JR Rardon

A Canada goose carcass lies amid a pile of feathers near a dump of 40 geese off a remote trail near Errington Wednesday March 14, after apparently being taken by hunters several days earlier. — J.R. Rardon photo

No foul play suspected in 40 Canada geese carcasses dumped on mid-Island

Conservation Officer Service said birds were likely taken in legal hunt

A Canada goose carcass lies amid a pile of feathers near a dump of 40 geese off a remote trail near Errington Wednesday March 14, after apparently being taken by hunters several days earlier. — J.R. Rardon photo
Team Geall of Kelowna Curling Club shows off their purple hearts and trophy after winning the 2018 belairdirect BC Men’s Curling Championship at Parksville Curling Club Sunday, Feb. 4, 2018. From left are fifth Brad Wood, lead David Harper, third Andrew Nerpin, second Jeffrey Richard and skip Sean Geall. — J.R. Rardon photo

Update: Kelowna rink snares B.C. men’s curling title

Team Geall stuns defending champs in 11th end in Parksville

Team Geall of Kelowna Curling Club shows off their purple hearts and trophy after winning the 2018 belairdirect BC Men’s Curling Championship at Parksville Curling Club Sunday, Feb. 4, 2018. From left are fifth Brad Wood, lead David Harper, third Andrew Nerpin, second Jeffrey Richard and skip Sean Geall. — J.R. Rardon photo
Skip Jim Cotter of Vernon Curling Club delivers a shot in the eighth end of his game against Jason Montgomery of Victoria in the 2018 belairdirect B.C. Men’s Curling Championships at Parksville Curling Club Thursday, Feb. 1, 2018. Cotter, the defending provincial champion, won two matches Thursday to clinch the first spot in the playoffs in the 12-team tourney. — J.R. Rardon photo

Defending champ moves into BC Men’s curling playoffs

Team Cotter ekes out two wins at Parksville Curling Club

Skip Jim Cotter of Vernon Curling Club delivers a shot in the eighth end of his game against Jason Montgomery of Victoria in the 2018 belairdirect B.C. Men’s Curling Championships at Parksville Curling Club Thursday, Feb. 1, 2018. Cotter, the defending provincial champion, won two matches Thursday to clinch the first spot in the playoffs in the 12-team tourney. — J.R. Rardon photo