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S’well bottle – gold

Gold coloured S’well bottle, 750mL Looking for 4 new D cell batteries for trade

November 29, 2017
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1990 toyota corolla

1990 Toyota Corolla 210,000km It starts, it goes! Excellent on gas. Please leave your phone number

November 23, 2017


Jetboil + extra XL pot + coffee kit

Jetboil, extra pot: extra large, coffee kit Looking for any kind of trad; nothing in particular. What do you have laying around?

November 19, 2017


iPod Touch 8gb

Please leave your phone number iPod Touch 4th Gen 8gb, with a case Looking for any kind of trade, nothing in particular.

November 19, 2017


Grinding wheel

Please leave your phone number Double grinding wheel, motor doesn’t work anymore but can be replaced easily. Looking for any kind of trade, I don’t […]

November 19, 2017


looking for a chainsawmill

November 19, 2017


KitchenAid Stand Mixer – Green

Please leave your phone number with reply so we can chat. KitchenAid stand mixer from Europe. The plug does not fit in my wall. Does […]

November 18, 2017

trade or $offer

16′ Canoe – Frontiersman

16′ Frontiersman Canoe, blue. Looking for any trade, I want nothing in particular but to trade up. What do you have in that pile in […]

November 14, 2017


New Yerba Mate Bombilla Tea Straw

A new, unused yerba mate and loose leaf tea straw. Made of stainless steel.

November 13, 2017
Sold Sale Pending 1510604008620-149433747


Jack LaLanne’s Power Juicer

250W, awesome for juicing anything. Great with tumeric and ginger as well.

November 13, 2017

Community News

  • Integrated Major Crime Unit and Coroner ...

    by on December 7, 2017

    UPDATE: 2017 December 8th at 11:45 AM -The identity of the deceased in the death on Salt Spring Island that occurred on Dec 6th has now been confirmed to be that of 47 year old Heather Jones. The 22 year old male originally arrested, was released from police custody and has been apprehended under the […]

  • BC Ferries Going Smoke and eCigarette Fr...

    by on December 6, 2017

    BC Ferries is pleased to advise customers that the company will be introducing a smoke – free environment in all BC Ferries locations, including terminals and vessels starting January 22, 2018 . This also includes the interior of all vehicles on BC Ferries property. “This new policy support s the health and wellness of our […]

  • Salt Spring Reads: Owl’s Dream

    by on December 6, 2017

    Salt Spring Reads is an online book club/review. For this column I try to find books that you might love to discover, books with a Salt Spring connection. Reviewed books are available at the Salt Spring Library and in local bookstores. Feel free to share your comments to discuss this book online with others. Owl’s Dream, […]

  • Animated Short Film ‘Fox And The W...

    by on December 6, 2017

    Watch this. It’s beautiful and it was inspired by a visit to Salt Spring Island by its creator Robin Joseph who now lives in Toronto. The short film was just nominated for an Oscar and is one step closer to being a short-listed as a finalist. Those of us that live here know how inspiring […]

  • Fire Rescue News – Chief’s F...

    by on December 4, 2017

    Firefighters responded to 44 incidents this month, making a total of 592 incidents for this year. October 4: SSIFR Firefighters responded a nine-hour call comprised of four incidents – a medical call, a commercial fire alarm, a structure fire, and a vehicle fire on Sarah Way. The structure fire on Devine Road was a small […]

  • FireSmart Tip of the Week: Chimney Safe...

    by on December 1, 2017

    How Safe is Your Lovely Roaring Fire? – Did you know that chimney fires are the most common fire emergencies this time of the year? In partnership with the Salt Spring Conservancy, SSIFR will offer a free workshop: Burn it Right” at the Library on Sunday, December 10 from 3:00 – 4:30 so that you can learn […]

  • Salt Spring Forum Tackles Global Issues

    by on November 30, 2017

    Kofi Annan, the former United Nations Secretary-General, called certain global issues “problems without passports”—challenges that cannot be solved by one country acting alone. According to Annan’s former adviser Michael Doyle, climate change is a clear example of a problem that cannot be solved unless China, the United States, and India all take strong and decisive […]

  • Chilli and Charm This Saturday

    by on November 28, 2017

    When you think of a holiday kickoff, do you think of a chilli cook-off? That’s how Salt Spring islanders like to do it! In the brisk air of Centennial Park on December 2, chilli fans will gather around tall heaters as the lineup winds its way toward the various chillis to sample. Mouths water as […]

  • Island Savings Recognizes Local Business...

    by on November 28, 2017

    Island Savings, a division of First West Credit Union, has announced the winners of the 2017 Fan Choice Awards. Of the hundreds of nominations received between Sept. 11 – Oct. 8, top spots were awarded to the local and independent small businesses that received the most votes from loyal community members and supporters. “We were so […]

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