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WILDLIFE WATCH

Not the quiet spot he hoped for A young elephant seal in moult chose the wrong beach to haul out on, but local marine mammal ecologist Wendy Szaniszlo is hoping passersby will respect his privacy and keep their pets leashed and away. Moult is natural for seals, but stressful, Szaniszlo said. SUBMITTED PHOTO

By JACKIE CARMICHAEL The Westerly News A young bull seal pup has chosen a Ucluelet beach for his moult and he’s attracting attention when it’s the last thing he needs. “People get quite concerned like the animal is sick or dying, but it’s natural – it just looks worrisome,” said West Coast marine mammal ecologist Wendy Szaniszlo. “Physiologically, it’s quite stressful for them … They lose their fur and it’s quite catatrophic as they sluff off part of their skin as well,” she said. The seal pup will probably be at

Big Beach for a month, and was above the tide line Monday. “They go for whatever beach seems suitable to them - they’re not thinking where humans are or not, and as they’re coming to beach they can’t assess whether there’s a parking lot near by,” she said. “I hope it doesn’t draw people – unfortunately for the seal, it chose the wrong beach to haul out on.” Szaniszlo urges people to keep their distance, and to keep dogs on leash and out of the area. “When they are done moulting, they will make their way back to

WHALESPOTTING When three orcas cruised into Ucluelet harbour Tuesday morning, Ucluelet Aquarium curator Laura Griffith-Cochrane was on hand with friends to watch. PHOTO/LILY BURKE

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water,” she said. Male elephant seals end up with large, bulbous noses and can reach up to 2,000 kilograms in weight. “They are wild animals, they can have a vicious bite if they feel threatened and they carry a lot of diseases, so that’s a good reason to keep your distance and keep pets away as well,” Szaniszlo said. If you encounter wildlife you think may be stranded or injured, call the Department of Fisheries and Oceans stranded marine mammal line at 1-800-465-4336. A stranding network can help. editor@westerlynews.ca

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West Coast real estate: prices drop, sales soar By JACKIE CARMICHAEL The Westerly News With real estate sales prices down 30% since 2007 levels on the West Coast, buying opportunities are up, and buyers are starting to snap up local properties. Year-over-year sales of residential properties are up almost 10%, to 57 properties sold from 52. Re/Max broker Judy Gray said new buyers are coming in from Vancouver Island, the Lower Mainland, Calgary and Edmonton. Residential home sales jumped from 18 in a year to 25, from June 2011-June 2012 to June 2012-June 2013, Gray said. Of 25 family homes sold in the past year, six were waterfront – three on the harbour, three on the ocean. A starting price in Ucluelet for a three-bedroom, winterized, waterfront property on a standard-sized lot is $549,000. In Tofino, a similar property is $769,000. Oceanfront sales are picking up, with two oceanfront sales in May and June after a dry spell of several years. Gray said she wouldn’t speculate as to how May’s provincial election impacted the market per se, but she noted that 10 properties sold from May 12 to now in Ucluelet, and that’s a jump. “There’s no GST payable on

residential real estate unless it’s brand new – so the fact that we’re settled with the GST thing might have something to do with it. Likely it’s post-election confidence,” she said. Seven condos at Waters Edge Resort have sold over the past 12 months, up from four sold the prior year. It’s a popular investment for people who want overnight rentals to cover their expenses, she said. “People will rent them if there’s enough to cover their holding costs – insurance, maintenance, taxes, strata fees – and the rest of the time keep it available for themselves,” she said. Sales in residential condos are picking up, Gray said, noting that of four such sales in the past year, two were in the past month. “People are buying again for recreational use, but they’re buying at lower end of the market. Instead of a $400,000 recreational use place, they’re buying a $200,000 one. We’re not selling any higher-end vacation rentals,” she said. “There isn’t a middle of the market right now in vacation homes.” According to a Re/Max report, Comox Valley-Mount Washington area is still in a slump compared to pre-recession highs and raw land waterfront values there corrected by 50% since 2008-2009.


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Thursday, July 4, 2013

Community Events To list your West Coast event, call 250 726-7029 or e-mail office@westerlynews.ca 4 THURSDAY 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. 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. Tofino library, 331 Main St., 3–7pm. 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. Badminton, 8–10pm, USS gym. $2 drop-in. AA meeting, 8pm, Holy Family Ch., 1663 Peninsula Rd., Ucluelet. 250-726-2712/4220.

5 FRIDAY MIKE EDEL, Folk rock musician at Clayoquot Sound Theatre. Doors open at 8, tickets at door. www. mikeedel.com UCLUELET NIGHT MARKET, weekly, 5-9pm, 200 Main St. Artisans, vendors, live music. Contact: uclueletmarket@gmail.com. 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.

6 SATURDAY PRAS SUMMER FESTIVAL event: Best of Ballet Victoria: Up Close and Personal. Ballet Victoria and special guests perform at the Ucluelet Community Centre’s main hall. Tickets/info on festival events at: pacificrimarts.ca. INDIE JAZZ-FOLK singer Noah Cebuliak (Ghost Lights) will perform at the Clayoquot Community Theatre. Doors at 8pm. Presented by Humanity. Tickets at the door. 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.

Fun and games at Tofino’s Canada Day celebrations. See Page 7 for more Canada Day pictures from Ucluelet, Tofino and Pacific Rim National Park.

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.

7 SUNDAY 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, 10:30am. Phone 250-726-5017 for location.

8 MONDAY Monday Night Movie 8 p.m. Clayoquot Sound Theatre “A Late Quartest” Drama, U.S., 105 min., rated 14A. Rainforest Dance Campe sponsored by Paula Ross Dance Society, with Gabby, Kim Tuson, Sarah Hogan, Courtney Fick, Lyvi Meikle and Janine Wood. July 8-13, Ucluelet; register with Districts of Ucluelet and Tofino. GIRL GUIDE LEADERS WANTED for Ucluelet. Meetings once a week plus prep time, runs September-May. Call Samantha: 250-534-9777. Monday Night Movie, 8pm, Clayoquot Sound Community Theatre. See What’s On! column for details. Floor hockey, 7–9pm, Ucluelet Seaplane 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.

9 TUESDAY Fish and Loaves Community Lunch, 11:30am, St Francois Catholic church hall. 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. 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. Youth night, 7-9pm, Tofino Legion. Free admission, snacks & drinks. Pool, snooker, foosball, hockey table, darts & board games. Supervision provided, parents welcome. St. Francis of Assisi Church, mass 5pm, 441 Main St. Tofino. Food Bank on the Edge, pick up 1–3pm, across from Ucluelet Rec. Hall, Seaplane Base Rd. AA meeting, 7:30pm, St. Francis Church, 441 Main, Tofino. Open, 250-725-3446. Roller Derby Practice, 7-9pm, Seaplane Base Rec Hall. Skates provided. Bring mouthguard. $2 drop -in. 250-726-4232. Basketball, 7–10pm, USS gym. $2 drop-in.

10 WEDNESDAY Recycling Day in TOFINO. Holy Family Church, 9:30am, 1664 Peninsula Rd. Ucluelet. Adults/Seniors Chi Gong, 10:30– 11:30am, UCC fitness studio. $2

drop-in. Preschool Play Group, 10am–noon, Tofino Community Hall. Free drop-in. Youth Health Clinic Ucluelet, 10–11:30am, youth room, Ucluelet Community Centre (library entrance). Access to the health nurse 250-720-5471. Youth Health Clinic Tofino, 1–2:30pm, Coastal Family Place, 265 First St. Access to the health nurse 250-720-5471. Kwisitis Visitor Centre, open 10am– 4:30pm, Pacific Rim National Park Reserve. Ucluelet Sunshine Club, 1pm, Forest Glen. All seniors welcome. Seniors Social Afternoons, 1:30-4pm, Tofino Legion. Free admission & refreshments. Dominos, crib, board games, pool, snooker & darts. Ucluelet library storytime, Ucluelet Community Centre, 11:15–11:45am. For pre-schoolers age 3–5. Ucluelet library, Ucluelet Community Centre, open 1–6pm

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Thursday, July 4, 2013

LOCAL GOVERNMENT

Accounting changed after former employee turns in $10K ANDREW BAILEY

Westerly News The district’s financial monitoring will change after a former employer recently handed over $10,000 of change. Ucluelet has revamped the financial accounting requirements of its harbour manager position after Steve Bird handed in about $10,300 in cash on his way out. He had been collecting the money from the harbour’s laundry and shower facilities and storing

it in his safety deposit box, outside of his routine deposits to the district. Ucluelet CAO Andrew Yeates says the money was a routine part of Bird’s contract wrap-up. “We did a bunch of accounting to finish up that contract and that was just part of it,” he says. “There’s nothing here, this is a contract that’s ended and it got settled up.” Mayor Bill Irving said the situation was inconsistent with the way

the district handles contracts and monitoring efforts will be upped to ensure a similar event doesn’t occur in future. “We’re still going through tidying up the numbers,” Irving said. “It’s a strange anomaly and it’s certainly not the way we generally do business.” He said the long-time harbour manager brought in the money along with moorage-related paperwork after being asked by the district’s financial officer to make

sure everything was accounted for. “We were happy that he did step forward and bring the money into the district,” Irving said. “We didn’t find the numbers askew or anything like that because we had no idea that the money had not been part of the monthly deposit.” He said Bird’s contract included a 45% commission on business generated at the harbour, including the laundry and shower, so a full-press accounting process must occur to make sure Bird is

paid out fairly and the new harbour manager starts out with a clean slate. “The contract was very clear, you turn the money in you get 45 per cent of it and that’s your expectation,” Irving said. “(The district) doesn’t go down everyday, stand over his shoulder, and make sure he’s accounting for every penny correctly. What’s the point? We might as well do it ourselves then.” SEE PAGE 16

Mayor asks visiting Tory minister to make on-shore processing a priority By JACKIE CARMICHAEL

The Westerly News With Thursday’s visit from federal Conservative government officials looming, Ucluelet Mayor Bill Irving had two concerns topping his list: the closure of the Coast Guard station at Amphitrite Point and the importance of on-shore processing. Member of Parliament James Lunney and Government House Leader Peter Van Loan were expected in Tofino on Thursday to

tout the $5 million airport expansion. Lunney was expected at the Tofino Chamber Luncheon and to meet with the Tofino and Ucluelet councils. “There’s a huge investment Pacific Seafoods has put into the community,” Irving said. The Portland, Ore.-based company has made Ucluelet its Canadian processing hub, buying two plants and leasing a third. Upgrades and new equipment have meant millions invested by

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the company – and hundreds of area jobs, Irving said. Follow-through is required at the federal level, Irving said. “Don’t trade it to off-shore processors and leave on-shore plants in the lurch … Hopefully, the minister will get the impression there are foreigners investing in Canada, but they need federal help to make sure it’s a priority,” Irving said. “I’d like the Minister of Fisheries and Oceans to meet with people

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The District of Tofino’s Arts, Culture and Heritage Committee is pleased to announce the 2013 Garbage Bin Wrap Competition. Three bins in downtown Tofino will be wrapped and artists in any media are encouraged to submit bin wrap design proposals. This competition is open to all Tofino residents, including youth, students, and professional and emerging artists.

Visit www.tofino.ca/news/call-artists for contest details. For more information, please contact: Ivana Kraljevic RMI Festival and Events Services Assistant (T) 250.725.3229 ext (26) (E) ivana@tofino.ca

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of on-shore processing,” he said. “I hope he gets the picture and takes it back to Ottawa.”

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Opinion

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OUR VIEW

Thursday, July 4, 2013

Closing Amphitrite Point not worth the national risk With changes afoot at the federal level with the current Minister of Fisheries and Oceans stepping down from cabinet, the next appointee needs to come to the West Coast, meet leaders, see issues – and take the picture back to Ottawa. That minister will be in charge of the Coast Guard, who in 2012 cited “efficiencies” when they announced a three-year plan to close a vital monitoring piece in monitoring shipping along the B.C. coast and beyond, and consolidate operations in Sidney. Closing Coast Guard operations at Amphitrite Point on the West Coast means opening the door to risk. Eliminating a second station – and backup – is not efficient.

