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A province wide amnesty program is in effect from June 1-30 that permits immunity from prosecution to anyone who voluntarily surrenders a firearm, prohibited weapon, restricted or prohibited ammunition, or prohibited device. B.C.’s ministry of justice approved the initiative in an effort to identify and remove unauthorized and unwanted firearms from communities. Anyone wanting to take advantage of the limited-time amnesty is encouraged to contact their local RCMP detachment to have weapons or ammunition picked up. Participants must not deliver firearms to RCMP detachments because the amnesty does not include transporting firearms in vehicles. Ucluelet’s RCMP detachment can be reached at 250726-7773 and Tofino’s can be reached at 250-725-3242.

Long-awaited Scout program returns to Ucluelet ANDREW BAILEY Westerly News Local kids joined their parents at a bonfire held at Ucluelet’s Big Beach on Saturday to get pumped about the return of Beavers, Cubs, and Scouts to the community. Jennifer Rhodes says the program has been absent from Ucluelet for about 20 years and her kids’

desire to participate motivated her work to bring it back. “I’ve been trying to get it started for three years and it’s finally gotten off the ground,” she says, “it was a lot of hard work but I’m excited to get it rolling.” The program will kick off this September and is open to boys and girls ages 5-13. At the Big Beach celebration,

Rhodes introduced the volunteerleaders who completed training in Courtenay this past April in preparation for the program’s launch. “Cubs is all about doing your best,” said Cubs leader Jill McQuaid, “We get to earn badges throughout the year which is really exciting because the kids can set a goal and reach it.” Jamie Carson will lead the Bea-

vers with the assistance of Ryan McQuaid. “Beavers are going to have fun, they’re going to work hard, and they’re going to help family and friends,” Carson said, “We are going to learn to work together as a group...but at the same time we’re going to learn how to become individuals and we’re going to do this through songs,

crafts, games, and lots of outdoor adventures.” Volunteer leaders are needed, particularly to lead older youth at the Scout level and anyone interested in helping out is encouraged to contact Rhodes at 250-7267746. Anyone with interested kids can also contact Rhodes for registration information. — reporter@westerlynews.ca


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Community Events To list your West Coast event, call 250 726-7029 or e-mail office@westerlynews.ca 6 THURSDAY THE TIDE Waits for No One art show with work by Joe Martin, Randy Frank, Erica Seitcher-Watts and others at Inkwis Arts and Culture, 106-368 Main St., Tofino. Show runs until July 15 and includes special events. 250-725-2190 for info. PUBLIC TALK about Rockfish Fisheries: Ecology and Conservation, presented by the Raincoast Education Society and West Coast Aquatic, 8pm, Harbour Lounge, Marine West, led by conservation ecologist Dr. Alejandro Frid. By donation. Info at: http://raincoasteducation. org/education-programs/speakerseries. FISH FARMING in Norway, 7:30pm (doors at 7) Clayoquot Sound Theater. Don Staniford, well known wild salmon advocate, will be giving a presentation. After studying fish farming for 20 years and watching the industry devastate local fisheries, he is a wealth of knowledge and a tireless advocate. Healthy Babies Program/Family Ties, 10:30am. Drop-in for expectant parents & new parents, Coastal Family Place, Tofino. Info, support & sharing. 250-725-4020. Free community lunch, noon–2pm, Coastal Community Services Hub, Ucluelet. Info 250-726-2343. Ucluelet Elementary Strongstart, free drop-in program for preschoolers and parents/caregivers, 11:30am–2:30pm, at the school. Tofino Strongstart, 11:15am–2:15pm, Wickaninnish School. Bring lunch. The Edge Youth Room, 3–6pm, Ucluelet Community Centre & Youth Nite at the Edge (cooking, movies, art projects & more), 6–8pm, $2. Kwisitis Visitor Centre, open 10am– 4:30pm, Pacific Rim National Park Reserve. Pacific Rim Toastmasters, 7:30pm, Rm 1, UCC. Info: 250-726-2766. Drop-in Bingo, doors 7pm, early-bird 7:30–8pm, full games 8–10pm, Tofino Legion.

7 FRIDAY Tofino library storytime, 11:30am– noon, 331 Main St. All preschool children with an adult welcome. 250-725-3713. Kwisitis Visitor Centre, open 10am– 4:30pm, Pacific Rim National Park Reserve. The Edge Youth Room, 2–6pm, Ucluelet Community Centre & Youth Sports Day, 3–5pm. Free. Holy Family Church, 7pm, 1664 Peninsula Rd. Ucluelet. Friday Pool, 4-9pm, Tofino Legion.

