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by Kevin Diakiw

SURREY IS forging ahead to allow secondary
suites in all single family dwellings.
According to a poll conducted this month by
Ipsos Reid, 63 per cent of Surrey residents sup-
port allowing a suite in all homes. The most sup-
portive community was Newton (65 per cent)
and least was South Surrey (57 per cent).
The telephone poll of 1,500 people was
conducted between June 28 and July 6 and is
statistically accurate to +/- 2.8 per cent 19 times
out of 20.
A report to city council
Monday night recommends a
policy where:
• One secondary suite will
be allowed in all single family
dwellings in the city;
• Multiple suites in a house
will be prohibited;
• The building owner resi-
des on the premises;
• The owner of the home
provides extra off-street
parking;
• Extra fees will be charged to cover city ser-
vices;
• Existing suites comply with building codes.
Council members supported the recommen-
dations unanimously.
“I think it’s a balanced approach,” said Mayor
Dianne Watts. “Like I said, the issues have been
multiple suites, and contribution to garbage pick
up and things like that.”
The issue of secondary suites has dogged Sur-
rey for years. In the 1970s, council prohibited
secondary suites. Angry homeowners stormed
city hall, saying they’d lose their homes if their
suite income was taken away.
The city abandoned that plan, then 10 years
later attempted to limit suites to predetermined
Suite
approval
See DELTA / Page 5
by Hannah Sutherland
A
s David Hancock swings open the
gate to his yard, he is greeted by
his regular house guests, the frst of
which include Bahama pintail and
blue-billed ruddy ducks.
“Hello guys, how are you?” Hancock says in a
melodic voice as the waterfowl wade through a
pond stretched across the lawn.
Te South Surrey acreage is home to about
20 bird species, some of which are permanent
residents, while others – such as a family of wild
Canada geese – are just visiting.
Te parents come to Hancock’s property
annually to raise their young, and this year, they
have with them four babies who are just learning
to fy. Hancock, a biologist, said the youngsters
will have seven to 10 days to master the skill
before the family leaves and returns next Febru-
ary.
Other feathered members of the backyard
community are heard before they are seen. As
Hancock navigates his way along the pond’s
rock wall, he stops to listen to the cry of a nearby
pileated woodpecker. It’s a baby, and the frst
time he has heard its call.
While most of the inhabitants of Hancock’s
property seem calm and indiferent to his
approach, he steps more carefully around the
sometimes aggressive, full-grown sandhill
cranes.
Just a few metres away are two adults with
stilt-like legs, long, arching necks and pointed
beaks. Teir large, grey-feathered wings are
folded around their bodies as they walk around
the perimeter of the yard, watching their sur-
roundings closely with eyes framed by a splash
of red.
Tey are wary, and Hancock warns they could
strike if threatened. It’s easy to understand why,
once the couple’s ofspring – just the size of a
Feathered
refuge
BOAZ JOSEPH / THE LEADER
A sandhill crane feeds its 10-day-old chick at David Hancock’s aviary in
South Surrey.
Watts
Both Surrey and Delta
move to legalize
secondary suites
Biologist cares for
variety of unique birds
Better driver
training delayed
page 5
Rams raided in
Nanaimo
page 19
Wednesday
July 28, 2010
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Level 3 care, for premature babies born under 2.6 pounds, has been moved back to Royal Columbian Hospital only a few months
after it was transferred to Surrey.
Verdict in
Delta girl’s
death
SMH closes highest level
neonatal care unit
by Kevin Diakiw
HIGH LEVEL CARE for newborns at Surrey Memorial Hospital has been
shut down only months afer the local care was introduced.
Te news has some of the people who helped raise millions for the
Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) level 3 beds scratch-
ing their heads.
And Surrey Mayor Dianne Watts was surprised to hear
the service would not be returned for more than three years.
“What? 2014? Tat’s ridiculous,” Watts said. “My informa-
tion was it was a short-term rejigging.”
Fraser Health Authority confrmed last week the service
has been temporarily moved back to Royal Columbian Hos-
pital, where it was transferred from last February.
Fraser Health spokesman David Plug said Tursday the
reason for the move is that Surrey Memorial doesn’t have the doctors in
place to take care of the mothers. Te preferred approach is to have mom
and baby in the same facility, he said.
Te incubators for the level 3’s (the tiniest, most at-risk babies) are
now being used for level 2 premature babies.
Te high-tech beds were purchased by the Surrey Memorial Hospital
Foundation through community donations. Te incubators, which cost
about $65,000 apiece, allow health care workers to treat the fragile new-
borns by moving them as minimally as possible. Babies can be weighed,
X-rayed and examined without being transferred from
their incubators.
Watts said Monday she’d be placing a call to Health
Minister Kevin Falcon to press for a quicker return of the
service.
“We have a very young population, we have a high birth
rate, so it’s a natural ft that those doctors and that neonatal
care need to be in Surrey Memorial,” Watts said. “To have it
removed to 2014 is outrageous.”
Jason Howe, spokesperson for the Surrey Memorial Hos-
pital Foundation, which collected donations for the beds and ventilators,
said the beds are necessary and the foundation is discouraged about the
timeline.
by Dan Ferguson
ON TUESDAY, a Surrey judge was
expected to deliver a decision
in the case of Carol Berner, the
woman charged in the May 2008
death of four-year-old Alexa Mid-
delaer in Delta.
Te child was feeding some
horses by the side of a Ladner
street when she was hit by Berner’s
car.
Te girl’s aunt was seriously
injured in the same crash.
Prosecutors were seeking a con-
viction on two counts of dangerous
driving causing death and bodily
harm, and two counts of impaired
driving caus-
ing death and
bodily harm.
Berner never
testifed during
her trial and
never spoke
to reporters
outside court.
Her lawyer,
David Tarnow,
said his client
was “sorrow-
ful” about the
fatal crash, but
maintained she
did nothing
criminal.
Delta Police
conducted an
undercover
investigation,
with ofers
posing as
potential new
friends to get her to discuss the
crash while a concealed video
camera recorded her saying she
was drinking wine before the
crash.
Berner failed a roadside blood
alcohol test, but passed when she
was later tested again at Delta
Police headquarters.
Te ruling was due afer Te
Leader’s print deadline.
It is available online at www.sur-
reyleader.com
Middelaer
Shortage of doctors prompts move of service back to Royal Columbian Hospital
As of Thursday, a B.C. campfire
ban has been expanded to
include most of the province.
by Tom Fletcher
LIGHTNING STRIKES have caused fewer forest
fres as B.C. heads into the driest days of sum-
mer, but careless people are causing as much
damage as ever.
Te B.C. government is expanding its
campfre ban to include most of the province
efective Tursday, July 29. Heading into its
busiest camping weekend of the year with
continued hot and dry weather expected, the
Kamloops, Northwest, Cariboo and Prince
George regions will join the Lower Mainland
and Coast region under a ban on all open
fres.
Tat means burn barrels, tiki torches,
freworks and even industrial and burning-
permit fres are of limits in all regions except
the Kootenays. Camp stoves may still be used.
So far this year, 65 per cent of forest fres
have been human-caused, compared to 40 per
cent last year, despite a size limit imposed for
campfres.
Forests Minister Pat Bell said Monday the
current forest fre season has seen 23,000
hectares burned and $27.1 million spent on
frefghting. Tat’s less than half the damage as
this time last year, when 47,000 hectares had
burned and $64.9 million was spent.
A fre at the base of Mount Seymour in
North Vancouver Sunday was the season’s
frst interface fre, but it was contained before
any homes were threatened. Witnesses said a
campfre got out of control in a remote spot
near Northlands golf course.
Another interface fre was contained
quickly in West Kelowna on Sunday, afer an
evacuation alert was issued for homes in the
area.
Bell said he is encouraged by the relatively
low damage so far this season, despite a hot
July and drought conditions in some regions.
“But that can all change in a very short
period of time, and fre bans are now on
throughout the province, with the exception
of the Kootenay region,” he said.
Unauthorized campfres are subject to a
$345 fne, and there are penalties of up to $1
million fne or three years in prison for caus-
ing a wildfre. Enforcement of cers will be out
full force during the August long weekend.
No campfres this long weekend
“To have it
removed to 2014
is outrageous.”
Dianne Watts
See NICU page 4
Surrey North Delta Leader Wednesday July 28 2010 3
See Surrey Leader
website for details
Berner
4 Wednesday July 28 2010 Surrey North Delta Leader
Tat said, he’s pleased that the equipment pur-
chased during the $1.4 million fund raising efort
will remain at Surrey Memorial for use here.
Listeners of local radio station RedFM aren’t so
pleased with the turn of events afer their extensive
fundraising eforts.
Harjinder Tind, a radio host with RedFM who
broke the story about the NICU move last week,
said he’s received numerous emails from listeners
saying the closure is unfair.
“Tey are saying this is totally wrong, people are
upset, nurses are upset, doctors are upset and the
public is upset,” Tind said. “Tey have already
hired doctors, beds are ordered, it’s in place here,
they have spent almost $4 million (for the move).
On the one hand they are tightening their belts,
on the other hand they are just squandering this
money. It’s totally unfair.”
NDP Health Critic Adrian Dix said the hurried
move to Surrey and the move back is “something
of a fasco.”
He pointed out that the move of services to
Surrey was publicly celebrated by FHA, and the
transfer back to RCH was executed without any
public notice.
“Tis has been an incredibly divisive and poorly
managed efort,” Dix said. “I think the public is
going to be justifably appalled.”
kdiakiw@surreyleader.com
NICU: Donors feel move of beds
back to RCH is ‘totally wrong’
From page 3
Delta apartment fre
Several people sent to hospital
A THREE-ALARM fre broke out at a three-storey apartment building near
Scott Road and Nordel Way in North Delta early Tuesday morning.
Te blaze reportedly started around 6 a.m. and as of 9 a.m., fames
could still be seen shooting from windows of the green and white struc-
ture.
Delta Police said the building was evacuated and eight people were
taken to hospital with minor injuries.
A reception centre was set up at the Kennedy Heights Shopping Centre
where Victims Services was also on hand to work with tenants displaced
by the fre.
Check www.surreyleader.com for further details.
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zones, mostly in New-
ton. The backlash was
fierce, as some people
living in an area that
allowed suites and
had to pay about
$700 annually for
being situated in the
premium zone – even
though their homes
were suite-free.
And while Surrey
was trying to contain
the proliferation of
suites, they were being
built in unfinished
basements throughout
the city.
In 1997, council
passed a controversial
secondary suite bylaw,
allowing a fee to be
levied to recover some
of the costs created by
the supplemental hou-
sing, including sewer,
water and garbage
pick-up.
Watts noted the
status quo is no longer
an option.
“We’re the last ones
in the Lower Mainland
to deal with this issue,”
Watts said. “This is
an issue that’s had a
band-aid solution for
20 plus years – It’s
high time we dealt
with it.”
Coun. Marvin Hunt
said he was pleased
with 63 per cent in
favour of suites in the
telephone poll. He
wants to take a second
closer look at the
recommendations, but
overall he’s supportive.
“...they (the polling
numbers) seem to be
in line with what I
sense out in the com-
munities,” Hunt said.
Couns. Linda
Hepner and Bob Bose
also expressed support
for the recommended
policy changes.
Coun. Barinder
Rasode said she’s also
supportive but believes
there’s an opportunity
to make some enhan-
cements to them.
Allowing one suite
per home first came
up in the city’s affor-
dable housing strategy
last year.
The mayor set up a
focus group to come
up with recommenda-
tions, and some of the
reaction was mixed.
Coun. Tom Gill sup-
ports the recommen-
dations, but wants to
make sure the suite fee
covers all city services,
including construction
and operation of
recreation facilities
and parks.
Staff will now work
on a detailed policy
and bring it back to
council in the fall.
Fines floated
for illegal Delta
suites
DELTA HOMEOWNERS
with illegal secondary
suites will either have
to make sure they meet
new municipal stan-
dards or face a $200-a-
day fne this week.
On Monday, Delta
council unanimously
gave fnal approval
to three new bylaws
to legalize and to
establish regulations
for secondary suites in
single family homes in
Delta.
“Secondary suites
ofer a much-needed
afordable housing
option in our com-
munity,” Mayor Lois
Jackson said Friday
afer a Tursday public
hearing on the pro-
posed regulations.
“It has taken us a
number of years to get
to this point and it is
important for our resi-
dents’ safety that we
regulate these suites.”
Currently, municipal
staf estimate there are
5,300 to 7,000 second-
ary suites in Delta,
many of which do not
meet zoning or build-
ing code standards.
Te new regulations
were drafed by the
Delta Housing Task
Force afer a housing
questionnaire last fall
found that almost 60
per cent of the 600
people surveyed were
in favour of legalizing
secondary suites.
Property owners
with existing second-
ary suites won’t have to
pay municipal fees for
the inspection and re-
inspection of an exist-
ing secondary suite
until Jan. 31, 2012.
Under the bylaw
enforcement pro-
gram, all secondary
suites will need to be
registered with the
Corporation of Delta,
and owners will be
required to pay addi-
tional annual utility
fees.
Afer Dec. 31, 2010
a $200 daily fne will
come into efect for
property owners who
have more than one
secondary suite in a
single family dwell-
ing, have a secondary
suite that does not
comply with the B.C.
Building Code or have
insuf cient of-street
parking.
- with fles from Dan
Ferguson
Surrey North Delta Leader Wednesday July 28 2010 5
FILE PHOTO / THE LEADER
Secondary suites in single-family homes have caused much
controversy over the years. Now, Surrey and Delta have given the
green light to the concept, with specific standards taking shape in
both municipalities.
ONE PERSON was
airlifed to hospital
following a noon-hour
crash on 192 Street at 21
Avenue on Monday.
Surrey RCMP were
called around 12:15
p.m., afer a semi-
trailer eastbound on 21
Avenue collided with a
minivan that was travel-
ling south on 192 Street.
According to police,
preliminary investiga-
tion indicates the truck
did not stop at the stop
sign. It struck the van
on the passenger side. A
female passenger who
sufered serious injuries
was airlifed to Royal
Columbian Hospital.
Te driver was
transported to hospital
by ground ambulance.
Tree other passengers
were treated at the
scene.
Semi
slams
into
mini-
van
Delta: Suites ofer afordable housing option, says mayor
From page 1
www.surrey.ca
FI RE SEASON
Current weather conditions have resulted in a
higher risk of fire in Surrey’s natural areas.
The City of Surrey asks that citizens support
our fire prevention efforts by adhering to the
following guidelines:
• Do not smoke or use lighters or matches in
and around forested or grassland areas
• Stay on designated trails only
• Adhere to any park or trail closures
• Use propane / gas barbeques only in
designated picnic areas
Fires, including charcoal or wood fired
barbeques, are not permitted in Surrey’s parks.
If an active or smoldering fire is found, please
call the Surrey Fire Department immediately at:
Emergency – 911 or
Non-emergency – (604) 543-6700
To report potential fire hazards please call the
Surrey Parks Division at (604) 501-5050
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introduced a fee structure for accessing criminal court records on-
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context of their crimes.
When someone is charged with a serious ofence, does that person have
a previous criminal record? Is he or she connected with criminal organiza-
tions or other activities?
Although that information can be accessed in person at court houses,
many B.C. towns are served by court facilities in larger communities long
distances away.
Te cumulative cost of frequent and numerous court record searches was
prohibitive, especially for smaller papers and other media outlets.
Te potential result was restricted access, less detailed reporting, and a
less informed public.
Over the past several months, various media organizations, including
Black Press, have lobbied Attorney General Mike de Jong to rescind the fees.
Now, the AG announced the online criminal record search fee will be
scrapped, as of Aug. 31.
It was a commendable decision, ultimately made in the public interest.
– Black Press
T
he B.C. government continues to in-
novate. First on the continent with
an emission-based carbon tax, frst
in Western Canada to embrace the
European-style value added tax, and now,
frst to plunge into high-stakes Internet casino
gambling.
Housing and Social Development Minis-
ter Rich Coleman did the big rollout for the
Vancouver TV cameras last week, but the
plan has been known since March. A sleepy
little website where people can save a trip
to the corner store to buy their Lotto Max
tickets is given a sudden dose of corporate
steroids: online slots, Texas hold ’em poker
later this year, and a betting limit jacked up
to $10,000 a week.
Coleman defended this latest quantum
leap in government gambling with a lurid
scenario: kids borrowing Mum’s credit
card from her purse and logging on for a
no-limit spree at a casino site in the Cayman
Islands. He claims B.C. gamblers are spend-
ing $100 million a year at unregulated sites
that siphon profts ofshore, and might be
crooked to boot.
Ten there were two more hits to the rep-
utation of B.C. Lottery Corp., already dented
by the casual oversight of lottery ticket sales
revealed a couple of years ago.
Its high-stakes PlayNow.com site was pulled
of ine a few hours afer Coleman’s
photo op. Te initial explanation
was a surge of traf c. Days later
BCLC admitted that registered
players’ gambling and banking
information had been compro-
mised.
At about the same time, a leaked
document revealed that BCLC was
facing $670,000 in fnes for paper-
work errors in its reporting of
large cash transactions to a federal
agency known as FINTRAC.
Tis Ottawa bureaucracy was
set up to track terrorist fnancing
in the frantic days afer 9/11, and in my con-
sidered opinion it is every bit as useful as the
long gun registry or taking your shoes of at
the airport. Te same can be said of B.C.’s own
paper tiger, the Gaming Policy and Enforce-
ment Branch.
But let’s leave that aside. Te theory here
is that organized criminals will bring their
pimp and pusher profts into the local B.C.
casino to “launder” the money.
I’m trying to imagine how this would
work. Here’s another “leaked”
document to illustrate the
situation:
To: luigi@badguys.com
From: bigjulie@badguys.
com
Subject: B.C. casinos
Hey Luigi, nice woik getting
the laundromat running on
the West Coast.
Just one problem. Our guys
go in there for a week, I give
’em two full hockey bags to
wash, they come back with one
bag. Don’t get me wrong, it’s nice and clean,
but let’s not forget these are the competition’s
casinos. And these West Coast guys ain’t
playing tiddly winks.
I’m gonna take a meeting next week with
Big Rich. He seems like a reasonable guy,
says there’s room in the market. We’ll see.
At least it’ll give me a chance to tell him of
about the freakin’ HST.
Be careful out there.
Big Julie
But seriously, one question really mat-
ters here: is this an appropriate role for
government?
