9ft x 21ft Was in our sunroom, has a few stains but mainly in good condition. Txt if interested
Txt or email if interested
About 400 sqft of soffit. In great condition. Txt or email if interested.
Kids roller blades with some wrist guards and knee pads. They are extendable.
Cedar Exterior Door in Frame from a Panabode 33.5" x 81" to the outside of fram Excellent condition
2 Hamilton Bay Semi Flush light fixtures new in the box
3 Boxes of unused Hidden Hinges A pair in each box Some discolouration
2 LiftAll ratchet strap tie downs 2”x12’. 3000lbs capacity
Wooden collapsible artist's field easel. In good working condition and no parts missing.
14” Ridgid pipe wrench in good condition
7 × #50403 vacuum bags , will also fit Kenmore Canister Type C or Q 50555,50558,50557 and Panasonic Type C-5
One bag of vacuum bags for a Filter Queen. Lucky you if you still have one!
Boys youth size 2
Micro Filtration vac bags for Kenmore & Panasonic Type C-5, three new bags of three.
Sixteen gathered to learn and explore issues with our special guest, MLA Adam Olsen. After a heartfelt Territorial Acknowledgment, we launched into a discussion of our roads, specifically private ownership and traffic calming. While this conversation was spurred by the petitions supporting and opposing the speed bumps on the privately-owned section of Beddis Road, the conversation ranged far beyond speed bumps to our many complex road issues. First, we learned that private ownership of a section of Beddis Road is - alas - not unusual: Many, many sections of roads on all of the Gulf Islands are privately-owned. Adam reminded us that these roads were originally wagon trails, built on farms and designed to connect farms to one another and to distribution centres. Most often, these roads and adjacent rights of ways were eventually acquired by the province. Throughout the decades, they were improved, transitioning from wagon trails to important island thoroughfares. In some case…Read more about ASK Salt Spring with MLA Adam Olsen discussing traffic calming, COVID fears and the Police Act Review Committee
Sheila Gordon Harrop (nee Pirie): March 17, 1928 – May 9, 2021 Sheila passed away on May 9th, Mother’s Day, at Lady Minto Hospital on Salt Spring Island with her family by her. A wife, sister, aunt, mother, grandmother and great-grandmother, she was loved by all. Sheila was the hub of a large extended family. She is survived by her husband of 70 years Trevor, her four children: Jim (Jen), Catherine (Bill), Ian (Judy) and David (Kaoru), 12 grandchildren and 7 ½ great-grandchildren, and her sister (Netta McNab and family in Scotland). A lover of the outdoors, a world traveler, an avid tennis player and most of all an incredible loving and caring person. Sheila cared for her family and the extended circle of friends including the DeRosa family, Arlene Bastion, Alan Murphy, Richmond Tennis Women’s league and UBC Faculty Wives Hiking Club. Born in Motherwell, Scotland, Sheila immigrated to Vancouver with her fiancée Trevor. They married in 1951, then moved to New Denver, B.…Read more about Obituary: Sheila Gordon Harrop
On May 12, 2021, the Capital Regional District (CRD) Regional Parks Mountain Biking Guidelines and short-term actions to support the Mountain Biking Advisory Committee Advice and Guidance Report were passed by the CRD Board. In addition, the Board directed that the CRD Regional Parks Mountain Biking Guidelines be reviewed in the context of the Regional Parks Strategic Plan update. The Mountain Biking Guidelines will play an important role in the enhancement and growth of sustainable quality mountain biking experiences in the regional parks system where deemed appropriate. Implementation of the guidelines is forward-looking. The Mountain Biking Guidelines apply to all mountain biking activities taking place within the CRD regional parks system. This includes mountain biking as an activity as well as the construction and maintenance of mountain biking trails and related facilities and infrastructure. The guidelines are forward-looking and intended to be applied by CRD st…Read more about Capital Regional District Approves New Mountain Biking Guidelines
Update as of May 14th, 2021 3:15 PM: Salt Spring RCMP and SAR continue their search for missing person Sinikka Elliott. Five SAR teams from Vancouver Island have joined Salt Spring RCMP and SAR teams in their search. SAR teams from the mainland are expected to arrive tomorrow if the missing person is still not located. Search will continue overnight and into tomorrow. Update as of May 14th, 2021 10:30 AM: Salt Spring RCMP and SAR resources continue to search in the Juniper Place, Mt. Erskine, Wilkie Way and Cranberry Valley area. You will see SAR and Search Dogs in the area, please respect their working space. If any information is found, please contact Salt Spring SAR or RCMP. Update as of May 14th, 2021 8:15 AM: Salt Spring RCMP has confirmed with the Exchange that the search for Sinikka Gay Elliott is still ongoing. Search and Rescue (SAR) from all over Vancouver Island are assisting Salt Spring Search and Rescue. The RCMP Police Dog Service (PDS) has been here the ent…Read more about Alert: Salt Spring RCMP Seeking Missing Person - Sinikka Gay Elliott