Jackie Carmichael Editor

It’s risky – and it’s silo thinking. Odd, considering Prime Minister Stephen Harper has stressed the importance of carrying Canadian products to Asian markets, and the importance of environmental vigilance. The Coast Guard station at Amphitrite Point, with its vessel traffic management, marine radio station and the technical support hub, is crucial to quick response and that environmental vigilance over vessel and tanker traffic in

ever more crowded shipping lanes. Amphitrite Point monitors and screens 14,000 vessel movements a year bound for Canadian ports of call – Vancouver, Victoria, Nanaimo – and American ports in Puget Sound and Rosario Straits, including Seattle, Tacoma and Olympia. Each of the 15,000 vessels that ply the West Coast each year carry 500,0000 litres of fuel oil, minimum. Not to mention some 300 tankers carrying millions of barrels of oil apiece. On average, the site handled 367 incidents per year from 2007 to 2011. Accidents have been kept to almost zero because of efficient and safely redundant traffic management, so we know Amphitrite

Point’s working. For all that safety and monitoring, the Ucluelet facility sits on land that leases for $1 a year. That’s efficiency at a bargain. There’s also room to add climate change monitoring, another federal commitment. Meanwhile, Victoria’s Coast Guard facility sits on one of the most valuable properties in Victoria, where the city seeks critical expansion for its cruise ship receiving capacity and residential expansion. Three kilometres away, the Department of Defence could accommodate the Coast Guard. The federal government is investing billions on the Asia-Pacific gateway: the Port Mann Bridge, pipelines, lanes for container

ships and tankers. This is not a West Coast issue, or an Island issue. This is a B.C. issue – and a Canadian issue. Retaining investment in monitoring at the West Coast gateway to the corridor makes efficient, economic sense for Canada. With pledges to the environment, to increased Asia trade, to efficiency and to support rural Canada, the federal Conservative government has a place here to show it means business. Mayor Bill Irving and Ucluelet leaders will meet with B.C. Conservative caucus senior staff July 25, and hope to make the agenda of the B.C. Conservative caucus in September. Let’s hope they listen.

LETTERS

Court upholds First Nations concerns On July 2, the B.C. Court of Appeal upheld their original decision in the Ahousaht et al vs. Canada court case. That means Canada’s latest attempt to overturn the trial decision has failed … Last fall, the Supreme Court of Canada rejected Canada’s request to appeal that earlier decision, sending the case back to the B.C. Court of Appeal for reconsideration in light of the Lax Kw’alaams vs. Canada SCC decision. On reconsideration, the three-judge panel unanimously reconfirmed that five Nuu-chah-nulth First Nations (Ahousaht, Ehattesaht/Chinehkint, Hesquishy, Mowachaht-Muchalaht and Tla-o-qui-aht) have Aboriginal rights to harvest and sell all species of fish.

During the reconsideration, the Court of Appeal was tasked to review the Ahousaht et al vs. Canada case based on the Lax Kw’alaams vs. Canada decision, where the trial judge found that apart from eulachon grease, the Lax Kw’alaams people did not trade in fish on an economic scale. In Ahousaht et al vs. Canada, the trial judge found that economic trade in fish was a defining feature of Nuu-chah-nulth culture. This trade happened regularly, in substantial quantities and was integral to Nuu-chah-nulth cultural practices ... Once again, the courts have recognized that Nuuchah-nulth Nations have an aboriginal right to fish and sell the fish harvested from their territories on the West Coast of Vancouver Island. Wickaninnish (Clifford Atleo), President, Nuu-chahnulth Tribal Council

LETTERS POLICY The Westerly News welcomes letters to the editor, but we reserve the right to edit letters for clarity, taste, legality and length. We require your hometown and a daytime phone number for verification purposes only. Letters must include your first name (or two initials) and last name. Unsigned letters and letters of more than 500 words will not be accepted. Email your submission to office@westerlynews.ca

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Thursday, July 4, 2013

Police: tough laws take drunk driving down By JACKIE CARMICHAEL

The Westerly News Newly-tough provincial drinking and driving laws – among Canada’s strictest – are saving lives and cutting down on driving after drinking in Ucluelet. That’s according to Const. Jonathan McKinney. “The amount of drinking and driving we’re finding on the road is significantly less,” McKinney said. “We have to check way more vehicles before we find an impaired driver and that’s because of stringent and immediate pen-

alties through the Motor Vehicle Branch of ICBC and the office of the Superintendent of Motor Vehicles.” Last year, Ucluelet RCMP conducted 14 impaired driver investigations; so far this year, those numbers are down, McKinney said, “because people are seeing the penalties are so immediate and severe.” Instead, drinkers are finding rides home, grabbing a taxi or a designated driver. “People being smarter about their transportation decisions

after having consumed liquor,” McKinney said. Provincewide, the laws have saved an estimated 143 lives - cutting the drinking and driving death toll by 51%, said a note from the Ministry of Justice. The figures, which cover the first 30 months of B.C.’s Immediate Roadside Prohibition (IRP) program, are the lowest ever recorded. Fatalities due to drinking and driving have dropped to an average of 56 per year, compared to 114 a year average before the IRP program came into effect

in September 2010. In the first four months of 2013, police throughout B.C. served 5,638 IRPs, including 3,860 to drivers who blew in the “fail” range

Ukee RCMP long weekend busy Drunken B&E on Coral Way There was a break and enter on 1100 block of Coral Way in Ucluelet on June 27 in the early morning hours. “A suspect (in his early 20s) was arrested on scene, he was charged with break and enter and uttering threats. He was released and is awaiting a future court date,” said Const. Jonathan McKinney. “He was intoxicated to the point where he was looking for a friend of his, and he thought his friend lived there,” McKinney said.

Merc impounded for 160kph spree A newer Mercedes was impounded for seven days for traveling in excess of 160 kph on the highway near the Ucluelet Cemetery. Just before 5 p.m on Saturday, he was clocked on radar at 160 kph. The driver, a male in his early 20s, was issued a speeding ticket for over $400 and their vehicle was impounded for seven days; there’s an automatic impound for more than 41 kph over the posted speed limit.

Hangover nets man suspension Just because someone drank last night doesn’t mean they’re not still intoxicated today. That may be the lesson from Ucluelet Const. Jonathan McKinney, who suspend-

ed a a man in his 20s Tuesday morning after the hung-over driver blew .053 on the roadside approved screening device. “He hadn’t had anything to drink today, but he had drunk a lot last night to the point where he shouldn’t have been driving. He had 12 drinks the night before,” McKinney said, estimating that it takes, on average, an hour per drink per to sober up for an average size person. “A hangover is what it is, but generally a hangover is still at a level of intoxication. It’s not that they’re sick because they drank too much, it’s that they’re still drunk and they shouldn’t be driving,” McKinney said.

Rare recruiting set for Ucluelet

are usually held in Port Alberni or Nanaimo, rarely Ucluelet/Tofino,” said Ucluelet Const. Jonathan McKinney.

(i.e., with a blood alcohol content level of 0.08 % or over) or refused to provide a breath sample, plus 1,778 to drivers who blew in the “warn” range of 0.05 to 0.08 %.



Amendment #3 to the

“Arrowsmith” Forest Stewardship Plan in the South Island Natural Resource District International Forest Products Limited (Interfor) gives notice and invites comments on Amendment #3 to the “Arrowsmith” Forest Stewardship Plan (FSP) effective June 28, 2006 to June 27, 2016. The amendment covers portions of the following geographic areas in the Arrowsmith Timber Supply Area within the South Island Natural Resource District and managed under Interfor’s forest licenses A19235 and A86838.

Preregistration is necessary. Email jonathan.mckinney@RCMP-grc.gc.ca to get on the list. editor@westerlynews.

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www.albernichrysler.com The FSP shows the location of Forest Development Units (FDUs) and provides the results and strategies that the FSP holder will follow for objectives that the government has set for forest and resource values. Specifically, this FSP amendment adds an FDU in Clayoquot Sound and introduces results and strategies to reflect the objectives set by government in the Ministerial Order Establishing Land Use Objectives for Clayoquot Sound (dated May 28, 2008). The FSP amendment is available for review by resource agencies and the public before the Delegated Decision Maker from the Ministry of Forests, Lands and Natural Resource Operations considers approval, and may be revised as a result of written comments received during the public review and comment period. The th public review and comment period runs from July 4 , 2013 to September nd 2 , 2013.

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The RCMP is looking for a few good recruits, Huu-Mees-Ma-As and for the first time in recent memomry will First Nations hold a recruiting sesCarvings • Jewellery • Books • Gifts sion and test on the West Coast. TUES. — SAT. On July 21, at 1 p.m. at tah ma 10am–4pm the Ucluelet Community means 250-726-2652 Centre, Activity Room Harpoon let’s sing a happy song 1, a constable from the 1645 Cedar at RCMP recruiting section Whiskey Landing, —From the Nuu-chah-nulth Phrase Book & Dictionary will be here to provide Ucluelet interested parties on RCMP as a career. 13-04-26 The constable will R001499033 Cedar House.indd 1 discuss what it takes to apply, the type of applicants they’re looking for. A recruit exam is set for 3:30 p.m. “This is the first time recruiting has come to Ucluelet in recent memory. It’s a special trip. Information sessions

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To ensure consideration of your comments, any written comments nd must be received no later than September 2 , 2013. Please send to the attention of: “Arrowsmith” Forest Stewardship Plan Amendment #3 Attention: Tania Phillips, RPF c/o International Forest Products Limited 1250-A Ironwood Street Campbell River, BC V9W 6H5 Telephone: (250) 286-5141 Fax: (250) 286-3412 E-mail: tania.phillips@interfor.com


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Vonda Tugwell to be laid to rest July 8 Bud & Vonda Tugwell in 1946.

FISH TO WIN CASH & PRIZES UP TO

By JACKIE CARMICHAEL The Westerly News A Ucluelet icon is returning home to rest. Vonda Tugwell died May 23 in Creston. She will be buried in a graveside ceremony at Ucluelet Cemetery July 8 at 1 p.m., with a reception to follow at Forest Glen, where she was a resident before moving to Creston to be close to siblings. Her husband, Thomas Frederick “Bud� Tugwell, for whom Tugwell Fields are named, died in 2006 – just two weeks short of the couple’s 60th anniversary. The Tugwell family was in rooted in Ucluelet in 1910. Vonda Tugwell came later, hailing from a farming family in Saskatchewan. Many remember her from her work at the Ucluelet Coop for many years, but she started her career in the fishing industry.

“She came out to the West Coast in 1942, she cooked for the girls’ bunkhouse at the fishcamp at Port Albion,� said daughter Loraine Pilon. Bud Tugwell was among the first to go ashore at Normandy on D Day in World War II. As a member of the Royal Canadian Engineers since 1941, his job was to clear the beaches in preparation for the Allies’ tanks. When he returned home after the war, Bud became a logger. He met that pretty bunkhouse cook, and they wed. Bud was very involved in the community, serving a couple stints on the district council, remaining active in the athletic club and what would become the Tofino Legion. “They stayed together for 60 years. They used to do a lot together. They bowled, they golfed, they walked the beaches and they gardened,� Pilon said. “They got on well.�

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Legion: cautious in wake of sting The Westerly News Government interpretation and enforcement of liquor laws has Legions around the province concerned, according to HCL Cam MacDonald, secretary of the Clayoquot Sound branch, after Inga Kruse, Executive Director issued a warning to B.C. and Yukon branches. Branches can only serve alcohol to members and their bona fide guests. “Recently two liquor inspectors came to a branch, and pretended to be just visiting. The branch signed them in with members on site, the two were allowed to order a drink, and were served,� Kruse said. “The branch would have viewed them as potential new members and probably would have approached them in welcome during their visit. The branch received a 24-hour suspension on the spot. No warning was issued. “This suspension was handed to them based on the very strict interpretation of the license,� Kruse

said, adding the Legion has been assured more warnings will be issued. MacDonald said in spite of the Royal Canadian Legion’s best efforts to work with the Liquor Control and Licensing Board to simplify regulations, they face such tactics regularly. “If our staff seems picky or unreasonable at times, it is because we are attempting, to the best of our ability, to interpret and implement the LCLB regulations and thus to avoid suspensions and heavy financial penalties. We also find a wide variation in the interpretations by various liquor inspectors which further complicate the situation - for what one tells us is proper, another might impose an immediate suspension. It is a difficult situation and we’re doing our best to work within it to provide reliable, safe, and pleasant service to our members,� he said. editor@westerlynews.ca

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Thursday, July 4, 2013

LIFESTYLE

Canada Day, in West Coast style Ucluelet and Tofino bid happy birthday to our home and native land

Thousands of West Coasters and visitors marked Canada Day with games, vendors and cake in Tofino, Ucluelet and the Pacific Rim National Park.