Coleman’s answer is that B.C. Lottery
Corp. is a business. It exists for one reason,
to make money for its four million share-
holders. Te board of directors decided to
spend $325 million to upgrade its network
and games, and once they get it working it
should be fne.
Tis is the same logic that led to lawyers
for that other Crown corporation, BC Fer-
ries, grinding out a chintzy settlement of a
thousand bucks or so for passengers who
fed the sinking Queen of the North.
As Big Julie might say, nothing personal.
It’s just business.
Tom Fletcher is legislative reporter and col-
umnist for Black Press and BCLocalnews.com
tfletcher@blackpress.ca
Keeping court
records accessible
Te big casino in the sky
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BACK IN THE 1990s, young people like myself were
leaving B.C. in great numbers and heading to places
like Alberta where the economic conditions and
opportunities were much better.
Tat’s a sad situation to be in.
Alberta may not have any provincial sales tax, and
it may not have any debt thanks to its diligent debt-
busting during the 1990s, but it’s not home either.
Fortunately the tide has now changed and B.C. is
once again a province of opportunity and a far more
attractive place for those of us who want to stay
here. All of the economic indicators for B.C. have
been pointing in the right direction and in most
areas we’re leading the country.
Te one area where we’re falling behind, however,
is in the critically important renewable energy and
clean technology sector.
Ontario recently stole the clean energy lead from
B.C. and that represents jobs and opportunities that
could have been ours here in B.C.
If this province wants to keep its young people
and keep the vigour and energy we bring to the mix
then the province is going to have to redouble its
eforts and regain the lead position in clean energy
and technology that is rightfully ours.
If we can do that then there is nothing that can
stop us at all.
Christian Albanese
Coquitlam
THE OLYMPICS were a
waste of time, money and
resources.
Why the $925 million price
tag? Can everyone in Vancou-
ver aford a doctor? Do they
all have someplace to live? Are
they all drug free? No. And
here we are spending close to a
$1 billion for two weeks of fun
in the snow.
How do the politi-
cians sleep at night, knowing
they swindled the city and its
people? I’ll tell you how. Very
peacefully.
Because they don’t care
about health care, helping
the homeless, and saving
the environment. Tey care
about lining their pockets
full of cash, then spending it
all on useless things such as
the Olympics.
Te Olympics brought us
nothing but publicity. One of
my teachers said it right: “All
the Olympic Games should
be carried out in some
deserted island somewhere.
And the I.O.C. can pay for it
itself. None of this crap about
having a diferent country
host every single Olympics.
Just one secluded place
where all the athletes can
strut there stuf and not hurt
our wallets and our nation.
And when everyone can
aford a doctor, food, and a
place to live, then countries
can host the Olympics. Oh,
Canada.
Jastej Luddu
Weakening
democracy
IT IS A SAD DAY for not only peace
but especially democracy. I visited
my father the other day and he was
a little distressed by the violence at
the G20, we talked about it and he
came to realize that there would be
worse to come.
For an example we talked about
the legal, peaceful, highly successful
anti-HST petition that he signed
and that got over 700,000 registered
voters signatures and how it hadn’t
swayed the government in the very
least and had only subjected us to
even more lies, and the waste of even
more public tax dollars.
Our elected public of cials have
shown nothing but contempt for
the electorate, democracy and
peaceful protest. Te sad fact is
that the only thing that ever has
got people or politicians to sit
up pay attention and then act to
rectify any problem, is a bit of vio-
lence or public mayhem. As much
as I hate this reality, my experience
confrms that it is nonetheless the
reality. We have politicians with no
mandates telling an electorate they
have the power to do whatever
they feel like.
What happens when an over-
whelming force meets an immov-
able object?
Wayne Clark, Maple Ridge
IT WOULD BE IMPOSSIBLE to count the number
of popular songs that celebrate the power of
love.
Love, it seems, is the perfect source of power
in the universe.
It costs nothing to produce. It doesn’t gener-
ate harmful emissions.
And it doesn’t appear to have any negative
environmental impacts.
Wouldn’t it be great if we could somehow
power our homes and businesses with love
and forget about facing up to all the dif cult
questions surrounding our energy use such as
whether we should burn coal, dam rivers or
even look at nuclear power?
Unfortunately for us, love as a power source
is as elusive as it can be in afairs of the heart.
And until we can tap into science fction
energy sources like cold fusion, zero point
energy felds and dilithium crystals we’re going
to have to approach our dif cult energy ques-
tions with sober minds and seek out the best,
cleanest power sources available to us in the
here and now.
Fortunately, we are at a technological stage
in human history where we can dispense with
burning coal and gas as power sources.
Wind, run-of-river, biomass, geothermal,
solar and many other renewable energy sources
are available and they have more than proven
themselves.
All we need to do is step up the pace and start
putting more of these green energy sources to
work because they are the very best we have.
Tat is, until we can somehow fgure out how
to harness the power of love.
Donald Leung
Burnaby
EVERY SUMMER the southern
reaches of Cloverdale take on the
sounds of war, for local blueberry
farmers have equipped themselves
with enough cannons to ward of
an invading army of starlings.
Many residents have long ago
tired of the constant gunshot noise
every few seconds all day and
summer long and have petitioned
for help.
Yet local politicians have either
ducked from the issue or beat
around the (blueberry) bush, never
quite saying why they are ignoring
their own noise bylaws and refus-
ing to ever issue a fne – worried
that they will lose support in Sur-
rey’s vital voting block.
Like the issue of secondary suites
or unsafe streets or monster homes
or truck parking or bad city plan-
ning or toll bridges, the longer one
hides from an issue, the longer one
stays in of ce.
Citizens of Surrey deserve better
from their elected representatives.
Jim McMurtry
Surrey
Surrey’s blueberry growing pains
It’s about time for green energy adoption
Get cleaning
A letter writer says politicians are not making efforts to clamp down on farmers who use cannons
to protect their blueberry crops from birds.
Broke afer the Olympics
LETTERS Wednesday July 28 2010
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RE: NEW PARK in Surrey Bend.
Marvin Hunt’s statement that
“People in Fraser Heights who
don’t want to go across the freeway
to Tynehead will use it extensively”
makes little sense unless the South
Fraser Perimeter Road gets can-
celled.
Te planned route of this new
freeway would sever Surrey Bend
from the Fraser Heights neigh-
bourhood and the important wild-
life corridors adjacent to the park.
Te SFPR should be cancelled
and the extensive forest and wet-
land network currently outside the
park boundaries should be added
to the park.
For more info including how
to access the volunteer-built trail
following the proposed freeway
route through this forest see http://
wildernesscommittee.org/bend
and http://gatewaysucks.org/trail
Tom Jaugelis, Surrey
SFPR blocks
new park
AFTER READING AN interesting article
regarding the new tobacco laws implemented
in British Columbia that protect children
from smoking by removing favourful
smokes from the shelves I kind of chuckled.
As I was driving by a gas station the other
day, there was a teenage boy around the age
of 15 waiting outside the gas station.
Stopped at the red light I decided to
observe the surroundings, and a couple of
minutes later noticed an older male around
29 handing the young boy a pack of ciga-
rettes continued along his way.
So, even though we think that young chil-
dren are protected from smoking, there are
still ways that many underage children get
their hands on tobacco and liquor.
I guess the problem is still waiting to be
cured.
Ruby Grewal
Surrey
Tobacco laws protect kids
8 Wednesday July 28 2010 Surrey North Delta Leader
by Dan Ferguson
A PILOT program that
would train B.C. com-
mercial truck drivers to
a much higher standard
has been postponed.
Te BC Professional
Truck Driver Training
Program was originally
set to begin this April,
but “funding issues”
have forced the delay
until this fall, said Paul
Landry, president of
the British Columbia
Trucking Association.
He said it was a mat-
ter of lining up money
from diferent industry
sources to sponsor the
program.
Novice drivers who
take the course will
have to complete eight
weeks of classroom
and behind-the-wheel
training, followed by
four weeks of super-
vised work experience
and 1,000 hours of solo
driving to receive a cer-
tifcate of qualifcation.
It’s modelled on
a federal training
program ofered by
the Canadian Truck-
ing Human Resources
Council in some prov-
inces, Landry said. Cur-
rently, all a B.C. driver
needs to get a Class 1
learner’s licence for big
trucks is to pass a short
test, Landry noted.
He said some drivers
just train for the test
without learning how
to handle the wider
variety of situations
they will encounter.
For example, Lan-
dry said, he’d heard
complaints from some
shipping yard opera-
tors about drivers who
struggle to back their
trailers up to loading
bays.
If the fall pilot train-
ing program is a suc-
cess, organizers would
like to see it become a
provincewide require-
ment.
“We want to train
people for a career, to
be recognized as the
professionals they are,”
Landry said.
Landry said the B.C.
trucking industry needs
to recruit as many as
5,000 new drivers a
year to replace people
who retire or quit the
industry.
“We have more than
our fair share of older
workers,” Landry said.
If the tougher train-
ing standards are
adopted provincewide,
Landry said expe-
rienced drivers will
not automatically be
required to take the
course, but they could
be tested.
Te move to tougher
training standards
comes at a time
when punishments
for unsafe trucks are
being toughened and
incentives for trucking
companies with good
safety records are being
deployed in a bid to
improve the industry
safety record.
New rules are now
in efect that allow
commercial vehicle
inspectors to seize
licence plates of trucks
with critical defects and
hold them until repairs
are made and owners
present a plan assuring
proper maintenance
and monitoring.
Inspectors now have
more power to go afer
privately run “lick and
stick” truck inspection
facilities that do virtu-
ally nothing but com-
plete the paper work
and issue a decal.
Also pending is
a Premium Carrier
Program that will give
companies with good
safety records special
privileges, allowing
their drivers to bypass
some weigh stations
and cut paperwork.
An ICBC review has
found defective heavy
trucks are a factor in an
average of three fatal
collisions in B.C. each
year and 53 crashes
causing injuries.
Te leading causes
are insecure loads, bad
brakes or bad tires.
Roadside blitzes by
Lower Mainland com-
mercial vehicle inspec-
tors routinely fnd
thousands of trucks
each year with safety
violations, ofen serious
defects like dangerously
rusted brakes.
Failure rates of 40
to 50 per cent are not
uncommon, although
Landry said that’s
because inspectors
target rigs that are old
and look most likely to
be ill-maintained.
He said truly random
checks tend to fnd
around 20 per cent of
trucks require some
sort of adjustment or
repair.
- with files from Jeff Nagel
dferguson@surreyleader.com
Better training for truck drivers delayed
Funding issues blamed for postponement of pilot program
FILE PHOTO / THE LEADER
B.C. Trucking Association president Paul
Landry says a new training program would
allow drivers to be “recognized as the
professionals they are.”
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THE SURREY man
found dead in a burned
out vehicle in Burnaby
a year ago was a street-
level drug dealer, police
said Tursday.
A spokesman for the
Integrated Homicide
Investigation Team
(IHIT) said there have
been some changes in
the drug trade since
25-year-old John Wil-
liam Hanna of Surrey
was murdered and they
are hoping that will
help them solve the
case.
“Te street level drug
trade is a very volatile
industry,” said IHIT
spokesperson Cpl. Dale
Carr.
“It is our belief that
there have been some
signifcant changes in
the people in charge of
the drug line that John
Hanna was involved
with. Tose changes
may now make people
want to come forward
with information.”
On July 16, 2009
around 4 a.m., Burnaby
RCMP received a call
about shots fred in the
5600 block of Clinton
Avenue. Tey arrived
to fnd a fully engulfed
vehicle burning at that
location.
Afer the Burnaby
Fire Department
extinguished the fre,
the body of the
25-year-old
Hanna was
found inside.
He was origi-
nally identifed
in news reports
as a Richmond
resident, but
police have
confrmed that Hanna
lived in Surrey.
His murder
is believed to
be targeted.
“...to shoot
and then
raze a human
body by fre
is incompre-
hensible,” Carr
said, adding
“we believe that even
those in the street
level drug trade fnd it
appalling. We hope that
this call to the com-
munity will prompt
the people that have
information to come
forward. If personal
safety is a concern we
can take the steps to
deal with that.”
Anyone with
information is asked
to call IHIT TIP Line
at 1-877-551-IHIT. If
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BEFORE HE DIED in
police custody, Surrey
resident Victor Kooner
was operating a facil-
ity for addicts that he
called the Spiritual
Freedom House Society
or “Freedom House” for
short.
It was virtually the
same name that ano-
ther well-established
Surrey recovery house
uses.
Darren Smaill, the
founder of the Free-
dom House Recovery
Society, wasn’t
aware of the
similarity in
names until
he read news
reports about
Kooner’s death
on June 22.
The 39-year-
old Kooner
died shortly after
he was arrested for
running in and out
of traffic by Surrey
RCMP.
Vancouver Police
have been called in to
conduct an indepen-
dent investigation.
Smaill said
his service
is a licensed,
government-
funded
support care
facility that
has operated
for almost 10
years.
Smaill suspects the
choice of a similar
name may have been
deliberate by Kooner,
in a bid to gain respec-
tability for his smaller,
privately operated
service.
The website for
Smaill’s facility at
http://www.fhrs.ca/
proudly says the loca-
tion at 13765-13767
105 Ave. is “one of the
best recovery homes in
the Lower Mainland.”
The website sta-
tes the residential
recovery facility for
men “meets all of the
requirements of Fraser
Health, BC Housing
and the City of Sur-
rey.”
Another Internet
posting notes the
society operates mul-
tiple recovery houses
that offer “individual
and group counselling,
24-hour supervision,
help with victim-of-
abuse issues, and life
skills training.”
The society also
operates “second-stage
houses” that are super-
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counsellors.
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SHE WAS walking with
a friend when the man
came up behind her and
suddenly grabbed her
by her buttocks.
Delta Police said the
assault took place on
July 21 around 4:30
p.m. in the 7800 block
of 112 Street.
The woman
screamed and ran to
an open area. She was
not physically injured,
police said.
Her attacker is
described as a clean-
cut 17- to 18-year-old
Caucasian, 5’8” to
5’10”, slender build,
wearing a light
coloured short sleeve
shirt and black shorts.
Delta Police have
issued a public warn-
ing telling residents
to be familiar with
surroundings, walk
in high traffic pedes-
trian/vehicle areas,
to draw attention to
yourself if approached
by a stranger and
report incidents to
police as soon as pos-
sible.
Anyone with infor-
mation about the case
is asked to contact
the Delta Police at
604-946-4411 or if you
wish to remain anony-
mous, call Crime
Stoppers at 1-800-222-
TIPS.
newsroom@surreyleader.com
No link to Kooner case
Woman assaulted
in North Delta
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1997.
Corrigan
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treatment.
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one in Surrey,”
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said.
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Metro board will be
voting on the overall
plan, which includes
recommended waste-
to-energy incinerators.
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by Kevin Diakiw
TRAFFIC WILL be coast-
ing over the new Port
Mann Bridge a year
sooner than expected.
Te timetable was
announced Tursday
by Premier Gordon
Campbell as part of a
milestone that the work
is now one-third com-
plete. Apart from being
ahead of time, it is also
on budget, Campbell
said.
“Once completed,
the new Port Mann
Bridge and Highway
1 upgrades will have
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families who use this
corridor to get to and
from work,” Premier
Gordon Campbell said.
“By reducing round-
trip travel times by up
to an hour per day,
commuters will have
more time to spend
with their family and
loved ones.”
Tursday’s
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contractors confrming
the premier’s prediction
of a year ago, that the
bridge would be com-
plete in 2012.
“Tanks to the
expertise, ingenuity
and hard work of our
private-sector builder,
the new Port
Mann Bridge
will open a
full year ahead
of schedule,”
Campbell said
last spring.
Te original
plan for the
bridge work
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the existing
span. In April last year,
Campbell announced
the province was build-
ing a new 10-lane mega
bridge beside
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Te cost of the
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and the new
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billion.
Te bridge
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1, upgrading inter-
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Langley, a distance of
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Te work is expected
to reduce travel times by
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SURREY IS watching closely as
the City of Pitt Meadows has
given early endorsement to a ban
from growing medical marijuana
in that municipality.
Health Canada allows the
medicinal use of marijuana for
several conditions, including
severe pain or muscle spasms
from multiple sclerosis, spinal
cord injury or disease, pain or
nausea from cancer or HIV and
seizures from epilepsy.
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medical purposes.
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Council endorsed the bylaw
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Canada to disallow the federally
sanctioned activity.
Surrey Fire Chief Len Garis
said the Pitt Meadows move is
quite bold, and noted this city
has existing bylaws that preclude
growers from conducting busi-
ness in urban areas.
Because it’s a horticultural use,
and it is for proft, medical grows
are not allowed in a residential
setting, he said.
Garis has long said the medi-
cal grows are ofen wired incor-
rectly and pose a high risk of
causing a structure fre. He notes
that they are not permitted,
regulated or deemed safe by a
city inspector.
While Health Canada
stipulates permits are required,
federal health minister Leona
Aglukkaq wrote in a letter to the
Federation of Canadian Munici-
palities in April: “Health Canada
does not, however, verify com-
pliance with these requirements
either before or afer licensing.”
She also referred to a “reform
exercise” being undertaken.
Health Canada has declined
city requests for the locations
of the authorized growers for
privacy reasons. Garis said he’s
also been unable to fnd out how
many there are.
About 2,800 production
licences have been issued to
medical marijuana growers in
Canada.
Garis said of the six Lower
Mainland municipalities par-
ticipating in a new Electrical
Fire and Safety Initiative, there
have been 50 medical grow-ops
found.
Garis said it’s possible Surrey
could introduce a similar bylaw
to that of Pitt Meadows, depend-
ing on how it stands up to legal
challenges.
Surrey is also watching closely
to see what the federal govern-
ment does with its “reform
exercise.”
Studies have shown that dwell-
ings with marijuana grow opera-
tions are 24 times more likely to
catch fre.
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munications for the
2007 hot air balloon
crash in Hazelmere RV
Park and Campground,
which killed two and
injured 11 others, as
well as the 2004 Dalai
Lama visit to Vancouver.
Kageorge said receiv-
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of six major awards
presented at this year’s
gala – was a humbling
experience.
“I feel way too young
to receive one of the
highest honours – it’s
intimidating,” he said.
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is very meaningful
because it comes from
great talent across the
country that realize how
critical it is that the pub-
lic receive information
in an honest, forthright
manner from compa-
nies and non-profts,
and that they connect
well.”
