096. WANT permanent exchange of my nice 2bd, 2bth fully equipped ski townhouse at Big White (value approx $250K) for property of similar value in town, or? Please Email: email@example.com 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 $150,000. Price below assessed value. 250-763-3165
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Townhouses OPEN HOUSE in the MissionSUN. JULY 11 & 18 - 2-5pm $439,000- 1 level,Bright & elegant, detached townhome in “The Lexington” (45+)1570 sf. 2bd. 2ba. 2car garage, vaulted ceilings, ﬁreplace. 1 blk. from beach, H20 & Greenway. Drop by 117-650 Lexington Dr. Sun. or call 250-764-7604 to view. OWNER MOTIVATED, spotless, detached Kelowna townhouse in beautiful Sandalwood. 55+. Open house Sat & Sun. 10-4. #383-550 Yates Rd. 250-763-2933.
Apt/Condo for Rent 1BD apart., in newer building DT Westbank, lndry, 5appl, balcony, suitable for cpl or sngl adult. Aug 15. $595. Garry, 250-768-4383 1BD, backs onto Mill Creek, hwd ﬂoors, $825 incl utils. Call 250-878-9585 1BDRM + Den fully furnished. Hardwood ﬂoor, ceramic tile. washer & ryer, with balcony. Lake/creek views Avail. Sept 1 $1300/mth utils. incl. 1-(780)435-1187 2BD, 2bth+den, Asher Rd & Hwy 33, deluxe unit, 2 decks, appl, FP, WD. Reduced rent $1275 for responsible nonsmoking tenant. 250-491-3090 2BD, 2bth spacious 4yr old condo by Costco in Kelowna. Avail.now.$1100+utils.NS, NP. 250-495-5107, 2BD condo at Verve. Pool, all appl’s, ug-prking, $1200 utils incl. 250-763-4930, 870-6483 2BD, Nice loc., mins. fr. CNC Ctr., shops/lake f/s, dw, w/d, ac, crnr. unit, $1250/mo. Avail. July/Aug, 250-878-3278
2BDRM, $975 hydro, f/s, NO PETS, on Rutland Rd. South, Belgo Area, bus route, Avail. now. 250-491-3345, 869-9788 2 Bdrm. apt. Spacious, close to all amenities, NS, NP, 1yr lease, avail immed. incl heat. 250-763-6600 AVAIL. JULY 15/Aug 1. 2bdrm, 1.5 ba. $975/985 + util. Cats ok. Hwy #33&Gerstmar rd. Close to UBC-O, bus routes & shopping. Call 250 712-9812. manager@ springvalleywest.net CUTE 1 bdrm plus den town home, downtown, recently renovated, $750/mo. incl hot water, cable, parking. Electric extra. 600sqft. Avail immed. 6mo lease. NP, NS, no drugs. 250-763-7682. LOWER MISSION: close to beach, CNC, H2O Ctr, greenway, newly renovated, 6 SS appl. wine fridge,1087 sq/ft 2 br,1 ba condo, main ﬂ w/covered deck,1 parking stall + single car garage, no pets, av July 1, yearly contract $1200/mo. 250-808-8895 NEAR Capri Mall. Senior orientated building. NP, lndry, 1bdrm+den, $770. 979-2771 NEW 2bd+den, 2bth Condo all appls, small pets ok, avail immed, $1200. 250-862-1673 The Adderly 55+ 2bdrm 2 bath, underground parking, all appls, close to all ammenities Avail. Aug 1. $1050/mth. call Jim at : 1-780-297-2561
1200SQFT. Shop on 1/4 acre, fully serviced & fenced, $1200per mo+ triple net. Light or heavy industrial use & storage. Westbank Industrial Park 250-769-7424 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
