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WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 28, 2013 www.campbellrivermirror.com Newsstand 85¢ Enter to Win! campbellrivermirror.com/contests 1710 Island Hwy, Campbell River 250-286-6132 1691 Dogwood St., Campbell River 250-286-4288 Mon - Fri, 8:30–5:30, Sat 8:30–5, Sun: CLOSED Plus tax & enviro fee. Up to 5L of Valvoline oil and warranty approved oil filter. Some restrictions apply. Coupon expires Aug. 31, 2013. Limit one coupon per customer. Must present coupon. See store for more information. Campbell River location only. WE ACCEPT COMPETITORS COUPONS • 100% WARRANTY APPROVED NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY $ 8 00 OFF ANY OIL CHANGE PAUL RUDAN CAMPBELL RIVER MIRROR A man released from prison last year on a manslaughter conviction is back in custody, charged with assaulting a police officer and sev- eral more crimes. Robert Oliver Nelson, 38, is due to have a bail hearing Thursday morning in Campbell River provin- cial court. He is currently facing 10 charges. Nelson grew up in Campbell River and is well-known to police with 67 criminal convictions, mostly for property offences and violating court orders. One of his last arrests here was in December 2005 for stealing a jacket. He later received an 18-month jail sentence for the theft and other charges. At some point Nelson moved to Prince George. On July 14, 2009, Nelson assaulted tattoo artist Darren Lee Paterson, 29, over a debt. Nel- son struck Paterson in the stomach with a collapsable baton and then punched him in the head, knocking the man to the ground. Paterson was briefly knocked out and later went home, but that after- noon he called for an ambulance. He died that night in hospital from a head injury. Following a nine-day trial, a jury found Nelson guilty of manslaugh- ter. In November 2011, he was sen- tenced to five years in prison, but received a two-for-one credit for pre-trial custody – a credit that has since been revoked by Parliament. He served the eight months remaining on the sentence and was released on probation. On Aug. 20, around 6 p.m., Campbell River RCMP were called to a report of an assault that had occurred near Discovery Pier. According to police, an officer spotted the suspect vehicle leaving the scene and also recognized the driver, Nelson, who was wanted on a warrant out of Prince George for two counts of fleeing police. The officer followed him to an apartment parking lot, quietly approached the stopped vehicle and then told Nelson he was under arrest. Nelson allegedly lunged and struck the officer in an apparent escape attempt. In the scuffle that followed, Nel- son lost his shirt and shoe as he attempted to flee, but the officer was able to safely subdue and pin him down as others arrived to help. In addition to the charges out of Prince George, Nelson is Well-known criminal locked up again Continued on Pg. 2 KRISTEN DOUGLAS CAMPBELL RIVER MIRROR The SPCA will delay opening a new animal adoption and education centre in Campbell River after aban- doning plans to locate the facility at the Maritime Heritage Centre. In late July, the B.C. SPCA announced it had found a suitable location and would set up its animal shelter at the city-owned Maritime Heritage Centre. One day later, the city said it had never been approached by the SPCA to use its facility and further, the zoning of the site did not allow for the SPCA’s intended use. On Aug. 13, council did not approve the SPCA’s re-location to the Maritime Heritage Centre which now has prompted the SPCA to start over. “The BC SPCA is disappointed by the city’s decision not to approve the re-zoning required for the new SPCA education and adoption cen- tre at the Maritime Heritage Cen- tre,” said a BC SPCA news release. “However, the SPCA remains deeply committed to helping animals in Campbell River and looks forward to partnering with the city as we will renew our search for an appropriate SPCA seeks good home for pet adoption centre Continued on Pg. 2 Sploosh! A net full of rubber duckies hit the water at Centennial Pool to start the Rotary Duck Dip fundraiser on Saturday. See page 3 for more pic- tures. ALISTAIR TAYLOR/THE MIRROR Cultures celebrated: All the World Lives Here was a colourful event Page 4

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A man released from prison last year on a manslaughter conviction is back in custody, charged with assaulting a police officer and sev-eral more crimes.

Robert Oliver Nelson, 38, is due to have a bail hearing Thursday morning in Campbell River provin-cial court. He is currently facing 10 charges.

Nelson grew up in Campbell River and is well-known to police with 67 criminal convictions, mostly for property offences and violating court orders.

One of his last arrests here was in December 2005 for stealing a jacket. He later received an 18-month jail sentence for the theft and other charges.

At some point Nelson moved to Prince George. On July 14, 2009, Nelson assaulted tattoo artist Darren Lee Paterson, 29, over a debt. Nel-son struck Paterson in the stomach with a collapsable baton and then punched him in the head, knocking the man to the ground.

Paterson was briefly knocked out and later went home, but that after-noon he called for an ambulance. He died that night in hospital from a head injury.

Following a nine-day trial, a jury found Nelson guilty of manslaugh-ter. In November 2011, he was sen-tenced to five years in prison, but received a two-for-one credit for pre-trial custody – a credit that has since been revoked by Parliament.

He served the eight months remaining on the sentence and was released on probation.

On Aug. 20, around 6 p.m., Campbell River RCMP were called to a report of an assault that had occurred near Discovery Pier.

According to police, an officer spotted the suspect vehicle leaving the scene and also recognized the driver, Nelson, who was wanted on a warrant out of Prince George for two counts of fleeing police.

The officer followed him to an apartment parking lot, quietly approached the stopped vehicle and then told Nelson he was under arrest.

Nelson allegedly lunged and struck the officer in an apparent escape attempt.

In the scuffle that followed, Nel-son lost his shirt and shoe as he attempted to flee, but the officer was able to safely subdue and pin him down as others arrived to help.

In addition to the charges out of Prince George, Nelson is

Well-known criminal locked up again

Continued on Pg. 2

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The SPCA will delay opening a new animal adoption and education centre in Campbell River after aban-doning plans to locate the facility at the Maritime Heritage Centre.

In late July, the B.C. SPCA announced it had found a suitable location and would set up its animal shelter at the city-owned Maritime Heritage Centre.

One day later, the city said it had never been approached by the SPCA to use its facility and further, the zoning of the site did not allow for the SPCA’s intended use.

On Aug. 13, council did not approve the SPCA’s re-location to the Maritime Heritage Centre which now has prompted the SPCA to start over.

“The BC SPCA is disappointed by the city’s decision not to approve the re-zoning required for the new SPCA education and adoption cen-tre at the Maritime Heritage Cen-tre,” said a BC SPCA news release. “However, the SPCA remains deeply committed to helping animals in Campbell River and looks forward to partnering with the city as we will renew our search for an appropriate

SPCA seeks good home for pet adoption centre

Continued on Pg. 2

Sploosh! A net full of rubber duckies hit the water at Centennial Pool to start the Rotary Duck Dip fundraiser on Saturday. See page 3 for more pic-tures.

AlistAir tAylor/the Mirror

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was a colourful event Page 4

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A man released from prison last year on a manslaughter conviction is back in custody, charged with assaulting a police officer and sev-eral more crimes.

Robert Oliver Nelson, 38, is due to have a bail hearing Thursday morning in Campbell River provin-cial court. He is currently facing 10 charges.

Nelson grew up in Campbell River and is well-known to police with 67 criminal convictions, mostly for property offences and violating court orders.

One of his last arrests here was in December 2005 for stealing a jacket. He later received an 18-month jail sentence for the theft and other charges.

At some point Nelson moved to Prince George. On July 14, 2009, Nelson assaulted tattoo artist Darren Lee Paterson, 29, over a debt. Nel-son struck Paterson in the stomach with a collapsable baton and then punched him in the head, knocking the man to the ground.

Paterson was briefly knocked out and later went home, but that after-noon he called for an ambulance. He died that night in hospital from a head injury.

Following a nine-day trial, a jury found Nelson guilty of manslaugh-ter. In November 2011, he was sen-tenced to five years in prison, but received a two-for-one credit for pre-trial custody – a credit that has since been revoked by Parliament.

He served the eight months remaining on the sentence and was released on probation.

On Aug. 20, around 6 p.m., Campbell River RCMP were called to a report of an assault that had occurred near Discovery Pier.

According to police, an officer spotted the suspect vehicle leaving the scene and also recognized the driver, Nelson, who was wanted on a warrant out of Prince George for two counts of fleeing police.

The officer followed him to an apartment parking lot, quietly approached the stopped vehicle and then told Nelson he was under arrest.

Nelson allegedly lunged and struck the officer in an apparent escape attempt.

In the scuffle that followed, Nel-son lost his shirt and shoe as he attempted to flee, but the officer was able to safely subdue and pin him down as others arrived to help.

In addition to the charges out of Prince George, Nelson is

Well-known criminal locked up again

Continued on Pg. 2

KRisten douglasCampbell RiveR miRRoR

The SPCA will delay opening a new animal adoption and education centre in Campbell River after aban-doning plans to locate the facility at the Maritime Heritage Centre.

In late July, the B.C. SPCA announced it had found a suitable location and would set up its animal shelter at the city-owned Maritime Heritage Centre.

One day later, the city said it had never been approached by the SPCA to use its facility and further, the zoning of the site did not allow for the SPCA’s intended use.

On Aug. 13, council did not approve the SPCA’s re-location to the Maritime Heritage Centre which now has prompted the SPCA to start over.

“The BC SPCA is disappointed by the city’s decision not to approve the re-zoning required for the new SPCA education and adoption cen-tre at the Maritime Heritage Cen-tre,” said a BC SPCA news release. “However, the SPCA remains deeply committed to helping animals in Campbell River and looks forward to partnering with the city as we will renew our search for an appropriate

SPCA seeks good home for pet adoption centre

Continued on Pg. 2

Sploosh! A net full of rubber duckies hit the water at Centennial Pool to start the Rotary Duck Dip fundraiser on Saturday. See page 3 for more pic-tures.

AlistAir tAylor/the Mirror

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facing charges of resist-ing arrest, assaulting a police officer, escaping lawful custody, posses-sion of cocaine, pos-session of ammunition contrary to a probation order, and two further counts of breaching pro-bation.

During his sentencing hearing for the man-slaughter conviction in

2011, the judge strongly advised Nelson to seek residential treatment for substance abuse. And according to the Prince George Citizen, Supreme Court Justice James Wil-liams also had this advice for Nelson:

“I really hope things can work out for you because if you find yourself back before the court, there really will be fewer options for you.”

