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Elect P. Anna Paddon your Candidate for the Crofton/Cowichan Region in the upcoming BC Provincial Election, May 14, 2013. Please volunteer and donate your services. Please nominate, endorse P. Anna ...

Elect P. Anna Paddon your Candidate for the Crofton/Cowichan Region in the upcoming BC Provincial Election, May 14, 2013. Please volunteer and donate your services. Please nominate, endorse P. Anna Paddon.

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  • BC Election 2013 A look at polling leading to the May 14, 2013 election Cowichan Valley 2009 Election Results: Party Candidate Votes % $ Spent NDP Bill Routley12468 48.2 75060 BC Liberal Cathy Basskin 9258 35.8 45664 Green Simon Lindley 3062 11.8 7849 Conservative Jason Murray 924 3.6 1344 BC Refed Michial Moore 139 0.5 296 Total / Turnout 25851 63.3
  • Richmond-Steveston 2009 Election Results: Party Candidate Votes % $ Spent BC LiberalJohn Yap13167 60.888320 NDPSue Wallis5925 27.314402 GreenJeff Hill1491 6.9100 ConservativeBarry Chilton1082 5.0450 Total / Turnout 21665 51.6 Richmond Centre 2009 Election Results: Party Candidate Votes % $ Spent BC Liberal Rob Howard 10483 61.5 91261 NDP Kam Brar 4949 29.0 12097 Green Michael Wolfe 1213 7.1 0 Nation Alliance Kang Chen 409 2.4 8 Total / Turnout 17054 40.8
  • Port Moody-Coquitlam April 19, 2012 By-Election Results: Party Candidate Votes % $ Spent NDP Joe Trasolini 6247 54.3 BC Liberal Dennis Marsden 3484 30.3 BC Conservative Christine N. Clarke 1766 15.4 Total / Turnout 11497 32.2 2009 Election Results: Party Candidate Votes % $ Spent BC Liberal Iain Black 9979 52.2 78457 NDP Shannon Watkins 7614 39.8 73297 Green Rebecca Helps 1261 6.6 798 Your Political Party James Filippelli 198 1.0 525 BC Refed Donna Vandekerkhove 82 0.4 253 Total / Turnout 19134 58.0

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  • Election May 14, 2013 Are you interested on working on my campaign? Financial Agent; Business Supporters; Staff. Elect P. Anna Paddon May 14 2013 MLA for North Cowichan District. Your Member of the Legislative Assembly. This financing report includes the following forms: FormsCheck list All Candidates: X Statement of Election Income and Expenses – Form St-I&E-E Summary of Expenses – Form Sm-E Summary of Political Contributions by Class – Form Sm-C Political Contributions of Money / Property / Services over $250 – Form S-A1 Permitted Anonymous Contributions Accepted at Functions – Form S-A2 Prohibited Contributions – Form S-Ax Personal Expenses Paid by Financial Agent – Form Sm-PE1Email Addresses Personal Expenses Paid by Candidate – Form Sm-PE2constitutiontunnel@hotmail.ca Summary of Fundraising Functions – Form Sm-F Fundraising Function – Form S-Fconstitutiontunnel@live.ca Loans and Guarantees – Form S-L1paz4tunnel@hotmail.ca Loans / Debts Forgiven / Written Off – Form S-L2 Transfers Received – Form S-T-Rcv Transfers Given – Form S-T-Giv
  • Email Addresses Overviewconstitutiontunnel@hotmail.caconstitutiontunnel@live.capaz4tunnel@hotmail.ca Date of Election May 14, 2013 The main plans: Cowichan Valley http://www.cvrd.bc.ca/index.aspx? nid=224May 14, 2012 to 2013. One Year PlanMay 14, 2012/13: Organize and Prepare Regis-tration for Elections BC for electionPrepare for Elections BC Requirements, Regis- Arrange to Canvas Houses in Election Area for 75 Signatures.tration Appointment of Auditor 321 11-01 Appointment of Candidate Representative Scrutineer Candidate Rep Runner-Messenger 344 08-11 s. 41.2, 70 Appointment of deputy financial agent 326 11-01 s. 178-2 NominationArea “D” Crofton: buy a business in Crofton, Appointment of Financial Agent 325 11-01 s. 176-2 Nomination Appointment of official agent 327 12-01 s. 69 NominationHouse.