Duplex / 4 Plex 1200SQFT 3Bdrm beside KLO campus, top ﬂr. 4 appls, huge deck, carport, FP, NS, NP, $1250 + utils. 250-317-1696 1/2 duplex, 227 Wood Rd. (behind Costco), 2bdrm, no basement, carport, f/s/w/d, avail. Aug. 1, $1000/mo. 250-3178844 1BD. Lower unit in 4plex, in N. Glenmore, ns, np, Avail. Aug 1st, 5 appl., priv. ent./patio, $800. For info 250-212-2603 2bdrm gr. level Aug 1 located by ok & kss college, lrg fenced backyard inground irregation, paved parking w/d, fr/stve $1035 +utils. NS. pets neg. 250-869-0968 , 250-808-5424 2Bdrm newly reno’ed wd/ fr/ st. c/a by Capri NS NP Vac. $1200 utils incl 250-860-9115 4BD, 2bth, 4appl. Family or adult. $1500+utils. NS, NP. Aug 1st. Near DT Kelowna. Call 250-769-6709 4 BD + DEN 2 ba black mtn 250-869-8504 $1370+util. 5 appl. 2 decks. lg yrd. school. NS.NP. 4bdrm 2bath 6appls. Newly reno’d NS. NP $1600/mth incl. water Aug 1.call 250-452-6642 S/S full 575K new.reno’ed c/a 9 bdrms. f/yard $3100 mth. revenue 250-860-9115
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Homes for Rent 1BD Private. Winﬁeld. Ideal for responsible working couple. 10min from Kelowna International Airport. Garage. NS, NP, NPtys. $975/mo Avail Aug 1. 250-766-3591 2BD Home,$1000 + utils,F/S W/D h.ups lrg.yard carport near Ethel & Bernard Avail. Aug 1 250-878-5737 2bd Mobile Rutland.Avail now. in town on 2acres. Responsible wrking mature person $900mo+ utils, 250-575-4366 2-Bedroom 4-Appliances Deck Fenced For Pet $1200 OR 5Bedroom 2-Baths 7-Appliances Deck Garage Pet OK $1600- 250-860-1961 Register Online www.cdnhomeﬁnders.ca 3BD, 2bth spacious mainﬂr house. Aug 1. No tenents dwn $1300.Wstbnk. 250-768-1314 3BD. Lwr. Glenrosa, move in now, pay Aug 1st. f/s, dw, cent vac, cent air, grge, ns, np, $1200 plus DD. 768-7415
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LOWER MISSION - Ranch style house, 3bdm, 2 bth, dbl gar, a/c, 6 appls, close to beach, schools, hospital and shopping. sml pets ok, $1,500/mo + Utilities, Avail August 1, (403) 836-9546 NEWER 2bd, 2bth carriage house, central location, avail Aug 1st. NP. 2 car prking. $1100+utils. 604-349-4989 or 778-378-5703 N. Glenmore home. 3bd, 2bth, 1350sq’, avail immed, professional couple pref. NP, NS, $1250+utils. 250-860-6110 SMALL House in L. Mission, NS, NP, 3bd 1bth, clean & quiet person wanted, avail Aug, $1300. 250-764-5381 THE City of Kelowna currently has the following properties available for rent: Black Mountain log house - 3+1 bdrm, 3.5bths, $2200mo. Applications can be obtained online at www.kelowna.ca under the quick link to Rental Properties or between 8 am & 4 pm on the 4th ﬂoor ot City Hall, 1435 Water Street, Kelowna, Real Estate & Building Services. ABSOLUTELY NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE. The deadline for submission of applications is 4:00 pm on Friday July 23, 2010
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Rooms for Rent Clean furn’d rms/suites DT core. utils incl. W/D. quiet male $475+ 250-300-0304 IDEAL for student, shared kitchen, laundry, private bath A/C. Kettlevalley $600 + 1/2 DD. 250-764-3089 LOOKING for clean quiet roomate. NS, NP. $450+DD. Must be working. 250-801-5969 MODERN Furn’d. bdrm. all cbl/utils. incl’d., $450mo. Also small trailer, $450/mo. Call 250-861-8907,250-317-2546 NEWER House, $550 incl internet, cble, lndry. Share kitchen. Own bthrm. 250-681-5777. VALLEYVIEW Fully furn’d. rm. util/cbl/kit incl. nr. bus/shops, Rutland $550. 250-868-9811 or 250-765-8272
RV Pads ACRES RV SITES Full hook-ups, TV etc. “Out of town but in town” Extended stay discounts TRAILER RENTALS 40ft. Exec. 5th wheel Ph: (250) 765-2580
