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ISO part-time cleaning help

In search of someone to help clean our cottage sporadically over the next couple months- through to the summer (our current help just gave notice). […]

22 hours ago
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Moving Firewood

Hello, Please read the add carefully, I’m looking to hire somebody to move some piles of firewood using a wheelbarrow. It is up a slope, […]

December 11, 2018



I have 3 years of experience working construction, demolition and as a general laborer. I am open to doing many different jobs and am a […]

December 8, 2018
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25 hr

Shovelling and salting

To be able to salt parking lots and sidewalks as well as shovel sidewalks Text 250-329-8878 Or email Whoaveraine1@gmail.com

December 7, 2018


Looking for welder

Need a muffler / pipe welder on a 78 mustang

November 30, 2018
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We are seeking a housesitter and will exchange a room for driving a family member on a set morning and evening schedule 4 times a […]

November 22, 2018
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Yard Cleanup

Just moved into my new home and need your help – getting yard ready for winter.

November 17, 2018

To be arranged

Waned: help bucking logs this weekend

I need some help this weekend to buck several logs on our property. Chainsaw necessary. Skilled operator. Please respond with your experience and rate. Thanks

November 17, 2018
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My Pacific Energy wood stove needs the cable replaced. Looking for a person who is familiar and capable of the job. Thanks.

November 14, 2018

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