Spokesman recognized
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Local resident receives award in Regina
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SATURDAY’S MUCH-ANTICIPATED rematch
between the Surrey Big Kahuna Rams and Van-
couver Island Raiders – who met in last year’s B.C.
Football Conference fnal – ended the same way
as the frst: with a convincing Raiders’ win.
Against Big Kahuna, the Nanaimo-based Raid-
ers – the defending Canadian Junior Football
League champs – jumped out to an early lead
on home turf and never let up, eventually going
home with a 37-13 victory.
Te Raiders got on the board in the frst quar-
ter, when Mike Schaper hauled in a touchdown
pass from quarterback Jordan Yantz – one of fve
touchdowns the pivot threw on the day – and led
16-0 by halfime.
Te Rams got on the board in the third quarter
– when rookie quarterback Nathaniel White con-
nected with Everad Jackson for a 15-yard score
– but had another score
called back on a penalty,
which opened the door
for Vancouver Island to
extend its lead.
Special teams wizard
Nick Downey had the
Rams’ other touchdown,
scoring on a 65-yard run
late in the fourth quarter.
Downey with 80 yards
rushing, Grif n Bullock
with four receptions for 73 yards, and Matt Chap-
delaine with three catches for 49 yards, were the
team’s ofensive leaders.
Tough the Rams are trying to work several
new players into the ofence – including White,
at quarterback – the ofence still managed to tally
252 total yards. But it was the team’s defence that
struggled against the Raiders’ attack. Te Raiders
fnished with 497 yards of total ofence, with 398
of those yards coming from Yantz, who picked
apart the Rams through the air.
“Te plays that we knew would work actually
worked ... We knew everything they were going
to do,” said Schaper, who fnished with 115 yards
receiving and two touchdowns.
Te Rams will look to even their record this
Saturday in Kelowna, against the Okanagan Sun.
Kickof is 7 p.m. at the Apple Bowl.
- with files from Nanaimo News-Bulletin
by Rick Kupchuk
THE B.C. Premier Baseball League fnal four
playof will include both the North Delta
Blue Jays and the Fraser Valley Chiefs.
Te two local teams in the elite 18-and-
under league qualifed for next weekend’s
championship tournament by winning their
respective best-of-three quarterfnal playof
series on the weekend.
Te Blue Jays swept the Vancouver Cannons
by scores of 5-1 and 10-8 Saturday at Mackie
Park in North Delta, while the Chiefs needed
all three games to eliminate the Abbotsford
Cardinals. Fraser Valley won Saturday’s open-
ing game 4-0, then dropped the rematch 4-3 at
Whalley Ball Park.
In the deciding game Sunday, the Chiefs
won 4-2.
North Delta did all their scoring in the ffh
inning in game one Saturday, with Cam Frick
driving in three runs with the second of two
doubles he hit.
Matt Tompkins was the winning pitcher,
allowing an unearned run on fve hits and a
pair of walks.
Te Blue Jays almost won game two in
fve innings, then had to hang on for a 10-8
victory. Te home side led 10-0 going into the
bottom half of the ffh inning, but Vancouver
scored once to avoid having the game called
on the 10-run mercy rule. Tey almost
completed a comeback from the double-digit
defcit, scoring four in the sixth and three
more in the seventh before North Delta got
the fnal out.
Reed Lavallee and Cam Frick each doubled
and drove in three runs for the Jays. C.J. Pent-
land also hit a double, and fnished the game
with a pair of RBIs.
Fraser Valley took advantage of a complete-
game shutout by pitcher Justin Pilgrim in
game one of their series with Abbotsford. Te
Cardinals earned just fve hits and a pair of
walks of Pilgrim, who struck out eight batters
in seven innings.
Adam Quan led the ofence with two hits,
including a double, in three at-bates. He also
scored once.
Te Chiefs couldn’t hold a 3-1 lead in game
two, and lost in nine innings. Alex Dunbar
took the loss, despite throwing a fve-hitter
over seven innings, not giving up a walk.
But the Chiefs collected just three hits all
game, two of them doubles by Quan and
Brandon Bufon.
In Sunday’s deciding contest, Fraser Valley
opened the scoring with three runs in the
third inning, then hung on for the victory.
Jaymes Proutt allowed just four hits and three
walks in six innings to get the win. Mitch
Dornblut was two-for-three with a pair of
RBIs.
Fraser Valley and the Blue Jays join the Vic-
toria Mariners and Langley Blaze in the four-
team double knockout playof next weekend at
Nat Bailey Stadium in Vancouver.
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by Rick Kupchuk
ADAM SVENSSON continues to
dominate on the golf course.
Te Surrey resident put together
four solid rounds to win the B.C.
Amateur Championship last week
in Castlegar, the third major vic-
tory this month for the 16-year-old
who is now the youngest ever win-
ner of the event.
Svensson
fred rounds of
67-71-68-70 for
an eight-under
par total of 276,
fve strokes
clear of a trio
of golfers who
tied for second
place.
Justin Shin of
Pitt Meadows
was in that
group, afer trailing Svensson by
just one shot with three shots to
play. Svensson put an end to the
challenge with an eagle on 16.
“I was hitting the ball great and I
putted great,” said Svensson. “I was
plus one on the front, so pressure
was on for the back. I was one up
on 15. Justin doubled and I eagled
16. Tat took the pressure of.”
Svensson, who had earlier won
both the B.C. Junior title in Courte-
nay and the Callaway Junior World
tournament in San Diego, has now
qualifed to be part of the B.C. team
which will compete at the Cana-
dian Amateur Championships next
month in London, Ontario.
But before that, he will tee it up
at the Canadian Junior Champion-
ship Aug. 3-6 at the Richmond Golf
and Country Club.
“We knew
everything
they were
going to do.”
Mike Schaper
GREG SAKAKI / BLACK PRESS
South Surrey Rams receiver Matt Chapdelaine is taken down by Vancouver Island Raiders
defenders during the first game of the Canadian Junior Football League season on
Saturday at Nanaimo’s Caledonia Park. The Rams lost 37-13.
Fraser Valley, North Delta win playoff series to qualify
Surrey loses season opener in Nanaimo
Chiefs, Blue Jays advance to fnal four
Rams fall to Raiders
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Adam Svensson
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SPORTS Wednesday July 28 2010
19 The Surrey/North Delta Leader
month-old kitten – emerges from some shrubbery, and scurries to
catch up with mom and dad.
“Hello! How are you doing?” Hancock says as he walks towards
the family. “What a fne little baby you’ve got there.”
Te cranes edge away and head the other direction – a much dif-
ferent reaction than the one he receives from a pair of
caged crane parents.
As Hancock approaches the duo, they make a
loud trumpeting call in unison, before one runs at
the fence, wings at full span.
It’s the distinction between captive-reared
and wild cranes, Hancock said. While those in
the wild avoid humans, ones that have lived
around people aren’t afraid to get close
and attack.
He’s observed the behaviour through
his studies of the birds, which he is
undertaking in hopes of helping them
breed and, ultimately, replenish their
dwindling population.
“I think this is such a neat indigenous
bird,” he says. “It would be nice to have
them back again.”
H
ancock has had a passion for birds
since catching his frst hawk at 11 years
old and becoming a falconer.
He spent most of his life studying West Coast
and Arctic wildlife, and worked as a pilot and
wildlife flm producer.
While Hancock has published writings on whales,
seals, seabirds, grouse and northern native cultures, his spe-
cialty is in northern raptors, particularly eagle.
His most recent noted work has been with live bald eagle stream-
ing video cameras, a study that has turned up more than 300 nesting
pairs in Greater Vancouver.
On top of lecturing, Hancock also runs his own publishing com-
pany that specializes in western Canadian history, native culture and
nature and wildlife books.
He uses the business to support his other pursuit, the Hancock
Wildlife Foundation, which strives to promote the conservation of
wildlife and its habitats.
He runs both organizations out of his 0 Avenue property, where
his house, of ce and around 20 aviaries can be found. Hancock said
there were 135 pens at one time, but most collapsed under heavy
snowfall a few winters ago, while the birds were
indoors.
Tere are also a number of some
exotic, non-indigenous species on
his property, including a number
of tropical turacos, such as the
white-cheeked and Lady Ross
varieties.
Currently, he is focusing on
cranes.
W
hile there is little chance
of Hancock getting close
to a baby crane guarded by its two
defensive parents, there are many captive-
reared youngsters who are eager to socialize.
Tey follow him around while he visits the
aviaries, peck at the buttons on his shirt and attempt to untie his
shoelaces.
Tey are inquisitive, friendly and likable.
Hancock said his daughter, Mia, as a young teen, had a crane for
three years afer it hatched at her bedside and imprinted on her as
his de facto mother. It was not uncommon for Mia to pack Gus up in
the car and take him to Crescent Beach.
“As long as you have lots of napkins, it’s okay,” Hancock said, smil-
ing.
She would also help him practise fying by running ahead of him
David Hancock’s aviary includes tropical birds as well as native species such as sandhill cranes (above) and ruddy ducks (below).
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See CRANES / Page 21
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on 192 Street. Gus would follow,
and, upon reaching a dip in the road,
take of into the air. He would always
come home afer.
Although baby cranes are afable,
they don’t stay that way. Within a few
years, Hancock said, they become
hostile and attack humans.
Te behaviour is similar to the
birds’ instinct upon hatching.
Although all cranes lay two eggs,
they only raise one baby, as one
ofspring kills the other, he said.
Hancock intervenes before this
happens, taking one of the eggs for
him and his staf to raise. Once the
young birds get big, they are no lon-
ger violent towards each other, and
can intermingle.
Captive-rearing the cranes is part
of his goal to help them in the wild.
Hancock said wild cranes insist on
large, secluded areas to breed, which
is problematic when much of their
habitat is encroached upon by people.
His aim is to help the birds adapt to
smaller areas, where they can raise
young – something he said many wild
cranes haven’t done for years.
“Our local populations are on
the verge of being nothing,” he said.
“Cranes demand absolute isolation
and privacy. If we raise them in cap-
tivity, we might be able to get them
to nest in their natural areas that are
reduced in size.
“By captive-rearing the birds,
they get a little more accustomed to
people and built up surroundings.”
Hancock would like to see crane
habitats enclosed with coyote-proof
fences, and believes captive-reared
cranes would be more likely to stay
within the confnes than wild ones.
“I need to show people cranes can
fend for themselves,” he said, noting
he hopes to replicate similar projects
that proved successful with eagles
and peregrine falcons.
“Initially, you have to show it’s
possible.”
With all the nearby wild crane
areas – such as Burns Bog and the
Serpentine Fen – unfenced from
coyotes, the next step is fnding
someone to invest in the undertak-
ing.
“Tat’s a fairly big expense.”
But that’s not stopping Hancock
from trying. He’s determined to
see sandhill cranes back in habitats
where they’ve been known to suc-
cessfully raise young, seek protec-
tion and thrive – the homes they’ve
been forced out of.
Hancock Wildlife Foundation is
in need of volunteers with technical
skills to help with eagle cameras.
For more information, or to learn
about – or donate to – the non-proft
society, visit www.hancockwildlife.org
hsutherland@peacearcnews.com
Surrey North Delta Leader Wednesday July 28 2010 21
Cranes: Captive rearing can help in the wild
David Hancock feeds
three of his sandhill
crane chicks, left, and
above, hands a grape
to a Lady Ross Turaco.
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FAMILY ANNOUNCEMENTS
5 IN MEMORIAM
Alfred “Fred” Corrado
March 13th 1923-July 27th 2006
Dad,
We’ll always remember that spe-
cial smile,that caring heart, that
warm embrace, you always gave
us. You being their for Mom and
us through good times and bad
times, no matter what. We’ll al-
ways remember you Dad be-
cause they’ll never be another
one to replace you in our hearts,
and the love we will always have
for you.
Love us all
7 OBITUARIES 7 OBITUARIES
SETALA, Anne Mary
August 20, 1935-July 18, 2010

It is with great sadness that we
announce the passing of Anne
Setala. Surrounded by her
family, she passed away on
July 18, 2010 after a long and
courageous battle with cancer.
Anne is predeceased by her
son Randy Maki (2010) and
her husbands Ilmer Setala
(1990) and Thomas Maki
(1962). She is survived by her
daughters, Cheryl Lyon and
Tami Setala, two sons, Brad
Maki and Warren Maki, 6
grandchildren and 2 great
grandchildren. After retiring
from Canada Post Corp. Anne
travelled extensively and en-
joyed spending time with her
grandchildren.
The family wishes to thank the
wonderful nurses and staff at
Laurel Place Hospice.
A “Celebration of Life” will be
held for Anne on Friday, Au-
gust 20, 2010, 12:00-2:00p.m.
at 17695 58th Avenue, Clover-
dale, B.C. In lieu of flowers
please donate to the B.C.
Cancer Society.
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Pricing Coordinator /
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• Work with Sales, Marketing, and Finance to design and implement process improvements
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JUNIOR ACCOUNTANT
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The incumbent will be responsible for bookkeeping duties and
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If you are interested in this position, please send a cover letter
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Farah Kotadia
Director of Human Resources and Communications
DIVERSEcity Community Resources Society
#1107-7330 137th St.
Surrey, BC
V3W 1A3
e-mail to: fkotadia@dcrs.ca
or by fax to: 604-597-4299
www.dcrs.ca
No phone calls please.
Please note that only shortlisted candidates
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A Criminal Record Check is a requirement of Employment.
Date Posted: July 28, 2010
Job Title: Junior Accountant
Job Number: 1053
Department: Administration Department
Classification: Unionized – 21 hours + benefits
Salary Range: Grid Level 12 ($17.60-$20.70 per hour)
21 hours per week
Start Date: ASAP
Reports to: Manager of Finance
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PAYROLL & BENEFITS
ADMINISTRATOR
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Farah Kotadia
Director of Human Resources and Communications
DIVERSEcity Community Resources Society
#1107-7330 137th St.
Surrey, BC
V3W 1A3
E-mail: fkotadia@dcrs.ca
Website: www.dcrs.ca
Or by fax to 604-597-4299
No phone calls please.
Please note that only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.
A Criminal Record Check is a requirement of Employment.
DIVERSEcity is an equal opportunity employer. This posting is open to
male and female applicants and requires Union membership.
Date Posted: July 28, 2010
Job Title: Payroll & Benefits Administrator
(with ADP experience)
Job Number: 1052
Department: Administration
Classification: Regular Full-Time
Salary Range: Grid Level 10 ($10.54-$18.27 per hour) + benefits
Start Date: ASAP
Reports to: Manager of Finance
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114 DRIVERS/COURIER/
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w/exp to look after two kids; super-
vision of kid’s activities; taking care
of general hygiene; preparing &
providing Canadian/Punjabi meals.
Sal: $9/hr Fluency in English, Pun-
jabi an asset. Knowledge of Punjabi
Culture is req’d. Tejinder @ Fax:
800-732-9954. Loc: Sry, BC. Email
tajindergrewal17@yahoo.com
Nijjar Drywall Construction Ltd.
Is hiring for Drywall Tapers
($22.11/hr). Drywall Finishers
and Installers ($22.50/hr). Fire
Stopping Insulator ($21.63/hr).
All 40 hrs/wk + ben.
Send resume by Mail to:
#345 - 8140 - 128 St.
Surrey, BC V3W 1R1
or Fax 866-694-2742.
POSITIONS AVAILABLE for experi-
enced Class 1 and 3 drivers with
clean abstract, H2S, GODI, First
Aid Tickets. Send resumes to
joe cornish@northwestel.net or fax
250-774-6248. No phone calls.
SEAMSTRESS
We need full time people
with industrial
sewing experience, to
make high quality bed
linens in our bright, clean
and friendly shop. Near
Ironwood Mall.
St. Geneve
#103-11220 Horseshoe Way,
Richmond
Fax: 604-272-0552
or phone Eszter,
8a.m.-2p.m.
604-272-3004
Service Writer / Coordinator
Fraserway RV, Canada’s leading
RV company, is looking for an
Experienced Service Writer /
Co-ordinator.
Required: related experience,
Team Player, hard working,
fantastic attitude!
Full Time, with Benefits. Refer-
ence job Code 02SE03 and send
your resume to:
rentalsnews@fraserway.com
Position available ASAP!
SUMMER WORK
$16.25 base-appt.
Ideal for students, no exp. nec.
Conditions apply, flexible openings.
604-595-1040.
summerworkforyou.com
TELEMARKETERS
$10 - $15/hr.
Required for marketing
company, close to bus route.
Full training given, P/T leading
to F/T. Must have computer
exp. Looking for motivated, up-
beat, goal-orientated people.
Call 778-565-4499
Mon.-Fri. 9:00-6:00
TILE SETTERS req’d. Sal: $25/hr
Duties: Load/unload tiles & move to
work areas; mix & spread cement;
help in removing damaged tiles;
help in cutting tiles; clean the work
areas. Basic English reqd. Punjabi
an asset. Mr. Ajaypal @ Fax: 604-
583-3211 Loc.: Surrey, BC. Email:
ahplumbingheating@yahoo.ca
131 HOME CARE/SUPPORT
CAREGIVER (with Dementia expe-
rience) required for older lady in our
Langley home. Full or Part time.
Refs req. Reply to Box # 648, C/O
Langley Times, 20258 Fraser Hwy,
Langley V0X 1L0
134 HOTEL, RESTAURANT,
FOOD SERVICES
Basant Sweet House Ltd
is hiring for
East Indian Cooks, Sweet
Makers and Tandoori Cooks.
All $17.00/hr, 40hrs/wk + benefits.

Send resume. Mail
#102-15932 96 Ave,
Surrey, BC, V4N 2L6
or Fax 604-584-2674
EMPLOYMENT/EDUCATION EMPLOYMENT/EDUCATION EMPLOYMENT/EDUCATION
115 EDUCATION 115 EDUCATION 115 EDUCATION
115 EDUCATION 115 EDUCATION 115 EDUCATION
115 EDUCATION
115 EDUCATION
24 Wednesday July 28 2010 Classifieds 604-575-5555 • Circulation 604-575-5344 • Surrey North Delta Leader
careers ripe
for the picking
Extra Foods Surrey
Surrey Extra Foods is seeking to hire a
Meat Supervisor
Responsibilities for this position include, but are
not limited to: Ordering and merchandising of
product, promoting and increasing sales, meeting
budget requirements, provide direction and support
to department staff as well as ensuring all company
policies and procedures are followed.
The successful candidate will have superior
customer service, communication and leadership
skills. Ability to work in a fast paced team
environment is essential. Previous experience
would be an asset.