FARM COUNTRY RV PARK IN N. KELOWNA beautiful, quiet country scenery. Full Hook-Ups. Reasonable rates 250-862-7448
Seasonal Acommodation 2800 Sq. ft. House with 3 bdrms, 1 bonus room (sleeps 8) Backs onto park,1 block to beaches, golf, Mission Creek Greenway $1950 per week, $485 per night 250-764-6135 LACASA Lake Cottage Resort, Elegant & Modern 2bdrm, den, sleeps 8. Avail Aug 1. $1500/wk. (250) 491-0823
Senior Assisted Living INDEPENDENCE with care. Bdrm w/cbl & own phone, 3 meals/snacks, lndry & housekeeping, transportation to Dr’s appnts. CPR & 1st aide certiﬁed. $1250/mo. 250-317-3341
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Shared Accommodation 1 Executive Rm. includes TV computer,close to KLO campus.& bus. Wayne-763-2727 2BDRM prefer students,close to the Brick(McCurdy & Hwy97 internet, shared bath,kit.,close to bus,$500.+$450 avail Aug 1 Avail. Sept 1 (250)491-9153 CLEAN Roommate wanted NS, ND, ND. NP, $480/mth (250)860-8106, 250-718-1621 MISSION- share 2 bdrm, 2 bath condo, a/c, laundry, close to shops & lake. $610 incl utils/cbl. Aug 1. 250-801-8071. New quiet home near UBCO female students. furnished rooms, share kit/laundry/bath need car 250-491-8177 or 250-215-1073
Suites, Lower 1300sq’ 2bd, 5appl, jetted tub, pool, utils, Sat incl. Lakeview Heights. NS, NP. Ref’s req’d. $1100. 250-769-7107 1BD. Blk. Mtn., sep. ent/drive, np, ns, $800. utils incl., 250765-5020, 250-808-5053 1BD bsmt suite, Glenmore, FS, WD, NS, NP. $750 utils incl. 250-808-2435 aft 5pm. 1BD bsmt suite, lrg, 1/2blk to beach/hospital. FS, WD, lrg yard, sep ent, utils incl. NP. Aug 1st. $900. 250-868-8874. 1BD., Lwr. lev., sep. ent., shr’d. w/d, cls. to DT, ns, $675 incl. utils except cbl., 250-8683565 1BD. New Upper Miss., cable/ac, int/util/wd incl., priv. prkng/ent., ns, np, $850. Avail now. 250-764-6383 1BD+ Ofﬁce/strge rm, above ground, full lake & city views, lrg walk in closet, kit & bth, own lndry, priv ent., in Upper Mission. NP, NS. Sngle prof w/ref’s. $900+DD, incl all utils.Avail. Aug or Sept Call 250-764-1244 1BDRM. Bachelor suite in Lower Mission Clean NS No Drugs, $ 900 + DD incl all utils. Avail. Now (250)764-8862 1Bdrm shared laundry all utils incl. NS NP single person near Costco $875/mth + DD avail Aug 1 250-762-5830 1BD suite in Rutland, Close to bus. $750 includes everything. 250-864-6031, 250-765-6031 1-BEDROOM, 4-Appliances, Central Air $750 Including Utilities OR 2-Bedroom, 5-Appliances $900 Including Utilities & Cable- 250-8601961 Register Online www.cdnhomeﬁnders.ca
2BD, 1500sq’, level entry, laundry, full kitchen w/dinette area, lrg master adjoining full bath, LR- 28X13 plus extra bdrm. NP, NS, No kids,resp working couple/ retirees pref. $1100 incl utils. Quite area. Primrose Rd. 250-765-4495 2BD bsmt suite, Aug 1st, $1000mo. Everything incl except phone. 250-869-7986 2 Bdrm basement suite Black Mtn. area Seperate entrance NS. NP. $800 utils incl. except ldry. avail now. call Paul 8647504 2BDRM Large Suite in Black Mountain NS/NP Utilities incl Separate Laundry, Mature & Resp. adults w/ref. $1000/- # 250-862-1842, 250-765-2668. 693 Mayfair Crt. 1bd suite, ground level, NP, NS, Nparties, avail now. $850 all incl. Every month inspection. Call 250-765-4594, 250-317-4015 AUG 1. $800. Everything incl. Bach suite, share kit., gated comm., bus route, rec centre. 