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    Dogwood initiative says more than 48,000 took out membership in 48 hoursKevin LairdNews staff

    The federal governments deci-sion to let Enbridge build its Northern Gateway pipeline has put some serious wind in the

    sails of a Victoria-based group fighting to stop the project.

    In the 48 hours after the June 17 announcement, the Dogwood Initiative, which says its B.C.s largest non-partisan democracy group, picked up 48,000 new sup-porters, bringing the size of the network to more than 200,000 people the greatest growth spurt in the history of the orga-nization, said Kai Nagata, Dog-woods energy and democracy director.

    More than 1,600 additional peo-ple have also volunteered to orga-

    nize in B.C. communities.People are passionate about

    the issue, but there is only so much they can do. This gives them a voice, Nagata said.

    Ottawas approval of the proj-ect, based on 209 conditions, will run from Bruderheim, Alta., just north of Edmonton, to Kitimat, B.C.

    Nagata said the surge in mem-bership will help with Dogwoods organizing efforts throughout the province.

    The Dogwood Initiative has several teams working in orga-

    nizing a citizens initiative. The group hopes to have support in the provinces 74 ridings.

    And while no formal plan is in the works for an initiative, Nagata said Dogwood wants to be pre-pared if such politicial action is needed. It hopes to achieve a 15 per cent threshold in each riding.

    Along with the 209 conditions laid down by the federal govern-ment, Premier Christy Clark has insisted on five further conditions before getting B.C.s approval.

    The biggest thing is B.C. deserves a say on what happens

    in this province, Nagata said.To keep the heat turned up in

    the anti-pipeline battle, the Dog-wood Initiative will likely lobby politicians in the upcoming local and federal election.

    We caught a wave last month, but we were only able to do that because of years of steady, disci-plined work.

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    A 42-year-old man was saved by Victoria Fire Rescue last Friday after an equipment malfunction left him stranded off Clover Point.

    The man, who described himself as an experienced kite baorder was left 500 metres from shore when the lines from his kite tangled around his ankle.

    Responding to a 911 call, VFD spent nearly 15 minutes untangling the line.

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    The memorial honours the memory of soldiers and civilians who gave their lives in Afghanistan.

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    The plaques were formally part of the Kandahar Airfield cenotaph, which was dismantled and repatriated in Canada. The cenotaph was a memorial structure for Canadian soldiers to commemorate their collegaues who died while deployed in Afghanistan.

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    Leading Seamman Josee Pilon, from Asbestos, Que., and Master Cpl. William Goulet, from Saanich, look over part of a travelling national memorial commemoratiing Canadas mission in Afghanistan currently on display inside the B.C. legislature building until July 26. The pair were there to answer questions about the memorial.

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    A celebration of fine art

    A George Rockwell moment: art enthusiasts show their creative side at the TD mural at the TD Art Gallery Paint-In on Saturday.

    More than 35,000 take in TD Art Gallery Paint-InDrew McLachlanNews staff

    The 27th annual TD Art Gallery Paint-In on Saturday was another success, and co-ordinator Mary-

    ellen Threadkell said that she has the collective conscious of the artists and art lovers to thank.

    Everybody was hoping for a great day, and thats what we got, Threadkell said. We didnt even see a drop of rain on Moss Street.

    The Paint-In drew in a crowd of 35,000, comparable to last years event, as well as more than 200 volunteers and just under 200 artists. Threadkell described the

    mood as electric, in a peaceful kind of way.

    The Paint-In organizers also launched a private Facebook group this year for artists to share tips and advice with each other, and Threadkell said that the feedback shes received, both online and in person, has been phenomenal.

    There have been plenty of thank-yous directed at the Moss

    Street residents especially, she said. There were people coming out of their houses while we were still setting up, bringing tea for the artists, and then wine once we were finishing up. (Fairfield) is really the perfect place for the event, we just wouldnt get that kind of welcome in the downtown core.

    Threadkell noted a few small challenges over the weekend,

    such as some people with an entrepreneurial spirit setting up stalls uninvited. She said that thanks to a city bylaw officer being assigned to the Paint-In, and VicPD officers keeping in touch with staff, the challenges remained small.

    The Paint-In ran from 11 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. with attendance peaking around 2 p.m.