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SIGN-AMNESTY & PARKING-PALOOZA The District of To¿no reviewing its zoning bylaw. As part of this process, we are monitoring and reviewing parking regulations and sign regulations. To¿cians, business owners, bring us your signs! (and parking feedback!) Save the Date: August 13, 2013 drop in with your signs to Council Chambers from 8am to 8pm, or attend one of the halfhour focus group sessions on parking and sign regulation: 11am and 6pm. Signs brought to the events must be removed by 8pm on August 13, 2013. We are also conducting a parking and sign regulation survey which can be found online at visionto¿noupdate.ca or by email from sparmar@to¿no.ca Surveys can be dropped off at the Municipal Of¿ce or emailed back to us. All survey respondents will be entered into a draw for one of two $50 gift certi¿cates to the local business of your choice. For more information, please contact:

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Professionally guided kayaking in the Broken Group Islands, Clayoquot Sound, and Deer Group Islands. www.oceankayaking.com 250-726-2868 in Ucluelet at 1167 Helen Road at Marine Drive

MEET THE MAJESTIC TEAM

GUIDES

21 years leading kayak tours on the West Coast

JANNA RIST

GUIDES

3rd Year Level 3 guide, Level 3 Skills. PhD in Conservation Biology.

JANNA LANTZ

SUPPORT STAFF

2nd Year Level 2 guide. Adventure Tourism Diploma.

OUR GUIDES

Professional Guiding on the West Coast

Certified, fun, knowledgeable outdoor leaders. Teachers of safety & environmental stewardship.

BILL RICKSON

3rd Year Level 3 guide. Level 3 Skills. Works as a pro ski patroller on Mount Washington.

LANDON BROWN

1st Year Assistant Overnight Guide. COLT graduate.

KEVIN BRADSHAW

11th Year Level 3 guide. Ucluelet resident. Father of 2, Photographer, Carpenter and Historian.

BEN ANDERSON

1st Year Overnight Guide. Rec. & Sport Management student

TRAVIS YOUNG

3rd Year Level 3 guide. Adventure Tourism Management Degree.

PHILL PAGHAM

2nd Year Assistant Overnight Guide and Ucluelet resident.

BEN HOWE

JEREMY BENINGER 3rd Year

JEFF LARSEN

1st Year Level 3 guide. Dog Sled Guide in the Yukon.

Level 3 guide. Adventure Tourism Diploma.

1st Year Assistant Overnight Guide. Ucluelet resident.

KEVIN UCCI

2nd Year Assistant Overnight Guide. Adventure Tourism Diploma.

ROBERT ZUROWSKI 4th Year Level 1 guide. Ucluelet resident.

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SUZY CHRISTOFFEL 1st Year Office Assistant from Victoria. Environmental Technology Diploma.

LARA HERBERGER

1st Year Office Assistant. Adventure Tourism Operations Diploma.

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2nd Year BB Hostess, B.Sc. Biology, Dalhousie University

SKYLA WITT

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8th Year Gary and his amazing boat provide whale watching and kayak transport to the Broken Group Islands.

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Carl Scott

Carmen Edwards

Tanya Stewart

Linda Pettinger

Jim Schwartz

Tia Traviss

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LINDA PETTINGER 1-800-316-0130

$1,640,000

$1,499,000 1335 CHESTERMAN BEACH ROAD, TOFINO

1451 PORT ALBION ROAD, UCLUELET 2 acre waterfront; 2 storey owner’s living area; separate 3 bdrm B&B w/ensuites; suite over garage, room for 3 more cabins

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378 REEF POINT RD, UCLUELET

$839,000

913 BLACK BEAR LANE, TOFINO

670 CAMPBELL STREET, TOFINO

Immaculate 3 yr. old home. 3 bdrm, 3 bath, 2361 sq.ft. Water view & completely landscaped. Huge garage. Hot tub, covered private patio.

JUDY GRAY (250) 726-2228 LINDA PETTINGER 1-800-316-0130

LINDA PETTINGER 1-800-316-0130

$775,000

$769,000 100 ARNET RD, TOFINO Cozy 2 bedroom, ½ bath waterfront home. 1,042 sq.ft. on half acre. Roomy decks overlooking water. Rare offering in Tonquin Park area.

JIM SCHWARTZ (250) 726-7969

$629,000

$660,000 1072 PACIFIC RIM HWY, TOFINO

JIM SCHWARTZ (250) 726-7969

861 BARCLAY PLACE, UCLUELET

$975,000

$985,000

$800,000

5 br., 5 baths, 2858 sq.ft. 1.45 acre treed, private property. Recently renovated. Excellent B&B operation with many repeat visitors; turn-key to new owner.

$1,199,000

JUDY GRAY (250) 726-2228

JUDY GRAY (250) 726-2228

JUDY GRAY (250) 726-2228

$1,300,000

JUDY GRAY (250) 726-2228

LINDA PETTINGER 1-800-316-0130

Cape Cod home on 3.77 acres; 5 bdrm family home or B&B; vacation cabins, nightly rental; close to trails & beaches.

JIM SCHWARTZ (250) 726-7969

CARMEN EDWARDS (250) 725-8028 TANYA STEWART (250) 266-0467

331 TONQUIN PARK ROAD TOFINO

2465 PACIFIC RIM HIGHWAY, UCLUELET

• Very private luxury home

Oceanfront acreage. Carriage house w/income producing B&B suite. Serviced & prepared site for main home. Private, beautifully appointed. Wonderful boardwalk to waterfront.

$990,000

Waterfront estate sized property w/stunning ocean view 4,000+ sq.ft. home, 3+ bdms, 3+ baths; den, sunroom, atrium; mature landscaping, 2 large lawn areas; ideal as family vacation estate, vac. rental or event venue.

• Waterfront duplex home

• Stunning oceanfront home • Fantastic views • Custom designed open concept • Stairs to private beach

JUDY GRAY (250) 726-2228

Tonquin oceanfront 3 br., 3 baths on main level, lower level extra brs + bonus room/home theatre or 2 br suite.

210 NEILL STREET, TOFINO

Priced to sell! Build your dream home on this large oceanfront lot (w/cottage). Beautiful beachfront property with glorious southern exposure. Zoned res, B&B or VR.

901 TREEFROG LANE, TOFINO • 1/2 acre treed, private • 2 blocks to the beach

• Very nice • Gated

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1048 CAMPBELL STREET Water view. Very spacious 2282 sq.ft. 3 bdrm home Vaulted ceiling; hardwood floors; huge deck; 2.62 acres of treed privacy. Subdivdable.

JIM SCHWARTZ (250) 726-7969

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blackrockbeachhouse.com; oceanfront vacation rental home & cottage; good revenues, repeat clients. Fully furnished & tastefully decorated.

JIM SCHWARTZ (250) 726-7969

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524 MARINE DRIVE UCLUELET

Waterfront estate property of 7.11 acres of treed privacy 2965 sq.ft., 3 br., 2 baths Solarium off master bathroom.

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JIM SCHWARTZ (250) 726-7969

Extraordinary 9,600 sq, ft, home on Chesterman Beach. 6 br., 6.5 baths, 3 levels. Gourmet kitchen, gym, media room, games area. Beach side gazebo with hot tub & sauna. Large patio with fire pit.

$2,400,000

1230 PACIFIC RIM HWY, TOFINO

1303 LYNN ROAD, TOFINO

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$2,950,000

$6,450,000

1166 POWNALL PLACE TOFINO Superior construction. 3 br., 2 bath 2573 sq.ft. home + attached 748 sq.ft. 1 br., 1 bath suite. Wideplank fir flooring, exposed beams & window trim. Cathedral ceiling, French doors onto large deck

LINDA PETTINGER 1-800-316-0130

$789,000

$795,000

346 MARINE DRIVE

289 CEDAR STREET, TOFINO

Best waterfront buy; 0.88 acre overlooking Duffin Cove; scenic vistas. 3 br. w/separate suite, rec. room, wet bar, storage, separate garage/workshop; potential VR/B&B

JIM SCHWARTZ (250) 726-7969

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• Oceanfront spacious modern architect designed home

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875 BRABANT PLACE, TOFINO

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Each Office Independently Owned and Operated

Judy Gray

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Oceanfront Home w/privacy .64 acre, S/facing w/beach access, lovely garden, 3 bdrm upper, 1 bdrm suite on lower.

JUDY GRAY (250) 726-2228

$670,000

$759,900

1062 HELEN ROAD

920 AMPHITRITE PLACE, UCLUELET

Beautiful; oceanfront; 5 bdrm/6 bath/5 propane fire places; 3 bdrm separate suite; 2 car garage/ lots of storage

5 bdrm, 3.5 bath on over .25 acre Open plan, treed, private, inlet views. 2 self-contained BB sites w/ensuite bath.

CARMEN EDWARDS (250) 725-8028

JUDY GRAY (250) 726-2228

$598,500

$599,000 1392 PACIFIC RIM HWY 2 br., 1 bath, 1125 sq.ft. on 1+ acre. Loft office area. Wood flooring; attached single garage; outdoor deck.Second dwelling ideal income stream/personal use.

LINDA PETTINGER 1-800-316-0130

1385 HELEN ROAD, UCLUELET

Waterfront on inlet; zoned VR w/suite for nightly or monthly rentals; extensive renos; stunning inlet/mtn views.

JUDY GRAY (250) 726-2228

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TOFINO, BC

T 250.726.2228 • F 250.726.2229

T 250.725.2038 • F 250.725.2039

www.midislandrealty.com

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$585,000

$579,900

$569,000

$549,000

311 LEIGHTON WAY, TOFINO

599 PFEIFFER CRES, TOFINO

1860 PENINSULA ROAD, UCLUELET

1304 LYNN ROAD, TOFINO

Priced to sell–great value. Large home w/3 bdrm, 2 bath on main level. Lower level w/separate 3 bdrm, 3 bath ideal for B&B, VR or staff accom. Walk to shopping, school, parks.

Solid home with 1 bdrm rental suite, inlet views & uniquely situated on 1 treed acre in central Ucluelet. Zoned Res/Com.

LINDA PETTINGER 1-800-316-0130

TANYA STEWART (250) 266-0467 CARMEN EDWARDS (250) 725-8028

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JIM SCHWARTZ (250) 726-7969

$499,000

$499,000

$459,900

450 NEILL STREET

1944 ST. JACQUES BLVD.

668 RAINFOREST DRIVE, UCLUELET

West Coast home w/suite, 3 bdrm main, master w/ensuite, vaulted ceilings, wood floors, open plan

Spacious 6 bdrm, 5 bath home in heart of Tofino currently running as successful B&B; numerous updates; multiple living rooms.

3 bdrm + den, 3 bath, custom built. Open living 18’ ceilings, fabulous kitchen. Plenty of built-ins, master with ensuite.

1136 CORAL WAY

465 MARINE DRIVE, UCLUELET

Chesterman Beach cabin minutes from beach; cozy home w/loft br., woodstove, porch, large, private lot; build dream home while enjoying cozy cabin in the forest. JIM SCHWARTZ (250) 726-7969 LINDA PETTINGER 1-800-316-0130

SO LD

6 br., 5 baths, 2642 sq.ft. Custom designed home in Tonquin Park area. Fireplaces in 2 brs. Bright family room, cozy living room with wood burning fireplace, oak hardwood floors, kitchen with nook.

