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About Jocelyne Monette

  • Member Since: November 2, 2016

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MOVING SALE – Saturday Nov 25 –...

Moving sale and downsizing – everything must go! Lots of kitchen stuff, small appliances, Ikea bookcases, futon, lamps, books, cat tree, dinette and chairs, etc […]

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$100 OBO

Leather Sofa – cream colored (real le...

Extremely comfortable!! – some wear on leather but no tears! 82in wide x 40in deep x 32in high

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$75

Solid wood (beech) TV stand in excellent

Measurements: 39.5 in – widest at front narrowing to 15.5 at the back 25in deep x 24 in high Adjustable shelving

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$200

Ikea Billy Bookshelf and Ikea Bonde Display...

Ikea Billy Bookshelf with CD/Display insert – birch veneer insert in very good condition – 31.5 wide x 11in deep x 79in high Ikea Bonde […]

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$350

La-Z-y Boy style Chair Lift and Recliner wi...

Give the gift of mobility this Christmas to a loved one who may need help getting in and out of their chair on a daily […]

17 hours ago

Incorporation: How a ‘Farmer’ Mayor Changed Me from Yes to No to Yes!

    Editorial & Opinions, Governance & Politics    August 14, 2017

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, […]

Community News

  • Interactive Salt Spring Sea Level Rise M...

    by on November 14, 2017

    Scientists agree that human activity is heating the planet. But how quickly could sea level rise and what would that rise look like here on Salt Spring? This interactive map shows sea levels locked in by different amounts of carbon pollution, according to recent scientific research. If we burn enough fossil fuels to heat the planet by […]

  • Last Notes For Your Winter Garden

    by on November 13, 2017

    That recent cold snap was a surprise, with temperatures well below freezing and the first snowfall in some areas. If your winter veggies were not all mulched by then I doubt they came to harm as the soil was still relatively warm. In this warmer lull, however, do get the mulching done before temperatures drop […]

  • Cricket Protein at Country Grocer

    by on November 12, 2017

    Crickets are an old type of food for a new type of world. Earth is expected to be home to over 9 billion people by 2050, and currently, the bread basket of the United States is experiencing severe water shortages. Perhaps that knowledge has helped the idea of eating insects in North America gain some […]

  • From Climate Change Denial to Conspiracy...

    by on November 9, 2017

    Did you know that half of us believe in at least one conspiracy theory? Did you know that thirteen percent of Americans believe that climate change is a hoax? Although scientists long ago settled on the conclusion that human activities are causing climate change through the emission of greenhouse gases, a small but vocal number of […]

  • Abandoned Boats: Do You Know One That Sh...

    by on November 6, 2017

    Abandoned and derelict vessels are a significant concern for coastal communities for economic, aesthetic, environmental and safety reasons. The Islands Trust advocates to the Province of British Columbia and the federal government for lasting solutions and funding for vessel removal. Islands Trust is creating an inventory of abandoned, derelict boats in the Islands Trust area […]

  • The Role of Nonprofits on Salt Spring Is...

    by on November 6, 2017

    Volunteer and Community Resources invites VCR members and others in the community to join them at their AGM with keynote speaker, Peter Elson. Peter Elson who is a PhD Adjunct Assistant Professor with UVic’s School of Public Administration will present “Tacking Against the Wind: Nonprofits in a Climate of Uncertainty.” His 20-minute talk on the […]

  • Pharmasave: Helping to Keep the Flu at B...

    by on November 2, 2017

    It’s that achy muscles, nasal drip, headache, sore throat, fever, fatigue time of year! For children, it’s more commonly the earache, nausea, vomiting time of year. Most of us are familiar with the flu blues. Despite our best efforts to keep our families healthy, the flu still gets into our schools, workplaces, and homes. Each […]

  • Salt Spring Reads: The Performance by An...

    by on November 2, 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. Ann Eriksson’s […]

  • Notice: Ganges Post Office Closed (Now O...

    by on November 1, 2017

    UPDATE: November 7th, 2017 – 8:41 AM – The Ganges Post Office is open and our system is up and running! Hours of operation at the Ganges Post Office are 8:30am-5:00pm today. Thank you! UPDATE: November 6th, 2017 – 1:23 PM – The technical team is shutting the Ganges Post Office down until about 2pm […]

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