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    Saanich acrylic painter James Bardy works his magic on a two-metre canvas. Bardy joined more than 180 other artists for the annual event on Moss Street in Victoria.

    Above: Dale Roberts, of Dames Portrait Gallery,

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    A young art fan is thrilled by artist Eva Campbells work at the TD Art Gallery Paint-In.

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    Ingrid Mary Percy plays an ugly stick during the TD Art Gallery Paint-In. Percy currently has a show at Open Space gallery called the Travelling Republic.

    The art of Paint-In

    Royston artist Andy MacDougall explains the process of screenprinting.

    Vocalist Corrine Painter with SwingKey belts out a tune.

    TD Art Gallery Paint-In volunteers Ron Cox and Marianne Beetz-Sargeant greeted thousands to the art extravaganza on Moss Street, between Fort Street and Dallas Road.

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    The Victoria News is a member of the British Columbia Press Council, a self-regulatory body governing the provinces newspaper industry. The council considers complaints from the public about the conduct of member newspapers. If talking with the editor or publisher does not resolve your complaint about coverage or story treatment, you may contact the B.C. Press Council.

    Your written concern, with documentation, should be sent to B.C. Press Council, 201 Selby St., Nanaimo, B.C. V9R 2R2. For information, phone 888-687-2213 or go to www.bcpresscouncil.org.

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    OUR VIEW

    Summer strike and no pickets

    Schools out and B.C.s teachers are still on strike.

    Or are they? Drive past any of the provinces more than 1,600 public schools and the picketing teachers who waved at passing motorists, eliciting horns of support or scorn, are absent. Their signs pleading for better education for their students with smaller classrooms and better class composition are packed away.

    For all intents and purposes, it looks like another routine summer holiday season around B.C.s schools.

    And yet its not.The acrimonious dispute that put the

    teachers on the street, and kids education on hold, continues.

    But there are no longer pickets to remind us that the strike is still on.

    That may be a missed opportunity for the teachers union to score a point in the battle for public support in this dispute.

    Continuing to picket the provinces schools through the summer, even in a skeleton fashion, would have been a constant reminder of what this dispute is about.

    Teachers could have shown their commitment to the cause they say theyre fighting for by continuing that fight even when theyre normally on holiday.

    And maintaining pickets through the summer would have increased the pressure on the government to reach an agreement, as CUPE workers had pledged to honour teachers picket lines meaning routine summer maintenance, repairs and paperwork wouldnt get done.

    The provincial government is relying on public perception that teachers are already well paid and get to enjoy two months off every year to win support for its position.

    Seeing pickets march in the hot summer sun might have won fans for the teachers.

    When the audited public accounts confirmed a $353 million surplus for the last fiscal year, B.C. Liberal political staff were quick to remind reporters of the NDPs main theme from last years election campaign.

    Pages of election quotes from almost every NDP MLA were waiting to be distributed. It was a bogus budget, one of the more polite tags applied to the governments pre-election fiscal plan.

    It underestimates the costs in a whole bunch of ministries and were going to have to review that because all of the decisions that we propose in our platform will have to be implemented, said then-leader Adrian Dix, describing the NDPs plans to tax and spend more.

    Skeena MLA Robin Austin targeted health care in the budget debate: Bearing in mind that our population is actually increasing, bearing in mind that our population is aging, I think its very unrealistic to think we can actually limit health care expenditures to 2.7 per cent.

    As it turned out, health care spending grew by just over two per cent. It still went up by $360 million from the previous year, but after annual increases of six or seven per cent had become the norm, this is quite an achievement. New agreements remain to be negotiated

    with doctors and nurses, so were unlikely to see the same cost control results for the current year.

    Ottawas health care transfer payment formula has changed, and increases are to be capped at three per cent a year by 2016, so this

    is the kind of spending restraint all provinces are expected to produce.

    Education was the only other ministry to receive significant extra funding last year, up $299 million despite continuing enrolment decline. Like health, the education budget goes up every year, and these increases, along with strong student performance results, expose the rhetoric of the B.C. Teachers Federation

    about a cash-starved system for what it is.

    But the biggest fabrication of last years election was the debt free B.C. slogan emblazoned on the side of Premier Christy Clarks campaign bus.