$549,000

$549,000

Ocean views, 3 bdrm, int./ext. renos, modern high-end design, walnut/ quartz kitchen, teak/ceramic floors.

Ocean view, 3 bdrm + 1 brm BB suite. Open living main, vaulted ceiling. Private master/ ensuite w/views. Wood flooring, private yard.

JUDY GRAY (250) 726-2228 JUDY GRAY (250) 726-2228

$449,900

$449,000

$448,800

1203 PENINSULA ROAD, UCLUELET

321 OLSEN ROAD, TOFINO

368 PACIFIC CRESCENT

Unique 4 storey West Coast ocean view. Extensive renos-rainscreen, siding & more. Large fenced front/treed private rear yard.

Crab Dock neighbourhood. 2 br., 2 baths, 1400 sq.ft. A Ron Thom original design Private setting with good water view.

This family home is overlooking the Tugwell fields and has a spectacular sunset view. The main floor of this house has a large, bright living room

JUDY GRAY (250) 726-2228 JIM SCHWARTZ (250) 726-7969 JUDY GRAY (250) 726-2228 JUDY GRAY (250) 726-2228 JIM SCHWARTZ (250) 726-7969 CARMEN EDWARDS (250) 725-8028

Large lot, 3 bdrm home, downtown, commercial core re-zoner

JIM SCHWARTZ (250) 726-7969

Custom home w/3 self-contained suites. Zoned for Vac. Rentals, currently rented monthly. Great revenue property. Private setting. Close to beaches & town amenities.

CARMEN EDWARDS (250) 725-8028 TANYA STEWART (250) 266-0467

$259,000

$369,000

236 ALDER ST.

1925 ST. JACQUES BLVD, UCLUELET Immaculate 4bed/2bth home, HVAC air system, Rental Suite. Low maintenance yard, centrally located.

3 bdrm family home, central location. Kitchen updated & laminate upper 1996. New furnace in 1990, large yard, greenhouse.

$379,000

$369,900

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1365 PENINSULA ROAD, UCLUELET

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$378,500

1111 CORAL WAY, UCLUELET

+GST

934A HARDY PLACE TOFINO

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804 OCEAN PARK DRIVE TOFINO

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$397,000

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241 CAMPBELL STREET, TOFINO

1340 VICTORIA ROAD, UCLUELET

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$398,000

4 bedroom, 2.5 bath home located in quiet neighborhood, walking distance to beaches and amenities.

West Coast ocean view; open living, vaulted ceiling; 3 bedroom, 2 bath, master ensuite, very well maintained; 2011 interior and exterior painting.

TIA TRAVISS (250) 534-9842

JUDY GRAY (250) 726-2228 JUDY GRAY (250) 726-2228

LINDA PETTINGER 1-800-316-0130

$350,000

$347,500

$340,000

1208 HELEN ROAD, UCLUELET

1029 BEACH AVE SALMON BEACH

1971 CYNAMOCKA ROAD, UCLUELET

4 bedroom, 3 bath. Views, new roof in 2009, 2 fireplaces, greenhouse, shop, double garage.

• Cabin, beachfront, next to boat launch

SO LD

$418,000 INCL HST

$355,000

Completely renovated home, 2 full 4-bdrm suites up/down, extensive renos, fenced yard, deck

• 4 bdrm, 3 bath family home • Lg family room, wood/oil furnace • Lg fenced yard, irrigation system • Great decks, close to trails/parks

3 bdrms, 3 baths, contemporary kitchen w/wood cabinetry, custom tile backsplash, modern s/s appliances

311 MARINE DRIVE, UCLUELET Well located, 4 bdrm, 3 bath. Large living areas. Fireplace. Dining access to patio. Fenced yard. Large kitchen w/family eating area. 2 car garage.

1595 BAY STREET, UCLUELET

1257 RUPERT ROAD, UCLUELET

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1162 HELEN ROAD

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3 bdrm home w/suite F/P in living area, open concept 2 bdrm suite lower Fenced yard w/shop

$315,000

4 bdrm 3 bath home w/views. Well maintained/updated, 4 yr roof, large yard & garden. Wood stove lower & f/p in living

$299,000

$297,500

6-1626 HOLLY CRES, UCLUELET Immaculate 3 bdrm, 2 bath half duplex; laminate flooring/heated tile; move-in ready, well maintained; corner lot/private treed yard

1981 CYNAMOCKA ROAD, UCLUELET 4 bdrm, 3 bath; large kitchen w/nook, master w/ensuite; hot tub on deck w/ fenced yard; next to fields & trail

JUDY GRAY (250) 726-2228 JUDY GRAY (250) 726-2228 JUDY GRAY (250) 726-2228 JUDY GRAY (250) 726-2228

$264,000

1270 RUPERT ROAD

4 bdrm, 3 bath family home well maintained & updated Fully finished lower w/family Fully fenced, private deck, view

1-1626 HOLLY CRES, UCLUELET

$258,800 233 HILLTOP ROAD 3 bdrm up, optional 1 bdrm suite lower New flooring, trim, baseboards, paint Stainless appliances upper kitchen .27 acre Millstream area, garden area.

$249,000

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$265,000

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$269,500

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$289,900

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JUDY GRAY (250) 726-2228 JUDY GRAY (250) 726-2228

1316 PINE ROAD

1357 PINE ROAD, UCLUELET

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New, single level, 2 bdrm+den; lrg open lvng areas, laminate; master w/ full ensuite, 3 closets; walk to beach

$319,000

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Updated, 3 bdrm harbour view. New flooring, kitchen, windows. Roof 6 yrs new, fenced yard. Large shop w/heat.

1877 CEDAR GROVE PL, UCLUELET

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1288 EBER ROAD, UCLUELET

$319,000

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$329,000

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TANYA STEWART (250) 266-0467 JUDY GRAY (250) 726-2228 JUDY GRAY (250) 726-2228 JIM SCHWARTZ (250) 726-7969 JUDY GRAY (250) 726-2228 JUDY GRAY (250) 726-2228

4 bdrm family home, new windows; lg fenced yard, workshop, garden shed; suite potential, separate entrance. Central, close to schools, shopping.

3 bdrm, 2 bath, upgrades; heated tile floor in baths; laminate wood floor down/woodstove; laundry & bonus room

4 bdrm, 2 bath harbour view; hardwood upper, new kitchen; plenty of upgrades, large deck; front yard private with 2nd s/w facing deck

CARMEN EDWARDS (250) 725-8028

JUDY GRAY (250) 726-2228 JUDY GRAY (250) 726-2228 JUDY GRAY (250) 726-2228 JUDY GRAY (250) 726-2228 JUDY GRAY (250) 726-2228

$225,000

Immaculate 1/2 duplex, open living; 2 bdrm, sunny corner location; large fenced yard with lawn & 2 sheds

$125,000 229 HILLTOP RD.

Cozy cottage with awesome views of Barkley Sound. Shared boat launch & beach access. Sold turn-key/ fully furnished. Bring your offers!

FLOAT HOME AT LOCAL DOCK TOFINO 2 yr. old custom built - 2 bdrm, 1 bath, 3 yr. lease + 1 parking stall, old growth fir flooring on main level

JUDY GRAY (250) 726-2228 JUDY GRAY (250) 726-2228

TANYA STEWART (250) 266-0467

LINDA PETTINGER 1-800-316-0130

$59,900

$32,000

$445,000

1-2370 PAC RIM HWY

487 ORCA CRESCENT, UCLUELET

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$219,000 1412 IMPERIAL LANE, UCLUELET

Inlet waterfront, rare to market, historic area, 40’ x 114’ lot, right on inlet, restore & attention required

$85,900 1126 5 AVE SALMON BEACH

Lovely 2 bdrm, central location New laminate in kitchen Covered porch, lovely garden Large shop, fenced yard

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Quaint resort cottage in the beautiful Community of Salmon Beach. Access to boat launch & beaches. Motivated Seller. A great vacation retreat at an affordable price.

$175,000

1356 PINE ROAD

Immaculate 2 bdrm, 1.5 bath modular. Quiet sunny, mtn view. Open concept. Attached single carport w/workshop. Shed in yard, includes appliances. Outskirts Ucluelet.

1090 7TH AVE., SALMON BEACH

Affordable 2 bdrm clean mobile; new windows, fresh paint; mixed laminate/ carpet; fenced yard. Move in ready.

Bank foreclosure, 2 bdrm up 1 down. Starter home or vacation property. Much TLC needed, unfinished lower.

$105,000 1074 7TH AV, SALMON BEACH Ocean view corner lot with cabin at recreational property; Broken Group Islands, fishing, kayaking at doorstep

JUDY GRAY (250) 726-2228 CARMEN EDWARDS (250) 725-8028

August is Children’s Miracle Month!

229 BOARDWALK BLVD Waterfront Vacation Rental Cottage Two story, two bdrm, two bath Open concept, great light & views Plumbed garage/shop, 2nd cabin possible

TANYA STEWART (250) 266-0467 JUDY GRAY (250) 726-2228 JUDY GRAY (250) 726-2228 JUDY GRAY (250) 726-2228

UCLUELET, BC

TOFINO, BC

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CONDO/STRATA UNITS $595,000

$549,000

$544,000+GST

$485,000+GST

#16-1383 THORNBERG CRES.

#114-545 MARINE DRIVE, UCLUELET

#203-554 MARINE DRIVE, UCLUELET

#106-368 MAIN STREET TOFINO

#104-368 MAIN STREET TOFINO

Panoramic ocean views, 2 bdrm 2.5 bath luxuriously finished suite at The Ridge. 1573 sq ft, 10’ ceilings, large patio. Great sunset views. Rent out or live in, furniture pkg included.

JUDY GRAY (250) 726-2228

JIM SCHWARTZ (250) 726-7969

#35 – 860 CRAIG ROAD South Chesterman Beach Homes. 1 br., 1 bath, 730 sq.ft.. Cozy fireplace. Stainless steel appliances

JUDY GRAY (250) 726-2228

#103–591 PFEIFFER CRES, TOFINO

#17 COX BAY BEACH RESORT TOFINO 1 br., 640 sq.ft. fully furnished, professionally managed condo/hotel unit. onsite common facilities include hot tub, sauna, fitness centre, yoga room

LINDA PETTINGER 1-800-316-0130

$239,000

$265,000

#2 – 593 GIBSON STREET

1 bedroom ground floor unit with BBQ patio. Mountain and inlet views, propane fireplace and in-unit laundry.

2 br., 1 bath condo in 970 sq.ft. on two levels. Recently updated appliances and bathroom. Easy care laminate flooring, cozy propane fireplace. Lovely patio & garden area.

TIA TRAVISS (250) 534-9842

LINDA PETTINGER 1-800-316-0130

$137,000

$156,000 #208–250 HEMLOCK STREET, TOFINO

Affordable living, 2 bdrm condo with marina views. Laundry/storage, Patio & undrgrd parking, Centrally located. Wheel chair accessible.

CARMEN EDWARDS 250-725-8028

CARMEN EDWARDS 250-725-8028

2 level furnished unit with 3 br., 2 baths, fireplaces in living room & master bedroom, private complex, minutes from downtown Tofino

LINDA PETTINGER 1-800-316-0130

1300 sq. ft., 2 storey corner unit, 2 bdrm, 1 ½ baths, hardwood flooring dining & wood f/place in living LINDA PETTINGER 1-800-316-0130

$389,000

$389,000

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#106-554 MARINE DRIVE, UCLUELET

3 br., 2 bath. 2 level. Over 1270 sq.ft. 3 decks w/harbour, island & mountain views. Contemporary finishings, 9 ft. ceilings. Well constructed w/engineered rain screen. Private & quiet location.