250-491-5078, 250-878-5013 August 1. 2bd, priv ent, no stairs, NS, NP. $750 incl utils. Call 250-765-2857 BACHELOR Ste. Glenrosa, Avail. immed, ns, np, nprtys, utils incl. $600.mo. 768-1360 LOVELY 1 bdrm suite Lower Mission near bus route, beaches, shopping. 15 min to Ok College. $750 incl util, laundry, wireless. Ideal for student. Avail Aug 1. 250-7629194 or 250-868-8568. LRG 2bd bsmt suite, close to OC, shopping & bus, utils incl, $1000. Immed. 250-763-2399 NEWER, bright, open 1 bdrm legal suite, DT, gas f/p, new paint, ﬂooring appl,$900 Aug1 or sooner. 250-869-1816. Newly reno’ed furnished 1bdrm suite Prefer student $650 incl utils.(250)763-9151 New reno’s nice 2bdrm walkout 1bath F/S W/D parking/yard $1050 incl/utils 250215-1073 or 250-491-8177
Suites, Lower RUTLAND. 3bd bsmt suite, close to school, walking distance to town, incl 5appl, utils, newly reno’d, laminate ﬂooring. $1200. Aug 1/15 or Sept 1.250-869-7408,250-717-8789 Upper Mission, self contained 1bdrm, suiteable for quiet single person. NS. NP. $725/mth utils incl. (778)477-5007 WINFIELD 2bdrm main level ste on parklike setting. Incl everything. Walking dist to beach & marina. On bus route. Furn or unfurn. Suits working person or students. N/s, n/p. $1000/mo. 250-766-1776
Suites, Upper 1BD, 1bth, DT Kelowna, 5appl, NS, NP, private. Clean, bright. Aug 1. $725. 768-3042 2BDRM plus sunroom in West Kelowna, large deck, lake view, 6 appls. $1350 plus utils Call Rodger 250-769-7109 LUXURIOUS upper lvl house, 2bd, 2bth, dbl garage, cov’d deck, CA, FP, 6appl, fully furn’d, NP. Aug 15. 9.5 mo lease. $1750 utils incl. Kuipers Cres. 250-764-1601 MODERN furn’d studio, small but cozy, suitable for student only, NS, Nparties, NP. Utils incl. $600. For more info call 250-860-2031 Avail. Now. NEW Reno’s, lg. 2bd, 1ba, WD, FS, DW, parking, patio. $1200 incl utils. Central loc. 250-215-1073, 250-491-8177
Townhouses 3BD, 2.5bth TH. July 15. Gas heat, 5appl, dbl carport, NS, NP, CA, ht’d pool, tennis crt, $1600.1yr lease.604-908-4580 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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OUR CARS LAST! 1977 Corvette, Teal, T-roof, 4spd., ex. mech., ex. body, $9000. aft. 5pm. 763-8648 1989 Buick Reatta Coupe, 2dr, fully loaded, touch screen controls. 3800 V6 eng, 4spd, auto 185k, $3475 obo 250-4480231 or 250-826-8025 1989 Dodge Aries clean + good running condition $700 obo 250-491-7521 or 250-7653178 1992 Dakota V8 Customized very good cond.extra cab with canopy $3800 obo (250)2957705 1996 Ford Taurus GL. Very clean, only 130kms, 3L, PW, PL, air, CD stereo, reg maint., $2000. 250-878-5638 1996 Mercury Sable, new cond, no accidents, no smoking, $2400 obo. 765-7239 1998 Audi A4 quattro, V6, 5spd, $4700 obo. 250-3071215. 1998 Mercury Mystique, auto, 4cyl, 172k, loaded, summer/ winter tires, beautiful shape. $2900. 250-767-6216
Want to Rent WANTED TO RENT. 2bd in Kelowna area. Up to $900 utils incl for nonsmoking, employed male. WD. Aug 1st or sooner. Please call 250-869-7362
Antiques / Classics 1990 CADILLAC SEVILLE, 4 dr, FWD, Cabriolet Convertible top, all original, Show Room condition. The only one for sale in BC. Appraised at $9000. No longer driving, will sell for $3900. A beautiful car! 250-575-2191.
