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About Andrea Palframan

  • Member Since: January 14, 2010



Boat seat: swivel, comfy

New swivel boat seat. Folds, nice and comfy. Perfect extra spot.

August 13, 2017

30BBQ;talk free

RAVEN Fundraiser for Heiltsuk First Nation

Sept 1st at Fulford Hall. Come enjoy a wild seafood feast (with salad & dessert!) in support of RAVEN Trust’s fund for the Heiltsuk Nation […]

August 6, 2017

every $ doubled

Around Salt Spring Swimmer Joined by an Orc...

Swimmer Rama DelaRosa gets the surprise of her life when an orca whale joins her on her fundraising Swim for the Salish Sea. Rama is […]

August 5, 2017


Thank you from the Eco Home Tour

Thank you so much Salt Spring! Transition Salt Spring’s fantastic Eco Living and Home Tour had just over 400 visitors, who visited homes, gardens and […]

July 27, 2017

Water, water—everywhere?

    Health & Wellness, News & Events    July 23, 2015

Sitting down with Ken Marr in the middle of the summer isn’t the easiest proposition. It’s high season for building projects on the island. As the shop has become a supplier for irrigation and rainwater collection equipment, it’s also the time when homeowners and businesses are making plans so they don’t get left high and […]

Saturday Market vendors of Salt Spring Team up to Raise $1500

    People & Places    June 19, 2015

On July 13th on Salt Spring Island, artists, farmers and food vendors got together to raise nearly $1500 for Pull Together. This was amazing work by people who already work amazingly hard. Special shout out to the Raging Grannies who gave us $100 and belted out some anti-pipeline anthems! Here are some great photos from the […]

Video: Reckoning with Reconciliation – The fight to Save Grace

    News & Events    August 21, 2014

A stone’s throw from the bustling marinas of Salt Spring Island lies Grace Islet. Blazing with camas flowers, the islet has been protected as a cemetery by indigenous grave keepers for centuries. How does the BC government relate to such traditions? By allowing a luxury house to be built directly overtop of the burial cairns […]

Community News

  • Incorporation: Response to Open Letter t...

    by on 3 hours ago - Comments

    A group of ex-Fire Board Trustees have written a letter to the current trustees chastising them for not coming out in favour of incorporation after an attempt was made to strong arm them to do so. Our current trustees sensibly waited to hear what the “no” folks had to say. That group didn’t ask the […]

  • Twisted Town Hall

    by on 4 hours ago - Comments

    What a hoot it was! Community members gathered at the gazebo in Centennial Park, drawn by the danceable dance tunes, the day’s last warm rays on the grassy hillock, and the frolicking and giggling clowns. It was the Twisted Town Hall ― a Referendum Social for In-Co-operation. Organized and hosted by Nomi Lyons and Robert […]

  • “A World of Pride” on Diverse and Inclus...

    by on August 15, 2017 - Comments

    This year’s Salt Spring Island Pride Festival ― the 13thth annual ― is going to be yet another incredible celebration of diversity and inclusion. Join in from September 6 to 10 for one of BC’s most unique Pride events! This year’s theme, A World of Pride, welcomes you to join in on the celebration of […]

  • Incorporation: Taryn Muldoon on Voting N...

    by on August 15, 2017 - Comments

    Young spoken word poet and activist Taryn Muldoon explains why she is voting NO.

  • Incorporation: North Salt Spring Waterwo...

    by on August 15, 2017 - Comments

    The North Salt Spring Waterworks District (“NSSWD”) is, by far, the largest water Improvement District on the island with well over 2,000 connections including commercial properties in Ganges, schools and the hospital. Faced with a major investment program to meet provincial regulations, including new treatment plants at St. Mary Lake and Maxwell Lake and raising […]

  • Incorporation: How a ‘Farmer’ Mayor Chan...

    by on August 14, 2017 - Comments

    I went from a staunch YeSS! voter to a PosNo voter … and then the more I supported the PosNo’s position and saw how much they want to preserve and protect (which I do), prevent rampant development (which I do as well), save our precious farmers (love buying local!) and prevent runaway tax increases (yeah, […]

  • Incorporation: Ron Cooke on Voting Yes

    by on August 14, 2017 - Comments

    Ron Cooke is involved in a number of affordable housing projects. He is voting yes. “I have lived on Salt Spring for 29 years, raised a family here and worked as a carpenter and later in home design – quite often in conjunction with Rammed Earth. I serve on the Board of Directors at Salt […]

  • Incorporation: It’s Now or Never f...

    by on August 14, 2017 - Comments

    The sheer size of Salt Spring is its “achilles heel” in any plan to incorporate and grow as a municipality. Large size means a large road network, which means high annual road costs, which means much higher taxes for all residents if Salt Spring incorporated as a municipality. In short, we simply do not have […]

  • Incorporation: A Municipal Engineer̵...

    by on August 14, 2017 - Comments

    This article is written for those who are currently undecided relative to the upcoming incorporation referendum, and are interested in reading a Municipal Engineer’s perspective before making a decision. I am not one who writes articles to local papers; however, after having received the Positively No flyer in the mail I thought it prudent to […]