  • Election May 14, 2013 Are you interested on working on my campaign? Financial Agent; Business Supporters; Staff. Elect P. Anna Paddon May 14 2013 MLA for North Cowichan District. Your Member of the Legislative Assembly. Have you looked at the provincial and local issues for your district? Did you look at the names of your MLA and the candidates for the upcoming election? Look at my websites? My Website Are these issues important to you? Leave a message on your views. Support Constitution Tunnel, high speed rail and highway. What concerns you about the development? What concerns you about the areas where you live, work, or go to school? Usually at this point, people fall into one of 3 categories: 1- This is not for me, I am comfortable where I am, I wont vote or Ill vote the way I or my family has. At this point I do not need to make improvements in my life. Right now, Constitution Tunnel is not what is most important in directing my life. However, I would still like to be able to travel at a discount for the rest of my life and your life. 2- I think I want to do this but I am not sure. I need more information before I can decide. 3- This makes complete sense to me. I am sick and tired of the rat race. I am ready to take control of my financial future and get started today! So which one are you, Contact P. Anna Paddon and tell her what is important to you? Just reply to this email or leave a message on the webpage and let me know. Once I know, I can take action based on what is important to you! I look forward to your email! Chose from the following forms if you are interested in volunteering, holding a fundraiser, financial supporter, donation of service and/or business personal goods. Your complete information name and adrees is needed and other people will see the goods you have donated office or salon hair : FormsCheck list All Candidates: X. Sign. Be one of the 75 required Nominators. Statement of Election Income and Expenses – Form St-I&E-E. Summary of Expenses – Form Sm-E Summary of Political Contributions by Class – Form Sm-C. Political Contributions of Money / Property / Services over $250 – Form S- A1Email Addresses Permitted Anonymous Contributions Accepted at Functions – Form S-A2. Prohibited Contributions – Form S-Ax Personal Expenses Paid by Financial Agent – Form Sm-PE1. Personal Expenses Paid by Candidate – Form Sm-PE2constitutiontunnel@hotmail.ca Summary of Fundraising Functions – Form Sm-F. Fundraising Function – Form S-Fconstitutiontunnel@live.ca Loans and Guarantees – Form S-L1. Loans / Debts Forgiven / Written Off – Form S-L2paz4tunnel@hotmail.ca Transfers Received – Form S-T-Rcv Transfers Given – Form S-T-Giv
  • Date of Election May 14, 2013 If you wish to have INDE PENDENT noted on the ballot, mark the YES box. Individuals who represent unregistered political parties may not appear asINDEPENDENT on the ballot. In order to have INDEPENDENT on the ballot you must also make a solemn declaration as to your independent status before a Commissioner for Taking Affidavits for British Columbia.This solemn declaration may be made free of charge before the Chief Electoral Officer, District Electoral Officer, Deputy District Electoral Officer, or Government Agent. sworn [or solemnly affirmed] before me N o m in a t io n B o o k le t I request that my status of 320 Independent T h e n o m in a t io n r e q u ir e s be printed on the ballot. I, swear [or solemnly affirm] that I am independent and am not a representative of a political party. S ig n e d D e c la r a t io n s o f at: city / town date: (yyyy / mm / dd) signature of nominee  commissioner for taking affidavits for BritishColumbia 7 5 vo te rs f r o m t h e N . C o warning: Signing a false statement is a serious offence and is subject to significant penalties [section 266]. w ic h a n E l e c t o r  l This includes. the Chief Electoral Officer, District Electoral Officers, public notaries, barristers, solicitors and Government Agents. a D is t r ic t  You must consent to your nomination. Read the statement carefully before you sign it. I consent to my nomination as candidate and I declare that all information contained within this application is, to the best of my knowledge and belief, true and correct. signature of nominee date: (yyyy / mm / dd) warning: Signing a false statement is a serious offense and is subject to significant penalties [section 266]. A nomination is not made unless all of the required documents are completed and filed. A nominee becomes a candidate when all required documents and the nomination deposit are accepted and a certificate of candidacy is issued.If any of the facts in the nomination document change after filing, they may be amended by requesting the correction in writing to the District Electoral Officer or Chief Electoral Officer. The nomination application includes the following required documents, completed and filed/ for registration/filing, later date or present, $ 250.00 deposit: Email Addresses Appointment of Financial Agent - 325 Nomination booklet – 320: constitutiontunnel@hotmail.ca Statement of disclosure: constitutiontunnel@live.ca Appointment of auditor – 321: App ointment of deputy financial agent - 326 optional: paz4tunnel@hotmail.ca Appointment of official agent - 327 optional
  • VOLUNTEERS Nomination requires 75 signed declarations. More than therequired 75 voters from the Cowichan Electoral District would mean they like the policies I and we are presenting for legislation. N o m in a t io n B o o k le t 3 2 0 Email AddressesInstructions (continued) constitutiontunnel@hotmail.caYour nomination requires the signed declarations of 75 voters of the electoral district in which you wish constitutiontunnel@live.cato seek election. It is your obligation to ensure that at least 75 qualified voters sign your nomination. paz4tunnel@hotmail.ca It is advisable to have more than 75 voters signatures to ensure that enough valid signatures areobtained.Nominators do not have to be registered voters. However, it is strongly recommended to have registeredvoters sign your nomination booklet to ensure the nominators meet the qualifications.Nominators may only nominate one individual in an election.To be a nominator, an individual must:• be a Canadian citizen• be at least 18 years of age, or if an election is in progress, be 18 years of age or more on GeneralVoting Dayfor the election• be a resident of the electoral district• have been a resident of B.C. for the immediately preceding six months• not be disqualified from votingNominators must provide their residential address. Mailing addresses are NOT acceptable, andmay invalidate your nomination.