This is a full time position which offers a
comprehensive beneÄts plan, a competitive salary
and excellent opportunities for advancement.
Should this position be of interest, please fax or
drop off your resume and cover letter to:
Extra Foods
18765 Fraser Highway, Surrey, B.C. V3S 8E7
Fax (604) 576-3125
Attention: Store Owner Steve
Change your life & the lives of others … 604-580-2772
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Change your life today
HEALTH CARE:
º Cardiology Technologist
º Hospital Support Specialist
º Medical Laboratory Assistant
º Medical Offce Assistant
º Nursing Unit Clerk
HUMAN SERVICES
º Community Support & Outreach Worker
º Early Childhood Educator
º Special Education Assistant
SCHOOL OF NURSING
º Practical Nursing
º Regional Diploma in Psychiatric Nursing
º Health Care Assistant (formerly Resident Care
Attendant / Home Support)
FREE ESL Training & Support: Free 2 month
College English Preparatory program
FREE Biology 12 Upgrade
EMPLOYMENT/EDUCATION
134 HOTEL, RESTAURANT,
FOOD SERVICES
Canuel Caterers
BC’s largest High School Cafete-
ria Company with over 50
locations is now interviewing for
counter attendants, cashiers/food
prep & Team leaders starting in
Sept at a school near you. 4-8 hr
shifts available during the school
day. If you would enjoy summers,
Christmas & spring break off fax
resume to 604-575-7771.
COOKS req’d. Sal: $40,000/annum
Duties: Prepare & cook complete
Indian Tandoori dishes; order kitch-
en supplies; plan menus; estimate
food requirements & costs. Basic
English req’d. Punjabi an asset.
Contact: Anish Fax: 604-435-3242
Email: legreekltd@yahoo.ca. Loca-
tion: 3877 Canada Way, Bby., BC
COOK - Yokohama in Surrey is
hiring F/T Cook who has +3yrs.
Jap./Korean cooking exp. & sec.
sch. diploma req. Monthly wage will
be $3,000. Main duty-Jap./Korean
cooking activity. (fax)604-584-4577/
woogie_73@hotmail.com
115 EDUCATION
160 TRADES, TECHNICAL
EMPLOYMENT/EDUCATION
134 HOTEL, RESTAURANT,
FOOD SERVICES
DGS Enterprises Ltd.
dba Yellow Chilli Restaurant & Bar
is hiring East Indian Cooks
($17/hr, 40hr/wk + ben)
Specializing in Indain cooking.

Send resume. Mail:
#6 - 12818 - 72 Ave.
Surrey, BC V3W 2M9
Fax: 604-591-6888
Edo-Ya Sushi (Delta), F/T Sushi
Chef $18.75/hr, 3-5 yrs exp. High
school grad. Prepare & cook meals.
Apply at: 1350-56
th
St., Delta, BC
FULL FRONT AND BACK
OF HOUSE STAFF NEEDED.
Chef, Kitchen Assistant, Dishwash-
er, Bartender and Waiters/Waitress.
Saturdays Fish & Chips Restaurant
8080 120 St. Surrey. Currently un-
der renovation, will be open for first
week of August. F/T and P/T avail.
Some experience preferred. Please
leave resumes at restaurant with
Darrel (Site Supervisor) or Email to:
hardeep_09@hotmail.com
115 EDUCATION
160 TRADES, TECHNICAL
EMPLOYMENT/EDUCATION
134 HOTEL, RESTAURANT,
FOOD SERVICES
INDIAN COOKS: Mirage Banquet
Hall in Surrey is hiring 2 f/t Indian
cooks with 3 yrs of exp in making
Indian food dishes like tandoori
chicken, butter chicken, cheese
chilli, goat curry, naan, rice etc.
Salary would be $17/hr with 40
hrs/week. Must be fluent in Punjabi
or Hindi and knowledge of English
is an asset. Interested applicants
please fax resumes: 604-575-0354
KOHINOOR SWEETS
& RESTAURANT INC.
Req’s “East Indian Sweet
Makers”, “East Indain
Cooks” and “Tandoori
Cooks”, for all wages
$17/hour, 40 hours/week.
Apply by mail:
#101 - 12889 - 84 Ave.
Surrey, BC V3W 0K5
or by email:
kohinoor.sweets@yahoo.ca
115 EDUCATION
WE’RE ON THE WEB
www.bcclassified.com
160 TRADES, TECHNICAL
EMPLOYMENT/EDUCATION
134 HOTEL, RESTAURANT,
FOOD SERVICES
PORTO FINO
EXP. LINE COOKS in Italian &
Greek cuisine needed. Also delivery
drivers req. for our new location on
Fraser Hwy. Apply in person with
resume after 4pm at: #104-18640
Fraser Hwy., Langley.
SOUTH SURREY Fatburger to
serve Ricky’s Breakfast soon,
Needing experienced breakfast
cooks for part time or full time work.
Top wages to the right person.
($11.00 - $14.00 per hour) In at
6 am and out by noon. Only experi-
ence with breakfast cooking will be
considered . Send Resume to
dianna@rickysr.com or fax to 604-
637-8874.
138 LABOURERS
Experienced
Siders Wanted
Call (604)961-0056
WAREHOUSE
LEAD HAND
HELLY HANSEN Leisure Canada
Inc. is seeking an experienced
Warehouse Lead for our Delta, BC
warehouse. Must have 3+ years
exp. as lead; prefer exp. in apparel.
We provide competitive pay, product
discount & full benefits.
E-mail resume & pay range to
jobs@hrnovations.com.
139 MEDICAL/DENTAL
CDA
Exp’d energetic CDA req’d for
modern computerized dental
office in Langley. Proficiency in
all aspects of Restorative pros
oral/implant surgery and Dentrix
Software (or comparable) is a
major asset. F/T position starts
ASAP. Please send cover
letter/resume: Attn Yvonne:
sagedental@gmail.com
MOA: F/T exp’d MOA for busy spe-
cialist office. Must have strong com-
puter skills, transcription 60 words+,
Smart Series, and must have exc
communication skills. Send resume
& ref’s please to Box 250, c/o the
Langley Times, 20258 Fraser Hwy,
Langley, BC, V3A 4E6
142 OFFICE SUPPORT/CLERKS
ADMIN. ASSISTANT – P/T
This 20 hr/week position includes
overall responsibility of assisting
the Executive Director in efficient
daily operations of the office of
Surrey Hospice Society and
supporting Fundraising & Special
Events as needed.
Duties include:
Administration duties;
- Maintain database of volunteers
& donors
- Interview, schedule, supervise
and support office volunteers
- Troubleshoot computer / email
problems
- Answer phones & welcome
walk-ins
- Design, prepare & mail
invitations to special events
- Create & update brochures,
forms and newsletters for
Society & Thrift Store
- Will work closely with E.D. and
events committee on future
events (ie fundraisers, AGM,
appreciation dinners).
Skills required:
- Excellent organizational &
computer skills (proficient in MS
Word, Publisher & Excel)
- Demonstrated leadership and
team skills
- Excellent ability to multi-task,
take initiative
- Excellent communication skills
- Must be flexible and creative
Please email your resume to
marion@surreyhospice.com
No phone calls please.
COUNTER SALES
for busy Port Kells company.
Duties include: Order entry,
purchasing / receiving,
inventory control and schedul-
ing. Must have experience in
order-entry and good customer
service skills.
Please email resume to:
hr@triomachinery.com
156 SALES
FURNITURE
SALESPERSON
Required for Vancouver Furniture
Emporium in Langley. Must have
a positive attitude. Experience
with furniture sales is an asset.
Apply In Person:
20359 #10 Hwy.
(Langley By-Pass) OR
Fax :604-534-7795 Attn: Elda
E-mail: salelang@telus.net
PREMIER DEAD Sea Skin Care re-
tailer is seeking 4 energetic Retail
Sales Reps. for our locations in
Guildford. $12.50/hr. Please mail to:
drwguildford@gmail.com
EMPLOYMENT/EDUCATION
158 SHIPPING/RECEIVING
SHIPPER / RECEIVER
Monday to Friday 8:00 - 4:30pm,
no experience necessary, will
train the right candidate, must
have valid class 5 driving license.
Please send resumes by fax to:
604-530-9576 or to Chirs Walker
at: walker@travelandrv.ca.
159 TEACHERS
Registered Nurses/
Registered Practical
Nurses Wanted!
Sprott-Shaw Community Col-
lege Abbotsford, is currently
seeking clinical instructors for the
Licensed Practical Nursing Pro-
gram. The successful applicant
must be an RN or RPN, with a
current membership. Teaching
experience is preferred, but not
required. This is a 6 week con-
tract position that may lead to
part time or permanent employ-
ment.
Sprott-Shaw Community Col-
lege is an accredited private
post-secondary institution training
over 4500 students each year.
We offer a competitive package &
excellent work environment.
Please send cover letter and re-
sume to:
robr@sprott-shaw.com or fax
Attn: Director at 604-504-3372
ASAP.
Closing date-August 6, 2010
Clinical Position to begin August
23, 2010.
160 TRADES, TECHNICAL
AUTOBODY, 1
st
or 2
nd
year appren-
tice & journeyman autobody
tech/painter required for busy do-
mestic collision center. Excellent
wages, full company benefits, mov-
ing allowance available. Please
email: denhamcc@telus.net or fax
resume to: 780-352-5698. Denham
Ford Sales, Wetaskiwin, Alberta.
CARPENTER req’d; 5+ yrs exp; Sal
$24/hr Duties: calculate specifica-
tions & requirements, Measure, cut,
shape, assemble & join mouldings,
wood materials, Fit & install win-
dows, doors, stairs, mouldings, Op-
erate power tools. Lang: English.
Punjabi/Hindi an asset. Contact
Harchand from Oakpine Manufac-
ture Ltd. at Surrey, BC. Email/Fax
Resume: jobs.oakpine@yahoo.ca
604-591-8044
CHAMCO Industries Ltd has an
immediate opening for a Service
Technician in its Surrey location.
Duties include, but are not limited
to, the commissioning, maintenance
and repair of pumps, compressors,
and industrial air dryers. For further
details of this posting, refer to
www.chamco.com
ENGINE MECHANICS req’d w/exp
Sal: $30/hr Duties: Detect faults,
adjust, repair/replace defective
parts including engine, body, air
brakes, steering and fuel; emission
ctrl exhaust, cooling and heating
system, check heavy vehicles,
clean/change oil, lubricate, estimate
cost of repair work Hindi, Punjabi
an asset. Contact Mr. Gurdarshan
@ E-mail: paylessltd@gmail.com
Fax: 604-598-0129 Loc: Surrey, BC
FIELD STAFF
General Contractor (AB/BC all
areas) is Looking for field staff:
Site Superintendents, Carpen-
ters, Apprentice Carpenters and
Labourers. Willing to work out of
town. Experience in: Petroleum,
Commercial or Retail/Commercial
Petroleum Construction.
Fax Resume to: 778-754-0033
F/T Contract Supervisor-Build/in-
stall interior finishing. Requisition
materials/supplies. Ensure stan-
dards for safe working cond. Pre-
pare schedules/reports. $28/hr.
Email, info@bestkitchens.com or
123-13065 84 Ave Surrey V3W1B3
Plant Maintenance Manager
Harz Veneer & Wood Products Ltd.
in Langley is looking for a f/t, perm.,
English / Punjabi speaking Plant
Maintenance Manager with 7/mo to
1/yr exp. Must have completion of
Mechanical Engineering program at
college or university level. Duties:
develop / implement procedure for
safety & maint. programs, plan and
manage maint. budget, direct the
maint. & repair of machinery /
equipment of the plant, hire and
train staff. Wages $20/hr.
Fax resume @ harzven@telus.net
REINFORCING PLACERS
Experienced Reinforcing
Steel Installers Required.
We are now hiring for
various jobs in the
Greater Vancouver District
*Competitive Rates dependant on
experience. *Medical Benefits.
Please visit: www.lmsgroup.ca
and fill out the online application
ROOFING CREW required. Must
be experienced. Call Paul,
604-328-0527
Check our Classifieds
before buying a
New or Used
CAR or TRUCK
bcclassified.com 604-575-5555
EMPLOYMENT/EDUCATION
163 VOLUNTEERS
EXCITING OPPORTUNITY
Are you interested in making a
significant difference in your com-
munity as Extra Eyes & Ears for
Police? Does developing and
experiencing many of the skills
required of emergency services
personnel sound exciting?
Perhaps you’re a retired senior
seeking a mentorship opportu-
nity? Hopefully so!
Citizens Crime Watch Patrol
and Speed Watch Volunteers
are recognized for reducing crime
weekend nights and promoting
traffic safety during the day. You
will be trained and equipped to
safely observe and report crimi-
nal activity, recover stolen vehi-
cles, assist emergency services
personnel at motor vehicle inci-
dents, and more!
Our volunteers are teamed up
and take turns using their own
vehicles at least one night per
calendar month (gas certificate
provided). We also act as a de-
terrent to crime at community
events and parades.
Please call Lisa or Garry
at 604-502-8555
www.surreycrime.bc.ca
PERSONAL SERVICES
171 ALTERNATIVE HEALTH
MING SPA. $40/1 hr. Perfect body
massage, effective for fatigue,
stress & after exercise or work.
15932-96 Ave, Sry. 9am-9pm. 604-
580-8830. Wendy, Michelle, Emy
ART/MUSIC/DANCING
MCGILL MASTER in Piano. Giving
all-level piano and theory lessons.
Anny 604-3741426
172 ASTROLOGY/PSYCHICS
.lia singh
173 MIND BODY SPIRIT
NEW
FANTASTIC MASSAGE
Tel: 778-395-3939
10am-9pm 14045-104
th
Ave. Surrey
SCOTT HILL LASER
HAIR REMOVAL
◆ Upper Lip / Chin $20 ea
◆ Face / Bikini $65 ea
◆ Full Body $499 ea
◆ Skin Pigmentation
604-588-4662
Unit # 108 - 9257 120th St.Delta
175 CATERING/PARTY RENTALS
Unique Taste, Unique Menus...
Gourmet, customized menus
tailored to your function!
q Dinner Parties
q Executive Meetings
q Family Gatherings
q Weddings / Banquets
q B-B-Ques q Funerals
We Come To You! Doing It All
From Set-Up - Clean-Up.
Kristy 604.488.9161
180 EDUCATION/TUTORING
ADD YOUR business on
www.BCLocalBiz.com directo-
ry for province wide exposure!
Call 1-877-645-7704
AIRLINES ARE HIRING- Train for
high paying Aviation Maintenance
Career. FAA approved program.Fi-
nancial aid if qualified- Housing
available. CALL Aviation Institute of
Maintenance (877)818-0783
182 FINANCIAL SERVICES
$500$ LOAN SERVICE, by phone,
no credit refused, quick and easy,
payable over 6 or 12 installments.
Toll Free: 1-877-776-1660
www.moneyprovider.com.
AVOID BANKRUPTCY - SAVE UP
TO 70% Of Your Debt. One af-
fordable monthly payment, interest
free. For debt restructuring on
YOUR terms, not your creditors.
Call 1-866-690-3328 or see web
site: www.4pillars.ca
PERSONAL SERVICES
182 FINANCIAL SERVICES
DEBT CONSOLIDATION
PROGRAM Helping Canadians
repay debts, reduce or eliminate
interest, regardless of your credit.
Steady Income? You may qualify
for instant help. Considering
Bankruptcy? Call 1-877-220-3328
FREE Consultation Government
Approved, BBB Member
GET BACK ON TRACK! Bad cred-
it? Bills? Unemployed? Need Mon-
ey? We Lend! If you own your own
home - you qualify. Pioneer Accep-
tance Corp. Member BBB. 1-877-
987-1420.
www.pioneerwest.com
IF YOU OWN a home or real
estate, ALPINE CREDITS will lend
you money: It’s That Simple. Your
Credit / Age / Income is NOT an
issue. 1-800-587-2161.
HOME/BUSINESS SERVICES
203
ACCOUNTING/TAX/
BOOKKEEPING
J.KANG & ASSOCIATES
☛ Bookkeeping & Payroll
☛ Full Cycle Accounting
☛ Personal & Corporate Returns
☛ General Application Forms
Financial Analysis & Small
Businesses Welcome!
Certified Management
Accountant. 15 years Exp.
604.512.1872
206 APPLIANCE REPAIRS
AAH ABOVE ALL APPLS REPAIR
Quality work. Also appls for sale.
Elect & plumb serv 604-588-2828
Dawn Appliance Service. (Sry) Fast
in-home repairs, all makes & mod-
els Certif’d tech. 1 Yr parts & labour
warr. 7 days/24 hrs. 604-512-5936
225 CARPET INSTALLATION
CARPET INSTALL & REPAIRS.
Plus lino & tile. No job too small.
Free estimates. Al (604)780-7433
236 CLEANING SERVICES
#1 Residential Cleaner $22/hr. w/
supplies, 7 yrs. exp. refs. bondable.
Make ur home shine! 778.386.5476
PROFESSIONAL cleaning lady will
clean your home/office. For free
estimate call Eva (604)839-9287.
242 CONCRETE & PLACING
AKAL CONCRETE. All types of re-
no’s. Driveways, sidewalks, floors,
retaining walls. Call 778-881-0961
BONNIECRETE Const Ltd
Ross 604-535-0124
Concrete Lifting Specialist
ALL RESIDENTIAL CONCRETE
LIFTING NEEDS
D Driveways D Garages
D Patios D Sidewalks,
Raise to Proper Height
Eliminate Trip Spots
Provide Proper Drainage
3-5 YR WARRANTY
FREE EST. 20 YRS EXP.
DO YOU HAVE sunken concrete?
Don’t tear it up, raise it up and save
money. Sidewalks, driveways,
steps, patio and garage. Acme Pro
Concrete Lifting Inc. 604-626-4930
UNIQUE CONCRETE
DESIGN
F All types of concrete work F
F Re & Re F Forming F Site prep
FDriveways FExposed FStamped
F Bobcat Work F WCB Insured
778-231-9675, 778-231-9147
FREE ESTIMATES
257 DRYWALL
A Call to Vern. Free Est. Guarant’’d.
Drywall, Reno & Texture Specialist.
“No job too small”. 604-825-8469
ARCO DRYWALL Ltd. Board, Tape
Texture, Frame. New & Reno’s. 16
yrs exp, free est Mike 604-825-1500
DRYWALL, AS YOU LIKE IT.