    The public accounts confirm that the provinces total debt rose to just over $60 billion, the latest of a series of increases since 2008. The much-touted balanced budget is on the operating side, while the province continues to pile up debt to pay for the Port Mann mega-project, hospitals, schools and other big infrastructure.

    Finance Minister Mike de Jong

    emphasized the difference between capital and operating expenditures.

    Were borrowing to build as opposed to paying for the groceries, he said.

    Debt free B.C. was not an outright misrepresentation, merely one of the most far-fetched promises ever delivered in the history of B.C. politics. The legislature is to convene in October so the B.C. Liberals can pass a taxation framework for the nascent liquefied natural gas industry, which the government hopes will generate the revenues to ultimately pay off the provinces $60-billion mortgage.

    Meanwhile there is more capital debt ahead. The cabinet is expected to green-light the Site C dam on the Peace River this fall, a decade-long project estimated to cost $8 billion.

    Along with the public accounts, the finance ministry released a list of surplus land sales. The sale of 50-odd properties, some of them closed schools, netted the provincial treasury about $310 million, which accounts for most of the surplus.

    Was this selling off the family silverware to try and balance the books, as now-NDP leader John Horgan termed it before the election? Its certainly not a revenue source to be matched next year.

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    Greater Victoria Harbour Authority president Curtis Grad unveiled the renovated E&N rail station, which will now serve as a shelter at Odgen Point.

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    The Victoria Nikkei Society is spending its 20th anniversary with one foot in the past, as it honours the pioneers of the citys Japanese-Canadian community.

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    After being forcefully relocated from B.C. during the Second World War, the families who originally established Victorias Japanese community did not return.

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    Despite not sharing blood ties, Nikkei Society co-founder Tsugio Kurushima considers these pio-neers to be ancestors of the entire community, and are honoured as such during Obon.

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    Growing up in Winnipeg, I wasnt very involved in Japanese culture, I just wanted to be like every other white kid on my block, recalls Kurushima. It wasnt until I grew older that I wanted to learn more about my heritage.

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  • A12 www.vicnews.com Wednesday, July 23, 2014 - VICTORIA NEWS

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    Through the 5-holeCharity food bank drive Five Hole for Food set up at Saanich Plaza July 18 to raise food and cash for Victorias Mustard Seed food bank. Goalie Jeff Veillette gets scored on through the five hole. The charity hit a milestone by raising over one million pounds of food since its inception five years ago.

  • VICTORIA NEWS - Wednesday, July 23, 2014 www.vicnews.com A13

    HELPING HAND Like most charities, Our Place has a wish list of items that would make serving the poor of Greater Victoria a little bit easier.

    And one of those wishes was a need for a new washer and dryer.

    Frank Neate heard the call and promptly wrote a cheque.

    Frank isnt one to crave the spotlight, and seemed rather embarrassed by the gushing of staff when he visited to see the machines at work. Youre the ones who should be thanked, he says.

    I wrote a cheque, but its Our Place that makes the difference in peoples lives.

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    EXAMPLE Al Kemp is a true believer in Leadership Victoria, so much so hes opening up his wallet to prove it.

    Hes willing to match all donations up to $3,000 for Leadership Victorias core program.

    Friends and colleagues tell us Al is a committed to community leadership.

    To help with the challenge, please contact Layla Cochrane by calling 250-386-2269 or email layla@

    leadershipvictoria.ca.

    GOOD MEDICINE The B.C. Naturopathic Association will donate $1,500 to the Victoria Naturopathic Clinic, the teaching clinic that serves young low income families in the region.

    Headed up by Dr. Penny Seth-Smith, the money was the

    proceeds of a the film screening of GMO OMG during Naturopathic Medicine Week in Victoria, Kelowna and Richmond.

    TECH AMBITIONS David Sparanese will

    represent Victoria on the Applied Science Technologists and Technicians of B.C. board.

    He holds a diploma in civil engineering technology from Camosun College supplemented with several leadership and management courses.

    David is the District

    of Saanichs manager of street operations.

    ASTTBC is a self-governing professional association of over 10,000 engineering and applied science technologists,

    technicians and technical specialists.