  • Election May 14, 2013 Are you interested on working on my campaign? Financial Agent; Business Supporters; Staff. http://www.elections.bc.ca/index.php/resource-centre/forms/#A Candidate Election Financing Report Candidate Election Political Par- ties Political Party Registration Political Parties Political Party Registration Questions? For more information Phone toll-free 1-800-661-8683 / TTY 1-888-456-5448 or contact Elections British Columbia Mailing Address: PO Box 9275 Stn Prov Govt, Vic- toria, BC V8W 9J6 Phone: 250-387-5305Email Addresses Fax: 250-387-3578 Toll-free Fax: 1-866-466-0665constitutiontunnel@hotmail.ca Email: electionsbc@elections.bc.caconstitutiontunnel@live.ca Website: www.elections.bc.capaz4tunnel@hotmail.ca
  • Nanaimo-North Cowichan Population: 79,000is a provincial electoral district in British Columbia, Canada established by the Electoral Districts Act, 2008. It is currently represented byDoug Routley, (British Columbia New Democratic Party). http://www.cvrd.bc.ca/DocumentView.aspx? DID=581 Email Addresses constitutiontunnel@hotmail.ca constitutiontunnel@live.ca paz4tunnel@hotmail.ca
  • Cowichan Valley Totem Poles in Duncan Population: 79,000 BC, the City of Totems Email AddressesCowichan Valley from Mt. Prevost in Duncan,with Saltspring Island in the distance. constitutiontunnel@hotmail.caView maps of the area: constitutiontunnel@live.ca paz4tunnel@hotmail.ca Totem Poles in Duncan BC, the City of Totems. View of the Cowichan Valley from Mt. Prevost in Duncan, with Saltspring Island in the distance. View maps of the area: Map of the Wineries of the Cowichan Valley. Map of South Vancouver Island The Cowichan Valley ranges north across the Malahat Ridge from Victoria through the Cowichan and Chemainus Valleys to Nanaimo, including a cross-island trip to Carmanah-Walbran Provincial Park. This slice of southern Vancouver Island covers the country between Port Renfrew and near Bamfield on the west coast, and Malahat and Nanaimo on the east side of Vancouver Island. Most of the population lives along the east coast, where farming in the lush, rolling Cowichan and Chemainus Valleys has gone hand in hand with logging since Vancouver Island was an independent Crown colony. The heart of agriculture lies south of Nanaimo, the Hub City, and this pastoral atmosphere persists as you make you way north towards Parksville. However, its hard to ignore the slopes of the Vancouver Island Mountains that begin to nudge travellers closer to the coastline for wont of wide valley bottoms. Most roads west peter out quickly in the face of this granitic tour de force. The exception is the cross-island melange of paved highway and gravel logging roads that link the sheltered Cowichan Valley with the storm-battered community of Bamfield on the west coast. A greater contrast is hard to find, which is what makes exploring this region so fascinating. Theres plenty of easygoing adventuring to be found by sticking to the main routes, although everyone should treat themselves to a backroad or two where the valleys meet the Strait of Georgia. There are beaches here the likes of which are found nowhere else on the coast, with views that engender intimacy with the landscape, yet emphasize its isolation. Whether its adrenaline or unwinding you crave, youll find it here. Enjoy world-class kayaking, the best flyfishing anywhere, hiking through ancient rainforests, championship year-round golf or cruising our spectacular coastline. Follow all of that with a gourmet meal at the vineyard, a stroll through seaside shops, an evening of live theatre and youll start to see the world differently. The Pacific Marine Circle Tour is an excellent way to explore the historic West Coast of Vancouver Island. The wilderness route traces the coastline from Victoria through Sooke and Port Renfrew, continuing onto the Cowichan Valley and looping back down the Trans-Canada Highway via Duncan to Victoria. Population: 79,000 Location: The most westerly section of the 4,850-mile (7809-km) Trans-Canada Highway (Highway 1) runs north-south through southern Vancouver Island between Victoria and Nanaimo, a distance of 70 miles (113 km). Highway 14 runs 22 miles (35 km) north of Nanaimo to Parksville, and beyond to the northern end of Vancouver Island. Highway 4 links Parksville with Port Alberni, Ucluelet, and Tofino on the west side of Vancouver Island. Highway 18 is an 18-mile (29-km) stretch of blacktop that runs east-west from Highway 1 through the Cowichan Valley between Duncan and Youbou. From Youbou a series of logging roads leads 67 miles (108 km) west to Bamfield on the west coast of Vancouver Island. A ferry service from Brentwood Bay on the Saanich Peninsula to Mill Bay at the north end of Malahat Drive also connects with Highway 1. BC Ferries connects the Lower Mainland with Nanaimos Departure Bay from the Horseshoe Bay terminal in West Vancouver, and Duke Point from the Tsawwassen terminal in Delta. BC Ferries also connects with southern Vancouver Island at Crofton from Vesuvius Bay on Salt Spring Island, and with Chemainus from Thetis and Kuper Islands.