Expert work. Call Dean @
604-543-5566 or 778-228-7662
258 EAVESTROUGH
maple ridge 3 bdrm g/l ste, np/ns,
$850 incl utils & cble. Avail July 15.
604-5335230
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Home, Garden & Design Solutions
B.C.’s Premier Full Service Home
Renovation & Landscaping Company
604-501-9290
www.mlgenterprises.ca
Complete Garden / Landscape Designs & Makeovers
New Homescapes • Outdoor Living Spaces • Gardening
Brick / Block • Retaining Walls • Pavers • Cultured Stone
Pillars • Gates • Driveways • Masonry
Lighting / Sprinkler / Drainage Systems
Lawn Installations • Pruning • Weeding • Clean-Ups
Residential Maintenace Programs • Landscape Products
Fencing • Home Improvements • Handyman Services
BBB • WCB • Fully Insured • 20 Years
One Call Does It All
GARDENING • LANDSCAPING
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www.mlgenterprises.ca
Home, Garden & Design Solutions
Kitchens • Bathrooms • Renovations • Additions
Outdoor Living Spaces • Suites • Custom Homes
Flooring • Hardwood • Tiles • Laminate
Sundecks • Patios • Arbours • Pergolas
Pillars • Gates • Driveways • Masonry
Brick / Block • Retaining Walls • Pavers • Cultured Stone
Roofing • Windows / Doors • Framing • Fencing
Complete Renovations • Handyman Services & More
Gardening • Landscaping
BBB • WCB • Fully Insured • 20 Years
One Call Does It All
FREE ESTIMATES
HOME
IMPROVEMENTS
HOME/BUSINESS SERVICES
260 ELECTRICAL
#1 QUALITY WORK,
Big or sm. Exp. Electrician avail.
Reas.rates.604-773-0341. Lic#9902
ELECTRICAL, HEATING &
PLUMBING. Res. & Com. Mainte-
nance & Repairs. Lic. 15 yrs. exp.
778-668-0188 wu_alpha@yahoo.ca
TAMARACK ELECTRICAL SER-
VICES For all your electrical needs.
Home reno specialist. Stellar ser-
vice! Call Matthew at 778-834-
7105. Lic. #99770
YOUR ELECTRICIAN $29 Service
Call Lic #89402 Same day guarn’td
We love small jobs! 604-568-1899
263 EXCAVATING & DRAINAGE
DRAINROCK INDUSTRIES - Drain
Cleaning, Video Inspection, Drain
tile replacement and repairs. Call
BOB @ 778-773-6657
ELLJAY CONTRACTING. Mini
Excavator, Drainage, Driveways,
Clearing. Small jobs ok! Stumps re-
moved. Sewer repair 778-908-4012
KEN’S DRAINAGE & EXCAVA-
TION. Septic Fields, etc. Call
604-582-7779, cell: 604-644-0297.
Better Business Bureau Member.
269 FENCING
6 FOOT HIGH CEDAR FENCE.
$11/foot. Low Prices. Quality Work.
Free Est. Harbans 604-805-0510.
6 FT FENCING, Retaining Walls,
Blacktop/Concrete driveway’s,
Reno’s, Roofing & Bobcat Service.
Gaary Landscaping (604)889-8957
Cedar & Concrete Fences and
Landscaping. Quality work, Free
Estimates. Call Mike 604-781-3870.
281 GARDENING
EB Gardening Complete property
maint. Landscaping, garden, press.
wash. 778-893-1634 604-710-1726.
Free Est. Pwr raking, grass cutting,
fertilizing, hedging, pruning, Rub-
bish Removal. 604-230-0627
Free Est. Pwr raking, grass cutting,
fertilizing, hedging, pruning, Rub-
bish Removal. 604-230-0627
GREAT LITTLE LAWN CO. Hire
local for all your lawncare mainte-
nance. Call Tars @ 604-614-0565
ROYAL KING
GARDENING
Reas Rates S Quality Work
Yard Clean-Up S Gardening
Lawn main S Power Raking
Aerating S Pressure Washing
Gutter Cleaning, etc
Free Est. Call:
MR SUNNY GILL
604-807-4763
Soil, bark, Sand, Gravel etc. $25/yd
+ $50 del. Also, Property Maint.
Services avail.Simon 604-230-0627
SUNNY DAY LANDSCAPING
Summer clean-up, lawn maint. new
turf, pruning, hedge trim, weeding,
fertilizing seeding. Fencing, rubbish
removal. Jay 778-862-2400.
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HOME/BUSINESS SERVICES
281 GARDENING
283 GUTTERS & DOWNSPOUTS
FREE EST. Gutter Cleaning re-
pairs, wndw cleaning, power wash.
7 days/week, Simon 604-230-0627
FREE EST. Gutter Cleaning re-
pairs, wndw cleaning, power wash.
7 days/week, Simon 604-230-0627
FREE EST. Gutter Cleaning re-
pairs, wndw cleaning, power wash.
7 days/week, Simon 604-230-0627
281 GARDENING
HOME/BUSINESS SERVICES
283 GUTTERS & DOWNSPOUTS
GUTTER & WINDOW CLEANING
Prices starting from for 3 lvl. hm.
(av. size) $90/gutters, $90/windows.
2 lvl. hm. (av.size) $65/gutters,
$65/windows. 778-861-0465
PRESSURE WASHING, roof/gut-
ter/window cleaning, minor roof re-
pairs. Victor 604-589-0356
283A HANDYPERSONS
EXPERT HANDYMAN available for
most jobs big or small. Appliance
repair and installation. Great rates
and friendly service! Phone 778-
319-5713. Ask for Dan.
287 HOME IMPROVEMENTS
A-1 CONTRACTING
Renos. Bsmt stes, kitchens, baths,
custom cabinets, tiling, plumbing,
sundecks. Dhillon 604-782-1936.
BEAUTIFUL BATH = Plumbing
Drywall Electrical Tubs & Showers
& Sinks Toilets & Tile Fans Win-
dows, crown molding. 17 yrs exp.
Senior disc. Work guar, Res/Comm.
Nick 604-230-5783, 581-2859
B.L.
CONTRACTING
COMPLETE RENOVATIONS,
DECKS, FINISHING CUSTOM
SHOWERS & SAUNAS, HARD-
WOOD & LAMINATE FLOORS,
PLUMBING & ELECTRICAL
SUITES, DOORS & WINDOWS
(604)240-1920
COMPLETE RENOVATIONS, 30
yrs in Cont. Very reliable. Denicon
Const. Call Dennis 604-809-0702.
DRYWALL, PATCHING & TAPING
Small renovation jobs welcome!
Call Jatinder, 604-614-3480
EUROPEAN CRAFTMANSHIP
Finish Carpentry-Mouldings, sun-
decks, stairs, siding, painting, dry-
wall. Refs. Rainer cel 604-613-1018
EVERSHINE DRYWALL
& RENOVATIONS LTD.
COMPLETE RENOVATIONS;
Drywall, Plumbing, Heating,
New Basements. Big & Small
Jobs. FREE ESTIMATES
RAJ 604-825-1429
EXP. CARPENTER / HANDYMAN
All types of work! No job too small!
Over 20 yrs exp! Ed 778-888-8603
FINISHING CARPENTER for reno’s
or new bldgs. Small or large jobs.
15 yrs exp. Call Gary 778-855-7140
Landscaping,
Renovation & Concrete
✔ Mushroom Manure, Sand,
Gravel, Top Soil
✔ Landscaping, Lawn cleanup
✔ Drain work & water pipes
✔ Back filling, Driveways
✔ Mini Excavating, Bobcat
✔ Concrete breaking, grading
24 Hr. Service * 17 Years Exp.
Call 604-725-6606
MIDDLE EARTH
CONSTRUCTION
Specializing in:
Complete Additions, Reno’s,
New Construction, Custom
Concrete, Stairs, Retaining
Walls, Sundecks, Skylights
Excellent References
Call Dale 604-767-4419
SUNDECK’S & PATIO’S
Vinyl or wood. Stairs, Railings, etc.
40 Yrs exp call Don (604)596-0652
VANCOUVER TRADES Ready:
With our 22 years of experience we
can assemble a group of quality
tradesmen and manage your en-
tire renovation hassle free from
start to finish. Make us your first call
@ 604-574-8065.
HOME/BUSINESS SERVICES
288 HOME REPAIRS
1 CALL ABOVE all Handyman Serv
Elect,. Plumb, Appls, Gen Repairs,
No job too small. Sell repair & in-
stall major appls. Also do kitchen,
baths, bsmt, renos. 604-588-2828.
A1 BATH RENO’S. Bsmt suites,
drywall, patios, plumbing, siding,
fencing, roofing, landscaping, etc.
Joe 604-961-9937 or 604-581-3822
TOP NOTCH ASSOCIATES
We do only Quality work:
Repairs/Reno’s and water tight
Bathrooms. Electrical, Plumbing,
Tile, Sealing, Finishing, Safety and
Handicap. Mike 604-594-4791.
296 KITCHEN CABINETS
QUICKWAY Kitchen Cabinets Ltd.
****Mention this ad for 10% Off ****
Call Ram @ 604-561-4041.
300 LANDSCAPING
BC MASTER MAINTENANCE
Pressure Washing & Landscaping.
Insured 778-218-0899, 604-805-4940
PRINCE LANDSCAPING Power
rake, Lawn/Garden care, Hedge &
Shrub Trim, Cedar Fence. Junk Re-
moval. Free Est. Raj 778-991-2054
311 MASONRY & BRICKWORK
CABANA MASONRY
FREE Estimates
◆ Driveways ◆ Wall Caping
◆ Staircases ◆ Concrete Work
◆ Retaining Walls ◆ Chimneys
◆ Fireplaces ◆ Cultured Stone
◆ Concrete Cutting ◆ Walkways
◆ Natural Stone ◆ Stone Facings
◆ Patios ◆ Masonry Repairs
◆ Planter Walls ◆ Brick & Block
Bobcat & Disposal Service
604-671-4953
www.cabanamasonry.com
320 MOVING & STORAGE
2guyswithatruck.ca
Moving & Storage
Visa OK. 604-628-7136
AAA ADVANCE MOVING
Experts in all kinds of moving/pack-
ing. Excellent Service. Reas. rates!
Different from the rest. 604-861-8885
www.advancemovingbc.com
A AMC MOVING. Professional
movers. *Big/small *local/long dis-
tance. Insured, great rates. Free
est. 778-888-9628
ABBA MOVERS & DEL. Res/com
1-4 ton truck, 1man $35/hr, 2men
from $45. Honest, bsmt clean up.
25 yrs of experience-604 506-7576
ABO MOVING
All Moves Big & Small
gets 3 ton truck & 2 men
Friendly, Reliable Service.
Reasonable Rates.

Call:604-512-3587
287 HOME IMPROVEMENTS
HOME/BUSINESS SERVICES
320 MOVING & STORAGE
AFFORDABLE MOVING
Local & Long Distance
From $45/Hr
1, 3, 4, 7, 8, 10 Ton Trucks
Insured ~ Licenced ~ 1 to 3 Men
Free estimate/Seniors discount
Residential~Commercial~Pianos
604-537-4140
EZ GO MOVERS
Quick & Reliable Movers
604-524-2177
www.ezgomovers.com
RYANS MOVING
B.C. & Alberta from
$59/hr.
Reasonable Rates for
Experienced Mover.
More info call:
604-590-4463
SPARTAN Moving Ltd.
Fast & Reliable. Insured
Competitive rates. Wknd Specials.
Call Frank: (604) 435-8240
329 PAINTING & DECORATING
# 1 WILLI’S
PAINTING
European Craftsman
S Interior / Exterior
S Residential / Commercial
S 30 years experience
Pride & Quality Workmanship
Free Estimates S Insured
S Excellent Refs
6 0 4 - 5 7 5 - 9 5 0 6

ABOVE THE REST “
Int. & Ext., Excellent Prices,
Res/Comm. Free Est.
Written Guarantee. No Hassle,
Quick Work, Insured, WCB.
Call (778)997-9582
A-OK PAINTING
Forget the Rest Call The Best!
Harry 604-617-0864
A-TECH Services 604-230-3539
PAINT SPECIAL
3 rooms for $269, 2 coats
(Ceiling & Trim extra) Price incls
Cloverdale Premium quality paint.
NO PAYMENT until Job is
completed. Ask us about our
Laminate Flooring &
Maid Service!
www.paintspecial.com
A-TECH Services 604-230-3539
PAINT SPECIAL
3 rooms for $269, 2 coats
(Ceiling & Trim extra) Price incls
Cloverdale Premium quality paint.
NO PAYMENT until Job is
completed. Ask us about our
Laminate Flooring &
Maid Service!
www.paintspecial.com
JACK’S HOME IMPROVEMENT.
Prof painting & home repairs. Rea-
sonable rates & quality work. Jack
604-716-3653, 604-767-6010
PAINTING Wallpapering 27 yrs exp
Int/Ext, Pr Wash. Free Est. Gutter/
window cleaning.Carl 604-951-0146
~ PRO PAINTERS~
INTERIOR / EXTERIOR
Quality Work, Free Estimates
Member of Better Business Bureau
WCB INSURED
Vincent 543-7776
SL PAINTING
Interior/Exterior.
FREE Estimates.
Quality job.
Fully insured - WCB
Please call Sonly.
604-328-6387
332 PAVING/SEAL COATING
ALLAN CONST. & Asphalt. Brick,
concrete, drainage, foundation &
membrane repair. (604)618-2304 ~
604-820-2187.
338 PLUMBING
10% OFF if you Mention this AD!
AMAN’S PLUMBING SERVICES
Lic.gas fitter. Reas $. 778-895-2005
1 Call Does it All - 2 OLD GUYS
PLUMBING & HEATING, Repairs,
Reno’’s, H/W Tanks. 604-525-6662.
HOME/BUSINESS SERVICES
338 PLUMBING
# 1 PLUMBER
Licensed. Registered. Insured.
Installations. Renovations, HWT.
GOOD RATES!
WOLF PLUMBING
(604) 789-3922
$38/HR! Clogged drains, drips,
garbs,sinks, toilets, installs & more.
24/7 Emergencies. 778-888-9184.
AAA HOT WATER TANKS PLUS
Plumbing and heating Services.
Licensed * Ticketed * Insured *
778-994-1637
~ Certified Plumber ~
ON CALL 24 HOURS/DAY

Reno’s and Repairs
Furnace, Boilers, Hot Water Heat
Plumbing Jobs ~ Reas rates
~ 604-597-3758 ~
FIXIT PLUMBING & HEATING
H/W Tanks, Reno’s, Boilers, Furn’s.
Drain Cleaning. Ins. (604)596-2841
Gas Fitter ✭ Plumber
On Call 24 Hours/Day
furnace Boilers, Hot Water Tanks
Hot Water Heat, Plumbing Jobs.
Repair & Installation. Reas. Rates
604-507-4606
604-312-7674
NEED PLUMBING? Dan’s Your
Man licensed & insured Dan @
604.418.6941
341 PRESSURE WASHING
BC MASTER MAINTENANCE
Pressure Washing & Landscaping.
Insured 778-218-0899, 604-805-4940
GUTTER cleaning, roof/window
cleaning, minor roof repair. Victor
604-589-0356
353 ROOFING & SKYLIGHTS
BEST BUSY BOYS
ROOFING LTD.
D Conversion from cedar to
Asphalt, Shingles, Fibreglass
D 30, 40, 50 years Warranty -
D WCB, BBB, Liability Ins.
Free Estimates. Call Gary
604-599-5611 OR Visit
www.bestbusyboysroofing.com
Best Local Roofs & Repairs
Great price refs Paul 604-328-0527
COMPLETE ReRoofing/Repairs Ltd
Asphalt, Shingles, Cedar, Flat Roof.
Guart’d. WCB, BBB, 604-725-0106
EAST WEST ROOFING & SIDING
CO. Roofs & re-roofs. BBB &
WCB. 10% Discount, Insured.
Call 604-812-9721, 604-783-6437
South-West Roofing
est. 1985
• Cedar repairs, cleaning and
treating
• Cedar, Asphalt and Torch-
On roofing systems
No deposit 0 interest
financing over 1 year
for half the contract.
Call 604-760-7937 or
e-mail:
alan@southwestroof.ca
356 RUBBISH REMOVAL
EXTRA
CHEAP
RUBBISH
REMOVAL
Almost for free! Dave
(778)997-5757, (604)587-5991
RUBBISH REMOVAL
Sgle items to multiple loads. Great
Rates. Call Loren for FREE Est.
Visa & M/C. (604)834-3090
RECYCLE-IT!
#1 EARTH FRIENDLY
JUNK REMOVAL
Make us your first call!
Reasonable Rates. Fast,
Friendly & Reliable Service.
604.587.5865
www.recycle-it-now.com
Small Haul help & yard maint.
Randy at Small Haul. 604-202-3363
or email small-haul@hotmail.com
DEMOLITION / RUBBISH Removal
Remove: concrete / drywall / stucco
trees/junk. Best Deal 604-773-9479
RED’S RUBBISH REMOVAL.
I Need Work! Home
Maintenance. Reasonable
rates. Call Red 604-290-7033.
CHEAP RUBBISH
REMOVAL
Friendly Same Day Service
Anything goes!
Anywhere, Anytime!
Free Est. 7 days a week
Nobody beats our price
Daniel 604-518-3688
HOME/BUSINESS SERVICES
359 SAND, GRAVEL & TOPSOIL
LITTLE LOAD SPECIALIST. Sand
& gravel delivered. Small orders
welcome. Topsoil available. Call
(604) 532-0662 days/eves.
372 SUNDECKS
Aluminum patio cover, sunroom,
railing, vinyl floor. 604-782-9108
www.PatioCoverVancouver.com
ASK A PRO ABOUT replacing vinyl
& wood decking or building a shop.
25 years experience. Full warranty.
Phone (778) 231-6072.
374 TREE SERVICES
A1-TRI-CRAFT Tree Serv.
Dangerous tree
removal, spiral pruning
hedge trimming stump
grinding, topping.
Insured, WCB Free Est
Arborist Reports
Andrew 604-618-8585
$ Best Rates $
GreenLine Tree Service
Complete Residential & Comm.
Brush Chipping, Stump Grinding
Land Clearing, Removal
Neal 604-541-4608 / 604-230-4608
Morris The Arborist
DANGEROUS TREE REMOVAL
* Pruning * Retopping * Falling
Service Surrey 25 years
FULLY INSURED
**EMERGENCY CALL OUT**
Certified Arborist Reports
Morris 604-597-2286
Marcus 604-818-2327
PRO TREE SERVICES
Quality pruning/shaping/hedge trim-
ming/ removals & stump grinding.