Grade 5 and 6 students from Ucluelet Elementary School gathered at Big Beach Tuesday for a community planting day hosted by the Central Westcoast Forest Society. The day was held as part of the society’s Big Beach restoration project that saw invasive Japanese Knotweed removed from the area last week and native plant species installed this week. The society is also working to restore a dried out creek at the site. [A. Bailey}

8 SATURDAY EXPERIENCES FROM AFRICA, talk and presentation by young VIU adn UVIC researchers who travelled to Ghana and Tanzania through the Protected Areas and Poverty Reduction program, 7-9pm, Lodge at the Beach at Middle Beach Lodge. Free admission, light refreshments. ST. COLUMBA CHURCH annual garage sale, 11am, Tofino Fire Hall. Includes bake table, BBQ and many garage sale treasures. Proceeds to upkeep of historic church and grounds. To donate items (no clothing), call Jennie at 250-725-3766. Ucluelet library, Ucluelet Community Centre, open 10am–2pm. Tofino library, 331 Main St., open 10am–noon & 1–5pm. Kwisitis Visitor Centre, open 10am– 4:30pm, Pacific Rim National Park Reserve. St. Francis of Assisi Church, mass 5:30pm, 441 Main St. Tofino. AA meeting, 7:30pm, St. Francis Church, 441 Main, Tofino. Open. Call 250-725-3446.

9 SUNDAY COOKING CLASS and Sunday Brunch with Bill Jones, chef and cookbook author of The Deerholme Mushroom Book: From Foraging to Feasting. 11am to 2pm and beyond in a luxury private home (details with registration). Book now by

calling 250-725-4222 or drop by Tofino Sea Kayaking Kwisitis Visitor Centre, open 10am– 4:30pm, Pacific Rim National Park Reserve. Christ Community Church, 10:30am, 1419 Peninsula Rd. Ucluelet. Grace Bible Church, 10:30am, Ucluelet Community Ctr., 500 Matterson Dr. Holy Family Church, 9:30am, 1664 Peninsula Rd. Ucluelet. St. Columba Church, 10:30am, 110 Second St. Tofino. Tofino Bible Fellowship, phone 250726-5017 for location and time.

10 MONDAY CANADIAN PARENTS for French Pacific Rim members: Annual General Meeting, 7pm at the Long Beach Golf Course meeting room. Will include minutes from previous meeting, review of activities and meeting with Dist. 70 superintendent, new board of directors, etc. Tofino Strongstart, 11:15am–2:15pm, Wickaninnish Elementary School. Cancelled today - Ucluelet Elementary Strongstart, 9-noon, at the school. Monday Night Movie, 8pm, Clayoquot Sound Community Theatre. See What’s On! column for details. Junior Youth Empowerment Program Satellite 1 for ages 12-14, 6-8 pm, UES kitchen. Deirdre 250-2660237 or uclueletbahais@gmail.com Floor hockey, 7–9pm, Ucluelet Sea-

plane Base Rec Hall. $2 drop-in. Indoor Soccer, 8–10pm, USS gym, $2 drop-in. Competitive & drop-in darts, doors 7pm, play 8pm, Tofino Legion.

11 TUESDAY AMBASSADOR PROGRAM for Tofino offers free four-hour orientation and training sessions that teach about the rich local natural landscape. Hosted at Tofino Botanical Gardens. Today, 5-9pm. To register, call 250-725-3153 or email ambassador@tofinochamber.org. Fish and Loaves Community Lunch, 11:30am–1pm, Tofino Community Hall. All welcome. No charge. Healthy Babies Program/Family Ties, 10:30am. Drop-in for expectant parents & new parents, Coastal Community Services Hub, Ucluelet Community Centre. Info, support & sharing. 250-726-2224. Tofino Strongstart, 11:15am–2:15pm, Wickaninnish Elementary School. Ucluelet Elementary Strongstart, 5–8pm, at the school. Ucluelet library, Ucluelet Community Centre, open 1–6pm. The Edge Youth Room, 3–6pm, Ucluelet Community Centre & Girl’s Roller Derby, ages 13–18, 3pm, Seaplane Base Rec Hall. St. Francis of Assisi Church, mass 5pm, 441 Main St. Tofino. Cont. on pg. 14


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Layar marks a new era in newspaper production Westerly News Brett Thomas of Big Bear Charters accepts a cheque on behalf of derby prize winner Colin Shore from Ucluelet Salmon Ladder Derby coordinator Lisa Brisco.

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The Ucluelet Salmon Enhancement Society presented this year’s first monthly prize for the Ucluelet Salmon Ladder Derby this week. The $500 cheque was awarded to Colin Shore for catching the biggest fish in the derby in May. Shore was visiting Ucluelet from Black Diamond, Alta., fishing with Big Bear Salmon Charters. He could not make it back for the presentation and Brett Thomas, Chair of the USLD and representative for Big Bear Salmon Charters, accepted it on his behalf. Shore caught a 27lbs-08oz Chinook salmon. The second place prize of $100 went to Brad Sarauer who caught a 27lbs-07oz salmon. Third place went to Robert Higgins whose fish weighed 24lbs-09oz. Higgins donated his $50 prize back to the USES. “It’s been a good start to the 4th annual derby,” said Lisa Brisco, coordinator of the USLD. “We are excited to see the fish that will be brought to the docks in June.” The 4th Annual Ucluelet Salmon Ladder Derby is a season-long event that rewards monthly cash and prizes to top fish. All proceeds benefit local salmon enhancement projects. Register in the derby at: www.uclueletsalmonladderderby.com.