  • Email Addressesconstitutiontunnel@hotmail.ca Cowichan Valleyconstitutiontunnel@live.ca Population: 79,000 The following towns are located in the Cowichan Valley:paz4tunnel@hotmail.caTheThe following towns arein the Cowichan Valley: following towns are located located in the Cowichan Valley: The following towns are located in the Cowichan Valley: ● Chemainus Chemainus ● Ladysmith ● former coastal millmill town history,transformed transformed itself into the worlds largest outdoor art gallery, capturing can stop many of its originalhistory, its people TheThe former coastal expressing its of Chemainusitself into theon huge heritage muralsart gallery, capturing and town of Chemainus its people and its future worlds largest outdoor Ladysmith is a spirited and picturesque community with restored. Visitors travelling the Island Highway its heritage buildings recently and expressingand take a stroll along First Av- at Ladysmith and painted on theon huge heritage murals painted on the sides of buildings, attracting visitors from around the world. its future sides of buildings, attracting visitors from around the world. enue for a look at the turn-of-the century buildings. Cobble Hill Cobble Hill Lake Cowichan Surrounded by a picturesque landscape, the tiny farming village of Cobble Hill is a creative com- Cowichan Lake is one of the largest bodies of freshwater on Vancouver Island, at over 30km long. Surrounded by galleries run by locallandscape, the tinysculptors, potters and totem pole munity boasting a picturesque artists, including painters, farming village of Cobble Hill is a creative community boasting to some of the most spectacular campingincluding The town of Lake Cowichan is the gateway galleries run by local artists, and hiking painters, sculptors, potters and totem pole carvers. carvers. available on the island. The south arm of the lake is a heat trap, boasting the highest average sum- mer maximum temperatures in Canada - over 24 degrees Celsius! Cowichan Bay Cowichan Bay Cowichan Bay and the surrounding area is home to a host of artists, craftspeople, The village of Malahat Theand cottage industries - including some fine local wineries. village of Cowichan Bay and the surrounding area is home to a host of artists, craftspeople, Victoria, Malahat Drive climbs through imposing mature forests and over rugged Travelling north from and cottage industries - including some fine local wineries. mountainside before dropping down into the Cowichan Valley. The Malahat is of great ceremonial Cowichan Station significance to the Malahat First Nation, whose ancestors used the caves for spiritual enchancement. The mountain is one of the most sacred sites on southern Vancouver Island. Cowichan Station is ain 1885 as a stop-off for the EsquimaltIslandNanaimo Railway. Cowichan Sta- Cowichan Station Junction, established small community located west of the and Highway, near Whippletree Cowichan built to service a small community located west of the Island Highway, near Whippletree Junction, established in 1885 as a stop-off for the Es- tion was Station is settlers living in the area, as well as the logging and copper mine opera- Maple Bay quimalt locatedNanaimo Railway. Cowichan Station was built to service settlers living in the area, as wellby smooth, logging and copper mine one of the finestloc- a tions and on Mount Sicker and Mount Prevost. Maple Bay is a pretty seaside community that bustles with marine activity all operations narrow inlet and surrounded as the pebbled beaches, Maple Bay offers year round. Located in natural ated on Mount Sicker and Mount Prevost. Crofton harbours on the West Coast. Cradled by verdant hillsides and surrounding mountains, the active community of Crofton is situ- Crofton on the calm waters of Osborne Bay, with great views of Saltspring Island a short ferry ride ated Mesachie Lake Cradled by verdant hillsides and surrounding mountains, the active community of The small a is situated1942 the calm waters been transformed into a with great life- across the channel. Croftoncommunity of Mesachie Lake is located on the south shore of Cowichan Lake. Mesachie Lake was mill town from on to 1968, and has since of Osborne Bay, tranquil country views of Saltspring Island a short ferry ride across the channel. Duncan style community, surrounded by mountains, waterways, and rural woodlands. Duncan is the civic centre of the Cowichan Valley and the traditional home of the Coast Salish Duncan nation. Known as the City of Totems, Duncan boasts over 41 distinctive hand-carved cedar First Mill Bay poles on public display in parks and downtown streets. Located at the south end of the Cowichan Valley, travellers on the Island Highway can stop in at Mill Duncan is the civic centre of the Cowichan Valley and the traditional home of the Coast enjoy the villagesnation. Known asand wonderful Gulf Island views. Bay and Salish First