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Need simple alterations

Thanks to North End gym, I have clothes that need taking in, mostly on the side seams of dresses. I failed sewing! Can you help?

15 hours ago


Wanted-someone to sew damaged boat top canv...

Otter damaged my boat top canvas-ripped but clean- and I would like to find someone that can sew a new panel in.

December 10, 2017
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Help Cleaning up and Stacking Wood

Could use some help with cleanup in the yard including stacking a pile of wood, raking, clipping etc. If interested please give us a call […]

December 8, 2017
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Seeking Fireplace Repair

I am looking for someone who can do a fireplace repair of an older fireplace that has refractory brick panels that are deteriorating. If you […]

December 3, 2017

$15-20 per hour

Cook Required

I need someone to cook dinner for myself and my eight year old daughter most nights per week. I can offer 30-50 hours of work […]

December 3, 2017


Short Term Contract – Grant Research

The Salt Spring Island Local Action Team (LAT) of the Child and Youth Mental Health and Substance Use Collaborative is seeking support from a skilled […]

November 24, 2017

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Pants urgently in need of repair

I have several critically ripped pairs of denim jeans I love that I need repaired, so if you have a sewing machine in your possession […]

November 21, 2017
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V8K 1R7

Model needed Friday morning

Hello SSI! I am looking for a female red-haired or brunette model in their late teens, early twenties for tomorrow (Friday) morning for 45 minutes. […]

November 16, 2017

Delivery Driver Needed

I need an experienced cube truck driver for minimum one day a week running courier services to and from Victoria. Must be physically strong with […]

November 15, 2017
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