digital assets into our newspapers,” said Hugh Nicholson, publisher of the Westerly News and division manager of VING, a division of Glacier Media. Layar uses your iPhone, iPad or Android smartphone or tablet to recognize images in the Westerly that have been enabled for augmented reality. It translates these images into buttons and notifications on your device’s screen, allowing you to instantly view related videos, share articles on social networks, click on websites mentioned in stories and much, much more. The app takes you beyond the paper’s pages. And it’s easy to use. Start the app, point your phone’s camera at the page, tap the “scan” button and Layar’s interactive buttons will appear on your screen. Tap any of them to be taken to video, image carousels, Facebook pages, Twitter and more. Layar is extremely versatile. If you can imagine it, Layar can do it. Newspaper pages, photographs, advertisements and other images can all util-

Imagine opening the Westerly News and watching a video. Or instantly buying items you see in your paper from an advertiser’s online store. Or seeing the story behind the story. We can help you do that. We are erasing the line between print and digital media through the use of augmented reality. It’s easy for you to join the experience. All it takes is Layar, an app you can download for free to make the Westerly News come to life. While Layar has been used by hundreds of magazines in Europe, the Vancouver Island Newspaper group, along with our sister company Lower Mainland Publishing, are the first media chains in the world to use the app across all publications. “Our plan is to increase engagement between our newspapers and our readers, increase the time they spend with us, improve the utility of the product, and seamlessly integrate our customers’

ize the Layar image recognition platform to allow the augmented reality components to appear instantly on readers’ smartphones or tablets. This makes it cleaner for designers and easier for consumers to use. Advertisers can entertain and inform readers, and allow them to share deals via email, Facebook and Twitter, buy products and services, book appointments conveniently without them needing to put down the paper and go to their computer, or take out their laptop, log on and open a program. Layar bridges the gap between traditional newsprint and the evolving digital landscape. In this week’s issue, you don’t have to look far to see Layared content – you can see publisher Nicholson’s photo come to life as a video on page A1. And there is more Layared content throughout this issue. To join the more than 28 million people who have downloaded Layar, visit layar. com or your app store.

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We’re changing to better serve the needs of readers Journalism — newspapers, radio, TV and online — is about telling stories, but not simply to entertain (though you hope to keep the customer’s attention). Rather, journalism is stories presented with the specific purpose of giving people the data they need to understand their immediate community and the greater world. News is not without its challenges. Challenge No. 1 is getting information and ensuring that the information you pass on is correct and balanced. And then you have to also make sure that it is

relevant to your readers’ lives, has meaning in their world and helps them to understand and engage more profoundly with others. The world is changing all around us and, for the most part, people, businesses and organizations have little choice but to change along with it or be left in the dust. Newspapers and other media are no different. We too must find ways to change and adapt what we do and the ways that we do it with the needs of the public that we serve. Sometimes this change has to do

with new technologies. Perhaps the earliest news reports were cave drawings in which reports of the activities of hunters were recorded. Over the centuries, town criers, sheets tacked up on walls and printed newspapers which reported things that had happened weeks before, have all been forms of journalism using the best tools there were at hand to share the news. Today, online periodicals allow readers access to an information stream from around the world live or within seconds of events

actually happening. The manner in which journalists spread the news is constantly changing. Some of those changes are good, some are great, and some might be less so, but they all present challenges both to those of us who put together the news and attempt to disseminate it and to those who receive the news. Adding Layar to the Westerly News is one of those changes with potential to be truly useful and exciting. It will allow us to offer our readers much more content than we could ever fit onto the

pages we print and in many different formats. There will be birthing pains and learning curves for all of us as we go along, but we’re excited to be able to offer this service and we hope you’ll be excited by it too. So download the free Layar App and enjoy the experience. If you have suggestions for things we can include in our enhanced news service, let us know. And keep us abreast of any problems you find so we can keep improving the service for you — our readers and advertisers.

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LETTERS POLICY The Westerly News welcomes readers’ letters to the editor, but we do reserve the right to edit your letters for clarity, taste, legality and length. We will print as many letters as space permits in any given week. To publish your letter, we will require your home town and a daytime telephone number but these are used for verification purposes only and will not be published. Letters must include your first name (or two initials) and last name. Letters which are unsigned and letters of more than 300 words will not be accepted. Please send your letter to the editor via e-mail to: office@ westerlynews.ca