quiet waterfront streets the City of Totems, Duncan boasts Bay 41 distinctive hand-carved cedar poles on public display in parks and downtown streets. Genoa over Genoa Bay is a quiet and picturesque bay on the north side of Cowichan Bay, at the south end of Shawnigan Lake Shawnigan Lake is a fashionable summer recreation and cottage area, and a favourite weekend get- Genoa Bay Narrows.visit and relax. Marina is a rustic hideaway full of old wooden sailboats - an in- Sansum teresting place to The Genoa Bay away spot. The Village is a well-known venue for arts and craft shows, and hosts a small but excel- Genoa Bay is a quiet and picturesque bay on the north side of Cowichan Bay, at the museum.end of Sansum Narrows. The Genoa Bay Marina is a rustic lent south hideaway full of old wooden sailboats - an interesting place to visit and relax. Glenora The small farming community of Glenora is nestled in the Cowichan Valley, near Duncan. About Westholme two-thirds of Glenora is devoted to vineyards and farming, while the remainder supports rural and The small community of Westholme is located alongside the Island Highway, between Chemainus Glenora residential lifestyles. There are approximately 250 homes and businesses in Glenora. and Duncan, offering beautiful farmlands and mountain landscapes. The small farming community of Glenora is nestled in the Cowichan Valley, near Duncan. About two-thirds of Glenora is devoted to vineyards and farming, while thearemainder supports rural and residentialLake. The townThere are Youboubeautiful little community of Youbou isbusinessesnorthGlenora. Honeymoon Bay Honeymoon Bay is quaint little town on the southeastern shore of Cowichan lifestyles. of- approximately 250 homes and located on the in shore of Cowichan Lake, west of The fers beautiful views of Bald Mountain, RV campsites, and the popular Gordon Bay Provincial Park. Duncan and a 25-minute drive west of the community of Lake Cowichan. The former mill town Honeymoon Bay provides a good public beach and extensive recreational opportunities, including fishing, boating and Honeymoon Bay is a quaint little town on the southeastern shore of Cowichan Lake. The town offers beautiful views of Bald Mountain, RV campsites, hiking. and the popular Gordon Bay Provincial Park. Ladysmith Ladysmith is a spirited and picturesque community with many of its original heritage buildings recently restored. Visitors travelling the Island Highway can stop at Ladysmith and take a stroll along First Avenue for a look at the turn-of-the century buildings.
  • www.escapetosaltspring.com/Crofton_BC/page_1838600.htmlCowichan Valley Regional District Area “D” Zoning Bylaw Amend Bylaws ADVERTISEMENT FROM A REALTOR: Crofton BC is a Pulp Mill town and the mill was built Email Addresses in 1958. It is under a lot of pressure to stay profitable if it closes it would be terrible for the constitutiontunnel@hotmail.ca local workers but www.escapetosaltspring.com/Crofton_BC/page_1838600.html Crofton BC - Salt Spring Island BC homes for sale constitutiontunnel@live.ca paz4tunnel@hotmail.ca Population: 79,000Transportation-North Cowichan (Canada 2011 Census population 28,807) is a District municipality on Vancouver Island in British Columbia, Canada and is in the Cowichan Valley Regional District. North Cowichan is marked by a beautiful landscape including gorgeous forests, beaches, rivers and lakes.North Cowichan is serviced by the Maple Bay Airport (YAQ), which offers services to Vancouver Downtown, Vancouver Airport, Ganges on Salt Spring Island and Bedwell Harbour on Pender Island. Service is provided by Saltspring Air and Harbour Air.The British Columbia Highway 1 traverses the municipality. Bus service in the municipality is provided by the Cowichan Valley Regional District.Located on the east coast of Vancouver Island, North Cowichan is centrally located between the cities of Victoria to the south, and Nanaimo to the north. Vancouver is located to the east, separated by the Strait of Georgia. Spanning 193.98 square kilometers North Cowichan includes the communities of Chemainus, Crofton, Maple Bay and South End.Sheltered by the mountains of the central Island and the Olympic Peninsula, North Cowichan has a temperate, Mediterranean-like climate, with mild, damp winters with little snowfall and warm, dry summers. North Cowichan enjoys Canada’s warmest mean temperature.Crofton, British Columbia, Canada, is a small coastal town that is part of the District of North Cowichan on Vancouver Island in British Columbia. The population is estimated at 2,500 people. It is about 74 km north of Victoria.Geology: The last glacial period, the Fraser Glaciation occurred between 29,000 and 15,000 years ago. The glaciers that formed carved out the Cowichan Valley and left behind glacier till up to 30 metres thick. These fertile lands and mild climate have led to a history rich in agriculture.