Graham Paul Foulkes June 8 1965 – April 25 2021 It is with great sadness that we announce the sudden death of Graham, known by many as Oz or Ozzy. He was the loving husband of Leanne, father of Tabitha (Tavis), Jenoah (Brandy), Trylan (Aleah), Rosemary, stepfather of Coast, and grandfather of Sayla. As the lynchpin of a large extended family, he was also a “bonus dad” to Kaiya and Maria, and a caring uncle to many nieces and nephews. Graham was born in Watford, UK to Audrey and Michael, and brother to Trevor, Steven, David and Sally. After attending Watford Grammar School and a brief stint in university studying environmental sciences, he started on his great adventure in Canada in 1987. He attended film school in Victoria, incorporating film and photography throughout all aspects of his life. Graham was most comfortable behind the lens, and you would typically see him with a camera slung around his neck. Over the years, in his unique way, he became a vibrant member of th…Read more about Obituary: Graham Paul Foulkes
People who leave COVID-19 fines unpaid may be unable to obtain or renew a B.C. driver’s licence or vehicle licence under proposed legislation introduced today. “That small minority of persons who have been fined for violating the rules in place to protect us all are going to be held accountable for the debt they owe,” said Mike Farnworth, Minister of Public Safety and Solicitor General. “We’ve already moved up the deadline for sending unpaid COVID-19 fines to collections. Now, we’re going to refuse to issue offenders a driver’s licence or vehicle licence if they still won’t take their tickets seriously and pay up.” If passed, proposed amendments to the Motor Vehicle Act will extend “refuse to issue” (RTI) restrictions to fines issued under the Emergency Program Act and COVID-19 Related Measures Act. RTI will apply to all outstanding fines issued under these acts and will be applied retroactively. People with outstanding fines will receive notice of the RTI from ICBC ahead…Read more about Unpaid COVID-19 fines may lead to driver’s, vehicle licence denial
It is fitting that the Canadian Nurses’ Association theme for National Nursing Week May 10-16 is “We Answer the Call.” From day one of this unparalleled and extraordinary COVID-19 pandemic that has enveloped our world for over a year, nurses have continued to stand where they always do – caring for patients, families and communities when they need it the most. Nurses are in every part of our health and care system. In hospitals, long-term care homes, public health units, clients’ homes, testing centres, vaccination clinics, undertaking cutting-edge COVID-19 research, and leading pandemic response from boardroom to point of care, nurses unique contribution to the health and wellness of our region is ever-present. The COVID-19 pandemic has brought to light more than ever the professionalism, wisdom, knowledge, skill, and compassion that nurses bring to work everyday and the important roles they play in our communities. “While the pandemic has been a challenge for everyone, …Read more about Island Health thanks nurses for answering the call
The Salt Spring Island Foundation is pleased to announce the recipients of the 2021 Neighbourhood Small Grants. These grants (up to $500) support projects that fit the grant priorities: respect and celebrate diversity, connect and engage residents to increase community resilience, foster creativity and wellbeing while sharing skills and knowledge, and tackle social isolation. There are 32 projects taking place on Salt Spring Island this summer as part of the Neighbourhood Small Grants program. All project leaders are required to follow BC public health orders, recommendations and guidelines to ensure physical distancing protocols at the time that the project occurs and are encouraged to deliver their projects online. Anti-Racist Summer Reading A project to support teachers in furthering their education by supplying summer reading materials about anti-racism, social justice, diversity, and inclusion principles. A small lending library will be set up in the Gulf Islan…Read more about Salt Spring Island Foundation Announces 2021 Responsive Neighbourhood Small Grants