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Many helped youth Cat Film Festival raise cash Dear Editor, The Ucluelet JYEP Cat Film Festival raised $187.16 for Ukee Scat. Beyond that though, the event also was able to provide many opportunities for our youth to develop their capacity for community service. This whole project would not have been possible without support from our fantastic community. An enormous thank you goes to the District of Ucluelet Mayor & Council for the use of the UAC Hall; to the helpful District & Rec-

reation Staff; and at UES, to Principal Ms. Adamson, Mr. Garand, and Ms. Brice. For our Theatre; Giovi Corlazzoli and JYEP assistant Ian Brittain for their 10 hour day. For the Photo Booth; Cintamani Levine, Isla Helmus, Giovi Corlazzoli, Windsor Plywood, and the artwork of Ian Brittain and Anthony Louie. Thanks also for the all-day support and the Cat in the Hat signage, to Cathie & Randy Oliwa, and Sandy Corlazzoli; to People’s Drug Mart for photocopying and the Costume Contest prize; to Cinta-

mani Levine and Lachlan Oliwa for baking; and to Hunter Allen, Kim English, Dempsey Appenheimer and Timmea Williams for generally being helpful. JYEP youth developed their skills in many areas, among which were: BOX OFFICE - Lachlan Stewart (Manager), Lachlan Oliwa, Anthony Louie, William Fortune; MINI-MARKET – Kaida Evans (Manager), Emily Bilkowski, Kaya Hickey; MC – Maxtin Lengyel; FACE PAINTING – Eden Stewart (Manager), Angelina Louie, Leigha Auld, Allora Hickey; CONCESSION

– Babae Williams (Manager), Cassy Ryles, Shawna Williams, Angelina Louie; TICKET SALES – Astrid Helmus & team; SET-UP & CLEAN UP – Pierce Washburn & many others. We still have some cat toys and Kindness to Animals colouring books to sell, so look for us at the Co-op Community Booth every now and then. All profits will go to Ukee Scat to help with local feral cats. Deirdre Helmus, Animator Ucluelet Junior Youth Empowerment Program (JYEP)


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Students benefit from generosity Dear Editor, The Pacific Rim Arts Society wishes to thank the Clayoquot Biosphere Trust for their financial support and the Ucluelet Parks and Recreation Commission for their collaboration to host our recent Youth Workshops in May at the Ucluelet Community Centre. We had over 10 students from Grades 8 to 12 attend the free four week after school workshops in digital photography and acrylic painting. With the assistance of Shannon McWhinney (Visual Arts Teacher at USS) and Mandala Smulders (Youth Coordinator at UCC) PRAS developed these two workshops to fit the needs of our youth from our surrounding

communities. To make these workshops accessible to all youth (Tofino, Ucluelet, and Area) we provided these sessions for free, right after school on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 3-5 p.m. so that students could take the late bus home. Our excellent instructors Douglas Ludwig (Photography) and Rebekka Lim (Acrylic Painting) provided an open teaching atmosphere that was suited to each student’s level of ability. PRAS will continue to build from our experiences with these workshops and collaborations for future youth programs in the arts. The Board of Directors, Pacific Rim Arts Society

CBT acknowledges hard work of board members Dear Editor, On behalf of the staff and board of the Clayoquot Biosphere Trust, I would like to acknowledge the long service of Larry Baird and Gary Johnsen, whose terms on the board ended in May. Mr. Baird has been with the organization since its inception and was one of the signatories to the original application to UNESCO. For many of these years he served as the co-chair. Mr. Johnsen also served on the board for a lengthy period and, most recently, was the organization’s treasurer. We thank them for their years of service to the Biosphere

Reserve region communities and wish them well in their future endeavours. We would also like to recognize and thank the current CBT board: Violet Clark, Tammy Dorward (cochair), Dan Edwards, Stephanie Hughes (treasurer), Geoff Lyons, Al McCarthy (secretary), Don McMillan, Anne Mack and Cathy Thicke (co-chair). If you have any questions about the CBT and its projects in the region, please drop by our Tofino office or visit our website: www. clayoquotbiosphere.org.

Public came through for our local seniors Dear Editor, Ukee came through for seniors again. The Spring Fling was a tasty success for the ears and the taste buds. Thanks are due to many folks including Ruby George, Phillipa and Bob, Jen Sheline and her lovely “Vanas,” Ken Gibson and his Rhodies, the Westerly and Long Beach Radio, Tracy Eeftink and her call out, the Village for the hall, the board for making it happen, Sue and Billy for coffee, tea, etc, Girl

Guides for feeder donation, Denise for her assistance, and the buyers of all ages. The auction was fun thanks to our third generation auctioneer. Donations were received from The Place, Linda Skuta, Betty Winpenny, Debbie Webb, Alice Bosman, Pam MacIntosh, Ann Branscombe, Gord Dunsmore, Ad Courses, Harvey Gudbranson, Janice Green, Marie McVey, Dinah Dickie, Leslie Anderson, Crystal Bolduc, Denise Svenson, Solidarity Snacks, Julie Beeley, Shirley Martin, Julie

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New policies are being hashed out to minimize the amount of time it takes the district to get information to residents after a portion of downtown Tofino was without water for several hours on Saturday night. Quality used The impact of a boulder that fell from a ridge housewares, caused enough pressure to rupture a water line in the clothes, books 200 block of Fourth Street, according to Tofino’s man& music ager of community sustainability Aaron Rodgers. The district’s public works crew was alerted to the OPEN 11-5 situation and the water supply from Barr’s Mountain MON-SAT was shut off around 8:30 p.m. to prevent flooding. MAIN ST. UCLUELET The water remained off for about three hours while (across from CIBC) the crew made repairs. In emergences, call public Supporting local charities works at 250-726-7837.