  • Email Addresses North Cowichan Election May 14 2013constitutiontunnel@hotmail.caconstitutiontunnel@live.capaz4tunnel@hotmail.ca The HVDC Vancouver Island is the name for HVDC interconnection between the Vancouver Island Terminal (VIT) nearNorth Cowichan has a population of 27,557 people in 2006, North Cowichan, British Columbiawhich was an increase of 5.4% from the 2001 census count. on Vancouver Island at 48°4939"N 123°4255"WThe median family income in 2006 for North Cowichan was and the Arnott Substation$62,125, which is below the British Columbia provincial average (ARN) nearof $65,787.l "cite_note-1 Delta, British Columbia at 49°531"N 123°231"W on the Canadian mainland,North Cowichan is served by three newspapers – the Cowichan News which went into operation inLeader Pictorial, the Cowichan Valley Citizen, and the Chemainus 1968 and was extended in 1977. HVDC VancouverCourier. North Cowichan is also serviced by CJSU-FM (SunFM), a Island consists of threemember of Vista Radio. overhead line sections with a total length of 42 kilometres and two submarine cable sections Location of North Cowichan in British Columbia with a length of 33Coordinates: Coordinates: 48°49′25″N 123°43′9″W Country kilometres.VancouverCanada Province British Columbia Regional District CVRD In- Island Transmission Reinforecment Project ∎corporated 1873 Government • Mayor Tom Walker • Govern- British Columbia ....ing body North Cowichan Council • MPs Jean Crowder • MLAs Acronyms. AC alternatingBill Routley Area • Total 195.54 km2 (75.50 sq mi) Population current. BC Hydro British Columbia Hydro and(2011) • Total 28,807 • Density 147.48°4925"N 123°439"W Power ... A 300-kV high3/km2 (382/sq mi) Time zone PST (UTC−8) • Summer (DST) voltage direct currentPDT (UTC−7) Area code(s) +1-250 Website (HVDC) system installed in 1969 and. 1976Municipality of North Cowichan
  • Elections North Cowichan Crofton Area D Platform Arrange to Canvas Houses in Election Area for 75 Signatures. 69 Nomination Education:Free 1st and 2nd year university Transportation: Tunnel High Speed Rail and Highway. Brentwood Bay: Recycling Environ Island, arranged financing for Reserve to develop. Brentwood Bay Bridge BC Ferry Re-allocation Industry Development Business Development Protect Vancouver Island Parks & Estuaries Planned Community Development Education Upgrade Technology at local Schools Education Arrange Fundraisers for Used Laptops in excellent working order dis- tribute to students, seniors, homeless, pub- lic. Emplotment Opportunities Working Online Direct Deposit/ Free use Visa.Email Addressesconstitutiontunnel@hotmail.caconstitutiontunnel@live.capaz4tunnel@hotmail.ca
  • Elections Electoral Areas G Map Electoral Area A - Alec McPherson Cassidy, Cedar, Yellowpoint, South Welling- ton: Regional Growth Management Electoral Area B - Howard Houle Gabriola, DeCourcy, Mudge Islands: Liquid Waste Management Planning Electoral Area C - Maureen Young Extension, Arrowsmith-Benson, East Wellington, Pleasant Valley,Electoral Area C (Extension, Arrowsmith-Benson) and Elec- toral Area D (East Wellington and Pleasant Valley). Lantzville incorporated as a munici- pality in June, 2003, leaving a remainder of Electoral Area D. The Province believes that, based on population, it makes sense to amalgamate the remainder of Electoral Area D with Electoral Area C. : Southern Commu- nity Economic DevelopmentEmail Addressesconstitutiontunnel@hotmail.caconstitutiontunnel@live.capaz4tunnel@hotmail.ca
  • Elections North CowichanEmail Addressesconstitutiontunnel@hotmail.ca constitutiontunnel@live.capaz4tunnel@hotmail.ca By Electoral Area Bylaws By Electoral Area Maps Area A - Mill Bay / Bylaw North | South Malahat Area B - Shawnigan Bylaw Index | North | Central | South Lake http://bc-cowichanvalley.civicplus.com/DocumentView.asp?DID=553 Area Chttp://bc-cowichanvalley.civicplus.com/DocumentView.asp?DID=576 Area C - Cobble Hill Bylaw Area D - Cowichan Bay Bylaw Area Dhttp://bc-cowichanvalley.civicplus.com/DocumentView.asp?DID=577 http://bc-cowichanvalley.civicplus.com/DocumentView.asp?DID=555 Area E - Cowichan Bylaw Index | East | http://bc-cowichanvalley.civicplus.com/DocumentView.asp?DID=559West http://bc-cowichanvalley.civicplus.com/DocumentView.asp?DID=557 Station / Sahtlam / Glenora Area F - Cowichan Lake Bylaw Index | Map 1 | Map 2 | Map 3http://bc-cowichanvalley.civicplus.com/DocumentView.asp?DID=565 South / Skutz Falls Area G - Saltair / Gulf Bylaw Area Ghttp://bc-cowichanvalley.civicplus.com/DocumentView.asp?DID=578 http://bc-cowichanvalley.civicplus.com/DocumentView.asp?DID=568 Islands Area H - North Oyster / Bylaw Area Hhttp://bc-cowichanvalley.civicplus.com/DocumentView.asp?DID=579 http://bc-cowichanvalley.civicplus.com/DocumentView.asp?DID=570 Diamond Area I - Youbou / Meade Bylaw Map 1 | Map 2http://bc-cowichanvalley.civicplus.com/DocumentView.asp?DID=574 http://bc-cowichanvalley.civicplus.com/DocumentView.asp?DID=572 Creek
  • Election May 2013 Are you interested on working on my campaign? Financial Agent; Business Supporters; Staff. Siemens High-Speed Rail Crofton would have been profitable, state report says 2010, Ferry Terminal to FRED BELLET-STAFF Saltspring Island I am P. Anna Paddon, 104-450 Stewart Ave. Nanaimo, BC, Canada. V9S-5E9. Email: ConstitutionTunnel@hotmail.com The Beology of the area that the tunnel will go under and through was formed by the FraserEmail Addresses constitutiontunnel@hotmail.ca constitutiontunnel@live.ca paz4tunnel@hotmail.ca Glaciation Period. gautrain carbon footprint of high speed rail can be up to 14 times less carbon ...