Continued from Pg. 1

space.”The SPCA’s decision to look

elsewhere is a blow to the Mar-itime Heritage Society which lobbied council to agree to have the SPCA as a tenant.

M.J. (Marv) Everett, presi-dent of the Maritime Heritage Society, wrote a letter to coun-cil stressing the importance of finding a long-term renter.

“It is essential to the on-going operation of the MHS and the on-going fulfilment of our operating mandate that we find a secure and reliable ten-ant for the vacant MHC space,” said Everett who claimed coun-

cil has had “continued indiffer-ence and apathy to our numer-ous pleas over the past several years for a fair, non-oppressive contract.”

Everett also said that if a re-zoning was necessary to accommodate the SPCA, the Maritime Heritage Society was prepared to do whatever it took to make the zoning changes happen.

Meanwhile, the BC SPCA said it chose the Maritime Her-itage Centre because it fit the animal society’s needs.

“In our search between March and July, 2013, the Mari-time Centre was the only lease-hold space the SPCA was able

to identify which met our spe-cific requirements,” according to the BC SPCA’s news release. “The re-zoning decision will unfortunately delay the open-ing of our new centre as we seek appropriate leasehold space, but we look forward to our future.

“To assist us in opening as soon as possible, we are hoping that the community will come forward if they are aware of any leasehold space.”

The space must meet the fol-lowing criteria:n 1,600-2,100 square feet at

$7-$15 a square foot.n Water, sewer and natural

gas in the leasehold property

itself.n Zoned for kennelling.n Access to nearby park or

walkway to walk dogs.n Good parking.n Access to public transit.Suggestions have already

been making the rounds on the Campbell River SPCA’s Face-book page.

Possible options floated include the former Lite Shop on 13th Avenue, Campbell River Common, Sunrise Plaza in Willow Point as well as the for-mer Canada Trust building in Merecroft Village, though the former bank site was ruled out as the rent is out of the SPCA’s price range.

Continued from Pg. 1

SPCA: MHC without a tenant

Arrest: Numerous charges laid

One of the newest members of the Tyee Club is helping to support future generations of salmon on the Campbell River.

On Tuesday, MP John Duncan handed over $20,500 to the Campbell River Salmon Foundation on behalf of Fisheries and Oceans Canada.

The money will go to the gravel replacement project on the river, specifically a site favoured by spawning chinook.

“Gravel placement is an important part of rebuild-ing the iconic Campbell River chinook salmon popu-lation,” said foundation chairman Martin Buchanan. “This funding, as well as the funding from the BC Hydro Fish and Wildlife Compensation fund...is greatly appreciated in carrying out the ongoing gravel placement projects.”

Duncan presented the funds on Monday and knows well the value of local chinook salmon. Within a 12-hour span on Aug. 16-17, the longtime politi-cian caught two chinook over 30 pounds – 33 and 30 pounds respectively – which earned him a place in the exclusive Tyee Club.

“Recreational fishing is a popular leisure activity in Campbell River that not only brings family and friends together, but also contributes to our economy by attracting tourists and creating jobs,” said Duncan. “Through partnering with our local groups like the Campbell River Salmon Foundation who work on the ground to conserve fish habitat, the Government of Canada helps promote investments in recreational fisheries habitat restoration in our province, for the benefit of our communities in years to come.”

The money is coming from a $1.9 million fund to support recreational fishing projects throughout B.C.

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Ducks go for a dipThe Rotary Duck Dip went off without a hitch Saturday as the ducks were dumped into Centennial Pool (left and above). A blindfolded Rotary president Darryn Striga scooped out the winning duck (right). Each duck had been purchased and the corresponding number would win its owner one of many great prizes in this fundraiser for Rotary Club projects.

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The Immigrant Welcome Centre of North Vancouver Island held All the World Lives Here, a colourful event at Spirit Square on Saturday that involved numerous cultural groups like the Filipino dancers (above), the Tara School of Irish Dance (above right and centre), the Afri-Arabic drummers and more. Local multicultural set up booths and the festive atmosphere was enjoyed by many residents and visitors.

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Additional traf� c pattern change at Campbell River Hospital

main entranceSite work to prepare for the new $266 million, 95-bed Campbell River Hospital will lead to some traf� c disruption around the existing Campbell River Hospital entrance on 2nd Avenue in the days ahead.

The regular exit from the 2nd Avenue main entrance parking lots will be closed to traf� c from Tuesday, September 3rd to Saturday, September 7th.

During this period, motorists will be required to enter and exit the parking lots from the regular entrance. Traf� c control � ag persons will be on hand to assist.

This work may lead to brief delays entering and exiting the main entrance parking lot. Please take this into account and allow additional time for your hospital visit.

We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause, and we thank you in advance for your cooperation and understanding.

This work is related to construction of a new temporary Ambulance Access Route to the existing hospital Emergency Department entrance. The new temporary Ambulance Access Route is required because construction of the new hospital next year will block the present ambulance route to and from the present Emergency entrance.

Please watch for additional temporary traf� c changes in the weeks to come.

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A man accused of kill-ing his wife is finally getting a lawyer, but it wasn’t easy.

Traigo Andretti, 37, is charged with the first degree murder of his wife Jennifer McPherson, 41.

He’s also charged with committing an indignity

to a human body.The Hanson Island

man was arrested May 6, the same day McPher-son’s remains were found on the island where they worked as resort caretak-ers.

Since then, Andretti has made several brief appearances in Campbell River provincial court, mostly by video from

the jail cells in Victoria where he’s being held.

On Monday though, Andretti appeared in person in court. A judge ordered his personal appearance because Andretti wanted to enter guilty pleas without hav-ing consulted with a law-yer.

Crown prosecutor David Fitzsimmons also

agreed that Andretti should have either legal counsel or someone to advise him before pleas were entered.

Andretti did have a lawyer after his first arrest, but she was removed from the case in June after she advised the court that the lawyer-client relationship had broken down.

Since then, Andretti repeatedly told judges that he doesn’t want a lawyer and at his last court appearance in July, he said he wanted to plead guilty to both charges.

That prompted the per-sonal appearance order. As well, Fitzsimmons told the provincial court

judge the matter would have to go before a B.C. Supreme Court justice.

On Monday morn-ing, Andretti appeared in the prisoner’s box in Campbell River provin-cial court. According to Fitzsimmons, Andretti told the judge he still wanted to plead guilty, so the case was shifted

to the next courtroom where a supreme court judge was sitting.

This time though, Andretti pleaded not guilty and asked for a lawyer.

The judge gave him until his next court appearance, Sept. 16, to consult with legal coun-sel.

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Nearly one year after it was first proposed, city staff are recommend-ing council refrain from legally changing the name of 11th Avenue in recognition of our war veterans.

Instead, it’s being rec-ommended council re-name the street infor-mally. City staff said re-naming the portion of 11th Avenue between Cedar Street and Shop-pers Row to Veteran’s Way would be costly and potentially confusing.

“The formal change requires a number of steps and a cost to both the process and the potential financial sup-port to business affected by this change,” said Drew Hadfield, the city’s

transportation manager, in a report to council. “With keeping the legal name as is, there are no changes required to any business.

“Utility and emergency responders would not see a change and it is com-mon to have local names for areas for which emer-gency responders and the public become familiar with over time.”

The solution? To give the block an honourary name change, which would limit the cost of signage and would avoid having just a small chunk of an existing road being legally known under a different name.

Hadfield’s report was prompted by a recom-mendation from Mayor Walter Jakeway made shortly after last year’s Remembrance Day cer-

emony. Jakeway wanted council to consider changing the name of the portion of 11th Avenue that leads up to the ceno-taph in Spirit Square and which runs alongside the Royal Canadian Legion.

“I think it’s a great way to honour our vets, (re-naming) the street right in front of their building over to the cenotaph – we all meet there Novem-ber 11,” Jakeway said at a council meeting last November. “It would be wonderful if we could designate it to the hon-our of our vets.”

Jakeway noted at the time that the name change would only affect the city’s Community Centre and three local businesses – the Legion, Uptown Willie’s cafe, and Britches and Hose Vin-tage Clothing. Jakeway

said affected businesses could apply to have the city reimburse change of address costs up to $2,500.

Hadfield suggested the city avoid those costs altogether and adopt the honourary name change which would cost the city $500 in additional signs.

“The hnourary name change would have little to no impact on the existing businesses or the community as a whole,” Hadfield said. “This change would include the placement of new street blades signi-fying both names, with the prominence on the honourary name being Veteran’s Way.”

Hadfield’s recommen-dation was up for debate at Tuesday’s council meeting, after the Mirror went to press.

Renaming 11th Avenue would be too costly, city staff report

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Campbell River Library hours: 10am-8pm

Texas Hold’Em: Willows Neighborhood Pub250-923-8311

Open Mic: 6-9p.m. Serious Coffee250-923-1312

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Crib: CR Legion. Reg 6:30pm, Game 7pm. 250-286-6831

Pool & Darts: Eagles Lounge 250-287-4990

Weight Watchers Mtg: Quadra Community Centre, 6-7pm.

TUESDAYSDiscovery Toastmasters12-1:00p.m.Community Centre-Rm 1. Contact Lorraine: 250-286-4273

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Lost Families Found: 10a.m.-3p.m. CR Genealogy Society Library hours. Help avail. Maritime Museum. 250-203-0585

Weight Watchers Mtg: Maritime Heritage Museum. 11:30am & 6:30pm

Al-Anon on Quadra7-8p.m. 972 West RoadQuadra Island Children’s Centre

Jazz at the Point6:30p.m. April Point Resort and Spa, Quadra Island. 250-285-2222

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Acoustic Jam CR Lodge, 7pm. Hosts: Gerald & Maureen.

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Lost Families Found: 1:30-4p.m. CR Genealogy Society Library hours. Help avail. Maritime Museum. 250-203-0585

Therapeutic Relaxation Skills 3:30-5:30p.m. CR Hospice Society, #104 - 301 Dogwood St. 250-286-1121 www.crhospice.org

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Island Voices Choir6:45-9pm. Needing tenors. 250-202-4300

Meaningful Media3:30-8:30pm. Robron Centre. 3rd Monday of the mnth. Movie, discussion and meal. Debbie 250-830-0171 ext.812

Midnight Shuttles, guild of spinners and weavers 7:30-9:30pm.Sybil Andrews House, 2131 S. Island Hwy. 1st Thurs of the month. Edith: 250-923-3889 or [email protected] welcome.

