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  • Member Since: October 4, 2014



Vintage 1941 Singer Featherweight 221-1 Sew...

Vintage 1941 Portable Singer Featherweight Sewing Machine model #221-1 with carrying case. The sewing machine is in good working order and has low mileage. With […]

August 9, 2017


Hanging Pendant “Harbor Nights”...

For the sailor in all of us! The Hanging Boat Pendant light fixture by Hampton Bay. Satan Nickel finish dimensions are 42″W x 22″D x […]

August 8, 2017


Valco Baby Astro folding high chair

The popular Valco Baby Astro folding chair (see Baby Gizmo You Tube) light weight at 15lbs. Easy to fold compact ideal for small areas. For […]

August 8, 2017


120V 4 1/2 Angle Grinder

Mastercraft 41/2 Angle Grinder 120V

August 7, 2017


1 Pair of 2 Ton Axle Stands

One pair 2 Ton Axle Stands Mastercraft.

August 7, 2017


1/2″ Air powered Mastercraft impact w...

Mastercraft 1/2″ air powered impact wrench.

August 7, 2017


100ft. 3/16″ 5mm. Coil Chain

100 ft 3/16″ Coil Chain sys.3 BL Chrome.

August 7, 2017


Folding “RV” rear step

*Brand New* 19″ folding RV rear step.

August 7, 2017


20″ Hitch Extender with Step

20″” hitch extender with step tongue load 350lbs weight 3500lb.

August 7, 2017


Heavy Duty 8000Lb. Truck Jack

Heavy Duty Truck Jack Max. 8000lbs.

August 7, 2017
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“Power Fist” Electric Chainsaw ...

Mounted “Power Fist” Electric Chainsaw Sharpener. Like new!

August 7, 2017


Moto Master 2 ton Floor Jack

2 ton floor jack Moto Master in good condition.

August 7, 2017

Community News

  • Incorporation: Email to a Friend

    by on 20 hours ago - Comments

    I don’t think there are meaningful answers to the questions you have raised. I think the actual vision for Salt Spring is still best articulated in the Islands Trust object: “to preserve and protect the environment and amenities of the Gulf Islands for all British Columbians.” I haven’t heard any articulation of another vision for […]

  • Incorporation: Development Pressure Inhe...

    by on 23 hours ago - Comments

    First, please just grab a coffee and sit on a bench in centennial park, or have a seat at Barb’s or T’J’s or in your own kitchen, and hear me out.. actually, in this case, read me out. Let’s put the “fearmongering” accusation aside for just a moment and explore the factual relationship of development […]

  • Incorporation: A Chance to Express Who W...

    by on 23 hours ago - Comments

    What an opportunity we have before us! We have a chance to truly express who we are, our past and importantly, our values as they relate to our future. Now we have the opportunity to dispel the undeserved title: C.A.V.E. dwellers (Citizens Against Virtually Everything) by spearheading the measured and exciting change that will propel […]

  • Incorporation: Order Vs. Chaos

    by on August 17, 2017 - Comments

    For me the Sept 9th referendum is a vote of order-vs-chaos. Salt Spring’s quaint hodge-podge of electoral and improvement districts represents anything but order, in my opinion. It’s a creature with many tentacles but no brain. Just look around: No acceptable traffic plan in Fulford village; inadequately marked walking trails; none of the roads leading […]

  • Incorporation: Harold Swierenga is Votin...

    by on August 17, 2017 - Comments

    Listen to the wisdom of our elders: Harold Swierenga, has been a Co-op Farm Director, Commercial Farmer, Economics Professor, and has a ton experience in local governance. 8 years experience as municipal councillor and reeve of municipality in Ontario. Served as Warden (head) of Lanark County Council. Served as a director of Federation of Canadian […]

  • Incorporation: The More Beautiful Our He...

    by on August 17, 2017 - Comments

    In The More Beautiful World our Hearts Know is Possible, Charles Eisenstein very clearly distinguishes that we are in the process of transitioning from an Old Economy, that ensures our demise, to a New Economy that is essential, not optional, if we are to survive as a species. (He is very clear that the transition […]

  • Incorporation: Where Is the Larger Voice...

    by on August 17, 2017 - Comments

    Salt Spring is in the midst of an incorporation campaign as everyone on our island knows. But who else knows? I love all our Gulf Islands and want to protect them all from over and inappropriate development. I have a hard time abiding views of others who can only see what is good for them […]

  • Incorporation: The Facts About Our Roads...

    by on August 17, 2017 - Comments

    The Final Incorporation Study Report repeats, at least eight times, that Salt Spring taxpayers put pay $90,000 more per year into the in Provincial Rural Taxes than they get back in road works. How accurate is this? The report estimates that an average of $1,360,000 was spent annually in routine maintenance in recent years, or […]

  • Incorporation: Response to Open Letter t...

    by on August 16, 2017 - 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 […]