JUDY GRAY (250) 726-2228

LINDA PETTINGER 1-800-316-0130

#301-1917 PENINSULA ROAD, UCLUELET Res. or Vac/Rental; corner suite, bright & sunny; granite counter, propane f/p; great views, large private deck

LINDA PETTINGER 1-800-316-0130

JUDY GRAY (250) 726-2228

$229,000

#102 REDUCED $136,900 #206 REDUCED $130,000 #202 SOLD $137,000 #301 SOLD $144,000

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JIM SCHWARTZ (250) 726-7969

1 br., 1 bath, 795 sq.ft., ground level with walk out patio, contemporary finishing. fireplace; in-suite laundry

LINDA PETTINGER 1-800-316-0130

$215,000 7-1545 LARCH ROAD

8-1545 LARCH RD. 2 bdrm condo at Eagleview Townhomes, Ceramic in kitchen, laminate living/dining Bright & sunny corner unit, Appliances included, built in cabinets in laundry/

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#11 $190,000 504 sq. ft. studio #20 $279,900 700 sq. ft. loft #107 $210,000 ground floor

#106 – 591 PFEIFFER CRESCENT TOFINO

$219,000

102-1917 PENINSULA RD.

230 MAIN ST, TOFINO FRED TIBBS BUILDING CONDOS

$279,000

$289,900

#13 COX BAY BEACH RESORT TOFINO

1 bdrm, ground floor suite, The Moorage High end finishing, granite countertops, Stainless appliances, propane f/p. Secure underground parking & storage.

202–591 PFEIFFER CRES TOFINO

Furnished Primera suite on Big Beach, unobstructed ocean views. Quality furnishings/ appliances. 11’ ceilings, ensuite Jacuzzi. Quiet & private, never rented & only used a few times/year. HST/GST paid.

1 bedroom / 640 sq. ft. Condo/hotel. Professional onsite resort management. Direct beach access. Hot tub, library lounge & lookout.

EDGEWATER CONDOS Affordable living. 2 bdrm condos with marina views. Move in ready, central location.

TIA TRAVISS (250) 534-9842

$335,000

$235,000 #7 – 295 ARNET ROAD TOFINO

#203 – 250 HEMLOCK ST.

Two bdrm, ground floor. Centrally located. Nice views. Laundry/storage rm. Upgrades. Patio. Undrgrd parking.

#203 – 591 PFEIFFER CRESCENT

$349,000

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• Waterfront condo, private moorage slip, 2 bdrm, 2 bath, fantastic views to islands and beyond

LINDA PETTINGER 1-800-316-0130

$357,000

$360,000 #4–624 CAMPBELL STREET TOFINO

A102 –2 level 2 br., 2 bath, 1188 sq.ft. - $379,000 B201 – 2 br., 1.5 bath,876 sq.ft. - $399,000 B101 – 1 br., 1 bath, 775 sq.ft. - $339,000 B103 – 2 br., 2 bath, 1152 sq.ft. - $385,000

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#105-515 MARINE DRIVE, UCLUELET

Enjoy Breathtaking ocean and mountain views, in this 1 bedroom waterfront condo located in the heart of downtown Tofino. High end finishing, underground parking, and a marina just steps from your door.

TIA TRAVISS (250) 534-9842

$399,900

151 EIK ROAD, TOFINO VACATION RENTAL

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South Chesterman Beach Homes, 2 bdrm, 1 bath, 1190 sq.ft., Cathedral ceilings living, dining & kitchen

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$449,000

$467,000 1A–1383 THORNBERG CRES. TOFINO

JUDY GRAY (250) 726-2228 JUDY GRAY (250) 726-2228

Luxury 2 bedroom 2 bath waterfront condo with views of Clayoquot Sound. Oak floors, limestone countertops, underground parking, and a marina just steps from your door. Walking distance to amenities.

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JIM SCHWARTZ (250) 726-7969

Beautiful 2 bdrm, 2 1/2 bath ocean view condo. Exposed beams, maple cabinetry, slate tiles, high end appliances, 2 propane f/p. Furniture package included. Covered sun deck. Minutes to Wild Pacific Trail.

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TIA TRAVISS (250) 534-9842

3 bdrm + den, 2523 sq. ft. Oceanfront condo, 2 storey. Fantastic home or vacation condo. Nightly rental permitted.

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Oceanfront 2 bdrm + den, 1350 sq.ft. Slate & hardwood floors; s/s appliances; fireplace; two decks; storage locker; carport. Unlimited beach access.

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Waterfront Penthouse with panoramic views of Clayoquot Sound, located in downtown Tofino, 1877sq ft. 2 bedroom 2 bath. Hand scraped birch floors, limestone countertops, underground parking.

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-#404-368 MAIN STREET TOFINO

$749,000

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$948,000+GST

WATER’S EDGE RESORT at PACIFIC RIM, UCLUELET

2 bdrm 1.5 bath townhome. Lots of renos, wood floors, stairs,Bathroom, kitchen & more Great back deck/central location

JUDY GRAY (250) 726-2228 BLACK ROCK UCLUELET OCEANFRONT RESORT

Cottage & lodge suites; fully outfitted & equipped; on- site rental management www.blackrockresort.com

Waterfront suites, fully furnished and equipped, rentals allowed thru on-site management company

204 401 507 711 802 902

2 bdrm 2 bdrm 1 bdrm 2 bdrm 1 bdrm 1 bdrm

$198,900 $185,000 $179,000 $225,000 $164,000 $158,500

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202 $198,600 213 $379,000 302 $218,000 305 REDUCED$350,000 320 $395,000

404 $387,000 418 $212,000 420 $415,000 1702 $259,900 2202 $179,900 2303 $338,000 2306 $359,000

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COMMERCIAL

A unique light/med industrial zoned property. 2 buildings on .52 acres next to boat basin. Enhanced electrical. Press, lathe, compressor, & forklift included. Excellent rental income.

TANYA STEWART (250) 266-0467 CARMEN EDWARDS (250) 725-8028

Waterfront Vacation Rental Cottage Two story, two bdrm, two bath Open concept, great light & views Plumbed garage/shop, 2nd cabin possible

UCLUELET, BC

1638 CEDAR ROAD, UCLUELET Foreclosure. 1.12 acre downtown commercial. Property slopes toward road offering Inlet view, across from Gov’t Wharf.

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24.71 acre waterfront development property on inlet. Access to services available. Highway access.

115 SEAPLANE BASE ROAD .94 Acre waterfront, level lot Well suited to private marina Deep water access, tourist commercial zoning. Great inlet & mtn views

$299,000 286 MAIN STREET, UCLUELET

$295,000 LOT 1 MARINE DRIVE

1.58 Acres beachfront property, gently sloping towards the ocean. JUDY GRAY (250) 726-2228 JUDY GRAY (250) 726-2228 JUDY GRAY (250) 726-2228 Completely renovated view home; new roof, wiring/plumbing & more. CS1 Comm Zoning, many options. Superb location, central, great views. Lease $1400/month.

TOFINO, BC

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LOT B MINATO RD. UCLUELET

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$339,000

1972 PENINSULA ROAD, UCLUELET

JUDY GRAY (250) 726-2228 JUDY GRAY (250) 726-2228

$579,000

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$395,000

#1 Market, high traffic location; convenience store, lease space, office & food safe kitchen. Suitable location for any retail.

$625,000

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229 BOARDWALK BLVD

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$445,000

1980 HARBOUR DRIVE, UCLUELET

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$525,000

The Ucluetian, investment property mixed use 8 commercial, 3 residential High standard construction Room for expansion/2nd building

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166 FRASER LN, UCLUELET PIONEER BOAT WORKS

324 FORBES ROAD

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JIM SCHWARTZ (250) 726-7969

$649,000

JUDY GRAY (250) 726-2228 JUDY GRAY (250) 726-2228 JUDY GRAY (250) 726-2228

160 acres, some timber bordering park; gravel road access, close to hwy

JUDY GRAY (250) 726-2228 JUDY GRAY (250) 726-2228 JUDY GRAY (250) 726-2228

$899,000

Boat maintenance, fishing gear & boat rigging supplies. Large customer base from all over Vanc. Island & mainland. Large owners’ suite. Expansion possible. Stage II enviro completed.

Peninsula Café & Motel, 19 units & 140 seat restaurant, Plenty of parking Excellent exposure.

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Very well maintained bldng with lots of parking. Excellent location–high visibility corner. Main level office/retail fully occupied.

98 acres. Waterfront property close to Toquart Bay campsite & boat launch. Hydro to adjoining property.

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1801 BAY STREET, UCLUELET

CANNERY BAY

DISTRIC LOT 404 ALASKA PINE RD. UCLUELET

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$949,000+GST

$990,000

1666 PENINSULA ROAD

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JUDY GRAY (250) 726-2228

$1,180,000

SEC. 38 TOQUART BAY

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12.7 acre multi-family development site Approved for 64 nightly rental units & 12 residential condo units. Partially cleared. Spectacular open ocean views.

$1,400,000

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Excellent year-round income producing beach resort. Sold “turn-key”. 19 self-contained ocean view rooms. Full info pack available. A must see!!! CARMEN EDWARDS 250-725-8028 TANYA STEWART (250) 266-0467

72 acres on Clayoquot Sound. Stunning privately owned treed property on horseshoe shaped bay with deep water for wharf & shallow waterfront.

LOT 16 MARINE DRIVE

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LITTLE BEACH RESORT, UCLUELET

$950,000

$985,000

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VACANT LAND

COMMERCIAL PROPERTIES

JUDY GRAY (250) 726-2228

JIM SCHWARTZ (250) 726-7969

341 FORBES RD 2.4 acre eco-industrial site Residential permitted above plus Stand-alone residential also allowed.

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$189,900 LOT 12 KVARNO ISLAND

$249,000 342 FORBES RD .61 acre commercial/residential mix Eco-industrial Park, underground services. Many uses available under zoning. Further information available.

Vacation cabin at Reef Point Cottages allowing nightly rentals through the on-site mgmt. co. Well location close to trails, beaches & amenities.

JUDY GRAY (250) 726-2228

$135,000 WATERFRONT RESORT UCLUELET Upper level conference area with full kitchen, suitable for conference/meeting/ yoga room or other.

rental permitted; close to trails & beaches

1.5 acre eco-industrial site Underground services/3 phase power Adjacent lot also available Residential/commercial mix.

1672 CEDAR ROAD, UCLUELET 7,200 sq ft lot with views, central. Across from Whiskey Landing/Aquarium. Next to RCMP. Downtown core. Driveway, parking, cleared.

0 acre semi-waterfront. Stunning 0.61 PPacific ocean views, beach access.

.25 acre ocean view lot Located at the Edge High bank, corner lot.

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JUDY GRAY (250) 726-2228 LOT LOT 3 SALMON L B HELEN ROAD, U UCLUELET $400,000 BEACH,

$189,000

$150,000

• 143’ inlet waterfront; • Duplex or family home, kayak launch

• Cleared, ready for your vacation home • Hydro services in

A Allows main residence + secondary home

• Underground services, 2ndary or B&B okay

JIM SCHWARTZ 250-726-7969 LOT 4 JJUDY GRAY 250-726-2228 BOARDWALK 2 935 AMPHITRITE PL, 2401 GRANT AVE, BLVD, U $148,500 UCLUELET $395,000 UCLUELET • At ‘The Edge’, waterfront, trail access UCLUELET 22.72 acre inlet waterfront, fully treed.

317 FORBES RD

$98,000

view opportunities, lighted walking path &

Treed lot on Spring Cove allowing vacation rental/nightly cottages. S/E facing. Situated amongst other V/R properties.