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FREE vehicle removal for recycling only, cars, trucks, vans. No registration, no problem. Call Larry 250-540-0303. LYLE’’S TOWING Free removal of unwanted vehicles. Pay up to $1000 for good vehicles. Lots of used parts for sale. 765-8537 TIRES- ASSORTED. 4-205-70-15, $190. 4-215-70-14, $200. 4-195-7014 $195. 250-860-8127
1999 Cadillac SLS 32- VNorthstar Auto Air P/W P/L Fully Loaded $4500.862-2555 2000 SUZUKI Esteem, 115,000kms, front bumper cracked, engine’s great, fuel efﬁcient. Great summer car! Asking $2500 obo. 250-5758518. 2001 Ford Taurus SE Exc. Cond. Cruise, AC/PW/CD new tires/brakes 155k’s $5000 obo 250-718-1595 2001 Olds Alero, new brakes & tires, well maint, exc.cond $2850 obo 250-307-4379 2001 Sebring Convertible, loaded, lady owned, was $10,900, bought new car, wholesale $5900. Just like new. 250-575-2191. 2002 Cavalier, 4dr, 5-spd, only 94,000kms, immac/cond. $3600 250-503-4860 2002 Ford Taurus, A/C P/W, 90,000kms. Good cond. $3750 250-763-4262 AT A CLICK of a mouse, www.BCLocalBiz.com is your local source to over 300,000 businesses!
Cars - Sports & Imports 1985 1/2 Porsche 944 rare sunrf/del. All hist. Apprsed @ $14,500. Offers 250-317-3668 2002 MAZDA Protege5, A/C, power everything, remote start, 134k. Great shape with two sets of tires. $8500 obo 212-5742 2004 HONDA CIVIC 2dr 5spd, Black. Only 84,000Kms, clean, keyless entry, CD, ipod plug in, Alarm, PW, sunroof. Winter & summer tires both on steel rims! DEAL- $8888. 250-5402559 IMMACULATE 2006 Mazdaspeed 6, 53k, 274hp, turbo, 6spd, AWD, 18” wheels, Bose stereo, HIDs, CAI & power all. $22,900.Dexter, 250-717-7776
Motorcycles 1984 Venture, can use collector plates, 130,000kms, full touring w/stereo, $1700 obo. 250-309-2487. 1986 250cc, Honda Elite Scooter, 1500miles, new tires, brakes, battery, Looks & runs great. $1400 (250)545-2162 1990 Honda 1500 Goldwing FE, 36,000kms, pearl white & gray, mint cond. $9000. 250542-3501. 1992 BMW K75 Great cond. ABS, Metzler tires $3100 obo 250-491-1972, 250-300-4172
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1992 HD Heritage Softtail, excl cond., 89cu, vances in hines pipes, corbin seat & backrest, brand new tires, less then 150k, detachable windsheild & much more. Must see. $7800 Call Steve, 250-717-7044 1995 Harley Ultra Classic 53,000k Thousands in extras $12,800 (250)215-0265 2002 Harley Davidson Silver Super glide. Lowered shocks + seat. 49431km. Alarm $11,500 ﬁrm (250)860-0550 .+ extras 2004 HD U-Built Hardtail, 0 miles, rebuilt, repainted. Appraised $18k, sacriﬁce $9k. 250-763-5462. 2008 H.D. Softail Classic, low kms, like new, lots extras. Call for more info (250)545-6854 2008 Kawasaki 650KLR, as new, 50kms, $6500 obo. 250260-1920. $AVE E-SCOOTER $ALE *Brand New* E-Scooters $779 Kids Dirtbike/ATV Start@$299 Adult@$1499 Buggy,UTV,etc www.KDMSports.com 1-866-203-0906/250-863-1123
CAMPING - Fishing time!1989 F250-5. 8L,propane, gas, Low Km. many extras with 8ft security camper - Both excellent condition $4900. Takes All (250)860-8412
2006 MacGregor 26M Sailboat with prepaid moorage in Kelowna. Family boat in perfect cond, all avail options, 50hp motor. Expensive stereo system. Trailer & much more. Enjoy weekends aboard with great headroom in the cabin. Seperate head compartment, sleeping accomodation for 6 and barbecue for entertaining. Owners are anxious to sell. Asking price $39,900 plus tax. Comparable new boat price is $50,000. Brian 250-317-0390 21’ “Windrose” Sailboat w/trailer, good cond, ﬁberglass hull, aluminum/stainless rigging. $4500 obo (250)769-3144 Malibu Wakesetter.25’ 06 fully loaded Red/blk come with extreme tandom trailer Local boat 1 owner low hrs. Supurb cond. $69,000 (250)859-1300 MARINE Tech Home Shop Service. 30yrs. Call Chuck 250-765-6104. NEW Pontoon Boats, Dealership Closing, 1-25’ w/150hp, $38,000 1-22’ w/115hp, $28,000 Offers (250)5494847, 250-503-6980 REDLINE Marine Mobile Services. 250-869-7091 firstname.lastname@example.org