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  • P. Anna Paddon Independent Im looking For People To Work On My Campaign Email Addresses constitutiontunnel@hotmail.ca constitutiontunnel@live.ca paz4tunnel@hotmail.ca BRITISH COLUMBIA HYDRO AND POWER AUTHORITY NOTES TO CONSOLIDATED FINANCIAL STATEMENTS FOR THE YEARS ENDED MARCH 31, 2011 AND 2010 53 BC HYDRO ANNUAL REPORT 2011 INVENTORIESINVENTORIESInventories are comprised of materials and supplies and natural gas and are valued at the lower of weighted average cost and net ealizable value. Cost of materials and supplies includes invoiced costs and directly attributable costs of acquiring the inventory. Net realizable value is the expected selling price in the ordinary course of business, less any costs expected to be incurred in selling the inventory.PROPERTY, PLANT AND EQUIPMENTProperty, plant and equipment in service are recorded at cost which includes materials, direct and indirect labour, an appropriate allocation of administration overhead and finance charges capitalized during construction. Property, plant and equipment in service include the cost of plant and equipment financed by contributions in aid of construction and contributions arising from the Columbia River Treaty. The Columbia River Treaty contributions have been deducted from the cost of the related assets. Upon retirement or disposal, any gain or loss is charged to amortization. Unfinished construction consists of costs of property, plant and equipment that are under construction or not ready for service.Costs are transferred to property, plant and equipment in service when the constructed asset is substantially complete and capable
  • P. Anna Paddon Independent Im looking For People To Work On My Campaign Email Addresses constitutiontunnel@hotmail.ca constitutiontunnel@live.ca paz4tunnel@hotmail.ca Property, plant and equipment in service are amortized on an individual or pooled The expected useful lives, in years, of BC Hydro’s main classes of basis over the expected useful lives of the assets, using the straight-line property, plant and equipment are: method. Generation Leased assets, which are included in Generation assets, are amortized over the lease term unless the useful life is shorter than the term of Hydraulic 50 – 100INTANGIBLE A lease theSSETSIntangible assets are recorded at cost. Intangible assets with indefinite useful lives are not subj to ect Thermal 10 – 50amortization. These assetsare tested for impairment annually or more frequently if events indicate that the asset maybe impaired. Other 15 – 25Intangible assets with finite useful lives are amortized over their useful lives on a straight line basis. Theexpected useful lives, in Lines 35 – 100years, are as follows: BRITISH COLUMBIA HYDRO AND POWER AUTHORITYSoftware 2 – 1 0 NOTES TO CONSOLIDATED FINANCIAL STATEMENTS Substations 20 – 50Sundry 1 0 – 20 FOR THE YEARS ENDED MARCH 31, 2011 AND 2010 53 BC HYDRO ANNUAL REPORT 2011 Buildings 45 – 50 PROPERTY, PLANT AND EQUIPMENT Equipment 7 – 20HedgesBC Hydro formally documents the relationship between the hedging instrument and hedged Computer hardware 2 – 1 0item, including the risk management obj ectives and strategy in undertaking the hedge transaction, together with themethods that will be used to assess the effectiveness of the hedging relationship. BC Hydro makes an assessment, bothat the inception of thehedge relationship as well as on an ongoing basis, whether the hedging instruments are expected Service vehicles 7 – 20to be effective in offsetting thechanges in the fair value or cash flows of the respective hedged items during the periodfor which the hedge is designated, andwhether the actual results of each hedge are within a range of 80-125 Sundry 20 – 4per cent. For a cash flow hedge of a forecast transaction, the transaction should be highly probable to occurand should present an exposure to variations in cash flows that could ultimately affect reported net income.In a fair value hedging relationship, the carrying value of the hedged item is adj usted for unrealized gains or losses at-tributed to thehedged risk and recognized in net income.Costs are transferred to property, plant and equipment in service when the constructedasset is substantially complete and capable of operation at a per-determined significantlevel of capacity.