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at the southern tip of the Ucluelet Peninsula. Underground services to lot. Very unique area just one block from the Wild Pacific Trail. 1 Forested .34 acre $110,000 2 Forested .34 acre $95,000 3 Forested .38 acre $100,000 4 Forested .43 acre $105,000 5 Oceanfront .61 acre $250,000 7 Oceanfront .89 acre $450,000 8 Oceanfront 1.27 acre $425,000 9 Oceanfront .82 acre $395,000 10 Oceanfront .54 acre $295,000 11 Oceanfront .71 acre $295,000 12 Oceanfront .71 acre $295,000

LOT 54, CEDAR GROVE 1 1055 HELEN RD, JUDY GRAY 250-726-2228 PLACE, UCLUELET $149,000 U $389,000 UCLUELET JUDY GRAY (250) 726-2228 JUDY GRAY (250) 726-2228 00.99 acre inlet waterfront; “grandfathered” • 13,639 sq. ft., quiet cul-de-sac OCEANWEST, UCLUELET dduplex zoning or home w/secondary suite & • Close to beaches, trails, info pkg available PRICED FROM 3 B&B rooms; great lot with great views. JUDY GRAY 250-726-2228 $75,000 TO $1,060,000 $185,000 JUDY GRAY 250-726-2228 $150,000 EACH 1981 ATHLONE RD, 1766 LOTS 33 & 34 RAINFOREST 267 CEDAR STREET, UCLUELET $135,000 CYPRESS TOFINO $379,000 • Harbour view, cleared, leveled DR. UCLUELET • No through road, walk to amenities Duffin Cove - spectacular ocean front ¼ acre site. ROAD, Two fully treed corner lots comS/W exposure; private sandy cove at low tides. Over- JUDY GRAY 250-726-2228 UCLUELET mercial/residential mixed zoning. looks islands & mountains of Clayoquot Sound. ZonUnderground services to lot. Easy ing permits principle residence with self-contained LOT A UCLUELET INLET, Village Square Commercial, harbour access to community centre, beaches, suite or 3 in-house B&B or VR units. view office. Unique former home conUCLUELET $137,000 trails & shopping. Several options verted to office. Great location, many under zoning. Lots sold seperately.

$139,900

$144,000 1016 PENINSULA RD, UCLUELET Finished, vacation home or rental cottage. New home warranty. New kitchen appliances, furnishings. Great surf/vacation retreat. Great price.

LINDA PETTINGER 1-800-316-0130

Fully tree 1 acre waterfront lot, east side of Ucluelet Inlet. Water access only. Fishing retreat, kayaking, camping or bring your ideas. Fabulous opportunity.

1245 HOWARD DRIVE, TOFINO $375,000 JUDY GRAY 250-726-2228 Large lot in Chesterman Beach neighbour943 AMPHITRITE PL, hhood. Fully treed. Services to property line. SShort stroll to Chesterman Beach. No GST. UCLUELET $130,000 side of road. Treed. BB & secondary suite.

6 INDUSTRIAL WAY, 699 Nice area, trails beach nearby TTOFINO $349,000+GST JUDY GRAY 250-726-2228 90 X 90 cleared and ready to go. CCorner lot w/prominent hwy exposure. Village Square commercial zoning. Max bldg hgt 3 storeys. Zoning allows mini LOT 21 THE EDGE, $129,000 Office/living above commercial. sstorage, mfg, trade/contractor workshops, UCLUELET Adjacent property also for sale.

ddelivery facilities,vehicle/marine eqt, sales & • 0.2 acres with R1 zoning, partially cleared, sservice.- One sfd allowable. gently sloping, Spring Cove views, corner lot

JUDY GRAY 250-726-2228

LLINDA PETTINGER 1-800-316-0130

$129,000

$135,000 1031 PENINSULA ROAD

1036 PENINSULA RD, UCLUELET Investment/vacation cottage; 2 storey/1 bedrm; fully furnished; revenue producing, nightly rentals; jetted tub and hot tub; minutes from beaches/trails

1 bdrm, 1 bath vacation cabin Close to beaches & trails, Small kitchen, cozy living areas, Bedroom up with Jacuzzi tub.

CARMEN EDWARDS (250) 725-8028

$44,000

1682 PENINSULA ROAD, UCLUELET

1078 PENINSULA ROAD UCLUELET 1,377 sq. ft. level lot; investment opportunity; zoned commercial; nightly vacation rental

JUDY GRAY (250) 726-2228 JUDY GRAY (250) 726-2228

1231 HOWARD DR, TOFINO $320,000

00.373 acre; trees & privacy; new home area; 2 blocks to beach to swim, walk, surf, play.

JJIM SCHWARTZ 250-726-7969

L 1 HELEN RD, LOT U UCLUELET

L Level waterfront inlet lot, cleared and ready tto build. 60’ walk-on w/f beach. Great locattion, kayak/boat launch.

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1181 RUPERT ROAD $99,000

8760 sq. ft. lot on cul-de-sac. JENNY REEF $2,100,000 Level, cleared with privacy trees Fully serviced & registered subdivision at road edge. Good family area, 7 oceanfront lots, 4 forested lots Underground services, treed. close to schools & beaches.

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LOT D ST. JACQUES BLVD. YEW WOOD, TOFINO $ 110,000 Serviced (sewer, water, hydro, telephone, $300,000 UCLUELET

JJUDY GRAY 250-726-2228

$94,500

Matterson House Restaurant, great central location, going concern, local support; business opportunity

Oceanfront, view, treed. Underground services.Vacation rental, guest house & residential mix www.oceanwest.com

LINDA PETTINGER 1-800-316-0130 Ocean view lot at The Edge. .38 acre on high JUDY GRAY 250-726-2228

1767 CEDAR RD. UCLUELET

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$125,000

Lot 9 view 0.12 acre

“The Edge” subdivision; vacant residential building lot; Family oriented, close to schools, treed, some

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1067 PENINSULA ROAD, UCLUELET

Affordable lot in mature residential neighbourhood.

bridge, central, close to beaches. JUDY GRAY (250) 726-2228 JJUDY GRAY 250-726-2228 CARMEN EDWARDS 250-725-8028 Lot 7 0.18 acre $95,000 LLOT 1178 CORAL WAY, Lot 26 0.35 acre $110,000 939 AMPHITRITE PL, $455,000 UCLUELET $235,000 UUCLUELET $158,800 Lot 31 0.26 acre $69,000 00.78 acre waterfront lot on cul-de-sac. Rare find, ocean view, ¼ acre. Fabulous view, at ‘The JUDY GRAY 250-726-2228 289A BOARDWALK BLVD, FFully treed. Nice gravel beach. Edge’, close to trail. JENNY REEF UCLUELET JJUDY GRAY 250-726-2228 JUDY GRAY 250-726-2228 Waterfront cabin, ESTATES, UCLUELET 923 AMPHITRITE Spring Cove, 2 548 MARINE DRIVE, 5 Stunning and private bdrm, 3 storey with U UCLUELET $425,000 PLACE $155,000 oceanfront and forested lots soaker tub, nightly

$199,000

5 acre lot with south & west exposure. Small bay, driveway in, site cleared Shared drilled wells, dock & roads. Water access only. options permitted under zoning. Wonderful site.

$149,900

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0.65 acre corner, treed site; DCC exempt area, light commercial on main, residential permitted above plus secondary residence permitted for worker or caretaker

WILD PACIFIC COVE, UCLUELET PASS OF MELFORT PLACE LOT 4 SUNSET LINDA PETTINGER 1-800-316-0130 Next to Wild Pacific Trail, cove & island at POINT $579,900 ocean’s edge, oceanfront and ocean views. .67 acre oceanfront lot 598 PFEIFFER CRESCENT, $99,500 $198,000 Lot 4 view 0.11 acre South facing crashing TOFINO

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$214,000

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ssite cleared, close to trails; zoning permits BB .24 acre (10,454 sq ft); building scheme, underground oor secondary; large setbacks=privacy services

2nd or 3rd floor.

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LOT 9 FORBES RD. UCLUELET

¼ acre in Tofino’s newest neighbourhood. Elevated bluff property with south-west exposure. Overlooks miles of undisturbed West Coast forest cover. Very private.

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Waterfront vacation cabin. 2 bedroom, 2 bath timber frame. Tastefully finished and furnished.

Beautiful estate sized lots, close to park & trail, treed, large setbacks, udrground services. $ Lot 8 0.57 acre 133,900 Lot 21 REDUCED 0.39 acre $95,000 $ Lot 8 0.57 acre 133,900 Lot 24 0.36 acre SOLD!

$140,000 Sunny exposure & some harbour views. Zoning permits Lot 13 view 0.23 acre LOT A Stunning vantage point principal residence & self-contained suite. Water & sew- Lot 11 w/f 0.37 acre $398,000 WATERFRONT AActive eagles nest on lot line. $429,000 er to property line. Easy walk to town and all amenities. Lot 10 w/f 0.52 acre DR. JJUDY GRAY 250-726-2228 .12 acre $129,900 LINDA PETTINGER 1-800-316-0130 Lot 6 UCLUELET LLOT 14 MARINE DR, JUDY GRAY 250-726-2228 37, 905 BARCLAY PL, Level waterfront inlet lot. Tourist/comU UCLUELET $599,000 LOT mercial zoning with nearby marinas. REDUCED $174,500 BLUEBERRY HILL, UCLUELET UCLUELET 0.63 0 acre south facing oceanfront; building Residential or nightly rental permitted on

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279 BOARDWALK BLVD, UCLUELET

$265,000

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$269,000

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$259,000

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Vacation cottage – foreclosure sale; 2 bdrm, 2 bath, built in 2007; close to trails & beaches; nightly rental.

cabin with hot tub. Well outfitted, s services & fire protection to prprty rental income potential to offset costs. LLINDA PETTINGER 1-800-316-0130

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273 BOARDWALK BLVD, UCLUELET

Elevated building lots close to downtown, quiet

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$269,000

114+acres, old growth, overlooking

cul-de-sac in mature neighbourhood, sites are gently 265 beach, close to town b BOARDWALK JJIM SCHWARTZ 250-726-7969 sloped upwards. LINDA PETTINGER 1-800-316-0130 BLVD 700 YEW WOOD 7 TOFINO T $750,000 622 YEW WOOD ROAD, Great views, 2 bdrm, 2 bath vacation $199,000+GST Multi fmly; 1.1 acre zoned for 24 units; TOFINO M

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Development site. Half original price. 40 unit m/f, underground services to lot. Easy access to amenities, trails & beaches. Proposed plans available.

3 TONQUIN PK RD, 320 593 OR 595 PFEIFFER CRES. RAINFOREST ESTATES, $ T 1,600,000 TOFINO TOFINO $219,000 UCLUELET

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COX BAY RESORT $599,000 2 bedroom $339,000 1 bedroom $365,000 1 bedroom $665,000 2 bedroom

#3 #8 #14 #31

$278,000

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LOT 2 ST. JACQUES BLVD. UCLUELET

1431 PACIFIC RIM HWY. TOFINO

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$299,000

cable & fire protection.) Treed, from 6,700– 12,000 sq. ft. + DCCs paid by developer. CARMEN EDWARDS 250-725-8028 Lot 9: $152,000 Lot 12: $157,000 Lot 14: $150,000 Lot 15: $160,000

• Large corner lot, 9,720 sq. ft., central • Building scheme, underground services

906 PENINSULA RD, LINDA PETTINGER 1-800-316-0130 UCLUELET $96,000 $249,900 • Treed lot at Edge next to Jenny Reef, close UPLANDS AT ITTATSOO BAY

• Treed, serviced, 0.67 acre, inlet waterfront. to trails, lighthouse, simple bldg scheme • Duplex or single family, kayak launch JUDY GRAY 250-726-2228

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Seller financing, low down payment, rural 10 acre parcels, drilled wells. Ocean views. Marine access available.