#1 4 Your Every Desire! Beautiful, Classy, Blonde. Day/Night. 250-861-8488 1 and only Garden of Eden. Voted #1 in Customer Satisfaction. Open 24/7 for in/out calls. Kelowna’s largest & best selections since 1998. MC/ Visa/Amex accpt’d. GFE avail. 250-868-9439 Now Hiring. *1 Beautiful Busty Blonde* Massage, Bodyslides, AI/GFE. Sexy & Fun 250-450-6550 1ST Class Mystique Escorts. Gorgeous Ladies & Men of all ages to suit every need. 24/7 out calls. Quick arrival time reasonable rates. 860-6778 (Kelowna), (250) 558-5500 (Vernon). NOW HIRING. www.mystiqueescorts.ca ALL Pro Escorts. Female & Male Escorts & Strippers. 24hr fast & friendly service. Cash/Visa/MC. Always hiring. Penticton:250-487-2334 Kelowna:250-860-7738 Vernon:250-542-8448 Salmon Arm:250-832-6922 www.allproescorts.com or www.allprostrippers.com ALYSSA 35Yrs Former Feature Exotic Entertainer /men’s model/adult ﬁlm star available to pamper you 24/7. 34C/25/32 250-317-2544 ASHA. Black Beauty. 26 years old. Fit body. 36/26/36. 250-801-0644 CLAIRE - Oh so Sweet ‘n’sexy treat. One of a kind,can blow your mind, call 250-808-1605 xoxo Destiny- Tall, Tanned Experienced, Busty Blonde. call 250317-4605 Ebony Beauty 24 Eurasian princess 26 .Playful frisky & fun in/out 250-859-9584 MADONNA Visiting Mon July 19 & Tues July 20. 36DD 28 39 Super Sexy Gorgeous slim 44 fox. 778-899-1743 MALE 4 Male Erotic Massage, $95. Winﬁeld, 9-9 Daily 250766-2048 MMM JEWEL! Calendar girl easygoing, sensual, pretty, & sweet. Call me 250-491-0965 MS. Sarah www.mssarahdom.com SANDY’S Entertainment. Tall, tanned, blonde, busty, blueeyed,in/out.Lic’d.250-878-1514 SERENA, Sexy, Exotic Eastern Beauty. I Will please you in ways you could only imagine. Independent. 863-5783 SEXY, 40 DD, 28/32 brown eyed brunette. Sexy & Sweet, Discreet. Enjoys couples & dom, GFE. Kelly 765-1098. The Ultimate GFE Service for the Discerning Gentleman call Lydia 250-448-2894 The ultimate transexual massage experience. Call 780-934-9343 VOTED #1- BEACH BUNNIES Kelowna’s Elite Agency www.beachbunnies.ca 250-448-8854 Now hiring!
Off Road Vehicles 2001 Honda ATV, 450 4x4, 1500lb winch, runs great, $2700 obo (250)938-0098
2006 Polaris Quad, 800cc, engine chipped, plenty of power c/w rear seat, windsheild, winch, good cond., $6500 obo. Call Jim, 250-766-5080 2007 700R Rapter, new, road price, $6500 obo. 2005 Honda 500ES 4x4 quad, $6000 obo. 1993 YZ 125, $1200. 250-8618907, 250-317-2546 2007 SUZUKI RM-Z 250, 4-STROKE, ORIGINAL TIRES STILL ON BIKE. SCORPION RAD GUARDS, MOOSE LEVER GUARDS, 2-AIR FILTERS, CHANGED OIL EVERY FEW RIDES, RUNS GREAT! $4700. JEFF 250-938-0913 2008 Polaris Sportsman 500 HO, winch, snow plow, very low hrs, $6600. 250-379-2448