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Al-Anon 12-1pm St. Patrick’s Church, 34 S Alder St. Barb: 250-923-5537 or Judy: 250-923-1653

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Gamblers Anonymous 7-9pm, St.Patrick’s Church, 34 S. Alder St.

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Al-Anon 8:00p.m.7th Day Adventist Church, 300 Thulin St. Barb 250-923-5537 or Judy 250-923-1653

Saratoga Golf Club9 holes $22. Twilight(after3pm)9 holes $15. Open to public. 7 days a week.

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The Campbell River Retired Teachers’ Association’s No Bell Brunch. Tuesday, Sept. 3. 9:30am. Painter’s Lodge. All retired teachers welcome. Contact Penny Milbrandt at 250-287-9418

Fall KickOff- FREE Swim Wed. Sept. 4. 6:30-8pm, Strathcona Gardens pool.. 250-287-9234

Campbell River 8 Ball Association AGM Meeting Wed. Sept. 4.Pier Street Billiards , 201-938 Island Hwy. 7-8pm. Pre Registration and All New Teams & Players (19+) are welcomed. 250-202-1964

Parkinsons Research Fundraiser. Wed. Sept. 4 at Headquarters Hair Studio. 2pm. For the � rst time in 50 years, Gary Suffolk will shave his beard to raise pledges. Come donate and help cheer him on.

Fall Boating Courses Start Wed. Sept. 4. Ripple Rock Power and Sail Squadron has been teaching safe boating in Campbell River for over � fty years. Contact Kevin Kavangh at 250-203-7125 or [email protected]

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The city is moving forward with an organic compost facility to serve the entire region.

The facility would be intended to process biosolids as well as organics generated by households, institutions and businesses across the Comox Strathcona Waste Management service area. Amber Zirnhelt, the city’s sus-tainability manager, said the proposed facility would be run as a pri-vate-public partnership

and would help realize the Comox Strathcona Waste Management Service’s key priority of diverting organics from the landfill.

“All of the major communities within the CSWM (Comox Strathcona Waste Man-agement) service areas have expressed interest in curbside organics collection,” Zirnhelt said. “In order to make this a reality, the region requires a facility to pro-cess organics.”

Council, at its Aug. 13 meeting, voted unanimously to pro-

ceed with issuing a Request for Interest and Qualifications to evalu-ate respondents who are able and willing to invest in developing and operating an organic management facility in Campbell River.

Coun. Andy Adams noted that the vote was an important step for the city.

“I think the signifi-cance of this is we have just passed a motion to look at the possibility of having a regional com-post facility right here in Campbell River that would provide services

to the Comox Valley and the Strathcona Regional District area,” Adams said.

The city is considering building the compost facility on approximately 10 hectares of available land at the Norm Wood Environmental Centre (near Orange Point Road in North Campbell River) at the former bio-solid application site.

Zirnhelt said that development of a regional-scaled com-post facility will pro-vide potential local job opportunities related to organics processing as

well as an opportunity for significant waste diversion. According to a study done by Maura Walker and Associ-ates consulting group, there is an estimated 11,000 tonnes per year of compostable material generated in the Comox Strathcona Waste Man-agement area.

Approximately 35 per cent of residen-tial household waste, or 1,150 tonnes in Campbell River is com-postable organics, and 337 tonnes of biosolids could also be composted each year, Zirnhelt said.

‘Important step’ taken towards compost facility Three busts, two daysPolice seized marijuana plants and other drugs

during three busts in two days last week.On Aug. 22, Campbell River RCMP seized 50

pot plants and some dried marijuana from a home located in the 300 block of Larwood Road.

Another raid took place Saturday on Westgate Road. Officers seized pot plants and are recommending charges against a male resident.

The same day, officers arrested a man well-known to them. He was allegedly found with cocaine, morphine and other evidence of drug trafficking.

He was arrested and later released on a promise to appear in court at a later date. His name was not released.

The week that wasFor the week of Aug. 18-25, RCMP responded to

333 calls for service.Impaired driving continues to remain a priority

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Sustainable Pasturing of Livestock GENI-7939 Tues, Sept 10, 10 am -12 pm $30 Learn how to raise animals optimally and with a conscience and tour Beaver Meadows farm (with some cheese tasting too!).

How to Save Your Own Veggie Seeds GENI-7937 Sun, Sept 15, 10 am-12 pm $30 Learn with Robin Sturley, co-founder of Edible Earth Seeds– and take home some regionally-adapted seeds!

Grow Your Own Sprouts & Edible Grasses GENI-7938 Tues, Oct 1, 6-8 pm $36 Learn how to maximize your nutrition & grow fresh food year-round. Start sprouting & take home your starter supplies!

Building Healthy Soil GENI-7936 Wed, Oct 2, 6-8:30 pm $26 Learn how to harness this powerful resource with a lecture on soil & a demonstration on how to build a productive garden bed.

Making Local Medicinal Honeys GENI-7935 Wed, Oct 16, 6-8:30 pm $58 Prepare traditional herb-infused honey medicines with registered acupuncturist and herbalist Janette Cormier. Supplies incl.

Self-sufficient Gardening for Food GENI-7943 Sat, Oct 26, 1-3 pm $26 Topics include year-round vegetable production from seed to harvest, container culture, natural composting and more!

Pruning for a Healthy Harvest GENI-7942 Sat, Nov 3, 1-3 pm $36 Learn about and practice pruning with Helena Hartwood. Take home your how-to booklet by Hartwood.

Learning about Local Fibers GENI-7934 Sun, Nov 10, 10 am-2 pm $55 Learn about different sources of local fibers at Morrison Creek Farm in Courtenay. Work with alpaca from fleece to fiber & take home what you make.

Farming for Profit & Community GENI-7944 Sat, Nov 16, 1-3 pm $26 Hans will share his depth of knowledge in the business of farming with a focus on direct farm marketing.

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Failed NDP leadership candidate Dana Larsen and his group Sensible BC are set to kick off their campaign

next month to force a referendum on marijuana policy. Much like the ultimately successful Fight HST petition in 2010, Larsen hopes to use the Recall and Initiative Act to force an end to what he sees as archaic and draconian drug laws.

Specifically, Larsen and his group want to prohibit the use of police resources in B.C. to enforce drugs laws aimed at the possession and use of

marijuana.Larsen will need to get more than 10 per cent of

registered voters in each of B.C.’s 85 electoral districts to sign the petition in order to force a province-wide referendum on the issue. He’ll have 90 days to do it, beginning next month.

Larsen is no doubt emboldened by the success of the Fight HST campaign, not to mention the recent move by Washington State to legalize recreational marijuana use there.

And the message is clear: Marijuana prohibition does vastly more harm than good.

It’s a message that is increasingly finding an audience.An Ipsos poll conducted last year found that 66 per

cent of Canadians support the decriminalization of marijuana in small amounts. Twenty-five years ago, that number was just 39 per cent. It’s an encouraging trend.

Marijuana prohibition funds organized crime, wastes tax dollars, wastes police resources, and makes the drug easier for young people to obtain.

Larsen should be commended for going after an issue that most politicians are too afraid to touch. His message is one that deserves to be heard.

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Re: DFO response to illegal harvesting not good enough.  (Mirror Opinion August 23)

The reason local residence are “tattling” as you demeanly say,  is that our beaches are being depleted by poaching.

Your editorial states that there is no reason to doubt claims by local citizens as there are photos that show groups of 25 or so of people constantly digging on the beach, filling five-gallon pails with geoduck clams, when the law allows six clams per person per day. This should be sufficient evidence.

When local residents confront the poachers,  their con-cerns fall on deaf ears as the poachers know that up until now,  they are free to flaunt the laws. The residents report-ing  the infractions are not “tattling” they are reporting an unlawful act.

Our citizens plead with the DFO or the RCMP to do something.  However, what   good is reporting when no action is taken to stop them? In my opinion, the only cure for poaching is to levy heavy fines or jail time when appre-hended.  This is the only language they understand.

Concerned residents are terrified that our living beaches will become wastelands  if this abuse continues unabated;  we will be left with a lifeless coastline.

Georgean Price

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B.C.’s oil spill response woefully inadequateThe B.C. government is worried that it

can’t respond properly to an oil spill on the west coast. Great.

A freedom of information request by Canadian Press obtained briefing notes written by B.C. Environment Minis-try bureaucrats for a meeting in June, according to the Globe and Mail.

Environment Minister Mary Polak’s staff told her to say that the province is concerned that B.C. doesn’t have the capacity to respond to the current oil tanker traffic on the coast, never mind increasing it by 1,000 more tanker trips if the Northern Gateway pipeline is built. A spill on the coast currently would not be dealt with adequately – right now.

The way things work now, if there’s a spill, it’s up to the oil industry to provide

the response. It’s the job of government officials to ensure that the response hap-pens and to monitor it as it goes along. Now if that doesn’t give you chills, then I don’t know what would.

Who would you trust least in responding to an environmental catas-trophe – the oil industry or the federal government? That’s a tough one, I know. Remember, the federal government has proven to be hostile to scientists and other bespectacled geeks in its employ.

The feds’ oil spill response capac-ity was cut back so much that it was reduced to being operated out of – get this – Quebec! The Vancouver opera-tions were closed.

Picture the scene: “We need to con-solidate operations, let’s see...who has

the most coastline? Oh, that’s right B.C.! Let’s not put our response capac-ity there!”

Why do we never get these things right?

So, now it’s taken skulduggery by the media to ferret out B.C.’s admission that we (collectively – both the feds and the province) cannot respond properly to an oil spill on the west coast. It makes me wonder if that’s the reasoning behind Victoria’s seemingly tough talk regard-ing the Northern Gateway pipeline.

You’ll remember that Premier Christy Clark outlined five provisions that have to be met in order to receive British Columbia’s approval for the pipeline across central B.C. which would bring Alberta oil to a tanker port on the B.C.

northwest coast.Perhaps Clark was really pushing

for funding for a better environmen-tal response capacity for the B.C. coast because she knew what we have is woe-fully inadequate. One can only imagine how much a proper response would cost.

