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About David Southwell

  • Member Since: January 27, 2010


Prescription Sunglasses

Brown-green frame Maui Jim prescription sunglasses lost over the weekend. Likely left in Ganges. Please call if you find them at 538-1947 . They are […]

March 25, 2019
Sold Sale Pending IMG_5645


Makita Belt Sander

Makita Belt Sander model 9924 DB- 3inch by 24 inch with cloth dust bag Excellent Condition Extended base to allow flush sanding. Extra long cord […]

March 11, 2019
Sale Pending IMG_8602


Antique Washstand

Antique Washstand Solid Hardwood -likely Maple. 29″H x27 3/4″W x 17″ D

March 11, 2019


Home Office Barrister Hutch and Double Late...

Barrister Hutch can be used for display and/or book storage plus double lateral file. Hutch sits on top of filing cabinet. Oak Finish, Excellent Condition […]

March 10, 2019
Sold Sale Pending IMG_5474


Tallboy 5 Drawer Dresser – Solid Mapl...

5 Drawer Solid Maple Dresser. Excellent condition, 80 plus years old. 47″H x 32 1/4″ W x 18 1/4″ D

March 10, 2019

Community News

  • Digging Roots; Planting Early (or not)

    by on 8 hours ago

    Spring certainly went sproing into nearly summer-like weather this week! Given how long it took the snow to melt from my yard I thought the soil would stay cold longer than usual, meaning no rush to dig up overwintered root crops. At the rate the soil is now warming, however, carrots, beets and other roots […]

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

    by on 8 hours ago

    Response Report – Salt Spring Island Firefighters responded to 58 calls for assistance in February, a 52% INCREASE over Feb 2018. Operations As the cold weather hit, so did an increase in chimney fires and Carbon Monoxide calls.  Chimney fires are a leading cause for structure fires on Salt Spring Island.  These fires can readily spread […]

  • Harbour Air / Salt Spring Air to Build W...

    by on 11 hours ago

    magniX, a major player in the electric aviation revolution, and Harbour Air who merged with Salt Spring Air in 2015, now North America’s largest seaplane airline, announced a partnership to transform Harbour Air seaplanes into an all-electric commercial fleet powered by the magni500, a 750-horsepower (HP) all-electric motor. The transformed Harbour Air seaplanes will be […]

  • Islands Trust Council Makes Reconciliati...

    by on March 19, 2019

    The Islands Trust Council acknowledges that the lands and waters that encompass the Islands Trust Area have been home to Indigenous peoples since time immemorial and honours the rich history, stewardship, and cultural heritage that embody this place we all call home. The Islands Trust Council is committed to establishing and maintaining mutually respectful relationships […]

  • BC Ferries Reveals 25-year Vision for Sw...

    by on March 19, 2019

    Community input used to shape long-term plan – BC Ferries released the Swartz Bay Terminal Development Plan (TDP) today. The TDP outlines a long-term vision for the terminal’s future, and a phased approach for implementing the changes envisioned in the plan. BC Ferries employees will be at the terminal from April 10 to 13 to […]

  • Forum: Human Rights, Evidence for Hope?

    by on March 18, 2019

    We live in a world where horrific human rights violations occur, like the recent mass shootings of 50 Muslim worshippers in two Christchurch mosques. This is a world where several countries sentence LGBTQ individuals to death, China has detained over a million Uyghur Muslims, and Canada arrests First Nations people for peacefully trying to protect […]

  • Salt Spring Island Centennial Park Playg...

    by on March 18, 2019

    Salt Spring Island Parks and Recreation Commission (PARC) has adopted a 20 year Master Plan to prioritize infrastructure investments for Centennial Park. With site assessments and central drainage complete, and the washroom facility anticipated to be finished in a few weeks, planning can begin to replace the playground. This much needed replacement project was made […]

  • Pipeline Activism: Thoughts On My Trial,...

    by on March 18, 2019

    I’m back from the rabbit hole of court – the B.C. Supreme Court, in downtown Vancouver. Last fall, I spent five days there, self-representing my not guilty plea, after arrest for protesting on March 23rd in front of Texas oil-giant Kinder Morgan’s tank farm in Burnaby, now Trans Mountain Canada, owned by all Canadians. Three […]

  • Building a Tiny Home Community for the U...

    by on March 15, 2019

    “A community safely housed.  A path to stability.  A better quality of life”  Housing forms the building blocks of a community. The recent housing crisis has illustrated exactly how important stable housing is to the solidity of our island. When people don’t have secure housing, their work, school, family life, and even the community suffer. […]

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