John, 604-588-8733/604-318-9270
PETS
477 PETS
BERNESE Mountain Dog Pups.
Champion line, training. $1500.
604-740-0832 or 604-740-2986.
BLACK LAB PUPS - 8 wks.
Vet check, dewormed. $400 each.
Call 604 576 0482.
CATS GALORE, TLC has for adop-
tion spayed & neutered adult cats.
For info 604-309-5388 / 856-4866
CHIHUAHUA, tiny teacup female,
11mos, $700, Pomeranian toy,
male, 4mos, $700. (604)794-7347.
ENGLISH MASTIFF lg. p/b pups.
Rare, apricot color & fawn. Shots,
declawed. Ready now. F-$900;
M-$1100. Call 604-769-1234
FILA / MASTIFF GUARD DOGS.
Excellent Loyal Family Pet, all shots
Great Protectors! Ph 604-817-5957.
GERMAN SHEPHERD Reg’d pup-
pies, top quality German & Czech
working bloodlines. Excellent for
pets & protection. 604-856-8161.
GERMAN SHEPHERDS, beautiful
p/b, black & tan, long-haired, shots
& vet checked. Call (604)820-4644
GERMAN SHEPHERDS: One F, 2
Puppies, 1M, 1F, 1st shots, de-
wormed. $550. 778-863-6332.
Golden Doodle puppies. Ready to
go to a new home. $300-$500.
(604)796-2474
GOLDEN DOODLES, 6M/4F
avail Sept 9, $1250. (778)737-0146
www.foxycharliepuppies.com
GORGEOUS RUSSIAN Blue Cat
fem., spayed c/w home, toys, car-
ry on, litter box. $350 604-538-2218
JACK RUSSEL PUPPIES tri-colour
tails docked 1st shots, vet checked
(604)820-5225
KITTENS, 3 black & white, male, 11
weeks old. $20 each. 604-557-1871
LAB PUPS CKC Reg’d, 3 yellow 4
blk. Champ. blood lines, 1st shots,
dewormed, tattooed, vet ✔. $800/
ea Ready Aug.8 604-857-9192.
LAB ‘’’’Yellow’’ X Golden Retriever
pups. Family/farm raised. Vet chkd,
shots, short hair, parents exc tem-
per. $700 f, $500 m. 604-835-0305
MALTESE PUPS, (white) born May
4 & 7, paper trained, 3 males. $800.
Ready to go. 604-464-5077.
NEED A GOOD HOME for a good
dog or a good dog for a good
home? We adopt dogs!
www.856-dogs.com or call: 604-
856-3647.
PUG puppies for sale, fawn, 1
male, 1 female, vet checked & first
shots. 12 wks old. (604)860-5010
SHIH TZU pups. Vaccinated, paper
trained, dewormed, home raised, 2
M’s 4/mo’s old, $350. 778-908-0982
JOB SEARCH - MADE EASY
26 Wednesday July 28 2010 Classifieds 604-575-5555 • Circulation 604-575-5344 • Surrey North Delta Leader
• Hwy 16 & Main Street, Smithers, BC
• 3900+ sq. feet, built in 2005
• Perfect for retail or restaurant
• Growing market
250-847-8820 email svalu67@telus.net
PRIME BUSINESS LOCATION
1MONTH
FREE*
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Refreshingly Clean Meticulously Maintained
Surrey Gardens Apartments
for your new one bedroom home
www.GreatApartments.ca
Owner Managed
Sorry, No Pets
Call for details! 604-589-7040
1MONTH
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From
$690.00
PETS
477 PETS
Teddy Bear Yorkies, adorable, 10
wk, ready. 778-878-4424 www.
ouradorableyorkies.blogspot.com
MERCHANDISE FOR SALE
509 AUCTIONS
$0 DOWN & we make your 1st
payment at auto credit fast. Need
a vehicle? Good or Bad credit
call Stephanie 1-877-792-0599.
www.autocreditfast.ca. DLN 30309.
542 FRUIT & VEGETABLES
CHERRY JUBILEE Sour Cherries
2017 - 272 St., Aldergrove.
Wk. ends 8 - 5 / Wk. days 8 - 2
Call to Order: 604-856-5844
Local raspberries/blueberries $9.99
flat. Straw/Raspberry U-Pick .99¢/lb
U-Pick Blueberries avail. 5180-152
St. Surrey Farms. 604-574-1390
STRAWBERRIES &
RASPBERRIES
✰Already Picked & U-Pick✰
Greenvale Farms
6030 248th St.
(take 264 St exit-off Hwy #1
& follow yellow signs)
NOW OPEN DAILY 8-6.
604-856-3626 / 604-855-9351
548 FURNITURE
AT A CLICK of a mouse,
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SOFA SET: Black, 3/pce & 2 love
seats, soft fabric, great cond. $500.
obo. SECTIONAL SOFA: Gold,
U-shaped, exc cond: $650. obo.
Call for info: (604)763-1521.
560 MISC. FOR SALE
A FREE TELEPHONE SERVICE.
Get Your first month free. Bad
Credit, don’t sweat it. No deposits.
No credit check. Call freedom
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884-7464.
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Stairlifts can help. Call Acorn Stair-
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10% off your new Stairlift! Call
1-866-981-6591
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Acorn Stairlifts can help. Call Acorn
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get 10% off your new Stairlift. Call
1-866-981-6591.
NEW Norwood SAWMILLS - Lum-
berMate-Pro handles logs 34”
diameter, mills boards 28” wide.
Automated quick-cycle-sawing
increases efficiency up to 40%.
www.NorwoodSawmills.com/400OT
- FREE Information: 1-800-566-
6899 Ext: 400OT.
Special Program Offers New
Portable Computers At $179
For A Limited Time When They’re
Gone, They’re Gone! Call Now!
1-877-231-3215 Claim Code: 6759
STEEL BUILDING SALE... “Going
on NOW!” Canadian Manufacturer
Direct. Great pricing on ABSO-
LUTELY every model, width and
length. SPECIALS from $4 to
$11/sq.ft. Pioneer Steel Manufac-
turers 1-800-668-5422.
615 COMMERCIAL PROPERTY
MERCHANDISE FOR SALE
566 MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS
COLLECTORS SAXOPHONES
Baritone 1926 Silver, CM Conn Ltd,
original with Case, good shape,
$3500 consider trade for Saprano
Sax. Tenor Saxophone, Buffet
Champion SA Paris, good shape
$1250 Call 604-534-2997
PIANO KIMBALL UPRIGHT, very
good condition, wonderful mellow
tone $650 obo (604)826-5585
REAL ESTATE
603 ACREAGE
20 Acre Ranches ONLY $99
per/mo. $0 Down, $12,900 Near
Growing El Paso, Texas. Owner Fi-
nancing, No Credit Checks. Money
Back Guarantee. Free Map/Pic-
tures. 800-755-8953
www.sunsetranches.com
80+ PROPERTIES for sale
throughout BC. Acreages,
lakefront, oceanfront, building
lots, & more. Prices start at
$29,500. View virtual tours on
website. Niho Land & Cattle
Co. Ltd. Phone: 604-606-
7900. Email: sales@niho.com
Website: www.niho.com/bcc
BEAUTIFUL ARIZONA LAND!
$0 down. $0 interest. Starting
$89/mo. Guaranteed Financing.
No credit check. 1-2.5 acre building
lots! Call (800) 631-8164 Code
4001 www.sunsiteslandrush.com
612 BUSINESSES FOR SALE
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local source to over 300,000
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$$$ FOR YOUR HOME!! We buy
homes for CASH *Prevent Foreclo-
sure *Save YOUR Credit call Paula
@ 604-603-0299 or Ronny @ 604-
376-7096
627 HOMES WANTED
* SELL YOUR HOME FAST *
Buying Any Price, Cond., Location.
NO COMMISSIONS ~ NO FEES ~
No Risk Home Buying Centre
(604)435-5555
WE BUY HOUSES
Older Home? Damaged Home?
Need Repairs? Behind on
Payments? Quick CASH!
Call Us First! 604.657.9422
630 LOTS
CARIBOO LOTS
Lone Butte, Hwy 24, 5 acre lots. 10
minutes from 100 Mile House.
Paved road, water, hydro & tel.
$85,000. Phone: 604-290-7088.
633 MOBILE HOMES & PARKS
1973 NEONEX MFG Mobile home,
12’x62’ 2 bdrm. Ideal for farm work-
ers. You move it. $4750 obo. (240th
St. area). (604)856-2140 lve msg.
636 MORTGAGES
BANK ON US! Mortgages for
purchases, renos, debt con-
solidation, foreclosure. Bank
rates. Many alternative lending
programs.Let Dave Fitzpatrick,
your Mortgage Warrior, simpli-
fy the process!1-888-711-8818
dave@mountaincitymort-
gage.ca
660 LANGLEY/ALDERGROVE
HOMES FOR SALE-SUPER BUYS
www.dannyevans.ca
Homelife Benchmark Realty Corp. Langley
696 OTHER AREAS
SOUTH CARIBOO
Bridge Lake & Deka Lake
604-880-2625
West Pro Properties Ltd.
info@westpropropertiesltd.com
www.westpropropertiesltd.com
RENTALS
706 APARTMENT/CONDO
Back To
School Special!
Rent a Suite for Sept. 1 or
Sooner and Receive a $75
Wal-Mart Gift Card!
Guildford Gardens
1 bdrm. from $650
2 bdrms. from $800
Close to Schools, Shopping,
Transit & Parks. Includes Heat &
Hot Water. Small Pets Okay!
To Arrange a Viewing Call
604-319-7517
or 1-888-876-7301
Member of Crime Free Multi
Housing Program
Back To
School Special!
Rent a Suite for Sept. 1 or
Sooner and Receive a $75
Wal-Mart Gift Card!
Guildford Gardens
1 bdrm. from $650
2 bdrms. from $825
Close to Schools, Shopping,
Transit & Parks. Includes Heat &
Hot Water. Small Pets Okay!
To Arrange a Viewing Call
604-319-7513
or 1-888-897-3445
Member of Crime Free Multi
Housing Program
CEDAR COURT &
CEDAR LODGE
CLEAN 1 & 2 BDRM SUITES
(some w/ensuites) in Park-like
setting. Cable, heat, & hot water
incl. Laundry rest area
on each floor.
604-588-8850
604-584-5233
www.rentersweek.com/view-cedars
CITY POINT 108/K.George 1 bdrm
+ den brand new, inste ldry, sec u/g
prkg $950/mo 778-999-2602
City Point, 1/bdrm, insuite laundry,
sec prkng. TJ@ Sutton Proact
(604)728-5460
CLOVERDALE Apts: 1 Bdrm $750;
Incl heat, h/w & prkg. N/P. Secure
bldg. Lndry facilities. 604-576-8230
CLOVERDALE BENBERG APTS.
17788 57 Ave. Senior building,1 & 2
bdrm suites avail now. Starting at
$700 to $850/mo. 604-574-2078
CLOVERDALE. Sherwood Apt.
5875-177A St. 1 bdrm-$750, 2
bdrm-$900. Lndry facility. np/ns.
Avail immed. LEASE. Member of
Surrey Crime free Multi-Housing
Program. Call Lloyd at 604-575-
1608. ASCENTPM. COM
DELTA NORTH
SHANNON GARDENS
The Place to Live in N. Delta
Park Like Setting
1 Bdrm $850/mo; 2 bdrms from
$1000 + hydro. Quiet bldg. Heat,
hot water, garborator, f/s, d/w,
f/place. Inste storage & u/g pkg.
Heated indoor pool & sauna.
Call 604-591-5666
Website: www.aptrentals.net
DELTA WEST
4895 - 55B St, Ladner
1 & 2 Bdrms Available.
Spacious suites, balconies,
rent incl heat & h/w.
Prkg avail. Refs req’d, N/P
Call 604.946.1094
Bayside Property Services Ltd.

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GATEWAY, 1/bdrm condo with bal-
cony, 3rd floor, clean, 5/appli, u/g
pkng, storage, gym. Nr mall, SFU,
SkyTrain. Immed. $875/mo + util.
N/S, N/P. (778)883-8717
GUILDFORD. 1 bdrm top flr. very
quiet. $725 heat, H/W, prkg incl.
Avail now. $725. 604-614-6199.
GUILDFORD Reno’d 2 bdrm, lrg,
condo. Immed. Nr amen. Incl ht/hw,
u/g pkg. 604-290-7128, 439-9749
NEWTON 2 bdrm & 1 bdrm +den.
adult bldg. Heat, h/water, sec prkg.
Nr amen ns/np. Now. 604-596-9910
RENTALS
706 APARTMENT/CONDO
GUILDFORD - Apartment
- 2 Bdrm apt with 2 appli’s.
- $775/mo.
NEWTON - Townhouses
- 2 Bdrm Units available
- 5 applis.,
- from $995
Spacious Units, great park-like
setting nr shops & bus. No pets.
BAYWEST Mgmt Corp.
To view 604-501-4413
GUILDFORD
FAMILY FRIENDLY
COMPLEX
Rental Incentives...
1, 2 & 3 Bdrms available.
Close to shopping, bus,
school, park. Small pets wel-
come.
Call: 604-585-1966.
Guildford Mall / Public Library
EVERGREEN
APARTMENTS
Crime Free
Multi-Housing Certified
Spacious Suites, very
competitive prices. Extra large
1 & 2 BDRM ste’s, lots of
storage. Heat/hot water
included. Access to
Vancouver via freeway,
1 bus to Skytrain. Clean, quiet
bldg’s. No pets. Outdoor Pool!
Phone 604-582-0465
GUILDFORD/RIVERSIDE
Brookmere Gardens
14880 108th Ave. Surrey
2 bdrm, 920 sqft, $710. 3 bdrm
1150 sqft, $910. Quiet family
complex with garden-like court-
yard, bordering Holly Park. Prime
Location. Near schools, shops,
transportation. 1 bus to Skytrain.
N/P. Heat, H/W incl. Security.
www.brookmeregardens.com
604-582-1557
LANGLEY
BRIGHTON APARTMENTS
Large 1 & 2 Bdrm. Apts
$150 Move-In Bonus!
Suites include fridge, stove,
drapes & carpeted throughout.
Hot water & parking included.
Close to shopping & schools, on
bus route. Seasonal swimming
pool & tennis court. Some pets
welcome.
Call 604-533-0209
PENTHOUSE CITYPOINT 2 BR +
Den 2 Bath, 2 Parking, Avail Now,
$1600 + Strata Fee 604-590-6255
SKYLINE APTS.
WHITE ROCK
15321 Russell Ave
1 MONTH FREE RENT!!
CALL FOR DETAILS
Nice quiet building. 1 & 2 bdrm
suites. Includes: Hot water, cable,
underground parking, video
surveillance. NO PETS
CALL 604-536-8499
www.cycloneholdings.ca
SURREY. 13938 102nd. Ave. New-
er bldg. near City skytrain. Lge
suites; 1 bdrm & den, 2 bdrm &
den, 3 bdrm., 2 ba. Adult oriented.
All appl, d/w, secure, gated on 2
acres 604-582-7970; 604-731-4131
RENTALS
706 APARTMENT/CONDO
SUNCREEK ESTATES

* Large 2 & 3 bdrm apartments
* Insuite w/d, stove, fridge, d/w
* 3 floor levels inside suite
* Wood burning fireplace
* Private roof top patio
* Walk to shops, nr park, pool,
playground
* Elementary school on block
* Party room, tennis court
* On site security, Sorry no pets
Office: 7121 - 133B St.
Surrey
604-596-0916
SURREY 140/74th. 2 bdrm. 1,000
sq.ft. Aug 1. s/pool, rec ctr. gym,
tennis court $1000. 604-338-4868
Surrey 92/120. 3Bdr 2000sf PENT-
HOUSE modern 2baths 5appls, u/g
prkg $1750, A/C. 604-951-7992
SURREY, brand new 1 bdrm. &
den, nr. Gateway skytrain stn., 10th
floor, 5 appl., exercise facil. 1 prkg.,
strg., bike rm., N/P N/S. $900 mo.
Avail. now. 778-928-5557
Surrey Central 1 BR + nook. $875
5 appls balc, prkg, locker by SkyTrn
SFU Kwantlen Mall. 778-928-4288
Surrey Central City “Infinity” Tower,
newer 1 bd, 24
th
flr, 5 appl,
NS/NP.Next to SkyTrain $900.
Aug1.604-315-0587/ 604-377-8812
SURREY
CUMBERLAND PARK
2 Bedrooms Available
New Paint
Call The Manager
@ 604-589-1167
SURREY, near Surrey SFU. Newer
1 bdrm, 1 bath. New appls. incl.
W/D. 7 min. to SkyTrain. Avail.
immed. Ns/np. Luke 604-512-6352.
WHALLEY brand new 2 bdrm. con-
do, s.s. appl., Lge. balcony, amaz-
ing view. Incl. gym & strg. Aug. 1.
$1100 mo. 604-562-5753
707 APARTMENT FURNISHED
White Rock. EXECUTIVES 2/bdrm,
2/bath, fully furnished. JUST
BRING SUITCASE. Insuite laundry,
pool, sauna, hottub, prkg & more.
Ns/np, lease rates. 604-880-8785
709 COMMERCIAL/INDUSTRIAL
2000sf comm space. 15ft ceiling.
Bridgeview. Strg, sm business, etc
Aug 1. $1000+hydro 604-908-5575
CLOVERDALE. WAREHOUSE
FOR LEASE 2 overhead doors.
2000 sf. $1800/mo. (604)575-1062
OUTDOOR
Commercial/Parking Space Avail
Curtis/John 604-574-3737
715 DUPLEXES/4PLEXES
N.DELTA 117/90th. Totally reno’d
lrg 3 bdrm upper, 1.5 baths, W/D,
walk to schls, bus & shops, NS/NP,
refs, lease, $1250. 604-277-5666
N. DELTA. 2 bdrm ground floor in 4
plex. Clean & spac., sep ldry. Aug.
1st. $850 + 50% utils. For viewing
call Naresh Judge 604-312-6012
N SURREY, 106/142. 2/bdrm. Avail
Aug 15. Suits seniors. $750/mo +
util. N/S. Cl to bus. (604)582-6488
733 MOBILE HOMES & PADS
NEWTON MOBILE HOME PARK.
