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About Mike Craig

  • Member Since: February 17, 2014

santa sol tree stand


Heavy Duty Christmas Tree Stand

Just reduced!. Call Mike

September 15, 2019
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NordicTrack Eliptical

Just reduced and will be delisted if not sold by Sept. 21. Designed for a wide range of skill levels and body types, the NordicTrack […]

September 15, 2019
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Corning Vision Amber Glass Pots

Just reduced and will be removed by Sept. 21 if not sold. 2 Corning Vision Amber glass pots with lids in very good condition $25.00 […]

September 15, 2019
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Glass Bottle

Reduced and will be delisted by Sept. 21 if not sold. Antique shoe polish glass bottle by “G.H. Wood & Co, Boston U.S.A.” Call Mike

September 15, 2019
Stylus 150 speaker



DESCRIPTION: – 2-driver, 2-way acoustic suspension, weather/water resistant. – 2nd order electro/acoustic at 2.1kHz. – High frequency driver 19mm (3/4) ptd pure-titanium dome and former, […]

September 11, 2019
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Fir Wood Ends

Just reduced! Numerous fir wood end pieces, $20 each. Most are sized 6″ or 8″ x 10″ and are 36″ to 48″ long. Also have […]

September 9, 2019
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2005 Mitsubishi Endeavor SUV

All wheel drive with only 149,263 klms. Local truck in good condition and runs well. Automatic, 6 cylinder, 225 HP, AC, stereo, 17″ cast aluminum […]

September 8, 2019
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Savani Wheels

Just reduce! 21″ Savani Avarus aluminum alloy wheels size 10Jx21 BP 5x130mm CB 71.6mm from an Audi Q7 and will fit many other European cars […]

September 7, 2019
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Brass Wall Plates

Brass electrical wall plates in various configurations for switches and receptacles. $1.00 each, or 4 for $3.00, or 7 for $4.00, or 10 for $5.00, […]

September 5, 2019
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Dimplex Baseboard Electric Heater

120/240 volts 250/500 watts approximate length 28″ beige in colour. Call Mike

September 5, 2019
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Custom Mahogany Dining Room Set

Just reduced and final listing! Custom, hand crafted by Lionel Rawlinson who was born in England arriving in Canada in 1883 where he learned his […]

September 5, 2019
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Ceramic Pots with Plants

Just reduced! 2 identical pots approx. 24″ in diameter and 21″ tall at $59 medium blue/green colour each. The biggest single pot approx. 32″ in […]

September 3, 2019
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Royal Doulton

Just reduced! I have six nearly new condition 5 piece settings and a serving dish in the Carlyle pattern. Call Mike

September 3, 2019
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Model Cars

Mattel Hot Wheel and other die cast model cars. Very detailed many with moving doors, trunks, hoods, steering, and suspension. Call Mike

September 3, 2019
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Tap Sets

Reduced price. Two tap sets, one new Peerless and still in the box asking $35. One slightly used tap set with gold accents 20.00. Take […]

September 1, 2019
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Lawn Roller

Just Reduced! Slightly used Garant steel lawn roller. 16″ diameter and 20″ wide. Just fill with water and roll away. Call Mike

September 1, 2019
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Plastic Sump Lids

Just reduced. 2 available $5 each. Call Mike

September 1, 2019
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Reduced price. Ab machine in good condition. Call Mike

September 1, 2019
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Pedicel Desk

Just reduced and will be delisted if not sold by Sept. 21. 3 drawer mahogany finish desk with protective glass top (glass is removable) and […]

August 22, 2019
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Picture Lights

Electric gold picture lights one with one bulb ($19) and the other has 2 bulbs ($29). Take both for $39. Mounts easily with 2 screws. […]

August 22, 2019

Community News

  • Crofton and Vesuvius Ferry Terminal Tres...

    by on September 20, 2019

    Please be advised that BC Ferries will be doing maintenance work on the Crofton and Vesuvius trestles. This work will take place from September 23 to November 1, 2019. There will be no impact to operations. Work will include replacement of piles, guardrails, deck boards and other minor items. A barge will be used to […]

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

    by on September 19, 2019

    Response Report: Salt Spring Island Firefighters responded to 58 calls the month of August. Operations The Ganges Fire Hall suffered two roof leaks over the month with the light summer rain. To rectify this issue before winter arrives a roofer and an engineer are needed. Work has been undertaken to arrange both of these tasks. […]

  • Wet Weather Notes from the Garden

    by on September 18, 2019

    The early onset of wet, cold, windy fall weather is catching a few late summer crops at a tricky time. Here are some notes on what to do right now, including responses to questions I’ve been asked recently: Seeds: If you are saving some of your own seeds this year and they are still out […]

  • Elizabeth May – Listening is the P...

    by on September 17, 2019

    As we open the menu for Canada’s election, how will Canadians choose the healthiest possibilities? Who looks most appetizing? We really must investigate the ingredients, starting with the one we know best, here in Saanich/Gulf Islands. Elizabeth May lifted a glass to us when she said, “It is the community spirit of our area that […]

  • 100 Men Who Care Launched on Salt Spring...

    by on September 16, 2019

    Part of being alive is the desire to help others through action. While there are many ways to accomplish this philanthropy, one common way is to give generously of our wealth and abundance. Who hasn’t donated to their favourite charity or not for profit organization? Doing so benefits both our neighbour and ourselves. However, most […]

  • Video and Photos: 2019 Salt Spring Fall ...

    by on September 15, 2019

    Friends, neighbours and visitors, welcome to the 2019 edition of the Salt Spring Island Fall Fair, an island tradition since 1896, celebrating the Agricultural Community’s efforts and successes. Our island has a rich and varied agricultural history and tradition that spans more than 150 years, since Confederation. The Salt Spring Island Farmers’ Institute, established in […]

  • Transition Salt Spring Leads New Climate...

    by on September 15, 2019

    The Climate Action Group, a project of Transition Salt Spring, is developing a citizen-led climate action plan to address the climate emergency. The plan, due to be released Spring 2020, will focus on the island’s transportation, food systems, land use, buildings and infrastructure and natural systems. This past August, they formed a steering committee to guide […]

  • 2019 Salt Spring Chamber Salty Awards &#...

    by on September 12, 2019

    Make someone you know a Salty Award winner! – Presenting the Salt Spring Community & Business Awards! Winners will receive a Salty Award and 29 awards will be given out two areas – Business and Community. You can nominate one business or community group/area per session during the nomination process. You will then be able […]

  • Artists from the Fringe: Nick’s St...

    by on September 10, 2019

    In this series, we share stories from Art Jam participants. Art Jam – a volunteer-run program of the Salt Spring Arts Council – provides a safe, welcoming space for members of our marginalized community, where they can be defined as creators and artists, rather than by the challenges they regularly face. By celebrating their unique […]

  • 2019 Pride Parade Photos and Video

    by on September 7, 2019

    Another beautiful celebration of Pride on Salt Spring Island today. Thousands of locals and visitors lined the street to celebrate the 15th annual Pride and the 12th celebration of the Pride Parade all through the streets of Ganges. Few communities the size of Salt Spring can boast of the energy and excitement and pride of […]

  • Affordable Rental Housing Cottages Surve...

    by on September 4, 2019

    Please join us on Saturday, September 7th for a Community Information Meeting regarding Bylaw No. 512 (Affordable Rental Housing – Cottages). This is an opportunity to learn more about the project and discuss the proposed rezoning of approximately 400 properties on Salt Spring Island to permit cottages for full-time residential rental, instead of “seasonal cottages” […]

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