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Restore & Refinish Antique Furniture

Cabinetmaker experienced with restoration and refinishing of antique and heritage furniture. Call Bernard to discuss your project.

July 18, 2018
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Complete 7 Piece Eastlake Victorian Parlour...

Over 150 years old, solid walnut that has not been stripped. Reupholstered in blue velvet with braided trim to keep original design. Set includes setee, […]

July 17, 2018



Vintage Wooden Courtyard Doors Purchased from HINCHCLIFF and LEE ANTIQUES in Calgary Retailed @ $5288.00 Have been kept in-doors in former home. Late 18th century. […]

July 12, 2018
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Antique Oak Desk / Hall Table / Sideboard

Antique Oak Desk / Sideboard / Hall or other Table. Heavily carved sides and Jacobean Barley twist legs and stretcher. Two drawers, with lion head […]

July 12, 2018
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Antique English Oak Console Table 1800̵...

Antique Oak Console or Side Table. Dark Oak. English. Circa 1800’s. Turned legs and spindles. Glass top. 48 W x 22 D x 34 H, […]

July 12, 2018
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1986 Honda Spree

Fun little 1986 Honda Spree. Has a cult following of owners at HondaSpree.net. This cutie has 24595 km, is 49cc, has 2.5L fuel capacity and […]

July 5, 2018


Antique low chest/bench from Bali

36x15x12.5 high Unique antique bench with removable sides and opening lid. Purchased from a shop going out of business importing directly from Bali – no […]

June 27, 2018


Look closely at this Canadian bank note fro...

Some 1954 Bank of Canada bank notes contain a RARE print anomaly which appears to show a leering devils face in the Queens hair to […]

June 11, 2018


Why is this bank note worth more than $20 ?...

In all Bank of Canada Bank Notes dated 1954 their is a RARE printing anomaly which appears to show a leering devils face. Can you […]

June 11, 2018

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Local Stories

  • Farmland Trust Breaks Ground for The Roo...

    by on July 18, 2018

    Salt Spring Island, July 12, 2018 – This week the Salt Spring Island Farmland Trust begins construction of the new local food centre The Root at 189 Beddis Road, and officially kicks off The Root community fundraising campaign. “If you love eating produce and foods from Salt Spring Island and would like to see even […]

  • Winter Planting and Garden Editing

    by on July 18, 2018

    Many vegetables for harvest over the winter and early next spring should be planted at this time of year. So take advantage of the somewhat cooler weather forecast for the next few days to sow seeds of beets, chard and leaf beet, rutabaga, radicchio, kohlrabi and the small, quick growing, cabbage varieties (e.g., ‘Caraflex F1’, […]

  • Salt Spring’s Firefighters – Josh ...

    by on July 12, 2018

    My wife and I and our four children moved to Salt Spring from the lower mainland in 2016. We wanted to raise our kids in a smaller community and were attracted by the beauty and pace of life here. The opportunity we needed to realize our dream came when my wife, Erin, a Registered Midwife, […]

  • Video: Bike Park Build in Progress

    by on July 10, 2018

    Well Salt Spring Island families and kids are in for a real treat. The amazing local team behind the creation of the Salt Spring Lions Memorial Bike Park appears to making something really special that fits in with our community values of preserve and protect. We went and had a little tour of the land shaping […]

  • Ruckle Park Heritage Conservation Manage...

    by on July 9, 2018

    The Friends of Ruckle Park Heritage Society is delighted to announce that it is receiving its first and most generous grant to guide future improvements to Ruckle Park heritage. The Heritage Legacy Fund has provided $10,000 to help with the creation of a “Ruckle Park Heritage Conservation Management Plan”, which will not only serve Ruckle […]

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

    by on July 9, 2018

    During the month of May 2018, the Salt Spring Island Fire Rescue (SSIFR) responded to 62 incidents. These included: 21 medical incidents, 16 open burn incidents, 7 motor vehicle incidents (MVI), 3 brush fires and 2 reports of a suspected brush fire, 4 calls for assistance, 1 structure fire, 1 reported structure fire, 2 alarms […]

  • New Specialized Community Paramedic

    by on July 4, 2018

    Salt Spring has a new medical resource – a specialized paramedic who does home visits. Chris Griffiths is a rural advanced care paramedic and part of the provincial Community Paramedic Program. The program, started in 2015, is now in close to 100 rural and remote communities in the province, but only six communities have been […]

  • Video: Kipp Nash, Captain Fantastic Gymn...

    by on July 3, 2018

    Kipp Nash, Captain Fantastic Gymnastics, pulled together a cycling rally for his birthday on Tuesday, July 3rd. The aim is to help get the Fulford-Ganges Road improved for cycling. This great video by Bill Warriner shows the Happy Birthday ride and some realities of cycling on Salt Spring. Stay tuned for a concerted push by […]

  • Interpretive Panels Moves Forward with B...

    by on July 3, 2018

    Island Pathways is receiving a much-needed boost of $4100 to support its interpretive panels program, which will highlight the history of heritage locations and building along the Ganges Village Pathway Network. The funding comes through the Heritage Legacy Fund, the only provincial grant program that supports heritage conservation, awareness, planning and Indigenous partnership projects. Island […]

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