    Do you have an

    item for the People n Places column? Contact Kevin Laird by email at editor@vicnews.com or phone 250-480-3265.

    Victoria donor comes clean at Our PlacePeople n Places

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    Our Place facilities manager Bob Frank, left, talks laundry with donor Frank Neate. Neate donated a washer and dryer to Our Place.

    Dance examines human psycheDrew McLachlanNews staff

    Dance and photogra-phy will intermingle for Ghosts of Rorschach, a performance and art exhibit inspired by the famous psychologists inkblot tests.

    Working with pho-tographers Alina Sots-kova and Ian Sparks, the experimental proj-ect marks the first col-laboration for Victoria dance company Broken Rhythms.

    Ive had people reach out to me after shows, saying that they had written poems based on our performances, artistic director Dyana Sonik-Henderson said. So its great to now be completely connected.

    The presentation will include a viewing of photographs developed by Sotskova and Sparks, which use dancers to form imagery akin to inkblots, followed by short performances of the images in motion. The night will be inter-spersed with interac-tive segments designed to look at the audiences impressions.

    One question that came with the original

    photo project was what do you see? Sotskova, also a doctoral student of psychology at the University of Victoria, said. The reactions that people have had continue to surprise me people can see a fairly abstract photo and proj-ect something concrete onto it.

    Ghosts of Rorschach takes place at Dance Victoria Studios, 2750 Quadra Street, on July 26 at 7 p.m.

    Ghosts of Rorschach uses the human body to create a modern inkblot test, says photographer Alina Sotskova.

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  • Drew McLachlanNews staff

    Though the majority of St. Anns Academy now houses the B.C. Minis-try of Advanced Education, the build-ings old Quebec-style masonry, Man-sard roof and stained glass windows stand as a testament to its rich history.

    Rev. Modeste Demers, bishop of Vancouver Island, brought the first group of sisters to Victoria from Que-bec in 1858, in order to tend to the sick and educate both European and First Nations children.

    As the mission pre-dated confed-eration, Demers chose the four most physically capable sisters to head west with him.

    St. Anns cathedral was erected that same year, followed by the school in 1871, the sisters residence in 1886 and the auditorium and boarding

    house in 1910. St. Anns was operated by the

    Roman Catholic Sisterhood until 1973, when declining enrolment led the sis-ters to sell the buildings and grounds to the provincial government for $1.

    In 1985, the building was closed for 10 years, until being designated a National Historic Site of Canada in 1989 and spending half a decade undergoing renovations. More than $16.5 million was poured into restor-ing the site by municipal, provincial and federal governments, the highest renovation cost of any heritage site in B.C.

    Nowadays, the academy serves as a monument to the Victorias French connection and pre-confederate his-tory. By-donation tours are given every Sunday during the summer, at 1 p.m. in French and 2:30 p.m. in English.

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    St. Anns showcases Victorias French connection

    Marie-Helene Bourret leads

    the tours at St. Anns Academy

    every Sunday at 1 p.m. in

    French and 2:30 p.m. in English.

    Drew McLachlan News staff

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    Live Music 50/50Raffle Live Auction

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    Sunday, August 17 | 11am-2pm9800 McDonald Park Road, Sidney BC

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    CHURCH DIRECTORYYour Guide to

    Local Houses of Worship

    To book space please callKelly Somerville at 250-480-3228

    Parish ofSt. Peter &St. PaulRev. Lon Towstego

    Sunday Service 8:30 am and 10:30 am Sunday School at the 10:30 service,

    best suited to children 5-12 years.

    St. Pauls Historic Naval Garrison Church

    1379 Esquimalt Rd. 250-386-6833

    www.stpeterandpaul.ca

    VisionMatters Healthy Eyes. Doctor Delivered.

    Sunglasses, clip-ons and tinted lenses are used to block out the glare of bright sunlight. They can also filter out ultra-violet (UV) rays. These rays are invisible to the eye, yet potentially harmful.

    UV is thought to be mostly absorbed at the corneal level. This is the cause of snow blindness, an extremely painful condition.

    However, UV exposure is also a risk factor for increasing the formation of cataracts and the development of macular degeneration.

    Misconceptions exist regarding sunglass selection and protection. It is true that you cant tell how much UV a pair of sunglasses is blocking by the color or the density of tint. Blocking UV light does not have to be difficult or expensive.