Has 2 large lots available for your
mobile. Call 604-597-4787.
736 HOMES FOR RENT
3 BD 2 1/2 bath. house, fncd yard,
garage, appl. fire pl. close to eve-
ryth. on 192 st/64th ave. in Surrey.
$1750/mo. + util. n/s, n/p. Ref req.
Available now. 604-881-7117
CLOVERDALE 3 bdrm rancher, big
lot, $1200/mo, available Aug. 1st.
To view call Naresh 604-312-6016
DELTA Pinewood, clean 3bd house
3baths, recrm above garage, near
amens/schools,avail Aug 1st. ns/np,
ref’s req. $1600/mo. 604-724-9930.
FLEETWOOD. 5 bdrm, 4 baths.
N/P. Nr school & park. 5 yrs old.
Ref’s. $2200. Avail. now. Dennis
778-578-9229 or 778-232-3864.
FRASER HEIGHTS, nice 3 bdrm
rancher, dble. garage, 1/2 bsmt.
with high crawl space, large lot, full
trees. Aug 1. $1700 + utils. 604-
888-5574
FRASER HTS. 4 bdrm. & den, n/s
n/p. Nr. good schools & all amens.
$1875. Avail. immed. 604-765-1030
LANGLEY CITY. 3 bdrms, 2 lvl +
bsmt 4 appls. Fncd yd. N/S. N/D.
N/P. $1400 + utils. 604-576-9715.
N. DELTA, 116/70 Ave. 3 bdr, w1
bdrm bsmt ste, whole house, backs
onto Cougar Canyon, nr. amens.
Sept. 1. $2,300. 604-597-6141
RENTALS
736 HOMES FOR RENT
N. DELTA 4 bdrm newly reno’d hse,
$2299 + utils. Quiet street, Nr schl
shops. Aug 15. 604-597-9678
N. DELTA. 81/111B. Spacious 6
bdrm, 2 kitchens, 2 1/2 bath, quiet
area, large priv fcnd b/yd. N/P.
$1550/mo + utils. 604-596-1275
N.DELTA 84/116 St. Clean 4 Bdrm,
big deck, 1 bath. Nr bus & school.
Aug 1. $1400. (604)961-1437
N. DELTA 87/112. 5 bd, 2 kitchens,
2.5 baths, lrg priv fenced bkyrd, N/P
Aug. 1 $1575+ utils. 604-507-4507
NEWTON 14139 75A Ave. 3 Bdrm
up & 1 bdrm ste down. Very clean
nr all amens, ns/np, avail Aug 1.
$1600 whole hse. 778-999-3871.
NEWTON. 144 St/60 Ave, 6 bdrms
+ 3 bdrm bsmt suite on 1 acre, avail
now $1975+ utils. Long lease req.
778-229-2870
NEWTON - 3 bdrm. 5 appli. nr.
amens. alarm, sundeck, shr’d lndry
& utils. N/S, N/P, suits couple.
$1000. Sept. 1 / 760-3374 Lv. msg.
NEWTON. 87/134. Reno’d 3 bdrm
rancher, 1 bath, f/rm, l/rm. np/ns.
$1350/mo. Aug. 1. 604-951-2640
NEWTON WEST. 2 bdrm. rancher,
1 bath, fcd b/yard, big living room &
kitchen. Nr schools, shops & bus.
$1200 +utils. Aug 1. 604-809-3750
S. Surrey, 2000 s/f 2 bdrm lrg rec
rm. 1½ bths. 5 appls. $1500 + utils.
Sept 1. N/S. Pet ok. 604-838-0355.
S.SURREY. 3 bdrm 2 bathrms.
large rancher. Dble garage. $2100
Avail now. N/S. N/P. 604-809-5974.
SURREY, 123/93A. 3 Bdrm up with
1 bdrm ste down. $1650/whole hse.
Fncd yard & sgle garage. Near all
amens. Ph: (778)999-5183
SURREY Central 133/104. 3Bdrms
2baths, garage, near skytrain/Mall.
Now,refs req. $1000. 778-549-4852
SURREY CENTRE, nr sch bus
skytr, ns/np, s/h upst, 3 bd, $1200 +
uti 778-887-0818
SURREY CTR 4 Bdrm, 1.5 baths,
new paint/flrs, big fncd yrd. NS/NP.
Aug 1st. $1100/mo. 604-761-4272.
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739 MOTELS, HOTELS
LINDA VISTA Motel Luxury Rooms
w/cable, a/c & kitchens. 6498 King
George Hwy. Mthly, Wkly & Daily
Specials. 604-591-1171. Canadian
Inn 6528 K.G.Hwy. 604-594-0010
748 SHARED ACCOMMODATION
CLAYTON HEIGHTS 1 or 2 bdrm in
3 bdrm large T/hse to share. $475
or $650. Incl cble, wwi, ldry & full
bath. N/S. Avail now. 604-575-1078
Guildford/Fleetwood/Newton. Furn
/unfurn rooms in new exec home.
$375-$400 incl utils/cbl/ph/lndry.
Avail July 1. (778)889-8676
Guildford Ladies Only nice house,
5min. to mall, Board $200, $375-
$600. 778-388-5039, 604-805-3182
SCOTT RD /103 A, sh 2 bdrm in 4
bdrm house, $800/mo all inclusive.
Nr bus, skytrain. 778-881-7306
SURREY New furn. rooms in luxury
home. Near Skytrain / SFU $385-
$455 incl utils/cbl/net 604-283-5220
750 SUITES, LOWER
152/60th Ave 1 Bdrm $700, Aug
01., Transit/Shops Close,NS /NP
778-240-3105
168/82 AVE Lrg 2 bdrm ste, walk-
out to garden Pri fncd yard, incls
lvng rm, ktchn, storg rm,washer/
dryer, full bath, oven/stove, frdg,
$950/mo incl utils, basic cbl, alarm,
xcld tel, n/p, nr schl, bus,
amenities, mall. 604-574-4722
176 & 32 Ave Quiet, new 2
bdrm-$899 1 bdrm $775: n/p. n/s.
appl. Immed 778-688-0037 eves.
2 BEDROOM Basement Suite
Available in Langley/Willowbrook
Area. For details call 604-626-5101.
ABFD west lge bright new top floor
1 bed & den. 6 appl granite kitchen,
UG parking & storage. In suite WD-
FP balcony, view. $925. Free rent
with lease Carol 604-835-3323
BEAR CREEK. 2 bdrm. $700 incl
utils/cable. Suit mature prof. N/P.
N/S. 604-590-6178, 604-836-3210.
BEAR CREEK. 88/140. 2 bdrm.
Large b/yd. N/P. N/S. Nr all amens.
Avail immed. $675/mo + 1/3 utils.
604-617-9473 or 604-597-8536
BEAR CREEK area-1 bdrm ste.
avail. Aug 1st. Close to schools &
transit, n/p, n/s. Utilities included.
$500/month 778 322 9205
BEAR CREEK area-2 bdrm ste.
avail. Aug 1st. Close to schools &
transit, n/p, n/s. Utilities included.
$625/month 778-322-9205
RENTALS
750 SUITES, LOWER
BOLIVAR HEIGHTS 1 bdrm suite,
full bath, covered deck, quiet area,
NS/NP. $500. Aug 1. 604-589-2127
BOLIVAR HTS 138/113 spacious 3
bdrm across Sry Traditional Schl.
Aug.1, $980 incl util. 604-720-0054
BOLIVAR HTS. 2 bdrm suite. Pri
ent. Alarm. Aug. 1. N/S. N/P. $750
incl utils & lndry. 604-339-6491.
BOUNDARY PARK newer 2 bdrm
ste, incl cble/util, sh ldry NP/NS
$750/mo. Avail now 604-230-4414
BROOKSIDE 3 bdrm. side suite,
avail. immed. N/P N/S. $850 mo.
604-614-2130
CEDAR HILL, 1 bdrm. grnd. lvl. lge
ste, in a new home, N/P N/S. heat,
hydro incl. Nr bus & elem. schl
$550 778-686-9951, 604-581-6682
CEDAR HILLS: 102/128 St: 3 bdrm
$850 incl utils, W/D. New flr & paint.
Wood f/p, big patio. 604-817-0289.
CEDAR HILLS. 129/97. Brand new
spacious 2 bdrm. N/P. N/S. Avail
NOW. $780/mo incls utils, cable &
laundry. Refs. 604-805-4795.
CEDAR HILLS 1 bdrm. $550 mo.
incl. utils. & cable. N/S N/P.
Available now 604-585-0019
CEDAR HILLS, 90/123. 1 & 2 Bdrm
G/L stes $550 & $700. Close to
amens. Suit mature N/Smokers,
N/P, no prkg. 604-501-2427
CEDAR HILLS, 96A/121. 2 bdrm
bmst ste Cls to all ament & skytrain.
$650/mo. NS/NP 604-790-8076.
CEDAR HILLS Surrey. 3 bdrm bsmt
suite, $1000/mo. incl electric/gas,
shr w/d Immed np/ns 604-584-0515
CENTRAL SURREY. 128/104. 1
bdrm. Nr SFU. Avail now. N/P. N/S
N/D. More info call 604-930-7862
CHIMNEY HEIGHTS: 1000 sq.ft.
2 bdrm, full bath, a/c, f/p. N/P, N/S.
Avail immed. Sgl $700 or dble
$850. Incl utils/cble. 604-590-5635
CHIMNEY HEIGHTS 144/76A.
Newer 1 & 2 bdrm. suites, N/P N/S.
Utils. incl. Nr. all amens. $615 &
$725. Avail. now. 778-565-1830
CHIMNEY HEIGHTS, 144/78. New-
er 1/bdrm, grd lvl. Nr bus. $475 incl
hydro. NS/NP. Now. 604-375-9204.
CHIMNEY HEIGHTS. 149/74A. 1
bdrm ste. $475/mo incls utils. N/P,
N/S. Avail immed. Near all amens.
Call 604-825-5044
CHIMNEY HEIGHTS: 2 Bdrm ste.
Avail now. N/S, N/P. $600 incl utils
& lndry. (604)723-2948.
CHIMNEY HEIGHTS 3 BDRM, 2
baths, $1100/mo utils incl. No pets.
Call: 604-716-3015, 604-341-5599
CHIMNEY HEIGHTS. 78/147A. 2
bdrm. or 3 bdrm suite. Good area,
Np/ns. Ample prkg. 604-594-9548
CHIMNEY HEIGHTS. Huge, clean
2 bdrm bsmt ste, 1.5 baths, 5 yrs.
$800 incl utils/lndry. 604-781-2590.
CHIMNEY HEIGHTS new 2 bdrm.
bsmnt. suite, nr. schools, $650 mo.
incl. utils. N/P N/S. Aug. 1. 604-
594-4825 or 604-773-6110
CHIMNEY HILL. 1 bdrm suite. Avail
Aug. 1. N/S. N/P. $555/mo. incl.
laundry & cable. Call 604-613-6060
CHIMNEY HILLS, 148/73rd. 1 bdrm
bsmt suite. Aug. 1. N/P. Hydro &
cable incl. No lndry. 604-889-7279.
CHIMNEY HTS, 2 bdrm, cls to all
amenities, NS/NP, no lndry, no cbl.
$650 incl. hydro. (604) 319-0880.
CHIMNEY HTS. LARGE 1 BDRM.
Clean, NP, NS. Suits single person
or couple. $595 inc utils. August 1
or 15. Call 604-834-5589
CLOVERDALE. 2 bdrm suite. Sep.
ent. Prkg. for 2 vehicles. Access to
yd. Aug. 1. $875. 778-928-9787.
CLOVERDALE 63/168 St: 2 Bdrm
ste, $750/mo cbl incl. No lndry, N/S
NP. Avl now 778-319-4262 aft 2pm
CLOVERDALE 64/167 St. Clean 1
& 2 BR suites- $725 & $875. Incl
utils, sat. lndry. np/ns 604-576-5706
CLOVERDALE: Brand new 1 bdrm
bsmt, new appls, $650 utils/cbl/net
incl. N/P. Aug 1st. (604)328-4664
CLOVERDALE large 2 bdrm, Hunt-
er Park area nr all amens, ns/np,
Aug1, $900 incl utils. 604-576-4175
ENVER CREEK. 1 bdrm suite incl
utils, no lndry, ns/np. Avail any time.
604-591-7189, 604-218-3532
ENVER CREEK 1 bdrm suite,
ns/np, $400/mo incl cable & heat.
Call 604-761-2083 or 604-502-0234
ENVER CREEK. 1 bdrm suite. N/S
N/P. $525 incl hydro & cable. Nr
school & amenits. 604-617-1081.
ENVER CREEK: 84/146 St: 1 bdrm
Nr amens. Now. Ns/np, $600/mo.
604-807-0087 ~~ 604-825-8058.
FLEETWOOD. 150/88. 1 bdrm.
np/ns. Near amens. Immed. $600
incls utils, net.. Call 604-583-8863.
FLEETWOOD, 152/84, 2 bdrm,
$650 incl utils/cbl. NS/NP. Cls to
bus / amnts. Immed. 604- 612-7911
FLEETWOOD 156/81, newer 2
bdrm g/l, 4 appls, f/bath f/yd, cls to
ament, NS/NP, Now 604-507-4807
FLEETWOOD 157/80A 2 bdrm g/l
ste, avail Aug 1. $650 incl hydro &
cbl, no ldry. NS/NP 604-599-7917
FLEETWOOD 160/96 1bdr newer
very clean avail now, $600 incl util
np/ns 604-584-9825, 604-644-5541
FLEETWOOD. 168/82. 2 bdrm, 1
full bath. Nr all amens. Avail Aug 1.
N/P. N/s. $800/mo incls utils. 604-
576-9475 or 778-229-9475
FLEETWOOD 80/168. 1 br. bsmnt
suite. $650 incl utilities. cable. n/s.
n/p. n/l. Avail asap. 778-895-4395.
FLEETWOOD. 84/152A St: Avl
now, 2 bdrm, N/P, N/S. $650/mo
inclds utils. (604)725-0106.
FLEETWOOD. 9274-162A. BRAND
NEW fully furn’d grnd lvl 1 bdrm
suite. $700/mo incl utils. Avail now.
604-589-3928 or 604-782-8436.
FLEETWOOD, newer 2 bdrm. grnd.
level suite, ldry., N/S N/P, no par-
ties. Aug. 1. 778-789-0683
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RENTALS
750 SUITES, LOWER
FLEETWOOD: SPACIOUS 2 bdrm
bsmt ste. Cls to Surrey Leisure Ctr.
$850 incl utils. N/P, no lndry.
Immed. 604-828-4451.
FRASER HEIGHTS: 166/108a.
avail now 2 bdrm bsmt. $850 Incl
utils, Lndry. 778-882-6422
FRASER Heights. 2 bdrm ste. $850
incl cbl/utils & lndry. Ns/Np. Avail
now. 604-930-4195, 778-883-1241.
FRASER HEIGHTS. Bright 2 bdrm
suite w/balcony. Mon alarm/ Hydro,
sat/internet incl.N/S. Avail. Aug. 1.
$900 mo. 604-240-8924
FRASER HTS 2 bdrm Pri ent
Alarm. Inste W/D. N/S. N/P. $850
incl utils. Aug 1. 604-588-1045.
GREEN TIMBERS 3 bdrm. bsmnt.
suite, $950 + 1/2 utils. Incl. ldry. N/P
N/S, no drugs. 604-585-4259
GUILDFORD. 151/82A. 1 bdrm.
N/P. N/S. Avail Aug. 1. $550/mo +
utils, no laundry. 604-507-0308
GUILDFORD 1 bdrm nr bus/SFU/
Skytrain, share den/lndry. Ns/Np.
Sept.1 $525 incl utils 604-584-8861
GUILDFORD. 2 bdrm large suite,
h/w heat, NS/NP, no drinking, rent
neg. Avail Aug 1. 604-581-5465
GUILDFORD new 3 bdrm bsmt ste.
NS/NP. Utils & hydro incl. Avail
now. 604-585-0277, 778-858-1154
GUILDFORD, newly reno large 1
bdrm. utils. incl. N/P N/S, $575 mo.
Avail. immed. 604-715-5753
MORGAN CREEK, in front of golf
course, 2 bdrm., N/P. Parking
available. Availailable now. 604-
536-3291, 604-861-9047
MORGAN CREEK, near golf
course, 1 bdrm. suite, no ldry. cable
incl. Avail. now. N/S N/P. 604-536-
3291, 604-861-9047
N. DELTA 120/118. 2 Bdrm grnd lvl.
Avail Aug 1st. $750 incl utils. Near
all amens. 778-288-8170
N. DELTA, Sungod area. Large 1
bdrm. bsmt. suite. Built in bar. Incl.
laundry. Aug. 1st. N/P N/S.
$650/mo. + 1/3 utils. 604-590-1417.
NEWTON, 1200 sq ft. quality
2/bdrm suite, l/r, full kit & bath, in-
suite W/D. Nr amen. N/S, N/P.
$850/mo incl util. Avail immed.
Refs. 604-946-0095.
NEWTON 1 bdr gr/lvl ste, nr Kwan-
tlen College, avail Aug 1st. $600
incl heat/hydro +1/2 month damage
deposit, NS/NP. (778) 593-0151.
NEWTON. 1 bdrm bsmt ste, clean.
$550 incl utils & satellite, np/ns.
N/lndry, refs. Aug 1. 604-572-6373
NEWTON, 1 bdrm bsmt suite. Incl
util. $550/mo. Avail now. N/S, N/P.
Call 604-507-4882, 604-346-8790
NEWTON. 62/142. Brand new 2
bdrm. $700/mo, no laundry. Avail
immed. N/P, N/S. 778-237-7874
NEWTON 67A/147B st. Newer 1
bdrm spacious bsmt suite. Avail
now. NP/NS. $550 incl util. Nr all
amen + school. 778-565-1202
NEWTON 67B/145B. 1 Bdrm suite.
N/S, N/P. $550 incl utils/cable. Avail
now. 604-537-0537, 604-592-3030.
NEWTON: 70A & 151 St: 2/Bdrm
suite, N/S N/P. Avail Aug 1. $650.
604-590-2776 or 778-836-2776.
NEWTON. 80/132. 1 bdrm. N/P,
N/S. Avail immed. $475/mo incls
utils. 604-543-0194
NEWTON 82/144. 2 bdrm incl hy-
dro/cbl, nr schls/bus at door ns/np
Avail now. $700/mo. 604-780-4900
NEWTON E. 146/67B, newer 1
bdrm, bright grnd lvl, full bath,
$550/mth incl. hydro, cable, net.