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Peter Devries received a well-earned champagne shower after winning the Pro Men division of this year’s Rip Curl Pro. The Pro’s winners this year became Canada’s first national champions in their divisions. Sarah Taylor won the Pro Women division but the California U.S.A. native was ineligible to be Canada’s national champion so this title went to the division’s runner-up Catherine Bruhwiler. Raph Bruhwiler won the Masters division. Ollie Atkey won the Men’s Longboard division. Emily Ballard won the Women’s Longboard division. Dylan Lee won the U-16 boy division. Freddy Sanford won the Under-12 Boys division. Keanna Hasz won the under-12 girls division. [A. BAILEY/WESTERLY NEWS]

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Two young women were in town last week to educate people about the need to recycle used oil, used anti-freeze and scrap tires. Carmen Ang and Nadine Hoyt are part of the eighth annual Summer Ambassador tour around the province. The tour is put on each year by the British Columbia Used Oil Management Association and Tire Stewardship B.C. “We’re trying to raise awareness about the importance of recycling used oil and scrap tires and to let people know how and where they can do this,” says Ang. The duo visited used oil recycling and scrap tire facilities to see how local programs are working and if there is more information those facilities need to help promote local recycling rates, adds Hoyt. This year the program is sending two teams of ambassadors. Hoyt

Carmen Ang and Nadine Hoyt visited the area last week promoting the recycling of used oil, tires and anti-freeze. [L.WELBURN/WESTERLY NEWS]

and Ang are covering the Island and Okanagan and the other team is covering the Interior and northern parts of the province. The program aims to minimize contamination of the environment through education and communication outreach at B.C.’s return collection facilities and tire retailer locations. Their mantra, they say, is “Every drop, every tread, every day — turn your used oil, antifreeze and

scrap tires into something better.” For more information on the hows and whys of recycling used oil, anti-freeze and scrap tires, you can go to: bcusedoilrecycling.com or rcbc.bc.ca/recyclepedia. Over the summer months, the ambassadors will travel through 130 municipalities and visiting 700 respective return collection facilities. — reporter@westerlynews.ca

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Edge-to-Edge running strong The Edge-to-Edge Marathon will make its 14th appearance this Sunday bringing about 600 runners to the West Coast with their supporters in tow. The marathon began as an idea shared between two locals, Sue Payne and Cheryl Magnusson, who routinely jogged together from the Junction to Ucluelet. The pair raised the idea to Ucluelet’s recreation commission and noted the near-perfect marathon distance between Tofino and Ucluelet. The chamber of commerce’s manager Kara-Lynn Bragg and special events assistant Rosemary Talford ran with the idea and became the marathon’s first race directors in 2000.

The chamber led the charge because of the marathon’s potential to bring tourism dollars to local businesses, according to Payne who is the current race director and chamber general manager. Marathoners quickly embraced the marathon’s 42-kilometre course and in 2002 it won the national Attractions Canada award for best sporting event in Canada. “We were up against some really spectacular events,” says race director Sue Payne, “one of the biggest reasons why we won was because it was an economic development strategy and at that time was pretty new and out of the box thinking.” The unique course incorporates local beaches and trails to deliver a unique West Coast experience to runners. — reporter@westerlynews.ca

Ucluelet local ready for ninth marathon volunteer experience ANDREW BAILEY Westerly News The runners of the 14th annual Edge-toEdge marathon will see a familiar face along their trek this Sunday as Kate Mantta will make her ninth appearance as a volunteer. Mantta moved to Ucluelet from England in 2005 and an immediate quest to get acquainted with her new community led her to the local chamber of commerce. “I really believe in community, one of the reasons I moved to Ucluelet was because I loved the community spirit,” she says. “I felt a commitment to participate and the reason I went to the chamber was because I thought it would enable me to get to know people and put myself out there.” Mantta became the volunteer coordinator for the marathon’s water stations in her second year with the chamber-run event and she has held this position ever since.

“You feel this great sense of being a team; the whole village is a team,” she says. “Just to see people working together is really fun and, to be in that role as a volunteer at the water stations, you’re helping other people have fun and helping them be safe.” Through her role, Mantta encourages local businesses to participate in the event by assembling water station teams of about 6 members each. Once she has her 13 teams in place, she ensures everyone is up to speed on what they need to do and encourages them to dress up and have fun during race-day. Along with dishing out water to marathoners racing past, Mantta’s volunteer teams keep an eye out for runner safety, help keep traffic and garbage clear from the course, and “cheer like there’s no tomorrow.” The marathon enjoys solid contribution from a pool of committed volunteers that expands each year.