    Even a basic pair of sunglasses that claims to block 100% of UV almost certainly does. The advantage of some premium products lies in the quality of their optics and the ability to enhance the vision of the wearer.

    To get the best advice about sunglasses talk to an optometrist.

    Dr. Rachel Rushforth

    250-361-4444

    Dr. Paul NeumannOptometrist

    250-544-2210#1 - 7865 Patterson Rd. Saanichton

    250-361-4478

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    Friendly matchMembers of the Monterey Table Tennis Club and the Victoria Chinese Silverthreads Table Tennis Club competed at their annual Friendship Table Tennis Games held at the Monterey Centre. Montereys Heide Dobbe, left, teamed up with Chinese Silverthreads Ruilly Yin for a pairs match.

    Want to volunteer? Opportunities are available through Volunteer Victoria at 250-386-2269 or volunteervictoria.bc.ca.

    Victoria Dragon Boat

    Festival takes place at the Inner Harbour from Aug. 15 to 17, and volunteers are needed for traffic, information, food service and other fun tasks.

    Oaklands Community Centre seeks Wednesday evening assistance through the summer to set up and clean up at the farmers market. Some roles require lifting and carrying.

    AIDS Vancouver Island requires a writer/researcher

    to support an established curriculum outline on health and safer use of drugs for its Street School.

    Habitat Acquisition Trust seeks a grant writer to apply for environmental grants and foundation support. Option to work from home or at the trust office.

    Greater Victoria Public Library needs Teen Reading Buddies age 13 and up with fluent English skills to assist children in grades 2 to 4 with literacy activities for a week in the summer.

    Gorge Road Hospital is looking for a choir volunteer to direct

    sing-along sessions with senior residents and encourage participation. DVDs can be used for accompaniment if the volunteer does not play the piano.

    James Bay Community Project would appreciate toy washers to keep childrens toys clean and disinfected, Monday or Wednesday from 8 to 9 a.m.

    Sidney Classical Orchestra is seeking new board members with a background in music or business. Of particular interest is experience in fundraising and grant research, as well as marketing, public relations, or strategic planning.

    Do you have a few hours to spare?Volunteers

  • A16 www.vicnews.com Wednesday, July 23, 2014 - VICTORIA NEWSA16 www.vicnews.com Wed, July 23, 2014, Victoria News

    No 73154Nanaimo Registry

    IN THE SUPREME COURT OF BRITISH COLUMBIABETWEEN:

    CANDICE ADMAS HOOKERPETITIONERAND:

    THOMAS MICHAEL CLARKRESPONDENT

    ORDER MADE AFTER APPLICATION

    BEFORE THE HONOURABLE MR. JUSTICE BRUCE BUTLER Monday, the 14th day of July 2014

    ON THE APPLICATION of the Petitioner without notice coming on for hearing at on July 14, 2014 and on hearing Richard L. Storey, Esq. solicitor for the Petitioner;

    THIS COURT ORDERS that:1. The mobile home located at #58, 25 Maki Rd., Nanaimo, BC, Canada more registered as M.H. Reg: 054984, in the Seabreeze Mobile Home Park, be listed for sale;2. The Petitioner, Candice Adams Hooker have conduct of sale;3. The net sales proceeds be paid into Court.4. The petitioner be paid immediately her 90% interest in the property.5. The remaining I 0% of the net sales proceeds be held by the court pending a claim by Thomas to obtain the funds.6. the Petitioner may serve the Order upon the respondent, Thomas Michael Clark, by publishing notice of this Order in one edition of a newspaper circulating in the Victoria area;

    THE FOLLOWING PARTIES APPROVE THE FORM OF THlS ORDER AND CONSENT TO EACH OF THE ORDERS, IF ANY, THAT ARE INDICATED ABOVE AS BEING BY CONSENT:

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    CORD-LESS EWBANK car-pet cleaner w/full bottle of cleaner, $40. (250)656-1238.FOUND: SET of keys in Gor-don Head on Eric Rd (between Malton and Livingstone). Call (250)477-5882 to identify.