And this is just the coast. With a Northern Gateway pipeline we have to be concerned about a spill through some pristine natural environment in the north-central region of our province.

Well, we’ve got our handbasket, let’s pretend we’re Dorothy. The oil industry, Ottawa and Victoria can pretend they’re her counterparts. Who were they again? The Three Stooges...no, that’s not right.

Anyway, we can all hold hands and skip our way down the oil-slick road.

Alistair TaylorOut On A Limb @AlstrT

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The Klahoose First Nation’s re-zoning appli-cation for a marina in Squirrel Cove has been denied by the Strathcona Regional District board.

The project, a 69-berth and 46 single-point mooring marina off Cor-tes Island, was proposed by the Klahoose Resort Limited Partnership ear-lier this year.

On Thursday, the application was up for third reading and was defeated after a 2-2 vote of electoral directors, with directors Jim Abram (Quadra Island) and Noba Anderson (Cor-tes) in favour and direc-tors Brenda Leigh (Area D) and Gerald Whalley (Area A) opposed.

Before the vote at

Thursday’s board meet-ing, Anderson urged her fellow directors to vote in favour of the application.

“In keeping with this Cortes support for the new OCP (Official Com-munity Plan), almost all of the local island input received through this re-zoning process supported the Klahoose applica-tion,” Anderson said. “Although some support came with concern about business competition and project viability, none-the-less Cortes Islanders overwhelmingly sup-ported the application.”

Abram sided with Anderson, saying he wanted to honour the wishes of the Cortes com-munity and added that he hoped other directors would do the same.

However, Whal ley voted against the applica-

tion because he felt the boaters would be the ones most directly affected by the application and at last month’s public hearing, most of them opposed the project.

Director Leigh felt the application was inconsis-tent with Cortes’ Official Community Plan and said she believed the pro-posal was not an appro-priate use of the area.

Directors also gathered the opinions of more than 35 people who spoke at a public hearing July 24 at the Gorge Hall on Cortes. The public hearing itself was controversial because of the regional district’s decision to decline the Klahoose’s invitation to hold the public hearing in the First Nation’s com-munity.

The decision by the board to hold the public

hearing in what some directors dubbed a “neu-tral” setting, the Gorge Hall, angered many Cor-tes Islanders and disap-pointed the Klahoose as well as Anderson, who had pushed the board to change its decision.

But the location was never changed and nearly one hundred people came out to the Gorge Hall to have their say.

Most Cortes Islanders supported the proposal.

Bob Tracy, a 30-year full-time resident of Cor-tes and a yachtsman and a shell fish grower, said the development of moor-ing buoys would be an improvement to the old booming grounds and felt the proposed sewage pump out station would be a good asset to the area.

Yvonne Kipp from

Manson’s Landing on Cortes, said the devel-opment would provide a much-needed investment to the community and a vision for the future.

Cortes’ Sonja Friesen said if the applicant was not from Cortes she would not support the development, but spoke in favour of the project because she wanted to see the Klahoose improve their economic situation.

But not everyone was in favour.

Colin Robertson of Refuge Cove Marina, the nearest community to Squirrel Cove, said he was shocked by the Kla-hoose’s proposal as the community has already lost its shellfish tenure and its boating fleet and the only thing that sus-tains their livelihood is the boating industry,

which would be taken away with the Klahoose building a marina just three kilometres away.

Sheila Boutcher, presi-dent of the Council of BC Yacht Clubs, also spoke against the development on behalf of the 10,000 plus members of the BC Yacht Clubs.

Boutcher said “there are serious doubts about the economics of the current proposal and boaters will not make use of the facili-ties if the proposal pro-ceeds and the wilderness ambiance is lost,” accord-ing to the minutes of the public hearing.

“There are a maximum of 30-70 boats in the Cove during the season, other marinas in the area are not at capacity. Con-gestion caused by the float planes and the fuel dock will be detrimental

to the local economy.”Despite the board’s

decision, Anderson said in a director’s report to her constituents posted on the website cortesis-land.com Tideline, that the Klahoose told the regional district in writ-ing that it would still proceed with its marina development regardless of the board’s decision.

Anderson said in her report that the board’s decision has the potential to have consequences.

“The decision before us was not really one of the marina being developed or not but rather very simply one of supporting the will of a community and a nation or alienating a neighbouring govern-ment,” Anderson wrote. “However deeply unfor-tunate, we collectively chose the latter.”

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Kristen DouglasCAMPBELL RIVER MIRROR

Campbellton residents are raising a stink about the sani-station on 17th Avenue.

Christine O’Connor, who lives directly across from the sani-dump, said the smell is so bad she can’t sit outside her home.

“I still can’t have a barbecue on my porch without the putrid smell of fecal matter rolling through the hot summer air,” O’Connor wrote in a letter to council. “Every Sunday during the sum-mer the traffic is backed up down the street and a constant rolling of RVs and buses continuously dump their refuse right in front of my home.”

O’Connor’s letter to council, dated July 22, is the fifth letter she’s writ-ten to council in six years asking for some help.

“Over the past seven years that we have owned our home, I have been in contact with previous mayors, council members and city waste manage-ment, numerous times about the dump site,” O’Connor wrote. “All of my correspondences have either been ignored or brushed off.”

But this time, with the backing of the Camp-bellton Neighbourhood Association and a peti-tion with more than 100 names requesting the

closure of the sani-dump, O’Connor is finally get-ting a response.

Jennifer Peters, the city’s utilities manager, is recommending council decommission the 17th Avenue sani-station fol-lowing the end of this year’s RV season. Council was expected to consider the recommendation at Tuesday’s council meet-ing after the Mirror went to press.

Peters said the station, which has been in opera-tion since 1979 generally between May and Sep-tember, has prompted concern from city staff and costs $3,000 per year to maintain.

“Over the last few years, staff have received several complaints from area residents regarding the odours and general cleanliness of the site, including sewage spills that are not cleaned up by the users,” Peters said in a report to council. “Staff are also concerned about the use of the site and the disposal of materials that are not permitted in the sewer system. Evidence of commercial and non-RV use and prohibited waste being discharged includes the discov-ery of carpet fibres and other debris on the inlet screen.”

Peters said to meet the needs of RV users, the sani-station should be reasonably clean and functional with water

available for flushing and filling potable water tanks as well as garbage disposal; however, the current level of service at the station does not consistently meet those needs.

The other problem is the site is unsupervised.

“Without staff pres-ence, the sewer inlet is frequently plugged and not able to accept sew-age until maintenance is completed,” Peters said. “Also, the water hoses are frequently damaged or stolen and therefore users are sometimes unable to clean up spills until the hoses are replaced.”

Peters said one solution is to increase the level of service to provide a quicker response time to spills and plugs but that would cost $10,000 per year and would not guar-antee an end to inappro-priate use of the facility. Re-locating the sani-sta-tion would cost $50,000. A better solution, which would also eliminate the foul odours creeping into the nearby residen-tial neighbourhood, is to de-commission the sani-station at a cost of $3,000, Peters said.

RV users could still use sani-stations at Mohawk (South Island High-way), Shell (Quinsam Crossing), the Quinsam Campground off High-way 28, Miracle Beach, Pacific Playgrounds, and Salmon Point Resort.

Foul odours keepingsome residents inside Kristen Douglas

CAMPBELL RIVER MIRROR

Coun. Andy Adams wants city council to send a letter to the pre-mier requesting an end to an emissions reduc-tion program that penal-izes communities that don’t meet carbon neu-trality targets.

Adams was expected to put a motion before council at its Commit-tee of the Whole meet-ing Tuesday endorsing the mayor to send a let-ter to Premier Christy Clark recommending the immediate repeal

of the B.C. Carbon Tax. Adams also wants city staff to draw up motion supporting the repeal of the Carbon Trust to be presented at next year’s Association of Vancou-ver Island and Coastal Communities (AVICC) meeting and the 2014 Union of BC Munici-palities (UBCM) con-vention.

The Carbon Trust was introduced in 2008 alongside the Carbon Tax and unlike the lat-ter, the Carbon Trust has recently been called into question.

“While the Carbon

Tax has been extremely successful, and recently applauded by the naysay-ers across the country, the B.C. Carbon Trust has not,” Adams wrote in a report to council. “The B.C. Carbon Trust has been seen as a puni-tive initiative to the pub-lic sectors that are man-dated to pay for carbon offsets out of existing operating budgets while the private sector are not required to participate and do not contribute at all.”

Adams said that last year public sector insti-tutions, such as local

governments and hospi-tals, paid $18.8 million into the B.C. Carbon Trust.

“The city of Camp-bell River was forced to allocate $40,000 out of the 2013 budget, which equates to a 0.3 per cent increase to residential taxpayers,” Adams said.

The Carbon Trust is part of an effort by the provincial government to be carbon neutral. Under the program, B.C. communities are required to purchase carbon offsets to coun-ter their greenhouse gas emissions.

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MANAGING YOUR MONEY

You can but maybe you shouldn’t

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“Easy” and “simple” decisions don’t always add up to the right fi nancial/estate planning answers. Here are a few “because I can” decisions to consider just a bit more carefully.

I will add an adult child as the joint owner of my investments or property because it will make the distribution of my estate easier. While there are certain situations in which joint ownership of assets can be a sound strategy, you need to look at it from many angles:• Are you willing to give up control of the asset(s)?• If your child separates or divorces, do you want the asset(s) potentially divided between your child and an ex-spouse?• What happens if your child goes bankrupt?• Are you okay with disinheriting the children of your child, if your child dies shortly before you do?• Do you intend that your joint owner should share the asset(s) with other benefi ciaries (including your other children) in your will or has no obligation to share?

If the joint ownership contract between you and your child is not explicitly worded, it could lead to expensive sibling

infi ghting that could eat up the assets.

Why go to the expense of retaining a lawyer when all I need is a Will Kit? For starters, you won’t have access to expert advice about whether your clause selections are appropriate to your situation. A simple “kit” program won’t ask key questions about your family and estate structure, such as:• Is yours is a blended family? If so, you could inadvertently disinherit children from a previous relationship.• Is a benefi ciary disabled? If so, it is usually advantageous to establish a discretionary trust in your will to protect that benefi ciary’s ability to receive social assistance payments. If the benefi ciary is mentally disabled, then a trust will also allow you to choose someone to manage the benefi ciary’s inheritance.• Is the charitable organization you wish to leave your estate to properly registered with the CRA as a charity? If it isn’t, you won’t get a tax credit.