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dle Club season, which is wrapping up this weekend. The paddle club was offered through Uclueletâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s recreation department. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Some of the people had never done it before, some were really good paddlers already,â&#x20AC;? Eeftink says, â&#x20AC;&#x153;Some people actually went out and bought kayaks because they loved it so much.â&#x20AC;? Along with providing affordable kayaking experiences, Eeftink says the club gave Majesticâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s staff

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Request For Proposal; 3 year Contract for Harvest Vessels for Mainstream Canada Mainstream Canada has an opportunity for interested parties to bid on a 3 year contract for harvesting services for the West coast of Vancouver Island in the Tofino areas. This Letter is intended for the use of bidding on this contract opportunity. • All vessels must be able to meet or exceed ISO 14001, 9001 and 18001 requirements of Mainstream Canada • Vessel requirements for this tender must have a capacity to hold 135,000 kg Live Weight (~298,000 lbs) of product. o Vessel draft will need to meet the Tofino Harbor limitations when full with product Terms of Bidding • All bids must be in by August 15, 2013 including a proposed contingency plan. • Mainstream will determine the winning bid by September 30, 2013 • Tender packages with more information are available but bidders will be required to sign a confidentiality agreement with Mainstream before receiving the package. • All bids received and discussions with bidders will be held in confidence

Hiring for all positions: Fish Graders, Forklift & Crane Operators, Tally Person & Icers. Competitive wages, lots of work and over-time hours. Join the “Neptune Ice Team” in Ucluelet. Experience an asset but not necessary. Must be dependable, willing to learn and hardworking. Call Crystal @ 250-726-7761 or fax resume: 250-726-2283 271956

PEOPLES DRUG MART Ucluelet Front Store Clerk needed immediately. Retail experience an asset. Apply with resume. Phone: 250-726-2733 272121

TOFINO’S CREATIVE SALMON CO. LTD. Requires a Site Manager (full-time). Applicants must have extensive experience in aquaculture as well as proven supervisory skills. Apply to hr@creativesalmon.com before June 14, 2013.

Office Contact: Mainstream Canada, PO Box 142 61-4th Street, Tofino BC, V0R2Z0, Tel (250) 725-1255, Fax (250) 725-1250, Attention Don McIntyre. Email: contracts@mainstreamcanada.com

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Bylaw Enforcement Officer The District of Tofino is seeking to fill 2 temporary positions to help educate the public and enforce District of Tofino Bylaws while responding and assisting in a variety of situations.

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SEA DRIFT Ucluelet is now accepting resumes for the upcoming following positions: QC, HACCP Manager, Production Foreman Manager, Ticketed First Aid Personnel, Ticketed Fork Lift Drivers, Filletters, Fish Plant Production Workers, General Labourers, Maintenance Workers and Receptionist position. Sea Drift Ucluelet is an upcoming ground fish processing operation located in Ucluelet. Detailed resumes with all necessary attachments can be emailed to seadriftalbert@shaw.ca or mailed to Albert Blackford, General Manager, PO Box 134 Ucluelet, B.C. V0R 3A0 or hand-delivered between 8:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m. at 2074 Peninsula Road, Ucluelet. No phone calls please. Only those short listed will be contacted. 271564

136 The hourly rate for this position is $23.13. $25.70. The deadline for applications is 4:00 PM on June 10, 2013. A job summary is available at the District Office or online at www.tofino.ca. Applications may be sent to: Jane Armstrong District of Tofino 121 Third Street, P.O. Box 9 Tofino, BC V0R 2Z0 Fax: 250-725-3775 Email: jarmstrong@tofino.ca

WORK WITH US & GROW A CAREER Glacier Media WITH Group is growing. WORK US &Check our job board regularly for the latest openings: www.glaciermedia.ca/careers GROW A CAREER Glacier Media Group is growing. Check our job board regularly for the latest openings: www.glaciermedia.ca/careers

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DRIVER WANTED KD Air is looking for someone in the Tofino or Ucluelet area to drive passengers in their fleet van. On Call wage is $50 a day. $100 for driving to Port Alberni once a day. $150 for driving to Port Alberni twice a day. Class 4 preferred but not necessary. Valid Class 5 with a clean driver’s abstract a must. Call KD Air for more info: 1 800 665 4244 270975

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TOFINO VACATION Rentals Inc. (TVR) Is seeking an Office Assistant for its busy office in downtown Tofino. The position is 4 days per week including weekends, 6 hours per day, 11 am - 5 pm, from June 10 - Sept. 30. The ideal candidate will have an excellent telephone manner and customer service and will have proficient computer skills and be able to multi-task in a busy office environment. A professional appearance is a must, prior experience is an asset. Hourly wage offered @ $13. Contact Michele Dimitrov 725-2779 or drop off your resume at 430 Campbell Street. 271504