    COMMUNITY ANNOUNCEMENTS

    INFORMATION

    CANADA BENEFIT Group - Do you or someone you know suffer from a disability? Get up to $40,000 from the Canadian Government. Toll-free 1-888-511-2250 or visit us online: www.canadabenefi t.ca.

    DID YOU KNOW? BBB is a not-for-profi t organization com-mitted to building relationships of trust in the marketplace. Look for the 2014 BBB Ac-credited Business Directory E-edition on your Black Press Community Newspaper web-site at

    www.blackpress.ca.You can also go to

    http://vi.bbb.org/directory/ and click on the 2014 BBB

    Accredited Business Directory

    PERSONALS

    LOST AND FOUND

    LEGALS

    In ACCORDANCE with the WAREHOUSE

    LIEN ACT - Westshore Towing Ltd. Will Sell The Following: -2001 Dodge Pick-up

    VIN#1B7GG22X11S191241. Registered to Keith Richard Williamson. -1988 Ford Pick-up

    VIN#1FTCR14T9JPC11655 Registered to Robert Charles Millette.

    -1979 Dodge Motorhome VIN#M40CA9T510094 Registered to Stephen

    Michael James -1990 Chevrolet Pick-up VIN#2GCEC19H0L1113080 Registered to Richard

    Eric Henry -2005 Cadillac CTS

    VIN#1G6DM56T450209398 Registered to

    Jennifer Brianne LeysThe sale will take place at 1247 Parkdale Avenue, Victoria, BC on July 30, 2014, for offers and info call 250-474-7376.

    COMMUNITY ANNOUNCEMENTS

    COMMUNITY ANNOUNCEMENTS

    LEGALS

    NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND

    OTHERS RE: The estate of

    Gordon Ernest Peel, deceased, formerly of 607-860 View Street, Victoria, BC, V8W 3Z8.

    Creditors and others having claims against the estate of Gordon Ernest Peel are hereby notifi ed under section 38 of the Trustee Act that particu-lars of their claims should be sent to the Ad-ministrator, Alex Peel, at 1401-2088 Madison Ave-nue, Burnaby, BC, V5C 6T5, on or before August 23, 2014, after which date the Administrator will distribute the estate among the parties enti-tled to it, having regard to the claims of which the Administrator then has notice. Alex Peel, Ad-ministrator

    U-HAUL MOVING& STORAGE

    Queens AvenueClaims Landlords Contractual Lien against the following persons goods in storage at:

    644 Queens Ave,Victoria, BC

    (250) 381-22711102 Brandon Groenewold 2819 Colquitz Avenue, Victoria, B.C.

    2001-1A Gordon Reimier #140 - 45617 Lewis Avenue, Chilliwack, B.C.

    2001-4A John Swietalski 5090 West Saanich Road, Victoria, B.C.

    2001-5B Peter Nykulaik525 Ellice StreetVictoria, B.C.

    3043-A Beverly VipondPO Box 39010 - 3695 W10TH Avenue Vancouver, B.C.

    3060 Farell Laszynskyj 414 Creed Road, Victoria, B.C.

    A sale will take place at the Storage location on Thurs. August 7, 2014. Viewing 2:00PM - 4:00PM. Sealed bids will be opened at 4:30PM. Room contents are personal/household goods unless noted otherwise. Bids will be for entire contents of each unit.

    COMMUNITY ANNOUNCEMENTS

    COMMUNITY ANNOUNCEMENTS COMMUNITY ANNOUNCEMENTS

    LEGALS

    U-HAUL MOVING& STORAGE

    Topaze AvenueClaims Landlords Contractual Lien against the following persons goods in storage at:

    776-790 Topaze Avenue Victoria, BC

    250-382-4711112 Cameron Good 3274 Glasgow Avenue, Victoria, B.C

    113 Huey Godron 302-2549 Dowler Place,Victoria, B.C.

    119 Earl Lacharity 6-502 Dallas Road,Victoria, B.C.

    253 Solin Touch 2588 Carry Road, Victoria, B.C.

    260 Allan Schmegelsky PO Box 53005 RPO City Center, Victoria, B.C.

    306B Aaron Craig 201 827 North Park, Victoria, B.C.

    318 Naomi Simpson 1527 Oakrest Drive, Victoria,B.C

    321A Mark Onischuk 620 Toronto Street, Victoria, B.C.