Nor will a “kit” program provide tax advice or assess the different tax liabilities each benefi ciary could face, leading to an inequitable distribution of your estate. In addition, when a lawyer prepares your will, the lawyer has certain

obligations under the law to make a basic assessment of your capacity, which could become important evidence later on, if some family members want to challenge your will.

I will give signifi cant sums of money to family members during my lifetime. Whether the money is “gifted” or “loaned” to your children for whatever reason, without the proper advice and direction, there could be a minefi eld of problems down the road. For example, if the arrangement isn’t properly documented, it could be argued that it was, indeed, a loan or may result in one child receiving a signifi cant gift during your lifetime that unfairly reduces another’s inheritance.

What you should or shouldn’t do in situations like these isn’t always clear. Your legal and professional advisors can bring clarity you need to every aspect of your fi nancial life.

This column, written and published by Investors Group Financial Services Inc. (in Québec – a Financial Services Firm), presents general information only and is not a solicitation to buy or sell any investments. Contact your own advisor for specifi c advice about your circumstances. For more information on this topic please contact your Investors Group Consultant. Insurance products and services are distributed by I.G. Insurance Services Inc. (in Québec – a Financial Services Firm). Insurance licence sponsored by The Great-West Life Assurance Company outside of Québec.

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Answer: Diabetes affects many Canadians each year ~ it can lower your resistance to infection & can slow the healing process.

The most common oral health problems associated with diabetes are tooth decay and periodontal (gum) disease which leads to tooth loss.When diabetes is not controlled properly, high sugar levels in saliva may help bacteria thrive. Plaque that is not removed can eventually harden (calcify) into calculus. When calculus collects above the gumline, it cannot be removed by brushing. This can create conditions that lead to chronic infl ammation and infection in the mouth. Periodontal disease often is linked to the control of diabetes. For example, patients with inadequate blood sugar control appear to develop periodon-tal disease more often and more severely, and they lose more teeth than do people who have good control of their diabetes.Brushing twice a day with fl uoride toothpaste, cleaning once a day between your teeth with fl oss and seeing your dentist regularly for an exam will help you to maintain your overall health.If you have a question you would like answered please email [email protected]

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Mozzarella Cheese600gr

3 $4for

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2 $5

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2 $5for

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2 $42 $7

2 $4for2 $5for

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Paul RudanCampbell RiveR miRRoR

Long-time thief Justin Esau caught a break when he received a conditional sentence to be served at home.

Last November, the

32-year-old received a sentence of two years less a day for break and enter, and possession of stolen property.

On May 21, 2012, his fingerprints were found on the inside and outside of a home on Taylor Way.

When the home owners returned, they found their car gone, along with guns and tools.

Esau gave the car to his girlfriend and had earlier pawned an iMac computer which had been stolen from a local

private college.D u r i n g h i s b a i l

hearing in Campbell River provincial court, Crown prosecutor John Boccabel la outlined Esau’s criminal history which dates back to 2000 and includes convictions

for thefts, frauds, break and enters, possession of stolen property, drug possession, and breaching court orders.

“Mr. Esau’s record is abysmal,” he said, as the judge agreed in denying bail.

D espite h i s long criminal record, Esau received a conditional sentence that included s e vera l condit ions . Among them, were orders to remain under house arrest for the first eight months and to abide by a curfew for the next eight months.

St i l l , under str ict

guide- and time-lines, Esau was allowed to shop for his needs, meet with his probation supervisor and go to medical appointments.

In spite of these a l l o w a n c e s , E s a u managed to breach those conditions twice and on Monday he was in court again to plead guilty to his third breach of the conditional sentence.

Esau’s been in custody since Aug. 16, and C r o w n p r o s e c u t o r Bruce Goddard asked the judge to suspend the conditional sentence and impose 21 more days jail

time on the offender, for the equivalent of a 30-day sentence.

Appearing by video from the jail cells in Victoria, Esau’s lawyer asked for time served, pointing out it was just a minor breach.

But Ju d ge Br i an Saunderson disagreed with both lawyers. He said Esau has shown a “callous disregard” for the orders in his conditional sentence.

The judge suspended the conditional sentence and ordered Esau to spend another 30 days in jail.

The bad news is obvious, it’s raining and it’s still summer.

The good news though is the coast-wide campfire ban has been lifted.

The public is reminded that campfires cannot be larger than a half- metre high by a half-metre wide. Anyone who lights a campfire must have a hand tool (such as a shovel) or at least eight litres of water available to fully extinguish it.

Never leave a campfire unattended and make sure that the ashes are completely cold to the touch before leaving the area.

Category 3 open fires are permitted throughout the

Coastal Fire Centre jurisdictional area. A Category 3 open fire burns material in piles larger than two metres high by three metres wide, windrows or grass over an area larger than 2,000 square metres.

Any person lighting a Category 3 fire must comply with burning regulations and must first obtain a burn registration number by calling 1- 888-797-1717.

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Know anyone making a green difference?

It’s time to celebrate outstanding environ-mental action with the City of Campbell River’s 12th annual Stewardship Awards.

Nominate individu-als, groups, developers, businesses, industry rep-resentatives and youth

for their contributions to the common cause of environmental achieve-ment by Sept. 13, 2013.

This year’s award cat-egories include:n Air Quality / Alter-

native Transportation (is there a green commuter near you?)n Pesticide Free /

Urban Agriculture (who’s gone organic or minimized pesticide use?)n Water / Energy

Conservation (who’s making the most of our precious resources?)n Habitat Protection

/ Creation (rebuilding, restoring and stewarding

community habitat)n Waste Reduction

(who’s a role model when it comes to reduc-ing waste?)n Youth Special Rec-

ognition (keeping the stewardship tradition alive and thriving) n Environmental

Excellence (this cat-egory is for outstanding achievement!)

“We have an impres-sive array of citizens that volunteer their time and energy, from stream stewards to broom busters and more, to improve community spaces,” says Mayor Walter Jakeway. “It’s

important to recognize the people who have a vision, a passion and then make the effort to care for the outdoors.”

“It is a real honor to recognize the efforts of the people who promote the quality of life that makes Campbell River such a spectacular place to live,” adds Coun. Larry Samson, one of the judges for the stew-ardship awards program. “Every year I’m amazed by the extensive variety of the contributions at home, at play or as part of business practices.”

To nominate an awards candidate, download an application form from the “What’s New” section of the City’s website (www.campbellriver.ca). Paper copies are available at City Hall.

For more information on these awards, con-tact the Sustainability Department by phon-ing or emailing Amber Zirnhelt at 250-286-5742 or [email protected].

Awards will be pre-sented during the annual Haig-Brown Festival on World Riv-ers Day (noon to 4 p.m. Sunday, September 29 at 2250 Campbell River Road). The festival is a celebration of envi-ronmental and social causes championed by the Haig-Brown family, including conservation, fly-fishing, arts and literature and social jus-tice. All of these activi-ties will be accompanied by fresh food and live music.

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It’s time for the Museum at Camp-bell River’s Steam Donkey to roar.

In celebration of Labour Day, Mon-day, Sept. 2, from 12 noon to 3 p.m., the museum will fire up its steam donkey in honour of the island’s rich logging history. 

It’s an amazing sight to see this old workhorse of the forest all steamed up.  As part of the festivities, a black-smith’s forge will be on hand for dem-onstration. 

Restored logging trucks will be on display, including a 1932 920 Ken-worth with a 1931 Hayes Anderson 15 ton trailer. 

And the Museum’s amazing Lego collection will be outdoors for the kids (and parents) to play with. Free coffee will be available. 

Inside the Museum be sure to check out the exhibit “Burning Snags and Raining Ashes: The Bloedel Fire of 1938 and its Aftermath.”

Museum to get up a head of steam for Labour Day

Photo courtesy MuseuM at caMPbell river

A steam donkey chugs away on a hillside in this photo from 1939.

Nominate a worthy environmental stewardCelebrate outstanding green contributions

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It’s time to get ready to sing, laugh and learn with Quadra Singers.

The fun begins again Sept. 12 at 6:45 p.m. Meet at the Quadra Commu-nity Centre – and bring your friends and fam-ily members. (Special rates available for family members)

All voices and all levels of singing ability are wel-come. It’s not even neces-sary to know how to read music. The fall session will prepare singers for a December concert cele-brating Canadian winter.

“This celebration in song will reflect sounds and stories from differ-

ent eras and different regions of the country,” says choir director Linda Cannon.

Concert planning is underway, as the island’s community choir pre-pares to offer another crowd-pleaser with guest performers and tradi-tional Christmas favou-

rites. The winter concert is scheduled for Dec. 14 at the Quadra Commu-nity Centre.

Learn more about Quadra Singers on the choir’s Facebook page. Or contact the choir by emai: [email protected]) or telephone (250-285-2393).

Turn up the volume with Quadra Singers

Photo by Don MottersheaD

Quadra Singers are tuning up for a new season by inviting newcomers and returnees to their first meeting Sept. 12.

Dinner Theatre for Kids is back after a six-year break.

Dinner Theatre for Kids is a spin off of Antics Dinner Theatre. Anne Young, originator of Antics Theatre started the company in 2001.

Realizing how much adult audiences enjoyed

the experience, Young thought kids would too.

In addition to food and a beverage, the audience will get the opportunity to be on stage doing improv.

The child must be accompanied by an adult or adults. Once you pur-chase your ticket your

spot is reserved. When the meal is finished the show will begin.

Following the per-formance is ice cream, improv and fun.

This will be a great opportunity for children to try their hand at being on stage.

Wonder fu l fami ly

entertainment and a place where memories will be made, Dinner Theatre will be held Oct. 18 at the Willow Point Hall.

If you would like to be informed when tick-ets will be going on sale email Anne Young at [email protected]

Dinner Theatre for Kids returns

Though most familiar to over 750,000 weekly listeners as the host of “The Debaters” on CBC Radio, it is as an international headline stand-up comedian where Steve Patterson truly shines. 