  • BC Election 2013 A look at polling leading to the May 14, 2013 election The Present Situation BC Email Addresses constitutiontunnel@hotmail.ca constitutiontunnel@live.ca paz4tunnel@hotmail.ca Cowichan Valley 2009 Election Results: Party Candidate Richmond-Steveston 2009 Election Results: Party Votes % $ Spent Candidate Votes % $ Spent NDP Bill Routley 12468 48.2 75060 BC Liberal John Yap 13167 60.8 88320 BC Liberal Cathy Basskin 9258 35.8 45664 NDP Sue Wallis 5925 27.3 14402 Green Simon Lindley 3062 11.8 7849Green Jeff Hill 1491 6.9 100 Conservative Jason Murray 924 3.6 1344Conservative Barry Chilton 1082 5.0 450 BC Refed Michial Moore 139 0.5 296Total / Turnout Total / Turnout21665 2585151.6 63.3 Richmond Centre Candidate Votes % $ Spent ● Burnaby North Candidate Votes % $ Spent2009 2009 Election Results:Election Results: Party Party BC Liberal Richard Lee 9880 48.2 93131BC Liberal Rob Howard 10483 61.5 91261 NDP Mondee Redman 9332 45.5 57851NDP Kam Brar 4949 29.0 12097 Green Doug Perry 1292 6.3 1539Green Michael Wolfe 1213 7.1 0 Total / Turnout 54.2 20504Nation Alliance Kang Chen 409 2.4 8 Total / Turnout 40.8 Burnaby-Deer Lake Candidate Votes % $ Spent 17054 2009 Election Results: Party NDP Kathy Corrigan 8103 48.7 82246 BC Liberal John Nuraney 7591 45.7 100916 Green Bruce Friesen 928 5.6 1766 Total / Turnout 16622
  • Development Up to PresentEmail Addresses constitutiontunnel@hotmail.ca constitutiontunnel@live.ca paz4tunnel@hotmail.ca Development made up to the current situation: http://bc2013.com/ Ipsos-Reid Poll: NDP 45, BCL 38, and commentary Posted 7 October, 2011 by Sacha Peter An Ipsos-Reid poll (their link), conducted between September 28, 2011 to October 3, 2011 sampling 1000 people had the following result for voting intentions: BC NDP – 45% BC Liberals – 38% BC Conservatives – 12% BC Greens – 6% Poll Commentary:- The above poll is remarkably similar to my July 17, 2011 seat projection (NDP: 50, BCL: 28, CON: 5, IND: 2), which is currently my working model. BC Conservatives “third party”...more women support the NDP and Adrian Dix than the BC Liberals and Christy Clark (54% of women support the NDP vs. 32% BC Liberal). The rest of the metrics concerning leader are proxies for general partisanship, mainly that BC Liberal supporters support the Premier, while NDP supporters support Adrian Dix, which is no shock.... Important background information Original forecasts which turned out to be wrong Original forecasts which turned out to be true
  • Study of Urban Development in Rural Areas Table of Contents http://www.gov.ns.ca/snsmr/muns/plan/PDF/UDIRA.pdf Why We Did the Study How We Did the Study • UDIRA - Town vs. Country • Methodology - Assumptions and Definitions • Provincial Overview - Towns Surrounds • Methodology - Census Analysis • Towns Surrounds - Population Change • Methodology - Parcel Map Preparation • Towns Surrounds - Dwellings Change • Methodology - Selecting Study Area • UDIRA as a Provincial Issue • Methodology - Isolating Development Concentrations • Some Government Solutions • Draft Provincial Interest Statement on Infrastructure What We Found - Provincial Overview • UDIRA Questions We Want to Answer • UDIRA Provincial Overview - Counties • UDIRA Costs - Sewer and Water • UDIRA Provincial Overview - Enumeration Areas • UDIRA Costs - Roads1991-96 Population Towns Surrounds- Dwelling ChangePercent Change 1991-96 percent changes in dwellings in following table:25 of 30 areas (83 percent) grew faster in O for TOWNS, were subtracted from those,for SURROUNDSthe periphery. A positive difference means the rural periphery grew at a faster rate than the urban centerEmail Addresses constitutiontunnel@hotmail.ca constitutiontunnel@live.ca paz4tunnel@hotmail.ca
  • Urban Development in Rural Areas (UDIRA) a Provincial Issue •SERVICE INEFFICIENCIES & INCREASED COSTS o school bussing Problems for Government o solid waste collection LAND USE CONFLICTS o emergency services o agriculture • SCHOOLROOM SHORTAGES o sawmills • TRAFFIC SLOWING o mining and aggregate extraction o frequent driveway accesses o aquaculture o school bus stops o mail delivery stops o often on through highways • HIGH FUTURE SERVICING COSTS Email Addresses • TOWNS LOSE TAXES constitutiontunnel@hotmail.ca constitutiontunnel@live.ca o rural municipality collects tax revenues paz44@live.ca paz4tunnel@hotmail.ca smc.business@hotmail.com o town still provides services and employmentEmail Addresses constitutiontunnel@hotmail.ca constitutiontunnel@live.ca paz4tunnel@hotmail.ca
  • Urban Development in Rural Areas (UDIRA) a Provincial IssueEmail Addresses constitutiontunnel@hotmail.ca constitutiontunnel@live.ca paz4tunnel@hotmail.ca Regional Municipalities Hotspots • Halifax Hotspots o Halifax 1990-95 Lot Creation o Tantallon Area Development Email Addresses o Beaverbank Area Development o Prospect Area Development constitutiontunnel@hotmail.ca o Chezzetcook Area Development • Cape Breton Hotspots constitutiontunnel@live.ca o Florence-Sydney Mines Hotspot o West of Westmount-Sydney River Hotspot paz44@live.ca Individual Hotspots paz4tunnel@hotmail.ca • Hants Hotspots smc.business@hotmail.com o Windsor o Mount Uniacke o Lantz • Lunenburg Hotspots Urban-Centered Regions • Kings East Hotspots • Kings West-Annapolis East Hotspots • Colchester Hotspots • Antigonish Hotspots Where We Can Go Next • Questions Arising from
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