    321B Sarah Schenck 472 Burnside Road, Victoria, B.C

    337 Gary Earl Lacharity 502 Dallas Road, Victoria, B.C.

    A217 Kindra Turley 611-3185 Tillicum Road, Victoria, B.C.

    A218 Morgan Gibson 2622 Prior Street, Victoria, B.C.

    A233 Cory Moore 1035 Pendergast Street, Victoria, B.C.

    Aa4076b Robert Kazmiruk 1215 Queens Avenue, Victoria, B.C.

    A sale will take place at the Storage location on Thurs. August 7, 2014. Viewing 10:00PM - 12:00PM. Sealed bids will be opened at 4:30PM. Room contents are personal/household goods unless noted otherwise. Bids will be for entire contents of each unit.

    COMMUNITY ANNOUNCEMENTS

    LEGALS

    WAREHOUSEMANS LIEN ACT

    Notice is hereby given that Kustom Towing, (2009) Ltd, 3297 Douglas St, Victoria, BC, V8Z 3K9 will be selling:

    1978 CHEVROLET CAMARO

    1Q87L8L620134Owner C. Butt

    2005 NISSAN ALTIMA1N4BL11E85C274431Owner T. Reynolds2007 BWM 3 Series

    WBAWC33577PD07421Owner M. Alattas1987 YAMAHA

    JYA1YA004HA000362Owner D. Williams

    Will be sold on August 6, 2014. At 647B Dupplin Rd, Victoria, BC between 10am-2pm.

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    GET FREE vending machines. Can earn $100,000 + per year. All cash-retire in just 3 years. Protected Territories. Full de-tails call now 1-866-668-6629. Website www.tcvend.com.

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    MAKOLA Housing needs a REGIONAL PROPERTY MANAGER to lead & manage up to 12 staff. Visit:makola.bc.ca

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    Certifi ed Home Study

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    HAIRCAREPROFESSIONALS

    HAIR STYLISTS $500 Hiring Bonus.

    Full time/part time for First Choice Hair Cutters in their Victoria location. Must have

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    LEGALSLEGALS

    HELP WANTED

    An Alberta Oilfi eld Company is hiring experienced dozer andexcavator operators, mealsand lodging provided. Drugtesting required. 1-(780)723-5051.

    EXPERIENCED PARTS per-son required for a progressiveauto/industrial supplier. Hiredapplicant will receive top wag-es, full benefi ts and RRSP bo-nuses working 5 day workweek, plus moving allowanc-es. Our 26,000ft2 store is lo-cated 2.5 hours N.E. of Ed-monton, Alberta. See ourcommunity at LacLaBicheRe-gion.com. Send resume to:Sapphire Auto, Box 306, LacLa Biche, AB, T0A 2C0. Email:hr@sapphireinc.net.

    HOME CARE/SUPPORT

    WE have an opportunity for aHome Share Provider to sup-port a young man who wants asuite located in a home on theSaanich Peninsula. He isfriendly, out-going and active;great with kids and dogs andactively engaged in the com-munity. This is a contractedposition and requires a HomeStudy. Interested applicantscan contact us atp-coast@hotmail.com

    MEDICAL/DENTAL

    Full time Certifi ed Dental As-sistant required for team orien-tated family dental practice.Awesome wage and benefi tspackage. Apply by resume to:121 N. 1st Avenue, WilliamsLake, BC V2G 1Y7, Fax:(250)398-8633 or by E-mail:vitoratos@shaw.ca Visit our website: www.cariboodentalclinic.com

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    VOLUNTEERS

    AIDS VANCOUVER Island re-quires a writer/researcher to support an established curricu-lum outline on health and safer use of drugs for its Street School. Call Volunteer Victoria at 250-386-2269.

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    THE VICTORIA Dragon Boat Festival takes place in the In-ner Harbour from Aug. 15 to 17, and volunteers are needed for traffi c, information, food service and other fun tasks. Call Volunteer Victoria at 250-386-2269.

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    MERCHANDISE FOR SALE

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    PATIO LOUNGE Infl atable, $29. Call (250)477-2947.