Struck by the idea of stand-up as a full-time career in 1997, when he lost his job as a copywriter for mak-ing an ad about an amusement park “too amusing,” Patterson has since performed across Canada, as well as Australia, Ireland, Switzerland, the UK, the US and even the United Arab Emir-ates (the crowd spoke English ... Steve’s not a magician).

By 2010, steady accolades for his work garnered him a third invitation to perform on the Just For Laughs prestigious televised gala. Considered to be the highlight of the show by critics and audience alike, Pat-terson’s performance prompted the legendary comedy icon and gala host, Steve Martin, to quip: “If I’d known he was going to be THAT good, I would have cancelled him.”

The comedy industry formally

agreed with Martin, when Patterson was named Canada’s Best Male Stand-Up Comic at the Canadian Comedy Awards.        

In November, Patterson begins the third leg of a national tour with his 90-minute one man show - “This Is Not Debatable!”  The tour includes a stop in Campbell River on Nov. 13 at the Tide-mark Theatre. Call the box office at 250-287-7465 or 800-994-0555 for tickets.

With his hallmark gift for capturing a funny turn of phrase, he gleefully seizes the opportunity to express opinions he doesn’t get to voice as moderator of “The Debaters”...throwing in a couple of original satirical songs to boot.  A full throttle, pedal to the

metal ride!Reserved seating tick-

ets for Steve Patterson - “This Is Not Debatable!” are $42 (tax and facility

fees included, handling charges may apply), and are available from the box office. Showtime is 7:30 p.m. For more info, pics and comedy clips, visit www.shantero.com or www.stevepat-terson.ca.

There’s no debate, Steve Patterson’s a pretty funny guy

Comedian Steve Pat-terson will bring his brand of comedy to the Tidemark Theatre Nov. 13.

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Hot Harmony BluegrassTHE SWEET LOWDOWN

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Weir, Patrick passed away unexpectedly surrounded by his family on Friday August 23, 2013 at the age of 48.

Pat is predeceased by his nephew Dylan Fortais. He is survived by his loving wife Debbie; his sister Janice (Dave); niece Carley; parents Bob and Dianna; Aunt and godmother Jill(Phil) Taylor; cousins Sherra and Dan; godparent Gordon DeRosa; as well as a large extended family.Patrick was born in Trail, spent ten years in Prince George before moving to Campbell River in 1977 and stayed ever since. He worked at the former Elk Falls Mill before becoming a Journeyman Electrician for Alterra Power in Toba Inlet on the coast, where he enjoyed the scenery and the wildlife. Pat was also an accomplished musician, playing both the drums and guitar. He often played for his own pleasure but also played in bands including the Legion Pipe Band, and he was a drumming instructor. An outdoorsman, Pat could often be seen riding his motorcycle or walking along the seawalk. He enjoyed cooking as well, and was very good at it. Pat was proud of his home, and he was both a meticulous and conscientious worker.A Celebration of Life will be held for Pat on at 11:00am ~ Friday, August 30, 2013, at the Tyee Chapel, Sutton’s Campbell River Funeral Home, 502 S Dogwood St., Campbell River, with Wes Roed officiating.

PatrickWeir

August 23, 2013

Horst StotzerApril 16, 1930 – August 19, 2013

Horst Stotzer was born in Jena, Germany in 1930. Dad apprenticed as a carriage maker, and after the hardships of war, looking for the outdoor life and opportunities abroad, Dad chose to come to Canada in 1952. While living in Toronto for the fi rst two years, he met his wife, Dora. Travels took the two of them west to Alaska, then down to Vancouver Island where he felt he was in “God’s Country”.After a short stay in Forbes Landing and the next two years in Campbell River, Horst and Dora decided to settle at Miracle Beach where he would spend the rest of his life. Dad had a great love for the outdoors, from hunting crocodiles in Australia to “food fi shing” with his native friends out of Alert Bay, to spending time with locals in Rankin Inlet. He enjoyed all walks of life and encouraged people to live life to the fullest. Dad will be sadly missed. He is survived by wife, Dora, daughter Karin (Gavin), son, Rolf (Veronica), grandson, Blake and daughter Monica.A special thank you to the staff at Comox Valley Senior’s Village for all of their care giving, kindness and warmth. A tea will be held at #5742, Island Hwy North (across from Island Truss) on Saturday, August 31, 2013 from 1:00pm- 4:00pm.

Nairn Elizabeth CallewaertJuly 11, 1936-August 23, 2013

Born July 11, 1936 Duncan BC -Passed away August 23, 2013 Cumberland BCPredeceased by her two babies, (daughter in 1958 and daughter Patricia Ann 1960), her parents Robina and Therin Truesdale, brother Lewis and nephew Malcolm Truesdale.Survived by her son Mike Callewaert (Pat) Duncan, BC, daughter Jo-Ann Ronda (Jack) Clearwater, BC, daughter Maureen Ritter (Rob) Black Creek, BC, grandchildren; Cecilia Schoenfelder (Ben), Mark Plecas, Mary Ritter, Marcie Callewaert, Eric Callewaert and great grandson Trace Schoenfelder. Also survived by sisters, Margaret Filion, Doreen Wilkinson (Hank) and Glenys Lister, sister-in-law Pauline Truesdale, along with numerous nieces and nephews.Nairn was a daughter of Pioneers in the Cowichan Valley where she resided for most of her life before relocating to Nanaimo, Gold River and Campbell River. Let us all remember the good times, the hunting/camping trips, the amazing apple and lemon meringue pies, short bread cookies as well as those chocolate cakes! Nairn lived for her family and four legged friends. A special thank you to the amazing staff at Cumberland Lodge as well at Yucalta Lodge. Private family arrangements. If desired donations can be made to Coastal Missions, PO Box 77 Chemainus, BC, V0R 1K0 or to the Cumberland Lodge, PO Box 400, Cumberland, BC, V0R 1S0 earmarked Palliative Care Room Fund.

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Carraro, Giovanna passed away peacefully at New Horizons on Thursday, August 22, 2013 at the age of 89. According to Giovanna’s

wishes, a service will be held in Vancouver in the near future where she will be laid to rest with her late husband Francesco.Sutton’s Campbell River Funeral Home entrusted with arrangements. (250)287-4812.

Giovanna Carraro

August 22, 2013

Sutton’s Campbell River Funeral Home

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The family of Moyra Kirkland (nee Manning) is sad to announce her passing. Moyra was predeceased by her husband and love of her life, Stanley William (1995). She is survived by her children: Sue (Martin), Jim, Pat, Rob (Beth). She also leaves behind seven grandchildren, nine great- grandchildren and numerous nieces and nephews.

Moyra was one of the few babies born in Anyox, B.C. as was her husband Stan. She was a member of the Native Daughters organization.A special thanks to the staff at Dovehill House and Dr. Manhas (Chemainus, B.C.).

No service by request.

KIRKLAND, Moyra Louise January 20, 1923 - August 20, 2013

Richter (nee Reddy) Laura Kristen

Laura Kristen Richterw (nee Reddy) was born October 19th, 1982 and went home to be with her Lord and Savoir on August 20th, 2013. Born in Naniamo, grew up in Port Coquitlam and started a family at Blind Channel. Through a valiant battle with cancer, Laura’s journey touched the hearts of many people and they in turn blessed her and the family with much generosity and kindness. Laura is survived by her loving husband Eliot Richter, and children, Jonah and Charlotte. Her parents, Dave and Kathy Hawthorne, Blaise Reddy, and sisters, Jessica Reddy and Andrea Quinn.

A Memorial Service celebrating Laura’s life will be held at -Campbell River Baptist Church 260 South Dogwood Street Campbell River, BCon Saturday, September 7th at 1:00pm

In lieu of fl owers, the family requests donations can be made in Laura’s memory to the BC Cancer Foundation.

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Richter (nee Reddy) Laura Kristen

Laura Kristen Richter (nee Reddy) was born October 19th, 1982 and went home to be with her Lord and Savoir on August 20th, 2013. Born in Naniamo, grew up in Port Coquitlam and started a family at Blind Channel. Through a valiant battle with cancer, Laura’s journey touched the hearts of many people and they in turn blessed her and the family with much generosity and kindness. Laura is survived by her loving husband Eliot Richter, and children, Jonah and Charlotte. Her parents, Dave and Kathy Hawthorne, Blaise Reddy, and sisters, Jessica Reddy and Andrea Quinn.

A Memorial Service celebrating Laura’s life will be held at -Campbell River Baptist Church 260 South Dogwood Street Campbell River, BCon Saturday, September 7th at 1:00pm

In lieu of � owers, the family requests donations can be made in Laura’s memory to the BC Cancer Foundation.

Carraro, Giovanna passed away peacefully at New Horizons on Thursday, August 22, 2013 at the age of 89. According to Giovanna’s wishes,

a service will be held in Vancouver in the near future where she will be laid to rest with her late husband Francesco.Sutton’s Campbell River Funeral Home entrusted with arrangements.

Giovanna Carraro

August 22, 2013

Sutton’s Campbell River Funeral Home

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BUSY PHARMACY requires an experienced blister packing technician. Must have a mini-mum of 1 year experience with Kroll computer and some blis-ter packing. 3 to 4 days per week with some Saturdays. Please submit resume to She-ryl at CR Health and Drug, Merecroft Village. No phone calls please.

FIELD CLERK Needed for out of town work site (21/7 sched-ule). Mature, fl exible and posi-tive communicator, under-standing of importance of safety culture. Reporting to on-site foreman and Edmonton HO. Transportation to and from work site provided. Po-tential to grow with company; [email protected] Fax 780-488-3002.

Western Equipment Ltd. We are currently looking for a small motor mechanic in our fast growing Terrace location. We are a large dealer of Stihl products and handle Toro and Briggs and Stratton as well. We offer a competitive wage and benefi t programs. You must have experience and be very customer service orientat-ed. Some training will be pro-vided through Stihl Canada courses. Not all applicants will be contacted. Send resumes via email or fax. 250 [email protected]

SHOME TAY FAMILIES

Japanese Cultural Exchange

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VOLUNTEERS

Volunteer Requests for August 23, 2013

Campbell River Food Bank: A volunteer with carpentry skills is urgently needed to help remove and re-install correctly siding on the Food Bank building.

