Community Easter Egg Hunt April 16

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Council Minutes for April 3 Regular Meeting, April 5 Public Hearing, April 5 Special Meeting and April 11 Special Meeting

Please click the following links to download the above noted Regular Meeting, Special Meetings and Public Hearing.

Apr 3 Regular Council Minutes

April 5 Minutes of the Public Hearing

April 5 Minutes of the Special Meeting of the Council

Apr 11 Minutes of the Special Meeting of the Council

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Children’s Health Services Navigator

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Community Development Coordinator: Contract Position

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Gold Riverites Invited to Attend the All Candidates Meet & Greet April 22 in Campbell River

ALL CANDIDATES
Meet & Greet!
it’s happening on Earth Day…
Saturday April 22, 1-3 pm
at the Campbell River Library
Shoppers Row
“Chat with your candidates
& ask them for their views
on topics that concern you”
Coffee courtesy of Tim Hortons
Sponsored by CR Council of Canadians
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FREE! Nobody’s Perfect Parenting Program at the GR Literacy Society

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The Bears are Awake

Conservation Officer Steve Petrovic wants to once again remind us that the bears are awake and hungry after a long Winter.  I think by now we all know what we should and shouldn’t do, but Officer Petrovic is especially suggesting not to put our garbage out on Wednesday until the last minute we possible can.

If you do by chance encounter a bear, know what to do and teach your family members what to do:

Do not feed bears. It’s against the law to feed dangerous wildlife.

Remain calm. Do not run or climb a tree. Slowly back away, talking to the bear in a quiet, monotone voice. Do not scream, turn your back on the bear, kneel down or make direct eye contact.

Keep away from the bear. Do not try to get closer to it. If the bear gets too close, use pepper spray (within 7 metres) or something else to threaten or distract it.

Stay together. If you are with others, act as a group. Keep children close – pick up and carry small children.

Go indoors. Bring pets indoors if possible.

Watch the bear until it leaves. Make sure the bear has a clear escape route. After the bear is gone and it’s safe, make sure there is nothing in the area that will attract bears back again.

For detailed information on how we can manage bear behaviours and help keep them out of trouble (and out of town) please visit Managing Bear Conflicts.

Contact the Conservation Officer Service at 1-877-952-7277 (RAPP) if a bear poses an immediate threat or danger to public safety.

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Two New Listings with Dawn Dakin CENTURY21 Arbutus Realty

523 Muchalat Court: $198,000

523 MUCHALAT COURT – This 1900 sqft home has plenty of room for a family needing room to spread out! Located in a cul de sac this house has main level living with bedrooms upstairs. Updated interior with oak mouldings and oak staircase. Closed in garage and a fantastic semi private backyard that you can drive into; perfect for boat or RV parking. This home has been taken care of and it shows!

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#50 500 Muchalat Place: $70,000

#50 500 MUCHALAT PLACE – 1500 sq ft of affordable living. Low strata fee, semi private easy to maintain fenced backyard. With so much living space and at this price this unit a great option! This is a south facing unit, so there is so much natural light. Eat in kitchen and formal dining area with patio doors to back yard. Master bedroom has a nice size walk in closet and a balcony where you can look out at the beautiful mountain views! This unit is in good condition just needs updating. There is so much you can do to this unit to really make it your own.

For more information or to view these listings, please contact Dawn Dakin Century 21 Arbutus Realty, Office: 250-283-7515 ext 202 Cell: 250-203-6512.

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Pitch In Gold River April 23

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Writs Issued for the 41st Provincial General Election

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
April 11, 2017

VICTORIA – The writs have been issued for British Columbia’s 41st Provincial General Election.

“Eligible voters can vote from now until the polls close on General Voting Day,” said Keith Archer, Chief Electoral Officer. “B.C. has the most accessible voting system in Canada, and we encourage all eligible voters to cast a ballot.”

General Voting Day is Tuesday, May 9. Voting places throughout the province will be open on General Voting Day from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. (Pacific time). Advance voting is available on April 29 and April 30, and from May 3 to May 6. Advance voting places are open from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. (local time).

Voting is also available at district electoral offices from now until 4 p.m. on General Voting Day, and by mail. Vote by mail packages can be requested through a district electoral office, on Elections BC’s website, or by calling 1-800-661-8683.

Voters can find more information about where, when and how to vote on Elections BC’s website. It includes a Where to Vote application that shows voting places, their hours, and directions on a Google Map. The Where to Vote application is available at elections.bc.ca/wtv.

Where to Vote cards will be distributed starting April 20, and the dates, times and locations for advance and general voting opportunities will be published in community newspapers throughout B.C.

Voter registration by phone at 1-800-661-8683 closes at 8 p.m. (Pacific time) tonight. Voter registration online at elections.bc.ca/ovr closes at 11:59 p.m. (Pacific time) tonight. Eligible voters can still register or update their voter registration when they vote.

All voters must prove their identity and residential address to receive a ballot. A complete list of acceptable identification is available at elections.bc.ca.

Candidate nominations close at 1 p.m. (Pacific time) on Tuesday, April 18. Nomination papers must be submitted to the district electoral officer for the district the candidate intends to run in.

For more information, visit elections.bc.ca, follow Elections BC on social media, or call 1-800-661-8683.

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