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MARINE Superintendent/Detachment Superintendent, Canadian Forces Auxiliary Fleet, a civilian component of the Department Of National Defence, seeks Marine Managers for positions in Nanoose Bay and Victoria (Vancouver Island), British Columbia. Online applications only through the Public Service Commission of Canada website, Reference# DND13J008697-000065, Selection Process# 13-DND-EA-ESQ373623, Marine Superintendent/Detachment Superintendent. Applicants must meet all essential qualifications listed and complete the application within the prescribed timelines. **http:/ /jobs-emplois.gc.ca/ index-eng.htm. Surintendant / Surintendant de detachement de la Marine. La flotte auxiliaire des forces canadiennes, une composante civile du ministe ` re de la Defense nationale, cherche des gestionnaires marins pour des postes situes a Nanoose Bay et Victoria sur l’ile de Vancouver, en ColombieBritannique. Les candidats interesses doivent postuler en ligne a travers le site internet de la Commission de la fonction publique du Canada, Reference n DND13J008697-000065, le processus de selection # 13-DND-EAESQ-373623, Surintendant / Surintendant de detachement de Marine. Les candidats doivent posseder toutes les qualifications essentielles enumerees dans la publicite en ligne et remplir la demande dans les delais prescrits. http://jobsemplois.gc.ca/indexeng.htm 271927

PARTS PERSON. Join BC’s Largest Volume Outdoor Power Equipment Sales and Service Center with over 20 employees serving BC since 1986. We require immediately, one Full-Time(Yearround) experienced Parts Person to join our Parts Department. Duties include Counter Sales, Telephone inquiries and Sales, Parts Lookup(Both Computer and Manual), Inventory stocking and merchandising. This F/T position requires applicant to have knowledge of the outdoor power equipment industry, superior customer service skills, and excellent communicative and organizational skills. Medical and Dental plan. Salary is commensurate with experience. Mail resume to: Fraser Valley Equipment Ltd., 13399 72nd Avenue, Surrey, BC, V3W-2N5, Fax: 604-599-8840, Email: terry@fraservalleyequipment.com 271915

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SMALL ENGINE TECHNICIAN. Join BC’s Largest Volume Outdoor Power Equipment Sales and Service Center with over 20 employees serving BC since 1986. We require immediately, one FullTime(Year-round) experienced Service Technician to join our extremely busy service centre. This F/T position requires the applicant to have extensive knowledge of 2cycle and 4cycle engines, all lawn and garden equipment and related power equipment. Industry certification is definitely an asset. Medical and Dental plan. Salary is commensurate with experience. Mail resume to: Fraser Valley Equipment Ltd., 13399 72nd Avenue, Surrey, BC, V3W-2N5, Fax: 604-599-8840, Email: terry@fraservalleyequipment.com 271914

PROFESSIONAL SALES CONSULTANTS. Central Alberta’s leading Ford dealer requires two professional sales associates. We maintain a large inventory of New & Used vehicles & friendly country atmosphere with big city sales volume. We are closed Sundays and all Statutory Holidays. We offer a competitive pay plan with an aggressive bonus structure, salary guarantee and moving allowance. Attention: Dean Brackenbury, GSM. Email: dbrackenbury@denhamford.com. 271925

AUTOMOTIVE TECHNICIANS. Licensed, 4th year & 3rd year Technicians required. Signing/moving allowance, full company benefits, very aggressive bonus/pay plan. Ford experience preferred, but not required. Denham Ford, Wetaskiwin, Alberta. Email resume: Attention: Dean Brackenbury; dbrackenbury@denhamford.com. 271643

JOIN OUR TEAM & earn up to $85,000 a year. Journeyman technician-proven producer, good attitude, quality workmanship a must. Minimum 4 years experience. Full benefit package available. Braby Motors Salmon Arm. Fax resume 1-250-832 4545, email pat@brabymotors.com.

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TWO FULL-TIME positions available immediately for an Import Auto dealer in the interior of BC. Service Advisor -minimum 2-3 years experience. Apprentice or Journeyman Technician Both applicants must have good attitude, quality workmanship. Email: moejam@telus.net. 271931

CLINICAL Counsellor NI Survivors’ Healing Society-Trauma and Abuse Counselling Centre. 14 hour per week contract with expansion and renewal potential. contact@nishs.ca

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DRIVERS WANTED AZ, DZ, 3 or 1 with airbrakes: Terrific career opportunity with outstanding growth potential to learn how to locate rail defects using non-destructive testing. Plus extensive paid travel, meal allowance, 4 weeks vacation and benefits pkg. Skills Needed Ability to travel 6 months at a time, Apply online at www.sperryrail.com under careers. Click here to apply, keyword: Driver. DO NOT FILL IN CITY OR STATE. EOE 271392

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Mid Island Automotive Swap Meet Sunday, June 9th, 8am-2pm. Parksville Curling Club (in the Parksville Community Park). Cars and Parts, Antiques and Collectibles. Concession. Free parking. $2.00 admission. Sponsored by Laird Wheaton GM

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ONE BEDROOM ground floor suite in Ucluelet. w/d, available for long term rent. N/S, N/P. For more information phone or email Carl Scott at RE/MAX Mid-Island Realty (250)726-2228 carlscott@ucluelet.com