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    FRIENDLY FRANK

    STEEL-TOED BOOTS, 8-8.5 womens, still in box, $60. (Buffalo) (778)265-1615.TABLE FAN, vintage, $75. Bamboo curtain, suitable for doorway. $24. (778)440-3334.WOODEN DESK Chair $15. 2 end tables, pine $15. 5 copper pots $45. (250)477-8442.

    FRUIT & VEGETABLES

    ARBOR BLUEBERRY Farm Orders & U-pick daily 8-1pm, 305 Walton Plc. 250-704-0053

    NORTH SAANICH Fresh picked Marionberries, $40/fl at. (250)656-1668.

    FUEL/FIREWOOD

    ARBUTUS, CYPRESS, fi r, hardwoods. Seasoned. Call 250-661-7391.

    MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE

    HUGE DOWNSIZING SALE- 30% off all plants, until July 31. Brentwood Bay Nurseries, 1395 Benvenuto Ave, Brent-wood Bay.

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    NEWSPRINT ROLLENDS- $2-$10. Fridays only, 8:30am to 4:30pm. #200-770 Enter-prise Cres, Victoria. Gold-stream Press Division.

    MERCHANDISE FOR SALE

    MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE

    OFFICE CORNER computer desk, beech and green laminate with keyboard tray, fi ling drawer and stationary drawer. 24 x 72, formerly used in professional offi ce but would also suit home/student use. Excellent condition. Ask-ing $150. Call Jim at 250-656-1151, ext.126.

    STEEL BUILDINGS/metal buildings 60% off! 20x28, 30x40, 40x62, 45x90, 50x120, 60x150, 80x100 sell for bal-ance owed! Call 1-800-457-2206 or visit us online at: www.crownsteelbuildings.ca.

    STEEL BUILDINGS. Summer meltdown sale! 20x20 $5,419. 25x26 $6,485. 30x30 $8,297. 32x34 $9,860. 40x48 $15,359. 47x68 $20,558. Front & back wall included. Pioneer Steel 1-800-668-5422 or visit online: www.pioneersteel.ca

    MISCELLANEOUS WANTED

    ANTIQUES, BOOKS, col-lectibles, furniture, china, jew-elry. Estates/private libraries purchased. Galleon Books & Antiques, 250-655-0700

    FIREARMS. ALL types want-ed, estates, collections, single items, military. We handle all paperwork and transportation. Licensed Dealer. 1-866-960-0045. www.dollars4guns.com.

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    HOUSES FOR SALE

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    2.5 ACRE LOTS, LUMBY, BC Mabel Estates 5 mins fromtown, pristine lush views. De-signed and ready to build.Wells & power at lot. Starting,$139,000, $50,000 below as-sessed value. 250-317-2807.

    RENTALS

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    HOME/BUSINESS SERVICES

    ACCOUNTING/TAX/BOOKKEEPING

    ACCOUNTINGVida Samimi

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    CARPENTRY

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    A hole-in-one scored at Olym-pic View Golf Club during the recent Base Commanders Tour-nament managed to create a three-way benefit.

    Jim Utterson nailed the ace with an eight-iron on the 157-yard 11th hole, setting in motion a chain of events that define community support.

    Through an insurance policy typically taken out for such pro-motions, Utterson won $10,000 for his perfect shot. His drive sailed high and dove straight into the cup without first bounc-ing on the green.

    Ive hit the stick (in the air) many a time, but never had that happen, said the Victoria Ship-

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    Last week in the golf course lounge, Utterson received his cheque. The View Royal resident promptly turned over a $1,000 personal cheque to Gaynor Jack-son of the CFB Esquimalts char-ity of choice, the Military Family Resource Centre.

    And as part of the insurance policy, a $2,000 donation was passed along to Mary Lynn McK-enna, executive director of Utter-sons charity of choice, the Esqui-malt Neighbourhood House.

    McKenna said the money would go toward upgrading her facilitys playground area, a proj-ect currently in the planning stages.

    Utterson said workers at the shipyard are familiar with the work Esquimalt Neighbourhood House does, and it made sense to help them out.

    Jackson said her organiza-tion would use the donation to help provide casual respite child care for families where a serving member is on a mission away from home. Through a partner-ship with the neighbourhood house, that care often is facili-tated at their location.

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