Yucalta Lodge Auxiliary: Rewarding experience for a numbers oriented person! A treasurer is needed to complete monthly balance sheets and general bookkeeping.

Campbell River Hospital: Gift Shop volunteers are needed to help record sales, restock shelves and operate the gift shop, which contributes to raising funds for the hospital through sales.

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PETS

PETS

30” AQUARIUM, fi sh & equip. $35. 1 pair. Zebra Finches & cage. $40. 9 canaries & cag-es. Moving. Must sell. 250-914-4672

MERCHANDISE FOR SALE

FURNITURE

LIVINGROOM FURNITURE. Blue sectional w/ corner shelf inbetween & ottoman. $525. 2 recliners. Blue. $175. Very good cond. 250-923-3898

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MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE

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MOVING SALE. Loveseat - blue, good condition. Twin size spring/mattress/frame - good condition. Please phone after 5 PM - 250-334-9607

STANLEY WOOD cook stove, new gear with brick lined fi rebox. Excellent condition. $1500. 250-336-2364 or 250-650-3577

STEEL BUILDING sizzling summer savings event! 20x22 $4,188. 25x24 $4,598. 30x36 $6,876. 32x44 $8,700. 40x52 $12,990. 47x70 $17,100. One end wall included. Pioneer Steel 1-800-668-5422.www.pioneersteel.ca

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VCR/DVD PLAYER. Dual cas-sette tape recorder and player. Assorted VCR movies, assort-ed cassette tapes. Assorted Rookie baseball cards. Call for details (250)339-4038 or email: [email protected]

WEDDING DECORATIONS. Retired decorator liquidating stock. Complete wedding package includes neutral col-ours of white/cream w/green-ery, 1 large fully decorated arch with tulle, fl owers, ivy and lights, 2 tall standard formal bouquets, head table swag to match archway, round guest table bouquets, glass tealight holders, vases, decorator fab-ric, tall silk trees with lights, much more. $1000/all, may split. 250-286-1453.

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2-BEDROOM CONDO ground fl oor in desirable Saanichton. Open concept, electric fi re-place, custom kitchen. Carpets & laminate. Ensuite laundry, small pet ok. Low strata fee. Great starter, $235,000. By appointment 1-250-652-1218

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TSOLUM AREA Store w/2 bdrm 1 bath, living area at-tached. 1/4 acre yard - garden area, newly renovated. $265,000. 250-703-2195.

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FOR SALE BY OWNER

1200 square foot 3 bedroom home on large fenced lot with gate in in-dustrial zone. Asking price $189,900.00 For more information call 250-914-3352

7175 HIGHLAND Dr. Port Hardy. 2520 sq ft 4bdr home. 2 landscaped lots joined. 2dr garage. Walkout base-ment/suite. 250-949-8922 or www.island.net/~fi shnet. Ask-ing $336,000.

875 Lanqvist - Hyde CreekRancher on 2 acres, 3bdrm, 3 bath, hot tub, 40x30 shop wired & plumbed, full RV hookup, fenced back yard. Priced to sell at $375,000. Call 250-230-7340.

BEAUTIFULLY RENOVATED duplex in Courtenay, quiet cul-de-sac. 3-bdrm + den, 2.5 baths, bright, spacious kitch-en, 5 appl’s, garage, private large fenced backyard with shed. Roof 2009. Close to NIC. Details & pics on Craig-slist. $229,500. Call (250)338-8208 or cell (250)792-0024.

CAMPBELL RIVER: Avail. Sept. 15 - Oct. 1. Lovely pri-vate custom home, 3 beds, 2 baths. 7 yrs. old. 2500 sq. ft. full front french doors and win-dows facing south. Heat pump/air-exchanger/air-condi-tioner. Huge front garden, room for 2 extra driveways. Concrete deck back garden approx 60 ft x 16 ft. deep. Old growth fi r stairs, 2 beds up and huge walk in custom shower. Also antique furniture & car-penters’ tools for sale. 916 Heritage Meadow Drive. Visit Kijiji for more pics. Price $442,000. 250-286-3602.

COMOX: 3 bed 2 bath $275,000. Must See attractive well maintained home. Great location near Parks & Schools, 645 Torrence Rd. Large lot pri-vate fenced back yard. Garage & large drive for RV or boat. Studio with separate entrance. Incl 6 appliances. No agents. To view call 250-339-1117.

OFFICE EQUIPMENT

REAL ESTATE

FOR SALE BY OWNER

FRENCH CREEK CHARMER 3 bdrm/2 ba on .23 acre. Many updates. Warm, welcoming & move in ready. $335,000. By appt. [email protected]. 250-752-4741. Details:bcislandhomes.com/1339-gilley-crescent-parksville.

PORT HARDYWell maintained 6-plex

Great investment$385,000

Call Noreen [email protected]

OFFICE EQUIPMENT

REAL ESTATE

HOUSES FOR SALE

2896 APPLE DR. Located in the heart of Willow Point, this 1478 sqft rancher offers 4bdrms, 2bths, newer kitchen, roof & fl ooring. Private fncd yard, RV parking. $259,000. [email protected] 250-923-6503. Kim or Nick.

MOBILE HOMES & PARKS

1992 MODULAR home/$92,000. 3 bdrm, 2 full baths, 1600sq ft, livingroom, recroom w/wood stove, open concept, wood shed, lrg kitch-en recently reno’d w/ laminate, linoleum, new paint and blinds, lrg deck, skylights, 5 appls, lrg pad rental on dead end St. not in a mobile park, well kept. Quiet area. Call Mary at 250-203-3840 or 250-914-2222.FACTORY DIRECT Whole-sale CSA certifi ed modular homes, manufactured/mobile homes and park model homes. We ship throughout Western Canada. Visit us on-line at www.hbmodular.com or 1-877-976-3737.

RENTALS

APARTMENT/CONDO

1 & 2 Bdrms available at the Cedarbrook Apts. Heat & hot water included. Adult oriented. Indoor cat welcome. On-site laundry. Refs Req. Call 250-914-0105 to view. www.meicorproperties.com2 BDRM Avail. immediately Orchard Park Apts. Secure building. Oversized suites. Large, quiet, private yard. New carpet, Indoor cat welcome. On-site laundry. References r e q u i r e d . 2 5 0 - 2 0 2 - 2 1 8 7 . www.meicorproperty.com2 BDRMS- Large townhouse style apts, close to hospital, 3 schools, on site W/D. Small pets ok. $750. 250-202-0656.CAMPBELL RIVER- 2 bdrms, close to town. Quiet, secure, adult oriented, 820 Alder Street. $650. Avail Sept 1. Call 250-830-4056.

CAMPBELL RIVER Ocean view condo.

Spacious, well maintained Building, 2 Bdrms, in-suite washer & dryer, very quiet building, non-smoking, min-utes from downtown Campbell River. $825./mo. Avail now Contact Steve 1-604-943-4134 for more info or to view.

CORTES VIEW TERRACE1 & 2 bdrm condos located in secured entrance building w/elevator, & in excellent proximity to Hospital, recrea-tion, & downtown core. Each features 4 appl, laun-dry/storage room, master bdrm w/walk in closet & patios. N/S. Small pet may be considered w/deposit. Rent from $625/month. Sept 1 & Oct 1 possession.

Advanced Property Management Inc.

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ROTARY BEACH- 2 bdrms, lrg, bright, 3 appls, bachelor studio, hydro incld. Rea-sonable rent. 250-286 1175.Turnkey Ocnfrt. 1 Bd. Avail. immed. N/S,N/P. $1,100-1,250 /mnth. Randy 250-830-4222

BUSINESSES FOR SALE

RENTALS

APARTMENT/CONDO

SPACIOUS and clean 2 bedgr. fl oor condo avail. now.Walk to town. Quiet, friendlybuilding. $825. 250-850-1580

Under New ManagementBA, 1 & 2 BR

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Call 250-204-3342.

DUPLEXES/4PLEXES

2 BDRM. 1 bth. 5 appl. CleanFantastic view. Downtown. NoPets. Ref’s requ’d. $775/mnth.250-286-6672

2 BDRM near all amen. $725 Cedar at 4th Avail now. [email protected]

CAMPBELL RIVER: 2bdrmapt in centrally located 4-plex.Freshly painted. No Pets. N/S.Refs $700+util. 250-830-4686.

Campbell River. Oceanfront 2bdrm in 4-plex. AvailableSept. 1. Near Ocean GroveStore. On bus route. N/S N/P.Refs. Adult oriented $800.250-287-8032

CENTENIAL PARK: Fully fur-nished 1 bdrm duplex, reno’d,W/D, deck, good ocean views,$600. Call (250)830-4468.

SMALL 1-BDRM cabin, walk to Canyon View Trail. Close todowntown & bus. $650./mo.Quiet, NS/NP. (250)204-1346.

VIEW. 4BDRM, 3bth, rec room, patio, large fenced yrd.Very clean. No pets. Ref’s re-quired. $1100. 250-286-6672

MODULAR HOMES

CLEAN 2 BDRM. 2bth. 4 appl.Large lot. North end of CR.NP. NS. $800. Utils. extra.Avail Sept. 1. 250-923-6136

HOMES FOR RENT

3-BDRM, 1 bath, 2 storey. Freshly painted interior, newW/D & range. Fenced yard,close to town with ocean view.NP/NS. Ref’s req’d. Avail now.$1400. (778)418-4894 lv msg.

3 BDRM with ocean view. Onbus route, close to CentennialPool. Available September 1.250-287-3556

CAMPBELL RIVER: oceanview, 120 S. Thulin, 3 bdrm, 2bath, sundeck, yard, availimmed, refs req, N/P, $1200Call (250)202-0010.

CAMPBELL RIVER- sm 2 bdrm home on 1/2 acre treedlot, fenced back yrd, storageshed, 5 appls, gas forced airfurance. Minimum 1 yr lease.$850. (250)923-4594.

C.R. OCEANFRONT fully furn.3-Bdrm, 2 bath home - “short term” - $1800. obo. Avail Oct 1/13. Drive by: 1047 S. IslandHwy. Call 1-604-892-5134 [email protected]

YORK AREA: (Campbell Riv-er), 3 bdrm, 2 bath, no stepsRancher, large 24’ x 24’ shopw/ loft. Very clean home. Lot’sof prkg, ref’s req’d, N/P, N/S,$1400, avail Sept. 1st. Call250-337-8669.