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1 BDRM SUITE IN Ucluelet. Laundry facilities. N/S, no pets. Avail. immediately. $700 + 1/2 utilities. Call 250-726-2775. 271961

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FOR LEASE/RENT Centrally-located at Royal Canadian Legion, 331 Main St., Tofino. 1000 sq ft on the lower level, 2 bathrooms and office. Formerly Vi’s Place. Parking & wheel chair access . Lease negotiable. Will consider renovation for right client. Contact W. Bernard (250-725-3288) or Cam MacDonald (250-725-3323) 271977

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What’s on in the area MONDAY NIGHT MOVIE The Monday night movie for June 10 at 8 p.m., Clayquot Sound Community Theatre, Tofino is Dead Man Down (Crime/ Drama, US, 2013, 110 min, 14A, directed by Niels Arden Oplev). This action thriller stars Colin Farrell (In Bruges, Seven Psychopaths) and Noomi Rapace (The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo Swedish trilogy) as two strangers whose mutual desire for revenge draws them together and triggers an escalating trail of mayhem. Also stars Terence Howard (Crash) From the acclaimed director of the original The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo. The Monday night movie for June 17 at 8 p.m., Clayquot Sound Community Theatre, Tofino is Ping Pong (Doc, UK, 2012, 80 min, Rated G, directed by Hugh Hartford). Never too old for gold. Eight players, with 703 years among them, compete in the World Over 80s Table Tennis Championships in Inner Mongolia. Australian legend Dorothy deLow is 100,

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and finds herself a mega celebrity at the event. Les D’Arcy is a living legend at 89. The film follows them and others as they prepare to compete in this extraordinary sporting event. Co-sponsored by Green Soul Organics – draw prizes. The Monday night movie for June 24 at 8 p.m., Clayquot Sound Community Theatre, Tofino is Midnight’s Children (Drama, Can, 2012, 142 min, Rated PG, directed by Deepa Mehta). Born in the hour of India’s freedom. Handcuffed to history. This epic film, from Oscar-nominated director Deepa Mehta, is based on the Booker Prize-winning novel by Salman Rushdie. At the stroke of midnight on August 15 1947, as India proclaims independence from Great Britain, two newborn babies are switched by a nurse in a Bombay hospital. Saleem Sinai, the illegitimate son of a poor woman, and Shiva, the offspring of a wealthy couple, are fated to live the destiny meant for each other as their lives become mysteriously intertwined.

BIG BEACH MOVIE Legend of Sarila. Animation, Adventure, Family. Three brave teenage adventurers must locate a hidden promised land of legend in this Canadian animated adventure. Set in the Arctic, against the odds three Inuit teens must find entrance into a world where only the purest of heart may enter. An epic tale sure to entertain the whole family. Runs June 7 at 6pm and June 8 at 3pm. Rated PG. $6 for adults, $4 for kids 12 and under. Big Beach Cinema, Ucluelet Community Centre, 500 Matterson Dr. Incredible Burt Wonderstone. Comedy. When a street magician’s stunts begins to make their show look stale, superstar magicians Burt Wonderstone and Anton Marvelton look to salvage on their act - and their friendship - by staging their own daring stunt. Runs June 7 at 8pm. Rated PG-13. $6 for adults. Big Beach Cinema, Ucluelet Community Centre, 500 Matterson Dr.

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11 TUESDAY Youth night, 7-9pm, Tofino Legion. Free admission, snacks & drinks. Pool, snooker, foosball, hockey table, darts & board games. Parents welcome. Food Bank on the Edge, pick up 1–3pm, across from Ucluelet Rec. Hall, Seaplane Base Rd. Roller Derby Practice, 7-9pm,

Seaplane Base Rec Hall. Skates provided. Bring mouthguard. $2 drop -in. Basketball, 7–10pm, USS gym. $2.

12 WEDNESDAY USS AWARDS NIGHT for Fine Arts students, celebration of student academic and artistic achievements, all welcome, USS bandroom, 7pm. CULTURAL CANOE mini-tours,

free, 4-6pm as part of The Tide Waits for No One art show at Inkwis Arts and Culture, 106-368 Main St., Tofino. 250-725-2190. Recycling Day in TOFINO. Youth Health Clinic Ucluelet, 10–11:30am, youth room, Ucluelet Community Centre (library entrance). 250-720-5471. Youth Health Clinic Tofino, 1–2:30pm, Coastal Family Place, 265 First St. Health nurse: 250-720-5471.


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Nicholas Adamson

Jasmine Amos

Bronte Appenheimer

Brechan Bird

Nora Boileau Morrison

Jordan Boulton

Jacob Burns

Giovanni Corlazzoli

Katie-Jo Crocker

Jon Q. David

Mackenzie Drake

Jeffrey Frank

Nicole Gault

Emma Irwin

Jordan Jackway

Nina Kipot

Armerina Ludlow

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James Martin

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