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ToďŹ no pioneer church turns 100 By JACKIE CARMICHAEL

The Westerly News A constant in Tofino over the past century., little St. Columba Church – is marking its 100th year of service this coming weekend. The church was a fixture by 1914, when there were ust trails and the 1st Street dock and a steam ship that brought supplies into the isolated fishing outpost and a handful of homesteads. “In Europe and the British Isles, 100 years is not old – but on the West Coast it is,� said church secretary Dorothy Arnet, whose husband’s family helped found the church, as did area pioneer and beach namesake John Chesterman, whose $12 initial gift helped buy the lots for $100. St. Columba has seen 30 ministers, five organs, a merger between Anglican and United communities. It cheered its congregation through World War I, the Great Depression and World War II. Like many churches, St. Columba has had ebb and flow. There’s a small but devoted

congregation now; lay leaders conduct most services, but the congregation’s hoping a brand new rectory will help draw a minister to lead them. “People of Tofino love the church, whether they come to the church or not. If we’re painting, people come and say, ‘What are you doing to our church??’� she said with a smile. There’s another congregation – an international one. Tourists come as they are, and they’re welcomed at the little church. “Throughout the tourist season, we get people from around the world who come to church – and they leave their surfboards outside,� Arnet said. This weekend’s 100th anni-

versary celebrations at St. Columba include an open house Friday from noon to 4 p.m., guided historical walk around Tofino at 10 a.m. Saturday; a presentation

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The Tofino Transit Seasonal Shuttle Bus Service will operate daily until September 2. The route operates hourly from each end of the route. The $2 trip runs from Cox Bay Visitor Centre to the Tofino bus depot with multiple signed stops. For schedule visit www. tofino.ca The shuttle is paid for by the District of Tofino using Resort Municipality Initiative funding. The District has contracted locally owned Tofino Bus to operate the 2013 service. This yearâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s schedule starts later in the morning than previous years

Bridge opens Kennedy Lake swim beach Parks Canada has installed a temporary metal bridge over the damaged culvert on the Kennedy Lake Road which allowed Parks Canada to open the road to vehicle traffic. This is a temporary solution. Funding, method of repair and environmental requirements will need to be finalized prior to a long-term fix, said a spokesperson, urging visitors to heed signs and drive slow over the temporary bridge.


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At the Long Beach Airport inside the building known as the Weather Station, there is office/storage space available for rent. It consists of a large room which is approximately 874 sq. feet and two offices at 130 sq. feet. Shared washroom facilities are on site and there is a private entrance. The building was built in the 1940’s and requires internal and external renovations. The ACRD is seeking requests for proposals of prospective tenants who would provide repairs and upgrading, which meet the BC building Code, for a combination of rent and occupancy, for a two year period. The building is shared with the airport weather contractor, and only complementary uses will be considered. Proposals must be submitted to the ACRD office, located at 3008 Fifth Avenue, Port Alberni, BC by 3:00 pm on July 18, 2013. A viewing of the property will be held July 12, 2013 at 11:00 a.m. For more information, please contact Andy Daniel at 250-720-2713.

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The Westerly News Someone with a pellet gun downed a big bird visiting Tofino last week. A Greater White-fronted Goose was taken to wildlife veterinarian Dr. Malcolm McAdie. “It had been captured on the beach unable to fly and it sounds like people had seen it in the area for over a week. It was unable to use its right leg therefore it was x-rayed. The x-ray showed again another bird shot with a pellet gun,” said Sylvia Campbell. A long-lived bird, the Greater White-fronted Goose maintains permanent pair bonds and provides extended biparental care to its young, often into the next breeding season and beyond. A highly mobile bird and one of the first fall migrants, the Greater White-fronted Goose undertakes long seasonal migrations from Alaska to Oregon and from arctic Canada across the boreal forest to the northern Great Plains. In North America, the Greater White-fronted Goose has seen declines resulting from overexploitation and loss of habitat. Shooting is one of the top things that sends wildlife to hospital, Campbell said. “Just recently we compiled documentation of the animals and birds that have been admitted to the centre since June of last year. It stuck us that many of the birds brought into our care that been shot by either a rifle or pellet gun,” Campbell said. For information about the NIWRA and their raptor programs, visit www.niwra.org.


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AREA PLANNER Western Forest Products Inc. is currently seeking an Area Planner to join the Holberg Forest Operation, 45 minutes west of Port Hardy. Nestled at the head of Holberg Inlet and neighbouring Winter Harbour and Quatsino, the Holberg Forest Operation is located 45 minutes west of Port Hardy on the north end of beautiful Vancouver Island. Cape Scott and Raft Cove provincial parks are popular destinations in the area, along with a lifetime’s worth of known coves and beaches. The north Island is brimming with recreational opportunities such as surfing, skiing, boating, diving, hunting and, of course, fresh or saltwater fishing. Reporting to the Operations Planners, this full time position will be a great opportunity for someone who enjoys working closely with production crews and their supervisors, is interested in contract supervision and production supervision, while performing the classic roles of: • Providing leadership in safety and stewardship for peers • Leadership in both operations and silviculture planning • Managing budgets for timber development for an annual cut of up to 200,000m3 • Delivery of road construction and harvest plans to road construction, falling and logging supervisors • Block development planning following through with cutting permit and road permit submissions • Strategic, tactical and operational planning • Liaising with First Nations and provincial ministries • Supervising other WFP staff and contractors The successful candidate will be a registered forest professional with a degree or diploma. You must also possess a minimum of 5 years’ experience in coastal forestry and will be team-oriented with an ability to deliver results that are aligned with our Company’s strategic goals. You will have the ability to adopt and encourage innovative thinking that contributes to achieving practical solutions to complex problems. Being an Area Planner can be a physically demanding role at times, so you must also be able to withstand the demands of coastal field work. Experience with Genus, Forest Ops, Road Eng, Plant Wizard and Survey Wizard would be considered an asset. A detailed job posting can be viewed at http://www.westernforest.com/building-value/our-people-employment/careers Western offers a competitive salary, a comprehensive benefit package and the potential to achieve annual performance incentives. This northern Vancouver Island location has often been referred to as the “University of Holberg” in reference to planning staff working in the heart of the operation and having access to unique opportunities to cross over into production phases, get hands-on experience managing development or silviculture projects and gaining exposure to contract management. You will have immediate access to the tenures we manage as soon as you walk out the door, which makes it very easy to interact with field or production crews. If you believe that you have the talent that we are looking for, like to get your hands dirty, and would like to be a part of our well-supported team, please submit your resume and cover letter, citing the Reference Code, in confidence to: Human Resource Department Facsimile: 1.866.840.9611 • Email: resumes@westernforest.com Application Deadline: Wednesday, July 31, 2013 Reference Code: Area Planner, HFO

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OCCASION D’EMPLOI Technicien(ne) de soutien des biens (EG 03) Re´serve de parc national du Canada Pacific Rim Ucluelet, (C.-B.) Nume´ro de re´fe´rence: 2013-CAPCBC-PR-OC-026B Dure´e des fonctions: Poste inde´termine´ toute l’anne´e Salaire: 49 917 $ a` 60 727 $ Date limite: 10 juillet 2013 Les exigences Compe´ tences linguistiques: Anglais essentiel E´ t u d e s : D i p l oˆ m e d ’ e´ t u d e s secondaires comple´ te´ d’une formation postsecondaire dans le me´ tier de la construction a` compagnon d’apprentissage, OU un diploˆme d’e´tude colle´gial de 2 ans en inge´nierie ou en technologie de l’architecture, OU un agencement acceptable d’e´tudes, de formation et d’expe´rience. Expe´rience: Estimer les mate´riaux et les ressources humaines et financie`res ne´cessaires pour des entretiens secondaires des biens et des projets d’immobilisations/mise a` niveau; pre´parer des re´quisitions; e´ crire les modalite´ s et les spe´ cifications des contrats de services et de construction; Communiquer avec les entrepreneurs et les fournisseurs de biens et services afin de discuter des exigences, d’obtenir/e´tablir les dates de livraison des produits/services, et de s’occuper des questions relie´s aux exigences du produit/service; Effectuer du travail sur le terrain, planifier et coordonner des projets internes conformes a` la LCEE. Inspection des installations pour la se´curite´ publique, l’entretien et l’expe´rience du visiteur; Surveiller et entretenir les biens (ve´hicules, embarcations, petits e´quipements et installations du parc); Travailler avec le public, des groupes d’inte´reˆts et des organismes; particulie`rement les Premie`res Nations; Maintenir des inventaires e´lectroniques et des dossiers; Travailler avec un ordinateur personnel en utilisant des logiciels, tels que Word, WordPerfect, Excel et PowerPoint; Ge´rer des e´quipes de travail. Pour postuler: Pour obtenir une copie de l’avis du concours et de l’e´ nonce´ de qualite´ s, veuillez communiquer avec Mme Janet Busby, Adjointe ressources humaines au 250 726-3515 ou par courriel a` janet.busby@pc.gc.ca

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The Aquarium has an opening for an Executive Director. The successful applicant for this position will be responsible for the operation and administration of the Ucluelet Aquarium. Areas of expertise should include: Financial management skills, payroll and general ledger maintenance; strategic planning; employee management and development; community relations and global stewardship (more information can be obtained from the Aquarium). The successful applicant will have excellent verbal and written skills with a solution-oriented, can-do attitude. Excellent people skills and proficiency with software such as Word, Excel and Simply Accounting are required. If you are interested in this opportunity, please submit resume and cover letter including salary expectations to rsvarns1@telus.net, or to UAS, Box 1262, Ucluelet, BC, V0R 3A0. Applications must be received no later than July 5th, 2013.

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The Alberni-Clayoquot Regional District is situated in the heart of Vancouver Island; it includes the municipalities of Port Alberni, Tofino, and Ucluelet. Six electoral areas and two member First Nations encompass the west coasts most dramatic and majestic landscapes, including the world famous Pacific Rim National Park. The Alberni-Clayoquot Regional District is within the traditional territory of ten First Nations of the Nuu-chah-nulth Tribal Council. Reporting directly to the Manager of Planning and Development the Junior Planner/Bylaw Enforcement Officer will work in both land use planning and bylaw enforcement. The land use planning component consists of providing the public with planning information and assistance, providing advice to the Board of Directors, Advisory Planning Commissions, and senior staff. The bylaw enforcement component of the position includes dealing with infractions of various bylaws including zoning, unsightly premises, soil removal and noise bylaws. The ideal candidate will have a degree in land use planning or related field along with relevant planning experience, good written and verbal communication skills, and have a working knowledge of BC land use regulations and practices. Membership or eligibility for membership in the Planning Institute of British Columbia and the Canadian Institute of Planners would be an asset. The successful candidate will be required to be a member of CUPE Local 118 (Alberni-Clayoquot Unit). The rate of pay is as per the Collective Agreement. A detailed job description is available at the Alberni-Clayoquot Regional District office and on our web site at www.acrd.bc.ca. Applications to be submitted by 4:30 on July 19, 2013. Mike Irg, Manager of Planning and Development Alberni-Clayoquot Regional District 3008 Fifth Avenue Port Alberni, BC V9Y 2E3 Fax: (250) 723-1327 or email mirg@acrd.bc.ca We thank all applicants in advance for their interest. However, only those under consideration will be contacted.

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According to Irving, the district has already implemented a new financial accounting process and the new harbour manager Kevin Cortes is keeping regular records. “One reason he scored well on the interviews is that he’s familiar with accounting processes,” Irving said of Cortes. “I can see where people have questions. We’re certainly trying to respect the former manager but also make sure we’re consistently closing off everything properly and it’s fully accounted for and we don’t, sort of, slip into gray areas anymore.” Irving said he doesn’t believe Bird ever intended to keep the money, because it had been set aside and Bird’s commission based salary entitled him to 45% of it. “By sitting on it he didn’t get his cut so i don’t see the advantage to him,” the mayor said, adding the district hasn’t received an explanation from Bird on why the money had not been part of the routine deposits. “When we asked we did not get an answer that was fully satisfying,” Irving said. “He hasn’t explained it to me or staff in a way that makes sense to our long term relationship.”