SHARED ACCOMMODATION

$450. Includes hydro/phone/ cable/internet. Very close tocollege & bus. 250-202-2040.

BUSINESSES FOR SALE

BUSINESS/LIFESTYLE OPPORTUNITYRemote west coast community of Zeballos. Salt and freshwater sports fishing capitol of the future. Numerous outdoor activities. The wild west coast at its best. Marine fuel dock and moorage, road fuel, small tackle store and general supplies.Owner needs to retire for health reasons. A seasoned established business. Good lifestyle, provides a good living. Lots of potential for expansion. Ideal Mom and Pop business.Serious purchases with a minimum down payment of fifty thousand can inquire at [email protected]. Bank financing is preapproved supported by vendor financing on the price of 350K.

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27. 40th state 28. Expects 31. In an ageless way 33. A person in religious orders 34. Pa’s partner 35. Two considered as a unit 36. NE 68770 39. Duple time dance 40. Greek myth’s 1st woman 42. Word element meaning right 43. Point that is one point E of SE 44. Common teen skin disease 46. 4th Caliph of Islam 47. Oblong cream puff 49. Phoned 50. Very low frequency 51. Guild Wars creatures 52. Cozy

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denomination 17. Mad Men’s Draper 18. Spanish artist Salvador 19. S.F. murdered mayor 20. Baby talk fathers 22. Religious discourse 24. Poet Dickinson 25. Emblem stamps 26. Competes

27. 40th state 28. Expects 31. In an ageless way 33. A person in religious orders 34. Pa’s partner 35. Two considered as a unit 36. NE 68770 39. Duple time dance 40. Greek myth’s 1st woman 42. Word element meaning right 43. Point that is one point E of SE 44. Common teen skin disease 46. 4th Caliph of Islam 47. Oblong cream puff 49. Phoned 50. Very low frequency 51. Guild Wars creatures 52. Cozy

53. Hooray! 54. Work units 55. Soft-finned fishes DOWN 1. Foray 2 Killer whales 3. Television systems 4. Marvel at 5. Connected spirals 6. Moroccan outer garment 7. Play a role 8. ____ Daniel Webster 9. Golf attendants 10. Large school of fish 11. Tanacetum vulgare 13. Lower jaw fronts 16. Burn without a flame

21. Cordiality 23. PBS drama theater 28. Mandela’s party 29. 42nd state 30. One who distributes alms 31. 20th C. playwright T.S. 32. Smallest state 33. Turn into lime 35. Spanish seafood dish 36. Language synonym Bura 37. Large-grained or rough to the touch 38. Understood by only a few 39. Thickened meat juices 40. Anjou and bartlett 41. Declare invalid 43. Molten metals surface scum 45. Bird reproductive bodies 48. Chronicles (abbr.)

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garment7. Play a role8. ____ Daniel Webster9. Golf attendants10. Large school of fish11. Tanacetum vulgare13. Lower jaw fronts16. Burn without a

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North Island College (NIC) will continue

to grow its healthcare and trades programs, international education, pathways to other post-secondary institutions and physical space for students.

The college’s new pres-ident John Bowman just started his new position a few weeks ago, and he says his main aim is to build on the college’s successes.

“North Island College is a very successful insti-tution and an institution that’s of great impor-tance to the region, to all of our communities,” says Bowman, point-ing out the college has already made progress in many areas. 

“So, really my vision is to continue to sup-port and encourage the success the college has been having over the last number of years, and there’s certainly new opportunities that are going to present that we’re going to pursue.”

Bowman was presi-dent and CEO of of the College of New Cale-donia, which also has a selection of regional campuses, for seven years before he came to NIC to replace retir-ing president Dr. Jan Lindsay.

He’s worked in the post-secondary system for 22 years.

Bowman notes the two new hospital projects, in the Comox Valley and in Campbell River, are a driver for the college to increase its health sci-

ences programming, “so that’s going to be a big priority.”

Trades programs will also continue to expand in the coming years, he adds, noting the much-discussed skilled trades worker shortage.

NIC’s international education program is another area he plans to expand in the future.

“We’re excited about the potential for inter-national, both to bring students here, as well as to send our students overseas to gain inter-national experience and learn about the world at large,” says Bowman, noting the program is relatively small, but it’s growing, and it’s finan-cially self supporting.

Bowman will also continue to build on agreements with other institutions established by Lindsay, such as the University of Victoria Dual Admission and Guaranteed Admission programs.

Government funding is an ongoing challenge, says Bowman.

“I think the biggest challenge we face is that the needs are far greater than the resources we currently have or that, frankly, we can realisti-cally expect to secure in the short term,” says Bowman. “So, we’re under pressure from communities to do more and under the current fiscal environment our real capacity is shrink-ing so that puts pressure on us to be innovative and to find new ways to be more efficient and more effective — and we’re doing that.”

Securing special fund-ing through contracts with other organiza-tions and other sources is something Bowman plans to continue to focus on.

Though tuition rates have risen each year for a number of years, Bow-man points out NIC’s tuition rates are still low compared to other insti-tutions.

“No one wants to see tuition rates increase,” he says. “The thing that people need to know is that a collage education in particular, and college tuition rates, it’s the best value anywhere in terms of the benefit.”

Bowman notes another challenge for the college is a lack of space, especially at the Comox Valley campus.

“Here, we are basically bursting at the seams. We don’t have enough space, and we’re utilizing portable classrooms,” explains Bowman.

“One of our major capital priorities is to

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ing and learning centre building here on the Comox Valley campus is

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The Strathcona Regional District is Celebrati ng the Completi on of the Rod Brind’Amour Arena Upgrades!

Ribbon Cutting and BBQFriday, August 30th, 2013Locati on: Arena LobbyTime: 12 noon

FREE Public Skating & Skate RentalsSaturday, August 31st, 2013Locati on: Arena 2 & Leisure IceTime: 7-9 pm

Please Join Us!

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StaycationYou don’t have to travel far to Take Us With You, as six-year-old Mayce Squires enjoys the Mirror on the beach in Campbell River.

Top of the worldIngrid and Grant took the Mirror to the top of the  highest building in the world РBurj Khalifa in Dubai to celebrate the New Year.

Grinding it outJohn W Neill made it to the summit of Vancouver’s Grouse Grind and brought the Mirror along for the trek. Neill completed the Grind in one hour, 10 minutes.

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The 10th annual Women for Women Trail Mix Challenge and Kid’s Run will take place on Satur-day, Sept. 7 at the Carihi Secondary School field.

Since inception, the Campbell River event has raised $20,000 in bursaries to support single mothers enrolling or continuing their education at North Island College.

Event organizer and founder Shelagh Germyn is excited to join forces with the Campbell River Women’s Centre and New Dawn House, both of which help improve the lives of women in need. “I felt it was important to involve other women’s groups in this initiative,” says Germyn. “We should all be working together and supporting each other towards a common goal.”

In celebration of the event’s 10th anniversary, Germyn will team up with ultra-marathon runner and Campbell River resident Bob Wall in a 100 mile pre-run from Nanaimo to Campbell River. The pair will begin their run on Friday, Sept. 6 at 7 a.m. at the Nanaimo Women’s Centre and finish at the Women for Women starting line in time to kick off the morning race.

Their goal is to raise awareness and pledges in support of the North Island College Foundation, the Campbell River Women’s Centre and New Dawn House.

Registration in the Trail Mix Challenge is $35 per person and $25 for students. Race partici-pants may choose the five or 10 km trail. Children may also participate in a short ‘fun run.’ Regis-tration forms are available at the Campbell River Sportsplex, Strathcona Gardens Recreation Com-plex, Shorerunners or on Facebook.

For more information about the Women for Women Trail Mix Challenge, contact Shelagh Germyn at 250-923-1788 or visit the event page on Facebook at Women-For-Women-5k10k-Trail-Mix-Challenge-and-Kids-Run.

Women for Women Trail Mix Challenge funds education for Campbell River moms

Building on the popularity of last September’s beginner run clinic, the River Runners Running club and the City of Campbell River’s Recreation and Culture Department will once again offer a beginner run clinic to train participants to run the Miracle Beach 5K or 10K event in October.

Last year’s clinic hosted twice the expected number of partici-pants, with 40 people signing

up. A participant in the 2012 clinic said: “I reluctantly took your Learn to Run clinic last fall at the insistence of a friend. I ached in my joints and the idea of running overwhelmed me. However, the instructors and other participants were so positive and encouraging. In the past year, I ran the Miracle Beach 5K the TC 10K and the Victoria Goddess 10K.”

Interested? Mark your cal-

endars to be at the Sportsplex from 9 to 10:30 a.m. Saturdays, from Sept. 7 until Oct. 12.

Each week the participants will head out in groups based on running speed and abil-ity, and the clinic includes informative talks and presenta-tions on clothing, stretching and nutrition. There is always plenty of good conversation and great support.

Participants should be able

to run for 20 minutes continu-ously before registering for this clinic.

The cost is $20, and registra-tion starts on August 23.

You can register in person at the Sportsplex or Community Centre or by phoning 250-923-7911.

For more information, con-tact the River Runners at c[email protected] or call the Sportsplex at 250-923-7911.

Clinic will get you running in the Miracle Beach 5/10 K

Participants in a recent Miracle Beach 5 and 10 K run set off from the Nature House at the popular provincial park.

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4th Annual Show ‘n Shine ~ Saturday, August 31stHosted by Tyee Chevrolet, Buick, GMC. Vehicle entry is by donation. Event runs from 9am-2pm and includes BBQ, drinks and DJ music.

Text to Donate ~ Now through November 6thMake a $10 donation to support your rider of choice in their fundraising efforts. Go to http://www.tourderock.ca/the-team/ to fi nd your rider’s individual code.Enter your rider’s code and text to 20222 to donate.

To fi nd out more, contact: North Vancouver Island Community Giving Co-ordinator, Patti Mertz. Cell: 250.218.7158 ~Email: [email protected] us on Facebook: Facebook.com/CopsforCancerBC OR follow us on Twitter: @Tourderock and mention #CopsforCancerBC

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