Avail now.1 person. 604-726-4246.
Newton. New spacious 1 bdrm.
$525 incl cable, hydro, alarm.. No
laundry. N/P. N/S. 604-501-3788
NEWTON spac. 2 bdrm. & den, 6
appl., $1035 mo. utils, cable, int.
Pets. July 25. N/S 604-591-1691
NEWTON Spacious Newer 2 Bed-
room Suite Avail Aug1st, 72/144.
N/S,N/P $800 cable and utilities
included. Please call 604 319-3486
N. SURREY, 1 bdrm, hrdwood flrs,
scenic view, $550 incl. utils/cable.
No lndry. Bus at dr. 604-722-5648.
N. SURREY, 92/162 St. 1 Bdrm,
4 yrs old, $550 incl utils, cbl,& wrls
net. Aug 1. NS/NP. (604) 825-8123.
PANORAMA: 2 Bdrm ste. Aug 15th.
Suit cple, NP/NS. $700 incl utils. Nr
bus & school. (604)710-4195.
PANORAMA 56/145. 1 Bdrm suite
with full bath, priv ent, ns/np, avail
now, $500 incl utils. 778-861-1779.
PANORAMA AREA. Grd level 2
bdrm bsmt suite. N/S. N/P. Call
778-565-1093 or 778-229-0100.
PANORAMA, BRAND NEW 1
bdrm, NS/NP, avail. now. $550 incl
hydro. Phone (604)594-0718.
PANORAMA. Large 2 bdrm $625
incl. util. No ldry. Ns/np. Now. 604-
649-3700; 604-590-5545 aft 5pm
PANORAMA PARK, 139/58. 3
bdrms, 2 full baths, suite. Immed.
$900/mo. incl util. 604-590-6456.
PANORAMA PARK, 1 bdrm + den,
very sunny; util. $675/mo. N/D, N/P,
N/S. Near bus stop. 778-565-4997.
PANORAMA RIDGE - 2 bedrm
suite with 1 bath, kitchen, living,
family & dining rooms, parking. n/s,
n/p, n/d, no laundry. Avail Aug 1.
Call 604-727-0034.
QUEEN MARY Area 2 bdrm base-
ment, ground level, $700, NS/NP,
call 604-589-7428
RENT FOR $550 1 Bedroom
ground level include utilities, water.
Its close to bus route, skytrain and
SFU. Call 604 581 3698.
SURREY 105/128, new house,
large 1 bdrm. N/S N/P. Incl. utils. &
cable. $650 mo. Now 604-616-6552
SURREY, 109/140. Spacious 2
bdrm. Very clean. $700 incl. utils.
Refs. N/S. N/P. 604-583-0175.
SURREY 117/River Rd. lrg 1 bdr g/l
own ent., prkg, Ns/Np, no ldry $550
incl utils, Aug. 1. 778-389-9120
RENTALS
750 SUITES, LOWER
SURREY, 119/98th. Lrg 1 bdrm
bsmt Avail now. $450/mo incl utils.
NP/NS. 604-599-8679 or 720-8595.
SURREY, 13980 68 Ave, 2 Bdrm,
$800 incl utils. Avail now. NS/NP.
Phone (604) 726-4250.
SURREY, 142/101 Ave. 2 bdrm
suite. Nr amenits. Avail Aug. 1.
Quiet neighbourhood. N/S. N/P.
Call bet. 12-8 p.m. 604-825-5105.
SURREY 142/114 gr.lvl 2 Bdr bsmt
ste in new house. Nr bus, NS/NP,
$750/mo incls utils. 604-715-0004
SURREY 142/62 Ave., 2 or 3 bdrm.
suite, N/S N/P, Nr all amens. Avail
now. 604-562-1909, 604-593-1917.
Surrey, 14459-76th Ave. Large
2 bdrm, 1 bath, 2 appls. Lots of
closets. $650 incl hydro. N/S N/P.
Surrey, 9323-140th Like new 2
bdrms, 1 bath grnd flr of duplex.
$900 incl utils. Move-in bonus.
Call Sheri M
604-535-8080
Croft Agencies Ltd.
view pictures at:
www.croftagencies.com
SURREY. 149/71. Brand new 1
bdrm bsmt suite, NS/NP, all utils
incl. $600. Immed. (604)351-6730
SURREY, 160/98B. 3 bdrm. suite.
Avail. Sept 1. N/P. 2 ref’s. $800/mo
+ $400 sec. deposit. 604-584-4359
SURREY. 168/88th 2/bdrm bsmt
suite. Avail now. N/S, N/P. $650mo.
+ util. & cable. 778-881-7635
SURREY 2 bdrm newer suite - near
84 & 144. $600 includes utilities,
cable & internet. Near laundromat &
amenities Call 604-805-3330
SURREY, 2 bdrm suite, nice and
clean. Avail. Aug. 1. $800 + 1/3
utils. Phone 1-250- 870-1006.
SURREY 2 bedroom suite available
now at 82nd Ave and 171 St. $900
per month - laundry, hydro, and
cable included. No pets. No smok-
ing. Call 604-841-0676.
SURREY. 60A/146. 2 lrg bdrms, lrg
kitch/liv rm, big yrd, $700+ utils. Nr
schools/bus/mall. Avl Aug.15. Ns/np
778-862-5128 or 604-596-5128
SURREY 61 & 146, lrg 2 & 3 bdrm
stes. Utils/lndry incl $700 & $950.
Avail immed. NS/NP. 604-507-7442
SURREY 6185 - 181A, QUIET 1
bdrm. Patio. Shower only. F/P $700
Cls to ament. Angie 604-765-9653
SURREY, 66/125A, 2 bdrm, nice &
clean, NS/NP, nr. amenities, Aug.
1. $700 incl.utils. (604)596-3003.
SURREY, 68/152nd. 2 bdrm bsmt
suite. Avail. now. $650 incl. utils.
NS/NP. Phone 778-565-4318.
SURREY, 80/King George. 2 bdrm.
Avail. Aug. 1
st
. NS/NP. $650 incl
hyd/cable. No lndry. 604-590-1837.
SURREY, 92/124th. 2 bdrm suite.
$700/mo. incl utils. N/P. N/S. No
lndry. Avail. Aug. 1. 604-572-0643.
SURREY, 9441-140 St. Lrg 3 bdrm
up: $1100. 2 bdrm dwn: $800. Nr
schl/trans/hosp. Whole hse: $1800/
mo. N/P. 96/Scott: Reno’d 2/bdrm:
$700. 604-585-9728/604.341-9728.
SURREY. 9914-126 St. 2 bdrm
suite. Avail Aug. 1. Cl to bus & park.
$750/mo. incl hydro. N/P, N/S.
More info. 604-582-7646
SURREY CTR: Small Bachelor
suite. $500/mo incl net, cable & util.
Avl now. 604-306-7439. after 6pm.
SURREY lrg 2 bdrm ste Woodridge
area near Fraser Hwy. Own w/d,
avail Aug. 1. NP/NS. 604-575-2390
SURREY LRGE 2BR grnd lvl suite
14145-110ave $750 incl utils//2car
prk, close to skytrain/bus/sfu. frm
Aug1, 778-317-8022
WILLOUGHBY. 2 bdrm 1250 sf ste.
new home $1000 utils/cble incl. N/S
sml pet ok. Aug 1. 604-626-6114.
GUILDFORD, 3 bdrm in newer
home, $850 incl utils. Nr all amens,
NS/NP. Avail. now. (604) 581-5541.
751 SUITES, UPPER
CEDAR HILLS. 3 bdrm top floor.
F/P, patio. Shrd ldry, $1100 util incl.
Avail. Aug 1. 604-581-8863
CEDAR HILLS. Large, clean, family
oriented 3 bdrm main floor. W/D.
Avail now. NS/NP. 604-582-6982.
CLAYTON Hts 6672 195St. avl now
COACHOUSE. Priv ent, prk, a/c, in-
ste w/d, sec alrm, h/w flrs, nr park,
ns/np $700(1person) 604-533-4123
CLAYTON HTS. Newer Lrg 7 Bdrm
& rec rm. (4000 s/f) 18366 68th
Ave. Avail now. $3200/mo. or 2
bdrm. suite $1100 mo. 604-786-
9693 or 604-574-0068 .
Green Timbers 9325-140th St.
Newly reno’d, N/S, cat OK.
Upper 3 bdrms, 1 bath.
$1200 incl utils. Move-in bonus

Call Sheri M
604-535-8080
Croft Agencies Ltd.
view pictures at:
www.croftagencies.com
GUILDFORD 156/101. 2 bdrm. Like
new. Priv prkg. Ns/np. Suit prof. cpl.
Aug 1. $750. incl util. 604-582-8726
GUILDFORD newly reno 3 bdrm, 5
appls, fam rm, 2 car garage, nr all
ament. avail Aug.1. 604-710-5752
N.DELTA 94/119, 3 bdrm, nr schl &
bus Avail Aug 1. Incl ldry, $900 +
60% util. NS/NP 604-761-4849 aft 6
SURREY 147/70. Reno’d 3 Bdrm
1.5 baths, nr school.Aug.1. np/ns.
$1350+ 2/3 util. Call 778-385-0042
Surrey-60th 3 bdrm. 1.5 bath, wood
burning F/P, shr’d lndry. Rent nego.
Avail. Now 604-657-0993 daytime
604-506-3825 after 5:00
SURREY, 8912 - 146A St., 3 bdrm,
2 bath, din/rm, liv/rm, office down.
Avail now. $1300 + 2/3 utils, incl
lndry. (604) 496-0201, 306-6138.
RENTALS
751 SUITES, UPPER
SURREY DELTA side, 3 bdrm.,
view of river, $1100 mo. upper lev-
el. Avail. immed. 604-803-1075
752 TOWNHOUSES
31/2 BR Large TH w/Appl and
Laundry and Balcony. 2 car Gar-
age. no smoking or pets. 1600$
avail. Aug15 call 604-788-0237
Clayton Hts. #28, 7348-192A.
New 2 bdrm, 2 bath. Backs onto
greenspace. N/S. N/P. $1350.
Call Sheri M
604-535-8080
Croft Agencies Ltd.
view pictures at:
www.croftagencies.com
LANGLEY
RIVERSIDE GARDENS
FAMILY COMPLEX
2 & 3 Bdrm T/Homes
Move-In Allowance!!
Fridge, stove, dishwasher
(in most), drapes. Outdoor pool.
Some pets welcome. Resident
Manager. Close to bus, shopping,
schools and parks.
#36 - 5210 - 203 Street, Langley
Call 604-532-2036
Langley/Surrey border, #39,
19478-65th. Brand new 2 bdrm,
2 bathrm. In Sunset Grove. N/S.
N/P. Avail now. $1400 incl gas.
Call Sheri M
604-535-8080
Croft Agencies Ltd.
view pictures at:
www.croftagencies.com
NEWTON 139/68 AVE. 3 Bdrm TH
$975. Aug 1. Quiet family complex,
w/d hkup. No Pets. 604-599-0931
SURREY, 139/108, newer 3 bdrm,
2 baths, 1300 sf, nr skytrain & shcl,
$1400/mth. Aug.1st. 778-588-3555.
SURREY CTR: #1204 15399 104
Ave. New 1 bdrm & den in
d Corize. N/S, N/P. $1150.
LANGLEY: #206 5454 198 St. 2
Bdrm, 1 bath, end unit, lrg deck.
N/S. $1300.
Call Sheri M
604-535-8080
Croft Agencies Ltd.
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MOVE IN NOW!!
Don’t pay until Aug.1st
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Family Complex
conveniently located close to
schools, bus, skytrain &
shopping.
5 appliances, gas fireplace,
backyard.
Call 604-830-2501
Website: www.aptrentals.net
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Large 3 bdrm & den town-
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Located at Scott Road & 82nd
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Come visit our park-like
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Call NOW 604-591-1600
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818 CARS - DOMESTIC
1966 Classic Chevelle SS 396 450
hp, turbo 350 trans w/shft kit Z-gate
shifter, 12 bolt posi. Needs some
work $15,000 obo. 604-795-4333
1988 FORD TAURUS Wagon, 3.8,
good condition, passed AirCare,
$950 Firm. Call 604-535-9410.
1990 OLDS REGENCY, 4 door, au-
to, exc. cond. 186,000 kms, fully
loaded. $3400 obo. (604)576-1671
1995 OLDS CUTLASS SL 4/door,
loaded, spotless cond! Private.
$2900. 604-518-9435
1999 CHRYSLER Cirrus LX1, auto,
leather seats, fully loaded, 2.5L V6,
$2849 obo. Pls call 778-571-4211
2000 BUICK Century Ltd. Leather,
loaded, 116K, Pristine cond! Estate
Sale. $4900/obo. 604-940-9427.
2000 BUICK LeSABRE. Very clean.
Full load incl. lthr. $3800. obo. Must
sell. 604-530-1825; 604-813-0944
2000 OLDS ALERO 4/dr, loaded
BCAA Certified. Impeccable! 137K.
Private. $4900. 778-565-3474.
2001 Oldsmobile Arroara V6 heated
p/seats, p/w, leather, 130K $5750.
604-816-2572, 604-5814572
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821 CARS - SPORTS & IMPORTS
1988 Toyota Corolla 4dr auto air-
care 280,00K, good condition. $750
obo. 778-235-1301
1991 TOYOTA MR2. 5/spd, clean,
loaded, AirCrd, new tires. No rust.
Low K’s. $5350.obo. 604-594-7932.
1994 HONDA ACCORD EXR 4 cyl,
auto, fully loaded, sunroof, air.c’d.
$2500. 778-554-4997, 501-4875
1996 BMW 328 IS, 188,000K, au-
to., exc, fully loaded. Black on
black. Rebuilt $3900. 778-893-4866
1998 Honda Accord 2 dr auto only
67,000K, no accidents, mint cond.
$9890. 604-542-1837, 782-1641
2001 Honda Civic 149,865 kms. Es-
tate Sale. Summer & winter tires.
$6400/obo: 604-531-9691
845 SCRAP CAR REMOVAL
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821 CARS - SPORTS & IMPORTS
2004 TOYOTA ECHO, 4 dr. sedan,
5 spd. red, 90,000km. Runs & looks
great. $5000 firm. 604-538-9257
2005 TOYOTA COROLLA, 4 dr, pw
pl, ac, cd, new tires, very good
cond. $7600. 604-607-4906
2009 HONDA CIVIC DGX. CD
player, keyless entry, white, 5 spd.
Still under warranty. Open to rea-
sonable offers. 604-828-3877.
828 COMMERCIAL VEHICLES
1999 FORD E 450 Mini bus 21 Pas-
sengers, Diesel, V8, Rear luggage
area, 205,000 Miles, Wheel chair
accessible, A/C, Mechanically In-
spected, good condition, $10,500.
604-968-4648
830 MOTORCYCLES
2000 HONDA CBR 600, red/black,
25,000K, exc. bike for new riders,
$5000obo.604-880-3650/ 572-9899
838 RECREATIONAL/SALE
2000 NOMAD 24 ft travel trailer,
slps 6, used only 12 times, table
seating for 6, lrg fridge, stove, ov-
en, bathroom, tap & toilet, shower
sink $12,500. Joe 604-583-7729
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Cars, Trucks & Machinery
Rick Goodchild
604-551-9022 7 days/wk.
847 SPORT UTILITY VEHICLES
1998 FORD EXPLORER LTD.- V-8
all options, leather, new tires, great
shape, no accidents, local, drives
like new! $4927 / 604.802.3673
851 TRUCKS & VANS
1991 Ford F150 XLT, 302 eng, 8ft
box, p/w, well maintained, $1500
obo. 604-581-4572, 604-816-2572
1995 Ford F250 propane powered,
V8 auto, standard cab, very good
shape $2500. 604-328-7981
2005 Chev Colorado Sport 13,000K
loaded never rain driven showroom
cond $16,000 604-538-5712
2005 DODGE GRAND CARAVAN
SE: 103,500 km Drk Blue, loaded,
new tires. $7995. 778-773-1116
2006 DODGE Grand Caravan, 60K,
1 year warr left, really good cond,
$11,500. (604)589-5166, 724-7912
2008 FORD F350 crew cab, L/Box
4x4 diesel, 40K, 6 spd, inspected
by Ford $28,500obo. 604-836-5931
MARINE
912 BOATS
WANTED TO BUY 2 small o/b mo-
tors from 2HP to 1HP. Motor
doesn’t need to run 604-319-5720
Public Notice
Notice is hereby given:
To recover our charges, under
the provisions of the Warehouse
Lien Act, total contents of the fol-
lowing storage unit(s) will be sold
on or after:
August 4th 2010
The person(s) who appear in the
following list, are liable to us for
outstanding charges.
Rick Bowles
Contents of unit = 11C-2
Shawn DeChamaillard
Contents of units = 27E
Richard Donnelly
Content of unit = 2-7G
Kyle Edward Jensen
Contents of unit = M-4
Crystal L. Manfron
Contents of unit = 2-38G
Angela Onyejikwe
Contents of unit = 7D
James P. O’Rourke
Contents of unit = M-10
All goods will be sold at Bridge-
view Self Storage, #103, 11125 -
124th Street, Surrey, B.C., or by
auction.
REPAIRMANS LIEN
Whereas
Joseph Dodich
is indebted to Kar-Tech
Automotive Diagnostics &
Repairs BC Ltd.
for storage & towing on a
2000 Chevrolet Blazer with
VIN: 1GNDT13W0Y2254460
A lien is claimed under the Act.
There is presently an amount due
and owing of $3,151.20 plus any
additional costs of storage,
seizure and sale. Notice is
hereby given that on the 18th day
of August, 2010 or thereafter, the
said vehicle will be sold. The
Vehicle is currently stored at Elite
Bailiff Services, 20473 Logan
Avenue, Langley, BC V3A 4L8.
The Vehicle was placed in
storage on February 3rd. 2010.
For more info. call Elite Bailiff
Services at 604-539-9900
www.repobc.com
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/sq ft
1 Strip Lyptus Cabernet
$
3
11
/sq ft
1 Strip Ash Natural
$
3
95
/sq ft
ABOD Flooring Special
3/4” FINE HARDWOOD
(Solid Pre-Finished)
Regular Store Hours:
Mon. - Wed. 7:30am-4:30pm
Thurs. - Fri. 7:30am-5:30pm
DELIVERY AVAILABLE

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