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  • Member Since: April 3, 2010

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Vintage Retro Style Ladders

60s era heavy duty commercial grade wood ladders..great shape..Originated from the Vancouver docks..one 9ft extends to 18ft..one 12ft extends to 24ft..Excellent loft ladders.. $125 and […]

June 23, 2019
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dimensional cedar

looking for approx 50 lineal feet of used 2×4 cedar..for project…

June 22, 2019
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Dairy Farm Can

Classic old milk can…original condition…no rust..no paint..very clean inside..

June 22, 2019
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Vintage Oil Cans

various collectibles includes 5 gallon Esso can…

June 22, 2019
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Vintage Oil and Gas

50s automotive display case..”Imperial Brass Fittings” 17inches wide x 24inches high nice condition..rare and collectible..$90 obo

June 19, 2019
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STEAM PUNK

Cast Iron and Galvanize pull chain floor lamp…very funky..$110 obo

June 19, 2019
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Cast Iron Skillets

various cast iron skillets and other funky iron yard pieces…

June 8, 2019
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UNIQUELY CANADIAN

Circa 1960 crafted by private artisan in Ontario..wood floor lamp and side table..best described as a hand sawn helix by form utilizing alternating soft pastel […]

June 1, 2019
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Chairs X 2

Two heavy duty kitchen style chrome and leatherette chairs..$10 each

May 30, 2019
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Juice Extractor…Steamer-Cooker and St...

Made in Finland..stainless steel..lightly used as new..as advertised on line..one unit left..Plus Stainless steel Chinois Strainer Set.. sell both $150

May 28, 2019

Community News

  • Survey: Should British Columbia Adopt Ye...

    by on 4 hours ago

    British Columbians are invited to share their views on how we should observe time in our province. Most areas of B.C. currently “spring forward” into Daylight Saving Time during summer months and “fall back” to Standard Time in the winter. The following choices are being considered: 1) B.C. continues the practice of changing our clocks […]

  • Podcast: Adam Olsen speaks with Raffi – ...

    by on June 20, 2019

    When I first thought of transitioning my weekly Public Circle LIVE! broadcasts from Facebook to a weekly podcast, I had it in my mind to invite Raffi as a guest. We have run into each other a few times now at the Salt Spring Island Saturday Market and I appreciate his forthright political commentary on Twitter. It all […]

  • Fire News: Chief’s Response Report – 201...

    by on June 20, 2019

    Vision: A responsive and sustainable fire-rescue service, effectively meeting community needs and valued by those we serve. Mission: Always learning, engaging and adapting to be response ready. Response Report Salt Spring Island Firefighters responded to 61 calls for assistance in May.  (Calls to Date:  291) Operations To be proactive regarding wildfire prevention a recommendation was […]

  • Salt Spring Foundation Announces 2019 Ne...

    by on June 18, 2019

    The Salt Spring Island Foundation, in partnership with Salt Spring Island Community Services, is pleased to announce the recipients of our 2019 Neighbourhood Small Grants. The Neighbourhood Small Grants program offers grants of $50 to $500 to support projects that bring people together, share skills and knowledge, build a sense of community belonging and responsibility, […]

  • Island Youth Soccer Association to Build...

    by on June 14, 2019

    Salt Spring Island Youth Soccer Association (SSIYSA) is excited to announce that School District #64 (SD64) has agreed to partner with the SSIYSA to build a brand-new all-weather turf field with lights at the Gulf Islands Secondary School (GISS) lower field. An All Weather Field Feasibility Study was presented to the SD64 school board yesterday […]

  • Salt Spring Island Foundation Announces ...

    by on June 12, 2019

    The Salt Spring Island Foundation is pleased to announce over $148,000 in spring grants for local charities, including $30,000 targeted to youth recreation programs. The Foundation thanks the many generous donors who make these grants possible.  BC Parks/Friends of Ruckle Park Heritage To create and install six new interpretive signs for Ruckle Provincial Park to […]

  • Crofton – Salt Spring Island Ferry...

    by on June 10, 2019

    The Crofton terminal is located within the Municipality of North Cowichan on Vancouver Island. The terminal connects the community to Vesuvius Bay on Salt Spring Island. Passengers travel on the Howe Sound Queen for a 25 minute sailing. The Howe Sound Queen has a vehicle capacity of 52 AEQ* and can carry 300 passengers and […]

  • Salt Spring’s Strategic Plan for A...

    by on June 8, 2019

    Salt Spring Island’s 2008 Area Farm Plan – the strategic plan for sustainable agriculture – needs to be renewed to provide a blueprint to take Salt Spring’s agricultural community forward to 2030. The first Area Farm Plan was based on a vision to support Salt Spring becoming a place where “agriculture is a strong, vital […]

  • Watch: “The Pharmacy”a Silen...

    by on June 7, 2019

    Country Grocer tells a slapstick accounting of how they merged with a neighbouring pharmacy!

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