Bird told the Westerly News he never received an explanation from the district on what he was supposed to do with it. The district placed an advertisement in the April 7, 2011 Westerly News looking for someone to operate the harbour’s newly installed showers and laundry facilities. The ad said the deadline for applications was April 29, 2011. Bird said no one was hired to the position and its duties gradually fell under his harbour manager umbrella - despite never officially being assigned to him by the district. “I got no direction whatsoever,” he says, “They never said for me to even do it.” The coin-operated machines filled up and stopped working when they were full so he began collecting the change, Bird said, adding that with no direction from the district on what to do with it, he stored it in a safety deposit box. “I informed them that I had it and got no response,” Bird said. “It’s painful because you don’t like to hang onto it because something could happen but they gave me no direction...So I just kept collecting it.” reporter@westerlynews.ca


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Thursday, July 4, 2013

TOURISM

Mock climate war pits ToďŹ no vs Buxton, UK By JACKIE CARMICHAEL

The Westerly News Newly honoured in a recent BBC report as one of the most attractive towns in the British Isles, Buxton, England has a new challenge: a climate war with Tofino, B.C. City-data.com, a site that connects people around the world with information about communities, is host to a post war started by Vancouver poster deneb78, who started the fireworks with â&#x20AC;&#x153;I thought this would be an interesting battle...Curious to see what people choose. I think Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll give the slight edge to Tofino in spite of the fact its wetter.â&#x20AC;? Tofino Mayor Josie Osborne said her parents are British, so sheâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s perhaps genetically predisposed to liking British weather. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Clearly, Tofino has the better climate,â&#x20AC;? Osborne said, noting that if Buxtonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s cloudier in the summer as a poster said, thatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s in Tofinoâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s favour. â&#x20AC;&#x153;We can always get through winter, but you want to have a nice summer, right?â&#x20AC;? Osborne noted one poster had posted a sunset picture of Tofinoâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s beauty. â&#x20AC;&#x153;You canâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t beat this, right? Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s beautiful up there (in Buxton), but itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s not on the ocean, is it?â&#x20AC;? The mayor said sheâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s hoping the faux climate-war could attract some visitors to the West Coast. A Buxton company bottles the local waters for sale; Osborne said perhaps someone will bring some over for a blind taste-test comparison. â&#x20AC;&#x153;I would definitely challenge them for Tofino water vs. Buxton water â&#x20AC;&#x201C; we can hold our own,â&#x20AC;? she said. Both towns have their charms. Buxton was ranked in a June BBC report as one of the most attractive towns in the British

Isles; Tofino was ranked by Outside magazine as the top surf destination in North America. In the cultural mix: The Gilbert & Sullivan Festival vs. the Whale Festival. Buxton Cricket Club vs. Cox Beach. Buxtonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s spa dates to Roman times to use geothermal water from St. Anneâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Well; the imprisoned Mary Queen of Scots was brought to â&#x20AC;&#x153;take the waters.â&#x20AC;? Tofino has Hot Springs Cove in Maquinna Provincial Marine Park. Buxtonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Derbyshire surrounds are referenced in the works of Jane Austen. Tofino was the backdrop for movies like â&#x20AC;&#x153;Alaska,â&#x20AC;? â&#x20AC;&#x153;The Fogâ&#x20AC;? and â&#x20AC;&#x153;The Big Year.â&#x20AC;? The two towns are far from twins. Buxton is 1,000 feet above sea level; Tofino is surrounded by mountains but sits at just 30 feet above sea level. Buxton gets 51 inches of rain a year; Tofino averages over twice that. Tofinoâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s lowest average monthly temperature is 7.6 degrees in January; Buxtonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s lowest average monthly temp sinks to just under zero degrees. Buxtonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s population in 2001 was almost 21,000; Tofinoâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s population is less than a tenth that. Buxtonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s natural cavern has unique poached-egg shaped stalagmites; some people in Tofino have been known to eat poached eggs. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Buxton is Z- So A star for Tofino. Woop woop!!!!!!!â&#x20AC;? said owenc of Northern Ireland.

ToďŹ no/Ahousaht RCMP report On July 2 at 6:30 a.m. RCMP responded to a report of a unresponsive male lying near the First Street dock. It appeared the male had been assaulted. Police found the male near some bushes. The male was unresponsive but breathing, ambulance was called immediately. The male had a gash above one eye and appeared to have been in a fight. The male was transported to the hospital by ambulance. He couldnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t remember very much to assist police in finding out what happened to him. He was released from hospital. RCMP will investigate further.

Quad driver injured after running stop On July 1 at 10:49 a.m. RCMP were called to a collision at Hellesen Road and Abraham Drive where one driver was injured. Police arrived to find a vehicle and a quad had been in a collision. The driver of the quad was bleeding profusely from the nose. Police rendered first aid to the driver. There was damage to the vehicle that did not render the vehicle inoperable. The investigation revealed the quad driver was on his way to a party down the street, ran the stop sign and drove almost into the middle of the vehicle. The quad operator kept repeating profusely how stupid he was. Another police officer came to the scene. As ambulance was still enroute, the officer drove the quad driver to the hospital in the police car. The quad driver will receive violation tickets for running a stop sign and operating an uninsured vehicle on a highway.

But Buxtonian poster Weatherfan7 said it was a tough decision because Tofino is â&#x20AC;&#x153;so damn wetâ&#x20AC;? but has fewer thunderstorms. Pied piper shuts down A New Zealander posted Tofino was too â&#x20AC;&#x153;mossy,â&#x20AC;? located in a sort noisy party on Main of â&#x20AC;&#x153;moss beltâ&#x20AC;? but Morningrise, On July 2 at 1:23 a.m. RCMP were from Vancouver and Saskatoon, called out to a large, noisy party gave it to the West Coast. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Tofino. Way too wet overall, but on Main Street. Police attended to find 50 or so persons on the propwarmer than Buxton and quite erty with loud music blaring and a bit sunnier, I believe. (I heard fireworks being set off. The renter Buxtonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s sunshine was around of the property was cooperative 1200 hours?)â&#x20AC;? with the police and advised he Over the Canada Day long weekKsolina of Croatia said â&#x20AC;&#x153;Tofino could have people cleared out and end RCMP responded to disturbbecause itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s warmer, sunnier and the party shut down in about 20 ance calls, drinking and fires on wetter.â&#x20AC;? minutes. About 40 minutes later various beaches. Several liquor Perhaps the last word goes to violation tickets were handed out. Patrix542, who posted a picture of most people had left the area, the Tofinoâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s natural beauty at sunset. last group being lead away by a - Tofino RCMP â&#x20AC;&#x153;Tofino for being warmer during person playing the flute and seversummer (and more chances for 30c weather) â&#x20AC;Ś And I mean look at it,â&#x20AC;? he posted. As of press              time, posters           

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Big fish story! Ucluelet Salmon Ladder Derby names top June anglers The Westerly News

1st /June Steve Ondre, Courtenay

2nd/June Sheila Archer, Victoria

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Congratulations to winners so far in the Ucluelet Salmon Ladder Derby. June’s winners included 1st place, Steve Ondre from Courtenay, with a cash and prize value of $2,500 for his 36 lb 09 oz fish. “Steve has an annual derby ticket and he stayed at the Bayshore Waterfront Inn where he got his ticket and was out fishing with his buddy,” said the Derby’s Lisa Brisco. Ondre’s fish was caught with a needle fish hoochie at South Bank June 15. In 2nd place with $500, Sheila Archer from Victoria stayed at Black Rock and was out fishing with Big Bear Salmon Charters. Her fish weighed 28 lb 04 oz. “Sheila had a one-day ticket. She too caught her winner with a hoochie at South Bank, on June 2,” Brisco said. In 3rd place, Bruce Moores from Sicamous is a regular on the docks and has played the derby since day one. He was fishing at Sail Rock at about 90 ft with a Trurol lure on June 10. “He too was fishing with friends George Smith and wife, Princealine along with their good luck charms. Summer residents at the West Coast Motel, Bruce & Princealine are well known on the docks and

we are thrilled to see them in the winners circle,” said Brisco. Bruce wins $100. The derby found unexpected generosity in a May winner. First place winner Colin Shore of Black Diamond, Alberta donated his $500 winnings to the hatchery. He and 3rd place winner Robert Higgins were both fishing with Big Bear Salmon Charters. The Ucluelet Salmon Ladder Derby is a four month long salmon fishing derby run by the Ucluelet Salmon Enhancement Society to raise funds and awareness for local salmon enhancement projects on the West Coast. Through sponsorships, donations and ticket sales, the derby is able to reward over $10,000 in monthly cash and prizes for the biggest fish on the ladder. Qualifying anglers for the two day September Fish Off then compete for a cash and prize award, valued up to $10,000; as well participants vie for a $250,000 Hidden Weight Grand Prize “In three seasons the Ucluelet Salmon Enhancement Society has presented the Thornton Creek Hatchery, near Ucluelet, with $12,000. This year, another $500 has been donated to both the Pacific Salmon Foundation and Central Westcoast Forest Society to help promote a healthy stock of salmon in our waterways,” Brisco said.


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Thursday, July 4, 2013

SD70 rep’s resignation carries $15,000 price tag ANDREW BAILEY

Westerly News Barbie Mayor’s recent resignation from her post as West Coast representative on the school board has a $15,000 bill headed towards the table of an alreadycashstrapped school district. She reportedly made an attempt to reverse her decision when she was informed of its financial impact but her letter of resigna-

tion was already in the hands of the school board and apparently the point of no return had been passed. A by-election will be held on September 14 to fill her seat. “If it happens that there is an election then it could cost us up to $15,000,” said School District 70 (SD70) secretary treasurer Lindsay Cheetham, adding the cost will be significantly less if only one candidate is nominated.

He said the cost of having the Alberni-Clayoquot Regional District run the election is worth the amount of staff time it would save. He’s banking on the regional district’s expertise will help ensure no do-overs are necessary. “If you make any small slip and somebody calls you on it then you have to turn around and do the whole thing again,” he said. “It’s not something that’s done very often and nobody here at the dis-

trict has ever done it because the ACRD has always run it.” Mayor had served as the West Coast’s representative SD70’s board of trustees since winning the seat by acclamation in 2011. Trustees are elected to three-year terms and Mayor’s successor will serve a term ending in November, 2014. The nomination period will run from July 30-Aug. 9. Nomination forms and additional information

can be found on SD70’s website. Candidates must be West Coast residents who are at least 18. Trustees receive $10,380 a year. Mayor did not return calls by press time but in an email to the Westerly News on May 28, she cited an increase in other commitments as her reason for stepping down. reporter@westerlynews.ca

Tofino hatchery honoured for 3 decades of spawning success ANDREW BAILEY

Westerly News About 30 years ago a group of Tofino locals hatched a plan to revive Tofino’s salmon population and what started as a small operation in a trailer on Bay Street has spawned into a multi-systemed fish-hatching success story. The Tofino Salmon Enhancement Society was recently presented with a plaque from the Department of Fisheries and Oceans Canada (DFO) in recognition of 25 years of service. “We’ve been continuously in operation for all this time and we haven’t ever missed a season,” said secretarytreasurer Whitey Bernard. “We’ve been told by the fisheries biologist from DFO that if it wasn’t for the Tofino Salmon Enhancement Society, it’s quite likely that Chinook salmon would be extinct in Cypre River

and Tranquil River.” Four different systems now hatch over 500,000 salmon each year, with a 98% survival rate from egg to fry. Volunteers access remote streams by boat and then truck through deteriorating logging roads to collect the eggs. “Out here, when you go out to catch your fish to get the eggs, you’re going out when the fish are ripe and that also means the rivers might be in flood and there are always bears,” Bernard said. Along with egg-collecting, the hatchery’s operations must be meticulously organized and kept clean. “Raising fish is like raising any kind of critters; their environment has to be very good,” he said. The society’s only paid employee Doug Palfrey, general manager of operations, also works with Ucluelet’s Thornton Creek Hatchery.

“With the Thornton Creek guys and our guys working together we’re able to get the amount of eggs that we need,” Bernard said. Eggs hatch into fry, which are raised at the hatchery until they reach 5 grams. They are then returned to the same river they were collected from. Some salmon, particularly Chinook, are held back and put in net-pens at the mouth of the river for several weeks until they are

about 7-8 grams. The society’s operating cost of $35,000 a year is largely paid through community support and dona-

tions with DFO kicking in $7,000. The annual Tofino Saltwater Classic Fishing Derby boosts the society’s bank account.

The district of Tofino is a significant contributor by leasing the land for $1 per year and providing a vital guaranteed water supply during the hatchery’s October to May season. “We appreciate all the support we’re getting and we appreciate the recognition that we’ve got and we’re going to keep doing what we do,” Bernard said. Donations can be sent to P.O. Box 476 or brought into the hatchery at 700 Sharp Road. reporter@Westerlynews.ca

ST. COLUMBA CHURCH


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