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1973 Dodge 3/4 ton, extra cab w/ 1978 11’ Caveman camper. Runs well, $1495 obo. Call 250-469-1351 1984 Ford 26’MH 460 4BB auto, gen, a/c, 150k, great shape $7700 obo. 250-260-8074 1985 Triple E Class C. 350 Auto, vadura 3500, sleeps 6, 80,200km, new front tires, 2 batts, shocks & furnace. Dual AC/heat, o/s awning. $11,500 obo. 250-860-1548 aft 6 pm 1988 Class “C” 28ft. Motorhome Very Good Cond. Ford Chassis only 46,000 Km. $12,000 call: 250-860-4102 or 250-860-2501 1991 TRAVELAIR, 19.5’ 5th wheel trailer, very clean, gently used, sm. easy tow unit, full fridge, 3pc bath, . $6900. 250765-8636 eves & weekends. 1993 27.5’ Escaper, 5th wheel, superslide, clean, new batteries $8000 250-547-2362 1999 Corsair 28.5’ 5th wheel w/slide, queen & hide-a-bed, many extras, exc.cond, Reese hitch $13,500. 250-503-8489. 2000 Vanguard 22’, brand new awning 153k, $24,900. (250)545-0552, 250-309-6290 2004 Arctic Fox 5th wheel, 26.5’, 12’ slide, rear picture window, 4 seasons pkg. pristine cond. easy towing, $24,500 550-3221, 306-7886 23’.5 Fifth Wheel 1988, Very good cond. A/C, awning t/v attena,microwave,tub/shower good rubber hitch incl.interior email pics avail.$5,500 obo (250)764-7441 28’ Motorhome Toyhaller Ford chassis Fully loaded w/built in generator Low mileage. Good for ATV’s and other motorbikes and camping $29,000 obo. 1-250-491-9029 or 1-250470-2613 87 Winnabago 27Ft class A ga/propane gen set 2air laminant $10,500. 250-215 -8943
Scrap Car Removal AAA SCRAP CAR REMOVAL Min $40 cash for full size vehicles, any cond. 250-899-0460 FREE removal of unwanted & scrap cars. Call Paul Haul, 250-808-9593 SCRAP BATTERIES WANTED We buy scrap batteries from cars & trucks & heavy equipment. $3.00 each. Free pick-up anywhere in BC, Minimum 10. Call Toll Free 1.877.334.2288
Sport Utility Vehicle 1989-1997 Suzuki Tracker, 2dr & 4dr, $2500 & up. 250308-6951. 1995 JEEP Grand Cherokee white. full load, after market wheels + tires 176,000k $5500 obo 250-215-0265 1997 4 Runner Ltd. loaded, solid vehicle. incl; new set of Premium snows on rims. $8300. (250)308-1163
Trucks & Vans 1982 Silverado, brand new motor, excl cond., new tires, canopy. $3000obo. 868-3111
1994 Mazda B4000 Auto 4X4 Air P/W P/L Cruise King Cab $2990 KFM AUTO 862-2555 1998 Dodge Caravan, 260K, new transmission & tires (2sets) $2000 (250)546-8027 2002 F250 V8, white, 254K, 4WD, AC, AM/FM/CD stereo, PW/L, tilt, cruise, cloth int, recent detail, overhead racks & toolbox incl. $6500 obo. Call 250-979-2993 2004 F350 XLT diesel crew cab, long box, AM/FM stereo, AC, 6L diesel, 184K, loaded, toolbox, roof rack, good tires, $14,900 obo. 250-979-2993 2004 GMC Sierra SL short box, 2WD, exc. cond. 115k, $13,000 obo. 250-541-0653 2005 Ford F150 super crew XLT, 4x4, new tires, headlights, brakes, ﬂuids, $9750. 250-307-4379 2006 Ford F350 crew cab, 4x4, short box, diesel, auto, lariate, loaded, sunroof, black leather, 23K, reduced to $24,900 obo. 250-546-0994 2007 Chev 1500 4x4, ext.cab, S/B, 109k, good cond, $15,900. 250-306-5362.
Utility Trailers 1987 Travel Trailer, 27’, empty inside, great for storage, $900. 250-765-2789 BRAND new utility trailer, 6x8’, 2’ sides & tailgate, 10” rims, $700. 250-860-3493
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T10-058 Electrical Contractor Services Sealed tenders, clearly marked on the outside of the envelope with the words “T10-058 Electrical Contractor Services” will be received at the oﬃce of the City Clerk, 1435 Water Street, Kelowna, BC up until 3 PM, Local Time, July 29, 2010. Tenders will be opened publicly at that time. The City reserves the right to reject any or all tenders, to waive defects in any bid or tender documents and to accept any tender or oﬀer which it may consider to be in the best interest of the City. The lowest bid or any tender will not necessarily be accepted. Tender documents may be obtained at no charge from the City of Kelowna website from the Purchasing Department, 1435 Water Street, Kelowna BC V1Y 1J4.
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